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--- 1st Generation ---

1. Danielle Nicole1 Moen (105) is still living.


--- 2nd Generation ---

2. Todd2 Moen (102) is still living.

3. Elizabeth Alice2 Rollins (100) is still living.


--- 3rd Generation ---

4. Robert Stener3 Moen (2880) also went by the name of Stener (2880) Went by the name Stener untill the WWII. He listed Per Alice May Moen: "Moen possibly not real surname, Moen stood for side of hill, also a city in Norway in the town of Stangaer. When the grandparents came over some brothers took the name of Nelson, Others took the name of Moen. Most Moen people settled in Wisconsin and North Dakota and the South Dakotas. 10/2001. He was born circa 1925 at Augusta, WI. He married Alice May Luedtke (2879), daughter of Walter Otto Luedtke (2883) and Minnie Georgiania Kasten (2885), on 8/24/1946 at Ascention Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, WI. He died on 9/7/1985 at San Bernardino, CA.

5. Alice May3 Luedtke (2879) is still living.

6. Donald Eugene3 Rollins (79) married Elsie Elizabeth Sanfilippo (80), daughter of Giuseppe Sanfilippo (98) and Mary Sanfilippo (99), at Rockford, IL., USA. He was born on 8/14/1934 at born at home, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, USA. He was educated in 1943 at EmmanuelPresbyterian School, Milwaukee, Mil co., USA. He began military service between 1954 and 1955 at Korea, Okanowia, Yokohama? Japan, TX., USA, Japan, light duty at Berkstrom AFB, Austin TX also Little Rock Ark 1957. He lived circa 1960 at 4026 West Kaul Ave, Milwaukee, WI. He died on 4/26/1972 at buired in Pinelawn Cemetry, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, CO., USA, at age 37. He died on 4/26/1972 at Clearwater, FL, at age 37.

7. Elsie Elizabeth3 Sanfilippo (80) married Donald Eugene Rollins (79), son of Samuel David Rollins (67) and Alice Blanch Wiley (68), at Rockford, IL., USA. She also went by the name of Liz (80). She was born on 5/20/1940.


--- 4th Generation ---

8. Stener Helmer4 Moen (2881) was born on 4/19/1896. He was New Tag on 4/20/1910 at Listed as Steiner E Moen. He married Dottie Delight Miller (2882), daughter of Casper J Miller (3440) and Emma A Clark (3441), circa 1920. He died on 8/11/1975 at San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, at age 79.

9. Dottie Delight4 Miller (2882) was born 06/__/1899 at Osseo, WI. She married Stener Helmer Moen (2881), son of Anton O Moen (3718) and Effie (--?--) (3719), circa 1920. She died circa 1990.

10. Walter Otto4 Luedtke (2883) was born on 12/18/1899. He married Minnie Georgiania Kasten (2885), daughter of Fred Kasten (2887) and Minnie Borgwardt (2886), on 6/25/1923 at Ascenion Lutheran Church, Reed & Scott Street, Milwaukee, WI. He died in 1925. .

11. Minnie Georgiania4 Kasten (2885) is still living.

12. Samuel David4 Rollins (67) was Tool and Die Maker adult life at Milwaukee, Mil, Co., USA. HeProperty Owned an unknown person. He was born on 12/19/1899. He was born in 1900 at Dixon, Pulaski, MO., USA. He married Alice Blanch Wiley (68), daughter of Schuyler Colfax Wiley (69) and Alice M. Wiley (336), on 12/10/1927 at Waukegan, Il. HeProperty Owned an unknown person in 1928 at 1724 W. Chambridge. He lived in 1972 at 4972 North 36th Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53209. He died in 5/ /1974 at Died of a heart attack quietly after gardening and sitting in his chair, Sussex, Milwaukee Co., USA, at age 74. He died on 5/15/1974 at Died at home, Milwaukee, MIL, USA, at age 74.

13. Alice Blanch4 Wiley (68) was born on 10/23/1905 at Springfield, Sangamon Co IL, IL. . She married Samuel David Rollins (67), son of William T. Rollins (7) and Cora Groves (8), on 12/10/1927 at Waukegan, Il. She listed Perry, George Scheiler, Wilma all Wiley's, all present at Alice's funeral on 8/27/1961. She died on 8/27/1961 at buired in Pinelawn Cemetry, Milwaukee, Wi., Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Co., USA, at age 55.

14. Giuseppe4 Sanfilippo (98) is still living.

15. Mary4 Sanfilippo (99) was born on 11/14/1911 at Brooklyn, New York. She witnessed the Book of an unknown person in 1927. She married Giuseppe Sanfilippo (98), son of Stefano Sanfilippo (205) and Angela Scardina (206), on 1/29/1927 at Holy Assumption Church, West Allis, Milwaukee, WI. She lived on 1/9/1929 at 5519 Mitchell St., West Allis, Milwaukee, WI. She married Edward Tokarz (1118) circa 1960. She died on 12/5/1999 at Froedert Memorial Lutheran hospital, Wauwatosa, Milwaikee, WI, at age 88. She was obituary Tokarz, Mary
(nee Sanfilippo) Sun Dec. 5, 1999 age 88. Formerly married to Joseph Sanfilippo. Beloved wife of the late Edward. Dear Mother of Sarah Wineland, Angela (James) Grill, Catherine Sorrem, Steven Sanfilippo, Mary Rollins and the late Thomas Sanfilippo. Mother in Law of Mary Pritchard and Kathline Sanfilippo. Loved by 37 grandchildren, 63 great grandchildren, also other relatives and friends. Visitation at the funeral home Tues. (today) Dec. 7, 4-8PM. Funeral Service 8:15 PM. Burial Holly Cross: Krause Funeral Home 12401 W. National Ave 786-8009 on 12/7/1999 at Milwaukee Journal Sentenal, Milwaukee, Wi. She was eulogy Written by grandaughter PattyLyn Sanfilippo daughter of Steven Sanfilippo and Kathline (Mullen) recited by grandaughter Valorie Lorie (Sanfilippo) Rollins Schleicher, daughter of Elizabeth Sanfilippo and Donald Rollins

Grandma
-A woman of great love, strength, faith and wisdom.
-All who came into contact with our grandma were blessed with her love and prayers.
-She belived and taught us that with time, God would take care of all.
-Her strong faith was presented everyday of her life.
-She spoke of great wisdom and always saw positive in a negative situation.
-Even when it was time to end a visit or a phone call, we were all told not to say "goodbye" but "So Long". This in other words would not be the end but a pause, having no beginig or end - till the next time we would be together.
-I know, my grandma is now on her way to be embraced with the love of God.
-It is not the end but only eternity!
-Yes, Eternity
Just as her love and words that we hold in our hearts.
-It is not the end but a continuous memory, a strong memory that will be forever.
-Let us bow and join hands in memory of her and say - "So Long" We all love you Grandma! on 12/7/1999 at Krause Funeral Home.


--- 5th Generation ---

16. Anton O5 Moen (3718) was born in 11/ /1867 at Norway, Norway. He married Effie (--?--) (3719) circa 1890. . . He was (an unknown value) on 4/20/1920 at Taylor. .

17. Effie5 (--?--) (3719) was born in 2/ /1874 at WI. She married Anton O Moen (3718) circa 1890.

18. Casper J5 Miller (3440) was born in 1884 at Pennsylvania. He married Emma A Clark (3441) circa 1898.

19. Emma A5 Clark (3441) was born in 1853 at WI. She married Casper J Miller (3440) circa 1898.

20. Otto5 Luedtke (2884) was born circa 1870 at Europe.

22. Fred5 Kasten (2887) is still living.

23. Minnie5 Borgwardt (2886) was born circa 1870. She married Fred Kasten (2887) circa 1890.

24. William T.5 Rollins (7) was Farmer adult life at MO. He William T.'s farm was owned next by Shelbi Rollins, the house burned down and Shelbi moved into Erma's apartment upstairs from her house. He was born on 3/11/1863 at Dixon, Maries Co, MO. He appeared on the census of 1880. [H]Owned Land an unknown person in 1890 at Maries, MO. He married Cora Groves (8), daughter of Samuel L. Groves (9) and Julia Ann Breeding (10), on 4/10/1898 at Maries Co., Maries Co,, MO., USA. He appeared on the census of 1900 at Miller Township, Maries, Mo. He appeared on the census of 1910 at Miller Co., MO. He appeared on the census of 1920 at Miller Co,, MO. He listed (an unknown value) on 2/2/1920 at Cencus, Miller, Maries, MO. He died on 12/28/1940 at died at 4 am of Vasculair Heart, Renial desease, Congestive Lungs record # 43158, Dixon, Pulaski Co., MO., USA, at age 77. He was buried on 12/31/1940 at Fairview Cemetry, Maries Co., MO., USA. He was obituary Wm. T. Rollins, born 77 yrs 9 modied Saturday; 10 children Obit: Jan 2, 1941 in Dixon Pilot on 1/2/1941.

25. Cora5 Groves (8) When Cora's mother died she took up house for her father and baby sister Sally (later Kimrly), At fourteen she'd bring sally (a few months old) to town and she'd always say it was her baby. She loved sally very much. She All the Rollins boys went to school as far as the eigth grad then worked the farm. The Rollins girls all went to High School. She was born on 12/30/1863 at ? She married William T. Rollins (7), son of Davis / David Rollins (1) and Rachel Carter (181), on 4/10/1898 at Maries Co., Maries Co,, MO., USA. She was buried in 1941 at Fairview Cemetary, Maries Co, MO., USA. She died on 1/7/1941 at Cerbrial Hemorage secondary causes died of failing heart arterisclorius, Hypertensin Record #1816, Dixon, Maries, MO., at age 77. She was obituary Cora Groves Rollins, born Dec 30, 1880, died Jan 7, 1951, married Wm. T. Rollins, April 10 1898; 10 children;
2 brothers and 1 sister; Obit Date: Jan 18, 1951, page 6, Dixon Pilot Newspaper on 1/18/1951 at Dixon Pilot Newspaper., Dixon, Maries, MO.

26. Schuyler Colfax5 Wiley (69) married Abigail Bredt (3340). He listed Mothers relatives lived in Flora Ill. were crowders, schroders & clarks. He was born on 6/22/1869. He married Alice M. Wiley (336) circa 1885. . He died on 9/10/1942 at Carrol Co. IND at age 73.

27. Alice M.5 Wiley (336) was born in 1871. She married Schuyler Colfax Wiley (69), son of Oliver Perry Wiley (3339) and Catherine Crowder (3341), circa 1885. . She died in 1927.

28. Stefano5 Sanfilippo (205) listed Note immigration shows 6/24/1903, from Ellis island and goes to 313 Jackson Street, Milwaukee, WI.
He may of been the second one to come, waiting for his brothers immigration papers 7/19/2001
Stephano first came to America from Portcello, Sicily in about 1901, Then his brother Tony comes with his mother Catherine. Angelia is sent for and arrives with baby Catherine who is two years old in 1902, they were sent back to Italy due to baby Catherine having sores in eyes. Then Stephano returns to Italy in 1903 and brings Peter and the rest of the family to America. He listed Stephano had or worked in the third ward at a place that was owned by Lorenzo Sanfilippo possiblr Cousin) a tavern in the Old third ward in Milwaukee, it later became a large night club called the Bright Spot. Update: (tavern may of been owned by another sanfilippo checking 7/2000)

He took in borders at his home and worked at Alice Chalmers. He built a home on 65th and Mitchell 5521 W. Mitchell. His last address was 6427 W. Mitchell, he built another house next store and lost both homes. When connie and Rose his daughters worked at Supercharger grandpa could no longer get a loan. Rose and Connie took out a loan and paid for the house. Then they put the home in grandmas name. Upon her death the house went to Grandpa Stephano and then later turned the house over to Aunt Connie. He was born on 12/26/1872 at Italy, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. He married Angela Scardina (206), daughter of Giuseppe Scardina (243) and Santa Sanfilippo (1174), circa 1895 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. He died on 3/21/1966 at West Allis, Milwaukee, USA, at age 93. He listed STEFANO SANFILIPPO b. 01 Jan 1873 d. Mar 1966 53214 (Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI) 387-09-2022 Wisconsin on 4/28/2000.

29. Angela5 Scardina (206) witnessed the Book of an unknown person. She was born between 1878 and 1880 at Italy, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. She married Stefano Sanfilippo (205), son of Pietro (Peter) Sanfilippo (221) and Catarina Balistreri (222), circa 1895 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. She immigrated on 7/6/1903 to Citta di Napoli, Palermo, Sicily. She immigrated on 8/12/1903 to Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. She was sacraments Received on Dec 18, 1960 on 12/18/1960. She died on 12/20/1960 at West Allis, Milwaukee, USA. As of 1/16/1999, she was also known as Sanfelippo (206) Name is spelt sanfelippo, when Stepfano came to Milwaukee they began to spell their name with a E instead of an I.

30. Gaetano5 Sanfilippo (279) witnessed the Book of an unknown person. He was born on 5/4/1882 at Porticello, Sicily. He married Isadora Realmuto (423), daughter of Blaze Realmuto (822) and Mary Locascio (823), circa 1890. He immigrated on 3/11/1905 to Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. He witnessed the Book of an unknown person in 1920. He witnessed the Book of an unknown person in 1930.

31. Isadora5 Realmuto (423) is still living.


--- 6th Generation ---

48. Davis / David6 Rollins (1) was Farmer. He listed ROLLIN (British). Possibly a modern form of the ancient Irish name "O'Rothlain".
ROLLINGS (British). "Renown + wolf" (Norman).ROWLAND (British). Possibly a modern form of the ancient Irish name "O'Rothlain".

DAVID (Universal). Originally "darling," later "friend" (Hebrew), through Old Testament king, or the patron saint of
Wales, or one of two Scottish kings.

DAVIS (British). "A lullaby word, darling then friendly".

DAVIS (British). English form of Davies. HeProperty Owned an unknown person in 1807. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person in 1807. He was born in 1819 at TN., USA. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person in 1819. He married Rutha / Betsie Carter (2), daughter of Levi Carter (3) and Elizabeth Rachel Howard (4), in 1841 at TN. He married Rachel Carter (181), daughter of Levi Carter (3) and Elizabeth Rachel Howard (4), between 1859 and 1863 at ?, Maries Co., MO. He was 1860 Census of Maries Co. Mo
CENSUS YR: 1860
TERRITORY: MO COUNTY: Pulaski DIVISION: Township 38 Range 11 REEL NO: M653-641 PAGE NO: 336
REFERENCE: July 14, 1860 by John B. Ellis
=======================
LN HN FN
LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
AGE SEX
RACE OCCUP.
REAL VAL. PERS VAL.
BIRTHPLACE
MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
10 619 619 ROLLINS David 38 F W F. Laborer 2,000 TENN X REMARKS: listed as a female
11 619 619 ROLLINS Rachael 35 F W TENN X
12 619 619 ROLLINS Martha J. 17 F W TENN X
13 619 619 ROLLINS George W. 15 M W MO X
14 619 619 ROLLINS Courtenay 12 M W MO X
15 619 619 ROLLINS Jasper 8 M W MO X
16 619 619 ROLLINS Jeremiah 7 M W MO X
17 619 619 ROLLINS Susan 4 F W MO in 1860. He witnessed the testate of an unknown person on 1/31/1860 at Section 14. Twp 38, North of Range 11, west of the 5th P.M., Dixon, Maries Co., MO. [H]Owned Land an unknown person on 5/20/1862 at Maries, Dixon. He appeared on the census of 1870 at Household 111, Maries Co. Mo. He appeared on the census of 1880 at Miller Township, Maries, MO. As of / /1822, he was also known as DAVIS, DAVID ROLLINS (1) David Marries Rutha and issues seven children. Rutha dies 1855-1859. David then marries Rachel, Rutha's sister and issues eight more children. He was buried on 4/12/1893 at Fairview Cemetary, Maries CO., MO., USA. He witnessed the testate of an unknown person on 12/4/1893 at Maries Co., MO. He died on 12/4/1893 at Maries Co., MO., USA. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person in 1896. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person in 1909 at Weekly advisor. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person in 1990 at Maries Co. Historical Society. He witnessed the pub of an unknown person on 9/8/1998.

49. Rachel6 Carter (181) was also known as Rachel Carter (181) no approx. dates on birth, however, November 1834 Census lists birth as 1834 and death of 1/3/1829. She was born on 1/3/1829 at TN. She was New Tag Census 1850 Franklin Co. Mo.
Name Age Sex Born in
John 25 M Tenn
Elizabeth 56 F Tenn
rebecca 22 tenn
Joseph 17 M Tenn
Rachel 11 F Tenn
Matildia 12 F Tenn
page 86 on 11/16/1850. She married Davis / David Rollins (1), son of Father Rollins (165) and Mother Rollins (166), between 1859 and 1863 at ?, Maries Co., MO. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Miller Township, Maries, MO. She listed Application to Indian Nation number 1024 on 9/8/1896 at Cherokee Nation. She appeared on the census of 1910 at Miller Co., Mo. She died on 2/3/1912 at dixon, MO, at age 83. She was buried on 2/4/1912 at Fairview Cemetery No Marker, MO., USA.

50. Samuel L.6 Groves (9) was also known as Samuel Groves (9). He was Farmer. Reference: 2257. He was christened circa 1839 at St. Petersburg Church, Liverpool, England. He was born on 10/26/1839 at Liverpool, England. He married Rebecca Murphy (876) on 12/12/1861 at by Vardry Burgess, M. G. He began military service in 1865 Samuel L. Groves is listed on the rolls of Civil War Records: 1865 Enrolled Missouri Militia under the descriptive Roll of Company--Osage and MAries Counties. Samuel L. Groves age 20, Height 5'10", Complection Light, Eyes Gray, Hair Brown, From Liverpool England, Occupation FArmer. He Owned land in both Vienna and Maries Co.Listed as a Grocer and Tavern owner in Vienna CO. Became a preacher later in life, after a incident in the tavern when he sampled his product one night and began shooting up the place. He lost a number of friends and became a preacher in 1870. . He married Julia Ann Breeding (10), daughter of James Breeding (303) and Lucinda Miller (304), on 3/9/1871 at Maries, MO. Census. He 1880 Cencus #128 Samuel L groves 38, farmer, b. england, parents b. england
Julia A. 25 wife b. MO, parents b. Mo
Charles 16 laborer b. MO
John H. 11 b. MO
Mary 8 b. mo
Laura 6 b. mo
James 4 b. mo
B.F. 1 b. mo
all children in 1880 at Miller Township, Maries, MO. HeProperty Owned an unknown person in 1880 at Personal Property. [H]Owned Land an unknown person on 6/1/1889. He died on 8/6/1910 at Fibromalisia of Bladder, menengitus deathCert#24528, Richwood, Miller, Mo, at age 70.

51. Julia Ann6 Breeding (10). Reference: 2256. She married Samuel L. Groves (9), son of Henry Groves (285) and Mary Dickinson (286), on 3/9/1871 at Maries, MO. She was born on 3/9/1871 at Osage, MO. As of 9/3/1871, she was also known as Julia Ann Breeding (10) see notes from shirley Scott ref #30. She died in 1894.

52. Oliver Perry6 Wiley (3339) was born on 4/11/1838 at OH. He married Catherine Crowder (3341), daughter of Mark Crowder (3348) and Margaret Browder (3349), on 12/19/1861 at White, IN. He 1867 cencus for Indian Creek Pulaski CO. IN lists a c. schuyler wiley age 13 singel son white male

note for future reference in 1867 at Indian Creek, Pulaski, IN. He died on 11/14/1918 at Pulaski, IN, at age 80.

53. Catherine6 Crowder (3341) listed Mothers relatives lived in Flora Ill. were crowders, schroders & clarks. She was George Schuyler Wiley Met Perry Crowder first cousin to his father Schuyler Colfax Wiley, catherins son. She was born on 11/25/1839 at Carroll, IN. She married Oliver Perry Wiley (3339), son of John W. Wiley (3342) and Mary Ann Nicholas (3343), on 12/19/1861 at White, IN. She was buried in 1911 at Catherine is buried in the IOOF cemetery Sec A Row 29, Pittsburg, IN. She died on 7/25/1911 at Pulaski, IN, at age 71.

56. Pietro (Peter)6 Sanfilippo (221) witnessed the Book of an unknown person. He witnessed the Book of an unknown person. He was born on 3/31/1833 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He was baptized on 4/1/1833 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Catarina Balistreri (222), daughter of Stefano Balistreri (1152) and Rosaria D'Acquisto (1153), on 11/15/1860 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He died in 1934.

57. Catarina6 Balistreri (222) was born on 6/12/1843 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She married Pietro (Peter) Sanfilippo (221), son of Santo Gaetano Pietro Sanfilippo (1150) and Nunzia Principato (1151), on 11/15/1860 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She died in 4/ /1938 at New York at age 94.

58. Giuseppe6 Scardina (243) was born on 1/22/1851 at Solanto, Villi di Palermo, Sicilia, Italy. He married Santa Sanfilippo (1174), daughter of Francesco Sanfilippo (3607) and Rosa Mercurio (3608), on 4/25/1873 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He Still looking for more information on this family. We are missing the children of Concetta, and Francescio. It is possible that Aunt Connie has a picture of Francescio, she is looking for it, it may be in the hands of Mary Balistreri in 1999.

59. Santa6 Sanfilippo (1174) was born on 9/26/1857 at Solanto, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. She married Giuseppe Scardina (243), son of Antonino Scardina (3580) and Maria Sanfilippo (3581), on 4/25/1873 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

60. Pietro (Peter)6 Sanfilippo (221) witnessed the Book of an unknown person. He witnessed the Book of an unknown person. He was born on 3/31/1833 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He was baptized on 4/1/1833 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Catarina Balistreri (222), daughter of Stefano Balistreri (1152) and Rosaria D'Acquisto (1153), on 11/15/1860 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He died in 1934.

61. Catarina6 Balistreri (222) was born on 6/12/1843 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She married Pietro (Peter) Sanfilippo (221), son of Santo Gaetano Pietro Sanfilippo (1150) and Nunzia Principato (1151), on 11/15/1860 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She died in 4/ /1938 at New York at age 94.

62. Blaze6 Realmuto (822) was born in 1860 at Baucina, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. He married Mary Locascio (823), daughter of Philippo Locascio (1154) and Isadora Unknown (Locascio) (1155), in 1869 at Sicily, Sicily.

63. Mary6 Locascio (823) was born in 1830 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, Italy. She married Blaze Realmuto (822), son of Michael Realmuto (1156) and Angelina Fiuonefreddo (1157), in 1869 at Sicily, Sicily.


--- 7th Generation ---

96. Father7 Rollins (165) listed The parents of Davis/David are here to help in the finding of the names of these people. Here lists what I know as of 3/18/2000. He was born circa 1790 at North Carolina. He married Mother Rollins (166) circa 1815 at TN. He died circa 1850 at Bledsoe?, TN.

97. Mother7 Rollins (166) died at Blodsoe, TN. She was born circa 1790 at North Carolina. She married Father Rollins (165) circa 1815 at TN.

98. Levi7 Carter (3) listed census records the Carters in Tenn:
Males Females
5-10, 1 2
10-15. 2 1
15-20, 1 1
20-30, 1 1840 census. He witnessed the Indian of an unknown person. He was born in 1795 at in or near the cherokee Nation, TN., USA. He married Elizabeth Rachel Howard (4), daughter of John Howard 2nd (1437) and Rebbeca Brittain (1438), on 7/18/1816 at Jefferson Co., TN. He was New Tag in 1840 at Bledsoe, Not Stated, Tennessee. He was New Tag in 1840 Bledsoe district 3 or 5 can't make it out:
Levi Carter head of house in agriculture

Boys Girls
0-5 2
5-10 2
10-15 1 1
15-20 2
20-30 2
30-40 1
40-50 1

Four of the 12 are in agriculture in 1840 at district 3 or 5, Bledsoe, TN. He died in 1844 at Frankln, MO., USA. He witnessed the Indian of an unknown person in 1907. He witnessed the Indian of an unknown person in 1907. He We are investigating the inforamtion given to us via Indian Applications of Rachel Carter #1024, George Ezell #43656 & Rhoda Ezell the fact that Nathan Carter may be the Father to Levi Carter or he may be a uncle.

2004 Still unsure of connections and researching in 1999.

99. Elizabeth Rachel7 Howard (4) was born in 1794 at Jefferson, TN, USA. As of / /1816, her married name was Elizabeth Carter (4). As of 7/13/1816, she was also known as Elizabeth Howard? (4) marrage certificate on 13, july, 1816, in Jefferson Co. Tenn. lists a Levi Carter and Elizabeth Howard being married. She married Levi Carter (3), son of Nathan G. Carter (2939) and Cherokee Woman (--?--) (2972), on 7/18/1816 at Jefferson Co., TN. She listed Still living in 1850 Census of Franklin Co. no mention of Levi in 1850 at Franklin Co., MO., USA. She listed Census puts Elizabeth living with son John Carter, and his children in 1850. She was New Tag Living with John Carter 27
Then Elizabeth 56
Rebecca 22
joseph 17
Rachel 14
Matilida 12 on 11/16/1850 at district 31, Franklin, MO. She appeared on the census of 1860 at Living With David Rollins. She was New Tag With the Thomas H. watson family is listed Elizabeth Carter 78 yrs. b. tenn next household is John J Watson & Martha grandaughter of ELizabeth
Thomas H Watson 38 300 in realestate, 225 personal property, b. VA
Eliza 32 b. TN
margaret 14 b. Ind
Tabitha e. 7 b. ind
nancy e. 3 b. MO
H t or g 1 b. MO
Robert 27 b. Ind
Elizabeth Carter 78 b. TN on 9/1/1870 at Miller, MO. She Cencus for Thomas H Watson family no longer shows Elizabeth present in household on 1/9/1880. She died circa 1888 at MO. She died on 5/2/1888.

100. Henry7 Groves (285) witnessed the of Henry Groves (285). He was born on 1/1/1800 at Liverpool, England. He married Mary Dickinson (286), daughter of Father Dickinson (2909) and Mother Dickinson (2910), in 1826 at Liverpool, England. He John son of Henery was waiting in St. Louis when Henry arrived from St. Petersburg, Eng circa 1850. He immigrated in 1850 to New Orleans, Louisannia, USA. He purchased his land at 12 1/2 cents a acer on eastern Osage Co. located between Osage and Maries Co circa 1857. Moved to. He died on 8/28/1882 at Freeburg, Osage, MO., USA, at age 82.

101. Mary7 Dickinson (286). Her married name was Groves (286). She was born on 7/12/1804 at Liverpool, England. She married Henry Groves (285) in 1826 at Liverpool, England. She listed Lived with Elizabeth from 1869-1875 diary excerpt:
the Hall of this house is 19 feet long east and west, and is in the middle
of the house and is 6 feet wide north and south, the 6 shows the number of years mother lived with me and died here
in 1869. She died on 4/17/1875 at Vienna, Maries, MO., USA, at age 70.

102. James7 Breeding (303) was buried 3/1915 at Breeding Cemetery, Freeburg, MO. He Dever Maries Co. History
http://www.stormloader.com/kvernon/fam/watson.htm

BREEDEN/BREEDING FAMILY:
According to Dr. King's, History of Maries County, most of the Maries
County Breeden's were descended from two sons of John William Breeden
and a Forrester. The Forrester woman was his second wife.
John Breeden married Cordelia Rowden, 11/14/1869. (1st Wife)
Those two sons from the 2nd marriage were:
William Breeden who married Louisa J. Helton.
Abraham R. Breeden who married two Nancys: 1st Nancy Helton.
Then he married Nancy Copeland (Shockley).
I will try to keep up with these particular Breedens in Census, Cemetery &
any other available records. The various spellings of this name makes it
difficult to follow.


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1910 census: (Boone Twp)
James Breeding age 83 ((Mo) parents (Ky)
Louise age 62 (Mo)
Sallie age 14 (Mo)



MARRIAGES:
Breeden:
John Breeden married Cordelia Rowden, 11/14/1869.
Jane Breeden to Albert Copeland, 1/8/1871.
James Breeden to Mary Carnes, 8/24/1882.
William Breeden to Ida Carnes, 8/8/1889. (Abraham's son ???)
Ellen Breeden to Isaac Reedy, 7/23/1871.
Mary Breeden to Franklin Benton, 11/23/1872.
Malinda Breeden to Martin Copeland, 10/21/1875.
Nancy Breeden to Rev. J. R. C. Tucker, 3/23/1879.
Nancy "Amanda" Breeden to William Hickam, 5/29/1881.
Malissa Breeden to Charles O. Breckenridge, 3/25/1879.
Mary Breeden to George W. Eads, 1/13/1887. (Abraham's dau)
Molly/Millie A. Breeden to William P. Nelson, 3/31/1889.

Breeding:
Julia Ann Breeding to Samuel Groves, 3/9/1871.
Lucy Ann Breeding to Lewis Lambeth, 11/17/1878.
James Breeding (Osage Co.) to Louisa Null, 3/29/1883.
Josephine Breeding (Osage Co.) to John F. Crum, 3/25/1883.
Rosette Breeding to Thomas A. Brannam, 6/3/1888.
Nettie Breeding to O. C. Hopkins, 9/1/1889.
Christina Breeding to Dolph Bruder, 11/10/1889.

Breedon/Breeden:
Stephen Breedon to Kate Fennessey, 11/13/1884.
(I believe this Abraham Breeden's son)
William Breedon to Mary Fennessey, 11/10/1885.
(I believe this is Abraham's Breeden's son also)
Laura I. Breedon to Ashley "John" Stevens, 12/6/1885.
(William S. & Louisa J. Breeden's dau)

Summary:
The Breeden/Breeding families had itchy feet and move around a lot.
They lived in Maries, Miller, Greene, Shannon, and Jasper Counties
and others. I believe they are all pretty much related whether they spell
their name Breeden/Breeding or whatever. I believe they were all drawn here by the Forester/Forrester family from Tennessee. I know of one
family that the children spread into 4 counties.
It is believed that all the Breeden/Breedings are descendants of Elijah
Breeding who probably migrated from Virginia to Tennessee and then he
and his son John came to Missouri. I believe other sons of Elijah came
later.
The descendants living in Maries County, I believe, are descendants of John
Breeden.

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1880 census: (Richwood Twp) MILLER COUNTY
Patsey Breeden age 84 (S.C.)
(living with her daugher & son-in-law, Elijah & Martha Groves)

In the 1850 census: MILLER COUNTY
John Breeden age 52 (Tn) (I believe this is Elijah's son)
Elizabeth age 37 (Tn)
Rachel age 13 (Mo)

Thomas Breeden married Judy Crismon, 8/15/1856.

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According to Dr. King's book, John Breeden had the following children. You
can compare this information with the census information herewith.

1. Joseph Frost Breeden who married Margaret Williams in Tenn. There
children were sons Louis Rowland Breeden & John Williams Breeden. The
girls were, Hannah & Sarah. After Margaret died Joseph married Mary
Wherry. They had one daughter who married a Quincy Harmon from Okla.
Louis Roland married Elizabeth Malissa Forrester and had one son A. D.
Breeden.

2. John Williams Breeden married Cordelia Rowden. They had 12 children
Margaret, Eusevia, Robert, Clinton, Charles R., George, Joseph, Mrs.
Robert Skidmore, Dolly, Nina, Levilla, and Eva. John married a second time
to a Forrester. they had 5 children, Nancy who married Thomas Crawford,
Hannah married Sam Woolsey. the daughter married William Helton, The two
sons were Abraham R. & William Breeden. These two are the big players
in the Maries County scene.

My parents lived around the Breedens at Brinktown and at Myerstown. I have
heard that name all my life and it was always respectfully.

You will find the Breeden/Breedings at: Rader Cemetery, Vienna Public,
Vaughan Cemetery, Crismon Cemetery, Bethel Cemetery, Carnes Cemetery
and James Cemetery.

DeVere

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He was born in 1826. He married Lucinda Miller (304), daughter of David Miller (526) and Elizabeth Helton (527), in 1849. He married Louisa Scott/Null (1140), daughter of William Henry Scott (1141) and Mary C Smithers (1142), on 3/29/1883. He died on 3/10/1915. He listed James died while staying with his daughterjosephine Crum near Little Flock on 3/10/1915.

103. Lucinda7 Miller (304) listed 13 children. She was born in 1831 at Gasconade, MO., USA. She married James Breeding (303), son of Elijah Breeding (305) and Hanna Hensley (1137), in 1849. She died in 1882.

104. John W.7 Wiley (3342) was born on 6/27/1812 at OH or PA. He married Mary Ann Nicholas (3343), daughter of William II Nicholas (3346) and Hannah Collins (3347), on 7/24/1833 at Wellsville, Columbiana, OH. He died on 1/27/1892 at Carroll, IN, at age 79.

105. Mary Ann7 Nicholas (3343) was born on 5/2/1816 at Bucks, PA. She married John W. Wiley (3342), son of Thomas Wiley (3344) and Mary Vineke (3345), on 7/24/1833 at Wellsville, Columbiana, OH. She died on 11/19/1888 at Carroll, IN, at age 72. She was buried in 1889 at Pittsburgh Cemetery, Carroll, In.

106. Mark7 Crowder (3348) was born circa 1809. He married Margaret Browder (3349) circa 1839.

107. Margaret7 Browder (3349) was born circa 1809. She married Mark Crowder (3348) circa 1839.

112. Santo Gaetano Pietro7 Sanfilippo (1150) listed (an unknown value). He listed Billanti has Santo attached to Lorenzo Sanf and Antonina Balistreri this is a error see birth records page 35 #281 Liber Baptism 1795-1804 Parrish of Santa Flavia. He was born on 6/14/1800 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Nunzia Principato (1151), daughter of Antonio Principato (3295) and Caterina Tarantino (3296), on 6/26/1825 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 11/27/1868 at Porticello, Province of Palermo, Sicily, at age 68.

113. Nunzia7 Principato (1151) was born circa 1810 at Sicily. She married Santo Gaetano Pietro Sanfilippo (1150), son of Alfio Sanfilippo (3291) and Francesca Mercurio (3292), on 6/26/1825 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

114. Stefano7 Balistreri (1152) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born on 4/19/1815 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Rosaria D'Acquisto (1153), daughter of Vito D'Acquisto (1835) and Catarina Ruccuglia (1836), on 7/8/1842 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 8/15/1888 at Palermo, Palermo, Sicily, at age 73.

115. Rosaria7 D'Acquisto (1153) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. She was born on 6/25/1829 at Palermo, Sicily. She married Stefano Balistreri (1152), son of Salvatore Balistreri (1841) and Pietra D'Amato (3282), on 7/8/1842 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. She died on 9/22/1894 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, at age 65.

116. Antonino7 Scardina (3580) was born circa 1820. He married Maria Sanfilippo (3581) circa 1840.

117. Maria7 Sanfilippo (3581) is still living.

118. Francesco7 Sanfilippo (3607) was (an unknown value) at Per Belanti Records need certificates. He was born circa 1837 at Solanto, Sicily.

119. Rosa7 Mercurio (3608) was born circa 1837.

120. Santo Gaetano Pietro7 Sanfilippo (1150) listed (an unknown value). He listed Billanti has Santo attached to Lorenzo Sanf and Antonina Balistreri this is a error see birth records page 35 #281 Liber Baptism 1795-1804 Parrish of Santa Flavia. He was born on 6/14/1800 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Nunzia Principato (1151), daughter of Antonio Principato (3295) and Caterina Tarantino (3296), on 6/26/1825 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 11/27/1868 at Porticello, Province of Palermo, Sicily, at age 68.

121. Nunzia7 Principato (1151) was born circa 1810 at Sicily. She married Santo Gaetano Pietro Sanfilippo (1150), son of Alfio Sanfilippo (3291) and Francesca Mercurio (3292), on 6/26/1825 at Santa Flavia, Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

122. Stefano7 Balistreri (1152) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born on 4/19/1815 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. He married Rosaria D'Acquisto (1153), daughter of Vito D'Acquisto (1835) and Catarina Ruccuglia (1836), on 7/8/1842 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 8/15/1888 at Palermo, Palermo, Sicily, at age 73.

123. Rosaria7 D'Acquisto (1153) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. She was born on 6/25/1829 at Palermo, Sicily. She married Stefano Balistreri (1152), son of Salvatore Balistreri (1841) and Pietra D'Amato (3282), on 7/8/1842 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. She died on 9/22/1894 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily, at age 65.

124. Michael7 Realmuto (1156) was born circa 1830 at Baucina, Palermo, Sicily. He married Angelina Fiuonefreddo (1157) circa 1850 at Sicily.

125. Angelina7 Fiuonefreddo (1157) was born circa 1830 at Sicily. She married Michael Realmuto (1156) circa 1850 at Sicily. She Sailing from Naples on the Spartan Prince the following people:
1. Filippo Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 49 years Going to see Brother in law LoCascio
2. Vita Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 6 yrs going to see uncle
3. Paola Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 40 yrs going to see father
4. Margherita Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 11 yrs going to see uncle
5. Rosa Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 10 yrs going to see uncle
6. Vito Fiuonefreddo Baucina 1899 3 yrs going to see uncle
travleing with them was:
0013. Lo Cascio, Leonardo M 34y M Italian Baucina

0008. Nicotra, Antonina F 21 S Italian Baucina
0010. Facella, Cira F 53y M Italian Baucina
0025. Realmuto, Giuseppa F 4y S Italian Baucina
0020. Pravata, Ciro M 37y M Italian Bascina
0023. Realmuto, Isidora F 35y M Italian Baucina
0027. Realmuto, Salvatore M 11y S Italian Baucina
0030. Liberto, Giuseppe M 11y S Italian Baucina
0022. Realmuto, Pietro M 42y M Italian Baucina
0024. Realmuto, Santa F 9y S Italian Baucina
0026. Realmuto, Rosalia F 11y S Italian Baucina
0028. Liberto, Giuseppe M 38y M Italian Baucina



Going to see Brother in law LoCascio address looks like 244 or 44 flisabeth or blifabeth N.Y on 10/19/1899 at Baucina, Palermo, Sicily. As of 10/19/1899, she was also known as Fiuonefreddo (1157) This may be the correct spelling as seen on manifest from Italy in 1899 Manifest for Spartan Prince Sailing from Naples where the Realmutos and Fiuonefreddo's travled together to America.

126. Philippo7 Locascio (1154) was born circa 1830 at Baucina, Palermo, Sicily. He married Isadora Unknown (Locascio) (1155) in 1850? at Sicily.

127. Isadora7 Unknown (Locascio) (1155) was born circa 1830 at Baucina, Palermo, Sicily. She married Philippo Locascio (1154) in 1850? at Sicily.


--- 8th Generation ---

196. Nathan G.8 Carter (2939) witnessed the Indian of an unknown person. He was born circa 1775. He married Cherokee Woman (--?--) (2972) circa 1790. He married Kesiah H. Johnson (2986) on 1/11/1816 at Wilson, Tennessee. He Nathan is the suspected father of Levi, 75% proability, still looking at more documentation in 1999.

197. Cherokee Woman8 (--?--) (2972) is still living.

198. John8 Howard 2nd (1437). Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST names John Howard as brother. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST names eldest daughter as Elizabeth. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST witnessed by William Howard. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST 1800 Jefferson Co. TN tax rolls list John Howard, Sr. and John Howard Jr. (Index to Early TN. He Person Source. He Person Source. He Person Source. He Person Source. He Person Source. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST 1840 Bradley Co. TN census lists five Howard households, those of Samuel, Marena, Fanny, and. He John Howard, Jr. entered Grant No. 42 on Sinking Branch of Lick Creek in Washington Co. on September 29, 1779. The land was surveyed on January 27, 1780 and the grant was issued October 23, 1782 *John Howard (350 acres) and John Howard, Jr. (100 acres) are listed on the 1781 Washington Co. TN tax list. *John Howard was issued Grant No. 1212 on November 27, 1792 for 203 acres in Greene Co. lying on both side of Bent Creek. Grant was surveyed January 5, 1790. The land is described as being adjacent to John Day, Sr. and John Day *1 Aug 1795-- John Howard of Jefferson Co sells 99 acre tract in Greene Co. on Sinking branch of Lick creek'. *1800 Jefferson Co. TN tax rolls list John Howard, Sr. and John Howard Jr. (Index to Early TN Tax Lists, Byron and Barbara Sistler). John Howard, Sr. is listed with 203 acres and no white poll. John Howard, Jr. is listed with no acres and one white poll. They are both listed in Captain Lane's Company. The fact that John Sr. was listed without a poll tax suggests that he was over 50 yrs old. *1818 Land sale. John Howard of Jefferson Co. sells 203 acres on Bent Creek to John P. Arnott. Date of Instrument; 8 Oct 1818: Date of filing; 6 Oct 1819. (Jefferson Co TN Register of Deeds, 1792-1929, Vol P, page 226) *Rhea County Tax Lists for 1819-1829; 1820 tax list names Abraham Howard, William Howard, Samuel Howard, and John Howard, Sr. as being in Captain McGill's Company. *Aug 1820--will of John Howard dated 25 May 1819 was recorded. The will names Abraham Howard as son and executor and directs that all property should be divided equally between his wife, Sarah Howard and all his children. *Nov 1820--Abraham Howard exhibited inventory and account of sales. Purchasers included Wm Howard, A. Howard, Samuel Howard, Allen (Allison?) Howard, J. Stuart, Jesse Day, Jr., J. Abel, C. Gamble, M. Hubbert, J. Holland, G. Manis, E. Bean, W. Jones, J. Holland, I. Rose, W. Buise, J. Erwin, W.J. Dewitt, D. Ragsdale, W. French, Shadrick Moore, Asahel Johnson, and E. Templeton. Total sales, $4628.72. (Rhea County, TN: Wills, Inventories, Estate Settlements, and Guardian Reports, 1810-1881, comp. by Betty Broyles, p. 72). *18 Jul 1822--Abraham Howard, executor of will of John Howard, dec’d, binds himself to give title of some land (440 acres on Richland Creek) to William and Samuel Howard the land whereon the said William and Samuel now live. Rhea Co. TN. (ibid) *1826--Abraham Howard transfers title to some land to a Asahel Johnson: also mentions line of Allison and Mansion Howard. Witnesses: John Jack and Hazard Bean (married to Nancy Howard 1805 in Grainger Co). (Rhea Co. Deed Books, 420 (E-437) p. 181) *Rhea Co TN Deed Book F, p. 81. 7-17-1833. William Howard to Hazard Bean both of Rhea Co. for $447, 80 acres surveyed by Charles McClung, atty. for George Black to Abraham Howard and John Howard. Isabel Johnson and James Lauderdale, Teste. Registered 11-12-1833. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST 1795--Abraham Howard will in Jefferson Co. TN. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST names Lydia Howard as wife. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST Samuel Howard: Males; 1 15-20 yrs, 1 30-40 yrs: Females; 1 under 5 yrs, 1 5-10 yrs, 2 10-15. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST Eliza Howard: Males; 1 under 5 yrs, 1 5-10 yrs, 1 10-15 yrs, 1 15-20 yrs: Females; 1 10-15 y. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST 1830 Rhea Co. TN census lists only three Howard households, those of William, Samuel, and Eli. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST William Howard: Males; 2 under 5 yrs, 2 5-10 yrs, 1 10 to 15 yrs, 1 15 to 20 yrs, 1 30-40 yr. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: HIST 1808 John and Abraham Howard are living on Richland Creek in Rhea Co TN. (Rhea Co Deed Book. He was also known as John HOWARD (1437). He was born before 1750 at NC or VA. He was born in 1760 at TN. He married Sarah Todd (1724) circa 1778. Record Indicates. He left a will in 1797. He died in 1820 at Rhea Co. TN.

199. Rebbeca8 Brittain (1438) was born circa 1760. Record Indicates. She listed Marrage bond for daughter mentions John Brittian yet court records of 1794 mentions Benjamin Brittian both are being researched as to Rebeccas Father or brothers

Rebbeca Brittain appeared in Court and entered into Bond with Tydence Lane and Benj. Brittain her securities for the maintenance of a child begotten on her body by John Howard and thereupon the said
John Howard paid into office the sum of six dollars and twenty five cents the fines in full."

In 1785 the Bent Creek Baptist Church was
organized with Tydence Lane as its pastor." Tidence Lane was also a
member of the jury that indicted Frank, John Howard's slave.

Jefferson County, Tennessee Court Minutes 1792-1795

The information isn't dated but the page number indicates that it is about 1794-1795 on 11/28/2001.

202. Father8 Dickinson (2909) was born circa 1780 at England. He married Mother Dickinson (2910) circa 1800 at England.

203. Mother8 Dickinson (2910) was born circa 1770. She married Father Dickinson (2909) circa 1800 at England.

204. Elijah8 Breeding (305). [H]Owned Land an unknown person 9/1818. He lived. He was born in 1799 at KY. He married Hanna Hensley (1137) in 1820? He married Martha Unknown (1138) circa 1830. He married Patsy Roark (1139) circa 1840. He was 1860 Census of Maries Co. Mo Elijah bb. abt 1799 in KY & patsey Breeding b. abt 1797 in NC with children
Martha Breeding b. abt 1836
Calvin Breeding b. abt 1841 in 1860 at MAries, Missouri. He was 1860 Census of Maries Co. Mo Elijah Breeding with Patsey Breeding and two children Martha breeding b. abt 1836 and Calvin Breeding born abt 1841 in 1860 at Maries, Missouri. He died in 1874 at Maries, MO. He listed Val, The Breeding and Breeden families of Maries County are very distinct families, but they were friends and neighbors. They may be related to each other, but the connection would have to be several generations before Elijah Breeding and would have been in Virginia. Of course, the clerks in Missouri used "Breeding" and "Breeden" interchangeably for both branches to confuse the issue.

With our family, Elijah's father John Breeding was the first to move to Missouri, moving when Elijah was a child or young teen. In Missouri, John Breeding lived on the border between present day Franklin and Gasconade Counties near the Missouri River. He homesteaded some of the land in 1818, but he probably had lived there from 1810 (or before).

Franklin County Tract Book
SW qr & part of SE qr. 34Sec, 46Twp, 4W 308a John Breeding of St. Charles Co., MO 22 Sept. 1818
(Franklin and Gasconade Counties did not exist in 1818.)

Elijah's father John made an agreement with his son John (Jr.) to give him some of his land and possessions in exchange for a promise of support of himself and his second wife (Mary Hall Breeding).

Franklin Deed A-150
John Breeding, Sr. to John Breeding, Jr.
all my stock both of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs, all my
farming utensils consissting of ploughs hoes and () and also have
sold and put into the possesion of him, the said John Breeding
Junr. all the tract of land on which I now live consisting of
207 acres situated in T45, S6, R4
Rec. 9 Nov. 1822

Franklin Deed A-150
bond John Breeding Jr. to John Breeding, Sr.
for $1000 to take charge of maintain and support his aged father
John Breeding Snr and Step mother during their lives or the live
of either of them. Now if the said John Breeding Junr shall
faithfully comply with his aforesaid contract then the above
obligation to be void else remain in full force and effect. John
Breeding 9 Nov. 1822

John did not live long after making this agreement with his son. John (Sr.) died in 1824. Our ancestor Elijah Breeding moved from his father's land. Elijah first owned land north of Linn in present-day Osage County. He later moved to the area south of Freeburg.

Looking forward to hearing from you again.

Jonathan Ramey


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205. Hanna8 Hensley (1137) was born in 1804 at Missouri. She married Elijah Breeding (305), son of Sargent John Breeding (306) and Elizabeth Napper (307), in 1820?

206. David8 Miller (526) Jo Ann Clark-full detailed desc. of Lucina Miller Breeding's Family
These People were prominent and wel known as very early pioneers to Gasconade, Osage, Maries and Pulaski Counties, MO. He was born in 1799 at KY. He married Elizabeth Helton (527), daughter of James Helton (530) and Margaret Crismon (531), on 2/11/1827 at Osage, Gasconade Co., Mo. He died in 1860 at Maries Co., MO.

207. Elizabeth8 Helton (527) was born in 1816 at TN. She listed Moved from TN To MO with parents in 1818. She married David Miller (526), son of George Miller (528) and Judith Wesner (529), on 2/11/1827 at Osage, Gasconade Co., Mo. She died in 1860 at Maries Co., MO.

208. Thomas8 Wiley (3344) was born circa 1710. He married Mary Vineke (3345) circa 1838.

209. Mary8 Vineke (3345) was born circa 1710. She married Thomas Wiley (3344) circa 1838.

210. William II8 Nicholas (3346) was (an unknown value) at Farmer. He was born on 1/16/1793 at Bucks, PA. He married Hannah Collins (3347) in 1812. He was buried in 1861 at Worden Cemetery, Canaan Township, Morrow Co, OH. He died on 6/18/1864 at Caanan TWP, Morrow, Oh, at age 71.

211. Hannah8 Collins (3347) was born in 1791. She married William II Nicholas (3346), son of William Nicholas (3409) and Hannah Parsons (3410), in 1812. She died on 4/8/1860 at Canaan TWP, Morrow, OH.

224. Alfio8 Sanfilippo (3291) married Anna Marie (--?--) (3573). He was born circa 1779 at Sicily. He married Francesca Mercurio (3292), daughter of Pietro Mercurio (3569) and Pietra (--?--) (3570), circa 1799 at Sicily.

225. Francesca8 Mercurio (3292) was born circa 1779. She married Alfio Sanfilippo (3291), son of Santo Sanfilippo (3567) and Anna Marie Zizzo (3568), circa 1799 at Sicily.

226. Antonio8 Principato (3295) was born circa 1765. He married Caterina Tarantino (3296) on 3/27/1785 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily.

227. Caterina8 Tarantino (3296) was born circa 1765. She married Antonio Principato (3295) on 3/27/1785 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily.

228. Salvatore8 Balistreri (1841) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born circa 1784 at Sicily. He married Pietra D'Amato (3282), daughter of Sebastiano D'Amato (3283) and Antonina Balistreri (3284), on 9/8/1804 at Parrish Of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 10/1/1831 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

229. Pietra8 D'Amato (3282) was born at Sicily. She was born circa 1784. She married Salvatore Balistreri (1841), son of Stefano Balistreri (3281) and Francesca Storniolo (3285), on 9/8/1804 at Parrish Of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. She died on 11/18/1872 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

230. Vito8 D'Acquisto (1835) was born circa 1790 at Santa Eila, Valli di, Palermo, Sicilia. He married Catarina Ruccuglia (1836) circa 1819 at Porticello, Villia di Palermo, Sicilia. He died on 1/10/1839 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

231. Catarina8 Ruccuglia (1836) cking source jamie vs peters vs garramone records 9/2003 at Research. She was born in 1808. She married Vito D'Acquisto (1835), son of Leonardo D'Acquisto (2920) and Rosa Ferranti (2921), circa 1819 at Porticello, Villia di Palermo, Sicilia. She Pete bellante has death prior to kids being born on 1/5/1823.

240. Alfio8 Sanfilippo (3291) married Anna Marie (--?--) (3573). He was born circa 1779 at Sicily. He married Francesca Mercurio (3292), daughter of Pietro Mercurio (3569) and Pietra (--?--) (3570), circa 1799 at Sicily.

241. Francesca8 Mercurio (3292) was born circa 1779. She married Alfio Sanfilippo (3291), son of Santo Sanfilippo (3567) and Anna Marie Zizzo (3568), circa 1799 at Sicily.

242. Antonio8 Principato (3295) was born circa 1765. He married Caterina Tarantino (3296) on 3/27/1785 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily.

243. Caterina8 Tarantino (3296) was born circa 1765. She married Antonio Principato (3295) on 3/27/1785 at Parrish of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily.

244. Salvatore8 Balistreri (1841) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born circa 1784 at Sicily. He married Pietra D'Amato (3282), daughter of Sebastiano D'Amato (3283) and Antonina Balistreri (3284), on 9/8/1804 at Parrish Of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. He died on 10/1/1831 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

245. Pietra8 D'Amato (3282) was born at Sicily. She was born circa 1784. She married Salvatore Balistreri (1841), son of Stefano Balistreri (3281) and Francesca Storniolo (3285), on 9/8/1804 at Parrish Of Santa Flavia, Santa Flavia, Palermo, Sicily. She died on 11/18/1872 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

246. Vito8 D'Acquisto (1835) was born circa 1790 at Santa Eila, Valli di, Palermo, Sicilia. He married Catarina Ruccuglia (1836) circa 1819 at Porticello, Villia di Palermo, Sicilia. He died on 1/10/1839 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

247. Catarina8 Ruccuglia (1836) cking source jamie vs peters vs garramone records 9/2003 at Research. She was born in 1808. She married Vito D'Acquisto (1835), son of Leonardo D'Acquisto (2920) and Rosa Ferranti (2921), circa 1819 at Porticello, Villia di Palermo, Sicilia. She Pete bellante has death prior to kids being born on 1/5/1823.


--- 9th Generation ---

392. Nathaniel9 Carter (2940) witnessed the Indian of an unknown person. He was born circa 1755.

396. John9 HOWARD 1st (1529) Person Source. He Person Source. He Person Source. He John Howard is listed on the 1759 Rowan Co. Tax list. (This list was made before Rowan Co. was divided into other counties and at this time contained what were later parts of eastern TN.) There is also a record of a marriage for a John Howard in Rowan Co. in 1759, unfortunately the bride's name is not given. *Howards on the Surry Co. NC Tax List: Abraham 1771 John 1771 William 1771 Abraham 1772 John, Sr. 1772 William 1772 *Howards on the Washington Co. TN Tax List: James Howard 1778 Burke Co. NC John Howard 1778 (same district as Benjamin Pyburn) John Howard, Sr. 1779 (same district as Benjamin Piburne & Andrew English) John Howard, Sr. 1780 200 acres George Howard 1781 John Howard 1781 350 acres John Howard, Jr. 1781 100 acres (Andrew English and James English in the same district) John Howard 1782 John Howard 1794 *Howards on the Greene Co. TN Tax List: John, Sr. 1787 John, Jr. 1787 Abraham 1791 Abraham 1792 James 1796 John 1796 James 1797 John 1797 William 1797 Johanah 1798 William 1798 Johana 1800 William 1800 *The Surry Co. John, Abraham, and William are most likely brothers. Abraham dies in 1782. John is in Washington Co. by 1778 as he is on the tax lists for 1778, 1779, 1780, and 1781. In 1781 there is also a John, Jr. on the tax lists. This is most probably the John who died in Rhea Co. in 1820. William's fate is unknown. The Greene Co. Abraham, John, and William are probably sons of the John of Surry Co. *On September 2, 1778, John Howard, Sr. entered Grant No. 455 in Green Co. TN for 200 acres on a branch of Long Fork. The grant was issued September 20, 1787. The land adjoins that of James English and Gideon Morris. *Greene Co. Court of Common Pleas---May Term 1793---John Howard serves on a jury . JOHN HOWARD SR. - 1797 WILL *I John Howard senior of Green County and State of Tennesee being in a weak condition in Body but in perfect memory thanks to God for the same and calling to mind that it is appointed for all men to Die I Do therefore make this my Last Will and Testament Revoacking and Disanuling all former and acknowledging only this. And as for What worldly goods it has pleased God to Bestow on me I give and Bequeath in the following manner. viz 1st I Will that my Body Be Buryed in a Desent manner at the Discretion of my Execto [executors] 2d That all Just Debts be paid and all Dues Collected by my Exc.trs 3d I give and Bequeath to my Beloved Wife Hannah Howard one hundred acres of land with the Improvement and orchard to be Enjoyd By her without Interuption During her Life and then to be Divided at her Discreation among my Children as also the Houshold Furniture one hoarse Cattle, sheep and Hogs, for her support while She Lives and if any of this personal property Remains after her Death it is to be Equally Divided between my two youngest Daughters, Patty & Joanna 4th I give and Bequeth to my youngest Daughter Joanna Howard one hundred acres of Land Being the East End of the tract to be Enjoyed By her and her Heirs for Ever and Lastly I Appoint my wife Hannah Howard and Daughter Joanna Howard Exacutors of this my last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I have Set my hand and seal twelth Day of August 1797. Acknowledged sealed and Delivered in presence of us Andrew English jurat John Woolsey Elizabeth English jurat *Signed by John Howard senr *John Howard, Sr. and John Howard, Jr., were listed on the Greene Co. Tax Lists in 1787. (Jefferson Co. TN was formed from part of Greene Co. in 1792----John Howard, Jr. had land in what later became Jefferson Co. When John Howard. Sr. died in 1797, John Jr. became the John Sr. in the 1800 Jefferson Co. tax list. His son John then became John Jr.). He was born circa 1730. He died circa 1797.

397. Hannah Uknown9 Howard (1592) is still living.

398. Benjamin9 Brittain (2388) was born in 1740.

408. Sargent John9 Breeding (306) lived. He married Elizabeth Napper (307) on 7/6/1785. He began military service Served in the American Revolutionary War
BREEDING (1), JOHN (4645)
Database: Revolutionary War Records of Virginia
Combined Matches: 1
Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA
SECTION 11 (17) [DOCUMENT NO. 43] (17) A LIST OF
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LINE, AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SEAMEN AND MARINES OF THE STATE NAVY, WHOSE NAMES ARE ON THE ARMY
REGISTER, AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND FOR
REVOLUTIONARY SERVICES, RICHMOND, 1835. JOHN H. SMITH,
COMR, &C. [The names in this Document have been rearranged
alphabetically, separating the Navy--G. M. B.]

Breeding, John, Sgt., Inf.
He was born circa 1759. He lived circa 1780 at Adair Co., KY. He ended military service on 8/2/1784. He lived in 1790 at Green Co., KY.

409. Elizabeth9 Napper (307) married Sargent John Breeding (306), son of John Breeding Sr. (1143), on 7/6/1785. She was born circa 1759.

412. George9 Miller (528) married Judith Wesner (529), daughter of George Wesner (3309) and Catherine Unknown Wesner (3310), 05/__/1777 at Haggerstown, Washington, Maryland. He was born in 1756 at Germany. He began military service in 1776 at Haggerstown, Maryland. He lived in 1825 at Franklin, MO. He died on 6/15/1830 at Franklin, Missouri.

413. Judith9 Wesner (529) married George Miller (528), son of Abraham Miller (3308), 05/__/1777 at Haggerstown, Washington, Maryland. She was born in 1764. She lived in 1825 at near Newport, Franklin, MO. She died in 1840 at Franklin, Missouri.

414. James9 Helton (530) married an unknown person. He Nine Children page 259 Helton Family Story submitted by Hazel Clark. He was born circa 1779 at Tn. He married Margaret Crismon (531), daughter of Isaac Campbell Crismon (532) and Judah Judy Wallen or Walling (533), in 1810 at Lee, VA. He married mary Hill (3162) on 6/21/1831 at Gasconade, MO. He died on 12/23/1844 at Osage, MO. He Estate of Isaac Helton

Mary A. Helton, and S.P.Skaggs(his name is lined out and the name J.M. Krone has been substituted) say that to the best of
their belief and nowledge that the names of the heirs of said Isaac Helton and their places of residence are respectively as
follows
1. James Helton Miller Co MO
2. Rachel Curtman Miller Co MO
3. Perry Helton Pulaski Co MO
4. Stephen Helton Hickory Co MO
5. Monroe Rowden Bates Co MO
6. Louisa Breeding Maries Co MO
7. Isaac C. Helton Maries Co MO
8. Jesse Helton Maries Co MO
9. David Helton Maries Co MO
10. Martin Helton Maries Co MO
11. Mary Krone Maries Co MO
12. Juda Fitz Patrick Maries Co MO
13. Charles Helton Maries Co MO
14. Robert Helton Maries Co MO


15.Children of
Nancy Breeding
and
the said Mary A. Helton his widow who lives in Maries County MO. That the said Isaac Helton died without a will that they
will make a perfect inventory of and faithfully administer all the estate of the deceased and pay the debts as far as the assets
will (seems to be a few words missing here, this is an edge of paper) for and pay all assetswhich shall come to their
possession or knowledge.

"her mark" X
Mary A. Helton

G.P. Skaggs (this is lined out)
J.M. Krone

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 21st day of May 1886. Witness my hand atesto(sic) the said ofsaid(sic) court at
office affixed date aforesaid.

Jos Mosby
Judge of Probate


in 1886.

415. Margaret9 Crismon (531) was born on 4/10/1790 at Russell, VA. She married James Helton (530), son of Peter Helton (3311), in 1810 at Lee, VA. As of / /1810, her married name was Helton (531). She lived in 1818 at Osage, MO. She died in 1831 at Gasconade, MO. She lived in 1840 at Maries, MO. As of 10/1/2003, she was also known as Chrisman (531) Pr Lee Case spelling variant.

420. William9 Nicholas (3409) married Hannah Parsons (3410) 8/1788. He was born in 1758 at Bensalm TWP, Bucks, PA. He began military service in 1776 William served in the Revolutionary war no less than four times. Entering the first time in the summer of 1776, about the time New York was taken by the British, and serving under Col. Anderson, Major Mc Ilvaine, and Captain Jarvis. He served six weeks to two months and received a verbal discharge.
He was drafted the second time in 1777, shortly after Philadelphia was taken, and joined the troops at White Marsh. He was stationed on a hill between there and the Schuylkill River, patrolling the neighboring county under the command of General Potter and Major Kennedy and was discharged at Dilworth's Tavern on the York Road, after six weeks to two months,
He enlisted a third time for six months to drive a continental team. They got their wagons from Col. Larick and loaded at Easton Pa, and drove across the Jersies to White Plains where General Washington lay with the army. He was hauling provisions from Tarrytown on the North River to the army at White Plains. When General Washington moved his camp and encamped on Quaker Hill, he stayed the remainder of the time at Morris Store in the state of Connecticut.
He also joined a volunteer company and aided in guarding a magazine and the market people on the roads to prevent them from taking produce into Philadelphia at the time the British occupied the city. He was engaged in this service for about one month.

(Excerpts from William's application for a pension October 17, 1832 )
National Arcives Microfilm Publications # W4751

William's burial site information from Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots vol.3, p--Serial 11912; vol. 4

All the information in this family group sheet of William Nicholas was verified in an application for soldiers pension obtained from the National Arcives Microfilm Publication #W4751. He married Hannah Parsons (3410) in 1788 at July 1788, Bucks, PA. He was buried in 1842 at Hanover Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetary. He died on 11/6/1842 at Hanover TWP, Columbiana, OH.

421. Hannah9 Parsons (3410) married William Nicholas (3409) 8/1788. She was born on 5/1/1769 at Bucks, PA. She married William Nicholas (3409) in 1788 at July 1788, Bucks, PA. She died on 5/14/1861 at age 92.

448. Santo9 Sanfilippo (3567) was born circa 1759.

449. Anna Marie9 Zizzo (3568) was born circa 1759.

450. Pietro9 Mercurio (3569) was born circa 1759.

451. Pietra9 (--?--) (3570) was born circa 1759.

456. Stefano9 Balistreri (3281) was born circa 1776. He married Francesca Storniolo (3285), daughter of Antonino Storniolo (3578) and Angela Taormina (3579), circa 1776.

457. Francesca9 Storniolo (3285) was born on 7/17/1756 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She married Stefano Balistreri (3281), son of Gaetano Balistreri (5889) and Angela Margherita Pagano (5890), circa 1776.

458. Sebastiano9 D'Amato (3283) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born on 6/7/1776 at Sicily. He married Antonina Balistreri (3284), daughter of Pietro Balistreri (3571) and Giovanna Sanfilippo (3572), circa 1784 at Sicily. He died on 10/20/1816 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily, at age 40.

459. Antonina9 Balistreri (3284) was born in 1765 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily. She married Sebastiano D'Amato (3283), son of Emmanuelle D'Amato (3476) and Pietra Busalacchi (3477), circa 1784 at Sicily. She died on 4/10/1847 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

460. Leonardo9 D'Acquisto (2920) was Occupation Fisherman Pescatore at Pescatore, Sicily. He was born on 10/26/1766 at Santa Eila, Villi di Palermo, Sicily. He married Rosa Giuseppa Tarantino (3307), daughter of Antonino Tarantino (3286) and Maria Rosa Alioto (3287), in 1840. He married Rosa Ferranti (2921), daughter of Antonino Ferranti (3529), on 2/1/1840 at Santa Elia, Valli di Palermo, Sicily. He died circa 1852 at Santa Eila, Villi di Palermo, Sicily.

461. Rosa9 Ferranti (2921) was born in 1769 at Santa Elia, Villi di Palermo, Sicily. She died circa 1839. She married Leonardo D'Acquisto (2920), son of Nicolo D'Acquisto (3527) and Lucrezia LoCocco (3528), on 2/1/1840 at Santa Elia, Valli di Palermo, Sicily.

480. Santo9 Sanfilippo (3567) was born circa 1759.

481. Anna Marie9 Zizzo (3568) was born circa 1759.

482. Pietro9 Mercurio (3569) was born circa 1759.

483. Pietra9 (--?--) (3570) was born circa 1759.

488. Stefano9 Balistreri (3281) was born circa 1776. He married Francesca Storniolo (3285), daughter of Antonino Storniolo (3578) and Angela Taormina (3579), circa 1776.

489. Francesca9 Storniolo (3285) was born on 7/17/1756 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily. She married Stefano Balistreri (3281), son of Gaetano Balistreri (5889) and Angela Margherita Pagano (5890), circa 1776.

490. Sebastiano9 D'Amato (3283) was (an unknown value) at Pescatore. He was born on 6/7/1776 at Sicily. He married Antonina Balistreri (3284), daughter of Pietro Balistreri (3571) and Giovanna Sanfilippo (3572), circa 1784 at Sicily. He died on 10/20/1816 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily, at age 40.

491. Antonina9 Balistreri (3284) was born in 1765 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily. She married Sebastiano D'Amato (3283), son of Emmanuelle D'Amato (3476) and Pietra Busalacchi (3477), circa 1784 at Sicily. She died on 4/10/1847 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

492. Leonardo9 D'Acquisto (2920) was Occupation Fisherman Pescatore at Pescatore, Sicily. He was born on 10/26/1766 at Santa Eila, Villi di Palermo, Sicily. He married Rosa Giuseppa Tarantino (3307), daughter of Antonino Tarantino (3286) and Maria Rosa Alioto (3287), in 1840. He married Rosa Ferranti (2921), daughter of Antonino Ferranti (3529), on 2/1/1840 at Santa Elia, Valli di Palermo, Sicily. He died circa 1852 at Santa Eila, Villi di Palermo, Sicily.

493. Rosa9 Ferranti (2921) was born in 1769 at Santa Elia, Villi di Palermo, Sicily. She died circa 1839. She married Leonardo D'Acquisto (2920), son of Nicolo D'Acquisto (3527) and Lucrezia LoCocco (3528), on 2/1/1840 at Santa Elia, Valli di Palermo, Sicily.


--- 10th Generation ---

792. Father10 HOWARD (1729) was born circa 1700. He married Mother Unknown Howard (1730) circa 1720.

793. Mother Unknown10 Howard (1730) was born circa 1700. She married Father HOWARD (1729) circa 1720.

816. John10 Breeding Sr. (1143) was born in 1740 at Washington, VA. He listed Served in American Revolutionary War. Earliest settlers of the newly acquired Missouri Territory, including the Daniel Boone Group between 1775 and 1783.

824. Abraham10 Miller (3308) was born circa 1700 at to 1725, Germany.

826. George10 Wesner (3309) was born in 1732 at Germany. He died in 1809 at Bucks, Pennsylvania. He married Catherine Unknown Wesner (3310) circa 1852 at Pennsylvania.

827. Catherine10 Unknown Wesner (3310) was born circa 1735. She married George Wesner (3309), son of Jacob Wesner (3316), circa 1852 at Pennsylvania.

828. Peter10 Helton (3311) was born circa 1760 at Tennessee.

830. Isaac Campbell10 Crismon (532) listed Isaac Chrisman - Judah

Isaac Chrisman, the oldest living son of Isaac and Jane (Scott) Chrisman was under 21 years of age in 1784. On August 26, 1784, Isaac Chrisman with the approbation of the Court chose William Robison his guardian.

By a preemption warrant entered 1,000 acres, lying in the county of Washington, Virginia, adjoining his settlement at the Rock Spring Station in Powell Valley and on the upper side of the same, up along the foot of Wallens Ridge.

Isaac was appointed constable on the 19th day of March 1788 in Russell County, and proof of a deed from Isaac Chrisman to Aaron Rutherford was confirmed August 19, 1788. The Washington County land tax listed Isaac Chrisman with 400 acres.

Isaac's wife was Judah, surname unknown, whom he married proba-bly in the late 1780's or early 1790's. The early Russell County marriage records were destroyed in a fire when the courthouse burned. Isaac acquired considerable land holdings, all in the portion of Russell that became the county of Lee in 1792-3, by grant and purchase.

On November 10, 1795, he purchased 400 acres, lying on both sides of Wallens Creek, from James Price of Green County, Tenn., granted to Price. He later sold this land to Richard and William Summers of Wallens Creek area.

On November 28, 1795, he and Judah, his wife, conveyed 534 acres of land, lying on the North side of Wallens Ridge, to Joseph Daugherty of Lee county for 100 pounds, and the same date, 100 acres to Christina Hoover, and 418 acres to Henry Hoover, all in a line of Joseph Daugherty. He acquired considerable land holding after selling.

Issac signed the petition for the division of Russell County in 1792 when the county of Lee was formed, by an Act of the General Assembly, passed October 25, 1792.

He was named one of the first justices for Lee County, Virginia, Dec. 10, 1792. "The justices to be named in the commission of the peace for the said county of Lee, shall meet at the house of Isaac Chrisman in and said county, upon the first court day after the said county shall take place..." He also signed the petition for establishing the town of Jonesville. Isaac was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from the county of Lee for the session, November 8-December 27, 1796.

Isaac appears on the 1802 and 1805 tax list in Anderson County, Tennessee. He was also surveyed some land in Anderson County in 1810. Isaac was a old man when he came to Missouri with his son Gilbert about 1823. He is listed in records in Gasconade, Osage and Maries Counties in Missouri.

Isaac and Judah had nine children: Jane, Mary, Margaret, Gilbert, Isaac, Nelly, Aggy, William W. and Stephen.

Judah, his wife was a half-blood Cherokee, her father living with the tribe after his marriage to her mother, and taking part in tribal life. It is a tradition in the family that when Isaac Crismon's wife was a young girl she witnessed the torture of a young Creek Indian captured by her people in one of their tribal wars. Though burned to death at the stake, the victim, true to Indian ethics, did his best to conceal his suffering, and succeeded in so far as his features were concerned, but in spite of his best efforts his hands twisted as the fire licked into his flesh. The incident made a deep impression on the young girl, and is said to be the forerunner of the twisted hands of some members of the family in every generation since. Her indian name in sound, very closely resembles `Wannah'.

Both Isaac and Judah are buried at the old Henry Volmert place on the Big Maries some two miles from Vienna, Missouri. He was born on 11/25/1767 at Hampshire, VA. He married Judah Judy Wallen or Walling (533), daughter of Thomas Walling (3312) and Mary Cox (3313), in 1785 at Russell, VA. He lived in 1823 at two miles north west of Vienna. He died on 11/3/1838 at Franklin, MO, at age 70.

831. Judah Judy10 Wallen or Walling (533) was also known as Judy Wallen (533). She Person Source. She was also known as Walling (533). She was born circa 1759 at VA. She was born in 1768. She married Isaac Campbell Crismon (532), son of Issac Chrisman (3314) and Jane Scott (3315), in 1785 at Russell, VA. SheProperty Owned an unknown person on 10/1/2003.

896. Antonino10 Sanfilippo (3574) was born circa 1725. He married Carolina Sanfilippo (3575) circa 1744.

897. Carolina10 Sanfilippo (3575) was born in 1703 at Porticello. She married Antonino Sanfilippo (3574) circa 1744. She died on 5/22/1791 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

898. Domenico10 Zizzo (3576) married Flavia Sanfilippo (3577) circa 1759. He died circa 1831 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

899. Flavia10 Sanfilippo (3577) married Domenico Zizzo (3576) circa 1759. She died circa 1831 at Santa Elia.

912. Gaetano10 Balistreri (5889) died at Sant' Elia. He was born circa 1696 at Sant' Elia. He married Angela Margherita Pagano (5890), daughter of Pietro Pagano (5891), on 10/28/1740 at Churh of Bagheria Records- Film 1741568, 1735-1742, Sant' Elia.

913. Angela Margherita10 Pagano (5890) was born on 1/29/1713 at Sant' Elia. She married Gaetano Balistreri (5889) on 10/28/1740 at Churh of Bagheria Records- Film 1741568, 1735-1742, Sant' Elia.

914. Antonino10 Storniolo (3578) was born circa 1725 at Perriere (Porticello), Palermo, Sicily. He married Angela Taormina (3579) circa 1756.

915. Angela10 Taormina (3579) is still living.

916. Emmanuelle10 D'Amato (3476) married Pietra Busalacchi (3477). He was born circa 1735 at Santa Eila, Valli di Palermo, Sicilia.

917. Pietra10 Busalacchi (3477) is still living.

918. Pietro10 Balistreri (3571) was born in 1745 at Santa Elia. He married Giovanna Sanfilippo (3572) circa 1765. He died on 9/14/1779 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

919. Giovanna10 Sanfilippo (3572) was born circa 1745. She married Pietro Balistreri (3571) circa 1765. She died circa 1847.

920. Nicolo10 D'Acquisto (3527) died on 4/17/1809. He married Lucrezia LoCocco (3528) circa 1851.

921. Lucrezia10 LoCocco (3528) was born circa 1746. She married Nicolo D'Acquisto (3527) circa 1851.

922. Antonino10 Ferranti (3529) was born circa 1746.

960. Antonino10 Sanfilippo (3574) was born circa 1725. He married Carolina Sanfilippo (3575) circa 1744.

961. Carolina10 Sanfilippo (3575) was born in 1703 at Porticello. She married Antonino Sanfilippo (3574) circa 1744. She died on 5/22/1791 at Porticello, Palermo, Sicily.

962. Domenico10 Zizzo (3576) married Flavia Sanfilippo (3577) circa 1759. He died circa 1831 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

963. Flavia10 Sanfilippo (3577) married Domenico Zizzo (3576) circa 1759. She died circa 1831 at Santa Elia.

976. Gaetano10 Balistreri (5889) died at Sant' Elia. He was born circa 1696 at Sant' Elia. He married Angela Margherita Pagano (5890), daughter of Pietro Pagano (5891), on 10/28/1740 at Churh of Bagheria Records- Film 1741568, 1735-1742, Sant' Elia.

977. Angela Margherita10 Pagano (5890) was born on 1/29/1713 at Sant' Elia. She married Gaetano Balistreri (5889) on 10/28/1740 at Churh of Bagheria Records- Film 1741568, 1735-1742, Sant' Elia.

978. Antonino10 Storniolo (3578) was born circa 1725 at Perriere (Porticello), Palermo, Sicily. He married Angela Taormina (3579) circa 1756.

979. Angela10 Taormina (3579) is still living.

980. Emmanuelle10 D'Amato (3476) married Pietra Busalacchi (3477). He was born circa 1735 at Santa Eila, Valli di Palermo, Sicilia.

981. Pietra10 Busalacchi (3477) is still living.

982. Pietro10 Balistreri (3571) was born in 1745 at Santa Elia. He married Giovanna Sanfilippo (3572) circa 1765. He died on 9/14/1779 at Santa Elia, Palermo, Sicily.

983. Giovanna10 Sanfilippo (3572) was born circa 1745. She married Pietro Balistreri (3571) circa 1765. She died circa 1847.

984. Nicolo10 D'Acquisto (3527) died on 4/17/1809. He married Lucrezia LoCocco (3528) circa 1851.

985. Lucrezia10 LoCocco (3528) was born circa 1746. She married Nicolo D'Acquisto (3527) circa 1851.

986. Antonino10 Ferranti (3529) was born circa 1746.


--- 11th Generation ---

1652. Jacob11 Wesner (3316) was born circa 1600.

1660. Issac11 Chrisman (3314) listed Isaac Chrisman - Jane Scott

The birth date of Isaac Chrisman, November 9, 1736, was recorded in the diary of the Rev. John Casper Stoever, Jr., at the time of his baptism, June 5, 1737. From that date, there is a lapse of 24 years until our next written record of him.

There was much activity in the Valley during Isaac's teenage years and beyond. People were moving south along the valley Pike in large numbers. By 1740, all of the land in the Valley had been taken up and people were pushing even farther south.

The French and Indian War erupted when Isaac was 19. Indian attacks ranging from the running off of livestock to massacres of individual families, repeated alarms, "forting in," constant caution and alertness if not actual armed conflict became the way of life. Then a complication developed that was to have a bearing on Isaac's death 18 years later. The years was 1758, the English, hard pressed to force the French out of the Ohio area, invited the Cherokees to come north and help them fight the Iroquois, who were not only allies of the French, but also the major enemy of the Cherokee Nation. The invitation was welcomed, and 600 warriors were sent northward down the Shenandoah Valley. Unfortunately, the valley settlers were unaware of the arrangement. To them, any Indians seen in the valley were to be shot on sight, which they were. To further compound the situation, the British command treated them so badly that they soon withdrew and headed back up the valley, suffering casualties all along the way. Their reaction was predictable, prompt and violent. They turned upon the English who were most accessible to them.

In the extreme southwest of Virginia, settlement had begun along the Holston River in 1750, coming from both Virginia and the Carolinas. By 1755, it had grown to nearly 1,000 persons. Encroachment upon Cherokee hunting ground was sorely resented. The full force of the aroused animosity of the Cherokees was now turned loose upon them, and the settlement was obliterated with such violence that the Colonial government forbade any attempt to resettle. For several years the area was left uninhabited. Then, in 1768, a few settlers again appeared. It was to this area that Isaac Chrisman was to move his family about two years later.

In the meantime, Isaac married Jane Scott and left the Shenandoah Valley. His marriage was probably about 1757 or 8. The Dominion of Virginia extended indefinitely westward, and settlers were pushing into the Cacapon River valley beyond the low mountain separating the two rivers by 25 or 30 miles. It was here on Lost River, the most easterly of the Cacapon tributaries, in what is now Hampshire County, West Virginia, that Isaac next appears, at the age of 25. Courthouse records show that he purchased land from Francis McBride February 9, 1761.

What prompted Isaac's next move is not evident. On August 8, 1769, he sold 36 acres to Joseph Claypool and 350 acres to Abraham Fry, apparently preparatory to moving 300 miles south, for the next year, 1770, finds him listed as a tithable on the Clinch River. This is a tributary of the Holston, paralleling its upper reaches about 15 miles across the thickly forested mountains to the north. The move seems to have been made in the company of several families of relatives. Isaac's brother Abraham and his wife Kezia, their sister Rebecca and husband James Scott, and at least one of James' brothers, Archibald Scott and family, all appear in the Holston area about the same time.

Again for reasons that can only be surmised, Isaac took up land at Rye Cove directly on the Little Moccasin Trail, later to be known as the Daniel Boone Trail to the Wilderness. On March 25, 1774, Captain Daniel Smith surveyed 225 acres for him, and he immediately set about building a fort. At least one good spring was included in the half-acre enclosure. Built about eight miles west of Fort Blackmore, it appears to have been the most westerly fort at that time. It was considered rather unusually large, and was garrisoned with militia from the beginning.

One final event pushed hostilities to the breaking point. Isaac Crabtree, which name appears in the will of one of Isaac Chrisman's sons a number of years later, had been a member of Boone's party when the boys were killed, and bore an enduring hatred of red men. For no other apparent reason he shot and killed an Indian known as Cherokee Billy who was among the spectators at a horse race in a Watagua settlement. The Indians knew that no white man was ever held to account for the killing of an Indian under any circumstances, and their anger flared. The Colonial Government immediately dispatched Boone and Michael Stoner to warn the surveyors and scattered settlers out of Kentucky. By mid-summer, all who survived the wrath of the Cherokee were out. Col. Andrew Lewis was sent north into Kentucky along the Kanawha with a task force. Daniel Boone, William Cocke, William Preston and Arthur Campbell were left to supervise the Holston and Clinch River defenses.

Chrisman's Fort, also called the Rye Cove Fort and later referred to as Fort Lee, was in a strategic position at a crucial time. But "Lord Dunmore's War" involving the West Virginia-Kentucky Ohio River area was demanding men. Isaac was enlisted as a private in the militia under Sgt. John Duncan in Captain Daniel Smith's Company at the Glade Hollow Fort. This was part of the operation of the Point Pleasant Campaign which resulted in the defeat of Cornstalk, the Shawnee chief, and the legal opening of Kentucky for hunting. And, in March of 1775, Boone was commissioned to open up a passageway into the wilderness through the Cumberland Gap, which he set about immediately with a crew of 30 men.

Isaac's days were numbered. Sometime after July 5, 1776, when he loaned Major George Clark 20 pounds and accepted his bond, Isaac and two of his children were killed by Indians somewhere near the fort. On July 20, the Cherokee attacked Eaton`s Station at the forks of the Holston twenty miles south of Rye Cove, and Fort Watauga somewhat southeast the next day. A number of individual deaths occurred and military forays were ordered out.

The Rye Cove area was ordered evacuated by Col. Anthony Bledsoe, then in charge of frontier forces, and everyone was moved into Fort Blackmore. So, for a short time in 1776, the Chrisman Fort stood empty. In the fall, Col. Joseph Martin brought troops and spent the winter of 1777 rebuilding it. On several more occasions it was attacked by Indians, both Cherokee and Shawnee, with a number of casualties. Sometime later it was sold to Thomas Carter, and became known as Carter' Fort.

At Isaac's death, Jane was left with three known surviving children: Isaac, Jr. aged 10 or 11, Gabriel age nine, and Nimrod less than a year old, and possibly Catherine.

Not long after the massacre Jane remarried, probably during the next year, to Nathaniel Hix, by whom she had six more children (Frances, Rebecca, Archibald, James, John and Jean). Nathaniel died in 1801. Jane was continued on the tax rolls until her death in 1825.

He was born on 11/9/1736 at Frederick, VA. He was christened on 6/5/1737 at Frederick, VA. He married Jane Scott (3315), daughter of Unknown Father Scott (3323) and Mother Unknown, Scott (3324), in 1761 at Hardy, VA. He died on 8/19/1776 at Rye Cove, Lee, VA, at age 39.

1661. Jane11 Scott (3315) was born circa 1740 at VA. She married Issac Chrisman (3314), son of Jacob Chrisman (3320) and Mary Magdalena Hite (3321), in 1761 at Hardy, VA. She married Nathaniel Hicks (3317) in 1777. She died in 1825 at Lee, VA.

1662. Thomas11 Walling (3312) was born in 1730 at Maryland. He married Mary Cox (3313), daughter of Stephen Cox (3319) and Judith Woodson (3326), circa 1756. He died circa 1800 at Tennessee.

1663. Mary11 Cox (3313) was also known as Mary Cox (3313). Her married name was Wallen (3313). She Person Source. She was born circa 1740. She was born in 1740 at Cumberland, VA. She married Thomas Walling (3312), son of Elisha Walling (3318) and Mary Blevins (3325), circa 1756. She married Thomas Wallen (4446), son of Elisha Walling (3318) and Mary* Blevins (4439), circa 1767. She died on 8/16/1816.

1826. Pietro11 Pagano (5891) is still living.

1954. Pietro11 Pagano (5891) is still living.


--- 12th Generation ---

3320. Jacob12 Chrisman (3320) was born on 9/12/1706 at Strasbourg, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany. He married Mary Magdalena Hite (3321), daughter of Hans Joist Hite (3331) and Anna Maria Merkle (3332), circa 1729 at York, York, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Nieswanger (3322) circa 1773 at Frederick, VA. He died on 4/27/1778 at Winchester, Frederick, VA, at age 71.

3321. Mary Magdalena12 Hite (3321) was born in 1713 at Kingston, Ulster, New York. She married Jacob Chrisman (3320), son of Jacob Chrisman (3329) and Eva Unknown Chrisman (3330), circa 1729 at York, York, Pennsylvania. She died in 1771 at Winchester, Frederick, VA.

3322. Unknown Father12 Scott (3323) was born circa 1710 at VA. He married Mother Unknown, Scott (3324) circa 1736 at VA.

3323. Mother12 Unknown, Scott (3324) is still living.

3324. Elisha12 Walling (3318) Person Source. He Person Source. He Cause of Death:<CAUS> Killed by Indians
Elisha Walling and his wife Mary weredescribed in 1868 by one of his descendants, Mattie Rice Howard: 'Elisha had dark skin, black eyes, and black hair. He was one of the strongest men in Virginia and whipped the local champion at Chatt White's store. Mary had fair skin, blue eyes and was one of the neatest women in the world'.

Between 1732 and 1734 Elisha was on the tax list of Prince George County, Maryland. He may have traveled along the Pennsylvania Wagon Road across Maryland into Virginia. He owned land in Lunenberg County, Virginia between 1741 and 1745. In 1746 he patentedland near present day
Martinsville, Virginia at a site known as 'Round About' because of a bend in the Smith River. Elisha Walling was appointed constable in 1748 of a territory later to become Henry and Patrick Counties in Virginia. He took the oath of allegiance in 1777 in Henry County, Virginia. Elisha is listed on the Henry County Personal Property Tax Lists for 1778, 1779, and 1780.

On February 27, 1783 Elisha Walling and William Roberts were credited with furnishing supplies to the Continental Army of the American Revolution. Elisha furnished two pecks of cornmeal and 20 pounds of
bacon to Colonel Lee's Legion.He also contributed one beef to Captain Robinson's Company of Volunteers on their way Southward.

Elisha Walling may have been killed by Indians while hunting. One account states: 'On the hunters' return to camp the other men saw blood on the snow and found the remains of him and his companion; some say that Wallin's dog led them to his body while others say that his dog stood over the bodies protecting them from wild beasts. At any rate, these men had been killed byIndians and it is the first known death of a white scout to be scalped in Harland County, Kentucky. The ridge where they camped, the creek, and the town of 'Wallins' were named for him. His body was found whence almost decayed recognized by the buttons on his clothes'.

This version of Elisha Walling's death hassome credence, since no will has ever been found. This would indicate his death was unexpected, for normally when ill, a person would have written a will. He was Relationship Type: Unknown at 6th Great Grandparent - Bartlett Line. He was also known as Elisha* Walling (3318). He was born circa 7/26/1708 at Cohansey, Salem County, New Jersey. He was born on 8/26/1708 at Salem, New Jersey. He married Mary Blevins (3325) in 1730 at Prince George, Maryland. He married Mary* Blevins (4439) between 1732 and 1734 at Prince George County, Maryland. He was (an unknown value) in 1748 at Constable of Lunenburg Co. from Smith River to Walt Mt. He died between 1783 and 1785 at Henry, VA. He died between 1783 and 1785 at Henry County, Virginia or KBI Wallen's Ridge, Harland co KY.

3325. Mary12 Blevins (3325) was born circa 1710. She married Elisha Walling (3318), son of Thomas* II Walling (4440) and Sarah* Elwell (4441), in 1730 at Prince George, Maryland.

3326. Stephen12 Cox (3319) was born circa 1722 at Cumberland, VA. He married Judith Woodson (3326), daughter of John Woodson (3327) and Judith Tarleton (3328), circa 1728 at Cumberland, VA. He died before 1758 at Cumberland, VA.

3327. Judith12 Woodson (3326) was born circa 1706. She married Stephen Cox (3319) circa 1728 at Cumberland, VA.


--- 13th Generation ---

6640. Jacob13 Chrisman (3329) listed Jacob Chrisman - Magdalena Hite

Jacob Chrisman, progenitor of the Frederick County Virginia Family, came to the Shenandoah Valley in the immigrant train of his father-in-law Jost Hite, in 1731/2. There is, to date, no record of his arrival in America. Naturalization papers issued at Williamsburg October 23, 1745, states that "Jacob Christman" was a native of Worms, which lies somewhat to the north of Swaia. The name "Chrisman" (Christman, Christmann) is of German origin, and means a descendent of Christianus, a follower of Christ.

From the union of Jacob Chrisman and Magdalena Hite came officers in the Revolution and succeeding wars, men active in government, plantation owners, frontier fort builders, and pioneers through the entirety of westward expansion.

It seems evident that Jacob was in contact with the Hite family sometime prior to their appearance in Virginia. Hite is documented as residing close to Philadelphia during the previous sixteen years, and Jacob must have lived nearby as he and Magdalena were probably married about 1728.

The Hite wagon train of twenty families traveled 140 miles or more in migrating from Pennsylvania to Packhorse Ford on the Potomac, near present-day Shepherdstown. By various spellings the Potomac River was known as the Cohongoroota. From this point, a few miles above Harper's Ferry, they had to build their own road another forty miles to reach Opequon Creek, known to local Indians as the Rose Bud. Here they were forced to live in their wagons until crude shelters could be built. Apparently they arrived in early spring, after spending some months at the ford, and it seems likely that they hastened to build log cabins as they were establishing a new frontier in Indian territory.

The Blue Ridge Mountains separate the Alleghenies from the thickly forested piedmont stretching eastward to the Atlantic. Hidden behind the Blue Ridge, the Shenandoah Valley remained unknown for nearly 100 years after the appearance of white settlements along the seaboard. It forms a natural passageway from the Potomac to the Carolinas. Although used as a thoroughfare and hunting ground by many Indian tribes, few had their resident villages in the valley. The Shawnees had one location at Woodstock, with three more near the "Shawnee Springs" at present day Winchester.

The river, known to them as "The Daughter of the Stars," impounding the 40-mile length of Massanuten Mountain between its two branches, provided ample water for the broad, rich valley. In good years three crops of maize were raised. Game was plentiful, with deer, elk, bear, fox, beaver, muskrat and quail, and it had long been common practice by the Indians to clear the valley floor of undergrowth each year by burning, to provide better forage for the roving herds of buffalo.

As their grant of 750 acres from Hite, the Chrismans chose open ground along the Indian trail seven miles south of the Shawnee Springs. The eastern boundary was the tree line along the valley floor, and they later purchased some timber land from George Bowman. The large spring near which they built has been known since 1735 as Chrisman's Spring. Their deed from Hite is dated May 14, 1740, in the Orange County Court. Their house was two miles south of Hite's, and about five miles each from the Bowmans to the south and the Fromans to the west.

There was plenty of limestone rock in open cliff exposures along the creek gullies, already fractured into useful flat-sided shapes and sizes, so it naturally followed that log cabins soon gave way to more permanent structures. The type of building indicates concern for physical safety. And the Hite group, being the first white settlers west of the Blue Ridge, had good cause for concern. Jacob's house, a strong rectangular two-story building with walls perhaps two feet thick, stands a short distance east of the Valley Pike. One account states that the spring could be reached by an underground passage if necessary, and that a log cabin near the house was a powder magazine. The house is still in service as a home more than 230 years later. A stone bearing the date 1751 is visible in the upper north gable.

The stone buildings of other family members, Bowman, Froman and John Hite, were built in 1753. The Bowman house, called Harmony Hall but better known as Fort Bowman, was built with a cellar to serve as a stronghold. It is now open to the public as a museum.

With no roads, there was difficulty in getting supplies. Packhorse trains were used to contact civilization in Pennsylvania and at Fredricksburg. Although Hite and his partners in the land company soon began moving families in to meet requirements of the conditional grants, it was three years after their arrival before a few cabins appeared at the old Shawnee Springs, and Frederick Town, later to be called Winchester, was begun.

Settlers were soon streaming into the valley. Col. James Wood, a native of Winchester, England, and surveyor for Orange County, brought a group to the Shawnee Springs in 1735. There he surveyed 1200 acres, and in 1744 laid out the site of Frederick Town. Several groups arrived through Manassas Gap in 1740 to settle near Front Royal.

In 1748, Lord Fairfax came with a surveying crew, which included George Washington as a sixteen year old boy, to locate his "Greenway Court" five or six miles southeast of Jacob Chrisman on 10,000 acres which he staked out for himself. Here he began his lengthy and futile contest of the Hite claims which he considered to be on his property.

Jacob grew tobacco. It was extremely hard on the soil, and good "tobacco land" became useless "sour land" after only four years of use. Large estates ordinarily planted only about one tenth of the land at any one time and, except for the lower valley area, it did not become a common crop along the Shenandoah. We know that Jacob grew it, for on one occasion recorded in 1745 he was fined 2000 pounds of tobacco for "operating a tippling house without a license." The economy of Virginia was tobacco, and it was used as currency. As late as 1695, preacher's salaries were fixed by law at 16,000 pounds of tobacco a year. Moreover, preachers were not uncommonly found to imbibe of the locally made liquor as well. Records show that Jacob served as constable during 1743-45, and one can only speculate as to the ramifications, if any.

Whether to increase his tobacco land or to provide for a family of maturing boys, Jacob saw fit to buy another 500 acres on Linville Creek, from Thomas Linville, November 13-14, 1746, for a sum of 100 lbs., 5 shillings. Another 500 acre purchase was made June 3, 1755 from Joseph Bryan. This land, which Bryan had bought from Linville, was also part of the original Hite grant. The price was now up to 150 pounds.

A few years later, Jacob sold part of the Linville Creek land to two of his sons, John, age 21, bought 300 acres for 100 pounds, and George, age 16, bought 376 acres for the same amount. The following year Jacob rented 500 acres to Frances McBride, June 1762.

One of the earliest roads built west of the Blue Ridge was from Hite's Mill to Chrisman's Spring. And, in 1738, Jacob joined in a petition to the Orange County Court to have a road opened to the Shenandoah River.

Jacob's land was "processioned" March 8, 1747. The church (Angelican-Episcopalian) required that every four years boundaries were to be examined, old land marks renewed, and records kept in parish books. This also included the settling of disputes. The well being of the church depended upon that of the farmers, so the vestrymen appointed two men to procession each man's land, under supervision of the courts.

The Chrisman children became literate, somehow, as evidenced by their estate settlements showing possession of books, and by their written signatures. It is possible that Jacob may have read German, but he signed his will with a legalized mark.

It is evident that Jacob held slaves, as the estate list of his personal belongings include one. As some succeeding generations of Chrismans are known to have held negro slaves, and the size of Jacob's property practically demanded it, we can probably safely assume that Jacob was a slave owner.

Magdalena is said to have died in 1771. Jacob remarried Mary Nuschwanger, the daughter of Christian and Maria Magdalena Nuschwanger, the daughter of Jost Hite's second wife. Her will, in the Frederick County Court House is dated May 31, 1782, with settlement dated April 6, 1785.

Jacob died in 1778. It was twenty-six years later that his son George, as Administrator, finally succeeded in recording settlement April 4, 1804, in Frederick County Court. The estate totaled 1583 pounds, 19 shillings, 6 pence...a sizeable sum for those days.

Jacob and Magdalena had ten children: Jacob, Abraham, Sarah, Anna Maria, Isaac, John, Rebecca, George, Henry and Magdalene. He was born circa 1675 at Strasbourge, Alassace-Loraine, Germany. He married Eva Unknown Chrisman (3330) circa 1699.

6641. Eva13 Unknown Chrisman (3330) was born circa 1679 at Strasbourge, Alsaace-Loraine, Germany. She married Jacob Chrisman (3329) circa 1699. She lived in 1699 at Worms, Palatinate, Germany.

6642. Hans Joist13 Hite (3331) was born on 12/5/1685 at Bonfeld, Baden, Germany. He listed Hans Joist Hite - Anna Maria Merkle

Hans Justus Heydt, known later in America as Jost Hite, was born 6 December 1685, the second of the family of eight children of Johann and Magdalena. He was eleven years of age when his stepmother came to live with them.

Jost became a linen weaver, and on 11 November 1704, married Anna Maria Merkle. She was the daughter of a prominent family of the Bonfeld-Wimpfen area. Two children of this marriage, Anna Maria and Maria Barbara, died shortly after birth. The third child, Mary, not listed in the Bonfeld church records, with a birthday of 1708 or 1709, may have been born after the family left for America.

Records of 1709 indicate that the families of Johannes Heydt and his son Jost (Hans Justus), emigrated. It appears that only four family members reached America: Jost, his wife Anna Maria, their baby daughter Mary and Jost's stepmother, Maria. Probably typhoid, severe at the time, accounted for the rest. Entire families were known to be wiped out.

Jost and Anna Maria lived in New York State three or four years, as indicated by the baptism of their next two children at Kingston; Elizabeth and Magdalena. The family then moved to Pennsylvania, near Germantown, now part of the city of Philadelphia, where they bought 150 acres on the Skippack River in 1714. Four years later, on 15 Nov 1718, they purchased 600 acres a few miles up the Perkiomen, for the price of 125 pounds. Here Jost built a grist mill just outside of present day Swenksville. Family tradition says he also bought slaves, which seems likely in view of the size of his property. It must also have been here, while near the Pastorious Colony at Germantown, a Quaker settlement, that Elizabeth met and married Paul Froman, a member of The Society of Friends.

The rest of Jost and Anna Maria's eleven children were: John, Jacob, Isaac, an infant, Abraham and Joseph.

It would seem that by now the Hite family, in possession of considerable property and comfortably situated in a new two-story house with stone walls two feet thick, would be content with their success in the new world. And perhaps they were, even though an Indian attack, repulsed by the local German farmers, occurred close by. But unknown to them, the actions of a traveling Indian trader from the New York area were shaping their future, and drawing the name of Jost Hite into the history of the development of a rich wilderness area 140 miles to the southwest, in the "Northern Neck" of Virginia.

For a number of years, John VanMeter had traveled among the Indian tribes supplying them with a variety of materials in exchange for furs. He was widely known and readily accepted by a number of tribes, living with them and moving among them with apparent ease. During the late 1720's, it is said that he attached himself to a war party of Delawares and accompanied them on an expedition to the south, up the valley of the Shenandoah River, to attack the Catawbas. He was so well impressed with the lower valley area that upon returning he and his brother Isaac obtained a grant from the Colonial Government at Williamsburg for 40,000 acres, 17 June 1730, with the condition that they settle one family per thousand acres on the land within two years.

Word of this venture immediately aroused the interest of Jost Hite and he sought out the VanMeters, acquiring the rights to their grant on August 5, 1731. Not satisfied, he and Robert McKay pursued what appeared to be golden opportunity and on October 31 signed papers at Williamsburg for an additional grant of 100,000 acres, subject to the same conditions of settlement within a two-year period. Then, together with Robert Green and William Duff, they set up land company operations. Just what part McKay played in this enterprise is not entirely clear. Accounts of the settlement of the lower Shenandoah Valley invariably list Hite as the leader of this first permanent settlement west of the Blue Ridge.

Prior to this transaction Jost had disposed of his Pennsylvania property. Jacob Merkle (the name later became Markley), Anna Maria's brother, had arrived from Germany, and the Hites saw fit to release 100 acres of land to him for the legalizing token of five shillings, July 16, 1728. Although it is not indicated here, it seems to have been the custom to lease saleable land to prospective buyers for one year at a very nominal fee such as five shillings, after which actual sale was made. Hite's remaining 500 acres, with the grist mill, were sold to John Pauling for 540 pounds on January 9, 1730. Deeds exist for the various Hite transactions. What prompted these final transactions is not known, but Jost was left in possession of ready money at the opportune time to make the VanMeter purchase.

It is of some interest to note that John Pauling sold the former Hite property to Peter Pennypacker in 1747, and that it has remained in that family. The mill was operated as Pennypacker Mill for many years, finally being extensively damaged by fire in 1898. It was rebuilt the next year as the Red Fox Inn. In 1980 it burned. The original Hite house served as General Washington's headquarters during September and October, 1777, after the Battle of Germantown. It was remodeled, with additions, and is known as the Pennypacker Mansion.

The trip from Pennsylvania to Virginia in 1731 was slow. A passable road over the rough terrain had to be cleared for the wagon train as they went. The Potomac River was crossed a few miles above the mouth of the Shenandoah at Packhorse Ford (later called Mecklenberg, and finally Shepherdstown). They arrived at their destination on Opequon Creek in the fall of 1731.

Prior to the coming of Hite, the valley had been seen by very few white men. A Jesuit priest, a wandering German physician and a British colonel had reported their respective journeys there as 1632, 1669 and 1673. Then came an interesting and only partially believed report from Louis Michel, a Swiss in 1705. He wrote of finding evidence of an ancient Indian tribe at today's site of Winchester, who used huge sacrificial stone altars 60 feet across, and whose warriors stood seen feet tall by actual measurement of their remains. This latter point was to be confirmed by George Washington in excavating for Fort Loudoun in 1755. The valley was penetrated again in 1716, in pinpoint fashion, by Gov. Spottswood with his "Golden Horseshoe" group. He named the river "Euphrates," and claimed all of the land westward "to the River of the Spaniards," the Mississippi, as British territory, an as "Virginia" in particular.

From the Potomac the Shenandoah Valley, the "Valley of Virginia" as it came to be known, stretched nearly 200 miles south, forming about half of the length of a natural passageway to the great Smokey Mountains in the southwest. It served as more of a thoroughfare than as a place of residence for the Indians. The Shawnees had a small cluster of villages around the springs at present day Winchester, from which a well-beaten path led up the length of the valley. It was close beside this trail, five miles south of the Shawnee Springs, that Hite chose to settle. The Valley Turnpike follows much of the old Indian Trail, called by many the "Great Indian Highway." Sections of stone walls thought to be of the house and tavern built by Jost Hite still stand some 30 yards east of the Turnpike, beside the house built by his son, Colonel John Hite.

"Tavern" in that time meant "inn" - a place where travelers could stop overnight with some assured protection. No doubt liquor was kept in supply, but it was considered a social amenity, even by many of the clergy. Tavern keepers of the time were accorded civic courtesy and their children were sought out by educational institutions. They were widely acquainted, an essential link in the news media chain, and usually were more affluent than most. As such they merited respect and were held in high regard. The tavern served as a warm up place for everyone between long morning and afternoon church services in unheated churches. A carefully kept ledger recorded the pints and quarts consumed by saint and sinner alike; hence the origin of "Mind your P's and Q's."

Site locations for the several families, surveying, corner staking and cabin building all had to be done at once. The Hite sons-in-law were permitted to make their own selection of 750 acres each. From the Hite location the Chrismans settled two miles south, the Bowmans about seven, and the Fromans some five miles southwest. Robert McKay, Jr. chose a site at the forks of the river where he set up a saw mill. His father settled about five miles up the south fork of the river. By agreement, a line running from the Shawnee springs to the forks of the river divided the land. McKay was to settle the land east of the line, while Hites' land lay to the west. Hite, as might be expected, set up a grist mill on Opequon Creek a short distance from his house.

The Indians were peaceful at first, but trouble began almost at once with officials at Willimasburg. The Colonial Government, knowing nothing of the territory started making grants to others involving the Hite-McKay land. Jost made at least one trip to Willimasburg in the summer of 1732 to take care of the matter.

But greater trouble, soon to be upon them, stemmed from the fact that King Charles II of England in the middle 1600's had rewarded a prominent Scottish family with a grant of the "Northern Neck" of Virginia. Thomas, sixth Lord Fairfax, Baron of Cameron in Scotland, arrived at Williamsburg in May 1735 to investigate his inheritance, only to find that the Colonial Government had issued settlement grants on his property to Hite and McKay. Finding that settlers had moved onto the land in sufficient numbers to satisfy the conditional grants, and an extension of one year to December of 1735 had been allowed on the larger one, he paid two visits to the home of Jost Hite on the Opequon in 1736 and 1737. These produced no favorable results for him, so he settled himself on a 10,000 acre tract about five miles east of Hite, and proceeded to have his land surveyed. George Washington, aged 16, was one of the surveyors, and a favorite of Lord Fairfax. As such, it was inevitable that he come into contact with the Hite families. His diary records one occasion when he spent the night at the home of Captain John Hite.

There had been no western boundary established for the Fairfax land, and Virginia was considered to extend as far as the Mississippi River. King George II rectified this by a decision on April 16, 1738, establishing a straight line 76 miles long from the head of the Rapidan River to the head of the north fork of the Potomac as the western boundary. This was surveyed in 1746 and became known as the "Fairfax Line". Hite and his associates filed suit in 1749, starting litigation which extended until 1786, and became a classic textbook study in law schools. It was settled in favor of Hite some years after both he and Lord Fairfax were dead.

From the beginning the difficulty of travel made the size of Spottsylvania County much too large for convenience. In 1734, Jost and his fellow settlers petitioned for formation of a new county, to be called Orange. The county was formed, with Jost as one of the magistrates. In the same meeting, James Wood (from Winchester, England) was made surveyor, and he soon set about laying out a town site at the Shawnee Springs. So Frederick Town, later to be called Winchester, was founded. It became the county seat when Frederick County was formed in 1738.

When son John Hite and Sara Eltinge were married in 1737, Jost and Anna Maria turned the house and tavern over to them and moved to a site about a mile east of the Bowmans on land that had been set aside for Isaac, a location later known as "Long Meadows." This is the title chosen by Minnie Hite Moody for her historical novel concerning the family, published in 1941.

Anna Maria died in 1739 and in the fall of 1741, Jost married Maria Magdalena, widow of Christian Nuschwanger. As was often the case, a remarriage of by both parties involved use of a specific agreement drawn up to list not only the material possessions brought into the marriage by each, but their distribution back to the heirs of the two original families after death. When she died is not known. Jost died in 1761 at the age of 75. Family tradition holds that he and Anna Maria (Merkle) were buried at the Opequon church. Grave stones were convenient building blocks during the Revolution as well as the Civil War, both of which raged up and down the valley, so no marker remains in 1704. He married Anna Maria Merkle (3332), daughter of Abraham Merkle (3334) and Anna Veronica Landvotter (3335), on 11/11/1704 at Bonfeld, Baden, Germany. [H]Owned Land an unknown person in 1732. He married Maria Magdalena Unknown Hite (3336) in 1741 at Bonfeld, Baden, Germany. He died in 1761 at Frederick, VA.

6643. Anna Maria13 Merkle (3332) was born on 1/16/1687 at Bonfeld, Baden, Germany. She married Hans Joist Hite (3331), son of Johannes Heydt (3333), on 11/11/1704 at Bonfeld, Baden, Germany. She died in 1739 at Long Meadows, Frederick, VA.

6648. Thomas* II13 Walling (4440) was (an unknown value) at Carpenter. He was Relationship Type: Unknown at 7th Great Grandparent - Bartlett Line. He was buried at Walling Cemetery, Cohansey, Salem County New Jersey. He Person Source. He He moved from Providence, Rhode Island to Cohansey, Salem Co., New Jersey.
14Aug. 1676. He received rights to service of Indian Captives in King Phillip's War, as he had 'staid and went not away.'
Sept. 1687. He was taxed.
1687. Ratable estate.
7 Jan. 1718. He settled his accounts as administrator of his brother John and paid his brother James a legacy of 13-16 Pounds, and was authorized to keep the balance of 9-8-10 Pounds.
17 Feb. 1718. He was of Cohansey, New Jersey, when he sold to Thomas Onley, of Providence, Rhode Island, a share in athatch bed there for 4-5-0 Pounds.
26 June 1719 He deeded to his eldest son Thomas, of Cohnasey, Providence Lands.
19 May 1724. Will of Thomas Waling, of Salem Co., New Jersey, carpenter; proved 22 Oct. 1724; mentioned wife Sarah; sons Thomas, Elisha, John, James, Joseph, Benjamin; daughters Rebecca, Abigail wife of John Benident; undutiful son William. Executors: sons Thomas and James.

Thomas Walling 2 gave his oath of allegiance to the King in May of 1682. In 1687 Thomas was on the Tax and Ratable Estate List for Providence. After Thomas Walling's marriage to Sarah Elwell in 1695, the
couple moved to Piles Grove in Salem County, New Jersey, along with Sarah's parents. Thomas Elwell, Sarah's father, left 15 acres of land to Thomas Walling in his will.

Thomas Walling was listed as Overseer for the Poor for the Piles Grove Precinct in 1707. He was on the Colonial Muster Roll for the north side of Cohansey, New Jersey in 1715.

Both Thomas and Sarah Walling died in 1724 in Salem County, New Jersey. Thomas' will was dated May 19, 1724 and proven on October 22, 1724 in Salem County, New Jersey. All his children are listed including 'my undutiful son, William'. This William may have been the first Wallen relation to settle in what is now East Tennessee, for all records of him are lost after 1750 and a notation isfound in court records that William 'moved to Carolina'.

Executors of Thomas Walling 2's estate were his sons Thomas and James. The inventory of Thomas' personal estate amounted to a little over 108 British pounds. Thomas Walling 2 was a carpenter.

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Thomas Walling, Jr. was the oldest known child of Thomas Walling, Sr. and Mary Abbott. He was born about 1653 inProvidence, Rhode Island. Providence at that time was still under the firm religious control of Roger Williams. Thomas, Jr. spent his early life in this town, but may have spent some time in East Greenwich, RI where his first wife lived. Thomas, Jr. is known to have given an Oath of Allegiance to the King in May, 1682.

Thomas Walling, Jr. and Sarah Elwell were married on 10 May 1695 in Rhode Island and it is likely that
the marriage took place in East Greenwich. Their first two children may have been born in Rhode Island,
but according tothe 'Vital Records of Rhode Island' the rest were born in Salem Co., New Jersey. Thomas Walling, Jr. and his family apparently lived on part of the 110 acre tract of land owned by Sarah's father Thomas Elwell and located near the head of Salem Creek beginning about 1695. From 'Salem Deeds', on 3 July 1704, CharlesHopman assigned to Thomas Walling of Piles Grove Precinct, Salem Co., NJ (carpenter) 200 acres of land. In 1707, Thomas was listed as 'Overseer for the Poor'for the Piles Grove Precinct. He apparently bought 650 acres of land (excluding 1/4 acre for burying ground) from William Allen on 13 Nov. 1718 in Prince George Co., Maryland. It is not likely, however, that Thomas Walling ever lived onthis, but some of his children probably did.

Thomas Walling left a will inSalem Co., NJ dated 19 May 1724 and proved 22 Oct. - 15 Nov. 1724 at
Cohansey, Salem Co., NJ in which he named his wife Sarah as Executrix and devised his estate to his
children. He was also referred to as a carpenter in this will. It is not known when or where his wife Sarah
died. He Person Source. He was born on 2/8/1668-69 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He married Sarah* Elwell (4441) on 5/10/1695 at East Greenwich, Providence, Rhode Island. He was Will Dated Type: Unknown on 5/19/1724. He was Will Proved Type: Unknown on 10/22/1724 at Salem County, New Jersey. He died on 10/22/1724 at Cohansey, Salem County, New Jersey, at age 55.

6649. Sarah*13 Elwell (4441) Person Source. She [ruth robbins.FTW]

Sarah Elwell was the first child born to Thomas Elwell and Sarah Bassett. She was born in the fishing village of Gloucester, Mass. but later moved with her family to East Greenwich, RI. She was Relationship Type: Unknown at 7th Great Grandparent - Bartlett Line. She Person Source. She Person Source. Her married name was Walling (4441). She was born on 8/24/1676 at Gloucester County, Massachusetts. She married Thomas* II Walling (4440), son of Thomas* I Wallen (4442) and Mary* Abbott (4443), on 5/10/1695 at East Greenwich, Providence, Rhode Island. She died circa 1724 at Cohensey, Salem County, New Jersey.

6654. John13 Woodson (3327) is still living.

6655. Judith13 Tarleton (3328) is still living.


--- 14th Generation ---

13284. Johannes14 Heydt (3333) is still living.

13286. Abraham14 Merkle (3334) is still living.

13287. Anna Veronica14 Landvotter (3335) is still living.

13296. Thomas* I14 Wallen (4442) Thomas Walling 1 (also spelled Wallen and Walwyn) was located in Providence, Rhode Island as early as 1645. His mother and the family may have moved there from Plimouth following the death of Thomas' father, Ralph Wallen, about 1633. Thomas was named a commissioner of Providence in 1657 and a surveyor of highways in 1660. In 1657 he sold a share of land to Richard Pray.

Thomas Walling fought in King Phillip's War. King Phillip was an Indian also known as Metacomet who began a series of raids on the settlements around Providence in 1675. The first attack came on June 16, 1675 at Swansee, Plimouth Colony near the Rhode Island border as the colonists were returning from a church service. Other attacksfollowed at Dartmouth, Taunton, and Middleboro. Metacomet or King Phillip was the son of Massasoit, chief of the Wampanoag nation and leader of a league of tribes from Maine to Connecticut.

The settlers organized themselves to retaliate and bloody battles followed. On May 29, 1676, the Indians burned Providence. Later it was learned that two-thirds of the white men fled to safer territory, but
that 27 men 'staid and went not away'. Among those who stayed to fightwere Thomas Walling, Daniel Abbott, James Olney, and William Hopkins.

Thomas Walling died in late 1676. His will mentions his wife, Margaret, and all his children.

The Walling story begins in Halton, near Lancaster -- a tinyvillage where three brothers, Richard, Ralph, and Thomas Walling were born. In 1623 they sailed from the Port of London on the ships Ann and Little James bound for Plymouth in the New World. For more than two centuries the family prospered. The Wallings are linked to the Jamestown settlers, the First Families of Virginia, and the same bloodlines as three American presidents.

1655 Thomas Wallingsname was on the Freeman List.
1657 Thomas Walling was a commissioner of Providence, Rhode Island.
1657 Thomas Walling on 25 January sold a home share of land to Richard PRAY.
1660 Thomas Walling was a surveyor of Highways.
19 Feb 1665 Thomas Walling had Lot 72 in a division of lands.
27 July 1670 Thomas OLNEYJr complained that Thomas Walling was 'debarring' him from going over certain land to OLNEY's meadow. OLNEY said he could not get home his hay by reason of WALLING's blocking up the way. The town appointed a committee to debate the matter with Walling.
18 June 1675 the first Indian raids and massacres took place at Swansea in Plymouth Colony, near the Rhode Island border. Other towns affected were Dartmouth, Taunton, and Middlesboro. Thomas Walling 'staid and went notaway during King Phillip's War.' An Indian by the name of Metacomet was also called King Phillip. These invasions were called King Phillip's Wars. Metacomet was the son of the Chief of Wampanoaga, and Leader of a League of Indians from Maine to Connecticut.

Will written Nov 22, 1674 and later proved in court. He died November 1676 in Providence.
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Assigning the parentage of Thomas Walling to Ralph Wallen & Joyce is not documented and is probably incorrect.

Thomas Walling Sr. is first documented at Winter Island, a Maine fishing camp, about 1645. He was arrested at Plymouth Colony somewhat later, being involved in an romantic escapade wherein George Way stole his father's boat and with Thomas Walling and one other young man, 'rescued' two young married women from their abusive husbands and escaped from Winter Island to Plymouth.

All these young miscreants were returned to Maine by Plymouth authorities, except for Mr. Walling (the ring-leader?), who served his sentence in Plymouth thence eventually made his way to Providence Plantation and made formal request to join that community. Roger Williams wrote the town fathers concerningThomas Walling, alluding to his clouded past and establishing criteria for citizenship in the community. He was granted entry into Providence and originally stayed with the Daniel Abbott Sr. family He later. He Person Source. He was Relationship Type: Unknown at 8th Great Grandparent - Bartlett Line. He immigrated on 7/10/1623 to Arrived Plymouth aboard 'Anne.' He was born circa 1627 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Massachusetts. He married Mary* Abbott (4443) after 1/22/1650-51 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He married Margaret White (4619) on 6/19/1669 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He died in 11/ /1676 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.

13297. Mary*14 Abbott (4443) Person Source. She [ruth robbins.FTW]

Mary Abbott was the only daughter born to Daniel Abbott and Mary ? . It is believed that Mary was born after Daniel Abbott arrived in America in 1630 and settled in Providence. Daniel Abbott was said to have been born in Cambridge, England. She was Relationship Type: Unknown at 8th Great Grandparent - Bartlett Line. Her married name was Wallen (4443). She was born on 12/13/1629 at Massachusetts. She married Thomas* I Wallen (4442), son of Ralph* Wallen (4444) and ?* Joyce (4445), after 1/22/1650-51 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. She died in 1669 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.


--- 15th Generation ---

26572. Jorg15 Merkle (3337) is still living.

26573. Eve15 Unknown Merkle (3338) is still living.

26592. Ralph*15 Wallen (4444) was Relationship Type: Unknown. He Person Source. He Ralph and Joyce Wallen arrived at Plimouth Colony aboard the ship 'Anne' in 1623. They were on the third ship of Pilgrims arriving at Plimouth. The 'Mayflower' in 1620 and the 'Fortune' in 1621 preceeded them. The arrival of the 'Anne'and her sister ship, the 'Little James' brought the total number of colonists to about 200.

Ann, the first child of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, was born shortly after their arrival. Ann married John Smalley, a tailor. The Smalleys moved to Eastham then to Little Compton, RI, then later to Piscataway, New Jersey.

Thomas and Richard, sons of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, moved to Providence, RhodeIsland.

In 1627, a division of land and assets in Plimouth was made. Ralph and Joyce Wallen were assigned to the thirteen member Francis Eaton company. Their group was given 'an heyfer of the last yeare called the white belyed heyferand two shee goats.' The documents were signed by Governor William Bradford, Edward Winslow, Nathaniel Morton, Nathaniel Clarke and Samuel Sprague.

In 1633 the freemen of the Colony were listed and Ralph Wallen was on the list. He was on the Plimouth Colony tax list for 1632/33.

In 1633/34 the name 'widow Wallen' replaced her husband's on the tax list. Joyce Wallen continued to live inPlimouth until she sold her land on September 7, 1643.

The will of NicholasSnow who had come to Plimouth on the 'Anne' with the Wallens gives the names of his neighbors: Ralph Wallen, Thomas Clarke, Manessah Kempton, Edward Bangs and the Hopkins family.

The will of Dr. Samuel Fuller on July 30, 1633 directsthat 'my daughter Mercy be and remaine to Goodwife Wallen'. 'Goodwife' was a term used for a single female head of a household.

Much of Wallen family information from 'Elisha Wallen, the Longhunter' by Carolyn Wallin, wherein she cites many sources.
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'The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod on November 11, 1620with 102 passengers, the first Pilgrims to the New World. In 1621, the Fortunebrought 35 Pilgrims and on July 10, 1623, the ship Anne arrived at Plymouth with 60 Pilgrims on board. The Little James arrived in Plymouth around July 20. The Anne and the Little James were classed as the last of the Pilgrim ships. Twoof the pilgrims on the Anne were Ralph and Joyce Walling.

Raalph and Joyce Wallen were assigned to the thirteen member company under the leadership of Francis EATON. In the 'Division of Cattle' their group was given 'an heyfer of thelast yeare called the white belyed heyfer and two shee goats'. The
documents were in the handwritting of Governors William Bradford and of Edward Winslow; and the secretaries of the Colony, Nathaniel MORTON, and Nathaniel CLARKE and Samuel SPRAGUE. He was born circa 1590 at London, England. He married ?* Joyce (4445) circa 1620 at England. He was Migration Type: Unknown on 7/20/1623 at Aboard the 'Anne' bound for Plymouth. He died circa 1633 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Masschutsetts.

26593. ?*15 Joyce (4445) Person Source. She Anne & Little James

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Arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts
July 10, 1623

The ship Anne arrived the latter part of June, and the Little James a week orten days later. A number of the passengers were the wives and children of persons already in the Colony. 'The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620.' Emigrant Ancestors, John Camden Hotten, 1874 'Built by the Plymouth Adventurers to remain at the Colony___ Burthen: 44 tons' William Peirce, Master Anne Emanuel Althan, Captain Little James John Bridges, Master Little James
Columns represent: Name, Occupation and notes, Last Residence, Place in New Colony they resided
80 Ralph Wallen
81 Joyce Wallen wife - notin Hotten's

Correspondence 11/22/99 passengers #80, 81 WALLEN
I am a descendent of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, passengers #80 & 81. I know that they stayed in Plymouth after arriving and that they had a son, Thomas Walling before 1630. I have Ralph's date of death between 1633-1634 and Joyce's after 9-7-1643. She was Relationship Type: Unknown. Her married name was Wallen (4445). She was born circa 1600 at England. She married Ralph* Wallen (4444) circa 1620 at England. She died after 9/7/1643 at Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Masschutsetts.



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