I6317: James B ACKLEY (10 MAR 1840 - 12 FEB 1914)

James B ACKLEY

10 MAR 1840 - 12 FEB 1914

Father: Joshua ACKLEY
Mother: Martha SARGENT

Family 1 : Annie Jane POTTER
  1. +Forrest Samuel ACKLEY
  2.  Nellie Myrtle ACKLEY
  3.  Daniel Lester ACKLEY
  4.  Martha Jane ACKLEY

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                      |  
 _Joshua ACKLEY ______|
|                     |
|                     |__
|                        
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|--James B ACKLEY 
|  (1840 - 1914)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Martha SARGENT _____|
                      |
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[12981] [S107] West Finley Cemetery Transcript

[12982] [S420] 1880 Greene County, PA Census (Richhill Twp)

[12983] [S421] Civil War Pension File for James B. Ackley #792904

[12984] [S9] 1910 Washington County, PA Census (West Finley Twp)

[12985] [S107] West Finley Cemetery Transcript

[12986] [S107] West Finley Cemetery Transcript

[12987] [S421] Civil War Pension File for James B. Ackley #792904

[18720] [S421] Civil War Pension File for James B. Ackley #792904

[18721] [S421] Civil War Pension File for James B. Ackley #792904

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Ruth Maxine ATKINSON

1929 - ____

Father: James F ATKINSON
Mother: Mary M SETTELL

Family 1 : Paul A ISENBERG

                       _John Frazier ATKINSON _+
                      | (1865 - 1956)          
 _James F ATKINSON ___|
| (1898 - 1960)       |
|                     |_Celia Virginia GIBSON _+
|                       (1863 - 1949)          
|
|--Ruth Maxine ATKINSON 
|  (1929 - ....)
|                      ________________________
|                     |                        
|_Mary M SETTELL _____|
  (1894 - 1963)       |
                      |________________________
                                               

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[6341] [S6] Our Atkinson Family History

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Elizabeth J BELL

9 SEP 1889 - ____

Father: Robert Hamilton BELL
Mother: Margaret E ROSS


                         _John BELL __________+
                        | (.... - 1858)       
 _Robert Hamilton BELL _|
| (1852 - 1910) m 1876  |
|                       |_Margaret JOHNSTON __
|                                             
|
|--Elizabeth J BELL 
|  (1889 - ....)
|                        _____________________
|                       |                     
|_Margaret E ROSS ______|
  (1855 - 1900) m 1876  |
                        |_____________________
                                              

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[2756] [S272] McCormick Families of Southwestern Pennsylvania

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Perley COEN

1871 - 1939

Father: Alexander COEN
Mother: Elizabeth C ATKINSON

Family 1 : Virginia POE

                         _____________________
                        |                     
 _Alexander COEN _______|
| (1822 - 1887) m 1870  |
|                       |_____________________
|                                             
|
|--Perley COEN 
|  (1871 - 1939)
|                        _Josiah ATKINSON ____+
|                       | (1798 - 1881) m 1828
|_Elizabeth C ATKINSON _|
  (1834 - 1897) m 1870  |
                        |_Sarah PURCELL ______+
                          (1805 - 1878) m 1828

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[3691] [S19] Topoly, Jane Carson (topolyp@erols.com)

[3690] [S49] Gravestone at West Alexander Memorial Cemetery, West Alexander, PA

[3692] [S49] Gravestone at West Alexander Memorial Cemetery, West Alexander, PA

[3693] [S19] Topoly, Jane Carson (topolyp@erols.com)

[3694] [S49] Gravestone at West Alexander Memorial Cemetery, West Alexander, PA

[3695] [S19] Topoly, Jane Carson (topolyp@erols.com)

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Catherine L FIFE

16 DEC 1838 - 14 NOV 1884

Father: William FIFE
Mother: Mary THOMAS

Family 1 : F M TYNER
  1.  Minnie E TYNER
  2.  Frank R TYNER
  3.  Harry T TYNER
  4. +Lizzie TYNER
  5.  Fannie M TYNER
  6.  James C TYNER

                       _William FIFE _______+
                      | (1751 - 1808)       
 _William FIFE _______|
| (1793 - 1844)       |
|                     |_Margaret BOYD ______
|                       (1763 - 1849)       
|
|--Catherine L FIFE 
|  (1838 - 1884)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Mary THOMAS ________|
  (1800 - 1870)       |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[11270] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

[11271] [S282] 1850 Columbiana County, OH Census (Perry Twp)

[11272] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

[11273] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

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Martha FIFE

1798 - 18 NOV 1832

Father: William FIFE
Mother: Margaret BOYD

Family 1 : Samuel VANCE
  1.  Isaac VANCE
  2. +Mary VANCE
  3. +William VANCE
  4.  Hannah VANCE
  5.  Margaret VANCE

                       _John FIFE __________+
                      | (1721 - 1800)       
 _William FIFE _______|
| (1751 - 1808)       |
|                     |_Margaret WRIGHT ____
|                       (.... - 1800)       
|
|--Martha FIFE 
|  (1798 - 1832)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Margaret BOYD ______|
  (1763 - 1849)       |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[14096] [S209] Descendants of John and William Fife

[14097] [S209] Descendants of John and William Fife

[18351] [S174] Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania

[18352] [S817] Marriages, Washington Reporter

[18353] [S817] Marriages, Washington Reporter

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Edward GIFFORD

____ - ____

Family 1 : Mary HUPP

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Nehemiah GREEN

[N354]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Phebe KIRK
  1. +Sarah GREEN

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[N354] Grandson of this Nehemiah Green?

From Political Graveyard: http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/green6.html#RFZ1D0HTO

Green, Nehemiah (1837-1890) - of Manhattan, Riley County, Kan. Born in Hardin County, Ohio, March 8, 1837. Republican. Served in the Union Army during the Civil War; Lieutenant Governor of Kansas, 1867-68; Governor of Kansas, 1868-69. Methodist. Died in Manhattan, Riley County, Kan., January 12, 1890. Interment at Sunset Cemetery, Manhattan, Kan.

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From http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Union/Untp9BS.htm

SHEPHERD CLARK. farmer, P. O. North Lewisburg, a prominent citizen residing in Allen Township, was born in Rush Township, Champaign County, Ohio, June 7, 1832. He is a son of Angus and Elizabeth (Green) Clark, who emigrated from Lancaster, Penn., to Champaign County, Ohio, in 1826, and purchased a farm in Rush Township, containing about 200 acres. He began the work of clearing up his forest farm and made some of the first improvements in that locality. The greater part of the county yet dwelt in its wild state, and Mr. Clark was one of the first pioneers to open it up for immigration. While land was cheap, he continued to make additions till his farm constituted about 500 acres of the finest land in Rush Township, and which he improved to a high state of cultivation. About 150 acres was largely composed of sugar camp, and for twenty-five years he was engaged in manufacturing maple sugar, doing an extensive business, making from 8,000 to 10,000 pounds annually. Mr. Clark died in 1859, leaving an estate valued at $60,000. Mrs. Clark lived to be ninety - one years of age, her death occurring March 20, 1881. Her father, Nehemiah Green, was a Revolutionary patriot. He served throughout the war, and while a prisoner, was poisoned, from which he subsequently died at North Lewisburg, at the age of eighty years. Mr. Clark, the subject of this notice, is the youngest of nine children. He spent his early life on the farm where he was born, and received his education in the common schools of his native place. In 1856, the year following his first marriage, he removed to Allamakee County, Iowa, and lived four years, then returned to his native place, where he resided till 1867, when he purchased his present valuable farm. In 1877, he erected a two-story brick residence, at an expense of $10,000. It is situated on a beautiful elevation, some distance back from the pike, and forms the finest location in the township. In early life Mr. Clark formed a strong taste for farming, and has always followed its pursuits in the most thorough, practical and scientific manner. He has followed, in connection with his agriculture, breeding, re rearing and dealing in fine stock. Mr. Clark is considered one of the finest agriculturists Union County affords. He is a man whose energies are alive to all public improvements and enterprises such as are intended to benefit and enrich the county or people. He owns, besides his home farm, which contains 320 acres, 290 acres in Rush Township, Champaign County. He has been prominently identified with the Agricultural Society of Union County and for some years a regular exhibitor at its annual fairs. He is a member of the Board of Directors and Treasurer of the Ohio Farmers' and Horsemen's Mutual Protection Company, and Vice President of the Bank of North Lewisburg. Mr. Clark served his township in the capacity of Trustee three terms, and as Land Appraiser in 1870; he was elected to other offices, but declined to fill them. He is associated with the Masonic fraternity, in which order he has taken the Red Cross degree ; he is also connected with Commandery No. 19. During the war, Mr. Clark was active in the interest of the Union, and was liberal in clearing the township of the draft and furnishing means for the soldiers. His political affiliations have always been with the Republican party. Mr. Clark has been twice married; the first time to Miss Hannah Barney, who died and left four children, viz., Flora E., wife of Joseph Spain, Alice, Lucy E. and Charles. His second marriage occurred April 16, 1870, to Miss Eliza Asher, daughter of John and Deborah Asher. Mrs. Clark was born in Logan County, Ohio, August 25, 1838. Five children were given to bless this union-Pearl, John E., George, Ada and Blanche,

[14899] [S600] Genealogy of the descendents of John Kirk

[18864] [S829] Third Presbyterian Church Marriages 1785 - 1799: Philadelphia, PA

[18865] [S583] Kirk Ancestor Charts and Family Group Sheets

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Joseph HICKMAN

1797 - ____

Father: Peter HICKMAN
Mother: Abigal FAUCIT


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 _Peter HICKMAN ______|
|                     |
|                     |__
|                        
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|--Joseph HICKMAN 
|  (1797 - ....)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Abigal FAUCIT ______|
                      |
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[4587] [S212] History of Allegheny County, PA Vol II

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William HUSTON

____ - ____

Family 1 : Susan DAGUE

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[15939] [S390] Harris, Patty (hrfrosty@aol.com)

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Elmer KIMMONS

3 DEC 1867 - 10 MAY 1954

Father: Samuel KIMMONS
Mother: Elizabeth E WHEELER

Family 1 : Jennie PEDERSON
  1.  Chester KIMMONS
  2. +Eroy Lincon KIMMONS

                        _Thomas KIMMONS _____+
                       | (1787 - 1866)       
 _Samuel KIMMONS ______|
| (1822 - 1887) m 1845 |
|                      |_Rebekah ENLOW ______
|                        (1791 - 1881)       
|
|--Elmer KIMMONS 
|  (1867 - 1954)
|                       _____________________
|                      |                     
|_Elizabeth E WHEELER _|
  (1825 - 1900) m 1845 |
                       |_____________________
                                             

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[5556] [S191] Kimmons, Chris (ckimmons@austin.rr.com)

[5557] [S191] Kimmons, Chris (ckimmons@austin.rr.com)

[18135] [S191] Kimmons, Chris (ckimmons@austin.rr.com)

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Joseph LEATHERWOOD

23 DEC 1831 - 2 JUN 1892

Father: Aaron LEATHERWOOD
Mother: Elizabeth HAMILTON

Family 1 : Emily Pleasant NICHOLS
  1.  Tamzen Jane LEATHERWOOD
  2.  William LEATHERWOOD
  3.  Anna LEATHERWOOD
  4.  Hannah E LEATHERWOOD
  5.  Samuel Townsend LEATHERWOOD
  6.  Macy Edwin LEATHERWOOD
  7.  Joseph Harlan LEATHERWOOD
  8.  Roscoe Aaron LEATHERWOOD

                       _Zachariah LEATHERWOOD _+
                      | (1779 - 1850) m 1802   
 _Aaron LEATHERWOOD __|
| (1807 - 1891)       |
|                     |_Catherine TENER _______
|                       (1777 - 1853) m 1802   
|
|--Joseph LEATHERWOOD 
|  (1831 - 1892)
|                      ________________________
|                     |                        
|_Elizabeth HAMILTON _|
  (1812 - ....)       |
                      |________________________
                                               

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[9306] [S183] Leatherwoods

[9307] [S183] Leatherwoods

[9308] [S183] Leatherwoods

[18426] [S183] Leatherwoods

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William THOMAS

____ - ____

Family 1 : Barbara ???
  1.  William Henry THOMAS

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