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Karen Worley's Genealogy Database - Person Page 65

Karen Worley's Genealogy Database
Person Page 65

       

William Allen Russell

Last Edited 3 Nov 2002

Marriage 1871  William Allen Russell married Margaret Hannah Waters, daughter of James Waters and Hannah Lawrence, in 1871.1 

Family Margaret Hannah Waters b. 1 July 1852, d. 5 January 1931

Citations
  1. [S533] Waters, Steve. Website, on line at http://www.foxinternet.net/web2/steveh2os.

William Aird
b. 31 July 1823

Father Andrew Aird1,2
Mother Alice Campbell1,2
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Nov 2003

Christening 31 July 1823  William Aird was christened on 31 July 1823 at Livingston, Midlothian (now West Lothian), Scotland.3 
Birth 26 June 1823  He was born on 26 June 1823 at Livingston Parish, Ploughhall, County West Lothian, then Midlothian, Scotland.4 
  He was the son of Andrew Aird and Alice Campbell.1,2 
Marriage December 1846  William Aird married Margaret Wyper, daughter of John Wyper and Jane or Jean Russell, in December 1846 at New Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.5 
Marriage between 1861 and 1864  William Aird married Matilda ? between 1861 and 1864. 
Note   The births of some of these children are recorded in church or civil records that are on line in the IGI and some of them are not. Margaret's birth and christening are both recorded, and Alison/Allice is not recorded at all. I assume this means their parents moved around somewhat and some of the records were in churches that are not on line. I think it has to be the same set of parents, because all births/christenings are listed as the children of William Aird and Margaret Wyper. 
Note   The evidence that William Aird husband of Margaret is the same William Aird who was the son of Andrew and Alice is as follows: Based on his age in the 1861 and 1871 census, he was born between April 1823 and April 1824. In the 1871 census it says he was born in Lochnell, Argyle, but in both 1861 and 1881 it says he was born in Midcalder, Midlothian. The IGI has a christening record of a William Aird in the right year in the town of Livingston, which is the closest town to the village of Mid Calder. Mid Calder is in modern-day West Lothian, but was formerly in Midlothian. Also, the William Aird in this Christening record has parents named Andrew and Alice, which were both names given to our William's children. 
Census 1861  William Aird appeared on the census of 1861 at Bothwell District, Mossend Village, Lanarkshire, Scotland, as follows: William Aird widower 37, shingler iron, b Midlothian Midcalder
Andrew son 11 scholar b Lanarks. New Monkland
Alison dau 9 scholar b Lanarks. Old Monkland
Margaret Aird Ant unmarried 62 housekeeper b England.6 
Census 1871  William Aird appeared on the census of 1871 at Bothwell District, Lanarkshire, Scotland, as follows: #3 Thornbank Cottage
William Aird 47, Iron Shingler, b Argyle Lochnell
Matilda, wife, 48, b Linlithgow Livingston
Allice 19, dau, Gen Sert. Linlithgow Livingston
Thomas 7, son, scholar, Bothwell, Lanark.7 
(Witness) Census 1881  William Aird appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Andrew Aird at Civil Parish of Bothwell, Village of Mossend, Lanarkshire, Scotland.8 

Family 1 Margaret Wyper b. 1 September 1822, d. between 1859 and 1861
Marriage December 1846  William Aird married Margaret Wyper, daughter of John Wyper and Jane or Jean Russell, in December 1846 at New Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.5 
Children  1. Jane Russell Aird b. 21 Nov 18473
  2. Andrew Aird+ b. 23 Sep 18499
  3. Alison Aird b. c 185210
  4. William Aird b. 28 Apr 1857, d. b 18613
  5. Margaret Russell Aird b. 4 Jul 1859, d. b 18613

Family 2 Matilda ?
Marriage between 1861 and 1864  William Aird married Matilda ? between 1861 and 1864. 
Child  1. Thomas Aird b. c 1864

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record. See note on William's birth.
  2. [S875] Surname Index to Christenings in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/West Lothian, microfiche 2 of 7.
  3. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".
  4. [S884] Old Parochial Registers, 1639-1855, Parish Church of Livingstone Church of Scotland.: Baptisms 1819-1854, 1823.
  5. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record".
  6. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Heading says "Extract of an entry in the records for the Census of Scotland of April 8rd, 1861. Held in the custody of the General Register Office for Scotland, New Rigister House, Edinburgh."
  7. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Heading says "Extract of an entry in the records for the Census of Scotland of April 3rd, 1871. Held in the custody of the General Register Office for Scotland, New Rigister House, Edinburgh."
  8. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Handwritten heading says "Census 1881". It appears to be a photocopy of the actual census pages, rather than a transcription.
  9. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Marriage record of Andrew Aird to Jemima Drummond.
  10. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, 1871 and 1861 census, see listing for William Aird.

Margaret Wyper
b. 1 September 1822, d. between 1859 and 1861

Father John Wyper1 b. circa 1791
Mother Jane or Jean Russell2 b. circa 1795
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Nov 2003

Christening 1 September 1822  Margaret Wyper was christened on 1 September 1822 at New Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.3 
Birth 8 August 1822  She was born on 8 August 1822 at New Monkland Parish, County Lanark, Scotland.3 
  She was the daughter of John Wyper and Jane or Jean Russell.1,2 
Marriage December 1846  Margaret Wyper married William Aird, son of Andrew Aird and Alice Campbell, in December 1846 at New Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.4 
Death between 1859 and 1861  Margaret Wyper died between 1859 and 1861. 
Note   I cannot prove that the Margaret Wyper who was the daughter of John Wiper and Jane Russell christened 1822 in New Monkland is the same Margaret Wyper who married Andrew Aird, but there is good evidence to the fact. First, William Aird was born in 1823, so Margaret would probably have been near to the same age. Second, they were married in New Monkland, and third, they named their firstborn Jane Russell Aird. Needs further research. 

Family William Aird b. 31 July 1823
Children  1. Jane Russell Aird b. 21 Nov 18475
  2. Andrew Aird+ b. 23 Sep 18496
  3. Alison Aird b. c 1852
  4. William Aird b. 28 Apr 1857, d. b 18615
  5. Margaret Russell Aird b. 4 Jul 1859, d. b 18615

Citations
  1. [S875] Surname Index to Christenings in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/Lanark, microfiche 35 of 35.
  2. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, Not an extracted record, submitted by an LDS church member. But because they have a specific christening date, it would seem to be reliable.
  3. [S883] Old Parochial Registers, 1693-1855, Parish Church of New Monkland Church of Scotland.: Births and Baptisms 1819-1842, 1822.
  4. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted marriage record for locality listed in the record".
  5. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".
  6. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Marriage record of Andrew Aird to Jemima Drummond.

William Aird
b. 28 April 1857, d. before 1861

Father William Aird1 b. 31 July 1823
Mother Margaret Wyper1 b. 1 September 1822, d. between 1859 and 1861
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 Aug 2003

Birth 28 April 1857  William Aird was born on 28 April 1857 at Bothwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 
  He was the son of William Aird and Margaret Wyper.1 
Death before 1861  William Aird died before 1861. 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".

Alison Aird
b. circa 1852

Father William Aird1 b. 31 July 1823
Mother Margaret Wyper b. 1 September 1822, d. between 1859 and 1861
Pedigree

Last Edited 16 Aug 2003

Birth circa 1852  Alison Aird was born circa 1852. 
  She was the daughter of William Aird and Margaret Wyper.1 

Citations
  1. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, 1871 and 1861 census, see listing for William Aird.

Rev. David Drummond
b. 11 September 1806

Father William Drummond1 b. 14 November 1784
Mother Ann Groves1
Pedigree

Last Edited 18 Nov 2003

Birth 11 September 1806  Rev. David Drummond was born on 11 September 1806 at South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1,2 
Christening 11 September 1806  He was christened on 11 September 1806 at Parish of South Leith, County Midlothian, Scotland.2 
  He was the son of William Drummond and Ann Groves.1 
Marriage 26 March 1832  Rev. David Drummond married Margaret Dickie, daughter of William Dickie and Agnes Young, on 26 March 1832 at Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.3 
Note   I cannot prove that the Daivd Drummond whose birth record is found in 1806 in Leith South is the same David Drummond who married Margaret Dickie, but the birth year matches David's in the 1861 census, the place of birth matches David's in the 1861 census, and the mother's name of Groves matches the middle name of one of David and Jemima's daughters. 
Census 1841  Rev. David Drummond appeared on the census of 1841 at Parish of South Leith, County Edinburgh, Scotland, as follows: David Drummond 30 tailor
Margt 30
William 8
Agnes 6
David 4
Edward 8 months
The ages of adults in the 1841 census were rounded to the nearest five years, so these are not their exact ages. This district was described as "in the Kirkgate just below ?Mevis Close, ? down the East side of Kirkgate to Coatfield Lane, including Mortons entry and all other entries in that space."4 
Census 1861  Rev. David Drummond appeared on the census of 1861 at Bothwell District, Lanarkshire, Scotland, as follows: Manse
Revd. David Drummond, head, 54, Minister Congregational Chapel, b Midlothian
Margaret, wife, 54 b "do"
Jamima daur, 14, b Ayrshire
Mary Ann, daur, 12, b Caithness
Elizabeth, daur, 7 b England.5 

Family Margaret Dickie b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Marriage 26 March 1832  He married Margaret Dickie, daughter of William Dickie and Agnes Young, on 26 March 1832 at Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.3 
Children  1. William Drummond b. c 18334
  2. Agnes Young Drummond b. 11 May 18356
  3. David Drummond b. 14 Mar 18376
  4. Edward Drummond b. 12 Oct 18406
  5. Jemima Morrison Drummond+ b. 9 May 1846, d. c 19017,8
  6. Mary Anne Groves Drummond b. 11 Aug 18489
  7. William Drummond b. 17 Feb 18536
  8. Elizabeth Drummond b. 1854

Citations
  1. [S875] Surname Index to Christenings in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/Midlothian, microfiche 13 of 44.
  2. [S885] Parish Registers 1588-1857, Parish Church of South Leith Church of Scotland.: Baptisms 1781-1819, 1806.
  3. [S876] Surname Index to Marriages in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/Midlothain, microfiche 8 of 29.
  4. [S888] Census Returns for South Leith Parish, County of Edinburgh, Scotland,1841, Microfilmed by the LDS Church, Film # 101894, Enumeration District 20, page 9.
  5. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Heading says "Extract of an entry in the records for the Census of Scotland of April 8rd, 1861. Held in the custody of the General Register Office for Scotland, New Rigister House, Edinburgh."
  6. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".
  7. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, marriage record of Andrew Aird to Jemima Drumond.
  8. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record" and then below it says "Form submitted by a member of the LDS church." I've never seen both notes on the same record.
  9. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.".

Margaret Dickie
b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869

Father William Dickie1,2
Mother Agnes Young1 b. 24 March 1775
Pedigree

Last Edited 30 Oct 2003

Birth 6 November 1806  Margaret Dickie was born on 6 November 1806 at Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.1 
  She was the daughter of William Dickie and Agnes Young.1,2 
Marriage 26 March 1832  Margaret Dickie married Rev. David Drummond, son of William Drummond and Ann Groves, on 26 March 1832 at Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.3 
Death between 1861 and 1869  Margaret Dickie died between 1861 and 1869. 
Note   I do not have proof that the Margaret Dickie who married David Drummond was the same as the Margaret Dickie who was born in 1806 to William Dickie and Agnes Young. But the age matches from the 1861 census, the place of birth matches the 1861 census, and the name of the mother matches the name of Margaret Dickie Drummond's eldest daughter. 

Family Rev. David Drummond b. 11 September 1806
Children  1. William Drummond b. c 1833
  2. Agnes Young Drummond b. 11 May 18352
  3. David Drummond b. 14 Mar 18372
  4. Edward Drummond b. 12 Oct 18402
  5. Jemima Morrison Drummond+ b. 9 May 1846, d. c 19014,5
  6. Mary Anne Groves Drummond b. 11 Aug 18486
  7. William Drummond b. 17 Feb 18532
  8. Elizabeth Drummond b. 18547

Citations
  1. [S875] Surname Index to Christenings in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/Midlothian, microfiche 12 of 44.
  2. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".
  3. [S876] Surname Index to Marriages in Old Parochial Registers to 1855 (published), Scotland/Midlothain, microfiche 8 of 29.
  4. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, marriage record of Andrew Aird to Jemima Drumond.
  5. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record" and then below it says "Form submitted by a member of the LDS church." I've never seen both notes on the same record.
  6. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.".
  7. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Heading says "Extract of an entry in the records for the Census of Scotland of April 8rd, 1861. Held in the custody of the General Register Office for Scotland, New Rigister House, Edinburgh". Household of David and Margaret Drummond in Bothwell, Lanark.

Agnes Young Drummond
b. 11 May 1835

Father Rev. David Drummond1 b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie1 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Christening 11 May 1835  Agnes Young Drummond was christened on 11 May 1835 at South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1 
  She was the daughter of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.1 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".

David Drummond
b. 14 March 1837

Father Rev. David Drummond1 b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie1 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Birth 14 March 1837  David Drummond was born on 14 March 1837 at South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1 
  He was the son of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.1 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".

Edward Drummond
b. 12 October 1840

Father Rev. David Drummond1 b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie1 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Birth 12 October 1840  Edward Drummond was born on 12 October 1840 at South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1 
  He was the son of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.1 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".

Mary Anne Groves Drummond1
b. 11 August 1848

Father Rev. David Drummond2 b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie2 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Birth 11 August 1848  Mary Anne Groves Drummond was born on 11 August 1848 at Wick, Caithnesshire, Scotland.2 
  She was the daughter of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.2 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
  2. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.".

William Drummond
b. 17 February 1853

Father Rev. David Drummond1 b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie1 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Christening 17 February 1853  William Drummond was christened on 17 February 1853 at South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland.1 
  He was the son of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.1 

Citations
  1. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, The reference states "extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record".

Elizabeth Drummond
b. 1854

Father Rev. David Drummond b. 11 September 1806
Mother Margaret Dickie1 b. 6 November 1806, d. between 1861 and 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 20 Aug 2003

Birth 1854  Elizabeth Drummond was born in 1854. 
  She was the daughter of Rev. David Drummond and Margaret Dickie.1 

Citations
  1. [S818] Copies of civil records obtained by Beverly Runkle on trip to Scotland, Heading says "Extract of an entry in the records for the Census of Scotland of April 8rd, 1861. Held in the custody of the General Register Office for Scotland, New Rigister House, Edinburgh". Household of David and Margaret Drummond in Bothwell, Lanark.

Lewis R. Turner
b. circa 1857

Father Benjamin F. Turner1,2 b. 20 July 1819, d. 20 October 1890
Mother Sarah A. Pedrick b. circa June 1816, d. 23 March 1880
Pedigree

Last Edited 28 Sep 2003

Birth circa 1857  Lewis R. Turner was born circa 1857.1 
  He was the son of Benjamin F. Turner and Sarah A. Pedrick.1,2 
Marriage   Lewis R. Turner married Kate ?.3 
Census 1880  Lewis R. Turner appeared on the census of 1880 at Tansboro, Camden County, NJ, as follows: page 638C
Lewis Turner 23 b NJ glassblower, parents b NJ
Kate Turner 22 NJ NJ NJ
Janene 4M NJ NJ NJ.3 

Family Kate ? b. circa 1858

Citations
  1. [S844] Gloucester Co, NJ federal Census 1860, Images of microfilm on line as part of genealogy.com's census collection , Roll 691, Part 1, page 190.
  2. [S398] Albert F. Turner, Civil War pension file.
  3. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .

Irving Turner
b. circa 1853

Father Benjamin F. Turner1,2 b. 20 July 1819, d. 20 October 1890
Mother Sarah A. Pedrick b. circa June 1816, d. 23 March 1880
Pedigree

Last Edited 28 Sep 2003

Birth circa 1853  Irving Turner was born circa 1853.1 
  He was the son of Benjamin F. Turner and Sarah A. Pedrick.1,2 
Marriage   Irving Turner married Clara ?.3 
Census 1880  Irving Turner appeared on the census of 1880 at 1st Ward, Precinct 2, Camden, Camden County, NJ, as follows: Irving Turner 27 b NJ salesman, parents b NJ
Clara Turner wife 25 b PA keeping house, parents b NJ
Jennie S Turner 3 b NJ father b NJ, mother b PA.3
 

Family Clara ? b. circa 1855

Citations
  1. [S844] Gloucester Co, NJ federal Census 1860, Images of microfilm on line as part of genealogy.com's census collection , Roll 691, Part 1, page 190.
  2. [S398] Albert F. Turner, Civil War pension file.
  3. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .

Alvah Bevis
b. 1839

Father Joseph Curtis Bevis Jr.1 b. 1814, d. 20 May 1881
Mother Bridget Dickerson b. circa 1814, d. between 1860 and 1863
Pedigree

Last Edited 22 Apr 2003

Birth 1839  Alvah Bevis was born in 1839. 
  He was the son of Joseph Curtis Bevis Jr. and Bridget Dickerson.1 
Marriage   Alvah Bevis married Maria Voorhes.2 
Census 1880  Alvah Bevis appeared on the census of 1880 at Spencer, Guernsey County, OH, as follows: Alva Bevis 40 farmer OH OH OH
Maria 41
Clara 17
William 14
Elizabeth 12
Mary 10
Alva T 7
Emma 4
Maggie B 1.3 

Family Maria Voorhes

Citations
  1. [S400] Letter, Percy Focer to Lillian Aird Reynolds, May 22, 1979.
  2. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, transcribed marriage records from the Muskingum County, Ohio, courthouse.
  3. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .

William Nickle
b. 17 March 1799, d. 17 September 1845

Father Andrew Nickle1,2,3 b. 1763
Mother Jane or Rebecca Cunningham2 b. 17 March 1770
Pedigree

Last Edited 11 Nov 2004

Birth 17 March 1799  William Nickle was born on 17 March 1799 at County Tyrone, Ireland.2 
  He was the son of Andrew Nickle and Jane or Rebecca Cunningham.1,2,3 
Marriage 1820  William Nickle married Mary McBeth, daughter of ? McBeth and ? McFarland, in 1820.1 
Death 17 September 1845  William Nickle died on 17 September 1845 at Taylorsville, Indiana County, PA, at age 46. 
Immigration 1825  According to family tradition, William and Mollie Nichol came to America in 1825, landing in Philadephia. Family tradition is very certain and specific about this. Family tradition also says that they sailed from Londonderry. However, I've gone through the microfilms of arrivals in the port of Philadelphia, checking ships from any city in either Ireland and England, and didn't find them. They may be the William and Mary Nichle, ages 30 and 25, who arrived on June 20, 1825 at the port of New York on the ship General Putnam from Londonderry. The ages don't match our couple exactly, but I think the ages on these lists were often approximations. However, our William and Mollie had two small sons by 1825, and no children were listed with the couple on the ship's list. If this is our couple, the passenger list omitted Archibald and James, who would have been 3 and 2. The William and Mary Nichle on the ship appear to have been traveling with a family named Orr. Their names were on the list following the name of Matthew Orr age 50 and preceding the names of 5 Orr children, ages 8-13. The occupations of William and Matthew were both listed as "carpenter."4,2,5
 
Fact 1 between 1827 and 1837  Between 1827 and 1837, William and Mollie lived several places when they first came to Indiana County. They spent the first winter at Yellow Creek, where Mollie's uncle lived. I'm not sure whether that was 1826 or 1827. According to the Eda narrative, they then moved to the Ray place, then bought 50 acres in the Manor and moved there, where Mary and William E. were born. (Mary was born in approximately 1828.) They moved back to Yellow Creek where Andrew was born and died..4 
Census 1830  William Nickle appeared on the census of 1830 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: Green Twp
William Nichle 1200001-100001
Next door is Samuel McKendrick.6 
Fact 1 7 March 1835  On 7 March 1835, at Indiana County, PA,, William Nickel [sic] bought from James Simpson and wife Mary for $100, 50 acres in Green Township, adjoining the heairs of William Fowler, Samuel Cowan and Robert Simpson..7 
Fact 1 29 November 1837  On 29 November 1837, at Indiana County, PA,, William Nichol bought from Robert T. and Jane Allison for $175.00, 10 acres adjoining Ann Steel, Jacob Lydick, Edward Stretcher and Samuel Wilherel. This land was in Green Township, in the borough of Taylorsville. He moved his family there in 1838..8,4 
Census 1840  William Nickle appeared on the census of 1840 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: Green Township
Wm Nichol 12020011-0010001.9
 
Will 8 April 1845  William Nickle left a will on 8 April 1845 at Indiana County, PA. In the name of God Amen. I William Nickle Being low in Body but sound in mind. This being the last Will and testamony of William Nickle of Green Township Indiana Co State Pa.
I Bequeath to my eldest sons Archibald and James Nickle all my goods and chattels and Real Estate in County and State aforesaid whatsoever there may be after my just and lawful debts be lawfully paid, also my wish and Will is that my widow Mary Nickle shall have her maintenance of my property during her natural life or as long as she remains in the name of Nickle - likewise my wish is that all my children may have a home with Archibald and James Nickle as long as they can agree and live peaceably together, my will is that Archibald and James Nickle administer on my estate and settle my debts and settle honestly and lawfully. This being the last will of the undersigned. APril 8th, 1845. William Nickle
attest John Anderson, Samuel Lydick, William McCowlers.10 
Fact 1 1935  In 1935, at Indiana County, PA,, The following is the complete text of two typed papers titled "1935 Reunion."
The first reunion of the descendants of William Nichol was held at Rustic Lodge, Indiana, Pennsylvania on August 31, 1935.
The principal address, "A History of the Nichols," was given by Rev. William M. Nichol of Brooklyn, New York. Among other things he said:
"Andrew Nichol (the name was then spelled N-i-c-k-l-e) married Jane Cunningham, a daughter of Archibald Cunningham, and they established their home at Ballymagory, near Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland, which home still stands and is still inhabited by their descendants. To this union three sons and three daughters were born in this order: Ann, Archibald, William, Isabella, Jane, and Joseph. All of these children came to America except Joseph who remained on the old homestead.
"Ann Nichol (Nickle) married George Moore. Seven children were born to them. They came to America in 1838, settling in the State of Maryland in 1842. A grand-daughter of Ann Nickle Moore, Miss Mary Morrow, is still living at Devon, Pennsylvania. She is eighty years of age and taught school for twenty-eight years. Among the descendants of George and Ann Moore was George Wellsley Moore, who was a minister of the gospel in the Methodist Episcopal Church, and died only some five years ago. Quite some years ago, Cousin Belle Nichol Van Horn visited in Philadelphia and met a number of these people.
"Archibald married Rebecca Monteith and came to America in 1818, establishing their home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had six children. Archibald Nichol (Nickle) was a wonderful Christian man, a leader in the Methodist Episcopal Church. I remember of his coming to our home when I was a boy ten years of age, and how at the grave of my grandfather he knelt and made a very beautiful prayer. I visited with some of his family in St. Louis, Missouri, some years ago and saw the great, great grand-child of Archibald Nichol (Nickle) ...I knew his daughter, Matilda, Mrs. William Montgomery Nichol. It was her husband for whom I was named. My name is William Montgomery Nichol. I have a son by the same name, who is also a minister of the gospel.
"William, my grand-father, and the forefather of all those here today, was born in Ireland March 17, 1799, and married Mary McBeth, who was also born in Ireland August 12, 1797. They came to America in 1825. For sometime they lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but because of my grand-mother's uncle who was a resident of Brushvalley, Indiana County, they located permanently near Taylorsville, Indiana County, Pennsylvania. To them were born five boys and one girl, namely: Archie, my father, who was born in Ireland; James, also born in Ireland; Mary; William; Joseph; and John. My grand-father died early in life, September 17, 1845, in his forth-sixth year, and is buried at Taylorsville. My grandmother was blind for twenty years before her death, which occurred May 18, 1874, in her seventy-seventh year. I remember distinctly her Irish brogue. Descendants of all their children are here today, except of Mary who had no children.
"Isabella Nichol (Nickle) married Robert Throne. They also settled in the State of Maryland and had five children.
"Joseph Nichol (Nickle) the one who remained in Ireland, married Margaret McFarland. They had three or four daughters and one son. The son came to this country, but seems to have been lost, no one ever hearing from him again. The name Nichol is lost so far as the descendants of Joseph Nichol (Nickle) are concerned. Through correspondence with a Mrs. Calhoun, grand-daughter of Joseph Nichol (Nickle), we secured a picture of the original Nickle Homestead. In the picture is my father's aunt, Mrs. Joseph Nichol (Nickle) and her daughter.
"I want to speak of another family in Maryland. William Nichol, a brother of my great grand-father, Andrew Nichol, came to America and settled in Cecil County, Maryland and bought a thousand acres of land there. He had a son by the name of William and one by the name of Andrew. Andrew Nichol (Nickle) of Cecil County, Maryland, a full cousin of my grand-father, William Nichol (Nickle) inter-married a descendant of Oliver Cromwell of England. I saw two of his daughters and a grand-son and a grand daughter. The latter, Mary Frances Nichol, lives at Nolandsville, Maryland. She has her family tree back to Cromwell, one of the greatest men in the cause of Protestantism that ever lived.
"The spelling of the name from N-i-c-k-l-e to N-i-c-h-o-l was changed by my mother. We Nichols belong to the Irish race of northern Ireland. We came from a good ancestry. The Nichols belong to the common stock, but it was such as they who settled this country and were the pioneers and backbone of America. It is for us to see that this name shall not be tarnished, and that their high ideals in life shall not be lowered.
In closing, I wish to express appreciation to cousin Joseph Nichol and cousin Sarah Nichol Jeffries through whose efforts this, our first reunion, was brought about."
Pearle Jeffries Mauk, Recording Sec'y.2 

Family Mary McBeth b. 12 August 1796, d. 18 May 1874
Marriage 1820  He married Mary McBeth, daughter of ? McBeth and ? McFarland, in 1820.1 
Children  1. Archibald Nichol+ b. 12 Aug 1821, d. 25 Mar 191111
  2. James A. Nichol b. 1823, d. 5 Nov 18981,2
  3. Mary Nichol b. c 1828, d. Jun 18761,2
  4. William Evans Nichol b. c 1832, d. 13 Apr 18952,1
  5. Joseph Nichol b. c 1833, d. 25 Jun 18982,1
  6. Andrew Nickle b. bt 1833 - 1837, d. bt 1833 - 18381
  7. John McFarland Nichol b. 1840, d. 19101,2

Citations
  1. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page 1, headed "written by Eda and Martha in notebook probably in the 1890's and early 1900's while their parents, Archibald (died 1911) and Anna Pauline, were still living.".
  2. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From pages headed "1935 Reunion".
  3. [S637] "The Nichol Family Record,".
  4. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page 2-4, headed "A few items about Nichol Family," written above it says "Eda" and "from memory.".
  5. [S1046] William and Mary Nichle entry; The General Putnam , June 20, 1825; in Passenger Lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1820-1897 (Washington, DC: The National Archives) microfilm available from the LDS church, Film #2252.
  6. [S643] Indiana County, PA US Census 1830 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,image 3 of 15.
  7. [S648] Deed from James Simpson to William Nichol, Book 9, pages 64-65.
  8. [S647] Deed from Robert T. Allison to William Nichol, Book 12, page 598-599.
  9. [S642] Indiana County, PA US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,image 21 of 28.
  10. [S812] William Nickle will (4/8/1845).
  11. [S594] Death certificate of Archie Nichol.

Andrew Nickle
b. 1763

Father ? Nickle
Pedigree

Last Edited 19 May 2003

Birth 1763  Andrew Nickle was born in 1763 at Northern Ireland.1 
  He was the son of ? Nickle
Marriage   Andrew Nickle married Jane or Rebecca Cunningham, daughter of Archibald Cunningham
Fact 1   My mother and I visited Northern Ireland in the summer of 2001. We spent time at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland and also visited the town of Ballymagorry. We learned the following facts about records for that area: Ireland is divided into counties, which are divided into parishes. Parishes are further divided into many townlands, which are very small; one we visited appeared to be only a few roads. A county might therefore correspond to a state in the US and a parish to US counties, except that in a country with a state religion, the parish is a civil and religious jurisdiction at the same time, and the records were kept in many cases by the church officials. Census records for Ireland for the 1800s were destroyed by fire, as were all the church records (births and marriages) stored in the archives in Dublin. The few cases where the parish rector failed to turn in his records to the archives or manually made a copy are mostly the only vital records which have survived, until civil registration started, which was after William and Mollie Nickle left Ireland. The government evidently did not feel that people who did not practice the state religion were important enough to be recorded, and records for Catholics or Presbyterians are also scarce in the early 1800's. Ballymagorry is in the parish of Leckpatrick. Since the Nichols were Presbyterian in the US, we visited the Presbyterian Church there. It was built in 1835, and its records have been preserved at the Public Record Office. We found records of Joseph Nichol's family there. We asked the Presbyterians where people of that religion would have worshiped before the church was built. They said that the local Church of Ireland church has a wing that is still known today as "The Presbyterian Wing," and the tradition is that the Presbyterians were allowed to worship there before they had their own church. Unfortunately the records of that church for the early 1800's did not survive. All of the land in the parish of Leckpatrick belonged to the Marquis of Abercorn, a powerful British nobleman, as part of the Manor of Cloghogle. Therefore genealogy can't be done with deeds or wills; the common people leased their land and didn't own much to will to heirs. So we don't think we will ever be able to find some record that verifies William Nickle's parents as Andrew Nickle and Jane or Rebecca Cunningham, or tells who Andrew's parents were. However, we did find a few bits of information that match the family traditions as we know them. Because Archibald Nichol's obituary in Indiana County stated that he may have been a Huguenot, we asked about Huguenots in Northern Ireland and what records of them may have survived. The staff at the Church Body Library in Belfast informed us that most of the Huguenots remained together in communities. They had a list of communities where Huguenots had settled and none were in County Tyrone. This does not mean that a single Huguenot family couldn't have moed there, but I think it unlikely.. 
Fact 1 between 1609 and 1611  As part of the "Plantation of Ireland" with British Protestants, James Hamilton, The First Earl of Abercorn was granted large holdings in the barony of Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland, between 1609 and 1611. His brother, Sir George Hamilton of Greenlaw, was granted all the non-secular lands in the parish of Leckpatrick, which lay between two of his brother's holdings. By 1611 he had built a home for his family and also smaller houses "for some families of Scots he had brought over with him." [So the original Protestant tenants probably came from Sir George's home, the parish of Greenlaw in Berwickshire, Scotland. Berwickshire is in the very southeastern corner of Scotland, along the English border. It is part of an area now known as Borders. ].2 
Fact 1 circa 1670  Circa 1670, at Parish of Leckpatrick, County Tyrone, Ireland,, The following Nichols were listed in a "Hearth Money Roll:" John Nichel in the townland of Belliskeagh, Andrew Nichell in the townland of Bally. There were also 2 McFarlands listed but no Cunninghams or McBeths. [Obviously this is not Andrew Nickle father of William the immigrant, but since a parish is a small division of land, possibly similar in size to an American township, and since travel was on foot at that time for people like this who were poor, families would be likely to remain in one area and this Andrew is likely an ancestor or related to an ancestor of the later Andrew Nickle.].3 
Fact 1 1704  In 1704, at Parish of Greenlaw, Berwickshire, Scotland,, Jean Nicoll, daughter to John Nicoll, Dragoon, was baptised in the parish church on January 23 and Alison Nicoll daughter to John Nicol was baptised on November 4. The film began with 1699 and I reviewed all baptisms through 1716. These were the only Nicols mentioned. This does prove that Nicol/Nichol was a family name in Greenlaw parish. Because we know that the original protestant settlers for Leckpatrick came over from Scotland with Sir George Hamilton, and because we find Nichels residing in Leckpatrick as early as 1670, and because Nicol is a name that is found in Greenlaw Parish, I conclude that the most likely origin of our Nichol line is Berwickshire, Scotland..4 
Fact 1 1787  Thousands of pages of Abercorn family papers have been donated to the Public Record Office in Belfast. Among these are several huge ledger books in which the Abercorns' estate agent kept track of the rents charged for the land in each manor. For the Manor of Cloghogle, the earliest of these is for 1787. There is a summary of tenants in the front, by townland, listing each tenant and his yearly rent. The remainder of the book is one page for each tenant, with 42 entries if he paid his rent twice a year for the term of the 21 year lease. The heading to the summary pages states "A Rental of the manor of Cloghogal as let from Nov 1787 for the term of 21 years. Those marked thus z signed (or get) no leases"
Some of the names of the tenants were
In Ballymagorry: James M Beth, Isabella M Beth, William M Beth, Hugh M Beth
In Roundhill: William Nickle, marked with a z
In Woodend: Andrew Nickle, also marked with the z
In Strabane Fields: Arch Cunningham and John Cunningham
In Greenbrae: Fishery - Alexander M Beth
In Partick Street Tenements: John Cunningham, marked with a z
Archibald Cunningham had a full page in the back with semi-annual rent payments, but William and Andrew Nickle did not. I believe this means that they were not given leases for some reason. A person who did not have a lease of his own could hire himself to someone who did, as a "cottier" (person who leased just a cottage and worked for the tenant on whose land he leased). Either the Nickles did that or they went to another manor. I did review ledger books for 2 other of the Abercorn manors, and did not find them. It would take many days of research to go through all the Abercorn records that the Public Record Office has. This does confirm the presence of the people our family tradition tells us about; Andrew Nickle and William Nickle, Archibald Cunningham, and several McBeths who lived in the town of Ballymagorry. Andrew the father of William the immigrant was supposedly born in 1763 (I don't know where William Nichol Dickie got this date, but I know he was in contact with Irish cousins, so it is likely he had a valid source). Therefore he'd have been only 24 at this date. The Andrew of the lease could therefore have been a father or uncle.

 

Family Jane or Rebecca Cunningham b. 17 March 1770
Marriage   Andrew Nickle married Jane or Rebecca Cunningham, daughter of Archibald Cunningham
Children  1. Joseph Nickle d. 23 Mar 18725,1
  2. Ann Nickle b. c 17871,5
  3. Archibald Nickle+ b. c 1790
  4. William Nickle+ b. 17 Mar 1799, d. 17 Sep 18456,5,1
  5. Jane Nickle b. c 18001,5
  6. Isabella Nickle b. c 18105,1

Citations
  1. [S637] "The Nichol Family Record,".
  2. [S657] William J. Roulston, The Parishes of Leckpatrick and Dunnalong, pages 31-35.
  3. [S730] Groves Collection of Muster Rolls, Lists of Householders, Etc; Microfilmed by the LDS Church, film number 258510.
  4. [S731] Parish Registers 1648-1855, Church of Scotland, Parish Church of Greenlaw, Microfilmed by the LDS Church, film number 1067899.
  5. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From pages headed "1935 Reunion".
  6. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page 1, headed "written by Eda and Martha in notebook probably in the 1890's and early 1900's while their parents, Archibald (died 1911) and Anna Pauline, were still living.".

Jane or Rebecca Cunningham
b. 17 March 1770

Father Archibald Cunningham1
Pedigree

Last Edited 11 Oct 2004

Birth 17 March 1770  Jane or Rebecca Cunningham was born on 17 March 1770 at Ballymagory (near Strabane), County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. 
  She was the daughter of Archibald Cunningham.1 
Marriage   Jane or Rebecca Cunningham married Andrew Nickle, son of ? Nickle
Note   (William Nichol Dickie says her name was Rebecca and William Montgomery Nichol says her name was Jane. These represent family tradition in two different branches of the Nichol descendants. I wonder if they were mixing ancestors. We don't know the name of Mollie's mother; maybe she was the other of Jane or Rebecca.).1,2 

Family Andrew Nickle b. 1763
Children  1. Joseph Nickle d. 23 Mar 1872
  2. Ann Nickle b. c 1787
  3. Archibald Nickle+ b. c 1790
  4. William Nickle+ b. 17 Mar 1799, d. 17 Sep 18451
  5. Jane Nickle b. c 1800
  6. Isabella Nickle b. c 1810

Citations
  1. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From pages headed "1935 Reunion".
  2. [S637] "The Nichol Family Record,".

Mary McBeth
b. 12 August 1796, d. 18 May 1874

Father ? McBeth
Mother ? McFarland1
Pedigree

Last Edited 23 Feb 2003

Birth 12 August 1796  Mary McBeth was born on 12 August 1796 at Ireland.1,2 
  She was the daughter of ? McBeth and ? McFarland.1 
Marriage 1820  Mary McBeth married William Nickle, son of Andrew Nickle and Jane or Rebecca Cunningham, in 1820.3 
Death 18 May 1874  Mary McBeth died on 18 May 1874 at Indiana County, PA, at age 77.2 
(Witness) Census 1870  Mary McBeth appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Mary Nichol at Indiana County, PA.4 

Family William Nickle b. 17 March 1799, d. 17 September 1845
Children  1. Archibald Nichol+ b. 12 Aug 1821, d. 25 Mar 19113,5
  2. James A. Nichol b. 1823, d. 5 Nov 1898
  3. Mary Nichol b. c 1828, d. Jun 1876
  4. William Evans Nichol b. c 1832, d. 13 Apr 1895
  5. Joseph Nichol b. c 1833, d. 25 Jun 1898
  6. Andrew Nickle b. bt 1833 - 1837, d. bt 1833 - 1838
  7. John McFarland Nichol b. 1840, d. 1910

Citations
  1. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page 2-4, headed "A few items about Nichol Family," written above it says "Eda" and "from memory.".
  2. [S646] Taylorsville Cemetery, also known as East Union Presbyterian Cemetery, Indiana County, PA.
  3. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page 1, headed "written by Eda and Martha in notebook probably in the 1890's and early 1900's while their parents, Archibald (died 1911) and Anna Pauline, were still living.".
  4. [S638] Indiana County, PA US Census 1870 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Borough of Taylorsville, image 3 of 5.
  5. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From pages headed "1935 Reunion".

Samuel Trimble
b. 1 August 1817, d. 13 November 1900

Father George Trimble1 b. 17 April 1786, d. circa 1849
Mother Anna McElhoes b. between 1780 and 1790, d. between 1840 and 1850
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Jul 2003

Birth 1 August 1817  Samuel Trimble was born on 1 August 1817 at Indiana County, PA.2,3 
  He was the son of George Trimble and Anna McElhoes.1 
Marriage between 1840 and 1843  Samuel Trimble married Lucy Jane Magee, daughter of John Magee and Pauline Bullard, between 1840 and 1843.1,4,5 
Marriage between 1859 and 1860  Samuel Trimble married Lydia Kelly between 1859 and 1860.1 
Death 13 November 1900  Samuel Trimble died on 13 November 1900 at Page County, IA, at age 83.2,3 
Burial 1900  He was buried in 1900 at Grove Cemetery, College Springs, Amity, Page County, IA.2 
Census 1850  Samuel Trimble appeared on the census of 1850 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: HH #30/32
Samuel Trimble 32 carpenter $700 b PA
Lucy A 25 b PA
Anna P 6
Jane 4.6 
Census 1860  Samuel Trimble appeared on the census of 1860 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: HH# 402/406
Samuel Trimble 43 constable $1000 b Indiana Co
Lydia 26
Anna P 16 housekeeper
Jane 14
Martha 9
Isabella 3.7 
Fact 1 1867  In 1867, Samuel Trimble moved to Iowa as part of a group of 20 families that left southern Indiana County at the same time..8 
Census 1870  Samuel Trimble appeared on the census of 1870 at Amity, Page County, IA, as follows: Trimble, Samuel 53 farmer b PA
Lydia 34 b PA
Lizzy 10 b PA
Newton 8 b PA.9 
Census 1880  Samuel Trimble appeared on the census of 1880 at Amity, Page County, IA, as follows: Samuel Trimble 62 b PA farmer parents b PA
Lydia J wife 43 b PA keeping house parents b PA
J. Newton son 17 b PA farm laborer parents b PA.10 

Family 1 Lucy Jane Magee b. 1825, d. 8 February 1859
Marriage between 1840 and 1843  He married Lucy Jane Magee, daughter of John Magee and Pauline Bullard, between 1840 and 1843.1,4,5 
Children  1. Mary Agnes Trimble 11
  2. Anna Pauline Trimble+ b. 17 Apr 1844, d. 2 Dec 191912,11
  3. Jane C. Trimble b. c 184613,14,11
  4. Martha G. Trimble b. c 185114,11
  5. Isabella Trimble b. c 185714,11

Family 2 Lydia Kelly b. 1834, d. 1910
Marriage between 1859 and 1860  Samuel Trimble married Lydia Kelly between 1859 and 1860.1 
Children  1. Lizzy Trimble b. c 185915,11
  2. J Newton Trimble b. bt 1862 - 186315,10,11

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 515.
  2. [S684] Iowa Cemetery Records, on line at Ancestry.com.
  3. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000, She cites the History of Indiana County by Stewart, page 736.
  4. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 388.
  5. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page titled "Eda's Wirting, Mother's Family".
  6. [S641] Indiana County, PA US Census 1850 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Indiana borough, image 5 of 24.
  7. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Indiana borough, image 13 of 33.
  8. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  9. [S685] Page County, IA federal Census 1870, Images of microfilm on line at genealogylibrary.com , Amity Twp, image 22 of 26.
  10. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .
  11. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, Second Trimble page, titled "Our Mother's Family".
  12. [S694] Nichol Surname file, collection of Obits. Vertical file at The Clark House, Indiana, PA, Article titled "Mrs. Anna P. Nichol" (obituary). Handwritten date 12/2/19, name of paper not given.
  13. [S641] Indiana County, PA US Census 1850 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com.
  14. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com.
  15. [S685] Page County, IA federal Census 1870, Images of microfilm on line at genealogylibrary.com .

George Trimble
b. 17 April 1786, d. circa 1849

Father George Trimble1,2 b. 1747, d. 25 April 1810
Mother Jennet Jane Mearns1
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Jul 2003

Birth 17 April 1786  George Trimble was born on 17 April 1786.2 
  He was the son of George Trimble and Jennet Jane Mearns.1,2 
Marriage between 1810 and 1817  George Trimble married Anna McElhoes, daughter of Thomas Isaiah McElhoes and Nancy Scott, between 1810 and 1817.3,4,5 
Death circa 1849  George Trimble died circa 1849 at Indiana County, PA.6 
Census 1810  George Trimble appeared on the census of 1810 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: 00100-00000.7 
Census 1820  George Trimble appeared on the census of 1820 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: 200010-20010.8 
Census 1830  George Trimble appeared on the census of 1830 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: 1011001-0110001.9 
Census 1840  George Trimble appeared on the census of 1840 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: 00102001-00011001.10 
Fact 1 7 April 1849  On 7 April 1849, at Indiana County, PA,, Be it remembered that on the seventh day of April A.D. one thousand eight hundred and forty nine. Letters of administration in common form was granted to Samuel Trimble Jr of the Borough of Indiana upon the Estate of George Trimble late of White Township Indiana County Deceased. (Thomas Trimble Eldest Son of said Decd having renounced his right to Administer upon the estate of the said Decd.).6 

Family Anna McElhoes b. between 1780 and 1790, d. between 1840 and 1850
Marriage between 1810 and 1817  He married Anna McElhoes, daughter of Thomas Isaiah McElhoes and Nancy Scott, between 1810 and 1817.3,4,5 
Children  1. Thomas Trimble b. c 18151
  2. Jane Trimble b. c 18151
  3. Samuel Trimble+ b. 1 Aug 1817, d. 13 Nov 19001
  4. Nancy Trimble b. c 18191
  5. Esther Trimble b. bt 1822 - 18241
  6. William Trimble b. bt 1823 - 18261
  7. George Trimble b. c 18291

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 515.
  2. [S687] Loose papers in the Trimble surname file, author unknown, Indiana, PA The Clark House.
  3. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler.
  4. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 525.
  5. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page titled "Eda's Wirting, Mother's Family".
  6. [S815] George Trimble will (4/7/1849).
  7. [S683] Indiana County, PA US Census 1810 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Washington Twp, image 3 of 5.
  8. [S682] Indiana County, PA US Census 1820 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Blacklick Twp, image 19 of 28.
  9. [S643] Indiana County, PA US Census 1830 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Green Twp, image 7 of 15.
  10. [S642] Indiana County, PA US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Greene Twp, image 15 of 28.

Anna McElhoes
b. between 1780 and 1790, d. between 1840 and 1850

Father Thomas Isaiah McElhoes1 b. 1743, d. 1823
Mother Nancy Scott
Pedigree

Last Edited 2 May 2003

Birth between 1780 and 1790  Anna McElhoes was born between 1780 and 1790. 
  She was the daughter of Thomas Isaiah McElhoes and Nancy Scott.1 
Marriage before 1810  Anna McElhoes married George Hutchinson before 1810.2 
Marriage between 1810 and 1817  Anna McElhoes married George Trimble, son of George Trimble and Jennet Jane Mearns, between 1810 and 1817.3,1,4 
Death between 1840 and 1850  Anna McElhoes died between 1840 and 1850. 

Family 1 George Hutchinson

Family 2 George Trimble b. 17 April 1786, d. circa 1849
Children  1. Thomas Trimble b. c 1815
  2. Jane Trimble b. c 1815
  3. Samuel Trimble+ b. 1 Aug 1817, d. 13 Nov 1900
  4. Nancy Trimble b. c 1819
  5. Esther Trimble b. bt 1822 - 1824
  6. William Trimble b. bt 1823 - 1826
  7. George Trimble b. c 1829

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 525.
  2. [S689] "An Abstract of Indiana County Will Book No. 1", page 24.
  3. [S404] International Genealogical Index,Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler.
  4. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page titled "Eda's Wirting, Mother's Family".

George Hutchinson

Last Edited 13 Apr 2003

Marriage before 1810  George Hutchinson married Anna McElhoes, daughter of Thomas Isaiah McElhoes and Nancy Scott, before 1810.1 

Family Anna McElhoes b. between 1780 and 1790, d. between 1840 and 1850

Citations
  1. [S689] "An Abstract of Indiana County Will Book No. 1", page 24.

Lucy Jane Magee
b. 1825, d. 8 February 1859

Father John Magee1,2 b. 30 May 1797
Mother Pauline Bullard b. 23 February 1800, d. 14 February 1875
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Jul 2003

Birth 1825  Lucy Jane Magee was born in 1825. 
  She was the daughter of John Magee and Pauline Bullard.1,2 
Marriage between 1840 and 1843  Lucy Jane Magee married Samuel Trimble, son of George Trimble and Anna McElhoes, between 1840 and 1843.3,1,4 
Death 8 February 1859  Lucy Jane Magee died on 8 February 1859 at Indiana County, PA.5 

Family Samuel Trimble b. 1 August 1817, d. 13 November 1900
Children  1. Mary Agnes Trimble 6
  2. Anna Pauline Trimble+ b. 17 Apr 1844, d. 2 Dec 1919
  3. Jane C. Trimble b. c 1846
  4. Martha G. Trimble b. c 1851
  5. Isabella Trimble b. c 1857

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 388.
  2. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, Sixth page of Trimble data, titled "From Aunt Mary Loh." Mary Magee Lohr was the sister of Lucy Magee. Eda and Martha would have had to get Magee information from her since Lucy, their grandmother, had died young..
  3. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 515.
  4. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, From page titled "Eda's Wirting, Mother's Family".
  5. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000, She cites the History of Indiana County by Stewart, page 736.
  6. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, Second Trimble page, titled "Our Mother's Family".

John Magee
b. 30 May 1797

Father Andrew Magee1 b. circa 1776, d. 1858
Mother Rachel Cochran1 b. 1 April 1773
Pedigree

Last Edited 12 Aug 2006

Birth 30 May 1797  John Magee was born on 30 May 1797 at Lewiston, PA.1 
  He was the son of Andrew Magee and Rachel Cochran.1 
Marriage circa 1820  John Magee married Pauline Bullard, daughter of Charles Bullard and Jane Chapman, circa 1820.1 
Fact 1   John Magee was a potter by trade....He had worked seven years in Johnstown, and 58 years in this borough, and retired at the age of eighty. He made brick in Indiana, in the seasons of 1822-3-4. His earthenware acquired considerable repute, but this in later years was supplanted by stoneware, and Magee's pots, jars, & etc were as household words over a large section of country..1 
Census 1830  John Magee appeared on the census of 1830 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: 010001-210010001.2 
Census 1840  John Magee appeared on the census of 1840 at Indiana, Indiana County, PA, as follows: 1101001-0111010001.3 
Census 1850  John Magee appeared on the census of 1850 at Indiana, Indiana County, PA, as follows: John Magee 53 potter
Paulina 50
Rachel 19
John A 17
William 12
Mary A 10
Jane West 79
All b PA.4 
Census 1860  John Magee appeared on the census of 1860 at Indiana, Indiana County, PA, as follows: John Magee 63 potter b PA
Pollina 60 b NY
William potter b PA
Anna M 19 housekeeping b PA
Jane West 90 b NY ( I think this is Pauline's mother).5 
Census 1870  John Magee appeared on the census of 1870 at Indiana, Indiana County, PA, as follows: Magee, John 73 Dealer in earthenware
Palina 70 keeping house. Both b PA.6 
(Witness) Census 1880  John Magee appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Noah Lohr at Indiana, Indiana County, PA.7 

Family Pauline Bullard b. 23 February 1800, d. 14 February 1875
Marriage circa 1820  John Magee married Pauline Bullard, daughter of Charles Bullard and Jane Chapman, circa 1820.1 
Children  1. Robert Magee b. bt 1820 - 18251,8
  2. Lucy Jane Magee+ b. 1825, d. 8 Feb 18591,8
  3. Rachel Magee b. c 18311,8
  4. John Magee b. c 18331,8
  5. William Magee b. bt 1837 - 18381
  6. Anna Mary Magee b. bt 1840 - 18411,8

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 388.
  2. [S643] Indiana County, PA US Census 1830 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com.
  3. [S642] Indiana County, PA US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com.
  4. [S641] Indiana County, PA US Census 1850 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,borough of Indiana, image 19 of 24.
  5. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,borough of Indiana, image 8 of 33.
  6. [S686] Indiana County, PA US Census 1870 , images of microfilm on line at Genealogy.com.
  7. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .
  8. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, Sixth page of Trimble data, titled "From Aunt Mary Loh." Mary Magee Lohr was the sister of Lucy Magee. Eda and Martha would have had to get Magee information from her since Lucy, their grandmother, had died young..

Pauline Bullard
b. 23 February 1800, d. 14 February 1875

Father Charles Bullard1
Mother Jane Chapman1 b. circa 1770, d. after 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 16 Jul 2005

Birth 23 February 1800  Pauline Bullard was born on 23 February 1800 at near Bedford Springs, PA.2,3 
  She was the daughter of Charles Bullard and Jane Chapman.1 
Marriage circa 1820  Pauline Bullard married John Magee, son of Andrew Magee and Rachel Cochran, circa 1820.1 
Death 14 February 1875  Pauline Bullard died on 14 February 1875 at age 74.2 

Family John Magee b. 30 May 1797
Children  1. Robert Magee b. bt 1820 - 1825
  2. Lucy Jane Magee+ b. 1825, d. 8 Feb 1859
  3. Rachel Magee b. c 1831
  4. John Magee b. c 1833
  5. William Magee b. bt 1837 - 1838
  6. Anna Mary Magee b. bt 1840 - 1841

Citations
  1. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 388.
  2. [S695] Oakland Cemetery, Indiana, PA ,Cemetery marker, "Pauline Wife of John Magee."
  3. [S636] Nichol Family Genealogy Papers, Sixth page of Trimble data, titled "From Aunt Mary Loh." Mary Magee Lohr was the sister of Lucy Magee. Eda and Martha would have had to get Magee information from her since Lucy, their grandmother, had died young..

John Knerr
b. 4 September 1807, d. 1 July 1879

Father Andrew/Andreas Knerr1,2,3 b. 4 April 1773, d. circa 1811
Mother Mary Salome Musick2,3 b. 13 September 1780, d. February 1841
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Aug 2005

Birth 4 September 1807  John Knerr was born on 4 September 1807 at Grapeville, Westmoreland County, PA.2,3 
  He was the son of Andrew/Andreas Knerr and Mary Salome Musick.1,2,3 
Baptism 10 November 1807  John Knerr was baptized on 10 November 1807 at Harrold Zion Lutheran Church, Hempfield Twp, Westmoreland County, PA.3 
Marriage 8 November 1838  He married Anna Magdalene Bender, daughter of George Bender and Rosina Elizabeth Eberts, on 8 November 1838 at Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA.1,2,4 
Death 1 July 1879  John Knerr died on 1 July 1879 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, at age 71.1,5 
Burial   He was buried at Shiloh's cemetery, Decker's Point, Indiana County, PA.2 
Fact 1   Moses Kanarr studed surveying near Greensburg at a school conducted by A.L. ALlman, and after completing his course was engaged in teaching school in Indiana for three years. In time he began to farm in Grant Township, thence moving to White Township, where he carried on farmily for over 20 years on his 140 acres. Upon his retirement he sold the surface of the farm but retained the coal rights. From March 1873 he followed his profession of surveyor in addition to farming. He moved to the borough of Indiana in 1906. He and his wife belonged to theM.E. church..2 
Census 1840  John Knerr appeared on the census of 1840 at Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA, as follows: John Kern 100001-00001
I can't prove this is him, but the ages are exactly right and the next door neighbor is George Bender.6 
Census 1850  John Knerr appeared on the census of 1850 at Hempfield Twp, Westmoreland County, PA, as follows: John Gnarr 43 Far
Magdaline 39
Geroge 14
Moses 7
Jacob 7
Aaron 6
John 3
Mary Ann 3
Henry 7/12.7
 
Fact 1 between 1852 and 1853  Between 1852 and 1853, John Knerr/Kanarr moved his family from Westmoreland County to Indiana County when Moses was twelve years old..2 
Census 1860  John Knerr appeared on the census of 1860 at Montgomery Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: John Kanarr 52 carpenter $700 $200
Magdeline 45
Moses 19
Jacob 17
Aaron 15
John 13
Henry 10
Elizabeth 5.8 
Census 1870  John Knerr appeared on the census of 1870 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: Kanarr, John Sr 62 carpenter retired
Anna 58 Keeping house
Henry 19 farm laborer
Elizabeth 15 at home
John Junr 23 farm laborer.9 

Family Anna Magdalene Bender b. 6 December 1811, d. 5 December 1880
Marriage 8 November 1838  He married Anna Magdalene Bender, daughter of George Bender and Rosina Elizabeth Eberts, on 8 November 1838 at Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA.1,2,4 
Children  1. George Kanarr b. 14 Aug 183910,2
  2. Moses Kanarr+ b. 14 Dec 1840, d. 28 Nov 191711,10,2,12
  3. Jacob Kanarr b. 31 Mar 184310,2
  4. Aaron Kanarr b. 21 Jun 184510,1
  5. John Kanarr b. 12 Feb 184710,2
  6. Henry Kanarr b. 9 Aug 184910,2
  7. Maria Catherina Knerr b. 18 Aug 184912
  8. Hanna Knerr b. 9 Aug 185012
  9. Elizabeth Kanarr b. 10 May 185410,2

Citations
  1. [S588] The Vaughan and Kanarr/Knerr/Knarr Families by Victoria L/ Kanarr, on line at familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/a/n/Vicki-L-Kanarr/index.html.
  2. [S700] J.T. Stewart, Indiana County, Pennsylvania: Her People, Past and Present, pages 1290-1291.
  3. [S1063] Paul Miller Ruff, The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume III 1805-1812, page 103.
  4. [S1086] Mary Jane Mains, Newspaper Accounts of Births, Marriages & Deaths 1808-1929 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, page 134.
  5. [S817] John Kanarr will (7/10/1879).
  6. [S511] Westmoreland County, PA US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Hempfield Twp, image 33 of 56.
  7. [S537] Westmoreland County, PA US Census 1850 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Hempfield Twp, image 135 of 146.
  8. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Montgomery Twp, image 5 of 35.
  9. [S638] Indiana County, PA US Census 1870 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Grant Twp, image 24 of 28.
  10. [S688] John A. Caldwell, History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania, page 510.
  11. [S587] Death certificate of Moses Kanarr.
  12. [S1057] Della Reagan Fischer, Church and Cemetery Register of Harrolds or St. John's Reformed Church, page 22.

Anna Magdalene Bender
b. 6 December 1811, d. 5 December 1880

Father George Bender1,2 b. 6 July 1767, d. 22 September 1854
Mother Rosina Elizabeth Eberts1 b. 3 April 1774, d. 23 April 1849
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Aug 2005

Birth 6 December 1811  Anna Magdalene Bender was born on 6 December 1811 at Westmoreland County, PA.3,2 
  She was the daughter of George Bender and Rosina Elizabeth Eberts.1,2 
Baptism 19 January 1812  Anna Magdalene Bender was baptized on 19 January 1812 at Harrrold Zion Lutheran Church, Westmoreland County, PA.2 
Marriage 8 November 1838  She married John Knerr, son of Andrew/Andreas Knerr and Mary Salome Musick, on 8 November 1838 at Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA.1,3,4 
Death 5 December 1880  Anna Magdalene Bender died on 5 December 1880 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, at age 68. 
Burial   She was buried at Shiloh's cemetery, Decker's Point, Indiana County, PA.3 
Census 1880  Anna Magdalene Bender appeared on the census of 1880 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: Anna Kanarr 68 farmer PA PA PA
Henry 30 farm hand PA PA PA
Elizabeth 25 PA PA PA.5 

Family John Knerr b. 4 September 1807, d. 1 July 1879
Marriage 8 November 1838  She married John Knerr, son of Andrew/Andreas Knerr and Mary Salome Musick, on 8 November 1838 at Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA.1,3,4 
Children  1. George Kanarr b. 14 Aug 1839
  2. Moses Kanarr+ b. 14 Dec 1840, d. 28 Nov 19176,7
  3. Jacob Kanarr b. 31 Mar 1843
  4. Aaron Kanarr b. 21 Jun 1845
  5. John Kanarr b. 12 Feb 1847
  6. Henry Kanarr b. 9 Aug 1849
  7. Maria Catherina Knerr b. 18 Aug 18497
  8. Hanna Knerr b. 9 Aug 18507
  9. Elizabeth Kanarr b. 10 May 1854

Citations
  1. [S588] The Vaughan and Kanarr/Knerr/Knarr Families by Victoria L/ Kanarr, on line at familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/a/n/Vicki-L-Kanarr/index.html.
  2. [S1063] Paul Miller Ruff, The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, Volume III 1805-1812, page 107.
  3. [S700] J.T. Stewart, Indiana County, Pennsylvania: Her People, Past and Present, pages 1290-1291.
  4. [S1086] Mary Jane Mains, Newspaper Accounts of Births, Marriages & Deaths 1808-1929 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, page 134.
  5. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church .
  6. [S587] Death certificate of Moses Kanarr.
  7. [S1057] Della Reagan Fischer, Church and Cemetery Register of Harrolds or St. John's Reformed Church, page 22.

John Hamilton
b. 2 October 1813, d. 18 September 1892

Father Matthew Hamilton1 b. 27 September 1787, d. 30 March 1872
Mother Mary Davis b. 8 June 1787, d. before 1850
Pedigree

Last Edited 18 Jul 2005

Birth 2 October 1813  John Hamilton was born on 2 October 1813 at Westmoreland County, PA.2,1 
  He was the son of Matthew Hamilton and Mary Davis.1 
Marriage circa 1840  John Hamilton married Mary Anna King, daughter of Charles King and Mary ?, circa 1840.2,1 
Death 18 September 1892  John Hamilton died on 18 September 1892 at Indiana County, PA, at age 78.3,1 
Census 1850  John Hamilton appeared on the census of 1850 at Pine Twp, Armstrong County, PA, as follows: John Hamilton 35
Mary A 30
Mary E 9
Jane 6
Matthew 4
Fancy 2.4 
Census 1860  John Hamilton appeared on the census of 1860 at Montgomery Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: John Hamilton 46 farmer
Mary A 40
Matthew 14
fanny 12
margaret A 10
Mary 8
Sarah 5
Hellen R 1.5 
Census 1870  John Hamilton appeared on the census of 1870 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: Hamilton, John 49 farmer
Matthew 23 farm laborer
Margaret 19 keeping house
Sarah 14
Helen 11
Smitey, Taylor 21 day laboere
Polly 17 boarder.6
 
Census 1880  John Hamilton appeared on the census of 1880 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: Grant Twp
John Hamilton 65 farmer PA PA PA
Mary 21 dau PA PA PA.7 
Fact 1 1 August 1896  On 1 August 1896, at Indiana County, PA,, Be it remembered that on this 1st day of August AD 1896 before me James N Stewart Register for the Probate of Wills in and for said county Letters of Administration in common form in the Estate of John Hamilton late of Grant Twp Decd, who died on the 18th day of September 1892 at 2 o'clock PM - were granted to Matthew D. Hamilton he having first given Bond to the Commonwealth in the sum of One Hundred dollars.3 

Family Mary Anna King b. 19 March 1819, d. between 1860 and 1870
Marriage circa 1840  He married Mary Anna King, daughter of Charles King and Mary ?, circa 1840.2,1 
Children  1. Mary Ellen Hamilton b. 30 Jan 1841, d. 3 Nov 19241
  2. Martha Jane Hamilton+ b. 30 Jan 1844, d. 18 Jun 19092,8,1
  3. Matthew Hamilton b. 26 May 1846, d. 25 Jan 19131
  4. Fannie Elizabeth Hamilton b. 8 Jun 1848, d. 6 Sep 19131
  5. Catherine Hamilton b. bt 1850 - 1852, d. 30 Jul 18561
  6. Margaret A. Hamilton b. 14 Sep 1850, d. 14 Sep 19071
  7. Mollie Ann Hamilton b. 8 Mar 1853, d. 14 Aug 19171
  8. Sarah Hamilton b. c 18555
  9. Helen M. Hamilton b. 21 Dec 18581

Citations
  1. [S1061] Letter, Mary Elizabeth Whitley to Gladys Reynolds, April 4, 1998.
  2. [S589] Death certificate of Martha Jane Kanarr.
  3. [S816] John Hamilton will (8/1/1896).
  4. [S703] Armstrong Co, PA 1850 US census ,Pine Twp, image 11 of 57.
  5. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Montgomery Twp, image 9 of 35.
  6. [S686] Indiana County, PA US Census 1870 , images of microfilm on line at Genealogy.com ,Grant Twp, image 24 of 28.
  7. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church ,Disc #8, Pennsylvania F-L.
  8. [S700] J.T. Stewart, Indiana County, Pennsylvania: Her People, Past and Present, pages 1290-1291.

Mary Anna King
b. 19 March 1819, d. between 1860 and 1870

Father Charles King1,2 b. between 1784 and 1790, d. 11 May 1843
Mother Mary ?1,2 b. circa 1792
Pedigree

Last Edited 18 Jul 2005

Birth 19 March 1819  Mary Anna King was born on 19 March 1819 at Armstrong County, PA.3,1 
  She was the daughter of Charles King and Mary ?.1,2 
Marriage circa 1840  Mary Anna King married John Hamilton, son of Matthew Hamilton and Mary Davis, circa 1840.3,1 
Death between 1860 and 1870  Mary Anna King died between 1860 and 1870. 

Family John Hamilton b. 2 October 1813, d. 18 September 1892
Children  1. Mary Ellen Hamilton b. 30 Jan 1841, d. 3 Nov 19241
  2. Martha Jane Hamilton+ b. 30 Jan 1844, d. 18 Jun 19093,4,1
  3. Matthew Hamilton b. 26 May 1846, d. 25 Jan 19131
  4. Fannie Elizabeth Hamilton b. 8 Jun 1848, d. 6 Sep 19131
  5. Catherine Hamilton b. bt 1850 - 1852, d. 30 Jul 18561
  6. Margaret A. Hamilton b. 14 Sep 1850, d. 14 Sep 19071
  7. Mollie Ann Hamilton b. 8 Mar 1853, d. 14 Aug 19171
  8. Sarah Hamilton b. c 18555
  9. Helen M. Hamilton b. 21 Dec 18581

Citations
  1. [S1061] Letter, Mary Elizabeth Whitley to Gladys Reynolds, April 4, 1998.
  2. [S1071] Bonnie Schultz website titled Descendants of Jacob King, on line at Found at geocities.com in 2003, no longer on line.
  3. [S589] Death certificate of Martha Jane Kanarr.
  4. [S700] J.T. Stewart, Indiana County, Pennsylvania: Her People, Past and Present, pages 1290-1291.
  5. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Montgomery Twp, image 9 of 35.

Matthew Hamilton1
b. 27 September 1787, d. 30 March 1872

Father John Hamilton2
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 Jul 2005

Birth 27 September 1787  Matthew Hamilton was born on 27 September 1787.2 
  He was the son of John Hamilton.2 
Marriage   Matthew Hamilton married Jane ?
Marriage before 1810  Matthew Hamilton married Mary Davis before 1810.2 
Death 30 March 1872  Matthew Hamilton died on 30 March 1872 at age 84.2 
Census 1830  Matthew Hamilton appeared on the census of 1830 at Armstrong County, PA, as follows: 3111001-0111101.3 
Census 1840  Matthew Hamilton appeared on the census of 1840 at Pine Twp, Armstrong County, PA, as follows: 00311001-0002101.4 
Census 1860  Matthew Hamilton appeared on the census of 1860 at Indiana County, PA, as follows: Matthew Hamilton 72 farmer
Jane 62
Davis 35
Catherine 30
Jane 17.5 
Census 1870  Matthew Hamilton appeared on the census of 1870 at Grant Twp, Indiana County, PA, as follows: Hamilton, Matthew 82
Jane 41
David 43
Margaret 29
Catherine 47
Margery 3.6 

Family 1 Jane ?
Marriage   He married Jane ?

Family 2 Mary Davis b. 8 June 1787, d. before 1850
Marriage before 1810  Matthew Hamilton married Mary Davis before 1810.2 
Children  1. ?daughter Hamilton b. 7 Apr 18102
  2. Agnes "Nancy" Hamilton b. 12 Oct 18112
  3. John Hamilton+ b. 2 Oct 1813, d. 18 Sep 18922
  4. Sarah Hamilton b. 10 Dec 18152
  5. Matthew Hamilton b. 8 Feb 18182
  6. Catherine Hamilton b. 6 Apr 18202
  7. David Hamilton b. 12 Oct 1822, d. 10 Sep 18992
  8. Thomas Hamilton b. 18 Mar 18252
  9. Davis Hamilton b. 3 Jun 1827, d. 28 Sep 18882

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S1061] Letter, Mary Elizabeth Whitley to Gladys Reynolds, April 4, 1998.
  3. [S698] Armstrong Co, PA 1830 US census ,Allegheny Twp, image 15 of 38.
  4. [S697] Armstrong Co, PA 1840 US census ,Pine Twp, image 7 of 14.
  5. [S640] Indiana County, PA US Census 1860 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Montgomery Twp, image 9 of 35.
  6. [S686] Indiana County, PA US Census 1870 , images of microfilm on line at Genealogy.com ,Grant Twp, image 25 of 28.

Mary Davis1
b. 8 June 1787, d. before 1850

Last Edited 11 Jul 2005

Birth 8 June 1787  Mary Davis was born on 8 June 1787.2 
Marriage before 1810  She married Matthew Hamilton, son of John Hamilton, before 1810.2 
Death before 1850  Mary Davis died before 1850.2 

Family Matthew Hamilton b. 27 September 1787, d. 30 March 1872
Children  1. ?daughter Hamilton b. 7 Apr 18101
  2. Agnes "Nancy" Hamilton b. 12 Oct 18112
  3. John Hamilton+ b. 2 Oct 1813, d. 18 Sep 1892
  4. Sarah Hamilton b. 10 Dec 18151
  5. Matthew Hamilton b. 8 Feb 18181
  6. Catherine Hamilton b. 6 Apr 18201
  7. David Hamilton b. 12 Oct 1822, d. 10 Sep 18991
  8. Thomas Hamilton b. 18 Mar 18251
  9. Davis Hamilton b. 3 Jun 1827, d. 28 Sep 18881

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S1061] Letter, Mary Elizabeth Whitley to Gladys Reynolds, April 4, 1998.

Jonathan T. Hutton1
b. 4 March 1799, d. 28 February 1884

Last Edited 1 Oct 2006

Birth 4 March 1799  Jonathan T. Hutton was born on 4 March 1799 at Coeymans, Albany County, NY.2 
Marriage circa 1819  He married Harriet Watrous, daughter of Cassander Watrous and Esther Rogers, circa 1819. 
Death 28 February 1884  Jonathan T. Hutton died on 28 February 1884 at Warsaw, NY, at age 84.3,2 
Census 1820  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1820 at Genesee County, NY, as follows: 010010-10100.4 
Census 1830  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1830 at Genesee County, NY, as follows: 200001-130001.5 
Fact 1 1834  In 1834, at First Church of Christ, Perry Center, NY,, Jonathan and Harriet Hutton were admitted to church membership. The membership roll says they were dismissed in 1853..6 
Fact 1 1834  In 1834, at First Church of Christ, Perry Center, NY,, Jonathan and Harriet Hutton had the following children baptised: Frances, Lucinda, Elvira, Mary, Frederick, Braddock, Jonathan. Then later in the same year Harriet Priscilla. Then in 1836 Emma. The Perry Center Church did not have any baptisms in their records for 1843, the year in which William would have been baptised..7 
Census 1850  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1850 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Jonathan T. Hutton 51 b NY
Harriet 52 b Conn
Bradock 22
Jonathan 18
Harriet 17
Emma 15
William 6.8 
Census 1860  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1860 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: J.T. Hutton 61 farmer b NY
Harriet 62 b CT
Elvira 38
William 16.9 
Census 1870  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1870 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Hutton, Jonathan 71 farmer
Harriett 72 keeping house b CT.10 
(Witness) Census 1880  Jonathan T. Hutton appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of William B. Hutton at Wyoming County, NY.11 

Family Harriet Watrous b. 21 October 1796, d. 27 March 1883
Marriage circa 1819  Jonathan T. Hutton married Harriet Watrous, daughter of Cassander Watrous and Esther Rogers, circa 1819. 
Children  1. Frances Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18307
  2. Elvira Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18307
  3. Mary Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18307
  4. Lucinda Hutton b. 16 Aug 18247
  5. Frederick Hutton b. bt 1825 - 18507
  6. Braddock Hutton b. c 18288,7
  7. Jonathan Hutton b. c 18328,7
  8. Harriet Hutton b. 25 Apr 18347
  9. Emma Hutton b. c 18367
  10. William B. Hutton+ b. 14 Dec 1843, d. 29 Jun 192612

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S451] Death certificate of Jonathan T. Hutton.
  3. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000, from Watrous family Bible.
  4. [S456] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1820 ,image 3 of 8.
  5. [S457] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1830 ,image 22 of 37.
  6. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 250.
  7. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 201.
  8. [S452] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1850.
  9. [S458] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1860 ,Warsaw Twp, image 33 of 75.
  10. [S459] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1870 ,Warsaw Twp, image 32 of 79.
  11. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church ,Disc #5, Upstate New York A-L.
  12. [S707] "William B. Hutton", Name of newspaper not noted. Newspaper clipping obtained from the Wyoming County Historian, Warsaw, NY, 1926.

Harriet Watrous1
b. 21 October 1796, d. 27 March 1883

Father Cassander Watrous2 b. 10 November 1776, d. 24 April 1865
Mother Esther Rogers2 b. 20 March 1778, d. 7 January 1847
Pedigree

Last Edited 30 Oct 2006

Birth 21 October 1796  Harriet Watrous was born on 21 October 1796 at Wallingford, Conn.3,2 
  She was the daughter of Cassander Watrous and Esther Rogers.2 
Baptism 12 January 1808  Harriet Watrous was baptized on 12 January 1808 at Congregational Church, Cheshire, CT.4 
Marriage circa 1819  She married Jonathan T. Hutton circa 1819. 
Death 27 March 1883  Harriet Watrous died on 27 March 1883 at Perry, NY, at age 86.3 

Family Jonathan T. Hutton b. 4 March 1799, d. 28 February 1884
Children  1. Frances Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18305
  2. Elvira Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18305
  3. Mary Hutton b. bt 1810 - 18305
  4. Lucinda Hutton b. 16 Aug 1824
  5. Frederick Hutton b. bt 1825 - 1850
  6. Braddock Hutton b. c 18286
  7. Jonathan Hutton b. c 18326
  8. Harriet Hutton b. 25 Apr 1834
  9. Emma Hutton b. c 1836
  10. William B. Hutton+ b. 14 Dec 1843, d. 29 Jun 19267

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S992] Lorraine Cook White, editor, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records. Wallingford 1670-1850, page 411.
  3. [S706] Watrous family Bible record.
  4. [S753] Cheshire, Connecticut Congregational Church Records 1724-1917.
  5. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 201.
  6. [S452] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1850.
  7. [S707] "William B. Hutton", Name of newspaper not noted. Newspaper clipping obtained from the Wyoming County Historian, Warsaw, NY, 1926.

Cassander Watrous1
b. 10 November 1776, d. 24 April 1865

Father Abijah Watrous
Pedigree

Last Edited 6 Nov 2006

Birth 10 November 1776  Cassander Watrous was born on 10 November 1776 at Connecticut.2 
  He was the son of Abijah Watrous
Marriage between 1795 and 1796  Cassander Watrous married Esther Rogers, daughter of Gideon Rogers and Eunice Sperry, between 1795 and 1796.2,3 
Death 24 April 1865  Cassander Watrous died on 24 April 1865 at Perry, NY, at age 88.2 
Note   The following summarizes the proof for Cassander and Esther Watrous being the parents of the children listed.
(1) I have copies of two pages from a family Bible found in the personal effects of my great grandfather Harry Hutton after his death. (We know he was the grandson of Harriet Watrous Hutton.) The "Births" page lists exactly these children, without naming their parents. The "Deaths" page has the deaths of exactly the same children except Eunice is not listed, and there are three additional names: Esther Watrous (died January 7, 1847), Cassander Watrous and Jonathan Hutton. All the birth names and the first five deaths, including both parents, appear to be in the same handwriting. The later deaths are in at least one different hand. Since Jonathan Hutton is the only spouse included, I assume the Bible was started by his wife Harriet and later continued by her son William (Harry Hutton's father.)
(2) These same children, except for the youngest, Abigail Esther, were all baptised in the Congregational Church at Cheshire, CT between 1808 and 1816. On January 3, 1808, the week before the first of these baptisms, "wife of Casander Waterous" was admitted as a church member. The names of the parents were not given on the lists of baptisms, except for the last child, William Cassander, in 1816. By that year, the church register had added a new column for name of parents. It says "Esther Watters and her husband."
(3) In 1819 "Esther Watrous, wife of Cassander," was admitted to the First Church of Christ, in Perry Center, NY. Beside her name it says "D Jan. 7, 1847, 69y." In 1822, Esther Watrous had a daughter named Abigail Esther baptised in that church.4,5,6 
Note   Why I think Samuel and Sarah Waterhouse were the parents of Cassander: The first record of Cassander was the birth of his daughter Harriet, recorded in 1796 in Wallingford, CT. If the age on his tombstone is correct, he was only 20 at that time. We also know from various census records that he was born in Connecticut. So he was either born in Wallingford, or born somewhere else in the state and moved to Wallingford as a very young man. The only Watrous/Waterhouse family that is of record in Wallingford at the time is Samuel and Sarah Waterhouse. Also, there appears to be no record of Cassander's birth. Connecticut towns were recording births at that time, and that information has been summarized in the Barbour collection, which is at Ancestry.com. The LDS church has also extracted many Connecticut birth records. When visiting in Connecticut, I reviewed birth records from Wallingford and other nearby towns myself. There are no children recorded to Samuel and Sarah at all in any of those sources, and no Cassander or Samuel Waterhouse born about 1776 who is not already accounted for as someone else. The Wallingford birth records have a gap between sometime in the 1760s to sometime in the 1790s. So for Cassander to be the son of anyone other than Samuel and Sarah, not only would he have to have moved to Wallingford alone at a young age, he would have to have moved from another town whose birth records from the period did not survive. Also, researcher Margaret Austin, with whom I have been unable to get in contact, told my mother in 1999 that she had some correspondence indicating that Cassander might be the son of this couple. Finally, there is evidence that Cassander's other name might be Samuel (see name in 1860 census), which would fit with being Samuel Waterhouse's son. The one thing that bothers me is that Cassander and Esther did not name any children Samuel or Sarah, although they did name children after her parents.7,8 
Fact 1 12 December 1805  On 12 December 1805, at Wallingford, CT,, Cassander and Esther Watrous of Cheshire conveyed thier rights in the estate of Gideon Rogers, her late father of Wallingford, to Ebenezer Smith. (Land Rec, Vol 8, page 388).8 
Fact 1 3 January 1808  On 3 January 1808, at Cheshire, CT,, Cassander Watrous and wife were admitted to membership in the Congregational Church of Cheshire. Some of their children were baptised on January 12, 1808..8 
Census 1810  Cassander Watrous appeared on the census of 1810 at Cheshire Twp, New Haven County, CT, as follows: Casandar Watrous 50010-11010. 
Fact 1 10 February 1816  On 10 February 1816, Cassander Watrous sold his land in Cheshire. (Vol 11, page 275).8 
Census 1820  Cassander Watrous appeared on the census of 1820 at Perry, Genesee County, NY, as follows: Lysandros Watrous 221301-11001.9 
Census 1830  Cassander Watrous appeared on the census of 1830 at Perry, Genesee County, NY, as follows: Casander Watrous 00020001-0010001.10 
Census 1840  Cassander Watrous appeared on the census of 1840 at Perry, Genesee County, NY, as follows: Casander Waters 0001200001-010000001.11 
Census 1850  Cassander Watrous and Gideon Rogers Watrous appeared on the census of 1850 at Perry, Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Gideon Watrous 45 mason b Conn
Cassander 73 farmer b Conn.12 
(Witness) Census 1860  Cassander Watrous appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Elutheras Watrous at Perry, Wyoming County, NY.13 

Family Esther Rogers b. 20 March 1778, d. 7 January 1847
Marriage between 1795 and 1796  Cassander Watrous married Esther Rogers, daughter of Gideon Rogers and Eunice Sperry, between 1795 and 1796.2,3 
Children  1. Harriet Watrous+ b. 21 Oct 1796, d. 27 Mar 18837
  2. Leverett Watrous b. 22 Aug 1798, d. 1857
  3. Elutheras Watrous b. 16 Jan 1801, d. 19 Jan 1883
  4. Randal Watrous b. 3 Nov 1802, d. 13 Dec 1875
  5. Gideon Rogers Watrous b. 17 Aug 1804, d. 2 Nov 1900
  6. Eunice Watrous b. 12 Nov 1806
  7. Augustus Watrous b. 4 Dec 1808, d. 1895
  8. Alfred Watrous b. 11 Mar 1811, d. 27 Jul 1865
  9. Miles Watrous b. 27 Feb 1813, d. 20 Dec 1877
  10. William Cassander Watrous b. 15 Nov 1815, d. 18 Dec 1817
  11. Abigail Esther Watrous b. 1 Sep 1818, d. 14 Feb 1887

Citations
  1. His name may have been Samuel Cassander, based on his appearance in the 1860 census. The surrname was originally Waterhouse, and it was listed as such on Harriet's birth record in Wallingford. However, many of the Connecticut Waterhouses shortened their name to Watrous, and Cassander appears to have done that. He is consistently shown as Watrous after his move to Perry.
  2. [S705] The Office of the Wyoming County Historian, Perry Center Cemetery, page 28.
  3. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 2.
  4. [S706] Watrous family Bible record.
  5. [S753] Cheshire, Connecticut Congregational Church Records 1724-1917.
  6. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, pages 188 and 234.
  7. [S992] Lorraine Cook White, editor, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records. Wallingford 1670-1850, page 411.
  8. [S710] Margaret Austin, Notes titled "Cassander Watrous".
  9. [S456] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1820 ,Perry Twp, image 3 of 8.
  10. [S457] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1830 ,Perry Twp, image 28 of 37.
  11. [S704] Genessee County, NY US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Genealogy.com ,Perry Twp, page 373.
  12. [S452] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1850.
  13. [S458] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1860 ,Perry Twp, image 60 of 63.

Esther Rogers
b. 20 March 1778, d. 7 January 1847

Father Gideon Rogers1,2 b. 11 November 1738
Mother Eunice Sperry1,2 b. 28 December 1741
Pedigree

Last Edited 12 Aug 2004

Birth 20 March 1778  Esther Rogers was born on 20 March 1778 at Wallingford, CT.1,2 
  She was the daughter of Gideon Rogers and Eunice Sperry.1,2 
Marriage between 1795 and 1796  Esther Rogers married Cassander Watrous, son of Abijah Watrous, between 1795 and 1796.1,3 
Death 7 January 1847  Esther Rogers died on 7 January 1847 at Perry, NY, at age 68.1 
Fact 1 1819  In 1819, at Perry Center, NY,, Esther Watrous, "wife of Cassander" was admitted to the membership of the First Church of Christ..3 

Family Cassander Watrous b. 10 November 1776, d. 24 April 1865
Children  1. Harriet Watrous+ b. 21 Oct 1796, d. 27 Mar 18834
  2. Leverett Watrous b. 22 Aug 1798, d. 1857
  3. Elutheras Watrous b. 16 Jan 1801, d. 19 Jan 1883
  4. Randal Watrous b. 3 Nov 1802, d. 13 Dec 1875
  5. Gideon Rogers Watrous b. 17 Aug 1804, d. 2 Nov 1900
  6. Eunice Watrous b. 12 Nov 1806
  7. Augustus Watrous b. 4 Dec 1808, d. 1895
  8. Alfred Watrous b. 11 Mar 1811, d. 27 Jul 1865
  9. Miles Watrous b. 27 Feb 1813, d. 20 Dec 1877
  10. William Cassander Watrous b. 15 Nov 1815, d. 18 Dec 1817
  11. Abigail Esther Watrous b. 1 Sep 1818, d. 14 Feb 1887

Citations
  1. [S705] The Office of the Wyoming County Historian, Perry Center Cemetery, page 28.
  2. [S992] Lorraine Cook White, editor, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records. Wallingford 1670-1850, page 364.
  3. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 2.
  4. [S992] Lorraine Cook White, editor, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records. Wallingford 1670-1850, page 411.

Emma Curry Coe1

Last Edited 28 Apr 2003

Marriage 19 March 1891  Emma Curry Coe married William B. Hutton, son of Jonathan T. Hutton and Harriet Watrous, on 19 March 1891. 

Family William B. Hutton b. 14 December 1843, d. 29 June 1926

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.

Lucinda Hutton
b. 16 August 1824

Father Jonathan T. Hutton1 b. 4 March 1799, d. 28 February 1884
Mother Harriet Watrous b. 21 October 1796, d. 27 March 1883
Pedigree

Last Edited 12 Mar 2003

Birth 16 August 1824  Lucinda Hutton was born on 16 August 1824. 
  She was the daughter of Jonathan T. Hutton and Harriet Watrous.1 

Citations
  1. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 201.

Harriet Hutton
b. 25 April 1834

Father Jonathan T. Hutton1 b. 4 March 1799, d. 28 February 1884
Mother Harriet Watrous b. 21 October 1796, d. 27 March 1883
Pedigree

Last Edited 12 Mar 2003

Birth 25 April 1834  Harriet Hutton was born on 25 April 1834. 
  She was the daughter of Jonathan T. Hutton and Harriet Watrous.1 

Citations
  1. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 201.

Emma Hutton
b. circa 1836

Father Jonathan T. Hutton1 b. 4 March 1799, d. 28 February 1884
Mother Harriet Watrous b. 21 October 1796, d. 27 March 1883
Pedigree

Last Edited 12 Mar 2003

Birth circa 1836  Emma Hutton was born circa 1836. 
  She was the daughter of Jonathan T. Hutton and Harriet Watrous.1 
Marriage   Emma Hutton married ? Sowerby.2 

Family ? Sowerby

Citations
  1. [S666] Janet Wethy Foley, Early Settlers of New York State, Volume I, page 201.
  2. [S707] "William B. Hutton", Name of newspaper not noted. Newspaper clipping obtained from the Wyoming County Historian, Warsaw, NY, 1926.

Job Relyea1
b. 28 December 1816, d. 19 June 1910

Father Nicholas Relyea2 b. 1 December 1780, d. before 1832
Mother Lucinda Smith2 b. 1786, d. 15 December 1844
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 May 2003

Birth 28 December 1816  Job Relyea was born on 28 December 1816 at Lee, Oneida County, NY.2 
  He was the son of Nicholas Relyea and Lucinda Smith.2 
Marriage 15 October 1836  Job Relyea married Harriet Warner, daughter of Linus Warner and Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer, on 15 October 1836.3 
Death 19 June 1910  Job Relyea died on 19 June 1910 at Warsaw, NY, at age 93.2 
Fact 1 1833  In 1833, Job Relyea moved to Warsaw..3 
Census 1850  Job Relyea appeared on the census of 1850 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Job M. Relyea 30
Harriet 27
Emily 1.4 
Census 1860  Job Relyea appeared on the census of 1860 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Job Reylea [sic] 41 farmer
Harriet 38
Edwin 15
Emily 11
Alice 7.5 
Census 1870  Job Relyea appeared on the census of 1870 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Relya, Job M 50 farmer
Harriet 48 keeping house
Alice 17.6 
Census 1880  Job Relyea appeared on the census of 1880 at Wyoming County, NY, as follows: Warsaw Twp
Job M Relya farmer 61 NY NY NY
Harriet 58 NY NY RI
Alice dau 27 NY NY NY.7 

Family Harriet Warner b. 22 March 1822, d. 3 November 1902
Marriage 15 October 1836  He married Harriet Warner, daughter of Linus Warner and Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer, on 15 October 1836.3 
Children  1. Edwin Relyea b. c 18455
  2. Emma Relya+ b. 28 Sep 1848, d. 19 Jul 18908
  3. Alice Relya b. c 18536,5

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S453] Death certificate of Jobe M. Relyea.
  3. [S465] Andrew W. Young, History of the Town of Warsaw, New York, page 322.
  4. [S452] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1850.
  5. [S458] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1860 ,Warsaw Twp, image 36 of 75.
  6. [S459] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1870 ,Warsaw Twp, image 39 of 79.
  7. [S510] 1880 U.S. Census, transcribed by LDS Church ,Disc #5, Upstate New York M-Z.
  8. [S464] Unknown newspaper title, Warsaw, NY.

Nicholas Relyea
b. 1 December 1780, d. before 1832

Father Denis or Denil Relya1 b. circa 1752, d. 29 August 1797
Mother Annatje (Nancy) Van Patten1 b. circa 1762, d. 29 November 1854
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 May 2003

Baptism 1 December 1780  Nicholas Relyea was baptized on 1 December 1780.1 
  He was the son of Denis or Denil Relya and Annatje (Nancy) Van Patten.1 
Marriage 30 November 1802  Nicholas Relyea married Lucinda Smith, daughter of John Smith, on 30 November 1802 at Albany County, NY.2 
Death before 1832  Nicholas Relyea died before 1832.1 
Census 1820  Nicholas Relyea appeared on the census of 1820 at Oneida, Lee County, NY, as follows: Nicholas Raolya 211110-11010
I have not been able to find him in the 1810 or 1830 census.3 

Family Lucinda Smith b. 1786, d. 15 December 1844
Child  1. Job Relyea+ b. 28 Dec 1816, d. 19 Jun 19104

Citations
  1. [S461] New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume LXV, page 64-65.
  2. [S517] Marriages of the Dutch Churches of Helderbergh, Jerusalem, New Salem and Princetown, NY, on line at http://www.bettyfink.com/dcmar1802.htm, 1802.
  3. [S674] Lee Co,NY US Census 1820.
  4. [S453] Death certificate of Jobe M. Relyea.

Lucinda Smith1
b. 1786, d. 15 December 1844

Father John Smith2
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 May 2003

Birth 1786  Lucinda Smith was born in 1786.3 
  She was the daughter of John Smith.2 
Marriage 30 November 1802  Lucinda Smith married Nicholas Relyea, son of Denis or Denil Relya and Annatje (Nancy) Van Patten, on 30 November 1802 at Albany County, NY.4 
Death 15 December 1844  Lucinda Smith died on 15 December 1844 at Warsaw, Wyoming County, NY.3 

Family Nicholas Relyea b. 1 December 1780, d. before 1832
Child  1. Job Relyea+ b. 28 Dec 1816, d. 19 Jun 19101

Citations
  1. [S453] Death certificate of Jobe M. Relyea.
  2. [S517] Marriages of the Dutch Churches of Helderbergh, Jerusalem, New Salem and Princetown, NY, on line at http://www.bettyfink.com/dcmar1802.htm, 1802. Nicholas Relyea to Lucinda Smith.
  3. [S518] List of surname Relyea in Warsaw (Village) Cemetery.
  4. [S517] Marriages of the Dutch Churches of Helderbergh, Jerusalem, New Salem and Princetown, NY, on line at http://www.bettyfink.com/dcmar1802.htm, 1802.

Harriet Warner1
b. 22 March 1822, d. 3 November 1902

Father Linus Warner2,3 b. 1784, d. 26 February 1846
Mother Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer3 b. 16 December 1780, d. 5 September 1846
Pedigree

Last Edited 17 May 2003

Birth 22 March 1822  Harriet Warner was born on 22 March 1822 at Warsaw, NY.4 
  She was the daughter of Linus Warner and Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer.2,3 
Marriage 15 October 1836  Harriet Warner married Job Relyea, son of Nicholas Relyea and Lucinda Smith, on 15 October 1836.5 
Death 3 November 1902  Harriet Warner died on 3 November 1902 at Warsaw, NY, at age 80.3 
Fact 1 1902  In 1902, at Warsaw, NY,, Mrs. Job M. Relyea died at her home near South Warsaw on Monday afternoon, November 3d, 1902, aged 80 years and 8 months. She was born in Warsaw on March 22, 1822, the daughter of Linus and Hopy Thayer Warner and had spent her entire life in this town. She was married on October 15th, 1845 to Mr. Relyea, who survives her, and she leaves also one daughter, Mrs. Alice Wright of Warsaw.
The funeral was held at 2 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon from the family home, Rev. John B Smallwood officiating and burial in the Warsaw cemetery, four nephews acting as bearers..3 

Family Job Relyea b. 28 December 1816, d. 19 June 1910
Children  1. Edwin Relyea b. c 18456
  2. Emma Relya+ b. 28 Sep 1848, d. 19 Jul 1890
  3. Alice Relya b. c 1853

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S465] Andrew W. Young, History of the Town of Warsaw, New York, page 345.
  3. [S709] The Warsaw New Yorker, Warsaw, NY, 11/7/1902.
  4. [S518] List of surname Relyea in Warsaw (Village) Cemetery.
  5. [S465] Andrew W. Young, History of the Town of Warsaw, New York, page 322.
  6. [S458] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1860 ,Warsaw Twp, image 36 of 75.

Linus Warner
b. 1784, d. 26 February 1846

Father William Warner1 b. 13 May 1740, d. 28 August 1795
Mother Elizabeth Norton1 d. after 1792
Pedigree

Last Edited 4 May 2004

Birth 1784  Linus Warner was born in 1784 at New Canaan, Columbia County, NY.2 
  He was the son of William Warner and Elizabeth Norton.1 
Marriage before 1806  Linus Warner married Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer, daughter of Gideon Thayer and Maribah Wilcox, before 1806 at Lima, NY.2 
Death 26 February 1846  Linus Warner died on 26 February 1846 at Warsaw, NY.2 
Fact 1   The following historical article was published in the Warsaw New Yorker (newspaper) in 1898.
LINUS WARNER, SENIOR
Linus Warner, senior, was a pioneer of this town before it bore the name of Warsaw. In 1806, three years after the settlement at what is now Warsaw village, he removed from Lima, Livingston County, NY, to lot number 9 in township number 9,and took up 846.5 acres. The entry for this land was made in the Holland land company's office at Batavia in 1804, but he did not move on to it until two years later. Lot number 9 is in the south east part of the township, near the line between Warsaw and Gainesville. A part of this lot is now occupied by Palmer Kimball, who married a grand-daughter of Linus Warner, senior. A new article was taken out in 1814 and in 1820 115.5 acres was sold to Samuel Warner. The subscription paper for the bell for the Presbyterian church shows that he paid $2 towards it. As he lived fully three miles from the church it would require a still day and wind from the right quarter to enable him to hear it. The bell was purchased in 1824.
Linus Warner, senior, was born in New Canaan, Columbia county, NY, in 1784. While living in Lima he married Hopey Thayer. Mr. Warner resided on this place until his death in 1846. His wife died the same year. They had eight children. Three died in infancy.
Willard T. Warner, son of Linus Warner, senior, was born in 1808. He married Roxana Dixon, and had four children. Three died in infancy. His daughter, Harriet, married Palmer Kimball. They reside on the homestead which is a part of the original purchase as made from the Holland Land Company by her grand-father in 1804. Willard T. Warner, or, as he was usually called, Capt. Warner, was a kind, genial, and gentlemanly Christian farmer. He was a member of the free-will Baptist church at Oatka, and for many years one of its chief supporters. He was a strong temperance man, and was always heartily interested in benevolent and reform measures.
Linus Warner's other children were Matthew, who married Sally Fluker, Linus Jr, who married Maria Fluker, Emily married William Seymour of Castile and Harriet, who married Job Relyea..3 
Fact 1 1806  In 1806, Linus Warner moved to Warsaw..2 
Census 1820  Linus Warner appeared on the census of 1820 at Genesee County, NY, as follows: 120010-10010.4 
Census 1830  Linus Warner appeared on the census of 1830 at Genesee County, NY, as follows: 0001201-0110101.5 
Census 1840  Linus Warner appeared on the census of 1840 at Genesee County, NY, as follows: 00001001-00110001.6 
Will 2 January 1846  Linus Warner left a will on 2 January 1846 at Warsaw, NY. The only information listed in the Wyoming Co probate records is that Linus Warner's wife Hopey was named his executor.7 

Family Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer b. 16 December 1780, d. 5 September 1846
Marriage before 1806  He married Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer, daughter of Gideon Thayer and Maribah Wilcox, before 1806 at Lima, NY.2 
Children  1. Matthew Warner 2
  2. Emily Warner 2
  3. Willard T Warner b. 24 May 18082
  4. Linus Warner b. c 18122
  5. Harriet Warner+ b. 22 Mar 1822, d. 3 Nov 19022,8

Citations
  1. [S599] Henry R. Stiles, The History of Ancient Wethersfield Volume II, pages 733-734.
  2. [S465] Andrew W. Young, History of the Town of Warsaw, New York, page 345.
  3. [S708] The Warsaw New Yorker, 4/28/1898.
  4. [S456] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1820 ,Shelby Twp, image 4 of 4.
  5. [S457] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1830 ,Warsaw Twp, image 21 of 32.
  6. [S680] Genesee Co, NY US Census 1840 ,Warsaw Twp, image 19 of 31.
  7. [S665] W. David Samuelson, Wyoming County, New York Probate Records 1841-1900.
  8. [S709] The Warsaw New Yorker, Warsaw, NY, 11/7/1902.

Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer1
b. 16 December 1780, d. 5 September 1846

Father Gideon Thayer1,2 b. circa 1754, d. February 1836
Mother Maribah Wilcox2,1 b. 17 May 1760, d. 25 March 1816
Pedigree

Last Edited 15 Jun 2004

Birth 16 December 1780  Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer was born on 16 December 1780.1 
  She was the daughter of Gideon Thayer and Maribah Wilcox.1,2 
Marriage before 1806  Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer married Linus Warner, son of William Warner and Elizabeth Norton, before 1806 at Lima, NY.3 
Death 5 September 1846  Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer died on 5 September 1846 at Warsaw, NY, at age 65.3 
Will 1848  Hopestill "Hopey" Thayer left a will in 1848 at Warsaw, NY. Per the will of Hopey Warner, her "oldest son Willard T. Warner" was named her executor. Also listed were son Matthew Warner and daughters Emily Seymour wife of William and Harriet Relyee wife of Job.4 

Family Linus Warner b. 1784, d. 26 February 1846
Children  1. Matthew Warner
  2. Emily Warner
  3. Willard T Warner b. 24 May 1808
  4. Linus Warner b. c 1812
  5. Harriet Warner+ b. 22 Mar 1822, d. 3 Nov 19025

Citations
  1. [S927] Ruth Thayer Ravenscroft, Martin Clinton Thayer, His Ancetors & Descendants, Vol 1, part 2 Supplemental, page 323.
  2. [S926] Bezaleel Thayer, Memorial of the Thayer Name, page 260.
  3. [S465] Andrew W. Young, History of the Town of Warsaw, New York, page 345.
  4. [S665] W. David Samuelson, Wyoming County, New York Probate Records 1841-1900.
  5. [S709] The Warsaw New Yorker, Warsaw, NY, 11/7/1902.

Alice Relya
b. circa 1853

Father Job Relyea1,2 b. 28 December 1816, d. 19 June 1910
Mother Harriet Warner b. 22 March 1822, d. 3 November 1902
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Sep 2002

Birth circa 1853  Alice Relya was born circa 1853.2,1 
  She was the daughter of Job Relyea and Harriet Warner.1,2 
Marriage   Alice Relya married ? Wright.3 

Family ? Wright

Citations
  1. [S459] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1870 ,Warsaw Twp, image 39 of 79.
  2. [S458] Wyoming Co,NY US Census 1860 ,Warsaw Twp, image 36 of 75.
  3. [S709] The Warsaw New Yorker, Warsaw, NY, 11/7/1902.

Edwin Moody1
b. 1 November 1800, d. 28 May 1841

Father Isaiah Moody b. 25 February 1773, d. 20 February 1835
Mother Phila Alexander b. 20 February 1781, d. 1 November 1869
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Jun 2004

Birth 1 November 1800  Edwin Moody was born on 1 November 1800 at Northfield, MA. 
  He was the son of Isaiah Moody and Phila Alexander
Marriage 3 January 1828  Edwin Moody married Betsey Holton, daughter of Luther Holton and Betsey Hodges, on 3 January 1828 at Northfield, MA. 
Death 28 May 1841  Edwin Moody died on 28 May 1841 at Northfield, MA, at age 40. 
Census 1830  Edwin Moody appeared on the census of 1830 at Northfield, Franklin County, MA, as follows: 10012-10001.2 
Census 1840  Edwin Moody appeared on the census of 1840 at Northfield, Franklin County, MA, as follows: 411001-001001.3 

Family Betsey Holton b. 5 February 1805, d. 26 January 1896
Children  1. Isaiah Moody b. 8 Oct 1828, d. 1916
  2. Cornelia Moody b. 27 Feb 1830, d. c 1910
  3. George Frederic Moody+ b. 17 Jun 1833, d. 17 Nov 1905
  4. Edwin J. Moody b. 26 Jun 1834, d. 11 Jan 1907
  5. Luther M. Moody b. 27 Aug 1835
  6. Dwight Lyman Moody b. 5 Feb 1837, d. 22 Dec 1899
  7. Warren L. Moody b. 22 Oct 1838
  8. Elizabeth Clapp Moody b. 24 Jun 1841
  9. Samuel H. Moody b. 24 Jun 1841, d. Oct 1876

Citations
  1. [S94] Gladys Nichol Reynolds, Familytreemaker database, given to me on disk, 3/20/2000.
  2. [S960] Franklin, MA US Census 1830 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com ,Northfield Twp, image 5 of 22.
  3. [S961] Franklin, MA US Census 1840 , images of microfilm on line at Ancestry.com.


       

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Wilkesboro, NC

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