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Henry Veal1

M, b. circa 1790
Last Edited14 Aug 2011
Birth*circa 1790Henry Veal was born circa 1790 at Gloucester Co. (now Atlantic Co.), New Jersey.1 
He was the son of John Veal and Unknown (?).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S548] Atlantic County NJ Wills (online): Will of John Veal of Hamilton Twp. Atlantic County, New Jersey -11 Sep 1838, proved 24 Nov 1842. www.atlanticlibrary.org/willspdf/00000035.pdf.
  2. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, Message posted by Joan Best 14 Aug 2011. "In researching John I realized that John apparently had a first wife who had Henry, born about 1790 and David R., born about 1792 based on subsequent census. I estimated that John probably married this first wife about 1789 when he would have been about 19. We know he married his second wife, Sarah Golden 11 July 1798 and had John, Daniel R., Mathias and Rebecca. "

Ida Veal1

F, b. 1851
Last Edited13 Jun 2008
Marriage*Ida Veal married Norton Lore.2,3 
Birth*1851Ida Veal was born in 1851 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of John S. Veal and Carolina P. Everingham.1 
Name Variation Ida Veal was also known as Ada Veal. 
Married NameHer married name was Lore.2 
Name Variation16 June 1880 As of 16 June 1880, Ida Veal was also known as Ada Lore.4 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
18 June 1860Franklin Twp., New JerseyIda Veal appeared on the census of 18 June 1860 in the household of John S. Veal at Franklin Twp., New Jersey.1
6 July 1870Downe Twp., New JerseyIda Veal appeared on the census of 6 July 1870 in the household of John S. Veal at Downe Twp., New Jersey.5
16 June 1880Commercial Twp., New JerseyIda Veal appeared on the census of 16 June 1880 in the household of Norton Lore at Commercial Twp., New Jersey.4

Family

Norton Lore b. 1851
Marriage*Ida Veal married Norton Lore.2,3 

Citations

  1. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, John S. Veal household, 1860 US Federal Census, Franklin, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: M653_691; Page: 233; 495/500
    Name Age
    John S Veal 40 farmer NJ
    Caroline Veal 42 NJ
    Emma L Veal 14 NJ
    Ida Veal 8 NJ.
  2. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Death record File Number: #54703
    Person : J. Howard Vail
    Address :

    Millville, NJ
    Death Date : Age:
    Survivors: Sisters: Mrs. Norton Lore & Mrs. Emma Bowen Undertaker:
    Undertaker Location:
    Location of Death : Millville, NJ Cemetery :
    Cemetery Location :
    Source : Port Norris Advertiser Source date : 9/29/1927
    Notes : Deceased, formerly of Millville, NJ, was buried Monday from his late Millville residence. Mortimer Mayhew attended.
  3. [S43] 1880 US Federal Census Record, Norton Lore household, 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, Commercial, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: T9_775; Family History Film: 1254775; Page: 203.1000; Enumeration District: 77; Image: 0570. 16 June 1880.
    Name Age
    Norton Lore 29 farmer NJ
    Ada Lore 28 NJ.
  4. [S43] 1880 US Federal Census Record, Norton Lore household, 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, Commercial, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: T9_775; Family History Film: 1254775; Page: 203.1000; Enumeration District: 77; Image: 0570. 16 June 1880.
    Name Age
    Norton Lore 29 farmer NJ
    Ada Lore 28 NJ.
  5. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, John S. Veal household, 1870 US Federal Census, population schedule, Downe, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M593_859; Page: 219; Image: 218.
    Name Age
    John S Veal 55 sawyer in mill
    Caroline Veal 52
    Ida Veal 18
    James Veal 14
    Sallie Carline 7.

James H. Veal1

M, b. 1833
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
Birth*1833James H. Veal was born in 1833 at New Jersey.1 
He was the son of David Veal and Abigail More.1 
Name Variation4 August 1860 As of 4 August 1860, James H. Veal was also known as Henry Veal.2 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
9 September 1850Hopewell Twp., New JerseyJames H. Veal appeared on the census of 9 September 1850 in the household of David Veal at Hopewell Twp., New Jersey.3
4 August 1860Hopewell Twp., New JerseyJames H. Veal appeared on the census of 4 August 1860 in the household of David Veal at Hopewell Twp., New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, US Federal Census, 1850, Hopewell, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M432_446; Page: 253. Taken 9 Sep 1850, 132/139.
    David Veal 59, farmer, Abigail, 50, David M. 23, farmer, Lydia M. 19, James H., 16, Francis, 14, Enoch M., 12, Martha I. Dare, 18, Abraham Hutchinson, 70, farmer, Rachel Shoemake, 66. All born in NJ.
  2. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, David Veal household, 1860 US Federal Census, Hopewell, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M653_687; Page: 202; 4 Aug 1860, 1682/1664.
    David Veal 66 Farmer
    Martha Dare 30 House Keeper
    David M Veal 32 Farm Labourer
    Henry Veal 24 Farm Labourer
    Frank Veal 22 Farm Labourer
    Enoch Veal 21 Farm Labourer
    David Moore 15 Farm apprentice
    Rebecca Dare 17 Domestic
    All were born in NJ.
  3. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, US Federal Census, 1850, Hopewell, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M432_446; Page: 253. Taken 9 Sep 1850, 132/139.
    David Veal 59, farmer, Abigail, 50, David M. 23, farmer, Lydia M. 19, James H., 16, Francis, 14, Enoch M., 12, Martha I. Dare, 18, Abraham Hutchinson, 70, farmer, Rachel Shoemaker, 66. All born in NJ.

John Veal1

M, b. 1769, d. November 1842
Last Edited20 Aug 2014
MarriageJohn Veal married Phebe Platts, daughter of Moses Platts and Rachel Garrison.2 
Birth*1769John Veal was born in 1769 at New Jersey.1 
He was the son of Nehemiah Veal.1 
Marriage*1789John Veal married Unknown (?) in 1789 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Marriage*11 July 1798John Veal married Sarah Golden on 11 July 1798 at Buena, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1,4,3,5 
Death*November 1842John Veal died in November 1842 at Buena, Atlantic Co., New Jersey; based on probate date.1,6 
Probate*24 November 1842His estate was probated on 24 November 1842 at Hamilton Twp., Atlantic Co., New Jersey.4 
Property*29 March 1792Wm Hollinshead et ux Hope [Lippincott] of Greenwich, Gloucester Co
to John Veal of Twp of Great Egg Harbor [Note that Great Egg Harbor would include the area around Buena at this time.] 98.25 acres.7 
Name Variation11 July 1798 As of 11 July 1798, John Veal was also known as John Vale.5 
Event-Misc*13 March 1811He was To the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas [<==crossed out and "Quarter Sessions" written above] for the County of Gloucester Gentlemen

We your petitioners freeholders and residents of the sd County Recomend to your Honours Peter Steelman as a Man qualified for keeping a Publick house as to his Soberity Honesty and Temperence and that he has Stabling and Pasterage for Twelve or more Horses that he Hath at Least Two good Feather beds Besides his familes youse and we Think a Publich House where he Now Dwells would be conducive to Publick Intrust there fore we Pray your Honours would grant him your Licens for keeping a publick House where he Now Dwells Dated this 13th Day of March 1811-----
John Wicks
William Smith
Charles Steelman
John Ingersull
Jonas Steelman
Henry Veal
Jonathan Steelman
Abel Smith
John Veal
(2nd column)
Daniel Shaw
Thomas Doughty
Uriah Camp
Joseph Ingersul
Enos Veal
Elias Gifford
Benjamin Parsons
John Stewart
John Champion
Daniel Carrall
William Lee
David Irelan

On back [bondsman] Richard M. Cooper--approved
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From other applications with an overlap of signatures and adjacent times, this tavern was located at Stephens Creek, Weymouth, Gloucester County, NJ
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Personal note: Jonas Steelman and John Veal are my ancestors from Dad's dad and Dad's mom, respectively.
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This seems to indicate that Enos, John, and Henry (and probably Platts) Veal still lived in the Mays Landing area before making their 1811 purchases from William Hollingshead in Buena. John and Enos already had some land there, as did their step-father, Benjamin Parsons, grandfather of the Benjamin Parsons signing this document. John Stewart's niece married John Veal's son. If this is John Stewart, Sr, however, then he is my ancestor as well. The signature of John Stewart, Senr., on an 1825 petition is very shaky, and it is not obviously the same or different from this signature.

Note that this Henry Veal must have been born by 1790 to sign this document. It appears to be the same signature as the Henry Veal affixed to Archibald Campbell's petition in 1825.

The Benjamin Parsons signature from Enos Veal's 1814 petition matches perfectly; however, the Henry Veal signature seems to be quite different from the ones on Steelman's and Campbell's petitions.

Mathias Veal signed Archibald Campbell's 1830 application. The same signature is on the 1831 Aquilla Stiles application. It appears that Mathias Veal then wrote the names following his in the same handwriting: John Veal, Archibald Campbell, jnr, Ephraim Stiles, Archibald Campbell Sen, and although slightly smaller than the other signatures, probably Henry Veal as well.

The same Thomas Doughty signed Campbell's petition in 1816. It is the same signature as Thomas Doughty, proprietor [Milmay] who signed in 1831, although in a much more feeble hand, nearing his death by 1834.

This Joseph Ingersul has the same signature as Joseph Ingersul Jur on a 1779 Samuel Snell applicaton. on 13 March 1811 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.8 
Will*11 September 1838He left a will on 11 September 1838 at Hamilton Twp., Atlantic Co., New Jersey.6,4 
Event-Misc1840He was There is also a John Veal 20 to 30 years old in Franklin, Gloucester in 1840 Census. Likely a son of John. Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: Franklin, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: 252; Page: 140. Census line is 0000100000000 2000100000000 in 1840. 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1830Hamilton Twp., New JerseyJohn Veal appeared on the census of 1830 at Hamilton Twp., New Jersey; 1830 Hamilton, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: 81; Page: 169.
Daniel Veal 1000010000000 0000100000000
Nathan Veal 0000100000000 0000100000000
Henry Veal 0000010000000 1100010000000
Platts Veal 0000000100000 0100000100000
John Veal Jr1100010000000 2000100000000
John Veal 0010000100000 0000000010000.9
1840Hamilton Twp., New JerseyHe appeared on the census of 1840 at Hamilton Twp., New Jersey.10

Family 1

Unknown (?)
Marriage*1789He married Unknown (?) in 1789 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Children 1.Henry Veal4 b. c 1790
 2.David R. Veal+1,3 b. 1792, d. 2 Feb 1872

Family 2

Sarah Golden b. circa 1772
Marriage*11 July 1798John Veal married Sarah Golden on 11 July 1798 at Buena, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1,4,3,5 
Children 1.John Veal3
 2.Daniel R. Veal4 b. c 1795
 3.Rebekah Veal4 b. c 1795
 4.Matthias Veal4 b. c 1800

Citations

  1. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.vealefamily.com/200_John_Veal_1769.htm on 26 May 2008
    John Veal
    Birth - 1769
    Death - 1842
    Wife - Sarah
    Children:
    Henry Veal (b. 1789, d. 1863 Buena Vista)
    David Veal (b 1792, d. 1872 Franklin Township)
    John Veal II (b. 1800, d. ???)
    Daniel Veal (b. 1803, d. 1873)
    Mathias Veal (b. 1806)
    Rebecca Veal (b. 1813, d. 1867)


    John Veal was an early resident of Buena, New Jersey; Trustee of Friendship United Methodist Church (FUMC) in 1808

    John Veal's Will


    Parents:
    Nehemiah Veal.
  2. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, Message posted by Glen Bingham 4 Apr 2011.
  3. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, Message posted by Joan Best 14 Aug 2011. "In researching John I realized that John apparently had a first wife who had Henry, born about 1790 and David R., born about 1792 based on subsequent census. I estimated that John probably married this first wife about 1789 when he would have been about 19. We know he married his second wife, Sarah Golden 11 July 1798 and had John, Daniel R., Mathias and Rebecca. "
  4. [S548] Atlantic County NJ Wills (online): Will of John Veal of Hamilton Twp. Atlantic County, New Jersey -11 Sep 1838, proved 24 Nov 1842. www.atlanticlibrary.org/willspdf/00000035.pdf.
  5. [S142] Compiler H. Stanley Craig, Cumberland Co. Genealogical Data, John Vale and Sarah Golden married 11 July 1798.
  6. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.vealefamily.com/200_John_Veal_Will.htm
    Acquired from the Atlantic County Surrogate's Office by Lois Thorp (May 2002).

    Will of John Veal - deceased

    The last will and testament of John Veal of the Township of Hamilton in the County of Atlantic and State of New Jersey.

    I John Veal considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and [sense] and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament [in] manner and [...] following (that is [...] [...])

    I first I give and beque unto my beloved wife Sarah Veal besides the one third of my farm and [...] or dwelling house and seller [sic] with the [...] of the barn. Together with clock and household goods and milk cows and the privilage [sic] of my orchard.

    [...] I give and bequeath unto Henry Veal the land and premises where on he now lives with all the building thereon.

    I give and bequeath unto Mathias Veal, my youngest son, the premises on which he now lives and it being the last survey that I purchased of William Hollingshead deed bearing date the 11th day of May 1811[...] to said deed will more fully show.

    I will all the rest of my lands and sedar [sic] [...] swamp be sold and the money equally divided [...] my two sons and my Daughter, David Veal, Daniel Veal and Rebekah Vanaman.

    I appoint my beloved wife Sarah Veal and David Veal my the sole executors of this my last will and testament and [...] [...] [...] all [...] wills by the [...] [...] [...] [...] I have [...] [...] set hand and seal the [...] eleventh day of September in the year of our Lord 1838.

    John Veale (Seal)

    Signed sealed published and declared by the above named John Veal to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request did in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses hereunto.
    William Ackley
    Eli Dorlon
    David Veal

    Proved 24 Nov 1842.
  7. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Deed abstracted by Lorraine G. Bingham

    Gloucester County, NJ, Deeds DD: 265
    1892 Mar 29 [sic. Since recorded in 1811, the date should be 1792]
    Wm Hollinshead et ux Hope [Lippincott] of Greenwich,
    Gloucester Co
    to John Veal of Twp of Great Egg Harbor [Note that Great Egg Harbor would include the area around Buena at this time.]
    98.25 acres for #37.10.0 gold & silver
    ~Beginning at the 2nd corner of the 1967-acre tract
    ~S20*E 21 chains
    ~S37*E 41 chains
    ~N55*E 25 chains
    ~N55*W 69 chains 60 links

    From Hollinshead's 40,000 acres recorded in Liber A,
    Burlington

    Witnesses: Uriah French, Hannah Lippincott
    Endorsed by John Sparks

    -------------------------
    Transcribed by Lorraine G. and Glenn J. Bingham

    Gloucester Co, NJ, Deeds D: 263
    1811 May 11
    Wm. Hollinshead et ux Hope of Greenwich, Gloucester Co
    to John Veal of Weymouth Twp. [Note that this includes the area around Buena until 1813.]
    $30 for 65 acres
    Pine over small branch
    ~Crossing the branch S51.5*W 22.50 chains to pine
    ~N51.5*W 10.40 chains to pine
    ~N22.5*W 32.50 ch
    ~N 16.50 ch to dead pine
    ~N43.5*E 29.50 ch
    ~S46.5*E 2.50 ch
    ~S43.5*W 25 ch
    ~S1.5*E 9.50 ch
    ~S22.5*E 28.50 ch
    ~S51.5*E 7.75 ch
    ~N51.5*E 11.20 ch
    ~S38.5*E 9 ch
    Part of 763.25-acre, Liber AA folio 20,21 [Burlington]

    Witnesses: Robert Newell, Isaiah To(m?)__.
  8. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, NJGF message posted by Glenn Bingham 20 Jan 2010.
  9. [S114] 1830 US Federal Census Record, 1830 Hamilton, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: 81; Page: 169.
    Daniel Veal 1000010000000 0000100000000
    Nathan Veal 0000100000000 0000100000000
    Henry Veal 0000010000000 1100010000000
    Platts Veal 0000000100000 0100000100000
    John Veal Jr1100010000000 2000100000000
    John Veal 0010000100000 0000000010000.
  10. [S190] 1840 Census Record, John Veal household, 1840 US Federal Census, Hamilton Twp., Atlantic, New Jersey; Roll: 247; Page: 43. One male 5-10, one male 70-80, one female 10-15, one female 60-70. Next door is Matthias Veal household Males 0200010000000 Females 2010010000000.

John Veal1

M, b. before 1700
Last Edited20 Aug 2014
Birth*before 1700John Veal was born before 1700.1 
Event-Misc*6 December 1721He was 1721 Dec 6. John Veal of Perth Amboy is awarded administration of the estate of Thomas Mullinock of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co. Lib A., p. 205 on 6 December 1721 at Essex Co., New Jersey.1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, 1721 Dec 6. John Veal of Perth Amboy is awarded administration of the estate of Thomas Mullinock of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co. Lib A., p. 205.

John Veal1

M
Last Edited20 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, 1748 Nov 11 will of Peter Cambell. 1748/9 Jan 12 Inventory of estate of Peter Campbell of Cumberland Co. includes an account against John Veal. Lib 6, p. 68.

John Veal1

M, b. circa 1745
Last Edited18 Jun 2008
Birth*circa 1745John Veal was born circa 1745 at Salem Co., New Jersey.1 
Marriage*11 January 1768He married Rachel Stiles on 11 January 1768 at Salem Co., New Jersey.1 

Family

Rachel Stiles b. circa 1745

Citations

  1. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Marriage record
    Record:     #39615
    Marriage record
    Groom :     Vail, John (V400)     Bride :     Stiles, Rachel (S342)
    Residence :          Residence :     
    Father :          Father :     
    Mother :          Mother :     
    Marriage Date :     1/11/1768     Official :     
    Location :          City/State :     
    Source :     Salem County Marriages     Source Date :     
    Notes :     Original Source: NJ Archives, Vol. XXII.

John Veal1

M
Last Edited14 Aug 2011
John Veal was the son of John Veal and Sarah Golden.1 

Citations

  1. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, Message posted by Joan Best 14 Aug 2011. "In researching John I realized that John apparently had a first wife who had Henry, born about 1790 and David R., born about 1792 based on subsequent census. I estimated that John probably married this first wife about 1789 when he would have been about 19. We know he married his second wife, Sarah Golden 11 July 1798 and had John, Daniel R., Mathias and Rebecca. "

John Veal Jr.1

M
Last Edited21 Mar 2009
John Veal Jr. is the son of Enos Veal.2 

Citations

  1. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deeds
    L3:266
    1832 March 31
    John Veal, Sr. of Hamilton to John Veal, Jr. of same place
    $180 in Hamilton
    Pine "saplin" about 10 chains from South side of "publick road" from Thomas Doughtys Inn to Campbells tavern and 5 chains from John Veal, Jr's house.
    S49*E 20 chains
    S46.5*W 20
    N37.5*W 21
    N16*E 2.5
    N58*E 13.5
    36.06 acres
    Signed: John Veal
    Sarah + Veal
    Wit: Mathias Veal, Benjamin Weatherby (who endorsed same day).
  2. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, Folks,

    We determined that John Veal, Jr., was the son of Enos Veal. Shortly after selling this land, he headed west like everyone else.

    Gloucester County, NJ, Deeds
    K3:211
    1834 Jan 25
    John Veal, Jr., and Christena his wife and John "Teripin" and "Susana" his wife, all of Hamilton Twp.
    to Samuel Richards, Esq., of Philadelphia and Lewis M. Walker "of same place."
    $1 tract or piece of land in Hamilton Twp.
    Stake in middle of Cape Road, corner to [what] Lewis M. Walker sold to Daniel Veal
    S 30.5 chains along road
    N 51.5* E 8 chains
    N 69.5* E 40 to white oak
    N 11.5* E 26.5 to pine
    N 50.5* W 41 to Daniel Veal's corner
    Along Dan S 46* W 48
    261.25 acres
    Part of 495.28 acres surveyed to Elias Smith, Joseph Sawins, andAmos Ireland 1791 May 12. Burlington W:124
    Claims 1/3 title.
    Wit: Philip Emmel [JP], Michael "Woalpert"
    Signed by John Veal, Jr., Christene Veal, John Turpin, Susana X Terpin [last by mark]
    End: 1834 May 19 by Emmel--all grantors present.

    Note: Susannah and Christina were both Woolperts, so probably sisters.
    Note2: Lewis M. Walker signed Enos Veal's tavern license petition for June 1816.

    K3:212
    1834 Feb 1
    Samuel and Ann M. Richards and Lewis M. and Charlotte Walker to Edward Smith, Esq., of Philadelphia
    Same land as in K3:211 sold for $504.50.

    Glenn [Bingham]
    __._,_.___.

John S. Veal1,2

M, b. 1817, d. 8 March 1877
Last Edited4 Aug 2013
Birth3 January 1816John S. Veal was born on 3 January 1816 at New Jersey.3 
Birth*1817He was born in 1817 at New Jersey.4 
He was the son of David R. Veal and Ann Stewart.5 
Marriage*4 February 1837John S. Veal married Emeline Johnson on 4 February 1837 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.6 
Marriage18 November 1843John S. Veal married Carolina P. Everingham on 18 November 1843 at Salem, Salem Co., New Jersey; perhaps this is the date of the marriage license or a civil marriage preceded a marriage by minister.7 
Marriage*2 December 1843John S. Veal married Carolina P. Everingham on 2 December 1843 at Gloucester or Salem Co., New Jersey; marriage implied by census.8,1 
Death*8 March 1877John S. Veal died on 8 March 1877 at Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Burial*circa 11 March 1877He was buried circa 11 March 1877 at Zion United Methodist Cemetery, Porchtown, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Name Variation John S. Veal was also known as John S. Veal.5 
Note*Re the naming of child Caroline From: "glenn bingham"
To: njgf@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, August 2, 2013 10:08:06 PM
Subject: Re: [njgf] Two children with the same name [1 Attachment]

[Attachment(s) from glenn bingham included below]
JP, for your benefit and maybe the benefit of Bob Howey, I will spell this out. Bob, do you mind if I refer to your website? OK.

(More information here: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~howeypages/p169.htm#i4759 )

"
7 August 1850     Millville, New Jersey     Carolina P. Everingham appeared on the census of 7 August 1850 in the household of John S. Veal at Millville, New Jersey;
John Viel 32 farmer
Caroline Viel 32
Caroline Viel 14
Emma Viel 5"
John Viel/Veal married Emmaline Johnson. They had a daughter named Caroline. Caroline is not a family name for any of that family unit's ancestral family as far as I can see.

John Veal's sister, Susannah, married Thomas Everingham. Thomas had a sister named Carolina/Caroline Everingham, and they lived nearby. It is my guess that the child of John Veal and Emmaline Johnson was named for John's brother-in-law's sister.

Emmaline died.

John Veal married second Caroline Everingham, sister of Thomas. They had a daughter Emma in honor of the deceased wife.

So the first daughter was named for the second wife, and the second daughter was named for the first wife, as far as I can tell.

Now this is significant for me because John and Emmaline's daughter, Caroline Veal (see picture), married TC Souder, a miller. John Veal and Tom Everingham at one time owned parts of the mills at Willow Grove. (Note that in 1850 Millville extended all the way to Willow Grove.) Then, they apparently went to a more southern part of Millville and worked as millers for TC Souder who ran the grist mill at Menantico ("Clarks Mill'), then went their separate ways. So the families were closely knit over a long period.

TC and Caroline Veal Souder's son, Harry Milton Souder, had a daughter Caroline, and she was my paternal grandmother.

Caroline Souder Bingham had a granddaughter named Carol in her honor. Carol is a nurse at a mission in Guatemala, and now there is a new Guatemalan baby named in her honor: Carolina, which seems to be the original form of the name.

Isn't life interesting?

gjb.9 
Name Variation John S. Veal was also known as John Viel.8 
Residence*2 December 1843He lived on 2 December 1843 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
(Witness) Event-Misc7 August 1850He was a witness when Thomas S. Everingham was living 2 houses down in census are John Viel and Caroline Viel, both 32. Are these relatives of Susanna Veal Everingham? On 7 August 1850 at Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., New Jersey.8 
Name Variation8 March 1877 As of 8 March 1877, John S. Veal was also known as John S. Vail.3 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
7 August 1850Millville, New JerseyJohn S. Veal appeared on the census of 7 August 1850 at Millville, New Jersey; Thomas Viel 32 farmer
Caroline Viel 32
Caroline Viel 14
Emma Viel 5
Francis E Bateman, Male, 22.
All born in NJ.4
18 June 1860Franklin Twp., New JerseyHe appeared on the census of 18 June 1860 at Franklin Twp., New Jersey.2
6 July 1870Downe Twp., New JerseyHe appeared on the census of 6 July 1870 at Downe Twp., New Jersey.10

Family 1

Emeline Johnson b. 1816, d. 1840
Marriage*4 February 1837He married Emeline Johnson on 4 February 1837 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.6 
Child 1.Caroline P. Veal4 b. 21 Jul 1837

Family 2

Carolina P. Everingham b. 1817
Marriage18 November 1843John S. Veal married Carolina P. Everingham on 18 November 1843 at Salem, Salem Co., New Jersey; perhaps this is the date of the marriage license or a civil marriage preceded a marriage by minister.7 
Marriage*2 December 1843John S. Veal married Carolina P. Everingham on 2 December 1843 at Gloucester or Salem Co., New Jersey; marriage implied by census.8,1 
Children 1.Emma Veal4 b. 1844
 2.Ida Veal2 b. 1851
 3.J. Howard Vail10 b. 1855, d. c 29 Sep 1927

Citations

  1. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Record: #13729
    Groom : Veal, John (V400) Bride : Everingham, Carolina P. (E165)
    Residence : Gloucester Co., NJ Residence : Pittstown, Salem Co., NJ
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :

    Marriage Date : 12/2/1843 Official : German, M., Rev.
    Location : City/State :
    Source : Woodbury Constitution Source Date : 2/6/1844
    Notes :.
  2. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, John S. Veal household, 1860 US Federal Census, Franklin, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: M653_691; Page: 233; 495/500
    Name Age
    John S Veal 40 farmer NJ
    Caroline Veal 42 NJ
    Emma L Veal 14 NJ
    Ida Veal 8 NJ.
  3. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.interment.net/data/us/nj/gloucester/zion_me.htm
    Zion United Methodist Cemetery, Porchtown, Gloucester County, New Jersey burials
    Vail, John S., b. 3 Jan 1816, d. 8 Mar 1877
    Vail, Scoby S. , b. 6 May 1818, d. 22 Jul 1872.
  4. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Digital microfilm M432-446, p. 139B, 65/65.
    Year: 1850; Census Place: Millville, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M432_446; Page: 139.
  5. [S38] Individual contact, Mark Parsons e-mail 26 May 2008.

    David VEAL, will, Gloucester Co. 20 Feb 1872, of Franklin Twp.
    Daughter: Sara Ann RILE $25
    Children divided the rest of the estate:
    John S. VEAL, Scoby S. VEAL, Enos VEAL, Phebe A. EDWARDS, Susan EVERINGHAM, Neomi DUNUM (DUNHAM). Joseph P. VEAL and Nancy EDWARDS.

    John VEAL b 1769 d 1842 m Sarah; lived at what is now Buena, Atlantic Co NJ
    o. David VEAL b 1792 d 1872 Franklin Twp Gloucester Co NJ 2m Ann Nancy.
  6. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Marriage record
    Record:     #22261
    Groom :     Veal, John (V400)     Bride :     Johnson, Emeline (J525)
    Residence :     Gloucester Co., NJ     Residence :     Gloucester Co., NJ
    Father :          Father :     
    Mother :          Mother :     
    Marriage Date :     2/4/1837     Official :     Focer, Daniel, J. P.
    Location :          City/State :     Glassboro, NJ
    Source :     Certificates of Gloucester Co.     Source Date :     2/8/1837
    Notes :     Filed as shown.
  7. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Record:     #13730
    Groom :     Peal, John (P400)     Bride :     Everingham, Caroline P. (E165)
    Residence :          Residence :     
    Father :          Father :     
    Mother :          Mother :     
    Marriage Date :     11/18/1843     Official :     
    Location :          City/State :     
    Source :     Salem Co. Marriage Records     Source Date :     
    Notes :     Original Source: From County Clerk's Records.
  8. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Digital microfilm M432-446, p. 139B, 67/67.
  9. [S554] NJGF message, online http://groups.yahoo.com/group/njgf, From: "glenn bingham" <e-mail address>
    To: e-mail address
    Sent: Friday, August 2, 2013 10:08:06 PM
    Subject: Re: [njgf] Two children with the same name [1 Attachment]

    [Attachment(s) from glenn bingham included below]
    JP, for your benefit and maybe the benefit of Bob Howey, I will spell this out. Bob, do you mind if I refer to your website? OK.

    (More information here: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/… )

    "
    7 August 1850     Millville, New Jersey     Carolina P. Everingham appeared on the census of 7 August 1850 in the household of John S. Veal at Millville, New Jersey;
    John Viel 32 farmer
    Caroline Viel 32
    Caroline Viel 14
    Emma Viel 5"
    John Viel/Veal married Emmaline Johnson. They had a daughter named Caroline. Caroline is not a family name for any of that family unit's ancestral family as far as I can see.

    John Veal's sister, Susannah, married Thomas Everingham. Thomas had a sister named Carolina/Caroline Everingham, and they lived nearby. It is my guess that the child of John Veal and Emmaline Johnson was named for John's brother-in-law's sister.

    Emmaline died.

    John Veal married second Caroline Everingham, sister of Thomas. They had a daughter Emma in honor of the deceased wife.

    So the first daughter was named for the second wife, and the second daughter was named for the first wife, as far as I can tell.

    Now this is significant for me because John and Emmaline's daughter, Caroline Veal (see picture), married TC Souder, a miller. John Veal and Tom Everingham at one time owned parts of the mills at Willow Grove. (Note that in 1850 Millville extended all the way to Willow Grove.) Then, they apparently went to a more southern part of Millville and worked as millers for TC Souder who ran the grist mill at Menantico ("Clarks Mill'), then went their separate ways. So the families were closely knit over a long period.

    TC and Caroline Veal Souder's son, Harry Milton Souder, had a daughter Caroline, and she was my paternal grandmother.

    Caroline Souder Bingham had a granddaughter named Carol in her honor. Carol is a nurse at a mission in Guatemala, and now there is a new Guatemalan baby named in her honor: Carolina, which seems to be the original form of the name.

    Isn't life interesting?

    gjb.
  10. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, John S. Veal household, 1870 US Federal Census, population schedule, Downe, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M593_859; Page: 219; Image: 218.
    Name Age
    John S Veal 55 sawyer in mill
    Caroline Veal 52
    Ida Veal 18
    James Veal 14
    Sallie Carline 7.

Joseph Veal1

M, b. 1827
Last Edited13 Jun 2008
Birth*1827Joseph Veal was born in 1827 at New Jersey.1 
He was the son of David R. Veal and Ann Stewart.1,2 
Birth1832Joseph Veal was born in 1832 at New Jersey; marriage record says he was 22 when married in Nov 1855.3 
Marriage*29 November 1855He married Tabitha Hewlings on 29 November 1855 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Name Variation29 November 1855 As of 29 November 1855, Joseph Veal was also known as Joseph L. Veal.3 
Name Variation20 February 1872 As of 20 February 1872, Joseph Veal was also known as Joseph P. Veal.2 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
21 December 1850Franklin Twp., New JerseyJoseph Veal appeared on the census of 21 December 1850 in the household of David R. Veal at Franklin Twp., New Jersey.4

Family

Tabitha Hewlings b. 1836
Marriage*29 November 1855Joseph Veal married Tabitha Hewlings on 29 November 1855 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1850 US Federal Census, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ,
    M432_451; Page: 23, 351/357. 21 Dec 1850. David Veal 58, farmer, Nancy, 59, Joseph, 22, Nancy, 17 and Mary Ann Craver, 9. All born NJ.
  2. [S38] Individual contact, Mark Parsons e-mail 26 May 2008.

    David VEAL, will, Gloucester Co. 20 Feb 1872, of Franklin Twp.
    Daughter: Sara Ann RILE $25
    Children divided the rest of the estate:
    John S. VEAL, Scoby S. VEAL, Enos VEAL, Phebe A. EDWARDS, Susan EVERINGHAM, Neomi DUNUM (DUNHAM). Joseph P. VEAL and Nancy EDWARDS.

    John VEAL b 1769 d 1842 m Sarah; lived at what is now Buena, Atlantic Co NJ
    o. David VEAL b 1792 d 1872 Franklin Twp Gloucester Co NJ 2m Ann Nancy.
  3. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Marriage record
    Record: #19463
    Groom : Veal, Joseph L. (V400) Bride : Hewlings, Tabitha (H452)
    Residence : Gloucester Co., NJ Residence : Gloucester Co., NJ
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :
    Marriage Date : 11/29/1855 Official : Owen, Abr'm, Rev.
    Location : City/State :
    Source : Certificates of Gloucester Co. Source Date : 3/31/18557
    Notes : Filed as shown. Rev. Abr'm Owen, of M. E. Church, Clarksboro, NJ. Bride's name spelled Newlin in County Clerk's Record. Age of groom 22 and age of bride 18.
  4. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1850 US Federal Census, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ,
    M432_451; Page: 23, 351/357. 21 Dec 1850. David Veal 58, farmer, Nancy, 59, Joseph, 22, Nancy, 17 and Mary Ann Craver, 9.

Lewis M. Veal1

M, b. 1849, d. 6 June 1852
Last Edited1 Jun 2008
Birth*1849Lewis M. Veal was born in 1849 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1,2 
He was the son of Scoby S. Veal and Susan D. Manlove.1 
Death*6 June 1852Lewis M. Veal died on 6 June 1852 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
Burial*circa 9 June 1852He was buried circa 9 June 1852 at Zion United Methodist Cemetery, Porchtown, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
Name Variation21 December 1850 As of 21 December 1850, Lewis M. Veal was also known as Lewis Cass Veal.2 

Citations

  1. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.interment.net/data/us/nj/gloucester/zion_me.htm
    Zion United Methodist Cemetery
    Porchtown, Gloucester County, New Jersey
    220 Porchtown Road, Franklinville, NJ 08322
    Veal, David, d. 2 Feb 1872, [KA]
    Veal, Enos, b. 12-4-1819, d. 4-9-1904, h/o Susanna Veale, [KA]
    Veal, Lewis M., d. 6 Jun 1852, age: 3yr, s/o Socby S. and Susan D., [NH]
    Veal, Nancy, d. 18 Nov 1865, age: 71yr 11mo 20da, w/o David R., d/o Joel and Susanna Stewart, [NH]
    Veal, Susanna, d. 11-27-1913, w/o Enos Veale, [KA]
    Veal, Wilber C., d. 19 Oct 1862, age: 18yr, s/o Socby S. and Susan D. Veal, [NH]

    Contributor's Index:

    * [KA] Keith S Allen [e-mail address]
    * [NH] Nancy Haugh [e-mail address]
    * [SW] Susan Winters [e-mail address]

    Legend:

    d/o = daughter of
    h/o = husband of
    s/o = son of
    w/o = wife of.
  2. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Scoby S. Veal household, 1850 US Federal Census, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ,
    M432_451; Page: 22-23, 349/355. 21 Dec 1850. Scoby S Veal 32, laborer, born NJ, Susan Veal, 34 born DE, Wilber Fisk Veal, 6, born NJ, Anna Celeste Veal, 4, born NJ, Susan S Veal, 2, born NJ, and Louis Cass Veal, 1, born NJ.

Lydia M. Veal1

F, b. 1831
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
Birth*1831Lydia M. Veal was born in 1831 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of David Veal and Abigail More.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
9 September 1850Hopewell Twp., New JerseyLydia M. Veal appeared on the census of 9 September 1850 in the household of David Veal at Hopewell Twp., New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, US Federal Census, 1850, Hopewell, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M432_446; Page: 253. Taken 9 Sep 1850, 132/139.
    David Veal 59, farmer, Abigail, 50, David M. 23, farmer, Lydia M. 19, James H., 16, Francis, 14, Enoch M., 12, Martha I. Dare, 18, Abraham Hutchinson, 70, farmer, Rachel Shoemake, 66. All born in NJ.
  2. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, US Federal Census, 1850, Hopewell, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M432_446; Page: 253. Taken 9 Sep 1850, 132/139.
    David Veal 59, farmer, Abigail, 50, David M. 23, farmer, Lydia M. 19, James H., 16, Francis, 14, Enoch M., 12, Martha I. Dare, 18, Abraham Hutchinson, 70, farmer, Rachel Shoemaker, 66. All born in NJ.

Matthias Veal1

M, b. circa 1800
Last Edited14 Jun 2008
Birth*circa 1800Matthias Veal was born circa 1800 at Gloucester Co. (now Atlantic Co.), New Jersey.1 
He was the son of John Veal and Sarah Golden.1 

Citations

  1. [S548] Atlantic County NJ Wills (online): Will of John Veal of Hamilton Twp. Atlantic County, New Jersey -11 Sep 1838, proved 24 Nov 1842. www.atlanticlibrary.org/willspdf/00000035.pdf.

Nancy Veal1

F, b. 1832
Last Edited20 Aug 2014
Marriage*Nancy Veal married (?) Edwards.2 
Birth*1832Nancy Veal was born in 1832 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of David R. Veal and Ann Stewart.1 
Married NameHer married name was Edwards.2 
Event-Misc*between 1858 and 1859Nancy Veal was Joseph L. Veal was Assessor from 1858-59, and Enos Veal held the same position from 1864-65. between 1858 and 1859 at Porchtown, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
21 December 1850Franklin Twp., New JerseyNancy Veal appeared on the census of 21 December 1850 in the household of David R. Veal at Franklin Twp., New Jersey.4

Family

(?) Edwards

Citations

  1. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1850 US Federal Census, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ,
    M432_451; Page: 23, 351/357. 21 Dec 1850. David Veal 58, farmer, Nancy, 59, Joseph, 22, Nancy, 17 and Mary Ann Craver, 9. All born NJ.
  2. [S38] Individual contact, Mark Parsons e-mail 26 May 2008.

    David VEAL, will, Gloucester Co. 20 Feb 1872, of Franklin Twp.
    Daughter: Sara Ann RILE $25
    Children divided the rest of the estate:
    John S. VEAL, Scoby S. VEAL, Enos VEAL, Phebe A. EDWARDS, Susan EVERINGHAM, Neomi DUNUM (DUNHAM). Joseph P. VEAL and Nancy EDWARDS.

    John VEAL b 1769 d 1842 m Sarah; lived at what is now Buena, Atlantic Co NJ
    o. David VEAL b 1792 d 1872 Franklin Twp Gloucester Co NJ 2m Ann Nancy.
  3. [S36] Cushing and Sheppard, History of Salem, Cumberland & Gloucester Cos., NJ.
  4. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1850 US Federal Census, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ,
    M432_451; Page: 23, 351/357. 21 Dec 1850. David Veal 58, farmer, Nancy, 59, Joseph, 22, Nancy, 17 and Mary Ann Craver, 9.

Nehemiah Veal1

M, b. 1749, d. circa 11 November 1775
Last Edited4 Apr 2011
Marriage*Nehemiah Veal married Anna Conners.2 
Birthcirca 1701Nehemiah Veal was born circa 1701 at Cardiff, Wales.2 
Birth*1749He was born in 1749 at Cumberland Co., New Jersey; This birth date makes much more sense given the birth date of son John. Perhaps Nehemiah was son of Nehemiah Sr.3 
Death*circa 11 November 1775He died circa 11 November 1775 at Deerfield, Cumberland Co., New Jersey. 
Burial*11 November 1775He was buried on 11 November 1775 at Deerfield Presbyterian Cemetery, Deerfield, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.4 
NoteSeems to be a missing generation (s) here. 
Religion*1735He was subscribed to Greenwich Presbyterian Church. 

Family 1

Anna Conners b. circa 1705
Marriage*He married Anna Conners.2 

Family 2

Child 1.John Veal+1 b. 1769, d. Nov 1842

Citations

  1. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.vealefamily.com/200_John_Veal_1769.htm on 26 May 2008
    John Veal
    Birth - 1769
    Death - 1842
    Wife - Sarah
    Children:
    Henry Veal (b. 1789, d. 1863 Buena Vista)
    David Veal (b 1792, d. 1872 Franklin Township)
    John Veal II (b. 1800, d. ???)
    Daniel Veal (b. 1803, d. 1873)
    Mathias Veal (b. 1806)
    Rebecca Veal (b. 1813, d. 1867)


    John Veal was an early resident of Buena, New Jersey; Trustee of Friendship United Methodist Church (FUMC) in 1808

    John Veal's Will


    Parents:
    Nehemiah Veal.
  2. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://cowaro.com/Genealogy/Surname_file/Veal.html on 2008 June 15.
  3. [S251] Unknown author, Ancestry Web Site, Numerous family trees list Nehemiah Veal b 1749 d 1775 (on 2008 June 15).
  4. [S150] Unknown author, Early Records of Cumberland County New Jersey.

Neomi Veal1

F
Last Edited26 May 2008
Neomi Veal was the daughter of David R. Veal and Ann Stewart.1 
Marriage*Neomi Veal married (?) Dunham.1 
Married NameHer married name was Dunham.1 

Family

(?) Dunham

Citations

  1. [S38] Individual contact, Mark Parsons e-mail 26 May 2008.

    David VEAL, will, Gloucester Co. 20 Feb 1872, of Franklin Twp.
    Daughter: Sara Ann RILE $25
    Children divided the rest of the estate:
    John S. VEAL, Scoby S. VEAL, Enos VEAL, Phebe A. EDWARDS, Susan EVERINGHAM, Neomi DUNUM (DUNHAM). Joseph P. VEAL and Nancy EDWARDS.

    John VEAL b 1769 d 1842 m Sarah; lived at what is now Buena, Atlantic Co NJ
    o. David VEAL b 1792 d 1872 Franklin Twp Gloucester Co NJ 2m Ann Nancy.

Phebe A. Veal1

F, d. 19 December 1895
Last Edited8 Sep 2008
Phebe A. Veal was the daughter of David R. Veal and Ann Stewart.1 
Marriage*6 November 1841Phebe A. Veal married James Edwards on 6 November 1841 at Gloucester Co.1,2 
Death*19 December 1895Phebe A. Veal died on 19 December 1895 at Clayton, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Married NameHer married name was Edwards.1 
Name Variation6 November 1841 As of 6 November 1841, Phebe A. Veal was also known as Phebe Ann Veal.4 

Family

James Edwards

Citations

  1. [S38] Individual contact, Mark Parsons e-mail 26 May 2008.

    David VEAL, will, Gloucester Co. 20 Feb 1872, of Franklin Twp.
    Daughter: Sara Ann RILE $25
    Children divided the rest of the estate:
    John S. VEAL, Scoby S. VEAL, Enos VEAL, Phebe A. EDWARDS, Susan EVERINGHAM, Neomi DUNUM (DUNHAM). Joseph P. VEAL and Nancy EDWARDS.

    John VEAL b 1769 d 1842 m Sarah; lived at what is now Buena, Atlantic Co NJ
    o. David VEAL b 1792 d 1872 Franklin Twp Gloucester Co NJ 2m Ann Nancy.
  2. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Record: #42787
    Groom : Edwards, James (E363) Bride : Veal, Phebe Ann (V400)
    Residence : Residence :
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :

    Marriage Date : 11/6/1841 Official : Sleeper, Jos. J., Minister
    Location : City/State :
    Source : Certificates of Gloucester Co. Source Date : 2/22/1842
    Notes : Jos. J. Sleeper, Minister of Gospel. Filed as shown.
  3. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, File Number: #19298
    Person : Phebe A. Edwards
    Address :


    Death Date : Age:
    Survivors: Son-in-law, Lorenzo Downs Undertaker:
    Undertaker Location:
    Location of Death : Cemetery : Zion
    Cemetery Location : Centerton, NJ
    Source : Gloucester Co. Democrat Source date : 12/19/1895
    Notes : Died Sunday night at son-in-law's home and buried Wednesday morning. Found under Clayton News.
  4. [S235] Unknown author, Gloucester County Historical Society Web site marriage records database, Record: #42787
    Groom : Edwards, James (E363) Bride : Veal, Phebe Ann (V400)
    Residence : Residence :
    Father : Father :
    Mother : Mother :

    Marriage Date : 11/6/1841 Official : Sleeper, Jos. J., Minister
    Location : City/State :
    Source : Certificates of Gloucester Co. Source Date : 2/22/1842
    Notes : Jos. J. Sleeper, Minister of Gospel. Filed as shown.

Rebekah Veal1

F, b. circa 1795
Last Edited14 Jun 2008
Birth*circa 1795Rebekah Veal was born circa 1795 at Gloucester Co. (now Atlantic Co.), New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of John Veal and Sarah Golden.1 
Marriage*circa 1825Rebekah Veal married (?) Veniman circa 1825.1 
Married Namecirca 1825 As of circa 1825,her married name was Veniman.1 

Family

(?) Veniman

Citations

  1. [S548] Atlantic County NJ Wills (online): Will of John Veal of Hamilton Twp. Atlantic County, New Jersey -11 Sep 1838, proved 24 Nov 1842. www.atlanticlibrary.org/willspdf/00000035.pdf.

Sarah Veal1

F, b. 1825
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
Birth*1825Sarah Veal was born in 1825 at New Jersey.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
8 June 1870Bridgeton, Ward 3, New JerseySarah Veal appeared on the census of 8 June 1870 in the household of David Veal at Bridgeton, Ward 3, New Jersey; don't know who Sarah Veal, age 45, is.2

Citations

  1. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1870 US Federal Census, Bridgeton Ward 3, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M593_859; Page: 182; 8 Jun 1870, 124/136.
    David Veal 75, farmer
    Sarah Veal 45, keeping house
    Anabell Craig 24, house servant
    Edwin Craig 11, keeping house
    All born in NJ.
  2. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, David Veal household, 1870 US Federal Census, Bridgeton Ward 3, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: M593_859; Page: 182; 8 Jun 1870, 124/136.
    David Veal 75, farmer
    Sarah Veal 45, keeping house
    Anabell Craig 24, house servant
    Edwin Craig 11, keeping house
    All born in NJ.