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Mrs. Mary Freeman Dies

Mrs. Mary Freeman, wife of James Freeman of Chapman died last Wednesday aged 70 years. The cause of her death was cancer of the stomach. She leaves to mourn their loss husband, two daughters and five sons.

Funeral services were held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the home. Burial in Exline cemetery with Undertaker Chas. L. Wood in charge.

The Semi-weekly Sun : October 15, 1917 
Anderson, Mary E (I172)
 
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Sanford Freeman, 70, buried on Friday

Final rites were conducted Friday afternoon in the Evergreen church for Sanford Freeman, 70 year old retired Jackson township farmer, who died December 22nd as the result of a heart ailment.

Mr. Freeman is surviced by two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Stevens, of Marion, and Mrs. Della Tripp, of Wellston.

Burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery under the direction of Clyde E. Mayhew.

The Jackson Sun-journal, December 30, 1947 
Freeman, Sanford David (I177)
 
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1892 New York Census, Dutchess Co, Red Hook, ED 2, page 6

Catherine Gruntler,f,45
Phillip Gruntler, m, 17
Adam Gruntler, m,15
Lulu Gruntler, f,13
Edward K. Gruntler, m,10
Roseanna Gruntler, f, 9
Caroline Gruntler, f,7
Elizabeth Gruntler, f,5
Margaret Gruntler, f, 1 
Unverzagt, Catherine (I1812)
 
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1900 US Federal Census Connecticut, Hartford, Hartford

Gruntler, Katherine, Head, w,f, July 1847,52,wd, 12 children 11 still living, Germany, Germany, Germany, immigrated in 1856
Phillip, son,w,m,Sept 1875,24,s, NY, Germany, Germany, Nail maker, can read and write
Henry A,son,w,m, July 1877,22,s, NY, Germany, Germany, machine repairer, can read and write
Lulu M,daughter, w,f, June 1879, 20,s, NY, Germany, Germany, milliner, can read and write
Edward K, son, w,m, Nov 1881, 18,s, NY, Germany, Germany, Shipping clerk,can read and write
Rosana, daughter, w,f, Oct 1883,16,s, NY,Germany, Germany, can read and write
Carolina E, daughter, w,f, Sept 1885,14,s, NY, Germany, Germany, at school, can read and write
Elizabeth, daughter, w,f, Jun 1888,12,s, NY, Germany, Germany, at school, can read and write
Margaret, daughter, w,f,Dec 1890,9,s, NY, Germany, Germany, at school
Frederick, nephew, w,m,Feb 1883, 17,s,NY,NY,NY, nail maker, can read and write
Heineman, Monroe,boarder, w,m,Aug 1882, 17,s, NY, Germany, Germany, day laborer 
Unverzagt, Catherine (I1812)
 
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Charles Wise, Jr.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on Jul. 21, 1915
Departed on Aug. 10, 2007 and resided in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Visitation: Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2007
Service: Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007
Cemetery: Spring Grove Cemetery

Charles Wise, Jr. "Charlie" age 92 years, died at his home in Northside on Friday August 10, 2007. Mr. Wise, a WWII US Army Veteran, was retired from the American Excelsior Company. Father of Charles Matthew Wise of Ft. Thomas, KY. Dear friend of the late Anna M. Richmond and her family. Also survived by brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. Dear Papa of Steven, James and Anna Sue Richmond, Lois Craft, Sharon and Robbin Richmond. Friends may call at Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, 4138 Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton Street, Northside, Tuesday August 14 from 5-8 PM. Funeral service Wednesday August 15 at 10 AM. with Rev. Kenneth J. Nichols, Officiating. Interment will immediately follow at Spring Grove Cemetery with Military Honors. Memorials may be directed to Shriners Burns Hospital.

Heat Blamed in 2 Deaths-Cincinnati Enquirer
Charles Wise Jr., 92, died in his Northside home Aug. 10 from systemic hyperthermia. Investigators noted his home had neither air-conditioning nor fans. 
Wise, Charles J (I90)
 
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Davisville Woman dies at Hospital

Mrs. James Woodruff Mother of 10 Children, Called Sunday.
___________________

Mrs. James Woodruff, 39, of near Davisville died at Holzer Hospital, Gallipolis, early Sunday morning.

Mrs. Woodruff was taken to the hospital last week in a serious condition. Her death came as a result of childbirth, together with complications of influenza and pneumonia. Her infant child, born dead early Thursday, was buried at Fairmount Thursday afternoon.

The Davisville woman is the mother of 10 living children, namely: Mrs. Ralph Leach and Mrs. Elmer Leach of Jackson, Mrs. Henry Leach of Detroit; Herschel, Pauline, Marion, Corda, Richard, Helen, and Juanita, all at home. The youngest child Juanita is two years old.

Mrs. Woodruff is also survived by her husband; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tripp of Cincinnati; and five brothers and two sisters. She also leaves one grandchild.

Funeral services will be held from the home Tuesday at 2 p.m., with Rev L. C. Watts of Coalton. Interment will be made at Fairmount by Funeral Director John Thomas of Jackson.

Two of the Woodruff daughters married Leach brothers. A third also married a Leach, cousin of the others.

The Jackson Sun-journal , Friday, 4 May 1928 
Tripp, Cordelia (I107)
 
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Obituary:

ALAMO -- Ray Greenway, 68, independent truck driver, died Wednesday at his home after a month's illness. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Bells Funeral Home with burial in Oak View Memorial Park near here. Mr. Greenway leaves four daughters, Carol Turpen of Maury City, Sandy Greenway and Pamala Jean Sweat, both of Bells, and Martha Ann Medlin of Alamo; three sons, William L. Greenway and Robert Neal Greenway, both of Alamo, and Jimmy Wayne Greenway of Brownsville; two sisters, Dorothy Phillips of Alamo and Jeanette Byrd of Memphis; a brother, Wallace Greenway of Alamo; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

(From "The Commercial Appeal," Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, 14 Jan 1994.)
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Censuses:
1930, Tennessee, Perry County, Second District, SD 2, ED 68-4, Page 224B, Sheet 8B, Dwelling 182, Family 182, 17 Apr 1930, Ancestry.com Image 16.
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Greenway, Ray (I4357)
 
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Shelbyville Times Gazette - Dec 18, 2008

Mildred Farlow Vincion
Dec. 16, 2008
Mildred Farlow Vincion, 94, of Eagleville, died Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lawrence Funeral Home, Chapel Hill, with the Rev. Tommy Jobe and the Rev. Vance King officiating. Burial will follow at Swanson Cemetery, Chapel Hill.
Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. Friday.
A native of Marshall County, she was the daughter of the late Willie Thomas and Ella Mai Cole Farlow. She was retired from the old Stahl-Urban company of Shelbyville, was a homemaker, and a member of Rocky Glade Cumberland Presbyterian Church near Eagleville. She was active in the Eagleville Homemakers Club, the Eagleville Senior Citizens and was a board member of the Eagleville Library. Preceding her in death were her husband, Henry Maynard Vincion, in 1978 and a daughter, Mary Louise Vincion.
Survivors include two daughters, Alma Hazel, of Eagleville, and Barbara Bowman, of Murfreesboro; two sons, Emory Vincion, of Shelbyville, and L.D. Vincion, of Madison; three sisters, Myrtle Ring, of Pottsville, Linda Duncan, of Lakeland, Fla., and Delores Sisk, of Columbia; seven grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Rocky Glade Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Stained Glass Window Fund, c/o Mary Ralston, 1010 Cedar Grove Road, Chapel Hill, TN 37034. 
Farlow, Mildred (I3977)
 
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Taps Sound For Three Veterans of Days of '61

Allen Washburn, Rev. Robert Farmer and James D. Freeman are Called by Death
________

....
James D. Freeman Found Dead at the Home of His Son Near Carshops Saturday Evening
____________

... James D. Freeman, aged 84, of Jackson, a member of the Seventy Third Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

First to answer the call was James D. Freeman, whose body was found at the home of his son "Pony" Freeman Saturday evening. The son left his father in apparent good health Saturday eveing to go down to buy groceries. When he returned he found his father had expired of a heart attack.

Funeral services were held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Marion Tripp on Bridge street at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. E. B. White, pastor of the United Brethren Church officiating. Burial was made at the Exline graveyard by Funeral Director Charles L. Wood.

The Jackson Herald, Wednesday, March 24, 1926. 
Freeman, James D (I171)
 
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The pension file states in several places that the date of death is 4 July 1864. I believe this is the correct date because the affidavits in the record were recorded much closer to the date of death. The headstone reads 4 July 1863, I believe the headstone was done later at the time of Rosanna's death in 1891. 
Gruntler, Christian (I37)
 
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Union Cemetery Association
OLD CEMETERY
SECTION 29
Lot: 25
Space: 3  
Barbee, Nerva (I4450)
 
12 "aka van Schalckwyck, 'afterwards called Ostrom, van Oosteroom and van Ostrum.'

"The identification of 'Oosterom' with 'van Schalckwyck,' here first made, determines the Oosterom ancestor and gives the baptismal dates of two of his children, Jan and 'Trintje. Van Oosterom owned land at Flushing, L. I. (Bergen's Early Settlers, 217), and at Bergen, N. J. (Winfield's Land Titles, 69, 70, 127, 270, 272, 314)."
Hendrick Jans Ostrum was one of the two first settlers of Poughkeepsie, New York (Baltus Barents Van Kleeck was the other). He signed a lease in Albany on 9 Jun 1687. His son Jan Hendricks "bought a farm on the north side of Main, between the modern Innis Avenue and Pershing Avenue. That farm ultimately became the Glebe of the Church of England in Dutchess County and the Glebe House, built in 1767, is now the property of the City of Poughkeepsie." 
Oosteroom, Hendrick* Janszen (I1371)
 
13 "among the first settlers to move to the Esopus from Fort Orange."
"was one of the 17 original Comunicants of the Old Dutch Church at Kingston" 
Hendrickse, Margriet* (I1368)
 
14 "cititzen and butcher and churchelder at St. Catherinen" Steinkopf, Johann (I1534)
 
15 "had no living children" Whitney, Elnathan (I2877)
 
16 "His descendants used the surname Matthyssen until they officially changed their names to Van Keuren in 1716...", then later changed the spelling to Van Curen, Van Kuren and Van Curon. Keulen, Matthys Matthyssen Van (I1506)
 
17 "In 1741, Isaac Frost bought from Charles Wright and Mary Wright his mother, 47 acres of land with buildings thereon, on the west side of Mill River Neck, adjacent to the Papaquatunk or Beaver Swamp River, and located quite convenient to the 'lumbering spring'; also, in 1754, bought of Samuel Fosdick, 8 acres in the vicinity, and in 1755 a tract from Nicholas and Townsend Weekes adjoining the road to the 'Town.' In 1763 Isaac and Mary Frost sold the aforenamed farm to John Underhill of John and Rebecca (Frost) Underhill, in which family it continued for four generations. There is on it now the Mill Neck R.R. Station and Post Office.
"Isaac and family removed to Crom Pond in Cortlandt Manor, now Tp. of Cortlandt, Westchester County, N.Y. and thence to Tp. of Clinton, Dutchess County, New York." 
Frost, Isaac (I1244)
 
18 "inhabitant at Hohen-Silsen (Hohen Sulzen?) in the Grafschaft Falkenstein" Rauch, Johannes (I1532)
 
19 "Jacobus was one of the signers of the Revolutionary Articles of Association in 1775 which preceded the Revolutionary War.
"In 1780 during the Revolution, Jacobus was a volunteer in Colonel Henry J. Van Rensselaer's Albany County Associated Exempts, men too old for militia service who would take up arms if their home community came under attack. In 1805 he was one of the founders of the church in Woodstock, New York." 
Ostrander, Jacobus (I1208)
 
20 "Jan joined the Bergen, N. J. (Reformed) Church, in June 1682, and his wife became a member October 1, 1683, by certificate from Midwout, Long Island. The couple moved up to Poughkeepsie where some of their children were born, and where most of them lived, and where Jan was Elder, elected June, 1716. The loss of the (Poughkeepsie?) (Reformed) Church baptismal records, 1645-1764, precludes an accurate record of many descendants."
A Gerrit Willems "Oosteroom" was at Rensselaerwyck in 1633, but does not again appear. 
Ostrom, Jan Hendrickszen (I1369)
 
21 "Johan Felden Valkenburg, his wife, and 2 ch. were listed on Capt. Robert
Lourens's ship in Holland in 1709 (Rotterdam Lists); they were recorded
near their relatives Johan Peter Bekker and Paulus Preker (sic), as well
as other 1709ers from the Neuwied area such as Paulus Dentger, Nicolaus
Heistrebath, and Jacob Wolpret. Valentin Falckenburg, aged 38, his wife
and sons aged 7 and 2, Ref., husbandman and vinedresser, were in the 3rd
arrivals in England in 1709 (London Lists).
" Johann Wilhelm Falckenburg made his first appearance on the
Hunter Lists 4 July 1710 with 1 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 1 pers.
under 10 yrs. in the household; on 4 July 1710 and thereafter, the family
was recorded with 2 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 1 pers. under 10 yrs.
The Hunter entries on this emigrant called him both Johann Wilhelm and
Valentin. Valin Ffauldkinberg: 1 man, 1 boy aged 8 and under, and 1
woman were in Ulster County in 1710/11 (West Camp Census). Valentin
Falckenburg and Elisabetha, with 2 ch. were at Beckmansland ca. 1716/17
(Simmendinger Register)."
Baptismal sponsors were: Johannes Moritz, Valentin Friedrich, and Juliana
- d/o Herbert Neitzert at O.B."Johan Felden Valkenburg, his wife, and 2 ch. were listed on Capt. Robert Lourens's ship in Holland in 1709 (Rotterdam Lists); they were recorded near their relatives Johan Peter Bekker and Paulus Preker (sic), as well as other 1709ers from the Neuwied area such as Paulus Dentger, Nicolaus Heistrebath, and Jacob Wolpret. Valentin Falckenburg, aged 38, his wife and sons aged 7 and 2, Ref., husbandman and vinedresser, were in the 3rd arrivals in England in 1709 (London Lists).
" Johann Wilhelm Falckenburg made his first appearance on the Hunter Lists 4 July 1710 with 1 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 1 pers. under 10 yrs. in the household; on 4 July 1710 and thereafter, the family was recorded with 2 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 1 pers. under 10 yrs. The Hunter entries on this emigrant called him both Johann Wilhelm and Valentin. Valin Ffauldkinberg: 1 man, 1 boy aged 8 and under, and 1 woman were in Ulster County in 1710/11 (West Camp Census). Valentin Falckenburg and Elisabetha, with 2 ch. were at Beckmansland ca. 1716/17 (Simmendinger Register)."
Baptismal sponsors were: Johannes Moritz, Valentin Friedrich, and Juliana - d/o Herbert Neitzert at O.B. 
Falckenberg, Valentin* (Johann Wilhelm) (I432)
 
22 "Johann Wilhelm Steinkopf, citizen and butcher and s/o Johann Steinkopf"
aged 61-2-6 (Oppenheim Ref. Chbk.) 
Steinkopf, Master Wilhelm (I1533)
 
23 "Left home" - possibly did not actually immigrate at this time McMANN, Jeremiah (I3182)
 
24 "Maas Cornelius ... did not follow the lead of his two older brothers who used the surname Van Buren, indicating the family's origins in Holland. Instead, perhaps because he was the first of the family to be born in America, he adopted the surname Van Bloemendaal, later to become anglicized as Bloomingdale." Bloemendaal, Maas Cornelissen Van (I1325)
 
25 "Niclaus DRUMBAUER (Hunter Lists #150) Niclas Trombauer aged 33, his wife, a son aged 6, daughters aged 3 and 3/4,Rom.Cath., husbandman and vinedresser, were in the 1st arrivals in England in 1709(London Lists)"
"Niclaus Drumbauer made his first appearance on the Hunter Lists 4 Aug 1710 with 2 pers.over 10 yrs. of age and 3 pers. under 10 yrs .; the entry for 4 Oct 1710 read 1 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 3 pers. under 10 . On 24 June 1711 he was recorded with 3 pers. over 10 yrs. and 2 under 10, and on 24 June 1712 with 3 pers. over 10 yrs. and 3 pers. under 10 in the household.Nicolaus Trompoor was nat. 8 and 9 Sept 1715 (Kingston Nats.) Nicolaus Trumbohr and Magdalena with their ch. were at Beckmansland ca.1716/17 (Simmendinger Register) Nicolas Dromboer was a freeholder of Kingston in 1728 (Ulster Co.Freehodlers), and he appeared in the Kingston Trustees Records (Bk.2 pp.72-74). The Hunter Lists suggest that he md. twice (HJ): by his first wife he had ch.: 
Trumbohr, Nicolaus (I2897)
 
26 "Papers in the estate of Daniel Rykenbergh, late of Livingston Manor, were issued to Hendrick Rykenberg 11 April 1789 (Columbia County Administration Bk. A)...." Henry Z. Jones, Jr. Reiffenberg, Daniel (I338)
 
27 "Parents moved in 1663 to Brooklyn. 1677, "Machild Roelofse," of the Wallabout, was a member of the Brooklyn Church, and is entered as moved to Bergen, N. J. (Bergen's Early Settlers, 243)." Duytscher, Macheltje Roelofsze de (I1573)
 
28 "Southard or Southart, Thomas, of Gd [Gravesend], (sup.) English, m. Annica da. of Anthony Jansen from Salee. Bought Dec. 20, 1650, of Thomas Applegate the one half of the lot Applegate bought of Randell Hunt, as per Gd. rec. Owned plantation-lot No. 11 in Gd in 1653. He quarrelled with his father-in-law Anthony Jansen about the ownership of cattle, on which Anthony was imprisoned by the local court of Gd, but released by the higher one of the colony, as per p. 136 of Calendar of Dutch Man. He appears to have removed to Hempstead, where he resided in 1670, having sons Thomas Junr and John, whose descendants reside in that locality. He was also probably the ancestor of the Southards of N.J.... " See Samuel, son of Thomas, Jr. for more info.

From a Family Group Sheet in LDS online site:
"It was fortunate for me that Jane and Jim were still in New Jersey when I found I had yet another family of that state to be researched. Jacob Falkenburg, grandson of the first Henry Jacob Falkenburg, married a Phoebe Southard. Jane and Jim found this researched by Ralph Potter at the New Jersey Historical Society in Newark. The first American Southards were not of which we can be proud. Let us hope that their unlovable characteristics were diluted through the years by other more gentle traits given to us by other ancestors.
"Thomas Southard was the first of this family in America. He was probably of a family of English dissenters who went first to Holland -- as he was born there about 1615, possibly in Leyden. He settled at Gravesend, Long Island and went to work for a farmer named Anthony Jansen. Anthony was of a somewhat higher station in life and a man of property on Long Island. His father was Jan Jansen Van Haarlem. As you know, Haarlem is a city in Holland and no doubt that district in New York got its name from that Dutch city.
"Anthony and Grietje Reyniers were married on board the ship that brought them to America ca 1631. Annica, the first of their four daughters, was born around 1632 in what is now lower Manhattan in New York City. In a mutually agreeable arrangement Thomas Southard and Annica Jansen were married. Thomas was probably looking to a dower, and Anthony no doubt happy to have one of his daughters off his hands. Thomas bought land of Anthony whereby making them neighbors. Court records show Anthony to be mean and quarrelsome, and at odds with the law, with the church pastor and his wife, and finally with Thomas who was no less contentious. When it became apparent that things would be no better between the families, Thomas and Annica moved to Hempstead, Long Island. There they raised their family of 9 children. They died there, he in 1688. Annica was still living in 1698. Their second son, John, was our ancestor.
"As the sons grew to manhood they found it more difficult to live in Hempstead as they felt more Dutch than English.
"In the years before the Revolution, feelings ran high between the American rebels and those loyal to the crown. Their English neighbors insisted they take sides. To escape this, many Southards decided to leave Hempstead, some going up the Hudson River and others going to Connecticut. Our John had married Grace Carman who lived on a neighboring farm. I believe she was the daughter of either Joseph or Caleb Carman. Thus the name ...."
on a ship named the Falcon, according to tradition
Thomas Southard's father is presumed to be Thomas (ID 3983) (1579->1615), but no proof has been found. An analysis of all the Southards and Southworths in England and Holland at the time points to this conclusion. 
Southard, Thomas* (I1218)
 
29 "The European origins of the family were at 6342 Haiger (5 km. w. of Dillenburg). The early chbks. of this villagecrucial to my study are no longer extant. Johann Georg Reiffenberg of Flammersbach in Amt Haiger petitioned to leave Germany in 1709 (Nassau-Dillenburg Petitions). Perhaps he was the s/o Christianus Reiffenberger, s/o the late Johannes Reiffenberger from Flammersbach in the Ampt Haiger, who md. Cathrina, d/o Johannes Cuntz from Amdorf, 6 Oct 1672 at 6348 Herborn (HJ). The earlier Johannes Reiffenberg of Flammersbach had a daughter Anna Elisabetha who sp. at 6349 Breitscheid at an early date.
"Johann Georg Reiffenberg made his initial appearance on the Hunter Lists 31 Dec 1710 with 4 pers. over 10 yrs. of age. The family showed 3 pers. over 10 yrs. 27 Mar 1712. Jno. Geo. Rieffenberg of Annsberg was a soldier in 1711 (Palatine Volunteers to Canada). Jury Ryvenberger was on the roll of the independent comanie of the Mannor of Livingston 30 Nov 1715 (Report of the State Historian, Vol. I, p. 523). Jurich Reyfenburger was nat. 14 Feb 1715/16 (Albany Nats.). Georg Reiffenberger with wife and ch. was at Heessberg ca. 1716/17 (Simmendinger Register). Jury Ryvenberger was a Palatine Debtor in 1718, 1719, 1721, 1722, and 1726 (Livingston Debt Lists). The w/o Johann Georg (1) was called Maria Elisabetha in 1720 (HJ). The ch. of Johann Georg....", Quoted from Henry Z. Jones, Jr., The Palatine Families...., Vol. 2, p. 763. 
Reiffenberg, Johann* Georg (I326)
 
30 "Tristram Hull, the second son of the Rev. Joseph Hull, was a man of prominence in Barnstable, where he was chosen Selectman, and served on numerous committees, being empowered to buy land from the Indians, for the improvement of the town, etc. Captain Hull was a 'chip off the old block,' and cared for neither King nor Kaiser, when either interfered with what he wished to do. Colonel Hull, in his pamphlet, gives an interesting account of the manner in which Tristram aided an old church member, who had been fined and banished for 'raising his voice' against Quaker persecution. He picked him up bodily, and carried him off in his own ship as far as Sandwich, on the Cape, in direct violation of the law and contempt of the magistrates. When Captain Hull died he left, besides two fine ships, land, etc., 1150, 5s, 2d. 4. CAPT. TRISTRAM HULL, 1624-1667, of New England, 2nd son of (1) Rev.Joseph Hull and his wife [?Joanna], was in 1643 residing at Yarmouth, where he was enrolled and mustered in the little army of which Miles Standish was 'Captain-General.' In 1643 he was married to Blanche (???),and previous to 1648 moved to Barnstable. Evidently he was bred to a sea-faring career, for he owned a ship named The Catch, was part owner of the bark Hopewell, and frequently made long sea voyages. Customs entries show that he was engaged to a considerable extent in trade with the West Indies. Capt. Hull when 'on shore' took a lively interest in local affairs affecting the wellbeing of Barnstable, was treated with special consideration by his fellow townsmen, and unhesitatingly performed the multifarious duties expected in those days of prominent and public spirited citizens. The records of Barnstable show that he frequently served on juries, was one of the town dignitaries appointed to wait upon the Assembly Committee concerning the town charter, took a leading part in the purchase of town lands from the Indians, served one year as constable, and during the last six years of his life was a leading member of the town board of selectmen. In the government's fanatical and inhuman persecution of the Quakers his sympathies were with the latter, and he boldly rendered them assistance and succor whenever and wherever occasion offered. For this he was subjected to much annoyance and heavy fines, but there is nothing to indicate that this made him change his course. In spite of the government's unjust and cruel attitude toward the Quakers, or rather we should doubtless say because of it, several of his children and many of their descendants publicly espoused the Quaker faith, and some of them became prominent leaders in the denomination. Capt. Hull died at Barnstable, leaving a large estate for one of his age and times. His will is dated Dec. 30, 1666, and was proved on Mar. 12, following. In the inventory of his estate we find record, in addition to the lands and ships above mentioned, of 36 head of cattle assessed at 118 pounds, 5 shillings; cash, 105 pounds, and due the estate, exclusive of an undefined amount 'in hands of the Indians,' 300 pounds. His will provides that his son Joseph shall have the homestead and lands attached and six acres more; that his wife Blanche shall have the use of new portion of house and 150 pounds; that his three daughters shall each have 100 pounds; that his son John shall have a certain lot and 30 pounds; that Robert Davis shall have 3 pounds, and that the residuary estate be divided equally, share and share alike, among his wife and children. A short time after his death his widow was married to a Capt. Hedge, who was old enough to have been her father, and from whom she soon separated. CHILDREN
25. Mary Hull, b. Sept. 30, 1645; m. 1661, Joseph Holway. 26. Sarah Hull, b. Oct. 18, 1647; d. in infancy.
27. Sarah Hull, b. Mar. 30, 1650; m. Joseph Allen.
28. Joseph Hull, b. June 2, 1652; d. 1709 or 1719; m. 1676, Experience Harper.
29. John Hull, b. Mar. 4, 1654; d. Mar. 30, 1733; m. 1684, Alice Tiddeman.
30. Hannah Hull, b. Feb. 6, 1656; d. Nov. 15, 1733; m. 1674, Joseph Blish." 
Hull, Tristram* H. (I1396)
 
31 "Van Amersfoort had a violent temper. As a result, he spent much time in court and jail. In 1668, he was exiled from the colony for physically and verbally abusing his wife and mother-in-law. Although no direct explanation has been found, it is believed that this is the reason that all of his children used the 'Van Steenbergh' surname." (Why the name Van Steenbergh was chosen is not known)
Was a member of the Dutch Militia and fought with Stuyvesant in the Indian wars
Jan Jansen sold the Wyldwyck estate to his wife's siblings "seven months prior to his exile"
"Jan disappeared, fueling speculation that he may have been 'encouraged against his will' to disappear" 
Amersfoort, Jan* Jansen Van (I1365)
 
32 #191
Niclaus was of Guntersblum in the earldom of Leinnig-Hartenburg. See much more information in the Jones book. 
Feller, Niclaus* (I1456)
 
33 #583
aged 61-2-6 (Oppenheim Ref. Chbk.)
"Nicolas Rouw was on a list of ffoot. County of mallatia for the town of Shawangunk under command of Cap'n Nicolas Hoffman in Collo. Jacob Rutsen's Ulster County regt in 1715 (Report of the State Historian, Vol. I, p. 564). 
Rauch, Niclaus* (I1458)
 
34 #825 Baumann, Anna* Catharina (I1488)
 
35 (1828, per Muriel Meeker)
Could this be Aunt Fanny? (See excerpt from letter written by "Aunt Flo Mann" to her niece "Emily White.") 
Worden, Philena (I1150)
 
36 (Milan, per Anna's death certificate)
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is not warranted in any way. I have made every attempt to
be accurate, and sources are provided wherever possible. This is an ongoing research project, and your help is eagerly sought. Please contact me with errors, comments, questions and, of course, any additions. 
Tipple, John Franklin (I1075)
 
37 (Oppenheim Luth. Chbk.) Family F684
 
38 (or 1759) Etten, Jacobus Jacobszen Van (I1124)
 
39 (or at Somerset, England) Family F670
 
40 12545 Millbrook, Dutchess, New York MacMullen, Martha Amelia (I1817)
 
41 13 Jan 2001 - awhite@wmonline.com

Title: Historical and Genealogical Miscellany - Early Settlers of NewJersey and their Descendants
Author: John E. Stillwell, M.D.
Publication: Volume V, New York 1932
Abbrev: Historical and Genealogical Miscellany - Early Settlers of NewJersey and their Descendants
Page: 312 
White, Jacomyntie (I2756)
 
42 142713
section 127 grave 1416 
Source (S228)
 
43 142713
section 127 grave 1416 
Source (S353)
 
44 1766, Sept. 10. Ellison, Thomas, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.,
yeoman; will of. My wife, Margaret, 5, besides the sum that was
agreed upon between us before marriage. Daughter, Annar Allen's,
eldest son, Samuel Allen, 5 shillings. Granddaughters, Elizabeth
Ellison and Mary Ellison, 5 each; but, if they die, then it is to go
to my 3 daughters, Rebekah, Hannah and Elizabeth. Daughter, Elizabeth
Morris, 30. Daughter, Rebekah Ellison, 40. Daughter, Hannah, 40.
Lands to be sold. Sons, Amos, Lewis and Thomas, rest of estate.
Executor--friend, William Morton, and my son, Lewis.
Witnesses--William Brewer, Robert Morris, Garret Longstreet. Proved
Dec. 1, 1770.
http://files.usgwarchives.org/nj/statewide/history/family/ellisonallison.txt 
Ellison, Elizabeth (I2748)
 
45 1766, Sept. 10. Ellison, Thomas, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.,
yeoman; will of. My wife, Margaret, 5, besides the sum that was
agreed upon between us before marriage. Daughter, Annar Allen's,
eldest son, Samuel Allen, 5 shillings. Granddaughters, Elizabeth
Ellison and Mary Ellison, 5 each; but, if they die, then it is to go
to my 3 daughters, Rebekah, Hannah and Elizabeth. Daughter, Elizabeth
Morris, 30. Daughter, Rebekah Ellison, 40. Daughter, Hannah, 40.
Lands to be sold. Sons, Amos, Lewis and Thomas, rest of estate.
Executor--friend, William Morton, and my son, Lewis.
Witnesses--William Brewer, Robert Morris, Garret Longstreet. Proved
Dec. 1, 1770.
http://files.usgwarchives.org/nj/statewide/history/family/ellisonallison.txt 
Ellison, Thomas (I4890)
 
46 1850
lived beside his parents, Zachariah Barlow Sr., & his brother,
Zachariah Barlow Jr., in Londonderry Twp, Guernsey Co Ohio.
He was 40, a farmer, and was born in Maryland.
Maria Barlow was 38, and was born in Ohio.

1860
lived in Benton Township, Monroe Co Ohio.
He was 48, a farmer, and was born in Maryland.
Maria Barlow was 37, and was born in Ohio.
living next door to the family of Benjamin Starkey.

1868
Following the death of James, his three minor children were taken in by relatives:
Rhoda C. was living with her uncle George Barlow
Alice was living with her married sister Margaret Ridgeway
Amelia Jane was living with her grandparents, Zachariah and Margaret.
*
Birth and death information for Maria comes from:
Hardestys History of Monroe Co Ohio, 1882 
Barlow, James (I2376)
 
47 1850
lived in Franklin Township, Monroe Co Ohio.
He was 33, a farmer, and was born in Ohio.
Mary Barlow was 28, and was born in Ohio.

1860
lived in Franklin Township, Monroe Co Ohio.
He was 43, a farmer, and was born in Ohio.
Mary A. Barlow was 40, and was born in Ohio.

1870
lived in Stafford, Monroe Co Ohio.
He was 53, a farmer, and was born in Ohio.
Mary C. Barlow was 50, and was born in Ohio.
Living with them was Roda C. Barlow, 12, born in Ohio. 
Barlow, George (I2082)
 
48 1850 Census a James Smotherman is living with them, likely Nancy's brother as he was born in Alabama same as her. According to tree on rootsweb Nancy's maiden name was Smitherman. She was related to him distantly Smotherman, William (I2440)
 
49 1860 Census Noble County Ohio Wayne Twp. page 358
Dwelling number 1440, Family number 1351
Wm Lashley 30 m Farmer 300 PA
Elizabeth " 28 f domestic Ohio
Rachel " 6 f Ohio
George W. " 4 m Ohio
Leroy " 3 m Ohio
B. Jane " 1 f Ohio
From Karen Carpenter, Mar 5, 1999

54815 Calais Road
Quaker City, Ohio 43773
William and Elizabeth lived next to the Wyscarver Farm in Beaver Twp.,
Noble Cty., Ohio.

William Lashley was born on July 23, 1830 the son of George and Margaret Allender Lashley. William was the grandson of Joseph Lashley, Jr. and his wife Sarah Long. William was a first cousin to Josiah Lashley pictured on this site earlier and was my second cousin, four times removed two different ways.
William married Elizabeth Danford on September 2, 1852 in Noble County and they had 11 children. Elizabeth, the daughter of Hiram and Rachel Groves Danford, was born March 6, 1832, died March 7th 1909. She was the granddaughter of Jonas and Rosanna Perkins Groves and a grand niece of Rueben Perkins, 1767-1816. 
Lashley, William (I2066)
 
50 1860 Isaac Dickoson lives in household... who is he?
1900 a Walter Morris grandson lives in household- likely to be Henry or John's son 
Morris, James (I2666)
 

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