Joseph Huston SARRATT, *1822-1899 a76yrs
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Joseph Huston SARRATT, *1822-1899 age 76yrs
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Fifth Generation!
Joseph Huston SURRATT;
(1st s/o Samuel,5 & Isabella (HUSTON) SURRATT) of Washington Co., PA.
(1Gs/o Alphonsus & Ann (HARRISON) SARRATT) of Prince George's Co., MD.
(2Gs/o Joseph,2 & Mary (Unk) SARRATT) of Prince George's Co., MD.
(3Gs/o Joseph,1 & Katherine SARRATT) The American Progenitor
b. 23 Dec 1822, West Maiden St., Washington Co., PA. d. 30 Jan 1899, a76y at Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. Buried: Stuebenville Cemetery, Jefferson Co., OH. At a26y he married on 14 December 1847 in Jefferson Co., OH. to 21 year old Miss Ruth Elson PERMAR; (2nd d/o James PERMAR & Mother Elizabeth BAXTER) b. 04 Nov 1826 in Steubenville, Jefferson Co. Ohio, d. __ ___ 1875, a48y in Steubenville, Jefferson Co. Ohio, Buried: Stuebenville Cemetery, Jefferson Co., OH. They had 7 Children born to this Union: per [REF:002] They had 8 Children born to this Union: per [Census Records! (Missing Emma)] 1. 1st Dau: Emma, c1848- d. young! 2. 2nd Dau: Ann A., c1849-1851 a 2y d. young! 3. 3rd Dau: Helen B., c1852- m. Spence Wallace. 4. 1st Son: Joseph, c1854-1855 a 1y d. young! 5. 4th Dau: Mary E., c1857- 6. 2nd Son: James F., c1858- 7. 3rd Son: Samuel A., c1860-1911 a51y 8. 5th Dau: Julia M., c1866-1937 a71y m. John D. SINCLAIR,
Chronological Order of Events
Joseph Huston SARRATT
 Item  Date  Age  Description (Click on Underline for Source)  Living in Co.
 Born  1822    home of Parents on   West Maiden St.  Washington Co., PA.
 Census  1830   8rs  home of Parents in   West Maiden St.  Washington Co., PA.
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Jefferson Co., OH. was created in 1797, from the larger Washington Co. The County Seat is Steubenville, OH. 43952. It is located in the Southeast part of the State; Bounded with: Columbiana Co. on the North; Hancock & Brooke Co.'s West Virginia on the East; Belmont Co., OH on the South; Harrison Co. on the Southwest; With Carroll Co. on the Northwest.
(First Census 1820, Pro Judge has m., pro naturalization rec; Clerk of Courts civ, ct rec from 1797; Co. Recorder has land from 1797, Board of Health, steubenville has b. & d. rec.)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Jefferson Co., OH. was named for Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, Secretary of State, and Vice President of the United States at the time of the county's creation. It was created July 29, 1797, by proclamation of Governor Arthur St. Clair. In 1786, the United States built Fort Steuben on a hill overlooking the Ohio River. The fort's purpose was to protect the government surveyors mapping seven ranges of wilderness land from Indian attack. When the surveyors had completed their task, the two companies of troops were transferred to Fort Harmar. In 1794, the abandoned fort caught fire. In the meantime, a small cluster of homes had collected around the fort in 1787, which the residents named La Belle. In 1797, Jefferson County was created, and the site where La Belle stood was selected as the county seat. Bezaleel Wells and James Ross laid out a town around La Belle, whose name was subsequently changed to Steubenville in honor of the charred fort. During the first half of the nineteenth century, Steubenville was primarily a port town. However, in 1856, Frazier, Kilgore and Company erected a rolling mill (the forerunner of the area's steel mills) and the Steubenville Coal and Mining Company sank a coal shaft resulting in a new industrial base for the city and county. Around 1800, a group of Quakers founded the town of Mount Pleasant, which became a center for abolitionist activity. Besides being a primary stop on the Underground Railroad, Mount Pleasant in 1817 saw the publication of one of the first abolitionist newspapers in the United States - the "Philanthropist". In 1837, Ohio's first abolitionist convention was held in Mount Pleasant. Jefferson County was the birthplace of President Abraham Lincoln's secretary of war, Edwin M. Stanton, who was born in Steubenville on December 19, 1814.
Marriage Records of Jefferson Co., OH 1844-1850, pg. 39,
"Joseph H Sarratt and Ruth E. Permar m. 14 Dec 1847 by G.S. Holmes, Min. M.E. Church Dec 13 Robert S. O'Hara sworn as to ages and affidavidt filed." [REF:#002]
Joseph H. SARRATT came to Steubenville, OH. in 1845,. He had learned the Jewelry business with James REED of Washington, PA. [REF:#90, Page 19
Joseph H. SARRATT, a28y can be found with family in the 1850 Census for Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. [1850 Census, M-432, Reel 699, Page NdRcd., F.Visit: 0001] H/H Joseph H. SARRATT, a28y b. 1822 PA. Wife: Ruth E.,(PERMAR), a18y b. 1832 VA. 1. 1st Dau: Ann A., a 2y b. 1849 OH. d. 1851 Joseph H. SARRATT, a38y can be found with family in the 1860 Census for Ward 2, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. [1860 Census, M-653, Reel 993, Page 229., F.Visit: 0017] H/H Joseph H. SARRATT, a38y b. 1822 PA. Wife: Ruth E.,(PERMAR), a28y b. 1832 VA. 2. 2nd Dau: Helen B., a 9y b. 1852 OH. m. Spence Wallace. 4. 3rd Dau: Mary E., a 4y b. 1857 OH. 5. 2nd Son: James F., a 2y b. 1858 OH. Lloyd CHAPMAN, a12y b. 1848 VA. <--Nephew?, s/o Sister Nancy? Sixth Generation! 1. Emma SARRATT, (1st d/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1848, Washington, Washington Co., PA. b. bfr 1860 Census, age 12yrs, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) 2. Anna Aline SARRATT, (2nd d/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1849, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. c1851, age 2yrs, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) 3. Helen B. SARRATT, (3rd d/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1852, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. Unknown (to me) Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 22yrs she married in 1874, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. to Spencer WALLACE,
Bio SPENCE WALLACE, City treasurer of Steubenville, OH., has been a resident of this city since he was two years of age. His birth took place at Barnesville, O., in August, 1851, but to the schools of Steubenville he is indebted for his educational training. Prior to 1900 Mr. Wallace was engaged with different business houses in a clerical capacity, in that year being appointed assistant postmaster, and serving as such until 1904. In 1908 he was elected city treasurer and both officially and personally he enjoys the esteem and confidence of the public.
In 1874 Mr. Wallace was married to Miss Helen B. Sarratt, a daughter of Joseph H. Sarratt, and they have one daughter, Nellie R. WALLACE/
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are members of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Mr. Wallace is identified with the fraternal orders of Elks and Knights of Pythias, and in the latter order is very prominent, being vice grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Ohio.
[Source: Doyle Bio., Jefferson Co., OH. ]
4. Joseph H. SARRATT, Jr. (1st s/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1854, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. c1855, age 1yr, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) 5. Mary Elizabeth SARRATT, (1st d/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1856, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. Unknown, Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Not Traced! 6. James Fleming SARRATT, (2nd s/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1858, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. Unknown, Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) 7. Samuel Allen SARRATT, (3rd s/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1849, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. c1911, age 51yrs, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) 8. Julia M. SARRATT, (4th d/o Joseph H. SARRATT & Mother: Ruth Elson PERMAR) b. c1866, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. b. Unknown, Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me)
  Source and Reference Notes
 [REF:#001]  Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.   [email protected]
Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)©
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 [REF:#002]  Bridget Ordich   Address: [email protected]
E-Mail: Subj: Permar and Sarratt
     1st E-Mail: Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2002 11:39:11 PM ESTime
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