I1273: Phoebe ??? (ABT 1766 - 31 MAR 1813)

Phoebe ???

[N49]

ABT 1766 - 31 MAR 1813

Family 1 : Christopher WOLFE
  1. +John WOLFE
  2. +Luther WOLFE
  3. +Sarah WOLFE
  4. +George F WOLFE
  5.  Daniel WOLFE
  6.  Mahala WOLFE

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[N49] I am not sure which children of Christopher belonged with this wife, so for now I am including all that were not confirmed to have been born after her death. Further info would be appreciated!

[2572] [S543] Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery

[2573] [S543] Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery

[2574] [S543] Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery

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Barnabas CHASE

18 NOV 1703 - 8 MAR 1781

Father: Nathaniel CHASE
Mother: Abigail SHERMAN

Family 1 : Ruth SHERMAN
  1. +Abner CHASE
  2.  Sarah CHASE
  3.  Stephen CHASE
  4.  Deborah CHASE
  5.  Thankful CHASE

                       _William CHASE ______+
                      | (1645 - 1733)       
 _Nathaniel CHASE ____|
| (1679 - 1760) m 1703|
|                     |_Hannah SHERMAN _____+
|                                           
|
|--Barnabas CHASE 
|  (1703 - 1781)
|                      _John SHERMAN _______+
|                     | (1644 - 1734)       
|_Abigail SHERMAN ____|
  (1680 - 1748) m 1703|
                      |_Sarah SPOONER ______+
                        (1653 - 1720)       

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[4407] [S707] New England Historical and Genealogical Register

[4408] [S727] Genealogy of a Portion of the Descendants of William Chase

[4409] [S728] Genealogies of Rhode Island Families from Rhode Island Publications

[4410] [S729] Massachusetts Vital Record to 1850

[4411] [S707] New England Historical and Genealogical Register

[4412] [S728] Genealogies of Rhode Island Families from Rhode Island Publications

[18041] [S830] Marriage Index: Massachusetts, 1633-1850

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Charity I CRACRAFT

ABT 1840 - ____

Father: James CRACRAFT
Mother: Sarah VANKIRK


                       _Joseph CRACRAFT ____+
                      | (1783 - 1860)       
 _James CRACRAFT _____|
| (1807 - 1892) m 1835|
|                     |_Ruth CHASE _________+
|                       (1783 - 1870)       
|
|--Charity I CRACRAFT 
|  (1840 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Sarah VANKIRK ______|
  (1800 - 1876) m 1835|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[7200] [S734] 1850 Richland County, OH Census (Troy Twp)

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Henry Perry DANLEY

[N229]

18 MAY 1842 - 23 DEC 1928

Father: Samuel Scott DANLEY
Mother: Ruth ENLOW

Family 1 : Elsie POTTER
  1. +Grace DANLEY
  2.  Ethel Ione DANLEY
  3.  Eno S DANLEY
  4.  Lizzie L DANLEY
  5.  Edward C DANLEY
  6.  Harry Glenn DANLEY
  7.  John Enlow DANLEY

                        __
                       |  
 _Samuel Scott DANLEY _|
| (1818 - 1891) m 1838 |
|                      |__
|                         
|
|--Henry Perry DANLEY 
|  (1842 - 1928)
|                       __
|                      |  
|_Ruth ENLOW __________|
  (1817 - 1880) m 1838 |
                       |__
                          

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[N229] From: http://ourfamilyhistories.com/hsdurbin/wash/danley1.html

Claysville Recorder, Claysville, Pa.
Henry Perry Danley
Died Dec. 23 in His 87th Year

Henry Perry Danley, native and farmer resident of East Finley township for 64 years and retired resident of Claysville the past 23 years, passed away at the home of his son, John E. Danley, at 2:45 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 23rd, 1928, in his 87th year.

He had been residing at his home on Petroleum avenue, with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Supler. On account of influenza prevailing there, Mr. Danley was removed the previous Wednesday to the home of his son, further north on the same street. His illness was brief.

Mr. Danley was born May 18, 1842, near Fairview church, in East Finley township, son of Samuel and Ruth (Enlow) Danley, members of pioneer families of that township.

He attended Stoney Point school in boyhood and followed farming during his active career.

He was united in marriage Feb. 16, 1870, with Miss Elsie Potter, then of Good Intent section. The event was a double wedding in which his sister, Miss Jennie Danley, married George England, of Pleasant Grove. Showing the transportation conditions of those days Mr. Danley related that in all the section for quite a radius there were but two buggies owned, on by Wylie Patterson and the other by Ad Craig, made at Waynesburg, at a cost of near $300 each.

Their two buggies were used by the principals of the double wedding, when they went to the "infair."

Mr. Danley was connected with three congregations in his religious life--Wheeling Hill Presbyterian, Fairview Cumberland Presbyterian and Claysville United Presbyterian.

In each he was teacher in the Sabbath School many years, faithful in attendance and service, and retiring about three years ago. His church membership extends back to his youth. He was elected elder of Wheeling Hill church April 2, 1881 and held the same position with the Claysville church. Faithfulness in attendance and service marked his life as a churchman. He was active in community affairs in both country and town. He served four years a member of Claysville borough council--1907-11.

In politics he was a Republican. He leaves one son and two daughters-- John E. Danley and Mrs. Harry Supler, Claysville, and Mrs. Homer L. Craft, near Hickory; also 14 grandchildren.

Mr. Danley was the last of his family.

Funeral service was held at Claysville United Presbyterian church at 2:30 p.m. Monday, conducted by his pastor, Rev. H.L. Henderson, who used for his sermon text a favorite of Mr. Danley, "As thy days, so shall thy strength be." Personal characteristics were interwoven in a review of changing conditions. It was remarked that Mr. Danley had said that in his boyhood all in his community went to church and Sabbath School.

The pall bearers were officials of the church-- I.O. Grimes, M.L. McGill, Raymond Grimes, Don Campsey, G.J. Woodburn, and W.J.E. McLain. Interment was in Claysville cemetery.

[9940] [S751] Enlow, Len (lenenlow@comcast.net)

[9941] [S423] Gravestone at Claysville Cemetery, Claysville, PA

[9942] [S424] Claysville Cemetery Records

[9943] [S751] Enlow, Len (lenenlow@comcast.net)

[9944] [S423] Gravestone at Claysville Cemetery, Claysville, PA

[9945] [S53] 1910 Washington County, PA Census (Claysville Borough)

[9946] [S51] 1880 Washington County, PA Census (East Finley Twp)

[9947] [S424] Claysville Cemetery Records

[9948] [S424] Claysville Cemetery Records

[9949] [S751] Enlow, Len (lenenlow@comcast.net)

[9950] [S423] Gravestone at Claysville Cemetery, Claysville, PA

[9951] [S424] Claysville Cemetery Records

[18500] [S53] 1910 Washington County, PA Census (Claysville Borough)

[18501] [S751] Enlow, Len (lenenlow@comcast.net)

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Lizzie FARIS

____ - ____

Father: Atkinson FARIS
Mother: Lucretia ???


                       _James FARIS ________+
                      | (1802 - 1876) m 1827
 _Atkinson FARIS _____|
| (1830 - 1895) m 1856|
|                     |_Eleanor ATKINSON ___+
|                       (1805 - 1886) m 1827
|
|--Lizzie FARIS 
|  
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Lucretia ??? _______|
   m 1856             |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Susannah Curtis GASTON

10 JUN 1821 - 10 JAN 1854

Father: James GASTON
Mother: Dorothy FARIS


                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _James GASTON _______|
| (1796 - ....) m 1819|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Susannah Curtis GASTON 
|  (1821 - 1854)
|                      _William FARIS ______+
|                     | (1772 - 1848) m 1796
|_Dorothy FARIS ______|
  (1797 - 1874) m 1819|
                      |_Susannah CURTIS ____+
                        (1776 - 1813) m 1796

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

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

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

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Elizabeth HEPBURN

1836 - 1901

Family 1 : Matthew CANNON
  1.  F Emmett CANNON
  2.  Alice Mary CANNON
  3.  John CANNON

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[8006] [S271] Hiser, Linda Hughes (lhiser@nacs.net)

[8007] [S271] Hiser, Linda Hughes (lhiser@nacs.net)

[8008] [S262] 1870 Columbiana County, OH Census (Elkrun Twp)

[8009] [S271] Hiser, Linda Hughes (lhiser@nacs.net)

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Lawrence MCKARNS

1881 - 1971

Father: John F MCKARNS
Mother: Lydia M GRIER

Family 1 : Margaret G ???

                       _Benjamin MCKARNS ___
                      | (1812 - 1887) m 1835
 _John F MCKARNS _____|
| (1852 - 1928)       |
|                     |_Elizabeth FIFE _____+
|                       (1813 - 1900) m 1835
|
|--Lawrence MCKARNS 
|  (1881 - 1971)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Lydia M GRIER ______|
  (1855 - 1948)       |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[11849] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

[11850] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

[11851] [S149] Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions

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