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THE DESCENDANTS OF JOB & FRANCES (STOUT) THROCKMORTON & THEIR LATE 18-th CENTURY MIGRATION TO VIRGINIA & OHIO

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PART III

  1. JOB THROCKMORTON was born ca. 1740 in Freehold, N.J., baptized Christ Church, Shrewsbury, 9 Feb. 1746, married MARY RUSSELL 10 Nov. 1769,155 accidentally drowned 19 Nov. 1800 in Monmouth Co., N.J. Mary was born ca. 1750, died 23 May 1840 (Figure 26 and Figure 27).

The abstract of Job’s pension file states: "Job Throckmorton, N.J. line, Mary, W6256, soldier married Mary [-?-] 15 Oct. 1769 and soldier died 19 Nov. 1800, widow applied 29 July 1837 in Monmouth Co., N.J., aged 85, soldier and widow raised 11 children of which the oldest was born in 1770."156

In the "Wilkinson Letters," Simeon Brown stated that "Job, a brother of William, adhered to the Quakers even in Virginia." (See 4. above for brother William.) CWT also believed that Job removed to ???? Co., Va.157

The children of Job & Mary Throckmorton apparently remained in N.J.

  1. REBECCA THROCKMORTON was born ca. 1742/3 in Freehold, N.J., baptized 9 Feb. 1746 at Christ Church, Shrewsbury, married CHARLES DUMAS (DEMOSS) ca. 1765, died after 1792 (Figure 28). Note that Charles & Rebecca Demoss’ son Lewis Demoss158 married his cousin Jane Throckmorton (see 4.vii. above).
  1. LEWIS THROCKMORTON [LBS, 7, 12-16; CWT, 225-6] was born 9 Feb. 1745/6 in Freehold, Monmouth Co., N.J. baptized 9 Feb. 1746 in Christ Church, Shrewsbury,159 married RACHEL DEMOSS 1766-1770 near Deer Creek, Garrett Co., Md., died ca. 1799 in Hampshire Co., Va. According to LBS (pp. 7 & 9-10), Rachel was a daughter of William & Rachel (Winchell) Demoss of Deer Creek. She was born ca. 1747 in Freehold, Monmouth Co., N.J., died ca. 1798 in Hampshire Co., Va.160

Lewis was a farmer. He was mentioned in Sarah (Throckmorton) Nichols’ 1755 will.

Lewis Throckmorton of Hampshire Co., Va. was listed as a Revolutionary War non-military patriot by Anne Waller Reddy in The Heritage Encyclopedia, Vol 21 (edited and published by Jim Comstock, Richwood, W. Va.

On 22 Jan. 1777 Lewis Throckmorton witnessed a deed in which his wife’s parents, William & Rachel Demoss, leased and released to Jonah Leaman of Berkeley Co., Va., 120 acres of Great Cacapon. The deed was recorded 12 May 1778.161

In the 1782 tax list for Hampshire Co., Va., Lewis Throgmorton was head of a household of 10 whites and 0 blacks.162 In 1784 he was head of a household of 10 whites, 1 dwelling and 1 other building.163

In the 1787 tax list Luis Throckmorton was charged with a tax for himself, 1 white male 16-26 [son Job or Jonathan?], 0 blacks, 2 horses, mares, colts & mules and 5 cattle.164

On 18 Oct. 1794 Lewis Throckmorton witnessed a deed from George & Sarah Tarvin to John Easton for 417 acres approximately one mile from the Potomac River.165

Lewis & Rachel owned large tracts of land on the south branch of the Potomac River and on the Cacapon River. Evidently in preparation for their planned removal to Ohio they made the following sales:

• 14 Sep. 1795: 37 acres in Hampshire Co. to Thomas Flora of Hampshire Co. Witnesses: Jacob Flora [see iii. below], Jacob Chrisman & Mary Chrisman,

• 16 Sep. 1797: 37 acres on the Potomac River to Robert Rogers of Hampshire Co. Witness: Andrew Woodrow,

• 18 Sep. 1797: 361 acres near the Potomac River to Charles Bevin of Hampshire Co. Witness: Andrew Woodrow, but Lewis’ death prevented their move west.

The children of Lewis & Rachel Throckmorton were:

  1. JOB THROCKMORTON, born Monmouth Co., N.J. 176_(?), married SARAH [-?-], died between 29 May 1780 and 21 Dec. 1780, leaving two unmarried daughters and no wife.166

In his 29 May 1780 will Job bequeathed all of his personal estate to his two daughters – two-thirds to Sarah and the balance to Mary. He appointed as his executors Morgan Morgan, Esq., of Berkeley Co., Va., David Pye of N.Y. and Philip Grandon of N.J.167 The estate was appraised 21 Dec. 1780 at 1,880/2/0. At a public sale, 2,805/6/0 was realized.168

The two children of Job Throckmorton were probably born in Va.:

  1. SARAH THROCKMORTON, died after 1780.
  2. MARY THROCKMORTON, died after 1780.
  1. JONATHAN (JOHN) THROCKMORTON, born Hampshire Co., Va.
  2. LEWIS THROCKMORTON Jr., born 1769/70 Hampshire Co., Va.,170 married Mrs. DRUSILLA (HARTLEY) FLORA 1794 in Pike Co., Ohio, died 1857-1860, possibly buried in Grahamville Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio. Drusilla was born in Maryland 16 Mar. 1774, died 28 Mar. 1870 in Sunfish Twp., Pike Co., Ohio, probably buried in Bethel Cemetery, Pike Co., Ohio. Her parents were Thomas & Rebecca (Bigustoff) Hartley.171

Lewis sold his land in Hampshire Co., Va. in 1796. He and his brother Daniel (see viii. below) then joined a party to trek through Pennsylvania to Ohio.

Lewis enlisted in the Infantry at Portsmouth, Jackson Co.(?), Ohio. He served from 20 Sep. 1813 until discharged 20 Mar. 1815. He was a corporal in Capt. John T. Chunn’s Company, 17th U.S. Infantry. From Portsmouth he was marched to Chillicothe, where he guarded British prisoners. In the spring of 1814 he went to Lower Sandusky. From there he sailed to Put-in-Bay Island and on to Erie, Penn.; thence into northern New York State and Canada. He served as a wheelwright. In 1850 he applied for a pension, giving his age as 83 years. That dates his birth to 1767. Probably he had exaggerated his age in order to get the pension. In his pension claim he stated that the cold and exposure of the campaign caused severe back trouble and other ills. On 2 Apr. 1851 he was granted at the Jackson Co. Court House 160 acres of land. Whether he used or sold this land is not known. His pension file number is IF-18422.172

In the 1840 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 26) a Lewis Throckmorton was head of the following household:

LBS states that "Lewis had a very roving disposition, as shown by the census records and the widely scattered births of his children."173 He was a wheelwright and a blacksmith.174

At the time of the 1860 census Drusilla was living with her son Thomas (see k. below).

The twelve children of Lewis & Drusilla Throckmorton were:175

  1. SARAH THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1795 in Hampshire Co., Va., married SAMUEL THOMAS FOSTER 1815, died 1865. Samuel was born 1795 in Penn. He was a farmer.

Samuel & Sarah first lived in Kentucky. In the 1830 census index for Kentucky there are two Samuel Fosters listed – one in Salem, Livingston Co. (p. 016) and one in the Eastern division of Harrison Co. (p. 178). After 1830 they settled in Franklin Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio. [See 1850 census for Franklin Twp., Jackson, Ohio (p. 302) for Samue Foster, head of household].

The children of Samuel & Sarah Foster were:

  1. THOMAS FOSTER, born 1816 in Ky., married MARY [-?-]. She was born in Ohio in 1818. In the 1860 census for Franklin Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 602) Thomas Foster was head of the following household:

They had five children. Also living with them was a Joseph Throckmorton, born ca. 1835 in Kentucky.

  1. SAMUEL FOSTER, born 1818 in Ky., married ELIZABETH [-?-]. She was born in Ohio in 1826.
  2. SARAH FOSTER, born 1826 in Ky. In 1850 she was unmarried and living at home with her parents.
  3. JACOB FOSTER, born 1834 in Ohio.
  4. JOSEPH FOSTER, born 1840 in Ohio.
  5. JANE FOSTER, born 1840 in Ohio.
  6. CAROLINE FOSTER, born 1841 in Ohio.
  1. SUSANNA THROCKMORTON, born 1797/8 in Hampshire Co., Va., married ELIJAH DETTY 19 June 1831 in Jackson Co., Ohio (by Charles Rose, JP),176 died after 1880, probably buried in Bethel Cemetery, Pike Co., Ohio. Elijah was born ca. 1793. At the time of the 1850 census for Franklin Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 707) Elijah & Susanna Detty were living next door to Susanna’s brother Lewis Throckmorton (see f. below).

The children of Elijah & Susanna Detty were:177

  1. ELIZABETH DETTY, born 13 Mar. 1830 in Jackson Co., married JOHN L. CRABTREE in 1875, died 5 Oct. 1878, buried in Bethel Cemetery, Pike Co., Ohio. John was born in 1822 in Jackson Co., died in 1900 in Pike Co., Ohio.
  2. SIENDA DETTY, born ca. 1834.
  3. NANCY DETTY, born ca. 1836.
  4. SALLY DETTY, born ca. 1837.
  5. PRUDENCE DETTY, born ca. 1838.
  6. HANNAH DETTY, born ca. 1840.
  7. HETTY DETTY, born 1841.
  8. DAVID DETTY, born ca. 1843. He moved to Pike Co., Ohio.
  1. ELSIE (AILSIE/ALSAY) THROCKMORTON, born 11 June 1800 (1803?) in Va., married JAMES W. CRABTREE 23 Nov. 1819 in Jackson Co., (Figure 29), died 11 Jan. 1887 in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co., Ohio. James was born in 1794 in MD, died 28 Jan. 1872 in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co., OH. He was the son of William & Sarah (Graham) Crabtree. James was a farmer.

At the time of the 1850 census for Jackson Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 725) James & Elsie Crabtree were living next door to Elsie’s brother Thomas Throckmorton (see k. below).  Later Elsie lived with her eldest son Abel in Nebraska for 3 years and then returned to Ohio to live with a daughter.

The eighteen known children of James & Elsie Crabtree were born and reared in Jackson Co. three miles from Cove in Scioto Twp. About 1855 they all moved to Scioto Co. with the exception of Lewis, who moved to Pike Co.:178

  1. ABEL CRABTREE, born 6 May 1820 (1821?), married ELIZABETH CLEMMONS 9 July 1848 in Jackson Co., died 9 Sept. 1900, buried in Young Cemetery (no stone). Both Abel & Elizabeth died in Rock Bluffs, Cass Co., Neb.
  2. LEWIS CRABTREE, born 1824, married his cousin BELINDA THROCKMORTON 23 Aug. 1852 in Jackson Co., died 30 Mar. 1895 at his home near Bethel, Pike Co., Ohio. Belinda was the daughter of Lewis & Catharine (Jacobs) Throckmorton (see f. below). Both Lewis & Belinda are buried in the Bethel Cemetery. James Ephraim Swiger, husband of author LBS, was a descendant of Lewis & Belinda Crabtree.
  3. SARAH CRABTREE, born 1824, married EVAN/EBEN CRABTREE 1 Mar. 1847 in Jackson Co. by Andrew Cassidy, JP.178a  Eben & Sarah moved to Scioto Co., where they died and were probably buried in the Crabtree cemetery. Eben & Sarah Crabtree were the parents of four daughters one of whom, ELSIE ALICE CRABTREE, was born in 1856 and married ROBERT LUTE. Richard Danes (<rdanes@globalbiz.net>)is a descendant. In 1988 he was living at 2612 Burns, Dearborn, MI 48124.
  4. JAMES L. CRABTREE, born 1825 in Scioto Co, married EMILY JENKINS 1 Jan. 1850 in Scioto Co. James & Emily moved to Nebraska in 1859, to Kansas in 1878, and back to Nebraska where they died.
  5. WILLIAM J. CRABTREE, born 18 Apr. 1826, married SARAH McCAIN 25 Dec. 1849 in Jackson Co., died 13 Dec. 1914 in Pike Co., Ohio. Sarah was born 2 July 1829 in Scioto Co., died 6 Mar. 1903 in Pike Co. William was a blind preacher. In their old age William & Sarah lived in Morgantown, Pike Co. Both William & Sarah were buried in Bethel Cemetery.
  6. MARY CRABTREE, born 1828 (1829?), married JORDAN WISHOM 17 Feb. 1855 in Jackson Co., died 1914.
  7. DRUSILLA CRABTREE, born 1830, married B. M. BUTLER 7 Mar. 1849 in Jackson Co.
  8. STEPHEN CRABTREE, born 1832, married LYDIA JANE ROBERTS 24 Mar. 1859 in Scioto Co., died 1862/3. Stephen & Lydia lived in Scioto Co. near Crabtree Corners.
  9. PETER CRABTREE, born 20 May 1834 in Scioto Co, married SARAH CATHARINE WILLIAMS 28 (21?) June 1861, died 20 Dec. 1914, buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Douglas, Otoe Co., Neb. Sarah was born 3 Mar. 1845, a daughter of William Henry & Elizabeth (Aultmann) Williams. Peter & Sarah removed to Nebraska about 1879.
  10. ELSIE (ALCY) CRABTREE, born 1835, married her cousin KENDALL CRABTREE 17 Jan. 1855 (1859?) in Jackson Co., died 9 July 1911. Kendall was born in 1830, died 1897. He served in Company C, 173rd OVI in the Civil War. They resided west of the McCullough road. After Kendall’s death Elsie lived alone near her parents at the foot of the cemetery road. Kendall & Elsie had no children. They were both buried in the Crabtree cemetery. When her will was probated in 1912 Elsie’s keepsakes and personal articles were willed to her brothers Laban, William J. and Jason.
  11. JASON CRABTREE, born 25 Aug. 1836, married HANNAH W. COCKRAN 27 Dec. 1861. Hannah was born in 1842 and died 23 Jan. 1912. They lived on the Crabtree cemetery road. Jason farmed and cut timber.
  12. LABAN CRABTREE, born 1838/9 (Sept. 1837 in Jackson Co.?), married (1) SARAH ANN WALLS 9 Aug. 1862 (1872?), married (2) Mrs. MARY ANN (LOCKE) CRISWELL 1886, died 1915. Sarah was born 5 Dec. 1846, died 2 July 1883. Laban lived near Bethel. He was a farmer. Laban & Sarah were buried in Bethel Cemetery.
  13. CALEB CRABTREE, born 27 Oct. 1840 (1839?), married MARILDA (RILDA) CALVERT 22 Dec. 1866 in Scioto Co., died 21 June 1906 in Rice, Benton Co., Minn. Caleb was a three-year veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted in 1862. Caleb and his family removed to Rice, Minn. in 1870.
  14. THOMAS CRABTREE, born 5 July (April?)1840 in Bear Creek, Scioto Co., OH, married ELIZABETH MATILDA SPRIGGS in Scioto Co. 8 June 1873 (25 Mar. 1873 in Portsmouth, Scioto Co.), died 9 Mar. 1923 in Roca, Lancaster Co., Neb. Elizabeth was a daughter of Samuel & Emma (Topps/Toppings) Spriggs. (See 10.iv.a.II. in Part IV.) At the time of the 1860 census this Spriggs family was living in Madison Twp., Scioto Co., OH.  Thomas served in the 173rd Regiment, Co. G, Ohio Infantry, in the Civil War.  He and his family removed to Nebraska in 1879.178b
  15. THIRZENA/THURSENA/THURZENA CRABTREE, born 1842 (1843?), married SAMUEL SMITH COX 11 (4?) Oct. 1858 in Scioto Co., died 1884. Samuel died 26 Sep. 1940. They lived on Lucasville Route 1 near Otway, Ohio. They were buried in the Crabtree Cemetery, Scioto Co.
  16. ORPHA/ORPHE ANN CRABTREE, born 3 Apr. 1844, married OLIVER NEWTON HILT 21 Apr. 1866 in Scioto Co., died 28 July 1892. Oliver was born 27 Nov. 1840, died 9 Sep. 1914 in Scioto Co. He was probably a son of Frederick Hilt who was born 25 Dec. 1819 in Prussia and was living in New Jersey by 1857. Oliver and Orpha had ten children.  Oliver married (2) Phoebe Lute 19 Aug. 1896.  Oliver & Orpha were buried in the Martin Cemetery.
  17. ESTER ANN CRABTREE, born 1845/6, married JOHN MARTIN CULP 6 July 1866. They resided on what is now the Fire Tower Road above the Crabtree Cemetery. They were buried in Rockwell Cemetery.
  18. JEROME CRABTREE born 1851, married MARGARET A. WILLIAMS, died 24 Feb. 1914 in Denver, CO.
  1. DANIEL THROCKMORTON, born 10 Aug. 1800/01 in Licking Co., Ohio, married MARGARET SNOOK 1828/29, died 27 Aug. 1893 in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co. Margaret was born ca. 1799 in Penn., died before 1870.

In the 1840 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 26A), a Daniel Throckmorton was head of the following household:

Daniel & Margaret lived on McCullough Creek in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co. In 1870 Daniel was a retired blacksmith living with his son Daniel Foster.

The children of Daniel & Margaret Throckmorton were:179

  1. JAMES THROCKMORTON, born 1831.
  2. AMOS RICHARDSON THROCKMORTON, born 1832, married ELIZABETH LUTE 10 Mar. 1850.  Amos & Elizabeth had a daughter SUSANNA THROCKMORTON who married OLONZO JOHN BRANNAN 1 May 1873.  Olonzo was born 12 July 1851, died 26 Aug. 1927.179a  Olonzo & Susanna had a daughter KEZIA ELIZABETH BRANNAN born 5 Aug, 1894,married JOSEPHUS MARSHALL 6 Nov. 1916 (see VI below).  Other children of Amos & Elizabeth were ELIZA JANE THROCKMORTON, PHILLIP THROCKMORTON, NARCISSUS M. THROCKMORTON, MARTHA ANN THROCKMORTON, MARGARET THROCKMORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH THROCKMORTON, BARBARA ALICE THROCKMORTON and PHOBE ELLEN THROCKMORTON.  Both Martha Ann and Margaret Throckmorton married Edward James Throckmorton (see l.I. below).179b
  3. DANIEL FOSTER THROCKMORTON, born 1834, married PHOEBE ELLEN CARPENTER 4 Mar. 1858, died after 1914. Phoebe was born 6 Jan. 1840 in Athens, Ohio, died 28 June 1891 in Clifford, Ohio. Daniel was a blacksmith. Daniel & Phoebe lived at Crabtree P. O. Daniel & Phoebe Throckmorton's child ALBERT SHANNON THROCKMORTON, born 14 Feb. 1867, married FRANCES E. CRABTREE on 17 Oct. 1891, died 14 Nov. 1931.  Frances was born 27 Feb. 1873, died 2 Mar. 1928.  They are buried in Rockwell Cemetery.179c
  4. SUSANNA THROCKMORTON, born 1836, married VINTON CRABTREE 1 Apr. 1856 in Scioto Co., died 1868 in Jackson Co. Vinton was born 15 Sep. 1838 in Jackson Co., died July 1916 in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co. Carol Christine (Crabtree) Boomer and Mrs. Barbara Ellen (Matthews) Grover, 7717 E. 104th Ave., Vancouver, WA 98662 are descendants.180  The children of Vinton & Susannah were:180a
  1. MARGARET CRABTREE born 1856, married NATHAN ALTMAN 9 Nov. 1872.
  2. ELISHA CRABTREE born 1859, married MARY McCORKLE 3 July 1882, killed by a train Apr. 1912.
  3. DANIEL FOSTER CRABTREE born 22 Nov. 1860 in Jackson Co., married ROSABELLA WILLIAMS 11 Dec. 1892 in Scioto Co.  Jane Faye (Thorne) Anderson (janefaye@olynet.com) is a descendant.
  4. LISA JANE CRABTREE
  5. NANCY MARIE CRABTREE
  6. WILLIAM VINTON CRABTREE born 1865 in Jackson Co., married SARAH ABIGAIL McINTYRE 17 Oct. 1886 in Scioto Co.
  1. MARY THROCKMORTON, born 1838, married SOLOMON ALTMAN 29 Jan. 1856, died 1859/60.
  2. NARCISSUS (NARCISSA) THROCKMORTON, born 1840, married (1) JOSHUA MARSHALL, married (2) SOLOMON ALTMAN 15 Nov. 1860. Joshua was born 1822/23 in Ohio, died of consumption July 1859 in Scioto, Ohio. He was a farmer.  Solomon was the widower of Narcissus’ sister Mary (see above).

In 1850 Joshua was living in Clay Twp., Scioto Co., OH, with his wife Narcissa and children Lucinda and Josephus.  The children of Joshua and Narcissus were:

  1. LUCINDA MARSHALL born 1847 in Ohio, married ZACK MILES.
  2. JOSEPHUS MARSHALL born 31 July 1848 near Stockdale, OH, married (1) PARMELIA ANN McCOY 2 Apr. 1874, married (2) KEZIA ELIZABETH BRANNAN 6 Nov. 1916, died 9 Mar. 1927 in Lumberport, Harrison Co., OH.  Kezia was born 8 Aug. 1894, a daughter of Olonzo John & Susanna (Throckmorton) Brannan (see II above). Data from Patricia Sexton, a granddaughter of Josephus (<PJSTON@aol.com>).
  3. SARAH ANN MARSHALL born 1851 in Ohio, married JONAS ROCKWELL.    
  1. MARGARET THROCKMORTON, born 1842, married WILLIAM OPPY.
  1. ELIZABETH THROCKMORTON, born 9 Jan. 1804 in New York, married HENRY LOOP, died 14 June/Sep. 1900 in Newton Twp., Pike Co. Elizabeth lived near Bethel and owned some land there. She had no children.
  1. LEWIS THROCKMORTON, born 19 Dec. 1806 in Jackson Co., Ohio, married CATHARINE JACOBS 23 June 1831 in Jackson Co. (by Charles Rose JP),181 died 7 Nov. 1883 in Bethel, Ohio. Catharine was born 12 July 1810 in Jackson Co., died 27 July 1884 in Pike Co. Her parents were John & Susanna (Traxler) Jacobs.

On 11 Dec. 1835 Lewis & Catherine Throckmorton sold 31 acres in the SW of S19/T6/R19 (Scioto Twp., Jackson Co.) to Lewis Crabtree for $60. Witnesses were J. B. Gelleland & Thomas Crabtree.182 Lewis Crabtree may have been the father of the James L. Crabtree who married Drusilla Throckmorton (see i. below).

In the 1840 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 26), Lewis Throckmorton was head of the following household:

In the 1850 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 707). Lewis Throckmorton was head of the following household (all born in Ohio):

In 1860 Lewis & his family lived in Pike Co. The eleven children of Lewis & Catharine Throckmorton were:183

  1. BELINDA THROCKMORTON, born 2 May 1832, married LEWIS CRABTREE 21/23 Aug. 1852 in Jackson Co.,184 died 29 Jan. 1894 in Pike Co. Lewis was a son of James W. & Elsie (Throckmorton) Crabtree (see c. above). Both James 7 Belinda were buried at Bethel, Ohio.
  2. BENJAMIN THROCKMORTON, born 11 Mar. 1834 in Jackson Co., married (1) ELIZABETH SKIDMORE 24 Jan. 1862, married (2) MARY LOUISE TEETERS 23 Mar. 1864, died 28 Mar. 1884. Elizabeth died 1862. Mary died after 1908. Benjamin was a farmer.
  3. LUCINDA THROCKMORTON, born 7 Apr. 1836, married LEWIS DIXON 4 Sep. 1855, died 31 Jan. 1877. Lewis was born 1831 in Jackson Co., died 1881. Both Lewis & Lucinda were buried in Bethel Cemetery.
  4. SARAH THROCKMORTON, born 6 Mar. 1838, married JAMES EFFORT SMITH 13 Oct. 1860, died 1920. James was born 6 July 1847, died 25 Apr. 1904. He was a farmer in Pike Co. Both James & Sarah were buried in Bethel Cemetery.
  5. JOHN THROCKMORTON, born 1 June 1840, died 27 Oct. 1849.
  6. WILLIAM ELMER THROCKMORTON, born 4 Apr. 1842 in Pike Co., married SARAH ALICE LAWSON 3 Sep. 1867 in Pike Co., died 14 Dec. 1895 in Bradford, Ark. Sarah was born in Pike Co., died in Little Rock, Ark. At the time of the 1880 census for Pike Co., Ohio, William owned 30 acres in Newton Twp. In 1892 William & his family removed to Bradford, Ark.
  7. STEPHEN THROCKMORTON, born 5 Mar. 1844 in Jackson Co., married (1) MARGARET SLAGLE 17 Dec. 1871, married (2) ANNA McCAULEY 1906, died 21 Mar. 1926 in Ross Co., Ohio. Margaret was born 1852, died 1899. Stephen ran a store at Massieville in Ross Co. for many years before moving to Chillicothe. He was also a carpenter/cabinet maker.  Stephen made the casket for his first wife who was scalded to death by a tub of lye while making soap. Randy Summer of Austin, Texas (randysummer@austin.rr.com) is a descendant of Stephen & Margaret Throckmorton’s son STEPHEN ELMER THROCKMORTON.
  8. NANCY THROCKMORTON, born 1 Apr. 1846, married DAVID WILLIAMS, died 22 Apr. 1876. David was born 16 Nov. 1842. They were buried in Bethel Cemetery.
  9. EMILY THROCKMORTON, born 19 Mar. 1848, married JAMES CLAYPOLE HOLOBAUGH 21 Aug. 1867, died 4 Jan. 1880 at her parents’ home near Smith Hill. James was born 15 Mar. 1843 in Armstrong Co., Penn., son of Samuel D. & Sarah Jane (Rice) Holobaugh. James was a farmer, merchant and member of the Christian Church. He served three years in the Civil War in Company H, 91st OVI. He was an Orderly Sergeant at the Provost Marshal’s office. He lived in Jasper, Ohio.
  10. ELIZABETH THROCKMORTON, born 23 Dec. 1850, died 23 Jan. 1869.
  11. CATHERINE THROCKMORTON, born 14 Feb. 1853, married WILLIAM MOSSBARGER 3 Aug. 1872, died 20 Jan. 1897. William was born 1853, died 26 Oct. 1921. They resided near Bethel.
  1. ANN THROCKMORTON, born 1808 in Penn., married JOHN W. CRABTREE 1825, died 5 Oct. 1866 in Scioto Co., Ohio. John was born 1801 in Penn., died 21 Sep. 1866. At the time of the 1850 census, they were living in Bloom Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 176). They then removed to Morgan Twp., Scioto Co. They were buried in the Martin Cemetery in Morgan Twp.

The children of John & Ann Crabtree were:185

  1. SETH J. CRABTREE, born 1826 in Jackson Co., married MARY D. McINTIRE 27 Mar. 1851, died 30 Jan. 1865 of typhoid fever and was buried in the National Cemetery at Beaufort, S.C.
  2. WILLIAM LEWIS CRABTREE, born 1828 in Bloom Twp., Jackson Co., married RUTH BURTON. William served in the Civil War.
  3. JOB CRABTREE, born 1831, married SARAH BLANKENSHIP. They lived in the Otway-McDermott area.
  4. ISAAC CRABTREE, born 1833, married ALICEY ELVIRA CRABTREE 3 Oct. 1884. Elvira was born 1860, daughter of Stephen & Lydia Crabtree. They lived near McCullough Road.
  5. DRUSILLA CRABTREE, born 1835, married GEORGE LUTE 12 Apr. 1855. George was born ca. 1834/5. They resided in the McDermott area.
  6. JOHN CRABTREE, born 1838, died at Chickamauga during the Civil War.
  7. NANCY CRABTREE, born 1840, married SILAS WICKHAM 20 Aug. 1865. Silas was born 1837, died 2 Oct. 1900. He served in the Civil War. Silas & Nancy resided near McDermott.
  8. DANIEL CRABTREE, born 1842, died of measles in the Civil War in Louisiana.
  9. ELIZABETH CRABTREE, born 1846, married JOHN A. McCLEARY 18 Aug. 1870.
  10. PHILLIP CRABTREE, born 1848, married (1) JANE COLLEY 18 Aug. 1870, married (2) CLARISSA EATON 7 Oct. 1882 in Scioto Co., died 23 June 1911 in Waverly. Jane died before 1882. Phillip was buried in the Cooper Cemetery on McCullough Road.
  11. SILAS CRABTREE, born ca. 1851, married PHOEBE CRABTREE 19 June 1875. Phoebe was born 12 Feb. 1854, daughter of Eben & Sarah Crabtree.
  12. JOSEPH CRABTREE, born ca. 1852/3, married and fathered several children.
  1. RACHEL THROCKMORTON, born 1810 in Ohio, married SETH W. CRABTREE 1831 in Jackson Co.,186 died 28 Sep. 1872 in Scioto Co., Ohio, buried in Martin-Rockdale Cemetery.185a Seth was born 1803 in Ohio, died between 1850 and 1860. He was a farmer in Hamilton Twp., Jackson Co. In the 1850 census for Hamilton Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 344) Seth was head of a household. Around 1855, the family moved to Morgan Twp., Scioto Co.

Seth first paid taxes in Union Twp., Scioto Co. in 1856. Seth & Rachel were buried in the Martin-Rockwell Cemetery.

The children of Seth & Rachel Crabtree were.187

  1. JAMES CRABTREE, born 1833, married Mrs. MARGARET RACHEL (WHITAKER) FINK 11 Sep. 1865 in Scioto Co., died in 1897 in Versaille, Ind. He served in the Civil War.
  2. EDITH CRABTREE, born 1835.
  3. LEWIS CRABTREE, born 1839, married RHODA HILES 5 July 1872.
  4. ANN CRABTREE, born 1841, married JOSEPH WILLIAMS 24 Mar. 1875.
  5. DISBURY CRABTREE, born 1844, believed to have died in the Civil War.
  6. JOSEPH CRABTREE, born 1845, married MARTHA J. McCALL 27 Dec. 1871. Martha was born 1855. Joseph was living with his mother in Morgan Twp., Scioto Co. at the time of the 1860 census. He was buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery in Portsmouth, Ohio.
  7. SARAH (Sally) CRABTREE, born 1846.
  8. NANCY CRABTREE, born 1849.
  1. DRUSILLA THROCKMORTON, born 1813 in VA (Boonesville, KY?), married JAMES L. CRABTREE 17 Aug. 1831 in Jackson Co. (by Charles Rose, JP),188 died Feb. 1875 in Scioto Co. James was a farmer in Scioto Twp. He was born 24 Nov. 1811, died 9 Apr. 1894. He was a son of Lewis & Susanna (McKean) Crabtree. James & Drusilla were buried in the Bethesda Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Jackson Co.

In the 1860 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., OH, James Crabtree was head of the following family, all born in Ohio:188a

- James Crabtree, 48, M, father, value of real estate   $2,500, value   of personal estate $300, can't read or write 

- Drusilla Crabtree, 47, F, can't read or write

- Anna Crabtree, 22, F

- David Crabtree, 16, M

- Drusilla Crabtree, 12, F, attending school

- Ezra Crabtree, 10, M, attending school

- James M. Crabtree, 8, M, attending school

- Warren Crabtree, 4, M.

The children of James & Drusilla Crabtree were all born in Ohio:189

  1. JEREMIAH CRABTREE, born ca. 1833, married MAHALA [-?-].  In 1860 Jeremiah had a farm adjoining his father's.  In the 1860 census he was head of the following household:

- Jeremiah Crabtree, 27, M, farmer, value of real estate $550, value of personal estate $245, born Ohio

- Mahala Crabtree, 23, F

- Albert Crabtree, 2, M

- Victoria A. Crabtree, 1, F.

In 1860 their children were:

  1. ALBERT CRABTREE born ca. 1858
  2. VICTORIA A. CRABTREE born ca. 1859.  
  1. ELLISINIA CRABTREE, born ca. 1833.
  2. ELLENOR CRABTREE, born ca. 1835.
  3. ARTIE MACIE CRABTREE, born ca. 1836, married ABRAHAM McNAMER 29 Apr. 1855 in Jackson Co.
  4. ANNA (IRMA) CRABTREE, born 1838.
  5. RACHEL JANE CRABTREE, born 1 May 1842, married JERRY PLUMBER, died 28 Apr. 1924.
  6. DAVID C. CRABTREE, born 1843/4, died 2 Dec. 1862, buried alongside his parents.
  7. DRUSILLA CRABTREE, born ca. 1848.
  8. EZRA CRABTREE, born ca. 1850.
  9. JAMES M. CRABTREE born ca. 1852.
  10. "Doc" WARREN CRABTREE born 29 Aug. 1854 in Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., OH, married SUSAN SETH 6 Aug. 1876 in Scioto Co., OH, died 12 Feb. 1943 in Ray, Meding Twp., Koochiching Co., MN, of senility and general arteriosclerosis.  Susan was born 4 Dec. 1849 in Ohio, died 6 Aug. 1929 in Ray, MN, of cardiac arrest.  She was a daughter of Frank & Julia (Bunso) Setn.  Warren was a farmer.

In 1936/8 Warren swore on oath that he and his family resided in Jackson Co., OH, until 1882 when they removed to Plato, MN.  About 1889 they removed to Ortonville, MN, and about 1899 to Esquagamah Twp., Aitkin Co., MN.  The children of Warren & Susan were:

  1. RUTHERFORD BURCHARD CRABTREE born 21 June 1877 in Jackson Co., OH, married PERL FASET, died in Port Angeles, WA.
  2. JULIA ARVILLA CRABTREE born 14 June 1884 in Glencoe, MN, married (1) ROBERT FRANKLIN CHUTE 5 July 1905 in Duluth, MN, married (2) JOHN E. HOEL, died 23 May 1963 in International Falls, MN.  Alan D. Chute (adchute@JonesDay.com) is a descendant.
  3. HAZEL DELLMAY CRABTREE born 7 July 1890 in Ortonville, MN, married ERVIN MURPHY, died in Aitkin, MN.
  4. IRTIE CRABTREE born 3 Sept. 1893 in Ortonville, MN, married CARL ZAVITZ WATT 12 July 1917, died 6 Jan. 1976 in Gtants Pass, Josephine Co., OR. 
  1. MARY MARTHA THROCKMORTON, born 1818 in Ky., married THOMAS FOSTER. Thomas was born 1816 in Ky.

In the 1850 census for Jackson Co., Ohio, Thomas Foster was head of the following household:

  1. THOMAS THROCKMORTON, born 1818 in Ky., married EMILY BUSH 1843, died after 1880. Emily was born 1825, died between 1855 and 1860.

In the 1850 census for Jackson Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio (p. 129), Thomas Throckmorton was head of the following household:

In the 1860 census for Scioto Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio,(p. 129), Thomas Throckmorton was head of the following household:

Thomas conducted a monument-making business near Grahamville (a ghost town in 1973), Scioto Twp., Jackson Co. The Grahamville Cemetery (also known as Sugar Camp or Crabtree Cemetery) is located on Route 42, south of Petersburg. Thomas made most of the stones in this cemetery.190

The children of Thomas & Emily Throckmorton were all born in Ohio:191

  1. JOHN THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1843.
  2. LEWIS THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1846.
  3. SARAH THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1847.
  4. DRUSILLA THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1852.
  5. DANIEL THROCKMORTON, born ca. 1855, removed to Missouri.
  1. JOSEPH THROCKMORTON, born 4 Nov. 1825 in Ky., married LAVINIA RAY 29 Aug. 1851 in Portsmouth, Ohio, died 29 Sep. 1891 in Bradford, Ark. Lavinia was born 3 Dec. 1834 in Portsmouth, Scioto Co., died 27 Apr. 1899 in Arkansas.

At the time of the 1850 census, Joseph was living with his sister Mary (Throckmorton) Foster (see j. above). At age 38 Joseph served as a private in the Civil War in the 147th Regiment, Company B, OVI, from 2 May 1864 to 30 Aug. 1864. Joseph owned several acres of land near Arion, Scioto Twp., Jackson Co. He sold this land in 1885 and removed to Bradford, Ark.

Joseph & Lavinia are said to have had 20 children. Several died young. The 13 known children were:192

  1. EDWARD JAMES THROCKMORTON, born 8 Jan. 1853, married (1) MARTHA ANN THROCKMORTON 7 July 1877, married (2) MARGARET THROCKMORTON 4 June 1886, married (3) MALVINA LOCK(E) MOSSBARGER in 1906, died 29 May 1919 in Pike Co. Martha Ann, born 1 June 1858, died 5 Feb. 1886. Margaret, born 17 June 1861, died 28 Dec. 1901. Martha Ann & Margaret Throckmorton were sisters, daughters of Amos Richardson & Elizabeth (Lute) Throckmorton (see 10.iii.d.II. above). Malvina was the widow of Edward Mossbarger who had died in 1902.  Malvina died in 1946 and was buried with her first husband.192a  Edward lived in Scioto Co., later in Pike Co. He was buried between his first two wives in Rockwell Cemetery.

      The children of Edward & Martha Ann Throckmorton were:

  1. JOSEPH AMOS THROCKMORTON born 26 June 1878, died 8 Apr. 1879
  1. MARY ELIZABETH THROCKMORTON born 2 May 1880, died 14 Feb. 1894
  1.  NARCISSUS MARGARET THROCKMORTON born 19 Oct. 1882, died 24 Oct. 1902
  1. THOMAS ALFRED THROCKMORTON born 19 Oct. 1882, died 22 Jan. 1886
  1.  MARTHA MATILDA (Tillie) THROCKMORTON born 5 Oct. 1885 in Ohio, died in 1982 and was buried in Nokomis, Ill. She married DANIEL O. O'BRIEN circa 1904.  Daniel was born in 1880 in Mo., and died in 1955 in Ill.  He was a son of William H. O'Brien (born in 1852 in Pike Co., Ohio, died in 1934 in Ill.) and Tamar Lock (born 1853 in Ohio) and a grandson of Wilford O'Brien (born 1812 in Ohio, died 1863 in Pike Co., Ohio) and Mary Ann Rodgers (born 1810 in Va., died ca. 1879 in Ohio). Data kindly supplied by a greatgreatgreatgranddaughter of Wilford & Mary Ann O'Brien (<Riviere76@charter.net>).
  1. LEWIS J. THROCKMORTON, born 24 May 1854, married MARGARET ALTMAN 10 Dec. 1876. Margaret was born in 1850. They lived in Scioto Co.
  2. REBECCA ANN THROCKMORTON, born 25 Feb. 1856, married JASPER R. RAY 4 Sep. 1874, died 1919.
  3. THOMAS ROLLEY THROCKMORTON, born 18 Sep. 1857, married MARTHA JANE NORMAN 10 July 1884 in Pike Co., Ohio, died 1928. Thomas & Martha removed to Bradford, Ark., where they died.
  4. DRUSILLA THROCKMORTON, born 30 Oct. 1858, married CHARLES EUTON 5 Aug. 1877 in Scioto Co.
  5. ELIZA JANE THROCKMORTON, born 27 May 1860, died 28 May 1890.
  6. HARRISON THROCKMORTON, born 27 Apr. 1862, died 11 Sep. 1867.
  7. JOSEPH A. THROCKMORTON, born 30 Mar. 1864, married BARBARA A. THROCKMORTON 24 Oct. 1884, died 29 Oct. 1927. Barbara was born 7 Mar. 1866, died 1917/8. They were buried in Rockwell Cemetery. Joseph & his family lived in Scioto Co. After Barbara’s death, they lived near Samantha in Highland Co., Ohio.
  8. JOHN LAFAYETTE THROCKMORTON, born 23 Mar. 1866, died 13 Nov. 1894 in Arkansas.
  9. DANIEL THROCKMORTON, born 3 Feb. 1870, married MATILDA COOPER in 1890, died 1930 in Arkansas. Matilda was born 1873, died 1955.
  10. JEREMIAH THROCKMORTON, born 2 Aug. 1871, died 2 Sep. 1871.
  11. SARAH THROCKMORTON, born 13 May 1873.
  12. GEORGE THROCKMORTON, born 17 May 1876, married MINNIE ALICE TAYLOR 1899, died 1931.

 

Revised 16 Feb. 2003

Revised 29 Dec. 2005

ENDNOTES

155. Personal communication from Lynn Goodman, 15 Nov. 1990; LDS, Ancestral File.

156. Virgil D. white, Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files (1992), 3491.

157. CWT, 225 & 442.

158. Mrs. Mary (Brown) Slaughter, 9 Sachem Rd., Greenwich, CT is a descendant of Charles & Rebecca Demoss' son Lewis.

159. CWT, 217.

160. LDS, Ancestral File

161. Clara McCormack Sage & Laura Sage Jones, Early Records of Hampshire County, Virginia (1976), 13.

162. Heads of Families at the First Census of the U.S. Taken in the Year 1790; Virginia (1908), 27.

163. Ibid. 72.

164. Nettie Schreiner-Yantis & Florence S. Love, The 1787 Census of Virginia.

165. Sage & Jones, Early Records of Hampshire County, Virginia, 56.

166. LBS, 15.

167. Berkeley County, Virginia, Will Book 1:199.

168. Ibid., 1:270.

169. - Blank -

170. Ronald A. Hatfield, Descendants of Lewis Throckmorton & Drusilla Hartley (1996).

171. LDS Ancestral File has John & Rebecca (Biggerstaff) Hartley.

172. LBS, 18-19; Virgil D. White, Index to War of 1812 Pension Files (1989), 1713.

173. LBS, 17-19.

174. Personal communication from Mrs. Bonnie S. Crabtree, 2223 Nelson Ave., Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

175. LBS, 21-26.

176. Jackson County, Ohio, Marriage Records, B:5.

177. LBS, 23 & 27.

178. LBS, 24, 36-40.

178a Jackson Co., OH, Marriage Certificate 1020COH.

178b Carol Crabtree Martin (cmartin@teknetwork.com) , a great-granddaughter of Thomas & Elizabeth, has contributed much to the family of James William & Alsey (Throckmorton) Crabtree.

179. LBS, 24, 155.

179a LBS, 156 & 170.

179b LBS, 156 & 284.

179c  LBS, 157.

180. Personal communication from Carol (Crabtree) Boomer's mother, Mrs. Bonnie S. Crabtree, 2223 Nelson Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

180a LBS, 155 & 167-169; data from Roberta Maynard at <rdmaynard@hotmail.com>.

181. Jackson County, Ohio, Marriage Records, B:5.

182. Jackson County, Ohio, Deed Book B:592.

183. LBS, 24-25, 178-181.

184. Jackson County, Ohio, Marriage Records, C:137.

185. LBS, 25, 251-2.

185a. Data from Gerry White (<Gerry@GerryWhite.net>).

186. Jackson County, Ohio, Marriage Records, B:9.

187. LBS, 25, 280.

188. Jackson County, Ohio, Marriage Records, B:6.

188a Census data kindly supplied by Alan Chute (adchute@JonesDay.com).

189. LBS, 25-26, 282.

190. LBS, 33.

191. LBS, 26.

192. LBS, 21, 26, 284-286.

192a <riviere@icss.net>.