!Mary Eliza died of the flux in 1873.
SOURCES Margie Coffey Jessie Harvey Krueger Mark Kelley,
Littleton, CO CEMETERIES OF ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Vol. 1.
Columbia, KY: Adair County Library, 1984. Page 124. "Mary E.
Coffey, daughter of J.A. and M.A. Coffey, 8-17-1873, age: 8
years 8 days." U.S. Census - 1870. Kentucky, Adair Co.,
Leatherwood Twp., Breeding, page 17,
Wife: Agnes Gascoigne
Wife's Mother: Elizabeth Mowbray
Name: Agnes Gascoigne
Spouse: Robert (Sir) Constable
Birth Date: 1389
Birth Place: OF HAREWOOD, YORKS, ENG
Death Date: WD 1466
Parents: Elizabeth Mowbray
Children: Robert (Sir) Constable
Robert (Sir) Constable
Albert Humrickhouse was born May 5, 1787 in Philadelphia PA.
He died July 12, 1864, during Jubal Early's invasion of
Shepherdstown on his way into Maryland on his way toward
Washington. His wife was Elizabeth Weise, born 1793 in
Hagerstown, MD, died Feb 18, 1847 in Shepherdstown. They were
married March 26, 1811, in Washington Co., MD. Their children
John Ferdinand 1812-1814
Albert Post 1814-1834
Maria Christiana Dec 4, 1815-?; married Smith Hunsicker Oct 23
1833, and went with him to Arkansas. He died there. She
married W. B. Kerney.
Elizabeth Augusta Sept 1, 1817 - 1901 in Frostburg MD. She
married the Rev. Henry Bishop, a Lutheran pastor Dec 15, 1841
(The entire Humrickhouse family were active Lutherans). They
had 8 children and lived in OH, PA, MD, and IA during their life
times. It is from this line from which I descend.
Margaret Catherine, Aug 30 1818-?
James Jewett, 1822-1824
Amanda Samanna Oct 12, 1824-Jun 7, 1866 in Shepherdstown.
Married Grandison Templin Licklider Nov 4, 1847 in
Shepherdstown. They had 7 children, the last of whom, born in
1861 is named William Pendleton Licklider, after his uncle,
James William, I presume.
Thomas Oscar July 12 1826-July 12, 1826
Henrietta Frances Oct 2 1827-Nov 15, 1827
The Humrick-house family goes back through Albert's father Peter
(who had 13 children and lived in Hagerstown) and fought in the
Revolutionary War, to Joannes, who was born Germany, and arrived
in the U.S. in the mid 1700s. Albert was a prosperous merchant
in Shepherdstown. He ran a general store, and owned a coach
line that moved people and
goods from the Ohio River to Maryland. His father Peter built
coaches in Hagerstown. Albert was also was postmaster, since
the mail came in by coach."
Father: Daniel Page Sr. ; Mother: Ann Marsh;
Author: Ermina Jett Darnell
Title: Lindsays of the World
Author: Ken Lindsay
Text: Anthony Lindsay Sr., in my opinion, was born 1705 and
Stepney, London, England. It has not been proven; however, many
of us believe he was the son of Samuel Lindsay and Elizabeth
______. Nobody seems to know when he died; however, there is
reason to believe he may have died in Baltimore Co. MD. If so,
he is probably buried in that county. See 1730-1 Maryland
Colonial Wills, Prince Georges Co, folio20, page 158. It appears
that Francis Tolson paid Anthony's way from England to the
Maryland Colony. Anthony married Tolson's stepdaughter, Alice
Page, about 1725. She was born about 1700, probably in
London,England and was the daughter of ____ Page and Ann Marsh.
We do not know when or where she died.
"The Washington Connection- A Royal Pedigree," by J.E. Cobb,
Jr., Col. USA (retired), with contributions from the staff,
Mount Vernon Ladies Association and W. Blount Stewart; Durant
Publishing Co. 1979, shows that John WASHINGTON "of Warton"
married Margaret KYTSON, sister of Sir Thomas KYTSON, alderman
Lawrence WASHINGTON of Sulgrave Manor b: 1500 d: 19 Feb 1583/84
Jane WASHINGTON + Humphrey GARDINER of Cockerham
Laurence Washington Esq.
"16. John Washington. Born 1465/1470. Died About 1530. He
married Margaret Kytson, daughter of Robert Kytson. Born