Howey and Mrak Genealogy - Person Page 492

Diane Tilden1

F
Last Edited6 Nov 1999
Marriage*Diane Tilden married Karl V. Kirchhoff Sr., son of Henry Carl Kirchhoff and Elsie Newcomb Sharp

Citations

  1. [S164] Inc. Brøderbund Software, World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #3237, Date of Import: Nov 6, 1999.

Ethel M. Tilghman1

F, b. 1904
Last Edited2 Dec 2008
Birth*1904Ethel M. Tilghman was born in 1904 at Pennsylvania.2 
She was the daughter of Thomas S. Tilghman and Mary N. Webb.3,1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
April 1910Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaEthel M. Tilghman appeared on the census of April 1910 in the household of Henry Kelley Webb and Lydia E. Kensil at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3
3 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaEthel M. Tilghman appeared on the census of 3 January 1920 in the household of Maggie A. Steinmetz at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.4

Citations

  1. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54,.
  2. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. Webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54, wife, 2 children, 2 living. Mary N. Tilghman, daughter, 26, married 1, 12 years, 2 children, 2 living, forewoman at baseball factory. Grandchildren Harry W. Tilghman, 10 and Ethel M., 6. Living as boarders are Maggie A. Steinmetz, 29, married 1, 3 children, 2 living, Ida M. Steinmetz, 13, and Mabel A. Steinmetz, 9. All born PA, with parents born in PA. All are literate.
  3. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. Webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54, wife, 2 children, 2 living. Mary N. Tilghman, daughter, 26, married 1, 12 years, 2 children, 2 living, forewoman at baseball factory. Grandchildren Harry W. Tilghman, 10 and Ethel M., 6. Living as boarders are Maggie A. Steinmetz, 29, married 1, 3 children, 2 living, Ida M. Steinmetz, 13, and Mabel A. Steinmetz, 9. All born PA, with parents born in PA. All are literat.
  4. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Mary A. Steinmetz household, 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Roll: T625_1644 Page: 1A ED: 1634. 4412 Eighteenth St., dwelling 3, family 3. Marg A. Steinmetz, head, 37, widow, Harry W. Tillman, 20, son, single, Ethel M. Tillman, daughter, 16, Lyda E. Webb, 63, widow. All born PA and both parents born PA.

Harry W. Tilghman1

M, b. October 1899
Last Edited23 Sep 2004
Birth*October 1899Harry W. Tilghman was born in October 1899 at Pennsylvania.1,2 
He was the son of Thomas S. Tilghman and Mary N. Webb.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
June 1900Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaHarry W. Tilghman appeared on the census of June 1900 in the household of Henry Kelley Webb at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3
April 1910Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaHarry W. Tilghman appeared on the census of April 1910 in the household of Henry Kelley Webb and Lydia E. Kensil at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.4
3 January 1920Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaHarry W. Tilghman appeared on the census of 3 January 1920 in the household of Maggie A. Steinmetz at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.5

Citations

  1. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54,.
  2. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Henry K. Webb household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, PA, Ward 18, ED 346, Roll T623-1459, page 2A, family 33.
    Henry K. Webb, head, M, age 45, born Apr 1855, years married 26, brass moulder, born PA, father born ALBANY, mother born PA.
    Lyda E. Webb, F, wife, age 45, born May 1855, years married 26, 2 children, 2 still living. Self, mother and father born in PA. No occupation.
    William H. Webb, M, son, age 16, born May 1884, horseshoer, Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Family 34
    Thomas Tilghman, head, M, age 26, married 3 years, born Apr 1874, boilermaker. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Mary A. Tilghman, wife, 17, age 17, born Oct 1882, married 3 years. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Harry W. Tilghman, age 8/12, born Oct 1899. Self, mother and father born in PA.
  3. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Henry K. Webb household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, PA, Ward 18, ED 346, Roll T623-1459, page 2A, family 33.
    Henry K. Webb, head, M, age 45, born Apr 1855, years married 26, brass moulder, born PA, father born ALBANY, mother born PA.
    Lyda E. Webb, F, wife, age 45, born May 1855, years married 26, 2 children, 2 still living. Self, mother and father born in PA. No occupation.
    William H. Webb, M, son, age 16, born May 1884, horseshoer, Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Family 34
    Thomas Tilghman, head, M, age 26, married 3 years, boilermaker. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Mary A. Tilghman, wife, 17, age 17, born Oct 1882, married 3 years. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Harry W. Tilghman, age 8/12, born Oct 1899. Self, mother and father born in PA.
  4. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. Webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54, wife, 2 children, 2 living. Mary N. Tilghman, daughter, 26, married 1, 12 years, 2 children, 2 living, forewoman at baseball factory. Grandchildren Harry W. Tilghman, 10 and Ethel M., 6. Living as boarders are Maggie A. Steinmetz, 29, married 1, 3 children, 2 living, Ida M. Steinmetz, 13, and Mabel A. Steinmetz, 9. All born PA, with parents born in PA. All are literat.
  5. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Mary A. Steinmetz household, 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Roll: T625_1644 Page: 1A ED: 1634. 4412 Eighteenth St., dwelling 3, family 3. Marg A. Steinmetz, head, 37, widow, Harry W. Tillman, 20, son, single, Ethel M. Tillman, daughter, 16, Lyda E. Webb, 63, widow. All born PA and both parents born PA.

Thomas S. Tilghman1

M, b. April 1874
Last Edited20 Aug 2014
Birth*April 1874Thomas S. Tilghman was born in April 1874 at Pennsylvania.2 
Marriage*16 May 1897He married Mary N. Webb, daughter of Henry Kelley Webb and Lydia E. Kensil, on 16 May 1897 at Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey.3,2,4 
Occupation*June 1900Thomas S. Tilghman was boilermaker in June 1900 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2 
Event-Misc*25 March 1912He and Henry Kelley Webb were Henry K. Webb had son-law-law named Thomas S. Tilghman on 25 March 1912 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.5 
Residence*25 March 1912Thomas S. Tilghman lived on 25 March 1912 at 722 Gaul St., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.5 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
June 1900Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThomas S. Tilghman appeared on the census of June 1900 in the household of Henry Kelley Webb at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.6

Family

Mary N. Webb b. October 1882, d. circa 1940
Children 1.Harry W. Tilghman7 b. Oct 1899
 2.Ethel M. Tilghman8 b. 1904

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, Philadelphia Public Ledger, March 25, 1912.
    WEBB, Henry Kelley. Suddenly, on March 23, 1912. Husband of Lydia E. Webb (nee Kenslil) (sic) and son of the late Hanford and Mary A. Webb. Relatives and friends, also employees of Cramp & Co.'s brass foundry, are invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. from the residence of his son-in-law, Thomas S. Tilghman, 722 Gaul St. To proceed to Palmer Vault. Interment private. Remains may be viewed on Tuesday from 8 until 10 p.m.
    This obit received via e-mail from Esther Branne 9 Jul 2001.
  2. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Henry K. Webb household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, PA, Ward 18, ED 346, Roll T623-1459, page 2A, family 33.
    Henry K. Webb, head, M, age 45, born Apr 1855, years married 26, brass moulder, born PA, father born ALBANY, mother born PA.
    Lyda E. Webb, F, wife, age 45, born May 1855, years married 26, 2 children, 2 still living. Self, mother and father born in PA. No occupation.
    William H. Webb, M, son, age 16, born May 1884, horseshoer, Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Family 34
    Thomas Tilghman, head, M, age 26, married 3 years, born Apr 1874, boilermaker. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Mary A. Tilghman, wife, 17, age 17, born Oct 1882, married 3 years. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Harry W. Tilghman, age 8/12, born Oct 1899. Self, mother and father born in PA.
  3. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54, wife, 2 children, 2 living. Mary N. Tilghman, daughter, 26, married 1, 12 years, 2 children, 2 living, forewoman at baseball factory. Grandchildren Harry W. Tilghman, 10 and Ethel M., 6. Living as boarders are Maggie A. Steinmetz, 29, married 1, 3 children, 2 living, Ida M. Steinmetz, 13, and Mabel A. Steinmetz, 9. All born PA, wit parents born in PA. All are literate.
  4. [S61] Newspaper notice, 1897-05-21 Philadelphia Inquirer.
    Marriage occured on Sunday last (16 May 1897) in Camden New Jersey. Performed by Rev. Mr. Burrell.

    Article transcription
    IS ONLY FIFTEEN AND YET A BRIDE
    Thomas Tilghman Takes Mary A. Webb to Camden and to a Minister.
    HER FATHER INDIGNANT
    Says He Will Prosecute the Young Man, and in the Meantime Has the Girl Housed.
    WAS WEDDED IN SECRET
    The Groom Had Known the Bride From Her Childhood and Been Warned to Keep Away.

    A secret marriage, which occurred on Sunday last in the New Jersey Mecca of clandestine nuptials, has transformed a Kensington home into a veritable vale of tears. The contracting parties were Miss Mary A. Webb, whose parents reside at No. 712 East Thompson street, and Thomas Tilghman, of 2103 American street.
         Miss Webb, according to the family chronicles, will not witness the dawn of her fifteenth year until October next, though when she faced the well-known Rev. Mr. Burrell she laid claim to eighteen years and three months of existence.
         It is the youth of the bride that is causing all the trouble, and Henry K. Webb, her father, swears that he will leave no stone unturned to annul the contract. Meanwhile the Webb family is broken-hearted over the affair, and while father and mother talked about it yesterday their eyes constantly filled with tears.
    A FATHER’S MISERY.
         In a broken voice the father said: “This man has taken my idol from me and she is a mere child. I knew nothing of her having any such intentions and was ignorant of what had occurred until I read the published account of it this morning. Mary has known Tilghman since she was a child, but I never saw them together except once last fall, when I found them talking on a street corner. I told the man then that I did not permit my daughter to have male company, and warned him to stay away from her. Now he has run off with her, but he shall never get her if I can help it.”
    THE YOUTHFUL BRIDE
         The girl is a slight, pretty brunette, and looks somewhat older than the fifteen years her family allot to her. The young husband is a morocco finisher, and is said to be hard-working and reliable. He is, from all accounts, very much in love with his child-wife and does not consider that he has committed any crime in marrying her. The wife is to all appearances as much in love with him, and neither can understand why there is such a sea of parental objection to the union.
         Mr. Webb says he will begin proceedings to-day to have the marriage annulled on the ground of youth of his daughter. He has no charges to make against the character of young Tilghman, with whose father he is very intimate, but he bitterly denounces the runaway.
         He saw Mr. Burrell in Camden yesterday, but got little satisfaction beyond being told that the girl swore to 18 years and looked as though she might be fully that age.
         Meanwhile young Tilghman is in a most unenviable position. He wants his wife, but she is safely housed in her father’s home and there seems to be little chance of getting her out until the Webbs come to some agreement.
  5. [S61] Newspaper notice, Philadelphia Public Ledger, March 25, 1912.
    WEBB, Henry Kelley. Suddenly, on March 23, 1912. Husband of Lydia E. Webb (nee Kenslil) (sic) and son of the late Hanford and Mary A. Webb. Relatives and friends, also employees of Cramp & Co.'s brass foundry, are invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. from the residence of his son-in-law, Thomas S. Tilghman, 722 Gaul St. To proceed to Palmer Vault. Interment private. Remains may be viewed on Tuesday from 8 until 10 p.m.
    This obit received via e-mail from Esther Brannen 9 Jul 2001.
  6. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Henry K. Webb household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Philadelphia, PA, Ward 18, ED 346, Roll T623-1459, page 2A, family 33.
    Henry K. Webb, head, M, age 45, born Apr 1855, years married 26, brass moulder, born PA, father born ALBANY, mother born PA.
    Lyda E. Webb, F, wife, age 45, born May 1855, years married 26, 2 children, 2 still living. Self, mother and father born in PA. No occupation.
    William H. Webb, M, son, age 16, born May 1884, horseshoer, Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Family 34
    Thomas Tilghman, head, M, age 26, married 3 years, boilermaker. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Mary A. Tilghman, wife, 17, age 17, born Oct 1882, married 3 years. Self, mother and father born in PA.
    Harry W. Tilghman, age 8/12, born Oct 1899. Self, mother and father born in PA.
  7. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54,.
  8. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Philadelphia, PA, ED 283, Ward 18 (part of) , sheet 5A, T624-1392. Visit 85, Family 87. Enumeration date Apr 1910. Henry K. Webb, 55, married 1, 37 year, head, moulder in stove factory. Lyda E., 54, wife, 2 children, 2 living. Mary N. Tilghman, daughter, 26, married 1, 12 years, 2 children, 2 living, forewoman at baseball factory. Grandchildren Harry W. Tilghman, 10 and Ethel M., 6. Living as boarders are Maggie A. Steinmetz, 29, married 1, 3 children, 2 living, Ida M. Steinmetz, 13, and Mabel A. Steinmetz, 9. All born PA, with parents born in PA. All are literat.

Caroline W. Tilton1

F, b. 17 October 1822
Last Edited7 Feb 2003
Marriage*17 October 1822Caroline W. Tilton married Isaack Lippincott on 17 October 1822 at Shrewsbury Friends Meeting, Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1 
Birth*17 October 1822Caroline W. Tilton was born on 17 October 1822.1 
Married Name17 October 1822 As of 17 October 1822,her married name was Lippincott.1 

Family

Isaack Lippincott b. circa 1797

Citations

  1. [S251] Unknown author, Ancestry Web Site, Full Context of Historical and Genealogical Miscellany: New York and New Jersey, Vols. I-V, 1822, 17, 10mo. Isaack Lippincott , (son of Caleb & Jemima Lippincott , of Northampton, N. J. ), of Freehold , md. to Caroline W. Tilton , (dau. of Amos & Elizabeth Tilton ), of Middletown , at Shrews. : Amy Barkalow listed among the witnesses.

William Timberman1

M
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*William Timberman married Sarah Ayars, daughter of Azariah Ayars and Louisa Dunn.1 

Family

Sarah Ayars

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

William Tinker1

M, b. 24 May 1828, d. 10 January 1893
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*William Tinker married Sarah Jane Ayars, daughter of Amasa Ayars and Sarah Davis.1 
Birth*24 May 1828William Tinker was born on 24 May 1828.1 
Death*10 January 1893He died on 10 January 1893 at Shiloh, Cumberland Co., New Jersey, at age 64.1 
Note*REF: WFT Vol 7, #143.1 

Family

Sarah Jane Ayars b. 25 August 1833, d. 23 June 1887

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Reuben Titsworth1

M, b. 23 December 1763, d. 21 April 1809
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*Reuben Titsworth married Zerviah Ayars, daughter of Joshua Ayars and Zerviah Ayars.1 
Birth*23 December 1763Reuben Titsworth was born on 23 December 1763.1 
Death*21 April 1809He died on 21 April 1809 at age 45.1 
Note*REF: WFT Vol 7, #143.1 

Family

Zerviah Ayars b. 1 August 1772

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Mercy Titus1

F, b. 17 March 1664/65
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Birth*17 March 1664/65Mercy Titus was born on 17 March 1664/65 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.1 
Marriage*9 January 1682/83She married Richard Bowen, son of Thomas Bowen and Elizabeth Nichols, on 9 January 1682/83 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.1 
Note*REF: Ancestral Lines by Carl Boyer.1 
Married NameHer married name was Bowen.1 

Family

Richard Bowen b. August 1658, d. 1736
Children 1.Elizabeth Bowen1 b. 11 Nov 1684
 2.Abijah Bowen1 b. 10 Apr 1687
 3.Thomas Bowen1 b. 20 Aug 1689
 4.Damaries Bowen1 b. 26 Apr 1692
 5.Jabesh Bowen1 b. 19 Oct 1696
 6.Ebenezer Bowen1 b. 23 Aug 1699
 7.Urania Bowen1 b. 23 Sep 1707

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Nancy Tolron1

F
Last Edited23 Nov 2011
Marriage*Nancy Tolron married Benjamin Taylor.1 
Birth*Nancy Tolron was born at Craven Co., North Carolina.1 
Married NameHer married name was Taylor.1 

Family

Benjamin Taylor
Child 1.Mary E. Taylor+1 b. 17 Nov 1852, d. 18 Jun 1918

Citations

  1. [S547] FamilySearch Record Search, online www.familysearch.com, name:     Mary E. Ballard
    titles & terms (original):     
    titles & terms (standardized):     
    death date:     18 Jun 1918
    death place:     Bridgeton, Craven, North Carolina
    gender:     Female
    race (original):     White
    race (expanded):     White
    age at death:     65y 7m 1d
    estimated birth year:     
    birth date:     17 Nov 1852
    birthplace:     Craven Co., North Carolina
    marital status:     Widowed
    spouse:     Joseph J. Ballard
    spouse's titles & terms (original):     
    spouse's titles & terms (standardized):     
    father:     Benjamin Taylor
    father's titles & terms (original):     
    father's titles & terms (standardized):     
    father's birthplace:     Craven Co., North Carolina
    mother:     Nancy Tolron
    mother's titles & terms (original):     
    mother titles & terms (standardized):     
    mother's birthplace:     Craven Co., North Carolina
    occupation:     House Wife
    residence:     Bridgeton
    cemetery:     Cedar Grove Cemetery
    burial place:     New Bern, North Carolina
    burial date:     19 Jun 1918
    funeral home:     
    informant:     
    additional relatives:     
    gsu film number:     1892354
    digital gs number:     4215352
    image number:     0000591
    volume/page/certificate number:     p 11 cn 6660
    North Carolina Deaths, 1906-1930.

Cattar. Tominich1

F
Last Edited7 Nov 2001
(Witness) Baptism21 November 1819Cattar. Tominich witnessed the baptism of Andreas Mrak on 21 November 1819 at Roman Catholic Church, Lovran, Croatia.1 

Citations

  1. [S238] Unknown author, Lovran Church Records, FHC 2084813, item 8, page 287, Andrea Mrak, baptised 21 November 1819, born to Mattio Mrak and Mattea Zmarich of S. Francisa 67 (Sveti Francisk?). Godparents Giorgio Kersanaz, farmer, and Cattar. Tominich, "rustica."

Nathan Tomlinson1

M
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*10 March 1814Nathan Tomlinson married Abigail Bowen, daughter of Joseph Bowen and Mary Bacon, on 10 March 1814 at Cumberland Co., New Jersey.1 
NoteAbove ref. lists wife as Abigail Randolph.1 
NoteREF: Cumberland Co. Marriages by H. Stanley Craig.1 
Note*REF: David Bedell files.1 

Family

Abigail Bowen b. 15 September 1767

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Susan Tomlinson1

F, b. 1766, d. 10 January 1807
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*Susan Tomlinson married Mark Ayars, son of Isaac Ayars and Mary Ayars.1 
Birth*1766Susan Tomlinson was born in 1766.1 
Death*10 January 1807She died on 10 January 1807.1 
Married NameHer married name was Ayars.1 

Family

Mark Ayars b. circa 1763
Children 1.Almira Ayars+1
 2.Isaac Ayars1
 3.Joseph Ayars1
 4.Jesse Ayars1
 5.Olivia Ayars1
 6.Daniel Ayars1

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Thomas Tomlinson1

M, b. 22 September 1764, d. 5 April 1812
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Birth*22 September 1764Thomas Tomlinson was born on 22 September 1764.1 
Marriage*16 February 1789He married Rachel Ayars, daughter of Jonathan Ayars and Phebe Bowen, on 16 February 1789.1 
Death*5 April 1812Thomas Tomlinson died on 5 April 1812 at age 47.1 
Note*REF: WFT Vol 7, #143.1 

Family

Rachel Ayars b. 21 September 1769, d. 20 March 1839

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

(?) Torbert1

?
Last Edited21 Sep 2005
(?) Torbert was the child of Peter Torbert and Jane (?).1 
Note*Could this unnamed child of Peter Torbert, mentioned in his will, be the Peter Torbert, father of Isaac?1 

Citations

  1. [S371] Kent Co. Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800, p. 330. Torbert, Peter. Will. Made Feb....1781. Murderkill Hd. Heirs: wife Jane; sons John & William; one child unnamed. Execs. Jane & friend James McClemmons. Wits. Major Taylor, John Pryor, John Torbert. Prob. March 28, 1781. Arch vol. A50, pages 236-237. Reg. of Wills, Liber L, folio 227.

Alice Torbert

F, b. 21 November 1757, d. 8 August 1821
Last Edited28 Feb 1999
Birth*21 November 1757Alice Torbert was born on 21 November 1757 at Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 
She was the daughter of James Torbert and Hannah Burleigh
Death*8 August 1821Alice Torbert died on 8 August 1821 at Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania, at age 63. 
Reference*Reference: 3012. 
ReferenceReference: C1F1Z2. 

Amelia Torbert

F, b. 1763, d. 23 October 1803
Last Edited28 Feb 1999
Birth*1763Amelia Torbert was born in 1763 at Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 
She was the daughter of James Torbert and Hannah Burleigh
Death*23 October 1803Amelia Torbert died on 23 October 1803 at Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 
Reference*Reference: 3015. 
ReferenceReference: C1F1Z5. 

Amy Torbert1

F, b. 1878
Last Edited8 Feb 2003
Birth*1878Amy Torbert was born in 1878 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of James M. Torbert and Ann E. Wright.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1880Upper Penns Neck Township, New JerseyAmy Torbert appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of James M. Torbert and Ann E. Wright at Upper Penns Neck Township, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. [S43] 1880 US Federal Census Record, James Torbert Household, Census Place Upper Penns Neck, Salem, New Jersey, Family History Library Film 1254797, NA Film Number T9-0797, Page Number 230B
    Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
    James TORBERT Self M Male W 38 NJ Farmer NJ NJ
    Anna E. TORBERT Wife M Female W 37 NJ Keeping House NJ NJ
    Isaac TORBERT Son S Male W 6 NJ NJ NJ
    Amy TORBERT Dau S Female W 2 NJ NJ NJ
    Samuel WRIGHT Father W Male W 73 NJ NJ NJ.

Ann B. Torbert1

F, b. 1894
Last Edited23 May 2005
Birth*1894Ann B. Torbert was born in 1894 at Delaware.1 
She was the daughter of John Torbert and Mary E. (?).1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
17 April 1910Millville, New JerseyAnn B. Torbert appeared on the census of 17 April 1910 in the household of John Torbert at Millville, New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, John Torbert household, 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule,
    Millville City, Cumberland Co., NJ, Series T624, roll 875, part 2, page
    102B, 230 Second St., 182/185, 17 April 1910.
    John Torbert, M, 61, head, married 28 years, born Delaware, both
    parents born Delaware
    Mary E., wife, F, 52, married 28 years, 7 children, 6 living, born
    Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Charles L, M, 21, son, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Grover, M, son, 19, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Edythe S., F, daughter, 18, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Anna M., F, daughter, 15, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Harry L., M, grandson, 3, born New Jersey, father born Delaware, mother
    born New Jersey.
  2. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, John Torbert household, 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule,
    Millville City, Cumberland Co., NJ, Series T624, roll 875, part 2, page
    102B, 230 Second St., 182/185, 17 April 1910.
    John Torbert, M, 61, head, married 28 years, born Delaware, both
    parents born Delaware
    Mary E., wife, F, 52, married 28 years, 7 children, 6 living, born
    Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Charles L, M, 21, son, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Grover, M, son, 19, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Edythe S., F, daughter, 18, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Anna M., F, daughter, 15, born Delaware, both parents born Delaware
    Harry L., M, grandson, 3, born New Jersey, father born Delaware, mother
    born New Jersey.
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Ann P. Torbert1

F, b. 1858, d. 18 August 1916
Last Edited6 May 2010
Birth*1858Ann P. Torbert was born in 1858 at Delaware.1 
She was the daughter of Peter Torbert and Sarah A. (?).1,2 
Death*18 August 1916Ann P. Torbert died on 18 August 1916 at Dover, Kent Co., Delaware.2 
Name Variation Ann P. Torbert was also known as Ann Eliza Smith.2 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1860Milford Hundred, DelawareAnn P. Torbert appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Peter Torbert at Milford Hundred, Delaware.1

Citations

  1. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, Peter Torbert household, 1860 US Federal Census, population schedule, Milford Hundred, Kent, Delaware, Post Office: Frederica, Roll: M653_95 Page 430. Peter Torbert, M, 42, Sarah A. Torbert, F, 42, William Torbert, M, 17, Sarah E. Torbert, F, 14, Sylvester(?) Torbert, M, 13, John Torbert, M, 11, Susan P. Torbert, F, 3, Ann P. Torbert, F, 1. All were born in Delaware.
  2. [S547] FamilySearch Record Search, online www.familysearch.com, Name: Ann Eliza Smith
    Gender: Female
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    Death Date: 18 Aug 1916
    Death Place: Dover, Kent, Delaware
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    Father's Name: Peter Torbert
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    Mother's Name: Sarah A. Spencer
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    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09442-8
    System Origin: Delaware-EASy
    Source Film Number: 1944038
    Reference Number: 2939
    Collection: Delaware Deaths and Burials, 1815-1955.