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Not many could write despite the onset of provision of
schools in 1850, there was a need
for them to gain employment in the expansion
of industry, commerce, the railways, etc.

A Penny in those days was equivalent
to 4 Pints of Ale and was an expensive for the Labouring
Class whose population
compared to Farmers say was immence.

Richard was never able to support himself
as well as his family by being a Letter Carrier but the other
kind of Carrier
would.

Such Carriers were by and large to offer regular transport to and from
Market Towns when they were
held, where he would have known Louth and Alford.
When there was not a Market Day he was available
to take, privately people with
their goods and chattels to see their friends, possibly with a horse and trap.

He would have also taken Farmers to other farms for social and business to
which he would also be paid.

Regards

Leslie
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Hello Ron,

I have been doing this Ancestry for a very long time and I have developed a strategy in determining some of my own difficult connections. I saw yours as a regional event and separated North Somercotes and the other place where there was also a Richard HUFTON to be found.

I also looked at the naming conventions that were being applied by the families and saw the same Charlotte being used in your own Ancestry in two generations.

These of course may seem trivial but are they important. Emmerson SNOWDEN was deliberate.

I asked you to deliberately look for Ann and sister Mary for their christenings at North Somercotes that clearly state their mother was Charlotte , also that the 1851 census at North Somercotes revealed Richard as the "Carrier".

I have provided proof with inclusion to both Ann and Mary HOFTON christening documents on my Tree.

They all add to make clear that they must be her parents.

Mary HUFTON went on to marry and I had inserted the image of her first daughter who was Ann Hufton LOUGHTON, obviously named after Ann HUFTON, your Ancestor.

You will
also note that both daughters were to name children Hedley, this adds and puts
confirmation.

I was also keen for you to see the Burial Record for Richard HUFTON at North Somercotes and he must have been looked after by his closest at the zenith of his life.

It is within all of the various elements that provide positive clues and conclusion.

Richard, who went on to marry Mary Ann NICHOLSON, if memory serves took place 2 years later than Ann was born. and their parish is too far away from North Somercotes.

I am always looking at maps when I do my research, to see whether there is any realism, and also to see whether any siblings were to migrate with the parents.

Yet none of Mary Ann NICHOLSON
children did, and certainly Mary Ann herself was buried where she was to raise her children, so was her husband.

When you have come to realise, my version will provide an image of Mary HOFTON marriage.

Enough for the moment.

Regards

Leslie

Everything is in perfect order


THERE WERE TWO RICHARD HUFTON's IN
THE LINCOLNSHIRE 1851 CENSUS RECORDS
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HUFTON, Richard (I8273)
 
5
 
MACDOUGALL, Ann (I42)
 
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1775 Sep 30 Thomas Pattan, signatory to petition of "sundry freemen" to form a militia in their own district of Patuxent Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Thomas Pattan served under Henry Ridgely, Jr. a known resident of Anne Arundel Co. along with Edward Hearn in 1776. Thomas Patton m. Mary Hearn at St. Pauls in Baltimore in 1779. The only Thomas Patton on the 1790 census is in Anne Arundel Co. and has six children, which is about right.. There are Hearns in the St. Pauls records in Baltimore and there are Hearns in Anne Arundel. Michael Hearn ca. 1750 to 1813 has daus Sophia m. Edward Iglehart 15 Dec. 1788, and Anne m. Cornelius Iglehart 4 Feb. 1803. John Hearn m. Mary Summers 20 May 1807. The Igleharts are on the 1790 Anne Arundel Co. census.

DEEDS: Abstracts, Mason County Kentucky Deed Book A-L 1789-1810 1973 Library of Congress Card No.74-154302 42 - 4 Aug 1796 Map and plan of town of Maysville, signed by Benjamin Sutton, Peter Light, John Killen, Thomas Patten, Lewis Moore, George Mitchell Clerk: Thomas Marshall, Jr. 442 - 26 May 1798 Thomas Patten and Mary his wife of Adams County, North West Territory; AND William Byars of Mason County Tr: Sale of lots #81 and 84 in Maysville, Mason County, Wt: George Mitchell, Peter Light, Andrew Woodrow JP's: George Mitchell, John Gutridge to obtain release of dowry rights from Mary Patton Clerk: Francis Taylor Jefferson County Court of Common Pleas, Steubenville, OH.

Will Book 1 301 At a Court of Common Pleas held in at Steubenville in said County on the 18th of March 1815. foregoing copy of the last will and testament of Joseph Ladd admitted to record. Signed Thomas Patton Clerk 5th day of June 1815. The Historical Collections Of Harrison County, Ohio author - Charles A. Hanna pub. in - 1900 page - 226 - 229 (section - township - range) Thomas Patton, assignee of David Moody, SW 28.10.4, July 5, 1816 Nathaniel Farmer pension file S35917, dated 12 Dec. 1827 letter from Thos. Karney, Auditor General's Office, Annapolis, MD, to The Honbl. O. H. Smith, House of Reps., Washington, "I have carefully examined the rolls remaining in the Office for the names of Thomas Patton ... and they do not appear." Fayette Co, IN Civil Order Book C:50-51, application of Thomas Patton for a pension under the act of Congress of June 7, 1832 "having been a soldier of the revolution." Fayette Co, IN Deed Book G:212, 492-495, H:149-153. Sullivan Co, IN Letter of Administration to Isaac Patten 18 Sept 1847 for Mary Patton, intestate. 1850 census for Richard and Isaac, both b. in Maryland.

Evidence suggests that Thomas emigrated to Butler County, Ohio, then to Hamilton County. He died in Fayette County, Indiana.

Thomas Patton was appointed Justice of the Peace by the newly formed county government on September 7, 1821. See the History of Fayette County....
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Thomas was buried in the Burk Cemetery, according to an article published by the DAR in Connersville, Indiana. City Librarian states that Thomas owned the property the cemetery was located upon--but that appears erroneous. Subject property (and cemetery) is located several hundred feet west of the west boundary of the Daniel Hoover farm--which Thomas sold to Daniel and Polly (the daughter of Thomas) in about 1821. See www.ronsgen.com for more information.
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"Thomas Patton married Mary Hearn on 9 May 1779 in St. Pauls's Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland. He may have been still in the service of his country (Revolutionary War Patriot), which could explain not marrying in Anne Arundel County. Thomas Pattin appears in the 1790 federal census of Anne Arundel county, with three males under 16, and four females."

"Thomas and Mary had four children while they lived in Maryland between the years 1780 and 1790. Their son, Isaac, was born there in Maryland 15 November 1787. They moved to Butler County, Ohio in 1790. Their daughter, Nancy, was born in 1792, and there were several more children after that. In 1814 they moved to Franklin County (now Fayette County), Indiana where they purchased 100 acres of land. In 1832, at the age of 74, Thomas applied for a Revolutionary War pension, but he evidently died before it could be granted as thee is no record of his receiving a pension. He died in Fayette County, Indiana around the year 1834. Each of the nine surviving children receivd an equal share of that 100 acres. The widow received her dower rights. Mary Hearne Patton died in 1848 in Sullivan County, Indiana,"
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"...By 1784 Thoomas Patton was in Maryland when Richard Patton was born, if the correct birthplace is given in the 1850 census. Isaac Patton was born 1790 in Maryland according to the cnsus. And if the information in the Pound-Kester book is correct, Nanc Patton was born in 1792 in Ohio. So it would seem that Thomas Patton traveled from Neew Jersey to Maryland before settling in Butler County, Ohio; then Hamilton County, sometime before 1792.

The Land office in Cincinnaati also sold land in Indiana and we find that Thomas Patton and his son William Patton were among the first settlers of Fayette County, Indiana buying land there in 1813 and 1814 while it was still a part of Wayne County which had been formed from Indian landin 1810. Here in ayette County Thomas Patton died intestate in 1834 still holding a part of his original land purchase of 1814."

Source: Wwey Boyer Burkman, the Descendants of Peter Simmons, Brunswick County, Virginia...."
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Source: US Census for 1820--Fayette County, Indiana. Daniel Hoover and family are listed, with a Thomas Patton listed directly below. That this Thomas Patton could be anyone other than Mary Polly’s father exceeds the probability of such event. NOTE. See deed of conveyance from Thomas Patton to Daniel Hoover of a portion of his property (80 acres) in Section 34 of Jennings Township. Jennings Township was originally a part of Franklin County, Indiana; from which Fayette County was created in approximately 1810.
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Historical Event: 30 September 1775 ; Thomas Pattan, signatory to petition of "sundry freemen"
to form a militia in their own district of Patuxent Hundred, AnneArundel County, Maryland.

Fayette Co, INndiana Civil Order Book C:50-51,
application of Thomas Patton for a pension under the act of Congress
of June 7, 1832 "having been a soldier of the revolution."

"'Served in Maryland (militia) under Captain Henry Ridgeley, Jr. Passed by Colonel J. Carvil Hall on 26 Aug 1776.' [This entry has been copied from an unidentified publication located in the Fayette County, Indiana Public Library--I am usure as to the meaning of this quotation.] The reference further states 'Proof 'Rec. MD Troops in Cont. Serv.', p. 41, Pens Appl. Civil Order Book C. Fayette Co. In. --12 Mar. 1832--4 April 1838--pp 50-51: Bjorkman--'The Patton Family' , pp 111-118.
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LAND RECORDS
Fayette County, Indiana Deed Book G:212, 492-495, H:149-153.
Sullivan County, Indiana Letter of Administration to Isaac Patten 18 Sept
1847 for Mary Patton, intestate.
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Deed of Conveyance, Fayette County Records: 80 acres purchased by Daniel Hoover from Thomas Patton. Property is adjoining his farm. See internet site for copy and transcription. Fayette County records, Book A, Page 560.
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Land Records of Thomas Patton
Source: Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

FEDERAL LAND SERIES, a Calendar of Archival Materials on the Land Patents Issued by the United States Government, with Subject Tract and Name Indexes, by Clifford Neal Smith. American Library Association : 1972.

p. 694 9 Sep 1808 A/3/441
Transmits patents Daniel Symmes, Reg. Cin.
Thomas Patten Cin. Miami Reserve R9 T5 S13+

p. 800 17 Jan 1809 A/3/485
Daniel Symmes Reg. Cin. Transmits patents
Thomas Patten Cin. Miami Reserve R9 T5 S19

1810 Butler Co., Ohio Tax List
David Patton Thomas Patton William Patton

CINCINNATI DISTRICT LAND GRANTS IN INDIANA
NO. 25,471 Receiver's Office at Cincinnati, Oct. 10th, 1814 Received of Thomas Patten of Butler county, the sum of one hundred and 47 dollars and 20 cents, which with the discount hereinafter stated, and allowed is in full of the 1st and 2nd installment of the purchase money of the N.E. qr of section no. 34 in township No. 14 of range No. 13 E 2nd PM containing 160 acres, at 2 dollars per acre, sold this day.
DOLLS. 147 20/100 Hom James Findlay receiver
Disct. $12 80/100 Lewis D. Whiteman

FAYETTE CO. INDIANA DEED BOOK A:560
This indenture made this 21st day of July in the year of our Lord 1821 between Thomas Patten of the County of Fayette in the State of Indiana to Daniel Hoover of the same place, for $200, S34 T14 R13 NE1/4 of the S.E. corner of Morgan Shields entry, 60A.
Wit: Thomas Patten
John Patten her
Wm. Patten Mary X Patten
Recd. 27 July 1822 mark
(This land is in Jennings Twp. just N. of the town of Alquina.)


FAYETTE CO. INDIANA DEED BOOK G : 212
3 Dec. 1834 John Patton of the County of Hamilton state of Ohio to William Patton of Fayette Ind. for $100 his undivided right and title which is the 9th part of the following tract of 100A NE1.4 S34 T14 R13E, a part of the same 1/4 section which Thomas Patton obtained a patent for dated the 29th day of April 1815 and to the estate right title intereest claim and demand of him the sd John Patton of in and to the said premises.
Wit: John Patton
John Ludlow J.P. her
L.H. Jameson Jane X Patton
mark
State of Ohio Hamilton Co. Personally appeared John Patton together with Jane Patton his wife...Jane examined separately
Recd. 15 Dec 1834

FAYETTE CO., INDIANA DEED BOOK G : 492
Patton Heirs to Moses Lyons Indenture dated 4 July 1835 William Liston and Nancy Liston his wife, Isaac Patton, Richard Patton and Polly his wife of the County of Sullivan state of Indiana of the one part to Moses Lyons of Fayette Co., for $270 3/9 parts of the undivided tract of land in Fayette Col aforesaid it being NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E of the 2nd principle meridian of the Lands directed to be sold at Cininnati containing 100A
4 July 1835 William X Liston
Nancy Liston
Isaac Patton
Richard Patton
Mary Patton
State of Indiana Sullivan Co. the within named William Liston, Nancy his wife, and Isaac Patton came this day before a Justice of the Peace...And the said Mary Patton being of full age, examined seperate from her husband
4 July 1835
State of Indiana Park Co. 18 July 1835 appeared Richard Patton and Polly his wife...Polly examined separately
Recd. 6 Oct. 1835

FAYETTE CO., INDIANA DEED BOOK G :494
10 Feb 1835 Polly Hoover of Fayette Co. to William Patton of Fayette Co. for $100 all her right title claim interest in the following 100A of land which Thomas Patton late of Fayette Co. was seized and possessed and being a part of his estate being the undivided 1/9 part of the NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E
Wit: her
Jas. Ross J.P. Polly X Hoover
William X Hoover mark

FAYETTE CO. INDIANA DEED BOOK G : 495
12 SEP 1835 William Patton Jr. of the County of Butler state of Ohio to William Patton Sr. of Fayette Co. for $60 1/2 of the individual 1/9 part of the Lands owned by Thomas Patton decd., subject to the dower right and is part of the NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E contaiing 90 to 100A
Wit:
Jas Ross William Patton Jun
John Vratch

FAYETTE CO., INDIAND DEED BOOK H:149
7 Oct 1835 William Patton and ydia Patton his wife of Fayette Co. to George P. Lyons of Fayette Co. for $50 1/2 of the undivided 1/9 part of a tract owned by Thomas Patton at his deceast part of the NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E containing 90 to 100 A subject to the widow's dower
Wit:
Jas Ross William Patten X
James G. hohnson Lydia Patten X
Fayette Co., Ind. Jas. Ross J.P. for Fayette Co. eamined separate and apart from her sd husband Lydia Patten...
Recd. 28 Mar 1836

FAYETTE CO. INDIANA DEED BOOK H"151
7 Oct 1835 William Patten and Lydia Patten his wife of Fayette Co. to George P. Lyons for $280 land in Fayette Co., the undivided 3/9 part of the land owned by Thomas Patten at his decease Ne1/4 S34 T14 R13E 100A subject to the widow's dower
Wit. William Patten X
Jas. C. Ross Lydia Patten X
Lydia Patten was examined by Jas. Ross J.P.
Recd. 28 Mar 1836

FAYETTE CO. INDIANA DEED BOOK H:152
25 Jan 1836 Rachel Campbell of the County of Switzerland State of Indiana to George Lyons of Fayette Co. for $200 A certain tract of land known as the undivided 1/9 part of 100A lands of which Thomas Patton late of Fayette Co. died seized of and being a part of the NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E(except the Right of Dower which Polly Patton widow of Thomas Patton has in said land.)
Wit: Rachel Campbell
Joseph Culp
Robert Campbell
Switzerland Co....examined Rachel Campbell...Joseph Culp J.P
Recd. 28 Mar 1836

FAYETTE CO., INDIANA DEED BOOK H:153
22 Dec 1835 Samuel Parker trustee appt. by the Probate District of Delaware Co. in said state, as hereinafter mentioned as of the first party to George P. Lyons of Fayette Co....at the Feb. ... Court in the year 1835 then came into said court Archibald Parker guardian of the persons and estates of John Parker, Mary Parker and Isaac Parker, infant heirs of Elizabeth Parker, daughter and one of the heirs at law of Thomas Patton decd. and filed therein his petition for reasons specified in sd petition for the sale of the following described Real Estate the property of his sc wards to wig. the undivided 1/9 part of 100A of land lying in the waters of Village Creek in Fayette Co. being NE1/4 S34 T14 R13E it ebing the farm of which the said Thomas Patton Grandfather of his said wards died seized, the same being subject to the dower of the widow of the said Thomas, which petition of the said guardian the court appoints Joseph Mulkins, Joseph Vanmatre and Samuel Harlan to appraise interest approved for $10. Court directed that the sd land be sold and that Samuel W. Parker be appt. a commissioner to affect such...same be sold on a credit of 6 months and be advertised in the Watchman a public newspaper in Fayette Co....George P. Lyons bid $112
At the May Term 1835 of the Delaware Co. Probate Court the court confirmed the sale.
Recd. 28 Mar 1836 Samuel W. Parker
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RELIGIOUS

St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD [Film 13887] p. 282, 291, 310.
11 Feb 1723 Then was born Samuel PATTEN. [no parents listed]
31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN
12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON

Email from Gwen Boyer Bjorkman: 4/8/08. Gwen states that the St. Mary Ann’s Parish Church was Anglican prior to the American Revolution, and that some time after the revoution it may have become Episcopal.
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St. Mary Ann’s Church currently has a website, with the following ‘historical narrative’ posted”

An Introduction to The Episcopal Church

You may be wondering what is the Episcopal Church.  We are part of the worldwide Anglican Communion which had its beginning in the years following Martin Luther's protestations against the Roman Catholic church in the 16th Century.  Luther's activities gave birth to Protestantism within Christianity.  In England, the Anglican Church introduced Protestantism but with a distinctly Catholic flavor.
We worship in a way that is not unlike the Catholic Church.  But we are not in communion with Rome even though most Catholics would find themselves right at home in an Episcopal Church.
 We are between Protestantism 
and Roman Catholicism.
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CENSUS

1790 Census, Maryland, Cecil Count, West Nottingham Hundred
Series M637 Roll 3 pge 239--Heritage Quest
Thomas Patton; 2-1-7 no slaves
James Patton, 3-1-3 no slaves
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1800 Census, State of Maryland, County of Cecil:
Thomas Patton: 1-1-0-0-1-2-2-3-1
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1810 Census, State of Maryland, County of Cecil:
Thomas Patton: 3-0-3-1-0-0-0-0-1-0-0-5
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1820 Census, State of Indiana, County of Fayette, Jennings Township
Thomas Patton: Lists wife and 6 children.
1 male 10-16 years old
1 male 26-45 years old
1 male over 45 years old
1 female 10-16 years old
1 female over 45 years old
Daniel Hoover is listed directly after Thomas (Married Polly)
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1820 Federal Census--Jennings Township, Fayette County, Indiana
Daniel Hoover
Males 26-45 (1) Females <10 (2) 16-26, (1)
NOTE--This represents Daniel, Polly (who is younger than Daniel, and (2) daughters under 10 years of age.
These girls appear to be Catharine and Nancy)
Thomas Patton
Males 10-16, (1) 26-45, (1) >45, (1) Females <10 (2), 10-16, (1) >45, (1)
NOTE--This represents Thomas, Polly and two girls under 10 and one girl 10-16.

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1830 Federal Census--Jennings Township, Fayette County, Indiana
(Township not stated, but locations of Hoover, Rofs (Ross) and Patton names indicate Alquina, Jennings Township.)
Daniel Hoover Males <5, (1), 5-10, (2) 40-50, (1) Females <5 (1) 5-10, (1) 10-15, (3) 30-40, (1)
NOTE--These represent Daniel and Polly, Isaac, and females Mary, Catharine, Nancy and ??. There is some evidence that two additional daughters were born, dates unknown, named Jemima and Mahala. This appears to be the first documented proof that one of these daughters existed.

Thomas Patton Males 10-15, (1) 60-70, (1) 70-80, (1) Females 15-20, (1) 60-70, (1)
NOTE--These include Thomas and Mary, one boy 10-15 years--possibly a grand child; and one male aged 60-70 that could be an older son. Femals include one possible daughter or grand daughter.
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David Agricola, Patton Lineages Originating in Maryland and Delaware
(Cleveland, OH: 1998)
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St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD [Film 13887] p. 282, 291, 310.
11 Feb 1723 Then was born Samuel PATTEN. [no parents listed]
31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN
12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON
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1775 Sep 30 Thomas Pattan, signatory to petition of "sundry freemen"
to form a militia in their own district of Patuxent Hundred, Anne
Arundel County, Maryland.
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Thomas Pattan served under Henry Ridgely, Jr. a known resident of Anne
Arundel Co. along with Edward Hearn in 1776. Thomas Patton m. Mary
Hern at St. Pauls in Baltimore in 1779.
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/0
00001/000043/html/am43--276.html
Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
Volume 43, Page 276
Tuesday 5th September 1780
William Wilkins and Isaac McHard are appointed supervisors of the
Press for superintending the Printing of the said Bills of Credit.
Commission of Marque and Reprisal issued to Thomas Patten Commander of
the schooner Rover 6o Tons burthen, navigated by 10 men mounting 6
Carriage Guns 4 Swivels and 10 Muskets belonging to Samuel Smith &
Danl Bowley of Baltimore
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/0
00001/000048/html/am48--170.html
Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
Volume 48, Page 170
Monday 20th May 1782
Commissions of Letters of Marque & Reprisal issued to George Blackwell
Commander of the Brig Hamburgh one hundred and eighty Tons burthen,
navigated by thirty five Men, mounting Carre Guns, belonging to Paul
Siemon & Company of Baltimore and also to Thomas Patten Commander of
the Brigantine Count Rochambeau, one hundred and twenty Tons burthen,
navigated by seventeen Men, mounting ten Carriage Guns belonging to
Jonathan Hudson & others of Baltimore.
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/refserv/bulldog/bull97/html/bull
11-9.html
BALTIMORE COUNTY PETITIONS
by Robert Barnes
===
The early petitions to the Baltimore County Orphans Court are found in
Baltimore County Register of Wills (Petitions) 1780-1789 [MSA C399].
They can yield some fascinating insights into the daily lives and
problems of Marylanders of the period. The petitions cover a variety
of topics ranging from the binding out of apprentices to requests for
government officials to respond to requests. In one petition Absolom
Butler said he had waited for two days to find out why the judge had
sent for him. As he was about to leave for Virginia, Butler wanted the
judge to let him know why his presence was required.
===
The first folder in the series concerns the estate of George Patten.
In his Last Will and Testament George Patten had made bequests to
Thomas Patten, Moses Patten, Mrs. Agnew, David Stewart, Nathaniel
Smith, and Mrs. Butts. Thomas Patten accused David Stewart and
Nathaniel Smith of acting hastily in applying for letters of
administration on the estate. Stewart and Smith, in their response
filed 23 May 1780, stated that George Patten departed this life on or
about 19 Feb 1778 at which time the libellant, Thomas Patten, was out
of state. Stewart and Smith waited until May 1778 and then applied for
letters of administration since no one else had done so.
===
The petitions are arranged chronologically, with the name of the
deceased on the folder. An alphabetical list of decedents can be found
at the front of each of the two boxes in the series.
===
The petition series continues under the Baltimore City Register of
Wills, 1791-1950 [MSA T621].
===
The only Thomas Patton on the 1790 census is in Anne Arundel Co. and
has six children, about right for my Thomas Patton.
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/refserv/quickref/html/allssi1437
.html
Maryland State Archives MARYLAND INDEXES (Assessment of 1783, Index)
1783 MSA S 1437
William Iglehart. AA Patuxent Hundred, p. 2. MSA S 1161-1-11 1/4/5/44
Michael Herring. AA Patuxent Hundred, p. 2. MSA S 1161-1-11 1/4/5/44
Elizabeth Herring. AA Elkridge Hundred, p. 2. MSA S 1161-1-3 1/4/5/44
John Hearn. AA Elkridge Hundred, p. 2. MSA S 1161-1-3 1/4/5/44
William Patten. TA Island, Tuckahoe and Kings Creek p. 12. MSA
S1161-10-3. 1/4/5/53
Michael Paten. Notes: first and last names questionable. CE 5th
District, p. 6. MSA S 1161-4-3 1/4/5/47
Thomas Patton. Lott Land, 185 acres. CE 5th District, p. 5. MSA S
1161-4-3 1/4/5/47
Thomas Patton. Lott Land, 180 acres. CE 5th District, p. 5. MSA S
1161-4-3 1/4/5/47
David Patten. 150 acres. CE 6th District, p. 9. MSA S 1161-4-4
1/4/5/47
David Patten. Mill and Land, 150 acres. CE 6th District, p. 3. MSA S
1161-4-4 1/4/5/47
William Patten. 300 acres. CE 6th District, p. 9. MSA S 1161-4-4
1/4/5/47
William Patten. Mill and Land, 300 acres. CE 6th District, p. 3. MSA S
1161-4-4 1/4/5/47
George Patton. HA Bush River Upper and Eden Hundred, p. 19. MSA S
1161-6-3 1/4/5/49
Thomas Patton. Three Sisters, pt, 100 acres. HA Bush River Upper and
Eden Hundred, p. 19. MSA S 1161-6-3 1/4/5/49
Thomas Patten. KE 2nd District, Chestertown, p. 5. MSA S 1161-7-2
1/4/5/50
Benjamin Hearn. Saw Mill Supply, 45 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA
S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
Benjamin Hearn. White Field, 289 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA
S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
Benjamin Hearn. Hearns Addition to Madduxs Chance, 94 acres. SO
Rewastico p. 46. MSA S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
Elijah Hearn. Stanes, 523 1/4 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA
S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
Elijah Hearn. Support, 90 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA S1161-9-10.
1/4/5/52
Elijah Hearn. Sand Hill, 20 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA S1161-9-10.
1/4/5/52
Elijah Hearn. Addition to Stanes, 37 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA
S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
Thomas Hearn. Sandy Hill, 75 acres. SO Rewastico p. 46. MSA
S1161-9-10. 1/4/5/52
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s500/s512/html/ssf0512.h
tml
1798/08/29
9: Bennett Allen vs. Thomas PATTEN and David Steuart. BA. Estate of
George Patten - Fells Point. Recorded (Chancery Record) 40, p. 695.
Accession No.: 17,898-9 MSA S512-1- 9 Location: 1/35/5/
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http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s500/s512/html/ssf0512.h
tml
1799/08/23
4774: James McCoy, John Miflin, Israel Reynolds, Thomas PATTON,
William Miller, Henry Broughton, and John H. Cromwell vs. David
Springer, Mary Springer, William Rowland, and Samuel Lane. CE. Estate
of William McCoy - Halls Choice. Recorded (Chancery Record) 48, p.
137.
Accession No.: 17,898-4774-1/9 MSA S512-6- 4942 Location: 1/37/1/
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1851/05/21
10079: John Orem vs. Isaac Hearn, Artemus Hearn, Richard Hearn,
Rebecca Hearn, Alfred Hearn, Benjamin Hearn, Tilghman Iglehart, and
Nancy Iglehart. Howard District. Defraud of creditors of Isaac Hearn.
Accession No.: 17,898-10079 MSA S512-13- 9969 Location: 1/39/2/
===
There are Hearns in the St. Pauls records in Baltimore and there are
Hearns in Anne Arundel. Michael Hearn ca. 1750 to 1813 has daus
Sophia m. Edward Iglehart 15 Dec. 1788, and Anne m. Cornelius Iglehart
4 Feb. 1803. John Hearn m. Mary Summers 20 May 1807. The Igleharts
are on the 1790 Anne Arundel Co. census.
===
DEEDS: Abstracts, Mason County Kentucky Deed Book A-L 1789-1810 1973
Library of Congress Card No.74-154302
42 - 4 Aug 1796 Map and plan of town of Maysville, signed by Benjamin
Sutton, Peter Light, John Killen, Thomas Patten, Lewis Moore, George
Mitchell Clerk: Thomas Marshall, Jr.
===
442 - 26 May 1798 Thomas Patten and Mary his wife of Adams co North
West Territory AND William Byars of Mason co Tr: Sale of lots #81 and
84 in Maysville, Mason co Wt: George Mitchell, Peter Light, Andrew
Woodrow JP's: George Mitchell, John Gutridge to obtain release of
dowry rights from Mary Patton Clerk: Francis Taylor
===
9 Sep 1808 Thomas Patton received a patent for a tract in the Miami
Reserve (Symmes Purchase) located in R9 T5, Butler Co, OH. They soon
moved across the border to Franklin Co, IN where they purchased 100
acres in 1814.
===
Jefferson County Court of Common Pleas, Steubenville, OH.
Will Book 1 301
At a Court of Common Pleas held in at Steubenville in said County on
the 18th of March 1815. foregoing copy of the last will and testament
of Joseph Ladd admitted to record. Signed Thomas Patton Clerk 5th day
of June 1815.
===
The Historical Collections Of Harrison County, Ohio author - Charles
A. Hanna pub. in - 1900 page - 226 - 229
(section - township - range)
Thomas Patton, assignee of David Moody, SW 28.10.4, July 5, 1816
===
"MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO - GUARDIANSHIPS 1821-25" as printed in the
"Gateway to the West", Volume VII, Number IV, October, 1974, page 173,
seventh entry: "10-27-1823, David SHIVELY, aged 20 years, hair of
Jacob SHIVELY, dec'd., chose Thomas PATTON as his guardian. Case
#615. (Doc F-1, pg 44)."
===
Fayette County, Indiana Deed Book: A:560
This indenture made this 21st day of july in the year of our
Lord 1821 between Thomas Patten of the county of Fayette in the
State of Indiana to Daniel Hoover of the same place, for $200,
S34, T14, R13, NE 1/4 to the S.E. Corner of Morgan
Shields entry, 60A.
This land is in Jennings Township, just north of the town of Alquina.
===
Nathaniel Farmer pension file S35917, dated 12 Dec. 1827 letter from
Thos. Karney, Auditor General's Office, Annapolis, MD, to The Honbl.
O. H. Smith, House of Reps., Washington, "I have carefully examined
the rolls remaining in the Office for the names of Thomas Patton ...
and they do not appear." Fayette Co, IN Civil Order Book C:50-51,
application of Thomas Patton for a pension under the act of Congress
of June 7, 1832 "having been a soldier of the revolution."
===
In 1832 Thomas Patton applied for a Revolutionary War pension (Fayette
Co, IN OB:C:50-51. "Court having examined Samuel Bell, Lewis Noble,
Ephraim Mill, H. G. Larimore, O. H. Smith, Samuel C. Sample on oath
touching their knowledge of the said Thomas Patton ...G. H. Larimore
is a Licensed Exorter of the Methodist E C ... are all residents of
the neighborhood of the said applicant"
===
Fayette Co, IN Deed Book G:212, 492-495, H:149-153.
Sullivan Co, IN Letter of Administration to Isaac Patten 18 Sept
1847 for Mary Patton, intestate.
===
1850 census for Richard and Isaac, both b. in Maryland.
===
Ron Snowden
http://www.ronsgen.net/getperson.php?personID=I613&tree=Snowden
===
1775 Sep 30 Thomas Pattan, signatory to petition of "sundry freemen"
to form a militia in their own district of Patuxent Hundred, Anne
Arundel County, Maryland. Thomas Pattan served under Henry Ridgely,
Jr. a known resident of Anne Arundel Co. along with Edward Hearn in
1776. Thomas Patton m. Mary Hern at St. Pauls in Baltimore in 1779.
The only Thomas Patton on the 1790 census is in Anne Arundel Co. and
has six children, about right for my Thomas Patton. There are Hearns
in the St. Pauls records in Baltimore and there are Hearns in Anne
Arundel. Michael Hearn ca. 1750 to 1813 has daus Sophia m. Edward
Iglehart 15 Dec. 1788, and Anne m. Cornelius Iglehart 4 Feb. 1803.
John Hearn m. Mary Summers 20 May 1807. The Igleharts are on the 1790
Anne Arundel Co. census. DEEDS: Abstracts, Mason County Kentucky Deed
Book A-L 1789-1810 1973 Library of Congress Card No.74-154302 42 - 4
Aug 1796 Map and plan of town of Maysville, signed by Benjamin Sutton,
Peter Light, John Killen, Thomas Patten, Lewis Moore, George Mitchell
Clerk: Thomas Marshall, Jr. 442 - 26 May 1798 Thomas Patten and Mary
his wife of Adams co North West Territory AND William Byars of Mason
co Tr: Sale of lots #81 and 84 in Maysville, Mason co Wt: George
Mitchell, Peter Light, Andrew Woodrow JP's: George Mitchell, John
Gutridge to obtain release of dowry rights from Mary Patton Clerk:
Francis Taylor Jefferson County Court of Common Pleas, Steubenville,
OH. Will Book 1 301 At a Court of Common Pleas held in at Steubenville
in said County on the 18th of March 1815. foregoing copy of the last
will and testament of Joseph Ladd admitted to record. Signed Thomas
Patton Clerk 5th day of June 1815. The Historical Collections Of
Harrison County, Ohio author - Charles A. Hanna pub. in - 1900 page -
226 - 229 (section - township - range) Thomas Patton, assignee of
David Moody, SW 28.10.4, July 5, 1816 Nathaniel Farmer pension file
S35917, dated 12 Dec. 1827 letter from Thos. Karney, Auditor General's
Office, Annapolis, MD, to The Honbl. O. H. Smith, House of Reps.,
Washington, "I have carefully examined the rolls remaining in the
Office for the names of Thomas Patton ... and they do not appear."
Fayette Co, IN Civil Order Book C:50-51, application of Thomas Patton
for a pension under the act of Congress of June 7, 1832 "having been a
soldier of the revolution." Fayette Co, IN Deed Book G:212, 492-495,
H:149-153. Sullivan Co, IN Letter of Administration to Isaac Patten 18
Sept 1847 for Mary Patton, intestate. 1850 census for Richard and
Isaac, both b. in Maryland 
PATTON, Thomas (I613)
 
7
===
Letter from Leo Joseph Fries, undated states the following: "Joe enlisted in Co. E, 17 Ind. Cal. 1861) After the war he volunteered to fight Indians under Sheridan. Seriously woulded in the battle of Beecher Island on the A?? River in Eastern Colorado. apr 1868. He married and lived in Keiner, MIssouri and died in Marion, Indiana 1922. No children.)
===
1910 Census for Center Township, Grant County, Indiana states Joseph was in poor health. His age was 68 years. Search for death records after 1910 in Indiana.
===
Joseph and Annie were found in the 1880 Census of East Cardondelet, Saint Clair County, Illinois. There is not yet any corroberation of this being the correct Joseph and Ann;but in this record the places of birth for both parents on both sides is identical to what is found elsewhere. Dates for the couple's ages varies a little, with Joseph reportedly being born in 1845 and Annie in 1847. A possibility for this discrepancy may be their desire to change identities as a result of Joseph's categorization as a deserter during the Civil War. And, dates during this time period are often found to be in error, as many had little or no reading or writing skills. Until after the first world war, spelling was phoenetic and dates were approximations.
===
The 1920 Census clearly states that French was Joseph's second (first) language, and that both his parents spoke French.
===
The 1920 Census states Joseph and Ann lived on Jonesboro Pike (road). 
FRIES, Joseph (I234)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9040)
 
9
Birth: Entry No 437 - On 5th November 1894 at Little Grimsby, Samuel son of Eardley Johnson and
Fanny Johnson formerly Shadlock, Farm Labourer. Birth registered by E. Johnson father of Little
Grimsby on 24th November, 1894. Charles Wilson Registrar. (Source Birth Certificate)
=== 
JOHNSON, Samuel (I9044)
 
10
Churches in Madison County IN were or are.  
Anderson, First (1896-)
Beech Grove (Stony Creek) (1850?-)
Summitville (1880 -?)

You may want to use my cemetery Internet site http://www.rothweb.com/Cemeteries/Cemereies.htm

Dennis

In a message dated 10/17/09 09:54:06 Pacific Daylight Time, ghoneyman@woh.rr.com writes:
After a very long time of searching, I have finally found a census reading
for the eldest child of Philip & Margaret (Burket) Younce, John who was born
6 May 1809.  While I have yet to find him in 1850, in 1860 as John Yantz,
his address is P.O. Pendleton, Fall Creek Twp., Madison Co., IN in which KY
is listed as his birth state.  His real estate is valued at 1,300.  It would
be interesting to know when the land was bought and sold.  He was elected to
the ministry in the Brush Creek district of Miami Co., OH in 1840 and
ordained an elder in 1846 presumably in the Mississinewa district of
Delaware Co., IN.  He died in 1865 and is buried in Union Cemetery near
Eaton IN.  His widow, the former Lucinda (Michael) Thomas is listed in Union
Twp., Delaware Co., IN in 1870 and 1880

I am wondering if Philip & Margaret went to Muhlenberg Co. KY with Lawrence
Younce.  Do we have any idea when the latter moved there?  I have not
discovered members of the Burket family stopping in KY.

Jim Shuman, can you identify which congregation John would have been
associated with while living in Madison County?

Gale Honeyman

===


Regarding Philip Younce and where he may have been, I have shared with Merle Rummel that I think there was a 4 year period from 1809, when Philip is reported in a history as having come to KY.   He is reported by grandson Wm H Younts, to have arrived in Miami Co OH in 1813, though he was supposed to be there for the treaty signing in 1812.  There is some information that he participated in some military or scouting War of 1812 activities which gained him a bounty land warrant.  That needs to be checked out also.  We have given an approximate date of 1808 for his marriage to Margaret Byrket based on John Younce's age.



Regarding John's birthplace, I think it's shaky to rely on a person's self-report in census of his/her birthplace.  How often we have seen those self-reported wrong or conflicting in different censuses.



Where Philip Younce was in KY, whether he was married at the time, and how long he stayed in one place is open to question and needs to be proven.  Thus far I have not found mention of him in a cursory search of Muhlenberg Co land and other records.  I have not conduced a search in Muhlenburg Co.

===
The Journal, Greenville, Ohio, 24 January 1895

(from an account of the first Swinger family reunion held at the Swinger home NW of Painter Creek, Ohio)
…..

At first there were no religious meetings.  Later, Philip Younce, a German Baptist minister of West Milton, and Wm. Miles of Ludlow Creek, and a minister of the Christian church began holding religious services in dwelling homes.  Although the roads were impassable much of the year and no salary held out as an inducement, yet their appointments were very zealously and faithfully filled.  At one time, after some heavy rains had greatly raised the streams and when Rev. Younce was on his way to fill an appointment, he was met by a messenger who informed him that Painter Creek was so high that it was impossible to cross.  Upon this the Reverend replied, "My horse can swim and not until greater hindrance than high water obstruct my course I shall not cancel my appointment in this good cause."  The faithful horse carried the daring minister safely over the deep water and the appointment was filled according to previous announcement.
=== 
YOUNCE, Phillip (I8979)
 
11
Churches in Madison County IN were or are.  
Anderson, First (1896-)
Beech Grove (Stony Creek) (1850?-)
Summitville (1880 -?)

You may want to use my cemetery Internet site http://www.rothweb.com/Cemeteries/Cemereies.htm

Dennis

In a message dated 10/17/09 09:54:06 Pacific Daylight Time, ghoneyman@woh.rr.com writes:
After a very long time of searching, I have finally found a census reading
for the eldest child of Philip & Margaret (Burket) Younce, John who was born
6 May 1809.  While I have yet to find him in 1850, in 1860 as John Yantz,
his address is P.O. Pendleton, Fall Creek Twp., Madison Co., IN in which KY
is listed as his birth state.  His real estate is valued at 1,300.  It would
be interesting to know when the land was bought and sold.  He was elected to
the ministry in the Brush Creek district of Miami Co., OH in 1840 and
ordained an elder in 1846 presumably in the Mississinewa district of
Delaware Co., IN.  He died in 1865 and is buried in Union Cemetery near
Eaton IN.  His widow, the former Lucinda (Michael) Thomas is listed in Union
Twp., Delaware Co., IN in 1870 and 1880

I am wondering if Philip & Margaret went to Muhlenberg Co. KY with Lawrence
Younce.  Do we have any idea when the latter moved there?  I have not
discovered members of the Burket family stopping in KY.

Jim Shuman, can you identify which congregation John would have been
associated with while living in Madison County?

Gale Honeyman
=== 
YOUNCE, John (I10278)
 
12
David Hoover; born 5 October 1801; died 7 May 1853; married (first) Peggy Hanley; married (second) Elizabeth Leonard,62 born circa 1804 in Pennsylvania. In 1850, David, Elizabeth and family were living in Lawrence Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, where David was listed as a farmer.63
Children of David and wives known from the 1850 census (all born in Pennsylvania):
(a) Elizabeth Hoover, born circa 1832; married Leonard Ogden, born circa 1826 in Pennsylvaniaóin 1850 Elizabeth, Leonard and son Milton were living with Elizabeth's parents, at which time Leonard was enumerated as a teamster.
Child of Leonard and Elizabeth (Hoover) Ogden known from the 1850 federa census:
(i) Milton A. J. Ogden, born circa 1848.
(b) Samuel Hoover, (statistics tentative) born November 1832; married Kezia A. [ó?ó]; born circa 1838 in Pennsylvania. In 1880, Samuel S., Kezia and children Calvin E. Hoover, Allen M. Hoover and Sherdan E. Hoover were living in Knox Township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, where Samuel was farming . By 1930, Kezia had died and Samuel, widowed, was living with his son Emory and family in DuBois, Clearfield County (page 22A).
Children of Samuel and Kezia Hoover known from the 1880 federal census (all born in Pennsylvania):
(i) Emory S. Hoover; born 1857; married Clara L. [ó?ó]; born November 1834. In 1880, the family lived in Pike Township, Clearfield County, where Emory was enumerated as a farmer (page 106). By 1930, the family had moved to DuBois, Pennsylvania, where Emory was listed as a day laborer (page 22A). Children known from the 1900 federal census (all born in Pennsylvania) were Edith Hoover (born May 1878), Ralph (Ralpheus) Hoover (born 20 November 1879, married Bessie [ó?ó]), Boyd Hoover (born June 1883), Hattie Hoover (born March 1885), Clyde Hoover (born January 1888, Erma Hoover (born April 1891), and Stanley Hoover (born December 1894).
(ii) Calvin E. (or C.) Hoover; born circa 1861 in Pennsylvania. The following statistics are tentative: married Margaret F. [ó?ó]; born circa 1860 in in Pennsylvania. In 1920, the family was living in Clearfied, Pennsylvania, where Calvin was listed as a house carpenter (page 1A). In 1930, Margaret, widow, was still in Clearfield, living with her unmarried daughter Catherine (page 24A). Children of Calvin and Margaret known from the 1920 federal census (all born in Pennsylvania) were Bertha M. Hoover, Charles H. Hoover, and Catherine Hoover.
(iii) Allen Hoover; born circa 1862.
(iv) Sherdan E. Hoover; born circa 1865
(c) Amina/Emina Hoover, born circa 1840,
(d) Ellis Hoover, born circa 1842.
(e) Abraham L. Hoover, born circa 1845.
=== 
HOOVER, David (I666)
 
13
George , Jr Yount:
◦ Born 1783
◦ Died May 1819
◦ Reference number: 6852
◦ Montgomery County Wills, Will Book A PAGE 177 FHL 873778#2
◦ Will dated April 28, 1819, Recorded September 13, 1819
◦ Wife Mary; dau. Nancy wife of John Macy, Polly, Amy And Sarah Yount; sons John, William and George Yount.
◦ Ex. wife Mary Yount, bro. Frederick Yount
◦ Wit. Daniel Yount, Henry Yount, John Yount

Mary:
◦ Died 1821
◦ ===
◦ 
YOUNT, George Jr. (I1915)
 
14
Gibbons, William Hoover, second counselor to David K. Udall (president of the St. Johns Stake of Zion) from 1887 to 1900, is the second son and third child of Andrew S. Gibbons (one of the original pioneers of Utah) and Rizpah Knight, and was born Jan. 23, 1851, near Kanesville, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. He emigrated to Utah in 1852, and located at Bountiful. Davis county; he afterwards settled at Lehi, Utah county. In 1854 he was called to Iron county, and in 1858 moved to Santa Clara to labor on the Indian Mission. In 1867 he was called to the Muddy, Nev., to settle and continue labors among the Lamanites. He [p.329] remained there until 1871, at which time the settlements were broken up. Feb. 17, 1871, he married Evaline Augusta Lamb, and moved with his young wife to Glendale, Kane county, in the same month. In the winter of 1873 he was called with his father and others to make a forced march to the relief of some of the brethren who were laboring among the Navajo and Moqui Indians, their headquarters being in Moancoppy, Ariz. They found the brethren safe and moved them back to Utah. Some Navajos had been killed by non-"Mormons," which had made the Indians hostile. In the summer of 1874 Elder Gibbons was stationed with others at Lee's Ferry, to act as a guard between the Saints and the Indians. He gathered and traded Church horses for Navajo blankets and other articles, while there, these things being used for the benefit of those working on the St. George Temple. In April, 1875, being released, he returned to his home in Glendale. In October, 1875, in going to conference in Salt Lake City, he was surprised with a call to return to Arizona to labor as an Indian missionary under James S. Brown. Their headquarters were in Moancoppy, at which place Elder Gibbons labored until he spring of 1878, when he was called by Apostle Erastus Snow to do missionary work among the Spanish people in New Mexico. He returned the same fall to labor among the Moqui Indians, helping to build John W. Young's woollen factory at that place. He was there at the time Pres. Wilford Woodruff was in exile and had the privilege of being with him some two weeks in the San Francisco mountains, during most of which time he enjoyed Pres. Woodruff's company alone. He still looks back on that time as a bright period in his life. In the fall of 1879 he was released from the Indian Mission by Pres. Woodruff and called to locate at St. Johns, Ariz. When the Ward was organized in 1880, he was chosen counselor to Bishop Udall. In 1881 he was ordained a High Priest by Pres. Jesse N. Smith. He held the position of counselor to the Bishop, until July, 1877, when the St. Johns Stake was organized, at which time he was chosen second counselor in the Stake presidency, holding that position until December, 1900, when he tendered his resignation. In his frontier life Elder Gibbons has passed through many trying scenes and has repeatedly seen God's power manifested in behalf of His people. 
GIBBONS, William Hoover (I1307)
 
15
Guardianship #528, filed May 22, 1830, Miami County Ohio Common Pleas Court

Phillip [ P-his mark] Yonce & Lyman Wheelock file bond of $800, 22 May 1830.

Court appoints Phillip Yonce guardian of Larkin Yonce, Samuel Yonce, Elijah
Yonce & Redwine Yonce, minor heirs of George Yonce deceased.

Phillip [ P-his mark] Yonce & Lyman Wheelock file bond of $200, 22 May 1830.

Court appoints Phillip Yonce guardian of Phillip Yonce, Alexander Yonce &
Elizabeth Yonce, minor heirs of George Yonce deceased.

Do not have guardianship number for this one.

Henry Hoover & John Mote file bond of $200, March 7, 1831.

Court appoints Henry Hoover guardian of Abraham Yonce, minor heir of George
Yonce

Gale Honeyman
===
Birthplace of Catharine
1850 Greensboro, Henry, Indiana census for son Alex says North Carolina
1880 census for same says Ohio

===
The oldest son of George and Catherine Younce of Ashe County, NC, was Joseph
Younce, born December 26, 1806, in Ashe County.  He married in Ashe County,
August 1, 1823, Elizabeth "Betsy" Sheets, born August 26, 1803, in Ashe
County.  Their six children were born in Ashe County, prior to their moving
to Miami County, Ohio, in 1842.



Now, here is the puzzle.  Joseph's parents, George and Catherine Younce, had
moved to Miami County, Ohio, several decades earlier, probably between 1809
and 1812.  George had ten children altogether (including Joseph) and at
least seven or eight of them were born in Ohio.  Wife Catherine died in
1828; George remarried, and then he himself died in 1830.  The tenth child,
Abraham, was born in Ohio in 1829.  Joseph was recognized as living in North
Carolina in court records following the death of his father.  So the
question is how and when did Joseph and his father George separate?



Here are some possibilities:  (1) Joseph, when he was a small child, stayed
behind in North Carolina when his parents moved to Ohio.  (2) Joseph moved
with his parents to Ohio, but returned by himself, to North Carolina, when
he was a teenager, got married, and started his own family.  (3) Both Joseph
and his father George returned to North Carolina prior to 1823, for some
reason, and George returned to Ohio while his son Joseph remained behind.
(4) The Bible records and biographies from which the account above derives,
are incorrect. 
FOX, Catharine (I8884)
 
16
I detect four errors in the transcriptions.  The intestate case is #515.
Date of the sale is 1830.  Two of the purchasers Abner Vose, Israel Hepler
are in actuality Abner Vore and Israel Kepler [Kessler].

In a letter to Donna Sand of Bellingham WA in 1982 from the Moravian
Archives, Winston-Salem NC:  "Margaretha Tesch b 14 Oct 1762 Emmaus PA, 6th
child of Heinrich Tesch & Margaretha Jaeger, m 1782, John Jans b in Aug
1760.  Two children of record Sarah b 23 Jul 1783, Johannes George b 6 Nov
1784."  Jans is the original spelling of the later Younce surname.

Gale

===
Adam Tesch and Heinrich Peter Tesch arrived in America October 23, 1752 aboard the Bawley. Baptismal records for Adam's children are in Ziegel Church, Weissenberg PA; those for Heinrich Peter's children are included in records of Emmaus Moravian congregation in Salisbury township, Lehigh Co. PA. Henrich Peter Tesch arrived in Salem, NC from Pennsylvania in 1771, and was one of the original settlers of the Friedberg community.
=== 
TESCH, Heinrich (I11349)
 
17
I detect four errors in the transcriptions.  The intestate case is #515.
Date of the sale is 1830.  Two of the purchasers Abner Vose, Israel Hepler
are in actuality Abner Vore and Israel Kepler [Kessler].

In a letter to Donna Sand of Bellingham WA in 1982 from the Moravian
Archives, Winston-Salem NC:  "Margaretha Tesch b 14 Oct 1762 Emmaus PA, 6th
child of Heinrich Tesch & Margaretha Jaeger, m 1782, John Jans b in Aug
1760.  Two children of record Sarah b 23 Jul 1783, Johannes George b 6 Nov
1784."  Jans is the original spelling of the later Younce surname.

Gale

===
The oldest children (and their alleged spouses) of John and Margaret [Tesch]
Younce of Wiles/Ashe North Carolina were, in order:



(1)  Peggy (Margaret), first wife of John Leonard Fouts, Jr.?

(2)  Sarah, second wife of John Leonard Fouts, Jr.?

(3)  George, husband of Catherine ?Fox?.?

(4)  David, husband of first wife Sally Fouts and second wife Nancy Fouts.?

(5)  Philip, husband of Margaret Burket.

Dwayne Wrightsman, BRE Forum
=== 
YOUNCE, Sarah (I7998)
 
18
I detect four errors in the transcriptions.  The intestate case is #515.
Date of the sale is 1830.  Two of the purchasers Abner Vose, Israel Hepler
are in actuality Abner Vore and Israel Kepler [Kessler].

In a letter to Donna Sand of Bellingham WA in 1982 from the Moravian
Archives, Winston-Salem NC:  "Margaretha Tesch b 14 Oct 1762 Emmaus PA, 6th
child of Heinrich Tesch & Margaretha Jaeger, m 1782, John Jans b in Aug
1760.  Two children of record Sarah b 23 Jul 1783, Johannes George b 6 Nov
1784."  Jans is the original spelling of the later Younce surname.

Gale

=== 
JAEGER, Margaretha (I11350)
 
19
I detect four errors in the transcriptions.  The intestate case is #515.
Date of the sale is 1830.  Two of the purchasers Abner Vose, Israel Hepler
are in actuality Abner Vore and Israel Kepler [Kessler].

In a letter to Donna Sand of Bellingham WA in 1982 from the Moravian
Archives, Winston-Salem NC:  "Margaretha Tesch b 14 Oct 1762 Emmaus PA, 6th
child of Heinrich Tesch & Margaretha Jaeger, m 1782, John Jans b in Aug
1760.  Two children of record Sarah b 23 Jul 1783, Johannes George b 6 Nov
1784."  Jans is the original spelling of the later Younce surname.

Gale 
Family F7999
 
20
Marriage Notes for CHARLOTTE JOHNSON and PERCY STONEMAN:
Charlotte Johnson and Percy Stoneman were married at St. Andrew's Church, Great Grimsby on 10th April,
1895Percy was 31 years a bachelor employed as a fisherman living at 76 Orwell Street, Grimsby, his father
was James Stoneman (deceased) and Charlotte Johnson was 27, a spinster living at 82 Wood Street, Grimsby,
Lincolnshire her father Samel Johnson isJohnson. All parties signed the register. 
Family F6237
 
21
Marriage: 18 April 1899, St. James Church, Rigsby, Lincolnshire9
Witnesses: 18 April 1899, Hannah Elizabeth Rands & Annie Rands
===

Marriage: 18 April 1899, St. James Church, Rigsby, Lincolnshire9
Witnesses: 18 April 1899, Hannah Elizabeth Rands & Annie Rands
=== 
Family F6248
 
22
More About DANIEL BARRETT:
Address (Facts Pg): 1813, Or 1814, moved to what became Clearfield County, PA
Address (Facts Pg) #2: 1813, Or 1814, was an early settler in Pike Township, PA
Residence: October 09, 1850, Brady Township, Clearfield County, PA - 1850 US Census
=== 
BARRETT, Daniel (I273)
 
23
OBITUARY: Transcribed by Stephen D. Robison (kinseeker @ hotmail.com)
Obituary: The Spectrum, St. George, Utah, Sunday, 4 Jan 2004:
Beatrice Pratt Tobler
Washington -- Beatrice Pratt Tobler, 88, died January 1, 2004, in St.
George, Utah. She was born December 19, 1915, in Hinckley, Utah to Almira
Knight and Jonathan Pratt. She married Glen Tobler. They were married in the
Manti Temple on September 28, 1938.
She was raised in Hinckley and Delta and attended schools there. She
graduated from Dixie College where she met her husband, Glen. She also
graduated from BYU with a degree in education. She then taught school in
Vernal for a year. She was a great reader, loved the scriptures and the
Gospel. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were a joy to her. She
served faithfully in all the auxiliaries. She was a member of the DUP. She and
Glen served a mission to Montana and also served in the Temple for a number of
years.
She is survived by her children: W. Clare (Kaye) Tobler of Boulder City,
NV; Leo G. (Carla) Tobler of Washington, UT; Ann (Phil) Hartley of Washington,
UT; Karl B. (Jan) Tobler of Las Vegas, NV; Paul J. (Terri) Tobler of
Washington, UT, 21 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and sister Mary
(Jack) Jarvis of Murray, UT.
Services will be held on Monday, January 5, at 11:00 a.m. at the Main
Street Chapel in Washington, Utah. A visitation will be held from 9:30 to
10:45 a.m. prior to services at the chapel. Interment will be in the
Washington City Cemetery under the direction of Metcalf Mortuary.
Originally published Sunday, January 4, 2004
=== 
PRATT, Beatrice (I11577)
 
24
Paul Mills, MILLS AND RELATED LINES (1993) pages 523-527.
HISTORY OF THE MILLS FAMILY by Jeremiah Mills (1784-1854).

On the top
of page 525 is the paragraph describing the family of John Mills and I
see the mix-up now. Jeremiah does say that Richard Mills m. an
Osburn, but he is not speaking of the son of John Mills, but the
grandson named Richard who was son of Thomas Mills and Jemima Jones.
"Thomas died of consumption on the Penns-branch. He had but four
children to live and have families. His wife was Jemima Jones.
Daniel Mills, their son married a woman named Carr. Richard married
an Osburn, Elizabeth married Solomon Hodgson, and Sarah married
one-eyed John Hodgson."


Paul Mills, MILLS AND RELATED LINES (1993) pages 523-527.
HISTORY OF THE MILLS FAMILY by Jeremiah Mills (1784-1854). On the top
of page 525 is the paragraph describing the family of John Mills. "We
will begin with Thomas and see what we can say for his family. He
married a Harrold sister to my grandfather. They had three sons,
Richard, Reuben and Thomas. Richard had a large family. I can not
say how many, but will name some I have seen and others I have heard
of. Asa, William and Hurr I have seen and if I am not mistaken have
heard of others. They went to Tennessee before my remembrance.
Reuben stayed on Deep River until 1807. He moved to Belmont County,
Ohio. He was blind some years before he died. Thomas died of
consumption on the Penng-branch. He had but four children to live and
have families. His wife was Jemima Jones. Daniel Mills, their son
married a woman named Carr. Richard married an Osburn, Elizabeth
married Solomon Hodgson, and Sarah married one-eyed John Hodgson." 
MILLS, Richard (I3444)
 
25
Roger Sappington in his BRETHREN IN THE CAROLINAS, p. 11, names the
following nine German families as very likely Brethren who settled on the
waters of the Uwharrie River in 1763-1764:

Jacob Stutzman
David Fouts
Jacob Fouts
John Fouts
Michael Fouts,
Andrew Hoover,
John Mast
Adam Varner
Jacob Schwartz

All of these men bought land from Henry Eustace McCullouch.  Except for
Jacob Stutzman, who purchased his land on September 1, 1764, all of the rest
bought their land a year earlier on the same day:  February 17, 1763.

This was not a coincidence.  Hoover, Mast, and Varner were related to
members of the Fouts families by marriage.  Andrew Hoover was married to
Margaret Fouts, sister of Michael Fouts.  John Mast had married a Harmon,
but his sons and daughters were married to Fouts and Hoovers.  Adam Varner
was a brother-in-law of Michael Fouts.  These related families apparently
moved to the Uwharrie River from the Pipe Creek area of Maryland a year
earlier in 1762.

The circumstances of Jacob Schwartz are largely unknown, and that is the
main reason for this message.  Various Fouts compilers say that Jacob
Schwartz was "a neighbor to Andrew Hoover in Maryland who sold out in
Maryland on the same day that Hoover did."  Andrew Hoover sold his two
tracts, "Mirey Springs" on Little Pipe Creek, and "Addition to Mirey
Springs" near Big Pipe Creek, to Stephen Bowers on May 26, 1762.  If Jacob
Schwartz sold out on the same day, one can speculate that he may have been
related to Andrew Hoover by marriage.  If he did not marry a Hoover, perhaps
he married a Fouts (since so many Brethren seemed to be related to that
family).

Jacob Schwartz was known as Jacob Black in North Carolina.  I think he was
the Jacob Schwartz who was born in Webenheim in 1718, emigrated on the Ship
Virtuous Grace in 1737, and was baptized by Michael Frantz at Conestoga in
1739.  I think he was probably the Jacob Schwartz who warranted land in
Warwick Township, Lancaster County, in 1752, but never got around to having
it surveyed.  Almost nothing is known about his family except that he had a
son Frederick Black, who married a Fouts daughter of Uwharrie and who moved
with the next generation of families Fouts, Younce, Burkett, and Shearer to
the New River headwaters in Wilkes/Ashe.  Frederick Black, along with Ulrich
Kessler, was a leader of the early Ashe County (New River) Brethren.

If anyone has any knowledge or ideas about Jacob Schwartz/Black, please
share them.

Dwayne Wrightsman         

=== 
FOUTS, Jacob (I2124)
 
26
Roger Sappington in his BRETHREN IN THE CAROLINAS, p. 11, names the
following nine German families as very likely Brethren who settled on the
waters of the Uwharrie River in 1763-1764:

Jacob Stutzman
David Fouts
Jacob Fouts
John Fouts
Michael Fouts,
Andrew Hoover,
John Mast
Adam Varner
Jacob Schwartz

All of these men bought land from Henry Eustace McCullouch.  Except for
Jacob Stutzman, who purchased his land on September 1, 1764, all of the rest
bought their land a year earlier on the same day:  February 17, 1763.

This was not a coincidence.  Hoover, Mast, and Varner were related to
members of the Fouts families by marriage.  Andrew Hoover was married to
Margaret Fouts, sister of Michael Fouts.  John Mast had married a Harmon,
but his sons and daughters were married to Fouts and Hoovers.  Adam Varner
was a brother-in-law of Michael Fouts.  These related families apparently
moved to the Uwharrie River from the Pipe Creek area of Maryland a year
earlier in 1762.

The circumstances of Jacob Schwartz are largely unknown, and that is the
main reason for this message.  Various Fouts compilers say that Jacob
Schwartz was "a neighbor to Andrew Hoover in Maryland who sold out in
Maryland on the same day that Hoover did."  Andrew Hoover sold his two
tracts, "Mirey Springs" on Little Pipe Creek, and "Addition to Mirey
Springs" near Big Pipe Creek, to Stephen Bowers on May 26, 1762.  If Jacob
Schwartz sold out on the same day, one can speculate that he may have been
related to Andrew Hoover by marriage.  If he did not marry a Hoover, perhaps
he married a Fouts (since so many Brethren seemed to be related to that
family).

Jacob Schwartz was known as Jacob Black in North Carolina.  I think he was
the Jacob Schwartz who was born in Webenheim in 1718, emigrated on the Ship
Virtuous Grace in 1737, and was baptized by Michael Frantz at Conestoga in
1739.  I think he was probably the Jacob Schwartz who warranted land in
Warwick Township, Lancaster County, in 1752, but never got around to having
it surveyed.  Almost nothing is known about his family except that he had a
son Frederick Black, who married a Fouts daughter of Uwharrie and who moved
with the next generation of families Fouts, Younce, Burkett, and Shearer to
the New River headwaters in Wilkes/Ashe.  Frederick Black, along with Ulrich
Kessler, was a leader of the early Ashe County (New River) Brethren.

If anyone has any knowledge or ideas about Jacob Schwartz/Black, please
share them.

Dwayne Wrightsman         
=== 
FOUTS, David (I2276)
 
27
Roger Sappington in his BRETHREN IN THE CAROLINAS, p. 11, names the
following nine German families as very likely Brethren who settled on the
waters of the Uwharrie River in 1763-1764:

Jacob Stutzman
David Fouts
Jacob Fouts
John Fouts
Michael Fouts,
Andrew Hoover,
John Mast
Adam Varner
Jacob Schwartz

All of these men bought land from Henry Eustace McCullouch.  Except for
Jacob Stutzman, who purchased his land on September 1, 1764, all of the rest
bought their land a year earlier on the same day:  February 17, 1763.

This was not a coincidence.  Hoover, Mast, and Varner were related to
members of the Fouts families by marriage.  Andrew Hoover was married to
Margaret Fouts, sister of Michael Fouts.  John Mast had married a Harmon,
but his sons and daughters were married to Fouts and Hoovers.  Adam Varner
was a brother-in-law of Michael Fouts.  These related families apparently
moved to the Uwharrie River from the Pipe Creek area of Maryland a year
earlier in 1762.

The circumstances of Jacob Schwartz are largely unknown, and that is the
main reason for this message.  Various Fouts compilers say that Jacob
Schwartz was "a neighbor to Andrew Hoover in Maryland who sold out in
Maryland on the same day that Hoover did."  Andrew Hoover sold his two
tracts, "Mirey Springs" on Little Pipe Creek, and "Addition to Mirey
Springs" near Big Pipe Creek, to Stephen Bowers on May 26, 1762.  If Jacob
Schwartz sold out on the same day, one can speculate that he may have been
related to Andrew Hoover by marriage.  If he did not marry a Hoover, perhaps
he married a Fouts (since so many Brethren seemed to be related to that
family).

Jacob Schwartz was known as Jacob Black in North Carolina.  I think he was
the Jacob Schwartz who was born in Webenheim in 1718, emigrated on the Ship
Virtuous Grace in 1737, and was baptized by Michael Frantz at Conestoga in
1739.  I think he was probably the Jacob Schwartz who warranted land in
Warwick Township, Lancaster County, in 1752, but never got around to having
it surveyed.  Almost nothing is known about his family except that he had a
son Frederick Black, who married a Fouts daughter of Uwharrie and who moved
with the next generation of families Fouts, Younce, Burkett, and Shearer to
the New River headwaters in Wilkes/Ashe.  Frederick Black, along with Ulrich
Kessler, was a leader of the early Ashe County (New River) Brethren.

If anyone has any knowledge or ideas about Jacob Schwartz/Black, please
share them.

Dwayne Wrightsman         
=== 
FOUTS, Michael (I4803)
 
28
SNOWDEN, at Dalziel the 17 June 1919. It is hereby Certified that John Wight, 24, Procter, Batchelor residing at 5 Union Street in this Parish and Edith Snowden, 22, Spinster, residing at 53 Parkhead Street in the Parish of South Dalziel have been duly Proclaimed in Order to Marriage in the Parish Church of Dalziel and that no objections have been offered. Robert C Enystal? Sessions Clerk. Certificate of Marriage - At Motherwell the eighteenth Day of July Nineteen Hundred and nineteen the above parties were this day married by john E. McIntyre Minister. (Source Banns & Marriage Certificate provided by Ian MacMillan) 
Family F19
 
29
Source: Dabell through Ancestry.com. 26 May 2007.
Verify. 
MORROW, W.g. (I1867)
 
30
Susie Peplinski Locklin
9:23am Feb 25
Thank you Ron. It has been such a loss for all of us, and I know that includes you and your family. I am still having an awful time. I feel like a widow and I cry a lot. I miss him, he was so young.

They did not do an autopsy, but it seems they are pretty sure it was a heart attack. He didn't have high blood pressure but did have high cholesterol. He was past due for a doctor appointment.

Again I am so happy he spent time with you. It gave him a sense of belonging if that makes any sense.

Sincerely,

Susie Locklin

===
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VONDERHAAR, Mark (I6918)
 
31 !BIRTH: Nauvoo Ward Records, 1841-1845, FHL #581,219.
Death Cert. (certified copy) (date: "unknown"; place: New York).
[Endowment House Records, FHL #______, Book F, p. 352, #4,661 (date &place).]
Salt Lake Temple Sealings, FHL #1,239,616, Book M, p. 592, #22,501(date: 11
Apr 1833; place).
Farmington Ward Records, FHL #025,942, p. 64 (date & place).

!MARR: [Gilbert Belnap Family Records.]

!DEATH: Death Cert. (certified copy) (Said to be "about 80.")
Salt Lake Temple Sealings, FHL #1,239,616, Book M, p. 592, #22,501(date only:
11 Apr 1911).
Died 3:24 a.m. of strangulated hernia.

!BUR: Death Cert. (certified copy) (place; date is illegible--date isfrom
Ancestral File ).

!BAPT: Nauvoo Ward Records, 1841-1845, FHL #581,219.
Nauvoo Baptism Records.
Farmington Ward Records, FHL #025,942, p. 64 (rebaptized 27 Jan 1851by John
Bair; confirmed 28 Jan 1851 by John Bair & S. McBride).
Rebaptized (by proxy): 24 Oct 1967.
[Endowment House Records, FHL #______, Book F, p. 352, #4,661 (date:1841).]
Alternate date: 4 Sep 1844.
May have been rebaptized in the Jordan River on the morning of hismarriage.

!END: [Endowment House Records, FHL #______, Book F, p. 352, #4,661.]

!SS: [Endowment House Records, FHL #______, Book F, p. 352, #4,661.]

!SP: Salt Lake Temple Sealings, FHL #1,239,616, Book M, p. 592, #22,501.

!Alternate spelling of middle name: "Vincent."
Resided in Circleville, Piute, Utah. 
KNIGHT, James Vinson (I1876)
 
32 " Settled in Richmond, Indiana and resided where William Baxter now resides" CHARLES, John (I7909)
 
33 "EAST STONEHOUSE, commonly called Stonehouse, is a populous township and parish, forming the centre of the "three towns," lying between Devonport and Plymouth, and separated from the former by Sutton Pool and Stonehouse Creek and Lake; and from the latter by Mill Bay, and a boundary line running behind the Gas Works, across the middle of Union street, and up Twickenham place, Manor street, and Eldad road, to Mill pool, - a little east of Mill Bridge, opposite Stoke. . . . It was anciently called Hepeston or Hippeston, and in the reign of Henry III. had but one house, which was the seat of Joel de Stonehouse, then lord of the manor. Before this time, it obtained the name of East Stonehouse, in contradistinction to the hamlet of West Stonehouse, which stood on the opposite shore of the harbour, near Cremill, and Mount Edgcumbe, until burnt by the French, some centuries ago. . . . Its number of inhabitants amounted in 1801, to 3407 . . . East Stonehouse was formerly a chapelry, in the parish of St. Andrew's, Plymouth, but was constituted a separate parish by act of Parliament. ST. GEORGE'S, the parish church, was built by subscription in 1789, on the site of the ancient chapel. It is a plain stone fabric, with a disproportioned tower, but the interior is neatly fitted up, and has about 700 sittings. The living is a perpetual curacy, valued at £197 per annum, in the patronage of the Vicar of St. Andrew's, Plymouth, and incumbency of the Rev W.H. Nantes, B.A. . . ." [From White's Devonshire Directory (1850)]
=== 
MARSHALL, William S (I12516)
 
34 "England and Wales Census, 1841," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MQ1B-7RL : accessed 26 Oct 2013), Joshua Kime, 1841.
=== 
KIME, Joshua (I12960)
 
35 "England and Wales Census, 1841," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MQ1B-7RL : accessed 26 Oct 2013), Joshua Kime, 1841. KIME, Joshua (I12960)
 
36 "England and Wales Census, 1881," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X3YG-1CM : accessed 21 Apr 2013), James Snowden in entry for William S Snowden, 1881. SNOWDEN, James Harrison (I12677)
 
37 "England and Wales Census, 1881," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X3YG-1H1 : accessed 21 Apr 2013), Emma A Snowden in entry for William S Snowden, 1881.-- HARRISON, Emma Alice (I12676)
 
38 "England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NV58-JJN : accessed 12 Jul 2013), Christopher Hutton and Elizabeth Day, 21 Jan 1626. Family F8434
 
39 "England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NV58-KPT : accessed 12 Jul 2013), Joseph Hutton and Mary Wells, 12 Apr 1737. Family F6209
 
40 "Ireland Pocahontas?? HULL, Catherine (I9292)
 
41 "Isaac Patten was born 15 Nov 1787 in Matyland. When the British were defeated by George Rogers Clark and his elite band of brave men, this opened up for settlement the States of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois Isaac's mom and dad were Thomas Patten and Mary Hearn. This family moved westward to Butler County, Ohio in 1790, when Isaac was only three years old. He ust have been quite impressed as they traveled the muddy roads and trails of that period. Two years later, in Butler County, Ohio, his sister Nancy was born, followed by four more, John, Polly, Rachel and Elizabeth."

Isaac was 27 when his parents purchased a 100-acre tract of land in Franklin County, Indiana (now Fayette County). Just five miles up the road and across the county line into Union County, Indiana lived the William Norris/Martha Spence family. They had a daughter named Jane Norris. She was born 8 June 1791 in Laurens County, South Carolina. The Norris family had been there in Union County since 1804. Isaac and Jane soon became acquainted, began dating, and on 2 Nov 1815 were married. Isaac and Jane's first child, Miles Norris Patten, was born 10 Feb 1817, in the Jennings Township, Franklin County, Indiana. The rest of their nine children were born in Fairbanks, Sullivan County, Indiana. Eventually through the years, Isaac and Jane were blessed with 60 grandchildren."

"Jane Norris died shortly before 18 September 1847 in Fairbanks. We don't know exactly when Isaac died, but he was still alive on 22 April 1868." 
PATTON, Isaac Sr. (I621)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8838)
 
43 "Nadine Holder"  KEY, Lettice (I587)
 
44 "On March 26, 1748, Richard Patten, shipwright of Charles Town, Cecil County, Maryland, and Rebeckah Key, his wife, for 60 pounds, sold to John Kirkpatrick "all my houses, buildings, plantations, improvements and leases near Charles Town on North East River, the same place whereon we dwell, with all and singular of our household furniture, beds, bedding, tables, chairs, putter and potts,. All of our goods, chattels and moveables whatsoeer, together with our horses and cows with all and every of our goods."
===

"A 40-ton schooner named "Charles Town" was built in Cecil County in 1749. The owners were John Seegar, Henry Baker, and Richard Patten."
===

"On 12 July 1753, Richard Patten reported a run-away Irish apprentice lad named John Reynolds, a ship carpenter by trade about age 20. He was thought to have gone off with four Scotch servants in a conoe belonging to James Baxter."
===

"BILL OF SALE. Richard Patten of Cecil County, Maryland, shipwright, on 29 APRIL 1755, sold James Baxter one good feather bed, calico curtains, rug, blanket, sheets, boulster and pillow, one chest drawers, one large walnut oval table, six leather chairs and one lare looking glass."
===

Chester Co, PA Tax List for Lower Chichester. Richard PATTON 1734, 1735, 1737. 1740 6th of 6th mo: Richard Pattin of Chichester, and Rebecca Key, dau of Moses and Elizabeth Key of Aston m. at Concord. 6, 2m, 1741 Application was made to this meeting upon the account of Richard PATTIN & his wife in order --- to be Joyned to Newark MM. St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD 31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN. 12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 4:499, [1723-1751] WK-945-46, Md. A. 26 Mar 1748 Richard PATTON & Rebecca his wife Shipwright of Charles Town Cecil County PEL Oct. 1971, p.29 from Charles E. Yearsley, 162 Ardmore Ave., Runnemede, NJ 08078. Richard PATTON m in 1740 Rebecca KEY dau of Moses KEY and Elizabeth YEARSLEY m 1701 who also came from Middlewich in 1700. John & Elizabeth (---) YEARSLEY came from Middlewich, Chester [Cheshire] Co., Eng in 1700 and settled in Thornbury Twp Chester Co PA. Dau Hannah Yearsley b 3 Mar 1693 in Middlewich, Eng. m. 13 Jan 1717 at Concord Mtg Peter HATTON. Cope, Gilbert. Genealogy of the Sharpless Family, (1882), p.138. [R929.2 Sh23C] Moses Key, of Middlewich, in Cheshire, Eng., brought a certificate from Friends of the meeting there, dated 8 mo. 20, 1700. He settled in Nether Providence, but was married 12 mo. 18, 1701, at Concord Mtg., to Elizabeth YEARSLEY, and removed to Aston Township, where he died about 1748. He was an active member of Concord Mtg, and for several years clerk of the Monthly Mtg. His children were Lettice (m. John CHAMBERLIN and Thomas VERNON), William, Mary (m. John SHARPLES), Elizabeth, Moses, Hannah, Hannah 2d, John, Robert, Rebecca and Ann. John SHARPLES3, John2, b. at Ridley 8 mo. 16, 1699; d. in Nether Providence 8 mo. 17, 1769; m. 9 mo. 18, 1725, at Concord Mtg., to Mary KEY of Aston, b. 3 mo. 8, 1707; d. 10 mo. 24, 1727; Second m. 4 mo. 6, 1729, at Goshen Mtg., to Elizabeth ASHBRIDGE of Goshen, b. 12 mo. 6, 1708-9; d. 12 mo. 18, 1767. His children were--Hannah b. 11 mo 13, 1726-7. [other ch of 2nd marriage] Brinton Genealogy [R929.2 B7772S] Jacob VERNON son of Randal & Sarah VERNON m. Ann YEARSLEY dau of John & Elizabeth YEARSLEY who in 1701 had settled in Thornbury Twp. The Vernons were old Cheshire family. Randal, Thomas & Robert to Chester PA in 1682. Randal VERNON m. Sarah BRADSHAW 14 Nov. 1670. Newark and Kennett, New Garden and Concord MM, 1667-1861 Chester Co, PA, Register, p. 7 [film #389399] Children of Moses & Elizabeth Key of Concord: Lettice 26, 11m, 1703 Hannah 12, 3m, 1716 d. 13, 10m, 1727 William 6, 7m, 1705 John 6, 1m, 1717 d. 3, 2m, 1745 Mary 8, 3m, 1707 Robert 9, 11m, 1700[?] Elizabeth 11, 7m, 1709 Rebecca 13, 3m, 1722 Moses 23, 7m, 1711 Ann 19, 2m, 1725 Hannah 23, 6m, 1714 Aston Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, C.103 Vol. 2:467 John YEARSLEY. Thornbury. 27 Feb. 1708 - 4 May 1708. To wife not named 1/3 of all Est. Rem in 6 equal parts, 2 to son John & rem 4 to my 4 daus viz Ann VERNON, Eliza. KEY, Hannah and Martha YEARSLEY. To 2 sons in law Jacob VERNON & Moses KEY £5 each. Ex wife Elizabeth. Wit: John WILLIS, Randal R VERNON. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.26 Vol. 2:8. Thomas DUNBABIN, Aston. 11-10-1715 - 11-14-1715/16. ... To Elizabeth wife of Moses KEY & to each of their 5 chil. 20/. Exrs. Robert CARTER & Moses KEY. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.83 Vol. 2:27. John DAVIS, Thornbury, 3 Mar 1719/20 - 18, 1m, 1719/20. ... Exrs. wife Mary & Moses KEY overseer. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, A.271 Vol. 2:79. Elizabeth YEARSLEY, Widow, Concord. 1-11-1728 - Mar 25, 1728. To son in law Peter HATTON #15 & articles named. To son John articles named. Rem of goods & wearing apparel to 4 daus viz. Ann wife of Jacob VERNON, Elizabeth wife of Moses KEY, Hannah wife of Peter HATTON & Martha wife of John PALMER. Rem. of Money to Jacob VERNON. Moses KEY. Son John & John PALMER. To friend Thomas MARSHALL 10/ also Ex. Wit: Peter HATTON, Hannah DUTTON. Gibson, John ed. History of York County Pennsylvania (1886) p. 287. [R974.841 G ] Quaker marriage certificates [meeting?] Moses KEY of Newberry in the County of Lancaster labourer & Susannah MILLS of the same twp. spinster, 23, 3m, 1744 at a publick meeting house in Newberry. [Joseph KEY & Susanna KEY wit to m. of Joseph GARRETSON of Warrington twp. and Mary MILLS of Newberry 25, 7m, 1745.] Chester Co, PA Tax List for Lower Chichester. Richard PATTON 1734, 1735, 1737. James Patton 1734. 1740 6th of 6th mo: Richard Pattin of Chichester, and Rebecca Key, dau of Moses and Elizabeth Key of Aston m. at Concord. 1740 7th of 2nd mo: Richard PATTIN of Chichester meeting - received into membership. 1741 4th of 3rd mo: Richard Pattin and wife - certificate to Newark. Henry C. Peden Jr. and John Pitts Launey, Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2 (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997), p. 9, 89, 90 Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, Men's Minutes, p. 314 [film #20386] 30, 4m, 1740 Richard PATTIN and Rebackh KEY appeared here and proposed their intentions of marriage first time ... John BEZER & Joseph PYLE to inquire ... 4, 6m, 1740 Richard PATTON & Rebeckh KEY appeared and continued their intentions second time ... nothing appears to hinder ... William PETERS & John NEWLIN are to attend marriage ... Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, p. 134 Richard PATTIN of Chichester in the County of Chester ... and Rebeckh KEY Daughter of Moses and Elizabeth KEY of Aston ... 6, 6m, 1740 ... at ye meeting house in Concord ... Signed: Richard PATTEN, Rebeckh PATTEN. Wit: [in family column] Moses KEY, Ann VERNON, Peter HATTON, Hannah HATTON, Thomas VERNON, Lettice VERNON, Elizabeth MORGAN, Martha PALMER, Ann KEY, Elizabeth SHARPLES, John PALMER, Hannah SHARPLIS, Moses PALMER, Isaac YEARSLEY, James HATTON, Elizabeth PALMER, Elizabeth CHAMBERLIN, Susanah CHAMBERLIN. Concord MM, Chester Co, PA, Men's Minutes, p. 319 [film #20386] 6, 2m, 1741 Application was made to this meeting upon the account of Richard PATTIN & his wife in order --- a few lines by way of a certificate to be Joyned to Newark MM. Joseph PYLE & Francis REYNOLDS are to inquire into his conversation and his afare & if nothing to obstruct to prepare one and bring it to the next meeting. 4, 3m, 1741 Those which were appointed concerning Richard PATTIN certificate produced ... which was signed. Newark MM, Chester Co, PA, Abstracts of Monthly Meeting Minutes, p. 15 [film #389399] 7, 5m, 1741 Richard PATTIN produced a certificate from Concord MM for self and wife. Newark and Kennett MM, Chester Co, PA, Abstracts of Women's Meeting Minutes 1698-1791, pp. 138, 157, 163, 169, 209 [film #20993] 1736 Elizabeth HEALD (now KEY) continues under care. 1739 Elizabeth KEY (K Mtg) charged with drinking to excess. 7, 5m, 1741 Rebeckah PATTIN produced a certificate with her husband. 3 7m, 1743 Rebeckah PATTIN (N. Mtg) has fallen into superfluities of speech & apparel, neglects meeting and keeps loose & vain company: Elizth WAY & Elizth FERRIS to send her word that if she do not endeavour to clear herself of reports frds will &c. 1, 5m, 1756 Martha KEY married by a priest. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, B:182 Vol. 2:240. Roger SHELLEY Chichester. yeoman. 4 May 1745. 5 Aug. 1745. ... Wit: Moses KEY, John LARKIN, John RILEY. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, C:33 Vol. 2:295. Moses KEY, Aston. Yeoman. 2nd mo [Apr] 19, 1746 - June 14 1748. To wife Elizabeth All Est. except as devised & after her dec. to son Robert for his maintenance during life. To son William 20/. To son Moses Smith tools & 10/. To daus Lettice VERNON, Elizabeth MORGAN & Rebecca PATTIN 10/ each. To dau Ann KEY Articles of furniture &c. To gr dau Hannah SHARPLESS 5/. Exrs. Wife & son in law Thos. MORGAN. Wit: John BEZER, Jane CUMMINS, Elinor PETTERS. Chester Co., PA Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Vol. 2:23. Elizabeth KEY, wid of Moses KEY of ASTON Twp. 1-15-1758 - Feb 3, 1759. To grdau Rebecca KEY dau of my dau Ann KEY all household goods & £50 at 18, in case she dies before reaching that age leg. to go to grdau Hannah SHARPLESS. Dau Letes grch. by Joseph BAKER & son Moses. To son Moses, Bond I hold against him for £10. To grdau Mary wife of Andrew MCCOY 20/. To grdau Rebecca wife of Richard PATTON 1/. To grson Allen son of Wm KEY 5/. To grgrdau. Lettice dau of Joseph BAKER decd 10/. To son in law John SHARPLESS, Riding Shay. Son in law John SHARPLESS & James LINDSAY Exrs. David JOHNSON, Abraham MARTIN, John LINDSAY wit. St. Mary Ann's Parish Cecil Co., MD [Film 13887] p. 282, 291, 310. 11 Feb 1723 Then was born Samuel PATTEN. [no parents listed] 31 Dec 1747 b. Amelia PATTEN Dau to Richard & Rebecca PATTEN. 12 Oct 1758 b. Thomas PATTON Son of Richard & Rebecca PATTON. Land Patents of Cecil County Maryland, pp. 26, 52, 56, 82. GOLDEN POINT -- 1744; Richard PATTEN; 40A, Unpatented Cert #119 Surveyed ... on the North Side of North East River and known by the name of Garden point being part of his Lordships mannor of North East ... complying with the Conditions of the Lease ... PATTEN'S DESIRE -- 1748; Richard PATTEN; 115A; Unpatented cert #266 Surveyed ... being part of North East Maner and on the South East Side of North East River ... Begining at an old bounded Water oak being the original begining Tree of Said maner and a tract of Lanc Called Round Stone Standing Near the Bank of North East River ... 30 Nov. 1748 Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 7:47, WK-945-46, Md. A. 30 Nov. 1748 Richard PATTEN of Cecil Co. and Benjamin TASKER Esq, Agent & receiver general of the Lord Proprietor. Lease of a tract or parcel of land being part of his lordships manner of North East Beginning at an old bounded water oak being the original big Tree of North East manner [sic], Pattens Desire, during the life of said Richard PATTEN his execetors, administrators and assignees for and during the natural life of Amelia PATTON ... Rebecca PATTON ... and William PATTEN son of James, pay Eleven Shilling each year during their life ... Maryland Historical Magazine, 26 (1931):345, 350. Commission Book, 82. SEEGAR, John, Register for schooner "Charles Town" 40 tons, Edward ROOKE, master, built in Cecil county, 1749, John SEEGAR, Henry BAKER and Richard PATTEN, owners. 21 Jan. 1749/50 (154) SEEGAR, John, Register for schooner "Charles Town" 45 tons, Sweetnam BURN, master, built in Cecil co., 1749, Henry BAKER, John HAMILTON, Edward MITCHELL, Herman HUSBANDS and John SEEGAR, owners. 8 June, 1750 (143) [When City of Charlestown in Cecil Co was formed in 1742, Henry BAKER was one of the commissioners. See Hist. of Cecil Co, p. 265.] The Maryland Gazette, 1727-1761, by Karen Mauer Green, p. 123. 12 July 1753, No. 427, Richard PATTEN reports a runaway Irish apprentice lad named John REYNOLDS, a ship carpenter by trade, about age 20. He is thought to have gone off with four Scotch servants, in a canoe, belonging to James BAXTER. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 4:499, [1723-1751] WK-945-46, Md. A. 26 Mar 1748 Richard PATTON & Rebecca his wife Shipwright of Charles Town Cecil County Maryland to John KIRKPATRICK of said province Town and County aforesaid... for £60 ... sold all my houses buildings plantations improvements lease and leases ... near Charles Town on North East River that same place whereon we do dwell with all and singular of our household furniture, Beds and beding tables and Chairs putter and potts, all our goods Chattels and moveables whatsoever Together with our horses and cows with all and every of our goods ...Signed Richd. PATTEN, Rebecca PATTEN. Wit: Nathan BAKER, George W. CURSON his mark. Received the full £60 26 Mar 1748. Richard PATTEN. George W. CARSON his mark. Recd 22 Apr 1748 by Francis SEE Clk. In the margin of the original foregoing deed, is written as follows to wit: This Deed of Seaill is fully satisfyd. Novbr ye 11th 1748. John KIRKPATRICK. Recorded this second day of August 1751 and Examined per W. Bordby Clk. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 7:360-361, [1748-1753] WK-945-46, Md. A. Indenture witness that I Richard PATTON of Cecil County, Shipwright ... for £15 good and Lawfull Money paid by John LIMPAY [SIMPASS] ... assignment of lease ... 9 Nov 1751 ... Signed by Richd. PATTON and Rabakay PATTEN his wife. Wit: Henry BAKER, Nathan BAKER. Ack. same day before Nathn. BAKER and Nicho HYLAND. Recd of John SIMPASS Fifty pounds current money of Maryland being in full the Consideration for the Purchass of the Within Leased Premises. NB the above was indorsed on the Back of a writing recorded in pagees 47[?] of this book. Recd 28 Jan 1751 by M. BORDLEY Clk. Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 36:123. John JONES his Administration Bond in Common Form by Nathan BAKER his Administrator with Henry BAKER and Richard PATTEN of Cecil County his Sureties in the Sum of Fifty Pounds Sterling dated the 16th day of January 1755. [Will of John JONES Cecil Co. 1749, vol. 27:123] Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 36:123. Philip CAZIER his Administration Bond in Common Form by Henry BAKER his Administrator with Nathan BAKER and Richard PATTON of Cecil County his Sureties in the Sum of one Hundred Pounds Sterling dated the 16th January 1754 [sic] [all other dates on this page are Jan. 1755] Top of page dated 7 March 1755. Cecil Co, MD Land Records, 8:274-275, WK-945-46, Md. A. Bill of Sale Condl. Richard PATTEN of Cecil County Shipwright for £12 paid by James BAXTER ... sold One good Feather Bed, Callico Curtanis, Rug, Blanket, Sheets, Boulster and Pillow, One Chest Drawers, lone large Walnut Oval Table, half a Dozen leather Charis, one large looking Glass ...shall pay the said James BAXTER his certain Attorney Executors Admors. & Assigns the full Sum of £12 on or before the day of with lawful Interest thereof form the day of the date hereof to the day of Payment then this present Deed of Sale and every Claruse and Article thereof shall be void ...29 April 1755. Signed Richd. PATTEN. Wit: Nathn. BAKER, Ann her mark SMITH. 29 Apr 1755 ack bef Nathn BAKER. Recorded 5 May 1755. Perogative Court (Testimentary Proceedings), 38:230. Cecil County Returns. Richard PATTIN his Administration Bond in Common form by Henry BAKER his Administrator with Thomas BAKER and Samuel KARR Sureties in the sum of two hundred pounds Sterlg. Dated 6 July 1761. 
PATTON, Richard (I617)
 
45 "Resides at Dublin." BELL, Josiah (I7915)
 
46 "Resides in Green County (Indiana)." CHARLES, Daniel (I7913)
 
47 "Settled in Richmond, Indiana in 1812--about a mile east of Richmond, where he died in 1812." CHARLES, Samuel (I7906)
 
48 "Thomas Patten was born 22 Dec 1822 in Fairbanks, Sullivan County, Indiana. He grew up on the family farm about one half mile south of Fairbanks, Indiana. The property is described as the NE 1/4 of Section 21, Township 9 Range 10 West, consisting of 160 acres. The Justus Clark/Sally Read family lived three miles to the south of them. They had a daughter named Mary. Justus and Sally both declared New York as their place of birth."

"Tom Patten and Mary Clark were married 20 Dec 1845. Thay had six children between the years 1847 and 1862 while living in Fairbanks, Indiana.. We don't know when they moved to Illinois, but some time between 1862 and 1880, the family packed up and moved to Assumption, Christian County, Illinois. No deeds have turned up indicating a land purhase in Christian County. Tom was a boot maker by trade, so chances are he sold boots and maybe did a little farming on the side."

Tom died 20 November 1886 in Assumption, Illinois, and is buried at the Assumption Cemetery. The funeral home in charge of the cemetery could not confirm this In about 1975, I visited with Maud Patten, one of Mother's cousins, and she stated that Tom and Mary were definitely buried there. Mary Clark Patten died 21 February 1899."
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PATTON, Thomas (I1615)
 
49 # Event: Lives in Warwick Township with husband and five children. Elmira is not with them. 1870 Census
# Event: Lives in Annville Township, Lebanon County with family. 1840 Census
# Event: Lives in Warwick Township with husband and 7 children. She is pregnant with their 11th and final child. The 3 oldest c 1880 Census
# Event: Lives in Elizabeth Township with mother, two sisters, and a brother. 1850 Census
# Event: Lives in Warwick Township with husband and two daughters near the Meese brothers and sisters. 1860 Census 
KREIDER, Sarah Elizabeth (I7422)
 
50 #013213 Anne Arundel County Maryland Deedbook RB#2:166-168 This Indenture made this 27 Sept. 1745 Between James PATTEN of Ann. County in the province of Maryland Shipwright of the one part and Nicholas MACCUBBIN of the County and province afsd. Merchant of the Other witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the sum of 25 pounds Current Money of the province afsd. to him the said James PATTEN in hand paid at and Before the Ensealing & delivery of these presents the Receipt he doth hereby Acknowledge and himself to Be fully satisfied and paid hath Given Granted Bargained Sold Alliened Efeoffed and Confirm unto him the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN his heirs & assigns forever all that Tract or parcell of land Called PATTENs Choice Lying in the County afsd on the south Side of South River originally on the fifth day of Novr 1728 Granted to a Certain Jno. MOSES and the said Willm. PATTEN for 150 acres Beginning at a Bounded Mulberry post Standing at the head of Flatt Creek and Running thence South ... Containing and now laid out for 150 acres of Land more or less also one Tract or parcel of Land called Conclusion Lying in the County afsd. on the South side South River and the South East side of Flatt Creek Originally Granted on the 26 day of Sept. 1665 to a Certain Richard FOSTER of the County afsd. Beginning at a Bound Tree of Richd. CHENEY's Land Running for Breadth on the head Line of [ ] Land formerly Laid out for John WHEELER of the afsd. County ... containing 50 acres more or less reference being thereunto had may more fully and at large appear together with all houses Buildings fencings Orchards on all and every other the premises and Appertenances unto the same Belonging or in anyways appertaining to have & to hold the afsd. Three Tracts of Land with all and Singular the premises and appertainances unto the same belonging unto the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN his heirs & Assigns forever to the only Proper use and behooff of him the said Nicholas MACCUBBIN and it is also agreed by and between the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN and the sd. James PATTEN that the sd. Jas. PATTEN and his heirs the sd. Land and premises and every part & parcell thereof hereby Bargained & sold unto the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN his heirs and assigns against him the sd. Jas. PATTEN and his heirs and Assigns from and against all Persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents and the sd. James PATTEN for himself and his heirs doth further Covenant Grant & agree to and with the said Nicholas MACCUBBIN that he the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN his heirs or Assigns shall peaceably & Quietly have hold Occupy Possess and Enjoy the afsd. three tracts of Land and premises without the Trouble Molestation ... Witness whereof the said James PATTEN hath hereunto put his hand and seal the day & year above written Jas. PATTEN (Seal) Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presents of Phillip THOMAS Zacha. HOOD. On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus [?] Vist. Recd. of Nicholas MACCUBBIN 76 pounds Current being the Consideration Money for the within Mentioned Three tracts of Lands Witness my hand this 27th day of September 1745. Jas. PATTEN Memorandum That on the 27th Day of Sept. Anno Domini 1745 came the within named Jas. PATTEN and acknowledged the within Mentioned three Tracts of Land and premises to the Right and Estate of the sd. Nicholas MACCUBBIN and his heirs and Assigns forever Also Sarah Wife of the Said James PATTEN who being Privately Examined out of the Hearing of her sd. Husband Acknowledged her Right of Dower to the said Lands to be the right and Estate of the said Nicholas MACCUBBIN his heirs and Assigns for Ever and that the Same of her own free Will and Voluntary consent without being Compelled thereto by any threats from her said husband or for fear of his Displeasure Taken and acknowledged Before Phillip THOMAS. PATTON, James (I578)
 

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