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151 Alternate last name - Lang / Long LONG, Maria Catherine (I3349)
 
152 Alternate last name Belts / Beltz
 
BELTS, Margaret (I4038)
 
153 Alternate name Abraham (John) Suter / Suier
 
SUTER, Abraham (I3347)
 
154 Alternate on last name might be Tritchburn
 
FRITCHMAN, Maria (I3338)
 
155 Alternate spelling for last name - BEER BEAR, Elizabeth (I3283)
 
156 Alternate spelling for last name - DEETER DIETER, Hans William (I3282)
 
157 Alternate spelling for last name - DEETER DIETER, Susanna (I3281)
 
158 Alternates on last name - Singhone / Singhorne / Singhose / Singhaus SINGHAUS, John (I3342)
 
159 An accountant and a Spanish War vet, member of the Elks and Masons. MILLIKEN, John M (I1508)
 
160 An amateur artist. She resided at Nottingham [1872] STUBBS, Phebe M (I4366)
 
161 An Elizabeth Mitchell ma. Walter Vanscoyoc, 7 mar. 1858, Hancock
same to Henry Wright 10 oct. 1856 Hancock
Unable to ID her.

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1850 Census - Pleasant Twp, Hancock Co, Ohio

Name Age
Robert Mitchell 46
Miraeon Mitchell 40
Isaac Mitchell 20
Mary Jane Mitchell 19
Sarah Ann Mitchell 15
Allis Mitchell 14
Elisabeth Mitchell 12
Aaron Mitchell 10
Robert Mitchell 5
Miraem Mitchell 5
Rachel Mitchell 3
Benoni Mitchell 1
 
MITCHELL, Elizabeth (I757)
 
162 Ancestors of Branson Satterthwaite

John was educated at Rugby School in Rugby, England. He came to Lynn, Massachusetts sometime around 1639. In 1643, John and his young family moved to Gravesend, Long Island, in what was then New Amsterdam. On September 7, 1646, John was elected Town Clerk, a position he held until 1662. John, and his wife, Mary were among the first Americans to become Quakers.

John was a signatory to a letter to the Governor of New York which explained why the Friends (Quakers) could not help build the fort in New York harbour. The letter was dated October 30, 1672.

Over the years John helped create several new settlements of Quakers. He negotiated the purchase of more Long Island land from the Carnaise Indians, and purchased the Barren Islands off the coast of Long Island from another Indian tribe. He gained a reputation as an Indian interpreter, as well as an effective negotiator. John assisted as an interpreter in the first purchase of Indian land in an area of New Jersey which was later to become Monmouth County. The purchase was finalized on January 25, 1664.

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John Tilton Sr. Lived an active, usefull and honorable life and as one of the pioneer developers of the State of New Jersey. A man of strong conviction and personality, he had fought for the principle of religious freedom, a principle that has become firmly woven into American social fabric. John and his brother Peter immigrated from England and settled in Lynn Massachusetts between the years 1630 and 1640, during the great puritian emigration to this country and during the troublous times of King Charles 1 [1625 - 49]. In England the Tilton Church was founded by our family [1190] . The Digbies who fell at Towton 1461 were called De Tilton and Sir Everard Digby of Tilton and Drystoke, who died in 1509 the last who bears the name Tilton. The early Norman tower of the Tilton Church was built in 1190, the sprie in 1380, the south aisle in 1390 and the elderstory in 1490. John and his wife Mary were fined many times for Quakerism. The Dutch attemted many times to have them ordered out of the province but the Tilton's never left the Colony of Gravesend. While at Gravesend John explored the central part of the State of New Jersey, coming by way of boat, across the Bay and acted as interpreter in purchase of three counties, Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex, from the Indians in 1664 and 65. John Died in 1688 in Gravesend, Long Island N.Y. and Mary died on May 23, 1683 also in gravesend.

In 1636 three brothers, John, William, Peter Tilton came from Leicester County England, to America. The town ship from whence they came was Tilton (On The Hill). The Town was first mentioned In 1050 In the Confessor's Reign. A Coat of Arms found In Portsmouth, N.H. made In 1225 Is Identical to the Noble House of Digby, and Proves Decent.

Residence: Warwickshier England. Town Clerk.
 
TILTON, John (I761)
 
163 Andrew and Deborah had a family of six children. HOPKINS, Deborah (I3236)
 
164 Andrew Mohr Jr. MOHR, Andrew (I4725)
 
165 Ann and Hannah resided near Brick Meeting House. They manufactured carpets [1872] KIRK, Ann (I4780)
 
166 Ann and Hannah resided near Brick Meeting House. They manufactured carpets [1872] KIRK, Hannah (I4782)
 
167 Ann Harris definitely married a Samuel Gatchell on September
6, 1750 in
Marblehead, Massachusetts. Samuel Gatchell, son of Bezaleel Gatchell and
who was baptized April 14, 1714, is selected here as that same Samuel Gatchell
for lack of any other known Samuel Gatchell of age and resident in the
community of Marblehead at that time. This Samuel Gatchell was about 16 years
older than Ann Harris, and although that's a significant age difference, it is not
an unusual age difference for a married couple. Yet perhaps Anne Harris in fact
married a younger, still unknown, Samuel Gatchell 
HARRIS, Anne (I4478)
 
168 Ann Harris definitely married a Samuel Gatchell on September
6, 1750 in
Marblehead, Massachusetts. Samuel Gatchell, son of Bezaleel Gatchell and
who was baptized April 14, 1714, is selected here as that same Samuel Gatchell
for lack of any other known Samuel Gatchell of age and resident in the
community of Marblehead at that time. This Samuel Gatchell was about 16 years
older than Ann Harris, and although that's a significant age difference, it is not
an unusual age difference for a married couple. Yet perhaps Anne Harris in fact
married a younger, still unknown, Samuel Gatchell. 
HARRIS, Ann (I4424)
 
169 Ann Meehan - has Mary Almeda Newman
Where did Wise come from?
 
NEWMAN, Mary Almeda (I469)
 
170 Anna Lee: has first name as Jane, not Jayne. HAUKE, Jayne Ellen (I437)
 
171 Anna Maria (Mary) Beck BECK, Mary (I3328)
 
172 Annie B Wiggins WIGGINS, Angeline (I2739)
 
173 Another date given as birth date by another researcher, Bob D. HERDMAN, Seth (I1378)
 
174 Another name for Anthony is Anthony GOADONOW. GOODNOW, Anthony (I4811)
 
175 Another name for Elizabeth is Elizabeth /Wollison/ Or Elizabeth WOOLISTON. WOLLISTON, Elizabeth (I4552)
 
176 another name for Jehu is John

more on familiy at
http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~streetancestors/7/30666.html
 
BROWN, Jehu (I4625)
 
177 Another researcher lists as 16 Apr 1868 as marriage date in Highland Co, Ohio SHOEMAKER, Sampson (I1956)
 
178 another source - Henry Haines Powden POWDEN, William H (I2678)
 
179 Another source has death in 1835
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/749320/family/familygroup?fpid=-1047323644&sid=-1047323640
 
KIRK, Eli (I693)
 
180 APPARENTLY A TWIN TO ALMENIA
INDICATION AS TO BEING BORN IN CLINTON INDIANA
LKA- 505 SOUTH PACE ST URBANA, ILLINOIS
 
CRAWFORD, Jessie Cornelia Ellsworth (I352)
 
181 Arrival in America: "Lydia" sailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Philadelphia, PA.

Arrival date: 27 Sep 1740
 
BECK, Johann Wilhelm 'William John' (I3268)
 
182 Arrival in America: "Lydia" sailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Philadelphia, PA.
~source: Mrs John Chaney, from a paper at the Ohio Genealogical Society via Steven Russell of Matawan, NJ.

Arrival date: 27 Sep 1740
~source: Dick Currie

Yahone Heinrich Beck and Family landed at Philadelphia, Sept. 27th,
1740, enroute from Rotterdam, Netherlands to America on ship Lydia, Capt. Allen
commanding; women passengers were not required to sign the shiop's register;
but the signature of Yahon Heinrich Beck, Yahon William Beck and Yahon Jacob
appear.
Beck Family in America
 
BECK, Johann Heinrich 'John Henry' (I3266)
 
183 Arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 with his father, Thomas Rogers

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Biographical Summary
http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JosephRogers.php

Joseph Rogers was born in 1602/3 in Watford, Northampton, England. He and his family came to Leiden, Holland, where they are first recorded in 1618. By 1620, the family had sold its house, and Joseph came with father Thomas on the Mayflower to Plymouth. His mother Alice, brother John, and sisters Elizabeth and Margaret remained behind in Leiden.

Joseph was about 17 years old when he made the voyage on the Mayflower with his father. His father Thomas died sometime the first winter at Plymouth. Joseph appears to have resided in the Bradford household for around ten years. He married about 1632, and his first child Sarah was born on 6 August 1633. He moved from Plymouth to Duxbury around 1638, and lived there for a number of years, before moving to Eastham around 1646, and resided in Sandwich for a few years around 1650 before returning to Eastham. He died in Eastham in January 1677/8; in his will he names his wife Hannah, the only record found that names his wife.

Children: Sarah, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth, John, Mary, James and Hannah.
 
ROGERS, Joseph (I3239)
 
184 Arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 with his son, Joseph.

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Biographical Summary
http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/ThomasRogers.php

Thomas Rogers was born in Watford, Northampton, England, the son of William and Eleanor Rogers. He married Alice Cosford in 1597. All his children were baptized and/or buried in Watford. He brought his wife and family to Leiden, Holland, where he became a citizen of Leiden on 25 June 1618, where he is called a camlet merchant.

On 1 April 1620, he sold his house on Barbarasteeg for 300 guilders, apparently in preparation for his voyage on the Mayflower. He came on the Mayflower with eldest son Joseph, leaving behind in Leiden his son John, daughters Elizabeth and Margaret, and wife Alice.

Thomas Rogers died the first winter at Plymouth, leaving behind his 18-year old son Joseph. His wife and children that were left behind in Leiden are found in the 1622 poll tax of Leiden, and were termed "poor people" and "without means". Children Elizabeth and Margaret apparently came to New England later, but where they lived or who they married with remain unknown. Son John came to Plymouth about 1630, and there married Anna Churchman, on 16 April 1639.

Children: Thomas (died young), Richard (died young), Joseph, John, Elizabeth and Margaret. 
ROGERS, Thomas (I3243)
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2308)
 
186 At one time was engaged in the mercantile business at Nottingham. From thence removed to Philadelphia, where he commenced the commission business. He resided at 1228 Market Street and was one of the firm of Kirk and Brown, commission merchants. [1872] KIRK, William Haines (I4687)
 
187 At one time, Wesley was mayor of Sardinia.

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Some records have birth as 3 Apr 1860
 
KIRK, Wesleyan Gideon (I53)
 
188 At time of brother's (John) death, his obit says she was in McKinney, Tx. (2010)
 
MURBACH, Louise (I2387)
 
189 At time of marriage, Chesapeake City, Md GRACE (I2477)
 
190 At time of marriage, Eugene, Ore WIGGINS, Carol (I2476)
 
191 At time of marriage, lived in Ashland, VA BARBARA (I2474)
 
192 Attended Bowling Green State Univ. RHOADES, Chauncey (I3042)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1471)
 
194 Author: Warner & Beers (1886)

WILLIAM CROSLEY, farmer, P. O. Findlay, was born in Fairfield County, Ohio,
September 16, 1820, son of George and Maria Crosley, who were residents of this
county from 1849 to the time of their death, dying at the age of seventy-four
and eighty-one years, respectively. George Crosley was a soldier in the war of
1812, and passed through Fort Findlay long before a town was thought of there.
William Crosley married, March 1, 1841, Miss Sarah Runkle, of Fairfield County,
Ohio, and they came, in February, 1849, to Eagle Township, this county, where
they bought a tract of land partly cleared; this they have improved and built
upon until their farm now comprises 115 acres of well improved land. Mrs.
Crosley died October 16, 1881, leaving six children: Mrs. Catherine Bish, Mrs.
Polly Hoch, Mrs. Lydia Smith, Jacob, Mrs. Betsey Kramer and Joshua. June 4,
1882, William Crosley married, for his second wife, Mrs. Meena Brookman, a
native of Magdeburg, Germany, and who came to America in 1871. Her first
husband, Frederick Brookman, died May 28, 1878, leaving three children: William,
Theodore and Minna L. William Crosley is an industrious and honest citizen,
respected by all who know him.

Additional Comments:
Book Title: History Of Hancock County
Eagle Township

File at: http://files.usgwarchives.org/oh/hancock/bios/crosley197bs.txt
 
CROSSLEY, William (I4797)
 
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2394)
 
196 Baby was born at 7 months and lived only 1 day. TONG, Baby boy (I3062)
 
197 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5326)
 
198 Beck Descendants
Note: a Charles H. Beck d. of rheumatism Wed. < 7/23/1890, bu Worthington?,
Armstrong Co, PA per a post on Indiana Co, PA list 4/19/99 
BECK, Charles Harmon (I3729)
 
199 Beck Descendants says 'Married 5 more times'. Not sure if that is for Catherine or husband Samuel Smith? BECK, Catherine (I3483)
 
200 Beck Descendants says 'Married 5 more times'. Not sure if that is for Catherine or husband Samuel Smith? JACK, Samuel Smith (I3484)
 

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