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Descendants of John and Susanna (Johnson) Gaither

Eva Emery Doty

Descendants of John and Susanna (Johnson) Gaither

by Eva Emery Doty

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Published by E.E. Doty in [United States] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gaither family.,
  • Gaither, John, b. ca. 1770 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementcompiled by Eva Emery Doty.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.G146 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 78 p. :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1759553M
    LC Control Number92106271

      New Book on Tuck Descendants includes Susanna Crowder and John Tuck's line. By Kathy Wilson Septem at EDWARD TUCK BOOK(d. ) A new book about the Descendants of Edward Tuck d. Halifax County, VA. This book is on Edward’s son Cary Tuck and Nancy Stanley and their descendants. Susanna Wesley (née Annesley; 20 January – 23 July ) was the daughter of Dr Samuel Annesley and Mary White, and the mother of John and Charles Wesley. “ although she never preached a sermon or published a book or founded a church, (she) is known as the Mother of ? Because two of her sons, John Wesley and Charles Wesley, as children consciously or unconsciously Occupation: "Mother of Methodism".

    From Marie Dryden, Chillicothe, MO MERGED NOTE From Marie Dryden, Chillicothe, : about TN. Files. Andres – Descendants of Jacob Andres (–) and Maria Siemens (–), Helena Gossen (–) and Katharina Reimer (–) of Fuerstenau, ation from John J. Dick, Leamington, Ontario. Typescript. 69 p. Baergen – Descendants of Elias von Baergen and Gertrude Regehr from Ladkopperfeld, Prussia who settled in Schoensee, Molotschna.

    Amended declaration of Susannah Potts: she was married to John Potts Ma , her maiden name was Hibbens. She was married to John Potts by Rev. Sturges of the Episcopal Church. John Potts died Their eldest daughter, born Feb , the second child, Jonathan, born in .   John Winans is believed to be buried in the First Presbyterian Church cemetery, in Elizabeth. His grave can't be located, and O. C. Winans speculates in his book that it was covered up during the expansion of the church. The grave markers of .


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Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: a biographical and genealogical account of the family of John & Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, Brethren pioneers of Morrison's Cove, Bedford County, Pennsylvania whose children migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio.

Thoroughly researched and documented, this book does an outstanding job of documenting the descendants of John Winans born approximatelyin the Netherlands. For anyone related to him, this book is a must. Although expensive, the amount of Descendants of John and Susanna book it contains well pays for itself.

The years of research taken to compile this book is 5/5(1). Notes for John May and Susanna. On John May was the security in a case against John Stodghill.

John May brought suit against Wm. Skelton in an action of debt. Dated August 10 and September On 11 April, John May acknowledged his deeds of lease and release of land indented to Benja. Rennolds. 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum­ mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.

Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend­. Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: A biographical and genealogical account of the family of John & Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, brethren children migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio [Honeyman, Gale Edwin Spitler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: A biographical and genealogical account of the family of John Author: Gale Edwin Spitler Honeyman. Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: a biographical and genealogical account of the family of John & Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, Brethren pioneers of Morrison's Cove, Bedford County, Pennsylvania whose children migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio: 1.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: a biographical Honeyman, Gale Edwin Spitler, View full catalog record.

Rights: Protected by. Family: John Jenny married Sarah Carey in Leiden on November 1,and had seven children. She died in Plymouth between Aug,and March 5,/6.

Children of John and Sarah Jenny: † Samuel was born in Leiden about He married (1) Susanna Wood after and had three married (2) Anne Lettice by and had six File Size: 86KB. Get this from a library. The American descendants of Rev. John Smith, who married 13 JuneSusanna Hinckley. [Martha F McCourt] -- John Smith was a resident of Barnstable, Massachusetts in and a brother-in-law to Governor Thomas Hinckley, having married Susannah Hinckley, the governor's sister.

They had thirteen children. : Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: A biographical and genealogical account of the family of John & Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, brethren.

children migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio: Gilt titles on burgundy cloth. pp, w index entries. Unmarked order form laid in. Size: Thick Quarto. This biographical and genealogical account of the family of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, Brethren pioneers of Morrison's Cove, Bedford Co., Pa., had children who migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio.

Children were Susannah Rench, Elizabeth Kensinger, John, Daniel, Abraham, Barbara Teeter, Hannah Burns, Catharine, and Samuel. Susanna White (c. after ) was a passenger on the Mayflower and successively wife of fellow Mayflower passengers William White and Edward Winslow.

Born Susanna Jackson, daughter of Richard and Mary (Pettinger) Jackson, she went to Amsterdam and joined its separatist congregation aboutand there married future Mayflower passenger William White. Get this book in print The Descendants of John Mowry of Rhode Island 2d Arlon Arnold Augustus Ballou Benjamin Boston brother Burrillville Charles CHILD CHILDREN church Daniel DANIEL MOWRY daugh death descendants died Dutee East Providence Edward Inman Elisha Elizabeth Ellen Enos Ezekiel Ezekiel F farm father field find first George.

Susanna White's origins were just discovered inafter more than a century of failed attempts to identify her. The claim she was Susanna Tilley has been disproven, and the William White who married Anna Fuller in Leiden was not the Mayflower passenger either: that particular William White, woolcomber, witnessed a nuptial agreement of Samuel Lee in Leiden on 10 Apriland so couldn't.

Elizabeth Bush, eldest daughter of John and Susanna Bush, married Richard Collet,as appears by a certificate of a Quaker Meeting in London, now in the possession of Mary Peart. They came to Pennsylvania in Descendants of John Bush. Biography. Susanna (Hutchinson) Cole was born on Novem in Alford, Lincolnshire, England and was baptized on Novem there.

Her parents were William Hutchinson and Anne (Marbury) was a was taken captive and held for ransom by the Indians until her family, who lived in the Bay Colony paid her ransom. Sources for Susanna Tripp. 1 Luther, George A., editor and compiler, The Luther Genealogy: A Histor y of the Descendants of Captain John Luther, Who Arrived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony,Penobscot Press (), ; 2 Randall, George L., comp., The Descendants of Joseph Tripp, Son of John Tripp, New Bedford, Massachusetts: Typewritten Manuscript (), 8, Meharg Book By William Hosey Aug at I have published a book entitled "THE MCHARG(UE), MAHERG, MEHARG, MEHERG, MEHEARG, MEHURG RECORD OF A SCOTTISH FAMILY AND THEIR JOURNEY THROUGH THE SOUTH".

JOSHUA 2 JENNINGS (JOHN 1) was born ABT in England, and died in Fairfield CT. He married MARY (MARIA) WILLIAMS Decem in Hartford CT, daughter of MATHEW WILLIAMS and SUSANNA WILLIAMS.

Notes *** Much of the data listed about the Jennings family came from the book, "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield", Vol. Edward & Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow, Mayflower passengers, Second wife Susanna (White) Winslow, Mayflower passenger, Genealogical Information regarding Edward Winslow's lineage can be found in the "MAYFLOWER FAMILIES Through Five Generations" Silver Book, Volume Five (shown).

The book is divided into seven chapters, six of which give the descendants of John Peter Scholl and his wife, Anna Su.Descendants of John Peter Scholl and his wife, Anna Susanna Dorothea Scholl, and genealogical family history, with short sketch of Philip Scholl and descendants.Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter: a biographical and genealogical account of the family of John & Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, brethren pioneers of Morrison's Cove, Bedford County, Pennsylvania whose children migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio.