Felix Collins1

F, #10481
Last Edited20 Aug 2007
     Felix married William Lewis.2

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Collins, Felix. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, William.

William Lewis1

M, #10482, b. 1561
Last Edited20 Aug 2007
     William was born in 1561 in Wales.1 William married Sarah Cathcart on 3 August 1592.2

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, William, Birth : 1561 Wales. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, William.

Sarah Cathcart1

F, #10483
Last Edited20 Aug 2007
     Sarah married William Lewis on 3 August 1592.2

Family

William Lewis b. 1561
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Cathcart, Sarah. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, William.

Matthew Lewis1

M, #10484
Last Edited20 Aug 2007
     Matthew married Hannah Ingrham before 1777.2,3

Family

Hannah Ingrham
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, Matthew. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S415] Rick Moffat, Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children.
  4. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, Mary " Polly" , Birth : 27 May 1777 Dutchess County, New York, Death : 8 Aug 1814 Cornwall , Vermont USA.

Hannah Ingrham1

F, #10485
Last Edited20 Aug 2007
     Hannah married Matthew Lewis before 1777.2,3

Family

Matthew Lewis
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Ingrham, Hannah. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S415] Rick Moffat, Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children.
  4. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Lewis, Mary " Polly" , Birth : 27 May 1777 Dutchess County, New York, Death : 8 Aug 1814 Cornwall , Vermont USA.

John Graham1

M, #10486, b. circa 1828, d. 5 July 1916
Father*Andrew Graham2 b. c 1800, d. 7 Apr 1887
Mother*Catherine Robinson2 d. 1874
Last Edited29 Feb 2016
     John was born circa 1828 in Ireland died at age 88.1,3 John married Margaret Stevenson in 1850 in Percy Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada.2
     He died on 5 July 1916 in Roland, Manitoba, Canada, Manitoba Death Refistration 1916-042193.1,3

Family

Margaret Stevenson
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Graham, John , Birth : Ireland, Death : Roland, Manitoba. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S868] Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba Vital Statistics (Winnipeg, MB: Vital Statistics Agency), Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency - Genealogy Search page, DETAILED DEATH INFORMATION
    REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1916-042193
    DECEASED DETAILS Last Name: GRAHAM
    Given Names: JOHN Sex: M
    Date of Death: 07/05/1916 Time of Death:
    PLACE OF DEATH DETAILS Name of Hospital:
    Place of Death: ROLAND
    BIRTH DETAILS Date of Birth: Age At Death: 088 Units of age: YEARS. Hereinafter cited as Manitoba Vital Statistics.
  4. [S16] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions., CD-ROM (Salt Lake City, UT 84150-3400: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 2001), Canadian Census for 1881. Hereinafter cited as 1881 Cdn Census CD.
  5. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Graham, Eliza Jane , Birth : 21 Aug 1855 Percy Township, Ontario, Death : 21 Nov 1936 North Vancouver.

Margaret Stevenson1

F, #10487
Last Edited29 Feb 2016
     Margaret was born in County Down, Northern Ireland.1 Margaret married John Graham in 1850 in Percy Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada.2
     She died in Roland, Manitoba, Canada.1

Family

John Graham b. c 1828, d. 5 Jul 1916
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson, Stevenson, Margaret, Birth : County of Down, Ireland, Death : Roland, Manitoba. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson.
  3. [S16] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions., CD-ROM (Salt Lake City, UT 84150-3400: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 2001), Canadian Census for 1881. Hereinafter cited as 1881 Cdn Census CD.

Andrew Graham1

M, #10488, b. circa 1800, d. 7 April 1887
Last Edited1 Apr 2009
     Andrew was born circa 1800 in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Ireland.1,2 Andrew married Catherine Robinson in 1817.1
     He died on 7 April 1887 in Roland, RM of North Dufferin, Manitoba, Canada.1,2

Family

Catherine Robinson d. 1874
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.
  2. [S868] Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba Vital Statistics (Winnipeg, MB: Vital Statistics Agency), Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency - Genealogy Search page, Last Name: GRAHAM
    Given Names: ANDREW. Hereinafter cited as Manitoba Vital Statistics.

Catherine Robinson1

F, #10489, d. 1874
Last Edited1 Apr 2009
     Catherine married Andrew Graham in 1817.1
     She died in 1874.1

Family

Andrew Graham b. c 1800, d. 7 Apr 1887
Child

Citations

  1. [S141] Williamson Family Tree, online Obsolete web site of Monty Williamson. Hereinafter cited as Williamson Family Tree.

Alexander Seed1,2,3,4

M, #10490, b. 18 September 1832, d. 21 July 1909
Father*Samuel Seed1
Last Edited4 Oct 2018
     Alexander was born on 18 September 1832 in Ireland.3 Alternatively, he was born circa 1835 in Ireland age 46 in 1881 census.4 Alexander married Isabella Cooper on 30 July 1857 in Strangford, Ireland.5,6,3,7,4
     He died on 21 July 1909 in Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 76.1,8,9 Alexander Seed was buried in Tregarva Cemetery, RM of Lumsden No. 189, Saskatchewan, Canada.9
     He immigrated in 1862 to Canada from Ireland.3
     Alexander Seed was recorded as the father of the bridegroom at the marriage of Cecil Seed and Mary Zummach on 10 January 1907.10

Census Data

     Alexander Seed and Isebelle appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of Cumberland Twp., Russell County, Ontario, enumerated 4 April 1881. Alexander was enumerated as a Farmer and Plymouth Brethren. Their children William, Johnston, Mosese, Mary, Cecil and James were listed as living with them.4
     Alexander Seed and Isabell Seed appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Craven, Assiniboia, Northwest Territories (Saskatchewan), enumerated 31 March 1901. Their son Cecil was listed as living with them.3

Family

Isabella Cooper b. 22 Jun 1835, d. 4 Mar 1924
Marriage*Alexander married Isabella Cooper on 30 July 1857 in Strangford, Ireland.5,6,3,7,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S968] Loraine P. Ertelt, online http://www.gencircles.com/users/lpertelt/4, Loraine P. Ertelt (Gencircles Database), downloaded Donwloaded April 5, 2003.
  2. [S1073] Les D Dickson, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/i/c/…, Les D Dickson (Family Tree Maker User Home Page), downloaded Sep 5, 2000, Imported 27 Mar 2001.
  3. [S2511] Alexander Seed household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Craven, Assiniboia West, The Territories; Page: 3; Family: 34, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  4. [S6496] Alexander Seed household, Apr 4, 1881 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Cumberland, Russell, Ontario; Page: 54 Family: 206, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: C-13229.
  5. [S1073] Les D Dickson, Sep 5, 2000.
  6. [S1213] Loraine P. Ertelt, online www.ancestry.com, Loraine P. Ertelt (Ancestry.com), downloaded Viewed Jan 7, 2006, ID: I9392
    Name: Cecil SEED
    Sex: M
    Birth: 1872 in Bearbrook, Brant Co, Ontario Canada
    Death: 1960
    Change Date: 17 JUL 2002

    Father: Alexander SEED
    Mother: Isabella COOPER b: 23 JUN 1835 in Ballantiere Co, Ireland

    Marriage 1 Mary ZUMMACK.
  7. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., Isabell Cooper Seed
    Grave marker transcription:
    In Loving Memory of
    Alexander Seed     Died July 21, 1909     Aged 77 Years
    Asleep with Jesus
    Also His Wife     Isabell Cooper     1838     1924
    At Rest
    SEED.
  8. [S2273] Alexander Seed entry, Sask Archives -- Death's Index, on-line, Alexander Seed, eHealth Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Hereinafter cited as Sask Archives -- Death - Seed A.
  9. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Alexander Seed
    Grave marker transcription:
    In Loving Memory of
    Alexander Seed     Died July 21, 1909     Aged 77 Years
    Asleep with Jesus
    Also His Wife     Isabell Cooper     1838     1924
    At Rest
    SEED.
  10. [S8811] Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1869-1927 (Publisher: Archives of Ontario, Toronto), Archives of Ontario, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1869-1927; "Ontario, Canada, Select Marriages. Archives of Ontario, Toronto. This database includes images of the registrations. In some cases, alternative images in FamilySearch prvide additional information"; cited as "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936., Cecil See and Mary Zummach; this registration is currently (Oct 2018) not indexed in the ancestry.com database, but can be found on familysearch.org.
  11. [S192] Rick Moffat, Assumption, According to Loraine P. Ertelt Moses died in Victoria. The BC Archives death index record for Moses Seed is the correct death location, and the estimated year of birth is 1866. Assume this is the correct person.
  12. [S676] (see citation for details), Death Registration (see citation for details) (Sept 11, 2000), British Columbia Archives Web Page - Death Index, unknown repository address, Name: Moses Seed. Hereinafter cited as BC Archives -- Death's Index.
  13. [S3294] Laura Hankowski and Marley John, compiler, Births, Deaths, Marriages from Regina Newspapers 1890 - 1899 (n.p.: n.pub.), SEED - m. 14 Jan 1891 by the Rev. J. A. Carmichael, at the residence of the bride's father A. Seed. Minnie Seed of Tregarva and Marvin W. Cotton of Regina. L. 20 Jan 1891.. Hereinafter cited as BMD Regina 1890-1899.

William Napper1

M, #10491, b. 1811, d. 17 April 1873
Last Edited25 Sep 2008
     William was born in 1811 in County Tipperary, Ireland.2 William married Isobelle Wood before 1836, on board ship.1
     He died on 17 April 1873 in Nassagaweya Twp., Halton County, Ontario, Canada.1

Family

Isobelle Wood b. 1812, d. 2 Nov 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S758] Jeremy D Nielsen, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/n/i/e/…, unknown author (unknown location).
  2. [S758] Jeremy D Nielsen, William Napper, Birth: 1811, County Tipperary, Ireland, Death: 17 Apr 1873, Nassagawaya, ONtario, Canada, Marriage: Isobelle Wood, On Board SHip.

Asahel Hurd1

M, #10492, b. 14 November 1768, d. 23 January 1839
Father*Phineas Hurd U.E.1 b. 11 Feb 1731/32, d. 31 Dec 1777
Mother*Annah Hawley U.E.1 b. 26 Nov 1736, d. 21 Dec 1822
Last Edited29 Mar 2009
     Asahel was born on 14 November 1768 in Marlborough.1 Asahel married Hulda Bond before 1810.1,2
     He died on 23 January 1839 at age 70.1

Family

Hulda Bond b. 17 Jul 1772, d. 22 Jan 1839
Child

Citations

  1. [S681] Irva May Stewart, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/…. Hereinafter cited as FTM - Irva May Stewart.
  2. [S415] Rick Moffat, Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children.

Hulda Bond1

F, #10493, b. 17 July 1772, d. 22 January 1839
Last Edited29 Mar 2009
     Hulda was born on 17 July 1772.1 Hulda married Asahel Hurd before 1810.1,2
     She died on 22 January 1839 at age 66.1
     She also went by the name of Hannah.1

Family

Asahel Hurd b. 14 Nov 1768, d. 23 Jan 1839
Child

Citations

  1. [S681] Irva May Stewart, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/…. Hereinafter cited as FTM - Irva May Stewart.
  2. [S415] Rick Moffat, Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children.

Phineas Hurd U.E.1

M, #10494, b. 11 February 1731/32, d. 31 December 1777
Father*Jabez Hurd1 b. 12 Mar 1706/7, d. 1793
Mother*Phoebe Burritt1 b. 29 Jan 1707/8
Last Edited29 Mar 2009
     Phineas was born on 11 February 1731/32 in Stratford Twp., Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA.1 Phineas married Annah Hawley U.E. on 2 January 1756 in Newton, Connecticut, USA.1
     He died on 31 December 1777 in Sophus Goal, N.Y. Arlington, Vermont, USA, at age 45.1
     The following extract from ARLINGTON. BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH is published y the USGenWeb Project for Windham County, Vermont at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vtwindha/vhg1/0121_arlington.htm:

The settlers were soon startled by the abduction of PHINEAS HURD, another son in law of Jehiel Hawley. Hurd owned one of the best farms in town and was reputed to be one of the most wealthy. He was, however, a loyalist and had some difficulty with one of his neighbors, a Captain under the order of the Committee of Safety. On a certain occa­sion in company with Benj. Eastman of this town, he went to Sandgate and persuaded its inhabitants to deliver up their arms, that they might be in no condition either to fight or to make resistance. The tradition is that the arms were deposited in some convenient place and that people from "down river" went and got them. For this Hurd and Eastman was arrested and reported to Gen. Lincoln. Eastman took the oath of allegiance to the United States, was released, Hurd got away, it is not known how. One night, some time after, he was called up, by some one at his door who wished to see him. As soon as Hurd appeared he was arrested and carried off without even permission to speak with his family. He was, however, permitted to call up Israel Burritt, who lived not far off, and ask him to go over in the morning and tell Mrs. Hurd that he was suddenly called away and that it was uncertain when he would return.

Phineas Hurd was never heard of after. Some supposed that he never left Arlington. The general opinion was, that he was imprisoned in a vessel near the mouth of the North River, which was burnt, with its prisoners, not long after. Melancholy as was this perhaps justifiable act, what followed certainly wasnot justifiable. Mrs. Hurd, with a family of twelve children the eldest of whom was only eighteen years, was not long left to mourn unmolested the loss of her husband. In a few days her house was entered by those claiming to act by authority, and stripped of every thing. Even the tin cup containing medicine for her children sick with the measles, was emptied and carried off. Their linen was taken from the line, and provision from the cupboard. Three times was this poor widow subjected to such a visitation. On one occasion the company, disappointed and maddened at not finding anything to carry away, beat her with their muskets from room to room and so abused her that she carried the marks of their cruel treatment to her grave.

The estate of Phineas Hurd was declared to be confiscated and advertised for sale, but to the honor of humanity, it found no purchaser. His oldest son, indeed, threatened death to any person who should venture to take possession, but his threats could not have been formidable. Oct. 12th, 1778, the General Assembly of Vermont, on petition, granted to the widow Anna Hurd, the use of her late husband's farm, during their pleasure. This put an end to further annoyance..2
     From the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada Home Page (http://www.uelac.org/Loyalist-Info/Loyalist-Info.php:)

To be a Loyalist, one had to have been:

Either male or female, as of 19 April 1775, a resident of the American colonies, and joined the Royal Standard prior to the Treaty of Separation of 1783, or otherwise demonstrated loyalty to the Crown, and settled in territory remaining under the rule of the Crown; or
a soldier who served in an American Loyalist Regiment and was disbanded in Canada; or
a member of the Six Nations of either the Grand River or the Bay of Quinte Reserve who is descended from one whose migration was similar to that of other Loyalists.
However, there were others who qualified too -- for example, if a Loyalist was killed in action, and his family then moved to Canada and settled around the time of the Treaty of Separation in 1783, they might qualify.

An objective of the UELAC is to develop a directory of people of the Loyalist era, and to categorize them, especially those who met the qualifications as a United Empire Loyalist and who earned the right, along with his heirs forever to the designation or post-nominal U.E., standing for Unity of the Empire.3

Family

Annah Hawley U.E. b. 26 Nov 1736, d. 21 Dec 1822
Child

Citations

  1. [S681] Irva May Stewart, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/…. Hereinafter cited as FTM - Irva May Stewart.
  2. [S2120] USGenWeb Project - Windham County, Vermont - ARLINGTON BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH, online USGenWeb Project - Windham County, Vermont - ARLINGTON BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH. Hereinafter cited as ARLINGTON.
  3. [S2121] United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada Home Page, online UELAC Home Page. Hereinafter cited as UELAC.

Elizabeth White1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, #10495, b. 26 November 1809, d. 25 December 1884
Father*Alexander White2,5 b. c 23 Dec 1769, d. 2 Dec 1825
Mother*Nancy (?)2,5 b. 1787
Last Edited22 Nov 2017
     Elizabeth was born on 26 November 1809 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,5,7 Alternatively, she was born on 28 November 1809 note that using her age as given upon her death, her birthday would be 2 days earlier which is consistent with other sources.8 Elizabeth married Enoch W Jackson on 19 March 1829 in Dearborn County, Indiana.2,7,9
     She died on 25 December 1884 at age 75.8 Elizabeth Jackson was buried in Georgetown Cemetery, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.8
     She also went by the name of Betsy.2 In the death registration of William A Jackson who died on 13 December 1910, Elizabeth White was identified as his mother.10

Census Data

     Elizabeth Jackson and Enoch W Jackson appeared on the 1850 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 23 September 1850, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Merret and Francis were listed as living with them.7

Family

Enoch Winchester Jackson Esq. b. 7 Dec 1804, d. 15 Feb 1874
Marriage*Elizabeth married Enoch W Jackson on 19 March 1829 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,7,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  2. [S526] Merrie Rue Smith, online local copy of FTM database, Merrie Rue Smith (Garland, TX), downloaded Dec 24, 2000.
  3. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  4. [S404] Unknown author, MerrittJACKSON.ged (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  5. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Elizabeth WHITE (AFN:1J6H-R3D). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  6. [S527] Letter from Referenced by Merrie Rue Smith (unknown author address) to unknown recipient; unknown repository (unknown repository address). e-mail address, Correspondence received September 11, 1999 regarding corrected information regarding Elizabeth White's parents and siblings.
  7. [S4900] Enich Jackson household, Sept 23, 1850 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 304A, Ancestry.com Roll: M432_141; Image: 182.
  8. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Page 224 - Georgetown Cemetery - Elizabeth Jackson. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  9. [S6879] Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007 , FamilySearch, http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1410397">Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007; "Marriage dates may reflect the date and place of issue of the marriage license, not the actual wedding"; cited as "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-12007., Enoch W Jackson & Elizabeth White.
  10. [S6864] Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011 , Ancestry.com, Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011; "Based upon the Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. NOTE: this ancestry.com database includes images of the individual death certificates"; cited as "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011., Name:      William A. Jackson
    Father:     Enoch Jackson
    Mother:     Elizabeth White
    Spouse:     Detilah Ann Jackson.
  11. [S1581] Merrie Rue Smith Web Pages , Rick Moffat Personal Digital Files, not applicable, she sent me a FTW database; "This database is of questionable value. If no other sources are given for an event or relationship, consider it unreliable and subject to further research for verification"; cited as "Merrie Rue Smith Web Pages., John Harrison Jackson, Sr. Book.
  12. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi Francis M Jackson.
  13. [S4901] Francis M Jackson household, 03 Jun 1880 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 240A; Enumeration District: 051, Ancestry.com Roll: 272; Family History Film: 1254272; Image: 0482.

Alexander White1,2,3

M, #10496, b. circa 23 December 1769, d. 2 December 1825
Last Edited26 Oct 2018
     Alexander was born circa 23 December 1769 based upon his age (55y 11m 9d) as given in Braysville Cemetery web page.4,5 Alternatively, he was born in 1755 in Kent County, Delaware, USA,1 or circa 1783, possibly in Dearborn County, in Indiana, USA.3,1 Alexander married Nancy (?) before 1809.1
     He died on 2 December 1825 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.6,1,4,5 Alexander White was buried in Braysville Cemetery, Harrison Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.4,5

Family

Nancy (?) b. 1787
Child

Citations

  1. [S526] Merrie Rue Smith, online local copy of FTM database, Merrie Rue Smith (Garland, TX), downloaded Dec 24, 2000.
  2. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  3. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Alexander WHITE (AFN: 1J6H-Q72). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  4. [S4754] Braysville Cemetery (Longnecker), online http://www.ingenweb.org/infranklin/pages/cemeteries/…, White, Alexander. Hereinafter cited as Braysville Cemetery (Longnecker).
  5. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Braysville Cemetery pg 37 - Alexander White. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  6. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)", AFN:1J6H-Q72.
  7. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)", Elizabeth WHITE (AFN:1J6H-R3D).

Nancy (?)1,2,3

F, #10497, b. 1787
Last Edited15 Mar 2009
     Nancy was born in 1787 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.1,3 Nancy married Alexander White before 1809.1

Family

Alexander White b. c 23 Dec 1769, d. 2 Dec 1825
Child

Citations

  1. [S526] Merrie Rue Smith, online local copy of FTM database, Merrie Rue Smith (Garland, TX), downloaded Dec 24, 2000.
  2. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  3. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Nancy HINSLEY (AFN: 1J6H-Q88). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  4. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)", Elizabeth WHITE (AFN:1J6H-R3D).

Enoch Winchester Jackson Esq.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #10498, b. 7 December 1804, d. 15 February 1874
Father*John Harrison Jackson7,3 b. 4 Mar 1776, d. 1848
Mother*Nancy Powell7 b. 18 May 1779, d. 14 Apr 1844
Last Edited10 May 2018
     Enoch was born on 7 December 1804 in Hardentown, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.7,10,11 Alternatively, he was born circa 1803 since he died at age 70.12 Enoch married Elizabeth White on 19 March 1829 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.7,11,13
     He died on 15 February 1874 in Dearborn County, Indiana, at age 69.7,12,10,9 Enoch Winchester Jackson Esq. was buried in Georgetown Cemetery, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.7,12,10
     He was the Justice of the Peace performing the marriage of Silas Nowlin and Eleanor Blasdell on 3 June 1835.14

The following biographical information appeared in Rev. Judge A. J. Cotton's "Cotton's Keepsake" which was published in, 1860:
Enoch Jackson, a strong and popular man in the county, an ex-representative, lost the sight of both his eyes in a very sudden and painful manner, and then was thrown from a runaway horse and buggy, broke his thigh, and is a man of sore affliction, sharing largely in the commiseration of his friends; was once my competitor for office, and the worst thing I ever said about him was said in great pleasantry: "General Jackson, at New Orleans, kept behind the cotton, and I hope my friends will keep Enoch a little behind, too!" and a roar of laughter followed, I assure you. I, however, declined a poll, for which my friends chide me to this day. All for the best, friends.15

     The following obituary appeared in the weekly newspaper, The Dearborn County Register published in Lawrenceburg, Indiana 19 February 1874 :
Another Pioneer Gone
Enoch W. Jackson, Esq., departed this life at his late residence in Miller township, on Sunday morning, Feb. 15th 1874, in the 70th year of his age. The deceased was born near where the town of Hardentown now stands, and resided nearby his whole life in this county. Mr. Jackson was elected a Justice of the Peace when Miller township was first organized, and afterwards was chosen a member of the Indiana Legislature, the duties of which he discharged to the entire satisfaction of his constituents. The deceased was a man of strong temperament, and may have had his faults, but on the other hand he had many virtues. He was what may be termed a free thinker, claiming the right of an opinion on all subjects, and willingly allowing others the same liberty peacefully. The deceased was stricken with total blindness some 18 years since (note- about 1856) and from that time the light of the world has been entirely shut out from view, still he maintained his usual cheerfulness up to the end of his life. The deceased has left behind ten children, seven sons and three daughters, all of whom attended the funeral, excepting one daughter, Mrs. Jacob Haas, of Greensburg.

The deceased will be greatly missed by his family as well as the community in general.

The remains were followed to the grave yard at Georgetown by a large, sympathizing audience. Funeral services by Rev. B. Plummer, assisted by R. E. (originally printed possibly as "H" and manually altered to what may be an "E") Hargitt of the M. E. Church of which church the deceased was a worthy member.9


In the death registration of William A Jackson who died on 13 December 1910, Enoch Jackson was identified as his father.16

Census Data

     Enoch W Jackson and Elizabeth Jackson appeared on the 1850 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 23 September 1850, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Merret and Francis were listed as living with them.11

Family

Elizabeth White b. 26 Nov 1809, d. 25 Dec 1884
Marriage*Enoch married Elizabeth White on 19 March 1829 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.7,11,13 
Children

Citations

  1. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  2. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Enoch Winchester JACKSON (AFN:1J6H-R26). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  3. [S104] F.E. Weakley & Co., compiler, History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana (Chicago, IL: F.E. Weakley & Co., 1885), p 461. Hereinafter cited as History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana.
  4. [S368] Rev. Judge A. J. Cotton, Cotton's Keepsake Poems on Various Subjects Pages 442 - 444 (Cincinnati, OH: Applegate & Co, 1860). Hereinafter cited as Cotton's Keepsake.
  5. [S404] Unknown author, MerrittJACKSON.ged (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  6. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  7. [S526] Merrie Rue Smith, online local copy of FTM database, Merrie Rue Smith (Garland, TX), downloaded Dec 24, 2000.
  8. [S528] Edward Eggleston, ROXY - 1878 (n.p.: The Gregg Press/Ridgewood, N.J, 1878), pp. 37 - 41.
  9. [S4998] Another Pioneer Gone, Dearborn County Register, Lawrencebuerg, IN, 19 Feb 1874 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Another Pionéer Gone - Dearborn County Register - 19 Feb 1874.
  10. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Page 224 - Georgetown Cemetery - Enoch Jackson. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  11. [S4900] Enich Jackson household, Sept 23, 1850 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 304A, Ancestry.com Roll: M432_141; Image: 182.
  12. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Enoch W Jackson.
  13. [S6879] Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007 , FamilySearch, http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1410397">Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007; "Marriage dates may reflect the date and place of issue of the marriage license, not the actual wedding"; cited as "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-12007., Enoch W Jackson & Elizabeth White.
  14. [S6879] "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-12007", online http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1410397">Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007: Silas Nowlin & Eleanor Blasdel.
  15. [S368] Rev. Judge A. J. Cotton, Cotton's Keepsake, page 443f - brief anecdote about Enoch Jackson.
  16. [S6864] Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011 , Ancestry.com, Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011; "Based upon the Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. NOTE: this ancestry.com database includes images of the individual death certificates"; cited as "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011., Name:      William A. Jackson
    Father:     Enoch Jackson
    Mother:     Elizabeth White
    Spouse:     Detilah Ann Jackson.
  17. [S1581] Merrie Rue Smith Web Pages , Rick Moffat Personal Digital Files, not applicable, she sent me a FTW database; "This database is of questionable value. If no other sources are given for an event or relationship, consider it unreliable and subject to further research for verification"; cited as "Merrie Rue Smith Web Pages., John Harrison Jackson, Sr. Book.
  18. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi Francis M Jackson.

Annah Hawley U.E.1

F, #10499, b. 26 November 1736, d. 21 December 1822
Last Edited29 Mar 2009
     Annah was born on 26 November 1736 in Arlington, Bennington County, Vermont, USA.1 Annah married Phineas Hurd U.E. on 2 January 1756 in Newton, Connecticut, USA.1
     She died on 21 December 1822 in old Blue Church Burial Ground, Augusta, Augusta Twp., Grenville County, Ontario, Canada, at age 86.1,2
     She also went by the name of Anner.1
     The following extract from ARLINGTON. BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH is published y the USGenWeb Project for Windham County, Vermont at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vtwindha/vhg1/0121_arlington.htm:

The settlers were soon startled by the abduction of PHINEAS HURD, another son in law of Jehiel Hawley. Hurd owned one of the best farms in town and was reputed to be one of the most wealthy. He was, however, a loyalist and had some difficulty with one of his neighbors, a Captain under the order of the Committee of Safety. On a certain occa­sion in company with Benj. Eastman of this town, he went to Sandgate and persuaded its inhabitants to deliver up their arms, that they might be in no condition either to fight or to make resistance. The tradition is that the arms were deposited in some convenient place and that people from "down river" went and got them. For this Hurd and Eastman was arrested and reported to Gen. Lincoln. Eastman took the oath of allegiance to the United States, was released, Hurd got away, it is not known how. One night, some time after, he was called up, by some one at his door who wished to see him. As soon as Hurd appeared he was arrested and carried off without even permission to speak with his family. He was, however, permitted to call up Israel Burritt, who lived not far off, and ask him to go over in the morning and tell Mrs. Hurd that he was suddenly called away and that it was uncertain when he would return.

Phineas Hurd was never heard of after. Some supposed that he never left Arlington. The general opinion was, that he was imprisoned in a vessel near the mouth of the North River, which was burnt, with its prisoners, not long after. Melancholy as was this perhaps justifiable act, what followed certainly wasnot justifiable. Mrs. Hurd, with a family of twelve children the eldest of whom was only eighteen years, was not long left to mourn unmolested the loss of her husband. In a few days her house was entered by those claiming to act by authority, and stripped of every thing. Even the tin cup containing medicine for her children sick with the measles, was emptied and carried off. Their linen was taken from the line, and provision from the cupboard. Three times was this poor widow subjected to such a visitation. On one occasion the company, disappointed and maddened at not finding anything to carry away, beat her with their muskets from room to room and so abused her that she carried the marks of their cruel treatment to her grave.

The estate of Phineas Hurd was declared to be confiscated and advertised for sale, but to the honor of humanity, it found no purchaser. His oldest son, indeed, threatened death to any person who should venture to take possession, but his threats could not have been formidable. Oct. 12th, 1778, the General Assembly of Vermont, on petition, granted to the widow Anna Hurd, the use of her late husband's farm, during their pleasure. This put an end to further annoyance..3

Family

Phineas Hurd U.E. b. 11 Feb 1731/32, d. 31 Dec 1777
Child

Citations

  1. [S681] Irva May Stewart, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/…. Hereinafter cited as FTM - Irva May Stewart.
  2. [S2119] Ontario Histroical Society - Papers and Records - Originally published Volume 19, Published in Toronto in 1922 , pages 90-102, online Ontario Histroical Society - Papers and Records - Originally published Volume 19, Published in Toronto in 1922 , pages 90-102, TOWNSHIP OF AUGUSTA, COUNTY OF GRENVILLE
    The following is a list of burials - copied from the tombstones in 1899, with
    numerous additions since made to the list, but it is unavoidable that there
    may be many unintentional omissions:-. Hereinafter cited as OHS - Papers.
  3. [S2120] USGenWeb Project - Windham County, Vermont - ARLINGTON BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH, online USGenWeb Project - Windham County, Vermont - ARLINGTON BY REV. F. A. WADLEIGH. Hereinafter cited as ARLINGTON.

Jabez Hurd1

M, #10500, b. 12 March 1706/7, d. 1793
Last Edited29 Mar 2009
     Jabez was born on 12 March 1706/7.1 Jabez married Phoebe Burritt on 9 September 1727.1
     He died in 1793 in Arlington, Bennington County, Vermont, USA.1

Family

Phoebe Burritt b. 29 Jan 1707/8
Child

Citations

  1. [S681] Irva May Stewart, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/e/…. Hereinafter cited as FTM - Irva May Stewart.