PICKAWAY CO, OHIO

(made in 1810 from land in ROSS/FAIRFIELD/FRANKLIN, HOCKING CO, OHIO)
lays next to Other neighboring counties are Fayette and Madison.

Originally a part of Franklin Co., Scioto Township's borders changed often with the organization of Jackson Twp., Muhlenberg Twp. and Darby Twp. It is presently bordered by Franklin Co. on the north, the Scioto River on the east, Muhlenberg and Jackson townships on the south and Muhlenberg township and Darby Creek on the west.

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It is not definitely known just when Deer Creek township was organized, except that it was before the formation of Pickaway County, when the territory was still included in Ross County. The earliest record of an election now extant, which was held on the first Monday in April, 1816, furnishes us the names of the officers chosen, which are as follows : Trustees -- Thomas Williams, John Teverbaugh and John Timmons ; clerk, David Yates; treasurer, James Burbridge; overseers of the poor--Simon and Jesse Hornbeck; fence viewers--John Mottester and David Grabill; lister, John Rust; constables--William G. Cantrill and Andrew Motter; supervisors--Benjamin Freeman, Charles Hays, William B. Bailey, Jesse Fitzgerald, Christopher Cardiff and Moses Colvin.

EARLY SETTLERS.

The first settlers established their homes here about 1800; some of them came in the preceding year. One of the first settlers in the township was Edward Rector, from Virginia, who at the age of 13 years came here with his widowed mother and four other children younger than he. The family moved to the Northwest Territory in 1798 and the following year moved upon a farm near the mouth of Deer Creek. The descendants of the early pioneers of this family are numerous in this township and are prominently identified with all its interests.

Michael Alkire, who was a Virginian by birth, came to Ohio from Kentucky about 1798 and for two years lived upon the Pickaway Plains not far from the Logan Elm: In 1800 he purchased a farm in Deer Creek town-ship now occupied by his heirs. George Ater came to Ohio from Virginia in 1799, and settled in Deer Creek township.

From the establishment of Deer Creek Circuit, in 1808, to the formation of Williamsport Circuit in 1866, the following pastors served in their work here: Revs. Benjamin Lakin, John Crain, John Collins, Wood Lloyd, Francis Travis, Ralph Lotspeich, J. Harris, R. Cloud, Charles Waddle, Samuel Parks, Alexander Cummins, H. B. Bascom, Isaac Quinn, Ledosa Baker, Walter Griffith, Isaac Pavly, Samuel Glaze, Shadrach Ruark, R. W. Finley, William Swayze, John Brown, William Stephens, Andrew McClain, I. C. Hunter, William Simmons, Zach Connell, J. F. Wells, James Collard, Nathan Walker, Jacob Delay, W. Young, John Stewart, John Ferrell, A. Sellers,



TOM'S PAGE

MARIE'S PAGE


Jonathan Heath
Born: 1728
[city], Somerset, MD, USA
Died: 1803
[city], Hampshire, WV, USA
and
Rachel
Born: 1730
dau =
Mary Heath
Born: 1753
[city], Hampshire, WV, USA
Died: 15 Sep 1834
[city], Pickaway, OH, USA

married
John Renick
Born: 10 Oct 1750 in [city], Hampshire, WV, USA
Died: 13 Jan 1814 in Jackson, Pickaway, OH, USA Edit
Marriage: 1771 in [city], Hampshire, WV, USA
Burial Foot of Indian Mound, Jackson, Pickaway County, Ohio

=

Name:  John Renick
Birth:  1 Oct 1750 - VA (Virginia)
Death:  12 Jan 1814 - Pickaway, OH (Ohio)
Marriage:  1771/72
Parents:  George Renick, Margaret Lnu
Spouse:  Mary Heath

 

ame:  John Renick
Birth:  10 Oct 1750 - Frederick County (Frederick), Virginia
Death:  13 Jan 1814 - Circleville, Pickaway County (Pickaway), Ohio
Marriage:  1772
Parents:  William Renick, Ann Hamilton
Spouse:  Mary Heath

William Renick Birth Jun 1714 in Ireland Death 1805 in Hampshire County, West Virginia (Was VA)
Ann Hamilton Birth 1716 in Augusta County, Virginia Death 1806 in Hampshire County, West Virginia (Was VA)


Mary Heath Birth 29 Mar 1753 in Hampshire County, West Virginia (Was VA) Death 13 Sep 1834 in Circleville, Pickaway County, Ohio
Burial Foot of Indian Mound, Jackson, Pickaway County, Ohio

=

MARRIAGES
Selors, Morrmas Street, Corcas Dec 29, 1820
Sollars, Elizabeth Martin, James Jul 3, 1824
Sollars, James Hurley, Lavina Apr 28, 1817
Sollers, William Bennett, Mary J Sep 22, 1845
Sullars, Ignatius Southward, Catherine Jan 19, 1826

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1820 PICKAWAY CO, OH =

GEORGE, THOMAS AND WM RENICK WERE BROTHERS, land in HARRISON TWN. 1801/1803. THOMAS AND WIFE DIED SHORTLY AFTER ARRIVED. GEORGE DIDN'T SETTLE IN HARRISON TWN.

=

The first schoolhouse in the township was erected out of logs just below John Renick's home in 1807. This was near what the settlers called "Strawberry Prairie." In 1906 Jackson Twp. had eleven school districts with 277 students. By the turn of the century the only hamlet in the township was named Fox and had a population of about 25. The business conducted there consisted of Trimble Brothers store, first run by James Trimble and later his sons; and a blacksmith shop.
JOHN RENICK,from HARDY CO, WF, FATHER OF JONATHON. DIED 1814. FIRST FAMILY HERE.

JONATHON RENICK'S SON SEYMOUR DIED 1805 IN MUHL TWN. FIRST DEATH IN THAT TWN.

=

JONATHAN HEATH =

 

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From HERMAN
             hermfagley@juno.com

1ST fact I knew was that many in Pickaway Co was from the SOUTH
BRANCH,Potomac. Van Meters settled in the S BRANCH abt 1742. I have a
later Pvt HENRY VAN METER,in the same Pickaway company as a JACOB SELLERS
 Capt  Jacob SINN[?] Ensign Richard PRICE. Said Henry Van Meter likely m
a RENNICK,and moved to Champaign Co,Oh.
page 153,I have a  Capt James Rennick's Co-Pvt John Alkire,Absalom
Ward,Ashabel RENNICK-no SELLERS
I see no STREET. I do see a few SOUTHARD.
We have a min of WM ALKIRE,moved nw a few miles into Madison Co
Abraham Ater-1st wife an Alkire
Michael Alkire      in the neighborhood of Ignatius Sellers. There was a
St Ignatius. +


 

1820 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO

DEC 29, 1820 PICKAWAY CO, OH
Morrmas SELERS and Coras STREET by Samuel R. Dawson,JP.

1-19-1826  Ignatius SULLARS married  Catherine SOUTHWARD (dna test of this family proves No relation)



1820 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO CENSUS =

MIKEL SALERS, PAGE 160 Saullcreek = make chart =
JACOB SALLERS, PAGE 161 Saullcreek = make chart =
Bosten CULP, page 160 Saullcreek
Heney CULP, page 161 Saullcreek
Peter CULP, page 160 Saullcreek
Thomas CUNNIGAN, page 175 Harrison twn
Wm STREET, page 178 Jackson twp, not dated, =300010-1211101
SAMUEL HOLLEM = 2 males over 45and female 16/26
MELKIAH STALEY=100011-1001101
Wm Southward, page 177 Jackson twp
Wm Southward, pagae 184, Deercreak twp

SAMUEL DANAH/DANIEL, PAGE 183 DEERCREEK

JONATHAN, MARY and NIEL RENIK, page

JOHN CASH,


1830 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO 



1840 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO 

1850 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO =
Isabella Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1841 Ohio
John H Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1848 Ohio
Mary J Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1812 Ohio
Paul Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1801 Maryland (ck 1860 Madison Co., IN)
Susanna Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1838 Ohio
William Street Monroe, Pickaway, OH abt 1836 Ohio



1860 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO=

THE following WILL of GEORGE ZOLLERS is listed in the PICKAWAY CO, OHIO court minutes, but is NOT listed in my OHIO wills (perhaps has been added on by now)

GEORGE ZOLLERS- Will written 4-26-1859 PICKAWAY CO, OHIO probated 8-22-1859 (#239 on page 66)
 

Wife = CATHERINE

Ch =
SOLOMON
NEAL
DANIEL
MAHALA CRUMINE
SARAH
ALMINA
ERWIN

Also, MOTHERS FARM

EXEC = Sons, SOLOMON and NEAL

WIT = --OSHUA O. BEALL
           DANIEL CRUMINE

There was NO other info in minutes (NOT indexed)

1850 BUTLER CO, OHIO = Solomon and Daniel Sellers/Zellers -

some Crumerine/Sellers marriages in ALLEN CO, OHIO -

Couldn't find this GEORGE ZOLLERS on census, I read!
would like to know age and where born- and also ages of his kids and where born-
IF anyone has info, appreciate posting same-
OR as soon as I read, will post - NOW, will post under PICKAWAY CO, OHIO, until we know which GEORGE/age- marie, iowa


       From:
            Sellersgen@aol.com

The following are listed in an index of a Brethren church newspaper published
in 1839 in Circleville, OH.  There are no Sellers or Sellars

Zeller,  A.
Zeller,  Henry
Zeller,  John
Zellers (Rev.), Andrew
Zellers, John
Zellers, Maria

See the following web address for more information:
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/oh/newspapers/telescope/1839/index/

Frank Sellers



HERMON - You have been on a ROLL in OVerdrive! Thanks.

These ALKIRE Names are ALL in the Hampshire/Frederick Co, VA records.I
have-
We Also have a GEORGE SELLERS here in 1750 and 1766 = Not same Branch of
LAND
but
possibly same as end up in Michael STUMPS area.
ALSO James SELLERS in 1754
AND I believe (from memory) ELIAS SELLERS fort - with Plaque

PICKAWAY Co, OH was ROSS CO before 1810 - land area where they lived would
tell us more - Believe Deer Creek twn is in south Pickaway Co and
Deerfield twn,Ross Co.

WM ALKIRE born  1771 Hampshire Co, VA came thro ky ca 1794 (had son born
there) and to OH ca 1798 and 1800 Deer Creek = Ross Co then, Pickaway Co
now?

Some of these went to Madison/Franklin Co, OH

ATERS/ATORS came from VA to OH (Ignatius SOLLARS dau married a Jacob Ator)
Don't Know if we came thro KY
Don't Know if our Sellers came thro KY
NO kids born in KY OR we went Fast!

BUT, some of the families that lived close here in VA seem to be same as
came to KY and OH.

AND in Hampshire/maybe Frederick Co, Va = MAUNUS ALKIRE on several
records!

WILL continue to research this family , Who Ever Named a Son MONOS SELLERS
in ca 1785 va for a name sake, had to have known this family before Or about
That Time Period.
Thanks HERMAN for a New Lead-

ROBERT SOLLARS - Hermon sent us the Harmonius ALKIRE 1700 SCotland?
PA/VA-1800 ky name as a possiblity for MONOS T. SELLERS name -
And Several to Ross/Pickaway Co, OH and Madison/Franklin Co, OH

You have done a lot of Frederick Co, VA searches - Have You run into an
ALKIRE connected to SELLERS,etc?  ANYWHERE/PLACE?
They are close to us in Frederick/Hampshire, VA - But, See Nothing Else
Close
- Thanks for Checking, marie, iowa
============

hermfagley@juno.com wrote:

> "KY ANSCESTORS" vol 1 no 1 1981
> pages 13-15
> 1810,his heirs selling 21 acres on Huston'S fork of Licking  to RICHARD
> SMART.
> Lt Harmonius Alkire died in 1800. He had at least 1 brother,with heirs.
> I make this land to be Huston's Fork of STONER,or west of Paris,Bourbon
> Co,Ky,and roughly SOUTH OF RUDDLE'S and Martin's Stations,about at
> Hinkson and STONER
> WM ALKIRE-seal
> Harminious Alkire [3] his mark   seal
> John Alkire   seal]
> Susanah  ALKIRE [ his ? mark]
> Elizabeth MITTS[his ? mark]
> Margaret [her mark]Alkire
> Sarah,[her mark] HORNBACK] seal
> Dorothy [her mark]ALKIRE seal
> Michael ALKIRE [SEAL] naghbor in Oh of Ignatius Sellers
> SIMON Hornback,neighbor in Ohio of Ignatius Sellers

> George Alkire SEAL
> ADAM ALKIRE,by WM ALKIRE,HIS ATTORNY IN FACT-WM IN MADISON CO OH UP DEER
> CREEK
> SOL.HORNBACK [SEAL]
> LYDIA her mark Hornback
> Jacob Trumbo seal
> Deborah,her mark TRUMBO
> JAMES DENNEY PICKAWAY CO OH CLERK OF COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
>  9-19-1810 certified that JOHN ALKIRE,sUSANAH ALKIRE;GEORGE ALKIRE;KATY
> ALKIRE;MARGARET ALKIRE;ELIZABETH MITTS;CATY ALKIRE;sARAH
HORNBACK,DOROTHY
> ALKIRE; MICHAEL ALKIRE,AND SIMON HORNBACK signed in his presence.
> 9-19-1810 Susanah Alkire,wife of john alkire agreed  GEORGE HORNBACK JP
> PICKAWAY CO OH
>  BULLETT CO KY SOLOMAN HORNBACK AND WIFE,LYDIA ALKIRE SIGNED
> BATH CO KY JACOB TRUMBO AND WIFE, DEBORAH ALKIRE SIGN
> BOURBON CO KY WM ALKIRE,ATTORNY IN FACT FOR ADAM ALKIRE.   JUNE 3,1811
>
> BULLETT CO KY brings up why many Hampshire-Hardy-Rockingham Co Va men
got
> 1st shot at Ky's best lands,at Harrodsburg,and in Bourbon Co Ky. Capt
> Thomas Bullitt,then living near the springs in BATH cO VA,recruited the
> Sodowski=Sandusky BROTHERS,et al near MOOEFIELD,wv,to be in his 1773-74
> almost 1st KY LAND SURVEYING PARTIES. Harrodsburg,1st settlement in
> Ky,soon had several forts named for HARDY-ROCKINGHAM CO men.  Address me
> at HFAGLEY@aol.com and I will give you a web link to a map of the forts
> near HARRODSBURG,Ky about 1780.



page 52 also had a ROSS Co Oh company with Pickaway Co additions
including in
Capt Alexander Robinson's company, a Corp Samuel Atcheson; Corp Charles
Ater [Alkire ties]
Privaes EDWARD BROWN; Spencer DAYTON [who was SUSANAH DAYTON adj THOMAS
BROWN,s MOOREFIELD,WV,1785. Was she simply a DENTON mis-spelled?;
Asahel Rennick; John Salters [SELLERS?];Abraham 'WARD"; Henry Phebus
[intrmarried with ALKIRES]; Abel Rennick; George Phebus;
Capt Robert Bradshaw's Pickaway Co,Oh co
SGT JOHN MITTS; CORP ADAM MITTS-where on SOUTH BRANCH.Potomac,was MITTS
ROND TOP MT of Jeremiah CURL and Yocum?; Sgt JohnPhebus; Sgt George
Pheobus; Ensgn SIMON HORNBACK; CORP JOHN M ALKIRE et al;
Privates-Abe Cade, David DART;Isaac Hornback; Abel Powell; John Timmons;
Caleb BOGGS; Lazarus Mattox; Samuel Phebus; martin and Wm Baker; JOHN
BLUE;  ET AL
PAGE 54.    [NO SELLERS.but WV-OH neighbors of SEELERS,I think.]
Capt Thomas Rennick Co from w Pickaway CO has "not" the HAMPSHIRE names I
RECOGNIZE-ABE WARD and wm RENICK excepted
Hudson SOUTHARD,JOSEPH WESTFALLJOHN VESTAL,JOHN WARD,PETER BLUE;
THOMAS CUNNINGHAM;JACOB BLUE; JAMES DECKER, JOHN BLUE;THOMAS
BROWN;ABSALOM COLLINS IN CAPT CONRAD FLESHER'S ROSS CO COMPANY; CORP JOHN
NULAND;JOHN MOOTS [MITTS?]

TALLMAN HISTORY =
Descendants of William TALLMAN and Anne LINCOLN
115. Nancy4 HARRISON   [3709] (Susannah3 Tallman, Benjamin2, William1),
born 1823 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham, VA. She married  Joseph EGBERT
[20184], born 1808 in , , Ohio, son of David EGBERT [22152]  and Mary (-
--) [22153]  .

Notes for Nancy HARRISON
        Email letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
Richard has Nancy listed as child #11. Born about Feb 1812. Also married
to Joseph Egbert not William Sellers. Nancy was placed under
guardianship of Abraham Harrison on 30 May 1827 in Pickaway, Ohio. She
and Joseph Egbert appeared on the census of 9 Aug 1850 in Marion
Township Hancock Ohio Joseph, 42 farmer, born Pennsylvania, Nancy 38
born Ohio all children at home. She appeared on the census of 6 Jul 1860
in Marion Hancock, Ohio; 47.

Notes for Joseph EGBERT
        Email letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 at 00:30 EST
Joseph and family found on census 6 Jul 1860 in Marion, Pickaway, Ohio;
53, farmer, born in Ohio. He lived in Dowling, Wood, Ohio.

        Children of Nancy HARRISON and Joseph EGBERT were as follows:
        420     i       Henry5 EGBERT  [22154], born 1831 in , , Ohio.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST. He appeared on
the census of Aug 1850 as 19 living with parents.
        421     ii      Isaac5 EGBERT  [22155], born abt. 1833.   Email letter
from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST. He appeared on the
census of Aug 1850 in Marion, Hancock, Ohio as 17 year of age farmer,
lived with parents. He and Sarah appeared on the census of 6 Jul 1860 in
Marion, Hancock, Ohio 27 Farmer living with parents
        422     iii     Enita J.5 EGBERT  [22157], born abt. 1835.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
        423     iv      Arlitta5 EGBERT  [22158], born abt. 1837.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
        424     v       Mary S.5 EGBERT  [22159], born abt. 1839.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.  She appeared on
the census of 1860 in Marion, Hanncock, Ohio age 20 years old
        425     vi      Sarah M.5 EGBERT  [22160], born abt. 1844.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
        426     vii     John5 EGBERT  [22161], born abt. 1847.   Email letter
from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
        427     viii    Nancy Jane5 EGBERT  [22162], born abt. 1849.   Email
letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.

116. Susannah4 HARRISON   [3710] (Susannah3 Tallman, Benjamin2,
William1), born 7 Nov 1825 in , Pickaway, Ohio; died 16 Jan 1895 in
North English, Iowa, Iowa. She married on 23 Oct 1845 in Hancock, ,
Ohio, George ROLLER  [12860], born 22 Feb 1824 in , Washington, Ohio;
died 16 Aug 1905 in North English, Iowa, Iowa; buried  in North English,
Iowa, Iowa, son of William ROLLER [22197]  and Nancy TETERS [22198]  .

Notes for Susannah HARRISON
        The Greater Tallman Newsletter Winter Issue No. 12 1987 page 5

        She died at North English, Iowa County, Iowa at age 50. They had
nine children

        Email letter from Richard Harrison 29 October 1997 00:30 EST.
Richard has Susannah listed as child #9. She died age 69, but Virgil
Tallman says she died at age 50 in North English, Iowa.
Email from Richard Harrison 28 Oct 1997 at 14:37 EDT.


       Glenda Anderson <vanderson@access-one.com>
     GC-Greene County, Pa Query Forum
URL:      http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Greene/13493
Subject:  GUTHRIE/LEMLEY/EZEKIAL MORRIS
 

Surname: MORRIS, LEMLEY, GUTHRIE, YOHO, SLATER, STOCKDALE, LEONARD, WHITLATCH,
HOGE, FORDYCE, FRY, PECKINPAUGH, STAGGERS, SCOTT, KIGER, KENT, FERGUSON,
SPICER, CHURCH, RINEHART, SELLERS, McGLUMPHREY, LEWIS, WILLETT, BURROUGH,
GOODEN, MOORE, HEADLEE, LOTT, FOX, INGHRAM, SHRIVER, GREENE, LINCOLN, STROSNIDER,
CLEAVENGER, MORGAN, WELLS, AND, OTHERS
-------------------------

I have several Ezekial MORRISes in my database but I think you are meaning
Ezekiel MORRIS who m. Mary O'NEIL ca 1769 in Frederick Co., VA. Ezekiel
d. September 24, 1822, and Mary died November 15, 1836, both in Pickaway
Co., OH. The above Greene Co., PA, names are in this line and I would be
most happy to share information.

Glenda in Abilene, KS



       Alkire,Curle,Sandusky,Higgins,Hornback,1775
   Date:
       Thu, 24 Jan 2002 21:01:41 -0500
  From:
       HERMON B FAGLEY <hermfagley@juno.com>
    To:
       Sandusky-l@rootsweb.com, WVHARDY-L@rootsweb.com,
       KYBOURBON-L@rootsweb.com, popcord@Aol.com,
       swamsley@concentric.net, PSlater113@Aol.com, watalley@kih.net,
       pstark@infi.net, mari@netins.net, buckseibert@prodigy.net,
       sarap@widomaker.com, cmontrose@beol.net, sherrymazzetti1@prodigy.net,
       dickmatt@juno.com, pajunkin@erols.com,

Capt James Parson's company was paid off in 1775. There are
hints they served in Lord Dunmore's War of Sept-Nov,1774 and marched to
Pickaway Co,Ohio.
And they seemed to have enlisted within miles of
Moorefield,WV,where the South
Fork splits from the South Branch,Potomac.  We know from
Sandusky GENEALOGISTS
that Samuel Sandusky claimed Jonathan Sandusky's military
land warrent.
Their brother, James Sandusky,known for his 1786 station n e
Millersburg,Bourbon Co,Ky
was brother-in-law of Wm,of Jeremiah,Curl.   Lt Harmonious
Alkire's will was filed in Bourbon Co,Ky about 1800.
Cearl.

William Wiggins Land processioned in the pressence of Joseph
Cearl & George Williams.

Martha Holand Land processioned in the pressence of Joseph
Cearl & Robert Carr.
Dated March the 8th 1760; Signed Edward Cary & William Hart.
(There are also others listed in this group.)

Ref: History of Grant and Hardy Co., VA (WV), by E. L. Judy,
1951, pg.220/221 -
Rev. War -- Romney and Winchester Pay Rolls - Most officers
and privates listed were not residents of Hampshire Co. at the time of
enlistment and service
-- some
had stopped in the area before crossing the Allegheny
Mountains -- Many were residents of the Valley of VA.

Captain James Parsons dtd. 17 Oct. 1775:

James Parsons, Captain; Hermonous Alkire, Lieutenant;
Richard Bryns,Sergeant;
Charles Myers, Sergeant; Daniel Callihorne, Sergeant;
Richard Tennant,Drummer;
Ralph Naylor, Sergeant; Robert Cunningham, Ensign; James
Brown (Farmer);
James Brown (Weaver); Charles Collings, Thomas Collins, Robert
Crowley, William Curle,
Charles Dayly, Richard Devereaux, Richard Edwards, William
Fisher, Sathell Goff (Salathiel is correct spelling), John Hartman, Henry Hawk,
Peter Hawk, Tobias Hawk, Phillip Haythorn, Peter Higgins, Abram Hornbeck, John
Hubbs, Edward Hughes,
William Humace, Neil McCarron, Francis McGurie, James
McKnight, Michael McKnight,
John McNeill, Peter Miller, Adam Mills, Jacob Mills, John
Monks, Henry Morris, Adam Obryan, Elias Painter, Baldwin Parsons, Thomas Pryce,
William Pryce, Edward Pursley, Jonathan Pursley, Nathaniel Randall, Henry Reger,
John Rice, Joseph Richardson, Henry Roads, James Rodgers, Henry Rule, Jonathan
Sandusky, William Smith, David Stuart, John Stuart, John Stutler, John
Waterhouse, Jacob Watts, James Wilkey.

Father’s name to be used.}

Ref: (Marilyn Coalla) – “Early Records of Hampshire Co., VA
(WV)” by Sage & Jones
– “You said you saw the sale of Jeremiah Curl and wife, Mary
of 87 acres on Cedar Swamp to Henry Hougland and Cornelius Conner dtd. 8/11/1777,
but my copy of the same book gives the name “Morris Thomas” as the buyer – see
pg. 12 of the Sage & Jones book. Then, see pg. 63, you will see where Joseph
Yagar sells that same
piece of land, 87 acres on Cedar Swamp, to Jeremiah EWEL on
8/24/1772 (recorded on 3/9/1773).  EWEL is a misreading of Curl by the people who
did the transcribing for the book.  When I was in the courthouse in Hampshire
County some years ago, I was leafing through the early deed books and found that deed
was to Jeremiah Curl, as plain as day.  At any rate, we know that Jeremiah Curl
and wife Mary first [Mitts Round Top MT was mentioned-4 miles sw of
Moorefield,WV.


BARRETT, BROWN, MARTIN, SOLLARS posted by David L. Beavers ,at Email: dbeavers@postbox.esu.k12.oh.us , on Friday, April 20, 2001


MARTIN, Margaret Jane I am researching the Martin family. Margaret was born 1829 in Pickaway Co. and was possibly the daughter of James (b. 1801 Maryland and d. 1870 in Pickaway Co.) and Elizabeth Sollars Martin. She was first married to a Brown and then maried Emanuel Barrett on March 24, 1862. Any information on the Martin family would be appreciated.

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