Asa Holt1

M, b. July 1890
FatherJacob Holt1 b. 1855
MotherBarbara E. Jones1 b. 1858
     Asa Holt was born in July 1890 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Jacob Holt and Barbara E. Jones.1 In the census of 29 April 1910 in McCameron Township, Martin County, Indiana, he is listed as the son of Jacob Holt. His name appears as Asa Holt. He is nine years old and was born in Indiana, July 1890.2

Citations

  1. [S135] 1900 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, population schedule, McCameron Township, sheet 7B, NARA.
  2. [S679] 1910 U. S. Census, Martin County, Indiana, population schedule, McCameron Township, sheet 9A, NARA.

Joseph Irwin1

M
     Lived to be nearly eighty years of age.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S748] Brant and Fuller, History of Rush County, 1888.

Lucinda Myers1

F, b. 27 July 1810, d. 13 August 1890
FatherMichael Myers1
MotherChristina Pope1
     Both her maternal and paternal grandparents were born in Germany.1

     Lucinda Myers was born on 27 July 1810 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.2,3 She was the daughter of Michael Myers and Christina Pope.1

     Lucinda Myers married George Washington Leisure, son of Nathan Leisure and Sarah Irvin, on 8 October 1829 in Lincoln, Kentucky.1,3 Circa 1830, Lucinda and George moved to Rush County, Indiana.1

     Lucinda Myers died on 13 August 1890 in Rush County, Indiana, at age 80.2,3 She is buried an unknown place .[C]2

Family

George Washington Leisure b. 3 Jun 1809, d. 27 Mar 1896

Citations

  1. [S748] Brant and Fuller, History of Rush County, 1888.
  2. [S706] Hannegan Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana.
  3. [S796] Leisure Family History Blog. Online at http://leisurefamilyhistory.blogspot.com/p/…

Michael Myers1

M
     Michael Myers married Christina Pope.1

Family

Christina Pope
Child

Citations

  1. [S748] Brant and Fuller, History of Rush County, 1888.

Christina Pope1

F
     Christina Pope married Michael Myers.1

Family

Michael Myers
Child

Citations

  1. [S748] Brant and Fuller, History of Rush County, 1888.

Forest Home Cemetery

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2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH
     Forest Home Cemetery: Hicksville, Defiance County, Ohio, Rt. 18 on NW edge of Hicksville Village limits.
Mary Elizabeth Landis--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. Emily Hughes 1830-1945, Mary 1862-1863, Absalom 1826-1865.

Absalom Landis--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. Emily Hughes 1830-1945, Mary 1862-1863, Absalom 1826-1865.
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery

Joseph Alandis Bricker--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Joseph A. Aug 18 - Sept 28 1878. May N. Feb. 14 1876 - Dec 14 1878.
Forest Home Cemetery, Old Section 4, Row 4. Two small stones are for Mary Bricker, 1924 and Henry Bricker 1912. The one in front is for Joseph 1878 and May N. 1878

Nancy May Bricker--.1
Ina M. Bare--.1
I. O. Bricker--; The funeral services took place from the U. B. church, conducted by Reb. C. M. Eberly, assisted by Rev. J. W. Lilly.2,1
Forest Home Cemetery

Susanna Gilbert--.1

John Landis--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 6. Sarah Landis, 1826-1891, 91Y. John Landis, 1824-1898, 74Y. Near Ella Landis (see additional photo.)
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section, Section 5, Row 6. Ella Landis, 1 Dec 1856. 6 Jun 1938.

Sarah Gorden--.1,3
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 6. Sarah Landis, 1826-1891, 91Y. John Landis, 1824-1898, 74Y. Near Ella Landis (see additional photo.)

Martin Bair--.1

Cordelia Bricker--.4

Blanche McCauley--; The funeral was conducted by her pastor, D. F. Helms, assited by Rev. J. W. Lilly, at the residence on N. E. Smith street, Friday Nov. 30th at 1:30pm. The hymns she had chosen "Nearer My God To Thee," and "Asleep in Jesus," were sung.5,1
John Bare--.6,1

Henry Bricker--; The funeral was held in the U. B. Church Friday afternnon at 1 o'clock, Rev. J. F. Miller, of Bucyrus, officiating.7,8
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery

William Bare--.1
William Ray Grier--; The funeral was conducted from the United Brethren church at 10:30am, by Reb. Addison E. Davis, assisted by Revs. Hall and Stockham.9
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Luella E. Gaff--; Funeral services were held from her home and were conducted by Reb. J. F. Miller of Bucyrus, Ohio.10,1
Forest Home Cemetery Louella Gaff Bricker, D. Frank Bricker Feb. 2 1867, Minnie Ridenour Bricker 1871 - 1940

Emily Frances Hughes--.11,1
Forest Home Cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. Emily Hughes 1830-1945, Mary 1862-1863, Absalom 1826-1865.

George Washington Landis--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 1. George W. Landis 1853-1921, Frank 1863-1945, Emily Hughes, Mary, Absolom (see close up photo)

David Bricker--.12
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Robert H. Bricker--.1
Mary Ann Bair--.13,8
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Ella Landis--; Funeral services were conducted from the U. B. church Monday, by her pastor, Rev. J. H. Patterson, assited by Rev. J. W. Lilly.14,1
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Wallace Burton Bricker--.15,1
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

William Henry Bricker--.16,1
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Nola May Klinger--.8

David Franklin Bricker--; Funeral services were conducted in the United Brethren church of Hicksville by the pastor, Rev. C. D. N. Moore. He is buried between his deceased first wife, Luella, and his surviving wife, Minnie.17,18,1
Forest Home Cemetery

Ella Landis--.1

David L. Landis--; He is buried next to his wife Emma, and his daughter, Dena M.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section, Section 4, Row 2. David L. Landis 1857-1914
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section, Seciont 4, Row 2. David L. 1857-1914, Emma 1863-1955, Dena 1888-1954,

Frank Landis--.1
Harold A. Bricker--.8
Emma Warner--.1
Dena M. Landis--; She is buried next to her parents.1
James M. Bricker--.1
Marquerite Steel--.1
Roy L. Bricker--.1

Walter Vance Bricker--.1
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 8. W. Vance Bricker, 2 Apr 1902 - 19 Mar 1977.
Forest Home Cemetery. Old Section. Section 5, Row 8. Bricker 15 Sept 1891 - 18 Jul 1894. Next to the Bricker Stone is Vance Bricker. The three stones in the distance are Louella, D. Frank, and Minnie Bricker. (see additional phtos)

Lena B. Bricker--.
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Kathleen Leone Grier--.
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Robert Kenneth Burris--.
2005 November Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH

Emma France Landis--.
2005 - 9 - Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH - Bill Bricker's house

Edward Frease--.
2005 - 9 - Genealogy visit to Hicksville, OH - Bill Bricker's house

Citations

  1. [S911] Forest Home Cemetery, Defiance County, Ohio.
  2. [S518] I. O. Bricker's Obituary, unknown date.
  3. [S114] Sarah Gordon Landis Obituary, 1898.
  4. [S320] Cordelia Bricker's Obituary, 1902.
  5. [S317] Blanch McCauley Bricker's Obituary, unknown date.
  6. [S330] John Bare Obituary, 1908.
  7. [S326] Henry Bricker's Obituary, 1912.
  8. [S16] St. Jacob's Cemetery, Columbiana County, Ohio.
  9. [S342] Wm Ray Grier Obituary.
  10. [S519] Luella Ethelyn Gaff Bricker's Obituary, 1914.
  11. [S516] Emily Hughes Landis, Ohio, Death Certificate, #14375.
  12. [S169] David Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #18860.
  13. [S178] Mary Ann Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##27602.
  14. [S322] Ella Bricker's Obituary, 1926.
  15. [S181] Wallace Burton Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #43725.
  16. [S182] William Henry Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, #33968.
  17. [S321] D. Frank Bricker's Obituary, 1936.
  18. [S517] D. Frank Bricker, Ohio, Death Certificate, ##31023.

Thomas Scott1

M, d. circa 1825
     Thomas was working as teacher in Ohio and in Michigan..2

     Thomas Scott was born in Ireland.1

     Thomas Scott's second wife was Martha Harrman. They married before 1818 in Ohio.3

     Thomas Scott died circa 1825. He died at the age of 28.1

Family

Martha Harrman b. b 1802, d. 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Otter, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.
  2. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, Page 657.
  3. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.

Martha Harrman1

F, b. before 1802, d. 1875
     Martha Harrman was born before 1802 in Ireland.1

     Martha Harrman married first Thomas Scott before 1818 in Ohio.2

     Martha Harrman's second husband was Harrison Taylor. They married after 1818.2

     Martha Harrman married Isaac Read after 1818.2

     Martha Harrman died in 1875 in Warsaw, Coshocton County, Ohio.3

Family 1

Thomas Scott d. c 1825
Children

Family 2

Isaac Read

Family 3

Harrison Taylor b. a 1800

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Otter, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.
  2. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.
  3. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read was a resident of Warsaw, Coshocton County at the time of her death in 1875.

Oliver Scott1

M, b. circa 1818
FatherThomas Scott1 d. c 1825
MotherMartha Harrman1 b. b 1802, d. 1875
     Oliver Scott was born circa 1818 in Ohio.1 He was the son of Thomas Scott and Martha Harrman.1

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.

Julia Scott1

F, b. circa 1818
FatherThomas Scott1 d. c 1825
MotherMartha Harrman1 b. b 1802, d. 1875
     Julia Scott was born circa 1818 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Scott and Martha Harrman.1

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.

Harrison Taylor1

M, b. after 1800
     Harrison Taylor was born after 1800.1

     Harrison Taylor married Martha Harrman after 1818.1

Family

Martha Harrman b. b 1802, d. 1875

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.

Isaac Read1

M
     Isaac Read married Martha Harrman after 1818.1

Family

Martha Harrman b. b 1802, d. 1875

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657: On the 16th of June, 1870, was solemnized the marriage of George Klotz to Miss Elida Scott, daughter of Thomas and Harriet (Weaver) Scott, the former of whom was born in Carroll County, July 18, 1818, a respresentative o f one of the prominent pioneer families of the country, and the latter of whom was born August 10, 1819. Thomas Scott bore the full patronymic of his father, Thomas Sr., who was born in Scotland and whose wife, Martha (Harrman) Scott was a native of Ireland. Thomas Scott, Sr. was a young man when he came to America and established his home in Ohio, where his marriage was solemnized, and he and his wife soon afterward extablished their home on a pioneer farm in Carroll County, where he died at the untimely age of twenty-eight years, leaving his young widow with three children: Oliver, Thomas Jr., and Julia. Mrs. Scott later became the wife of Harrison Taylor and of this union were born four children. After the death of her second husband she became the wife of Isaac Read. Mrs. Read .... died in 1875.

Mary Harah1

F
     Mary Harah married Thomas Scott, son of Thomas Scott and Martha Harrman.1

Family

Thomas Scott b. 18 Jul 1818, d. 1894
Children

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657.

Edwin Scott1

M, b. after 1863
FatherThomas Scott1 b. 18 Jul 1818, d. 1894
MotherMary Harah1
     Edwin Scott was born after 1863.1 He was the son of Thomas Scott and Mary Harah.1

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657.

John Scott1

M, b. after 1863
FatherThomas Scott1 b. 18 Jul 1818, d. 1894
MotherMary Harah1
     John Scott was born after 1863.1 He was the son of Thomas Scott and Mary Harah.1

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657.

Nicholas Weaver1

M, b. before 1800
     Nicholas Weaver was born before 1800.1

     Nicholas Weaver married Elizabeth Kees before 1818 in Pennsylvania.1

Family

Elizabeth Kees b. b 1802
Child

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657.

Elizabeth Kees1

F, b. before 1802
     Elizabeth Kees was born before 1802.1

     Elizabeth Kees married Nicholas Weaver before 1818 in Pennsylvania.1

Family

Nicholas Weaver b. b 1800
Child

Citations

  1. [S751] Scott Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1998 through 2001. Carroll and Harrison Counties, page 657.

Charles Lesley1

M

Citations

  1. [S754] Scott Researcher, e-mail to e-mail address, 26 May 2000. Source given as Washington County deed books (1Y:337-8) from Ann Lesley et. al to Charles Lesley dated 5 Apr. 1814.

Elizabeth Hawkins1

F
     Elizabeth Hawkins married David Carter, son of David Carter and Mary Pauline Garrigues.1

Family

David Carter b. 15 Jul 1790, d. 15 Nov 1816
Children

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Samuel D. Carter1

M, b. 29 October 1812
FatherDavid Carter1 b. 15 Jul 1790, d. 15 Nov 1816
MotherElizabeth Hawkins1
     Samuel D. Carter was born on 29 October 1812.1 He was the son of David Carter and Elizabeth Hawkins.1

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Abram Carter1

M, b. circa 1813
FatherDavid Carter1 b. 15 Jul 1790, d. 15 Nov 1816
MotherElizabeth Hawkins1
     Abram Carter was born circa 1813.1 He was the son of David Carter and Elizabeth Hawkins.1

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Tryphena Dayton

F
     Tryphena Dayton married Jacob Carter, son of David Carter and Mary Pauline Garrigues, on 29 October 1790 in Manorville, Suffolk County, New York. In the an unknown date census in Suffolk County, New York, Tryphena Dayton is assumed to be enumerated with Jacob Carter.1

Family

Jacob Carter b. 16 Apr 1769, d. 30 Oct 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S437] 1790 U. S. Census, Suffolk County, New York population schedule, Brook Haven, Page 161, handwritten 102, NARA.

Presbyterian Church Cemetery

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     Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Manorville, Suffolk County, New York.
Jacob Carter--; He is buried in the same cemetery as his father and brother, Ichabod Carter.1

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Lizzie Carter

F
FatherJacob Carter b. 16 Apr 1769, d. 30 Oct 1851
MotherTryphena Dayton
     Lizzie Carter was born. She was the daughter of Jacob Carter and Tryphena Dayton.

David Carter

M
FatherJacob Carter b. 16 Apr 1769, d. 30 Oct 1851
MotherTryphena Dayton
     David Carter was born. He was the son of Jacob Carter and Tryphena Dayton.

Isaac Carter

M
FatherJacob Carter b. 16 Apr 1769, d. 30 Oct 1851
MotherTryphena Dayton
     Isaac Carter was born. He was the son of Jacob Carter and Tryphena Dayton.

Jacob Carter

M
FatherJacob Carter b. 16 Apr 1769, d. 30 Oct 1851
MotherTryphena Dayton
     Jacob Carter was born. He was the son of Jacob Carter and Tryphena Dayton.

Abigail McCalvey

F, b. 1770, d. 20 August 1848
     Abigail McCalvey was born in 1770.1

     Abigail McCalvey married Ichabod Carter, son of David Carter and Mary Pauline Garrigues, circa 1793.1 In the 1800 census in Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, Abigail McCalvey is assumed to be enumerated with Ichabod Carter.2

     Abigail McCalvey died on 20 August 1848 in Manorville, Suffolk County, New York.1

Family

Ichabod Carter b. 3 Feb 1769, d. 14 Oct 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S745] Flora Newby (e-mail address), Carter and Hall NJ in "Rootsweb: Carter and Hall," listserve message 5 August 2001, ix. David Carter, b. Elizabethtown or Morris Co., NJ, 2 Nov. 1745; d. 2 Jan. 1812 (AFN: 2JSC-S9). He m. (1) Mary Garagus. She was b. 1745; d. 1812. The Compendium (Vol. V. p. 253) indicates that he was a pvt. and corpl. in the Morris Co., NJ Militia during the Amer. Rev. They had a child who d. 28 Oct. 1783. They had a son Ichabod, b. 1767 or 3 Feb 1769,; d. 1851 who m. (1) Abigail MacCalvy, b. 1770; d. 1848. They had a son Silas, b. 1800; d. 1868 who m. (1) Judith Ann Laws, b. 1897; d. 1887. Silas had a dau. Sarah Ann b. 1842; d. 1875. IGI sub. for son Jacob, b. NY, ca. 1776.
  2. [S438] 1800 U. S. Census , Suffolk County, New York,, Page M32_27, NARA.

Mary Carter

F, b. 1 November 1794
FatherIchabod Carter b. 3 Feb 1769, d. 14 Oct 1851
MotherAbigail McCalvey b. 1770, d. 20 Aug 1848
     Mary Carter was born on 1 November 1794 in Manorville, Suffolk County, New York. She was the daughter of Ichabod Carter and Abigail McCalvey. In the 1800 census in Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, Mary Carter is assumed to be enumerated with Ichabod Carter.1

Citations

  1. [S438] 1800 U. S. Census , Suffolk County, New York,, Page M32_27, NARA.

Belinda Carter

F, b. 17 February 1803
FatherIchabod Carter b. 3 Feb 1769, d. 14 Oct 1851
MotherAbigail McCalvey b. 1770, d. 20 Aug 1848
     Belinda Carter was born on 17 February 1803. She was the daughter of Ichabod Carter and Abigail McCalvey.