1 14 Deborah Â°, born 1782, died 1853, ist child of 56 Jacob ^. She was
115 David % born 1783, died 1841, 2nd child of 56 Jacob *, married
about 1805 Anna Ingham, born 1781. They lived near
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where they had four children.
116 Isaiah '% born 1784, 3rd child of 56 Jacob ^.
117 Thomas ^, born 1785, 4th child of 56 Jacob *.
118 Jonathan ^, born 1785, 5th child of 56 Jacob *.
119 Julia ^, born 1797, died 1857, 6th child of 56 Jacob *, and the first
by his second wife, Elizabeth Gray, married 1823 Isaac
Wickersham, died 1857. They had six children â Eliza-
beth â ^Jacob S. â Philena S. â Rebecca C. â Enos T. â
Isaac â born 1823 to 1836.
120 Jacob ', born 1798, died 1815, 7th child of 56 Jacob *.
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121 Enoch ^ born 1800, died 1885, 8th child of 56 Jacob *, married
1827 Elizabeth Chambers, born 1805, died 1891, daughter
of David Chambers, of London Grove. He farmed at Lon-
don Grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was also a
tanner. They had eight children.
122 Samuel ^, born 1802, died 1845, 9th child of 56 Jacob â *, married
1827 Rachel Malin, born 1808, died 1883. He farmed
in Lancaster and Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania. There
were three children.
123 Elizabeth ^, born 1805, died 185 1, loth and last child of 56 Jacob*.
124 Ann ^, born 1804, died 1869, only child of 61 Samuel *, married
1829 Morris Cope, and had three children â Samuel S. â
Jane Ann â Oliver, born 1838 to 1844.
125 John ^, born 1809, died 1884, ist child of 64 William *, married
1st Mary J. Pierce, born 1816, died 1853, married 2nd
Hannah P. Battin, a widow, born 1829. He was a farmer
east of London Grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Later he lived in Unionville. There were three sons, all by
the first wife.
126 Eliza ^ born 1810, died 1846, 2nd and last child of 64 William *,
married 1840 William Taggart, born 1800, died 1881.
They lived at Taggart's Cross Roads, Chester County,
Pennsylvania. They had one daughter, Mary Elizabeth,
born 1 84 1.
127 Louisa ^ born 1816, died 1893, 1st child of 65 Nathan *. She and
her four brothers and sisters all lived unmarried on their
Chester County, Pennsylvania farm until they died.
128 Gideon % born 1818, died 1898, 2nd child of 65 Nathan "*, did not
129 Hannah ^, born 1820, died 1893, 3rd child of 65 Nathan ^, did not
130 Elizabeth ^ born 1822, died 1893, 4th child of 65 Nathan *, did
131 Joshua % born 1824, died 1849, 5th and last child of 65 Nathan ^
did not marry.
132 Phoebe ^, born 1786, died 1786, ist child of 70 Joshua â *. She lived
133 Samuel ^, born 1787, died 1856, 2nd child of 70 Joshua ^, married
1809 Margaret Brown, born 1787, died 1861, daughter of
Isaac Brown and Sarah, of Frederick County, Virginia. In
1815 Samuel was made an overseer of Center Preparative
Meeting, at Winchester. In 1825 he and his wife, with
their children, took a certificate to Stillwater Monthly
Meeting in Guernsey County, Ohio. They had fourteen
children, seven of each sex, the largest family recorded in
134 John T.^ born 1789, died 1864, 3rd child of 70 Joshua "*, married
1814 Sarah Hite Parkins, born 1793, died 1861, daughter of
Joseph Parkins and Susanna. Although all, or nearly all,
of John's brothers and sisters moved to Ohio, he stuck to
Virginia until near the end, which occurred at Aiemphis,
Tennessee. His wife also died in Tennessee, at Paris,
Henry County. They had seven children.
135 Thomas ^ born 1792, died 1858, 4th child of 70 Joshua â *, mar-
ried 1825 Eliza Smith, born 1797, died 1877, daughter of
James Smith and Mary, of West Marlborough Township,
Chester County, Pennsylvania. In 1824 Thomas was
granted a certificate to Caesar's Creek Monthly Meeting,
in Ohio. Two years later a committee of Fairfax Monthly
Meeting, in Virginia, after trying to get him to "settle his
business in this neighborhood," "produced a testimony
against him, which was approved by the meeting." He
lived in Belmont and Harrison Counties, Ohio, where he
had five children.
136 James Â°, born 1795, died 1796, 5th child of 70 Joshua ^.
137 William ^, born 1797, died 1803, 6th child of 70 Joshua â *.
138 Joshua ^ born 1799, 7th child of 70 Joshua ^, married 1834 Lucy
Nelson. In 1826 Fairfax Monthly in Virginia prepared for
him a certificate to Flushing Monthly Meeting in Bel-
mont County, Ohio, where he had previously settled.
There were six children.
139 Ann ^, born 1802, 8th child of 70 Joshua *, apparently died young,
as no mention is made of her in the certificate with which
her mother moved to Alexandria Monthly Meeting in 18 17.
Joshua and Noah Haynes are mentioned.
140 Noah Haynes ^ born 1804, died 1884, 9th and last child of
Joshua â *, married 1832 Sarah Ann St. Clair Wager, died
about 1882. This man was the most eminent of the
Swaynes recorded in this book.
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At four, his father died. At thirteen he entered the
academy of Jacob Mendenhall at Waterford, Virginia.
Two years later he began to study medicine with Dr.
George A, Thornton, of Alexandria. But Dr. Thornton
died, and partly for this reason, Noah turned to the law.
At Alexandria he prepared for college, but the family lost
some money, so instead of college he entered the law office
of John Scott and Francis P. Brooks, at Warrenton.
Upon being admitted to the bar, he moved to Ohio, im-
pelled by the strong anti-slavery sentiment then held by
most Quakers. This was about 1825. For a year he lived
at Zanesville, than at Coshocton, where he opened his first
office. In 1826 he was appointed county prosecuting
attorney. In 1829 he went to the Ohio legislature. Ini83 1
he was appointed United States Attorney for the District
of Ohio. This caused him to move to Columbus. Just
previous to this, in 1830, Alexandria Monthly Meeting dis-
owned him for some reason. When he married, in 1832, he
thereby became owner of a large number of slaves. These
were at once set free, by common consent of husband
For about thirty years Noah gave attention to private
practice, although he was at various times called to public
services, which calls he accepted some times, but not always.
In this practice, from 1839 ^o 1852, he was associated with
James E. Bates; from 1853 to i860, with Llewellyn Baber;
and from i860 to 1861, with his own eldest son, John
In 1862 President Lincoln, following the decidedly ex-
pressed wishes of the judges and lawyers of the Sixth Cir-
cuit, appointed Noah Haynes Swayne to the United States
Supreme Court. There he served for nineteen years.
After his resignation he lived in Washington until the
death of his wife, then in New York City with his daughter.
There he died, surrounded by all five of his children.
Noah was an ardent student of ancient and modern
literature. Perhaps this fact, in connection with his long
and satisfactory public services, influenced Yale, Dart-
mouth, and Marietta Colleges in conferring upon him, at
various times, the degree of LL.D.
141 Francis ->, born 1774, son of 73 James â *, married Sarah, and had
142 Caleb Â°, born 1776, son of 73 James ^, apparently died before 1784.
At that time his mother took a certificate from Virginia to
Pennsylvania for herself and children, Francis, Elizabeth,
143 Betty ^, born before 1784, daughter of 73 James *.
144 Lydia ^, born before 1784, daughter of 73 James ^.
145 Orpha ^, daughter of 73 James â *, married William Hirst. They
lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
146 Eli ^, born 1786, died about 1863, son of 73 James ^, married 1807
Deborah Woodward, born 1781, died 18 13, daughter of
Thomas Woodward and Mary, of East Alarlborough
Township. They had four children.
147 Hannah ^, died 1835, daughter of J2 James *, married about 1817
Isaac Altemus, born 1789. They lived in London Grove,
and had eight children â Francis S. â Marshall â Anna
Maria â Sarah Ann â ^Alfred â ^Almira â Hiram â Hannah â
born 1818 to 1835.
148 Susannah '", daughter of 73 James *.
149 Hannah ^, daughter of 79 Isaac ^, married a Wilkenson.
150 William ^, son of 79 Isaac â *, was married, and was "some kind of
an agent" at Wilmington, Delaware.
151 Jesse ^, born 1807, died 1861, son of 79 Isaac â¢*, married about
1830 Eleanor Holloway. He was a weaver in Philadelphia
Pennsylvania. There were ten children, including seven
sons. Most of these sons, however, died without issue in
152 Mary ^, daughter of 79 Isaac â *, married a Parson, had at least one
son, Edwin, and lived to be ninety-three.
153 Sarah ^, daughter of 79 Isaac "*, married an Owens.
154 Jane ^, daughter of 79 Isaac *, did .not marry.
155 Lydia ^, daughter of 79 Isaac ^, married a Nailor.
156 Elizabeth ^, daughter of 79 Isaac â *, married a Warren.
157 Jesse % son of 81 Edward ^
158 Hannah ^, daughter of 81 Edward 1
159 Phebe 5, daughter of 81 Edward *.
160 Evan Thomas ^ born 1824, died 1894, ist child of 93 Benjamin ^,
married 185 1 Sarah Wayne Pusey, born 1829, died 1905,
daughter of Jacob Pusey and Hannah Mendinhall, of
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Auburn, Delaware. Evan was a school teacher for over
thirty years. During the latter part of this time he owned
and ran Eaton Institute, a boarding and day school for
girls and boys at Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. For
many years he was clerk of London Grove Quarterly Meet-
ing. He and Sarah both died at Kennett Square, and were
survived by their four children.
l6i Edward Â®, born 1826, died 1846, 2nd child of 93 Benjamin ^, was
not married. He wrote poetry. A fall from a load of hay
produced concussion of the brain, which caused his death.
162 Caleb ^, born 1827, died i860, 3rd child of 93 Benjamin ^, was not
married. He was a graduate of Jefferson Medical College
and a physician in London Grove. He died from tuber-
culosis of the lungs.
163 Mary P.'', born 1829, died 1865, 4th child of 93 Benjamin ^, was
not married. She died from tuberculosis of the lungs,
contracted while nursing her brother.
164 Jane T.^ born 1832, died 1915, 5th and last child of 93 Benjamin ^
married 1855 Joseph W. Barnard, born 1834, died 1888,
son of Richard Meredith Barnard and Hannah Wilson,
of Newlin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He
was a lawyer in West Chester. After his death Jane lived
most of the time in Kennett Square, first with her brother
Evan, then with his widow, and finally with his daughter
Laura. There were no children.
165 Philena ^, 1st child of 94 Huson ^ married Edwin Lippincott and
lived in New Jersey. She had five children â Susan â Sam-
uel â Edward â Miriam â Harry â only the first two of
whom grew up and married.
166 Albanus R.^, 2nd child of 94 Huson ^, went to San Francisco, and
was lost sight of. His half brother, Franklin, says their
father told him that Albanus died without issue.
167 William P.^, died 1906, 3rd child of 94 Huson ^, married George-
anna Cram. He was a druggist in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
vania. They had one son.
168 George ^, 4th child of 94 Huson ^, died young.
169 Franklin ^, 5th and last child of 94 Huson ^ married about 1900
Dorothy Clifford, an Englishwoman. They had one son,
but were soon divorced. Franklin is a lawyer with an office
at 26 S. 15th St., Philadelphia. He owns 700 acres at
Hibernia, Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he lives.
A part of this estate was once bought by i Francis ' for his
170 Benjamin P.*^, born 1822, died 1867, ist child of 95 Caleb ^ is be-
lieved to have been unmarried. He taught school in Vir-
ginia. His first cousin, Franklin, thinks he was a lawyer and
member of the legislature in Virginia before the Civil War.
171 Rest ^ born 1824, 2nd and last child of 95 Caleb ^.
172 Benjamin W.*', born 1827, died 1917, ist child of 96 William *,
married 1st 1850, Margaret Bancroft, born 1830, died 1852,
daughter of John Bancroft and Susan, of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, married 2nd 1854, Jane T. Pennock, born
1833, died 1919, daughter of James Pennock, of London
Grove, Pennsylvania. He farmed three miles west of Ken-
nett Square, Pennsylvania, in which town he later resided,
and where he died at the Friend's Home. There was one
son, by the first wife.
173 William Marshall ^ born 1828, died 1918, 2nd child of 96 Wil-
liam ^, married 1850 Mary Barnard, born 1828, died 1917,
daughter of Richard Meredith Barnard and Hannah Wil-
son, of Newlin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
He farmed in East Marlborough Township, and later lived
in Kennett Square, where he died. He was an amateur
sculptor. At the instance of 140 Noah Haynes Swayne ^,
of the United States Supreme Court, William Marshall was
appointed by Lincoln as Collector of Internal Revenue.
He was much interested in Swayne family history, and
collected many documents, names, and dates, which have
been used in this book. There were eight children.
174 Jacob ^ born 1830, died 1898, 3rd child of 96 William ^, married
Sarah Jane Noblit, born 1833, died 1902, daughter of Ham-
ilton Noblit and Mary Weldin, both of Wilmington, Del-
aware. He was a farmer near Fairville, Chester County,
Pennsylvania. There were six children.
175 Eliza M.^, born 1S33, 4th child of 96 William ^, married Charles
Barnard, a farmer living near Unionville, Pennsylvania.
They had two daughters, Margaret and Josephine.
176 Joel J.^, born 1837, died 1862, 5th and last child of 96 William ^,
was not married. He was a lieutenant in the "Bucktails,
and was fatally wounded at Harrisonburg, where he died
in the hospital three weeks later.
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177 Charles ^, born 1842, died 1907, ist child of 100 Henry '", married
1867 Lydia Gawthrop, born 1843, died 192 1 at Lansdowne,
Pennsylvania. He was a United States Judge, living at
Guyencourt, Delaware, and at Pensacola, Florida, His
three children survived him.
178 Caroline ^, born 1847, 2nd and last child of 100 Henry ^, married
1867 Milton Jackson, born 1845, died 1909 in Shanghai,
China. They lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There
were four children â Edward â Mary â Arthur C. â Henry.
In 1921 she was living in Philadelphia.
178-a Mary ^, born 1805, ist child of 108 Thomas ^, married William
Keithler, and had five children â Ann â Thomas â John â
Elizabeth â Charles â all of whom married and had issue.
179 Hannah^, born 1808, 3rd child of 108 Thomas ^, married William
Lane and had six daughters â Mary Ann â Elizabeth â
Sarah â Rebecca â Phebe A. â Ida â four of whom married
and had issue.
180 Phebe ^, born 1806, 2nd child of 108 Thomas '", married Charles
Marshall and had five children â Johnâ George â Hum-
phreys â Anna L. â Samuel.
181 Miriam^, born 1810, 4th child of 108 Thomas ^, married John
182 Elizabeth ^, born 1822, 7th and last child of 108 Thomas ^. Two
other children, the 5th and 6th, are mentioned below.
183 George Â®, born 1814, 5th child of 108 Thomas ^, married 1845
Sarah Grover, died 1903. They lived in Delaware County,
Pennsylvania. They had six children.
184 John N.^, born 1817, 6th child of 108 Thomas ^, married Charlotte
Trites, and had three children.
185 Sarah Hall^, born 1813, ist child of no Moses ^, married 1833
Norris J. Hoffman, born 1807, died 1877, son of Jacob Hoff-
man and Phebe Jones, of Philadelphia County, Pennsyl-
vania. They lived at Hestonville, West Philadelphia, and
had four children â Charles â Henry L. â Matilda H. â
Maria Louisa â born 1836 to 1846. None of these married.
186 Matilda Heston", born 18 14, died 1841, 2nd child of no Moses ^,
married 1838 Paul J. Hoffman, born 18 14, a brother of the
above Norris. They lived on the old Lancaster Road and
County Line, near Philadelphia. There was one son,
Charles, born 1841.
187 Edward Warner'', born 1817, died 1894, 3rd child of no Moses *,
married 1st 1849 Mary Ann Riley, born 1829, died 1878,
daughter of Matthew Riley and Hannah Rothwell of Hes-
tonville, married 2nd 1885 Sarah Gause, born 1834, died
1916. There were six children, all by the first wife.
188 Louisa Foreman ^, born 1825, died 1846, 4th and last child of 1 10
Moses ^, married 1844 Paul J. Hoffman, widower of her
sister. It is believed there were no children.
189 George A.^, born 1814, died 1857, ist child of iii Aaron ^, mar-
ried Elizabeth Richards. They had no children.
190 Elizabeth P.*', born 1816, died 1853, 2nd child of in Aaron ^,
married 1839 Davis Richards, born 1805, died 1891, son of
Davis Richards and Abigail Sankey, of Darby. They lived
at Ward, Pennsylvania, and had three children â Alatilda
H. â Mary S. â Jonathan D. â born 1840 to 1852. None of
191 Elisha P.*^, born 1818, died 1901, 3rd child of in Aaron ^ He did
192 Joel ^, born 1819, died 1896, 4th child of in Aaron ^, married
1848 Rachel Seal, born 1826, died 1856, daughter of Joseph
Seal and Sarah Gawthrop, of New Garden. Joel lived at
Concord, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, until his wife's
death. He died in Philadelphia. They had three sons.
193 Thomas^, born 1822, died 1890, 5th child of in Aaron ", married
1853 Margaretta G. Martin, born 1825, died 1884, daugh-
ter of Thomas Martin and Lydia Grubb, of Aston. They
had four children.
194 Miriam ^, born 1824, 6th child of 1 1 1 Aaron ^, married Davis Rich-
ards, widower of her sister Elizabeth. They had two
daughters, Elizabeth P. and Annie M., born 1855 and 1857.
195 Ann P.^, born 1826, died 1902, 7th child of in Aaron *, married B.
Franklin Martin. They had no children.
196 Abbie ^, born 1826, died 1898, twin of Ann and 8th child of in
Aaron ^. She was not married.
197 Aaron Â®, born 1828, died 1865, 9th child of in Aaron ^, was not
198 Mary", born 183 1, died 1906, loth child of in Aaron ^, married
David W. Eyre. They had five children â Abigail â T.
Lawrence â Ella â Joseph â Franklin.
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199 Caleb ^ born 1834, died 1903, nth and last child of in Aaron %
married Sarah Wetherill. There were no children.
200 Jonathan Ingham ^ born 1806, died 1885, ist child of 1 15 David^
married about 1836 Mary Yount, born 1818, died 1898.
He was born and raised near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
whence he went west, living in Chillicothe, Ohio, Lafayette,
Indiana, Des Moines, Iowa, and Norwalk, Iowa. He was a
weaver and farmer. There were ten children.
201 Samuel ^, born 1808, died 1812, 2nd child of 115 David ^
202 Anna ^ born 1810, died 1830, 3rd child of 115 David ^
203 Isaiah ^ born 1814, 4th and last child of 115 David ^
204 Hannah C.^ born 1828, died 1913, ist child of 121 Enoch ^
married 1853 Reuben H. Stubbs, a farmer of Delta,
205 Deborah D.'', born 1830, died 1913, 2nd child of 121 Enoch \
married 1852 Eli Thompson, a farmer of London Grove
Township. Later he lived in Kennett Square, Pennsyl-
vania. One daughter, Mary Anna, married 276 William \
206 David C.^ born 1832, died 1898, 3rd child of 121 Enoch ^ married
1859 Emmaline R. Walton, died 1885, daughter of Isaac
Walton and Martha Humes. He was a farmer north of
London Grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania. There
were three children.
207 Jacob H. ^ born 1834, died 1912, 4th child of 121 Enoch ^ married
1857 Sarah Haines Stubbs. He was a cabinet maker at
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, There were five children.
208 Elmira^ born 1837, 5th child of 121 Enoch \ married 1857 John
Hadley, now dead, a miller and farmer at Kennett Square,
Pennsylvania. There were five children â William Henry
â ^Ann Eliza â Samuel E. â Florence Deborah â Edwin R.
â born 1859 to 1870. One of her grandchildren is now,
192 1, controller for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In 192 1 she was living in the Kennett Square Friend's
209 William Henry \ born 1840, died 1899, 6th child of 121 Enoch *,
married 1863 Sarah M. Dillon, born 1843. He was a mer-
chant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They had ten chil-
dren. She was living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in
210 Ann Elizabeth ^ born 1843, died 1895, 7th child of 121 Enoch ^
married 1865 William Henry Eachus, born 1840, died 1879,
a merchant and farmer of West Grove, Pennsylvania.
They had two daughters, Anna and Jennie.
211 Edw^in James ^ born 1847, 8th and last child of 121 Enoch '% mar-
ried 1872 Ruth J. Pennock, born 1849, daughter of Mar-
shall L. Pennock and Rachel, of London Grove, Pennsyl-
vania. He is a real estate dealer, living in San Diego, Cali-
fornia. There were three sons.
212 Joseph Malin ^, born 1828, died 1895, son of 122 Samuel ^, mar-
ried 185 1 Amanda E. Roeder, born 1828, died 1894, He
was a farmer in Chester County, Pennsylvania. There
were six children.
213 Sarah ^, daughter of 122 Samuel ^, married Wesley Harris. She
died without issue.
214 William R.^, son of 122 Samuel ^, married, and is dead. He had
215 William P.*^, born 1838, ist child of 125 John ^ married 1863
Josephine Belknap, born 1838. They had one son.
216 Charles Henry ^, born 1843, 2nd child of 125 John ^, married
Mary E. Alexander, born 1846. He was a farmer and store-
keeper in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He had four
217 J. Howard ^, born 1851, died 1911, 3rd and last child of 125 John^,
was probably not married.
218 Isaac Brow^n ^, born 1810, ist child of 133 Samuel ^ married
Maria Taylor. He went with his parents from Virginia to
Ohio in 1825, returned in 1832, then went to Ohio again,
with a certificate to Allum Creek Monthly Meeting, in
1834. This last certificate mentions his wife; apparently
he had just acquired her. There was one daughter.
219 Sarah A.^, born 1810, 2nd child of 133 Samuel '^, married Joshua
W. Engle. There were two sons, Samuel and William L. G.
220 Rebecca Cassandra^, born 1812, died 1814, 3rd child of 133
221 Mary B.^, born 1814, died 1893, 4th child of 133 Samuel ^, mar-
ried Thomas Wilson.
222 Joshua W.^, born 18 15, died 1884, 5th child of 133 Samuel ^, was
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223 Rachel Brown '^, born 1817, died 1899, 6th child of 133 Samuel^,
married Jacob Mays, but had no issue.
224 Samuel Fothergill ^, born 1818, died 1846, 7th child of 133 Sam-
uel ^, married 1841 Rhoda Ninde, born 1818, died 1895.
He was a millwright in Huntington County, Indiana.
They had three children.
225 Charity Cook ^, born 1820, died 1823, 8th child of 133 Samuel ^.
226 John Thomas^, born 1822, died 1884, 9th child of 133 Samuel ^,
was not married. He was killed by a train at Des Moines,
227 NoAH James ^, born 1824, died 1837, loth child of 133 Samuel ^
228 Margaret Esther ^, born 1826, died 1906, nth child of 133 Sam-
uel ^, was not married.
229 Elias Hicks ^ born 1828, died 1907, 12th child of 133 Samuel ^
married 1857 Mahala Merritt Barrett, born 1833, died
1888. They had four children.
230 Edward Hicks ^ born 1830, died 1857, 13th child of 133 Samuel ^,
was not married. The disease which was fatal to him was
"crumbling of the bones."
231 Emaline Wright^, born 1833, died 1904, 14th and last of the
children of 133 Samuel ^, the largest family in this record,
married W. J. McCalvin, M. D., but had no issue.
232 Joseph Joshua ^, born 1815, died 1818, ist child of 134 John T.^
233 Mary Ann ^, born 18 16, died 1836, 2nd child of 134 John T.^ mar-
ried 1835 William J. Todd, born 1814, died 1839. She was
born in Virginia and died in Columbus, Kentucky. He was
born in Kentucky and died in Jefferson County, Virginia.
There were no children.
234 John Thomas ^, born 1819, died 1873, 3rd child of 134 John T.^,
married 1850 Mary C. Porter, born 1834, ^'^^^ 191 1. He
was born in Alexandria, District of Columbia, and she in
Lincolnton, North Carolina. They lived in Memphis,
Tennessee, where he practiced law and became a judge.
Six children were born.
235 James William ^ born 1821, died 1856, 4th child of 134 JohnT.^,
married 1847 Amanda Jane Henry, born 1824, died 1857.
He was born in Farquier County, Virginia, and died in
Madison County, Tennessee. She was born and died in
Henderson County, Tennessee. They had three children.
236 Noah Lowell^, born 1823, 5th child of 134 John T.^, married
1870 Letitia M. Huddleston, born 1839, died 1886. He
was born at Winchester, Virginia. She was born and died