Margaret Williams1

F, b. circa 1746, d. 30 April 1833
  • Birth*: circa 17461,2
  • Marriage*: circa 1771; Principal=George Yarian3
  • Death*: 30 April 1833; Mt Pleasant, Westmoreland, PA, USA1,4,5
  • Burial*: after 30 April 1833; Lucippa EUB Church, Westmoreland, PA4
  • Married Name: Yarian

Family: George Yarian b. 18 Oct 1733, d. Dec 1804

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.
  2. [S40] Douglas, RW&J, Kindred Konnections data.
  3. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick.
  4. [S40] Douglas, RW&J.
  5. [S115] Carl Bennett records.

John Jacob Yarian1

M, b. 1772
  • Birth*: 17721

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Elizabeth Yarian1

F, b. 1774, d. 1821
  • Birth*: 17741
  • Death*: 18211

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Susanna Yarian1

F, b. 1782
  • Birth*: 17821

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Maria Yarian1

F, b. 11 December 1784, d. 14 December 1863
  • Birth*: 11 December 1784; Westmoreland, PA, USA1,2
  • Marriage*: 21 October 1806; Fayette, PA, USA; Principal=George Brothers2
  • Death*: 14 December 1863; Laurelville, Fayette, PA, USA1,2
  • Married Name: 21 October 1806; Brothers2

Family: George Brothers

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.
  2. [S110] LDS Family Search Pedigree Resource File.

Matthias Irion1

M, b. 18 March 1703, d. May 1763
  • Birth: circa 1702; Pfalz, Bayern, Germany; possibly Palantine Region, Europe
    3,4
  • Birth: 19 March 1702; Talheim, Wuertemberg, Germany1
  • Baptism: March 1703; Talheim, Germany1,5
  • Birth*: 18 March 1703; Talheim, Tuttlingen, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany6
  • Marriage: circa 1730; Principal=Mary Magdelena3
  • Marriage*: 29 January 1731; Garben, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany; Principal=Maria Magdalena Pfister6,5
  • Marriage: 29 January 1731; Garben, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany; Principal=Mary Magdelena2
  • Death: 6 November 1761; Linn Twp, Northampton, PA, USA1
  • Burial*: circa 1763; Oley, PA, USA; Likely on his farm (now Keppel Burial Grounds) . . . the same cemetery as his son George Yerian.7
  • Death*: May 1763; Oley, Northampton, PA3,8,1
  • Name Variation: matthias yearian6
  • Name Variation: Mathias Jerion3
  • Immigration*: 11 October 1732; Philadelphia, PA, USA9,10
  • Note: 1 November 1732; Indenture, Oley, Westmoreland, PA, USA; (Carl Bennett) We always knew there was an indenture story in the family because it was told in an old county history. However, that story had it that the redemptioner was George Yerian. We knew that could not be true since he was born and raised in Pennsylvania. We could only speculate that maybe this was really a story about Matthias. Then my friend Margaret Sopp came across the indenture document itself by coincidence. This is really an extremely rare document to have. Not being recorded like wills or deeds they were usually destroyed on completion of their term. Lucky for us, this one found its way into an institute in Philadelphia.

    This is a good example of a document of that time on which capital J looks just like capital I. To our eyes, the name looks like Jrion, but it is meant to be Irion. Compare the sentence that says "in witness whereof they have interchangeably ...".

    Matthias is referred to as "late of Durlach in Germany" - our first clue as to where he had come from. Durlach is in the the Karlsruhe District on the Rhine. We can be sure that he and his wife would have traveled by river boat down the Rhine to where it met the sea and the emigrant ships at Rotterdam.1,11,12
  • Note*: 1744; Owned Property, Linn Twp, Lehigh, PA, USA13
  • Will*: 24 May 1763; Easton, PA, USA14

Family 1: Maria Magdalena Pfister b. c 25 May 1703

Family 2: Mary Magdelena b. c 1711, d. a 1773

Citations

  1. [S114] Rootsweb, Bowen, Williams Family History.
  2. [S106] Keenan Porter Family Tree.
  3. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathias Jerion FGR.
  4. [S40] Douglas, RW&J, Kindred Konnections data.
  5. [S115] Carl Bennett records, About the same time the indenture was discovered, we learned that a gentleman named Richard Mather of Kent, Ohio, had hired a genealogist to search German records for Matthias and had come up with his baptism, his marriage record, and the baptism of his first child, Eva.
    The later two were from Graben, which like Durlach, is in the Karlsruhe District on the Rhine. But Matthias' own baptism was from Talheim, a small village outside of the city of Tuttlingen on the Danube. We don't know why Matthias moved from the Danube to the Rhine, but if he was already thinking of coming to America it was a logical move, since the Rhine was the route to Rotterdam and the emigrant ships. It is fortunate that the marriage record gives his father as Heinrich Irion late of Talheim or it would have been hard to know if these records all belonged to the same Matthias Irion.
    Notice that on the Graben records there is a short line drawn across the stem of the first letter of the surname. This was one of the distinguishing marks of capital "I" in the old German script. However, in the Talheim record the "I" is dotted, which matches the style used by Matthias himself in writing his initials.
    There is no further record of Eva. If she was born and baptised the same day, she may not have been expected to live. Even if she did, few infants were able to survive the hardships and diseases of the emigrant ships. Nevertheless, Richard chose to believe that Eva was the same person named as Elizabeth in Matthias' will. I can't say that is impossible, but it does not seem to me the most likely scenario. I mention this because on some websites you may find it given that Elizabeth was born in 1731, and that is only because Richard identified her with Eva.
    Note also that some websites say Maria Magdalena's father was Jacob Andreas Pfister, but the marriage record says he was Conrad Pfister.
    The copies attached were obtained from microfilm at the library in Salt Lake City by Margaret Sopp. They are only partially translated because they are so hard to read, but the essentials are there.
  6. [S110] LDS Family Search Pedigree Resource File.
  7. [S115] Carl Bennett records.
  8. [S40] Douglas, RW&J.
  9. [S114] Rootsweb, Bowen, Williams Family History, Immigrated on Ship Pleasant from Rotterdam, Master James Morris.
  10. [S115] Carl Bennett records, Until about 8 years ago, the attached passenger lists were the earliest records of Matthias that I knew about. They explain a lot about the name and the confusion that developed about it.

    To begin with, Matthias was illiterate and could not write his name, which was Irion. He could only sign with his initials "MI" and other people wrote out his name for him according to what it sounded like to them. Of course, each person who did this came up with a different spelling. But what was worse than that, when later transcribers came along to prepare these lists for publication, they could not recognize this name or read the handwriting. Ignoring the evidence of the initials Matthias wrote, they took the first letter as a "J", as well as other errors. Many people even today who have seen these transcriptions think the name once began with "J", but it never did.

    Many other people, taking their clue from the "ian" ending believe that the name is of Armenian origin. That also is false.

    On list 27C the name was written "Ieryon", but the transcriber took it for "Jergon". The transcription of list 27B came out "Jurian", but it should have been "Iurian". I don't have the original handwriting for list 27A, but it is important for giving his age as 30 in 1732.

    By the 19th century the initial "I" and been replaced with "Y" and nearly all of his descendants were spelling the name either "Yerian", "Yerion", "Yearian", "Yarian", or "Yaryan". A few adopted "Yerigan", and a few later changed to Yearing or other variations they happened to like better. At least one man who changed complained he was tired of being called "Mr. Urine".

    The Yerigans came from Mathias' Grandson, also Mathias, who finally settled in Butler County, Ohio, but this line was by no means consistent in the spellings they chose.
  11. [S115] Carl Bennett records, Of course we already knew that Matthias arrived in Philadelphia on or about 11 Oct 1732, on the Ship Pleasant. Apparently passengers would arrive without paying for their passage. They would then remain onboard until someone could be found to pay the passage. . . and to whom the passenger would become indentured. The younger and stronger you were, the sooner someone would select you, pay for your passage, and get you off the boat, so to speak. So it looks like all the paperwork was done on Matthias in about two weeks. Not too bad!

    Notice, too, that David Kaufman, the man to whom Matthias was indentured, lived in Oley. We know our Matthias lived near there, as that is where son John George was baptized one year later.

    What's neat about this document is that it gives us the town in which Matthias was living in Germany: Durlach. While we were in SLC, Ken and I checked the Durlach baptismal, etc. records and while we did find two entries for individuals with the name of Irion, we did not find Matthias. We checked surrounding parishes as well. But perhaps we just didn't check the proper parish. Durlach is just southeast of Karlsruhe.
  12. [S116] Original Indenture, from Carl Bennett, German Immigrant Indenture
    From The Balch Institute in Philadelphia

    This Indenture made the first day of November in the year of our Lord one
    thousand seven hundred & thirty two. Witnesseth that Matthias Irion late
    of Durlach in Germany, for & in consideration of the sum of sixteen pounds
    & nineteen shillings lawfull money of Pennsylvania paid for his passage
    from Holland to Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania of his own
    free & voluntary consent doth bind himself a servant unto David Kaufman of
    Oley in ye County of Philada & province aforesaid to serve him his heirs
    execrs Adminrs or assigns from the day of the date hereof the full term of
    three years & nine months ~ ~ Thence next ensuing to be fully compleat &
    ended during all which sd. term the said servant his sd. master his heirs
    execrs adminrs or assigns during the sd. term of three years & nine months
    ~ ~ shall find & provide for the servant sufficient meat drink apparel
    washing & lodging fitting for a servant during the sd. term and after the
    expiration of the sd. term give the sd. servant two suits of apparrel one
    whereof to be new ~ and for the true performance of all & every the sd.
    covenants & agreements either of the sd. parties binds himself unto the
    other firmly by these presents. In witness whereof they have
    interchangeably herunto set their hands & seals dated the day & year first
    above
    written.
    David Kaufman

    Sealed & Delivered in the presence of us John Ashmead, junr, Henry Pastorius.
  13. [S114] Rootsweb, Bowen, Williams Family History, Owned his own plantation in a German district named Allemangel. The land is now Linn Township of Lehigh County, PA.
  14. [S115] Carl Bennett records, Here is the will of Matthias. Maybe you have already seen it, but maybe not in the original handwriting. This is one more document in which all the capital "I"s and capital "J"s look the same. The will is filed at Easton, PA, under "Jerion", but it really should be under "Ierion". Notice that Matthias signed with his initials exactly as he did the passenger lists nearly 30 years earlier. The clues to the birth order of his children are that George was the eldest son, Jacob was the only child still a minor, and Elizabeth was the older of the 2 girls.

    WILL:
    WILL OF MATHIAS IERION - PROBATED AT EASTON, PA, MAY 24, 1763
    In the name of God, Amen, it is to be remembered that I, Mathias Ierion of Linn Township in the County of Northampton and Province of Pennsylvania, yeoman being much indisposed of bodily health, yet through the mercy of the Lord of sound and perfect mind and memory, taking in consideration the uncertainty of this life, have therefore thought proper to dispose of my worldly estate by this my last will and testement in such manner and form as is herein after expressed. To say first of all, I will that all and singular my just debts and charges for my interment be well, truly, and fully paid. And in as much as I have already according to my station done pretty well for my eldest son, George Ierion, I give to him whom I likewise constitute, I give and bequeth to him in this my last will and testement my plantation. That I give to my son, George Ierion, to his heirs, with all buildings thereon, with the clear land and wood land and meadow land, and whatever belongs to the said plantation forever and ever. And likewise I give to him, my said son George Ierion, the new wagon and whatever belongs to the waggon, and one horse, one more, one plow, one harrow, one cow, two hefer, two calves, eight sheep, and as much bags as he uses to a load of wheat to bring to the market. And it is my further will and testement that my son George shall give me and my wife yearly and every year as long as we do live namely 12 bu of wheat, 18 bu rye, and that in meal, and he or his heirs shall deliver to us one fat swine - one hundred lbs of weight, not less - and 30 lbs of beef, one half acre of flax, one acre of buckwheat, one half acre of turnips, and he shall give us 5 lbs of good wool, and I and my wife shall have liberty to take two rows of apple trees in the orchard where we will, without any hinderance my wife shall have liberty to find some grass to feed her milk cows, and my son, George Ierion, shall give us as much straw as we have need for our creatures, and so long as we are alive. And he shall deliver sufficient firewood into our residence, and my milk cows shall have freedom to go with his milk cows, and my fat cattle shall also go with his fat cattle in fields or meadows, and he shall give to my wife, Magdalena Ierion, the sum of twenty shillings current money, and that so long as she is alive after my decease. And it is also my will that my son, George Ierion, shall build us a new house where we like it upon my plantation in a like manner and form that I and my wife live in it during our natural life. And his brother, Conrad Ierion, shall help him build the said house as much as he can. And my son, George Ierion, shall also build a stable for to put our cattle into, and so build that we can put the fodder in it for our cattle, and we will have liberty to take as much meadow with grass as we have need for our cattle. And the grass he shall mow, and deliver it dry to the stable, and that in the right time. And after the deceaseing of me or my wife, my son George shall only give the half part to the left one of all and everything whatsoever is mentioned. And all the household goods my wife shall to hereown self so long as she is alive, and at her end she may give it to whom she will. It is also my will and testement that my son, George Ierion, shall pay his eldest sister, Elizabeth Ierion, the sum of 30 pounds current money, and that in three yearly payments. And he shall also pay to my son, Jacob, the sum of fifty pounds current and lawful money, and to pay in four yearly payments. And my son, Jacob Ierion, shall stay by his brother, George Ierion, till he is 18 years of age, and George shall learn him his art, trade, or mastery. And at the end George shall give to Jacob one new weaving loom. And in the time that Jacob stays by George, he shall give him as much clothes as he uses. And it is further my will that my son Conrad Ierion shall have the plantation which I bought from George Ewig with all the appurtenances whatsoever belongs thereto for him and his heirs and assigns forever. But with this condition that he shall pay his sister, Susanna Ierion, the sum of thirty pounds current money, and that he shall pay in three yearly payments. Finally, I do nominate, constitute, and appoint my beloved wife, Magdalena Ierion, and my son, Conrad Ierion, executors of this my last will and testement. And I do hereby give, grant, and will unto said executorix and executor full power and authority to grant and convey above mentioned premises after my decease according to the tenor and direction hereof to any person or persons who shall purchase the same and their heirs forever in fee simple by all and every such lawful ways and means fit and necessary. Also I revoke and by force and virtue hereof annul and declare void all former wills whatsoever by me at any time heretofore made, and I declare this to be my last will and testement. In witness I have hereunto affixed my name and seal this 6th day of November, A.D. 1761.
    Signed, sealed and declared to be the last will and testement of the above named Matthias Ierion in our presence who at his request and in his presence witness there unto have subscribed our names

    Adam Romich
    David Beilman
    Martin (M) Romich.
  15. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathais Jerion FGR.

Mary Magdelena1

F, b. circa 1711, d. after 1773
  • Father: Andreas Jacob Pfister2
  • Mother: Maria Magdalene Weber2
  • Baptism: 25 May 1703; Herbolzheim, Mosbach, Baden, Germany2
  • Birth*: circa 17111
  • Marriage*: 13 July 1723; Principal=Andreas Bacher2
  • Marriage: circa 1730; Principal=Matthias Irion1
  • Marriage*: 29 January 1731; Garben, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany; Principal=Matthias Irion3
  • Death*: after 1773; Northampton, PA1
  • Name Variation: Mary Magdalena Pfister
  • Name Variation: Maria Madgalina4
  • Married Name: 13 July 1723; Bacher2
  • Married Name: 29 January 1731; Jerion1

Family 1: Andreas Bacher

  • Marriage*: 13 July 1723; Principal=Andreas Bacher2

Family 2: Matthias Irion b. 18 Mar 1703, d. May 1763

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathias Jerion FGR.
  2. [S110] LDS Family Search Pedigree Resource File.
  3. [S106] Keenan Porter Family Tree.
  4. [S40] Douglas, RW&J, Kindred Konnections data.
  5. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathais Jerion FGR.

Susanna Yerian1

F, b. 19 February 1741, d. 28 November 1805
  • Birth: 19 February 1741; Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA2
  • Birth*: 19 February 1741; Westmoreland, PA1
  • Baptism: 13 June 1741; Lehigh, PA, USA3
  • Marriage*: 1758; Greenwich, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Frederich Leiby4,2
  • Death*: 28 November 1805; Greenwich, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA1,2
  • Married Name: Leiby4

Family: Frederich Leiby b. c 1735, d. c 1817

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathias Jerion FGR.
  2. [S106] Keenan Porter Family Tree.
  3. [S115] Carl Bennett records, We have found baptismal transcriptions for 3 of the 5 children of Matthias and Maria Magdalena named in Matthias' will. All were badly misread and I have not seen the original handwriting for any of them. Replace g's with y's, J's with I's and make your own guess about the rest.

    George's is another case of Ieryan being read as Jergan. Since he was born just a year after Matthias arrived in America, he was presumably born on the Kauffman farm. As was common, he was given the same name as the baptismal sponsor or godfather, in this case someone named George Ohr. If you are interested you can find information on Rev. John Caspar Stoever by Googling him.

    Although Conrad's record is handwritten, it is not the original. It was copied in 1750 and is evidently an abbreviation of the original. Only 1 date is given instead of both birth and baptismal dates. I suspect this was the baptismal date, but the author of the book this was found in says it was the birth date. Also the sponsors' names are omitted, as was the baptismal first name. In a later record his name was given as George Conrad. This record is from St. Gabriel's Church which is said to be the oldest church in Berks County, dating from 1720. You can also find info by Googling St. Gabriels's Church, Berks County.

    Susanna's transcription gives her birthdate as February 19, 1741. But her gravestone says February 15, 1740. I have posted a photo of her gravestone on Find A Grave, at:
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
    but it is such a poor photo you can't read it at all. I hope to get a better one someday. The baptismal record is from Jordan Lutheran Church, Lehigh County, which can also be Googled.

    We know from Matthias' will that Elizabeth was older than Susanna, but we don't know whether she was older than Conrad. Jacob was clearly the youngest, the only one still a minor at the time, but we don't have a birthdate for him. He was confirmed in the church in 1768 which usually happens in the mid teens and he was a father by 1771.
  4. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Conrad Yerian1

M, b. circa 1743, d. after 1795
  • Marriage*: Principal=Mara Magdelena2
  • Baptism: 20 September 1737; Berks, PA, USA3
  • Birth*: circa 1743; Westmoreland, PA1
  • Death*: after 1795; Wythe, VA1

Family: Mara Magdelena

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathias Jerion FGR.
  2. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.
  3. [S115] Carl Bennett records, We have found baptismal transcriptions for 3 of the 5 children of Matthias and Maria Magdalena named in Matthias' will. All were badly misread and I have not seen the original handwriting for any of them. Replace g's with y's, J's with I's and make your own guess about the rest.

    George's is another case of Ieryan being read as Jergan. Since he was born just a year after Matthias arrived in America, he was presumably born on the Kauffman farm. As was common, he was given the same name as the baptismal sponsor or godfather, in this case someone named George Ohr. If you are interested you can find information on Rev. John Caspar Stoever by Googling him.

    Although Conrad's record is handwritten, it is not the original. It was copied in 1750 and is evidently an abbreviation of the original. Only 1 date is given instead of both birth and baptismal dates. I suspect this was the baptismal date, but the author of the book this was found in says it was the birth date. Also the sponsors' names are omitted, as was the baptismal first name. In a later record his name was given as George Conrad. This record is from St. Gabriel's Church which is said to be the oldest church in Berks County, dating from 1720. You can also find info by Googling St. Gabriels's Church, Berks County.

    Susanna's transcription gives her birthdate as February 19, 1741. But her gravestone says February 15, 1740. I have posted a photo of her gravestone on Find A Grave, at:
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
    but it is such a poor photo you can't read it at all. I hope to get a better one someday. The baptismal record is from Jordan Lutheran Church, Lehigh County, which can also be Googled.

    We know from Matthias' will that Elizabeth was older than Susanna, but we don't know whether she was older than Conrad. Jacob was clearly the youngest, the only one still a minor at the time, but we don't have a birthdate for him. He was confirmed in the church in 1768 which usually happens in the mid teens and he was a father by 1771.

Jacob Yerian1

M, b. circa 1744, d. circa 1814
  • Marriage*: Principal=Barbara Leiby2
  • Birth*: circa 1744; Westmoreland, PA1
  • Death*: circa 1814; Union, PA1

Family: Barbara Leiby d. c 1828

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathais Jerion FGR.
  2. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Elizabeth Yerian

F, b. circa 1745
  • Birth*: circa 1745

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Mathias Jerion FGR.

Frederich Leiby1

M, b. circa 1735, d. circa 1817
  • Birth*: circa 17351
  • Marriage*: 1758; Greenwich, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Susanna Yerian1,2
  • Death*: circa 18171
  • Name Variation: Johannes Federich Leiby2

Family: Susanna Yerian b. 19 Feb 1741, d. 28 Nov 1805

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.
  2. [S106] Keenan Porter Family Tree.

Barbara Leiby1

F, d. circa 1828
  • Married Name: Yerian1

Family: Jacob Yerian b. c 1744, d. c 1814

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Barbara Fossleman1

F, b. circa 1735, d. circa 1770
  • Birth*: circa 17351
  • Marriage*: circa 1756; Principal=George Yarian1
  • Death*: circa 17701
  • Married Name: Yarian1

Family: George Yarian b. 18 Oct 1733, d. Dec 1804

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Magdalena Yarian1

F, b. 1757, d. 1827
  • Birth*: 17571
  • Death*: 18271

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Fredrick Yarian1

M, b. 1762, d. 1840
  • Birth*: 17621
  • Death*: 18401

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Maria Barbara Yarian1

F, b. 1764, d. 1835
  • Birth*: 17641
  • Death*: 18351

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Dorothea Yarian1

F, b. 1766, d. 1846
  • Birth*: 17661
  • Death*: 18461

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Anna Christina Yarian1

F, b. 1768
  • Birth*: 17681

Citations

  1. [S29] Letter, Stuart Helmick, Stuart Helmick descendancy chart.

Effie Rose1

F, d. 18 December 1905
  • Father: George Rose2
  • Mother: Sarah (?)2
  • Marriage*: 20 April 1898; Principal=William R. Davies1,2
  • Death*: 18 December 1905; Corning, Steuben, NY1,2
  • Burial*: 21 December 1905; Hope Cemetery lot 687, Corning, Steuben, NY3
  • Married Name: Davies1

Family: William R. Davies b. 28 Jun 1872, d. 4 Apr 1941

Citations

  1. [S34] Communication, Jane King, JANEKING.DOC.
  2. [S36] Letter, Marion Springer.
  3. [S35] Hope Cemetery, Cemetery record copy page 74.
  4. [S34] Communication, Jane King, adopted child.

(?) Davies1

?

Citations

  1. [S34] Communication, Jane King, adopted child.

(?) Davies1

?, b. 23 October 1908, d. 23 October 1908
  • Death*: 23 October 1908; Steuben, NY1
  • BirthStill*: 23 October 1908; Steuben, NY; still born1

Citations

  1. [S35] Hope Cemetery, page 92, still born.

(?) Davies1

?, b. 13 May 1925, d. 5 June 1925
  • Birth*: 13 May 1925; Caton, Steuben, NY1
  • Death*: 5 June 1925; Caton, Steuben, NY1

Citations

  1. [S36] Letter, Marion Springer.

Eva Loretta Yarian1

F, b. 26 April 1901, d. 15 May 1967
  • Marriage*: Principal=Ancil Zenn Fox2
  • Marriage*: Principal=Homer Ray Ganshorn2
  • Birth*: 26 April 1901; Kosciusko, IN1
  • Death*: 15 May 1967; Murphy Hospital, Warsaw, IN1
  • Burial*: 17 May 1967; Stony Point Cemetery, Kosciuko, IN3
  • Married Name: Ganshorn2
  • Married Name: Fox2

Family 1: Homer Ray Ganshorn

  • Marriage*: Principal=Homer Ray Ganshorn2

Family 2: Ancil Zenn Fox b. 2 Sep 1896, d. 19 Dec 1950

Citations

  1. [S40] Douglas, RW&J, Information from Kindred Konnections record.
  2. [S40] Douglas, RW&J.
  3. [S40] Douglas, RW&J, from Kindred Konnections record.

Ancil Zenn Fox1

M, b. 2 September 1896, d. 19 December 1950
  • Marriage*: Principal=Eva Loretta Yarian1
  • Birth*: 2 September 1896; Milford, IN1
  • Death*: 19 December 1950; Etna Green, Kosciusko, IN1
  • Burial*: after 19 December 1950; Stony Point Cemetery, Kosciusko, IN1
  • Occupation*: Farmer1

Family: Eva Loretta Yarian b. 26 Apr 1901, d. 15 May 1967

Citations

  1. [S40] Douglas, RW&J.

Jonas WEED1,2

M, b. circa 1605, d. 7 November 1676
  • Birth*: circa 1605; Stanwick, Northhampton, England3,1
  • Marriage*: 1637; Wethersfield, Hartford, CT; Principal=Mary (.....)3,1
  • Death*: 7 November 1676; Stamford, Fairfield, CT4,1
  • Note*: 1630; Arrived on Arbella, settled at Watertown, MA2
  • Note: 18 May 1631; made freeman2
  • Note: circa 1635; Wethersfield, CT; a first settler of Wethersfield2
  • Note: 1641; Stamford, CT; a founder of Stamford2

Family: Mary (.....) d. 10 Mar 1689

  • Marriage*: 1637; Wethersfield, Hartford, CT; Principal=Mary (.....)3,1

Citations

  1. [S69] Gedcom, e-mail address.
  2. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 652.
  3. [S46] Unknown author, Southern Weeds and Allied Families.
  4. [S47] Unknown author, Ancestral Search.
  5. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 653.

Mary (.....)1

F, d. 10 March 1689
  • Marriage*: 1637; Wethersfield, Hartford, CT; Principal=Jonas WEED2,1
  • Death*: 10 March 1689; Stamford, Fairfield, CT2,1,3
  • Married Name: WEED1

Family: Jonas WEED b. c 1605, d. 7 Nov 1676

Citations

  1. [S69] Gedcom, e-mail address.
  2. [S46] Unknown author, Southern Weeds and Allied Families.
  3. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 652.
  4. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 653.

Daniel WEED1,2

M, b. 1652, d. 29 November 1697
  • Birth*: 1652; Stamford, Fairfield, CT3,1,4
  • Marriage*: circa 1673; Rye, Westchester, NY; Principal=Ruth (.....)5,6
  • Death*: 29 November 1697; Stamford, Fairfield, CT7,1

Family: Ruth (.....) d. 1 Apr 1714

Citations

  1. [S69] Gedcom, e-mail address.
  2. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 652.
  3. [S46] Unknown author, Southern Weeds and Allied Families.
  4. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 654.
  5. [S62] Clarence Almon Torrey, New Eng. Marr. Prior to 1700.
  6. [S47] Unknown author, Ancestral Search, 4.
  7. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 653.

Ruth (.....)1

F, d. 1 April 1714
  • Marriage*: circa 1673; Rye, Westchester, NY; Principal=Daniel WEED2,3
  • Marriage*: 25 July 17054,1
  • Marriage: 29 January 17084,1
  • Death*: 1 April 17145,1
  • Married Name: CLAPP1
  • Name Variation: Mary6
  • Married Name: WEED1
  • Married Name: FERRIS1

Family: Daniel WEED b. 1652, d. 29 Nov 1697

  • Marriage*: circa 1673; Rye, Westchester, NY; Principal=Daniel WEED2,3

Citations

  1. [S69] Gedcom, e-mail address.
  2. [S62] Clarence Almon Torrey, New Eng. Marr. Prior to 1700.
  3. [S47] Unknown author, Ancestral Search, 4.
  4. [S57] Unknown author, Weed genealogy W. Palm Beach.
  5. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families.
  6. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 653.
  7. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 654.

Abraham WEED1

M, b. 18 August 1680, d. 26 December 1711
  • Birth*: 18 August 1680; Stamford, Fairfield, CT3,4
  • Marriage*: 11 April 1706; Stamford, Fairfield, CT; Principal=Susannah BELL5,1
  • Death*: 26 December 1711; Stamford, Fairfield, CT4,1

Family: Susannah BELL b. 25 Dec 1686, d. 23 Nov 1756

Citations

  1. [S69] Gedcom, e-mail address.
  2. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families, page 654.
  3. [S47] Unknown author, Ancestral Search, 4.
  4. [S50] Donald Lines Jacobus, Old Fairfield Families.
  5. [S54] Unknown author, Edward Franklin Weed notebook.