Ancestors of James L. Rader


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1. James Lee Rader, son of Thomas Glenn Rader and Evelyn Lanore Stevenson, was born on 2 Jul 1942 in Oxnard, CA.

Noted events in his life were:

James married Carol Raye Tucker, daughter of Milton Ray Tucker and Louise Carol Beal, on 2 Mar 1963 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Carol was born on 13 Jul 1944 in Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina and died on 20 Jan 2008 in Sacramento Co, CA at age 63.

General Notes: Subject: Re: bio of Carol Tucker Rader
Carol was a woman of beauty. Bob used to call her Prom Queen Carol. He told me she was so pretty, that she could have been prom Queen. She was very artistic, loved to make things, she made me a complete set of place mats and napkins for my dining room table. I still use it today, on occasion. When her and Debbie did ceramics, they made me earrings, I treasurer them today.
She went all out, gave it her all, and created classic items. Even when she was cripple in a wheal chair she went to work in a sewing store. She loved her children and grand children more than life itself. She would give up her everything, just to see them happy.
Every year when Bob and I would visit, she would tell us about her latest adventure. Couponing, Amy-way, Herbal Gardening, Sewing, Ceramics, Bible Study, and Gardening. She loved to play board games and tell us her latest jokes. She loved to make people Laugh.
She was an inspiration to me, I would go back home with a renewed Faith in God.
Thank you for allowing me to share my Love for Carol.
Dotty Rader

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence:

• Elementary school completion: 11 Jun 1958, Apple Valley, California. Catholic School

• Baptism: 20 Nov 1960, Apple Valley, California. St. Timothy's Episcopla church

• COLLEGE: Skadron College of Business, Jun 1962, San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA. Attended Scadron College of Business for 1962-1963. Her Certificate was in Executive Secretarial. the school was at 798 Fourth Street. She and her Boyfriend Jim Rader commuted from Victorville unti their marriage.

• Road Trip: 4 Nov 1962, Southern California. Drove to San Diego and brief side trip to Tiajuna with boyfriend Jim Rader

• Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis: 1974, Valencia, California. She went to the Dentist one day where they gave her novacane. The effect wore off as usual that day. The next day the numbness returned!

• letter to Govenor Brown: 18 Apr 1978, Rancho Cordova, CA. in behalf of Alta-Dena Dairy's Raw certified milk

• ARC Summer 1978: Aug 1978, Sacramento Co, CA. Completed Helth Ed 10 - Nutrition 3 units grade A

• ARC Fall 1978: Dec 1978, Sacramento Co, CA. Business Law 3.0 units grade C
Business Math 3.0 units grade B

• ARC Spring 1979: Jun 1979, Sacramento Co, CA. Vocational survey 1 unit grade A

• ARC Fall 1978: Dec 1979, Sacramento Co, CA. Acct 71 Personal Income Tax 1 unit grade A
Bus 90 Personal Finance 3 units grade A
Eng 50 Business English 3 units grade A

• ARC spring 1980: Jun 1980, Sacramento Co, CA. Accounting 60 3 units grade A
English 1A 3 units grade A

• ARC Fall 1980: Dec 1980, Sacramento Co, CA. English 46 teacher aid 2 units grade A
History of US 3 units grade B

• ARC spring 1981: Jun 1981, Sacramento Co, CA. Physical Geography 3 units grade B
Elementary Algebra 3 units grade A

• ARC Summer 1981: Sep 1981, Sacramento Co, CA. Intermediate Algebra 3 units grade B

• ARC Fall 1981: Dec 1981, Sacramento Co, CA. English 48 teacher aid 3 units grade A
Library 1 1 unit grade A

units completed 44 GPA 3.56 = B+

• Employment: Clothworld, 1984, Rancho Cordova, CA. 1984 housewife clothworld$ 192
1985 cashierCloth world $ 4582
1986 Clothworld $ 3643
1987 clothworld $40

• Employment: Cordova Sewing, 1990, Rancho Cordova, CA. she worked at Cordova Sewing for Cash for her last years of work. Years unknown

• Sub-Pubic Catheder implanted: 11 Oct 1994, Sacramento Co, CA. Dr. Van De Carr

• Hysteroscopy: 13 Oct 1994, Sacramento Co, CA. Dr. Barbis

• Hysterectomy: 17 Oct 1994, Sacramento Co, CA. Dr. Doykos, Sutter Alhambra

• CT Headscan: 24 Apr 1997, Sacramento Co, CA. Dr. Gary Mallam - Sutter Memorial

• Emergency Physicians: 1 Oct 1997, Sacramento Co, CA.

• Letter from Carol: 22 Nov 1997, Sacramento Co, CA. It is great to hear from you two. I am going to write this letter myself----so here goes.

I want you to know that I have MS (multiple sclerosis). I have had MS for 23 years. Six years ago it became hard to walk and now I am in a wheelchair---oh well.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Kenneth Steven Rader was born on 13 Oct 1963 in Fontana, San Bernardino, CA.

         ii.  Debra Anne Rader was born on 11 May 1965 in San Fernando, Los Angeles Co, CA and died on 19 Oct 2008 in Sacramento Co, CA at age 43.

James next married Priscilla Long on 14 Feb 2009 in Antelope, Sacramento, CA. Priscilla was born on 21 Aug 1942 in Sunnyside, WA.


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2. Thomas Glenn Rader, son of Guy Hughes Rader and Nona Malabe Duff, was born on 31 Oct 1910 in Navasota, TX,1,2 died on 24 Jun 1965 in Seattle, King Co, WA3,4 at age 54, and was buried on 2 Jul 1965 in Acacia, Seattle, King, Washington, USA.

Death Notes: ||Farm Laborer died of Carcinoma of the Squamous right pyroform
sinus - 18 months. In King county hospital from May 4, 1965 to
Jun 24, 1965

Burial Notes: Details of Internment; Deceased = Rader, Thomas G. 2195369,
Property number G-12-24-G-1-ELM, Date of Birth 1910, Date of
Death 1965, Funeral Director = Adams Forkner

Thomas Glenn Rader SSN 562-05-8824 death certifcate 65721 26 sep 1969
died 24 June 1965
Born 31 Oct 1910 Navasota, Texas

Adams - Forkner Funeral Home
Burial Acacia Memorial Park and Funeral Home 14951 Bothell Way N.E.
Property number G 12 24 G 1 elm interned 07/02/1965

General Notes: He grew up in Knoxville. His sister mildred says; "We rented a house just before we moved into the two story, on the same street. I was about in the first grade, not more than second grade. We lived on Gibbs road until I was about 17 or 18 years old. The folks sold that and they moved elsewhere in Knoxville. They lived there until dad went to Seattle. In the mean time, I guess, that Glenn had taken off.

The High school was about a mile from where we lived. We went into Fountain city and then went up the hill to the left. Aunt Lois lived up near the school. She just lived down the hill and around the hill from the school.

Kenneth Metcalf, his cousin, Remembers;" I knew Glenn as a high school boy. The last time I saw him was about 1943, after I came back from Air Force duty in Alaska. He visited him and his wife in Oxnard California. Glen was a very upstanding upright type of guy. He was what you would call a very nice young man.

I was younger than him. He was just as steady and nice of a kid as you would ever want to see. Him and two or three guys got in a Model-T ford and went to California.

Noted events in his life were:

• resided: 1915, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. He grew up in Knoxville. His sister mildred says; "We rented a housejust before we moved into the two story, on the same street. I was about in the first grade, not more than second grade. We lived on Gibbsroad until I was about 17 or 18 years old. The folks sold that and they moved elsewhere in Knoxville. They lived there until dad went to Seattle. In the mean time, I guess, that Glenn had taken off.

The High school was about a mile from where we lived. We went into Fountain city and then went up the hill to the left. Aunt Lois lived upnear the school. She just lived down the hill and around the hill from the school.

Kenneth Metcalf, his cousin, Remembers;" I knew Glenn as a high school boy. The last time I saw him was about 1943, after I came back from Air Force duty in Alaska. He visited him and his wife in Oxnard California. Glen was a very upstanding upright type of guy. He was what you would call a very nice young man.

I was younger than him. He was just as steady and nice of a kid as you would ever want to see. Him and two or three guys got in a Model-Tford and went to California. That was unfortunate about your father glenn. Something must of been a forerunner to his drinking. There must of been something in the way of disappointments. I knew glenn real well in Knoxville. He was 2 or 3 years older than I was, and that makes a lot of difference when you are young.

I was born in 1912. We lived in different parts of town and,, . The area where they lived was a real nice part of Fountain City on Gibbs Road. My earliest recollection of them as a kid was when they lived inLincoln Park which was a suburb of north Knoxville. Mildred was olderthan glenn, and I remember mildred riding a bicycle and we thought that was wonderful. Then they built this house out on Gibbs Road, pretty nice house. He went to Central high school in Fountain City north of Knoxville, Tenn. Thomas graduated in 1927 from Central High. People called him "Lindy", some of them. He sort of looked like Lindburg.

• Census: 1920. KNOXVILLE, KNOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 2A

• Graduation: 1927, Fountain City, Knox, TN. Thomas graduated in 1927 from Central High. People called him "Lindy", some of them. He sort of looked like Lindburg.

• resided: 1928. His sister mildred says; "We rented a house just before we moved intothe two story, on the same street. I was about in the first grade, not more than second grade. We lived on Gibbs road until I was about 17or 18 years old. The folks sold that and they moved elsewhere in Knoxville. They lived there until dad went to Seattle. In the mean time, Iguess, that Glenn had taken off. The High school was about a mile from where we lived. We went into Fountain city and then went up the hill to the left. Aunt Lois lived up near the school. She just lived down the hill and around the hill from the school.

Kenneth Metcalf, his cousin, Remembers;" I knew Glenn as a high school boy. The last time I saw him was about 1943, after I came back fromAir Force duty in Alaska. He visited him and his wife in Oxnard CalifornIOWA Glen was a very upstanding upright type of guy. He was what you would call a very nice young man. I was younger than him. He was just as steady and nice of a kid as you would ever want to see. Him and two or three guys got in a Model-T ford and went to California That was unfortunate about your father glenn. Something must of been a forerunner to his drinking. There must of been something in the way of disappointments. I knew Glenn real well in Knoxville. He was 2 or 3 years older than I was, and that makes a lot of difference when you are young. I was born in 1912. We lived in different parts of town and,, . Thearea where they lived was a real nice part of Fountain City on Gibbs Road. My earliest recollection of them as a kid was when they lived inLincoln Park which was a suburb of north Knoxville. Mildred was olderthan Glenn, and I remember mildred riding a bicycle and we thought that was wonderful. Then they built this house out on Gibbs Road, prettynice house. He went to Central high school in Fountain City north of Knoxville, TENNESSEE Thomas graduated in 1927 from Central High. People called him "Lindy", some of them. He sort of looked like Lindburg.

I jim Rader have memories of my Dad Tom telling a story in a party setting. "Me and my friends were in pre-medical school in Knoxvill whenthe depression hit. The school closed and there were no jobs. My friends and I heard there were jobs in California, so I and two or threeguys got in a Model-T ford and went to California. We crashed the ford into a chicken coop in Texas and hitch hiked the rest of the way tocalifornia.
I remember him pointing out a standard station in Bakersfield and stating, "that is where I got my first job when I came to California
Where Was He From 1928 Thru 1930.

• Census 1: 1930, Seattle, King County, Washington. SEATTLE, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON LINE 388 PAGE 27B
Name: Guy H Rader
Home in 1930: Seattle, King, Washington
Age: 42
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888
BirthPlace: Tennessee
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouses's Name: Nona
Race: White
Guy H Rader 42
Nona Rader 42
Glenn Rader 19
Mildred Martin 21

• resided: 1930, Seattle, King Co, WA. Occupation: Salesman. Thomas was listed in a directory Seattle, WA, 1930

• resided: 1935, Long Beach, , California. Long Beach 1935 He does not appear in the 1930 thru 1933 directories or the 1933 thru 1938 telephone book. The 1935 city directory shows Rader, Thos G gas sta 2586 Atlantic Av, r 6640 Lime The 1935 phone book shows a listing for Texaco certified service station #2 at 2586 Atlantic Ave phone 410-79. He does not appear in the 1936 thru 1938 directory.


• Soc Sec Num: 30 Nov 1936, Long Beach, , California. 562-05-8824
Thomas Glenn Rader
6640 Lime Ave
Long Beach, CA

The Quaker State Oil Refining Co.
654 East 60th St.
Los Angeles, CA

age 26 - 31 oct 1910 Navasota, Texas
father = Guy Hughes Rader
mother = Nona Malabee Duff

• resided: 1938, Sacramento Co, CA. Sacramento 1936 - 1938 They are not in the 1936, 1937, or 1940 directories. The 1938 and 1939 Directories show: Rader, Thos (Evelyn) Mgr Quaker State Oil & Refining co. In 1938 their home was 4633 14th ave.

Their first born, Guy Steven, was born May 13, 1938 while they were living at 4633 14th Ave, Sacramento CA. He was born in Sutter Memorial Hospital ward 38. At that time Tom had been a salesman for Quaker State Oil for 2 years.

• resided: 1939, Santa Paula, CA. In 1939 their home was 2124 Alhambra Blvd. Santa Paula-Fillmore The 1939-40 Santa Paula directory shows Rader, Thos D (Evelyn L) slsmn home 425 N. 7th.

The 1939-40 Fillmore Directory shows Rader, Thos G slsmn G.H. Rader with residence in Santa Paula

• resided: 1944, Oxnard, CA. . Oxnard Ventura Co., CA 1942 The Oxnard city directory 1941-42 shows; Rader, Tom (Evelyn) Auto Parts 344 Oxnard Blvd. home 431 Hill

Second son James Lee Rader was born, Thursday 2 JUL 1942 at St. John's Hospital. He was 8 lbs. 12 oz. The 1943 and 1944 Oxnard phone book shows; Rader, Tom Auto Parts, whlsle + Magrs, 344 S Oxnard Blvd phone Oxnard-299 Rader, Tom G. r 431 W Hill, phone Oxnard 752-X-2 Kenneth Metcalf visited him "In Oxnard tom had Western Auto store at that time".

They belonged to Oxnard Chapter No 322, Order of Eastern Star in 1946 The 1946 Oxnard Directory shows: Rader, Thos G. (Evelyn) Dept Mgr Oxnard Auto Sales H 230 Cedar

• resided: 1947, Fresno, Fresno County, California. . Thomas was listed in a directory Fresno, CA, 1947. Thomas was listed in a directory Fresno, CA, 1949.

• resided: 1950, Fresno, Fresno County, California. Fresno 1947 - 1952 On rare occasions they would drive to southern California for a visit with Tom's parents. 1947 Fresno Directory shows Thos G Rader (Evelyn L) clk Chanslor & Lyon Co h 2349 Valeria. Chanslor & Lyon Co is wholesale auto pts 2139 Stanislaus st. This company was also in 1946 Ventura directory. Robert Merl Rader was born 4 AUG 1947. 1948 and 1950 Fresno phone book shows; Rader Hardware 4180 Belmont phone 4-5603 Rader, T G 2349 Valeria phone 4-0996 in 1950 the residence was Rader, T G 2349 Valeria phone 7-5500 1949 Fresno Directory shows TG Rader Retail Hardware at 4180 Belmont ave and Thos G. Rader (Eveline S) hdw 4180 Belmont av h 2349 Valeria av Jim was Baptized at St. Pauls' Methodist Church in Fresno CA by Thomas P. Krumpe 24 DEC 1950 Richard Raymond Rader was born 31 MAR 1951 Evelyn said Tom's heavy drinking started in Fresno.

• resided: 1952, Hanford, CA. Hanford Kings Co., CA 1951 - 1952 Jim Remembers, We lived in Hanford and Porterville each one year. Kept moving because dad could not hold a job due to his drinking. There is no listing in the Oct 52 or Oct 53 phone book

• resided: 1953, Porterville, Tulare, California, USA. Porterville 1952 - 1953 There is no listing in the Oct 52 or Oct 53 phone book Jim went to the 5th grade in Porterville.

• resided: 1954, Sepulveda, Los Angeles County, CA. Sepulveda Moved to Sepulveda so dad could work at grand dad Guy Rader's Acme Sash and door. Guy worked there also.

• resided: 1955, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA. Victorville Jim Remembers, We moved to Victorville so dad could start an new business. Dad opened "Tom Rader's" automotive with money borrowed from his father. He owned and ran "Tom Rader Auto Parts Dec 1955 thru 1957. The business went well, dad had lots of customers but they didn't pay. He drank more and the business got worse.

They lived at 15046 Culley St. dec 1955 to 1958.

• patient: 1959, Patton State Hospital. Tom was in Patton state hospital under treatment for alcoholism when his father died in August 1959 Mother, after much coaxing by us kids and her friends divorced dad. She served papers on him, he left. We never saw or herd from him again. They divorced and he went on the bum 1959 ?

• resided: 1965, Seattle, King, Washington, USA. 5 He appeared on the census in 1965 in 905 6th Ave, Seattle, King Co, WA.

He died on 24 Jun 1965 in Seattle, King Co, WA. Farm Laborer died of Carcinoma of the Squamous right pyroform sinus - 18 months. In King county hospital from May 4, 1965 to Jun 24, 1965 He was buried on 2 Jul 1965 in Seattle, King Co, WA. Details of Internment; Deceased = Rader,Thomas G. 2195369, Property number G-12-24-G-1-ELM, Date of Birth 1910, Date of Death 1965, Funeral Director = Adams Forkner.
905 6Th Ave, Seattle, King Co, WA

Thomas married Evelyn Lanore Stevenson on 14 Jul 1936 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA 6.,7 Evelyn was born on 24 May 1911 in Issaquah, King County, Washington5,8,9 and died on 2 Nov 1971 in Victorville, San Bernardino, CA10 at age 60.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Guy Steven Rader was born on 13 May 1938 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California, USA and died on 28 Sep 1982 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Co, CA11 at age 44. The cause of his death was Coma, Bilateral Cerebral inford -Subarachnoid hemerrhage, Aneurism.

1        ii.  James Lee Rader (born on 2 Jul 1942 in Oxnard, CA)

        iii.  Robert Merl Rader was born on 4 Aug 1947 in Fresno, Fresno County, California.

         iv.  Richard Raymond Rader was born on 31 Mar 1951 in Fresno, Fresno County, California.


3. Evelyn Lanore Stevenson, daughter of John Francis 'Frank' Stevenson and Merdith Bell Valentine, was born on 24 May 1911 in Issaquah, King County, Washington5,8,9 and died on 2 Nov 1971 in Victorville, San Bernardino, CA10 at age 60.

Birth Notes: ||Her father was a machinist and his mother was a housewife. Dr
Clifford Q. Shells delivered

Death Notes: ||Residence 7205 Jenkins Ave, Hesperia, San Bernardino, CA.
Cause of death (A). Cerebral vascular accident - 10 days, (B)
Metastaic carcinoma of the breast - 2 years

General Notes: Washington State Birth Index, Prior to 1910 - 1919
Parent: John Francis Stevenson
Name: Unnamed Stevenson
Location: King
Parent: Merdith Belle Valentine
Birth Date: 24 May 1911 Sex: F Race: W



Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 8 Aug 1956, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA. 12 application for social security number. States place of birth
Issaquah, WA (mother Merdith Bell Valentine,father John Frances
Stevenson) date of birth 24may1911
15056 Culley St, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA

• Residence: 8 Aug 1956, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA. 13 application for social security number. States place of birth
Issaquah, WA (mother Merdith Bell Valentine,father John Frances
Stevenson) date of birth 24may1911
15056 Culley St, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA

• Soc Sec Num: 8 Aug 1956, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA. 545-54-8748 15056 Culley St

• Soc Sec Num: 8 Aug 1956, Victorville, San Bernardino, CA. 545-54-8748 15056 Culley St

• Census: 1 Nov 1971, Hesperia, San Bernardino, California, USA. 5 7205 Jenkins Ave, Hesperia, Sam Bernardino, CA

• Census: 1 Nov 1971, Hesperia, San Bernardino, California, USA. 5 7205 Jenkins Ave, Hesperia, Sam Bernardino, CA

Evelyn married Thomas Glenn Rader on 14 Jul 1936 in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA 6.,7 Thomas was born on 31 Oct 1910 in Navasota, TX,1,2 died on 24 Jun 1965 in Seattle, King Co, WA3,4 at age 54, and was buried on 2 Jul 1965 in Acacia, Seattle, King, Washington, USA.
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4. Guy Hughes Rader,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21 son of Reuben H. Rader and Martha "Mattie" Frances Hughes, was born on 26 Aug 1887 in Mosheim, Greene, Tennessee, USA,15,16,17,18,19,20,22 died on 14 Aug 1959 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA15,21,22 at age 71, and was buried on 18 Aug 1959 in Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California.

Death Notes: Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: RADER, GUY HUGHES
Social Security #: 549108161
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1887
Birthplace: TENNESSEE
Death Date: 14 Aug 1959
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: HUGHES
Father's Surname: RADER
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.

General Notes: They lived in KNOXVILLE 1900 - 1930, Guy purchased a two lots north of Knoxville April 21, 1919 and athird February 12, 1920. Guy H Rader was a long time oil salesman. He worked for Texaco and I don't know how many different companies. That was his profession up until he reached retirement time and got into two or three small businesses. He traveled in the Appalachian Mountains and his principle customers was coal mine people. He worked for Texaco in California and then he had a distributorship. He knew all of the old Texaco men. You know the founders of it. Guy Rader was a salesman for Keystone Oil Co. and you know coal mining is a big industry in east Tenn. and especially southern Kentucky and Knoxville is the only real sizable city in the area so Knoxville is the headquarters of a lot of mining business. Kenneth Metcalf said, "He was a real fine man he helped us so much when my father died. My father died when I was 12 or 13. Uncle Guy helped mother find a lot and bought it. He did a lot of things for us. Helped a lot through that time. Then later on I guess that was when I was going to the University." They raised their family in Knoxville. They rented the first house they lived in was at the east end of Gibbs Road. Gibbs road runs east and west and it is where gibbs road impacts on ? Taswell. They later built a larger house of their own back towards. Gibbs road is a fairly short road, not more than a mile long. There is a standard sort of two story white house. They were there in 1924-1926 and longer. He purchased lots 48 and 49 April 21, 1919. He purchased 110 Tennessee Ave Feb 12, 1920, Mildred was about in the first grade, not more than second grade when they moved there. They lived on gibbs road until she was about 17 or 18 years old. They sold and moved elsewhere in Knoxville after that. They lived there until dad went to Seattle. The High school was about a mile from where we lived. They went into Fountain city and then went up the hill to the left. Their Aunt Lois Metcalf lived up near the school. She just lived down the hill and around the hill from the school. They lived in SEATTLE 1930 - 1935. I think he was working for a petroleum company then. I guess they were in the seattle area for 5 years. They lived in LONG BEACH 1935 - 1939. They do not appear on the 1930 thru 1933 Long Beach directories. It seems his principal customers was ocean going ships and he would outfit them with all of their petroleum products. I guess he called on ship companies all of the way up and down the coast. His son Tom was shown at the same address in 1935 and listed as running a Texaco Gas station at 2586 Atlantic Av. Tom listed 6640 Lime Ave as his residence on his marriage license 14 JUL 1936 They do not appear on the 1939 directory. They lived in FILLMORE - SANTA PAULA 1939 - 1943. They are not in 1944 books. They moved to VAN NUYS 1945 - 1959. He got into the chicken business and he did real well in the sash and door business. In March 19, 1945 Guy H. Rader lived at 7745 Sepulveda Blvd, Van Nuys, CA ( Thomas Glenn's birth record done 35 years after birth). From June 1947 through Mar 1952 the directories show: Rader, Guy H RL EST 7745 Sepulveda Blvd VN NYS phone State 5-3291. From Mar 1953 through 1955 the above listing is accompanied by a second listing for Acme Sash and Door at that address phone State 5-3159. From 1956 through 1959 there is one listing at 14833 Gilmore VN NYS phone State 0-5167. Guy died of a Stroke caused by too much drinking. death cert 14 AUG 1959 14833 Gilmore St. Van Nuys, CA.
Guy applied for a marriage license to wed Nona Malabe Duff in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN, September 13, 1907.(231) Guy was listed in a directory Knoxville, Knox, TN, 1917. Guy was listed in a directory Knoxville, Knox, TN, 1920. Guy was listed in a directory Knoxville, Knox, TN, 1921. Guy was listed in a directory Knoxville, Knox, TN, 1923. Guy was listed in a directory Fountain City, Knox, TN, 1925. Guy was listed in a directory Seattle, WA, 1930. Guy was listed in a directory Long Beach, CA, 1935. Guy was listed in a directory Filmore, CA, 1939. Guy was listed in a directory Santa Paula, CA, 1941. Guy was listed in a directory Santa Paula, CA, 1943. Guy was listed in a directory Van Nuys, CA, 1947. Guy was listed in a directory Van Nuys, CA, 1956. He was listed as a resident in the census report 1959 in 14833 Gilmore St, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA.(232)



Facts about this person:

Burial
Valhalla Memorial Cemetery
Guy Hughes Rader was born on 26 Aug 1887 in Mosheim, Greene Co, TENNESSEE

He is in the directory listing in 1917 in Knoxville, Knox, TENNESSEE Traveling salesman for Keystone Lumber COUNTY res. 530 Hiawassee ave


He is in the directory listing in 1920 in Knoxville, Knox, TENNESSEE He
directory listing in 1921 in Knoxville, Knox, TENNESSEE 702 TENNESSEE av

He is in the directory listing in 1923 in Knoxville, Knox, TENNESSEE 702 TENNESSEE av He directory listing in 1925 in Fountain City, Knox, TENNESSEE Gibbs rd.

He is in the directory listing in 1930 in Seattle, WA. Guy H & Nona M. Rader 7553 14th av NE, Glenn T Rader also there as slsmn

He is in the directory listing in 1935 in Long Beach, CA. Guy H (Nana M) Rader salesman home 6640 Lime

He is in the directory listing in 1939 in Filmore, CA. Rader, Guy H (Nona) Oil Distr 300 Santa Clara and agent Texas Co home 403 Saratoga He directory listing in 1941 in Santa Paula, CA. Rader Guy H. (Nona M) home 1201 Forest Dr. same year Filmore city directory has Rader Guy H ( agt The Texas co res Santa Paula

He is in the directory listing in 1943 in Santa Paula, CA. Phone book 1943 Rader G. H. r 1201 Forest Dr 341-R-1

He is in the directory listing in 1947 in Van Nuys, CA. Rader, Guy H Real Estate 7745 Sepulvedia Blvd, Van Nuys phone State 5-3291

He is in the directory listing in 1956 in Van Nuys, CA. 14833 Gilmore Van Nuys phone State 0-5167

He appeared on the census in 1959 in 14833 Gilmore St, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA.

He died on 14 Aug 1959 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA. He was buried on 18 Aug 1959 in Valhalla Memorial. He has reference number GUY H. They lived in KNOXVILLE 1900 - 1930, Guy purchased two lots north of Knoxville April 21, 1919 and a third February 12, 1920. Guy H Rader was a long time oil salesman. He worked for Texaco and I don't know how many different companies. That was his profession up until he reached retirement time and got into two or three small businesses. He traveled in the Appalachian Mountains and his principle customers was coal mine people. He worked for Texaco in California and then he had a distributorship. He knew all of the old Texaco men. You know the founders of it. Guy Rader was a salesman for Keystone Oil COUNTY and you know coal mining is a big industry in east TENNESSEE and especially southern Kentucky and Knoxville is the only real sizable city in the area so Knoxville is the headquarters of a lot of mining business. Kenneth Metcalf said, "He was a real fine man he helped us so much when my father died. My father died when I was 12 or 13. Uncle Guy helped mother find a lot and bought it. He did a lot of things for us. Helped a lot through that time. Then later on I guess that was when I was going to the University. They raised their family in Knoxville. They rented the first house they lived in was at the east end of Gibbs Road. Gibbs road runs east and west and it is where gibbs road impacts on ? Tazwell. They later built a larger house of their own back towards. Gibbs road is a fairly short road, not more than a mile long. There is a standard sort of two story white house. They were there in 1924-1926 and longer. He purchased lots 48 and 49 April 21, 1919. He purchased 110 Tennessee Ave Feb 12, 1920, Mildred was about in the first grade, not more than second grade when they moved there. They lived on gibbs road until she was about 17 or 18 years old. They sold and moved elsewhere in Knoxville after that. They lived there until dad went to Seattle. The High school was about a mile from where we lived. They went into Fountain city and then went up the hill to the left. Their Aunt Lois Metcalf lived up near the school. She just lived down the hill and around the hill from the school. They lived in SEATTLE 1930 - 1935. I think he was working for a petroleum company then. I guess they were in the seattle area for 5 years. They lived in LONG BEACH 1935 - 1939. They do not appear on the 1930 thru 1933 Long Beach directories. It seems his principal customers was ocean going ships and he would outfit them with all of their petroleum products. I guess he called on ship companies all of the way up and down the coast. His son Tom was shown at the same address in 1935 and listed as running a Texaco Gas station at 2586 Atlantic Av. Tom listed 6640 Lime Ave as his residence on his marriage license 14 JUL 1936 They do not appear on the 1939 directory. They lived in FILLMORE - SANTA PAULA 1939 - 1943. They are not in 1944 booKANSAS They moved to VAN NUYS 1945 - 1959. He got into the chicken business and he did real well in the sash and door business. In March 19, 1945 Guy H. Rader lived at 7745 Sepulveda Blvd, Van Nuys, CA ( Thomas Glenn's birth record done 35 years after birth). From June 1947 through Mar 1952 the directories show: Rader, Guy H RL EST 7745 Sepulveda Blvd VN NYS phone State 5-3291. From Mar 1953 through 1955 the above listing is accompanied by a second listing for Acme Sash and Door at that address phone State 5-3159. From 1956 through 1959 there is one listing at 14833 Gilmore VN NYS phone State 0-5167. Guy died of a Stroke caused by too much drinking. death cert 14 AUG 1959 14833 Gilmore St. Van Nuys, CA. He obtained a marriage license on 13 Sep 1907 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TENNESSEE He was married to Nona Malabe Duff on 15 Sep 1907 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TENNESSEE

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee. 16

• Alt. Birth: 28 Aug 1887, Mosheim, Greene, Tennessee, USA. 21

• Census: 1900. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE DIST. #23 LINE 212 PAGE 235A

• Residence: 1900, Civil District 23, Greene, Tennessee. 17

• 1906 city directory: 1906, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennesse. Rader, Guy H. bkkpr McBee-Hambright Mnfg Co, bds 510 W Clinch ave

• Residence: 1910, Wellington Ward 3, Sumner, Kansas. 18

• Draft Registration: 6 Jun 1915, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennesse. 530 Hennessean
born Aug 28, 1887
employer Ketston Lumb - PO Gettsburg, PA
wife and two children age 6 - 8

• 1916 city directory: 1916, O'wood. Rader, Guy H, slsmn, h 406 Oak av O'wood

• 1919 city directory: 1919, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennesse. Rader, Guy H. trav slsmn Keystone Lbr Co., h 530 Hiawassee Av

• Census 3: 1920. KNOXVILLE, KNOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 2A

• Residence: 1920, Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee. 20

• Census: 2 Jan 1920, Knox Co, TN. Knox Co, TN - Civil district 2 (part of) Knoxville TN ED 109 sheet 2A
421 Hiawasse Rd
Rader, Guy H head M W 32 M TN TN TN salesman Oil Co.
Nona wife F W 32 M TN TN TN
Mildred daughter F W 10 S TN TN TN
Glen son M W 9 S TX TN TN

• 1924 City Directory: 1924, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. Rader, Guy H (Moma) trav slsmn r Gibbs rd, Ftn City

• 1926 city directory: 1926, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. Rader, Guy H (Nona D) slsmn r 217 Gibbs Rd, Ftn City

• Graduation: 1927, Fountain City, Knox, TN.

• 1928 city directory: 1928, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. Rader, Glenn Tclk C. M. McClung & Co. r 217 Gibs rd, Ftn City
Rader, Guy H. (Nona D) trav slsmn r 217 Gibbs rd. Ftn City
Rader, M Mildred Miss r 217 Gibbs rd. Ftn City

• 1929 Seattle City Directory: 1929, Seattle, King Co, WA. Rader, Glenn T slsmn r1748 Hanford
Rader, Guy H (Nona M) trav h1748 Hanford

• Census 1: 1930, Seattle, King County, Washington. SEATTLE, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON LINE 388 PAGE 27B
Name: Guy H Rader
Home in 1930: Seattle, King, Washington
Age: 42
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888
BirthPlace: Tennessee
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouses's Name: Nona
Race: White
Guy H Rader 42
Nona Rader 42
Glenn Rader 19
Mildred Martin 21

• 1930 seattle city directory: 1930, Seattle, King Co, WA. Rader, Guy H (Moma M) slsmn h7553 14th av NE
Rader, Glenn T slsmn r7553 14th av NE

• Residence: 1930, Seattle, King, Washington. 19

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1932, Los Angeles County, California. California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968
Los Angeles County > 1932 > Roll 31 > 462

Rader, Guy H 725 W 107th St. Dem
Rader, Mrs Nona M 725 W 107th St Dem
Rader, Thomas G 725 W 107th St Dem




• Social Security Number: 549108161 6640 Lime Ave, Long Beach, California, 2 Dec 1936. Guy Hughes Rader
6640 Lime Ave
Long Beach, California

The Texas Co
929 So. Broadway
Los Angeles, California

age 49 -- 28 Aug 1887 Mosheim, TN
father = Reuban Rader
Mother = Martha Frances Hughes

• Census: 1959, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA. 5 14833 Gilmore St, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA

Guy married Nona Malabe Duff 14,15,19,20,23 on 15 Sep 1907 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN.24 Nona was born on 1 Oct 1887 in Soddy, TN,15,19,20,23,25 died on 17 Jun 1962 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA15,26 at age 74, and was buried in Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt Marriage: 13 Sep 1907, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee.

• Marriage License: 13 Sep 1907, Knoxville, Knox Co, TN.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Raymond H. Rader 14 was born on 11 May 1908 in Knox Co, TN and died on 23 May 1909 in Knox Co, TN at age 1.

         ii.  Mary Mildred Rader 14,18,19,20 was born on 25 Jul 1909 in Lanore City, Tennessee, United States18,19,20 and died in May 1991 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, United States at age 81. Another name for Mary was Millie Rader.

        iii.  Tom Rader 14,15 was born in 1910 in Navasota, Texas15 and died on 24 Jun 1965 in Seattle, King, Washington, USA15 at age 55.

2        iv.  Thomas Glenn Rader (born on 31 Oct 1910 in Navasota, TX - died on 24 Jun 1965 in Seattle, King Co, WA)

          v.  Glen Rader 19,20 was born about 1911 in Texas.19,20




5. Nona Malabe Duff,14,15,19,20,23 daughter of Thomas Parker Duff and Mary Jane Mcghee, was born on 1 Oct 1887 in Soddy, TN,15,19,20,23,25 died on 17 Jun 1962 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA15,26 at age 74, and was buried in Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 10 Oct 1887, Tennessee.

• Census 1: 1920. KNOXVILLE, KNOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 2A

• Census 2: 1930. SEATTLE, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON LINE 388 PAGE 27B

• Census: 1960, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA. 5 13741 Burbank Bl, Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA

• Residence: 1910, Wellington Ward 3, Sumner, Kansas. 18

• Residence: 1930, Seattle, King, Washington. 19

• Residence: 1920, Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee. 20

• Residence: 1910, Wellington Ward 3, Sumner, Kansas. 23

Nona married Guy Hughes Rader 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21 on 15 Sep 1907 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN.24 Guy was born on 26 Aug 1887 in Mosheim, Greene, Tennessee, USA,15,16,17,18,19,20,22 died on 14 Aug 1959 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA15,21,22 at age 71, and was buried on 18 Aug 1959 in Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California.

6. John Francis 'Frank' Stevenson,27 son of John Thomas Stevenson and Nellie S. Mc Ilvaine, was born on 2 Aug 1884 in Snohomish Co, WA,28 died on 21 Apr 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA28 at age 65, and was buried on 25 Apr 1950 in Evergreen Mem, Seattle, King Co, WA.

Birth Notes: Background on Snohomish

-----Original Message-----
From: Carroll Clark [mailto:w7iml@gte.net]
Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005 9:42 AM
To: WASNOHOM-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [WASNOHOM] BOOOooooo! It's that Time again !

Watching CH 2 TV this morning, I saw the OXFORD TAVERN pictured by a video
camera across Main or First Street, Snohomish (WA). From the Story
it is supposed to be "haunted" yet by latecomers who own or occupy the
place and by the ParaNormal "experts" who know about such things.
First of all the OXFORD TAVERN is said by the TV media to have been a
brothel years ago. It is amusing to me the way this has come about, after
my being born in Snohomish 1924 and having grown up playing as a kid various
places in our quaint town of old.

I say this because living at 806 - 2nd St. (later years altered to 812 ) I
was 3 blocks away from the Oxford Tavern ( or Saloon ). We as a group of
kids had
friends who lived directly back of the Oxford Tavern along an alley which
extended at one time from extreme S end of Ave A easterly to the extreme
S end of Cedar St.
When visiting our friends near our age of say age 10 we would see the
"ladies of the night (& nite)" occasionally come out of the upper story
rear of the
Oxford Tavern on a scaffolding type place where they would come out for a
smoke. They were dressed in their negligees, fully and completely sometimes
alone and sometimes with a "trick" or male customer or two.

I can recall them waving at us as we waved back at them. We kind of had an
idea of what we were seeing enhanced by some of our older friends who kept
us apprised of what we were seeing.
Little did I realize that in a few years this area of our small town
including Ave A, Union, 4th Street, Maple St. and Cedar Streets would become
my
Everett Daily Herald paper route, and that there were other places that were
similar in nature - one in the rear of the tavern in the rear of the Eagles
Hall in Snohomish at the S and dead end of Cedar and First, or Main St. I
won't mention the others farther down Main toward the bridge near Ave D.

This was a rough, tough logging town and it was common for the lumber jacks
or loggers to come into town full of pitch, dirty and needing a bath,
shave and haircut after they stopped at another Tavern (saloon) about 4
buildings E of the Oxford Tavern for their friendly sport after a few, a
good fist fight in which they could wreck a tavern easily - but their
tavern was designed for such fights and they never let up. After the fight
and after they
"got their bearings" they might get a bath, a shave , and a haircut,
if needed ! Such a barber shop was a three chair barber shop owned by
Herbert O. NESS who came to Snohomish in 1908, married in 1912, lived in the
house next to what is today The Cabbage Patch restaurant.
Herb Ness' barber shop was often known as NESS & FRASER BARBER SHOP as
Harry Fraser was his partner for many years in Snohomish.

The location of this barber shop was to the immediate LEFT of the Oxford
Tavern. Attached to the Tavern and next to the barber shop was a
Shoe Shine shanty where a black man attended to the shining of the shoes.
Herb Ness provided the man known as "Fri with a place to live above the
barber shop.
Today, there is a void, an open space to the Left of the Tavern, caused by a
FIRE that burned down or gutted the 3 chair barber shop and the
restaurant owned by Homer White, a very good friend to Herb Ness.
Herb Ness was not only a barber, but he became Asst. Chief of the Snohomish
Fire Dept. a volunteer dept. just up Ave A nearby on the corner of
2nd St and Ave. A.
However, the fire that took the Ness & Frazer Barber Shop and Homer White's
restaurant (affectionately known by the "town" as
The Greasey Spoon, but that was not the official name of it) happened in the
wee hours of the night. Herb Ness was called on the phone and told that
his barber shop was on fire, about the time that the town's fire whistle
kicked into wailing the event.
I can recall going down Union St from my home on 2nd St, seeing huge flames
and smoke and feeling the heat from that huge fire.

I wish to state that the so called "ghosts" that newcomers, and the
paranormal would like us to believe is simply not so among the experiences
we as earlier
Snohomishites experienced. The Snohomish Library was not haunted by
Catharine McMurchy (my/our very good friend over many years; nor the Oxford
Tavern "ghosts" that have become a figment of some newcomer's imaginations.
Wouldn't these aparitions have taken place in earlier times, when we all
lived here and we knew the town inside out. Of course, on Halloween we'd
drum up so called haunted places in town, or even when it wasn't Halloween.
These were concocted to "take people in" as a way of having fun. Squirt
guns (from WEEDS VARIETY) taken to Brown's Theatre and discharged
from the balcony was another diversion.

When the Everett Theatre was said to have been haunted, I checked these
stories with two projectionists at Everett Theatre, Ed McMurray, and his
understudy, Al Oscoecisz (spelling atrictious!) and both laughed when I
called their attention to those stories that had cropped up among those who
were taken in by the phenomena.

There is a CLARK house on Meriden Ave. Southington, CT built by my ancestry.
It is said that house which was located on what was formerly
CLARK FARMS Road in SE portion of Southington is said to be haunted by as
many as 11 chosts, but a little girl ghost is the most "active" one
who "moves things" there.

If there are ghosts, I have yet to experience this phenomena - I just keep
it all up on a "shelf" until I EXPERIENCE this phenomena.
I wonder if there are any "ghosts" at SNOHOMISH CEMETERY which is being dug
up and hopefully remains accounted for decertifying
the area to become a Snohomish Senior Center, and possible low incom housing
where parking will be a problem because of s p a c e .
Maybe someday Snohomish will be able to find and build a much better Senior
Center like neighboring towns have been able to realize, but
in the meantime the Snohomish Cemetery site will have to "do" after it is
decertified as a cemetery within the town of Snohomish.

Carroll in Snohomish b. here 1924 on 2nd St. In 1947, I was able to
get back to that home after 2.5 yrs of complete bedrest fighting my lung disease. It was a RAINY OCTOBER 31st, 1947. My little dog just wimpered, and was so Happy to see me come home again. I was afraid she might die before I would get well enough to be with her.

Amen!

Burial Notes: Evergreen Memorial Park record ; year of birth 1884, year of
death 1950, Undertaker Columbia Funeral Home, burial # 13912,
section 4, lot 53, grave 3

General Notes: Social Security #531-14-6927

Noted events in his life were:

• resided: 1911, Issaquah Twp, KING, WA.

• Census: 1920, Seattle, King Co, WA. 2658 9th Ave West Vol 15 ID 140 Sheet 2 line 38
1920 US Census, Seattle City, King County, Washington 3 January 1920 ED 140 sheet 2A

2657 34 34 Stephenson, John Frank Head RMW34M
MerdithwifeFW28M
EvelyndaughterFW8S

Birth birthbirth
place fathermother occupation employer
Washington United States California Mechanic Auto co.
Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
Washington Washington Wisconsin

• Residence: 16 Feb 1923, Seattle, WA. birth of son Creg Roy Stevenson
111 Crockett St, Seattle, WA

• Census: 1927, Seattle, King, Washington, USA. 29 3514 Government, Seattle, King Co, WA

• Census: 1928 Polk Directory, 1928, Seattle, King Co, WA. Frank (Merdith B) serviceman Hugh Baird h 3514 Government Way

• Social Security Number: 16 Mar 1938. 531-14-6927 35
Social Security Application
John Francis Stevenson
14 Government Way Seattle Wash
53 born Aug 2nd 1884 Snohomish City, Snohomish Co, Wash.
father John Thomas Stevenson
mother Nellie McIlvain

• Census: 1950, Seattle, King Co, WA. 30 11 Howe Street, Seattle, King Co, WA

John married Merdith Bell Valentine on 27 May 1910 in Snohomish Co, WA. Merdith was born on 10 Jun 1891 in La Crosse, Wisconsin,31 died on 15 Jan 1973 in Seattle, King Co, WA32 at age 81, and was buried on 18 Jan 1973 in Evergreen Mem, Seattle, King Co, WA.

Marriage Notes: King Marriage Records - John Francis Stevenson - Merdeth Belle Valentine
Record Series:Marriage Records
Collection:King Marriage Records
County:King

Reference Number:kingcoarchmr_18509
Groom's Name:John Francis Stevenson
Bride's Name:Merdeth Belle Valentine
Marriage Date:05-27-1910
Recording Date:
Notes:

Children from this marriage were:

3         i.  Evelyn Lanore Stevenson (born on 24 May 1911 in Issaquah, King County, Washington - died on 2 Nov 1971 in Victorville, San Bernardino, CA)

         ii.  Creg Roy Stevenson was born on 16 Feb 1923 in Snohomish Co, WA33 and died on 18 Oct 1997 in Seattle, King, WA 98101 at age 74.


7. Merdith Bell Valentine, daughter of Byron Howard Valentine and Effie Louise Fauver, was born on 10 Jun 1891 in La Crosse, Wisconsin,31 died on 15 Jan 1973 in Seattle, King Co, WA32 at age 81, and was buried on 18 Jan 1973 in Evergreen Mem, Seattle, King Co, WA.

Death Notes: ||Merdith Smith died in Doctors Hospital post operative
gostaectomy

Burial Notes: Evergreen Memorila Park Record; deceased STEVENSON, Merdeth B.
(Smith) , Acct # 41629B1, section 4, lot 24, grave 1, Born
1891, died 1973, Funeral Director = Bonnie Watson,

General Notes: Social Security # 539-26-0254 A

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 19 Apr 1946, Seattle, King, Washington, USA. 34 application for change of address to SSA 539-26-0254 states
birth 10 June 1891 LaCross, WI. Father Byron Howard Valentine
mother Effie Louise Fauver
308 Lee St, Seattle, King, WA

• Soc Sec Num: 19 Apr 1946, Seattle, King Co, WA. 539-26-0254 19 apr 1946
Merdith Bell Stevenson born June 10, 1891
father Byron Howard Valentine
mother Effie Louise Fauver
308 Lee St she was working as an extra J.E. Kirkwood, 2013 4th Ave Seattle

• Census: 1973, Seattle, King, Washington, USA. 500 Wall St., King Co, WA

Merdith married John Francis 'Frank' Stevenson 27 on 27 May 1910 in Snohomish Co, WA. John was born on 2 Aug 1884 in Snohomish Co, WA,28 died on 21 Apr 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA28 at age 65, and was buried on 25 Apr 1950 in Evergreen Mem, Seattle, King Co, WA.

Merdith next married Lester A. Smith on 13 Dec 1954.


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8. Reuben H. Rader,14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46 son of Henry L. Rader and Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers, was born on 27 Oct 1856 in Dulaney, Greene, Tennessee, USA,17,45,46 died on 19 Jan 1932 in Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee at age 75, and was buried in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee.

General Notes: Reuben worked for his brother Andrew running the mill at Dulaney. In 1893 Andrew Rader and wife gave a deed for land to build a church. Rhuben Rader with Jimmy and Cal Lister cut the wood, milled it there at Dulaney, and built the church. It was first called Rader's Chapel, then Salem. Reuben then worked at the mill in Mosheim. His home was there when his first child was born, Guy. He started purchasing land north of Knoxville March 8, 1900. He bought 76 acres and lot 463. December 9, 1910 they purchased another lot. Reuben then, about 1905, moved across the state of Tennessee to Franklin. This is about 10 miles south of Nashville. He had a sizeable complex which had been owned by the Boyd family. It was on the Little Harpeth river, which drove the water wheel for the mill when the river was up. He had a steam engine to operate the mill the rest of the year. It was the old Boyd mill. They had a Republic truck and they would take their sacks of flour and meal to town to Franklin and ship them or sell them to the stores. It was a pretty good sized milling operation, it just wasn't something that people had custom milling done. And they had a Maxwell car in their garage. They had a horse and buggy, the cars didn't get used much. They weren't running most of the time but they had a maxwell car. Mildred Rader Chapman remembers that it was about 6 miles out of Franklin, TN. I remember driving in the buggy with dad's youngest sister into franklin. It took about an hour to go that 6 miles. I think he lost the mill, but I'm not sure. I know that dad (Guy Hughes Rader) went down and worked with him at the mill for a while. I can remember living in this house, not too far from the family home. Mildred Rader Chapman was about 9 or 10 years old when they went down to the mill, from Knoxville, in a Ford touring car. As she related the story: We camped out or stayed different places at night. I guess there weren't any hotels or we didn't have any money, I don't know. I was little enough that I could sleep on the back seat. I remember staying in a couple of places on the way down. One night dad pulled into this, what I guess he thought was abandoned, anyway in the middle of the night it turned out to be a negro church. Scared my mother to death, but we didn't move, we stayed there the rest of the night. Another time we camped in an abandoned house which was scary, as I remember. Another time we camped out in the woods. Those are just fragments that I remember.

The mill was on the river. Part of the year it ran by water power, when the water was up, and the rest of the time it ran on wood powered steam. The mill at mosheim was on the same order as the mill in Franklin. Rozell Rader was an adult when they moved from halls crossroads to Franklin TN. They bought the Boyd's mill from an estate sale or bankruptcy sale about 1905. The mill was in worse shape than they thought it was when they bought it. His son James R Rader was born there at Rubin's house in 1919. Kenneth Metcalf says: But I think what happened , this is conjecture but, this was about the time World War I ended and I think he had this mill. He probably bought too much he may of speculated in corn and wheat or maybe he was just buying a supply ahead and he bought too much ahead and the bottom fell out of the wheat and corn market. When the war was over he lost the mill and came back up to Knoxville.

The mill was old then and they were the last people to run that mill. They ran it until about 1923. Rubins wife died several years before rubin, I sort of remember them telling us she died of sugar diabetes or of a kidney disease, I think they called it Wright's disease. Pictures from James Rubin Rader April 29, 1991

My thoughts as I look at these pictures. Pictures marked 1 + 2. The happiest years of their lives. They traveled around together, ate drank a respectable amount of booze. The house they happened to be at was filled with good conversation and laughter. I am consoled and pleased that they are buried in the same plot as they should be. Bless Nona, Jimmie and Guy Rader Picture 3 Aunt Annie - Grandma - Aunt Sallie Merrill - Lummy Aunt Annie is the only one I can remember. Picture 4 1) Depot, 2) Mill, 3) Cloyds Store, 4) Humphreys, 6) old School, 7) Boughards, 8) Goodwins, 9) Smiths, 10) Price, 11) Cloyds, 12) where Guy was born, 13) Store, 14) Church I am not sure but I think this is the community of Mosheim, TN. It is not boyds mill. Picture 5 This is Boyds later known as Raders' Mill. The mill had not operated for many years when this picture was made. I visited it twice when it was in this state it collapsed shortly after. The opening to the left is where the water turbine set. The stream is the West Harpeth River. The dam was up stream and had washed out many years prior to the picture. The building to the left was the granary. The Raders bought wheat at harvest time and stored it to mill flour during the year. In the year 1920 wholesale price of flour was $ 8.75 per cwt. Bankers applying the screws to borrowers rigidly and that is when the Rader's mill closed for ever. Also about this time store bought bread was available at 5 cents a loaf, so small flour mills slowly disappeared.
He was listed as a resident in the census report 1910 in Franklin, Williamson Co, TN. He bought property Franklin, TN, 1 Nov 1913. He was listed as a resident in the census report January 7, 1920 in Franklin, Williamson Co, TN. Reuben was a plaintiff in a court case Chancery Court, Franklin, TN, 2oct1922.(141) Reuben was listed in a directory Fountain City, Knox, TN, 1925.



Facts about this person:

Burial
Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Buried: , St. James Cem, Greene, Tennessee.

• Census: 1860. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 419 #736

• Alt Birth: 31 Jan 1860, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Census 1: 1870. DISTRICT 23, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 266 LINE 4

• Census: 1880, Greene County, Tennessee. Census Place: District 25, Greene, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255258 National Archives Film T9-1258 Page 77C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Mary A. RADER Self F W W 49 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ruben RADER Son M S W 23 TN
Occ: Carpenter Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lafayette RADER Son M S W 21 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. RADER Dau F S W 18 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha BAWERS Other F W 25 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jennie Mc. AMIS Other F S W 16 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

• Census 2: 1880. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 77 LINE 18

• Residence: 1880, District 25, Greene, Tennessee, United States. 45

• Census 3: 1900. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE DIST. #23 LINE 212 PAGE 235A

• Residence: 1900, Civil District 23, Greene, Tennessee. 17

• 1900 Census: 1 Jun 1900, Greene County, Tennessee. Ruben Rader found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1900
Lived in: 23 District, Greene County, Tennessee
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1573 Book: 2 Page: 322

235 322 ED 52 sheet 11 A Holston Symtecmb College 1 Jun 1900

Rader, Ruben Head W M Oct 1856 43 M 14
Mattie W F May 1863 36 M 14 5 5
Guy H W M Aug 1887 12 S
Lois V W F Sept 1889 10 S all Tennessee
Ray B. W M July 1892 7 S
Rosell m W M Apr 1897 3 S
Boneto w f Apr 1899 1 S

Hughes, Sue M Head W F May 1845 55 5 4 Tn Tn Tn

23 District, Greene County, Tennessee

• 1903 city directori: 1903, Knoxville, TN. Rader, Reuben, carp Sou Ry, r 806 E 5th av

• Census: 1910, Franklin, Williamson Co, TN.

• Residence: 1910, Civil District 2, Cocke, Tennessee. 46

• Land: 1 Nov 1913, Franklin, Williamson Co, TN. traded Lot #6 box 56 Fountain City, Knox Co TN Deed book 256 page 332 plus 7 notes for $500 due 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7 years

• Census: 7 Jan 1920, Franklin, Williamson Co, TN.

• Land: 2 Oct 1922, Franklin, Williamson Co, TN. 47 Judgements of $8,970.44. June Term 1922 against Reubin Rader +wf Mattie F. Rader
Transfer title of 8 acres containing "Boyd's" or "Short's mill"
Vacate by Nov 2, 1922

• 1926 census: 1926, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. Rader, Reuben carp r Jacksboro pk, Ftn City

• Census 6: 1930. 7TH. DISTRICT, KNOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE LINE 312 PAGE 16A

• 1932 city directory: 1932, Fountain City, Knox County, TN. Rader, Reubin r Jacksoboro pk, Ftn City

Reuben married Martha "Mattie" Frances Hughes 14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 on 4 Nov 1886 in Greene County, Tennessee.48 Martha was born on 5 May 1863 in Baileyton, Greene, Tennessee, USA,17 died on 3 Mar 1923 in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee at age 59, and was buried in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

4         i.  Guy Hughes Rader 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21 (born on 26 Aug 1887 in Mosheim, Greene, Tennessee, USA - died on 14 Aug 1959 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA)

         ii.  Lois Velma Rader 14 was born on 13 Sep 1889 in Greene County, Tennessee17 and died on 17 Mar 1979 in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee at age 89. Another name for Lois was Lairs V Rader.17

        iii.  Ray B Rader 14,17,49 was born on 12 Jul 1892 in Tennessee17,49 and died in 1912 in Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States at age 20.

         iv.  Raymond Bird Rader was born in Jul 1892, died in Montgomery, AL, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, AL..

          v.  Rozelle Merrill Rader 14,17 was born in Apr 1897 in Tennessee,17 died in Jul 1978 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, CA at age 81, and was buried in Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, Van Nuys, Los Angeles County, California.

         vi.  Boneta Rader 14 was born in Apr 1899 in Tennessee17 and died about 1973 in Chattanooga, Tennessee about age 74. Another name for Boneta was Boneto Rader.17

Reuben next married someone.

His children were:

          i.  Alpha B Rader 46 was born about 1881 in Tennessee.46

         ii.  Elsie J Rader 46 was born about 1882 in Tennessee.46

        iii.  J Horace Rader 46 was born about 1886 in Tennessee.46

         iv.  Siram E Rader 46 was born about 1888 in Tennessee.46

          v.  E Nora Rader 46 was born about 1892 in Tennessee.46

         vi.  Zallie L Rader 46 was born about 1895 in Tennessee.46

        vii.  Miles S Rader 46 was born about 1896 in Tennessee.46

       viii.  Clemmie J Rader 46 was born about 1900 in Tennessee.46




9. Martha "Mattie" Frances Hughes,14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 daughter of Reverend John R. Hughs and Susanna M. Scarborough, was born on 5 May 1863 in Baileyton, Greene, Tennessee, USA,17 died on 3 Mar 1923 in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee at age 59, and was buried in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee.

General Notes: Facts about this person:

Burial
Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1. See Note Page

• Census: 1900. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE DIST. #23 LINE 212 PAGE 235A

• Residence: 1900, Civil District 23, Greene, Tennessee. 17

Martha married Reuben H. Rader 14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46 on 4 Nov 1886 in Greene County, Tennessee.48 Reuben was born on 27 Oct 1856 in Dulaney, Greene, Tennessee, USA,17,45,46 died on 19 Jan 1932 in Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee at age 75, and was buried in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee.


10. Thomas Parker Duff,14,50,51,52,53,54,55 son of John W. Duff and Mary Margaret, was born on 18 Dec 1853 in TN50,51,52,53,54,55 and died on 14 Mar 1923 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, USA at age 69.

Death Notes: 303 Churchwell A, Knoxville, Knox Co, TN

General Notes: Obituaries
------------------------1
Thomas Parker Duff, 69, died at the home, 303 Churchwell ave, Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. He left a wife; two daughters, Mrs W. D. Smith of Detroit, Mrs G. H. Rader; one son, A. M. Duff of Maryville; one stepson, J. O. Maughan of Chattanooga.
Mr. Duff was a member of Golden Rule Lodge 177, I.O.O. F. and the Oakwood M. E. Church.
Funeral will be conducted from the Oakwood M.E. church, Friday at 1:30 p. m.
-------------------------2
Funeral services for Thomas Parker Duff, 69, who died at his home, 303 Churchwell avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, will be conducted from the Oakwood M.E. church of which he was a member, friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev W. E. O. Robeson, pastor of the church, will officiate and burial will follow in Lynnhurst cemetery. The deceased was well known throughout Knox county and had a wide circle of friends. He was a member of Golden Rule Lodge No 177 I.O.O. F.
Surviving the deceased are his widow; two daughters, Mrs W.D. Smith, Detriot, and Mrs G. H. Rader of this city; one son A. M. Duff, Maryville, and a step son, J. O. Maughan, Chatanooga.
Thomas & Mary Jane (Maughan) Duff
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=64bf60ac-2c31-4c1d-b052-775d702f1bac&tid=4002251&pid=-1663096570

Noted events in his life were:

• Researcher: 283. John W. DUFF (Jacob Nelson4, John3, William2, Samuel1) was born about 1829. He married Mary Margaret (?) about 1853.
In the 1860 Polk County, Tennessee census (TN-26-375) John DUFF is age 30, Mary age 31, Parker age 6, Taylor age 5, Frances age 3, Nancy age 1, Joseph DUFF age 15, Eliza CARSON age 40, Polk Co., TN-26-375. I do not know who the Joseph DUFF age 15 or Eliza Carson age 40 are.
In the 1870 Benton, Polk County, Tennessee census (pg10-ID31) Margaret DUFF is listed with children, do not know what happened to John W., I am assuming he died after 1863 when his last child was born and before the 1870 census was taken. Listed in the 1870 census-- Mar is age 41, Thomas P. age 16, Clavin T. age 14, Margaret age 13, Nancy age 11, Mary J. age 9, and Harriet M. age 7, all born in Tennessee.

John W. DUFF and Mary Margaret (?) had the following family:

637 i. Thomas Parker6 DUFF was born in Tennessee about 1854.
638 ii. Calvin Taylor DUFF was born in Tennessee about 1856.
639 iii. Margaret Frances DUFF was born about 1857.
640 iv. Nancy DUFF was born in Tennessee about 1859.
641 v. Mary J. DUFF was born in Tennessee about 1861.
642 vi. Harriett M. DUFF was born in Tennessee about 1863.
Ted Ransom McDuffee
aka T. Ransom Duff
4528 Greenhill Way
Anderson, IN 46012
1999

• 1860 Census: 8 Jun 1860, Benton, Polk, TN. John Duff 30 M farmer TN
Mary Duff 31 F
Parker Duff 6 M
Taylor Duff 5 m
Frances Duff 3 f
Nancy Duff 1 F

• Census: 1880, Mc Minn, Tennessee. Census Place: District 16, Mc Minn, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255268 National Archives Film T9-1268 Page 432D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Thomas P. DUFF Self M S W 26 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Taylor DUFF Brother M S W 24 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Francis DUFF Sister F S W 23 TN
Occ: Do. Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary DUFF Sister F S W 19 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Hariet DUFF Sister F S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza CARSON Aunt F S W 60 TN
Occ: Asst. House Keeper Fa: TN Mo: TN

• Census: 1900, Marion, Tennessee. 1900 United States Federal Census
Name:T P Duff Home in 1900:Civil District 15, Marion, Tennessee Age:46 Estimated birth year:abt 1854 Birthplace:Tennessee Relationship to head-of-house:Head Spouse's name:Mary J Race:White Occupation:View image Neighbors:View others on page Household Members:Name AgeT P Duff 46 Mary J Duff 47 Hattie Duff 14 Nonie Duff 12 Alva Duff 5 Oliva Mangano 23 Susan Alexander 20


• resided: Dec 1905, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennesse. Sept. 3, 1903 "Rev. SP Angel went to Athens Tuesday to place his daughter, Miss Lula, and Miss Nona Duff in school there."

Sept. 1903 "Married Sunday morning at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. SP Angel officiating, Mr. William Smith and Miss Hattie Duff."

Jan. 14, 1904 "Misses Lula Angel and Nona Duff have returned to school at Athens, Tenn."

Sept. 1905 "Miss Nona Duff has returned froma an extended visit to friends and relatives near Dalton, Georgia, bringing with her Miss McGee." I found a reference in the same column where Nona attended a party and also present was a "Loula McGee". Maybe the same person.

Dec. 1905 "Mrs. Duff and Will Smith and family are going to Whitwell and from there to Knoxville where they will make their future home."

Dec. 1905 "TP Duff and family and WD Smith and family have moved to Knoxville."

May 17, 1906 "Mrs. Lon King died Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. TP Duff in Knoxville, where she went a month ago in hopes that a change would be beneficial to her. She was brought here for interment."

• Census: 28 Apr 1910, Marion Co., TN. Tennessee, MARION, Roll 1512 Book 1, Page 6a
28 Apr 1910
Duff, Parker head M W 56 m1 26 TN TN TN Coal Miner
Mary J wife F W 57 m1 26 7 4 TN TN TN
Alvin son M W 15 S TN TN TN

• Census: 16 Jun 1920, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennesse. 1920 U.S. Census • Tennessee • Knox • Knoxville • ED# 108
16 jun 1920
Duff, Thomas P head M W 66 m TN TN TN Janitor City School
Mary Jane wife F W 67 m TN TN TN

• Residence: 1880, District 16, Mcminn, Tennessee, United States. 53

• Residence: 1910, Civil District 1, Marion, Tennessee. 50

• Residence: 1900, Civil District 15, Marion, Tennessee. 51

• Residence: 1870, District 3, Polk, Tennessee, United States. 52

• Residence: 1920, Knoxville Ward 17, Knox, Tennessee. 54

• Residence: 1860, District 2, Polk, Tennessee. 55

Thomas married Mary Jane Mcghee 14,50,56 in 1884 in Tennessee, United States. Mary was born on 17 Sep 1852 in Tennessee50 and died on 8 Jan 1930 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN at age 77.

Marriage Notes: i Jim -
sorry the delay in getting back to you, but I work in the early morning hrs before work.
I've invited you to my "Wright-Thomas-King-Rankin" tree and would love for you to "flesh out" the details, add pics, etc.
Here is how we are connected.
LON KING (1871-1956) was the brother of my g-grandfather, Thomas Edward "Ed" King (1878-1914).
LON KING married LUCY MAUGHAN (1875-1906); Lucy's mother was MARY JANE McGHEE-who married a MAUGHAN. After Mr. MAUGHAN die, LUCY married Thomas Parker DUFF (1853-1923) in 1884.
LUCY & DUFF had 3 children - one of whom was NONA DUFF (1887-1962) who married GUY RADER -- and you know the story from there -
So probably know blood connection but still "family" -
I checked out your web site and was impressed.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Cheryl
San Diego, CA

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Oliver Mathis Duff

         ii.  Trei Alexander 14 was born in 1880 in Tennessee, United States.

        iii.  Henrietta Hattie Duff 14 was born in Sep 1885 in Tennessee, United States and died in Michigan, United States.

5        iv.  Nona Malabe Duff 14,15,19,20,23 (born on 1 Oct 1887 in Soddy, TN - died on 17 Jun 1962 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Co, CA)

          v.  Henrieta Duff was born in 1890 and died in Michigan.

         vi.  Alvin Mccree Duff 14,50 was born on 6 Dec 1895 in Marysville, TN50 and died in Tennessee, United States.




11. Mary Jane Mcghee,14,50,56 daughter of John A. Mc Gehee and Amsy Ainsy Woods, was born on 17 Sep 1852 in Tennessee50 and died on 8 Jan 1930 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN at age 77.

Death Notes: Mrs. Thomas T. Duff
Mrs. Thomas T. Duff died Wednesday night at the home of her son, Oliver Duff, in Chatanooga. She was 75. Mrs Duff formerly lived at Oakwood here. She left only a few months ago.
She was a member of Oakwood Methodist church.
She is survived by two sons, Oliver Mathis and Alvin Duff, and two daughters, Mrs. William Smith of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs William Smith of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. P.H. Rader of Seattle, Wash.
The body arrived here this morning and was taken to Mann's.
Funeral services were to be held at Mann's chapel at 3 p.m. today, the Rev. L. D. Hamel officiating. Burial in Lynnhurst Resthaven.

death cert from Hixon, Hamilton, TN for Mrs M. J. Duff born Sep 17 age 77 wittness J.O. Maughan (of Rt 2 Hixson). states father was Dr. McGee date of death 8 Jan 1930 Cardiac Lesian, died suddenly

General Notes: From: cpinsv@bellsouth.net [mailto:cpinsv@bellsouth.net]
Sent: Saturday, May 07, 2005 8:44 PM
To: James L. Rader
Subject: Re: I just sent 2 email with pictures

Dear Mr. Rader,

Yes the pictures came through beautifully. I am glad to have the tombstone inscriptions again. Mr McDuffee sent them to me several months ago, but I have misplaced them. They are here somewhere. (I never throw anything away! Just ask my wife.) The exact same picture of the Duffs descended in my family, but the copy you sent is clearer. Thank you very much, I am delighted with it.

Something I forgot to mention. Our county cemeteries were transcribed several years ago. There was at that time a grave for one of TP and Mary Jane's children recorded as being in Red Hill cemetery. This cemetery is just north of Whitwell. I haven't tried very hard to find the tombstone, as the cemetery is quite large. When I have a free afternoon I will try to find the grave.

The listing in the county cemetery book reads:

"Duff, Thomas L. 2-3-1892 --- 6-23-1892"

If I understand your email, TP and Mary Jane are your grandparents. They lived in this county for several years. They moved to Knoxville prior to 1906 when their daughter (my gt gt grandmother) died. She was living here when she got sick. They sent her to Knoxville to possibly find better treatment, but she died there. Her body was returned here. Her mother and stepfather were living there by that time. I think that the Duffs came to Marion County around 1885. They lived here approximately twenty years.

Several years ago I tried to find TP and Mary Jane's graves in Lynnhurst Cemetery. The people there looked up the plot numbers and directed me to a site with a large "Rader" grave marker. I could not find anything with their names on it. Your pictures seem to show flat tombstones. It may be that they are still there, but are underground. Have you been there recently?

I will continue looking for my file. It is here somewhere.

I see from your saluatation that you are a Christian. I am a Cumberland Presbyterian pastor. In fact Lucy Edna Maughan King was a member of one of the three congregations I serve. She joined it in 1889, and her name was recorded as "Duff". I think that TP Duff was a Sunday School superintendent at a Methodist Church when he was living here. I will have to check that.

The same lady who led recording the county cemeteries also has produced several collections of local newspaper columns. There was a local paper that went defunct in the depression. She bought their old files when the building was sold. There may be some information about TP Duff and his life here. Most of the local columns dealt with everyday things like who visited whom, the weather, church activities, etc.

I look forward to hearing from you again.

Regards,

Phillip Layne
Thomas & Mary Jane (Maughan) Duff
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=47e61e93-bd71-42a6-9e7b-039d2e2410b0&tid=4002251&pid=-1663096571

MaryJaneMaughanDuff
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=e732db61-4be9-4fbc-8a74-ccb0c879e194&tid=4002251&pid=-1663096571

Obituary of MRS. Thomas T. Duff
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=b07cfdd3-b3ba-4bde-a6ee-fb0c95761047&tid=4002251&pid=-1663096571

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1880, Jackson, Tennessee. probably not her !

Census Place: District 10, Jackson, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 220D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
James MC GHEE Self M M W 53 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jaine MC GHEE Wife F M W 53 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Sophronia MC GHEE Dau F S W 29 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary MC GHEE Dau F S W 28 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy A. MC GHEE Dau F S W 26 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elizabeth MC GHEE Dau F S W 23 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Francis MC GHEE Dau F S W 21 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha MC GHEE Dau F S W 19 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilban MC GHEE Son M S W 18 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Quinton MC GHEE Son M S W 18 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura MC GHEE Dau F S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alta MC GHEE Dau F S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

• Census: 1880, Rosita, Custer, Colorado. 1880 census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Mary MAUGHAN Self W Female W 27 TN Laundress TN TN
Luciy MAUGHAN Dau S Female W 5 TN ENG TN
John MAUGHAN Son S Male W 3 TN ENG TN
Lucy MAUGHAN Dau S Female W 1 TN ENG TN
Edward MAUGHAN Other S Male W 28 TN ENG ENG
Richard MAUGHAN Other S Male W 21 TN ENG ENG
Mary MOORE Other S Female W 17 IL Waitress --- IL
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Census Place Rosita, Custer, Colorado
Family History Library Film 1254089
NA Film Number T9-0089
Page Number 327C

• Residence: 1920, Knoxville Ward 17, Knox, Tennessee. 56

• Residence: 1910, Civil District 1, Marion, Tennessee. 50

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1853, Tennessee. 56

Mary married Thomas Parker Duff 14,50,51,52,53,54,55 in 1884 in Tennessee, United States. Thomas was born on 18 Dec 1853 in TN50,51,52,53,54,55 and died on 14 Mar 1923 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, USA at age 69.

Mary next married John L. Maughan,14 son of Unknown, in 1871 in Polk, Tennessee, United States. John was born in 1847 in Havdon Bridge, Northumberland, England and died in 1881 at age 34.

General Notes: Mr. RAder --
I saw your web site and I want to introduce myself and also hopefully share information and pictures on our mutual cousins in Tennessee.
Although I live in San Diego, I have just returned from Hixson, Tennessee, where my cousin, DELWYN KING lives. Delwyn is your 2nd half cousin, because his grandparents were LONNIE KING & LUCY MAUGHAN -- Lucy was the daughter of Mary Jane McGhee & Mr. MAUGHAN.
As you know, Mary McGhee married a second time to a Thomas Parker Duff, who were your ancestors.
We have discovered in a book in the Whitwell, TN library, "All About Whitwell", under "Lodges", that Parker Duff and J. A. Maughan were lodge buddies in the Knights of Pythias No. 98 in Whitwell, Tennessee in 1902. Thus, we are presuming that J. A. Maughan was Lucy's father at this time.
Also, the reason Delwyn and I discovered Parker Duff, was through a newspaper item that appeared in the Sequachee News on March 10, 1906:
"Lon King received a telephone message from Knoxville that his wife was lying at the point of death. Mrs. King has been in feeble health for some time and went to Knoxville about two weeks ago, on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Duff". (Since we knew Lucy's maiden name was MAUGHAN, we had to dig further).
I note that you listed John Oliver Maughan as the son of Mary McGhee and Mr. Maughan. John Oliver Maughan would by Lucy Maughan King's brother. Since John died in 1948 in Hixson, I've asked Delwyn--who also lives in Hixson-- to try and get a death certificate from Chattanooga so that perhaps John's father's first full name is listed. Also John's accurate birth date and hopefully place of birth in Tennessee.
[Note: Delwyn is my cousin because his grandfather, LONNIE KING, was the brother to my g-grandfather, THOMAS EDWARD "ED" KING, who died in a mine explosion in Mulga Alabama in 1914. My mother--who is still alive--had never met Delwyn, and thus the recent trip.]
I am sincerely hoping we can share pictures and more information. I'm attaching some pdf files for you to open and review.
I look forward to hearing from you. Let me know if you have problems opening these files - They have thumbnail pictures attached and might be slow.
If you need me to send them separately, I will re-send. I will send Lonnie King & Lucy Maughan's family sheet separately.
Cheryl Cook Singleton
Del Mar, California Cheryl Cook Singleton [csingleton@san.rr.com]

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1870, Polk County, Tennessee, 8Th Civil Dist #202.

• Occupation: 1870. Miner

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Oliver Maughan 14 was born on 11 Dec 1872 in Ducktown, Polk, Tennessee, United States, died on 31 Jan 1948 in Hixson, Hamilton, TN at age 75, and was buried in Chattanooga Mem.

         ii.  Lucy Edna Maughan 14 was born on 6 Jun 1875 in Tennessee, United States and died on 11 May 1906 in Walker Cemetery, Whitwell, TN at age 30.

        iii.  Luery Maughan 14 was born in 1875 in Tennessee, United States and died in California, United States.

         iv.  Annie A Maughan 14 was born on 21 Nov 1878 in Custer, Colorado, United States and died on 26 Aug 1880 in Custer, Colorado, United States at age 1.




12. John Thomas Stevenson, son of George W. Stevenson and Mary B., was born on 8 Jul 1854 in Cass County IL57 and died on 23 Jan 1934 in Sedro-Woolley, Skagit, Washington at age 79.

Death Notes: Washington State Death Records - John Stevenson - George Stevenson - Emeline Hamilton - Et Al.
Record Series:Death Records
Collection:Washington State Death Records
County:Statewide

Da Reference Number:{AA8C6C1B-DCCD-42A8-BAA7-BE54CB1D0250}
Image Number:791
Document Number:123
Document Reference Id:cn 38
Name:John Stevenson
Date Of Death:23 Jan 1934
Age:79
Gender:Male
Father Name:George Stevenson
Mother Name:Emeline Hamilton
Batch Id:276615
Batch Locality:Washington, United States
Death Place:Sedro-Woolley, Skagit, Washington
Mother Name Gn:Emeline
Mother Name Surname:Hamilton
Spouse Name:No Inf.

General Notes: Other Issaquah Mills
In addition to the Becker and Wold sawmills identified in the opening paragraphs, the following mills were located within the current Issaquah city limits: Seattle Lake Shore & Eastern Ry. sawmill 1888, William E. Vaughn & Sons Sawmill 1889 to 1909, Bush-Trandum sawmill 1890's-1902, Ent Sawmill 1892, Jacob Jones Sawmill ca. 1893 to1900, Joe Donlan sawmill 1892 to 1900, Donlan & Anderson saw and shingle mill 1900 to 1904, Issaquah Mill Co. 1903, Issaquah Shingle Co. 1905-6, Donlan shingle mill, 1905-6, Forbes shingle mill 1906, Squak Mill Company shingle mill 1906-08, Nevins shingle mill 1907-8, Empire Lumber & shingle Co. 1909, Neukirchen Brothers planing mill 1910-1918, Butske Brothers turning mill 1911, Edward Neukirchen saw and planing mill 1918-1927

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1850, Russell Twp, Putnam, Indiana.

Steverson, George

State: Indiana Year: 1850
County: Putnam Roll: M432_167
Township: Russell Twp Page: 429
Image: 144

Steverson, Sarah E.

State: Indiana Year: 1850
County: Putnam Roll: M432_167
Township: Russell Twp Page: 429
Image: 144
Steverson, George IN Putnam Russell Township 1850 167 429

George Steverson age 24 born KY
Amelia A age 19 born Ind
Sarah E age 1 born Ill

• Census: 1860 Cass Co, IL, 1860, Lancaster township, Cass Co, IL. STEPHENSON, GEORGE

State:ILYear:1860
County:Cass CountyRecord Type:Federal Population Schedule
Township:LancasterPage:117
Database:IL 1860 Federal Census Index

George Stephenson age 34 born KY
Emilin Stephenson age 26 born ind
Sarah age 11 born Ind
John Stephenston age 6 born Ills
William Stephenson age 2 born Ills

• Census: 1880, Napa, Napa, California. Census Place: Napa, Napa, California
Source: FHL Film 1254069 National Archives Film T9-0069 Page 295A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Luke KELLY Self M M W 46 IRE
Occ: Hotel Keeper Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Delia KELLY Wife F M W 53 IRE
Occ: Keeping House Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Kelly KELLY Dau F S W 20 CA
Occ: At Home Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
William KELLY Son M S W 18 CA
Occ: Clerk Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Thomas KELLY Son M S W 14 CA
Occ: At School Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
John KELLY Other M S W 35 IRE
Occ: Clerk Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Francis KELLY Other M S W 11 CA
Occ: At School Fa: IRE Mo: N. ZEALAND
John GRAY Other M S W 24 NY
Occ: Waiter Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
John STEPHENSON Other M S W 26 ENG
Occ: Waiter Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Ah Quon Other M S C 35 CANTON
Occ: Cook Fa: CANTON Mo: CANTON
Ah Pan Other M M C 35 CANTON
Occ: Cook Fa: CANTON Mo: CANTON
Ah Quong Other M M C 35 CANTON
Occ: Cook Fa: CANTON Mo: CANTON
Ah Pang Other M S C 22 CANTON
Occ: Cook Fa: CANTON Mo: CANTON
Ellen WHOLIHAN Other F S W 30 IRE
Occ: Laundress Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Lysette PACKARD Other F D W 32 PA
Occ: Chamber Maid Fa: PA Mo: PA
Eveline PACKARD Other F S W 12 CA
Occ: At School Fa: ME Mo: PA
John HOEST Other M S W 23 HOLSTEIN
Occ: Porter Fa: HOLSTEIN Mo: HOLSTEIN
John MCERNERNEY Other M D W 46 IRE
Occ: Stable Keeper Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
George GRADY Other M S W 17 CA
Occ: Stable Man Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Peter SCHMIDT Other M S W 39 HOLSTEIN
Occ: Baker Fa: HOLSTEIN Mo: HOLSTEIN
(Continued)

• Census: Feb 1885, Snohomish, Territory of Washington. Stevenson J.L. 30 M merchant born Illinois
Nellie 23 " California
John 1 " Wash Ty

• Census: 1910, FIDALGO PCT, SKAGIT, WA. FIDALGO PCT, SKAGIT, WA
Washington, SKAGIT, Roll 1667 Book 2, Page 137b
Stevenson. Mary B. head F W 74 W - 2 0 VA VA VA
William P step son M W 51 S IL KY IN gold miner
George W step son M W 48 S IL KY IN gold miner
John J step son M W 55 W IL KY IN Real Estate

• Emigration: 3 Jun 1925, Anacortes, Skagit, Washington, USA. I just found the application information for John T. Stevenson, who joined the
Anacortes Pioneer Association on 3 June 1925. He was a merchant in Anacortes at the time. He wrote that he was born in Cass County IL on 8 July 1854 and that he came to the west coast from Illinois, arriving in Snohomish Washington Territory on 25 April 1875.

Gary Zimmerman
gzim@aus.edu

John married Nellie S. Mc Ilvaine on 18 Oct 1883 in Snohomish Co, WA.58 Nellie was born in 1861 in CA and died on 31 Jul 1954 in LA at age 93. Another name for Nellie was Nellie McClaine.

The child from this marriage was:

6         i.  John Francis 'Frank' Stevenson 27 (born on 2 Aug 1884 in Snohomish Co, WA - died on 21 Apr 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA)

John next married H.N. Rackett. H.N. was born about 1851 in Kentucky57 and died before 1883 in Snohomish Co, WA.59

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  J.W. Stevenson was born about 1874 in Skaminia Co., WA.57

         ii.  M. B. Stevenson was born about 1876 in Skaminia Co., WA.

        iii.  Emery F. Stevenson was born on 4 Nov 1877 in Cape Horn, Skaminia Co., WA and was christened on 1 Mar 1965.

         iv.  Henry Stevenson was born about 1879 in Skaminia Co., WA.




13. Nellie S. Mc Ilvaine, daughter of Andrew J Mc Ilvaine and Jane Norman, was born in 1861 in CA and died on 31 Jul 1954 in LA at age 93. Another name for Nellie was Nellie McClaine.

Death Notes: California Death Index, 1940-1997 Record
about NELLIE MAR WHITE
Name:
WHITE, NELLIE MAR Social Security #:0 Sex:FEMALE Birth Date:12 Jan 1861 Birthplace:ILLINOIS Death Date:31 Jul 1954 Death Place:LOS ANGELES Mother's Maiden Name:RIGGS Father's Surname:WHITE

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Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1880, Chico, Butte Co, CA. Census Place:Chico, Butte, California
Source:FHL Film 1254063 National Archives Film T9-0063 Page 153C
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
William BARKERSelfMMW23CA Occ:FarmerFa: ---Mo: ---
Margaret E. BARKERWifeFMW22CA Occ:Keeping HouseFa: PAMo: IN
Andrew C. BARKERSonMSW3CA Fa: ---Mo: ---
Nellie J. BARKERDauFSW1CA Fa: ---Mo: ---
Nellie S. MCILVAINSisterLFSW19CA Occ:HousekeeperFa: PAMo: IN
George A. MCILVAINBroLMSW24CA Occ:TeamsterFa: PAMo: IN
Wellington ROYSOtherMSW26NY Occ:LaborerFa: ---Mo: ---

• Census: 1910, Issaquah, King County, Washington. 1910 U.S. Census - Washington ED# 37 T624-1657 0655
White Gilbert head ? ? 58 M2 3 New York U.S. U. S. English mill wright Lumber
Nellie Wife ? ? 48 m2 3 California Pennsylvania Indiana English
Nelson, Vivie 7 Washington Nor Norwegian California
Cassie 2 Washington Nor Norwegian California


• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1924, San Francisco co, california. White, Nellie S. 562 Scott St Housewife Rep

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1928, San Francisco co, california. White, Mrs Nellie S. 67 Granada Av Housewife Rep

• Census: 9 Apr 1930, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. Andrew J Mcilvain 62 1867 California Head White San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Insect Exterminator
Nellie White 67 1862 California Sister White San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
both - born California, father Pennsylvania, mother Indiana

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1932, San Francisco, CA. White, Mrs Nellie S, 67 Granada Ave Rep

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1936, San Francisco, CA. White, Nellie S. 2730 Sacramento, Housewife Rep

Nellie married John Thomas Stevenson on 18 Oct 1883 in Snohomish Co, WA.58 John was born on 8 Jul 1854 in Cass County IL57 and died on 23 Jan 1934 in Sedro-Woolley, Skagit, Washington at age 79.

Nellie next married Gilbert Wheller White on 19 Feb 1906 in Seattle, King Co, WA. Gilbert was born in Jul 1840 in New York.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 20 Jun 1900, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington. Top of Form
Gilbert White found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, 1900
Lived in: 62 Precinct, Multnomah County, Oregon
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1351 Book: 1 Page: 155

ED 88 sheet 30A Montavilla Precinct 62, Mull

White, Gilbert W head W M July 1840 59 M 12NYNYGermany Millwright
Carry wife W F May 1866 34 M 12 1 1CanadaEnglandMO 1877 23

• Census: 1910, Issaquah Twp, KING, WA. White, Gilbert head M W 58 m2 3 New York US US Mill Wright lumber
Nellie wife F W 48 m2 California PA Ind
Nelson Vivro 7 s Washington Norweigeon California
Nelson Causie 2 s Washington Norweigeon California




14. Byron Howard Valentine, son of John Valentine and Chloe Elizabeth Marr, was born on 23 Oct 1863 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI, died on 8 Apr 1946 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 82, and was buried on 11 Apr 1946 in Seattle, King Co, WA.

Burial Notes: Section IV lot 53

General Notes: Byron's obituary dated 11 April 1946 in the La Crosse Tribune Newspaper stated that he was associated for many years in the grocery business in the northern part of La Crosse and had also served on the common council. His wife and children were all living in the Seattle area at the time of his death.

Burial: Seattle, Washington

Death takes B.H. Valentine
Private funeral services for Byron Howard Valentine, 82, of 10704 53rd Ane. S., retired Seattle grocer, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Columbia Funeral Home.
Mr. Valentine, who owned a grocery store in the Magnolia district from 1914 until his retirement from business in 1933, died Tuesday in a local hospital after a long illness.
He was born in LaCrosse, Wis., amd came to Seattle in 1908. Before opening his store, he worked for a local lumber company.
Mr. Valentine was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs Leila Oberto and Mrs Merdeth Stevenson, both of Seattle; three sons, W.H. and John Valentine of Seattle, and C.B. Valentine, Oakland, Calif.; a brother Flave Valentine of La Crosse; eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
Internment will be in Evergreen Memorial park.

Noted events in his life were:

• Land purchase: 1914, Magnolia District , King, WA. Mr. Valentine, who owned a grocery store in the Magnolia district from 1914 until his retirement from business in 1933

Byron married Effie Louise Fauver on 14 Jul 1886 in Burns, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Effie was born on 6 Nov 1867 in La Crosse, WI, died on 8 Jan 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 82, and was buried on 23 Jan 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John F. Valentine was born on 15 Jun 1887 in La Cross, WI, died on 25 Jun 1982 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 95, and was buried on 28 Jun 1982 in Seattle, King Co, WA.

         ii.  Chester Byron Valentine was born on 27 Jun 1889 in Racine, WI and died on 30 Aug 1970 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 81.

        iii.  Walter Howard Valentine was born on 27 Jul 1889 and died on 18 Oct 1964 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 75.

7        iv.  Merdith Bell Valentine (born on 10 Jun 1891 in La Crosse, Wisconsin - died on 15 Jan 1973 in Seattle, King Co, WA)

          v.  Helen Marr Valentine was born on 18 Dec 1895 in La Cross, WI and died on 14 Sep 1934 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 38.

         vi.  Lela Hope Valentine was born on 26 Nov 1907 in OR.




15. Effie Louise Fauver, daughter of Samuel Creg Fauver and Rebecca Belle Armentrout, was born on 6 Nov 1867 in La Crosse, WI, died on 8 Jan 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 82, and was buried on 23 Jan 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA.

General Notes: Effie was reared and went to school in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Effie married Byron Howard Valentine on 14 Jul 1886 in Burns, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Byron was born on 23 Oct 1863 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI, died on 8 Apr 1946 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 82, and was buried on 11 Apr 1946 in Seattle, King Co, WA.
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16. Henry L. Rader,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 son of William W. Rader and Barbara Hauff, was born on 17 Feb 1829 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee, died on 25 Jul 1864 in Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois at age 35, and was buried in Chicago, Oak Woods Cem, , Illinois.

General Notes: by Harry Roberts Civil War Legends

During the Civil War some soldiers, whether Union or Rebel is not known, camped in the woods back of the Harry Rader home. They built their fires against trees, some of which, when recently cut, bore old burn marks from these bivouacs.

Major Lister, who was born in 1868, remembers his mother telling him of seeing a group of Union Soldiers pass by the old Henry Rader home, where she was staying with her sister. The soldiers passed at night and we could see the sparks flying from their shoes as they struck rocks on the roadway. They rode by the house on past where the church now stands and disappeared into the night, later to surprise General Morgan in Greeneville. Henry Rader (1829-1864)

Henry Rader left Dulaney on horseback and rode to Rader's Sidetrack where he boarded the train for joining the Confederate Army. He and his cousin Daniel Rader had no special concern for the Confederacy but were influenced by some other men of the area. This according to what Mr. Wilmer R. Rader told me.

Uncle Andy, a 12 year old boy, rode another horse and went to the sidetrack with his father to bring the horse back home. Wouldn't you like to have heard their conversation on the way to the sidetrack. I doubt if Uncle Andy ever told anyone what was said.

I do not know any dates regarding his service except the date of capture and his death. He died of dysentery in Camp Douglas just outside of Chicago, Ill. I have read of the neglect and unsanitary conditions which existed there.

Henry Rader was stationed at Big Creek Gap which is north west of Knoxville, Tenn., in the Cumberland Mountains. The reason for that camp was to guard one of the passes through the Cumberland Mountains . To prevent the invasion of a Union Army which was stationed in Kentucky from early in the war waiting until it was safe to bring an army into East Tennessee.

That opportunity did not present itself until the summer of 1863. The Confederates had a Knoxville based army in East Tennessee guarding the railroad, and rich agricultural area as long as they were able.

In the summer - early August - the Confederates under Gen. Buckner were ordered to move toward Chattanooga to help protect the army of Gen. Bragg. Gen Buckner left one brigade to defend Cumberland Gap and another along the railroad east of Knoxville - and marched his main army toward Chattanooga.

Gen Burnside was in command of the army in eastern Kentucky. He marched toward Knoxville, but not by the way of the Cumberland Gap which was heavily fortified to withstand an assault from the north (Kentucky). Instead he entered Tennessee by some very rugged passes through the mountains west of he Gap.

Burnside and part of the XXlll Corps of the Dept. of the Ohio, arrived in Knoxville on Sept. 2 and immediately sent a part of his army to capture Cumberland Gap, from the poorly fortified south (Tenn.) side.

The Confederate garrison of some 2,500 men was under the command of Brig. Gen. John W. Frazier. He surrendered with very little resistance, losing in addition to his small army 3,000 stands of small arms. (A stand consisted of a complete outfit for a soldier, rifle, bayonet, cartridge & belt. Or sometimes the rifle belt of ammunition alone) and 36 cannon.

I presume that the prisoners were taken to Knoxville and then sent to Camp Douglas. Reports on whether Henry Rader was able to come home after he joined seemed to be indefinite. Since he evidently was stationed in the Knoxville area it is most probable that he did come home for a visit before being captured.

The home of HENRY and POLLYAN RADER is a landmark in Dulaney Community and probably one of the oldest structures in the county. It was built long before HENRY bought it for his family in 1858. It is vacant and used for storage at present, but we were impressed by the fine craftsmanship revealed in the brickwork of the chimney and the solid log construction. It stands near the crest of a hill. A descendant, MARGARET RADER, remembers it as being a very inviting spot with a wide veranda and shaded by large oak trees. A spring once gurgled at the foot_ of the hill. She said a constant stream of visitors came to the home in the olden days.

HENRY was a farmer and he actually established a blacksmith shop in Dulaney, which is a village off the Warrensburg Road about twelve miles southwest of Greenville. The bellows and blacksmithing tools are still intact and have been used by succeeding generations.

HENRY joined the Confederate Army, was captured by Union forces and later died in a prison camp in the Chicago area. A comrade brought his sword back to the family which remains a treasure among descendants. Condition Camp Douglas from Am. Heritage Magazine Aug. 1959

Filth, poor drainage, over crowding created a horror at Camp Douglas on the edge of Chicago. The Pres. of the U. S. Sanitary Commission after inspecting the place asserted that the conditions were "enough to drive a sanitarian mad". In the fall of 1864 the colonel who commanded this camp reported that 984 of his 7,402 prisoners were sick, said that there had been a lack of efficiency in the management of the medical affairs of the post and complained that many prisoners had scurvy because no vegetable or any antiscorbutics were available. part of a conversation with CHARLES P. RADER JULY 22, 1990 2457 Greenhaven, Akron OH 44313 - (216) 836-6940

The Civil War split the Rader family right down the middle. Henry's branch was affluent because they owned slaves so they went with the South. Henry spoke a little german and was probably the last. They settled in Lickcreek in Green County. Henry and Jacob, who were brothers, each had a son named William and they were born within a year of each other. I think one in 1798 and the other 1799. Henry son of the 1798 William died in the Civil War. I found his grave in Chicago. It's on the south side of Chicago, and that isn't the nicest neighborhood. It's a city block, it has a twelve foot concrete wall around it. It's an old cemetery that's been there since the civil war. They even told me where the grave was, they had a record of it and I was able to go right to it. He died there in 1864, he was a sergeant in confederate army. Of coarse, after the war the family was destitute, they had no means of bringing him back for internment in Tennessee. It was a mass grave, they strung them along in a chain. You can say within a few feet, this where he is buried. They have all their names engraved on a plate there.
Died in Camp Douglas, Union Prison.
Henry Rader was born on 17 Feb 1829 in Dulaney, Greene Co, TENNESSEE He died on 25 Jul 1864 in Camp Douglas, Unon Prison, Chicago, Cook Co, IL. He has reference number HENRY2. by Harry Roberts Civil War Legends. During the Civil War some soldiers, whether Union or Rebel is not known, camped in the woods back of the Harry Rader home. They built their fires against trees, some of which, when recently cut, bore old burn marks from these bivouacs. Major Lister, who was born in 1868, remembers his mother telling him of seeing a group of Union Soldiers pass by the old Henry Rader home, where she was staying with her sister. The soldiers passed at night and we could see the sparks flying from their shoes as they struck rocks on the roadway. They rode by the house on past where the church now stands and disappeared into the night, later to surprise General Morgan in Greeneville.

Henry Rader (1829-1864)
Henry Rader left Dulaney on horseback and rode to Rader's Sidetrack where he boarded the train for joining the Confederate Army. He and his cousin Daniel Rader had no special concern for the Confederacy but were influenced by some other men of the area. This according to what Mr. Wilmer R. Rader told me. Uncle Andy, a 12 year old boy, rode another horse and went to the sidetrack with his father to bring the horse back home. Wouldn't you like to have heard their conversation on the way to the sidetrack. I doubt if Uncle Andy ever told anyone what was said. I do not know any dates regarding his service except the date of capture and his death. He died of dysentery in Camp Douglas just outside of Chicago, Ill. I have read of the neglect and unsanitary conditions which existed there. Henry Rader was stationed at Big Creek Gap which is north west of Knoxville, TENNESSEE, in the Cumberland Mountains. The reason for that camp was to guard one of the passes through the Cumberland Mountains. To prevent the invasion of a Union Army which was stationed in Kentucky from early in the war waiting until it was safe to bring an army into East TENNESSEE That opportunity did not present itself until the summer of 1863. The Confederates had a Knoxville based army in East Tennessee guarding the railroad, and rich agricultural area as long as they were able. In the summer - early August - the Confederates under Gen. Buckner were ordered to move toward Chattanooga to help protect the army of Gen. Bragg. Gen Buckner left one brigade to defend Cumberland Gap and another along the railroad east of Knoxville - and marched his main army toward Chattanooga. Gen Burnside was in command of the army in eastern Kentucky. He marched toward Knoxville, but not by the way of the Cumberland Gap which was heavily fortified to withstand an assault from the north (Kentucky). Instead he entered Tennessee by some very rugged passes through the mountains west of he Gap. Burnside and part of the XXlll Corps of the Dept. of the Ohio, arrived in Knoxville on Sept. 2 and immediately sent a part of his army to capture Cumberland Gap, from the poorly fortified south (TENNESSEE) side. The Confederate garrison of some 2,500 men was under the command of Brig. Gen. John W. Frazier. He surrendered with very little resistance, losing in addition to his small army 3,000 stands of small arms. (A stand consisted of a complete outfit for a soldier, rifle, bayonet, cartridge & belt. Or sometimes the rifle belt of ammunition alone) and 36 cannon. I presume that the prisoners were taken to Knoxville and then sent to Camp Douglas. Reports on whether Henry Rader was able to come home after he joined seemed to be indefinite. Since he evidently was stationed in the Knoxville area it is most probable that he did come home for a visit before being captured.
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The home of HENRY and POLLYAN RADER is a landmark in Dulaney Community and probably one of the oldest structures in the county. It was built long before HENRY bought it for his family in 1858. It is vacant and used for storage at present, but we were impressed by the fine craftsmanship revealed in the brickwork of the chimney and the solid log construction. It stands near the crest of a hill. A descendant, MARGARET RADER, remembers it as being a very inviting spot with a wide veranda and shaded by large oak trees. A spring once gurgled at the foot of the hill. She said a constant stream of visitors came to the home in the olden days.

HENRY was a farmer and he actually established a blacksmith shop in Dulaney, which is a village off the Warrensburg Road about twelve miles southwest of Greenville. The bellows and blacksmithing tools are still intact and have been used by succeeding generations. HENRY joined the Confederate Army, was captured by Union forces and later died in a prison camp in the Chicago area. A comrade brought his sword back to the family which remains a treasure among descendants.

Condition Camp Douglas from Am. Heritage Magazine Aug. 1959 Filth, poor drainage, over crowding created a horror at Camp Douglas on the edge of Chicago. The Pres. of the U. S. Sanitary Commission after inspecting the place asserted that the conditions were "enough to drive a sanitarian mad". In the fall of 1864 the colonel who commanded this camp reported that 984 of his 7,402 prisoners were sick, said that there had been a lack of efficiency in the management of the medical affairs of the post and complained that many prisoners had scurvy because no vegetable or any antiscorbutics were available.
Part of a conversation with CHARLES P. RADER JULY 22, 1990 2457 Greenhaven, Akron OH 44313 - (216) 836-6940 The Civil War split the Rader family right down the middle. Henry's branch was affluent because they owned slaves so they went with the South. Henry spoke a little german and was probably the last. They settled in Lickcreek in Green County. Henry and Jacob, who were brothers, each had a son named William and they were born within a year of each other. I think one in 1798 and the other 1799. Henry son of the 1798 William died in the Civil War. I found his grave in Chicago. It's on the south side of Chicago, and that isn't the nicest neighborhood. It's a city block, it has a twelve foot concrete wall around it. It's an old cemetery that's been there since the civil war. They even told me where the grave was, they had a record of it and I was able to go right to it. He died there in 1864, he was a sergeant in confederate army. Of coarse, after the war the family was destitute, they had no means of bringing him back for internment in TENNESSEE It was a mass grave, they strung them along in a chain. You can say within a few feet, this where he is buried. They have all their names engraved on a plate there. He was married to Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers on 3 Oct 1850.

One section of Oak Woods is known as the "Confederate Mound". A 46-foot monument stands alone, surrounded by cannon and cannonballs. Buried around it are an estimated six thousand soldiers and sailors of the Confederacy.

Camp Douglas was a prisoner of war internment camp near the 35th-street estate of Stephen Douglas, named for the late senator. Like all P.O.W. camps of its day, it was rife with communicable diseases smallpox and dysentery. Conditions were appalling, and thousands died. A group of prisoners plotted to escape the camp and capture Chicago for the Confederacy, but were thwarted by Allan Pinkerton. By the end of the war, thousands had died and been buried in the North Side's old City Cemetery.

Upon the closing of City Cemetery, the bodies interred there were moved to the new cemeteries Rosehill, Graceland, Oak Woods. The federal government purchased a section of Oak Woods in 1867 to accomodate the 4200 known casualties of Camp Douglas. The coffins were placed in concentric circular trenches. Although the government only had 4200 names, cemetery records indicate that closer to 6000 coffins were buried here. In addition to the unknown number of Southerners, twelve Union soldiers are buried here as well, guards from the camp. Their markers, reading "Unknown U.S. Soldier", stand in a single row behind one cannon.

The 46-foot monument was dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1895. Over 100,000 people attended the ceremonies, including large numbers of men from both armies. President Cleveland and his cabinet were there as well. In 1911, bronze panels were added to the base, with the soldiers' names, ranks, units, and home states.

The Confederate Mound at Oak Woods is the largest Confederate burial ground in all the North. The Confederate dead here buried in concentric trenches were all private soldiers.

The monument to their memory is of Georgia granite, stands forty feet from the ground to the top of statue and was erected in July 1893 with funds mainly subscribed by liberal citizens of Chicago and camps of the United Confederate Veterans.

The bronze panels of the pedestal die represent:
On the East face - THE CALL TO ARMS;
On the West face - A VETERAN'S RETURN HOME;
And On the South face - A SOLDIER'S DEATH DREAM;

The bronze statue surmounting the battlemented cap of the column is a realistic representation of a confederate infantry soldier after the surrender. The face expresses sorrow for the thousands of prison dead interred beneath.

The cannon, shot and shell ornamenting this Government lot in which both Union and Confederate dead are buried were purchased by the War Department under authority of an Act of Congress approved January 25th 1893.

Largest training camp in Illinois land provided by estate of Stephen A. Douglas in 1861now between Cottage Grove Avenue and South Parkway and 31st and 36th Streets, Chicago east side: parade ground and administration buildings south side: camp hospitals west side: prison camp 32 units trained here: 9 Cav, 51 IL Inf, 55 IL Inf first prisoners arrived in 1862, about 8000 from capture of Fort Donelson during war held over 18,000 prisoners over 12,000 at one time [Dec 1864] prisoners included Sam Houston, Jr. and Henry M. Stanley, African explorer.



TO THE MEMORY OF THE SIX THOUSAND
SOUTHERN SOLDIERS HERE BURIED . . . WHO DIED
IN CAMP DOUGLAS PRISON . . . 1862-1865



Researched and edited by C. B. Pritchett

The South had Andersonville, an internationally known reminder of prison camp hardships and deaths, immortalized in song, literature, film and by many Union Monuments. The North had Camp Douglas, a little known civil war prison in Chicago that set records for prison mortality, hidden in lost and incomplete records and suppressed publicity. To the victor belongs the silence.

Andersonville is the National Prisoner of War Historical Site, with white headstones for each of the 12, 912 Union prisoners who died there with a 475 acre park and monuments erected by every Union State and the National Government. All of the main highways of South Georgia have directional signs to aid the tens of thousand who visit there yearly.

Look North to Chicago and you will find at least 6000 Confederate soldiers buried in a mass grave on one acre of land. There is only one monument to these prisoners who died, erected in 1895, 30 years after the war, by Southerners and their friends in Chicago and the North.

According to Dorothy Wells Earlandson, writing in Chicago's Heritage Guest, few native Chicagoans knew of its existence, you see, Chicago has never publicized its one time camp. There are no highway directional signs. We will never see a film about Camp douglas or any of the other notorious Northern prisons. The winners write the history books, and for 130 years they have been silent about their prison camps.

The Oak Wood Cemetery monument, erected TO THE MEMORY OF THE SIX THOUSAND SOUTHERN SOLDIERS HERE BURIED . . . WHO DIED IN CAMP DOUGLAS PRISON . . . 1862-65 sustains interest in the camp located near the shore of Lake Michigan. Before the camp closed, it has earned the dubious distinctions of undisputed first place in mortality among Northern prisons.

Prisoners from Fort Donelson arrived at Camp Douglas in February, 1862, and within one year the monthly mortality rate was at ten percent, a rate unsurpassed by any other prison in the North or South. Ultimately, one in five prisoners died, establishing the camp's reputation for extermination. The highest death rate at Andersonville was nine percent set for August, 1864.

Three traits distinguished Camp Douglas from other Northern prison camps: high mortality rates, extreme acts of cruelty, and a low official count of prisoners who died compared to documentation from other sources Historical articles and research texts have publicized these facts, but somehow Camp Douglas has escaped the notoriety of Andersonville. The most complete treatment of the horrors of Camp Douglas is contained in George Levy's To Die in Chicago (1994) from which some of the information for this article has been drawn. Levy was educated at the University of Chicago and he has served as Assistant Attorney General for the state of Illinois.

The high mortality rate can be attributed to several factors: overcrowding, unhealthy living conditions, ineffective medical treatment, inadequate food supply, and brutality. The war lasted longer than expected, resulting in more prisoners tan anticipated. By late 1862 there were 8,962 prisoners in the camp with fewer than 900 guards. Over 200 prisoners were crowded in to barracks averaging 70 feet by 25 feet. As the number increased, tents were erected to house them, with little protection against below zero winds. Huge latrines were left open, so rain washed raw sewage into the drinking water supply. Wooden floors were removed to discourage tunneling, so vermin infected the dirt floors. Rats and mice were commonplace. Some unnamed inmates recollecting the camp 37 years later said that they raised the kitchen floor to catch big gray rats which were made into rat pies. When cholera and a smallpox epidemic erupted, free medicine sent by the South was withheld as contraband of war. Food rations were restricted, partly to cut costs and partly as retaliation for Southern victories. When control of the camp was finally passed to the Chicago Police department, medical supplies were cut off and food severely restricted.

On June 30, 1862, Commandant Colonel Tucker was warned by D. V. McVickar, the Post Surgeon that the surface of the ground is becoming saturated with the filth and slop from the privies, kitchens, and quarters and must produce serious result to health as soon as the hot weather sets in. Colonel Tucker was overwhelmed; there were 326 patients in the hospital and many more in the barracKANSAS

Coincidentally, Henry W. Bellows of the Sanitary Commission sent a negative report on the camp to Colonel Hoffman the same day: Sir, the amount of standing water, unpoliced grounds, of foul sinks, of unventilated and crowded barracks, of general disorder, of soil reeking miasmatic accretions, of rotten bones and emptying of camp kettles, is enough to drive a sanitarium to despair. I hope that no thought will be entertained of mending matters.

The absolute abandonment of the spot seems to be the only judicious course, I do not believe that any amount of drainage would purge that soil loaded with accumulated filth or those barracks filled with two stories of vermin and animal exhalations. Nothin but fire can cleanse them. The Chicago Tribune wrote on September 22, 1862, It is no wonder they died so rapidly. It is only a wonder that the whole eight-thousand of the filthy hogs did not go home in pine boxes instead of on their feet.

Civilian doctors, who inspected Camp Douglas on April 5, 1863, called it an extermination camp. They drew an unrelenting picture of Awretched inmates without change of clothing, covered, with vermin, in wards reeking with filth and foul air, and blankets in rags . . . it will be seen that 260 out of 3,800 prisoners had died in twenty-one days, a rate of mortality which, if continued would secure their total extermination in about 320 days.

Prisoners were deprived of clothing to discourage escapes. Many wore sacks with head and arm holes cut out; few had underwear. Blankets to offset the bitter northern winter were confiscated from the few that had them. The weakest froze to death. The Chicago winter of 1864 was devastating. The loss of 1,091 lives in only four months was heavies for any like period in the camp's history, and equaled the deaths at the highest rate of Andersonville from February to May, 1864. Yet, it is the name of Andersonville that burns in infamy, while there exists a northern counterpart of little shame.

Mortality rates increased as Colonel Sweet complained on October 11, 1864, that mortality at the camp was up to 35% since June. In November 1864, the death toll was 217; another 323 died in December, 308 in January 1864, and 243 in February.

THE DEADLY DEADLINE

The Sparrow diary specifically mentions the dead line at Camp Douglas. Prisoners were shot for crossing the line there just as at such other Federal prisons as Camp Morton, Indiana; Camp Chase and Johnson's Island in Ohio; Point Lookout, Maryland; Newport New, VIRGINIA; and Fort Delaware for violating stated bounds, usually to answer the call of nature. Several Confederate prisoners were shot or bayoneted to death while in the very act of relieving themselves.

The arctic weather led to additional suffering. Another punishment was to make the men pull down their pants and sit, with nothin under them, on the snow and frozen ground. I have know men to be kept sitting until you could see their prints of some days after in the snow and ice. When the [guards] got weary of this they commenced whipping, making the men lay on a barrel, and using their belts, which had a leather clasp with a sharp edge, cutting through the skin.

A prisoner swore that when the men who were being punished this way attempted to sit on their coattails they were cruelly kicked in the back by the guards and forced to sit longer on their bare bones. Prisoners were forced to stand in the snow for hours without moving, and guards checked footprints to see if they had moved. Those who did received lashes. Some prisoners who arrived in the bitter cold weather lost toes, fingers and ears. One improvised two wooden pegs as substitutes for feet and hobbled around surprisingly well.

The mildest cruelty took the form of random firing into the barracks to disturb the prisoners sleep, shooting prisoners who moved too slowly, or hanging them by their feet to encourage them to take the oath to the United States. The more common severe tortures included Areaching for the grub, bending over without bending the knees for several hours, causing blood to gush from the prisoners nose and protruding eyeballs almost bursting from their sockets with pain, or being lashed a hundred times with the metal buckle end of a belt. ASolitary confinement meant being squeezed into a ten foot square room with twenty others, with only a ten-inch window for ventilation.

A fearsome animal came to Prison Square on June 28, 1864. The Yanks have fixed a frame near the gate (to Prison Square) with a scantling piece of timber across it, edge up, and about four feet from the ground, which they make our men ride whenever the men do anything that does not please them. It is called The Mule. Men have sat on it till they fainted and fell off. It is like riding a sharp top fence. The mule could be made more painful by adding weights. Sometimes the Yanks would laugh and say, I will give you a pair of spurs which was a bucket of sand tied to each foot. Other prisoners confirmed that men had to ride the mule in the worst winter weather. By 1865 it had grown to 15 feet tall and required a ladder to mount. There was a mule for the garrison in White Oak Square, except there it was called the horse.

A SERIOUS FLAW IN THE RECORD OF CAMP DOUGLAS WAS IN COUNTING (OR MISCOUNTING) THE DEAD

From February 1862, till all the Soldiers had left there, nearly all of the Medical Colleges in the northwest were supplied with the bodies stolen from the dead buried at the city cemetery and the appearance of the graves gives evidence of the truth of this statement.

On June 9, 1862, a difference between the Chicago Tribune and Official Records was reported, with 1,480 men unaccounted for according to the Tribune. One of the reasons was that some deaths were unreported. On July, 1862, commandant Tucker, in taking command of Camp Douglas, reported, there is scarcely a record left at camp and it will be difficult to ascertain what prisoners have been at the camp or what has become of them.

By March 31, 1863, mortality was again out of control, and diseases claimed 706 prisoners. If true, the toll in two months was only 277 short of the 1862 record. Suspiciously, there are not Camp Douglas returns in the official records for March 1863. The Tribune appears to have counted the dead carefully and indicated that the toll could have been upwards of 700.

Unfortunately, record keeping was atrocious. It seems that in the period from February, 1862, to April, 1863, about 728 Confederates were missing. This in not the worst of it. If 700 died in early 1863, as the Tribune and some historians of the period believed, the superintendent should have found 1,636 graves. Various explanations were put forward for this discrepancy. The bodies were being washed into the lake, according to the Tribune, toward the water one mile south. The cemetery was also a favorite hunting ground for grave robbers. Another explanation is that the dead were dumped into unmarked gave and soon lost in the swampy soil. By 1864 about 2,235 prisoners had lost their lives since the prison opened according to the Official Records. This may be 967 short of the true figure at the time, based on the Tribune's figures.

There were 23,637 cases of sickness in 1864, according to the study made at the time. This is more than three times the number shown in official records for the entire 700 days at Camp Douglas; August 1863 to August 1865.

Since they were not reporting to Washington, the number is sick in the Barracks, a lack of reporting deaths would certainly follow. According to the History of Camp Douglas, close to 12,000 prisoners had suffered through the bitter winter of 1862, and 1863 when temperatures fell below zero. From 1,400 to 1,700 lay dead but only 615 could be counted in the desolate graves far from camp. Between 700 and 1000 had disappeared.

On December 1, 1866, only 1,402 graves (of the earlier 2,968) could be identified. Very little care seems to have been taken in the interment of bodies. General A. Hoyt warned that close to 2000 bodies were now unaccounted for. Somehow Camp Douglas was exterminating the dead as well as the living.

THE CONFEDERATE BURIAL MOUND

Oak Woods Cemetery could have become the largest Confederate burial site outside of the South, but subsequent events made it impossible to learn the number buried there. The Oak Woods Cemetery simply buried whatever the Sullivans, (unqualified grave removers) brought in, and numbered the grave markers at Oak Woods according to City Cemetery records. These records cannot be verified because no Confederate burials were recorded with the City Clerk. Also the army failed to supervise, inspect or validate the removals. History had been blindfolded, and there is no way of knowing how many Confederates, or which ones, are at Oak Woods.

On September 1, 1880, General Bingham reported, many of the graves are sunken and many of the corner stakes are missing. There is evidences that one of the sections has been used as a roadway. The ground around these lots has been raised and improved which gives them the sunken appearance. The mound area was later filled in to the level of the rest of the cemetery.

Other than the modest obelisk on this mound, completed in 1893 by sympathizers from the South, from Chicago, and other parts of the North, there was nothing to distinguish this burial site. Thirty years later, bronze tablets were added with a partial list of the dead. About 100,000 sympathetic persons, including President Grover Cleveland, attended the dedication of the edifice on Memorial Day, 1895. Since that time, nothing has been done to memorialize these unfortunate Confederate prisoners of war, other than a small gathering of supporters each year on Memorial Day.

Camp Douglas has to be the North's best kept secret of the Civil War their Andersonville but a camp that must be identified with extreme cruelty and convenient record keeping of the dead.


Researched by:
C.B. Pritchett Jr.
Pritchett Ford
P.O. Box 200
Albany, Ga 31702-0200

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: FARMER

• Alt Birth: 17 Nov 1828, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Birth: 17 Nov 1828, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Birth: 17 Nov 1828, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Birth: 17 Feb 1829, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee.

• Census: 1850. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 306A #196

• Land: 4 Jan 1858, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased parcel # 1245 containing 159.5 acres from Martin Welty

• Census 1: 1860, Timber Ridge, Greene Co, TN. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 419 #736

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Henry Rader Age in 1860: 31 Birth Year: abt 1829 Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1860: District 25, Greene, Tennessee
Gender: Male Post Office: Timber Ridge
Henry Rader 31
Mary A Rader 30
Andrew Rader 7
Joel L Rader 5
Rubin Rader 3
Lafayett Rader 1
Lydia Bouras 15


• Military: Between 11 and 15 Mar 1862. Company "G" 59th. Regiment Tennessee Infantry (Cooke's)

• Military service 2: Between 27 Sep 1862 and 29 Jul 1864. 4th. Sergeant CO "i" 64th. North Carolina Infantry

• Military Service: Sep 1863, Cumberland Gap, Claiborne County, Tennessee. Henry Rader Regiment Name 64 North Carolina Infantry Side Confederate Company I Soldier's Rank_In Sergeant Soldier's Rank_Out Sergeant Film Number M230 roll 32
CONFEDERATE NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS

64th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry (Allen's)
64th Infantry Regiment, organized during the summer of 1862, was anticipated to be a legion containing thirteen companies, of infantry and three of cavalry. However, the command was reduced to ten companies and designated the 64th Regiment. Its members were from the counties of Madison, Henderson, and Polk. The unit served in North Carolina and Tennessee, then in July, 1863, was attached to General Gracie's Brigade and stationed at Cumberland Gap. Here most of the regiment was captured in September, but some did escape. The records show that 288 men of the 64th were prisoners at Camp Douglas. Continuing the fight with about 100 effectives, the unit served under Generals Breckinridge, Vaughn, and Williams in East Tennessee, then became part of Colonel J.B. Palmer's Brigade at Asheville in March, 1865. Later it disbanded near the French Broad River. Its commanders were Colonel Lawrence M. Allen, Lieutenant Colonels William N. Garrett and J.A. Keith, and Major Thomas P. Jones.

• Alt Death: 25 Jul 1864, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

• Alt Death: 29 Jul 1864, Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois.

• Alt Death: 29 Jul 1864, Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois.

• Alt Death: 29 Jul 1864, Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois. Rader, Henry SGT. co I 64th NC

Henry married Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 on 3 Oct 1850 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA.60 Mary was born on 15 Feb 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee,45,61 died on 7 Dec 1895 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee at age 64, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Mary was "Pollyan" Bowers.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt Marriage: 2 Oct 1850, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Marriage: 2 Oct 1850, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Marriage: 2 Oct 1850, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Marriage: 3 Oct 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Andrew J. 'Andy' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 1 Jul 1852 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 13 Mar 1937 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee at age 84, and was buried in Rader Cemetery, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee.

         ii.  Joel Leander 'Lee' Rader was born on 10 Aug 1854 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee, died on 23 Mar 1916 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 61, and was buried in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Joel was "Lee."

8       iii.  Reuben H. Rader 14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46 (born on 27 Oct 1856 in Dulaney, Greene, Tennessee, USA - died on 19 Jan 1932 in Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee)

         iv.  Lafayette M. 'Fate' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 was born on 5 Apr 1859 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee,45 died on 15 Jan 1937 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee at age 77, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

          v.  Mary Elizabeth 'Molly' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 was born on 23 Mar 1862 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee,45 died on 28 Aug 1934 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 72, and was buried in Pine Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

         vi.  Mary Rader was born about 1859 and died WFT Est 1860-1953 about age 1.


17. Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 daughter of Joel Bowers and Elizabeth Freshour, was born on 15 Feb 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee,45,61 died on 7 Dec 1895 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee at age 64, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Mary was "Pollyan" Bowers.

General Notes:
She continued to live in the log cabin home Henry bought
before going off to war. Her oldest son Andy built his home
across the street from her. She lived there until her death.
Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers was born on 15 Feb 1831 in Greene COUNTY, TENNESSEE She died on 7 Dec 1895 in Dulaney, Greene Co, TENNESSEE She was buried in Timber Ridge. She continued to live in the log cabin home Henry bought before going off to war. Her oldest son Andy built his home across the street from her. She lived there until her death.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 15 Feb 1830.

• Alt Birth: 15 Feb 1830.

• Alt Birth: 15 Feb 1830.

• Census: 1850. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PG.305B #195

• Census 1: 1860. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 419 #736

• Census 2: 1870. DISTRICT 23, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 266 LINE 4

• Census 3: 1880. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 77 LINE 18

• Census: 1880, District 25, Greene, Tennessee. Census Place: District 25, Greene, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255258 National Archives Film T9-1258 Page 77C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Mary A. RADER Self F W W 49 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ruben RADER Son M S W 23 TN
Occ: Carpenter Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lafayette RADER Son M S W 21 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. RADER Dau F S W 18 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha BAWERS Other F W 25 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jennie Mc. AMIS Other F S W 16 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

• Residence: 1880, District 25, Greene, Tennessee, United States. 45

Mary married Henry L. Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 on 3 Oct 1850 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA.60 Henry was born on 17 Feb 1829 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee, died on 25 Jul 1864 in Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois at age 35, and was buried in Chicago, Oak Woods Cem, , Illinois.

Mary next married someone.

Her children were:

          i.  Lafayette M. 'Fate' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 was born on 5 Apr 1859 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee,45 died on 15 Jan 1937 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee at age 77, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

         ii.  Mary Elizabeth 'Molly' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 was born on 23 Mar 1862 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee,45 died on 28 Aug 1934 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 72, and was buried in Pine Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.


18. Reverend John R. Hughs, son of James H. Hughes and Martha Roberts, was born on 7 May 1839 in , , Tennessee, USA, died on 13 May 1886 at age 47, and was buried in Oak Grove.61

General Notes: page 116 The Greenville Sun Centennial Edition Thursday, July 19, 1979. "A As a young boy he became a soldier and lost his right eye. He was county treseaurer and died while in office. Walk Through Greenville" ( The following article was written during the years of the 1920s, in diary form, by the late Dr. William Walter Harmon of 305 North Main Street. The article, which gives an in depth, personal view of the history of Greeneville, TN).. 3 rd page page 130 300 North Main Street - Present Home of Lindon Boswell. The next house below the McIntruff home of today was once the dwelling of the Rev. John Hughes. He had two sons, Eaton and Dick, and two daughters, Annie and Mattie, who married a Mr. Rader. THE HUGHES FAMILY, James H. Hughes. Died, 18 Feb 1867. He was born in Wales but was educated in the best schools in England. He came to America and made his home in Lynchburg, VA. He was a first cousin of William Henry Harrison, former president of the United States. He died during the tough times following the civil war. He married Martha Roberts. Born in North Carolina. Died, 6 Dec 1875. Her parents came from Ireland and they owned slaves. These slaves were traded for their farm in East Tennessee. Only Child: John R. Hughs. SECOND GENERATION John R. Hughs Born, 7 May 1839. Died, 13 May 1886. Burial in Oak Grove. Occupation: Rev. As a young boy he became a soldier and lost his right eye. He was county treasurer and died while in office. 300 North Main Street - Present Home of Lindon Boswell. The next house below the McIntruff home of today was once the dwelling of the Rev. John Hughes. He had two sons, Eaton and Dick, and two daughters, Annie and Mattie, who married a Mr. Rader. He married Susanna M. Scarborough, daughter of J. L. Scarborough and Francis Scarborough, 12 Nov 1867. Born, 12 May 1845. The anti-liquor "Crusaders" camp was located on E. Summer St., in 1874. Members of the anti-liquor forces gathered at the old saloon building to work against the forces of alcohol. Mrs. John R. Hughes was a member of this group. Children: Martha Francis Hughes, Richard Lincoln Hughes, James Lupton Eaton Hughes. Born, 2 Sep 1867. Died, 24 May 1914. He married Sallie R. Carter, 4 Jul 1886. Anna Carolin Hughes. Born, 26 Apr 1870. Stephen Merrill Hughes. Born, 7 Oct 1877. Died, 1886 (??). Burial in Oak Grove. THIRD GENERATION 1. Martha Francis Hughes (John R., 2). Born, 5 May 1863, in Baileyton. Died, 3 Mar 1923, in Lynnhurst Cem, Knox, Tn. She married Rheuben H. Rader, son of Henry Rader and Mary Ann "pollyan" Bowers, 4 Nov 1886, in Green County, Tn. Born, 27 Oct 1856, in Dulaney, Greene, Tn. Died, 19 Jan 1932, in Knox, Tn. Burial in Lynnhurst Cem. 2. Richard Lincoln Hughes (John R., 2). Born, 28 Aug 1865. Children: Annie Sue Hughes. Born, 4 Sep 1898. John Rufus Hughes. Born, 24 Dec 1899. Richard Merrill Hughes. Born, 11 Feb 1904.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1880, Greene County, Tennessee. Census Place: District 15, Greene, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255258 National Archives Film T9-1258 Page 225C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John R. HUGHS Self M M W 41 TN
Occ: Minister Of Gospel Fa: VA Mo: NC
Susannah HUGHS Wife F M W 35 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Martha F. HUGHS Dau F S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Richard L. HUGHS Son M S W 15 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
James L. E. HUGHS Son M S W 12 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Annie C. HUGHS Dau F S W 10 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Stephen M. HUGHS Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Hannah MOORE Other F S W 50 TN
Occ: Domestic Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

John married Susanna M. Scarborough 62,63 on 12 Nov 1867. Susanna was born on 12 May 1845 in Anderson County, TN. Another name for Susanna was Susanna Scarbrough.

Children from this marriage were:

9         i.  Martha "Mattie" Frances Hughes 14,17,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 (born on 5 May 1863 in Baileyton, Greene, Tennessee, USA - died on 3 Mar 1923 in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville. Knox County, Tennessee)

         ii.  Richard Lincoln Hughes was born on 28 Aug 1865.

        iii.  James Lupton Eaton Hughes was born on 2 Sep 1867 and died on 24 May 1914 at age 46.

         iv.  Anna Carolin Hughes was born on 26 Apr 1870.

          v.  Stephen Merrill Hughes was born on 7 Oct 1877, died in 1886 at age 9, and was buried in Oak Grove.61


19. Susanna M. Scarborough,62,63 daughter of Jonathan Lupton Scarborough and Frances E Davis, was born on 12 May 1845 in Anderson County, TN. Another name for Susanna was Susanna Scarbrough.

General Notes:
Live in Greeneville Tennessee during her live was
described in the
The anti-liquor "Crusaders" camp was located on E. Summer
St., in 1874. Members of the anti-liquor forces gathered at the
old saloon building to work against the forces of alcohol.
Mrs. John R. Hughes was a member of this group.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1 Jun 1900, Greene County, Tennessee. Ruben Rader found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1900
Lived in: 23 District, Greene County, Tennessee
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1573 Book: 2 Page: 322

235 322 ED 52 sheet 11 A Holston Symtecmb College 1 Jun 1900

Rader, Ruben Head W M Oct 1856 43 M 14
Mattie W F May 1863 36 M 14 5 5
Guy H W M Aug 1887 12 S
Lois V W F Sept 1889 10 S all Tennessee
Ray B. W M July 1892 7 S
Rosell m W M Apr 1897 3 S
Boneto w f Apr 1899 1 S

Hughes, Sue M Head W F May 1845 55 5 4 Tn Tn Tn
23 District, Greene County, Tennessee

Susanna married Reverend John R. Hughs on 12 Nov 1867. John was born on 7 May 1839 in , , Tennessee, USA, died on 13 May 1886 at age 47, and was buried in Oak Grove.61

20. John W. Duff,14 son of Jacob Nelson Duff and Mahala Carson, was born about 1829 in Monroe Co., Tennessee and died on 16 Feb 1910 about age 81.

General Notes: A summons served on John W. DUFF in Polk Co., TN dated May 1858 and a summons served to Nancy (DUFF) McGHEE and husband Hamilton, May 1858 in Benton Co., TN. These summons were in regards to their grandfather's, John DUFF Jr., estate settlement proceedings.
In Monroe Co., TN Circuit Court. May 1839, file 493, Mahala DUFF by her next friend Thomas HENDERSON dismisses petition for divorce from Nelson DUFF.

Bonnie Duff-Neal Smith, 6778 Edmonton Ave., San Diego, CA 92122. Bonnie has sent me information on two more children born to Jacob Nelson and Mahala (?) DUFF. William Henry DUFF born Jan. 13, 1835 from whom she descends. And, Jane Arabella DUFF born about 1836 in TN married in Montgomery Co., TN. These two children were living with Mahala but Jacob is not living with her in Lyon Co., KY in 1856.

John married Mary Margaret 14 in 1853 in Tennessee, United States. Mary was born about 1828.

Children from this marriage were:

10        i.  Thomas Parker Duff 14,50,51,52,53,54,55 (born on 18 Dec 1853 in TN - died on 14 Mar 1923 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, USA)

         ii.  Calvin Taylor Duff 14 was born about 1856.

        iii.  Margaret Frances Duff 14 was born on 24 Dec 1857.

         iv.  Nancy Duff 14 was born about 1859 in Tennessee, United States.

          v.  Mary J. Duff 14 was born about 1861 in Tennessee, United States.

         vi.  Harriett M. Duff 14 was born about 1863 in Tennessee, United States.


21. Mary Margaret 14 was born about 1828.

Mary married John W. Duff 14 in 1853 in Tennessee, United States. John was born about 1829 in Monroe Co., Tennessee and died on 16 Feb 1910 about age 81.

22. John A. Mc Gehee,14,64 son of Banks McGehee and Clara Curry, was born in 1823 in Tennessee, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1825, Tennessee, United States. 64

• Alt. Birth: 1825, Tennessee, United States.

• Residence: 1880, Henderson, Rusk, Texas, United States. 64

John married Sally Boyce Harris 14 on 14 Jan 1851 in Granville, North Carolina, United States. Sally was born in 1835 in Granville, North Carolina, United States.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann McGehee 14 was born in 1829.

         ii.  Frances McGehee 14 was born in 1836.

        iii.  Henry McGehee 14 was born in 1838.

         iv.  Vandelia McGehee 14 was born in 1851 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

          v.  Nathan McGehee 14 was born in 1855 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

         vi.  Jeremiah McGehee 14 was born in 1856 in North Carolina, United States.

        vii.  Jerry McGehee 14 was born in 1856 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

       viii.  Hixie McGehee 14 was born in 1858 and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

         ix.  Ricksey McGehee 14 was born in 1858 in North Carolina, United States.

          x.  Mary McGehee 14 was born in 1860 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

         xi.  Julia McGehee 14 was born in 1862 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

        xii.  Geneva McGehee 14 was born in 1864 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

       xiii.  John McGehee 14 was born in 1868 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

John next married Amsy Ainsy Woods 14,64 on 26 Jan 1852 in Blount, Tennessee, United States. Amsy was born in 1826 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.64

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Margaret E McGhee 14 was born on 2 May 1847 in Tennessee, United States and died on 8 Jan 1916 in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, United States at age 68.

11       ii.  Mary Jane Mcghee 14,50,56 (born on 17 Sep 1852 in Tennessee - died on 8 Jan 1930 in Knoxville, Knox Co, TN)

        iii.  Mary T McGhee 14 was born in 1853 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1890 at age 37.

         iv.  Nancy A McGhee 14 was born in 1854 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.

          v.  Alexander McGhee 14 was born in 1856 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.

         vi.  Alexander McGhee 14 was born on 20 Dec 1856 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1889 in Campbell, Tennessee, United States at age 33.

        vii.  John C McGhee 14 was born in 1858 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1889 in Campbell, Tennessee, United States at age 31.

       viii.  Alice Mc Gehee 64 was born about 1859 in Texas.64

         ix.  Joseph R. Mc Gehee 64 was born about 1860 in Texas.64


23. Amsy Ainsy Woods,14,64 daughter of John Woods and Margaret Hammontree, was born in 1826 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.64

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 1880, Henderson, Rusk, Texas, United States. 64

Amsy married John A. Mc Gehee 14,64 on 26 Jan 1852 in Blount, Tennessee, United States. John was born in 1823 in Tennessee, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

24. George W. Stevenson, son of Samuel Stevenson and Mary Ann Fry, was born about 1828 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA65 and died on 22 Feb 1905 in Skagit valley, WA about age 77.

General Notes: George W. and Emiline (Hamilton) Stevenson. It states The father a Kentuckyian moved to Illinois in the early 1850s. until 1874 when he removed to Washington territory and his claim lay near Snohomish City - then later he removed to Fidalgo Island among the San Juan Islands nearby .
CHARLES W. STEVENSON, deputy sheriff of Skagit county under Sheriff Harmon, has been a resident of the Puget sound country since he was but twelve years of age, and has taken an important part in the development of the community in which his lot has been cast. He was born September 20, 1862, in Cass County, Illinois, his parents being George W. and Emiline (Hamilton) Stevenson. The father, a Kentuckian, removed to Illinois in the early fifties and there followed farming until 1874, whe he immigrated to Washington territory, becoming one of Snohomish county's early settlers, resided twelve years at the end of which period he sold out and removed to Fidalgo island. There he died in 1894 at the age of sixty-four years. Mrs. Stevenson was a native of Illinois and passed away in that state. Charles W., the sixth of a family of nine children, worked on the farm in Snohomish county during his boyhood and attended its pioneer schools, obtaining as good an education as was possible under the circumstances. When he was nineteen years of age his father commenced paying him wages. He remained at home until twenty-seven, then rented a place and cultivated it a year, thereupon going to Anacortes, where he and Lance Burdon opened a feed store and boat house. A little later he withdrew from the business which was shortly afterward removed to Everett.
Mr. Stevenson soon sold his interest and entered the logging camps of Skagit county. In 1893 he returned to Anacortes to accept an appointment as city marshal, which position he followed. The winter of 1898 he spent at Skagaway, Alaska, in the gold fields, but returned to Seattle in the spring of 1899 and was there employed until the spring of 1900, when he again visited Alaska, going to Cape Nome. In the fall he came back to Washington, and he was engaged in the lumber industry continuously thereafter until March, 1905, when he accepted the deputy marshalship of Anacortes tendered him by Mayor Odlin. A month later he resigned to take the more responsible position that he is now so acceptably filling.
At Victoria, British Columbia, in 1893, Miss Nellie Dodds became the wife of Mr. Stevenson. Her parents died when she was an infant, after which she was reared by an uncle. She and Mr. Stevenson have one son, Lea L. born in Anacortes September 19, 1895. Mr. Stevenson is affiliated with the Knights of Pythias, and in politics is a Republican. His record as an officer is a highly creditable one, and in all the affairs of life his bearing as a man and member of societgy has been such as tgo win him the esteem of those with whom he has been accociated.

Ref.Hist of Skagit and Snohomish Counties, Washington 1906 pp. 514, 515

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1870, Ashland, Cass, IL. 1870 Ashland, Cass, IL
Geo W Stevenson abt 1826 Kentucky White Male
Emaline Stevenson abt 1834 Indiana White Female
Sarah Stevenson abt 1849 Illinois White Female
John T Stevenson abt 1855 Illinois White Male
William P Stevenson abt 1858 Illinois White Male
George W Stevenson abt 1861 Illinois White Male
Charles W Stevenson abt 1863 Illinois White Female
Susan E Stevenson abt 1865 Illinois White Female
May M Stevenson abt 1868 Illinois White Female

• Census: 1880, Snohomish, Washington. Census Place:Township 28, Snohomish, Washington
Source:FHL Film 1255397 National Archives Film T9-1397 Page 36B
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Geo. W STEVENSONSelfMMW54KENTUCKY
Occ:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA
Mary B STEVENSONWifeFMW44VIRGINIA
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: VA.Mo: VA.
Geo. W. STEVENSONSonMSW19ILLINOIS
Occ:Works On FarmFa: KY.Mo: VA.
Chas. W STEVENSONSonMSW17ILLINOIS
Occ:Works On FarmFa: KYMo: VA
M. M STEVENSONDauFSW12ILLINOIS
Occ:At HomeFa: KYMo: VA.
Albert D STEVENSONSonMSW10ILLINOIS
Fa: KYMo: VA.

• Census: 1883, WA. Stevenson J age 58 married farmer born in Kentucky lived
with his wife Mary, age 48, born in virginia. His oldest 3
children still at home were born in Iowa (John age 28 merchant,
Wm age 25 Lunberman, and Geo age 22) His next 4 children were
born in Illinois (Chas. age 20, Emma age 18, Linna age 16,
Alfred age 13)

• Alt Death: 1894, Fidalgo island.

George married Mary B. before 1854 in IA. Mary was born about 1835 in VA.66

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Stevenson was born in 1858 in Iowa.

12       ii.  John Thomas Stevenson (born on 8 Jul 1854 in Cass County IL - died on 23 Jan 1934 in Sedro-Woolley, Skagit, Washington)

        iii.  George W. Stevenson was born about 1860 in Iowa.65

         iv.  Charles W. Stevenson was born on 20 Sep 1862 in Cass County IL.

          v.  Emma Stevenson was born in 1865 in Illinois.

         vi.  Linna Stevenson was born in 1867 in Illinois.

        vii.  Alfred Stevenson was born in 1870 in Illinois.

       viii.  M. M. Stevenson was born in 1868 in Illinois.

         ix.  Albert D. Stevenson was born in 1870 in Illinois.

George next married Emiline Hamilton.

General Notes: . Mrs. Stevenson was a native of Illinois and passed away in that state.

George next married Nellie Dodds in 1893 in Victoria, British Columbia.


25. Mary B. was born about 1835 in VA.66

Mary married George W. Stevenson before 1854 in IA. George was born about 1828 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA65 and died on 22 Feb 1905 in Skagit valley, WA about age 77.


26. Andrew J Mc Ilvaine 67 was born on 14 Oct 1828 in Chambersburg, PA. and died on 29 Jan 1907 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA at age 78.

Death Notes: Obituaries
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From Los Angeles California Paper

Daggett scrapbook V2 pg 39
Jan 30, 1907
WAS AN ORGANIZER OF PONY EXPRESS

LOS ANGELES, January 30, -- Andrew J. McIlvain, one of the organizers of the pony express during the early days of California, died yesterday at the home of his daughter in this city. He was 79 years of age. McIlvain removed to San Jose in 1869. He planned the Hotel Vendome in San Jose, and other large structures in San Francisco, among them the Phelan block.

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PONY EXPRESS HE ORGANIZED.
Los Angeles Times (1886-Current File); Jan 30, 1907; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Los Angeles Times pg. II1

DEATH TAKES AWAY FIGURE OF THE EARLY DAYS

San Francisco Disaster Leads to the End of Man Who helped Build the Northern Metropolis - Mcilvain. fifty-nine Years an Odd Fellow Passes here

Andrew J. McIlvain, one of the organizers of the pony express during the early days of California, died yesterday morning. He passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs William Barker, No 324 California Street.

He came to California in 1853, and had lived here since. His death is traceable to the hardships he suffered after the San Francisco earthquake. He was aged 79 years.
From his birthplace in Chambersburg, Pa., Soon after his journey across the plains he became interested in the organization of the famous mail service. He was well known by the intrepid men who rode the bronco mail carriers from town to town, and his enthusiasm did much to perfect the unique system.
From Sierra county he removed to San Jose in 1869. There he became well known as an architect and builder. He planned the Hotel Vendome and several other buildings in San Jose. He built the Phelan block and other large structures in San Francisco. Two years ago he removed from San Jose to San Francisco where he had acquired considerable property.
When the holocaust swept over the northern metropolis the holdings of McIlvain were swept away in a day. From a comfortable fortune, represented in several brick blocks, he had left only a pile of ruins.
Trampling with the fugitives who went to Golden Gate Park, McIlvain seriously sprained his ankle. He suffered much discomfort from exposure and contracted a severe cold. A few months after the catastrophe he came to Los Angeles. He never recovered from his experience.
An interesting event in the life of McIlvain was the celebration of his seventy-ninth birthday in this city on October 14, together with the thirtieth anniversary of the wedding of his daughter, Mrs. Barker. Many Angelenios who had known the pioneer in the early days were there.
McIlvain was a member of the Methodist Church, and was a prominent Odd Fellow, having been in the order for fifty-nine years. He was also a member of the Santa Clara County Pioneers' Society. Among the early settlers of California he was well known. He lived for many years in Nevada City.
McIlvain had retired from business twenty-six years ago. four years after his wife died. His niece, Frances McIlvain had been with him for the past seventeen years. He was, until his last ilness, always in robust health.
He leaves six children - George T., William M., and Andrew J., of San Francisco: Margaret E Barker of Los Angeles, Nellie S McIlvain of Washington and Ida M. McIlvain of San Jose.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock at the undertaking parlors of overholtzer & Mills. Rev. Will A. Knighten will officiate. The remains will be cremated.

From San Jose mercury Thursday morning Jan 31, 1907
FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES IN SOUTHERN CITY
A. J. McIlvain Dies in Los Angeles From Hardships Suffered in San Francisco Fire
[San Jose]
Andrew J. McIlvain a former contractor of San Jose died Tuesday at the home of his daughter in Los Angeles. His death is attributed to hardships he suffered after the San Francisco fire.
Mr. McIlvain came to San Jose in 1869 and was employed by Jacob Lenzen in the construction of the Vendome hotel and other large builsings in this city.
He was well and favorably known in this community and his death is greatly regretted by his old time friends and Aquaintances.

General Notes: Gold was discovered in California in January of 1848
California became a state in 1850
Nevada city was part of Yuba county beginning in Feb of 1850
In 1850 all of the lots on Spring street were occupied
Nevada county was formed in 1851
There were several fires which totally destroyed Nevada City including one in 1858 which wiped out the courthouse records

It is probably that he was the original owner of the lot on Spring St in Nevada City California because there is no recorded land transaction for him it the existing records, yet was paying taxes on the land

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 1837, PA.

• Census: 1850, South Buffalo, Armstrong Pennsylvania. 1850 U.S. Census - Pennsylvania South Buffalo pg 211
John Wray 39 m
Mary Wray 47 f
Andrew McIlvain 10 m too young, not him?
Neomas 7 m
Martha Campbell 78 F

• Census: 7 Jul 1860, Nevada Twp, Nevada County, CA. MCILVAIN, A. J.
State:CAYear:1860
County:Nevada CountyRecord Type:Federal Population Schedule
Township:Nevada TownshipPage:288
Database:CA 1860 Federal Census Index
A. J. MCILVAIN 23 M Carpenter PA
JM 23 F KY
G. O. 4 M Cal
Marg 2 F Cal

• resided: 1861, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. City directory shows A.J. McIlvain as a Carpenter on Broad Street

• Tax list: 1865, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. McElvail, A.J. house and lot on west side of Spring St.

• Tax list: 1866, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. McIvain, A. J House on west side of spring street ady lot of P. Henry One Male Dog

• resided: 1867, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. Beans directory lists him as Carpenter on Spring street

• resided: NEVADA TOWNSHIP DIRECTORY,, 1 Jan 1867, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. McIlvaine A. J. carpenter, Spring st

• Voter Registration: 1868, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. He voted

• Tax list: 1868, Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. McIlvain, A.J. House and lot on south side of spring st bounded on east by McCauley

• resided: 1869, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA.

• Census: Jul 1870, Santa Clara, San Jose, CA. CA SANTA CLARA 1-WD SAN JOSE 1870 Series: M593 Roll: 88 Page: 237
city of San Jose
MCILVAINE ANDREW 42 M W PA
James 35 F W keeping house Indianna
George I 13 M W CA
Elizabeth 11 F w CA
Nellie S 9 F W CA
William 5 M W CA
Andrew 2 M W CA

• Residence: 1871-1872, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. McIlvain, Andrew J., carpenter, 459 Third, San Jose

• Census: 1880, College Of Notre Dame, San Jose, Santa Clara, California. Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Andrew J. MCILVAIN Self M Male W 52 PA Carpenter MD PA
Lucy A. MCILVAIN Wife M Female W 49 MA Keeping House ME MA
William N. MCILVAIN Son S Male W 15 CA Fruit Canner PA IL
Andrew J. MCILVAIN Son S Male W 11 CA At School PA IL
Ida M. MCILVAIN Dau S Female W 9 CA PA IL
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Source Information:
Census Place College Of Notre Dame, San Jose, Santa Clara, California
Family History Library Film 1254081
NA Film Number T9-0081
Page Number 41B

• Census: 9 Aug 1880, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. Great Register of voters

Andrew Jack McIlvain born NV age 21 8 apr 1889
Andrew Jackson McIlvain born PA age 52
George Turner McIlvain born CA age 29 22 sep 1886

• Residence: 1882-1883, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. McIlvain, A. J., contractor and builder, res 120 sixth

• Residence: 1887, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. McIlvain Andrew J, contractor, res 405 North Third
McIlvain Andrew J Jr. carpenter, res 405 North Third
McIlvain William N, carpenter, res 405 North Third

• Residence: 1893, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. McIlvain Andrew J, contractor and builder, SW cor Minor and Brown aves, res same
McIlvain, Frances Miss, res SW cor Minor and Brown aves
McIlvain Wm N, carpenter, removed to Bolder Creek, CA

• Residence: 1894, San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA. McIlbain Geo, carpenter, r 215 S 4th
McIlbain Wm, carpenter, r 215 S 4th
McIlvain Andrew J, r Minor av SW cor Brown av
McIlvain Frances Miss, r Minor av SW cor Brown av
McIlvain Ida M Miss, r Minor av SW cor Brown av

• Census: 18 Jun 1900, San Jose Twp, Santa Clara, CA. 609 Minor Ave. California, Santa Clara County, Roll 110 Book 2, Page 247
McIlvain, Andrew head Oct 1827 72 PA PA PA
Frances niece Dec 1850 49 OH PA WV

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 8 Nov 1900, san Francisco, County, California. 68 San Francisco County > 1900 > Roll 1 > 162

Name age residence floor room Affadavit
Mcilvain, Andrew Jackson 32 517 1/2 Jessie 2 M 170

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1907, San Francisco co, california. number Name Age Occupation Party residence
of affiliation
affadavit
9 McIlvain, William N 42 Carpenter Republican 3923 Sacramento 2 F
10 McIlvain, Andrew J 39 Carpenter decluned 3923 Sacramento 2


San Francisco County 1907 621

• California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968: 1914, San Francisco, CA.

McIlvain, Andrew J. Carpenter 1212A Turk U L

Andrew married Jane Norman on 4 Mar 1854 in Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. Jane was born in 1835 in Indianna and died about 1877 about age 42. Another name for Jane was James Norman.

Marriage Notes: MCILVAIN, A.J. to Miss JANE NORMAN (both of Missouri) by Rev J.R. Tansey (NJ)
from "Nevada Co. Grooms 1850-1860"

March 10, 1854 Nevada Journal, Nevada city, CA
MARREID - On the 2dinst. by Rev J. R. Tansey Mr A. J. McIlvain to Miss Jane daughter of Wm Norman Esq all formerly of Liberty, Clay county, Missouri

Marriages and Deaths in Califorinia.; MARRIED. DIED.
April 10, 1854, Wednesday
In Nevada, March 4, by Rev. j.R. Tansey, Mr A.J. McIlvain to Miss Jane daughter of Wm. Norman, all formerly of Liberty, Clay County, MO

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  George Mc Ilvaine was born in 1857 in CA.

         ii.  Margaret E. Mc Ilvaine was born about 1857 in California.69 Another name for Margaret was Margaret E. McIlvain.

        iii.  Elizabeth Mc Ilvaine was born in 1859 in CA.

13       iv.  Nellie S. Mc Ilvaine (born in 1861 in CA - died on 31 Jul 1954 in LA)

          v.  William NORMAN Mc Ilvaine was born on 9 Jan 1865 in Nevada City, Nevada, CA and died on 31 Aug 1942 in San Francisco, San Francisco, CA at age 77.

         vi.  Andrew Jackson Mc Ilvaine was born in 1868 in CA.

        vii.  Ida M. Mc Ilvaine was born in 1871 in CA.

Andrew next married Lucy A Wiggin in 1880.70 Lucy was born in 1831 in Mass..

Marriage Notes: 3. (Surnames from Wiedersheim, Marie ) "San Francisco Call" Newspaper Vital Records for 1869-1899 <http://www.cefha.org/usa/ca/sf/sfcall/6999/6999-733.html> http://www.cefha.org/usa/ca/sf/sfcall/6999/6999-733.html - 30KB - 03 May 2005
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4. (Surnames from McGrevy, Thomas ) "San Francisco Call" Newspaper Vital Records for 1869-1899 <http://www.cefha.org/usa/ca/sf/sfcall/6999/6999-457.html> http://www.cefha.org/usa/ca/sf/sfcall/6999/6999-457.html - 30KB - 03 May 2005
Excerpt: in 1893 to taylor frank b 1893m 2029 mcilroy r h capt married in 1884 to williams mary 1884m 3068 mcilvain a j married in 1880 to wiggin lucy a 1880m 2801 mcilwain agnes married in 1873 to willey john m d...


27. Jane Norman, daughter of William Norman and Margarett, was born in 1835 in Indianna and died about 1877 about age 42. Another name for Jane was James Norman.

Jane married Andrew J Mc Ilvaine 67 on 4 Mar 1854 in Nevada City, Nevada Co, CA. Andrew was born on 14 Oct 1828 in Chambersburg, PA. and died on 29 Jan 1907 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA at age 78.

28. John Valentine, son of Abraham Valentine and Anne Woodward, was born on 17 Sep 1817 in Buffalo, Erie County, NY and died on 30 May 1875 in La Crosse, WI at age 57.

General Notes: John Valentine was a very early settler in Jackson County and a partner of Andrew Sheppard for over twenty-five years. They both lived in the ghost town of Boomville, which was in the vicinity of the area of the present day Rustic Mill Supper Club. After the death of his 1st wife, Chloe Gaffin, he moved to the Fifth Ward in La Crosse, Wisconsin and built the first frame house in that vicinity. In 1851, he built the mill later known as The Packet Company Mill. While working there in sawing lath bolts, he was struck by one of the sawed pieces and injured severely. The accident took place on a Friday. He was taken to his home and medical aid was summoned, but the injury proved to be fatal and on Sunday, he died. Both he and his son, Horace, lost their lives in that mill. He was a Mason since 1862 and his funeral took place at the Baptist Church. All of the mills in the Fifth Ward shut down and the funeral attendance was very large. John is buried at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Lot #518, Section 21. His 2nd wife, Chloe is also buried here and his son, Ellis.

John married Chloe Elizabeth Marr on 12 Oct 1856 in La Crosse, WI. Chloe was born on 24 Sep 1832 in Hope, Ontario Co, NY and died on 12 Oct 1897 in La Crosse, WI at age 65. Another name for Chloe was Chloe Randall.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Flavius Lester Valentine was born on 30 Jul 1857 in La Cross, WI and died on 7 Jun 1952 in La Cross, WI at age 94.

         ii.  Syrena Valentine was born on 30 Jul 1859 and died on 6 Sep 1893 at age 34.

        iii.  Eice 'Elice' L. Valentine was born on 30 Apr 1861 in Campbell Town, La Crosse, WI and died on 27 Aug 1888 in La Cross, WI at age 27. Another name for Eice was Ellis Lewis Valentine.

         iv.  Laura Oliva Valentine was born on 30 Apr 1861 in La Cross, WI and died on 13 May 1945 in La Cross, WI at age 84.

14        v.  Byron Howard Valentine (born on 23 Oct 1863 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI - died on 8 Apr 1946 in Seattle, King Co, WA)

         vi.  Elura D. Valentine was born on 23 Oct 1862 in Wisconsin and died on 14 May 1945 in Wisconsin at age 82.

John next married Chloe Ann Gaffin on 25 Jun 1845 in Ogle County, IL. Chloe was born on 10 Jun 1819 in Fr. Canada and died on 24 Jan 1854 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI at age 34.

General Notes: Chloe and her husband, John, lived in the town of Boomville which is now a ghost town. She is buried in what was at one time, quite a large cemetery there. The stones were never cared for in later years and when new roads were built, they took no care in preserving the historic site. In 1991, while recording the inscriptions of all the cemeteries in Jackson County, our group persuaded the Town of Albion to place a fence around the broken pieces of Chloe's stone. More than likely, her twin boys are also buried here, although there is no trace of their stone.

More About CHLOE ANN GAFFIN:

Burial: Boomville Cemetery

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 10 Jun 1818.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Horace Valentine was born on 4 Mar 1846 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI and died on 24 Apr 1857 in La Crosse, WI at age 11.

         ii.  Harriet Valentine was born on 11 May 1849 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI and died on 3 Aug 1908 in West Salen, La Crosse, WI at age 59.

        iii.  Albert Valentine was born on 22 Feb 1853 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI and died on 23 Oct 1857 in La Cross, WI at age 4.

         iv.  George Valentine was born on 22 Feb 1853 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI and died on 5 Sep 1853 in Boomville, Jackson Co, WI.


29. Chloe Elizabeth Marr, daughter of William Howard Marr and Phebe Merril, was born on 24 Sep 1832 in Hope, Ontario Co, NY and died on 12 Oct 1897 in La Crosse, WI at age 65. Another name for Chloe was Chloe Randall.

Death Notes: Mrs John Valentine died at her home 1733 Kane St Oct 12, 1897 at 12:45 am at the age of 65 years and 20 days. Chloe Ann Marr was born Sept. 22, 1832 at Percy, Canada and came to LaCrosse in 1856. At this time La Crosse was a small city, the Milwaukee Road had just come into the city, not having a depot, there was no bridge crossing La Crosse river and she was obliged to cross it on what was known then as an oar stern with W.R. Sill assisting her. Soon after she became the wife of John Valentine a member of the firm of Shepherd & Valentine who conducted an extensive lumbering business having a mill in North La Crosse being the main part of what was known as the old Davidson mill at the foot of St James St. and one at Black River Falls.
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General Notes: Obituary

Mrs John Valentine died at her home 1733 Kane St. Oct 12, 1897 at 12:45 a.m. at the age of 65 years and 20 days. Chloe Ann Marr was born Sept. 22, 1832 at Percy, Canada and came to La Crosse in 1856. At this time La Crosse was a small city, the Milwaukee Road had just come into the city, not having a depot, there was no bridge crossing La Crosse river and she was obliged to cross it on what was known then as an oar stern with W. R. sill assisting her. Soon after she bacame the wife of John Valentine a member of the firm of Shepherd & Valentine who conducted an extensive lumbering business having a mill in North La Crosse being the main part of what was known as the old Davidson mill at the foot of St. James St. and one at Black River Falls.

She had four children born to her, Flavius, Ellis, Lulu, and Byron, all survive her except Ellis who died 10 years ago. The old Valentine homestear, perhaps yet, lives in the minds of those who were here at the time which is located on the corner of Mill and Wall Sts. The old house was framed at Black River Falls, brought down on a string of logs and set up on its location where it stood for at least 30 years, until the Burlington Road came in and purchased the location for a depot, moved the main part to Grand Crossing which is now used for a paint shop. The smaller part is now located on Wood St, in block 150 and is owned or occupied by Mr. Fradine.

Mrs Valentine has been an invalid practically her natural life. For the last 23 years has been solely aflicted with eczema in its worst form, together with a broken hip caused by slipping on the ice this happened about 14 years ago. Now her suffering is over.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 24 Sep 1833.

• Census: 1880, Campbell, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Census Place: Campbell, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Source: FHL Film 1255432 National Archives Film T9-1432 Page 357D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Chloe VALENTINE Self F W W 47 CAN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
Flavius VALENTINE Other M S W 29 WI
Occ: Works In Saw Mill Fa: NY Mo: CAN
Eice L. VALENTINE Other M S W 19 WI
Occ: Laborer Fa: NY Mo: CAN
Biren H. VALENTINE Other M S W 16 WI
Occ: Laborer Fa: NY Mo: CAN
Elule BLOOD Other F M W 19 WI
Fa: NY Mo: CAN
Frankn BLOOD Other F S W 5M WI
Fa: NH Mo: WI

Chloe married John Valentine on 12 Oct 1856 in La Crosse, WI. John was born on 17 Sep 1817 in Buffalo, Erie County, NY and died on 30 May 1875 in La Crosse, WI at age 57.


30. Samuel Creg Fauver,71 son of Samuel Fauver and Rebecca Nichols, was born on 17 Aug 1844 in Hornelsville, NY71 and died on 16 Jun 1935 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin71 at age 90.

General Notes: Alt Birth: 1844 New York

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1900, Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin. Samuel C. Fauver found in: Census Microfilm Records: Wisconsin, 1900 Lived in: Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin
Wisconsin, La Crosse County, Roll 1795 Book 1, Page 11
Fauver, Sammy head W M Dec 1899 55 m 34 New York New York New York
Rebecka wife W F Aug 1844 55 m 34 6 3 Iowa Iowa Iowa
Hubert son W M June 1871 28 S Wisconsin New York Iowa
Ruby daughter W F Oct 1880 19 S Wisconsin New York Iowa
Iva C son W M Oct 1885 14 S Wisconsin New York Iowa
Abbie daughter W F Nov 1890 9 S Wisconsin New York Iowa

Samuel married Rebecca Belle Armentrout 71 on 23 Aug 1865 in La Crosse, WI.71 Rebecca was born on 24 Aug 1844 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA71 and died on 25 Nov 1934 in Bangor, La Crosse Co., Wisc. Burns Cem.71 at age 90.

Children from this marriage were:

15        i.  Effie Louise Fauver (born on 6 Nov 1867 in La Crosse, WI - died on 8 Jan 1950 in Seattle, King Co, WA)

         ii.  Herbert Melroy Fauver was born on 2 Jun 1871 in La Cross, WI and died on 12 Jul 1961 in La Cross, WI at age 90.

        iii.  Blanche Ellen Fauver 71 was born on 16 Apr 1877 in La Crosse, La Crosse Co., Wisc..71

         iv.  Ruby Maude Fauver was born on 29 Oct 1880 in La Cross, WI and died on 23 Nov 1945 in Seattle, King Co, WA at age 65.

          v.  Ira Cone Fauver was born on 29 Oct 1885 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin and died on 29 May 1975 at age 89.

         vi.  Abigail Lasley Fauver was born on 8 Nov 1891 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, died in 1983 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin at age 92, and was buried in Burns cem, Bangor, Wisconsin.

Samuel next married Martha Ann Wampole in 1859 in Steuben Co., NY. Martha was born in 1823 in Canisteo, Steuben Co., NY.


31. Rebecca Belle Armentrout,71 daughter of Joseph Benton Armentrout and Abagail Lasley, was born on 24 Aug 1844 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA71 and died on 25 Nov 1934 in Bangor, La Crosse Co., Wisc. Burns Cem.71 at age 90.

Rebecca married Samuel Creg Fauver 71 on 23 Aug 1865 in La Crosse, WI.71 Samuel was born on 17 Aug 1844 in Hornelsville, NY71 and died on 16 Jun 1935 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin71 at age 90.
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32. William W. Rader,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 son of Heinrich 'Henry' Rader Sr and Catherine Etter, was born on 15 Jun 1798 in Wythe County, Virginia,61 died on 16 Apr 1880 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 81, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Death Notes: William Rader 15 Jun 1798 16 Apr 1880 In memery of William Rader Greene County Timber Ridge Cemetery Located ten miles west of Greeneville, Tennessee. Northern Presbyterian Church.Copied by Daley S. Bowman, of Greeneville, Tennessee,
Greene County, Tennessee Cemetery Records

Name: William Rader
Birth Date: 15 Jun 1798
Death Date: 16 Apr 1880
Age: 81
Comments: In memery of William Rader
Cemetery Name: Greene County Timber Ridge Cemetery
Cemetery Description: Located ten miles west of Greeneville, Tennessee. Northern Presbyterian Church.

Copied by Daley S. Bowman, of Greeneville, Tennessee, October 12, 1937.


October 12, 1937.

will of William Rader 3 May 1880 mem 29, page 133 will and Testament of William Rader dec was produced - probate with D.B. Reed and S. Wamples subscribing witnesses whom the same was duly proven, and that came thereafter said will be recorded. In the name of God Amen. Wm Rader of the county of Greene and State of Tennessee being of - and considering the uncertanity of this frail and transitory life make ordain publish and declare this to be my last will - , that is to say first after all of my lawful debts are discharged the residue of my estate Real and persarval and condition - Wife Barbara Rader should out live me I will and bequithe for her sole use and benifit during her lifetime the homestead - reside and personal property to wit. All necessary household furnature that is necessary to be laid off by A Jury appointed by the - and one hendred dollars in money and after her death whatever the property is to be sold and divided together with all moneys that - kept by her, I also allow my wife Barbara Rader what ever - asside of the personal property for use and benifit she may sale at it durring the time she may thow any away she may think least asserapar my death I hereby direct my Administrator to sell all of my personal estate as soon as possible outside of what is - - - the use of my wife Barbara Rader, and ---- and also my Administrator is directed to collect - - - in general and - - - I want a sit-off made against - - - of fiur hundred dollars in consideration of - - twenty years ago - - - him, I hereby make him - - - of what of - - - My administrators hands to - of three hundred dollars, and the remainder of his intrest is to - devided between his five first children that is now living to - - and the two daughters by his second wife (Anna Cobble) - - Son Andrew Rader children to wit Franklin Rader heirs, Two dollars And Elbert Rader Two hundred dollars And my son Henry heirs, to wit Andrew Rader two hundred dollars, and J L Rader two dollars and Reubin Rader two hundred dollars and Lafayett two hundred dollars and Mary Rader two hundred dollars. My son Joseph Rader I want a sett-off maid against him for - hundred dollars as A Segatio for money and favors I have bestowed heretofor and then make him equal as a Legatio grani therein, my son Madison Rader I want all of his notes and legal claims against him counted and taken out of his part, and pay the balance - that he is heirs to, and my Daughter Sarah Hartman made Equal - Thier Heirs (I hold no claim against her) and my daughter Margaret camp- be paid two hundred dollars, and if after all the proceeds of - state haus poked into my Administrators hands and have been - and still is surplus, their to be divided pro ratatly - as set forth in the first payment, and in case of failure to be enough - each and all proratably as set forth the their they are to remand back - to their several amounts, and after the death of my wife, if she - survive me in living I want the homestead that is named for the - for her to live in which she may live in attum mars after death of myself and wife Barbara Rader, I want the homestead - - sold and divided as set forth in this will, and after - I want to be burried in a plain decent maner and I hereby direct - Administrator to purchase a good and suitable tomb stone for - and also my wife Barbara Rader all to be paid for out of my estate. Witness thereof I have hereto subscribed my name and - this March 16th 1878 William Rader Facts about this person:

Name (Facts Pg) William W. Rader
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Will of William Rader 3 May 1880 mem 29, page 133 will and Testament of William Rader dec was produced - probate with D.B. Reed and S. Wamples subscribing witnesses whom the same was duly proven, and that came thereafter said will be recorded. In the name of God Amen. Wm Rader of the county of Greene and State of Tennessee being of - and considering the uncertanity of this frail and transitory life make ordain publish and declare this to be my last will - , that is to say first after all of my lawful debts are discharged the residue of my estate Real and persarval and condition - Wife Barbara Rader should out live me I will and bequithe for her sole use and benifit during her lifetime the homestead - reside and personal property to wit. All necessary household furnature that is necessary to be laid off by A Jury appointed by the - and one hendred dollars in money and after her death whatever the property is to be sold and divided together with all moneys that - kept by her, I also allow my wife Barbara Rader what ever - asside of the personal property for use and benifit she may sale at it durring the time she may thow any away she may think least asserapar my death I hereby direct my Administrator to sell all of my personal estate as soon as possible outside of what is --- the use of my wife Barbara Rader, and ---- and also my Administrator is directed to collect --- in general and --- I want a sit-off made against --- of fiur hundred dollars in consideration of - - twenty years ago --- him, I hereby make him --- of what of--- My administrators hands to - of three hundred dollars, and the remainder of his intrest is to - devided between his five first children that is now living to - - and the two daughters by his second wife (Anna Cobble) - - Son Andrew Rader children to wit Franklin Rader heirs, Two dollars And Elbert Rader Two hundred dollars And my son Henry heirs, to wit Andrew Rader two hundred dollars, and J L Rader two dollars and Reubin Rader two hundred dollars and Lafayett two hundred dollars and Mary Rader two hundred dollars. My son Joseph Rader I want a sett-off maid against him for - hundred dollars as A Segatio for money and favors I have bestowed heretofor and then make him equal as a Legatio grani therein, my son Madison Rader I want all of his notes and legal claims against him counted and taken out of his part, and pay the balance -that he is heirs to, and my Daughter Sarah Hartman made Equal - Thier Heirs (I hold no claim against her) and my daughter Margaret camp- be paid two hundred dollars, and if after all the proceeds of - state haus poked into my Administrators hands and have been - and still is surplus, their to be divided pro ratatly - as set forth in the first payment, and in case of failure to be enough - each and all proratably as set forth the their they are to remand back - to their several amounts, and after the death of my wife, if she - survive me in living I want the homestead that is named for the - for her to live in which she may live in attum mars after death of myself and wife Barbara Rader, I want the homestead - - sold and divided as set forth in this will, and after - I want to be burried in a plain decent maner and I hereby direct - Administrator to purchase a good and suitable tomb stone for - and also my wife Barbara Rader all to be paid for out of my estate. Witness thereof I have hereto subscribed my name and - this March 16th 1878 William Rader

Burial Timber Ridge Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee
William married Barbara Hauff in Greene Co, TENNESSEE, May 17, 1821 by Rev Phil Henkel. Barbara was born May 19, 1803 in VIRGINIA She was the daughter of Joseph Hauff and Margaret. Barbara died April 24, 1883 in Timber Ridge, Greene Co, TENNESSEE, at 79 years of age. Her body was interred in Timber Ridge. For information about the Huff family see "Timber Ridge Church: A Two Hundred Year Heritage of Presbyterian Faith 1786-1986" by Harry B. Roberts and others.

Burial Notes: William and Barbara are both buried in the Timber Ridge Church cemetery. Barbara was the daughter of Joseph and Margaret Huff. For information about the Huff family see "Timber Ridge Church: A Two Hundred Year Heritage of Presbyterian Faith 1786-1986" by Harry B. Roberts and others.

General Notes: Greene County Marriage # 2272 May 14, 1821 William Rader -- Barbara Hauff -- Joseph Hauff md 17 May 1821 Philip Henkle, M.G. William was living in Timber Ridge, Tennessee in Greene County in 1860(census).

William and Barbara are both buried in the Timber Ridge Church cemetery.
Barbara was the daughter of Joseph and Margaret Huff. For information about the Huff family see "Timber Ridge Church: A Two Hundred Year Heritage of Presbyterian Faith 1786-1986" by Harry B. Roberts and others.


Conflicting evidence states that he died in Timber Ridge, March 6, 1880. William was living in Timber Ridge, Tennessee in Greene County in 1860 (census).

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: FARMER & JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

• Land: 1821, Greenwood School, Greene County, Tennessee. 72 This purchase parcel #33 containing 100 acres from Samuel Dunwoody on the waters of Little Chuckey

• Land: 1821, Greenwood School, Greene County, Tennessee. 72 This purchase parcel #33 containing 100 acres from Samuel Dunwoody on the waters of Little Chuckey

• Land: 1821, Greenwood School, Greene County, Tennessee. 72 This purchase parcel #33 containing 100 acres from Samuel Dunwoody on the waters of Little Chuckey

• Census: 1830, Greene County, Tennessee. Greene Co. TN 1830 Federal Census

READER, CASPAR, 188 --- 10001 - 10001
READER, ELIZABETH, 192 --- 0011 - 0000001
READER, HENRY, 192 --- 000120001 - 00111001
READER, JACOB, 161 --- 222001 - 000001
READER, JESSE, 192 --- 00001 - 11001
READER, JOHN, 188 --- 01110001 - 00211001
READER, JOHN, 193 --- 230001 - 000001
READER, JOSEPH, 192 --- 10001 - 00001
READER, WILLIAM, 186 --- 210001 - 01001
READER, WILLIAM, 192 --- 110001 - 010001

RITTER, DANIEL, 209 --- 001220001 - 01011001
RITTER, HENRY, 207 --- 020001 - 111001

RUDDER, ALEX, 191 --- 110001 - 211001

• Tax list: 1830-1841, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. He paid taxes from 1830 through 1841 for 100 acres.

• Land: 1 May 1836, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. 73 He purchased Parcel #17928 containing 10.5 acres from James Patterson

• Land: 3 Jul 1837, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. He obtained a Tennessee land grant #21685 for 2 acres

• Land: 30 Sep 1837, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. 74 #1711 purchase from Henry Feezel of 100 acres

• Land: 30 Sep 1837, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. 74 #1711 purchase from Henry Feezel of 100 acres

• Land: 5 Apr 1841, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. #1358 he purchased 21 acres from Alfred Russell (Love)
"to william son of Henry"

• Tax list: 1842-1845, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. District 5 taxes paid on 107 acres

• Land: 1844.

• Land: 1844. 4304 Dulaney Road

• Land: 1844.

• Land: 1844.

• Land: 21 Aug 1844, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased Plot #1272 containing 310 acres from Adam Profit

• Land: 21 Aug 1844, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased Plot #1272 containing 310 acres from Adam Profit

• Land: 21 Aug 1844, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased Plot #1272 containing 310 acres from Adam Profit

• Tax list: 1846, Little Chuckey, Greene Co, TN. District #5 taxes for 432 acres

• Land: 27 Oct 1846, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased parcel #1913 containing 250 acres from John Nelson (Geo T Gilispie)

• Land: 27 Oct 1846, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased parcel #1913 containing 250 acres from John Nelson (Geo T Gilispie)

• Land: 27 Oct 1846, Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee. Purchased parcel #1913 containing 250 acres from John Nelson (Geo T Gilispie)

• Census: 1850, Greene County, Tennessee. RADER WILLIAM 52 M W VA GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER BARBARY 47 F W VA GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER HENRY 21 M W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER JOSEPH 19 M W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER MARTIN 15 M W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER CASPER 12 M W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER MADISON 8 M W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
RADER MARGARET 4 F W TN GREENE 10-SUB DIVN 880 306
1850 United States Federal Census

Name: William Rader
Age: 52 Estimated birth year: abt 1798 Birth Place: Virginia
Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Subdivision 10, Greene, Tennessee
Family Number: 196
Household Members: Name Age
William Rader 52
Barbary Rader 47
Henry Rader 21
Joseph Rader 19
Martin Rader 15
Casper Rader 12
Madison Rader 8
Margaret Rader 4


• Census: 25 Jun 1860, Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee. Wm Rader found in: Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1860
Age: 62 Gender: M Race: W Birthplace: VA
State: Tennessee County: GREENE Locale: TIMBER RIDGE P O
Series: M653 Roll: 1252 Part: 1 Page: 423A
25 june 1860
789 789 Wm Rader 63 M farmer 3000 Virginia
Barbary 57 F "
Margt 13 f "
1860 United States Federal Census

Name: Barbary Rader
[Barbara Rader]
Age in 1860: 57 Birth Year: abt 1803 Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1860: District 25, Greene, Tennessee
Gender: Female
Post Office: Timber Ridge

Household Members: Name Age
Wm Rader 62
Barbary Rader 57
Margt Rader 13


• Census: 8 Sep 1870, Bulls Gap, Greene County, Tennessee. William Rader found in: Census Microfilm Records: Tennessee, 1870
Age: 71 Gender: M Race: W Birthplace: VA
State: Tennessee County: GREENE Locale: BULLS GAP P O
Series: M593 Roll: 1531 Part: 1 Page: 228A

civil district #6 8th day September 1870
51 51 Rader, William 71 M W farmer 5000 1500 Virginia
Elizabeth 71 F W keeping house "
Mary E 10 F B Tennessee

• Will: 16 Mar 1878.

• Alt Death: 6 Mar 1880, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Probate: 3 May 1880. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE

• Alt. Death: 6 Mar 1880, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

William married Barbara Hauff 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 on 17 May 1821 in Rev Phil Henkel, Greene, Tennessee, USA.60 Barbara was born on 19 May 1803 in VA,61,75 died on 24 Apr 1883 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 79, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Other names for Barbara were Huff and Barbara Hauff.

Marriage Notes: Greene County Marriage # 2272 May 14, 1821 William Rader -- Barbara Hauff -- Joseph Hauff md 17 May 1821 Philip Henkle, M.G.
Hauff, Barbara Rader, William 17 May 1821 Tennessee

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt Marriage: 14 May 1821, Greene County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth J. Rader was born WFT Est 1819-1848 and died WFT Est 1824-1930 at age 5.

         ii.  John Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 15 Feb 1822 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 25 Dec 1900 in Murdered, Blountville, TN at age 78, and was buried in Greene County, Tennessee.76

        iii.  Joseph Rader 40,42,44

         iv.  Sarah 'Sallie' Rader was born on 24 Jun 1824 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 24 Apr 1902 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 77, and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Sarah was Sarah "Sally" Rader.

          v.  Andrew Rader was born in 1828 in Greene County, Tennessee and died in 1856 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 28.

16       vi.  Henry L. Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 (born on 17 Feb 1829 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee - died on 25 Jul 1864 in Camp Douglas, Union Prison, Cook County, Illinois)

        vii.  Joseph James Rader 35,36,37,38,39,41,42,43,44 was born on 10 Apr 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 21 Jul 1918 in Sullivan County, Tennessee at age 87, and was buried in Boy Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee.

       viii.  Martin Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 12 Nov 1831 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA,61 died on 3 Mar 1853 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 21, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

         ix.  Casper Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 26 Jan 1838 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA, died on 27 Mar 1863 at age 25, and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

          x.  Doctor Madison Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 23 May 1842 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA,77 died on 1 Aug 1913 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 71, and was buried in 1913 in Bruners Grove United Methodist Church, Cocke County, Tennessee.

         xi.  Margaret Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 27 Sep 1846 in Greene County, Tennessee,61 died on 23 Apr 1870 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 23, and was buried in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee.


33. Barbara Hauff,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 daughter of Joseph Hauff and Margaret Smith, was born on 19 May 1803 in VA,61,75 died on 24 Apr 1883 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 79, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Other names for Barbara were Huff and Barbara Hauff.

General Notes: The HAUFF family - Barbara's ancestors Peter Hauff. Born in Philadelphia co, Pa. Died, 1784 in Philadelphia, PA. He married Anna the only child I know about was Andrew Hauff.

SECOND GENERATION Andrew Hauff born in Keezletown. Died in Rockingham Co, VA. He married Barbara. Children: Elias Hauff, Benjamin Hauff, Leonard Hauff, Sally Hauff, Jacob Hauff, Henry Hauff, Joseph Hauff.

THIRD GENERATION Joseph Hauff Born, 21 Apr 1781, in Pennsylvania. Died, 5 May 1852, in Ely, Green, Tn. 1824, He married Margaret. Born, 1785, in Pennsylvania. Children: Barbara Hauff, Sally Huff. Born, 1805. She married Martin Welty, Elias Huff. Born, 1807, in VA., Elizabeth Huff. Born, 1809. She married Jno C. Welty, 7 Sep 1837., Peter Huff., Andrew Jackson Huff. Born, 1816., William Huff. Born, 14 Jun 1818. Died, 17 Feb 1883, buried in Timber Ridge, Greene, TN. He married Mariah Thompson 17 Sep 1839

FOURTH GENERATION Barbara Hauff Born, 19 May 1803, in Va. Died, 24 Apr 1883, buried in Timber Ridge, Greene, TN. She married William W. Rader, son of Henry Rader and Catherine Etter, 17 May 1821, in Green Co, Tenn. Born, 15 Jun 1798, in Wythe Co, Va. Died, 16 Apr 1880, in Green Co. Tn. Death(2): 6 Mar 1880 , in Timber Ridge. William was living in Timber Ridge, Tennessee in Greene County in 1860(census). William wrote his Will on March 16, 1878 and it was probated in Greene County, Tennessee on May 3, 1880. William and Barbara are both buried in the Timber Ridge Church cemetery. Barbara was the daughter of Joseph and Margaret Huff. For information about the Huff family see "Timber Ridge Church: A Two Hundred Year Heritage of Presbyterian Faith 1786-1986" by Harry B. Roberts and others. Children: John Rader, Sarah Rader, Andrew Rader, Henry Rader, Joseph James Rader, Martin Rader. Born, 12 Nov 1831, Died, 3 Mar 1853, buried in Timber Ridge, Casper Rader. Born, 26 Jan 1838. Died, 27 Mar 1863, in Mt Pleasant, Green, Tn. He married Nancy Davis, 4 Jan 1857 in Greene Co., TN., Dr. Madison Rader., Margaret Rader. Born, 27 Sep 1846, in Greene Co., Tn, Died, 23 Apr 1870, Burial in Timber Ridge. She married George W. Campbell, 12 Mar 1867.

Peter Huff Born, 21 Aug 1810, in Keezletown, Rockingham Co., VA. Died, 27 Sep 1889, in Hauff, Greene, Tn. He married Barbara Elizabeth Welty, 5 May 1831 Born, 1804 in Greene Co., TN. Children: Andrew Huff. Born, 1832 , in Greene Co., TN., John Huff. Born, 14 Jan 1833 in Greene Co., TN. He married Margaret An Smith, 1 May 1900 , in Hartman Chapel., Joseph Huff. Born, 1835 , in Greene Co., TN., Noah Huff. Born, 1838 in Greene Co., TN., Elizabeth Huff. Born, 1843 , in Greene Co., TN., Jonas Huff. Born, 1845 , in Greene Co., TN. Facts about this person:

Burial Timber Ridge Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee
!Bobby Carter gives also an alternate spelling of Hauff as does Elizabeth Rader McNew of 708 York St., Rocky Mount, NC 27801.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Fact 1. See Note Page

• Alt Death: 24 Apr 1843, , Greene, Tennessee, USA.

• Alt Death: 24 Apr 1843, , Greene, Tennessee, USA. 75,78

• Census: 1850. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 306A #196

• Census 1: 1860. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 423 #789

• Census 2: 1870. TIMBER RIDGE, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE DIST. 25 PAGE 448 #19

Barbara married William W. Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 on 17 May 1821 in Rev Phil Henkel, Greene, Tennessee, USA.60 William was born on 15 Jun 1798 in Wythe County, Virginia,61 died on 16 Apr 1880 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 81, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

34. Joel Bowers,79 son of Christian Bower Jr. and Elizabeth Andes, was born on 11 Nov 1803 in Greene County, Tennessee,61,79 died on 21 May 1853 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 49, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1850. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PG.305B #195

Joel married Elizabeth Freshour on 5 Oct 1828 in Greene County, Tennessee.80 Elizabeth was born on 13 Jan 1810 in Cedar Creek, Greene, Tennessee, USA,61 died on 12 Feb 1873 in Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, USA at age 63, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

17        i.  Mary Ann 'Pollyan' Bowers 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 (born on 15 Feb 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee - died on 7 Dec 1895 in Dulaney, Greene County, Tennessee)

         ii.  Christian Bowers was born on 20 Jul 1833 in Greene County, Tennessee,61 died on 11 May 1867 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 33, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

        iii.  Margaret A. Bowers was born about 1834 in Greene County, Tennessee and died about 1886 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 52.

         iv.  Lavina Bowers was born in 1835 in Greene County, Tennessee, died in 1919 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 84, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

          v.  John P. 'Philosopher John' Bowers was born on 14 Jan 1835 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 4 Aug 1899 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 64, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

         vi.  David Bowers was born in Feb 1837 in Greene County, Tennessee,61 died on 13 Aug 1860 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 23, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

        vii.  Catherine Bowers was born on 10 May 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 1 Aug 1902 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 63, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Catherine was Catherine Bowers Smith.

       viii.  Reuben Bowers was born on 9 Mar 1841 in Greene County, Tennessee,61 died on 21 Mar 1919 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 78, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Reuben was Ruben Bowers.

         ix.  Lydia Bowers was born in 1843 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 12 Nov 1912 in Cedar Hill, Greene County, Tennessee at age 69, and was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

          x.  Leander Bowers was born in 1845 in Greene County, Tennessee and died in 1915 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 70.

         xi.  James Hancher Bowers was born in 1848 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 8 Jan 1912 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 64, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

        xii.  Susan A. 'Sook' Bowers 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 20 Oct 1849 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 30 Jul 1932 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 82, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

       xiii.  Martha Jane Bowers was born in 1850 in Greene County, Tennessee and died in 1928 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 78. Another name for Martha was Martha J. Bowers Timmons.

        xiv.  Jennie Bowers was born in 1854.


35. Elizabeth Freshour, daughter of John 'Chucklehead' Freshour Jr. and Margaret 'Mollena' Poly Peters, was born on 13 Jan 1810 in Cedar Creek, Greene, Tennessee, USA,61 died on 12 Feb 1873 in Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, USA at age 63, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1850. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PG.305B #195

• Census: 1870. DISTRICT 25, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE LINE 65

Elizabeth married Joel Bowers 79 on 5 Oct 1828 in Greene County, Tennessee.80 Joel was born on 11 Nov 1803 in Greene County, Tennessee,61,79 died on 21 May 1853 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 49, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

36. James H. Hughes was born in 1820 in Wales and died on 18 Feb 1867 at age 47.

General Notes:
He was born in Wales but was educated in the best schools
in England. He came to America and made his home in Lynchburg,
VA. He was a first cousin of William Henry Harrison, former
president of the United States. He died during the tough times
following the civil war.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: Lynchburg, VA.

• School: England. Educated in the best schools in England

James married Martha Roberts. Martha was born in 1820 in , , North Carolina, USA and died on 6 Dec 1875 at age 55.

The child from this marriage was:

18        i.  Reverend John R. Hughs (born on 7 May 1839 in , , Tennessee, USA - died on 13 May 1886, buried in Oak Grove)


37. Martha Roberts was born in 1820 in , , North Carolina, USA and died on 6 Dec 1875 at age 55.

General Notes: Her parents came from Ireland and they owned slaves.
These slaves were traded for their farm.

Martha married James H. Hughes. James was born in 1820 in Wales and died on 18 Feb 1867 at age 47.

38. Jonathan Lupton Scarborough,62,63 son of William Scarbrough and Mahala Wood, was born on 2 Jul 1795 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 22 Dec 1867 in Pine Ridge, Anderson County, TN at age 72. Another name for Jonathan was Jonathan Lupton Scarbrough.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 20 Jul 1795, Greenbrier County, VA.

Jonathan married Frances E Davis 62,63 on 25 Aug 1844 in Anderson County, TN. Frances was born on 25 Oct 1818 in , Morgan, Tennessee, USA and died on 24 Jun 1901 in Anderson, , Tennessee, USA at age 82. Another name for Frances was Fannie Davis.

Children from this marriage were:

19        i.  Susanna M. Scarborough 62,63 (born on 12 May 1845 in Anderson County, TN)

         ii.  Jonathan Lupton Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1848 in Anderson County, TN.

        iii.  Alice California Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1852 in Anderson County, TN.

         iv.  Calidonia Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1852 in Anderson County, TN.

          v.  Agnes V. Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1855 in Anderson County, TN.

         vi.  Anna S. Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1858 in Anderson County, TN.


39. Frances E Davis,62,63 daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born on 25 Oct 1818 in , Morgan, Tennessee, USA and died on 24 Jun 1901 in Anderson, , Tennessee, USA at age 82. Another name for Frances was Fannie Davis.

Frances married Jonathan Lupton Scarborough 62,63 on 25 Aug 1844 in Anderson County, TN. Jonathan was born on 2 Jul 1795 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 22 Dec 1867 in Pine Ridge, Anderson County, TN at age 72. Another name for Jonathan was Jonathan Lupton Scarbrough.

40. Jacob Nelson Duff,14 son of John Duff and Sarah Haynes, was born about 1807 in Walsh County, Virginia and died in Auraria, Lumpkin, Georgia, United States,.

General Notes: \tab 82. Jacob Nelson4 DUFF (John3, William2, Samuel1) was born in Washington Co., VA about 1807. He married Mahala ? about 1827. Mahala was born in White Co., AL/TN about 1810. She married James SHUFF in Lyon Co., KY, June 7, 1856. Mahala (?) (Mahala's family name could have been FARMER.) could have been Indian or part Indian. She was widowed or divorced by 1856. Her second husband, James SHUFF, died in Stewart Co., TN as a prisoner during the Civil War.
\tab I knew nothing of the last two children listed to Jacob Nelson and Mahala until I received information from Bonnie DUFF-SMITH.
\tab Jacob Nelson DUFF had been gone from Monroe Co., TN 22-24 years in 1860. This is ac\-cording to settlement of his father's estate records.
\tab A summons served on John W. DUFF in Polk Co., TN dated May 1858 and a summons served to Nancy (DUFF) McGHEE and husband Hamilton, May 1858 in Benton Co., TN. These summons were in regards to their grandfather's, John DUFF Jr., estate settlement proceedings.
\tab In Monroe Co., TN Circuit Court. May 1839, file 493, Mahala DUFF by her next friend Thomas HENDERSON dismisses petition for divorce from Nelson DUFF.
\tab Jacob's mother, Sarah, raised his first two children, Nancy and Samuel. Samuel Abra\-ham DUFF was living with his Uncle, John Calvin DUFF, in 1850. Samuel Abraham DUFF was in California by 1860. The 1830 Monroe Co., TN census page 148, listed a Nelson DUFF whom I believe to be Jacob Nelson DUFF.
\tab Bonnie Duff-Neal Smith, 6778 Edmonton Ave., San Diego, CA 92122. Bonnie has sent me information on two more children born to Jacob Nelson and Mahala (?) DUFF. William Henry DUFF born Jan. 13, 1835 from whom she descends. And, Jane Arabella DUFF born about 1836 in TN married in Montgomery Co., TN. These two children were living with Mahala but Jacob is not living with her in Lyon Co., KY in 1856.

\tab Jacob Nelson DUFF and Mahala ? had the following family:

\tab 281 \tab i. \tab Nancy5 DUFF was born about 1827. She married Hamilton MCGHEE.
\tab 282 \tab ii. \tab Samuel Abraham DUFF was born about 1827, was living with his Uncle James Calvin \tab DUFF in 1850, was in California by 1858.
+ \tab 283 \tab iii. \tab John W. DUFF was born about 1829.
+ \tab 284 \tab iv. \tab William Henry DUFF was born January 13, 1835.
+ \tab 285 \tab v. \tab Jane Arabella DUFF was born 1836.
Ted Ransom McDuffee
aka T. Ransom Duff
4528 Greenhill Way
Anderson, IN 46012
1999
Bonnie Duff-Neal Smith <mailto:MZQB11A@prodigy.com>
DUFF
Jacob "Nelson" DUFF believed to have died in Lyon or Caldwell Co. KY sometime after 1839. Does anyone have information on early S.W. KY Deaths or cemeteries. Thanks.



Bonnie Duff-Neal Smith <mailto:MZQB11A@prodigy.com>
DONELSON
Looking for death date and burial site for John DONELSON, believed to have been a minister. He was in the area of Caldwell/Lyon counties by 1825, his wife was Elizabeth (SNOW? or BUTLER?). Several children: John Jr. b. 1828, Margaret b. 1832, Sarah b. 1834, Elizabeth b. 1837, mrd. Wm. Henry DUFF, Evaline b. 1838, Eliza, m. a McCollum, and Celia b.1842, believe she married a Rafferty. Believe John Donelson Sr. died between 1840 and 1850 since he was in Census 1840 and only Eliz. and children were there in 1850. Any help appreciated. Thanks. Bonnie Duff-Smith, P.O. Box 254, Judson, TX 75660-0254 pr E-Mail: MZQB11A@prodigy.com Thu May 14 20:27:32 1998

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1807.

Jacob married Mahala Carson 14 about 1827 in Tennessee Or Alabama. Mahala was born about 1812 in White City, Cullman, Alabama, United States,.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Nancy Duff 14 was born about 1828 in Tennessee.

20       ii.  John W. Duff 14 (born about 1829 in Monroe Co., Tennessee - died on 16 Feb 1910)

        iii.  Samuel Abraham Duff 14 was born about 1831 in Tennessee, United States and died in California, United States.

         iv.  William Henry Duff 14 was born on 15 Jan 1835 in Montgomery City, Tennessee, died on 6 Dec 1912 in Lyon, Kentucky, United States at age 77, and was buried in Paradise Cemetery, Lyon County, Kentucky.81

          v.  Jane Arabella Duff 14 was born in 1836 in Tennessee and died in 1892 at age 56.


41. Mahala Carson,14 daughter of Carson and Unknown, was born about 1812 in White City, Cullman, Alabama, United States,.

Mahala married Jacob Nelson Duff 14 about 1827 in Tennessee Or Alabama. Jacob was born about 1807 in Walsh County, Virginia and died in Auraria, Lumpkin, Georgia, United States,.

Mahala next married James SHUFF Shuff on 7 Jun 1856 in Lyon Co., KY. James died in Stewart Co., TN.


44. Banks McGehee,14,82,83 son of Benjamin McGehee and Mary Priddy, was born in 1781 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in 1865 in North Carolina, United States at age 84. Another name for Banks was Banks McGakee.84

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 1830, Granville, North Carolina, United States. 82

• Residence: 1840, Granville, North Carolina, United States. 84

• Residence: 1810, Granville, North Carolina, United States. 83

Banks married Clary Priddy 14 on 28 Oct 1806 in Granville, North Carolina, United States. Clary was born in 1789 in North Carolina, United States.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Banks McGehee 14 was born in 1810 in North Carolina, United States.

         ii.  Judy McGehee 14 was born in 1810 and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

        iii.  Nathan McGehee 14 was born in 1820 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in 1871 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 51.

         iv.  Lem McGehee 14 was born in 1820 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

22        v.  John A. Mc Gehee 14,64 (born in 1823 in Tennessee, United States - died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France)

         vi.  Ann McGehee 14 was born in 1829 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

        vii.  Henry McGehee 14 was born in 1834.

       viii.  Frances McGehee 14 was born in 1836 and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

         ix.  Henry McGehee 14 was born in 1838 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

          x.  John Bowles McGhee 14 was born in 1838 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1898 at age 60.

Banks next married Clara Curry 14 on 6 May 1806 in Granville, North Carolina, United States. Clara was born in 1789 in Granville, North Carolina, United States,85 and died in 1870 at age 81. Another name for Clara was Clara McGehee.85

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Banks McGehee 14 was born in 1810 in North Carolina, United States.

         ii.  Judy McGehee 14 was born in 1810 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

        iii.  Nathan McGehee 14 was born in 1820 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in 1871 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 51.

         iv.  Lem McGehee 14 was born in 1820 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

22        v.  John A. Mc Gehee 14,64 (born in 1823 in Tennessee, United States - died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France)

         vi.  Ann McGehee 14 was born in 1829 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

        vii.  Frances McGehee 14 was born in 1836 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.

       viii.  Henry McGehee 14 was born in 1838 in North Carolina, United States and died in Y, Somme, Picardie, France.


45. Clara Curry 14 was born in 1789 in Granville, North Carolina, United States,85 and died in 1870 at age 81. Another name for Clara was Clara McGehee.85

Noted events in her life were:

• Residence: 1850, Beaver Dam, Granville, North Carolina. 85

Clara married Banks McGehee 14,82,83 on 6 May 1806 in Granville, North Carolina, United States. Banks was born in 1781 in Granville, North Carolina, United States and died in 1865 in North Carolina, United States at age 84. Another name for Banks was Banks McGakee.84

46. John Woods 14,86 was born in 1806 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1840 in Texas, United States86 at age 34.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 1841, Texas, United States.

John married Margaret Hammontree 14 in 1828 in Blount, Tennessee, United States. Margaret was born in 1806 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1880 in North Carolina, United States at age 74.

Children from this marriage were:

23        i.  Amsy Ainsy Woods 14,64 (born in 1826 in Blount, Tennessee, United States)

         ii.  Emily Woods 14 was born in 1836.

        iii.  John Wesley Woods 14 was born in Sep 1837 in Tennessee, United States and died on 26 May 1905 in Loudon, Tennessee, United States at age 67.

         iv.  William Lewis Fulton Woods 14 was born on 21 Nov 1839 in Texas, United States and died on 25 Feb 1920 in Murphy, Cherokee, North Carolina, United States at age 80.


47. Margaret Hammontree,14 daughter of John W Hammontree and Sarah Hawkins, was born in 1806 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1880 in North Carolina, United States at age 74.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1808, Blount, Tennessee, United States.

• Alt. Birth: 1808, Blount, Tennessee, United States.

• Alt. Birth: 1808, Blount, Tennessee, United States.

Margaret married John Woods 14,86 in 1828 in Blount, Tennessee, United States. John was born in 1806 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1840 in Texas, United States86 at age 34.

Margaret next married Leander Duncan 14 on 21 Jan 1847 in Blount, Tennessee, United States. Leander was born in 1816 in Tennessee, United States and died in 1860 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 44.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Martha Josephine Duncan 14 was born in 1848 in Tennessee, United States.

         ii.  Philip W Duncan 14 was born in 1854 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.

        iii.  James O Duncan 14 was born in 1855 in Blount, Tennessee, United States.


48. Samuel Stevenson was born about 1799 in Kentucky, USA.

Samuel married Mary Ann Fry 87 on 13 Aug 1823 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA. Mary was born in Jul 1807 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died on 29 Aug 186287 at age 55.

Children from this marriage were:

24        i.  George W. Stevenson (born about 1828 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA - died on 22 Feb 1905 in Skagit valley, WA)

         ii.  Julia A. Stevenson was born about 1830 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.

        iii.  Susan M. Stevenson was born about 1831 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.

         iv.  Peter Stevenson was born about 1836 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.

          v.  Mary E. Stevenson was born about 1838 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.

         vi.  James W. Stevenson was born about 1840 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.

        vii.  Christopher Stevenson was born about 1843 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.


49. Mary Ann Fry,87 daughter of George Fry Sr and Juliann Teischner, was born in Jul 1807 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died on 29 Aug 186287 at age 55.

Mary married Samuel Stevenson on 13 Aug 1823 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA. Samuel was born about 1799 in Kentucky, USA.

54. William Norman was born in 1791.

Birth Notes: Da

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 19 Sep 1850, Liberty twp, Clay Co., MO. 1850 United States Federal Census
Norman, William
State: Missouri Year: 1850 County: Clay Roll: M432_396
Township: Liberty Page: 343 Image: 208

Norman, William 59 M v Cabnett Maker 800 Da
Margarett 54 F v Ky
Hamilton 23 M v Cabnett Maker do.
And Jackson 19 M v do. Ind
Jane 15 F v do.
Emily 12 F v do.
Harley Cormlius 18 M none Ireland

William married Margarett. Margarett was born in 1796 in KY.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Hamilton Norman was born in 1827 in KY.

         ii.  And Jackson Norman was born in 1831 in Indiana.

27      iii.  Jane Norman (born in 1835 in Indianna - died about 1877)

         iv.  Emily Norman was born in 1838 in Indiana.


55. Margarett was born in 1796 in KY.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1880, Scott Valley, Siskiyou, California. Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Richard S. LINDSAY Self M Male W 53 KY Laborer KY SCO
Emma LINDSAY Wife M Female W 41 IN Keeping House DE KY
William W. LINDSAY Son S Male W 23 1857 CA Laborer KY IN
Amelia LINDSAY Dau S Female W 21 1859 CA At Home KY IN
John N. LINDSAY Son S Male W 20 CA At Home KY IN
Margaret J. LINDSAY Dau S Female W 18 CA At School KY IN
Caroline LINDSAY Dau S Female W 17 CA At Home KY IN
Stonewall LINDSAY Son S Male W 15 CA KY IN
Lucettie LINDSAY Dau S Female W 13 CA KY IN
Emma F. LINDSAY Dau S Female W 12 CA KY IN
Amos W LINDSAY Son S Male W 11 CA KY IN
James B. LINDSAY Son S Male W 9 CA KY IN
Arthur H. LINDSAY Son S Male W 7 CA KY IN
Margaret NORMAN MotherL W Female W 83 KY IRE ENG
Jake COSSELL Other S Male W 47 IL Laborer VA TN
William CAMPBELL Other S Male W 24 CA Laborer SCO SCO
Edward CLOW Other S Male W 44 NY Laborer NY NY
Antone GORGES Other S Male W 25 WES. ISL. Laborer WES. ISL. WES. ISL.


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Source Information:
Census Place Scott Valley, Siskiyou, California
Family History Library Film 1254083
NA Film Number T9-0083
Page Number 220B

Margarett married William Norman. William was born in 1791.

56. Abraham Valentine, son of John Valentine and Amy Brockaway, was born on 6 Jul 1797 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 8 Aug 1850 in NY at age 53.

Abraham married Anne Woodward on 26 Dec 1816. Anne was born in 1800 and died on 10 Aug 1849 at age 49.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Seymour Valentine was born on 29 Mar 1817 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

28       ii.  John Valentine (born on 17 Sep 1817 in Buffalo, Erie County, NY - died on 30 May 1875 in La Crosse, WI)

        iii.  Elizabeth Valentine was born in 1821 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

         iv.  George W. Valentine was born on 14 May 1823 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 20 Nov 1878 in Collins, Erie Co., NY at age 55.

          v.  Abraham Valentine was born on 23 Sep 1825 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

         vi.  Anna Valentine was born on 20 Sep 1827 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.


57. Anne Woodward was born in 1800 and died on 10 Aug 1849 at age 49.

Anne married Abraham Valentine on 26 Dec 1816. Abraham was born on 6 Jul 1797 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 8 Aug 1850 in NY at age 53.

58. William Howard Marr was born in 1810 in Gonk, Ireland.

William married Phebe Merril in 1830 in Canada. Phebe was born in 1810 in Canada.

The child from this marriage was:

29        i.  Chloe Elizabeth Marr (born on 24 Sep 1832 in Hope, Ontario Co, NY - died on 12 Oct 1897 in La Crosse, WI)


59. Phebe Merril was born in 1810 in Canada.

Phebe married William Howard Marr in 1830 in Canada. William was born in 1810 in Gonk, Ireland.

60. Samuel Fauver, son of George Fauver and Elizabeth Penton, was born on 1 Jun 1797 in Jersey City and died on 30 Jan 1891 in La Crosse at age 93.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 25 Jun 1797, Pittsgrove, Salem, NJ.

• Census: 1880, La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Census Place: E. D. 59, La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Source: FHL Film 1255432 National Archives Film T9-1432 Page 598D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
H. FANSIIR Self M M W 45 NY
Occ: Laborer Fa: NY Mo: NY
Elizabeth FANSIIR Wife F M W 37 OHIO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
Frank FANSIIR Son M S W 16 WIS
Occ: Works In Mill Fa: NY Mo: OHIO
Samuel FANSIIR Father M W W 84 NY
Occ: Stays With His Son Fa: ... Mo: FRANCE

Samuel married Rebecca Nichols. Rebecca was born in 1790 in Castle Cry, Scotland and died in Feb 1853 at age 63.

Children from this marriage were:

30        i.  Samuel Creg Fauver 71 (born on 17 Aug 1844 in Hornelsville, NY - died on 16 Jun 1935 in Bangor, La Crosse County, Wisconsin)

         ii.  Matilda Ann Fauver was born on 7 Sep 1827 in New York and died on 10 Feb 1916 at age 88.

        iii.  Naomi Fauver was born before 1827.

         iv.  David Fauver was born before 1827 and died in WI.

          v.  George Fauver was born in NY.

         vi.  Margaret Fauver was born in NY.

        vii.  Havilla Fauver was born in NY.

       viii.  Alzina (Alice) Fauver was born in NY.

         ix.  Nathaniel Fauver was born in NY.

          x.  Frazier Fauver was born in NY.

         xi.  Fedelia Fauver was born in NY.


61. Rebecca Nichols, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1790 in Castle Cry, Scotland and died in Feb 1853 at age 63.

General Notes: From: CCorb62739@aol.com [mailto:CCorb62739@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 8:43 AM
To: jim@rader.org
Subject: Rebecca Nichols in Scotland

Jim,

Sorry I didn't get this info to you sooner. I came back from Scotland and promptly broke my ankle then had to have surgery and am now fitted with steel plates and pins. I teach and school was starting so it has been a challenging time. I'm walking now, though.

I spent half a day at the Scottish genealogical society in Edinburgh. With much assistance from the wonderful historians there, here is what I found.

1. Castle Cary is in Falkirk Parish, Sterlingshire. There is NO Rebecca Nichols (or any Nichols) of any spelling in Sterlingshire.

2. The OPR shows a Rebeka Nikol born in 1796, however, the record does not exist in that year - it was apparently misread and thus transcribed incorrectly. It does appear in 1790.
Rebeka Nikol
February 13, 1790 (whether this is birth or baptism is unclear at this point)
Paisley Abbey Parish, Renfrew
Father - Archbald Nikol (yes, it is Archbald)
Mother - Agnes Cochran

3. The term "cry" in old Scottish, which is the language she would have spoken, means "called or known as." So, I think her daughter-in-law simply heard something like "I was born near a castle cried ..." and she did not get the rest of the sentence.

4. The OPR also shows a brother, William Nikol, born May 10 1803 and baptized May 13 1803. In some of my great Aunt Kate's notes, she refers to a William Nicol, but she thought it might be Rebecca's father's name. It makes me wonder if William also came here and Kate assumed he was named after his father.

I visit friends in Sterling nearly every summer so I hope to track more down next year. What do you think?

Connie

Rebecca married Samuel Fauver. Samuel was born on 1 Jun 1797 in Jersey City and died on 30 Jan 1891 in La Crosse at age 93.

62. Joseph Benton Armentrout, son of Peter Ermentraudt Jr. and Catherine Leonard, was born on 1 Mar 1806 in Rockingham Co, VA and died on 31 Jul 1865 in Duncan, IL at age 59.

General Notes: He was a small boy about 11 years of age when his father moved the family from Virginia to Fairfield County Ohio.

Research Notes: Name: Nicholas Armentrout
Sex: M
Birth: 15 AUG 1780 in Rock Co., Virginia
Death: 28 SEP 1828 in Rock Co., Virginia

Father: John Emerick Ermentrout b: 22 FEB 1746/47 in Lancaster Berks Stouchsburg, Pennsylvania
Mother: Mary Catherine Miller b: ABT. 1749

Marriage 1 Esta Eve Beale b: ABT. 1775 in Maryland
Married: 5 MAY 1802 in Rock Co., Virginia
Children
Mary Armentrout b: 1803
Joseph A. Armentrout b: 1804
Thomas H. Armentrout b: 1806
David A. Armentrout b: 1809
Elizabeth Armentrout b: 1813
Dianna Armentrout b: 1818
Percella Armentrout b: 1823

Noted events in his life were:

• resided: 1829, Stark Co., IL. near Nauvoo

• Moved: 1836. Moved in a covered wagon from Illinois to Iowa and later moved back

• Census: 1840, Rush Creek, Fairfield, OH. Arminlraat, Joseph
State: Ohio Year: 1840
County: Fairfield Roll: M704_394
Township: Rush Creek Page: 399
Image: 327

• Census: 1850, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL. 1835 1838
Joseph Armentrout 40 m farmer Penn
Abagail 40 f penn
Mary 20 f Ohio
Louisa 16 f Ohio
Joseph 13 m Ohio
moses 10 m Ohio
Catharane 8 f Ohio
Bebecca 6 f Ohio
Sarah 4 f Iowa
Abby J 2 f Iowa

• Census: 1852, Sugar Creek Twp, Cedar, IA. Armentrout, Joseph

State: Iowa Year: 1852
County: Cedar Roll: M432_182
Township: Sugar Creek Twp Page: 23
Image: 45

• Alt Death: 31 Jul 1863, Springtown, IL.

Joseph married Abagail Lasley on 12 Mar 1829 in Fairfield County, Ohio. Abagail was born on 11 Nov 1811 and died on 24 Aug 1853 in Iowaville, IA at age 41.

Marriage Notes: Joseph Armentrout found in:
Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850
Married: Mar 11, 1829 in: Fairfield Co., OH
Spouse: Lasly, Abigail
Gender: M More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s 0295268-0295269.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lucinda Amelia Armentrout was born on 22 Mar 1831 in OH and died on 28 Dec 1897 in Portland, Clackamas Co., Oregon at age 66.

         ii.  Mary Elizabeth Armentrout was born on 22 Oct 1833 in Navarre, Stark, OH and died on 1 Jul 1907 in Tillamook< OR at age 73.

        iii.  Louisa Ann Armentrout was born on 5 Oct 1835 in OH and died on 21 Dec 1915 in Corvallis, Oregon at age 80.

         iv.  Joseph Benjamine Armentrout was born on 20 Sep 1838 in Farifield Co, OH and died on 4 Feb 1920 in Chillicothe, IL at age 81.

          v.  Moses Lasley Armentrout was born in 1840 in OH.

         vi.  Catherine Eby Armentrout was born in 1842 in OH.

31      vii.  Rebecca Belle Armentrout 71 (born on 24 Aug 1844 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA - died on 25 Nov 1934 in Bangor, La Crosse Co., Wisc. Burns Cem.)

       viii.  Sarah Ellen Armentrout was born on 6 Nov 1846 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA and died on 26 Jul 1925 in Portland, Oregon at age 78.

         ix.  Abagail Jane Armentrout was born in 1849 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA and died on 22 Oct 1929 at age 80.

          x.  Samatha Armentrout was born in 1851 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, IA.


63. Abagail Lasley, daughter of David Lasley and CATHERINE Eby, was born on 11 Nov 1811 and died on 24 Aug 1853 in Iowaville, IA at age 41.

Burial Notes: 35 miles south of Iowaville
35 miles south of Iowaville

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 11 Nov 1812, OH.

• Alt Birth: 24 Nov 1814.

Abagail married Joseph Benton Armentrout on 12 Mar 1829 in Fairfield County, Ohio. Joseph was born on 1 Mar 1806 in Rockingham Co, VA and died on 31 Jul 1865 in Duncan, IL at age 59.
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64. Heinrich 'Henry' Rader Sr,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91 son of Johan Casper Rader Sr and Regina 'Rachel' Gerhardt, was born on 1 Jan 1768 in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,92,93 died on 1 Sep 1851 in Timber Ridge, Greene, Tennessee, United States92 at age 83, and was buried in Time, Pike Co, IL. Other names for Heinrich were @I509003@, Henry Rader Sr,93, and94 Johan Casper Rotter.

Death Notes: Heinrich died September 1, 1851 in Greene Co, TN, at 83 years of age. His body was interred in Timber Ridge, Greene Co, TN

General Notes: References:

1. Greene County, Tennessee deed book volumn 2, page 13 dated Novembe r 15, 1843.
2. Greene County, Tennessee deed book 25, page 470 dated October 16, 1852.
3. Greene County, Tennessee Settlements volumn June 1855 to December 1869, page 167 and 168, dated 11/30/1859.
4. Wythe County, Virginia Deed Book No. 2, page 277 dated 1798. Also f ound in "1800 Tax Lists & Abstracts of Deeds, 1796-1800, of Wythe Coun ty, Virginia", by Netti Schreiner-Yan
tis, 1971.
5. Greene County, Tennessee deed book number 7, pages 50 and 54 respectively.
6. Greene County, Tennesee Tax List.
7. Greene County, Tennessee Inventory of Estates, Vol. 1843-1854, pag e 484-487.
8. Greene County, Tennessee County Court Minutes, Vol. 1849-1854, pag e 174, dated 9/1/1851.
9. Greene county, Tennessee County Court Minutes, Vol. 1849-1854, pag e 188 and 265, dated 10/6/1851 and 4/5/1852 respectively.
Farmer


Henry was in GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE as early as 1804 and possibly sooner. On September 26, 1804 Henry witnessed the land deed of his brother Phillip Rader and on November 14, 1805 he witnessed the
land deed of his brother Jacob Rader(GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE deed book number 7, pages 50 and 54 respectively).



Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 1766, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

• Alt Birth: Abt 1 Jan 1768, Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. 95

• Tax list: 1788, Montgomery County, Virginia.

• resided: 17 Feb 1790, Wythe County, Virginia. Henry was living on Reed Creek and the Crab Orchard Fork of Little Walker's Creek. At this time he owned one horse and had no male s in his household over 16 years of age.

• Land: 12 Sep 1795, Wythe Co, TN. Wythe County Deed Book 1 - Henrey Reder and Caty sold to Varner Knipp, 100 acres Reed Creek, branch of New River, on the north side of Pine Ridge between the land of Jacob Plessley [Blessing] and Jacob Pruner.

• Land: Jul 1796, Wythe County, Virginia. Henry and Catherine Etter Rader - Land Grants at Richmond, VA (Virginia State Library Card File:) Grant 34 - p. 402 Rader, Henry * JUL 1796 Montgomery Co., VA. 33 acres on Crockett's Branch, waters of Cove Cr., a branch of Reed Creek. Grant 49 - p. 58 Rader, Henry

• Land: 11 Jun 1798, Wythe County, Virginia. In Henry Rider and his wife Catherine sold 20 acres of land to John Erwin located on a branch of Reed Creek called Dry Run located in Wythe County, Virginia
. Apparently HENRY and CATHERINE started planning the move to Tennessee when in 1798 Henry and his wife Catherine sold 20 acres of land to John Erwin located on a branch of Reed Creek in Wythe County, Virginia(Wythe county Deed Book No. 2, page 277 dated 1798) HENRY and JOHN, JACOB, and PHILLIP, plus PETER ETTER and JOHN ETTER were making land purchases in Greene County from 1798 to 1804 when HENRY and CATHERINE actually made the move.

• Tax list: 1800, Wythe County, Virginia. Henry was listed in the tax list with one male over 16 and owned three horses and no slaves.

• Land: 16 Apr 1801, Wythe County, Virginia. (2 grants ) 1. 50 acres on waters of Reed Creek adjoining Jacob Darter and his own land. 2. 55 acres on Reed Creek adj. Erwin, Guillion, Plessey and extending

Grant 49 - p. 58 Rader, Henry 16 APR 1801 WYTHE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

• Land: 1802, Wythe County, Virginia. They sold three pieces of property (DB 3, p. 325, p. 214, 125)

• Religion: 1804, Greene County, Tennessee. HENRY and CATHERINE were early if not original members of the Sinking Springs Lutheran Church. Their family page is number 7 in the church register, where five baptisms of their children are listed. They may have changed to another church as they do not appear in the communion lists after those early years.

• Land: 26 Sep 1804, Greene County, Tennessee. Henry was in Greene County, Tennessee as early as 1804 and possibly sooner. On September 26, 1804 Henry witnessed the land deed of his brother Phillip Rader and on November 14, 1805 he witnessed the land deed of his brother Jacob Rader(Greene County, Tennessee deed book number 7, pages 50 and 54 respectively). They settled on Lick Creek in the western part of Greene County.

• Land: 14 Nov 1805, Greene County, Tennessee. he witnessed the land deed of his brother Jacob Rader

• Land: 1809, Greene County, Tennessee. In 1809 Henry was living in Captain Joseph Kirk's district in Greene County, Tennessee and owned 105 acres of land.
He purchased land adjoining JACOB RADER and JOHN ETTER on the north side of Lick Creek. He sold 105 acres to same JOHN ETTER in 1809 and moved less than a half of a mile West near the are called Payne (it is now called Mohawk), where he was a highly successful farmer.
From 1810 through 1815 he was living in the same district and owned 240 acres of land.

• Land: 1810, Greene County, Tennessee. From 1810 through 1815 he was living in the same district and owned 240 acres of land. He purchased 3 parcels and sold #2398 right away to Etter.
He purchased two from Henry Cross #1326A and #1326B 9 Jan 1810.

• Land: 1810, Lick Creek Valley, Greene County Tennessee.

• Land: 9 Jan 1810, Mohawk , Greene County, Tennessee. Greene county Deed book 9 page 36 Andrew McPherron sold 140 acres to Henry #313, and also #313b 146 Acres

• Land: 1811, Lick Creek Valley, Greene County Tennessee.

• Land: 1812, Lick Creek Valley, Greene County Tennessee.

• Land: 1813, Lick Creek Valley, Greene County Tennessee. Henry settled on the Lick Creek 240 acres before 1810. He paid taxes on both pieces of land through 1835 or later. He paid taves on 132 acres from 1840 through 1851 with 2 salves.

• Land: 15 Dec 1815, Wythe County, Virginia. They sold three pieces of property in Wythe County in 1802 (DB 3, p. 325, p. 214, 125) and made a final sale 15 DEC 1815 which was probably his share of his father's estate. (DB 6, 373)

• Census: 1830, Greene County, Tennessee. All of the Reader/Rader families in the Greene Co. TN 1830 Federal Census

READER, CASPAR, 188 --- 10001 - 10001
READER, ELIZABETH, 192 --- 0011 - 0000001
READER, HENRY, 192 --- 000120001 - 00111001 3 slaves
READER, JACOB, 161 --- 222001 - 000001
READER, JESSE, 192 --- 00001 - 11001
READER, JOHN, 188 --- 01110001 - 00211001
READER, JOHN, 193 --- 230001 - 000001
READER, JOSEPH, 192 --- 10001 - 00001
READER, WILLIAM, 186 --- 210001 - 01001
READER, WILLIAM, 192 --- 110001 - 010001

RITTER, DANIEL, 209 --- 001220001 - 01011001
RITTER, HENRY, 207 --- 020001 - 111001

RUDDER, ALEX, 191 --- 110001 - 211001

• Land: 1840, Greene County, Tennessee. In 1840 and 1847 Henry was living in district number 6 in Greene County, Tennessee and owned 132 acres of land.

Henry had sold one of his slaves named Jane to his son Andrew Rader (Greene County, Tennessee deed book volume 2, page 13 dated November 15, 1843).

• Property: 15 Nov 1843, Greene County, Tennessee. Henry had sold one of his slaves named Jane to his son Andrew Rader (GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE deed book volume 2, page 13 dated ).

• Will: 21 Dec 1846, Greene County, Tennessee. 76,94 Henry wrote his Will December 21, 1846
Henry Rader wrote his will December 21, 1846; it was probated September 1, 1851. $2400 It reads as follows:

I, Henry Rader, do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time made. First--I direct that my funeral expenses and all my debts be paid as soon after my death as possible out of any money that I may die possessed of or may first come into the hands of my executor. Secondly--That my beloved wife, CATHARINE, remain on the premises including the dwelling house where I now live during her natural life and that she shall have the use of my lands that I may die possessed of, and that my slaves, namely, Alfred, Mariah and Ellis remain with my beloved wife on the plantation to help to support her during her natural life, and that my personal property also remain with her for her use during her life, except so much thereof as will be sufficient to defray my funeral expenses and debts as above stated. Thirdly--That as soon as possible after the death of my wife, CATHERINE, I direct that my slaves, namely, Alfred, Mariah and Ellis be set free. Fourthly--That all the personal property belonging to my estate after the death of my wife to be sold on a twelve month credit and also the lands that I may die possessed of on a twelve month credit or two years as my executor may think best for the best interest of my heirs. Fifthly--That an equal distribution be made of my estate among all my lawful heirs without distinction, taking into view what small part some of them have received, except my son HENRY RADER I direct that he shall have one dollar out of my estate to his share and no more. The balance that will be coming to my daughter, MARY LAUCHNER to be equally divided among her lawful heirs born of her own body, except her son, DANIEL LAUCHNER, I direct that he shall not have anything. Sixthly--A schedule or memorandum of the amount of what some of my heirs has received out of their part. My daughter, MARY LAUCHNER has received $123.25 My son, JOHN RADER has received 62.00 My daughter, ELIZABETH BOWERS has received 132.80 My daughter, RACHEL BASINGER has received $110.00 My son, CASPER RADER, has received 38.00 My daughter, CATHERINE SMITH has received 93.00 My daughter, ISABELLA has received 95.00 Seventhly, It is my desire that this my last will and testament be carried into effect and Lastly--I do hereby nominate and appoint my son, WILLIAM RADER, my executor. In witness whereof I do to this my will set my hand this 21st day of December 1846. Attest: 21st day of December 1846 WILLIAM RADER Valentine S. Rader

and was probated in Greene Coun ty, Tennessee September 1, 1851
The Will mentioned wife Catherine, sons: Henry, John, Casper, Dani el, William; daughters: Elizabeth Bowers, Rachel Basinger, Catherine S mith, Isabella Smith, and Mary Lauchner. Son William was executor, witnessed by William Rader, Valentine S. Rader and Bondsman William Rader of Jacob. The Will also directed that Henry's slaves were to be set free after his death. William Rader, son of Henry, apparently renounced his executorship of the Will of Henry but reconsidered and accepted that position 9/1/1851 with Andrew Rader and William Rader of Jacob his security

• Property: 1850. VALUE $800.00

• 1850 Census: 11 Oct 1850, Greene County, Tennessee. Henry Rader 82 M none 800 born Pennsylvania
kithy 28 F born N Carolina
Henry Rader son 40 m farmer 1400
Anna 35 F
Powel 6 M
Granville 3 m

• Alt Death: 1 Sep 1851, Greene County, Tennessee. 76 Henry wrote his Will December 21, 1846
and was probated in Greene Coun ty, Tennessee September 1, 1851
The Will mentioned wife Catherine, sons: Henry, John, Casper, Dani el, William; daughters: Elizabeth Bowers, Rachel Basinger, Catherine S mith, Isabella Smith, and Mary Lauchner. Son William was executor, witnessed by William Rader, Valentine S. Rader and Bondsman William Rader of Jacob. The Will also directed that Henry's slaves were to be set free after his death. William Rader, son of Henry, apparently renounced his executorship of the Will of Henry but reconsidered and accepted that position 9/1/1851 with Andrew Rader and William Rader of Jacob his security

• Probate: 25 Sep 1851, , Greene, Tennessee, USA. 93 Henry's real estate property was sold at auction, as directed by his W ill, on September 25, 1851 [2]. The personal property of Henry was sold at public auction and the results recorded December 1, 1851 [7]. Henry's Will indicated that his heirs were to share equally from the p roceeds of his personal estate as directed by his Will. Henry's Will indicated that his daughter Mary Laughner had already received $123.25 (her son Daniel was not to receive anything according to the Will), son John had already received $62.00, daughter Elizabeth Bowers had reseived $132.80, daughter Rachel Baysinger had received $110.00, son Casper had received $38.00, daughter Catherine Smith had received $93.00, daughter Isabella Smith had received $95.00, son Henry to receive only $1.00. This meant that each of these heirs would have their proceeds reduced by these amounts. As shown by the Inventory of Henry's Estate, the amont from the sale was $1316.95 [7] which was divided among the heirs as indicated in the settlement document [3]. Henry had 11 children but son Henry was to receive only $1.00 which amounted to each of the other children of Henry receiving aproximately $181.70. Using this as a guide, Mary Laughner's heirs can be identified as those receiving $6.38 per person (excluding Daniel) and John Rader heirs can be identified as those receiving $11.57 per person. Henry's slaves Alfred and his wife Mariah and their children Ellis an d Martha Ann were set free April 5, 1852 as directed by Henry's Will and were allowed to remain ion the State of Tennessee for a period of three years. Security was provided by William H. Glasscock, George Jackson, Henry Rader, Martram V. Glasscock and Leland Davis [9]

• Property: 5 Apr 1852, Greene County, Tennessee. Henry's slaves Alfred and his wife Mariah and their children Ellis an d Martha Ann were set free April 5, 1852 as directed by Henry's Will a nd were allowed to remain ion the State of Tennessee for a period of t hree years. Security was provided by William H. Glasscock, George Jack son, Henry Rader, Martram V. Glasscock and Leland Davis [9].

• Probate: 5 Dec 1859, Greene County, Tennessee. Henry's property was sold at auction, as directed by his Will, on September 25, 1851(Greene County, Tennessee deed book 25, page 470 dated October 16, 1852). Henry's estate was divided among his heirs on December 5, 1859(Greene County, Tennessee Settlements volume June 1855 to December 1869, page 167). In this settlement each heir mentioned in Henry's Will received an equal share of approximately 181 dollars except those specifically exempted by the Will. Henry did not mention his sons Daniel and Andrew Rader in his Will but each received an equal heirs share in the settlement. The settlement also listed Henry's grandchildren by his deceased daughters Mary Rader Laughner and Catherine Rader Smith.

Heinrich married Catherine Etter 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,94 on 14 Dec 1790 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia 76,91,92.,94 Catherine was born about 1772 in Lebanon, PA,91,92,93,94,95 died about 1847 in Greene County, Tennessee76,91,92,93,94 about age 75, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Other names for Catherine were Catherine Etter and91 Catherine Propts.

Marriage Notes: Married by John Stanger, Minister of the Gospel.. "Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800", by Lewis Preston Summers, part 2 of Vol. 1.2. "Wythe County Marriages, 1790-1850", by John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr.1. "Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800", by Lewis Preston Summers, part 2 of Vol. 1.2. "Wythe County Marriages, 1790-1850", by John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr.
The record of the marriage of Henry and Etter,Catherine is recorded in the "Annals of Southwest Virginia 1769-1800" by Lewis Preston Summers, part two of volume one. They were married by John Stanger, minister of the gospel.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Seal: REV. JOHN STANGER

• Alt Marriage: 14 Dec 1790, , Rev John Stanger, Wythe, Virginia.

• Alt Marriage: 11 Feb 1813, Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,91,96 was born on 11 Sep 1793 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia,91 died on 8 Nov 1839 in Caney Branch, Greene, Tennessee, USA91 at age 46, and was buried in Old St. James, Lutheran.

         ii.  Mary Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born about 1794 in Wythe County, Virginia and died on 6 Mar 1848 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 54.

        iii.  Elizabeth 'Betsey' Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,93 was born on 15 Apr 1795 in Wythe County, Virginia,93 died on 29 Sep 1866 in Warrensburg, Greene Co, TN at age 71, and was buried in Sinking Springs, Lutheran, Greene Co, TN.

32       iv.  William W. Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 (born on 15 Jun 1798 in Wythe County, Virginia - died on 16 Apr 1880 in Greene County, Tennessee)

          v.  Casper J. Rader Jr. 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 19 Apr 1801 in Greene County, Tennessee, was christened in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, died on 6 Oct 1883 in Brizil, Clay Co, IN, Or MO97 at age 82, and was buried in 1883 in Mc Cullough, Washington Twp, Potnam Co, IN.

         vi.  Rachel Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born about 1803 in Wythe County, Virginia and died in 1855 in Williamson Co, IL about age 52.

        vii.  Daniel Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 9 Jan 1808 in Greene County, Tennessee, was christened in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, and died on 25 Jul 1854 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 46.

       viii.  Henry Thomas Rader Jr. 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 28 May 1810 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA and died on 3 Jul 1860 in , , KY., USA at age 50.

         ix.  Andrew W. S Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 23 Nov 1812 in Greene County, Tennessee,76,98 died on 10 Sep 1889 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 76, and was buried in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee.75

          x.  Catherine M. Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 19 Jan 1816 in Sinking Springs, Greene County, Tennessee, was christened in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, and died before 1859 in Greene County, Tennessee.

         xi.  Issabella Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 24 Jun 1819 in Greene County, Tennessee, was christened in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, and died on 1 Sep 1879 at age 60. Other names for Issabella were Isabell Rader and Isabelle Rader.

        xii.  Johannes Pieter Richard Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born on 2 Jun 1820 in , Greene, Tennessee, USA, was christened on 2 Jul 1820 in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, and died on 2 Jun 1820 in Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Johannes was John Peter Richard Rader.

Heinrich next married Catherine Propts on 11 Feb 1813 in VA.

Marriage Notes: THis does not seem to be correct because his filst wife lived until 1847

General Notes: Henry could have remarried to a lady named Kithy, born in North Carolina in 1822. She was listed in his household in the 1850 census.


65. Catherine Etter,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,94 daughter of Daniel Etter and Mary Magdalen Rein, was born about 1772 in Lebanon, PA,91,92,93,94,95 died about 1847 in Greene County, Tennessee76,91,92,93,94 about age 75, and was buried in Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Other names for Catherine were Catherine Etter and91 Catherine Propts.

General Notes: He married Catherine Etter. Catherine was born circa 1772 in Lebanon, PA. Catherine was the daughter of Daniel Etter and Mary Magdalen Rein (Disputed). Catherine died circa 1847 in Greene Co, TN. Her body was interred Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Green Co. TN.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: Abt 1772, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.

• Census: 1840. GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE PAGE 77

Catherine married Heinrich 'Henry' Rader Sr 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91 on 14 Dec 1790 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia 76,91,92.,94 Heinrich was born on 1 Jan 1768 in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,92,93 died on 1 Sep 1851 in Timber Ridge, Greene, Tennessee, United States92 at age 83, and was buried in Time, Pike Co, IL. Other names for Heinrich were @I509003@, Henry Rader Sr,93, and94 Johan Casper Rotter.

66. Joseph Hauff, son of Andrew Hauff and Barbara Hauff, was born on 21 Apr 1781 in Pennsylvania, died on 5 May 1852 in Ely, Green, TN at age 71, and was buried in Ely Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

General Notes:
The record for Joseph is from the records of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Marshall of Maryville, TN. She is a direct descendant
of Joseph Hauff. They found the original tombstone in a ditch
near the small cemetery by the Susong memorial church. This
author visited the cemetrey in Oct 1990 with minnie Reynolds
who was raised on the hill above the cemetery in the early
1900's. The stone was still in the ditch and now quite
unreadable.
Granville W. Hough's book lists on page 131 Joseph Huff,
born 1781, and wife Margaret were living with son Eli in Greene
Co., TN The will of Joseph Huff (Hauff) 7 June 1852 $900
Wife, Margaret, to use and distribute furniture of every kind,
7 sheep, horses, cows etc. wheat to be cleaned. Children:
Elias, Barbary Rader, Sally Welty, Peter and Elizabeth Welty,
Andrew Jackson and William Huff. (Elias Welty has inability).
Executors: William Hauff, son-in-law William Rader, William B.
Hudson, Alfred Brumley. Will dated: 20 February 1852.
Witnesses: William B. Hutson, Cla?na? Kifer. signed: Joseph
Hauff (his mark x)

Noted events in his life were:

• Census: 1824, Left VA And Went.

• Census: 1850. 99 With Wife, Margaret And, Son Eli

Joseph married Margaret Smith in 1824 in , , Virginia, USA. Margaret was born in 1785 in Pennsylvania and died in Greene, , Tennessee, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

33        i.  Barbara Hauff 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 (born on 19 May 1803 in VA - died on 24 Apr 1883 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee)

         ii.  Sarah 'Sally' Huff was born on 21 Jun 1805 in Virginia, died on 8 Jan 1875 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 69, and was buried in Cross Anchor, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Sarah was Sarah "Sally" Hauff.

        iii.  Elias Huff was born in 1807 in VA.

         iv.  Elizabeth Huff was born on 14 May 1814 in Virginia and died on 3 Sep 1858 in Mississippi at age 44. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Hauff.

          v.  Peter Huff was born on 21 Aug 1810 in Keezletown, Rockingham Co, VA,61 died on 27 Sep 1889 in Hauff, Greene Co, TN at age 79, and was buried in Hauff Cem, Near Hunt's Chap.61 Another name for Peter was Peter Hauff.

         vi.  Andrew Jackson Huff was born in 1816 in Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Andrew was Andrew Jackson Hauff.

        vii.  William Huff was born on 14 Jun 1818 in Greene County, Tennessee61 and died on 17 Feb 1883 in Timber Ridge, Greene County, Tennessee at age 64. Another name for William was William Hauff.


67. Margaret Smith was born in 1785 in Pennsylvania and died in Greene, , Tennessee, USA.

Noted events in her life were:

• Census: 1870. DISTRICT 25, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE LINE 55

Margaret married Joseph Hauff in 1824 in , , Virginia, USA. Joseph was born on 21 Apr 1781 in Pennsylvania, died on 5 May 1852 in Ely, Green, TN at age 71, and was buried in Ely Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

68. Christian Bower Jr.,79 son of Christian Bauer Sr. and Maria Elizabeth Schindeldecker, was born on 26 Nov 1768 in Pennsylvania, died on 3 Feb 1830 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 61, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 1769, PA. 79

• Alt. Birth: 1769, , Shenandoah, Virginia, USA.

Christian married Elizabeth Andes 79 on 26 Nov 1795 in Rockingham Co, VA.79 Elizabeth was born on 5 Jul 1775 in Timberville, Rockingham, Virginia, USA,79 died in Aug 1846 in Greene County, Tennessee79 at age 71, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jonas Bowers 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,79,93 was born on 31 Aug 1796 in Timberville, Rockingham, Virginia, USA,79,93 died on 21 Dec 1838 in Greene County, Tennessee79,93 at age 42, and was buried in , Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee.

         ii.  Regina Bower 79 was born on 16 Sep 1797 in Warrensburg, VA79 and died on 16 Aug 1867 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 69.

        iii.  Philipina 'Phebe' Bower was born on 16 Sep 1797 in Virginia, died on 7 May 1881 in Cross Anchor, Greene County, Tennessee at age 83, and was buried in Cross Anchor Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

         iv.  Phebe Bowers 79 was born in 180079 and died WFT Est 1801-189479 at age 1.

          v.  Lydia Bower 79 was born in 1802.79

34       vi.  Joel Bowers 79 (born on 11 Nov 1803 in Greene County, Tennessee - died on 21 May 1853 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN)

        vii.  Mary Magdalene 'Polly' Bowers was born on 11 Nov 1805 in Greene County, Tennessee,79 died on 8 Jun 1869 in Gum Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 63, and was buried in Gum Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for Mary was Mary M. Bower.79

       viii.  John Bower 79 was born on 27 Jul 1809 in Greene County, Tennessee,79 died on 28 Dec 1875 in Greene County, Tennessee79 at age 66, and was buried in Gum Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee. Another name for John was John Bowers.

         ix.  Ursla Bowers was born on 14 Oct 1814 in Greene County, Tennessee and died on 7 Feb 1830 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 15.

          x.  Christian Bowers Jr 79 was born in 181079 and died WFT Est 1797-189779 at age -13.

         xi.  Elizabeth Bowers 79 was born on 9 Mar 1806 in Greene County, Tennessee79 and died before 1847 in Greene County, Tennessee.79


69. Elizabeth Andes,79 daughter of Andreas 'Andrew' Andes (Antes) and Barbara Bear, was born on 5 Jul 1775 in Timberville, Rockingham, Virginia, USA,79 died in Aug 1846 in Greene County, Tennessee79 at age 71, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

Elizabeth married Christian Bower Jr. 79 on 26 Nov 1795 in Rockingham Co, VA.79 Christian was born on 26 Nov 1768 in Pennsylvania, died on 3 Feb 1830 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN79 at age 61, and was buried in Sinking Springs Cemetery, Greene County, Tennessee.

70. John 'Chucklehead' Freshour Jr. son of John Freshour and Eave, was born in 1784 in Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA and died on 16 Nov 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 86.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Death: 1867.

• Alt. Death: 24 Jan 1870, Greene County, Tennessee.

John married Margaret 'Mollena' Poly Peters on 22 Dec 1808 in Greene County, Tennessee. Margaret was born in 1793 and died after 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt Marriage: 22 Mar 1808, Greene County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

35        i.  Elizabeth Freshour (born on 13 Jan 1810 in Cedar Creek, Greene, Tennessee, USA - died on 12 Feb 1873 in Sinking Springs, Greene, Tennessee, USA)

         ii.  Jacob A. Freshour was born on 28 Mar 1815 in Greene County, Tennessee and died in 1940 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 125.

        iii.  Samuel Freshour was born about 1815 in Greene County, Tennessee.

         iv.  Catherine Freshour was born on 8 Aug 1816 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 3 Jun 1865 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 48, and was buried in St. James Cemetery, Greene County Tennessee.

          v.  Joseph Freshour was born in 1825 in Greene County, Tennessee.

         vi.  John C. Freshour III was born on 10 Jan 1828 in Greene County, Tennessee and died about 1910 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 82.

        vii.  Andrew Freshour was born in 1830 in Greene County, Tennessee.

       viii.  Iraneous Freshour was born in 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee.

         ix.  Lavinia Freshour was born in 1841.

          x.  Philip Freshour was born on 16 Nov 1835 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 28 Apr 1850 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 14, and was buried in St. James Cemetery, Greene County Tennessee.

John next married Elizabeth Smith on 8 Aug 1811 in Greene County, Tennessee.


71. Margaret 'Mollena' Poly Peters, daughter of Abraham Peters and Christina Peters, was born in 1793 and died after 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1790.

• Alt. Death: 1860.

Margaret married John 'Chucklehead' Freshour Jr. on 22 Dec 1808 in Greene County, Tennessee. John was born in 1784 in Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA and died on 16 Nov 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 86.

Margaret next married John Freshour. John was born in 1800.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jacob Freshour was born on 28 Mar 1814 and died on 5 Oct 1840 at age 26.

         ii.  Catherine Freshour was born on 8 Aug 1816 in Greene County, Tennessee, died on 3 Jun 1865 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 48, and was buried in St. James Cemetery, Greene County Tennessee.


76. William Scarbrough,62,63 son of Robert Scarborough and Mary Bailey, was born in 1753 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA and died on 11 Jun 1830 in Knox County, TN at age 77. Another name for William was William Scarborough.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 17 Jun 1830, , Knox, Tennessee, USA.

William married Mahala Wood 62,63 about 1773 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA. Mahala was born about 1755 in Greenbrier, , Virginia, USA and died on 2 Jul 1847 in Anderson, , Tennessee, USA about age 92.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1774 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 24 Feb 1814 in Rockcastle County, KY about age 40.

         ii.  James Gantzer Scarbrough 62,63 was born on 5 Nov 1775 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 20 Apr 1864 in Clifty, TN at age 88.

        iii.  John Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1777 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 8 Aug 1831 in Anderson County, TN about age 54.

         iv.  Rachel Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1778 in Greenbrier County, VA.

          v.  Prudence Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1780 and died in 1806 in White County, TN about age 26.

         vi.  Robert Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1780 in Greenbrier County, VA and died in 1845 in Weakley County, TN about age 65.

        vii.  Agnes Scarbrough 62,63 was born on 3 Feb 1787 in Greenbrier County, VA and died on 14 Jun 1863 in Roane County, TN at age 76.

       viii.  Isaac Scarbrough 62,63 was born in 1794 in VA.

38       ix.  Jonathan Lupton Scarborough 62,63 (born on 2 Jul 1795 in Greenbrier County, VA - died on 22 Dec 1867 in Pine Ridge, Anderson County, TN)


77. Mahala Wood,62,63 daughter of John Wood and Agnes ?, was born about 1755 in Greenbrier, , Virginia, USA and died on 2 Jul 1847 in Anderson, , Tennessee, USA about age 92.

Mahala married William Scarbrough 62,63 about 1773 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA. William was born in 1753 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA and died on 11 Jun 1830 in Knox County, TN at age 77. Another name for William was William Scarborough.

80. John Duff,14,100,101,102,103 son of William B. Duff and Agnes Thatcher, was born about 1784 in Washington County, Virginia and died on 13 Nov 1829 in Monroe County, Tennessee about age 45.

General Notes: Moved to Monroe Co., TN spring of 1824, settling near Tellico Plains. Owned 640 acres, co owned with Nicholas S. Peck. Sold 315 acres to thomas White Nov 1827. Land inherited from a Willis to Duff and Peck. Land inherited from a Willis to Duff and Peck.
John C. Duff of Bradley Co., sold to A.L. Henderson of Monroe co. 1820-1870 Vol 1&2 TN records Deed book R #149, 5 sep 1857. On Sinkhole Creek and Tellico River adjoining John Welier, Mochn McAdamsn and Jacob Peck. Hist of TN Goodspeed pubs, Geneas. families Haynes, Alexander Doran Duff.
Alt. Death: 23 Nov 1829 Monroe, , Tennessee, USA

Noted events in his life were:

• Researcher: 16. JOHN JR. AND SARAH (HAYNES) DUFF

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FROM THIS FAMILY COMES THE OTHER PART OF THE “Leaf” :
“DUFF to McDUFFEE on one Leaf”

I do hope this will not become too confusing. Remember, the number in front of a name will be continued if there is a + in front of the number. The McDUFFEE leaf starts with record num­ber 84. Example: [ + 84 iii James H. DUFF-McDUFFEE was born December 27, 1811.] The (+) means there is more information on record (84), (iii) the third child of this fam­ily. To find James H. DUFF-McDUFFEE find record 84 and his information will then be listed.
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16. John3 DUFF JR. (William2, Samuel1) was born in Washington Co., VA About 1784. John died November 1829 in Monroe, Co., TN, at 45 years of age. His body was interred in Mt. Vernon, Monroe Co., TN. He married Sarah HAYNES in Washington Co., VA, September 4, 1806. Sarah was born in Virginia January 1, 1785. John was known as a “Junior”. This I believe was because he had an Uncle named John or one of his cousins John, this was done to elimi­nate confusion at that time. {And create more confusion for me.} This was not uncommon for that time era.
The 1810 census records for Washington County, Virginia have John DUFF Jr. listed on page 214 with 2 males under age 10, 1 male age 26 to 45, and 1 female age 16 to 26. I found no John DUFF Sr. listed in the 1810 census, but there is a John DUFF listed in Frederick County, Virginia. The 1820 Census has John DUFF Jr. listed on page 205, and John DUFF Sr. is also listed on page 205, plus another John DUFF is listed on page 205, this makes three John DUFFS living in close proximity to each other, another John DUFF is listed in this census in Augusta County, Virginia. The 1830 census for Washington County has John DUFF Sr. and John N. DUFF listed on page 242. The 1830 census for Monroe County, Tennessee has Sarah DUFF listed on page 156, this is John DUFF Jr.'s widow as he left Virginia in 1824 and settled in Monroe County, Tennessee and died November 1829 in Monroe County, Now, one can see how difficult it is to separate family members and get them in the right family, with the repetitious use of given names and living in such close proximity to each other, and with the use of Senior and Junior even though they were not father and son.
The Washington County marriage record book dated September 4, 1806 on page 108, number 75, is recorded the marriage of John DUFF and Sally HANES. Sally is the nickname for Sarah and I believe the recorder spelled her surname incorrectly as all other records indicates her name was spelled HAYNES. I have corresponded with people who say that the family bible of William and Agnes has son John marrying Sarah HAYNES. I do not know who is presently in possession of this bible and I have not seen it personally.
I have tried to find parentage for Sarah HAYNES and have had very little luck. The only thing I have found concerns what I believe to be her sister, Abigail HAYNES. Abigail married John S. DUFF a son of John and Margaret (BROWN) DUFF, talk about confusion to separate John DUFFS and HAYNES'.

John became the father of Jacob Nelson DUFF in Washington Co., VA, about 1807. John became the father of William Carson DUFF in Washington Co., VA, about 1809. At 27 years of age John became the father of James H. DUFF-MCDUFFEE in Washington Co., VA, December 27 1811. At 29 years of age John became the father of Mary Jane DUFF in Wash­ington Co., VA, April 20, 1814. John became the father of Abraham Samuel DUFF in Wash­ing­ton Co., VA, about 1819. John became the father of Malinda B. DUFF in Washington Co., VA, about 1821. At 42 years of age John became the father of John Calvin DUFF in Ten­nes­see, April 9, 1827.

John DUFF Jr. and Sarah HAYNES had the following family:

+ 82 i. Jacob Nelson4 DUFF was born about 1807.
+ 83 ii. William Carson DUFF was born about 1809.
+ 84 iii. James H. DUFF-MCDUFFEE was born December 27 1811.
+ 85 iv. Mary Jane DUFF was born April 20, 1814.
+ 86 v. Abraham Samuel DUFF was born about 1819.
87 vi. Malinda B. DUFF was born in Washington Co., VA about 1821. She married
George W. MOORE in Monroe Co., VA, June 11, 1842.
+ 88 vii. John Calvin DUFF was born April 9, 1827.

John and Sarah (HAYNES) DUFF lived in Washington County, Virginia until 1824 when they moved their family to Monroe County, Tennessee, near Tellico Plains, Tennessee.
Here they acquired 640 acres of land, which they co-owned with a Nicholas S. PECK. This land was land opened up with the Hiwassee Purchase of 1823-24. The record for the original purchase of this land has not been located but from the sale of 315 acres of this land, on No­vember 8, 1827 we find the original 640 acres was conveyed to Nicholas S. PECK and John DUFF from the heirs of “WILLIS” from a reservation. This land was the original land of the Cherokee Indians that was forcibly taken with the Hiwassee Purchase and eventually led to the “Trail of Tears” in 1838-39 when the Cherokee Indians were forced to reservations in Oklahoma. This is another story in itself.


I am unsure of the connection between Nicholas S. PECK and John DUFF and I am not sure as to how they acquired this land. The sale of this 315 acres is re­corded in Deed Book D pages 105-06 and must have been the share of Nicholas S. PECK as John and Sarah retained the balance of 325 acres.
Between 1824 and the time of John's death, John and Sarah gained title to some addi­tional 300 acres, making his total estate some 600 plus acres at the time of his death November 1829.
With John being only 45 at the time of his death, cause of his death is unknown to me, leav­ing children ranging in age from 2 to 22 and dying in testate, without a will, this left a big burden on Sarah. She
lived on this Land and raised her family. When her youngest son, John Calvin DUFF, came of age, 21, he began to purchase the heirs rights to this land from his brothers and sisters.
From records we find in Deed Book O page 211 Monroe County, Tennessee, dated January 28 1849, John Calvin DUFF purchased for $50.00 from his brother, Abraham Samuel DUFF, his claim to any rights in John DUFF'S estate.
Then from a hand written document, written by James H. DUFF-McDUFFEE, dated Octo­ber 15, 1849, two days before James H. left Tennessee, John Calvin purchased for $50.00 James' share of this estate. {MORE ON THIS LATER.}
In Deed Bk O on September 17, 1849, John Calvin DUFF purchased the shares of William C. DUFF, Mary A. TAYLOR formerly Mary A. DUFF wife of Hiram F. TAYLOR and Malinda B. MOON formerly Malinda B. DUFF wife of George W. MOON, paying $50.00 for each share.
After John Calvin DUFF purchased the rights of the other surviving heirs he still was un­able to gain sole possession of this land. On May 4, 1858 Sarah and John Calvin DUFF filed with Chancery Court in Madisonville, Tennessee a bond in the amount of $250.00 and a suit to settle estate of John DUFF, this filing is known as Bill 640.
Part of the reason for the length of time taken to settle the estate was due to Sarah not taking action to protect her interest in said estate, thinking she could live out her life on this land without further court action. When she tried to sell part of this land in the late 1840s, through the courts, she found she was not allowed to do so . On March 18, 1852 she was able to get a spe­cial exception for her and John Calvin to sell 125 acres of the estate for $400.00 to John McADAMS, recorded in Deed Book Q page 376 in Monroe County, Tennessee.
Another reason for the length of time it took to settle the estate was due to Jacob Nelson DUFF; “he had been gone from and not heard from” since during the late 1830s when he left the area and for considerations of what he owed his mother, Sarah, and for her raising two of his

three children, verbally gave any claim he might have to his mother. The courts, not accepting a verbal agreement, made Sarah prove Jacob was not coming home and could possibly be de­ceased.
James H. DUFF-McDUFFEE was also another problem, he had left Tennessee October 17, 1849 and had not been heard from. Sarah had to have the courts declare him deceased. On a continuation of Bill 640 dated June 5, 1860 James H. DUFF is declared deceased, thus enabling the courts to finally settle the estate on January 13, 1862, thirty-three years after John DUFF's death.
In 1850 Sarah was living with her son, John Calvin, in Monroe County, in 1860 John Cal­vin is living in Bradley County but Sarah is not listed as living with him, nor could I find her in the 1860 census, I am unsure as to where she was living, it is possible she was missed when the 1860 census was taken. John Calvin moved to Polk County sometime in the 1860s and Sarah was living with him when she died in 1867. Yes, here I am again trying to get information from Polk County, Tennessee. When Suzi and I were there the summer of 1987 one of the prominent people of the area, I'll not give their name, told me that what records were not lost during the Civil War, they seemed to mysteriously disappear after some of the politicians left office, “Nuff Said”
____________________ ___________________
ORIGINAL BILL NO. 640 John C. and Sarah DUFF
Filed May 4, 1858 vs.
Madisonville, Tennessee.... James H. Duff et al.........
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To the Chancellor for the Fifth Chancery Division of the State of Tennessee setting in Chancery at Madisonville.
Your Orator John C. DUFF and Sarah DUFF citizens of the county of Bradley and State of afore­said show unto your Honor that John DUFF departed this life in testate in the county of Monroe and State aforesaid in the month of November in the year 1829. Seized and possessed in fee Simple of the follow­ing described land, to wit 316 acres lying in the county of Monroe and State of Tennessee, Hiwassee dis­trict and situated in the 3rd Range East of the Meridian 3rd township and 9th section and the north east quarter of said section and 156 acres off of the north west quarter of said section. Beginning at the northeast corner of the said first mentioned quarter.
Your oratrix is the widow of the said John DUFF, deceased, and your orator is a son and heir at law of the said John DUFF. The said John DUFF left seven children, his heir at law and your oratrix pur­chased all of their undivided interest in said land except Jacob N. DUFF'S interest. Your orator pur­chased the undivided interest of James H. DUFF and of said heirs in and to said land on the 15th day of October 1849 and took a deed for the same. Which deed is marked as exhibit (A) and made a part of this bill and by neglect of the party no subscribing witnesses been called wherefore said deed has never been registered though your Orator has had the possession of said land before that date and since claiming the land.
The said James H. left the state just after the date of said deed and has not been heard of since. The said James H. DUFF left a wife and five children all of who reside in Texas, to wit Washington, John Hilliard, William and Adeline DUFF and Emaline, his wife. All of said children are minors and have no guardian.
Your Oratrix, Sarah DUFF, further shows unto your Honor that Jacob N. DUFF one of the children and heir at law of the said John DUFF, deceased, owed your Oratrix one hundred dollars or about that sum for keeping and taking care of two children of the said Jacob N. and for some other small matters between them and to pay and satisfy said debt the said Jacob N. verbally sold and delivered to your ora­trix his undivided interest in and to the aforesaid land. This was done between 22 and 23 years before the filing of this bill and your oratrix has had the (adverse) possession and said interest ever since and claim­ing the said interest not worth more than $40 when purchased but it was all that the said Jacob N. had to give Sarah for her trouble and expense, and no deed was taken from the Jacob. Neither of the parties knew it was necessary in as much as the said Jacob was only an heir.
The said Jacob N. has been gone and unheard of ever since said land was sold to your oratrix. The said Jacob N. has three children, to wit, John W. DUFF who resides in Polk County, Tennessee, Nancy McGHEE (formerly DUFF) and her husband Hamilton McGHEE who reside in Benton County, Tennes­see and Samuel A. DUFF who resides in California.
The premise considered your Orator and Oratrix pray that the said James H. DUFF and his wife (or widow as the case may be) and the said Jacob N. DUFF and their children be all made party defendants to this bill and that process issue for all that reside in this state and that publication be made to all that are now resident and that a Guardian ad Litem be appointed foe said minors and that all the right ( ? ) in­terest that said James H. DUFF had in and to the aforesaid described land be divested out of him and his heirs and be vested in the said John C. DUFF.
Your Oratrix prays that all the interest that the said Jacob N. DUFF had in and to aforesaid land be divested out of him and his heirs and be vested in her if a decree of your Honor and if this cannot be done she prays that whatever interest that the said Jacob N. DUFF has or may have had in and to said land be attached and sold to satisfy your Oratrix said debts and if they are mistaken in their special maybe they pray for general relief.
----------------Let all necessary process issue. ----BROWN & COOK Sols.
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THIS IS A CONTINUATION OF BILL 640 AND IS A FINAL DECREE OF SETTLEMENT FOR THE ESTATE OF JOHN DUFF, JR.
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_______________________________
John C. DUFF and Sarah DUFF
vs.
Jacob N. DUFF,- Emiline DUFF, Widow
Washington DUFF, John DUFF,
Hillard DUFF, William DUFF,
Adeline DUFF minor heirs of
James H. DUFF deceased defended by
their guardian ad Liteum
B. C. PITTATT....................................

This cause comes on to be heard and determined before Chancellor VanDyke on this 5th day of June 1860 upon this bill exhibits publication judgment procenfesso against Jacob N. DUFF Emeline DUFF and answers of B. C. PETETT guardian ad Liteum for said minor children of James H. DUFF de­ceased and proof in the cause and because it appears from the pleadings and proof that John DUFF de­parted this life in testate in the County of Monroe and State of Tennessee in the year 1829 seized and possessed of the following described tract of land 316 acres lying in the County of Monroe and State of Tennessee Hiwassee district 3rd range east of the meridian third township 9th section and the north east quarter of said section and 156 acres off of the north west quarter of said section beginning at the north east corner of said first mentioned quarter. And it further appearing that John DUFF left surviving his a widow the complainant Sarah DUFF and seven children among whom were the said James H. and Ja­cob N. DUFF and that complainant John C. DUFF one of the heirs at law of the said John DUFF de­ceased has purchased the undivided interest of all the other heirs of the said John DUFF not herein mentioned in the above described lands. And because it further appears that complainant John C. DUFF in the life time of the said James H. DUFF purchased his interest in said land and took his title bond therefore, which said title bond was not witnessed nor acknowledged so that the same could be registered and that all the purchase money for said interest has been paid. It is therefore decreed that all the right ti­tle and interest which the said widow and heirs of the said James H. DUFF deceased have in and to the above described lands be divested out of them and vested in the said John C., DUFF and his heirs for­ever. And because it further appears that said complainant, Sarah DUFF, has purchased of the said Ja­cob N. DUFF all his interest in the above described land and has paid the purchase money therefore. It is further decreed that all the right title and interest which the said Jacob DUFF has in and to the above de­scribed lands be divested out of him and vested in the said Sarah DUFF and her heirs forever. It is fur­ther decreed that complainants pay the costs of this cause for which execution may issue. And that they have a copy of this decree properly certified for registration in Monroe County as a (muniment?) of title.
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I James A. Coffin Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court held at Madisonville, Tennessee. Certify that the foregoing is a true and perfect copy of the Final Decree rendered in said Court June 5th, 1860 in the case therein stated when John C. and Sarah DUFF are Complainants and Jacob N. DUFF and oth­ers are defendants.

Witness my hand at office in Madisonville this January 2nd 1862
SIGNED: James A. Coffin C & M - Received for Registration 13 January 1862 8 O'clock & 30 min AM.
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JOHN DUFF died November 1829, this final settlement was recorded January 13, 1862. After 33 years of litigation JOHN DUFF'S estate was finally settled.----------

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• Residence: 1820, Hickman, Tennessee, United States. 101

• Residence: 1820, Washington, Virginia, United States. 102

• Residence: 1810, Washington, Virginia, United States. 103

• Alt. Birth: 1787, Washington, , Virginia, USA.

John married Sarah Haynes 14,100 on 4 Sep 1806 in Washington County, Virginia.100 Sarah was born from 1785 to 1790 in Abingdon, Washington, Virginia, USA,104 died in 1867 in Polk Co., TN at age 82, and was buried in Telico Plains. Other names for Sarah were Sarah Duff,105 Sarah Duff, and106 Sarah Duff.104

Children from this marriage were:

40        i.  Jacob Nelson Duff 14 (born about 1807 in Walsh County, Virginia - died in Auraria, Lumpkin, Georgia, United States,)

         ii.  William Carson Duff 14 was born about 1809 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died in Georgia, United States.

        iii.  Abraham Samuel Duff 14 was born in 1819 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died in 1870 in Lumpkin, Georgia, United States at age 51.

         iv.  James Harvey Duff-Mcduffee 14 was born on 27 Dec 1811 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died on 13 Jun 1907 in Wayne City, Wayne, Illinois, United States at age 95.

          v.  Mary Jane Duff 14 was born in 1814 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died in 1900 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa, United States at age 86.

         vi.  Martha Jane Duff was born in 1822.

        vii.  Duff Major John 14 was born in 1827.

       viii.  Malinda B. Duff 14,107,108 was born on 8 Oct 1823 in Washington, Virginia, United States,107,108 died on 9 Jul 1866 in Polk County, Tennessee107,108 at age 42, and was buried in Shed Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, Polk Co. TN.

         ix.  John Calvin Duff 14 was born on 9 Apr 1829 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died on 16 Dec 1888 in Athens, Mcminn, Tennessee, United States at age 59.


81. Sarah Haynes 14,100 was born from 1785 to 1790 in Abingdon, Washington, Virginia, USA,104 died in 1867 in Polk Co., TN at age 82, and was buried in Telico Plains. Other names for Sarah were Sarah Duff,105 Sarah Duff, and106 Sarah Duff.104

General Notes: Steven Bovelle married Sarah and John. He followed Rev. Cummings at Sinking Springs Church in Abington.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 1787, VA.

Sarah married John Duff 14,100,101,102,103 on 4 Sep 1806 in Washington County, Virginia.100 John was born about 1784 in Washington County, Virginia and died on 13 Nov 1829 in Monroe County, Tennessee about age 45.

82. Carson 14 was born in 1785 in Tennessee, United States.

Carson married someone.

His children were:

41        i.  Mahala Carson 14 (born about 1812 in White City, Cullman, Alabama, United States,)

         ii.  Eliza Carson 14 was born in 1826 in Tennessee, USA.


88. Benjamin McGehee,14,109 son of James McGehee and Rebecca Prewitt, was born in 1730 in Hanover, Virginia, United States109 and died in Aug 1816 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 86.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1722, Hanover, Virginia, United States.

Benjamin married Lucy McGehee.14 Lucy was born in 1750 and died in 1855 at age 105.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Charles McGehee 14 was born in 1750 and died in 1783 at age 33.

         ii.  Benjamin McGehee 14 was born in 1755 and died in 1790 at age 35.

        iii.  Joseph McGehee 14 was born in 1760.

         iv.  Josiah McGehee 14 was born in 1768 and died in 1845 at age 77.

44        v.  Banks McGehee 14,82,83 (born in 1781 in Granville, North Carolina, United States - died in 1865 in North Carolina, United States)

         vi.  Shemuel McGehee 14 was born in 1785 and died in 1855 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 70.

        vii.  Crawford McGehee 14 was born in 1786 and died in 1852 at age 66.

       viii.  Claborn McGehee 14 was born in 1790.

         ix.  Sarah McGehee 14 was born in 1792.

          x.  Haymon McGehee 14 was born in 1794.

         xi.  Mary McGehee 14 was born in 1796.

        xii.  Penelope McGehee 14 was born in 1798.

       xiii.  Polly McGehee 14 was born in 1800.

        xiv.  Huttz Huldy McGehee 14 was born in 1802.

Benjamin next married Mary Priddy 14 in 1770. Mary was born in 1735.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Charles McGehee 14 was born in 1750 and died in 1783 at age 33.

         ii.  Benjamin Mcgehee Jr 14 was born in 1755 and died in 1790 at age 35.

        iii.  Benjamin McGehee 14 was born in 1755 and died in 1790 at age 35.

         iv.  Joseph McGehee 14 was born in 1760.

          v.  Josiah McGehee 14 was born in 1768 and died in 1845 at age 77.

44       vi.  Banks McGehee 14,82,83 (born in 1781 in Granville, North Carolina, United States - died in 1865 in North Carolina, United States)

        vii.  Shemuel McGehee 14 was born in 1785 and died in 1855 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 70.

       viii.  Crawford McGehee 14 was born in 1786 and died in 1852 at age 66.

         ix.  Claborn McGehee 14 was born in 1790.

          x.  Haymon McGehee 14

         xi.  Huttz McGehee 14

        xii.  Mary McGehee 14

       xiii.  Penelope McGehee 14

        xiv.  Polly McGehee 14

         xv.  Sarah McGehee 14


89. Mary Priddy 14 was born in 1735.

Mary married Benjamin McGehee 14,109 in 1770. Benjamin was born in 1730 in Hanover, Virginia, United States109 and died in Aug 1816 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 86.

94. John W Hammontree,14 son of William Hammontree and Patsy Hawkins, was born in 1775 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States and died on 9 Aug 1840 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 65.

John married Sarah Hawkins 14,110 in 1795 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States. Sarah was born in 1773 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1850 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 77.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1798, Lincoln, North Carolina, United States.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Hammontree 14 was born in 1794 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died on 11 May 1869 in Philadelphia, Loudon, Tennessee, United States at age 75.

47       ii.  Margaret Hammontree 14 (born in 1806 in Blount, Tennessee, United States - died in 1880 in North Carolina, United States)

        iii.  Harvey Hammontree 14 was born in 1814 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1900 in Greene, Missouri, United States at age 86.

         iv.  Cinthia J Hammontree 14 was born in 1818 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1860 at age 42.

          v.  Hugh Hammontree 14 was born in 1820 in Blount, Tennessee, United States and died in 1870 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 50.


95. Sarah Hawkins 14,110 was born in 1773 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1850 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 77.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1777, North Carolina, United States. 110

• Alt. Death: Feb 1860, Blount, Tennessee, United States. 110

Sarah married John W Hammontree 14 in 1795 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States. John was born in 1775 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States and died on 9 Aug 1840 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 65.

98. George Fry Sr,87 son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1768 in Albermarle Parish, Surry Co, Virginia87 and died in 1840 in Clark, Kentucky87 at age 72.

General Notes: EARLY SETTLEMENTS IN CLARK COUNTY
SCHOLL'S STATION
submitted by Darla Woosley


This is a transcript of several articles which were reprinted in the CLARK COUNTY CHRONICLES "Conducted and Collaborated by the Clark County Historical Society" beginning May 31, 1923. All punctuation and spelling is left as it was in the original reprint.


Enos Hardin was the first to set up a claim to a portion of the Scholls' land. This Hardin was afterward County Clerk of Mercer county and ancestor of a large family of Hardins now living in that county. In order to raise the money to defend their title to this land the Scholls sold about 80 acres to George Fry, and in proof of their claim they had the depositions of Flanders Calloway and Samuel Boone taken. Evangelis Harden made a deposition in behalf of Enos Hardin.

A noted pioneer family of the Schollsville section was that of George Fry, who purchased four hundred acres from James Evans in 1808 and moved from Jessamine county to this tract, which was adjacent to the Scholl patent on the northwest. Two of his sons, George Fry, Jr., and Christopher Fry were deputy clerks of Clark county for many years, between 1808 and 1840, and in 1843, George Fry, Jr., represented Clark county in the Legislature. Christopher Fry and his wife, Eliza Bullock Fry, and the other heirs of George Fry, Sr., and his wife Juliann, executed a deed to what was then known as the Ward Tavern lot (now the site of the United States Post Office building), to about twenty-seven leading citizens of the county as a site for a female school. This school was at once established and conducted by Miss Sackett, of New York, a noted teacher of that day, and a corps of accomplished assistants. This school was very successful for a number of years and its pupils including the daughters of nearly all the prominent families in Clark county. This was in 1840.

George Fry, Jr., married Miss Nancy Gaitskill. Christopher Fry married Eliza B. Didlake, a member of the noted Didlake family, who built the old brick mansion just north of town and now owned by R. P. Taylor. His oldest daughter, Amanda F., married Colonel William Rodes Estill, of Fayette county, and three of their sons, Clifton Estill, William W. Estill, and Robert C. Estill, are still living. Christopher Fry's other children were Mary B., who married a Mr. Ramsey, Rebecca M., Robert D., William M., John D., Clifton R., Susan M., and Eliza Ann. At one time, the Fry settlement had a post office named Fryville, and also a stage station, tavern, store and two doctors.

Another branch of the Fry family settled in Boyle and Lincoln counties and became very prominent, among them being General Speed S. Fry, Joshua Fry, and Joshua F. Bell, for who Bell county was named, J. Fry Lawrence, of Louisville, and others.


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EARLY SETTLEMENTS IN CLARK COUNTY
SCHOLL'S STATION
submitted by Darla Woosley


This is a transcript of several articles which were reprinted in the CLA
RK COUNTY CHRONICLES "Conducted and Collaborated by the Clark County Histo
rical Society" beginning May 31, 1923. All punctuation and spelling is le
ft asit was in the original reprint.


Enos Hardin was the first to set up a claim to a portion of the Scholls' l
and. This Hardin was afterward County Clerk of Mercer county and ancest
or of a large family of Hardins now living in thatcounty. In order to rai
se the money to defend their title to this land the Scholls sold abo
ut 80 acres to George Fry, and in proof of their claim they had the deposi
tions of Flanders Calloway and Samuel Boone taken. Evangelis Harden ma
de a deposition in behalf of Enos Hardin.

A noted pioneer family of the Schollsville section was that of George Fr
y, who purchased four hundred acres from James Evans in 1808 and moved fr
om Jessamine county to this tract, which was adjacent to the Scholl pate
nt on the northwest. Two of his sons, George Fry, Jr., and Christopher F
ry were deputy clerks of Clark county for manyyears, between 1808 and 184
0, and in 1843, George Fry, Jr., represented Clark county in the Legislatu
re. Christopher Fry and his wife, Eliza Bullock Fry,and the other hei
rs of George Fry, Sr., and his wife Juliann, executed a deed to what was t
hen known as the Ward Tavern lot (now the site of the United States Post O
ffice building), to about twenty-seven leading citizens of the coun
ty as a site for a female school. This school was at once established a
ndconducted by Miss Sackett, of New York, a noted teacher of that day, a
nd a corps of accomplished assistants. This school was very successful f
or a numberof years and its pupils including the daughters of nearly a
ll the prominent families in Clark county. This was in 1840.

George Fry, Jr., married Miss Nancy Gaitskill. Christopher Fry married Eli
za B. Didlake, a member of the noted Didlake family, who built the old bri
ck mansion just north of town and now owned by R. P. Taylor. His oldest da
ughter, Amanda F., married Colonel William Rodes Estill, of Fayette count
y, and three of their sons, Clifton Estill, William W. Estill, and Robe
rt C. Estill, are still living. Christopher Fry's other children were Ma
ry B., who married a Mr. Ramsey, Rebecca M., Robert D., William M., John D
., Clifton R., Susan M., and Eliza Ann. At one time, the Fry settlement h
ad a post office named Fryville, and also a stage station, tavern, store a
nd two doctors.

Another branch of the Fry family settled in Boyle and Lincoln counties a
nd became very prominent, among them being General Speed S. Fry, Joshua Fr
y, and Joshua F. Bell, for who Bell county was named, J. Fry Lawrenc
e, of Louisville, and others.


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George married Juliann Teischner.87

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Eli William Fry 87 died in Aug 1844 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.87

         ii.  Christopher Fry 87 was born about 1797 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died on 1 May 1841 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 about age 44.

        iii.  Peter Fry 87 was born on 24 Nov 1797 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died on 12 Jan 1870 in Putnam Co, IN87 at age 72.

         iv.  George Fry Jr 87 was born about 1800 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died on 18 Jun 1844 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 about age 44.

          v.  Greenberry Fry 87 was born about 1805 in Kentucky, USA87 and died about 189687 about age 91.

         vi.  Juliann Fry 87 was born about 1807 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA87 and died about 183987 about age 32.

49      vii.  Mary Ann Fry 87 (born in Jul 1807 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA - died on 29 Aug 1862)

       viii.  Susan R. Fry 87 was born about 1814 in Clark Co, Kentucky, USA.87


99. Juliann Teischner .87

Juliann married George Fry Sr.87 George was born in 1768 in Albermarle Parish, Surry Co, Virginia87 and died in 1840 in Clark, Kentucky87 at age 72.

112. John Valentine, son of Joel Matthew Valentine and Unknown, was born on 28 Feb 1761 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 14 Apr 1813 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 52.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 14 Apr 1813, Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY. 111

John married Amy Brockaway on 20 Dec 1791. Amy was born on 1 Jan 1770 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 18 Sep 1857 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 87.

Marriage Notes: ||possibly married on 20 Dec 1790

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lucy Valentine was born on 12 Sep 1792 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

         ii.  William Valentine was born on 30 Mar 1794 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

        iii.  Richard Valentine was born on 11 Nov 1795 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died after 1850 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

56       iv.  Abraham Valentine (born on 6 Jul 1797 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY - died on 8 Aug 1850 in NY)

          v.  Isaac Valentine was born on 12 Dec 1785 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 23 Jan 1823 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY at age 37.

         vi.  Jacob Valentine was born on 19 Apr 1801 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

        vii.  Jerusha Valentine was born on 21 Apr 1806 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY, died on 26 Apr 1840 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 34, and was buried in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

       viii.  Elizabeth Valentine was born on 25 Apr 1808 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

         ix.  Eunice Valentine was born on 1 Jun 1810 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.


113. Amy Brockaway was born on 1 Jan 1770 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 18 Sep 1857 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 87.

Amy married John Valentine on 20 Dec 1791. John was born on 28 Feb 1761 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY and died on 14 Apr 1813 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 52.

120. George Fauver, son of Unknown and Unknown, died in OH.

George married Elizabeth Penton in New Jersey.

The child from this marriage was:

60        i.  Samuel Fauver (born on 1 Jun 1797 in Jersey City - died on 30 Jan 1891 in La Crosse)


121. Elizabeth Penton, daughter of Unknown and Unknown,.

Elizabeth married George Fauver in New Jersey. George died in OH.

124. Peter Ermentraudt Jr.,112 son of Peter Ermentraudt and Catherine Ergebrecht, was born on 3 Jul 1783 in Rockingham County, VA and died on 9 Jan 1824 in Fairfield County, Ohio at age 40.

General Notes: Peter married Catherine in 1804 in a ceremony performed by Rev. William King. they had eight children, all girls but one. Both Peter and Catherine were under 20 when married. Thieir marriage Bond reads, "Peter Armentrout of Rockingham Co. VA, batchelor , and Catherine Leonard, Spinster, daughter of George Leonard of Rockingham Co., VA. The said Catherine being a resident of Augusta Co. (Signed) Peter Armentrout and Adam Goliday and George Leonard". Everyone signed in German. Peter was a farmer in Augusta Co. About 1817 Peter and his family left VA and settled on a farm in Fairfield Co., Ohio. No information on Peter has been found after the death of and the settlement of his father's estate in which he shared. After Peter's death, Catherine lived with her daughter Rebecca Belle Brown in Nauvoo, Illinois.

Peter married Catherine Leonard.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Ermentraudt

         ii.  Anna Ermentraudt

        iii.  Mary 'Polly' Ermentraudt was born in 1810 in Augusta County, Virginia.

         iv.  Catherine Ermentraudt

          v.  Lydia Ermentraudt

         vi.  Sarah Ermentraudt

62      vii.  Joseph Benton Armentrout (born on 1 Mar 1806 in Rockingham Co, VA - died on 31 Jul 1865 in Duncan, IL)

       viii.  Rebecca Ermentraudt was born in 1826.


125. Catherine Leonard .

General Notes: The 1840 Fairfield County, Ohio census shows Catherine apparently near her son Joseph. His name (Joseph Armentrout) is listed with 2 males less than 5, 2 males 20-30, 1 male 30-40, 3 females 5-10, 1 female 20-30. Then Catherine's name is listed with 1 female 30-40, and 1 female 70-80. Catherine was Joseph later died in Springtown, IL. Catherine appears to have died in Nauvoo, IL. Catherine was living with her daughter Rachel Belle Armentrout when she died.

Catherine was listed in the 1850 census in Nauvoo Township, Hancock, IL. She was listed as 60 years of age

Catherine married Peter Ermentraudt Jr..112 Peter was born on 3 Jul 1783 in Rockingham County, VA and died on 9 Jan 1824 in Fairfield County, Ohio at age 40.

126. David Lasley was born on 5 Feb 1775 in Rockingham Co, VA.113,114

General Notes: Teressa,
For what it is worth, I can tell you where to look for some data on Catherine Eby. Available from the Mormon Family History Center in Salt Lake City on micro fiche 6055133, item 1-3 is THE EBY REPORT, vol. 1, No. 1 2 and Vol. 2, No. 1. This can be ordered thru local Family History Centers. On page 87 of Vol. 2, No.1 is listed David Lasley as the second husband. I know of several people who are working on the descending lines fron Israel Lasley. I descend from his brother Eli. I have been working on my pedigree but have not been able to prove much beyond Peter and Catherine. However, in working with several people, we do have a preponderance of evidence tracing our Lasley line back to their arrival in America in 1729. If you are actively working on the descending lines from Israel, I would appreciate hearing from you.

LASLEY EBY
GENEALOGY
As copied from family bible of Samuel and Rebecca Belle (Armentrout) Fauver.
David Lasley b. February 5,1775.
I Married
Catherine Eby b. April 5.1777.
Issue:
Peter Lasley b. May 13.1794 m. Catherine Herdleb~ugh.
Barbara Lasley b.March 4.1795 m. David Lieb.
Fanny Lasley b. December I3,I800 m. FredericK Wagner.
Susana Lasley b. October 11,1803 m. Mr. Denman. 2 boys--2:.gir1s
Terry--- Catherine Elisabeth Lasley b. December 13, 1805---m. Jacob Rienhart.
(Moses Lasley b.December 12. I808 m. Catherine Springer.
Abigal Lasley b. lNovember 1I,18II m. Joseph Armentrout 3-12-1829.
d. August 24, 1853. Buried in Lasley neighborhood about
5 miles south of Iowaville Iowa.
Andrew Lasley b. November 9.I8I4 m. Catherine Miller.
Magdaline Lasley b. July 2,18I6 m. John Conrad Ried. Lived in
Davenport Iowa.
The above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief taken from the Family Bible.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this lOth day of April, 1939.

Henrietta Murphy
Notary Public, Monroe County, Wis.
My commission expires Nov. 11, 1941


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David Lasley appears on the tax lists of Perry County Ohio in 1819 as does John Eby. David's descendants appear in Fairfield county. Hocking Co has Ebys too I believe.

David married CATHERINE Eby in 1793.113 CATHERINE was born on 5 Apr 1777115 and died on 1 Sep 1847 in Probably Ohio114 at age 70. Another name for CATHERINE was Catherina Eby.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Peter E Lasley was born on 13 May 1794 in Davis County, Iowa,116 died in Davis County, Iowa,114 and was buried in Davis County, Iowa.

         ii.  Barbara Lasley was born on 4 Mar 1795.

        iii.  Fanny Lasley was born on 13 Dec 1800.

         iv.  Susanna Lasley was born on 11 Oct 1803.

          v.  Elizabeth Lasley was born on 13 Dec 1805.113

         vi.  Moses Lasley was born on 12 Apr 1808.113

        vii.  Abigail Lasley was born on 24 Nov 1811113 and died on 24 Aug 1853 in Iounville, Iowa at age 41.

63     viii.  Abagail Lasley (born on 11 Nov 1811 - died on 24 Aug 1853 in Iowaville, IA)

         ix.  Andrew E. Lasley was born on 9 Nov 1814.113

          x.  Magdaline Lasley was born on 2 Jul 1816113 and died in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa.


127. CATHERINE Eby, daughter of Andreas Eby and Catherine, was born on 5 Apr 1777115 and died on 1 Sep 1847 in Probably Ohio114 at age 70. Another name for CATHERINE was Catherina Eby.

General Notes: Jim,

Thanks for the offer but I believe I will decline the CD, which I realize would be my relation, but they are to far removed from my immediately family on which I am gathering data.
I have not found any primary source vital statistics on Catherine Eby. All that I have found is data gathered by other people and put in books and reports. The data that I have indicates that there were a lot of Ebys in Lancaster County PA area and the families were active in the Church of the Brethern who had The Cloisters near now Ephratha. In fact, one book that I found on church history has Catherine Ebys's father as minister of a church at Manheim. I have not been able to find a marriage record for Catherine to David Lasley. It could be that it was entirely within the church and not in any civil records.
This is what I have for the ancestory of Catherine:

Jacob Eby
Andreas Eby/Barbara Bachman (1st)/Elizabeth
---------- (2nd)
Andreas Eby/Cathrina Eby
Catherine Eby/Samual Yunt (1st)/David Lasley (2nd)


Here are the main sources for what I have on Catherine Eby (wife of David Lasley). I imagine you are familiar with the local Mormon Family History Centers and how you can order fiches and films from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. This is how I have copied the data that I have.

1. "The Eby Report", Volume 1, number 1, pages 37,39,41,44,91-97
number 2, pages 151,153
Volume 2, number 1, pages 77,79,80,86,87,106,111,112
all of the above available on fiche 6055133, item 1-3, available from the FHL

2. "Armentrout Family History" is available on fiche 6125741 from FHL

3. "Armentrout and Related Families", call letters 929.273 Ar54aj is, as far as I know, not filmed
and is available only at the FHL.

4. "History of the Church of theBrethern of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania" is available on fiche
6048946 from FHL; pages 378-380, 422, 544, 545 and 644

If you are interested in the Ebys, the above is good material. The only data that I have personally found which provides data on David Lasley/Catherine Eby's children is a copy of data supplied by their grand daughter, Lucinda Armentrout Deardorf, who settled in the Portland, Oregon area where I live. It was given to me by a Joseph Reed Armentrout, of Peoria, Illinois several years ago and he is also the writer of source 3. He was elderly, at the time, and not very well so I doubt that he is still living. I hope this helps you with the Eby line.

Happy Hunting,

Harold Lasley

CATHERINE married David Lasley in 1793.113 David was born on 5 Feb 1775 in Rockingham Co, VA.113,114

CATHERINE next married Samuel Yunt.


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128. Johan Casper Rader Sr,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,117,118 son of Unknown and Unknown, was born on 25 Jan 1732 in Europe, died after 18 May 1812 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia,75,91,92,93,94,119,120 and was buried on 16 Jul 1811 in St. John's Lutheran, Wytheville, Wythe Co, VA. Other names for Johan were Casper (Roeter) Rader Sr.,93,94,119,120 Casper (Roeter) Rader, Johan Casper Rader, Gasper Reeder, Gasper Rider, Gasper Ritter, Casper Roeder, Johann Cassber Rotter, Gasper Ruder, and Gasper Ryder.

Birth Notes: based on tomb stone

Burial Notes: "In Memory Of Casper Rader Died June 16, 1811 In His 80 Y" Source data also submitted by Sue Murr Ottinger, Rt. 19, Box 326, Lexington, NC. Would appreciate exchange of info and correction of info. pjsharkey@hotmail.com Casper (Roeder) Rader was born in 1732. Headstone reads Casper Rader died June 6, 1811 in his 80th year

General Notes: These two were dead before Casper died in 1812. (Philip 1801) and (Stephen 1809). Casper names a living son Phillip and does not name heirs of Stephen. It would seem that they were not his children ?

Information regarding the Rader family has been taken family interviews with Inez Ladd Powell, dauther of Sarah Elizabeth Rader Ladd, granddaughter of John H. Rader, gr. granddaughter of Samuel Rader, gr. gr. granddaughter of Daniel Rader, and gr. gr. gr. granddaughter of Casper Rader,

On February 17, 1790 Casper's home was located on Reed Creek and the Crab Orchard Fork of Little Walker's Creek in Wythe County, Virginia which was formed from Montgomery County, Virginia in 1789.

Casper and Regina are buried in the St. John's Lutheran Church cemetery.

Casper's Will was probated in Wythe County, Virginia on August 11, 1812 and contains the names of his children and wife.

In the records of Wythe county there is a Phillip Reeder and a Stephen Reeder. Their children consistantly spelled their name Reeder. Casper's name is also spelled Reeder in his will ! These two were dead before Casper died in 1812. (Philip 1801) and (Stephen 1809).

Casper names a living son Phillip and does not name heirs of Stephen. It would seem that they were not his children ?

He was married to Regina 'Rachel' Gerhardt on 21 May 1763 in Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pa.

May have been born in Viernheim Mannheim Baden, Germany
!The spelling of the name also appears as Roeder and Rotter.

He arrived in Philadelphia on ship Edinburg 13 August 1750, having sailed fromRotterdam via Portsmouth;

First settled in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania then moved to Wythe County about 1785-1788.

Was Deacon at St. John's Lutheran Church in Wytheville in 1798.

Will written 18 May 1812 one year after his tombstone declares he died. There was stonemaker who made many mistakes traveling the shenandoah valley at that time!



Noted events in his life were:

• Immigration: Oath of allegance, 13 Aug 1750, Philadelphia, PA. Johan Casber Rotter found in: Immigration Records: German and Swiss Settlers in America, 1700s-1800s Listed in: Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol. I, 1727-1775 Page number: 430

• Immigration: 13 Aug 1750, Philadelphia, PA. Johan Casper Rotter found in: Immigration Records: German and Swiss Settlers in America, 1700s-1800s Listed in: Thirty Thousand Immigrant Names in PA, 1727-76 Page number: 227 . He was 1 of 314 passengers. Is this our Casper ? If not who is he ?

• ship2: 13 Aug 1750.

• ship3: 13 Aug 1750.

• ship: 13 Aug 1750.

• ship4: 13 Aug 1750.

• OATH OF ALLEGIANCE: 10 Apr 1754. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

• Sponsors: 16 Feb 1757, Lincoln County, North Carolina. Johan Caspar Bolich, son of Johan Adam Bolich and his wife, Christina, was baptized by Rev. Daniel Schumacher February 16, 1757 when 7 weeks old. His sponsor was Caspar Roeder.
Collections of the Genealogical Society of Penna., Baptisms by Rev. Daniel Schumacher (1754-1774)" vol. 279:34. Lincoln County, North Carolina,


• constable: 8 Jun 1758, Bathleham, Province of Pennsylvania. 121

• Land: 16 Aug 1765, Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. 122 In the East Side applications Casper had his land surveyed 8th day of May 1766.
They surveyed 101 acres of land 16 Aug 1765 which was over the blue mountain on Swatara Creek and Trout Creek in Bethel Twp., Lebanon County, Pa. At that time it was Lancaster County, Colony of Pa. The land is currently devided by I-81 and the County line between Schuylkill and Lebanon Counties.

• land2: 16 Aug 1765.

• land3: 16 Aug 1765.

• land4: 16 Aug 1765.

• land5: 16 Aug 1765.

• land6: 16 Aug 1765.

• Tax list: 1769, East End of Hanover Twp, Lancaster Co, PA. 1769 John Brunner Collector East End of Hanover collected a tax of 2.6 from Reader, Casper


• Land: 23 May 1770, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. 123 Gasper Reader of East-Pennsborrough township buys 260 acres from Joseph Hinds. This 260 acres is where the current Walmart store is. Cumberland Co deed book (Vol 1, Book P page 156-157)
Before the Revolutionary war they purchased 167 acres of land, 23 May 1770, in East Pennsborough Twp., Cumberland County, Pa. for 70 pounds. On 15 Apr 1791 Gasper Rheder and his wife Rachel sold that land for 477 pounds.

• Tax list: 1773, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. 1773 Gasper Ruder 2h, 2c, 2s, 150 L, 30c


• Land purchase: 1 May 1773, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. C226-28 Gasper READER, mort. to Joseph HINDS, both of East Pennsborough Twp., _55 (_15 due 1 May 1773, _10 on May 1774-77 annually). 167 a. in East Pennsborough Twp. black oak ( cor. Jonas SEELY's tract "Blaak Hool" on its W side), by E side of SEELY's tract "Cave Place" S10W124 white oak S31E112 Spanish oak S42W29 post S22E50½ post, Leonard FISHER S75W162½ post, John BUNNITT N156½ post, Jonas SEELY (TEELY)'s "Blaakhool" N35E to beginning point. North part by propr. location to mortgagee 8 October 1766, surveyed by Col. ARMSTRONG. 23 MAY 1770 Jonathan HOGE, James ROBISON, John HOGE 23 MAY 1770 Jonathan HOGE 22 July 1771 (Exit [writ of] sc[ire] facias to April T. 1796 No. 9)

• Religion: 18 Dec 1773, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Register of Marriages and baptisms kept by the REV. TRAUGOTT FREDERICK ILLING Pennsboro Caspar Retter pledged support (0.10.0)
In February 1773 26 non-Germans in the vicinity of Middletown agreed to contribute to a salary for Rev. Illing if he would preach to them every third Sunday in the Lutheran church. On the same day 72 Germans who were members of the Lutheran church made a similar subscription, noting that they were without a minister at the time. He lived from 1790 until his death in 1800 in Caernarvon twp. Lancaster county, PA
In December 1773 Illing states"appointed by his Eminence the Lord Bishop of London as minister for Juniata, Estherton, Pennsboro, and other congregations

• Tax list: 1774, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. 1774 Gasper Rider 2h, 2c, 4s, 150 L, 30c

• Religion: 26 Dec 1774, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Pennsboro Casper Rotter pledged support (0.10.0) Traugott Frederick Illing who served St. Peters (Lutheran), Middletown, and Caernarvon(Episcopal) in Lancaster county, PA (reference "Register of Marriages and Baptisms kept by the Rev. Traugott Frederick Illing" Harrisburg 1891) He was what was called in those days a German Calvanist, a follower of the Swiss Reformer Zwingli, of which country he was a native. He was pastor to the Lutheran Congregation in German.

• Tax list: 1775, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. 1775 Gasper Ryder 2h, 2c, 2s, 150 L, 40c

• Tax list: 1778, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Gasper Ryder 72 acres, 0 negroes, 2 horses, 2 cattle, Tax 8.12.0 (PArch3-20;35)

• Tax list: 1779, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Gasper Reedar 200 acres, 2 horses, 2 cattle, 0 negroes (PArch3-20;150)

• Tax list: 1780, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Gaspar Reeder 150 acres, 2 horses, 3 cattle, 0 negroes (PArch3-20;283)
county copy has Casper Roeder 2h, 2c, 150 L

• Milit-Beg: 16 Aug 1780, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. 124 An Acc't of the 5th, 6th, & 7th Classes of the 3D Battalion of Cumberland County Malitia called upon to perform a tour of duty by an order of council bearing date YE 1st of August 1780. 1st Company, 6th class (pg 218) Gasper Ritter, Peter Miller, David Hoge, Phillip Gillin, David Walker, Stofel Miers, Hen'y Humbarger (PA Archives fifth series Volume VI Pg 218 -)

Pennsylvania Archives Fifth series volume IV page 218 - An account of the 5th., 6th., and 7th. classes of the 3rd. Battalion of Cumberland County Malatia called upon to perform a tour of duty by an order of council bearing the date of 1 August 1780. 1st. Company, 6th. class (page 218) Gasper Ritter, Peter Miller, David Hoge, Phillip Gillin, David Walker, Stofetl Miers, Henry Humbarger.

• Milit-Beg: 23 Aug 1780. 125 The Third Batallion Cumberland County, Saml. Erwin, Col 1780 August, of the 5th, 6th, & 7th Class. pg 224 - 1st Company 6th class Casper Readers, Peter Miller, David Hoge, Phillip Gillin, David Walker,Stofel Miers, Hen'r Humbarger A Henry Humbarger moved to Virginia with Casper

• Tax list: 1781, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Gasper Reeder 150 acres, 2 Horses, 3 cattle, 0 negroes (PArch3-20;423)
1781 Stephen Reeder tax 40.0.0 (first and only listing for him?)

• Tax list: 1782, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. 1782 Caspar Reeder 150 acres, 2 horses, 3 cattle, 0 negroes (PArch3-20;559)
1782 Stephen Reed 442 acres, 2 horses, 3 cattle, 0 negroes (PArch3-20;559)

• Tax list: 12 Apr 1787, Montgomery , VA. They came to the Cove before the 1787 Census which shows Gasper Rheder. He obtained an exemption from paying taxes on his blind horse in 1788 and Gasper Reader purchased 200 acres of land for 250 pounds 1 Aug 1789.

Montgomery County tax 1787
Apr 9 Conrod Rheder Conrod Rheder 1
Apr 12 Gasper Rheder Gasper Rheder 1 9,8
Jun 16 Philip Reedor Philip Reedor 3,5
Steven Reedor Steven Reedor 3,5

• Tax list: 9 Aug 1787, Montgomery County, VA. Montgomery County Personal Property Tax 1787 (district of Davd M Gau
Conrad Rheder Conrod Rheder - - - 1
12 Gasper Rheder Gasper Rheder 1 - - 9 8
June 18 Philip Reeder Philip Reeder - - - 3 5
Stephen Reedor Stephen Reedor - - - 3 5

• Court: 1 Jul 1788, Montgomery , VA. Casper was a plaintiff in a court case Montgomery Co., VA,

• Tax list: 2 Sep 1788, Montgomery , VA. Montgomery County tax 1788
May 7 Philip Reeder Philip Reeder 1
Jun 28 Conrod Rheder Conrod Rheder -
Sep 2 Gasper Rheder Gasper Rhider & Hen. Reeder 1 10
Gasper Rheder had 1 child 10 horses and paid 9/2. Conrod Rheder paid 6/28

• Land purchase: 1789, Cove, Wythe co., VA. 1789 Casper purchased 200 acres in the Cove from Samuel Montgomery.

• Tax list: 1789, Montgomery County, VA. Montgomery County tax 1789 "List B" by Netti Schreiner-Yantis
and actual 1789 personal property tax by David McGarock
White Males Slaves Horses
1790 person charged males over 21 16-21 years Feb 17 Reider, Philip Reider, Philip 0 0 1
Rheder, Casper Rheder, Casper 1 0 10
Mar 3 Reider, Stephen Reider, Stephen 0 0 1
1790
Feb 2 Rheder, Conrod Rheder, Conrod 0 0 1
17 Rheder, Henry Rheder, Henry 0 0 1

Casper Rheder with 1 white male between 16 and 21 and 10 horses. Conrod had 1 horse Henry also had 1 horse

• Tax list: 17 Sep 1789, Montgomery County, Virginia. Montgomery County Personal Property Tax 1789 David McGasock comm
Sep 17 Philip Rader Philip Rader 1
Casper Rheder Casper Rheder 1 10
Mar 3 Stephen Reeder Stephen Reeder 1
Feb 2 Conrod Rheder Conrod Rheder 1
17 Henry Rheder Henry Rheder 1

• resided: 17 Feb 1790, Wythe County, Virginia. On Casper's home was located on Reed Creek and the Crab Orchard Fork of Little Walker's Creek in Wythe County, Virginia which was formed from Montgomery County, Virginia in 1789.
location of taxpayers - - - - -
Feb 17 (Reed Creek, Crab Orchard Fk. of Little Walkers)
Geroge Davies, Sr., John Hambleton, John Hammelton, Phenuel Henderson, Jonathan Pauley, Casper Rheder, Henry Rheder, Philip Reider, Daniel Robenett, James Robinett, Adam Seek, James Wadell.
March 3 ("In the Cove of Reed Creek) Stephen Reider, Walter Crockett

• Tax list: 10 Jun 1790, Montgomery , VA. Montgomery County Personal Property Tax 1790
(district of John Robinson formerly the upper district of Botetourt Co and now the lower of Montgomery)
June 10 Casper Reed Casper Reed 1 5
June 24 George Reetor 5 5
June 23 John Rector John Rector 5
(district of David McGavrock
Ap 1 Stephen Reider Stephen Reider 1

• Land: 15 Apr 1791, East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Cumberland Co deed book (Vol 1, Book P page 158-159)
Gasper Rheder and Rachel his wife of the County of Wythe sold the above land to Leonard Fisher for 477 pounds of Pennsylvania money. note the purchase and the sale were recorded at the same time! This deed has his name as follows:
Casper Reader, Gasper Rheder and Rachel his wife of the County of Wythe, Gasper Rhider & Rachel his wife, Casper Reader signed and Rachel Reader made her mark, Casper Ridder and Rechel his wife

• Land: 1792, Montgomery , VA. 1792 Casper Rader had 100 acres surveyed in the Cove, adjoining Walter Crockett (Montgomery County Order Book 1, p. 322; Montgomery County Deed Book B, p 16; Wythe County Survey Book 1, p 35)

• Tax list: 8 May 1793, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Personal property Tax 1793
Jas. Davis Land Property roll ( 3 of 3)
Aple 11 Phillip Reedor 1 2
May 7 Stephen Reedor 1 3
May 8 Conrod Rheador 1 2
Gaspor Reador 2 10
John Rheador 1
Henry Rheador 1 3
Wythe County Land Tax 1793
Casper Reader 200 60 3
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4

• Tax list: 1794, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1794
Casper Reeder 200 60 3
Phillip Reedrr 40 4 4
" 200 y 10 3 1/2
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4

• Tax list: 1795, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1795
Casper Rhoder 200 60 3
Phillip Reeder 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reeder 122 7 12 4
Conrod Rheder 32 y 1 12 3/4
1795 Deed Book 1, 320 Henry Rader to Verner Knipp, survey made 1783 for 100 acres Pine Ridge
Wythe County Land Tax 1796
Phillip Reeder 1 20 3/4 3 4
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4

• Tax list: 1797, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1797
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Book B
Henry Rader 130 15 0/9

• Tax list: 1798, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1798
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Book B
Henry Rader 130 15 0/9

• Religion: 30 May 1798, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia. deacon of the St. John's Lutheran Church
The 4th German Congregation to be organized was St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church. Casper Rather was one of it's officials. in 1800 he and three of his sons financially supported the building of the St. John's Lutheran Church See "Wythe County Chapters" edited and published by James S. Presgraves

• Tax list: 1799, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1799
Phillip Reeder 1 20 3/4 3 4
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Book B
Henry Rader 70 33 0/9

• Tax list: 1800, Wythe County, Virginia. Casper lived northwest of Brush Mountain and had one male over 16 and owned ten horses and one slave.
Gasper Reader with 1 white male 16-21 and
a second listing with 2 16-21 and 1 slave and 10 horses

• Religion: 11 Oct 1800, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia. he and three of his sons financially supported the building of the St. John's Lutheran Church(See "Wythe County Chapters" edited and published by James S. Presgraves).
List of Subscribers for the building of St. John's church in 1800
Wytheville, Wythe Co., VA
John Rδder 1
Jacob Rφder 1
Casper Rδder Sr. 10
Casper Rδder Jr. 2

Daniel Etter donated one acre of land for St. John's congregation. Casper Rader and George Armbruster were the elders.

• Tax list: 1801, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1801
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
John Rader 1 35 55
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Book B
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12

• Probate: 2 Jun 1801, Wythe County, Virginia. appraisal by Gasper Rader June 2, 1801
Will of Philip Reeder Nov 10, 1801
wife Mary, (sons); Jacob, Joshiah (Daughters); Dianna, Ivana, Pamrla, Mandana
lands adjoining Gasper Rader Dec 15, 1801

• Tax list: 1802, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1802
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reader 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
John Rader 1 35 55
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Stephen Rader
Casper Rader et al for church
Book B
Henry Reder
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12
1802 Deed book 3, 182 Henry Reder & Cathrine to Michael Brown, Jr. 110 acres
1802 Deed book 3, 214 Henry Reder to Henry Cassell 33 acres, to Michael Brown 50 acres
June 1802 Deed book 4, 43 Coonrod Rader to Jacob Rader, the body of the deed says Coonrod & Betsey Rader to Peter Rader, 32 acres in Cove and 27 acres in Cove
Inventory of Estate of William Rader Feb 1, 1802

• Land warrant: 28 Sep 1802, Wythe Co, TN. GRANTEE Rader, Gasper. grantee. DATE 28 September 1802. NOTE Location: Wythe County. NOTE Description: 230 acres in the Cove adjoining William Finley, Stephen Reeder, and his own land. NOTE Source: Land Office Grants No. 51, 1802-1803, p. 97 (Reel 117).

• Tax list: 1803, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1803
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Stephen Rader 14
Jacob Rader (cove) 322
Casper Rader and others (church)
Book B
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12
Stephen Reeder appraises estate of John Godfried Young Mar 8, 1803
1803 deed book 4, 225 John & Mary Rader to Michael Cormany, 300 acres Holston

• Tax list: 1804, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1804
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Conrod Reader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Stephen Rader 14
Jacob Rader (cove) 322
Casper Rader and others (church)
Book B
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12

• Tax list: 1805, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1805
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader 78
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Stephen Rader 14
Casper Rader and others (church)
Book B
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12
settlement of estate of William Rader, late Christina Rader, 21 Sep 1805 Cash paid to Casper Rader, Henry Helvy, Henry Stephens, Robert Crockett
St. John's church in Wytheville, Wythe Co., VA
Samuel Rφder born Apr 20, 1805 parents Daniel Rφder & Elizabeth baptized June 1, 1805 sponsors parents
Joseph Schrφder born March 17, 1805 parents Christian Schrφder & catharine baptized June 1, sponsors Casper Rφder & w. Barbara
Nancy Rφder born June 18, 1805 parents Conrad Rφder & Elizabeth baptized Aug 25, 1805 sponsor Catharine Lydy
Elizabeth Rφder born Aug 26, 1805 parents Philip Rφder & Rebecca baptized Nov 3, 1805 sponsors Philip & Wife

• Tax list: 1806, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1806
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader 78
Stephen Rader 50
Stephen Rader 14
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Casper Rader and others (church)
Feb 1806 Deed book 4, 335 Stephen Reeder relinquished title to land 75,000 taxed etc. etc

• Tax list: 1807, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1807
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader 78
" 131
Stephen Rader 14
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4
Jacob Rader (cove) 100 50 50
Casper Rader and others (church)
Book B
William Rader 40 20 8
same 60 40 12
buyer at estate sale for Daniel Johnston - 21 Mar 1807 Stephen Reeder

• Census: 1810, Wythe County, Virginia. 1810 Wythe County census
Rader, Conrod males 2 (1-10), 1 (45 up) females 1 (1-10), 1 (10-16), 1 (26-45)
Raider, Casper males 1 (45 up) females 1 (10-16), 1 (45 up)
Reeder, Jacob males 1 (1-10), 1 (16-26) females 2 (1-10), 1 (16-26)
Reeder, Mary males 1 (16-18) females 2 (10-16), 1 (16-26), 1 (26-45)
Reeder, Samuel males 1 (10-16), 3 (16-18) females 2 (16-26)
Ritter, Daniel males 2 (1-10), 1 (26-45) females 1 (1-10), 1 (26-45)
Ritter, Sarah males 2 (16-18), females 2 (1-10), 1 (26-45)

• Tax list: 1810, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1810
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Phillip Reador 40 4 4
" 200 y 10
Stephen Reader 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader 78
" 167
" 50
Stephen Rader 14
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4

• Tax list: 1811, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1811
Gasper Rader 100 60 1
" 100 20
Stephen Reader (heirs) 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader " 78
" 167
Stephen Rader 50
" 14
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4

• Alt Death: 16 Jul 1811, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia.

• Alt. Buried: 16 Jul 1811, St John's Church, Wytheville, Wythe Co, VA. Stone reads "Casper Rader died July 16, 1811 in his 80th year. Casper and Regina are buried in the St. John's Lutheran Church cemetery. His will was signed in 1812. There was a stone carver who was known for errors operating in the valley at the time !

• Buried: 1812, St. John Lutheran Cem., Wytheville, VA. 75,119,120

• Tax list: 1812, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1812
Stephen Reader (heirs) 122 7 12 4
Stephen Rader " 78
" " 167
Stephen Rader " 50
" " 14
Coonrod Rader 32 y 1 12 3/4
book B
Sam Reeder 135


• Will: 18 May 1812.

• Will: 18 May 1812.

• Will: 18 May 1812.

• Will: 18 May 1812.

• Will: 18 May 1812, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia. Casper's Will was probated in Wythe County, Virginia on August 11, 1812 and contains the names of his children and wife. CASPER'S WILL PROBATED 18 MAY 1812 IN WYTHE CO, VA. WILL BOOK #2 PAGE 24 DTD MAY 18 1812 RECORDED AUG 11, 1812
Will of Caper Rooter (Casper Rader) May 18 1812, it was probated August 12, 1812 (his tombstone has died July 16, 1811) I assume he died July 16, 1812
Will of Casper Roeter

In the name of God amen, I Casper Roeter of the county of Wythe & State of Virginia being weak in body but of perfect mind & memory & calling to mind the mortality of the body, do make & ordain this my last will & Testament on manner following:

I recommend my soul to god that gave it & my body to the earth to burried in a decient manner & as touching such wordly estate wherewith it hath pleased god to blefs me with in this life: I give & bequeath in the following manner, FIRST I give and bequeth unto my wife Regina during her Widowhood all my personal estate consisting in one Negro woman ( Iude) & all my household & kitchen furnature bed & bedding my clock & Can my stole & cup-board & all. That is therein: likewise my stock of horres Cattle, sheep & hogs & all the farming utensils Waggons & gears & all the hay & grain now in prossefsion: likewise one third of all the hay & grain that my son Peter or his heirs or assigns shall raise on the plantation during her widowhood, wherto said plantation together with all the lands I now posses I have sold unto my son Peter for which he is to pay five hundred pounds, which money as it becomes due after my decease is to be equally divided among my heirs Conrad Roeter, Henry Roeter John Roeter (& the children of my dec son William Roeter ( viz Samuel & susan ) shall have their fathers part) Jacob Roeter Casper Roeter Mary the wife of Christopher Brown, Peter Roeter Philip Roeter Daniel Roeter % Cathrine wife of Jonathan Leady, with this exception that those that have recv'd money or property of me in my life time and which stands charged against them must pay up out of their legacy said amounts w charged I likewise request that my wife Regina shall remain in quiet possesion of the home I now live in and of the gardens adjoining thereto for & during her widowhood & after her death all the personable property above mentioned & all she may die posses'd of shall be divided equally among my afore Heirs each recieving an equal share except the children of my dead son William Roeter who shall have one share divided equally among them & it is my request that my Executor make my son Peter Roeter a Title to the lands I sold him, & I do herby appoint George Flohr, Lewis Wohlfort & John L. Sindenburger to be my Executor of this my last will & Testament herby revoking & disallowing all other wills & testaments ratifying & confirming this & no other to be my last & Testament in whereof I shall hereunto set my hand & seal this 18th day of may one thousand eight nhundred and twelve.

Casper Roeter

• Probate: 18 Aug 1812, Wythe County, Virginia. Among the items owned were the following: a pot rack, a kitchen dresser, fire dogs, tongs and soffle[shovel], a fire plate, buckets, an iron pot and "jugg" pewter dishes, coffeepot and ladle, copper tea "kittle" coffeepot and "earten" dish, a "Duch" oven and skillet, tim bucket and fifteen cups, pewter "bason" 19 spoons, 20 plates, tin dishes, iron wedges, mall and pinchers, a conch shell, a pair of stilliards [steelyards], candlesticks, snuffers, coffee mill, candle mould, corner cupboard and contents, sugar and coffee, sundry brass ladles and flesh fork, sundry German books ,a flat iron and looking glass, a table, knives and forks, a clock, a stove and pipe, a hat, 4 hand towels, 5 table cloths, 2 hanks of thread, a "chist" an old gun, a horse collar, a woman's saddle, a watering pot, a foot adz, baskets, a barrel, handsaw and auger, a barrel with 8 bread baskets, a bag with flour, 4 sheets, a muslin sheet, 8 "toe" sheets, a "bead" spread, flax thread, 2 lbs of flax, 10 yards of linnen, yellow check, striped linsay cloth, some blue cloth, callico curtains, 3 coverlets, broad ax, frying pan, cutting knife, feathers, a pain of glass, several beds and bedsteads, 6 chairs, an old flax wheel and reel, hard soap, sifters, another "chist" bushels of wheat, rye and oats, dried apples, "beecon", cotton wheel and cards, an iron pot, 2 axes, a grindstone, 24 crocks, a churn, hogs lard, 8 chairs, a flax wheel, two cows, 5 sheep, a mare, a horse, a Negro woman and child, hay, a cutting box, a jack screw, corn, and another bed and bedstead

• Tax list: 1813, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1813 (book A)
Mar 22 The heirs of Phillip Reeder both sides of Cove creek 365
same Evansham
Gasper Rader Waters of Cove' Creek 100
same " " 100
The Heirs of Stephen Reader Waters of Reed Creek 78
" " " " 50
" " " " 14
" " " " 135
Book B
Gasper Ritter 300 on Reed Creek
William Raders 40 on Walkers creek
" 60 "
Sam Reeder 135 on Reed Creek

• Tax list: 1814, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1814 (book A)
Gasper Rader Waters of Cove' Creek 100
same " " 100
The Heirs of Stephen Reader Waters of Reed Creek 89
" " " " 50
" " " " 115
" " " " 167
" " Wythe town 167
Book B
Gasper Ritter 300 on Reed Creek
Sam Reeder 135 on Reed Creek

• Tax list: 1815, Wythe County, Virginia. Wythe County Land Tax 1815 (book A)
Gasper Rader Waters of Cove' Creek 100
same " " 100
The heirs of Phillip Reeder both sides of Cove creek 365
same Evansham
Jacob Rader Cove Creek 134
Book B
Wm Raders Estab 40 on Walkers Creek
same 60 "
Sam Reeder 135 on Reed Creek

• Alt. Death: 6 Jun 1811, Wytheville, Wythe, Virginia, USA.

Johan married Regina 'Rachel' Gerhardt 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,93,94,117,118,119,120 on 21 May 1763 in Bethel Township, Lebanon Co., PA 76,91,92,94,119,120.,126 Regina was born in 1746 in Annville Lebanon, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA,91,92 died on 31 Oct 1816 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia75,91,92,93,94,119,120,127 at age 70, and was buried on 31 Oct 1816 in St. John's, Lutheran, Wytheville, Wythe Co, VA.75,119,120 Other names for Regina were @I508999@, Regina Rachael Gerhardt, and Regina [Rachel] Gerhart.

Marriage Notes: "Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania", by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1988.1. "Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania", by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1988.
Casper and Regina were married in the Bethel Township of Berks County, Pennsylvania by the Reverend John Casper Stover(See "Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southern Pennsylvania" by the Genealogical Publishing Company of Baltimore for the records of John Casper Stover from 1730 to 1779). The same record states that Casper Rader and Regina Gerhardt sponsored a child born to George and Magdalena Sedelmeyer in Bethel on March 17, 1762. Berks County was formed in 1752 from Lancaster, Philadelphia and Chester Counties.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Seal: MARRIED BY REV. JOHN CASPER STOVER

• Alt Marriage: 12 May 1763, Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Conrad Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94 was born in 1766 in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania91,92,128 and died on 14 May 1845 in Wythe County, Virginia91,92 at age 79.

64       ii.  Heinrich 'Henry' Rader Sr 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91 (born on 1 Jan 1768 in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - died on 1 Sep 1851 in Timber Ridge, Greene, Tennessee, United States)

        iii.  John Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94,117 was born about 1769 in Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania91,92 and died on 3 Feb 1840 in Greene County, Tennessee92 about age 71.

         iv.  William Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94 was born about 1770 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA91,92,94 and died in 1802 in Wythe County, Virginia92,94 about age 32.

          v.  Jacob Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94,117 was born about 1772 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA91,92,94,117 and died on 22 Jul 1822 in Mohawk, Greene, Tennessee, United States92 about age 50.

         vi.  Casper Rader Jr. 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94 was born in 1774 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA,91,92,94 died in 1830 in Sevier County, Tennessee92,94 at age 56, and was buried in Fox Cemetery, Sevier County, Tennessee.

        vii.  Phillip Rader Sr. 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94,129,130 was born on 12 Aug 1782 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA,130,131 died on 2 Nov 1853 in Butler Twp, Montgomery Co Ohio92,94 at age 71, and was buried in Sugar Grove cem, Butler Twp, Montgomery Co Ohio. Other names for Phillip were Phillip Rader,132 Phillip Rader, and132 Phillip Reader.

       viii.  Catherine M. Rader 14 was born in 1771 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States and died in 1844 in Wythe, Virginia, United States at age 73. Another name for Catherine was Catherine Mrs. Christopher C. Rider.

         ix.  Peter Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,89,90,91,94 was born on 3 Sep 1780 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA,91,92,94 died on 11 Mar 1858 in Greene County, Tennessee92,94 at age 77, and was buried in Blountville Cemetery, Sullivan County, Tennessee.

          x.  Anna Marie 'Mary' Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94 was born on 4 Jul 1778 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA,91,92,94,119,120 died on 19 Dec 1849 in Wythe County, Virginia92,94,119,120 at age 71, and was buried in 1849 in St. John Cemetery, Wytheville, Wythe Co., VA.119,120 Other names for Anna were @I509792@, Anna Maria "Mary" Rader, Anna Marie (Maria) (Mary)( Roderin) Rader,119, and120 Anna Marie (Mary) Rader.

         xi.  Casper Rader 14 was born in 1774 in East Pennsboro, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States and died in 1846 in Clay City, Clay, Indiana, United States at age 72.

        xii.  Catherine Rader 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94,118 was born in 1781 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA92 and died in 1844 in Wythe County, Virginia92,94 at age 63.

       xiii.  Daniel Rader 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,94,133,134 was born about 1782 in East Pennsboro Twp, Cumberland Co., PA91,92,94,134 and died on 27 Oct 1827 in Madison, Madison, Alabama, United States92,134 about age 45.

        xiv.  Johan Casper Rader 14 was born in 1776 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States and died in 1777 in Indiana, United States at age 1.




129. Regina 'Rachel' Gerhardt,14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,93,94,117,118,119,120 daughter of John Conrad Gerhardt and Regina Gerhard, was born in 1746 in Annville Lebanon, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA,91,92 died on 31 Oct 1816 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia75,91,92,93,94,119,120,127 at age 70, and was buried on 31 Oct 1816 in St. John's, Lutheran, Wytheville, Wythe Co, VA.75,119,120 Other names for Regina were @I508999@, Regina Rachael Gerhardt, and Regina [Rachel] Gerhart.

Burial Notes: stone reads "Rachel Rader consort of Casper Rader Died Oct. 31,
1816 in her 70th year"

General Notes: In December 1817 commissioners were appointed to settle with John L. Lindenberger, executor of the estates of Casper Rader, Philip Armbrister and Daniel Green (Kegley vol IV, p 197)
Facts about this person:
Burial St. John's Lutheran Church, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia
The exact location of Regina's birth is not known. She may have been born in Germany, or in Pennsylvania.

Lutheran
Housewife
"In Her 70Th Year"

Married by Rev. John Casper Stoever
"Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsyl vania", by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1988.1. "Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania", by Genealogical Publishing Company, 1988.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 1746, Germany Or Pennsylvania. 93,94,119,120

Regina married Johan Casper Rader Sr 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,117,118 on 21 May 1763 in Bethel Township, Lebanon Co., PA 76,91,92,94,119,120.,126 Johan was born on 25 Jan 1732 in Europe, died after 18 May 1812 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia,75,91,92,93,94,119,120 and was buried on 16 Jul 1811 in St. John's Lutheran, Wytheville, Wythe Co, VA. Other names for Johan were Casper (Roeter) Rader Sr.,93,94,119,120 Casper (Roeter) Rader, Johan Casper Rader, Gasper Reeder, Gasper Rider, Gasper Ritter, Casper Roeder, Johann Cassber Rotter, Gasper Ruder, and Gasper Ryder.

130. Daniel Etter,35,36,41 son of Gerhard Etter and Catharina (Catherine) Banga, was born on 27 Apr 1750 in Quitapahilla, Lancaster Co., PA, was christened on 3 Jun 1750 in Hebron Quit. Ch, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, died on 5 Sep 1803 in Evansham {Wytheville}, Wythe, Virginia at age 53, and was buried in Wytheville, St Johns Luth Ce, Wythe, Virginia.

General Notes: !Same source as child 1. Daniel Etter appears in the book ""Fincastle and
Montgomery County Revolutionary War Records, 1775-1783 on page 70 under Capn.
James Finley's Company of Militia.
Another source (which I now can't retrieve for some reason) gave Daniel Etter as
a Lt. in Capt. James Finley's Co. of Rev. War Soldiers of Va. Line.
In Montgomery Co. Order book under a list of fines to be collected 25 September
1778 for not attending general muster Daniel Eater is assessed 5 shillings.
In Wythe Co. deed book #3, page 54 is entry that Daniel and Mary gave a 1 acre
lot to the Trustees and Congregation of German Lutheran and Reformed Church.
On 13 June 1804 John Etter and John Rader together with Joseph Brown and Andrew
Brown signed the appraisal for Daniel's estate (8 beds, 7 head horse, 8 cattle,
23 sheep, 49 hogs, 3 spinning wheels, loom, etc. See book by Arlene Carter for
more detail).
Catherine Etter's Father Was Daniel Etter, Sr.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 27 Apr 1750, Palmyra, Hanover, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

• Alt Death: 8 Mar 1803, Wythe County, Virginiowa.

Daniel married Mary Magdalen Rein 35,36.,41 Mary was born in 1750 in Germany and died on 22 Sep 1821 at age 71.

Children from this marriage were:

65        i.  Catherine Etter 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,94 (born about 1772 in Lebanon, PA - died about 1847 in Greene County, Tennessee)

         ii.  Peter Etter was born about 1774 and died on 1 Dec 1832 in Illinois about age 58.

        iii.  Mary Etter 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,94,117 was born in 1776 in Wythe County, Virginia92,94 and died on 6 Mar 1848 in Greene County, Tennessee92,94 at age 72.

         iv.  John Etter 35,36,41 was born in 1778 in , Montgomery, Virginia, USA, died on 18 Oct 1855 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 77, and was buried in Mosheim Lutheran, Greene Co, TN.

          v.  Samuel Etter was born in 1780.

         vi.  Henry Etter was born in 1781.

        vii.  Elizabeth Etter was born on 16 Aug 1785.

       viii.  Rebecca Margaret (Peggy) Etter was born on 28 Feb 1787.

         ix.  Daniel Etter was born in 1791.

          x.  Christina Etter was born in 1796.

         xi.  Rachel (Racie) Etter was born in 1798.

        xii.  William Etter was born in 1800.


131. Mary Magdalen Rein 35,36,41 was born in 1750 in Germany and died on 22 Sep 1821 at age 71.

Mary married Daniel Etter 35,36.,41 Daniel was born on 27 Apr 1750 in Quitapahilla, Lancaster Co., PA, was christened on 3 Jun 1750 in Hebron Quit. Ch, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA, died on 5 Sep 1803 in Evansham {Wytheville}, Wythe, Virginia at age 53, and was buried in Wytheville, St Johns Luth Ce, Wythe, Virginia.

132. Andrew Hauff, son of Peter Hauff and Anna Hauff, was born about 1760 in Keezletown and died about 1820 in Rockingham Co, VA about age 60.

General Notes: 1. ANDREW AND BARBARA HAUFF HAD A TOTAL OF 7 CHILDREN JOSEPH
WAS THE YOUNGEST

Andrew married Barbara Hauff.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elias Hauff was born about 1780.

         ii.  Benjamin Hauff was born about 1780.

        iii.  Benjamin Franklin Hauff Sr.

         iv.  Leonard Hauff was born about 1780.

          v.  Sally Hauff was born about 1780.

         vi.  Jacob Hauff was born about 1780.

        vii.  Henry Hauff was born about 1780.

66     viii.  Joseph Hauff (born on 21 Apr 1781 in Pennsylvania - died on 5 May 1852 in Ely, Green, TN)


133. Barbara Hauff .

Barbara married Andrew Hauff. Andrew was born about 1760 in Keezletown and died about 1820 in Rockingham Co, VA about age 60.

136. Christian Bauer Sr. 79 was born in 1720 in Germany79 and died in 1816 in VA79 at age 96.

General Notes: Christian Bauer Early History and Genealogy

These comments and thoughts concerning the early days and genealogy of Christian Bauer of Shenandoah County, VA are current as of the research completed as of November 22, 1989.

It has not been definitely determined just which Christian Bauer several possibilities of a Christian Bauer, is actually the one who migrated from Maryland to present day Shenandoah County, VA (the area where he resided in VA was first Agusta then Dunmore county before adopting the current name of Shenandoah County in about 1776). Inconclusive research has led to the possibility that the Christian Bauer, age 17, who arrived at Philadelphia on 24 Sep 1737 on the vessel VIRTUOUS GRACE may be the correct arrival. This is particularly an interesting possibility because Maria Elizabeth Schindeldecker, his later bride was a passenger of the vessel ST. ANDREW GALLEY, together with her mother and father, Jacob & Maria Elizabeth (Schuessler) Schindeldecker, who arrived on 26 Sep 1737. It is also interesting that the name on the passenger list just before Johan Jacob Schindeldecker, is George Schissler. George & Anna Ottilia Schuessler are the parents of Jacob's wife. This vessel arrived in Philadelphia only two days after Christian Bauer's arrival. Since our subject was probably in Rotterdam at the same time as his future bride and her family as well as well as in Philadelphia together on arrival, the possibilities are intriguing.

Assuming the correct Christian Bauer has been selected, it appears that his traveling alone at the young age of 17, indicates he had friends or family already in America. This man apparently went to Lancaster County, probably to the area now known as York County, PA. There were other Bauers in the area at this time who he would have lived with while getting accustomed to this new land. After a period Christian began the migration into Maryland (actually only a relative short distance from York County, PA) as many others did enroute down the old wagon road to the area now named Shenandoah County, VA. That Christian lived a number of years in Fredericks County, I~D is certain. One area of some confusion is that there were Bauers in Frederick County, MD as the same time, one being named Christian. The other Bauer people could very well be relatives as the German immigrants of that period generally made moves with friends or relatives. As a result it is not certain that the Christian Bauer naturalized in York County, PA but a resident of Frederick County, ~ID was actually the same Christian. There is a record of the naturalization of a Christian Bauer in the same time frame in ~ID. The PA naturalization is the most probable, however.

Recent research disclosed that Christian & Elizabeth Bauer were the parents of a son, Agustin in Fredericks County, MD on 31 Mar 1774. It believed that Christian, Jr. was born in 1768 and it is established from the prized Bauer document provided by S. Parker Gay, that Johannes was born 29 Nov 1772. The list of Christian & Elizabeth (Schindeldecker) Bauer children, taken from the same document, gives the order of the children as Elizabeth, Ludwig, Christian, Catherine, Maria, Agustin, Margaretha, Philip, and Barbara. From the available evidence (the known dates and the fact that Ludwig was the oldest son), this list is chronological, so that Johannes would have been born after Maria. This would also means that Elizabeth was born in the 1763-5 time frame. The marriage of Christian and Elizabeth would have most likely occurred around 1760. This would be more consistent with the fact that Elizabeth was born 24 Jan 1734 and bore at least ten children. This earlier marriage date would reduce the possibility that Christian had a previous marriage.

As a matter that might be of interest on your Welty research, while working on the Neas line some facts emerged that may have a bearing. Sara Welty who married Philip Bauer, son of Johannes & Maria Magdalena (Andes) was brought to Greene County, TN when a young girl by a Neas family. There is additional information about a Renner relationship. The Welty family in Shenandoah County, VA utilized both the Bauer and Neas as sponsors for christening of their children at the Old Pine Church.

Johannes & Margaret Welty's Susanna, b. 27 Nov 1789 was sponsored by Catherine Bauer d/o Christian & Elizabeth. Elizabeth, b. 6 Aug 1791 was sp. by Joh. & Eliz Nehs.

The bother of Michael Meas was Jacob Neas b. 1738, died Shenandoah County, Va 6 Apr 1823. His daughter, Elizabeth m. Johannes Renner in 1791. According to the booklet on Parrotville, Cocke County, Tn on the Renner family, John and Eliz (Neas) Renner arrived in TN in 1823. Elizabeth (Nehs) Renner's uncle Michael was already in Greene Co, TN, having arrived at about the same time as the Johannes Bauer family. Joseph Neas, a son of Jacob & Anna Maria Neas also arrived in Green County, TN in 1823.

In the St. James Church records of Greene County, TN is the following record concerning the Weltys:

Johannes Welty & wife were parents of Johannes b. 24 Mar 1830 sponsored by Johannes Renner & wife.

William Renner (son of Johannes & Eliz. b. 30 Dec 1815) was parent of Sara b. 5(?) Jan 1837, sp; by Sara Welty.

It seems that the Welty family was closely associated with the Bauer and Nehs family in Shenandoah County, VA. Sarah was associated with the Renner, Neas, Bauer, and Welty families in TN.

In the old St. James Cemetery is a grave for Anna Maria Nehs born 1743, died 1823, which Anna Maria has been speculated to be an unmarried sister of Michael Nehs. This is close but probably not correct as this Anna Maria is more probable his sister-in-law, the widow of Jacob who died in Va in 1823.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: John Bowers and Christian Bowers Jr. were sons of Christian Bowers Sr., 4 May 2002 10:37:59 -0600. Surnames: Bowers, Bauer, Shindeldecker, Sohn, Welty Classification: Query

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John Bowers and Christian Bowers Jr. were sons of Christian Bowers Sr. and Elizabeth nee Schindeldecker. They came to Greene Co. TN from Shenandoah Co. VA in the early 1800s. Their sister Catherine was probably the sponsor at the baptism of Susanna dau. of John and Margaret Welty in Shenandoah Co. VA in 1790. I have been researching this Bowers (Bauer) family prior to their settling in VA and TN and found some interesting info in Frederick Co. MD and a possible link to the birth place in Germany of Christian Bowers Sr. In the 1750s both Bowers (several different ones) and Schindeldeckers are in the records at Christ Lutheran Church in York PA. In 1760 a Jacob Shingutaker received a land patent in Frederick Co. MD for 100 acres called Long Swamp. In 1764 a Christian Bowers also received a land patent in Frederick Co. MD for 20 acres called New Garden. In 1767 Jacob Shoneldecker recorded a mortgage in Frederick Co. MD for his household goods. In 1768 Elizabeth (wife or daughte! r) and Jacob (son) Shingletaker were executors of the estate of Jacob Shingletaker in Frederick Co. MD. Elizabeth Shindeldecker m. Christian Bowers Sr. sometime before 1769 when there first (?) child Christian Jr. was born. There were land transactions involving a Christian Bowers in 1764 in Frederick Co. MD and in 1773 and 1774 in Baltimore Co. MD where John Welty may have been living then. A Christian Bowers also appears on the 1783 tax list in northwest Baltimore Co. MD. These may not be the same Christian Bowers. The Christian Bowers Sr.of Shenandoah Co VA appears first in a land transaction in Shenandoah Co. VA in 1785. He is also on the 1785 census there.

A most interesting death and burial record at Christ Luth. Church in York Co. PA says that Catherine Sohn nee Hornig died 1759. She first m. Johann Bauer of Strassburg (Germany now France) on Nov. 7, 1736. He died in 1746 and she came to America with her two dau. and one son in 1751. She m. Joh. George Sohn on Dec. 24, 1751. He died in 1761 with no children from the second marriage. The name of the son is not mentioned but could it be Christian Bowers Sr.? A picture of his gravemarker in Solomon Luth. Church in Shenandoah Co. VA has his date of birth as 1736 and date of death as 1815. Also there was a Christian Bowers from Frederick Co. MD nat. in 1772 in York Co. PA which may be him indicating he was not born in America. Has anyone researched the records around Strassburg France to see if the Johann Bauer who died there in 1746 had a son named Christian about 1736 or 1737? It looks promising.


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Christian married Maria Elizabeth Schindeldecker 79 in 1767 in Frederick County, Maryland.79 Maria was born on 24 Jan 1734 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz79 and died in 1815 in Sherarroah Co., VA79 at age 81.

Children from this marriage were:

68        i.  Christian Bower Jr. 79 (born on 26 Nov 1768 in Pennsylvania - died on 3 Feb 1830 in Sinking Springs, Greene Co, TN)

         ii.  Elizabeth Bauer 79 was born about 177079 and died WFT Est 1755-186179 about age -15.

        iii.  Ludwig Bauer 79 was born about 177079 and died WFT Est 1767-185679 about age -3.

         iv.  Catherine Bauer 79 was born about 177079 and died WFT Est 1755-186179 about age -15.

          v.  Maria Bauer was born about 1770.

         vi.  Augustine Bauer 79 was born about 177079 and died WFT Est 1755-185879 about age -15.

        vii.  Margareth Bauer was born about 1770.

       viii.  Mary Ann Bowers 79 was born WFT Est 1750-177879 and died WFT Est 1755-186179 at age 5.

         ix.  Philip Bauer 79 was born about 177079 and died WFT Est 1755-185879 about age -15.

          x.  Barbara Bauer was born about 1770.

         xi.  Mary Barbara Bowers 79 was born WFT Est 1750-177879 and died WFT Est 1755-186179 at age 5.

        xii.  Margaret Rebecca Bowers 79 was born WFT Est 1750-177879 and died WFT Est 1755-186179 at age 5.

       xiii.  John Bowers Sr. 79 was born on 20 Nov 1772 in PA79 and died on 22 Jul 1849 in St. James, Greene Co, TN79 at age 76.


137. Maria Elizabeth Schindeldecker,79 daughter of Johann Jacob Schindeldeker and Marina Elizabeth Schussler, was born on 24 Jan 1734 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz79 and died in 1815 in Sherarroah Co., VA79 at age 81.

Maria married Christian Bauer Sr. 79 in 1767 in Frederick County, Maryland.79 Christian was born in 1720 in Germany79 and died in 1816 in VA79 at age 96.

138. Andreas 'Andrew' Andes (Antes),79 son of Wilhelm Andes and Unknown, was born on 10 Feb 1749 in Frederick Co, MD Or Bavaria, Germany,79 died on 21 May 1821 in Rockingham Co, VA79 at age 72, and was buried in Andes Cem, Timberville, Rockingham Co, VA.

Andreas married Barbara Bear 79 on 8 Sep 1771 in VA.79 Barbara was born on 6 Jan 1753 in Rockingham County, Virginia,79 died on 27 Aug 1828 in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Rockingham County, Virginia79 at age 75, and was buried in MT Olivet Cem, Rockingham Co, VA. Another name for Barbara was Barbara Baer.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  George Andes was born on 19 Sep 1772 in Rockingham County. Virginia and died on 24 Nov.

         ii.  Peter Andes was born on 1 Mar 1773.

69      iii.  Elizabeth Andes 79 (born on 5 Jul 1775 in Timberville, Rockingham, Virginia, USA - died in Aug 1846 in Greene County, Tennessee)

         iv.  Maria Magdalene Andes was born on 15 Apr 1777 in Rockingham Co, VA and died on 30 Jan 1854 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 76.

          v.  Catherine 'Katherin' Andes was born on 10 Feb 1779.

         vi.  Barbara Andes was born on 30 Jul 1781.

        vii.  John Andes was born on 10 Apr 1783.135

       viii.  Adam Andes was born on 14 Jul 1785.

         ix.  William Andes was born on 12 Oct 1787.

          x.  Henry Andis 129,132 was born on 14 Nov 1789 in Timberville, Rockingham, Virginia, USA132 and died on 1 Mar 1830 at age 40. Another name for Henry was Henry Andes.

         xi.  Son Andes was born on 25 Jan 1792.

        xii.  Christina Andes was born on 16 Jul 1793.

       xiii.  Susannah Andes was born on 16 Jul 1793.

        xiv.  David Andes was born on 4 Mar 1798 in Shenandoah Co, VA.

         xv.  Peter Andes was born on 3 Apr 1804 in Shenandoah Co, VA.


139. Barbara Bear,79 daughter of John Baer and Catherine Elizabeth Miller, was born on 6 Jan 1753 in Rockingham County, Virginia,79 died on 27 Aug 1828 in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Rockingham County, Virginia79 at age 75, and was buried in MT Olivet Cem, Rockingham Co, VA. Another name for Barbara was Barbara Baer.

Barbara married Andreas 'Andrew' Andes (Antes) 79 on 8 Sep 1771 in VA.79 Andreas was born on 10 Feb 1749 in Frederick Co, MD Or Bavaria, Germany,79 died on 21 May 1821 in Rockingham Co, VA79 at age 72, and was buried in Andes Cem, Timberville, Rockingham Co, VA.

140. John Freshour, son of Hans Jerg Froschauer and Catherine Graf, was born on 16 Dec 1732 in PA, died in Mar 1802 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 69, and was buried in Cove Creek Cemetery, Solomon Luthern Church, Greene County, Tennessee.

General Notes: the will of John Freshour Senr. 2 March 1801 Wife Eave to have
everything as a widow. To daughters, Mary, Susannah, Margaret,
8 pounds apiece. To daughter, Elizabeth Rader, land, but don't
give it to Peter Rader but he settel on it his lifetime. To
sons, George and John, land adjoining Hutchison. To son Jacob,
60 pounds. Other children: Eve Stephens, Catrin Winters,
Magdalene Foute, Mary Freshour. Executors:wife, Eve, John
Freshour, Joseph Winters. Witnesses: John Lescollet, Zogren
Grag??, Giles Parman. Signed: John Froushour , his mark

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: 4 Feb 1733. By Rev Stoever

John married Eave about 1758 in PA. Eave was born about 1730 in PA, died on 7 Aug 1806 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 76, and was buried in Cove Creek Cemetery, Solomon Luthern Church, Greene County, Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Magdelene Freshour was born in MD.

         ii.  Johann Jacob Freshour was born about 1760 in PA and died about 1833 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 73.

        iii.  Elizabeth Froschauer 129,132,136,137,138 was born in 1765 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania,132 died in 1831 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 66, and was buried in Greene County, Tennessee. Other names for Elizabeth were Elizabeth Doerr Freshour and Elizabeth Freshour| Froschauer.138

         iv.  Eve Freshour was born in 1771 in PA and died on 10 Feb 1828 at age 57.

          v.  Catherine Freshour was born on 4 Dec 1773 in MD and died on 10 Mar 1861 in Cocke County, Tennessee at age 87.

         vi.  Susannah Freshour was born about 1774 in PA and died after 1850.

70      vii.  John 'Chucklehead' Freshour Jr. (born in 1784 in Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA - died on 16 Nov 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee)

       viii.  Mary Freshour was born about 1785 in PA, died on 6 Apr 1846 in Brownsville, IN about age 61, and was buried in Richland Cem..

         ix.  Margaret Freshour was born on 21 Apr 1785 in PA and died on 25 Oct 1851 in Clay County, Indiana at age 66.

          x.  George Freshour was born in 1788 in PA.


141. Eave was born about 1730 in PA, died on 7 Aug 1806 in Greene County, Tennessee about age 76, and was buried in Cove Creek Cemetery, Solomon Luthern Church, Greene County, Tennessee.

Eave married John Freshour about 1758 in PA. John was born on 16 Dec 1732 in PA, died in Mar 1802 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 69, and was buried in Cove Creek Cemetery, Solomon Luthern Church, Greene County, Tennessee.

142. Abraham Peters was born on 28 Jun 1768.

Abraham married Christina Peters on 1 Feb 1791 in Weisenberg, Leheigh Co., PA. Christina was born in 1773 in PA and died on 8 Aug 1853 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 80.

Children from this marriage were:

71        i.  Margaret 'Mollena' Poly Peters (born in 1793 - died after 1870 in Greene County, Tennessee)

         ii.  Jacob Peters was born on 21 Oct 1800 and died on 6 Oct 1876 at age 75.

        iii.  Johannes Peters was born in 1805.

         iv.  Abraham Peters Jr. was born on 6 Jan 1810 and died on 29 Sep 1870 at age 60.

          v.  Catharine Peters was born on 12 Apr 1818.


143. Christina Peters was born in 1773 in PA and died on 8 Aug 1853 in Greene County, Tennessee at age 80.

Christina married Abraham Peters on 1 Feb 1791 in Weisenberg, Leheigh Co., PA. Abraham was born on 28 Jun 1768.

152. Robert Scarborough,62,63 son of John Scarborough II and Mary Pierson, was born on 10 Aug 1708 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA and died on 19 Jan 1805 in Monroe County, VA at age 96.

General Notes: Robert inherited a farm of 127 acres from his father, John, in S olebury Township, Bucks County, PA. Two children, John and Eliza beth were born in Pennsylvania.
About 1737, believing the country was becoming too crowded, Robe rt and Elizabeth sold the farm and took their young family to Fr ederick County Virginia transferring their certificates to the F riends Monthly Meeting at Winchester, Virginia. They were accomp anied by their nephews Stephanus, Absolom, and James Haworth.
Robert was a widower by 1747 and married Mary Bailey, daughter o f William Bailey, about 1750. By 1762 he had again moved his fam ily, this time to Bedford County, VA. Apparently the family fel l on hard times, because in 1762 the court ordered the Church Wa rdens of Russell Parish to "bind out Rachel, William, James, Kiz iah and Isaac, children of Rob Scarbrough". According to law, th is could be done when parents were too poor to care for their ch ildren, and allowed local government to intervene in their behal f. In 1768, William Bailey gave a gift of love to his grandson W illiam, and in a separate action in 1769, he gave his son-in-la w Robert a power of attorney to collect certain debts.
Robert finally settled in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to l ive in what later became Greenbrier Co. and still later, Monro e Co. West Virginia. His name is mentioned several times in reco rds of the Friends, and his final location in Monroe County is p inpointed by these. Robert was declared tax-free in 1783 becaus e of age. He died on 19 January, 1805, probably in Greenbrier Co . Virginia at the age of 97 years.
Family traditions rumor that, like his father, he was a friend o f Native Americans and was frequently asked by the military fo r his aid during troubled times.

Robert married Mary Bailey 62,63 in 1750 in Bedford County, Virginia. Mary was born before 1712 and died in Greenbrier County, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Scarbrough 62,63

         ii.  Rachel Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1750.

76      iii.  William Scarbrough 62,63 (born in 1753 in , Bedford, Virginia, USA - died on 11 Jun 1830 in Knox County, TN)

         iv.  James Scarbrough 62,63 was born on 15 Mar 1755 in Bedford County, Virginia and died on 12 Feb 1809 in Anderson County, TN at age 53.

          v.  Isaac Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1756 in Bedford County, Virginia and died in 1825 in Lawrence County, OH about age 69.

         vi.  Keziah Rachel Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1759 in Bedford County, Virginia.

        vii.  Sarah Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1760 in Bedford County, Virginia and died about 1800 in Anderson County, TN about age 40.

       viii.  David Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1762 in Bedford County, Virginia and died in 1820 in TN about age 58.

         ix.  Susanna Scarbrough 62,63 was born after 1765 in Bedford County, Virginia.

          x.  Robert Scarbrough 62,63 was born about 1766 in Bedford County, Virginia and died before 6 Oct 1855 in Franklin County, VA.


153. Mary Bailey,62,63 daughter of William Bailey and Unknown, was born before 1712 and died in Greenbrier County, VA.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1730, VA.

Mary married Robert Scarborough 62,63 in 1750 in Bedford County, Virginia. Robert was born on 10 Aug 1708 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA and died on 19 Jan 1805 in Monroe County, VA at age 96.

154. John Wood 62.,63

John married Agnes ? 62.,63

Children from this marriage were:

77        i.  Mahala Wood 62,63 (born about 1755 in Greenbrier, , Virginia, USA - died on 2 Jul 1847 in Anderson, , Tennessee, USA)

         ii.  Rachel Wood 62,63 was born on 11 Mar 1759 and died on 24 Dec 1840 at age 81.


155. Agnes ? 62.,63

Agnes married John Wood 62.,63

160. William B. Duff,14 son of Samuel Henry Duff and Margaret Montgomery, was born in 1744 in County Antrim Or Tyrone, Ireland, died on 21 Dec 1819 in Washington County, Virginia at age 75, and was buried in Green Springs Cemetery, Virginia.

General Notes: one area, we are not descended from Samuel and Elizabeth Stewart...reason: There are two samuels who I believe were cousins and living in Scotland in the 1700s. They fled Scotland in 1746 when they were identified as Jacobites, went to N. Ireland and stayed a few years prior to coming to the colonies. ONLY our Samuel who m. Margaret Montgomery came sometime around 1760s. But, Robert Duff, son of Sam and Elizabeth Stewart Duff, to escape the authorities in Ireland, stowed away on a ship and arrived near that time. He endentured himself to a Mr. Dickenson in Lee Co. VA instead of being transported back to Ireland. In the 1780 trip by his parents and brothers Samuel and James, his father died. Our Sam and Margaret went to Guilford Co. NC ca. 1768, moved to Wash.Co. VA in 1780. His land grant farm is still in the hands of his descendants. I have extensive info on our family of Jacob Nelson DUFF's descendants of William Henry DUFF and Jane Arabella Duff - but do not know where Nelson ran off to in ca. 1838, nor where he died. I know Mahala married a James SHUFF in Lyon Co. KY in 1855 and lived and died there...but don't know her burial site. Will share more when I return home next week...Regards, Cuz Bonnie Duff-Neal Smith Aduffsmith@aol.com

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 29 Dec 1819, Washington, Virginia, United States.

William married Agnes Thatcher 14 in County Antrim Or Tyrone, Ireland. Agnes was born about 1746 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died on 29 Dec 1832 in Washington, Virginia, United States about age 86.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Samuel Duff was born on 3 Jan 1768 in Washington County, Virginia Or Ireland?.

         ii.  Mary Duff was born about 1770.

        iii.  Hannah Duff was born in 1771 and died in 1839 at age 68.

         iv.  James Duff was born on 10 Jan 1774.

          v.  Margaret Duff was born about 1776 and died about 1823 in Washington County, Virginia about age 47.

         vi.  Naomi Duff was born about 1777 and died about 1846 about age 69.

        vii.  William Duff was born in 1778 and died before 1819.

       viii.  Agnes Duff was born about 1782.

80       ix.  John Duff 14,100,101,102,103 (born about 1784 in Washington County, Virginia - died on 13 Nov 1829 in Monroe County, Tennessee)


161. Agnes Thatcher 14 was born about 1746 in Washington, Virginia, United States and died on 29 Dec 1832 in Washington, Virginia, United States about age 86.

Agnes married William B. Duff 14 in County Antrim Or Tyrone, Ireland. William was born in 1744 in County Antrim Or Tyrone, Ireland, died on 21 Dec 1819 in Washington County, Virginia at age 75, and was buried in Green Springs Cemetery, Virginia.

176. James McGehee 14 was born in 1698 in New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States and died on 22 Oct 1774 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 76.

James married Rebecca Prewitt.14 Rebecca was born in 1700 in Henrico, Virginia, United States and died in 1731 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 31.

The child from this marriage was:

88        i.  Benjamin McGehee 14,109 (born in 1730 in Hanover, Virginia, United States - died in Aug 1816 in Granville, North Carolina, United States)


177. Rebecca Prewitt 14 was born in 1700 in Henrico, Virginia, United States and died in 1731 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 31.

Rebecca married James McGehee.14 James was born in 1698 in New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States and died on 22 Oct 1774 in Granville, North Carolina, United States at age 76.

188. William Hammontree 14 was born in 1750 in Richmond, Wise, Virginia, United States and died on 26 Jul 1815 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 65.

William married Patsy Hawkins.14 Patsy was born in 1751 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1815 in Tennessee, United States at age 64.

The child from this marriage was:

94        i.  John W Hammontree 14 (born in 1775 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States - died on 9 Aug 1840 in Blount, Tennessee, United States)


189. Patsy Hawkins 14 was born in 1751 in North Carolina, United States and died in 1815 in Tennessee, United States at age 64.

Patsy married William Hammontree.14 William was born in 1750 in Richmond, Wise, Virginia, United States and died on 26 Jul 1815 in Blount, Tennessee, United States at age 65.

224. Joel Matthew Valentine 111,139 was born in 1740.

General Notes: Valentine ancestry

Howard G. Mc Neil, (4012 Harlanwood Drive, Ft. Worth, TX 76109) would like to exchange information on the Valentines of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY who migrated there about 1750 from Hamstead, LI, NY. There is a strong possibility that it could be Richard Valentine (58), bc 1702, son of Richard Valentine (12) and Mary Pearsall, who reportedly had nine sons and three daughters. It appears Joel Valentine and his brothers, John and Richard Valentine, Moved on to Nassau, Rensselaerwyck, Manor around 1785. The "Vollentines" resided on property leased on land near Nassau called Valties Kill. Copies of leases are on record at Albany Co., NY, for Benjamin and Richard Volentine. Benjamins lease oncluded 48 3/10 ths Acre; signed 7 Aug 1790. Joel Valentines brother, Richard Valentine leased some property adjoining Benjamin Valentines land. Richard signed an indenture for 126 € acres of land controlled by Rennsselaerwyck Manor on 28 Apr 1790. There is also reference to Richard Valentine in Mortgage book 5, p116, Albany Court Clerks Office, dated 26 Apr 1784 in which Joseph Valentine and his wife, Catharine, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co., NY, mortgaged their linds in New Concord, Albany County, NY for "267 good English guineas" to a Richard Valentine of Hamstead, Queens Co., NY, confirming the beleif that the family originated in Hampstead, NY. There is a Joseph Valentine on the 1790 Census at Cambridge Town, Albany Co., NY as having 2 m/over 16; 3 m/under 16 and 3 females. The 1800 NY Fed Cen Index lists Joel, John and Rochard Valentine at Rensselaer co., NY. In 1820, Richard Valentine (son of John) and Joel Valentine were at Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY, and in 1830, Valentines at Rensselaer Co., NY were: Daniel, Isaac Valentine, John, Millesea, Sackett and Richard Valentine. Philip Valentine, bc 1733, of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, could possibly be the father of Joel, Richard and John Valentine. There is a Will for James Valentine, dated 26 Apr 1806, pr 19 June 1807, Dutchess Co., NY wills, p 94, in which he mentions his brothers, Philip and Richard Valentine. It has been definitely established that Joel Valentine, bc 1763, of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, had two known brothers; Richard Valentine, bc 1757; d 1813 at Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY, and John Valentine, b 28 Feb 1761; d 14 Apr 1813, at the same place. (source= Valentine Newsletter Issue #11 --Dec 1987)

Joel married someone.

His children were:

          i.  Richard Valentine was born in 1757 and died in 1813 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY at age 56.

112      ii.  John Valentine (born on 28 Feb 1761 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY - died on 14 Apr 1813 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY)

        iii.  Joel Volentine was born before 1763 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY and died on 12 Jul 1828 in Nassau, Rensselaer Co., NY.

         iv.  Matthew Valentine was born in 1760 in Dutchess Co., NY.


248. Peter Ermentraudt, son of Johan Philip Ermentraudt and ELIZABETH REITH, was born on 17 Sep 1751 in Lancaster, now Berks County, PA and died on 9 Jan 1824 in Rockingham County, VA at age 72.

General Notes: Peter was a baby when his parents sold their Pennsylvania land and with other members of the family moved south into the Shenandoah Valley, settling on the Dry Fork of Smiths Creek in Augusta (now Rockingham Co.) VA. He probably received little or no education because he signed many documents with his mark and only a very few with a signature. He married Catherine at 24. He served in Capt. Daniel's Co., Augusta Co., VA Militia. His father Phillip deeded 175 acres of land to him from his home place recorded March 22, 1779. Peter and his family originally attended the peaked Mountain Church about 10 miles south of his home. Peter and his family were a moving force in the organizing and building of St. Phillip's (also known as the Old Dutch or Ermentrout) Church built near Peter's home, several miles north of present-day Keezletown. He gave by deed 1-1/2 acres of land from his farm which had been, given him by his father, for the new church and cemetery. Peter's wife Catherine died about 1787 and later he married Margaret Wolf. In 1813 Peter appears on the Tax List as the owner of 172-1/2 acres on a branch of Smiths Creek,; 42 acres at Piney Hill; 141 acres on Stoney Run, and 77 acres on Peaked Mountain, a total of 432-1/2 acres. Both his wives are buried side-by-side in the old St. Phillips Church Yard.

Buried at Bethel Church Cemetery is located in the Mountain Valley area, Mt. Valley Rd and Armentrout Path, Rockingham County, Virginia

Peter married Catherine Ergebrecht. Catherine was born in 1753 and died in 1787 at age 34. Another name for Catherine was CATHERINE ERGENBRIGHT.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jacob Ermentraudt was born in 1776.

         ii.  Catherine Ermentraudt was born in 1778.

        iii.  Christian Ermentraudt was born in 1779.

         iv.  Mary Anna 'Maria' Ermentraudt was born in 1781.

124       v.  Peter Ermentraudt Jr. 112 (born on 3 Jul 1783 in Rockingham County, VA - died on 9 Jan 1824 in Fairfield County, Ohio)

         vi.  Elizabeth Ermentraudt was born in 1785.

        vii.  Susan Ermentraudt was born in 1787.

Peter next married MARGRETA Wolfe on 16 Oct 1789 in Rockingham County, VA. MARGRETA was born on 20 Aug 1771 and died on 13 Aug 1825 in Rockingham County, VA. at age 53.


249. Catherine Ergebrecht was born in 1753 and died in 1787 at age 34. Another name for Catherine was CATHERINE ERGENBRIGHT.

Catherine married Peter Ermentraudt. Peter was born on 17 Sep 1751 in Lancaster, now Berks County, PA and died on 9 Jan 1824 in Rockingham County, VA at age 72.

254. Andreas Eby, son of Andreas Eby and Elizabeth ----, was born in 1742 in Warwick Twp, Lancaster Co., PA and died in 1798 in York Co, PA at age 56.

General Notes: From the ministerial lists volume:
Eby, Andreas; / 1798; eld. after 1772; White Oak, Pennsylvania; _E. Pennsylvania (1915) 79, 378, 644.
That's the entire entry. So they don't know when he was born, but he died 1798. And if you could get hold of
what I presume is the church publication for Eastern Pennsylvania for 1915 his name appears on three different
pages.

Andreas married Catherine in 1761 in Warwick Twp, Lancaster Co., PA. Catherine was born in 1742 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA and died in 1798 at age 56.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Eby was born on 10 Jan 1767 in Strasburg, Lancaster Co., PA and died on 27 Jun 1825 at age 58.

         ii.  Barbara Eby was born on 28 Dec 1768 and died on 10 May 1858 at age 89.

        iii.  Elizabeth Eby was born in 1770.

         iv.  Anna Eby was born in 1772.

          v.  Magdalena Eby was born in 1774.

         vi.  Maria Eby was born in 1776.

127     vii.  CATHERINE Eby (born on 5 Apr 1777 - died on 1 Sep 1847 in Probably Ohio)

Andreas next married Catherina Hiestand about 1761 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Catherina was born about 1742 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA and died after 1798.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Eby was born on 10 Jan 1767 in Strasburg, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania and died on 27 Jun 1825 at age 58.

         ii.  Barbara Eby was born on 28 Dec 1768 in Pennsylvania and died on 10 May 1858 at age 89.

        iii.  Elizabeth Eby was born about 1770.

         iv.  Anna Eby was born about 1772.

          v.  Magdalena Eby was born about 1774.

         vi.  Maria Eby was born about 1776.

127     vii.  CATHERINE Eby (born on 5 Apr 1777 - died on 1 Sep 1847 in Probably Ohio)


255. Catherine was born in 1742 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA and died in 1798 at age 56.

Catherine married Andreas Eby in 1761 in Warwick Twp, Lancaster Co., PA. Andreas was born in 1742 in Warwick Twp, Lancaster Co., PA and died in 1798 in York Co, PA at age 56.
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258. John Conrad Gerhardt was born about 1720. Another name for John was John Conrad Gerhard.

General Notes: Extracts from the Church Record of the Quitophalla Church
now Hill church near Annville, Lebanon County 1745-1854
copied by William J. Hinke (typed April 1944) pastors:
Johan Caspar Stover 1733-1779 May
Friedrich Teador Malsheimer 1779-1784
Johann Casper Stoever 1787-1790
from the files of Annette K. Burgert, F.A.S.G. "Other possible
clues in this record:Confirmed Easter 1748: Maria Magdalena
Gehrhart. This is presumably the Magdalena Gerhardt(in) who
married 9 Oct 1750 at Hill Lutheran Church Jacob Wagner.
There seems to be a Wagner/Gerhart connection since Caspar
Roeder and Regina Gerhart were sponsors in 1762 for a son of
George Sedelmeyer and his wife Magdalena (whose maiden name was
Wagner) in Bethel Twp. This couple were married 6 May 1759.
Lastly, we have Valentin Gerhard who appears at Swatara, having
children baptised in 1754, 1756, and 1762, this last child
being sponsored by Regina Gerhart."

John married Regina Gerhard.

Children from this marriage were:

129       i.  Regina 'Rachel' Gerhardt 14,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,88,89,90,91,93,94,117,118,119,120 (born in 1746 in Annville Lebanon, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA - died on 31 Oct 1816 in Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia)

         ii.  Johann Conrad Gerhart 140 was born in 1746 near Annville, Lebanon Co., PA.


259. Regina Gerhard .

Regina married John Conrad Gerhardt. John was born about 1720. Another name for John was John Conrad Gerhard.

260. Gerhard Etter, son of Johannes (John) Etter and Anna Siegrist, was born before 27 Jan 1718 in Ober Reith, Bern, Switzerland, was christened on 27 Jan 1718 in Ober Reith, Bern, Switzerland,141 and died on 26 Apr 1783 in Lebanon Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

General Notes:
Gerhard Etter had a Warrant survey ( # A-47-48 ) done
under warrant number 121. The warrant was dated 16 DEC 1747
and the survey was dated 31 OCT 1765. The patent was dated 20
NOV 1766 to Gerhard Etter ( Patent number AA-8-109 ).
The 180.132 Acres - perches of this land is mostly in
North Annville twp of Lebanon County (Lancaster county until
1785). The rest is in North Londonderry twp of the same
county,
The other settlers who recieved warrents in that 1740 -
1750 time period were:
North Londonderry - James Caruthers, John Over, John
Bowman, Josias Aspen, Robert McCallon, William Sawer, Henry
Walker, John Walker (none were close neighbors)
North Annville - Nicolas Erbie, Adam Ulrick, Daniel
Reeser, Richard Robinson, Hans Ring, Mary Dougherty, Hans
Zimmerman, John Cryder, Frederick Adelphers, Joseph Buckwalter,
Mathias Bumgardener, Jacob Deets, John Breightbill, Adam Bard,
John Nicolas Hoover, Andrew Miller, Thomas McCormick, John
Meyer, Thomas Smiley, John Oliphant, George Parrier, Jacob
Reniser, Henry Sanders, Alexander Reed, Urick Suppinger, Henry
Weisler, John Steward, Jacob Benedick, Jacob Wolf, Adam
Wagoner, John Conelly, Simon Bealer.
within 1745-1749 Adam Ulrick (49), Richard Robinson (49),
Hans Ring (49), Hans Zimmerman (49), John Breightbill (49),
John Nicolas Hoover (45), Thomas Smiley (45), John Oliphant
(48) George Parrier (45), Jacob Reniser (49), Alexander Reed
(48), Ulrick Suppinger (48), John Benedict (49), Jacob Wolf
(49), Adam Wagoner (49), John Snough (49), and Michael Pultz
(49).

Gerhard married Catharina (Catherine) Banga. Catharina was born on 26 Oct 1718 in Muenchenstein, Basel, Switzerland and died on 20 Apr 1788 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Etter was born in 1744.

         ii.  Peter Etter was born in 1745.

        iii.  John Etter

         iv.  Anna Maria Etter was born about 1750.

130       v.  Daniel Etter 35,36,41 (born on 27 Apr 1750 in Quitapahilla, Lancaster Co., PA - died on 5 Sep 1803 in Evansham {Wytheville}, Wythe, Virginia)

         vi.  Samuel Etter was born on 2 Jan 1759 and died on 14 Jan 1840 at age 81.

        vii.  Anne Etter


261. Catharina (Catherine) Banga was born on 26 Oct 1718 in Muenchenstein, Basel, Switzerland and died on 20 Apr 1788 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania at age 69.

Catharina married Gerhard Etter. Gerhard was born before 27 Jan 1718 in Ober Reith, Bern, Switzerland, was christened on 27 Jan 1718 in Ober Reith, Bern, Switzerland,141 and died on 26 Apr 1783 in Lebanon Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

264. Peter Hauff was born about 1730 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania and died in 1784 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania about age 54.

General Notes: 1. ANDREW WAS AN ONLY CHILD

Peter married Anna Hauff. Anna was born about 1730.

The child from this marriage was:

132       i.  Andrew Hauff (born about 1760 in Keezletown - died about 1820 in Rockingham Co, VA)


265. Anna Hauff was born about 1730.

Anna married Peter Hauff. Peter was born about 1730 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania and died in 1784 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania about age 54.

274. Johann Jacob Schindeldeker,79 son of Hans Jacob Schindeldecker and Maria M. Schindeldecker, was born about 1713 in Pirmassens, Pfalz, Baveria79,142 and died in 1767 in Frederick County, Maryland79 about age 54.

Johann married Marina Elizabeth Schussler 79 on 17 Feb 1933 in Hinterweiderthal, Pfalz.79 Marina was born on 8 Nov 1715 in Winterwaldenthel, Pfalz79 and died WFT Est 1742-1809 in MD79 at age 27.

Children from this marriage were:

137       i.  Maria Elizabeth Schindeldecker 79 (born on 24 Jan 1734 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz - died in 1815 in Sherarroah Co., VA)

         ii.  Christina Elizabeth Schindeldecker was born on 12 Feb 1736 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz.

        iii.  Jacob Schindeldecker was born about 1740 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz.

         iv.  Andrew Schindeldecker was born about 1740 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz.

          v.  Catherine Schindeldecker was born about 1740 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz.

         vi.  Margaret Schindeldecker was born about 1740 in Hinterweidenthal, Pfalz.


275. Marina Elizabeth Schussler,79 daughter of George Schuessler and Anna Ottilie Schuessler, was born on 8 Nov 1715 in Winterwaldenthel, Pfalz79 and died WFT Est 1742-1809 in MD79 at age 27.

Marina married Johann Jacob Schindeldeker 79 on 17 Feb 1933 in Hinterweiderthal, Pfalz.79 Johann was born about 1713 in Pirmassens, Pfalz, Baveria79,142 and died in 1767 in Frederick County, Maryland79 about age 54.

276. Wilhelm Andes was born in 1720.

General Notes:
In the year 1763 or 1764 three Andes brothers came from
Bavaria, Germany. Andrew was one of these. The Andes lived in
the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia near Timberville near New
Market.

Wilhelm married Unknown.

The child from this marriage was:

138       i.  Andreas 'Andrew' Andes (Antes) 79 (born on 10 Feb 1749 in Frederick Co, MD Or Bavaria, Germany - died on 21 May 1821 in Rockingham Co, VA)


277. Unknown .

Unknown married Wilhelm Andes. Wilhelm was born in 1720.

278. John Baer,79 son of Jacob Baer and Elizabeth Baer, was born about 1730 in Elkhorn, Virginia79 and died in 179179 about age 61. Another name for John was John Bear.

General Notes:
The Bowers family came to the Shenandoah valley, VA, from
Pennsylvania ( probably York County) due to a disagreement with
the policies of the Governor of Pennsylvania

John married Catherine Elizabeth Miller.79 Catherine was born on 20 Dec 1734 in VA.79

The child from this marriage was:

139       i.  Barbara Bear 79 (born on 6 Jan 1753 in Rockingham County, Virginia - died on 27 Aug 1828 in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Rockingham County, Virginia)


279. Catherine Elizabeth Miller,79 daughter of Adam Muller and Barbara Muller, was born on 20 Dec 1734 in VA.79

Catherine married John Baer.79 John was born about 1730 in Elkhorn, Virginia79 and died in 179179 about age 61. Another name for John was John Bear.

280. Hans Jerg Froschauer 143 was born about 1710 in Meckernheir, Palatine, was christened in Christ Reformed, Conewago, Near Letterstown, PA, and died in Morgan Co, WV.

General Notes: came to Philadelphia in 1732 on ship "Mary" of London. John
Gray was master of the ship which sailed from Rotterdam, last
from Cowes. He signed his oath on Sept. 26, 1732.
He took up land before 1752 in present day Adams county.
He and his wife are found in church records of the Conewago
area (now Littlestown). At that time it was Lancaster county
and became York county.

Hans married Catherine Graf. Catherine was born about 1710 in Lichtenberg, Near Landau.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Johann Gorg Freshour was born in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

         ii.  Anna Maria Freshour was born in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

        iii.  Maria Magdelene Freshour was born in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

         iv.  Johann Vendol 'Wendle' Freshour was born in 1722 in Germany and died in 1793 at age 71.

140       v.  John Freshour (born on 16 Dec 1732 in PA - died in Mar 1802 in Greene County, Tennessee)

         vi.  Catarina 'Catherine' Freshour was born in Jul 1735 in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

        vii.  Maria Elisabetha 'Mary Elizabeth' Freshour was born on 21 Sep 1738 in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

       viii.  Andreas 'Andrew' Freshour was born on 30 Sep 1746 in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

         ix.  Johann Adam Freshour was born on 30 Sep 1746 in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.

          x.  Son Freshour was born on 29 Jan 1748 in , Adams County, Pennsylvania.


281. Catherine Graf was born about 1710 in Lichtenberg, Near Landau.

Catherine married Hans Jerg Froschauer.143 Hans was born about 1710 in Meckernheir, Palatine, was christened in Christ Reformed, Conewago, Near Letterstown, PA, and died in Morgan Co, WV.

304. John Scarborough II,62,63 son of John Scarborough and Sarah Ashby, was born on 26 Dec 1667 in London, England, was christened on 26 Dec 1669 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London, died on 27 Jan 1727 in Solebury, Bucks County, PA at age 59, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

General Notes: 5/1/1696 - Difference between Thomas Stackhouse and John Scarbor ough was heard and determined and they both are satisfied and th e said John did acknowledge his fault. [Watring, Volume 2, pag e 245, Middletown MM, acknowledgements]

2/2/1696 - John Scarborough did signify his desire to exchange s ome land with Thomas Stackhouse, Jr. Ezra and William Croasdal e were appointed to go and view the said land and give John Advi ce. [Watring, Volume 2, page 245, Middletown MM, acknowledgement s]

2/7/1697 - William Paxson and John Scarborough have quarreled an d fought with each other and the said John Scarborough has gon e to a magistrate to desire justice. [Watring, Volume 2, page 24 5, Middletown MM, acknowledgements]

Statement by Lianel Briten. I being at the house of Henry Woodwo rth on the 26th day of the 10th month last past whose diverse fr iends were met together to keep Christmas as they call it an d I being there did join to much with them, both in singing an d drinking and did not bear that testimonty against that evil pr actice, as might to have done ... John Scarborough, 3/7/1705. [W atring, Volume 2, page 155, Falls MM, men's minutes]

3/7/1705 - John Scarborough acknowledges for want of watchfulnes s being at the house of Henry Woodnarth on 26th day of 10th mont h, last past, where divers persons were met together to keep Chr istmas (as they called it) and being there did join too much, bo th in singing and drinking, and did not bear that testimony agai nst that evil practice as he ought to have done. [Watring, Volum e 2, page 237, Middletown MM, acknowledgements]

5/7/1705 - John Scarborough sent a letter condemning his disorde rly behavior at the house of Henry Woodworth at the time calle d Christmas where he did join to much, both in singing and drink ing. [Watring, Volume 2, page 64, Falls MM, men's minutes]

Noted events in his life were:

• Will: 13 Jan 1727. 144

• Will proved: 8 Feb 1727.

John married Mary Pierson 62,63 about 1690 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Mary was born about Jun 1665 in London, England, died on 13 Jan 1751 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA about age 85, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1690, Hunterdon, NJ.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Scarborough 62,63 was born on 30 Oct 1691 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania145 and died on 27 Apr 1727 in Doylestown, PA at age 35.

         ii.  Sarah M. Scarborough 62,63 was born on 4 Feb 1694 in Middletown, Bucks County, PA146 and died on 4 Mar 1748 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA at age 54.

        iii.  Mary Scarborough 62,63 was born on 5 Aug 1695 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania147 and died on 25 May 1760 in Frederick County, VA at age 64.

         iv.  Susanna Scarborough 62,63 was born on 29 May 1697 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania147 and died in 1791 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania at age 94.

          v.  Elizabeth Scarborough 62,63 was born in 1699 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and died on 20 Jan 1742 at age 43.

         vi.  John Scarborough 62,63 was born on 31 Aug 1704 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, died on 5 May 1769 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania at age 64, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

        vii.  Hannah Scarborough 62,63 was born on 31 Aug 1704 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania,148 died on 21 Feb 1743 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA148 at age 38, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

152    viii.  Robert Scarborough 62,63 (born on 10 Aug 1708 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA - died on 19 Jan 1805 in Monroe County, VA)


305. Mary Pierson,62,63 daughter of Robert Pierson and Mary Janney, was born about Jun 1665 in London, England, died on 13 Jan 1751 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA about age 85, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

Mary married John Scarborough II 62,63 about 1690 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. John was born on 26 Dec 1667 in London, England, was christened on 26 Dec 1669 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London, died on 27 Jan 1727 in Solebury, Bucks County, PA at age 59, and was buried in Buckingham Friends Cemetery, Bucks County, PA.

306. William Bailey,62,63 son of Ansolme Bailey and Elizabeth Warren, was born about 1680 and died after 1770.

William married someone.

His children were:

153       i.  Mary Bailey 62,63 (born before 1712 - died in Greenbrier County, VA)

         ii.  James Bailey 62,63


320. Samuel Henry Duff, son of Samuel Duff and Elizabeth Stewart, was born in 1720 in Pennsylvania and died on 17 May 1896 at age 176.

Samuel married Margaret Montgomery. Margaret was born about 1720 in Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

160       i.  William B. Duff 14 (born in 1744 in County Antrim Or Tyrone, Ireland - died on 21 Dec 1819 in Washington County, Virginia)

         ii.  John Duff was born in 1746 in Ireland and died about 1894 about age 148.

        iii.  Robert Duff was born in 1748 in Ireland.

         iv.  Samuel Duff was born in 1750 and died on 5 Jan 1825 at age 75.

          v.  Eleanor Duff was born in 1752 in Virginia and died on 19 Apr 1796 at age 44.

         vi.  Jacob Duff was born about 1756 in Virginia.

        vii.  James Duff was born on 26 May 1757 in Ireland and died on 31 Dec 1851 in Lee County, Virginia at age 94.

       viii.  Elizabeth Duff was born in 1767 and died in 1809 at age 42.


321. Margaret Montgomery was born about 1720 in Virginia.

Margaret married Samuel Henry Duff. Samuel was born in 1720 in Pennsylvania and died on 17 May 1896 at age 176.

496. Johan Philip Ermentraudt, son of Michael Ermentraudt and Ann Elizabeth Hain, was born in 1721 in Germany and died in 1790 in Rockingham County, VA at age 69.

General Notes: Johan's name appears on the ship Samuel's list of passengers as 18. He swore the oath of allegiance to the English King on August 27, 1739 in Philadelphia, the day the family landed in America. He lived with his widowed mother on her farm a short distance north of St. John's (hains) Reformed Church and a few miles north of the present-day Wernersville, PA. On October 12, 1749, Johan took up by warrant from the Proprietors, sons of William Penn, a tract of 35 acres of land in Lancaster (now Berks Co.), PA. It adjoined the land owned by his mother. On December 16, 1749 he acquired an additional 50 acres of land from the Proprietors. Johan was one of the founders and promoters of the building of the St. Daniels Lutheran Church located just north of the present-day town of Robesonia, PA. This church was started in 1751 and completed in 1753. The Ermentraudt farms were located a little over two miles north of the intersecton of the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike (US 422) in the present-day town of Wernersville, PA and the Hains Church Road and a little more than a mile north of Hains Church. Their property was close to George & Veronica Hain's property.

In the early 1730's, numerous grants of large acreage were made to a number of individuals by the Virginia Colonial Government conditioned upon the grantee's ability to settle an agreed number of permanent settlers on their land in a stated length of time. It is not known when Johan moved his family to Virginia but on December 31, 1754, he bought 175 acres on Smith's Creek in Augusta (now Rockingham Co.) VA. He also bought several other tracts of land in the same vicinity totaling 679 acres.

Johan participated in the border warfare during the French and Indian Wars as indicated in an order dated September 10, 1756 continuing he and his brother Stopfel (Christopher) in Capt. Daniel Harrison's Company of Militia. Johan's mother lived with him after the moved to Virginia.

Johan's will was probated in the Rockingham County, VA court on June 27, 1791.

The Ermentraut family in 1768/1769 was a moving force in the building of the 2nd "Pinquit Moundyn" (Peaked Mountain) Church in Virginia. In 1787, Peter and Johan Phillip, who lived several miles north of present-day Keezletown, Va, and 10 to 12 milel from the Peaked Mountain Church, formed a congregation and started building a new church . This was a log structure to be known locally as St. Phillips, Ermentrauts or the Old Dutch Church.

Johan married ELIZABETH REITH between 1745 and 1746 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. ELIZABETH was born on 8 Oct 1725 in Pennsylvania and died on 7 Oct 1795 in Rockingham County, VA at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Henrick Ermentraudt was born in PA.

         ii.  Philip Ermentraudt was born in 1747 in PA.

248     iii.  Peter Ermentraudt (born on 17 Sep 1751 in Lancaster, now Berks County, PA - died on 9 Jan 1824 in Rockingham County, VA)


497. ELIZABETH REITH was born on 8 Oct 1725 in Pennsylvania and died on 7 Oct 1795 in Rockingham County, VA at age 69.

General Notes: Elizabeth's family was originally settled in the New York Colony in 1710 by the English Government as part of a project to produce Naval stores for the Royal Navy. Dissatisfaction with Government Policy and the English settler's attitude toward the Germans in the Hudson River Settlements contributed to the Risch family's decision to join the 1723 winter migration of a number of the German settlers to the Pennsylvania Colony.

Elizabeth was buried in the Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery in present-day McGaheysville, VA.

ELIZABETH married Johan Philip Ermentraudt between 1745 and 1746 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Johan was born in 1721 in Germany and died in 1790 in Rockingham County, VA at age 69.

508. Andreas Eby was born in 1695 in Heidelberg, Baden, Germany and died on 6 Oct 1769 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania at age 74.

General Notes: Andreas Eby(2), was probably born about 1695 in the town of Baiertal near Heidelberg in the Province of Baden, Germany and was most likely a son of Jacob Ebe who was well known in the area of Germany known as the Kraichgau. He was no doubt a miller, an occupation which was that of his probable Uncle Durst Eby(1). About the year 1720, he was married to Barbara Bachmann and appears to have had at least two children before his departure to America.

About 1727, he made the journey up the Rhine to the city of Rotterdam in Holland. In the spring of 1728 he sailed on the ship "Mortonhouse" which arrived in Philadelphia on August 24, 1728. He moved to Lancaster County at once since he already had relatives there and took up residence near the village of Manheim on the Chickies Creek, where he worked as a farmer and miller. His tract of land which encompassed 226 acres was patented to him on November 28, 1748. It now appears from the gap between his children's ages that he was married twice, and that his second wife's name may have been Elizabeth.

Andreas Eby(2), made his Last Will and Testament on March 23, 1763, passed away some time in September of 1769, and was probably buried on his farm property. In his will he does not mention all his children and this was no doubt because some already owned land. In Deed R219 which was dated October 24, 1776, about seven years after Andreas Eby(2) had passed away, it mentions other children and time and time again we read Christian Eby(3), with his wife Catharine.

The listing of children for Andreas Eby(2), has grown in size since we reported it in the first volume of our publication and we now have many more dates and the names of more wives to include here as well. In this volume we also include Jacob Eby(3), who we list as another son of Andrea(2), whom we believe was dead before 1765 and therefore not mentioned in any documents of his father's estate. To this Jacob Eby(3), we have attributed the children we moved from Johannes (John) Eby(3), son of George Eby(2), in our first two volumes, so please revise your records accordingly.


From the Brethren Encyclopedia

ANDREAS Eby, another immigrant (likely the son of Jacob Ebe and related to Theodorus Eby), as born 1695 in the town of Baiertal near Heidelberg, Germany. About 1720 he married Barbara Bachman and in 1728 sailed on the Mortonhouse, arriving in Philadelphia on August 24, 1728. They settled near Manheim in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, on the Chickies Creek, where they became members of the White Oak congregation. Andreas was the father of Brethren minister ANDREAS Eby (1742-98), who moved to York Co., Pennsylvania, then to Maryland. Relationship with the Brethren is through this line of Andreas Eby."

Likely this Andrew (Andreas) Eby(2)
Who was the Andrew Eby listed with 200 acres in Warwick Twp. In 1759? I believe John Eby s/o Christian,S/o Theodorus, was living next door to Andrew Eby. John was only 22 years old for this tax
assessment. John's brother, Andrew is only 12 years old, so it is not him. And I don't have a record of Theodorus having a son, Andrew, which would be an uncle of John and obvious help in starting a homestead since John's father, Christian is dead. Is Andrew an older cousin? If so, who's son is
he? Is this the Andrew Eby whose will is proved 6 Oct 1769?

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Alt. Death, Bef Oct 1769, Warwick, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Andreas married Barbara Bachman about 1720 in Germany. Barbara was born in 1702 in Probably In Germany and died after 1732 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Another name for Barbara was Barbara Bachmann.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Alt. Marriage, 1722, Probably In Germany.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Christian Eby was born about 1723 in Heidelberg, Baiertahl, Baden, Germany and died on 1 Aug 1802 in Georgetown, Frederick County, , Maryland about age 79.

         ii.  Jacob Eby was born about 1724 in Baiertahl, Baden, Germany and died before 1765 in Lebanon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Andreas next married Elizabeth ---- in 1741. Elizabeth was born in 1720 in Probably Germany and died before 1763 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

254       i.  Andreas Eby (born in 1742 in Warwick Twp, Lancaster Co., PA - died in 1798 in York Co, PA)

         ii.  Elizabeth Eby was born in 1744 in Heilelberg, Baden, Baiertal, Germany and was buried in Heller Family Cemetery Upper Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvannia.

        iii.  Maria (Mary) Eby was born in 1747.

         iv.  Eve Eby was born in 1749.

          v.  Barbara Eby was born in 1751 in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and died in 1811 in Georgetown, Frederick County, , Maryland at age 60.

         vi.  Johannes Eby was born in 1753 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania and died in Jan 1798 in Manheim Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania at age 45.

        vii.  Maria (Mary) Eby was born in 1757 in Heldelberg, Baden, Baiertal, Germany.


509. Elizabeth ---- was born in 1720 in Probably Germany and died before 1763 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth married Andreas Eby in 1741. Andreas was born in 1695 in Heidelberg, Baden, Germany and died on 6 Oct 1769 in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania at age 74.
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520. Johannes (John) Etter, son of Heinrich Etter and Elsbeth Steinman, was born in 1685 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland. Another name for Johannes was Johannes Etter.

Johannes married Anna Siegrist. Anna was born in 1691 in Ruemlisberg, Aargau, Switzerland.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Anna Katrina Etter was born on 25 Dec 1711.

         ii.  Daniel Etter was born before 12 Mar 1713 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland and was christened on 12 Mar 1713 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland.

        iii.  Johannes Etter was born before 25 Mar 1714 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland, was christened on 25 Mar 1714 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland, and died before 1723.

         iv.  Peter Etter was born before 21 Apr 1715 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland, was christened on 21 Apr 1715 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland, and died in 1786.

          v.  Katharina Etter was born before 23 Aug 1716 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland and was christened on 23 Aug 1716 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland.

260      vi.  Gerhard Etter (born before 27 Jan 1718 in Ober Reith, Bern, Switzerland - died on 26 Apr 1783 in Lebanon Twp., Lancaster Co., PA)

        vii.  Rosina Etter was born before 7 May 1719 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland and was christened on 7 May 1719 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland.

       viii.  Susanna Etter was born before 25 Jan 1722 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland and was christened on 25 Jan 1722 in Kirchenthurnen, Bern, Switzerland.

         ix.  Johannes (John) Etter was born before 18 Jul 1723 in Muenchenbuchsee, Canton Bern, Switzerland, was christened on 18 Jul 1723 in Muenchenbuchsee, Canton Bern, Switzerland, and died on 28 Sep 1767 in PA.

          x.  Samuel Etter was born before 15 Oct 1724 in Muenchenbuchsee, Bern, Switzerland and was christened on 15 Oct 1724 in Muenchenbuchsee, Bern, Switzerland.


521. Anna Siegrist was born in 1691 in Ruemlisberg, Aargau, Switzerland.

Anna married Johannes (John) Etter. Johannes was born in 1685 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland. Another name for Johannes was Johannes Etter.

548. Hans Jacob Schindeldecker 79 was born about 165079 and died WFT Est 1713-174379 about age 63.

Hans married Maria M. Schindeldecker 79 on 20 Jun 1671.79 Maria was born in 165079 and died WFT Est 1714-174679 at age 64.

The child from this marriage was:

274       i.  Johann Jacob Schindeldeker 79 (born about 1713 in Pirmassens, Pfalz, Baveria - died in 1767 in Frederick County, Maryland)


549. Maria M. Schindeldecker 79 was born in 165079 and died WFT Est 1714-174679 at age 64.

Maria married Hans Jacob Schindeldecker 79 on 20 Jun 1671.79 Hans was born about 165079 and died WFT Est 1713-174379 about age 63.

550. George Schuessler 79 was born about 1690 in Hinterweiderthal, Pfalz79 and died WFT Est 1719-178179 about age 29.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt Birth: 1690, Pfalz Baveria. 79

George married Anna Ottilie Schuessler 79 WFT Est 1706-1719.79 Anna was born about 169079 and died WFT Est 1719-178479 about age 29.

The child from this marriage was:

275       i.  Marina Elizabeth Schussler 79 (born on 8 Nov 1715 in Winterwaldenthel, Pfalz - died WFT Est 1742-1809 in MD)


551. Anna Ottilie Schuessler 79 was born about 169079 and died WFT Est 1719-178479 about age 29.

Anna married George Schuessler 79 WFT Est 1706-1719.79 George was born about 1690 in Hinterweiderthal, Pfalz79 and died WFT Est 1719-178179 about age 29.

556. Jacob Baer 149,150 was born about 1700 in , , , Switzerland and died in Elkhorn, Virginia. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Bear. Ancestral File Number: B8RV-6V.

General Notes:
The First Bauer recorded in Rietstap's "Armorial General"
was located in Francford Germany. The family was mainly
interested in the world of business.
The American Bauer families came to America circa 1800.
One branch settled in Germantown, PA. One Bauer established an
importing business. Other Bauer families have settled in New
Jersey and New York. Some of the Bauer families are
professional men, some are in manufacturing, while others are
interested in other types of business.
Alt Birth: Abt 1698 , , , Switzerland

Jacob married Elizabeth Baer. Elizabeth was born about 1700.

The child from this marriage was:

278       i.  John Baer 79 (born about 1730 in Elkhorn, Virginia - died in 1791)

Jacob next married Anna Barbara Mueller,149,150 daughter of Adam Mueller and Elizabeth,. Anna was born about 1702 in Switzerland>.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jacob Jr. Bear Or (Baer) 149 was born on 15 Nov 1724 of Elkton, Rckhm, VA and died on 12 Feb 1780 in Bear Lithia Spring, Rockingham, VA at age 55. Ancestral File Number: 1D3T-6M.

         ii.  John Bear 149,150 was born in 1741 in Of, Elton, Rockingham, Virginia. Ancestral File Number: B8RV-XN.

        iii.  Barbara Baer 149 was born about 1743 of Elkton, Rockingham, VA. Ancestral File Number: G6FT-P9.

         iv.  Henry Baer 149 was born about 1745 of Elkton, Rockingham, VA. Ancestral File Number: G6FT-QG.


557. Elizabeth Baer was born about 1700.

Elizabeth married Jacob Baer 149.,150 Jacob was born about 1700 in , , , Switzerland and died in Elkhorn, Virginia. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Bear.

558. Adam Muller,79 son of Johan Peter Mueller and Anna Margaretha Mueller, was born on 17 Nov 1703 in Shresoin Germany79 and died in 1783 in Green Meadows, TN79 at age 80.

General Notes: Homestead of Adam (Mueller) Miller

The first white settler west of the Blue Ridge Mountains
built about 1727, one mile north of present Elkton, VA, on
Route 12.
The house was built of logs, two rooms on the first floor
and two on the second. There is a center chimney and two
fireplaces on the first floor. The enclosed staircase ascends
to the second floor around the center chimney. Originally there
were only two windows on the first floor, one on either side.
During this century, a window was cut into the front wall.
The Augusta County, VA, records reveal that Adam Miller
began building a second, commodious log house in 1764. It is
said that he selected the logs, constructing it with care, and
"it grew like a merry thing toward the sky". He and Barbara
called it "Green Meadows". In 1860, a descendant, Thomas K.
Miller, remodelled and enlarged the house, joining the old, log
kitchen which is now used for the same purpose. In the kitchen
is Barbara's old firestove with the crane still attached.
Also, there is a corner, hanging cupboard which was handmade
and worked out by chisel over two hundred years ago.
On display in the house is the original Land Patent obn
sheepskin made at Williamsburg, VA, 20 JUNE 1749, showing Adam
Miller's signature. (He paid cash for the initial 820 acre
purchase in 1726 where Green Meadows is located.) Also on view
is the 13 MARCH 1941-42 naturalization document of Adam Miller,
signed by His Majesty's Governor William Gooch, one seal
visible on it.
The 1727 homestead was designated a Historical Landmark in
the State of Virginia 17 OCTOBER 1978, and entered in the
National Register of Historic Homes 1 FEBRUARY 1979.

Adam married Barbara Muller. Barbara was born in 1700.

Children from this marriage were:

279       i.  Catherine Elizabeth Miller 79 (born on 20 Dec 1734 in VA)

         ii.  Henry Miller was born in 1739.

        iii.  Adam Miller Jr. was born in 1739.

         iv.  Anna Barbara Miller was born in 1739.

Adam next married Anna Maria Barbara Koger,79 daughter of Joss Koger and Anna Lowenberger, between 1732 and 1734.79 Anna was born in 1716 in Auggen Baden-Durlach Germany79 and died WFT Est 1738-181079 at age 22.

The child from this marriage was:

279       i.  Catherine Elizabeth Miller 79 (born on 20 Dec 1734 in VA)


559. Barbara Muller was born in 1700.

Barbara married Adam Muller.79 Adam was born on 17 Nov 1703 in Shresoin Germany79 and died in 1783 in Green Meadows, TN79 at age 80.

608. John Scarborough,62,63 son of William John Scarborough and Agnes King, was born on 24 Feb 1639 in London, England, was christened on 1 Mar 1639, died on 21 May 1706 in London, England at age 67, and was buried in May 1706 in Bunhill Field Bg, London.

General Notes: John came to America about 1682 with John, Jr., who was 15 year s old at the time. He returned to England in 1684.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Coachmaker

• Residence: #65 John Street

• Residence: 1667, Hoosier Lane, London.

• Land purchase: 4 Jul 1682. 151,152 250 Acres From William Penn
250 Acres From William Penn

John married Sarah Ashby 62,63 on 23 Feb 1664 in London, England. Sarah was born about 1646.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Anne Scarborough 62,63 was born on 28 Nov 1664 in London, England and was christened on 1 Dec 1664 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London.

304      ii.  John Scarborough II 62,63 (born on 26 Dec 1667 in London, England - died on 27 Jan 1727 in Solebury, Bucks County, PA)

        iii.  William Scarborough 62,63 was born on 1 Jan 1671 in London and was christened on 4 Jan 1671 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London.

         iv.  Susanna Scarborough 62,63 was born on 6 Mar 1672 in London, was christened on 9 Mar 1672 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London, and died on 10 Aug 1673 in London at age 1.

          v.  Sarah Scarborough 62,63 was born on 3 Aug 1674 in London and died on 15 Aug 1674 in London.

         vi.  Elizabeth Scarborough 62,63 was born on 14 Oct 1675 in London and was christened on 17 Oct 1675 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London.

        vii.  Baldwin Scarborough 62,63 was born on 3 Mar 1679 in London and died on 19 Mar 1679 in London.

       viii.  Richard Scarborough 62,63 was born on 25 Aug 1680 in London, was christened on 25 Aug 1680 in St. Sepulchre, Holburn Parish, London, and died on 29 Aug 1680 in London.


609. Sarah Ashby,62,63 daughter of William Ashby and Susannah ?, was born about 1646.

Sarah married John Scarborough 62,63 on 23 Feb 1664 in London, England. John was born on 24 Feb 1639 in London, England, was christened on 1 Mar 1639, died on 21 May 1706 in London, England at age 67, and was buried in May 1706 in Bunhill Field Bg, London.

610. Robert Pierson 62,63 was born about 1634 in Pownell Fee, Cheshire, England and died on 23 May 1674 about age 40.

Robert married Mary Janney 62,63 on 3 Dec 1654. Mary was born about 1628 and died in Jan 1689 about age 61.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Thomas Pierson 62,63 was born in 1653 in Pownell Fee, Cheshire, England and died on 27 May 1734 in Marple, Chester County, PA at age 81.

305      ii.  Mary Pierson 62,63 (born about Jun 1665 in London, England - died on 13 Jan 1751 in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA)

        iii.  William Pierson 62,63


611. Mary Janney,62,63 daughter of Thomas Janney and Elizabeth Worthington, was born about 1628 and died in Jan 1689 about age 61.

Mary married Robert Pierson 62,63 on 3 Dec 1654. Robert was born about 1634 in Pownell Fee, Cheshire, England and died on 23 May 1674 about age 40.

612. Ansolme Bailey 62,63 was born in 1648 in England and died in 1688 in Surrey County, VA at age 40.

Ansolme married Elizabeth Warren 62,63 in 1668 in Isle Of Wight County, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Bailey 62,63 was born in 1670.

         ii.  Anselm Bailey 62,63 was born in 1672.

        iii.  Jane Bailey 62,63 was born in 1674.

         iv.  Walter Bailey 62,63 was born in 1676.

          v.  Robert Bailey 62,63 was born in 1678.

306      vi.  William Bailey 62,63 (born about 1680 - died after 1770)

        vii.  Elizabeth Bailey 62,63 was born in 1682.


613. Elizabeth Warren 62.,63

Elizabeth married Ansolme Bailey 62,63 in 1668 in Isle Of Wight County, VA. Ansolme was born in 1648 in England and died in 1688 in Surrey County, VA at age 40.

640. Samuel Duff was born in Scotland, Via Ireland and died about 1780.

Samuel married Elizabeth Stewart. Elizabeth died about 1796 in Lee County, Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

320       i.  Samuel Henry Duff (born in 1720 in Pennsylvania - died on 17 May 1896)

         ii.  Abraham Duff was born about 1748 and died in 1791 about age 43.

        iii.  James Duff was born on 26 May 1757 in Ireland and died on 31 Dec 1851 in Lee County, Virginia at age 94.

         iv.  Robert Duff was born in 1748 in Ireland.


641. Elizabeth Stewart died about 1796 in Lee County, Virginia.

Elizabeth married Samuel Duff. Samuel was born in Scotland, Via Ireland and died about 1780.

992. Michael Ermentraudt was born in 1693 and died in 1739 at age 46.

General Notes: The Ermentraudt family came from an area which had originally been the Palatinate State of the Holy Roman Empire. This was the area of the present-day German State of Nassau (Hesse). Today there is a small German farming village by the name of Irmtraut , located about 13 miles north of Limburg (on National Route 54) on the Lahn River, a tributary of the Rhine. The old tower of the Irmtraut village church still stands, spanning the known 1,100 years of Irmtraut's history. There is a stained window in this tower depicting what is possibly the family coat-of-arms. There has been no connection established with the Barons Von-Irmtraut.

Michael married Ann Elizabeth Hain. Ann was born before 1699 and died in 1775 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Johannes Ermentraudt was born in 1717 in Germany.

         ii.  Ann Elizabeth Ermentraudt was born in 1719 in Germany.

496     iii.  Johan Philip Ermentraudt (born in 1721 in Germany - died in 1790 in Rockingham County, VA)

         iv.  Johan Frederick Ermentraudt was born in 1723 in Germany.

          v.  Christopher Ermentraudt was born in 1725 in Germany.

         vi.  John Henry Ermentraudt was born in 1727 in Germany.

        vii.  George Ermentraudt was born in 1729 in Germany.


993. Ann Elizabeth Hain was born before 1699 and died in 1775 in VA.

General Notes: Anna's husband probably died in Germany, because Peter Hain, Elizabeth's brother returned to Europe and escorted her and her family on the ship Samuel to America..

Anna landed in Delaware Bay on August 27, 1739 on the English ship, Samuel.
There were 340 passengers on board, mostly Palatine Germans. The ship's passenger list included Johannes Ermantroudt, age 22, Philipus Ermantroudt, age 18, and Johan Frederick Ermentroudt, age 16. They unloaded in Philadelphia. She lived at first on a farm with her brother George Hain, 7 miles NW of Reading PA. She bought 500 acres in Lancaster (now Berks) County about 2 miles N. of the intersection of Berks and Dauphin Turnpike (US422) in present-day Wernersville PA and the Hains Church Road, 1 mile N. of Hains Church.

Anna's brother, George Hain and possibly Peter his brother, had come to America with the English project for settling German Protestants from the refugee camps around London, in the New York Colony at a site along the Hudson River called Scoharie, where they went to work for the English Navy in the production of Naval stores. Many of this group of immigrants became dissatisfied with broken promises and the English treatment of the colonists, left the project, and traveled overland through the Delaware Water Gap to the Tolpehocken Creek Area of the present-day Berkes County, PA, in the winter of 1723.

Ann married Michael Ermentraudt. Michael was born in 1693 and died in 1739 at age 46.
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1040. Heinrich Etter, son of Peter Etter and Elsbeth Forster, was born in 1653 and died in 1695 at age 42.

Heinrich married Elsbeth Steinman. Elsbeth was born in 1660 and died in 1696 at age 36.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Maria Etter was born in 1682.

         ii.  Peter Etter was born in 1683.

520     iii.  Johannes (John) Etter (born in 1685 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland)

         iv.  Elsbeth Etter was born on 20 Jan 1689 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland and died on 19 Feb 1692 at age 3.

          v.  Barbara Etter was born on 20 Nov 1689 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland.

         vi.  Hans Jacob Etter was born on 21 Sep 1690 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland.

        vii.  Hans Rudolf Etter was born on 28 Nov 1693 in Reid Bei Kerzers, Fribourg, Switzerland.


1041. Elsbeth Steinman was born in 1660 and died in 1696 at age 36.

Elsbeth married Heinrich Etter. Heinrich was born in 1653 and died in 1695 at age 42.

1116. Johan Peter Mueller 79 was born in 168079 and died WFT Est 1707-177179 at age 27.

Johan married Anna Margaretha Mueller 79 WFT Est 1696-1707.79 Anna was born in 168079 and died WFT Est 1707-177479 at age 27.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Catrina Mueller was born in 1700.

558      ii.  Adam Muller 79 (born on 17 Nov 1703 in Shresoin Germany - died in 1783 in Green Meadows, TN)


1117. Anna Margaretha Mueller 79 was born in 168079 and died WFT Est 1707-177479 at age 27.

Anna married Johan Peter Mueller 79 WFT Est 1696-1707.79 Johan was born in 168079 and died WFT Est 1707-177179 at age 27.

1216. William John Scarborough,62,63 son of William Scarborough and Agnes Farrar, was born about 1598 in England and died on 28 Dec 1680 in England about age 82.

William married Agnes King 62,63 on 21 Jan 1629 in London, England. Agnes was born on 12 Nov 1597 in England and died on 22 Mar 1639 in England at age 41.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Joanna Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1631.

         ii.  Robert Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1633.

        iii.  William Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1636.

608      iv.  John Scarborough 62,63 (born on 24 Feb 1639 in London, England - died on 21 May 1706 in London, England)


1217. Agnes King,62,63 daughter of John King and Unknown, was born on 12 Nov 1597 in England and died on 22 Mar 1639 in England at age 41.

Agnes married William John Scarborough 62,63 on 21 Jan 1629 in London, England. William was born about 1598 in England and died on 28 Dec 1680 in England about age 82.

1218. William Ashby 62,63 was born before 1622.

William married Susannah ? 62.,63 Susannah was born about 1624.

The child from this marriage was:

609       i.  Sarah Ashby 62,63 (born about 1646)


1219. Susannah ? 62,63 was born about 1624.

Susannah married William Ashby 62.,63 William was born before 1622.

1222. Thomas Janney 62.,63

Thomas married Elizabeth Worthington 62.,63

The child from this marriage was:

611       i.  Mary Janney 62,63 (born about 1628 - died in Jan 1689)


1223. Elizabeth Worthington 62.,63

Elizabeth married Thomas Janney 62.,63
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2080. Peter Etter, son of Peter Etter and Elsi Wolf, was born in 1628.

Peter married Elsbeth Forster. Elsbeth was born in 1631. Another name for Elsbeth was Elisabeth Forster.

Children from this marriage were:

1040       i.  Heinrich Etter (born in 1653 - died in 1695)

         ii.  Anna Etter was born in 1654.

        iii.  Hans Rudolf Etter was born in 1663.

         iv.  Hams ? Etter was born in 1665.

          v.  Elsbeth Etter was born in 1668.

         vi.  Niclaus Etter was born in 1673.


2081. Elsbeth Forster was born in 1631. Another name for Elsbeth was Elisabeth Forster.

Elsbeth married Peter Etter. Peter was born in 1628.

2432. William Scarborough,62,63 son of Isaac Scarborough and Unknown, was born about 1560 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England and died on 6 Sep 1616 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England about age 56.

William married Agnes Farrar 62,63 from 21 Jan 1579 to 1580 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England. Agnes was born in 1560 in England and died on 27 Dec 1614 in England at age 54.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Scarborough 62,63 was born on 4 Apr 1582 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England and died in May 1595 at age 13.

         ii.  Elizabeth Scarborough 62,63 was born on 8 Jul 1584 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England and died in Dec 1609 at age 25.

        iii.  George Scarborough 62,63 was born about 1586.

         iv.  Alice Scarborough 62,63 was born on 21 Oct 1586 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England.

          v.  James Scarborough 62,63 was born in Apr 1589 and died before 1616.

         vi.  Timothy Scarborough 62,63 was born on 5 Apr 1592 and died before 1616.

        vii.  Hugh Scarborough 62,63 was born in Aug 1594 and died in Feb 1608 at age 13.

       viii.  Robert Scarborough 62,63 was born on 23 Jan 1597 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England.

1216      ix.  William John Scarborough 62,63 (born about 1598 in England - died on 28 Dec 1680 in England)

          x.  Agnes Scarborough 62,63 was born in Apr 1602 and died on 10 Apr 1602.


2433. Agnes Farrar 62,63 was born in 1560 in England and died on 27 Dec 1614 in England at age 54.

Agnes married William Scarborough 62,63 from 21 Jan 1579 to 1580 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England. William was born about 1560 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England and died on 6 Sep 1616 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England about age 56.

2434. John King 62.,63

John married someone.

His child was:

1217       i.  Agnes King 62,63 (born on 12 Nov 1597 in England - died on 22 Mar 1639 in England)


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4160. Peter Etter, son of Bendicht Etter and Elsy Mathys, was born in 1589.

Peter married Christini N. Christini was born in 1596.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Christini Etter was born in 1618.

Peter next married Claudia. Claudia was born in 1598.

The child from this marriage was:

          i.  Jocob Etter was born in 1620.

Peter next married Elsi Wolf. Elsi was born in 1606.

The child from this marriage was:

2080       i.  Peter Etter (born in 1628)


4161. Elsi Wolf was born in 1606.

Elsi married Peter Etter. Peter was born in 1589.

4864. Isaac Scarborough 62,63.,153

Isaac married someone.

His child was:

2432       i.  William Scarborough 62,63 (born about 1560 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England - died on 6 Sep 1616 in Woburn, Bedfordshire, England)


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8320. Bendicht Etter was born in 1554.

Bendicht married Elsy Mathys. Elsy was born in 1558.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elsbeth Etter was born in 1584.

4160      ii.  Peter Etter (born in 1589)

        iii.  Dorothe Etter was born in 1592.

         iv.  Margredt Etter was born in 1594.


8321. Elsy Mathys was born in 1558.

Elsy married Bendicht Etter. Bendicht was born in 1554.


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