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there and in New York city. They have :
66S4 Mary Felicia,^ b. in Fasten, Penn., April 11,1848; m., March 13,1877,
Christopher James Walbran of Ripon, Eng., a dealer in produce in
New York, living in Brooklyn. They have : Gertrude Mary (Wal-
bran), b. Jan. 6, 1878; Christopher James (Walbran), b. July 22, 1883;
Margaret Horsfall (Walbran), b. April 19, 1887, d. April iS, 1889.

6685 James Bull,' b. do., April 20, 1852; m., Dec 30, 1877, Fanny Maria Ed-

wards of Brooklyn. He is a patent solicitor, mechanical draughts-
man, and treas. of the Monthly Savings Asso. of Concord, N. H.
They have: Fanny Louise,"" b. in Brooklyn, Oct. 24, iSSo; Frederick
Henry,'° b. in Concord, March 11, 1883.

6686 Charles Bassini,' b. in Brooklyn, July i8, 1859; a mechanical draughts-

man in Danbury, Conn. ; a.m.

5959

Henry Thurston ^ {David,^ Israel,^ John^'' Benjamin,^ Joseph,^
jfohn '), eldest son of David and Esther (Taylor) Thurston of Mead-
ville, Penn. ; born there March 7, 1791 ; married, Sept. 3, 1819, Cas-
sandra Elliott, born in Washington county, Penn., Aug. 6, 1800,
daughter of Mark and Mary (Atwood) Elliott of Maryland. He
went to Ohio in 1817, and settled in Jacobsburg 1819 as a teacher
and tavern keeper; justice of the peace, died Dec. 24, 1868. She
was remarkably smart, eyesight so good as to enable her to sew fine
cambric with ease, till near her death, Nov. 23, 1883.

Children.

66S7 Nancy Radle,8 b. July 27, 1820; m., Nov. 25, 1841, Thomas Moore Shotwell,
b. in Harrisville, O., Sept. 16, 18 17, a retired gentleman of Antioch, O.
They have :
6688 Susan Amanda (Shotwell), b. in Woodville, O., Jan. 18,1843; m., June
21, i860, Richard Thomas Chaney, b. in Calvert Co., Md., Feb. 23, 1839,
a dry goods merchant in Barnesville, O., till 1884, since in Topeka,
Kan. ; served two and a half years in the war against the rebellion in
the ii6th Ohio reg. as lieut. and captain; health failed, resigned; both
Methodists. They have: John Thomas (Chaney), b. May 24,1866,
m., bookkeeper in Topeka; Edward Allen (Chaney), b. July 14, 1868,
plumber and gas fitter in Topeka, n.m. ; Wilbur Stanton (Chaney), b.
March 5, 187 1, stenographer and private sec. to George Y. Johnson in
Topeka; Warren Prout (Chaney), b. Nov. 11, 1878.
66S9 Emily Ann (Shotwell), b. Dec. 7, 1845; ^- J^'^- I3> 1846.
6690 Henry Alden (Shotwell), b. Oct. 4, 1850 ; d. Sept. 26, 1854.
6691 Lavina F.,^ b. Jan. 16, 1822; d. Sept. 19, 1832.
6692-l-David Stanton,** b. Dec. 22, 1823; m. Jane White Lingo.
6693 Rachel Amanda,** b. Aug. 29, 1827; d. Sept. 22, 1829.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 429

6694 Mary Isabel,^ b. May 21, 1832 ; m., Nov. 15, 1849, Thomas Jefferson Rowles,
b. Jan. 5, 1827, a blacksmith in Jacobsburg, now in Uhrichsville, O. Have :

6695 Thurston Henry (Rowles), b. Oct. 12, 1850; a prominent teacher in

Belmont county, O. ; m., Nov. 16, 1875, Mary A. Brice, a music teacher.
They have Maud Cassandra (Rowles), b. July 15, 1876; Adda Bell
(Rowles), b. Sept. 24, 1879; Genia Gertrude (Rowles), b. May 22, 1881 ;
Grace and Alice (Rowles), twins, b. July 5, 1889.

6696 Sarah Amanda (Rowles), b. May 4, 1852; m., Dec. 30, 1869, George

Reece Scatterday, a farmer, since residing in Wheeling, W. Va. They
have: William Henry (Scatterday), b. Nov. 16, 1S70; Dallas Ross
(Scatterday), b. Aug. 30, 1876; Earl Stanton (Scatterday), b.- Aug. 26,
1881 ; Birdie Lynn (Scatterday), b. Nov. 16, 1883; Forest Rowles (Scat-
terday), b. Jan. 9, 1SS7.

6697 David Tyson (Rowles), b. June 25, 1854; a teacher in Beloit, Kan. ; m.,

Aug. 28, 1877, Sarah Levina Crist. They have: James Clarence
(Rowles), h. Sept. 22, 1S7S ; Jefferson Clyde (Rowles), b. Jan. i, 1881 ;
Emma Inez (Rowles), b. June i, 1883; Cecil Rowland (Rowles), b,
March 14, 1885; Dolly Bell (Rowles), b. March 29, 1888.

6698 William Thomas (Rowles), b. May 23, 1856; a teacher, graduated from

the Columbus medical college 1880; a prominent physician and prop-
erty owner in Columbus, O. ; m., Dec. 25, 1886, Mary A. Hanlen, a
teacher in one of the high schools of that city.

6699 Cassandra Alverda (Rowles), b. May 16, 1858; a teacher; m., Feb. 27,

iSgo, James Willard Foster, a grad. of Canandaigua college, and lived
in Topeka, Kan. ; he d. June 23, 1891 ; she resides with her parents.

6700 Mary Radle (Rowles), b. Aug. 7, i860; a teacher in Uhrichsville, O.

6701 Lizzie Jane (Rowles), b. July 6, 1863; m., Dec. 25, 18S3, John Harvey

Harmon, a farmer in Uhrichsville. They have: Harry Roy (Harmon),
b. Sept. 14, 1885; Hattie India (Harmon), b. Oct. 26, 1887.

6702 Hattie Roland (Rowles), b. Jan. 31, 1866; a teacher, now telephone ope-

rator in Wheeling, W. Va.

6703 James Elihu (Rowles), b. June 3, 1S70; d. March 13, 1877.

6704 Charles Nathan (Rowles), b. March 2,1873; a teacher; was studying

medicine under his brother, went hunting Aug. 19, iS9i,andwas in-
stantly killed by the exploding of his gun.

6705 William Henry,** b. April 2, 1840; d. Oct. 8, 1845.

5960

Flavel Thurston 7 (DaviW,^ Israel,^ John,'^ Benjamin,^ yoseph^
John '), brother of the preceding, and son of David and Esther (Tay-
lor) Thurston of Meadville, Penn. ; born there July 18, 1793; mar-
ried Eleanor Mercer, born Aug. 12, 1800. He was a farmer in
Sheffield, 111., a thorough disbeliever in American slavery, and prayed
and labored against it, died Oct. i, 1852.

Children.

6706 Mary Ann,^ b. 1821 ; m. Charles Watts, who came from London, Eng , in

1844, and d. in 1S69. They had: Mary Ellen (Watts), in Princeton, 111.;
Alfred, Rev. (Watts), in Netawaka, Kan.
67074-Edward ^..^'b. Sept, 29, 1824; m. 1st, Mary ; 2d, Sarah ,

6708 Esther Jane,^ b. 1827; m. Thomas Taylor, who came from England; they

live in Wyanet, 111., and have: Joseph (Taylor), b. i860; Ida (Taylor),
b. 1 866.

6709 Rebecca,^ b. 1829; m., 181^3, Stephen Young of New York. He d. 1861;

shed. 1866. They had: 'Orange (Young), b. 1854; Mary (Young), b. 1858.
6710+David,** b. 1S32; m. Elizabeth McPherson.
6711-i-John Flavel,* b. 1S34; m. Mary Smith.

6712 Lorin Isabel,^ b. 1836; lived in Sheffield, 111., 1873; n.m.

6713 Israel,** b. Aug. 4, 1S3S; a wood sawyer in Wyanet, 111. ; n.m.



430 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

5962

David Thurston ? {David,^ Israel,^ yo/in,* Be/ijamin,'^ Joseph,^
JoJui '), brother of the preceding, and son of David and Esther (Tay-
lor) Thurston of Meadville, Penn. ; born there May 26, 1798; mar-
ried, first, July 10, 1S23, Esther Stanbrook; she died May 10,
1836. Second, Aug. 18, 1837, Abigail Spring, born May i, 1813.
He was a farmer in Black Ash, Penn.

Children.

67i4+Henry,8 b. Dec. 23, 1834; m. ist, Angeline Strayer ; 2d, Adelia Dickson.
6715 Mary Esther,^ b. July 3, 1838; m. Samuel Ford, Lineville, Penn.
67i6-f-Ephraim Edgar,^ h. May 5, 1840; m. Sarah Frances Jones.

6717 James S., b. March 25, 1S42 ; d. Oct. 24, 1854.

6718 Naomi Janet, ^ b. Dec. 23, 1845; "i- James Braymer of Black Ash, Penn.

6719 David S.,' b. Dec. 20, 1847; d. Oct. 7, 1854.

6720 William M.,^ b. Oct. 3, 1850; d. Oct. 10, 1854.

5975

Israel Thurston ^ {David,^ Israel,^ yohn^'^ Be/ijatnin,'^ Joseph,^
yohn,'-)^ brother of the preceding, and son of David and Esther
(Taylor) Thurston of Meadville, Penn.; born there Nov. 4, 1804;
married, first, March 27, 183 1, Almira Smith, born Feb. 8, 181 1,
died Oct. 13, 1841. Second, Jan. 26, 1843, Joanna Phillips, born
June 6, 1806. He died Sept. 21, 1872, she died Feb. 4, 1874. He
was a farmer at Meadville, had few educational privileges in early
life, but he married a teacher, and having excellent natural abilities
he was stirred to emulation by close application in all leisure hours ;
he mastered even the higher branches of English literature and sci-
ence, of which he was proud to tell his sons. He was loved and
cherished in the hearts of his children as but few parents are. He
and all his brothers and sisters were highly respectable and christian
people. The energy and intelligence was strongly developed in his
children, who all attained a liberal education, and were teachers of
repute in some of the best schools. To illustrate, an anecdote is
related by the second wife : — " They lived upon a farm, and each
child was required to help at an early age, giving no time to attend
school in summer. Not long after this marriage he brought a spell-
ing book home for his son, some nine or ten years of age, who was
highly gratified with the present. The next morning he cut the cov-
ers off his book, rolled it up and put it in his pocket, and went out
to plowing. His step-mother was amazed at the spoiling of the book,
and told his father about it, who on his returning home interrogated
him as to his strange conduct, and received the reply that he thought
it would be a nice time to study when he was obliged to stop to rest
the team, and his pocket was too small to hold the book with the
cover on. In winters, for many years, in order to go to school, the
children would rise early and work till school time, and when school
was closed hurry home and work late in the evening. When at work
with their father he took great pains to explain their studies." The
children still retain the homestead, where their father and grand-
father lived and died.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 43 1

' Children.

672 t-f- William Henry,^ b. Jan. 26, 1832; m. ist, Lauretta A. Griffith; 2d, Mary M.

Bartlett.
6722-[-Lemuel Smith,^ b. Feb. 5, 1S34; m. Ellen A. Bartlett.

6723 David Radle.Mx March 6, 1836; m., Sept. 28, i860, Mary Childs. They

lived in Princeton, 111. ; he d. 1864. They had : Israel Eugene,' d. 1861 ;
Jessie Elizabeth,' d.

6724 Sarah Jenkins,^ b. May i, 1838; d. June 13, 1839.

6725 John Flavel,^ b. June 23,1840; enlisted in 83d Penn. reg. against the rebel-

lion, served ten months; wounded in battle before Richmond, Va., June
27, 1862, taken prisoner 28th, and lay 17 days in the open field, had his
leg amputated, and died July, 1S62.

6726 Lydia C.,* b. Nov. 25, 1843; m., March 24, 1864, Ansel Hall Oakes of Mead

Corners, Penn., served in the war against the rebellion in the 83d Penn.
reg., taken prisoner July 27, 1S62, suffered in Libby prison 39 days, ex-
changed, and settled as a farmer in Sioux Rapids, la. ; member of the
Methodist church, d. Aug. 22, 1867; his wife resided in Randolph, N. Y.,
and since in Fleming, Col. They had :

6727 Elizabeth J. (Oakes), b. Oct., 1865.

6728 Altia N. (Oakes), b. April, 1867.

6729 Israel,* b. March 16, 1845; d. Jan. 4, 1849.

6730 Ahab Keller,* b. Dec. 25, 1S46; a farmer in Sioux Rapids; m., Feb. 19,

1871, Myra F. GJeason, b. July 24, 1854. They have:

6731 Lida Joanna,' b. Jan. 30, 1873.

6732 Mary Arminta,' b. April 15, 1874.

6733 Lauretta May,' b. May 18, 1875; d. Feb. 28, 1876.

6734 Arthur Henry,' b. July iS, 1882.

6735 Jeremiah Phillips,* b. March 3, 1853; a farmer in Bon Homme, Dak. ; m.,

Sept., 1878, Mary A. Hippie. They had: Daisy Creala,' b. April, iSSi ;
Ansel J..' b. July, 1883; Winnie Orilla,' b. Feb., 18S5.

5976

Lewis Taylor Thurston 7 (^David,^ Israel,^ J'o/m,'^ Benjatnin,^
yoseph,^ John'^), brother of the preceding, and son of David and
Esther (Taylor) Thurston of Meadville, Penn. ; born there Jan. 8,

1808 ; married Matilda •. He was in Greenville, Penn., died

Feb. 22, 1870.

Children.

6736 Emeline,* b. Feb. 15, 1833; m., Nov., 1S50, Thomas Sturgis; d. Sept. 24,

1863. He is at Ovid Center, Mich. They have :

6737 Charles (Sturgis), b. April 6, 1857.

6738 Emma (Sturgis), b. Oct., 1858.

6739 Flavilla (Sturgis), b. Jan., i860.

6740 Samuel S.,* b. Sept. 23, 1834; m. Feb. 3, 1859. He is a brewer in Meadville,
Penn. They have :
6741 Alice,' b. Aug. 6, i86t.

6742 Flavilla,* b. May 15, 1836; m. William Qaay, prop, of Thurston House, a

hotel in Meadville.

6743 David Floyd,' b. Sept. 27,' 1839; in Greenville, Penn.

5991

William Thurston 7 {Samuel,^ Israel,^ yohn,'^ Benjamin,^ yoseph,^
yohn^'), son of Samuel and Hannah (Kelley) Thurston of Mixers-
villa, Ind. ; born Aug. 12, 1799; married, September, 1822, Mary
Telfor, daughter of Alexandrew and Nancy (Thatcher) Telfor. He
was a farmer in Mixersville, died May 12, 1835, and she married
James Walden of Darrtown O., and died March 16, 1890, aged 85.



432 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

Children.

6744-l-Samuel David,8 b. July 20, 1823; m. ist, Jeannette Retherford; 2d, Mrs.
Mary Ellen Robinson.

6745 Angeline/ b. Jan. 13, 1825; m. -Addison, in Chicago, 111., d., where she

is a nurse.

6746 Mary Jane,^ b. July 23, 1826; m. Byron, d.

5992

Oliver Patton Thurston ? {Samuel,^ Israel,^ yohn,^ Benjamin,'^
Joseph^^ yohn'^), brother of the preceding, and son of Samuel and
Hannah (Kelley) Thurston of Mixersville, Ind. ; born in Northum-
berland Co., Penn., Oct. 21,1802; married, Nov. 11, 1824, Maria
Lemon Flint, born in Baltimore, Md., July i, 1804. He was a
farmer in Mixersvilie, died May 22, 1865 ; she died in Reiley, O.,
June 18, 1870; both members of the Baptist church.

Children.

6747+Sarah Ann,^ b. Dec. 7, 1825; m. Robert Spiers.

67484-John Flint,8 b. May 28, 1828 ; m. Margaret Morris.

6749 Elizabeth,^ b. May 20, 1S30; m., April 11, 1848, Walter Brady, d. Aug. 20,
1885. He was a farmer in Mixersville, Penn., "one of the best men that
ever lived," and d. wealthy; she d. Oct., 18S6. They .had:

6750 Sarah Angeline (Brady), b. April 12, 1851.

6751 Andrew Hixon (Brady), b. June 8, 1853.

6752 Laura Sophronia (Brady), b. Feb. 12, 1855; m., Dec, 1872, George K.

Bartlow of Mt. Carmel, Ind. ; d. June 22, 1883.

6753 Joseph Oliver (Brady), b. July 19, 1857; d. July, 1861.

6754 Walter Elmer (Brady), b. Oct. 25, 1863; in Kansas.

6755 Orah Orpha (Brady), b. May 6, d. May 23, 1869.

6756 Alva Johnson (Brady), b. April 2, 1S73.
6757+Samuel,* b. Jan. 4, 1833; m. Nancy Elizabeth McGilvery.

6758 William,^ b. April 25, d. May 8, 1835.

6759 Dorcas,* b. May 9, 1836; d. 1853.

6760+ Joseph Humphreys,* b. Oct. 22, 1S38; m. Mary Elizabeth Welsh.
6761 Benjamin Kelley,* b. June 17, 1S41 ; m., Jan. i, 1867, Sarah Jane Gray, b.
Aug. 8, 1S46, da. of David and Nancy (Knots) Gray. He was a saddle
and harness maker in Mixersville, Ind., then a farmer near Contreras, O.,
since near Lotus, Ind. They had:
6762 Daughter, b. and d. Nov. 12, 1867.

6762^ Frank Hamilton,^ b. Jan. 8, 1869; a farmer in Lotus ; n.m.
6763 Maria Louisa,^ b. Nov. 20, 1843; "i - Aug. 3, 1862, William Brady, a farmer
in Reiley, O., b. Nov. 27, 1838, son of Samuel Brady [no. 5,978]. They have :

6764 Joseph Flint (Brady), b. Jan. i, 1864; m., Dec. 18, 1884, Lucy Isabel

Smith of Springfield, Ind.

6765 Oliver Samuel (Brady), b. Feb. 24, 1867.

6766 Leola Maria (Brady), b. Aug. 10, 187 1.

6767 George Reily,* b. May 14, 1846; a farmer in Alexandria, Ind.; m., March 21,
1867, Almira Allen; both members of the Christian church. They have:

6768 Ida Elizabeth,' b. Aug. 19, 1868.

6769 Sylvanus,' b. Feb., 1877.

6770 Alpheus Leroy,9 b. 1883.

6771 Oliver Perry,^ b. Dec. 17, 1849; d- Aug., 1851.

6019

Israel Thurston? {yohn,^ Israel,^ yohn,'< Benjamin,^ Joseph,"^
yohn '), son of John and Mary (Mars) Thurston of Northumberland,
Penn.; born there April 3, 1788; married, 1809, Nancy Ely, born
1789. He was a farmer at Wiley Station, Ohio.



POSTERITY OF JOHN THURSTON. 433

Children.

6772-f-Caleb,^ b. June 15, 1811; m. ist, Hannah Vanzant; 2d, Mary Buckingham.

6773 Hester,^ b. Jan. 5, 1S13; m. ist, March 27, 1834, Charles Stott, b. June 17,

1810, a blacksmith in Mt. Gilead, O., d. March 25, 1842; 2d, March 23,
1848, William Derolt, a bridge contractor, b. in Bedford Co., Penn., May
9, 1815. He went to Ohio when five years old, and in 1858 moved to
Washington Co., la., and 1859 to Afton, O., where he d. May 6, 1884. She
is a member of the Presbyterian church in Omaha, Neb. She has Lucy
Ann (Stott), b. in Mt. Gilead, Aug. 19, 1838.

6774 Martha,^ b. Sept. 21, 1815.

6775 Catherine,^ b. April 10, 1819; m. Ziba Vanzant, bt April 12, 1819; in Rich-

mond, Ind. They had :

6776 Milton (Vanzant), b. May 7, 1842.

6777 Alnora Ann (Vanzant), b. Sept. 22, 1844; d. 1846.

6778 Ziba Zephaniah (Vanzant), b. June 25, 1846; d. Aug., 1847.

6779 Catherine Amelia (Vanzant), b. May 29, 1848.

6780 James Israel (Vanzant), b. June 23, 1850.

6781 Elizabeth (Vanzant), b. Nov. 30, 1852.

6782 Riley Bird (Vanzant), b. March 13, 1855; d. 1876.

6783 Maria,^ b. March 10, 182 1 ; m. William Linn, in Mt. Gilead, and had Sylves-

ter (Linn) ; Bronson (Linn), a tel. operator and ex. agent in Newcomers-
town, Penn.

6784 Joshua E.,^ b. March 24, 1823; m., May 7, 1846, Catherine Applegate, b.

Feb. 2, 1823. He enlisted in the army against the rebellion from Dry
Ridge, O., in 1864, and not long afterward disappeared and has not teen
heard from since. They had: Ida Lutrena,' b. Nov. 10, 1847; Emma
Jane,' b. Jan. 3, 1854.

6785 Susanna,^ b. Nov. 17, 1824; m. D. M. Deams.

6786 Elizabeth Ely,^ b. Jan. 8, 1828; m. James Hiatt.

6787 Grizilla Henderson,^ b. May 18, 1830 ; m. Rev. Abraham Lee Thurston [no.

6,007].

6788 William Hannibal,^ b. May i, 1834.

6021

Moses Thurston 7 {John,^ Israel,^ John,-^ Benjatnln,'^ Joseph,''
John '), brother of the preceding, and son of John and Mary (Mars)
Thurston ofTVorthumberland, Penn.; born there June i, 1793 ; mar-
ried, July 29, 1815, at Crosswicks, N. J., Hannah Hankerson
Parker, born April 17, 1791, daughter of William and Catharine
(Hankerson) Parker of Groveville, N. J. He died in Rahway, N.
J., July 30, 182 1, and she married Amasa Allen; he was a worker in
a cotton factory in Germantown, N. Y., a member of the Methodist
church, died, and she married C. Gregg, and died in Perry, N. Y.,
April 9, 186 1.

Children. .

6789 Catherine Ann,^ b. April 7, 1816; m. ist, in Covington, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1834,

Willard Shaw, b. in Vermont, -Sept. 4, 1813, d. in Jonesville, Mich., June
28, 1870; 2d, Asa Fuller, a farmer in Charlotte, Mich. She had: Lydia
Ann (Shaw), b. Aug. 24, 1S35; Elizabeth (Shaw), b. March 5, 1838; Mary
• Eliza (Shaw), b. Feb. 8, 1840; Martha Lavilla (Shaw), b. Dec. 7, 1844;

Frances Augusta (Shaw), b. April 18, 1S49; Helen Maria (Shaw), b. Aug.
16, 1853.

6790 Eliza Vanshaik,^ b. July 23, 1817; m., in Moscow, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1844,

Daniel Porter, a contractor, who d. in Danville, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1863. She
resides in Thorold, Ontario. They had : Richard Hankerson (Porter), b.
March 28, 1846; Catherine Hannah (Porter), b. June 18, 1853. '

6791 John Jackson,^ b. June 4, 1819; d. July 15, 1821.



434 THURSTON GENEALOGIES.

6792 Deborah Maria,' b. June 16, 1821 ; m. ist, March 23, 1842, Nahum W.

Thayer, a ship carpenter of Niagara, N. Y. ; he was killed Sept. 16, 1856,
at the raising of an electioneering flag-staff in the canvass for Pres. Bu-
chanan; 2d, March 19, 1S57, William Levvin, a house joiner, b. in Doug-
lass, Isle of Man, Dec. 13, 1803. They resided in Buffalo, N. Y.; he d.
July 22, 1878, aged 75.

6026

Elder John Thurston ^ {yohn,^ Israel,^ John,'^ Benjamin^^ Jo-
seph,^ John '), brother of the preceding, and son of John and Mary
(Mars) Thurston of Northumberland, Penn. ; born there April 11,
1800; married, March 9, 1826, Rebecca Thurston [no. 6,009],
born Aug. 2, 1808. She died Oct. 27, 1876. He is a Primitive Bap-
tist minister and farmer in Mixersville, Ind. ; invented, 1847, an im-
provement in fanning mills.

Children.

6793 IMary,^ b. April 9, 1S27 ; m., Feb. 11, 1844, Samuel Montgomery, a farmer in

Danville, Kan. ; she d. April, 1862. They had: Rebecca J. (Montgom-
ery), m. William Allen, a farmer in Otego, Kan.; James Reily (Mont-
gomery), a farmer in Reily, Kan. ; William (Montgomery), a farmer in
Frankton, Ind., m. Nancy Sutton; Sarah (Montgomery), m. Posey McMa-
nus, a farmer in Alexandria, Ind. ; Douglass (Montgomery), a farmer in
Frankton, Ind.; Mary (Montgomery), m. James McManus, a farmer in
Alexandria.

6794 Hannah,* b. July 6, 182S; m., Feb., 1852, Franklin Bourn, a farmer in Mix-

ersville, Ind.; Baptists; shed. Jan., 1884.

6795 Israel,' b. Jan. 3, 1S30; m.. May 7, 1857, Margaret E. McAllister, b. Jan. 13,

1839. He lived in Mixersville, enlisted against the rebellion, and was
killed in battle, June 22, 1863; she d. 1862. They had :

6796 John Mars,9 b. May 12, 1858; a farmer in Amboy, Ind.; m.

6797 Lewella,' K • 1 at ^^ ,q



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