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My third great-grandparents Rachel FIRMAN 1794 Clark County, Kentucky to Clark County, Logan County and 1874 Delphos, Van Wert County, Ohio and Edmund TIMMONS 1790 Virginia to Pickaway County, Clark County, Logan County to 1866 Delphos, Van Wert County, Ohio. Only Edmund has a tombstone, although it is almost certain Rachel is also buried in West Side Cemetery Delphos, Allen County, Ohio. Their Evans grandchildren were the first burials in 1847 in this cemetery.

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My fourth great-grandparents Benjamin FOREMAN 1745 Frederick County, Virginia to Clark County, Kentucky to 1828 Clark County, Ohio and second wife Mary "Polly" VanDIVER 1760-1770 to before June 25, 1860 probably in Virginia. In 1796 Benjamin bought 227 acres on the waters of the 4 Mile and Stoner Creeks a few miles south of Winchester the Clark County, Kentucky county seat. This is only 5 miles east of Boonesborough founded by Daniel Boone in 1775. Gerry Simmons research shows Benjamin's first wife was Else or Alsey ALLEN, according to Doug Allen and his father Paul W. Allen. Another Allen Family Tree is here. The Allen's made a similar migration from New Jersey to Virginia.

Benjamin is buried in the Wragg-Tuttle Cemetery which is down a country style grassy lane in the back of his farm bought in 1817 from President James Monroe. He bought several hundred acres of land in 5 parcels right up to his final acreage November 1827 from President John Quincy Adams before Benjamin died in 1828. His tombstone was barely legible in 2003. A Revolutionary War Veteran John S. Craig died March 24, 1838 was originally buried in his family cemetery before removal in 1906 to the Fletcher Chapel Cemetery a mile or so down the road. Gerry Simmons has some tombstone photos on Find-A-Grave.

The Boone Society Clark County GenWeb Daniel Boone
Daniel Boon Adventures Daniel Boone Biography Daniel Boone Homestead
Daniel Boone Homestead Berks County, Pennsylvania Henry Nash Smith: Daniel Boone Fort Boonesborough Foundation
Fort Boonesborough map Fort Boonesborough State Park Whitewater Rafting 4 Mile Creek
Winchester County Seat info

Benjamin FOREMAN's parents are likely the Foreman's found in West Virginia from New Jersey connecting to the 1645 Foreman Family from England. I have not had time to study recently found documents I've received nor to look for my own.

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