GENEALOGY

OF THE

STOKES FAMILY,

DESCENDEND FROM

THOMAS AND MARY STOKES


WHO SETTLED IN
BURLINGTON COUNTY, N.J.




COMPILED FROM NOTES OF THE LATE

George Haines, M.D., of Medford, N.J.
Hon. Charles Stokes, of Rancocas, N.J.
And other Members of the Family


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WITH SOME ADDITIONS BY THE COMPILER,

RICHARD HAINES,

MEDFORD, N.J.

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CAMDEN, N.J.
SINNICKSON CHEW & SONS COMPANY, PRINTERS
1903




CREDIT GIVEN.
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Notes of the late George Haines, MD., of Medford, N.J.
Notes of the late Charles Stokes, of Rancocas, N.J.
Notes of Rebecca S. Evans, of Haddonfield, N.J.
Notes of Charles H. Engle, of Mt. Holly, N.J.
Notes of Charles Stokes, of Beverly, N.J.
Notes of Howard Parry, of Riverton, N.J.
Notes of Franklin T. Haines, M.D. of Riverton, N.J.
Notes of N. Newlin Stokes, M.D. of Moorestown, N.J.
Notes of Isaac W. Stokes, of Medford, N.J.
Notes of Mary C. Tash, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Notes of Alice R. Mulford, of Newark, N.J.
Notes of George P. Stokes, of Woodbury, N.J.
Notes of Sarah N. Haines, of Mt. Holly, N.J.
Notes of James W. Deacon, of Mt. Holly, N.J.
Notes of Rebecca S. Stackhouse of Medford, N.J.
Notes of Eva Thomas, of Medford, N.J.
Notes of John Kirkbride, of Medford, N.J.
Notes of Sarah Williams, of Philadelphia
Notes of Phebe Stokes, of Rancocas, N.J.
Notes of Amanda M. Leeds, of Medford, N.J.
Notes of William Worth Stokes of Dayton, Ohio
Notes of A. M. Stackhouse, M.D. of Maple Shade, N.J. from Asa Matlack's records
Notes of Clayton Conrow, of Cinnaminson, N.J.
Notes of Hon. Henry J. Irick, of Vincentown, N.J. and others. And I have had recourse to Records and Biographical History, which have enabled me to make corrections (as alluded to in this Introduction) in what has been given me by the family.

R.H.









Dedication
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To all who have aided me in acquiring information in the preparation of this work, this volume is dedicated.

R. H.







Introduction


The late George Haines, M.D., of Medford, N.J., commenced the collection of genealogical notes of different families in the early twenties of the last century, when he began to practice medicine, and settled in what was at that date Evesham Township; considerable of which was obtained from persons then living, which otherwise would not have been obtainable at this time.
The bulk of the work is from his notes, and his earnest desire that his notes might be preserved in book shape for the benefit of the generations that would follow has induced the compiler to offer to the public the genealogy of the Stokes family.
The compiler has endeavored to collect what could be had from the family, together with what he could conveniently get from records and other sources, to make the work as complete as he possible could in all the branches. He has found from records that some information given him is incorrect, and has corrected it. There may still be some errors unknown to the compiler, which in a work of this kind are generally found, yet upon the whole, the work will be found to compare favorable with other similar genealogies in that respect.
The average reader of the present day has but a very indefinite idea of the difficulties encountered in the preparation of a work of this character as to its correctness.
We offer the work, such as it is, with its defects and limitations, and trust that it may, with the same fraternal spirit in which it is offered, meet the approval of a generous public.

Medford, N.J., 7th mo., 1st, 1903

R.H,




Explanatory Notes.

The arrangement of the work is by generations, and the names of the children in each generation, who married, are carrried forward as the parents in the following generation.

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The small numerals placed at the head of each name denote the generation to which each individual belongs, counting from Thomas Stokes, the progenitor of the family as number one,. They also denote the person carrying the Stokes blood.

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The abreviations are b., born; d., died; m., married; dau., daughter; bro., brother; p., page; S.P. sine prole, without issue.

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Dates, as to the months, previous to the N.S., that are given in numbers, are unknown to the compiler, as he has given them as they were on the notes.

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In tracing the trunk-line of ancestry of anyone, or of a family, it will be readily done by following back from generation to generation the page numbers on the margin, set opposite to the parents of each and every family.

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The ancestry of persons who have married into the different families-whenever their ancestry could be traced-will be found to follow each family into which such person or persons have married.
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An interrogation (?) following a name, or sentence, indicates that the writer is not certain as to the correctness of the name or sentence, either by himself or his informant.
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The index includes the seventh generation and a part of the eighth. The balance of the eighth and the ninth will be readily found from the index of the parents.




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Stokes Family


Marriages from English Records.
For Stokes records from London/Middlesex Quarterly Meeting of Friends, click here.
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A copy of the marriages of the Stokeses, solemnized at the various meetings of Friends in England, as taken by the Hon. John Clement, of Haddonfield, N.J., in 1871, from the Registers at the Devonshire House, Bishops Gate street, London.
Beginning with Thomas, the earliest ancestor in America to wit;

London and Middlesex
Thomas Stokes to Mary Bernard in 1668
John Stokes to Annie Barber in 1676
Joseph Stokes to Ruth Hall in 1695
Mary Stokes to Samuel Lovett in 1673
Richard Stokes to Rebecca Jenney in 1686
Elizabeth Stokes to John Miller in 1693

HERTFORDSHIRE, WORCESTER and Wales.
George Stokes to Mary Simonds in 1702

Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
William Stokes to Susan Shelly in 1675
William Stokes to Sarah Moody in 1670
Richard Stokes to Abigail Hayward in 1671
William Stokes to Elizabeth Nanway in 1709
Margarett Stokes to John Smith in 1714
Mary Stokes to Robert Dudley in 1777.

Bristol and Somerset.
Richard Stokes to Mary Hurfin in 1668

Dorset and Hampshire
Joseph Stokes to Grace Jupe in 1689

Essex
Mary Stokes to John Perry in 1695
James Stokes to Mary Sebills in 1677
Hannah Stokes to Isaac Bassett in

There were no marriages of the name Stokes found on the records of the following meetings, which were also examined: Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Essex, Surrey, Yorkshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Durham, Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, Buckinghamshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire, Cornwall, Cumberland and Northumberland, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, Devonshire, Lincolnshire, Lancashire, Norfolk and Norwich, Suffolk, and Westmoreland.




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From Burke's standard work of the landed gentry of Great Britain, this family is of Norman origin, and claims to be a branch of the ancient and illustrious house of Montespedon, now believed to be extinct in Normandy.
From old documents it appears that its ancestors must have come to England after the conquest, when honors and possessions were assigned to them.
Their history, however is not uninterrupted by times, until the time of Edward II, when we find by records in the Tower, that Sir Adam De Stokke was seized of the manor of Stokke, Rustaball and Wiltshire.
Thomas, his eldest son, held the manor of Sendee with other lands in Wiltshire, and Roger, his second son, the manors of Wolshall, Sanarnagrit and Hungerford, in the same county. The later Roger, with his father, Sir Adam, were interred in the church of Great Bedwin, to which they had been benefactors, where their monuments and effigies are still to be seen. John, a descendant of Thomas, represented the county in Parliment in the time of Charles II. In the reign of Elizabeth, we find the Stockys (the first change in the orthography of the name) erected the chapel or church of Sendee, and lies there interred. In the fifteenth century, Cristopher Stokes (when the name finaly changed) held the manors of Stanhawes and other lands in Gloucestershire. Edward Stokes held part of the manor of Fetherton and lands at Langley Burrell in Gloucestershire later. John Stokes held the manor of Stanhawes Court, Cardington, with other lands in the same county about A.D. 1700.
Richard Stokes, of Caln Castle, Wiltshire, held considerable possessions in the counties of Gloucestershire and Buckinghamshire. Some of the family enjoyed lands in Sussex and Kent, and within the last fifty years possessed considerable proerty in the counties of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Warwick. The arms of the Stokes family-A lion rampant, doubled Gnewed erm Crest. A dove with wings expanded; in the mouth an olive branch, all ppr. Motto: Fertis qui insons.







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Thomas Stokes, the immedite progenitor of the Stokes family in America, was a contemporary of George Fox, the religious reformer and founder of the Society of Friends', and of William Penn, who was associated with the trustees of Edward Byllinge, the original proprietor of New Jersey, the founder of the Province of Pennsylvania. He was sixteen years younger than the former, and four years older than the latter; a convert to their religious doctrines and toleration, with the largest liberty for individual belief; but like all pioneers and propagandists desiring to avoid prosecution, and seeking new fields of labor, he concluded to remove to the colonies of America, and seek his fortune on this continent.

His brother John, of London, having large interests in proprietary rights bordering on the Northampton River, he settled on a part of the tract conveyed to him by his brother. This conveyance of John to his brother Thomas is said to be the only portion of his proprietary interest ever disposed of in any way by him, and was no doubt the whole location. Thomas located three hundred acres of land fronting on the northerly side of the Northampton River, and a portion of the tract remains in the family, having passed down from father to son by will.

Thomas Stokes was a man of influence, and took a very active part in the affairs of the colony. We find from the records of the colony that he served on the first grand jury held in Burlington County.

His wife dying in 1699, "(correction 1, click here) he removed to Waterford Township, Gloucester County, and resided there with his son Thomas until his death, in mo., the 11th, 1720. On January 21st, 1719, he conveyed the tract of land he purchased of his brother John to Abraham Hewlings, Jr., which deed is of record in the Secretary's office, in Trenton, New Jersey. He left a will dated October the thirteenth, 1719, which shows that he had but five children-three sons and two daughters. (See his will, pages 9 and 10) The personage frequently spoken of by the family, supposedly as the son of Thomas Stokes the first, and so mentioned in Judge Clement's "First Emigrant Settlers, " who settled in North Carolina, was Benjamin Stokes, the son of Thomas Stokes the second, and so mentioned in his will. (correction 2, click here)




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Thomas Stokes, of Lower Shadwell, and Mary Bernard of Stepney, were married the 30th day of the 10th month, 1668, Westbury Street Friends' Meeting, London. They belonged to Devonshire House Meeting.
Thomas and his family sailed for America in the ship "Kent," and arrived at New Castle 6th month, 1677, proceeded to Burlington, West New Jersey, and settled on a tract of land containing one hundred sixty-two and a half acres. The deed for the same was from his brother, John Stokes, of Wentworth street, London, who was a biscuit baker, etc., who owned a great many acres of land in Northhampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Thomas named the location Stokingham. He was one of the signers of the laws and concessions of West New Jersey. To see a list of the signers, click here.



1Thomas Stokes married 10-30, 1668, Mary Bernard.
Children were-
2Sarah, b.               m. 1693, Benjamin Moore
2Mary, b.                m. 1696, John Hudson
2John, b. 1675;          m. 1712, Elizabeth Green
2Joseph, b.              m.      Judith Lippincott, 1stwife.
                         m.      Ann Haines (widow), 2d wife.
2Thomas, b. 1682;        m. 1704, Deliverance Horner, 1st wife.
                         m. 1715, Rachel Wright, 2d wife.

Thomas deceased 7-11,1720
Mary, his wife deceased 1699



Benjamin Moore, who married 2Sarah Stokes, came from Birmingham, Lincolnshire, England, to New Jersey, and was the progenitor of the Moore family. He is said to have been the largest land-holder in New Jersey. Moorestown derives its name from him.



Elizabeth Green (known as Lady Green, the wife of 2John Stokes, was the dau. of Thomas Green and Elizabeth, and granddaughter of Arthur Green, of Bug Brook, a Parish of England., county of Northhampton. She came to America with Dr. Daniel Wills, whose care she was placed in by her father. She had two brothers-John and Thomas. Her father was displeased




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with her marriage to John Stokes and disinherited her. Her brother John came to America at the instance of her father, and took charge of her father's interest and investments in New Jersey.



Judith Lippincott, the first wife of 2Joseph Stokes was the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis.
Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, who came from Stonehouse, a Parish of England, in Devonshire, and were the progenitors of the Lippincott family in New Jersey. They first settled in Massachusetts in 1639, and returned to England in 1652, and in 1670 came to America the second time, and settled at Shrewsbury, New Jersey.



Ann Haines (widow), the second wife of 2Joseph Stokes, was the dau. of John Ashard, and widow of John Haines, the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Jonathan Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a Parish of England, in the county of Northampton.



Will of 1Thomas Stokes

I, Thomas Stokes, of Waterford, in ye county of Gloster and Province of New Jersey, being weak of body but of sound mind, Praised be God, and being willing to settle in order all my concerns in this world, Do make and constitute this my Last Will and Testament in manner following, herby revoking and making Null and Void all former and other Wills, and Wills Testament and Testaments by me heretofore made, and I do declare this to be my Will and Testament, Recommending my Soule to God and my body to be buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter mentioned. Imprimis-I give and bequeath unto Mary Stokes, the daughter of my son, John Stokes, 7 pounds and 10 shillings money according to our late Queen Royal's proclamation, to be paid her



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when she shall arrive at the age of 18 years or be married, or which shall happen first, and if it happens that she dies before married or comes to that age, that then the legacy given to her shall go to her next oldest sister. I give and bequeath unto Lydia Stokes, the eldest daughter of my son, Thomas Stokes, my bed and beding and Furniture thereunto belonging, and if she happens to die before she be married, then this said legacie to go to Deliverance Stokes, daughter of my said son, Thomas Stokes. Item-I give unto Joseph Stokes son of my aforesaid son Thomas Stokes a new strait bodied coat. Item-I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph Stokes one mare and all my wearing apparel except ye coat before given to my grandson Joseph Stokes. Item-I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Stokes my pair of oxen and all other my horned cattle. Item-I give unto my daughter Sarah my grate Bible. I do also appoint nominate constitute and make my son John Stokes my executor of this my last Will and Testament, and after my debts be paid if any be, and my Funeral charges defrayed, all the above legacies mentioned discharged according to the true intent and meaning of this my last Will, I do give and bequeath all the remainder of my money unto my sons John Stokes and Joseph Stokes and Thomas Stokes and to my two daughters Sarah and Mary to be equally divided among all them five.

In Witness Whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal this thirteenth day of October Anno Domino 1719.

Thomas Stokes [SEAL]

Signed Delivered Published and declared by the Testator above said as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of US Hannah Wright, James Childs, John Kay.
Proved before Isaac Secour Surrogate on the 9th day of April 1720, and probate sealed last of May 1720.
Recorded in Book 2 of Wills, page 138 in the office of the Prerogative Court, at Trenton, New Jersey.




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2Sarah Stokes, dau. of 1Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, m. Benjamin Moore, who came from Birmingham, Lincolnshire, England, and was the progenitor of the Moore family.
Children were-      Link to Parents
3John, b.              ; died unmarried.
3Benjamin, b.          ; m. 1730 Rebecca Fenimore, 1st;
                         m. 1754 Mary Allen (widow) 2d.
3Thomas b.             ; m. Miriam Ridgway.
3Joseph, b.            ; m. Patience Woolman
3Samuel b.,            ; m. Abigail Evans.
3Sarah, b.             ; m. Michael Mills.
3Elizabeth b.          ; m. John Collins (3d wife).
3Dorothy, b.  
3Mary, b. ; m. Abraham Hewlings.

Sarah died and Benjamin married Mercy Newberry. No issue by 2d marriage. Benjamin deceased in 1754.



Rebecca Fenimore, the wife of 3Benjamin Moore, was the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family.



Patience Woolman (born 10-27-1718), the wife of 3Joseph Moore, was the dau. of Samuel Woolman and Elizabeth. Samuel was the son of John Woolman, the progenitor of the Woolman family, and Elizabeth Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitor of the Borton family, who came from the Parish of Anyhoe, in Northamptonshire, England.



John Collins, who married3Elizabeth Moore, was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, who came from London (bricklayer), son of Edward Collins and Mary, of Oxfordshire, England, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey.



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2Mary Stokes, dau. of 1Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, m. John Hudson, son of _______
Children were-      Link to Parents
3Mary, b.                     m. John Eves (correction 3)
Unable to trace this family any further.


John Eves, who married 3Mary Hudson, was the son of Thomas Eves and Hannah______, his first wife. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of that family, who came from London and settled at Burlington, New Jersey.



2John Stokes, son of 1Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, m. Elizabeth Green, dau. of Thomas Green and Elizabeth.
Children were -      Link to Parents
3John, Jr.  b. 5-16, 1713; m. 1740 Hannah Stogdelle, b. 1718.
3Mary, b.                ; m. 1734, Edward Mullen.
3Elizabeth, b.           ; m. Richard Blackham.
3Sarah, b.               ; m. Isaac Rogers 



2Joseph Stokes, son of 1Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, m. Judith Lippincott, dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis.
Children were-      Link to Parents
3Samuel, b. 7-16, 1711;   m. 1741 Hannah Hinchman.
3Hannah b. 3-2, 1713;     m. 1733, Thomas Cole, 1st 
                             John Goslin, 2nd.
3Mary, b. 9-4,1715;          died in minority.
3Martha, b. 1-8,1718;     m. 1737, Mathew Allen.
3Rebecca, b. 1-28, 1720;  m. 1741, Joshua Roberts
3Judith, b. 4-20,1722;    m. 1746, William Allen.
3Bathsheba, b. 9-13,1724; m. 1745, Isaac Evans.
3Nathan, b. 7-14,1728
3Joseph, b. 1-22,1739;    m. 1757 Atlantic Bispham
3Mary 2d, b. 3-10,1732;   m. 1758 Joseph Morgan (3d wife)
Judith died 6-22,1745 and 2Joseph married Ann Haines, widow of John Haines, and dau. of John Ashard.
3John, b.           ;     m. Mary Hatkinson.
3Thomas,           ;      m. Mary Chambers.
3Elizabeth         ;      m. Isaac Rogers.
Joseph deceased in 1760; Ann deceased 4,10,1796.




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Isaac Evans, who married 3Bathsheba Stokes, was the son of Isaac Evans and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Isaac Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a Parish in Northamptonshire, England. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey, who came from Wales, England and settled at Evesham Mount, and lived in a cave in the Mount, until a house was erected. Elizabeth was an eminent minister in the Society of Friends.



Joshua Roberts, who married 3Rebecca Stokes, was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor above. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.



Joseph Morgan, who married 3Mary Stokes, was the son of Alexander Morgan and Hannah Cooper, the dau. of Joseph Cooper and Lydia Riggs (who was of Irish parentage). Joseph was the son of William Cooper and Margaret, the proginitors of the Cooper family. Alexander Morgan, was the son of Griffith Morgan, the progenitor of that family, who came from Wales, England, and Elizabeth Cole, the widow of Samuel Cole, the progenitor of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England.



Hannah Hinchman, the wife of 3Samuel Stokes, was the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr. and Sarah________, his first wife. (All of his children were by the first wife.) John Jr., was the son of John Hinchman, the progenitor of that family, and Sarah Harrison, (correction 4) the dau. of Samuel Harrison, the progenitor of the




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Harrison family, who came from England and settled on Long Island. John Hinchman, Jr's second wife was Elizabeth Smith, (correction 4) widow of Isaac Smith, and dau. of James Norris and Sarah Kay, and granddaughter of John Kay, the progenitor of the Kay family in New Jersey, and son of Garvis Kay, of Holmfourth, Yorkshire, England, who was a descendant of Sir Kaye, a noted Briton and Baronet of Woodsome, in Yorkshire.



Thomas Cole, the first husband of 3Hannah Stokes, was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary Budd, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England.



Atlantic Bispham, the wife of 3Joseph Stokes, was the dau. of Joshua Bispham and Martha, and was born upon the Atlantic Ocean. She was named by the Captain of the vessel, was was given by him a costly dress when she arrived at womanhood.



2Thomas Stokes, son of 1Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, m. Deliverance Horner, dau. of Isaac Horner and Lydia, 1704. (addition 2)
Children were-      Link to Parents
3Hannah, b. 5, 1705;        died in minority
3Joseph, b. 5-12, 1706
3Benjamin, b. 11-27, 1707;  went to North Carolina (Correction 2)
3Lydia, b. 5-13, 1710;       m. 1734, Samuel Haines
3Thomas, b. 9-5, 1711;       m. 1741, Abigail Matlack.
3Deliverance, b. 7-18, 1713; m.          , Darling Conrow
Deliverance died and 2Thomas married Rachel Wright, dau. of Job Wright and Rachel, of Westbury, New York, 7th month 1st, 1715 (addition 2)
Children were-
3Joshua, b. 4-6, 1716;       m. 10-10, 1741, Amy Hinchman
3Rachel, b. 8-15, 1717;      m. 9-7,1734, John Cowperthwait
3Job, b. 8-15,1717.
3Hannah, b. 4-26, 1719;      m. Benjamin Pine




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3Jacob, b. 1-21, 1721;       m. 1749, Priscilla Ellis.
3Kesiah, b. 11-25, 1723;     m. 1750, Joseph Browning
3 John, b. 9-1, 1724;        m. 1751, Ann Champion (widow)
3 Rosanna, b. 3-2, 1728;     m. 3-18, 1748, Samuel Collins. 
Thomas deceased 11-7-,1736
Rachel, his wife, deceased 12-18, 1741



Samuel Haines, who married 3Lydia Stokes, was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the Parish of Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England.



Amy Hinchman, the wife of 3Joshua Stokes, was the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., (correction 4) and Sarah, his wife. John, Jr., was the son of John Hinchman, the progenitor of the Hinchman family, who was a resident of Flushing, Long Island, in the year 1675, and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitor of the Harrison family.(See correction 4)



John Cowperthwait, who married 3Rachel Stokes, was the son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams. John was the son of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, who came to Long Island from the north of England. Hugh was a tailor by trade, and a schoolmaster, by which he saved some means. He was said to be a minister in the society of Friends.



Samuel Collins, who married 3Rosanna Stokes, was the son of Samuel Collins and Abigail Ward. Samuel was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey.



3Benjamin Stokes, the third child of 2Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, went to North Carolina, (correction 2) and we have not been able to get any definite or authentic account of his




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marriage or descendants. Yet there are a number of the Stokes family in the South that cannot be traced to any other branch of the family, which would seem to confirm the supposition that he married and left descendants.



3Benjamin Moore, son of 2Sarah Stokes and Benjamin Moore, m. Rebecca Fenimore, dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah __________
Children were-     Link to Parents
3Keturah, b. 12-15, 1731;   m. Thomas Eayer.
3Hannah, b. 7-2, 1734;      died unmarried
3John, b. 918,1736;         m. Hannah Eayre 2st
                            m. Sarah ______ 2d
3Mary, b. 12-24, 1738;      died unmarried.
3Bethuel, b. 1-14, 1741;    m. Martha Allen.
3Benjamin, 2-17, 1743;      m. Sarah Ballinger, 1st
                            m. Mary Butcher, 2d.
3Joshua, b. 6-3, 1746;      m. Rachel Ballinger _______ b. 7-9, 1748
3Rebecca, b. 8-15, 1757;    died unmarried.
Rebecca died and Benjamin married Mary Allen, widow of John Allen.
No children of the second marriage.



Thomas Eayre and Hannah Eayre, who married 3 Keturah and 3John Moore, were the children of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg, Jr. and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. John Hugg Jr., was the son of John Hugg, the progenitor of the Hugg family, who came from Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Eayre was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family.



3Thomas Moore, son of 2Sarah Stokes and Benjamin Moore, m. Miriam Ridgway, dau. of ____ ____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Hannah, b.               ;m. Jermiah Warder.
4Rebecca, b.              ;m., Abraham Lippincott.
4Katherine, b.            ;m., _______   _________



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4Sarah, b.                ;m., Joseph Buttterworth.
4Mariam, b.               ;m., Dr. Benjamin Say.
4Thomas, b.               ;m., _______________
4Job, b.,                 ;m., Mary Lippincott



Abraham Lippincott and Mary Lippincott, who married 4Rebecca and 4Job Moore, were the children of Joseph Lippincott and Rebecca Coate. Joseph was the son of Jacob Lippincott and Mary Burr. Jacob was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a Parish in Devonshire, England.


3Joseph Moore, son of Sarah Stokes and Benjamin Moore, m. Patience Woolman, dau. of Samuel Woolman and Elizabeth.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Mary, b. 8-3,1740;        m. John Mason (2d wife)
4Elizabeth, b. 7-13, 1744; m. John Mason (1st wife)
4Patience, b. 11-8, 1750;  m. Joseph Vainey
4Uriah, b. 11-8, 1753;        died unmarried.
4Jona, b. 4-6, 1758;          died unmarried.
4Cyrus, b. 12-3, 1760;     m. Mary Austin
4John, b.                  m. Bathsheba Ballinger.



Mary Austin, the wife of 4Cyrus Moore, was the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family, who came from the Parish of Aynhoe, in Northamptonshire, England.


3Elizabeth Moore, dau. of 2Sarah Stokes and Benjamin Moore, m. John Collins, son of Francis Collins and Mary (Budd) Goslin (second wife).
John's children were-     Link to Parents
4Sybilla, b.                m., Samuel Gaskill




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4Susannah, b.               m., 1737 Daniel Garwood
4John b.                    m.,          Patience _______
4Francis, b.                m.,           Ann Haines, 1st
                            m.,           Elizabeth _____ 2d
4Joseph                     m.,           Diana Prickitt
4Priscilla, b.              m.,           Joseph Evans.
4Charity b.                 m.,           Charles Kain
4Sarah b.,                  m.,           Samuel Bates.
4Mary, b.                   m.,           James Budd.
The foregoing children were by the two former wifes of John Collins and following by 3d wife-
4Elizabeth, b.              m.,            Samuel Hugg, Robert Friend Price and Daniel Smith.



Daniel Garwood, who married 4Susannah Collins, was the son of Thomas Garwood and Margaret, the progenitors of the Garwood family.



Joshua Evans, who married4Priscilla Collins, was the son of Thomas Evans and Rebecca Owen, his second wife. Thomas was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey, who came from Wales, England, and settled at Evesham Mount, Burlington County, New Jersey.


3Mary Hudson, dau. of Mary Stokes and John Hudson, (correction 3) m. John Eves, son of Thomas Eves and Hannah ________, 1st wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Mary, b.                   m., Thomas Middleton
4John Hudson, b. 



3John Stokes Jr., son of 2John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, m. Hannah Stogdelle, dau. of Jervis Stogdell and Mary _________.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Mary b. 8-16, 1745;        m.    Isaac Newton
4John, b. 6-22, 1747;       m.    Susanna Newton 
4David, b., 11-12, 1751;    m.    Ann Lancaster.
4Jarvis, b., 11-10,1753;    m.    Elizabeth Rogers.
4Hannah, b., 10-12, 1756;   m.    Jacob Haines, 1st
                                     George Browning 2nd.




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4Elizabeth, b. 4-31, 1759;   m.    George French.
4Rachel, b. 2-2, 1765;       m.    Joseph Hackney.
John deceased 8-24, 1798
Hannah deceased 6-16, 1790.



Ann Lancaster, born 1749, the wife of 4David Stokes, was the dau. of John Lancaster and Elizabeth Barlow, who was of Welsh ancestry. John was the son of Thomas Lancaster and Phebe Wordell. Thomas was the son of James Lancaster and Lydia of England.



Jacob Haines, who married 4Hannah Stokes, was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner (See page 14). Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family in New Jersey.



3Samuel Stokes, son of 2Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, 1st wife, m. Hannah Hinchman, dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., and Sarah, 1st wife. (correction 4)
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Elizabeth, b.                m. 1768, B. Coate, 1st.
                              m.       Dr. De Bennville, 2nd.
4Joseph, b.                   m.       Abigail Foster.
4Samuel b.                    m.       Sarah Ellis
4Hannah b.                    m.       Ephraim Haines.
4Judith, b.                   m.       Nathan Middleton
4Sarah, b.                    m. 1774, Thomas Gill
4Mary, b.                     m.       John Wilkins
4John H., M.D.                m.       Ann Evans
Samuel deceased in 1781
Hannah deceased 5-24, 1793



Ephraim Haines, who married 4Hannah Stokes, was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Ann Ashard. Nehemiah was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family.



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William came from Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire, England, in the ship "Kent" with Thomas Olive and Dr. Daniel Wills; and Mary Hancock came with her brother Timothy from Brayles, Warwickshire, England, in the ship "Paradise" in 1681. Jonathan Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family in New Jersey.



Thomas Gill, who married 4Sarah Stokes, was the son of John Gill and Amy Davis, dau. of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem County, New Jersey. David was the son of John Davis, the progenitor of the family, who came from Wales, England. John Gill was the son of John Gill and Mary Heritage, the dau. of Joseph Heritage and Hannah Allen. Joseph was the son of Richard Heritage, the progenitor of that family who came from Brayes, Warwickshire, England.



Ann Evans, the wife of 4John H. Stokes, M.D., was the dau. of Isaac Evans and Bathsheba Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, his first wife, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedon was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard (See Page 8). Isaac Evans was the son of Isaac Evans and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor of that family, of Burlington, New Jersey. Isaac was the son of Thomas Evans and dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family, who came from Wales England.



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3Rebecca Stokes, dau. of 2Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, 1st wife, m. Joshua Roberts, son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4John, b.                   m.        Phebe Andrews
4Samuel, b.                 m.        Elizabeth Shute
4Rebecca, b.                m.        Hugh Cowperthwait
4William, b.                m.        Elizabeth Grinslade
4Joseph, b.                 m.        Susannah Cole
4Joshua, b.                 m.        died unmarried



Hugh Cowperthwait, who married 4Rebecca Roberts, was the son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary. Thomas was the son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams. John was the son of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, the progenitors of the Cowperthwait family, who came to Long Island from the North of England. (Hugh married the second time, Elizabeth _________ , but his children were by the first wife.


Susannah Cole, the wife of 4Joseph Roberts, was the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, amd Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Thomas Kendall was a bricklayer by trade, and accumulated considerable estate. He came from England with Dr. Daniel Wills, and was the progenitor of the Kendall family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England.


3Bathsheba Stokes, dau. of 2Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, 2st wife, m. Isaac Evans, son of Isaac Evans and Hannah Roberts.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Rebecca, b.                 m.    Eli Evans.
4Ann, b.                     m.    John H. Stokes, M.D.
4Samuel, b.                  m. 




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John H. Stokes, M.D., who married 4Ann Evans, was the son of Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., and Sarah, his first wife. John was the son of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitor of the Harrison family (correction 4). John Hinchman was a resident of Long Island in 1675, and his children were-John, James, Mercy, Mary and Sarah. Samuel Stokes was the son of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, his first wife. (See Page 12)



3 Joseph Stokes, son of 2 Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, 1st wife, m. Atlantic Bispham, dau. of Joshua Bispham and Martha _________ .
Children were-     Link to Parents
4 Sybilla, b.                         m.   Charles French
4 Joshua, b.                          m.   Deborah Hooten, 1st wife
                                           Rebecca Matlack, 2d wife.
                                           Lydia Evans, 3d wife.
3Joseph deceased 10-6,1772, and Atlantic married Thomas Hooten, 1774, the grandson of Thomas Hooten and Mary, the progenitors of the Hooten family. No issue by her second marriage.



Deborah Hooten, the first wife of 3Joshua Stokes, was the dau. of Thomas Hooten and Bathsheba Braddock, the dau. of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife. Robert was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Timothy came from Brayles, Warwickshire, England, in 1681, in the ship "Paradise" Thomas Hooten was the grandson of Thomas Hooten and Mary, the progenitors of the Hooten family, who came from England and settled near Moorestown, Burlington County, New Jersey.



Lydia Evans, the third wife of 4Joshua Stokes, was the dau. of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox, the dau. of Joseph Wilcox and Sarah Iredell. Enoch was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor.



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of the Elkinton Family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family.



3Mary Stokes, dau. of 2Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, 1st wife, m. Joseph Morgan, son of Alexander Morgan and Hannah Cooper, dau. of Joseph Cooper and Lydia Riggs.
Children were-     Link to Parents
3Mary, b.                  m.    Joseph Bennett.
3Judith, b. 
3Alexander, b.    
3Isaac, b.                 m.    Sarah Ridgeway.
3Benjamin, b.              m.    Mary Champion.



3John Stokes, son of 2Joseph Stokes and Ann (Ashard) Haines, 2d wife, m. Mary Hatkinson, dau. of John Hatkinson, and _________
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Joseph, b.                m.      Esther Newlin
4Elizabeth, b.             m.      Joseph Waln, 1st
                           m.      Thomas P. Cope, 2nd.



3Lydia Stokes, dau. of 2Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, 1st wife, m. Samuel Haines, son of William Haines and Sarah Paine.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Jacob, b.                  m. 1765, Bathsheba Burrough, 1st wife.
                                     Hannah Stokes, 2nd wife.
4Sarah, b.                  m.       Caleb Newbold.
4Samuel, b.                 m. 1767, Elizabeth Buzby, 1st wife.
                                     Mary Stevenson, 2d wife.
4Thomas, b.                 m.       Elizabeth Mullen.
Samuel deceased and 3Lydia married Jacob Lamb.
Children were-     Link to Parents




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4Jacob, b.                  m.       Sarah Inskeep,
4Sarah, b.                  m.       Samuel Burrough



Bathsheba Burrough, the first wife of 4Jacob Haines, was the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England.



Hannah Stokes, the second wife of 4Jacob Haines, was the dau. of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, the dau. of Jervis Stogdelle and Mary. (See that family, Page 18), for further ancestry of Hannah Stokes).



Caleb Newbold, who married 4Sarah Haines, was the son of Thomas Newbold and Edith Coate, the dau. of Marmaduke Coate and Ann Pole. Thomas was the son of Michael Newbold, the son of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family.



Elizabeth Buzby the first wife of 4Samuel Haines, was the dau. of William Buzby and Mary Wills, the dau. of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. John Woolston was the progenitor of the Woolston family. His first wife was the sister of Governor Thomas Olive. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.



Mary Stevenson, the second wife of 4Samuel Haines, was the dau. of Cornell Stevenson, of Springfield, New Jersey.



Samuel Burrough, who married 4Sarah Lamb, was the son of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, whose ancestry see above in Bathsheba Burrough's ancestry.



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3Deliverance Stokes, dau. of 2Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, 1st wife, m. Darling Conrow, son of ________ __________.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Darling, b.                    m.    Sarah Elkinton.
4Joseph, b.                     m.    _____ ________
4Samuel, b.                     m.    _____ ________
4Mary, b.                       m.    Amos Haines
4Elizabeth, b.                  m.    Anthony Hollingshead.
4Hannah, b.                     m.    _______ Ingevine.



3Jacob Stokes, son of 2Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, 2d wife, m. Priscilla Ellis, dau. of Joseph Ellis and ______ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Jacob, Jr. b.                  m. 4-10, 1775 acknowledgement received for outgoing marriage.
4John, b.                          disowned for military service and enlisting 10-14, 1776
4Abigail, b.                    m. Joshua Cooper.



3Thomas Stokes, son of 2Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright (his second wife), m. Abigail Matlack, dau. of John Matlack and Mary Lee (his second wife).
They had no children.     Link to Parents



3 Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 2John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, m. Richard Blackham, son of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Elizabeth, b.
4William, b. 



3Mary Stokes, dau. of 2John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, m. Edward Mullen, son of ______ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Elizabeth, b.             m.  Thomas Haines (See Page 51)
A granddaughter of 2 Mary and Edward-Kesiah Burr- m. Richard Howell, who was afterward Governor of New Jersey, and their granddaughter m. Jefferson Davis, Pres. of Southern Confederacy.

C.H.E.




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3Joshua Stokes, son of 2Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, 2d wife, m. Amy Hinchman, dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., and Sarah ______, 1st wife. (correction 4)
Children were-      Link to Parents
4John, b.                  m. Beulah Haines.
4Rachel, b.                m. Nathaniel Barton
4Elizabeth, b.             m. Jacob French
4Hannah, b.                m. Haddon Hopkins 1st
                           m. Abraham Inskeep, 2d.
4Thomas, b. 1742           m. Sarah Inskeep
4Samuel, b.                m. Atlantic Matlack, 1st wife.
                           m. Hope Hunt, 2d wife.
4Jacob, b.                 m. Esther Wilkins
4Joshua, b.                m. Syllania Bishop.
4Joshua deceased in 1779



Beulah Haines, the wife of 3John Stokes, was the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



3Rachel Stokes, dau. of 2Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, 2d wife, m. John Cowperthwait, son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Joseph, b.                 was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War.
4Samuel b.     
4Jacob
4Sarah                     m. Josiah Prickitt, 1st
                              John Gill, 2d.



Josiah Prickitt, who married 4Sarah Cowpertwait, was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zachariah Prickitt and Elippha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family, who




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settled in Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey. He was possessed of considerable real estate, and brought a large estate with him.



John Gill, who married 4Sarah (widow of Josiah Prickitt), dau. of 3Rachel Stokes and John Cowperthwait, was the son of John Gill and Mary Heritage, the dau. of Joseph Heritage and Hannah Allen. Joseph was the son of Richard Heritage, the progenitor of that family, who came from Brayles, Warwickshire, England, and settled on the north side of the Pensaukin Creek, in Burlington County, New Jersey. John Gill was the progenitor of the Gill family, and came to New Jersey from London under the guardianship of Elizabeth Estaugh.



3Rosanna Stokes, dau. of 2Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, 2d wife, m. Samuel Collins, son of Samuel Collins and Abigail Ward.
Children were-     Link to Parents
4Abigail, b.               m.  John Lippincott.
4Rachel, b.                m.  Joseph Champion
4Hannah, b.                m.  Enoch Allen



John Lippincott, who married 4Abigail Collins was the son of Daniel Lippincott and Elizabeth Pim. Daniel was the son of James Lippincott and Ann Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London and settled at Burlington, New Jersey. James Lippincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progeniotrs of the Lippincott family, who came from the Parish of Stonehouse, Devonshire, England.



Joseph Champion, who married 4Rachel Collins, was the son of Peter Champion and Ann Elllis, the dau. of William Ellis and Sarah Collins, the dau. of Joseph Collins and Catharine Huddleston. Joseph was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the




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Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. William Ellis was the son of Simeon Ellis and Sarah Bates, the dau. of William Bates, the progenitor, who came from Wickloe, Ireland. Peter Champion was the son of Robert Champion, who was the son of John Champion, who was at Hempstead, Long Island, in 1673, and moved to New Jersey. He died in 1727, leaving a will. His children were Robert, Nathaniel, Thomas and Phebe.



4Keturah Moore, dau. of 3Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, m. Thomas Eayre, son of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hannah, b.                m.       John Deacon
5Hosea, b.                 m.       Hannah Leeds.
5Rebecca, b.               m.       Philip Stricker
5Levi, b.                  m.       Kesiah Birdsall
5Thomas, b.                         died in minority
5Benjamin b.                        died in minority 
Thomas Eayre deceased, and 4 Keturah married John Wilkins.
Children were-
5Keturah, b.               m.       William Moore



John Deacon, who married 5Hannah Eayre, was the son of George Deacon and Ann Burr. George was the son of John Deacon and Hester Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Elizabeth Frampton, John was the son of James Wills and Hester Gardiner, the dau. of Thomas Gardiner, the progenitor of the Gardiner family, of Burlington, New Jersey. James Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.



William Moore, who married 5Keturah Wilkins, was the son of Job Moore and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Joseph Lippincott and Rebecca Coate. Job was the son of Thmas Moore and Miriam Ridgway. Thomas was the son of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Stokes (See that family, page 11). Joseph Lippincott was




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the son of Jacob Lippincott and Mary Burr. Jacob was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richare Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a Parish of Devonshire, England.


4John Moore, son of 3Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, m. Hannah Eayre, dau. of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b. 2-4, 1760;     m.  Mary Hewlings
5Priscilla, b. 7-15, 1762; m.  Zebedee Wills
5Eayre, b. 1-26, 1765          died unmarried
5Benjamin, b. 4-6, 1767;   m.  Sarah Bowen
5Rebecca, b. 2-22, 1789;   m.  Joshua Ballinger
5Hosea, b. 5-28, 1772;     m.  Mary Bishop
5John, b. 8-20, 1774;      m.  Keturah Eayre
5Stacy, b. 1-23, 1777;     m.  Sabilla Austin 1st wife. 
                           m.  Drucilla Tomlin, 2nd wife.
5 Hannah, b. 2-7, 1784;    m.  Amos Wills, 2nd wife.
Hannah died 2-23, 1779, and John married Sarah _____. No issue by second marriage.
John Moore deceased 1-1, 1812



Zebedee Wills, who married 4Priscilla Moore, was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London and settled at Burlington, New Jersey. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor of the family, and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor above. Micajah Wills was the son of James Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Letitia Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and ______ Olive, his first wife, the sister of Governor Thomas Olive. James Wills was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann. Daniel Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.




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Joshua Ballinger, who married 5Rebecca Moore, was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the family.



Sabilla Austin, the first wife of 5Stacy Moore, was the dau. of Jonathan Austin, son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Drucilla Tomlin, the second wife of Stacy Moore, was the dau. of William Tomlin.



Amos Wills, who married 5Hannah Moore (his second wife), was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, who ancester see in Zebedee Wills' ancestry, Page 29, a brother of Jacob Wills.



4Bethuel Moore, son of 3Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, m. Martha Allen, dau. of John Allen and ________ ________.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Asa, b. 2-28, 1765               died 7-16, 1766
5Keturah b., 2-14, 1767;   m.     Joseph Hewlings
5Amasa b. 3-15, 1770;      m.     Agnes French
5Sarah, b. 9-23, 1772;     m.     Joseph Rogers
5Mary, b. 1-9, 1774;              died 9-21, 1782
5Bethuel, b. 2=6, 1776     m.     Ann Austin
5Martha, b. 5-5, 1778;     m.     Isaac Fenimore
5Jane, b. 6-9, 1780;       m.     Joshua Lippincott
5Allen, b. 5-21, 1783 ;    m.     Ann Kay.



Joseph Rogers, who married 5 Sarah Moore, was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen (widow Eayres), his third wife.




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William was the son of William Rogers, the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of this branch of the Rogers family.



Agnes French, the wife of 5Amasa Moore, was the dau. of Samuel French.



Joshua Lippincott, who married 5Jane Moore, was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Zilpah Shinn, his second wife. Caleb was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Nathaniel Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Ann Kay, the wife of 5Allen Moore, was the dau. of Josiah Kay and Elizabeth Horner.



4Benjamin Moore, son of 3Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, m. Sarah Ballinger, dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Rebecca, b.
5Mary, b.
5Chalkley, b.
Sarah died and Benjamin married Mary Butcher, dau. of _______
Children were-
5Elizabeth, b.(only child) m.  John Haines



John Haines, who marreid 5Elizabeth Moore, was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John




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Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a Parish of England, in Northamptonshire.



4Rebecca Moore, dau. of 3Thomas Moore and Miriam Ridgway, m. Abraham Lippincott, son of Joseph Lippincott and Rebecca Coate.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b.                    died in infancy.
5William b.                    
5Beulah, b.                    died in infancy
5Joseph 2d. b.             m.  Rachel Gaskill
5Beulah 2d. b.             m.  J. Gaskill



4Job Moore, son of 3Thomas Moore and Miriam Ridgway, m. Mary Lippincott, dau. of Joseph Lippincott and Rebecca Coate.
Children were-     Link to Parents 5Letitia, b. m. William Crispin 5William b. m. Keturah Wilkins 5Hannah, b. m. John Dorsey, 1st. Jacob Lippincott, 2nd 5Job, b. 5Richard, b. 5Sarah, b. m. Samuel Kay, 1st Jacob Glover, 2nd
Mary died and 4Job married Abigail Wills.
Children were-
5Samuel, b. 
5David, b.                 m.  moved to Canada
5Miriam, b. 
5Martha, b.                m.   ______ Bennett, 1st
                                ______ White, 2nd
5Rebecca, b. 
5Katharine, b.             m.  James Lord.




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4Cyrus Moore, son of 3Joseph Moore and Patience Woolman, m. Mary Austin, dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b. 2-5, 1790            went to Ohio.
5Abel, b. 4-20, 1791       m.    Elizabeth Engle
5Patience, b. 10-26, 1792; m.    William Wilkins, 2nd wife.
5Charles, b. 2-19, 1794    m.    Sarah Ann Cole
5Rebecca, b. 10-12, 1795   m.       
5Eliza, b. 2-12-1797,      m.    John Engle
5Cyrus, b. 11-30, 1798,    m.    Elizabeth Stokes
5Uriah, b. 10-2, 1800            died unmarried
5Mary, b. 6-24, 1802;      m.    Nathan Buzby.
5Martha, b. 7-5, 1804;     m.    Thomas Decou.
5John, b. 7-21, 1808;      m.    Sarah Lippincott



Elizabeth Engle, the wife of 5 Able Moore, was the dau. of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Obadiah Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel Butcher was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, of Springfield, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, of Long Island, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Job Cole was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Bud. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey, and second wife of Francis Collins.




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Thomas Kendall was the progenitor of the Kendall family, and came from England with Dr. Daniel Wills. He was a bricklayer by trade, and accumulated considerable estate. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England.



John Engle, who married 5Eliza Moore, was the son of John Engle and Lucy Brooks, the dau. of Thomas Brooks. John was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, whose ancestry see, Page 33, in Elizabeth Engle's ancestry.



Elizabeth Stokes, the wife of 5Cyrus Moore, was the dau. of Jarvis Stokes and Abigail Woolman. Jarvis was the son of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers. Jarvis was the son of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, whose family see page 18, for further ancestry of Elizabeth Stokes.



Sarah Lippincott, the wife of 5John Moore, was the dau. of Josiah Lippincott and Mary Phillips. Josiah was the son of Amaziah Lippincott and Hannah Prickitt, the dau. of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zachariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. Amaziah was the son of John Lippincott and Elizabeth Elkinton, the dau. of Joseph Elkinton, the son of George Elkinton, the progenitor, of Burlington, New Jersey. John Lippincott was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family. James Lippincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



William Wilkins, who maried 5Patience Moore, was the son of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger. 5Patience Moore was the second wife of William. His first wife was Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Samuel Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott. See that family, Page 12, for




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further ancestory of Joseph and Judith. Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor of that family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.



4Susannah Collins, dau. of 3John Collins and former wife, m. Daniel Garwood, son of Thomas Garwood and Margaret ________.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Japheth, b.               m.    Hannah Haines
5Susannah, b.              m.    John Brooks



Hannah Haines, the wife of 5Japheth Garwood, was the dau. of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, who was the dau. of William Sharp and Mary Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Sharp family, who claim English ancestry. Jonathan Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Jonathan was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



4John Collins, son of 3John Collins and former wife, m. Patience ______, dau. of ______ ____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Mary, b.   (only child)   m.    Samuel Hugg



4Francis Collins, son of 3 John Collins and former wife, m. Ann Haines, widow of Nehemiah Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents




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5Joshua, b.                m.      ___________ _____________
5John, b.                  m.       Ruth Borrodale
5Job, b.                   m.       Mary Haines, 1st wife
                                    Elizabeth Ballinger (widow), 2d wife.



Mary Haines, the first wife of 5Job Collins, was the dau. of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, Page 35, in Hannah Haines' ancestry (a sister).
Elizabeth Ballinger, the second wife of 5 Job Collins, was the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn, and widow of John Mason. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family.



4Priscilla Collins, dau. of 3 John Collins and former wife, m. Joshua Evans, son of Thomas Evans and Rebecca Owen, 2d wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Elizabeth, b. 1756
5Rebecca, b. 1755              died in minority.
5Rachel, b. 1760;          m.  Abraham Warrington
5John, b. 1762
5Joseph, b. 1765
5Ellen, b. 1767;               died young.
5Margaret, b. 1769;        m.  John Miller
5Joshua, b. 1771;          m.  Rebecca Somers
5Pricilla, b. 1773;        m.  Josiah Webster.
5Owen,  b.                     died unmarried
Rachel, John and Joseph went to Salem, Ohio.



3Elizabeth Collins, dau. of 2Elizabeth Moore and John Collins (his third wife), m. Samuel Hugg, Robert Friend Price and Daniel Smith.
We have no record of children by either marriage.     Link to Parents



4Mary Eves, dau. of Mary Hudson and John Eves, m. Thomas Middleton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hudson, b.                m   Sarah Haines.




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4Mary Stokes, dau. of 3John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Isaac Newton, son of _____ _____..
Children were-     Link to Parents 5John b. m. Rachel Sharp 5Samuel, b. died unmarried 5Mary, b. m. Samuel Garwood 5Hannah, b. died unmarried



4 John Stokes, son of 3John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Susanna Newton, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5William  b.                m.   Eleanor Long
5Mary  b.                   m.   Thomas Lester
5Hannah  b.                 m.   Joshua Paul
5Elizabeth b.               m.   David Roberts
5Rachel b.                  m.   Timothy Smith
5John b.                         died unmarried
5Susan b.                   m.   James Bryan
5Samuel M.D.  b.            m.   Susan Meyers
5Stogdelle                  m.   Eliza Eastburn



4David Stokes, son of 3John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Ann Lancaster, dau. of John Lancaster and Elizabeth Barlow, of Richland, Pennsylvania.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Israel b. 11,7, 1785       m.   Sarah Borton
5John L. b. 2, 24,1788      m.   Rachel Burr
5Charles, b. 8, 12, 1791    m.   Tacy Jarett
5David, b. 2,  25, 1794;         died 1, 22, 1817, unmarried
David Stokes deceased 9, 27, 1830
Ann Stokes deceased 9, 25, 1835



4Jarvis Stokes, son of 3John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Elizabeth Rogers, dau. of William Rogers and Martha Esturgans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Martha b. 6, 26, 1774     m. 1795, Aaron Haines
5Hannah b. 8, 11, 1775     m. 1795, Granville Woolman
5John b. 4, 11, 1777       m. 1798, Elizabeth Woolman
5William b. 1, 14, 1779    m. 1798, Hannah Hatcher




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5 Jarvis b. 11, 5, 1780     m. Abigail Woolman
5 Elizabeth, b. 5, 29, 1782 m. 1800 Abel Haines
5Edith, b. 2, 22, 1784         died in infancy
5Joseph b. 2, 26, 1787      m. 1812, Harriet Stockton
5Mary b. 11, 18, 1788          died 1875, unmarried
5Esther b. 1,22,1791        m. Joseph Butterworth, 1st wfie
5Stogdell, b. 10, 22, 1792  m. Wilhelmina Metzgar
5Samuel b. 8, 13, 1794      m. Amy Middleton
5Mordecai, b. 3, 6, 1796       died in infancy
5Sarah, b. 2, 24, 1798      m. 1825, Uriah Haines
5Mordecai, 2d, b.3,22,1800; m. Sarah Thompson



Aaron Haines and Abel Haines, who married 5Martha and 5Elizabeth Stokes, were the sons of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, his first wife, the dau. of William Buzby and Mary Wills, the dau. of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. William Buzby was the son of Nicholas Buzby and Mary French, the progenitors of the Buzby family. Sameul Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife. See Page 14 for further ancestry. Samuel was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



4Hannah Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Jacob Haines (his second wife), son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hannah, b.                m.    Benjamin R. Morgan
5Stokes, b.                m.    Lockey Ann French
Jacob died and Hannah married George Browning, no issue by second marriage.




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4Rachel Stokes, dau. of 3John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, m. Joseph Hackney, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b. 
5John, b.                 m.     _____ _____



4Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 3Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, m. Benjamin Coate, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Edith, b.                 m.    Mahlon Budd
5Hannah b.                 m.    Daniel Smith
5William b.                m.    Sarah Hollingshead.
Benjamin died and Elizabeth married Dr. De Bennville, son of _____ _____.



4Joseph Stokes, son of 3Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, m. Abigail Foster, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Abigail b.                m.    Stephen Wilson
5Hannah  b.                m.    John Emley
5William b. 



4Hannah Stokes, dau. of 5Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, m. Ephraim Haines, son of Nehemiah Haines and Ann Ashard.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Anna, b.                  m.    William Foster
5John, b.                  m.    Mary Wills
5Samuel b.                 m.    died young
5Ephraim b.                m.



Mary Wills, the wife of 5John Haines, was the dau. of Moses Wills and Margaret Clement. Moses was the son of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills and Elizabeth, his first wife.




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4John H. Stokes , M.D., son of 3Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, m. Ann Evans, dau. of Isaac Evans and Bathsheba Stokes.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Rebecca, b.                m.   James Thornton
5Susan A. b.                m.   George F. Doughten
5Maria b.                   m.   Samuel Bispham
5Samuel E. b.               m.   Mary K. Haines
5John H. M.D.               m.   Tabitha Jenkins
5Nancy E., b.               m.   Nathaniel Stokes
5Emma b. 
5Hannah
5Elizabeth  



Nathaniel Stokes, who married 5Nancy E. Stokes, was the son of Joseph Stokes and Esther Newlin. Joseph was the son of John Stokes and Mary Hatkinson. John was the son of Joseph Stokes and Ann Haines, his second wife, the widow of John Haines and dau. of John Ashard. Joseph was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors (see page 8). John Haines was the son of Jonathan and Mary Matlack, who ancestry see, page 35, in Hannah Haines ancestry.



4John Roberts, son of 3Rebecca Stokes and Joshua Roberts, m. Phebe Andrews, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Isaac, b.                  m.   Phebe Collins, 1st
                                 Naomi Collins 2d
5John b.
5Joshua b.
5Ebenezer b.                m.   Rachel Dudley
5Esther b.                  m. 
5Enoch b.                   m.   Hannah Stokes



Naomi Collins, the second wife of 5Isaac Roberts, was the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, his second wife, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn, and widow of John Mason. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann Haines.




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Rachel Dudley, the wife of 5Ebenezer Roberts, was the dau. of Thomas Dudley and Martha Evans, the dau. of Thomas Evans and Rebecca Owen, his second wife. Thomas was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family. Thomas Dudley was the son of Francis Dudley, who came from Wales, England, and Rachel Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family.



Hannah Stokes, the wife of 5Enoch Roberts, was the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep. Thomas was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, whose family see, page 26, for further ancestry.



4Samuel Roberts, son of 3Rebecca Stokes and Joshua Roberts, m. Elizabeth Shute, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hugh    b.                m.         Lydia Lippincott , 1st
                                         Ann Justice 2nd
5Rebecca, b.               m.         William Wilkins , 1st wife
5Benjamin b.               m.         Bathsheba Wilkins
5Nathan b.                 m.         Rebecca Haines
5Joshua b.                 m.         Sarah Wilkins
5Samuel b.     
5Hope b.
5Hannah b.
5 Ann b.



Lydia Lippincott, the first wife of 5Hugh Roberts , was the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant. Samuel was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Isaac Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary




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Curtis. Freedon was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Rebecca Haines, the wife of 5Nathan Roberts, was the dau. of Joseph Haines and Hannah Maxwell, the dau. of John Maxwell, the son of John Maxwell and Hannah Matlack, the dau. of John Matlack and Mary Lee, his second wife. John was the son of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Joseph Haines was the son of Isaiah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaiah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr. and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, the progenitor of the Hackney family, of Burlington County, New Jersey. John Jr. was the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



William, Bathsheba and Sarah Wilkins, who married Rebecca, Benjamin and Joshua Roberts, were the children of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of that family.


4Rebecca Roberts, dau. of 3Rebecca Stokes and Joshua Roberts, m. Hugh Cowperthwait, son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary _______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5 Thomas, b.                          m.    Hannah Ballinger
5 Rebecca, b.                         m.    John Evans
5 Mary, b. 
5 Phebe, b.                           m.    Benjamin Hunt
5 Deborah, b.                         m.    ________ Copp, M.D.



Hannah Ballinger, the wife of 5 Thomas Cowperthwait, was the



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dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Susanna Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family.



John Evans, who married 5Rebecca Cowperthwait, was the son of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox, the dau. of Joseph Wilcox and Sarah Iredell. Enoch was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the daughter of George Elkinton, the progenitor of the Elkinton family, of Burlington, New Jersey. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey. Elizabeth was a minister in the Society of Friends.



4William Roberts, son of 3Rebecca Stokes and Joshua Roberts, m. Elizabeth Grinslade, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hepsibah, b.               m.   Joseph B. Lippincott
5William, b.                m.   Hannah Haines
5Beulah, b.
5Joshua, b.
5Elizabeth, b.              m.   Griffith Morgan
5John b.                    m.   Sarah Zelly
5Ezra, b.      
5Eli, b.



Hannah Haines, the wife of 5William Roberts, was the dau. of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Isaac Inskeep and Hannah. Samuel was th son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin




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family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard Harris and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



4Joseph Roberts, son of 3Rebecca Stokes and Joshua Roberts, m. Susannah Cole, dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5William, b.               m.    Ann Brick
5George, b.                m.    Abigail Brown
5Mary, b.    
5Rebecca, b.               m.    Joseph Evans
5Abel, b.
5David, b.                 m.    Rachel Hunt
5Joseph, b.                m.    Rachel Evans
5Ann, b.                   m.    John Buzby
5Josiah, b.                m.    Mary French



Joseph Evans, who married 5Rebecca Roberts, was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the forth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of Jocob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the daughter of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family.



Rachel Evans, the wife of 5Joseph Roberts, was the dau. of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, and sister of Joseph Evans above.



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4Rebecca Evans, dau. of 3Bathsheba Stokes and Isaac Evans, m. Eli Evans, son of Samuel Evans and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Rebecca, b.               m.    Immanuel Crispin
5Nancy, b.                 m.    John Moore, 2d wife
5Charles, b.               m.    Elizabeth
5Abigail, b.               m.    _____ Robinson.



John Moore, who married 3Nancy Evans, was the son of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, dau. of John Bowen and Susan. Benjamin was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, the dau. of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg, Jr. and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. John Hugg, Jr., was the son of John Hugg, the progenitor, from Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Eayre was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. John Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fennimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fennimore family. Benjmain Moore, was the son of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Stokes, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8).



4Ann Evans, dau. of 3Bathsheba Stokes and Isaac Evans, m. John H. Stokes, M.D., son of Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5John H., M.D. b.,         m.    Tabitha Jenkins
5Nancy E., b.              m.    Nathaniel Stokes
5Samuel E. b.              m.    Mary K. Haines
5Maria, b.                 m.    Samuel Bispham
5Rebecca, b.               m.    James Thornton
5Susan A. b.               m.    George F. Doughten
5Elizabeth, b.
5Hannah, b. 
5Emma, b.




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Nathaniel Stokes, who married 5Nancy E. Stokes, was the son of Joseph Stokes and Esther Newlin. Joseph was the son of John Stokes and Mary Hatkinson. John was the son of Joseph Stokes and Ann Haines, his second wife, the widow of John Haines, and dau. of John Ashard. Joseph was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8.)



4Sybilla Stokes, dau. of 3Joseph Stokes and Atlantic Bispham, m. Charles French, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b.                m.     Mary Stokes
5Atlantic, b.              m.     Gilbert Page
5Elizabeth, b.             m.     John Gill
5Ann, b.                   m.     J Hollingshead
5Sybilla                          unmarried
5Sarah, b.                        unmarried



4Joshua Stokes, son of 3Joseph Stokes and Atlantic Bispham, m. Deborah Hooten, dau. of Thomas Hooten and Bathsheba Braddock.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Atlantic, b. 10,23,1788;        died 11, 21, 1801
5Joseph, b. 11, 4, 1790;         died 5, 8, 1796
5Mary, b. 3, 23, 1793;     m.    Joseph French
5Thomas, b. 9, 7, 1795;          died 10, 24, 1801
Deborah died and 4Joshua married Rebecca Matlack, dau. of Abraham Matlack and Abigail.
Children were-
5Abraham, b. 3, 7, 1800          died 10,24, 1801
Rebecca died and 4Joshua married Lydia Evans, dau. of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox.
Children were-
5Joseph W., b. 10, 12, 1804       died 3, 7, 1866, unmarried
5Joshua, b. 2, 22, 1809     m.    Elizabeth Burrough
5Lydia, b. 1, 8, 1814       m.    Henry W. Wills.



Henry W. Wills, who married 5Lydia Stokes, was the son of Joseph Wills and Virgin Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and




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Ann Bishop. Joseph Wills was the son of Aaron Wills and Rachel Warrington, the dau. of Henry Warrington and Elizabeth Bishop, his 2d wife. Aaron was the son of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.



4Isaac Morgan, son of 3Mary Stokes (third wife) and Joseph Morgan, m. Sarah Ridgway, dau. of _______ _______
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Mary, b.                   m.   Joel Middleton
5Benjamin R.                m.   Hannah Haines
5Hannah, b.                 m.   Eli Stokes
5Isaac, b.  
5Griffith, b.               m.   Elizabeth Roberts
5Joseph, b.                 m.   Mary Burrough
5Judith, b.                 m.   Authur Roberts 1st
                                 Thomas Stiles 2d



4Joseph Stokes son of 3John Stokes and Mary Hatkinson, m. Esther Newlin, dau. of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Nathaniel, b.             m.    Nancy E. Stokes
5Mary, b.                  m.    died unmarried
5John, b.                  m.    Hannah Smith



Nancy E. Stokes, the wife of 5Nathaniel Stokes, was the dau. of John H. Stokes, M.D. and Ann Evans, the dau. of Isaac Evans and Bathsheba Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a parish of England, in Devonshire. Isaac Evans was the son of Isaac Evans and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John




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Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Eklinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England. Isaac Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family, who came from the parish of Aynhoe, Northamptonsire, England. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family, who came from Wales, England. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the family, who came from Stepney, Middlesex, England (See page 8). John H. Stokes, M.D. was the son of Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr. and Sarah ______, his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitors of the Hinchman family (correction 4). Sarah Harrison was the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitor of the Harrison family. Samuel Stokes was the son of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott above noted.



4Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 3John Stokes and Mary Hatkinson, m. Joseph Waln, son of ______ _____.
No issue by this marriage      Link to Parents
Joseph died and 4Elizabeth married Thomas P. Cope.
No issue by the second marriage



4Jacob Haines, son of 3Lydia Stokes and Samuel Haines, m. Bathsheba Burrough, dau. of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Jacob, b. 11, 15, 1781    m. 1804, Rebecca Warrington, 1st wife
                           m. 1822, Sarah Holmes, 2d wife
5Beulah, b.                m.    Isaac Burr
5Abel, b.                  m.    Ann Moore



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Bathsheba died and 4Jacob married Hannah Stokes, dau. of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle Children were-
5Hannah, b.                m.    Benjami R. Morgan
5Stokes, b.                m.    Lockey Ann French
4Jacob died and Hannah married George Browning. No issue by the last marriage.



Rebecca Warrington, the first wife of 5Jacob Haines, was the dau. of John Warrington and Mary Fish, his first wife. John was the son of Thomas Warrington and Mary Roberts (see page 299)



Ann Moore, the wife of 5Abel Haines, was the dau. of Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings, the dau. of Abraham Hewlings. Joseph was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, the dau. of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg, Jr., and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Hugg, the progenitor of the Hugg family, who came from Wexford, Ireland. John Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family. Benjamin was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of the Moore family and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8)



Mary Mickle, the wife of 5Samuel Haines (Sheriff), was the dau. of Isaac Mickle and Sarah Wilkins. Isaac was the son of Archibald Mickle and Sarah.



Benjamin R. Morgan, who married 5Hannah Haines, was the son of Benjamin Morgan and Jane Roberts. Benjamin was the son of Alexander Morgan and Hannah Cooper, the dau. of Joseph Cooper and Lydia Riggs. Joseph was the son of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Alexander was the son of Griffith Morgan, the progenitor, and Elizabeth, the widow of Samuel Cole, the progenitor of that family.




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4Sarah Haines, dau. of 3Lydia Stokes and Samuel Haines, m. Caleb Newbold, son of Thomas Newbold and Edith Coate.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Acksah, b. 1, 17, 1756          died 11, 8, 1770
5Daniel, b. 7, 4, 1757     m.    Rachel Newbold
5Lydia, b. 12, 10, 1760    m.    John Black
5Caleb, b. 11, 2, 1763     m.    Sarah Lawrence
5Edith, b. 8, 31, 1766     m.    Thomas Howard
5Sarah, b. 3, 22, 1769     m.    William Bowne
5Samuel, b. 10, 18, 1771   m.    Mary Hough
5Thomas, b. 9, 28, 1773    m.    Catharine Lervy
5Hannah, b. 4, 8, 1775           died 3, 8, 1781
5Mary b. 9,29, 1779;       m.    Anthony Taylor
5Hannah 2d. b. 6, 23, 1782 m.     John B. Lawrence



John Black, who married 5Lydia Newbold, was the son of Thomas Black and Mary Schooley, the dau. of John Schooley, Jr. and Frances Taylor, the dau. of Samuel Taylor and Susannah Horsman, the dau. of Samuel Horsman and Frances, the progenitors of the Horsman family. Samuel Taylor was the son of Robert Taylor, the progenitor of that family. John Schooley, Jr. was the son of John Schooley, the progenitor of the Schooley family. Thomas Black was the son of John Black and Sarah Rockhill, the dau. of Edward Rockhill and Mary, the progenitors of that family. John Black was the son of William Black and Alice Taylor, the progenitors of the Black family, who came in the Flie-boat "Martha" in 1677.



Thomas Newbold, the father of Caleb Newbold, b. 2, 26, 1702 was the son of Michael Newbold and Rachel Clayton, dau. of John Clayton, the progenitor. Michael was the son of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. Edith Coate was the dau. of Marmaduke Coate and Ann Pole, the progenitors of the Coate family.



4Samuel Haines, son of 3Lydia Stokes and Samuel Haines, m. Elizabeth Buzby, dau. of William Buzby and Mary Wills.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
5William, b. 4, 17, 1768   m.    Mary Eayres
5Mary, b. 11, 15, 1770     m.    Jacob Hollingshead
5Aaron, b. 3, 25, 1773     m.    Martha Stokes
5Able, b. 9,30, 1775       m.    Elizabeth Stokes
5Joseph, b. 4, 1, 1778           deceased 1793
5Elizabeth, b. 7, 15, 1780       died unmarried
5Samuel, b. 12, 13, 1783   m.    Susannah Chapman
Elizabeth died and 4Samuel married Mary Stevenson, dau. of Cornell Stevenson.
Children were-
5Lydia, b. 7, 31, 1789
5Robert, b. 1, 2, 1791     m.    Edith Rogers
5Sarah, b. 11, 13, 1792          died 7, 17, 1795
5Ezra, b. 9, 26, 1795      m.    Lucy Bishop, 1st wife
                                 Phebe Pierce, 2d wife
5Hannah b. 5, 15, 1798     m.    Joseph R. Bishop



Martha and Elizabeth Stokes, who married 5Aaron and 5Able Haines, were the daus. of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers. Jarvis was the son of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, the dau. of Jarvis Stogdelle and Mary. John was the son of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of Thomas Green and Elizabeth, of Bugbrook, a parish of Northamptonshire, England. John was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8).



4Thomas Haines, son of 3Lydia Stokes and Samuel Haines m. Elizabeth Mullen, dau. of Edward Mullen and Mary Stokes.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Samuel L., b. 8, 30, 1764 m.    Ann Deacon
5George, b. 9,4, 1769      m.    Edith Woolman
5Mary, b.                  m.    Joseph Tash
5Lydia, b.                 m.    ________ Lukes



4Sarah Lamb, dau. of 3Lydia Stokes and Jacob Lamb (her second husband), m. Samuel Burrough, son of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
5 Sarah, b.                            m.   Thomas Evans (Royal)
5 Lydia, b.                            m.   Solomon Saunders.



Thomas Evans, who married 5Sarah Burrough, was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family, who came from England, and were married in New Jersey. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Ann. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England and located at Burlington, New Jersey. Thomas Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey, who came from Wales, England.



Solomon Saunders, who marreid 5Lydia Burrough, was the son of John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of Solomon Lippincott and Sarah Cozens, his first wife. Solomon was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delfaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth his first wife. Freedom was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.




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4Darling Conrow, son of 3Deliverance Stokes and Darling Conrow, m. Sarah Elkington, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Lydia  b.                 m. Joseph Engle
5Beulah, b.                m. Joseph Lippincott
5Elizabeth                 m. Ambrose Barber
5Darling, b.               m. Esther Hunt
                              Elizabeth Brown 2d. wife



Joseph Engle, who married 5 Lydia Conrow, was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Egnle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and Sarah (Stockton) Jones, the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, and widow of _________ Jones. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family.



Joseph Lippincott, who married 5Beulah Conrow, was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant. Samuel was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, whose ancestry see above, in Joseph Engle's ancestry. Isaac Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, the first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, Devonshire, England.




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4Samuel Conrow, son of 3Deliverance Stokes and Darling Conrow, m. _______ ______, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Deliverance, b.           m.    Darling Haines
5Mary b.          
5George



4Mary Conrow, dau. of 3Deliverance Stokes and Darling Conrow, m. Amos Haines, son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joseph, b.                m.    Priscilla Middleton
5Amos.                     m.    Ann Borton
5John                      m.    Elizabeth Hollingshead
5Darling                   m.    Mary Lippincott
5Jeremiah,                 m.    Ann Tomlinson
5Deliverance, b.           m.    Abraham Haines
5Mary, b.                  m.    Joseph Davis
5Sarah, b.                 m.    Isaac Pine
5William, b.               m.    Mary Matlack



Mary Lippincott, the wife of 5Darling Haines, was the dau. of Caleb Lippincott and Anna Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicombe and Rachel Lipppincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Caleb Lippincott was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Nathaniel Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.




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Abraham Haines, who married 5Deliverance, was the son of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Roberts, his first wife, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitors of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Benjamin Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



4Joseph Conrow, son of 3Deliverance Stokes and Darling Conrow, m. ______ _____, dau. of _____ _____.
They settled in the West and have numerous descendants.     Link to Parents



4Hannah Conrow, dau. of 3Deliverance Stokes and Darling Conrow, m. _____ Ingevine, son of _____ _____, and have descendants unknown.     Link to Parents



4Abigail Stokes, dau. of 3Jacob Stokes and Priscilla Ellis, m. Joshua Cooper, son of Daniel Cooper and Mary ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5William, b. 1-1, 1783     m.    Edith Ackley
5Joseph E. b. 8-29, 1776   m.    Mary Schull
5Jacob, b. 8-12, 1790            died 1827 at Mobile
5Daniel, b. 11-21, 1795    m.    Louezer Sherad
5George, b. 10-8, 1798     m.    Matilda Ruff, of Maryland
5Sarah Ann, b. 6-6, 18__         died young
5Abigail, b. 4-25, 1803,   m.    Stephen Hughes, who kept slaves



4John Stokes, son of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hichman, m. Beulah Haines, dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Caleb, b. 1782            m.    Ruth Shinn
5Samuel, b. 1784           m.    Mary Mathison
5Isaac, b. 1787            m.    Lydia Collins 1st wife
                           m.    Mary Collins (widow) 2d. wife
5William, b. 1790          m.    Ann Wilson 1st wife
                                 Hannah Livzey, 2d wife
5Mary, b. 1792             m.    Job Lippincott
5Atlantic, b. 1794         m.    Daniel Hurley
5Rachel, b.                      died in minority




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Ruth Shinn, the wife of 5Caleb Stokes, was the dau. of Levi Shinn and Hannah. Levi was the son of Thomas Shinn and Ruth Stratton, dau. of Mark Stratton and Ann Hancock (see page 288).



Lydia Collins, the first wife of 5Isaac Stokes, was the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, the widow of John Mason, and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann (Ashard) Haines, the widow of Nehemiah Haines. Francis was the son of John Collins and his first or second wife. John was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey.



Mary Collins the second wife of 5Isaac Stokes, was the dau. of Levi Ballinger and Hannah, the widow of Job Collins, the son of John Collins and Ruth Borrodale. John was the son of Francis Collins and Ann (Ashard) Haines, the widow of Nehemiah Haines. (See above in Lydia Collins 5 ancestry.)



Ann Wilson, the first wife of 5William Stokes, was the dau. of Isaac Wilson and Phebe Middleton, the dau. of Samuel Middleton and Ann. Isaac Wilson was the son of John Wilson and Mary.



Job Lippincott, who married 5Mary Stokes, was the son of Amaziah Lippincott and Hannah Prickitt, the dau. of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zachariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family, who settled in Springfield, New Jersey. Amaziah was the son of John Lippincott and Elizabeth Elkinton, the dau. of Joseph Elkinton, the son of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Lippincott was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and




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Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Eves family in New Jersey, who came from London, England. James Lippincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. (All of Restore Lippincott's children were by the first wife.) Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from England the second time and settled at Shrewsbury, New Jersey, 1670.



4Rachel Stokes, dau. of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Nathaniel Barton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Joshua, b. 9-27, 1777            died, 1863, unmarried
5Benjamin, b. 10-10, 1779         died in minority
5Amy, b. 8-28, 1781;       m.     Isaac Jones
5Rachel, b. 12-6, 1783     m.     Simon Eastlack (p. 304)
5John, b. 1-5, 1785               died 11, 2, 1865, unmarried
5Sarah, b. 3-18, 1788      m.     Abel Hillman (p. 304)
5Hannah, b. 10-4,1790             died 9,7,1793
5Nathaniel, b. 4-15, 1794         died unmarried
5Joseph, b. 4-30, 1796     m.     Rachel Evans
5Elizabeth, b. 9-6, 1798          died 2, 26, 1865, unmarried 



Rachel Evans, the wife of 5Joseph Borton, was the dau. of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, his second wife, the dau. of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb , the dau. of William Venicmomb, of Springfield, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah (Stockton) Jones, widow, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail (formerly of Long Island) now of Springfield, New Jersey, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogvorn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the prognitors of the Engle family. Abram Borton was the son of John Borton and Elizabeth Lord. John was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wfie. (All of John Borton Jr.'s children were by the first wife.) John Borton, Jr., was the son of John Borton and




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Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Jacob Evans was the son of Nathan Evans and Sybilla. Nathan was the son of Nathan Evans and Susanna Gaskill. Nathan was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey Branch of the Evans family, who came from Wales, England, and settled at Evesham Mount, Burlington County, New Jersey.



4Hannah Stokes, dau. of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Haddon Hopkins, son of Ebenezer Hopkins and Sarah Lord.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Hezekaih, b.              m.    Martha Griffith
Haddon died and 4 Hannah married Abraham Inskeep son of Abraham Inskeep and Sarah ______.
Children were-
5Sarah, b. 5-9, 1773
5Amy, b. 12-17, 1775             died 8, 12, 1783
5Samuel, b. 7-4, 1775            died 8, 22, 1785
5William, b. 5-24, 1779          died 6, 23, 1790
5Abraham, b. 1-23, 1784
5Mary, b.                  m.    William Brick
5Joseph, b. 12-3, 1788     m.    _______ Kay.



4Thomas Stokes, son of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Sarah Inskeep, dau. of Abraham Inskeep and Sarah _______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Elizabeth, b. 8-24, 1774   m.   Reuben Braddock
5Esther, b. 2-11, 1772      m.   Isaac Ballinger
5William, b. 2-4, 1779      m.   Sarah Laskey
5Kesiah, b. 5-23, 1783      m.   Jonathan Thomas
5Hannah, b. 4-4, 1767       m.   Enoch Roberts
5Josiah b. 8-24, 1768       m.   Hope Borton
5Joseph, b. 10-3, 1776      m.   Rachel Matlack
5Benjamin, b. 5-26, 1770    m.   Ann Griffith
5Samuel, b. 6-2, 1788       m.   Jane Benson 

A chart of the children of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep, done by Sarah, wife of Jacob Stokes




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5Isaac b.-( twin with Jacob)         died 22 years.
5Jacob b.-( twin with Isaac)      m. Sarah ________
5Thomas,      b. 8-19, 1780(twin) m. Sarah Vanstoven 
5Joshua, 2d., b. 9-19, 1780(twin) m. Mary Thomas
5Abraham      b. 6-1, 1785(twin)  m. Mary Pidgeon
5Sarah,       b. 6-1, 1785(twin)  m. Joshua Moore and David _________
5Rachel, b.                          died in infancy
Thomas Stokes deceased in 1831



Reuben Braddock, who married 5Elizabeth Stokes, was the son of Reuben Braddock and Abigail Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Elizabeth Lord. John was the son of John Borton Jr. and his first wife. John, Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Reuben Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elziabeth Bates, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who came from England and settled on Long Island. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, the progenitor of the Bates family, who came from Wickloe, Ireland and settled at Newton, New Jersey. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife.



Enoch Roberts, who married 5Hannah Stokes, was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkington, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England.




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4Samuel Stokes son of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Atalntic Matlack, dau. of William Matlack and Mary Turner.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Child, b.                        died
Atlantic died 2-21-1775, and Samuel married Hope Hunt, dau. of Robert Hunt and Martha _______.
Children were-
5Hezekiah, b. 1-17, 1791    m.   Frances Braddock
5Aquilla, b. 7-28, 1779     m.   Sarah Borton 1st wife
                                 ______ Jaggers, 2d wife
                                 Martha Franklin 3d wife
5Priscilla, b. 4,-21, 1781  m.   Isaac Tomlinson
5Atlantic, b. 3-30, 1783         died 9-6, 1783
5Isaac, b. 9-21, 1784            died 8-17, 1786
5Rachel, b. 9-7, 1786            died 9-22, 1789
5Esther, b. 12-25, 1788     m.   Daniel E. Hillman
5Elisha , b. 5-3, 1793           died 1-22, 1833 unmarried
5Mary Ann b. 8-10, 1795          died 7-12, 1819, unmarried
5 Martha B., b. 12-5, 1799       died 11-20, 1882 unmarried



Frances Braddock, the wife of 5Hezekiah Stokes, was the dau. of Robert Braddock and Sarah Birdsall, the dau. of Elijah Birdsall and Mary. Robert was the son of Robert Braddock and Frances, his second wife. Robert was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hannock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife.



4Jacob Stokes, son of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Esther Wiklins, dau. of _____
Children were-     Link to Parents 5James b. deceased 5Elizabeth, b. m John Jones 5Lydia, b. died of consumption 5Isaac, b. deceased
Jacob deceased 11-25, 1819




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4Joshua Stokes, son of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Syllania Bishop, dau. of Daniel Bishop and Rebecca Prickitt
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Daniel, b. 1778            m.   Ann Ridgway, 1st wife
                                    Maria Brick     2d wife
5Abraham, b. 1780           m.   Abigail Loper (widow)
5Amy, b. 1783               m.   died unmarried
5Rebecca, b. 12, 1785       m.   Stephen Pyle
5Isaiah, b.                      died in minority
5Sybilla, b.  1793          m.1820 Isaac Durell



4Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 3Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, m. Jacob French, son of Charles French and Ann.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Rachel, b.
5Amy, b.                    m.   John Pope
5Abigail, b.                m.   Joseph Jones
5Richard, b.                m.   Hannah Lippincott
5Joshua, b.                 m.   Elizabeth Beck



4Abigail Collins, dau. of 3Rosanna Stokes and Samuel Collins m. John Lippincott, son of Daniel Lippincott and Elizabeth Pim.
Children were-     Link to Parents
5Abigail, b.                m.   Jacob Leeds
5Kesiah, b.                 m.   Kendall Cole
5Priscilla, b.              m.   Samuel Haines
5Restore b.                 m.   Agnes Shoemaker
5Collins, b.                m.   Amy Shoemaker
5Joseph, b.                 m.   Sarah Albertson
5Jacob, b.                  m.   Beulah C. Beatty
5Rachel, b.                 m.   James Dillon 1st
                                  John Garwood 2d.
5Daniel, b.                 m.   Mary Morgan
5Mary, b.                   m.   George Eayre, 1st
                                  ______ Wheeland 2nd
5Rosanna, b.                m.    ______ Gibbs
5Samuel, b.                      died in minority
5John, b.                        died in minority




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John Garwood, who married 5 Rachel Lippincott, was the son of Thomas Garwood, and great grandson of Thomas Garwood and Margaret, the progenitors of the Garwood family. John Garwoods's first wife was Sarah Prickitt, the dau. of Jacob Pricket and Mary Brickitt. No issue by either marriage.



Mary Morgan, the wife of 5Daniel Lippincott, was of Creole extraction, of Natchez, Mississippi. She was a lady of refinement, with high intellectual endowments.



FIFTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN


5Hepsibah Roberts, dau. of 4William Roberts and Elizabeth Grinslade, m. Joseph B. Lippincott, son of Thomas Lippincott and Lydia Burr.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.                m.    Anna Wills
6Thomas, b.                m.    Dinah Hilles
6Lydia, b.                 m.    Joseph Walton
6Beulah, R. b.             m.    died unmarried
6William R., b.            m.    died unmarried
6Elizabeth, b.                   died unmarried
6Sarah, b.                       died in minority
6Edith, b.                       died in minority



5Hannah Haines, dau. of 4Samuel Haines and Mary Stevenson, m. Joseph R. Bishop, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Ann, b.                   m.    William Johnson
6Lydia, b.                 m.    _______ Vansciver



5Enoch Roberts, son of 4John Roberts and Phebe Andrews, m. Hannah Stokes, dau. of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel, b. 1813           m.    Eliza Haines
6Jonathan, P., b. 1818,    m.    Abigail Haines




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5Hannah Eayre, dau. of 4Keturah Moore and Thomas Eayre, m. John Deacon, son of George Deacon and Ann Burr.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Ann, b. 9-22, 1788              died 8-27, 1870 unmarried
6Thomas E., b. 12-26, 1789 m.    Elizabeth Woolman
6Keturah, b. 7-28, 1791          died 5-24, 1830 unmarried
6Benjamin E., b. 11-11, 1793 m.  Hannah Hewlings, 1st wife
                                 Martha Burr, 2nd wife
6Rebecca, b. 12-27, 1794         died 9-25, 1862, unmarried
6Kesiah, b. 10-21, 1796          died 11-30, 1871, unmarried
6Hannah, b. 6-14, 1799           died 7-11, 1869, unmarried
6Mary, b. 7-8, 1801              died 12-3, 1872, unmarried
6John C., b. 4-7, 1803,    m.    Maria Buzby
6George B., b. 6-6, 1805   m.    Mary Ridgway
6Charles, b. 6-2, 1807           died 6-16, 1826, unmarried
6Edmund, b. 3-17, 1810     m.    Rachel Peterson, 1st wife
                                    Catharine Hart 2nd wife (nee Badger)



5Rebecca Eayre, dau. of 4Keturah Moore and Thomas Eayre, m. Philip Stricker, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca, b.                m.   Daniel Bodine
6Mary, b.                   m.   Asahel Coate, 1st wife
6Louisa, b.                 m.   Eli Moore
66 Sarah, b.                m.   Charles Wilkins, 2d wife
66 Philip, b.               m.   Abigail Wilkins, 1st wife
                                 Sarah Wilkins, 2d wife
                                 Charlotte Woolston, 3d wife
6Priscilla, b.              m.   John Kirkbride, 2d wife
6Elizabeth Ann, b.          m.   William Reeve
6Keturah, b.                m.                   
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Lewis Stockton.



Sarah Wilkins, the second wife of 6Philip Stricker, was the dau. of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins. Amos was the son of Amos Wilkins and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack, dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Carlile was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian




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lineage. Richard Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Wilkins was the grandson of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family.



5 Keturah Wilkins, dau. of Keturah Moore and John Wilkins (her second husband), m. William Moore, son of Job Moore and Mary Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Richard, b.                     died unmarried
6Wilkins, b.                     died unmarried
6Caroline, b.               m.   Joseph Brown
6Job, b.                         died unmarried
6Mary, b.                        died unmarried
6Rebecca, b.                m.   James Brick, 1st
                                 Joseph Kay, 2d
6Hannah,                         died unmarried
6George b.                  m.   Elizabeth Simmons, 1st wife
                            m.   Sarah Alefarar, 2d wife



5 Joseph Moore, son of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Mary Hewlings, dau. of Abraham Hewlings and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents 6Ann, b. m. Abel Haines 6Rebecca, b. m. Isaac Leeds
Several other children.



Abel Haines who married 6Ann Moore, was the son of Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott, the progenitors. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Samuel was the son of Edward Burrough, of Underbarro, Westmoreland, England. Jacob Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors




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of the Stokes family (See page 8). Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from England in 1682.



Isaac Leeds, who married 5Rebecca Moore, was the son of Nehemiah Leeds and Elizabeth Eayres. Nehemiah was the son of Abraham Leeds.



5Priscilla Moore, dau. of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Zebedee Wills, son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca, b. 11-17, 1784   m. 1-15, 1807, Clayton Haines
6Amy, b. 1-13, 1787              died unmarried (very old)
6Priscilla, b. 4-15, 1789  m.    Isaac Nicholson
6Zebedee M., b. 9-9, 1791  m.    Rachel Rogers
6Hannah E., b. 1-22, 1794  m.    John Gardiner, 1st
                                    Samuel Evans 2d
6Joab, b. 11-23, 1796      m.    Mary Rogers
6Micajah, b. 6-25, 1799          died 7-13, 1810
6Sarah, b. 3-30, 1802      m.    George Haines  M.D.
6Elizabeth, C. b. 8-24, 1804 m.  Benjamin H. Wills
6Zebedee Wills, born 10-4, 1756  died 8-11, 1825
6 Priscilla, b. 7-15, 1762       died 4-8, 1815



Clayton Haines, who married 6Rebecca Wills, was the son of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his second wfie, the dau. of John Butcher and Mary. Benjamin was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr., and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Hackney family. John Jr., was the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England.




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Isaac Nicholson, who married 6Priscilla Wills, was the son of Abel Nicholson and Mary Ellis, the dau. of Isaac Ellis. Abel was the on of Abel Nicholson and Rebecca Aaronshon, the dau. of Aaron Aaronson. Abel was the son of Samuel Nicholson and one of his three wifes. Samuel was the son of Joseph Nicholson and Hannah Wood, the dau. of Henry Wood. Joseph was the son of Samuel Nicholson and Ann, who came from Wiston, Nottinghamshire, England, in 1675.



Rachel and Mary Rogers, the wives of 6Zebedee M. and 6Joab Wills, were the dau.s of William Rogers and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of that family (who came with Dr. Daniel Wills), and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem County, who came from Wales England. William Rogers was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen (widow Eayres), his third wife. William was the son of William, who was the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor, who came from England.



John Gardiner, the first husband of 6 Hannah E. Wills, was the son of Joseph Gardiner and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Esther Evans, the dau. of William Evans.




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and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitors of that family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, above. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Joseph Gardiner was the son of James Gardiner and Mary Tomlinson, the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson, the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Tomlinson family. James was the son of Joseph Gardiner and Catharine Ridgway, the dau. of Thomas Ridgway. Joseph was the son of Thomas Gardiner, Jr. and Hannah Matthews. Thomas Jr, was the son of Thomas Gardiner, the progenitor of the New Jersey branch of the Gardiner family, who came from London England.



Samuel Eves, the second husband of 6Hannah E. Wills , was the son of John Eves and Jane Evans, the dau. of John Evans and Ruth Nicholson, the dau. of Abel Nicholson and Mary Tyler, the dau. of William Tyler. Abel was the son of Samuel Nicholson and Ann, the progenitors of the Nicholson family. John Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England and settled at Burlington, New Jersey.



George Haines, M. D., who married 6Sarah Wills, was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, the dau. of Noah



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Haines and Hannah (Thorn) Turner, the widow of George Turner, and dau. of Thomas Thorn and Letitia Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, the progenitor of the Hinchman family (who was in Flushing, Long Island, in 1675, among the French settlers)
(correction 4), and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, who came from England. Thomas Thorn was the son of Joseph Thorn and Mary Bowne, the dau. of John Bowne and Hannah Feake, of Long Island. Joseph Thorn was the son of William Thorn and Winifred Kay, of Long Island, who came from Dorsetshire, England, to Massachusetts, and from thence to Long Island, in 1645. Noah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr., and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, the progenitor of the Hackney family. John Jr, was the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Nehemiah Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, and came with his father from Northamptonshire, England, in the ship "Samuel," in 1682. Jonathan Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Jonathan was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



Benjamin H. Wills, who married 6Elizabeth C. Wills, was the son of Amos Wills and Rebecca Haines, his first wife, the dau. of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his second wife, whose




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ancestry see,
page 64, in Clayton Haines' ancestry. Amos Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomes Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor of that family, and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, from London. Micahah Wills was he son of James Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Leitita Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John Woolston was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and ______ Olive, his first wife, the sister of Governor Thomas Olive. James Wills was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family above, and sister of Letitiia Newbold above. Daniel Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.



5Benjamin Moore, son of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Sarah Bowen, dau. of John Bowen and Susan ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                  m.    Clarisa Hand 1st wife
                                 Nancy Evans 2d wife
6Rebecca, b.               m.    William Davidson
6Joseph, b.                m.    Rachel Davis
6Eayres, b.                m.    Sarah Wooster
6Zebedee, b.               m.    Rachel Githens
6Sarah, b.                 m.    John Williams
6Mark, b.                  m.    Sarah Ann Carty
6Benjamin                  m.    Sarah Watkins
6Hannah, b.                m.    Job Bishop




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Nancy Evans, the second wife of 6John Moore, was the dau. of Eli Evans and Rebecca Evans, the dau. of Isaac Evans and Bathsheba Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, his first wife, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigal, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8). Isaac Evans was the son of Isaac Evans and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Isaac Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. Eli Evans was the son of Samuel Evans.



5Rebecca Moore, dau. of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Joshua Ballinger, son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Job, b.                   m.   Susan Troth
6Joshua, b.                 m.   Ruth Haines
6Susan, b.                  m.   Stacy Stiles
6Rachel, b.                 m.   died unmarried
6Sarah, b.                  m.   Jacob Lippincott
6Rebecca, b.                m.   Joshua Wilkins
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Joseph Wills 1st wife



Susan Troth, the wife of 6Job Ballinger, was the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence bunting. Samuel was the son of Samuel Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and




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his first wife. (All of John Borton, Jr.'s children were by the first wife.) John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah (Stockton) Jones, the widow of ________ Jones, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, of Springfield, formerly of Long Island, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague. William was the son of John Borton Jr. and his first wife. John, Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton faimly. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family.



Ruth Haines, the wife of 6 Joshua Ballinger, was the dau. of Core Haines and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Hainies and Martha Eayre, the dau. of Habakkuk Eayre and Mary. Habakkuk was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. John Haines was the son of Carile Haines and Sarah Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Carlile Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Core Haines was the son of Isaiah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaiah was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr. and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, hte progenitor of that family. John Jr.,




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was the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the parish of Anyhoe, Northamptonshire, England.



Jacob Lippincott, who married 6Sarah Ballinger, was the son of Levi Lippincott and Lettice Wills, the dau. of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 68, in Benjamin H. Wills' ancestry. Levi Lippincott was the son of Jonathan Lippincott and Ann Eves, the dau. of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London. Jonathan Lippincott was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves , above, from London. James Lippincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Joseph Wills, who married 6Hannah Ballinger, was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebeccca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micahjah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 68, in Benjamin H. Wills' ancestry.



Joshua Wilkins, who married 6Rebecca Ballinger, was the son of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.




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5Hosea Moore, son of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Mary Bishop, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Mark, b.                   m.   Beulah Curlis, 2d wife
6Aaron B., b.               m.   Acksah Bozarth
6Hosea, Jr., b.             m.   Rebecca Prickitt, 1st wife
                            m.   Margaret Burton, 2d wife
6Mary Ann, b.               m.   George W. Helmbold
6Sarah, b.                  m.   Zachariah Wood
6Lydia, b.                  m.   John Conrow
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Robert Wilson
6Amy, b.                    m.   Henry Wood
6Maria Louisa, b.           m.   died in childhood (6 years old)



5John Moore, son of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Keturah Eayre, dau. of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Horatio,  b.               m.   Mary Cox
6John, b.                   m.   _____ _____.
6Rebecca Ann, b.            m.   Lewis Wilkins
6Charles I., b.                  unmarried
6Emeline, b.                m.   _____ Dobbins



5Stacy Moore, won of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Sabilla Austin, dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca ________.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6William b. 11-9, 1801      m.   Martha Warrington
6Elizabeth, b. 8-5, 1805    m.   Robert Buzby
6Meribah, b. 4-7, 1806           died unmarried
Sabilla died and Stacy married Drucilla Tomlin, dau. of William Tomlin and _____ _____.
Children were-
6Hannah, b. 4-9, 1810;      m.   Arthur Haines
6Stacy, b. 10-20, 1816;     m.   died 10-13, 1840, unmarried
6 John R. b. 12-15, 1818.



Arthur Haines, who married 6Hannah Moore, was the son of Isaiah Haines and Rachel Peacock, the dau. of John Peacock and Susannah Ballinger, the dau. of Thomas Ballinger, the



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progenitor of the Ballinger family. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor of the Peacock family, and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Zackjariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. Isaiah Haines was the son of Isaiah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaiah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead Jr. and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. John Jr. was the son of John Hollingshead and grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, of pure Indian Lineage. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



5Hannah Moore, dau. of 4John Moore and Hannah Eayre, m. Amos Wills (2d wife), son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Charles, b.                m.   Hannah Leeds
6Mary, b.                        died unmarried
6Amy, b.                    m.   Charles Stokes 1st wife
6John M.                         died unmarried



Hannah Leeds, the wife of 6Charles Wills, was the dau. of John Leeds and Hannah. John was the son of Nehemiah Leeds and Elizabeth Eayres. Nehemiah was the son of Abraham Leeds.


Charles Stokes, who married 6Amy Wills (first wife), was the son of Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, his first wife, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, the widow of John Mason, and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger




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family. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann (Ashard) Haines, the widow of Nehemiah Haines, and the dau. of _____ Ashard. Francis Collins was the son of John Collins and his first or second wife. John was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Francis was the son of Edward Collins and Mary, of Oxfordshire, England and came from London, and he was a bricklayer.


5Amasa Moore, son of 6Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, m. Agnes French, dau. of Samuel French and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel F., b. 10-7, 1793   m.   Rachel Haines
6William, b. 9-27, 1795          died 3-19, 1796
6Mary, b. 1-31, 1797             died 9-10, 1799
6Sarah, b. 4-13, 1799       m.   Thomas Inskeep
6Amasa, b. 2-4, 1807



Rachel Haines, the wife of 6Samuel F. Moore, was the dau. of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, whose ancestry see, page 66, in George Haines, M. D. ancestry, who was a brother of Rachel Haines.



5Sarah Moore, dau. of 4Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, m. Joseph Rogers, son of William Rogers and Grace Allen (widow Eayres).
Children were-     Link to Parents 6William, b. m. Ann Venicomb 6Martha, b. m. Izri Roberts, 1st wife


Ann Venicomb, the wife of 6William Rogers was the dau. of William Venicomb and Rachel Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was th son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin,



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the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas Eves was the son of Thomas Eves of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the New Jersey branch of the Eves family, who came from London, England. William Venicomb was the son of Francis Venicomb and Rachel Lippincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, of Springfield, New Jersey, formerly of Long Island, the progenitors of the Stockton family.



Izra Roberts, who married 6Martha Rogers, was the son of Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans, the dau. of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, who's ancestry see above in Ann Venicomb's ancestry. Thomas Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wfie. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family, who came from the Parish of Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family, who came from Wales, England. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, who came from London, England and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Thomas Kendall was the progenitor of the Kendall family, came from London with Dr. Danile Wills and was a bricklayer by occupation. Samuel Cole was the son




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of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from "Coles Hill" Hertfordshire, England, and settled at Colestown, New Jersey. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See Page 8). Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton in Warwickshire, England.



5Martha Moore, dau. of 4Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen , m Isaac Fenimore, so of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Allen, b.                  m.   Anner Davis
6Martha Ann, b.             m.   Benajah Powell



Anner Davis , the wife of 6Allen Fenimore , was the dau. of David Davis and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenoitors of the Haines family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Martha Cole, his second wife, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth his first wife. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis




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Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem County, New Jersey. Davis was the son of John Davis of Salem County, where he settled on his arrival in New Jersey from Wales, England.



Benajah Powell, who married 6Martha Ann Fenimore, was the son of Joseph Powell and Mary Butcher, the dau. of Benjamin Butcher and Rachel Shinn, the dau. of Jacob Shinn and Hannah. Benjamin Butcher was the son of Thomas Butcher and Sarah. Joseph Powell was the son of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop.



5Allen Moore, son of 5Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, m. Ann Kay dau. of Josiah Kay and Elizabeth Horner.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Martha, b. 1-15, 1813           went to Philadelphia
6Elizabeth, b. 6-9, 1815
6Ridgway, b. 4-4, 1821           went to Philadelphia



5Elizabeth Moore, dau. of 4Benjamin Moore and Mary Butcher, his second wife, m. John Haines, son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Benjamin M., b. 9-22, 1793 m.   Kesiah Burrough
6Keturah, b. 2,-1, 1795     m.   Joseph K. Lippincott
6Reuben, b. 12-13, 1796     m.   Ann Hooten
6Mary, b. 10-25, 1798            died 10-28, 1822, unmarried
6Rachel, b. 10-16, 1800     m.   Reuben Roberts
6John M., b. 9-14, 1802     m.   Sarah Evans
6Bethuel, b. 5-14, 1805          died 7-6, 1826, unmarried.
6Rebecca, b. 7-7, 1807           died 8-1, 1808
6Chalkley, b. 7-7, 1807          died 7-7, 1807




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Joseph K. Lippincott, who married 6Keturah Haines, was the son of Jesse Lippincott and Mary Ann Kay. Jesse was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Anna Venicomb, his first wfie. Caleb was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Nathaniel Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his frist wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a Parish of England, in Devonshire.



Kesiah Burrough, the wife of 6Benjamin M. Haines, was the dau. of Joseph Burrough and Martha.



Ann Hooten, the wife of 6Reuben Haines, was the dau. of William Hooten and Ann.



Reuben Roberts, who married 6Rachel Haines, was the son of John Roberts and Esther Evans, the dau. of Jacob Evans end Mary Cherryton, his second wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Ricahrd Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8). Joshua Roberts was



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the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.



Sarah Evans, the wife of 6John M. Haines, was the dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Joseph Roerts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8). Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlingotn, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Joseph Evans was the son of Thoms Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joesph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, of Burlington, New Jersey, who came from London, England. Thomas Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, whose ancestry see, in Reuben Roberts' Ancestry, above.




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5Joseph Lippincott, son of 4Rebecca Moore and Abraham Lippincott, m. Rachel Gaskill, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6William G., b.                                 m.                       Mary B. Cox



5William Moore, son of 4Job Moore and Mary Lippincott, m. Keturah Wilkins, dau. of John Wilkins and Keturah Moore, her second husband.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Richard, b.                     died unmarried
6Wilkins, b.                     died unmarried
6Caroline, b.               m.   Joseph R. Brown
6Job, b.                         died unmarried
6Mary, b.                        died unmarried
6Rebecca, b.                m.   James Brick, 1st
                                 Joseph Kay
6Hannah, b.                      died unmarried
6George, b.                 m.   Elizabeth Simmons, 1st wife
                                   Sarah Alefarar, 2d wife



5Able Moore, son of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. Elizabeth Engle, dau. of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                  m.    Priscilla N. Wills
6Granville, b.                   died unmarried
6Cyrus, b.                       Esther Prickitt
6Barclay, b.               m.    Catharine Johnson
6George, b.                m.    Kate Sellars
6Anna, b.                  m.    Lemuel Prickitt
6Elizabeth, b.                   died unmarried.



Priscilla N. Wills, the wife of 6John Moore, was the dau. of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, the dau. of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg, Jr. and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, this first wife. John Hugg, Jr. was the son of John Hugg, the progenitor of the Hugg family, who came from Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Eayre was the son of Richard Eayre and



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Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. John Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the daughter of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family.
(See page 8,) Zebedee Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, of Burlingotn, New Jersey, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor of that family, and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, of Burlington, New Jersey. Micajah Wills was the son of James Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Letitia Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John Woolston was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and ______ Olive, the sister of Gov. Thomas Olive, his first wife. James Wills was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, a sister of Letitia Newbold. Daniel Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Benjamin H. Wills ancestry will be seen on on page 67.



Esther Prickitt, the wife of 6Cyrus Moore, was the dau. of Zeckariah Prickitt and Agnes Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of John Green and Catharine Heustead. John Green was the granson of Thomas Green, the son of Arthur Green, of the Parish of Bugbrook in the county of Northampton, England. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Haines, the dau. of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr. and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Hackney family. John Jr., was the son of John Hollingsead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of pure Indian lineage. Ricahrd was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife,




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the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English family of Sharps, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Zeckariah Prickitt was the son of Job Prickitt and Ann Smith, the dau. of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth. Job Prickitt was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zackariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family, who settled in Springfield, New Jersey.



Lemuel Prickitt, who married 6Anna Moore, was the son of Josiah Prickitt and Ann Sharp, the dau. of Thomas Sharp and Esther Brooks, the dau. of Thomas Brooks and Mary. Thomas Sharp was the son of Amos Sharp and Deborah Haines, the dau. of Enoch Haines and Abigail. Enoch was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian Lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Sharp was the son of Johnn Sharp and Ann Haines, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. John Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English family of Sharps, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Josaih Prickitt was the son of Job Prickitt and Ann Smith, whose ancestry, see above, in Esther Prickitt's ancestry.



5Patience Moore, dau. of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. William Wilkins (2d wife), son of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Mary, b.                        unmarried
6William, b.                     died unmarried




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5Eliza Moore, dau. of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. John Engle, son of John Engle and Lucy Brooks.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6 Mary A., b. 1-13, 1827,  m.    Henry Hancock
6 Cyrus, b. 4-13, 1831           died unmarried 8-4, 1855
Eliza died and John Married Emeline Nippins.
Children were-
6John, b.                  m.    _____ _____



5Cyrus Moore, son of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of Jarvis Stokes and Abigail Woolman.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Cyrus, b.                       unmarried
6Jarvis, b.                      died at 10 years of age
6Abigail, b.                m.   Amos Harvey
6Mary, b.                        unmarried



5Mary Moore, dau. of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. Nathan Buzby, son of Thomas Buzby and Esther Borton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Lydia m.  only child       m.   Joab Wills



Joab Wills who married 6Lydia M. Buzby, was the son of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills, who's ancestry see, page 89 in Pricilla N. Wills ancestry, and Benjamin H. Wills ancestry, see page 67.



5Martha Moore, dau. of 4Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. Thomas Decou, son of _____ _____.
Children were-
Francis, b.                 m.   Hannah Troth



Hannah Troth, the wife of 6Francis Decou, was the dau. of Isaac Troth and Sarah Jones, the dau. of William Jones and Sarah Webster, the dau. of Lawrence Webster and Hannah Wills, the dau. of Daniel Wills and Margaret Eayre. Daniel



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was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. Daniel Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Margaret Eayre was the dau. of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. Lawrence Webster was the son of Thomas Webster and Sarah Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Thomas Webster was the son of Samuel Webster, the progenitor of the Webster family, who came from England. William Jones was the son of Samuel Jones and _____ Peacock. Isaac Troth was the son of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott. Samuel was the son of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah _____. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family, who came from England. Edith Lippincott was the dau. of Aquila Lippincott and Agnes Inskeep. Aquila was the son of John Lippincott and Anna Matlack, his first wife. John was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, whose ancestry see, on
page 78, in Joseph K. Lippincott's ancestry.



5 John Moore, son of 4 Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, m. Sarah Lippincott, dau. of Josiah Lippincott and Mary Phillips.
Children were-     Link to Parents



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6Joseph, b.                 m.   Elizabeth C. Wills.
6Abel, b.                        went out west
6Mary, b.,                       Isaac H. Wills, 2d wife.
6Elwood, b.



Elizabeth C. Wills, who married 6 Joseph Moore, was the dau. of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills, whose ancestries see, on page 67 and 80.



Isaac H. Wills, who married 6Mary Moore, was the son of William S. Wills and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, who was the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Isaac Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, who ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry. William S. Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, the dau. of William Stockton and Mary Nagley. Micajah Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see, on page 84, in Hannah Troth's ancestry.



5Japheth Garwood, son of 4Susannah Collins and Daniel Garwood, m. Hannah Haines, dau. of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp.
Children were-     Link to Parents
Hannah, b.                  ; m.                                               Isaac Sharp
Hannah died, and 5Japheth married Elizabeth Bates, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were- 6Sarah, b. 2-22, 1792 m. Jacob Prickitt 6Hope, b. 1-11, 1796 m. Job Braddock.




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6Rachel, b. 1-16, 1797;          died 1-22, 1815
6Daniel, b. 3-20, 1800;          died in minority



Isaac Sharp, who married 6Hannah Garwood, was the son of William Sharp and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of John Green and Catharine Heustead. John was the grandson of Thomas Green, who was the son of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Haines, whose ancestry see, on page 82, in Esther Prickitt's ancestry.



Jacob Prickitt, who married 6Sarah Garwood, was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Mary Peacock, the dau. of John Peacock and Susannah Ballinger, the dau. of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Zachariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of tthe Prickitt family. John was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor, who came from Scotland. Jacob Prickitt was the son of Barzillia Prickitt and Sarah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Hannah, his second wife. William was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English family of Sharps. Barzillia Prickitt was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zackariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family.



Job Braddock, who married 6Hope Garwood, was the son of Job Braddock and Hannah Snowden, the dau. of Nathaniel Snowden and Margaret. Job was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton Jr., and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehoboam Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, this firs wife, the progenitors of that family. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert






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Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Joseph Bates was a son of William Bates, the progenitor of the Bates family, who came from Wickloe, Ireland and settled at Newton, New Jersey.



5Susannah Garwood, dau. of 4Susannah Collins and Daniel Garwood, m. John Brooks, son of Thomas Brooks and Mary _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                   m.   Mary Woolman
6Esther, b.                 m.   Samuel R. Smith
6Sarah, b.                  m.   John Peacock
(other children)



5Mary Collins, dau. of 4 John Collins and Patience ______, m. Samuel Hugg, son of Joseph Hugg and Sarah ______.
They had no children, and the property her father left her went to John and Job Collins, sons of her brother Francis, by provision of his will.     Link to Parents



5John Collins, son of Francis Collins and Ann Haines (widow), m. Ruth Borrodale, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Ann, b.
6John, b.
6Job, b                     m.   Mary Ballinger
6Arthur, b.                 m.   Martha Ballinger
6Phebe, b.                  m.   Isaac Roberts
6Rhoda, b.                  m.   Enoch Roberts



Mary and Martha Ballinger, who married 6Job and 6Arthur Collins were the daughters of Levi Ballinger and Hannah.



5Job Collins, son of 4Francis Collins and Ann Haines (widow), m. Mary Haines, dau. of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp.
Children were-      Link to Parents
6Sarah, b. 11-15, 1774      m.3-12-1794, Samuel Thorn




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Mary Died and 5Job married Elizabeth Mason, widow of John Mason, and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn.
Children were-
6Mary, b. 8-19, 1780    m. 9-12, 1798, Uriah Borton.
6John, b. 5-31, 1782    m.             Sarah Haines, 3d wife
6Naomi, b. 4-26, 1784   m.             Isaac Roberts
6Elizabeth, b. 2-9, 1786
6Lydia, b. 11-17, 1787  m.             Isaac Stokes, 1st wife
6Josiah, b. 6-18, 1789
6Hannah, b. 9-5, 1792                  "These three all died in childhood"
6Hope, b. 10-7, 1794                              "
6Isaac, b. 7-4, 1797                              "
6 Ezra, b. 2-12, 1801                  died 8- , 1825, unmarried



Uriah Borton, who married 6Mary Collins, was the son of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb famly, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Roebert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Abram Horton was the son of John Borton and Elizabeth Lord. John was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John, Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family.



Sarah Haines, the wife of 6John Collins, was the dau. of Job Haines and Sarah Carr, the dau. of Caleb Carr. Job Haines was the son of Benjamin Haines and Elizabth Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Benjamin Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of John Hollingshead, Jr., and Agnes Hackney, the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the




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Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.


Isaac Stokes, who married 6Lydia Collins, was the son of John Stokes and Beulah Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. John Stokes was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, whose ancestry see, from that family, on page 26.


5John Newton, son of 4Mary Stokes and Isaac Newton, m. Rachel Sharp, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Liza, b.                   m.   Asa Edwards
6William, b.                m.   Hannah Ann Allen
6Mary Ann, b.                    died unmarried
6Hannah, b.                 m.   William Allen
6 Matilda, b.               m.   Mahlon Wilson, 1st 
                            m.   George Risdon, 2d
6John, b.                   m.   Mary Ann Garwood
6Samuel S., b.              m.   Sarah Ann Risdon
6Eleanor, b.                m.   William Johnson



5Mary Newton, dau. of 4Mary Stokes and Isaac Newton, m. Samuel Garwood, son of Israel Garwood and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joel, b.                        died in minority
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Elias Edwards
6William, b.                m.   Rachel Prickitt
6Elizabeth, b.              m.   Stacy Prickitt, Jr.
6Joshua, b.                 m.   Hannah Braddock
6Samuel, b .                m.   Elizabeth Christopher




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6Mary Jane, b.              m.   William Braddock, Jr.
6Israel, b.                 m.   Julia Ann Jones



Stacy Prickitt, Jr., who married 6Elizabeth Garwood, was the son of Stacy Prickitt and Jane Conover. Stacy was the son of Job Prickitt and Ann Smith, the dau. of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth. Job was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zackariah Prickitt and Elipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family.


Hannah Braddock, the wife of 6Joshua Garwood, was the dau. of Job Braddock and Hope Garwood, the dau. of Japheth Garwood and Elizabeth Bates, his second wife. Japheth was the son of Daniel Garwood and Susannah Collins, the dau. of John Collins and his first or second wife. John was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Daniel Garwood was the son of Thomas Garwood and Margaret, the progenitors of the Garwood family. Job Braddock was th son of Job Braddock and Hannah Snowden, the dau. of Nathaniel Snowden and Margaret. Job was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr, was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehoboam Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who emigrated to long Island in 1670. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, the progenitor of the Bates family, who came from Wickloe, Ireland. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife.



Elizabeth Christopher, the wife of 6Samuel Garwood, was the dau. of John M. Christopher and Dorothy Hewlings, the dau. of John Hewlings and Lydia Crispin, the dau. of Benjamin



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Crispin and Rachel Braddock, the dau. of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, of Long Island. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, who came from Wickloe, Ireland. Robert was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Benjamin Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen, of Springfield, New Jersey. Benjamin was the son of Silas Crispin, the progenitor of the Crispin family in America, and Mary (Stockton) Shinn, his second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn and Dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail the progenitors of the Stockton family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and formerly of Long Island. Silas was the son of Captain William Crispin of the British Navy, and Anne Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant, of Rotterdam. Ann Jasper was a sister of Margaret Jasper, the wife of Admiral Sir William Penn, the father of William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. John Hewlings was the son of Joseph Hewlings and Elizabeth Langstaff, his second wife, the widow of William Hammitt, and dau. of Laban Langstaff, the son of Laban Langstaff, the progenitor of the Langstaff family. Joseph was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, who came from London. Jacob was the son of William Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, from London.



William Braddock, Jr., who married 6 Mary Jane Garwood, was the son of William Braddock and Ann Roberts, the dau. of William Roberts and Ann Elton. William Braddock was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemina Darnell, whose ancestry see on page 90, in Hannah Braddock's ancestry.



Julia Ann Jones, the wife of Israel Garwood, was the dau. of Jonathan Jones and Amy Wilkins, the dau. of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins. Amos was the son of Amos Wilkins and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the




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Matlack family. Carlile Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian Lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Wilkins was the grandson of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Jonathan Jones was the son of Samuel Jones and Elizabeth Reed. Samuel was the son of Samuel Jones and _____ Peacock.



5William Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. Elanor Long, dau. of _____ ______.
They left no children      Link to Parents.


5Mary Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. Thomas Lester, son of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Peter, b.                  m.   Margaret Foulke



5Hannah Stokes, dau. of 4 John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. Joshua Paul, son of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Tacy Ann, b.               m.   William Hollowell.
6Rachel M., b.              m.   Elias Kirk
6Hannah M., b.              m.   Edward Mathers
6Morris M., b.              m.   Lydia Hollowell
6John, b.   
6Sidney P., b.              m.   John Lloyd
6Joseph P., b.              m.   Mary Foulke
6Susan P., b.               m.   Joseph Lukens



5Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. David Roberts, son of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Charles, b.
6Jarvis, b.
6Eliza, b.                  m.   Peter Ihril
6Stokes, b.,                m.   Margaret Spangler
6Albina, b.




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5Rachel Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. Timothy Smith, son of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    Robert Williams
6Samuel, b. 
6John, b.                  m.    Sarah Swain
6Jarvis, b.                m.    Sarah Parry



5Susan Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. James Bryan, son of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6James, b. 
6Clayton, b.                m.   Carrie _____.
6Newton, b.
6William, b.
6John, b.                   m.   Ellen Hough
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Francis Bodder



6Samuel Stokes, M. D., son of 6John Stokes and Susannah Newton, m. Susan Meyers, dau. of _____. ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Ellen Louisa, b.
6Frances, C. b.             m.   Jesse Williams
6Rachel S., b. 
6Henrietta, T.
6Anna Maria, b.



5 Stogdell Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Susanna Newton, m. Eliza Eastburn, dau. of ______ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Martha E., b.,             m.   N. Newlin Stokes, M.D.
6John, N., b.                    died unmarried



5Israel Stokes, son of 4David Stokes and Ann Lancaster, m. Sarah Borton, dau. of Joshua Borton and Elizabeth N. Woolman.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Susan, b.                  m.   George Williams
6Benjamin R., b.            m.   Sarah Zelley
6Ann L.,  b.                m.   William S. Emley
6Israel, b.                 m.   Caroline Green
6Elizabeth, b,,             m.   Henry C. Deacon




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5John L. Stokes, son of 4David Stokes and Ann Lancaster, m. Rachel Burr, dau. of Caleb Burr and Martha _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Henry, b.                  m.                
6David, b.
6Martha, b.                 m.   Gen. George H. Stokes
6Lydia, b.                  m.   Barzillia Braddock.



Barzillia Braddock, who married 6Lydia Stokes, was the son of William Braddock and Ann Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers, the son of William Rogers and Martha Esterhans. William was the son of William Rogers and Elizabeth Walker. William was the son of Williiam Rogers and Hannah. William Braddock was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemina Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, whose ancestry see, on page 90, in Hannah Braddock's ancestry.



5Charles Stokes, son of 4David Stokes and Ann Lancaster, m. Tacy Jarrett, dau. of William Jarrett and Ann Lukens.
Childres were-     Link to Parents
6David, b. 9-18, 1817          died in infancy
6Hannah, b. 4-30, 1819      m. 1837 Charles Williams
6Alice, b. 8-25, 1821       m. 1843 William Parry
6Jarrett, b. 4-29, 1823     m. Martha Hilyard
6Anna, b. 4-24, 1825        m. 1850 Chalkley Albertson
6 William, b. 9-10, 1827    m. 1863 Anna McIlvain



Charles Stokes, A. D. 1903


Certainly there are few who believe that the mere act of Jacob's coming near and kissing his old and decripit father, and the use of any particular words to him, by that old man, had any influence in compelling others "to serve him; to bow down before him; or be acursed if they did otherwise." But rather that that little




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comedy was inserted in the book of Genesis to record Jacob's intense desire to be, after Isaac's death in possession of that little spark that had lighted the life of his father, and made him cherished his brother Ishmael, and Abraham before him, and made him cherished above Lot, his uncle's son. And Terah, too, before him, and made him preferred above his brother Haran. And what in fact made the Israelites, despite all their ills and short-comings, the cherished by God, and the honored by all nations.
This is Charles Stokes' peculiarity. He, like the patriarchs of old, is descendant of a long line of cherished and honored ancestory. And in his portion, he has inherited that little spark; that certian something; that invisible, yet ever present and all-pervading power, that raises up and throws down who it will. That makes honored, or dishonored, whoever and whenever suits its strange fancy. Without which none are great, and with which none are mean.
View him as you will, there cannot be found in him any one art; any faculty; any ability to do a particular thing in a peculiar way, whereby those who rise in the world usually climb into a place above their fellows. And yet, without wealth, without office, and without title, he has risen to that place of prominence where he is one of the formost citizens of his county and State.
As Abram became Abraham, so is he the honored Charles Stokes.

C. S.



William Parry


William Parry, who married 6 Alice Stokes, was the son of John R. Parry and Letitia Penn Smith, the dau. of Thomas Smith and Letitia Blackfan. Thomas was the son of William Smith and Rebecca Wilson. William was the son of William Smith, who came from Yorkshire, England and Mary Croasdale, the dau. of Thomas Croasdale and Agnes. John R. Parry was the son of John Parry and Elizabeth Roberts. John was the son of John Parry and Margaret Tyson. John was the son of Thomas Parry, who came from Carnarvonshire, a county of North Wales in 1680, and Jane Morris, who he married in 1715. Thomas was the son of Love Parry and Ellen Wynn, of Carnarvonshire, Wales. Love was the son of Colonel Geoffrey Parry, of Rhydolion,




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Carnarvonshire, Wales (officer of King Charles 1, 1625). William Parry settled at Cinnaminson, New Jersey, where he founded the Pomona Nurseries, the most extensive in the State, comprisiong somthing over three hundred acres. He was a practical civil engineer, surveyor, conveyancer, and did much other public business. He was elected to the legislature in 1854, and re-elected the following two years, and was speaker of the House of Assembly during the session of 1855, and served on many important committees during the time he was in that body. He was Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, and a master in the Court of Chancery. He held many honorable positions in the State-as international judge from New Jersey in the department of pomology at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia; a member of the New Jersey State Board of Agriculture; one of the managers of the New Jersey State Geological Survey; president of the West Jersey Surveyor's Association; president of the State Board of Vistitors to Rutger's Scientific College for the benefit of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; vice-president of the American Pomological Society; a member of the Horticultural Societies of New Jersey and Pennsylvania; an honorary member of the Pennsylvania Historical Society; president of the Westfield and Camden Turnpike Company. He was a Republican in politics, and was chose president of the first Republican convention which assembled in the State, and was foremost in all political and economic questions of the day. He saw the advantages to be derived from railroads in the State, and used his influence in every way to enact laws giving the State the right to construct railroads, and abolishing the exclusive monopoly privileges of the joint companies. From that time all legal restraints against building railroads in New Jersey have been removed, and in 1873 a general railroad law was passed, and the people left at liberty to build railroads wherever the public good required. He was widely known, identified with the interests of the State as one of the foremost and most arduous co-laborers in all that pertained to the welfare of the public good and enhancement of the State; and in his associations with men, was highly esteemed for his excellent judgement and executive ability. He was unostentatious in his intercourse with men, yet dignified in bearing, and had the esteem and confidence of all who knew him, and his natural attractiveness won the respect and regard of strangers.




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Martha Hilyard, the wife of 6 Jarrett Stokes, was the dau. of William Hilyard and Hannah Rowland, the dau. of Benjamin Rowland and Mary George, of Abington, Pennsylvania. William was the son of Jacob Hilyard and Martha Robinson. Jacob was the son of Edward Hilyard and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of pure Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the Parish of Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England, in 1682. (see page 298 (Hilyard) for further ancestry.)



5Martha Stokes, dau. of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Aaron Haines, son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, 1st wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                  m.    Mary Ann Woolston
6Jarvis, b.                m.    Elizabeth Reeve
6Edith, b.                 m.    Isaac Haines
6Samuel, b.                m.    Ann Woolman
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    Joseph Elkinton



Isaac Haines, who married 6Edith Haines, was the son of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Isaac Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitor of the Roberts famiy. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.


5John Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Elizabeth Woolman, dau. of Asher Woolman and Rachel Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Edith, b. 8-29, 1799            died 8-22, 1801
6Susan W., b. 6-16, 1801    m.   Benjamin Gauntt  
6Herbert N., b. 2-1, 1803   m.   Sarah A. Simmons




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6Maria, b. 11-22, 1804      m.   John S. Woolman, 1st
                                 Jonathan Petitt 2d.
6Asher W., b. 11-25, 1806   m.   Martha Hollingshead
6Martha W., b. 12-17, 1808  m.   Smith W. Clark
6Woolman, b. 2-22, 1811          died 3-11, 1813
6John W., b. 4-29, 1813     m.   Eliza S. Lippincott
6Nathan H., b. 11-6, 1815   m.   Rebecca Rogers
6Woolman 2d, b. 4-18, 1818  m.   Sarah W. Petitt
6Elizabeth W., b. 9-7, 1820 m.   Thomas Evans
6Edward, b. 11-7, 1822      m.   Esther R. Evans



Eliza S. Lippincott, the wife of 6John W. Stokes, was the dau. of Benjamin Lippincott and Eliza Stow. Benjamin was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Elizabeth Venicomb. Isaac was the son of Joseph Lippincott and Rebecca Coate. Joseph was the son of Jacob Lippincott and Mary Burr. Jacob was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



5William Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Hannah Hatcher, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca, b. 3-23, 1799      m.  Brazilla Ivins;   d. 8-19, 1835
6Jarvis, b. 1-6, 1801        m.  Mary Belsford;    d. 7-15, 1849
6Joel A., b. 12-16, 1802     m.  Mary Hathaway;    d. 8- , 1852
6John E., b. 8-11, 1804          died 3-14, 1808
6Franklin, b. 3-10, 1806         died 4-21, 1857
6Unity, b. 6-11, 1808        m.  David Wills;      d. 7-7, 1833
6 Granville W., b. 9-26, 1810 m. 1839, Jane Robinson d. 5-19, 1882
6Benjamin A., b. 9-3, 1812   m.  1841, Maria L. Mulford d. 8-14, 1849
6Caroline, b. 10-1, 1814     m.  1833, James Graham; d. 6-30, 1894
6Elizabeth A., b. 2-23, 1816 m.  John McCowen        d. 8-2, 1897 S.P.
6William H., M. D., b. 7-22, 1820 m.1849, Susannah Throckmorton.
6 Hannah, b. 1-6, 1823       m.  1841 John Simonton
William Stokes deceased 8-17, 1838
Hannah, his wife, deceased 5- , 1858



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William Stokes, the fourth child of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, was born in Burlington County, New Jersey, 1-14, 1779. He married 4-8, 1798, Hannah Hatcher, of the same county, who was born 8-11, 1775, and settled and resided in Burlington county until 5 mo., 1817. He was a wheelwright by trade, and engaged in the manufacture of wagons. Up to this last date there had been born to his union ten children, nine of them living-John E. alone having departed this life-the eldest, Rebecca, being eighteen years old, and the youngest, Elizabeth Ann, one year old. With these nine children, and his wife William Stokes left New Jersey in a train composed of two ordinary road lumber wagons loaded with mover's outfit, and after a journey of near two months arrived in Lebanon, Waren county, Ohio, 7-4th following.
The trip across the country, over the mountains and through the valleys, was without particlular incident or mishap, and the entire family reached their destination in unusual health and spirits.
The region of country over which they traveled presented new scenes daily. Over the rolling surface was the varied arrangement of woodland and field, with log farm houses and barns attesting separate possessions.
There were frequent brooks and wide rivers, narrow, winding country roads, not roads lined with fences, but along whicht the birches, the elderberries and the sumach grew, with wild grapevines and clamatis climbing to the top of the majestic and sturdy oaks that seemed to stand guard for the safety of the travelers.
The journey was made at a time when nearly the entire trade and travel of the county was by team over dirt roads, and through a country where bridges spanned only a few of the rivers, with long and steep hills and high mountains to climb and descend, and often, for days through the solid forests, the sun only to be seen at high noon, with the wagons for sleeping aprartments, and the roadside for a kitchen; where men, and even women and children, walked for days that the wagons might be lightened over the rocks and in the mire. We can form some idea of the force and character of this courageous couple, as they contemplated and completed such an arduous journey, leaving behind them the sacred ties of home, fond parents, brothers and sisters; but it illustrates the character of William Stokes and his faithful.




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consort. Son after arriving in Warren county, William Stokes settled on a farm one and one half miles south of Lebanon, and soon after purchased a farm of 160 acres in Clear Creek township, near Utica, in Warren county, for which he gave seventeen dollars per acre, upon which was a double log house, a log stable, and thirty-five acres of land cleared for cultivation, to which he moved in the spring of 1818, and where he passed the remainder of his happy life. William Stokes was strong physically and mentally; full of life and energy, and whatever he undertook he accomplished, if it was possible of accomplishment.
He was fond of Company, made himself agreeable to others, and was honored and respected by all. He took much interest in the education of his children, and had them apply themselves assiduously to their books, and provided them with works tending to broaden and strengthen their minds. He was of a jovial nature and happy turn of mind, and readily adapted himself to events and surroundings-a man of honest purpose and high character-a man among men; he transmitted to his children these characteristics, and after his death, his memory is resplendent with those jewels that "man doth leave after him."
He died after a short illnes, 8 mo., 17th, 1838.
The good woman who had been his constant companion and helpmate through life, was, like him, strong in mind and body. She possessed many rare qualities, and inspired her children with ambition. She ever kept a watchful eye over them, and maintained their united confidence to the last. She was a woman of unusual energy and determination, and these qualities were slackened only by the weakness of age.
In religion she and her husband caste their lot with the Society of Friends, or Quakers, and to the end maintained their belief that "there is a spirit in man, and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding."
After the death of her husband she continued to reside on the farm where the famiy had lived since coming to Ohio, and at the ripe age of four score and three, she died on the 18th day of 4 mo., 1858, having lived twenty years after her husbnad's death. They had born to them twelve children, seven sons and five daughters, all of whom grew to manhood and womanhood ecxept John E.

W. J. W. S.



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5Hannah Stokes, b. 8-11, 1775, dau. of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. 1-11, 1795, Granville Woolman, b. 1-1, 1774, son of Asher Woolman, who was born 6-27, 1722, and married 12-13, 1769, Rachel Norcross, who was born 8-15, 1750. She being nineteen years of age at the time of her marriage with Asher Woolman, who was forty-seven years old.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Eliza, b. 1795             m.   David Lukens
6Ann, b. 10-3, 1797,        m.   David Walton; d. 10-7, 1821
6Rachel, b. 7-20, 1799      m.   Chambless Middleton
6John, b. 8-20, 1803        m.   Maria Stokes; d. 5-20, 1861
6 Granville, b. 6-1, 1807   m.   Phebe Lippincott; d. 3-13, 1870



5Sarah Stokes, dau. of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Uriah Haines, son of George Haines and Edith Woolman.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Elizabeth, b. 1-23, 1826        died unmarried 12-6, 1900
6Burr, b. 11-8, 1830        m.   Elizabeth Hendrickson
6Mordecai, b. 6-10, 1837    m.   _____ _____ ; d. 12-7, 1886
Sarah died 6-23, 1851, and Uriah married Letitia Parry, dau. of _____ _____
Uriah died 3-13, 1874



5Mordecai Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Sarah Thompson, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Mordecai, b.
6George, b.
6 Darius,b.
This family resided in Philadelhia.
Mordecai died 8-29, 1835.



5Joseph Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Harriet Stockton, dau. of Richard Stockton and Sarah.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Elizabeth, b. 12-8, 1813  m. 1-22, 1834, George Hulme; d. 12-5, 1853.
Elizabeth was the only child.
Joseph died 8-23, 1851
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5Jarvis Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elziabeth Rogers, m. Abigail Woolman, dau. of Asher Woolman and Rachel Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rachel W., b. 2-3, 1807    m.1828,  Daniel S. Kelley
6Elizabeth, b. 9-18, 1808   m.1838   Cyrus Moore
6Uriah W., b. 10-13, 1810   m.1833   Ann Lawrence
6William, b. 4-11, 1812     m.       Elizabeth Ieriorl
6Charles, b. 6-15, 1814     m.1839   Josephine A. Yates
6George M., b. 5-15,1816    m.       Martha B. Stokes
6Rebecca W., b. 4-15,1818,  m.1839,  Morgan E. Hollingshead.
6Granville W., b. 6-11,1820 m.1840,  Cornelia Taylor
6Jarvis, b. 6-8, 1825
6Franklin, b. 5-22, 1829    m.1868,  _____ Williams
6Milton,b. 4-6, 1831,       m.1859   Susan Mary Haines



Cyrus Moore, who married 6Elizabeth Rogers, was the son of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis, the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Cyrus Moore was the son of Joseph Moore and Patience Woolman, the dau. of Samuel Woolman and Elizabeth. Samuel was the son of John Woolman, the progenitor, and Elizabeth Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8). Benjamin Moore was the progenitor of the Moore family, and came from Birmingham, Lincolnshire, England.



5Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Abel Haines, son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, first wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Abigail Ann, b. 4-20, 1801 m. 4-6,1826, Tyler W. Burr
6Elizabeth R., b. 4-5, 1803 m. 4-8,1824, Arthur Matlack
6Susannah, b. 11-24, 1804                died 1-20, 186 , unmarried
6Albina, b. 12-30, 1806     m. 10-17, 1839, Aaron Engle
6Charles, b. 6-20, 1809                   died 6-20, 1809
6Mary S., b. 6-29, 1811     m.         John Troth (of Columbus).




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Aaron Engle, who married 6 Albina Haines, was the son of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Job was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Obadiah Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susannah Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family.



John Troth, who married 6Mary S. Haines, was the son of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott, the dau. of Aquila Lippincott and Agnes Inskeep. Aquila was the son of John Lippincott and Ann Matlack, his first wife. John was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, whose ancestry see, on page 78, in Joseph K. Lippincott's ancestry. Samuel Troth was the son of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau., of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London,




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England. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wfie. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family.



5Samuel Stokes, son of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Amy Middleton, dau. of _____ _____, 1814
Children were-     Link to Parents
6James M., b. 8-18, 1815;      m.    Maria T. Cox
6Elizabeth Ann, b. 1-19, 1817; m.    John Sherwood
6Sarah W., b. 10-31, 1819; m.        died unmarried
5Samuel died 10-11, 1860
Amy died 10-13, 1874



5Esther Stokes, dau. of 4Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, m. Joseph E. Butterworth, son of John M. Butterworth and Rachel Eayre, dau. of Joseph and Charity Eayre.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel, b.                   m.                Hannah Ann Prickitt
6Jarvis, b.                   m.                Matilda M. Woolston
6Mordecai, b.                 m.                Rebecca Lippincott
6Joseph B., b.                m.                Sarah Murrell
6Elizabeth, b.                m.                Samuel Smith
6Mary, b.                     m.                John E. Deacon
6Rachel, b.                   m.                Benajah Woodward



5Stokes Haines, son of 4Hannah Stokes and Jacob Haines, m. Lockey Ann French, dau. of Joseph French and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph F., b.                                   died unmarried
6Elizabeth, b.                m.                 Albert Allen
6Stokes, Jr.  b.              m.                 Hannah Kendall
Two or three born, died in infancy



5John Haines, son of 4Hannah Stokes and Ephraim Haines, m. Mary Wills, dau. of Moses Wills and Margaret Clement
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Margaretta, b.                 m.                Joseph Buzby




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6Joseph, b.                      died a young man
6Samuel, b.
6Elizabeth, b.
6Richard, b.                m.   Rebecca H. Crispin
6 John Cortland, b.
6 Mary, b.                       died unmarried



Rebecca H. Crispin, the wife of 6Richard Haines, was the dau. of Abel Crispin and Hannah Evans. Abel Crispin was the son of Silas Crispin and Patience Haines, the dau. of Caleb Haines and Sarah Burr, the dau. of Henry Burr and Elizabeth. Henry came from England, and settled in Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey. Caleb Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Silas Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen and Martha, of Springeifld, New Jersey. Benjamin was the son of Silas Crispin, the progenitor of the Crispin family, and Mary (Stockton) Shinn, his second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, of Springfield, New Jersey, formerly of Long Island. Silas was the son of Captain William Crispin, of the British navy, and Annie Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant of Rotterdam. Annie Jasper was the sister of Margaret Jasper, the wife of Vice-Admral Sir William Penn, the father of William Penn, the Quaker, the founder of Pennsylvania. Richard Haines went to Ohio.



5Rebecca Stokes, dau. of 4John H. Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans, m. James Thorton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6James, b.                 m.    _____ Gilbert 1st wife
                                 _____ Taylor 2nd wife
6John, b. 
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5 Susan A. Stokes, dau. of 5 John H. Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans, m. George F. Doughten, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Henry W. b.
6Emma, S. b.



5Maria Stokes, dau. of 4John H. Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans, m. Samuel Bispham, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Augustus, b.              m.    Cornelia Koons
6Maria, b.                 m.    Samuel Collier
6Anna, b.                  m.    Smith Bowen
6James, b.                 m.    Mary Palmer
6William, b.               m.    Jane Scott
6John S., b.               m.    Ada Koons.



5John H. Stokes, M. D.,, son of 4John H. Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans, m. Tabitha Jenkins, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6 Elizabeth, b.                       m.    J. H. Morris
6 J. Spencer, b.                            died unmarried
6 Henry N., b. 
6 Samuel, b.,  info on Samuel Evans Stokes of India
6 Anna, b. 
6 Frederick, b.



5Nancy E. Stokes, dau. of 4John H, Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans, m. Nathaniel Stokes, son of Joseph Stokes and Esther Newlin.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.                m.    Mary E. Warrington
6Mary Emma, b.             m.    Alexander Wood
6N. Newlin, M. D.,         m.    Martha E. Stokes
6John H., b.               m.    _____ Thomas, 1st wife
                                 _____ Dunham, 2d wife
6Hannah, H., b.
6 Anna, b.
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5Ebenezer Roberts, son of 4John Roberts and Phebe Andrew, m. Rachel Dudley, dau. of Thomas Dudley and Martha Evans
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Martha, b.                m.    Thomas Comfort
6Amos, b.                  m.    Jane Matlack
6Allen, b.                 m.    Mary Haines
6Phebe, b.                       died unmarried
6Lydia, b.                       died unmarried



Mary Haines, the wife of 6Allen Roberts, was the dau. of Hinchman Haines and Mary Warrington, his first wife. Hinchman was the son of Noah Haines and Hannah Thorn, widow of George Turner, and dau. of Thomas Thorn and Letitia Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitor of that family. John Hinchman was the progenitor of the Hinchman family, and in 1675 was an inhabitant of Flushing, Long Island. (correction 4) Thomas Thorn was the son of Joseph Thorn and Mary Bowne, the dau. of John Bowne, and Hannah Feake, of Long Island, the progenitors of the Bowne family. Joseph Thorn was the son of William Thorn and Winefred Kay, of Long Island, who came from Dorsetshire, England, to Massachusetts, and from there to Long Island, in 1645. Noah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 88, in Sarah Haines ancestry.



5Hugh Roberts, son of 4Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute, m. Lydia Lippincott, dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    William Lippincott
6Priscilla, b.             m.    George Kille
6Hugh, b.                  m.    Rebecca Brown
6 Richard, b.              m.    Mary Walton 1st wife
                                 Susan _____ 2d wife
6 Samuel, b.               m.    Elizabeth _____
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5Rebecca Roberts, dau. of 5Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute, m. William Wilkins, son of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel R., b.             m.    Hannah Haines
6Nathan, b.                      unmarried
Rebecca died and William married Patience Moore, dau. of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin.
Children were-
6 Mary, b.                                  unmarried     
6 William, b.                               unmarried



Hannah Haines, the wife of 6Samuel R. Wilkins, was the dau. of Joseph Haines and Hannah Maxwell, the dau. of John Maxwell, the son of John Maxwell and Hannah Matlack, the dau. of John Matlack and Mary Lee, his second wife. John Matlack was the son of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack famly, who came from England, and were married in New Jersey. John Maxwell was a shoemaker and resided in Haddonfield, New Jersey, and is said to be the progenitor of that family. Joseph Haines was the son of Isaah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, whose ancestry see, page 97, in Isaac Haines' ancestry. Isaiah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, page 88, in Sarah Haines' ancestry.



5Benjamin Roberts, son of 4Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute, m. Bathsheba Wilkins, dau. of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6E. Nathan, b.
6Lydia,



5Nathan Roberts, son of 4Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute, m. Rebecca Haines, dau. of Joseph Haines and Hannah Maxwell.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, H. b.             m.    Mary W. Engle
6Mary, b.                  m.    Joshua B. Wilkins




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Joshua B. Wilkins, who married 6Mary Roberts, was the son of Joshua Wilkins and Rebecca Ballinger, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Rebecca Moore, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, the dau. of Thomas Eayre and Priscilla Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg Jr. and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. John Hugg, Jr. was the son of John Hugg, the progenitor, who came from Wexford, Ireland. Thomas Eayre was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. John Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph FEnimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of the Moore family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8). Joshua Ballinger was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susanna Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Susanna Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor ofthe Ballinger family. Joshua Wilkins was the son of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.



5Joshua Roberts, son of 4Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute, m. Sarah Wilkins, dau. of William Wilkins and Sarah Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sarah, b.                 m.    Nathan Evans
6Stacy,b.                  m.    Esther Evans
6Joshua, b.                m.    Hannah Thorn
6Rebecca, b.



5Thomas Cowperthwiat, son of 4Rebecca Roberts and Hugh Cowperthwait, m. Hannah Ballinger, dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joshua, b.                m.    Keturah McBride



5Rebecca Cowperthwait, dau. of 4Rebecca Roberts and Hugh Cowperthwait, m. John Evans, son of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox.
     
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Children were-
6William, b.               m.    Susan Evans
6Ezra, b.                        died unmarried
6Lydia, b.                 m.    David Roberts, 1st wife
6 Mary, C., b.             m.    David Darnell
6David, b.                 m.    Sarah Roberts
6 Deborah, b,              m.    William Cooper Lippincott



Susan Evans, the wife of 6William Evans, was the dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Fredom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the family. (See page 8.) Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England. Joseph Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 79, in Sarah Evans' ancestry.


David Rogers, who married 6Lydia Evans, was the son of William Roberts and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wiils, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott




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and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, whose ancestry see,
page 107, in Susan Evan's ancestry. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem county, New Jersey. David was the son of John Davis, of Salem county, who came from Wales England. William Roberts was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen (Widow Eayres), his third wife. William was the son of William, who was the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of the Rogers family, who came from England.



David Darnell, who married 6Mary C. Evans, was the son of Edmund Darnell and Rachel Dudley, the dau. of Joshua Dudley and Rachel. Edmund was the son of Edward Darnell and Jane Driver. Edward was the son of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family, who came from the parish of Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England.



Sarah Roberts, the wife of 6David Evans, was the dau. of Samuel Roberts and Sarah Evans, the dau. of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 79, in Sarah Evans' ancestry.



William Cooper Lippincott, who married 6Deborah Evans, was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Theodocia Hewlings. Samuel was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Jennings. Aaron was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste.




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John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a parish in Devonshire, England.



5Phebe Cowperthwait, dau. of 4Rebecca Roberts and Hugh Cowperthwait, m. Benjamin Hunt, son of John Hunt and Esther Warrington.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rachel, b.                      died unmarried
6Ezra, b.



5Deborah Cowperthwait, dau. of 4Rebecca Roberts and Hugh Cowperthwait, m. _____ Copp, M. D., son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Mary, b.                  m.    Mark Wills
6William, b.               m.    Lydia Coate



Mark Wills, who married 6Mary Copp, was the son of Joseph Wills and Hannah Ballinger, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Rebecca Moore, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills ancestry. Joshua Ballinger was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family. Joseph Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see, page 84, in Hannah Troth's ancestry. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the family, who came from London, England. Jacob was the son of William Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor. Micajah Wills was the son of James Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.




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William Roberts, son of 4 William Roberts and Elizabeth Grinslade, m. Hannah Haines, dau. of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel H., b.             m.    Abigail Ann Haines
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    Walter Knight



Abigail Ann Haines, the wife of 6Samuel H. Roberts, was the dau. of David Haines and Deborah Troth, the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susannah Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle famiy. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. David Haines was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, who ancestry see, page 66, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



5Rebecca Roberts, dau. of 4Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, m. Joseph Evans, son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Ann, b. 12-14, 1799       m.    Jacob Roberts, 2d wife
6Mary, b. 12-21, 1801            died unmarried
6Sarah, b. 3-3-, 1804      m.    John M. Haines




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6Susan, b. 4-30, 1808 m. William Evans 6Rebecca, b. 10-18, 1810 m. William Matlack 6Martha, b. 10-26, 1812 died unmarried 6Thomas, b. 7-11, 1805 m. Mary Borton, 1st wife Sarah Lippincott 2d wife Elizabeth Saunders 3d wife


Jacob Roberts, who married 6Ann Evans, was the son of John Roberts and Esther Evans, the dau. of Jacob Evans and Mary Cherryton, his second wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton famly. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family. John Roberts was the son of Enoch Roberts and Rachel Cole, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Enoch Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.



William Evans, who married 6Susan Evans, was the son of John Evans and Rebecca Cowperthwait, the dau. of Hugh Cowperthwait and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, whose family and ancestry see, page 12. Hugh Cowperthwait was the son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary. Thomas was the son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams. John was the son of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, the progenitors of the Cowperthwait family, who were residents of Flushing, Long Island, and came from the North of England.




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John Evans was the son of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox, the dau. of Joseph Wilcox and Sarah Iredell. Enoch was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor of that family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family.



John M. Haines, who married 6Sarah Evans, was the son of John Haines and Elziabeth Moore, the dau. of Benjamin Moore and Mary Butcher, his second wife. Benjamin was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore the progenitor of the Moore family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) John Haines was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



Mary Borton, the first wife of 6Thomas Evans, was the dau. of Uriah Borton and Mary Collins, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, the widow of John Mason and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann Haines, widow of Nehemiah Haines, and dau. of ______ Ashard. Francis Collins was the son of John Collins, the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor




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of the Collins family, who came from London, and Mary Budd, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey, and second wife of Francis. Uriah Borton was the son of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, whose ancestry see, page 110, in Abigail Ann Haines' ancestry. Abram Borton was the son of John Borton and Elizabeth Lord. John was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family.



Sarah Lippincott, the second wife of 6 Thomas Evans, was the dau. of Abram Lippincott and Rachel Borton. Abram was the son of Nathan Lippincott and Sarah Allen. Nathan was the son of Joshua Lippincott and Rachel Dudley. Joshua was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth his first wife. Freedom was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Elizabeth Saunders, the third wife of 6Thomas Evans, was the dau. of Solomon Saunders and Lydia Burrough, the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Sarah Lamb, the dau. of Jacob Lamb and Lydia Stokes, the widow of Samuel Haines, and dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the on of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Samuel Burrough was the son of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott, the progenitors. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Samuel was the son of Edward Burrough, of Underbarro, County of Westmoreland, England, a distinguished Quaker in that denomination. Solomon Saunders was the son of John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of Solomon Lippincott and Sarah Cozens. Solomon was the son of Fredom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, whose ancestry see above, in Sarah Lippincott's ancestry.




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5David Roberts, son of 4 Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, m. Rachel Hunt, dau. of Joshua Hunt and Rachel _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Edwin, b.                 m.    Ann B. Passmore
6Rebecca, b.                     died unmarried
6Esther, b.                      died unmarried
6Anna B., b.
6Susannah, b.              m.    Jonathan G. Williams
6Rachel,b                        unmarried
6Joseph, b.                      died in minority
6Elisha, b.                m.    Elizabeth Hooten
6 Mary, b.                       unmarried



5Joseph Roberts, son of 4Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, m. Rachel Evans, dau. of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca, b.                m.                        Samuel Cole
6Mary, b.                   m.                        Amos H. Lippincott, 1st wife
6Susan, b.                  m.   Amos H. Lippincott, 2d wife
6Joseph, b.                 m.   Rachel Woolston
6Rachel, b.
6Thomas, b. 
6Isaac b.                   m.   Sarah Ann Lippincott
6Joshua, b.                 m.   Rachel Rudderow
6Izri, b.                   m.   Martha Rogers, 1st wife
                            m.   Eliza Ballinger, 2d wife



Amos H. Lippincott, who married 6Mary and 6Susan Roberts, was the son of Ahab Lippincott and Mary Wills, the dau. of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family, who came from England. Amos was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry. Ahab Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Rachel Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan




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Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Hannah Wilkins. Caleb was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, whose ancestry see, page 113, in Sarah Lippincott's ancestry.



Martha Rogers, the first wife of 6Izri Roberts, was the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Sarah Moore, the dau. of Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, the dau. of John Allen. Bethuel was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of the Moore family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Joseph Rogers was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen, (widow of Ner Eayres), the third wife. William was the son of William, who was the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of the Rogers family, who came from England.



Eliza Ballinger, the second wife of Izri Roberts, was the dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Grace Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, whose ancestry see, page 107, in David Rogers's ancestry. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary Budd, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem County, New




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Jersey. David was the son of John Davis, of Salem County, who came from Wales, England. William Rogers was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen (Widow of Ner Eayres), his third wife. William was the son of William, who was the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of the Rogers family, who came from England. He had two sons-Samuel and John. John settled in Evesham Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.



5Ann Roberts, dau. of 4Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, m. John Buzby, son of Jabez Buzby and Sarah Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                   m.   Abigail Cole
6Hannah, b.                 m.   Samuel Borton
6Joseph, b.
6George, b. 
6Mary Ann, b.               m.   Levi Lippincott
6Josiah, b.                 m.   Eliza Walton



Levi Lippincott, who married 6 Mary Ann Buzby, was the son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts. Levi was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant. Samuel was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, whose ancestry see page 110, in the Abigail Ann Haines' ancestry. Isaac Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



5Josiah Roberts, son of 4Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, m. Mary French, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Josiah, b.                m.    Lydia Roberts
6George, b.                m.    Elizabeth Middleton
6Robert H., b.             m.    Ruth Ann Hunt
6Hannah, b.                m.    Reuben Roberts




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5Joseph French, son of 4Sybilla Stokes and Charles French, m. Mary Stokes, dau. of Joshua Stokes and Deborah Hooten, 1st wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sabilla S., b.                  unmarried
6Mary Ann, b.                    unmarried
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    Edward Wills
6Sarah J.,                 m.    William Porter, 1st wife
6Deborah, b.                     unmarried



Edward Wills, who married 6Elizabeth French, was the son of Moses Wills and Rebecca W. Black, the dau. of William Black and Hope French, the dau. of Charles French and Ann Clement, the dau. of Samuel Clement and Rebecca Collins, the dau. of Joseph Collins and Catharine Huddleston. Joseph was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. Samuel Clement was the son of Jacob Clement and Ann Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, of Long Island, the progenitor of the Harrison family. Jacob Clement was the son of James Clement and Jane, the progenitors of the Clement family, who came from England. Charles French was the son of Charles French and Elanor. Charles was the son of Thomas French and Jane. Thomas was the son of Robert French and Hannah, the progenitors . William Black was the son of William Black and Mary Gibbs, the dau. of Isaac Gibbs and Anna. Isaac was the son of Richard Gibbs and Sarah, the progenitors of the family. William Black was the son of John Black and Sarah Rockhill, the dau. of Edward Rockhill and Mary, the progenitors, who came in 1686. John Black was the son of William Black, the progenitor of the family, and Alice Taylor, the dau. of Robert Taylor, the progenitor of that family. Moses Wills was the son of Moses Wills and Elizabeth French, the widow of James Wills, and dau. of Charles French and Ann Clement, above, and the second wife of Moses Wills. Moses was the son of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Lettice Newbold, the




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dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John Woolston was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife, who came from London England.



5Joshua Stokes, son of 4Joshua Stokes and Lydia Evans, his third wife, m. Elizabeth Burrough, dau. of _____ _____.
They left no children.     Link to Parents



5Lydia Stokes, dau. of 4Joshua Stokes and Lydia Evans, his third wife, m. Henry W. Wills, son of Joseph Wills and Virgin Powell.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Lydia, E., b. 3-26, 1843  m.    Joseph Evans
6Joshua S., b., 10-10, 1845 m.   Rebecca Wistar Thompson
6Rachel A., b. 12-10, 1845       unmarried
6Anna, b.     1-21, 1850   m.    Joseph H. Haines
6Sarah F., b. 11-29, 1851  m.    Joseph G. Evans



Joseph Evans, who married 6Lydia E. Wills, was the son of William Evans and Susan Evans, the dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Susannah Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott




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and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stones and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England. Joseph Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see,
page 114, in Amos H. Lippincott's ancestry. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife, whose ancestry see, on page 84, in Hannah Troth's ancestry. Thomas Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, whose ancestry see, on page 78, in Reuben Roberts' ancestry. William Evans was the son of John Evans and Rebecca Cowperthwait, whose ancestry see, on page 111, in William Evans' ancestry.



Joseph H. Haines, who married 6Anna Wills, was the son of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson, the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth, of Crosswicks, New Jersey. Zebedee was the son of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, on page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills ancestry. Clayton Haines was the son of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his second wife, the dau. of John Butcher and Mary. Benjamin was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 88, in Sarah Haines' ancestry.



Joseph G. Evans, who married 6Sarah F. Wills, was the son of Josiah B. Evans and Hannah Gardiner, the dau. of Joseph Gardiner and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Esther Evans, the dau. of William Evans and Sarah Roberts,
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the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, above. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Joseph Gardiner was the son of James Gardiner and Mary Tomlinson, the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson, the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Tomlinson family. James Gardiner was the son of Joseph Gardiner and Catharine Ridgway, the dau. of Thomas Ridgway. Joseph was the son of Thomas Gardiner and Hannah Mathews, the dau. of Richard Mathews, of Stokenwington, in the County of Middleseex, England. Thomas Gardiner was the son of Thomas Gardiner and Elizabeth, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitors of the Gardiner family in New Jersey. Josiah B. Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Abigail Bispham. Thomas was the son of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox, the dau. of Joseph Wilcox and Sarah Iredell. Enoch was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Eklinton, whose ancestry see, on
page 119, in Joseph Evan's ancestry. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, whose ancestry see, on page 78, in Reuben Roberts' ancestry.



5Benjamin R. Morgan, son of 4Isaac Morgan and Sarah Ridgway, m. Hannah Haines, dau. of Jacob Haines and Hannah Stokes, his second wife.
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5Griffith Morgan, son of 4Isaac Morgan and Sarah Ridgway, m. Elizabeth Roberts, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sarah Ann, b.
6Ezra, b.



5Joseph Morgan, son of 4Isaac Morgan and Sarah Ridway, m. Mary Burrough, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Alexander, b.
6Lydia, b.
6Rebecca, b.
6Isaac, b.
6William, b.



5Nathaniel Stokes, son of 4Joseph Stokes and Esther Newlin, m. Nancy E. Stokes, dau. of John H. Stokes, M. D., and Ann Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.                m.    Mary E. Warrington
6Mary Emma, b.             m.    Alexander Wood
6N. Newlin, M. D.          m.    Martha E. Stokes
6John H., b.               m.    Lydia Thomas 1st wife
                           m.    Anna Dunham, 2d
6Hannah H., b.
6 Anna, b .



Martha E. Stokes, the wife of 6N. Newlin Stokes, M.D., was the dau. of Stogdelle Stokes and Eliza Eastburn. Stogdelle was the son of John Stokes and Susanna Newton. John was the son of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, dau. of Jervis Stogdelle and Mary. John was the son of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of Thomas Green and Elizabeth, and granddaughter of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. John Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8).




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5Jacob Haines, son of 4Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, first wife, m. Rebecca Warrington, first wife, dau. of John Warrington and Mary Fish, his first wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Bathsheba, b. 1-1-1805          died 3-20, 1807
6Beulah, b. 8-11, 1808      m.   Charles Haines;   d. 9-15, 1879
6John W., b. 4-11, 1810;    m. 1842, Hannah M. Lewis; d. 10-12, 1893
6Mary, b. 11-27, 1806;      m.   Stacy Martin;   d. 7-8, 1835
No children by Sarah Holmes, 2d wife, dau. of William Holmes and Lydia.
Rebeca died 2-17, 1814 Sarah died 2-3, 1823



Charles Haines, who married 6Beulah Haines, was the son of Joshua W. Haines and Elizabeth Crispin, the dau. of Caleb Crispin and Mary Haines, the dau. of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Roberts, his first wife, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Benjamin Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 88, in Sarah Haines' ancestry. Caleb Crispin was the son of Silas Crispin and Patience Haines, the dau. of Caleb Haines and Sarah Burr, the dau. of Henry Burr and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Burr family, who came from England. Caleb Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, whose ancestry see, on page 119, in Joseph G. Evans' ancestry. Silas Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen and Martha, of Springfield, New Jersey. Benjamin Crispin was the son of Silas Crispin, the progenitor of the Crispin famly, and Mary (Stockton) Shinn, his second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and formerly of Long Island. Silas was the son of Captain William Crispin, of the British Navy, and Anne Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant of Rotterdam. Joshua W. Haines was the son of Joseph Haines and Mary Wright, the dau. of Joshua Wright. Joseph was the son of Daniel Haines and Elizabeth Bryan, the dau. of Thomas Bryan and Rebecca Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife. Daniel Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor




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of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the parish of Anyhoe, in Northamaptonshire, England.



5Samuel Haines, son of 4Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, first wife, m. Mary Mickle, dau. of Isaac Mickle and Sarah Wilkins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sarah, b.                  m    _____ Hall, M. D., of New York
6Rebecca, b.



5Able Haines, son of 4Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, his first wfie, m. Ann Moore, dau. of Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Jacob, b.                       killed by a fall in a barn
6Rachel, b.                 m.   James Tomlinson
6Mary Ann, b.                    died in minority
6Abel, b.                   m.   Mary Moore
6Samuel, b.                 m.                         
6Eliza, b.                  m.   Samuel Roberts
6Joseph, b.     
6William, b.                     died in minority.



Mary Moore, the wife of 6Abel Haines, was the dau. of Joseph H. Moore and Elizabeth Haines, dau. of John Haines and Elizabeth Hollingshead. John was the son of Amos Haines and Mary Conrow. (See page 53a.)



Samuel Roberts, who married 6Eliza Haines, was the son of Enoch Roberts and Hannah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep. Thomas was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, whose family see, page 26, for further ancestry. Enoch was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, whose famiy see, page 12, for further ancestry. Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of




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John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family, who came from Ourton, in Warwickshire, England.



5Stokes Haines, son of 4Jacob Haines and Hannah Stokes, his second wife, m. Lockey Ann French, dau. of Joseph French.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph F., b.                                                           died unmarried
6Elizabeth, b.             m.    Albert Allen
6Lockey, b.,               m.    Thomas Baldwin
6Stokes Jr., b.            m.    Hannah Kendall
Two or three born; died in infancy.



5Enoch Roberts, son of 4John Roberts and Phebe Andrews, m. Hannah Stokes, dau. of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel, b.                m.    Eliza Haines



Eliza Haines, the wife of 6 Samuel Roberts, was the dau. of Abel Haines and Ann Moore, dau. of Joseph Moore and Mary. Abel was the son of Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Jacob Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, whose family see, page 23, for ancestry.



5Daniel Newbold, son of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. Rachel Newbold, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sarah, b.                 m.    John Black (1st cousin).



5Lydia Newbold, dau. of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. John Black, son of Thomas Black and Mary Schooley.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                  m.    Sarah Newbold
6Thomas, b.                m.    Mary Wood
6Mary Ann, b.              m.    Thomas Murdock.




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5Caleb Newbold, son of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. Sarah Lawrence, dau. of _____ _____.
They left no children     Link to Parents



5Sarah Newbold, dau. of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. William Bowne, son of William Bowne and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel b.,                      died unmarried
6Abigail, b.               m.    George Haywood
6William, b.                     died unmarried
6Edward, b.                m.    Elizabeth Woodward



5Samuel Newbold, son of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. Mary Hough, dau. of _____ ______
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Emma, b.                        died unmarried
6Lydia, b.                       died unmarried
6Samuel, b.                      died unmarried
6Joseph, b.                      unmarried
6Susan, b.                 m.    Jacob Bunting
6Elizabeth, b.                   died unmarried
6Mary b.,                        died unmarried



5Thomas Newbold, son of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. Catharine Leroy, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Herman, b.                      died unmarried



5Mary Newbold, dau. of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. Anthony Taylor, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Caleb, b.                       died unmarried
6Sarah, b.                  m.   _____ Allen, M. D.
6Michael, b.                     died unmarried
6Robert, b.
6Edward, b.                      died unmarried
6Emma, b.                        died unmarried
6Franklin, b.     
6Thomas, b.




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5Hannah Newbold, dau. of 4Sarah Haines and Caleb Newbold, m. John B. Lawrence, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6George, b.                m.    Mary Ann Lawrence
6Newbold, b.               m.    Anna Trotter



John Black, who married 6Sarah Newbold, was the son of John Black and Lydia Newbold, the dau. of Caleb Newbold and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner, whose ancestry see, page 14, in that family. Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. Caleb Newbold was the son of Thomas Newbold and Edith Coate, the dau. of Marmaduke Coate and Ann Pole, the progenitors of the Coate family. Thomas Newbold was the son of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John Black was the son of Thomas Black and Mary Schooley, the dau. of John Schooley and Frances Taylor, the dau. of Samuel Taylor and Susannah Horsman, the dau. of Samuel Horsman and Frances, the progenitors of the Horsman family. Samuel Taylor was the son of Robert Taylor, the progenitor of the Taylor family. John Schooley was the son of John Schooley, the progenitor of the family. Thomas Black was the son of John Black and Sarah Rockhill, the dau. of Edward Rockhill and Mary, the progenitors of that family. John Black was the son of William Black and Alice Taylor, the progenitors of that Black family.


Sarah Newbold, the wife of 6John Black, was the dau. of Daniel Newbold and Rachel Newbold. Daniel was the son of Caleb Newbold and Sarah Haines, whose ancestry see above in John Black's ancestry, a first cousin.


George Haywood, who married 6Abigail Bowne, was the son of Budd Haywood and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Nathan Haines and Dorcas Davis, his second wife, the widow of Sampson Davis. Nathan was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the




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dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jerey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



5Aaron Haines, son of 4Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, his first wife, m. Martha Stokes, dau. of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                   m.   Mary Ann Woolston
6Jarvis, b.                 m.   Elizabeth Reeve
6Edith S., b.               m.   Isaac Haines Jr., 1st wife
6Samuel, b.                 m.   Ann Woolman
6Elizabeth, b.              m.   Joseph Elkinton



Isaac Haines, Jr., who married 6Edith S. Haines, his first wife, was the son of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Isaac was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



5Abel Haines, son of 4Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, his first wife, m. Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Abigail Ann, b. 4-20, 1801 m.   Tylee W. Burr
6Elizabeth R., b. 4-5, 1803 m.   Arthur Matlack
6Susannah b., b. 11-24, 1804     died 1-20, 1868, unmarried
6Albina, b. 12-30, 1806     m.   Aaron Engle




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6Charles, b. 6-20, 1809          died 6-20, 1809
6Mary S., b. 6-29, 1811     m.   John Troth, of Columbus
6Martha, b. 11-15, 1813          died 8-9, 1859, unmarried
6Emily Maria, b. 5-9, 1818  m.   Joseph Engle



Aaron Engle, who married 6Albina Haines, was the son of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Job was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family.
Obadiah Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susannah Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton famiy, of Springfield, New Jersey, formerly of Long Island. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family.



John Troth, who married 6Mary S. Haines, was the son of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott, the dau. of Aquila Lippincott and Agnes Inskeep. Aquila was the son of John Lippincott and Anna Matlack, his first wfie. John was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, the dau., of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, whose ancestry see above in Aaron Engle's ancestry. Nathaniel Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, whose ancestry see, page 116, in Levi Lippincott's ancestry. Samuel Troth was the son




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of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, whose ancestry see, on page 119, in Joseph Evans' ancestry. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family.



5Robert Haines, son of 4Samuel Haines and Mary Stevenson, his second wife, m. Edith Rogers, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca Ann, b.           m.    Jacob Wills
6Samuel N., b.            
6Lydia, b.                 m.    Clayton Cole
6Edith, b.                 m.    Arthur Engle
Eight others unknown



Jacob Wills, who married 6Rebecca Haines was the son of Joseph Wills and Hannah Ballinger, his first wife, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Rebecca Moore, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of that family. Joseph Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see, page 114, in Amos H. Lippincott's ancestry. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 114, in Amos H. Lippincotts ancestry.



5Ezra Haines, son of 4Samuel Haines and Mary Stevenson, his second wife, m. Lucy Bishop, his first wife, dau. of _____ _____.
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6Phebe P., b.               m.   Charles Stokes 2d wife
Lucy died and 5 Ezra married Phebe Pierce, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-
6Caleb, b.                  m.   Esther Linton
6Samuel, b.                 m.   Mary _____.
6Spencer, b.                     unmarried
6Lucy, b.                   m.   William L. Martin, M.D.
6Annie.,b.                  m.   Samuel Husey



Charles Stokes, who married 6Phebe Haines, was the son of Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, his first wife, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, the widow of John Mason, the dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann (Ashard) Haines, the widow of Nehemiah Haines. Francis was the son of John Collins and his first or second wife. John was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Isaac Stokes was the son of John Stokes and Beulah Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitor of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the daughter of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the parish of Anyhoe, Northamptonshire, England. John Stokes was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., and Sarah, his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Hinchman, the progenitor of the Hinchman family, of Long Island, and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, the progenitor of that family, of Long Island. (correction 4) Joshua Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, his second wife, the dau. of Job Wright and Rachel, of Westbury, New York. Thomas Stokes was the son




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of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family.(See page 8).



5Samuel L. Haines, son of 4Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Mullen, m. Anna Deacon, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Thomas, b.                m.    Sarah Coates
6Eliza, b.                 m.    John Chambers
6Charles, b.               m.    Margaretta Woolston, 1st wife.
                                 _____ Wetherill, 2d wife.
6Harriet, b.               m.    James Langstaff
6George, b.                      unmarried  
6Mary Ann, b.                    unmarried 
6Susan, b.                       unmarried 
6Lydia, b.                       unmarried 
6Rachel, b.                      unmarried 
6Samuel, b.                      unmarried 
6Isaac, b.                       unmarried 
6Ann, b.                         unmarried



Margaretta Woolston, the first wife of 6Charles Haines, was the dau. of Samuel Woolston and Hannah Haines, the dau. of Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicomb and Rachel Lippincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, of Springfield, New Jersey, formerly of Long Island. Robert Haines was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Samuel Woolston was the son of Samuel Woolston and Cyllania. Samuel was the son of Samuel Woolston and Susannah Budd. Samuel was the son of John Woolston and Letitia Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and _____ Olive, his first wife.




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5George Haines, son of 4Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Mullen, m. Edith Woolman, dau. of Asher Woolman and Rachel Norcross.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Hudson, b. 1-12, 1797
6Franklin, b. 4-15, 1798
6Uriah, b. 2-10, 1800 m. 8-4,1825 Sarah Stokes
6Newbold, b. 7-7, 1801;           died 9-6, 1802
6Elizabeth, b. 11-12, 1805
6Granville W., b. 12-15, 1807 m.11-20,1834 Hannah Warrington.
6Rebecca, b. 8-28, 1819;          died 6-1, 1885



5Mary Haines, dau. of 4Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Mullen, m. Joseph Tash, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Thomas, b.                m.     _____ _____
6Elizabeth, b.                    died 8-13, 1834, unmarried
6Mary, b.                  m.     John Burr
6Joseph H., b. 1-22, 1803  m.     Ann Nicholson
6Anna D. b.,                      died unmarried



5Sarah Burrough, dau. of 4Sarah Lamb and Samuel Burrough, m. Thomas Evans, son of Thomas Evans, and Mary Eves.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel B., b. 1-29, 1817  m.     Keturah Lippincott
6Thomas, b. 7-12, 1819     m.     Abigail Roberts
6William B., 1-3, 1822     m.     Emma S. Kain
6Jacob L., b. 10-11, 1827  m.     Agnes Lippincott 1st wife
                                  Elizabeth L. Evans, 2d wife



Keturah Lippincott, the wife of 6Samuel B. Evans, was the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Elizabeth Hewlings. Samuel was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Theodocia Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings, the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas




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Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitors of the Eves family. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Jennings. Aaron was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Emma S. Kain, the wife of 6William B. Evans, was the dau. of Levi L. Kain and Hannah Mason. Levi L. was the son of William Kain and Anna Lippincott, the dau. of Levi Lippincott and Lettice Wills, the dau. of Micajah Wills and Rebeccca Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, whose ancestry see above in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. Micajah Wills was the son of James Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston and Lettice Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. John Woolston was the son of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston family, and _____ Olive, his first wife, the sister of Governor Thomas Olive. James Wills was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, above. Levi Lippincott was the son of Jonathan Lippincott and Ann Eves, the dau. of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna, above, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. Jonathan was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna, above in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. James was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Agnes Lippincott, the first wife of 6Jacob L. Evans, was the dau. of Clayton Lippincott and Hannah Brick, the dau. of William Brick and Mary. Clayton was the son of Samuel Lippincott




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and Anner Haines, whose ancestry see, on
page 132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry.



Elizabeth L. Evans, the second wife of 6Jacob L. Evans was the dau. of Uriah Evans and Rachel Saunders, the dau. of Solomon Saunders and Lydia Burrough, the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Sarah Lamb, the dau. of Jacob Lamb and Lydia Stokes, the widow of Samuel Haines, and dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Samuel Burrough was the son of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott, the progenitors of the Gray family, who settled in Newton Township. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough the progenitor, and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Solomon Saunders was the son of John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of Solomon Lippincott and Sarah Cozens. Solomon was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Freedom was the son of Freedom Lipppincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigial, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.
Uriah Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, his second wife, the dau. of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor, of Springfield, New Jersey, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, of Springfield, New Jersey, and formerly of Long Island. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Abram Borton was the son of John Borton and Elizabeth. John was the son of John Borton Jr., his first wife. John jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Jacob Evans was the son of Nathan Evans and Sybilla. Nathan was the son of Nathan Evans and Susanna Gaskill. Nathan was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines




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and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines famiy. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey, who came from Wales, England, and settled at Evesham Mount, New Jersey, and lived in a cave in the side of the Mount until a dwelling house was erected. Elizabeth was a minister of good repute in the Society of Friends.



5Lydia Burrough, dau. of 4Sarah Lamb and Samuel Burrough, m. Solomon Saunders, son of John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Sarah, b.                  m.    Isaac Darnell
6Rachel, b,.                m.    Uriah Evans
6Lydia, b.                        died unmarried
6Elizabeth, b.              m.    Thomas Evans, 3d wife



Isaac Darnell, who marreid 6Sarah Saunders, was the son of Edmund Darnell and Rachel Dudley, the dau. of Joshua Dudley and Rachel. Edmund was the son of Edward Darnell and Jane Driver. Edward was the son of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr.,was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family, who came from Anyhoe, a parish in Northamptonshire, England.



Uriah Evans, who married 6Rachel Saunders, was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, the dau. of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, whose ancestry see, on page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry. Jacob Evans was the son of Nathan Evans and Sybilla, whose ancestry see, on page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans ancestry.



Thomas Evans, who married 6Elizabeth Saunders, was the son of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph
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Roberts and Susannah Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of that famly, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family, who came from Cole's Hill, Hertfordshire, England. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, whose ancestry see, page 118, in Joseph Evans' ancestry. Joseph Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 79, in Sarah Evans' ancestry.



5Lydia Conrow, dau. of 4Darling Conrow and Sarah Elkinton, m. Joseph Engle, son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6 Darling, b. 4-3, 1801; died unmarried
6 Lucy, b. 11-19, 1802
6 George, b. 6-25, 1807
6 Clayton, b. 1-13, 1810
6 Sarah, b. 8-5, 1811
6 Joseph C., b. 9-2, 1817



5Beulah Conrow, dau. of 4Darling Conrow and Sarah Elkinton, m. Joseph Lippincott, son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Beulah, b.                m.     Nathan Haines
6Sarah, b.                 m.     Reuben Haines
6Rebecca, b.               m.     William S. Thomas
6Asa, b.                   m.     Anna Haines
6Darling, b.                      died unmarried
6Joseph, b.                       died unmarried
6Nathaniel, b.                    died in minority
6Susan, b.



5Darling Conrow, son of 4Darling Conrow and Sarah Elkinton, m. Esther Hunt, dau. of _____ _____.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
6Sarah E., b. 3-6, 1806  m.       Thomas Wright
6Nathan H., b.           m.       Elizabeth Lippincott
Esther died and 5 Darling married Elizabeth Brown, dau. of Joseph Brown and _____ _____.
Children were-
6Susannah R., b.                  died at age 17
6Phebe Ann, b. 
6Esther, b. 4-26, 1816     m.     Biddle Hancock
6Lydia E., b. 9-14, 1818   m.     Aaron Lippincott, 1st wife
6Darling, b. 3-1, 1821     m.     Harriet Gillingham, 1st wife
                                  Mary Engle, 2d wife.
6Joseph B., b. 4-24, 1823
6Elizabeth B., b.                 died in minority
6Thornton, b. 10-17, 1827; m.     Sarah A. Lippincott.



Elizabeth Lippincott, the wife of 6Nathan H. Conrow, was the dau. of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines. Thomas was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see, page 116, in Levi Lippincott's ancestry.



Aaron Lippincott, who married 6Lydia E. Conrow, his first wife, wsa the son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts. Levi was the son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts. Levi was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant, whose ancestry see, page 53, in Joseph Lippincott's ancestry, the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant.



Sarah A. Lippincott, the wife of 6Thomas Conrow, was the dau. of William Lippincott and Catharine Rudderow. William was the son of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thoms Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines. Thomas was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry, see page 53, in Joseph Lippincott's ancestry. Elizabeth Haines was the dau. of Nathaniel Haines and Mary Hervey, dau. of John Hervey. Nathaniel was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the third son of Richard and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.




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5John Haines, son of 4Mary Conrow and Amos Haines, m. Elizabeth Hollingshead, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.                 m.     Acksah Biddle
6Jerusha, b.                m.     Josiah Bispham
6Mordecai b.,               m.     Eliza Evans
6Amos, b.                   m.     Rebecca Cox
6Charles, b.                m.     Rachel Moore
6Keturah, b.                m.     Samuel Burrough
6Elizabeth, b.              m.     Joseph Moore
6John, b.                          died in 1843 in East Indies
6Zilla, b.                         died in 1819
6Mary, b.                   m.     William Leeds
6Meriba, b.                 m.     Charles Evans
6Richard M., b.             m.     Virginia Moore



William Leeds, who married 6Mary Haines, was the son of Isaac Leeds and Rebecca Moore, the dau. of Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings, the dau. of Abraham Hewlings and Mary. Joseph Moore was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry. Isaac Leeds was the son of Nehemiah Leeds and Elizabeth Eayre. Nehemiah was the son of Abraham Leeds.



Virginia Moore, the wife of 6Richard M. Haines, was the dau. of Horatio Moore and Mary Cox. Horatio was the son of John Moore and Keturah Eayre. John was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Rachel Moore, the wife of 6Charles Haines, was the dau. of Joseph Moore, who was the son of Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings, the dau. of Abraham Hewlings and Mary. Joseph was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Charles Evans, who married 6Meriba Haines, was the son of William Evans, the son of William Evans and Rachel Ballinger.




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William was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey, who came from Wales, England.



5Deliverance Haines, dau. of 4Mary Conrow and Amos Haines, m. Abraham Haines, son of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Roberts (his first wife).
They had no children.     Link to Parents



5 Darling Haines, son of 5Mary Conrow and Amos Haines, m. Mary Lippincott, dau. of Caleb Lippincott and Ann Venicomb.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Caleb, b. (only child)    m.     Hope Lippincott



Hope Lippincott, the wife of 6Caleb Haines was the dau. of Thomas Lippincott and Rachel Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Hannah Wilkins. Caleb was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family and Elizabeth, his first wife. Freedom was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.




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5Deliverance Conrow, dau. of 4Samuel Conrow and _____; m. Darling Haines, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.
6Samuel, b.                 m.     _____ Elkington
6Elizabeth, b. 
6Hannah, b.
6Mary, b.                   m.     ______ Haines



5William Cooper, son of 4Abigail Stokes and Joshua Cooper, m. Edith Ackley, dau. of Thomas Ackley and Mercy _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Matilda, b.
6Thomas, b. 
6Mary, b.
6William,b.



5 Caleb Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Ruth Shinn, dau. of Levi Shinn and Hannah Reeve.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rachel S., b. 2-3, 1804   m. 1829, William A. Riker
6Levi B., b. 2-8, 1806     m. 1828, Deborah Haines
6John S., b. 4-25, 1808    m. 1830, Rachel Fletcher, 1st 
                           m. 1847, Rebeecca Jones, 2d wife.
6Beulah, b. 7-18, 1810     m. 1840, Elwood Thomas
6Enoch R., b. 11-24, 1812  m.       Helen L. Sweeny
6Elwood H., b. 10-19, 1815 m. 1838  Hannah Neff 1st wife
                           m. 1847  Sarah Stout, 2d wife
6Ruth Anna, b. 9-29, 1822  m. 1854  Franklin Hewlings



Rebecca Jones, the second wife of 6John S. Stokes, was the dau. of Isaac Jones and Amy Barton, the dau. of Nathaniel Barton and Rachel Stokes, the dau. of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, Jr., and Sarah, his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Hinchman, the progenitor of the Hinchman family, of Long Island, who settled at Flushing about 1675. (correction 4) Joshua Stokes was the son of Thomas




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Stokes and Rachel Wright, his second wife, the dau. of Job Wright and Rachel, of Westbury, New York. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family.(See page 8).



5Samuel Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Mary Mathison, dau.. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Emma, b.                   m.     E.H. Carter
6Elizabeth, b.                     unmarried
6Samuel, b.                 m.     _____ _____
6 Isaac, b.                 m.     _____ _____



5Isaac Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Lydia Collins, his first wife, dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth Ballinger (widow of John Mason).
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Carlton P., b. 7-12, 1810 m.      Lydia Webster 1st wife
                                   Elizabeth _____ 2d wife
6Samuel, b. 8-5, 1813      m.      Lydia Fletcher
6I. Collins, b. 8-8, 1815  m.      Mary Percival
6Elizabeth C., b. 4-21, 1817 m.    John Lowry.
6Chalkley, b. 2-24, 1820   m.      Mary Borton
6Charles b. 1-7, 1823      m.      Amy Wills, 1st wife
6Ezra, b. 10-27, 1823      m.      Martha Shreeve
6Edwin, b. 2-8, 1827       m.      Martha Andrews.
Lydia died and 5Isaac married Mary Ballinger, widow of Job Collins, and dau. of Levi Ballinger and Hannah. No issue by second marriage.



Mary Borton, the wife of 6Chalkley Stokes, was the dau. of Joseph Borton and Sarah Jessup, the dau. of John Jessup and Deborah. John Jessup was the son of John Jessup and Elizabeth Ballinger. John was the son of John Jessup and Margarett Whitaker. Joseph Borton was the son of Uriah Borton and Mary Collins, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth Ballinger (Widow Mason), whose ancestry see, page 130, in Charles Stokes' ancestry. Uriah Borton was the son of Abram Bordon




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Borton and Rachel Engle, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry.



Amy Wills, the first wife of 6Charles Stokes, was the dau. of Amos Wills and Hannah Moore, his second wife, the dau. of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry. Amos Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, on page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Phebe P. Haines, the second wife of 6Charles Stokes, was the dau. of Ezra Haines and Lucy Bishop, his first wife. Ezra was the son of Samuel Haines and Mary Stevenson, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



Martha Shreeve, the wife of 6Ezra Stokes, was the dau. of Samuel Shreeve and Ann Haines, the dau. of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Joseph Inskeep and Ann. Samuel Haines was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. Samuel Shreeve was the son of Joseph Shreeve.




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5William Stokes, son of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Ann Wilson, dau. of Isaac Wilson and Phebe Middleton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Barclay W., b. 8-18, 1815 m.      Hannah Ann Haines
6Phebe M., b. 3-2,1817     m.      Edward Brown 1st
                           m.      James Roberts 2d
6Wilson, b. 9-1, 1819      m.      Elanor McKenney
6Casper, b. 11-25, 1821            died unmarried
6Whitall, b. 10-10, 1823   m.      Almira Carman
6Alfred, b. 3-28, 1826             died in minority
6Isaac, W., b. 5-15, 1828  m.      Mary Ann Lippincott, 1st wife
                           m.      Annie Cooper 2d wife
6Beulah, b. 9-17, 1830;    m.      Mark Zelley
6Edwin, b.                 m.      Matilda Kemble.
Ann died and 5 William married Hannah Livzey. No issue by the second marriage.



Hannah Ann Haines, the wife of Barclay W. Stokes, was the dau. of Caleb Haines and Hope Lippincott, the dau. of Thomas Lippincott and Rachel Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Hannah Wilkins. Caleb was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry. Caleb Haines was the son of Darling Haines and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Caleb Lippincott and Anna Venicomb. Caleb Lippincott was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Nathaniel Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the




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Lippincott family. Darling Haines was the son of Amos Haines and Mary Conrow, the dau. of Darling Conrow and Deliverance Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Amos Haines was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry.



Mary Ann Lippincott, the first wife of 6Isaac W. Stokes, was the dau. of Job Lippincott and Mary Stokes, the dau. of John Stokes and Beulah Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve, whose ancestry see, in Hannah Ann Haines ancestry, page 142. John Stokes was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, whose family see, page 26, for further ancestry of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman.



Mark Zelley, who married 6Beulah Stokes, was the son of Daniel Zelley and Dorothy Stratton, the dau. of Enoch Stratton and Hannah Branin, the dau. of John Branin and Jane. John was the son of Michael Branin and Elizabeth. Enoch Stratton was the son of John Stratton and Ann. John was the son of Mark Stratton and Ann Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Mark Stratton was the son of William Stratton, of Stratford-upon-Avon, in the parish of Old Stratford, in the County of Warwick, England. Daniel Zelley was the son of Daniel Zelley and Bathsheba Braddock, the dau. of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehoboam Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who came from England, and settled on Long Island, previous to coming to Newton, New Jersey. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, who came from the County of Wickloe,




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Ireland, and settled in Newton Township, on Newton Creek. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock. the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife.



5Mary Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Job Lippincott, son of Amaziah Lippincott and Hannah Prickitt.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Mary Ann, b. 6-13, 1821    m.     Isaac W. Stokes 1st wife
6Edwin, b. 6-18, 1825       m.     Julia Culnan
6Barclay, b. 6-6, 1830             died 3-28, 1838



Isaac W. Stokes, who married 6Mary Ann Lippincott, was the son of William Stokes and Ann Wilson, the dau. of Isaac Wilson and Phebe Middleton, the dau. of Samuel Middleton and Ann. Isaac Wilson was the son of John Wilson and Mary. William Stokes was the son of John Stokes and Beulah Haines, whose family see, page 54, for further ancestry of John and Beulah.



5Atlantic Stokes, dau. of 4John Stokes and Beulah Haines, m. Daniel Hurley, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6 Aubrey, b.                          m.      Jennie P. Jones
6 Elma, b.                            m.      Asbury Severs, 2d wife
6 Stokes, b.                                  unmarried



Asbury Severs, who married 6Elam Hurley, was the son of Daniel Severs and Elizabeth Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Eizabeth Green, the dau. of John Green and Catharine Heustead. John Green was the grandson of Thomas Green, the son of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a Parish of England, in Northamptonshire. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Haines, the dau. of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry




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William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Frances Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Sharp family, who claim an English ancestry. William, with his brother Thomas, and sons John, William and Hugh Sharp, came from Northamptonshire, England, in the ship "Samuel," which arrived on the Delaware River the fourth or fifth day of September, in the year 1682. Daniel Severs was the son of Benjamin Severs.



5Amy Barton, dau. of 4Rachel Stokes and Nathaniel Barton, m. Isaac Jones son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Hannah, b.                m. 4-12,1845 Jacob Roberts, 4th wife.
6Rebecca, b.               m. 2-18, 1847 John S. Stokes, 2d wife
6Nathaniel B., b. 5-12, 1804; m. 2-16, 1843, Lydia Healy
6Joseph, b.                m. 11-29, 1842, Sarah S. Brooks.
6Amy, b.                   m. 2-24, 1854, Joseph H. Brooks
6Isaac, b. 12-2, 1824      m. 10-12, 1843, Mercy Healy.



Jacob Roberts, who married 6Hannah Jones, his fourth wife, was the son of John Roberts and Esther Evans, the dau. of Jacob Evans and Mary Cherryton, his second wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews, John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Fredom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott




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family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.



John S. Stokes, who married 6Rebecca Jones, his second wife, was the son of Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, the dau. of Levi Shinn and Hannah. Levi was the son of Thomas Shinn and Ruth Stratton. Caleb Stokes was the son of John Stokes and Beulah Haines, whose family see, page 54. For futher ancestry of John and Beulah, see ancestry of Ruth Stratton, page 288.



5Joseph Barton, son of 4Rachel Stokes and Nathaniel Barton, m. Rachel Evans, dau. of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, his second wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Joseph, b.                m.      Susan Decou  
6Nathaniel, b.             m.      Mary J. Haines
6Rachel, b.                m.      Charles Decou
6Amy, M. D., b.                    died unmarried
6Eliza, b.                         unmarried
6Sarah, b.                         unmarried



Mary J. Haines, the wife of 6Nathaniel Barton, was the dau. of Abraham Haines and Ann Evans, the dau. of Reuben Evans and Martha Phillips. Reuben was the son of Isaac Evans and Mary Smith. Isaac was the son of Nathan Evans and Sybilla . Nathan was the son of Nathan Evans and Susannah Gaskill. Nathan was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family in New Jersey. Abraham Haines was the son of Abraham Haines and Mary Jones, the dau. of Samuel Jones and _____ Peacock. Abraham was the son of Abraham




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Haines and Hannah Rakestraw, the dau. of Thomas Rakestraw and Elizabeth Zane, the dau. of Robert Zane and Jane. Robert was the son of Robert Zane and Alice Aldy, the progenitors of the Zane family. Thomas was the son of Thomas Rakestraw and Mary Wilkinson, the dau. of Thomas Wilkinson, the progenitor of that family. Abraham Haines was the son of Abraham Haines, Jr. and Sarah Ellis. Abraham, Jr. was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry may be seen in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry, page 67



5Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 4Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep, m. Reuben Braddock, son of Reuben Bradock and Abigail Borton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel, b. 3-25, 1799
6Sarah, b. 11-26, 1800
6Abigail, b. 6-14, 1802
6Lydia , b. 11-16, 1804
6Thomas, b. 12-11, 1806



5Hezekiah Stokes, son of 4Samuel Stokes and Hope Hunt, his second wife, m. Frances Braddock, dau. of Robert Braddock and Sarah Birdsall.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Robert B., b. 11-11, 1816         died unmarried
6Priscilla, b. 2-21, 1818          died unmarried
6Sarah, b. 6-23, 1819      m.      Samuel Leeds, Jr.
6Mary Ann, b. 8-15, 1821
6Dillwyn, b. 8-14, 1822    m.      Julia Ann Braddock
6Keturah B., b. 8-23, 1824 m.      Isaac Evans
6Frances, N., b. 1-16, 1826 m.     Alfred Collins
6Martha, b. 9-22, 1827     m.      Joseph Bishop
6Hezekiah, b. 4-10, 1829   m.      Mary Birdsall
6Mark, b. 12-28, 1830              died in infancy, 1831
6Barzillia B., 5-2, 1832   m.      Elizabeth Howell



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Braddock and Ann Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers, the son of William Rogers and Martha Esturhans. William was the son of William Rogers and Elizabeth Walker. William was the son of William Rogers and Hannah. William Braddock was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehoboam Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, the progenitors of the Clement family, who came from the county of Middlesex, England, to Long Island, and subsquently to Newton, New Jersey. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, the progenitor of the Bates family, who came from the county of Wickloe, Ireland and settled at Newton, New Jersey. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Baddock, the progenitor of the Braddock famiy, who settled in Evesham township (now Medford township), Burlington county, New Jersey, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife.



Isaac Evans, who married 6Keturah B. Stokes, was the son of Jacob Evans and Elizabeth Snowden, the dau. of Isaac Snowden and Mary. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England, and settled at Burlington, New Jersey. Thomas Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry.




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Elizath Howell, the wife of 6Barzillia Stokes, was the dau. of Arthur Howell and Mary Ann Brinton, the dau. of Abraham Brinton and Mary Eavenson, dau. of John Eavenson and Ann Yearsley. Abraham was the son of Joseph Brinton and Mary Martin, the dau. of Abraham Martin and Lydia Weldin. Joseph Brinton was the son of John Brinton and Margaret Williamson. John was the son of Joseph Brinton and Mary Pierce, of Thornbury, Pennsylvania. Joseph was the son of William Brinton and Ann Bagley, the dau. of Edward Bagley. They lived at Nether Gournal, in the parish of Sedgely, Straffordshire, England.


5Priscilla Stokes, dau. of 6Samuel Stokes and Hope Hunt, his second wife, m. Isaac Tomlinson, so of _____ _____.
Children were     Link to Parents
6Mary, b. 7-1, 1803
6Samuel S., b. 11-13, 1805
6William H., b. 8-14, 1807
6Aquilla, b. 9-23, 1809
6Esther, b. 11-1, 1811     m.      Abraham Rogers.



5Esther Stokes, dau. of 4Samuel Stokes and Hope Hunt, his second wife, m. Daniel E. Hillman, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Samuel S., b 8-18, 1816    m.1840 Rebecca Ford
6Daniel E., b. 4-21, 1819   m.1843 Eliza A. Kay
6Aquilla S., b. 11-15, 1821        unmarried
6William, b. 10-19, 1823    m.1851 Margaret Weir
6Mary Ann, b. 10-19, 1826   m.     Jehue Shivers.
6Alfred, b. 1827                   died 12-29, 1885, unmarried
6Charles, b. 8-23, 1830     m.1867 Hannah Ellis
6Albert H., b. 8-20, 1834          died unmarried



5Hezkiah Hopkins, son of 4Hannah Stokes and Haddon Hopkins, the first husband of 4 Hannah Stokes, m. Mary Griffith, dau. of _____ _____..
Children unknown.     Link to Parents
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5Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 4Jacob Stokes and Esther Wilkins, m. John Jones, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Esther, b.                m.      Phineas Nixon
6Arthur, b.                        died young man, unmarried
6Jacob, b.                 m.      Rachel Jones, 1st wife
                           m.      Letitia Jones, 2d wife
6Lydia, b.                 m.      Samuel Rogers.
6Tacy, b.                          died in minority



5Daniel Stokes, son of 4Joshua Stokes and Syllania Bishop, m. Ann Ridgway, first wife, dau. of _____ _____.
They had no children.     Link to Parents
Ann died and 5Daniel married Maria Brick, dau. of Samuel Brick, of Salem county, New Jersey.
Children were-
6Joshua, b.                m.      Christiana Wiley
6Emeline, b.               m.      William Caloer



5Abraham Stokes, son of 4Joshua Stokes and Syllania Bishop, m. Abigail Loper (widow), dau. of _____ _____.
They left no children      Link to Parents


5Rebecca Stokes, dau. of 4Joshua Stokes and Syllania Bishop, m. Stephen Pyle, son of _____ _____.
They left no children.     Link to Parents
5Rebecca died in her 94th year, and was buried in Haddonfield.



5Sybilla Stokes, dau. of 4Joshua Stokes and Syllania Bishop, m. Isaac Durell, son of Jonathan Durell and Grace Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Rebecca Ann, b. 4-2, 1821 m. 2-28, 1840, Charles G. Evans



5Kesiah Lippincott, dau. of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Kendall Cole, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Julianna, b.




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6Eliza, b. 
6John, b.
6Harriet, b.
6Maria, b.
6Benjamin, b.
6Charles, b.



5Priscilla Lippincott, dau. of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Samuel Haines, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6William, b.



5Collins Lippincott, son of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Amy Shoemaker, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John S., b.               m.      Susan S. Lippincott
6Mary W., b.      
6Jane, b.
6Eliza, b.



Susan S. Lippincott, the wife of 6John S. Lippincott, was the dau. of Joseph E. Lippincott and Sarah Albertson. Joseph E. was the son of John Lippincott and Abigail Collins, the dau. of Samuel Collins and Rosanna Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, his second wife, the dau. of Job Wright and Rachel, of Westbury, New York. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Samuel Collins was the son of Samuel Collins and Abigail Ward. Samuel was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. John Lippincott was the son of Daniel Lippincott and Elizabeth Pim. Daniel was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, of Burlington, New Jersey, who came from London, England. James Lippincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the




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progenitors of the Lippincott family, who came from Stonehouse, a parish in Devonshire, England, to Long Island first, and returned to England. He then came from England the second time and settled at Shrewsbury, Monmouth county, New Jersey.



5Joseph E. Lippincott, son of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Sarah Albertson, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Albertson C., b.          m.      Elizabeth Bodine, 1st wife
                                      m.      Beulah A. Cassady, 2d wife
6Susan S., b.              m.      John S. Lippincott
6Sarah Ann, b.
6Elizabeth, b.                     died unmarried



John S. Lippincott, who married 6Susan S. Lippincott, his first cousin, was the son of Collins Lippincott and Amy Shoemaker. (See page 151.) Collins was the son of John Lippincott and Abigail Collins, whose ancestry see, in Susan S. Lippincott's ancestry, page 151.


5Jacob C. Lippincott, son of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Beulah C. Beatty, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Freedom, b.               m.      Lettice Woolston
6George E., b.             m.      Jane Quinby
6Samuel, b.                        died unmarried
6Robert, b.                m.      died unmarried 



5Rachel Lippincott, dau. of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. James Dillon, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Elizabeth, b.             m.      Henry Shinn
                                      m.      Japheth Bowker, 2d
6Ann, b.                   m.      Abram Merritt, 1st
                                      m.                         Henry Scott 2d
James died and Rachel married John Garwood, son of Thomas Garwood.
No Issue by second marriage.



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5Daniel Lippincott, son of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. Mary Morgan, dau. of _____ _____, of Natchez, Mississippi.
They left no children.


5Mary Lippincott, dau. of 4Abigail Collins and John Lippincott, m. George Eayre, son of _____ _____.     Link to Parents
George died and 5Mary married F. Wheeland. No record of children by either marriage.



Japheth Bowker, who married 6Elizabeth (Lippincott) Shinn, was the son of Japheth Bowker and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Aaron Haines and Priscilla Collins, the dau. of Benjamin Collins and Ann Hedger. Benjamin was the son of Joseph Collins and Catharine Huddleston. Joseph was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Sarah Mayham, his first wife.



5John Hackney, son of 4Rachel Stokes and Joseph Hackney, m. _____ _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Stokes, b.
6Frank, b.



5Joseph Stokes, son of 4Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep, m. Rachel Matlack, dau. of Reuben Matlack and Elizabeth Cole.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Eliza, b. 7-18, 1808;                                    died 1-23, 1824
6Caroline, b. 2-1, 1810    m. 1851 Emmor Comly.
6Charles, b. 12-12, 1811   m.      Matilda Hutchinson
6George, b. 5-6, 1814              died 5-15, 1834
6John, b. 3-21, 1816               died 2-1, 1817
6Mary, b. 3-3, 1819        m       Charles Bond
6Ann, b. 6-7, 1821                 died 9-19, 1823
6Martha, b. 8-17, 1823             died 3-4, 1824
6Elizabeth M., b. 10-10, 1827 m. 1848 George W. Comly.
6Joseph, b. 11-20, 1832    m. 1853 Mary R. Higbee.




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6William Stokes, son of 4Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep, m. Sarah Laskey, dau. of _____ _____. (correction 6-click here for additional children of this couple
Children were-     Link to Parents
6 William, b. 3-12, 1817              m.      Rebecca Redman
Their children were-     (For Parents, see Top of This Page)
7 Elwood, b. 6 _,1840                 m.      Ella Roberts
7 Isabelle, b. 2-25, 1843             m.      Samuel Downs
7 Mary, b. 5-24, 1847                 m.      George P. Robison
7 William Jr., b. 3-8, 1854           m.      Anna Woodward
7 James Reeves, b. 4-1, 1859          m.      Hattie Miller



7Elwood Stokes, son of 6William Stokes and Rebecca Redman, m. Ella Roberts, dau. of _____ _____.(addition 5)
Children were-     (For Parents, see Top of This Page)
8William E., b. 1-1875            Next Generation
8Howard   ---------Twin, b.           Next Generation (To be added)
8Walter    ---------Twin, b.           Next Generation
8Isabel, b.            Next Generation
8Lissie, b. No Children.



7Isabelle Stokes, dau. of 6 William Stokes and Rebecca Redman, m. Samuel Downs, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     (For Parents, see Top of This Page)
8Ella, b.  1871
8Isabelle, b.              m.      Charles Clayton



7Mary Stokes, dau. of 6William Stokes and Rebecca Redman, m. George P. Robison, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     (For Parents, see Top of This Page)
8Henry, N., b. 2-27, 1874
8Rebecca R., b.
8George, R., b.
8William J., b. 
8Margaret W., b.



7James Reeves Stokes, son of 6William Stokes and Rebecca Redman, m. Hattie Miller, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     (For Parents, see Top of This Page) 8Reeves, b. 8Clayton, b. 8Earle, b.



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6Thomas E. Deacon, son of 5Hannah Eayre and John Deacon, m. Elizabeth Woolman, dau. of Samuel Woolman and Rebecca Wills.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Uriah Woolman, b. 2-21,1831       died 8-26, 1831
7Rebecca, b. 5-7, 1832             died 1-25, 1837
7James Woolman, b. 6-2,1834 m.     Ann Hilyard, 1st wife
                             m.               Sarah Newbold, 2d wife
7John Burr, b. 7-30, 1836   m.     _____ Ridgway.
7Hannah Eayre, b. 7-30, 1836       died 7-4, 1839
7Martha Woolman, b. 12-10, 1838    died 11-8, 1839
7 Elizabeth, b. 3-2, 1841;  m.     _____ _____.



6Benjamin E. Deacon, son of 5Hannah Eayre and John Deacon, m. Hannah Hewlings, dau. of Joseph Hewlings and Keturah Moore.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph Hewlings, b. 1-20, 1818
7Sarah, b. 10-2, 1819
7John Eayre, b. 2-17, 1822 m.     Mary Butterworth
7Ann, b. 11-3, 1824        m.     Chalkey Wills
7Benjamin F., b. 7-17, 1826 m.    _____ Brick
7 Charles T., b. 1-13, 1829



6John C. Deacon, son of 5Hannah Eayre and John Deacon, m. Maria W. Buzby, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7George Sidney, b. 3-8, 1848       died 6-23, 1848
7John C. Jr., b. 1-12, 1850
7Frederick H., b. 5-30, 1853



6George B. Deacon, son of 5Hannah Eayre and John Deacon, m. Mary Ridgway, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel G., b. 1-11, 1836
7Lydia McVaugh, b. 1-11, 1836
7Anna, b. 8-16, 1837               unmarried
7Ellen R., b. 3-30, 1839   m.      Robert E. Peterson
7John L,. b. 9-6, 1840     m.      Mary B. Wills
7Howard R., b. 11-18,1842  m.      Anna Tomlinson, 1st wife
                           m.              Elizabeth Howey, 2d wife 




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7Charles R., b. 1-23, 1845 m.      Virginia Sturges
7Caroline Maria, b. 8-13, 1846
7George Edmund, b. 2-10, 1853      unmarried



6Edmund Deacon, son of 5Hannah Eayre and John Deacon, m. Rachel Peterson, dau. of George Peterson and Jane Evans.
No children by this marriage     Link to Parents
Rachel died and 6 Edmund married Catharine Hart, nee Badger.
No issue by second marriage.



6Rebecca Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Daniel Bodine, son of Francis Bodine and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Theodore, b.              m.      Rebecca Joyce
7Philip Stricker, b.       m.      Mary E. Woolman
7Francis, b.                       died unmarried
7Joshua, b.                m.      Mary Clevenger
7Rebecca, b.                                                     unmarried



Mary E. Woolman, the wife of 7Philip Stricker Bodine, was the dau. of Samuel F. Woolman and Lydia Haines, the dau. of Caleb Haines and Mary Eldridge, the dau. of Jonathan Eldridge and Abigail. Caleb was the son of Josiah Haines and Mary. Josiah was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



6Mary Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Asahel Coate, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Daniel, b.                m.      Esther Troth
7Rosanna, b.               m.      Benjamin Harris
7Sarah, b.                 m.      Joseph Harris
7Rebecca, b.               m.      William Page
7Phillip, b.               m.      Ruthanna  Buzby
Mary died and Asahel married Mary Wilkins, dau. of Charles Wilkins and _____ _____.
Children were-
7Michael, b.                            m.                      Abigail Kirkbride




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7Mary, b. m. Lorenzo D. Hammell, 1st wife 7Emma, b. m. Lorenzo D. Hammell, 2d wife
Mary (second wife) died and Asahel marrried Susan Wilkins, dau. of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins.
Children were-
7Charles, b.               m.       Sarah Wilkins
7Samuel, b.                m.       Angeline Craine
7Lydia, b.                 m.       William Copp



Esther Troth, the wife of 7Daniel Coate, was the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr.. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engel and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of that family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engel was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton Jr., and his first wife. John, Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, above, the progenitors. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family.



William Page, who married 7 Rebecca Coate, was the son of William Page, M. D., and Abigail Hollingshead, the dau. of Hugh Hollingshead and Elanor. William, M. D., was the son of Thomas Page and Alice.




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Sarah Wilkins, the wife of 7Charles Coate, was the dau. of Amos Wilkins and Ann Hewlings, the dau. of John Hewlings and Lydia Crispin, the dau. of Benjamin Crispin and Rachel Braddock, the dau. of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who came from the county of Midlesex, England, and settled at Newton, New Jersey. Jospeh Bates was the son of William Bates, who came from the county of Wickloe, Ireland and settled in Newton township, New Jersey. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Benjamin Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen and Martha, of Springfield, New Jersey. Benjamin was the son of Silas Crispin and Mary Stockton Shinn, his second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Silas was the son of Capt. William Crispin, of the British Navy, and Ann Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant of Rotterdam, and the father-in-law of Admiral Sir William Penn, the father of William Penn, the Quaker, and founder of Pennsylvania. John Hewlings was the son of Joseph Hewlings and Elizabeth Langstaff, the widow of William Hammit, and dau. of Laban Langstaff, the son of Laban Langstaff and Susannah Warrington, the progenitors. Joseph Hewlings was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitors of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor of that family, and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, above. Amos Wilkins was the son of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins. Amos was the son of Amos Wilkins and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack famiy, who came from England and were married in New Jersey. Carlile was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Wilkins was the grandson of Amos Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family.




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William Copp, who married 7 Lydia Coate, was the son of Dr. Copp and Deborah Cowperthwait, the dau. of Hugh Cowperthwait and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, his first wife, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8). Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Hugh Cowperthwait was the son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary. Thomas was the son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams. John was the son of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, the progenitors of the Cowperthwait family, who came from the north of England, and settled on Long Island, at Flushing.



6Louisa Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Eli Moore, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b.                m.      Mary Ann Kemble



6Sarah Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Charles Wilkins, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lewis, b.                 m.      Rebecca Ann Moore
7Rebecca, b.                       died unmarried
7Uriah, b.                 m.      Ann Foster
7Charles, b.               m.      _____ _____.
7Caroline, b.              m.      John Watson
Charles married first wife, _____ Hazleton
Children were- 7Thomas, b. m. Rebecca Haines 7Abigail, b. m. Philip Stricker, Jr. 1st wife 7Mary, b. m. Asahel Coate, 2d wife



Rebecca Ann Moore, the wife of 7Lewis Wilkins, was the dau. of John Moore and Keturah Eayre. John was the son of John




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Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Pricilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Rebecca Haines, the wife of 7Thomas Wilkins, was the dau. of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of that family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton famiy. Isaac Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts famiy. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



6Philip Stricker, son of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Abigail Wilkins, dau. of Charles Wilkins and _____ Hazleton
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Thadeus, b.                m.     Sarah Scott
7Theodore, b.               m.     Abigail Wilkins
7Keturah, b.                m.     John Kirkbride
Abigail died and 6 Philip married Sarah Wilkins, dau. of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins.
Children were-
7Abigail, b.                m.     Joel Kirkbride
7Rebecca, b.                m.     George Scott
Sarah died and 6 Philip married Charlotte Woolston.
Children were-
7Sarah, b.                  m.     Walter Haines, 1st wife
7Lizzie, b.                        died unmarried
7Emma, b.                   m.     Walter Haines, 2d wife
7Howard, b.                 m.     _____ Wiley
7Richard, b.                m.     _____ _____.
7Philip, b.                        died in minority



Abigail Wilkins, the wife of 7Theodore Stricker, was the dau. of Jacob Wilkins and Rachel Braddock, the dau. of Ner Braddock




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and Syllania Crispin, the dau. of Benjamin Crispin and Rachel Braddock, the dau. of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, the progenitors of that family. James was the son of Gregory Clement, of Middlesex, England, who was executed with others who tried King Charles I. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, the progenitor, who came from Wickloe County, Ireland. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of that family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Jacob Wilkins was the son of Josiah Wilkins.



Sarah Scott and George Scott, who married 7Thadeus Stricker and 7Rebecca Stricker, were the children of Henry Scott and Tamason.


John and Joel Kirkbride, who married 7Keturah and 7Abigail Stricker, were the sons of John Kirkbride and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Jacob Prickitt and Mary Peacock, the dau. of John Peacock and Susannah Ballinger, the dau. of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Zachariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor, from Scotland. Jacob Prickitt was the son of Barzillia Prickitt and Sarah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Hannah, his second wife. William was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, who came with his father from Northamptonshire, England, and settled in Evesham township, on Sharp's run. Barzillia Brickitt was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zackariah Prickitt and Ellipha above. John Kirkbride was the son of Phineas Kirkbride and Martha.



6Priscilla Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. John Kirkbride (2d wife), son of Phineas Kirkbride and Martha.
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6Elizabeth Ann Stricker, dau. of 5 Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. William Reeve, son of Richard Reeve and Elizabeth.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Richard, b.               m       _____ _____, and went to New Orleans, Louisiana.
7Abigail, b.                       died unmarried



6Hannah Stricker, dau. of 5Rebecca Eayre and Philip Stricker, m. Lewis Stockton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Jonathan, b.               m.     Mary Austin
7Franklin, b.               m.     Caroline Borton
7Aneliza, b.                m.     Elwood Borton
7Charles, b.                m.     _____ _____
7Lewis, b.                  m.     _____ Risdon



6Ann Moore, dau. of 5Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings, m. Able Haines, son of Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Jacob, b.                         killed by a fall in a barn
7Rachel, b.                 m.     James Tomlinson
7Mary Ann b.                       died in minority
7Abel, b.                   m.     Mary Moore
7Samuel, b.                  
7Eliza, b.                  m.     Samuel Roberts
7Joseph, b.      
7William, b.                       died in minority



Samuel Roberts, who married 7Eliza Haines, was the son of Enoch Roberts and Hannah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Sarah Inskeep. Thomas was the son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman, whose family see, page 26, for further ancestry. Enoch Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, his first wife, whose family see, page 12, for further ancestry. Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, the progenitor. John was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family.




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6Rebecca Moore, dau. of 5Joseph Moore and Mary Hewlings, m. Isaac Leeds, son of Nehemiah Leeds and Elizabeth Eayres.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.               m.      Mary Haines, 1st wife
                          m.      Amanda Helmbold, 2d wife.
7Charles, b.                       died unmarried
7Mary, b.                  m.      Mark Haines, 2d wife



Mary Haines, the first wife of 7William Leeds, was the dau. of John Haines and Elizabeth Hollingshead. John was the son of Amos Haines and Mary Conrow, the dau. of Darling Conrow and Deliverance Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner, whose family see, page 14, for further ancestry. Amos Haines was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Nathan Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. William Haines was the thrid son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



Amanda Helmbold, the second wife of 7William Leeds, was the dau. of George W. Helmbold and Mary Ann Moore, the dau. of Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop. Hosea was the son of John Moore and Hannah Eayre, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Mark Haines, who married 7Mary Leeds, was the son of Core Haines and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Martha Eayre, the dau. of Habakkuk Eayre and Mary. Habakkuk was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. John Haines was the son of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family, who came from England and were married in New Jersey. Carlile Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of pure Indian Lineage. Richard Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret,




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the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. Core Haines was the son of Isaiah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of that family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaiah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M.D.'s ancestry.



6Rebecca Wills, dau. of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. Clayton Haines, son of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his second wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Zebee, b. 11-20, 1807      m.    Elizabeth Hendrickson
7Sarah B., b. 10-30, 1814   m.    William E. Haines
7Clayton, b. 11-15, 1816          died  4-18, 1817



Elizabeth Hendrickson, the wife of 7Zebedee Haines was the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth, of Crosswicks, New Jersey.



William E. Haines, who married 7Sarah B. Haines, was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Haines, the dau. of William Haines and Mary Eastlack, William was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of that family. William was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jonathan Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, whose ancestry see above, in Mark Haines' ancestry. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M.D.'s ancestry.




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6Priscilla Wills, dau. of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. Isaac Nicholson, son of Abel Nicholson and Mary Ellis.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Zebedee, b.                m.     Lydia Ann Parker
7Mary, b.                   m.     John Glover
7Priscilla, b.              m.     Benjamin Lippincott
7Joseph, b.                 m.     Sarah Kaighn, 1st wife
                                       m.     Amy Haines, 2d wife
7Isaac W., b.               m.     Elizabeth Lippincott.



Benjamin Lippincott, who married 7Priscilla Nicholson, was the son of Abram Lippincott and Rachel Borton. Abram was the son of Nathan Lippincott and Sarah Allen. Nathan was the son of Joshua Lippincott and Rachel Dudley. Joshua was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Freedom Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Amy Haines, the second wife of 7Joseph Nicholson, was the dau. of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson, the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth, of Crosswicks, New Jersey. Zebedee was the son of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, whose family see, on page163, for further ancestry.



Elizabeth Lippincott, the wife of 7Isaac W. Nicholson, was the dau. of Joseph K. Lippincottt and Keturah Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Elizabeth Moore, the dau. of Benjamin Moore and Mary Butcher, his second wife. Benjamin was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of that family. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of the Moore family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) John Haines was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Joseph K. Lippincott




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was the son of Jesse Lippincott and Mary Ann Kay. Jesse was the son of Caleb Lippincott and Anna Venicomb, his first wife. Caleb was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, whose ancestry see, page 142, in Hannah Ann Haines' ancestry.



6Zebedee M. Wills, son of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. Rachel Rogers, dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca H., b.            m.      Jacob Wills
7Mary C., b.               m.      Marmaduke Lippincott
7Micajah R.,               m.      Martha M. Fenimore
7Zebedee R., b.            m.      Mary Powell
7Martha, b.                        died 11-13, 1840, unmarried
7William R., b.            m.      Lydia Haines (widow)



Jacob Wills, who married 7Rebecca H. Wills, was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, the dau. of William Stockton and Mary Nagley. Micajah was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, on page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



Marmaduke Lippincott, who married 7Mary C. Wills, was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Elizabeth Hewlings, his first wife. Samuel was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see,page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Theodorcia Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Agnes Buckman. Jacob was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of

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Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, above, the progenitor. William Hewlings was the progenitor of the Hewlings family in Evesham, Burlington county, N.J. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Jennings. Aaron was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Martha M. Fenimore, the wife of 7Micajah R. Wills, was the dau. of Allen Fenimore and Anner Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John Haines was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines ancestry. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Martha Cole, his second wife, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem county, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Davis family, who came from Wales, England. Allen Fenimore was the son of Isaac Fenimore and Martha Moore, the dau. of Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, the dau. of John Allen. Bethuel was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, whose ancestry see, page 164, in Elizabeth Lippincott's ancestry.




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Mary Powell, the wife of 7Zebedee R. Wills, was the dau. of Benajah Powell and Martha Ann Fenimore, the dau. of Isaac Fenimore and Martha Moore, the dau. of Bethuel Moore and Martha Allen, whose ancestry see, page 166, in Martha M. Fenimore's ancestry. Benajah Powell was the son of Joseph Powell and Mary Butcher, the dau., of Benajah Butcher and Rachel Shinn, the dau. of Jacob Shinn and Hannah. Benajah Butcher was the son of Thomas Butcher and Sarah. Joseph Powell was the son of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop.



Lydia Haines (Widow Butterworth), the wife of 7William R. Wills, was the dau. of Robert P. Haines and Sarah L. Hewlings. Robert P., was the son of Robert Haines and Rebecca Ann Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop. Robert was the son of Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicomb, the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Haines was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family, of Burlington, New Jersey. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



6Hannah E. Wills, dau. of 7Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. John Gardiner, son of Joseph Gardiner and Mary Wilkins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b. 11-15, 1815    m.       Eliza Haines
7Priscilla, b. 9-10, 1817  m. 1843, Aaron N. Haines
7Thomas W., b. 12-1, 1819; m.       Caroline Haines
7Micajah W. C., b. 6-11, 1821 m.    Margaret Edwards
John died and 6 Hannah married Samuel Eves, son of John Eves and Jane Evans.
Children were-
7Samuel, Jr., b 8-14, 1831 m. 1861, Jane E. Haines
7Jane E.,                           died in infancy.



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the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr, was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton Jr,, and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors, above. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Charles Haines was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, whose ancestry see,
page 66, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry (a brother).



Aaron N. Haines, who married 7Priscilla M. Gardiner, was the son of Joseph Haines and Deborah Engle, the dau. of Aaron Engle and Esther Troth, a sister of John Troth above, whose ancestry see above. Aaron Engle was a brother of Ann Engle above, whose ancestry see above. Joseph Haines was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, whose ancestry see, page 66, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry (a brother).



Jane E. Haines, the wife of 7Samuel Eves, was the dau. of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson, the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth, of Crosswicks, New Jersey. Zebedee was the son of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, whose family see, page 163, for further ancestry.




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GEORGE HAINES, M. D.

George Haines, M. D., son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, was born 6-13, 1798, two miles north of Medford, on the old homestead located in 1863 by John Haines, the eldest son of Richard and Margaret, the progenitors of the family, in the house built by John's son Jonathan, which is still occupied by the Haines family, and in good repair. He remained with his parents until the death of his father, and later went to Camden, N. J., in the store of his uncle Noah and brother, Charles Haines. At the age of eighteen he entered the ofice of Dr. Parish, of Philadelphia, and began the study of medicine, and graduated in 1821 from the University of Pennsylvania. After two yers spent in the hospitals of Philadelphia, and attending Dr. Parish's private practice, he removed to Medford and began the practice of his profession. He married 2-17, 1825, Sarah Wills and erected a dwelling in Medford, where he continued to reside until 1845, when his business was so extensive as to affect his health. He sold his dwelling and a great part of his business to Dr. A. E. Budd, brought a farm one mile from Medford, where he moved and continued to reside until 1856, when he removed to Medford, and still continued to visit some families who would not dispense with his medical services.

He was a member of the New Jersey Medical Society, and kept abreast of his profession. He was frequently called in consultation, as his experience and judgment had won distinction for him as a physician. He was one of the organizers of Medford Bank, elected director, and one of the inspectors until his resignation. He was treasurer of the Burlingotn County Insurahce Company until his resignation, and did a great deal of public business, such as settling estates, &c. He was a man of broad liberal views, and his word was his bond. He had fine poetic taste, was a fluent speaker, and delivered many discourses in the cause of temperance. He was a member of the Society of Friends. In politics he was a Republican, but wouldn not accept of office, although frequently solicited.

He was a firm supporter of Lincoln in the dark and bloody days of the Rebellion, and contributed liberally in raising means toward enlisting men in the army. He was a vigorous constitution, and rarely unwell; his last sickness was not two hours, which termined in death 4-12, 1877, nearly seventy-nine years of age.




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6Joab Wills, son of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. Mary Rogers, dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7James, b. 8-17, 1820      m.      Martha Ellis
7Priscilla M., b. 7-12, 1822       Horace Lippincott



Martha Ellis, the wife of 7James Wills, was the dau. of Joseph Ellis and Ann Champion, of Ellisburg, New Jersey.


Horace Lippincott, who married 6Priscilla M. Wills, was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Elizabeth Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 165, in Marmaduke Lippincott's ancestry (a brother).



6Sarah Wills, the dau. of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. George Haines, M. D., son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Abigail, b. 6-29, 1826            died 4-14, 1828
7Hannah b. 2-2, 1829               died 5-5, 1833
7Priscilla W., b. 6-9, 1830        died 5-21, 1833
7George, Jr., b. 12-10, 1831 m.    1853, Mary B. Gardiner.
7Richard, b. 4-27, 1835    m.      1865, Sarah W. Troth
7Prudence E., b. 9-27, 1839        died unmarried
7James W., b. 6-30, 1842           unmarried
7Anna V., b. 9-23, 1844            died 6-11, 1845.
George Haines, M. D., deceased 4-12, 1877
6Sarah, his wife, deceased 10-16, 1873


Mary B. Gardiner, the wife of 7George Haines, Jr., was the dau. of James Gardiner and Ann Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and Mary Butcher, the dau. of Benajah Butcher and Rachel Shinn, the dau. of Jacob Shinn and Hannah. Benajah Butcher was the son of Thomas Butcher and Sarah. Joseph Powell was the son of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop. James Gardiner was the son of Joseph Gardiner and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Esther Evans, the dau. of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey.




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the progenitors of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. Joseph Gardiner was the son of James Gardiner and Mary Tomlinson, the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson, the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Elizabeth, the progenitors of that family. James was the son of Joseph Gardiner and Catharine Ridgway, the dau. of Thomas Ridgway. Joseph was the son of Thomas Gardiner, Jr. and Hannah Matthews, the dau. of Richard Matthews, of Stokenewington, Middlesex, England. Thomas Jr. was the son of Thomas Gardiner, the progenitor of the Gardiner family in New Jersey.



Sarah W. Troth, whe wife of 7Richard Haines, was the dau. of Levi Troth and Mary Haines, his second wife, the dau. of Josiah Haines and Rebecca Lippincott, the dau. of Moses Lippincott and Mary Hewlings, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Hewlings and Elizabeth Langstaff, his second wife, the widow of William Hammitt, and dau. of Laban Langstaff, the son of Laban Langstaff and Susannah Warrington, the progenitors of the Langstaff family. Joseph Hewlings was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna, Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewllings was the son of William Hewlings, the progenitor, and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, above. Moses Lippincott was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Tomlinson, the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson, the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Tomlinson family. Aaron was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, above. James Lipppincott was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the




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Lippincott family. Josiah Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, whose ancestry see, page159, in Rebecca Haines' ancestry. Levi Troth was the son of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard and Margaret Haines, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor aforesaid. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, whose ancestry see, page 168,in Eliza and Caroline Haines' ancestry.



6Elizabeth C. Wills, dau. of 5Priscilla Moore and Zebedee Wills, m. Benjamin H. Wills, son of Amos Wills and Rebecca Haines, his first wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sarah, b. 10-30, 1827     m.      John D. Haines
7Mary L., b. 3-28, 1832    m.      Benjamin K. Kille, 1st
                                   James Eames 2d
7Benjamin E., b. 9-4, 1836 m.      Helen Reeve, 1st wife
                                   Henrietta Croshaw, 2d wife
7Joab, b. 7-17, 1838       m.      Lydia M. Buzby
7John M., b. 4-9, 1843     m.      Mary A. Calkitt
7Priscilla, N., b. 10-28, 1844 m.  John Moore
7Elizabeth C., b. 6-17, 1851 m.    Joseph Moore
7Amos, 7Rebecca C., and 7Jane Elizabeth died in infancy.



John D. Haines, who married 7Sarah Wills, was the son of Benjamin M. Haines and Kesiah Burrough, the dau. of Joseph Burrough and Martha. Benjamin M. was the son of John Haines and Elizabeth Moore, the dau. of Benjamin Moore and Mary Butcher, his second wife. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore and Rebecca Fenimore, the dau. of Joseph Fenimore and Sarah. Joseph was the son of Richard Fenimore, the progenitor of the Fenimore family. John Haines was the




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son of John Haines and Mary Shreve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry. Benjamin Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of the Moore family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.)



Lydia M. Buzby, the wife of 7Joab Wills, was the dau. of Nathan Buzby and Mary Moore, the dau. of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason . Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Cyrus Moore was the son of Joseph Moore and Patience Woolman, the dau. of Samuel Woolman and Elizabeth. Samuel was the son of John Woolman and Elizabeth Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors, above. John Woolman was the progenitor of the Woolman family. Joseph Moore was the son of Benjamin Moore, the progenitor of that family, and Sarah Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.)



John Moore, who married 7Priscilla N. Wills, was the son of Abel Moore and Elizabeth Engle, the dau. of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Job was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of that family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Obadiah Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Bucher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, whose ancestry see, on page 168, in Eliza and Caroline




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Haines' ancestry. Abel Moore was the son of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, whose ancestry see in Lydia M. Buzby's ancestry, on page 172.



Joseph Moore, who married 7Elizabeth C. Wills, was the son of John Moore and Sarah Lippincott, the dau. of Josiah Lippincott and Mary Phillips. Josiah was the son of Amaziah Lippincott and Hannah Prickitt, the dau. of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zachariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. Amaziah was the son of John Lippincott and Elizabeth Elkinton, the dau. of Joseph Elkinton, the son of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Lippincott was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Eves famiy. James Lippincott wsa the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. John Moore was the son of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin, whose ancestry see, in Lydia M. Buzby's ancestry, on page 172.



6Rebecca Moore, dau. of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. William Davidson, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth, b.             m.      Jacob Shoup
7Benjamin b.               m.      _____ _____.
7William, b.               m.      _____ _____.



6Joseph Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Rachel Davis, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mark, b.                  m.      _____ _____.
7Restore, b.                                                         unmarried
Several daus., names unknown.



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6Eayres Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Sarah Wooster, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Allen, b.                  m.     _____ _____.
6 Eayres, b.                m.     _____ _____. 1st wife
                                   _____ _____. 2d wife.



6Zebedee Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Rachel Githens, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-
7Elwood, b.                m.      _____ _____
7Samuel, b.                m.      _____ _____.
7Barclay, b.               m.      _____ _____.
7Emeline, b.                       unmarried
7Sarah Ann, b.             m.      _____ _____.



6Sarah Moore, dau. of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. John Williams, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Jonathan,                                                        unmarried
7Rebecca, b.                m.     Ira Patterson
7Sarah, b.                         unmarried
7Benjamin, b.               m.     Elizabeth Sexton
7William K., b.                    unmarried
7Isaac T., b.                      died in minority
7Martha, M., b.                    died in minority



6Mark Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Sarah Ann Carty, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.                m.      3 wives, unknown
7Rebecca Ann, b.,           m.      Hiram Lunsford
7Julia Ann, b.              m.      John Shoup
7Charles, b.                m.      _____ _____.
7Lewis, b.                                                            died in minority
7Eleazer, b.                                                         died in minority
7Four others.




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6Benjamin Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Sarah Waikins, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Richard W., b.                    unmarried
7Martha, W., b.            m.      Edward Minzter
7George, b.                m.      _____ _____.
7Mary Ann, b.              m.      William Warner
7Sarah Ann, b.                     unmarried
7Joseph, b.                m.      _____ _____.
7Matilda, b.               m.      Franklin King.
7Emma, b.                  m.      _____ Duffield
7Benjamin, b.                                                      unmarried



6Hannah Moore, dau. of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Job Bishop, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mark, b.                                                               died in minority
7Benjamin, b.                      unmarried
7Sarah Ann, b.             m.      Robert Ewan
7William, b.               m.      Ellen _____
7Cooper, b.                m.      Margaret Maus.
7Elizabeth, b.             m.      Theodore Merrihew.
7Job Jr., b.               m.      2 wives, unknown
7Mary, b.                          died in minority



6John Moore, son of 5Benjamin Moore and Sarah Bowen, m. Clarisa Hand, dau. of _____ _____.
No record of children.     Link to Parents
Clarisa died and 6John married Nancy Evans, dau. of Eli Evans and Rebecca Evans.
No record of children by second marriage.


6Job Ballinger, son of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m. Susan Troth, dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca Ann, b. 10-9, 1824        died 1-14, 1840
7Joshua T., b. 5-13, 1827  m.      Lydia S, Pennell
7Rachel E., b. 9-16, 1830          died 3-30, 1860, unmarried
7Joseph, b. 8-16, 1833     m.      Susanna E. Leeds
7Hannah, b. 6-17, 1838             died unmarried
7Susanna, b. 6-24, 1842    m.      Charles Clement




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Lydia S. Pennell, the wife of 7Joshua T. Ballinger, was the dau. of Abraham Pennell and Sarah Webster, the dau. of William Webster and Lydia Sharpless. Abraham was the son of Joseph Pennell and Mary Yarnall, the dau. of James Yarnall and Jane Cox, the dau. of Lawrence Cox and Sarah Edge, the dau. of John Edge and Mary Smedley, the dau. of George Smedley and Sarah Goodwin, widow of John Goodwin, and dau. of Thomas Kitchin. John Edge was the son of John Edge and Jane. Joseph Pennell was the son of William Pennell and Mary Dell. James Yarnall was the son of Isaac Yarnall and Mary Bennett.


6Joshua Ballinger, son of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m. Ruth Haines, dau. of Core Haines and Mary Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John H., b. 2-23, 1826    m. 1855;, Rachel Eastlack, 1st wife
                          m. 1878, Lydia Jones (widow) 2d wife
                          m. 1885, Mary Rogers, 3d wife
7Martha, b. 1-2, 1828              died unmarried (young woman)
7Mark, b. 10-2, 1829;      m.      Rebecca Simmons
7Charles, b. 4-16, 1832    m.      Hannah Moore
7Elizabeth, b. 2-28, 1836          died unmarried (young woman)
7Joshua, b. 2-1, 1838,     m.      Mary Ella Dickinson
7Rebecca, b. 1-13, 1840            unmarried



6Susan Ballinger, dau. of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m.. Stacy Stiles, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      Link to Parents
7Stacy, b.                          unmarried
7Susan, b.                          unmarried
7John b.                   m.       _____ _____
7Rachel B., b.                      unmarried
7Cyrene, b.                         unmarried
7Henry, b.                          unmarried




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6Sarah Ballinger, dau. of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m. Jacob Lippincott, son of Levi Lippincott and Lettice Wills.
Children were-      Link to Parents
7 Joshua B.,(only child),b. m.     Josephine Craige



6Rebecca Ballinger, dau. of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m. Joshua Wilkins, son of William Wilkins and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joshua, B., b.            m.       Mary Roberts
7Sarah B., b.                       died unmarried



Mary Roberts, the wife of 7Joshua B. Wilkins, was the dau. of Nathan Roberts and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Joseph Haines and Hannah Maxwell, the dau. of John Maxwell, the son of John Maxwell and Hannah Matlack, the dau. of John Matlack and Mary Lee, his second wife. Joseph Haines was the son of Isaiah Haines and Sarah Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitor of the Wilkins family. Isaiah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry, on page 67. John Matlack was the son of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Nathan Roberts was the son of Samuel Roberts and Elizabeth Shute. Samuel was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Joshua Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, above, the progenitors of the Roberts family.




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JOSHUA B. LIPPINCOTT

Joshua B. Lippincott, the only child of Jacob and Sarah Lippincott, was born in Burlington County, New Jersey, 3-18, 1813. His parents were of English extraction and members of the Society of Friends. He traces his ancestry, on his father's side, to Richard and Abigail Lippincott, who removed from the parish of Stonehouse, in Devonshire, England, and settled in New Jersey in 1669.

His mother was the daughter of Joshua Ballinger and Rebecca Moore, to whose care he was early left by the death of his father, and from whom he undoubtedly derived the many characteristics which contributed to his phenomenal success in life. While a boy he was placed with a bookseller in Philadelphia, and at the age of eighteen years, on the failure of his employer, he assumed, at the request of the creditors, the entire charge of the concern. He commenced busines in 1835, with some pecuniary assistance from his mother, at Fourth and Race streets, Philadelphia, under the name of J. B. Lippincott & Co., and here continued until 1850. In the meantime, exceptional business prosperity sufficed for him to amass a considerable fortune, and in 1849, he purchased the extensive business of Grigg, Elliot & Co., and a new concern, the result of this purchase, was organized in 1850, under the firm name of Lippincott, Grambo & Co., the concern subsequently locating at Fourth and Commerce streets. Availing himself of the facilities for extending his business which his absorption of the Grigg & Eliot concern afforded, J.B. Lippincott in 1851, made his first business trip to Europe, and while there, by surprisingly extensive purchase of books- extenisve for those day- he established a credit for large dealings, which laid the foundation of his subsequent importing business.

On the retirement of Grambo, in 1855, the firm resumed its original name of J. B. Lippincott & Co., and for the following thirty years enjoyed a course of prosperity almost without a parallel in the book business of this country. In 1855 appeared the first edition of "Lippincott Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World" a ponderous volume of over two thousand pages, which through successive editions has since been virtually without a rival. Meanwhile some share of the Government business had been entrusted to the house of J. B. Lippincott & Co.




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The transactions with foreign publishing houses also became of increasing importance in the business of the house, resulting in large importations, both of printed books and of sterotype plates, among which was Chambers' Encyclopaedia. "Lippincott's Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology," a singel volume of over two thousand pages, has had no successful competitor in its peculiar field. Other valuable standard works were added to the list of publications, which, in a sketch of his character, are too numberous to mention.

In 1868 was commenced the issue of Lippincott's Magazine, which won a high literary reputation. Several other periodicals were also issued.

In 1861-63 he erected the marble-fronted store of the J. B. Lippincott Company, a pioneer of the numerous stately business edifices on Market street. In 1868 he erected his commodious family residence at 204 Rittenhouse Square. Other extensive real estate investments were made by J. B. Lippincott from time to time as his increasing wealth outgrew the demands of his business.

He was endowed with an active and comprehensive mind, keen perception, and untiring energy.

In 1845 he was united in marriage with Josephine Craige, an accomplished lady, and a worthy sharer of her husband's prosperity. Their children-three sons, Craige, Walter and J. Bertram, and daughter Josephine S.- all lived to inherit the fruits of their father's ability and enterprise, the sons coming by will into possession of the great publishing business to which their father had given some many years of earnest and efficient labor.

In 1875, while traveling about for recreation-extending his trip up the Nile and through Syria-he had the misfortune to contract a fever which undermined his vigourous constitution, from the effects of which he never fully recovered.

In 1878 he visited Europe for the fifth and last time, his journey extending into Spain and Portugal.

On 1-5, 1886, the Philadelphia evening newspapers announced the death of J. B. Lippincott, the well-known publisher and bookseller, thus closing his career.




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6Hannah Ballinger, dau. of 5Rebecca Moore and Joshua Ballinger, m. Joseph Wills, son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Amos, b.                   m.      Sarah Sharp
7Jacob, b.                  m.      Rebecca Ann Haines
7Mark, b.                   m.      Mary Copp
6Hannah died and Joseph married Ann Venicomb, the widow of William Rogers, and dau. of William Venicomb and Rachel Eves.
Children were-
7Rebecca Ann, b.            m.      Alexander C. Wills




Sarah Sharp, the wife of 7Amos Wills, was the dau. of Thomas Sharp and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitors of that family. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Ann. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, who came from London, England. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague, the progenitors . William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr,. and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, above, the progenitors of the family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, above, the progenitors of the family. Thomas Sharp was the son of Thomas Sharp and Esther Brooks, the dau. of Thomas Brooks and Mary. Thomas Sharp was the son of Amos Sharp and Deborah Haines, the dau. of Enoch Haines and Abigail. Enoch was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, above, the progenitors of the family. Amos Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Ann Haines, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Haines

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and Elizabeth Austin, aforesaid. John Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Sharp family, who came from England.



Rebecca Ann Haines, the wife of 7Jacob Wills, was the dau. of Robert Haines and Edith Rogers. Robert was the son of Samuel Haines and Mary Stevenson, his second wife, the dau. of Cornell Stevenson. Samuel was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wfie, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8). Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, above, the progenitor. William Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



Mary Copp, the wife of 7Mark Wills, was the dau. of Dr. Copp and Deborah Cowperthwait, the dau. of Hugh Cowperthwait and Rebecca Roberts, whose ancestry see, page 158, in William Copp's ancestry (a brother).



Alexander C. Wills, who married 7Rebecca Ann Wills, was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, the dau. of William Stockton and Mary Nagley. Micajah was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see, page 178, in Sarah Sharp's ancestry. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, on page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



6Horatio Moore, son of 5John Moore and Keturah Eayre, m. Mary Cox, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7George, b.                 m.      _____ _____.




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6John Moore, son of 5John Moore and Keturah Eayre, . _____ _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children unknown     Link to Parents



6Rebecca Ann Moore, dau. of 5John Moore and Keturah Eayre, m. Lewis S. Wilkins, son of Charles Wilkins and Sarah Stricker.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles, b.                m.     _____ _____.
7Keturah, b.                       unmarried



6Emeline Moore, dau. of 5John Moore and Keturah Eayre, m. _____ Dobbins, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Keturah, b.                m.      _____ Vanderbilt
7Amanda, b.                         unmarried



6Mark Moore, son of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Beulah Curlis (second wife), dau. of Job Curlis and Rebecca Leeds.
There were no children by either marriage.     Link to Parents



6Aaron B. Moore, son of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Acksah Bozarth, dau. of Isaac Bozarth and Mercy.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Orlando B., b.             m.      Maggie Letts, 1st wife
                            m.          Lizzie E. Haines, 2d wife.
7Samuel, b.                 m.      Virginia Pointsett
7Alfred, b.                         went to California
7William, b.                m.      Edith Garvey, 1st wife
                            m.      Anna Crater, 2d wife
7Aaron, b.                  m.      Phebe Ellis
7John, b.                   m.      Ella Clevenger
7Vincent, b.                m.      Bell Pointsett 1st wife
                            m.      Anna Doughty, 2d wife
7Mark, b.                   m.      Ida Smith
7Mary Ann, b.               m.      Thomas Polhemus
7Adelaide, b.               m.      Allen Joyce
7Rebecca, b.                m.      Aden Sine




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6Hosea Moore, Jr., son of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Rebecca Prickitt, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7George, b.                        unmarried
7Mary Ann, b.              m.      Isaac Bozarth
7Emily, b.                 m.      William Bennett
7Keturah, b.               m.      John Mathis
7Anna, b.                  m.      George Brown
7Martha V., b.             m.      William Blake
Rebecca died, and 5Hosea married Margaret Burton, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-
7Daniel, b.                m.      Sarah Branson
7Elizabeth, b.             m.      William Atkinson
7John, b.                          died in minority (16 years)
7Thomas, b.                m.      Anna Bowker, 1st wife
                           m.      Anna Morrison, 2d wife



6Mary Ann Moore, dau. of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. George Helmbold, son of _____ ____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Amanda M., b.             m.      William Leeds 2d wife
7John Moore, b.                    died unmarried
7Vincent Sharp, b.                 died unmarried
7Henreitta V., b.          m.      Henry H. Noe 1st 
                           m.      Eugene D. Powellson, 2d



6Sarah Moore, dau. of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Zachariah Wood, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Maria, b.                 m.      Benjamin Matlack
7Hannah A., b.             m.      Eayre Oliphant
7Three children                    died young



6Lydia Moore, dau. of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. John Conrow, son of Isaac Conrow and Abigail Burr.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel, b.                m.       Hannah W. Alaway
7Mark, b.                  m.       Kesiah Hilyard
7Darling, b.               m.       Mary Ann Brown
7Charles, b.               m.       Ann Helmbold




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6Hannah Moore, dau. of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Robert Wilson, son of _____ _____.
They had no children.     Link to Parents


6Amy Moore, dau. of 5Hosea Moore and Mary Bishop, m. Henry Wood, son of _____ _____.
They had no children      Link to Parents


6Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 5Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, m. Henry C. Deacon, son of Joseph Deacon and Mary Chambers (his second wife).
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Henry I., b. 1-1, 1833     m.     Mary A. Haines, 1st wife
                            m.     Anna M. Bowne, 2d wife
7Sarah, b. 9-13, 1836       m.     Isaac Fenimore
7Israel S., b. 9-13, 1836   m.     Rebecca W. Bowne
7Marietta, b.               m.     Edward L. Bowne



Mary A. Haines, the first wife of 7Henry I. Deacon, was the dau. of William E. Haines and Sarah B. Haines, the dau. of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 64, and ancestry of Clayton Haines, same page. William E. Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Haines, whose ancestry see, page 163.



Anna M. Bowne, Rebecca W. Bowne and Edward L. Bowne, who marrried 7Henry I., 7Israel S., and 7Marietta Deacon, were the children of Edward Bowne and Elizabeth Woodward, whose family see, page 246, for ancestry.



Isaac Fenimore, who married 7Sarah Deacon, was the son of Allen Fenimore and Anner Davis, whose family see, page 183, for further ancestry of Allen Fenimore, and page 76, for ancestry of Anner Davis.




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6Elizabeth Moore, dau. of 5Stacy Moore and Sabilla Austin (first wife), m. Robert Buzby, son of Amos Buzby, and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca, b.                        died unmarried
7Stacy, b.                  m.      _____ _____.



6Hannah Moore, dau. of 5Stacy Moore and Drucilla Tomlin (second wife), m. Arthur Haines, son of Isaiah Haines and Rachel Peacock.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Stacy F., b. 6-19, 1838   m.       Eliza Esher Wills
7Rachel R., b. 5-29, 1842           died 10-16, 1858
7Joshua M., b.                      died 3-13, 1837



Eliza Esher Wills, the wife of 7Stacy F. Haines, was the dau. of Jacob Wills and Rebecca H. Wills, the dau. of Zebedee M. Wills and Rachel Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, his second wife, whose ancestry see, page 65, in Rachel and Mary Rogers' ancestry. Zebedee M. Wills was the son of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, the dau. of William Stockton and Mary Nagley. Micajah Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, whose ancestry see, page 178, in Sarah Sharp's ancestry. Jacob Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 80, in Priscilla N. Wills' ancestry.



6Charles Wills, son of 5Hannah Moore and Amos Wills (second wife), m. Hannah Leeds, dau. of John Leeds and Hannah.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anne E., b.               m.       William Haines
7Rebecca b.                m.       William Wood



William Haines, who married 7Anna E. Wills, was the son of Robert P. Haines and Sarah L. Hewlings. Robert P. was the son of Robert Haines and Rebecca Ann Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop. Robert was the son of




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Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicomb and Rachel Lippincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb famly, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Haines was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



6Amy Wills, the dau. of 5Hannah Moore and Amos Wills (second wife), m. Charles Stokes (first wife), son of Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth C., b. 5-25, 1843 m.     Samuel Haines
7John W., b. 11-20, 1844     m.     Ann Woolman
7Charles French, b. 11-19, 1852     died 8-7, 1855



Samuel Haines, who married 7Elizabeth C. Stokes, was the son of Isaac I. Haines and Emeline Hooten. Isaac I., was the son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Isaac Inskeep and Hannah. Samuel was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 132, in Keturah Lippincott's ancestry.



Ann Woolman, the wife of 7John W. Stokes, was the dau. of Asher Woolman and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Job was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the family, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Obadiah Engel was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, whose ancestry see, page 172, in John Moore's ancestry.




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6Samuel F. Moore, son of 5Amasa Moore and Agnes French, m. Rachel Haines, dau. of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Carlton R., b.            m.      Mary McClure
7Bloomfield H., b.         m.      Clara Jessup



6William Rogers, son of 5Sarah Moore and Joseph Rogers, m. Ann Venicomb, dau. of William Venicomb and Rachel Eves.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b.                m.       Hannah Scattergood
7Allen, b.                 m.       Elizabeth French
7Theodore, b.              m.       Elizabeth Risdon.
William died and Ann married Joseph Wills, son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines.
Children were-
7Rebecca Ann, b.           m.       Alexander C. Wills



Alexander C. Wills, who married 7Rebecca Ann Wills, was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, whose ancestry see, page 165, in Jacob Wills' ancestry.



6Martha Rogers, dau. of 5Sarah Moore and Joseph Rogers, m. Izri Roberts, son of Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Martha, b.                         died in minority
7Joseph b.                 m.       Elizabeth Coles
7Nathan, b.                m.       Anna Coles
7William, b.               m.       Martha Roberts.
Martha died and Izri married Eliza Ballinger, dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Grace Rogers.
Children were-
7Martha, b.                         died in minority



6Allen Fenimore, son of 5Martha Moore and Isaac Fenimore, m. Anner Davis, dau. of David Davis and Mary Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Martha M., b.             m.       Micajah R. Wills
7Ann, b.                   m.       Benajah Deacon
7Mary, b.                           unmarried




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7Isaac, b.                 m.       Sarah S. Deacon
7Sarah Jane, b.                     unmarried
7Anna, b.                  m.       _____ Clothier
7Allen, Jr.,               m.       Elizabeth S. Butterworth
7Lizzie, b.                m.       Henry Newbold



Micajah R. Wills, who married 7Martha M. Fenimore, was the son of Zebedee M. Wills and Rachel Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis, whose ancestry see, page 65, in Rachel and Mary Rogers' ancestry. Zebedee M. Wills was the son of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 64, for further ancestry.



Sarah S. Deacon, the wife of 7Isaac Fenimore, was the dau. of Henry C. Deacon and Elizabeth Stokes , the dau. of Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, the dau. of Joshua Borton and Elizabeth. Israel was the son of David Stokes and Ann Lancaster, the dau. of John Lancaster and Elizabeth Barlow. David was the son of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, the dau. of Jarvis Stogdelle and Mary. John was the son of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of Thomas Green, the son of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. John was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (See page 8). Henry C. Deacon was the son of Joseph Deacon and Mary Chambers. Joseph was the son of William Deacon and Elizabeth Rogers.



6Martha Ann Fenimore, dau. of 5Martha Moore and Isaac Fenimore, m. Benjah Powell, son of Joseph Powell and Mary Butcher.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b.                         unmarried
7Mary B., b.               m.       Zebedee R. Wills
7Isaac M., b.              m.       Ann Ballinger
7Allen F., b.              m.       Elizabeth Horner
7Martha M.,                m.       unmarried
7Ann B.,                   m.       David Budd Cole




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Zebedee R. Wills, who married 7Mary B. Powell, was the son of Zebedee M. Wills and Rachel Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers and Mary Davis, whose ancestry see, page 65, in Rachel and Mary Rogers' ancestry. Zebedee M. Wills was the son of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 65, for further ancestry of Zebedee Wills.



6Benjamin M. Haines, son of 5Elizabeth Moore and John Haines, m. Kesiah Burrough, dau. of Joseph Burrough and Martha Davis.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Martha b., b. 12-22, 1818          died unmarried
7Elizabeth, b. 6-14, 1820           died unmarried
7John D., b. 1-24, 1826    m.       Sarah Wills



Sarah Wills, the wife of 7John D. Haines, was the dau. of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 65, for further ancestry of Zebedee Wills. Benjamin H. Wills was the son of Amos Wills and Rebecca Haines, his first wife, the dau. of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his second wife, the dau. of John Butcher and Mary. Benjamin Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry. Amos Wills was the son of Jacob Wills and Mary Haines. See their ancestry, page 68, in Benjamin H. Wills' ancestry.



6Keturah Haines, dau. of 5Elizabeth Moore and John Haines, m. Joseph K. Lippincott, son of Jesse Lippincott and Mary Ann Kay.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John H., b.               m.       Deborah Scull
7Jesse, b.                 m.       Henrietta Kay
7Mary, b.                  m.       Charles Kay 1st
                           m.       Alexander Cooper, 2d
7Joseph, b.                m.       Mary Bell
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Isaac W. Nicholson



Isaac W. Nicholson, who married 7Elizabeth Lippincott, was the son of Isaac Nicholson and Priscilla Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 64, for




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further ancestry of Zebedee and Priscilla Wills. Isaac Nicholson was the son of Abel Nicholson and Mary Ellis. Abel was the son of Abel Nicholson and Rebecca Aaronson, the dau. of Aaron Aaronson. Abel was the son of Samuel Nicholson and one of three wives. Samuel was the son of Joseph Nicholson and Hannah Wood, the dau. of Henry Wood. Joseph was the son of Samuel Nicholson and Ann, who came from Wiston, Nottinghamshire, England, in 1675.



6Reuben Haines, son of 5Elizabeth Moore and John Haines, m. Ann Hooten, dau. of William Hooten and Ann _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William (only child), b.   m.      Abigail R. Sharp.



Abigail R. Sharp, the wife of 7William Haines, was the dau. of David Sharp and Martha Rogers. David was the son of Aaron Sharp and Rachel Cox. Aaron was the son of Amos Sharp and Rachel Cox. Aaron was the son of Amos Sharp and Deborah Haines, the dau. of Enoch Haines and Abigail. Enoch was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of pure Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Ann Haines, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor. Thomas Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, above, the progenitors of the family. John Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau., of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English Sharps, and came with his father and brothers - William and Hugh- from Nothamptonshire, England, in Steptember, 1682, and settled in Evesham Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.



6Rachel Haines, dau. of 5Elizabeth Moore and John Haines, m. Reuben Roberts, son of John Roberts and Esther Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Esther, b.                m.       Ezra Bell, 1st wife
7Keturah, b.                        unmarried
7Edwin, b.                 m.




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65Elizabeth Moore and John Haines, m. Sarah Evans, dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Bethuel, b. 12-26, 1829;  m.       Hannah Fox
7Rebecca R., b. 9-17, 1831;         died unmarried 2-28, 1850



6William G. Lippincott, son of 5Joseph Lippincott and Rachel Gaskill, m. Mary B. Cox, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph M., b.
7William G., b.
7Frank B., M. D.,          m.       Lucy Ann Haines



6Frank B. Lippincott, M.D., son of 5William G. Lippincott and Mary B., Cox, m. Lucy Ann Haines, dau. of David Haines and Deborah Troth.
Children were-(See above for parents)
7Mary B., b.               m.       William Palmer, son of John and Mary Palmer



Lucy Ann Haines, the wife of 7Frank B. Lippincott, was the dau. of David Haines and Deborah Troth, the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr,. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, who emigrated to Long Island, and removed to Springfield, New Jersey.; Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the son of Robert Engle and




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Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, his first wife, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Eizabeth Prague, the progenitors. William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife, John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, aforesaid, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth was the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth Family. David Haines was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, whose ancestry see,
page 66, in George Haines, M.D.'s ancestry (a brother).



6John Moore, son of 5Abel Moore and Elizabeth Engle, m. Priscilla N. Wills, dau. of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Graville, b.
7Herbert, b.
7Carrie, b.



6Cyrus Moore, son of 5Able Moore and Elizabeth Engle, m. Esther Prickitt, dau. of Zachariah Prickitt and Agnes Sharp.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Etta, b.                  m.       Joseph Hilton, Jr.



6Anna Moore, dau. of 5 Able Moore and Elizabeth Engle, m. Lemuel Prickitt, son of Josiah Prickitt and Ann Sharp.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.                  m.       _____ _____.



6Mary A. Engle, dau. of 5Eliza Moore and John Engle, m. Henry Hancock, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Three Children, b.                 names unknown.



6John Engle, the husband of 5Eliza Moore, deceased, m. Emeline Nippins (second wife).
Children were-
7John, b.                  m.       _____ _____, and had five children.




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6Lydia M. Buzby, dau. of 5Mary Moore and Nathan Buzby, m. Joab Wills, son of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills.
Both deceased, leaving no children.     Link to Parents



6Francis Decou, son of 5Martha Moore and Thomas Decou, m. Hannah Troth, dau. of Isaac Troth and Sarah Jones.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca, b.               m.       John N. Haines
7Thomas, b.                m.       _____ _____.
7 Joseph, b.               m.       _____ _____.
7Martha, b.                         unmarried
7Lydia, b.                          died unmarried



6Joseph Moore, son of 5John Moore and Sarah Lippincott, m. Elizabeth C. Wills, dau. of Benjamin H. Wills and Elizabeth C. Wills.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Dora, b.                  m.       George Gale



6Mary Moore, dau. of 5John Moore and Sarah Lippincott, m. Isaac H. Wills, (second wife), son of William S. Wills and Elizabeth Haines.
Mary deceased, leaving no children     Link to Parents



6Hannah Garwood, dau. of 5Japheth Garwood and Hannah Haines, m. Isaac Sharp, son of William Sharp and Elizabeth Green.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizbeth, b. 1807         m.       Samuel Sharp
7Susannah, b. 1808                  died unmarried
7Kesiah, b. 1810           m.       Allen Prickitt, 1st wife
7Hannah, b. 1813           m.       David Scott
7Japheth, b. 1815          m.       Julia Ann Scott
7Jane Ann, b. 1823         m.       Hugh Sharp, 1st wife.



Samuel Sharp, who married 7Elizabeth Sharp, was the son of Job Sharp and Esther Brooks, dau. of John Brooks, and widow of Thomas Sharp. Job was the son of Hugh Sharp and Ann Stratton, his second wife, the dau. of Mark Stratton and Ann Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor, and




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Rachel Firman, his first wife. Mark was the son of William Stratton, of Stratford-upon Avon, county of Warwick, England. Hugh Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English Sharps, and came from England with ihs father and brothers- William and Hugh.



Allen Prickitt, who married 7Kesiah Sharp, his first wife, was the son of Josiah Prickitt and Ann Sharp, the dau. of Thomas Sharp and Esther Brooks, the dau. of John Brooks. Thomas was the son of Amos Sharp and Deborah Haines, whose ancestry see, page 186, in Abigail R. Sharp's ancestry. Josiah Prickitt was the son of Job Prickitt and Ann Smith, the dau. of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth. Job was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zachariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family, who settled in Northampton township, Burlington county, New Jersey.



David Scott and Julia Ann Scott, who married 7Hannah and 7Japheth Sharp, were the children of Henry Scott and Tamason _____.


Hugh Sharp, who married 7Jane Ann Sharp, was the son of William Sharp and Jemima Braddock, the dau. of Darnell Braddock and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of William Rogers and Martha Esterhans. William was the son of William Rogers and Elizabeth Walker. William was the son of William Rogers and Hannah. Darnell Braddock was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John, Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehoboam Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, whose ancestry see, page 160, in Abigail Wilkins' ancestry. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Elizabeth Rakestraw, the dau. of Thomas Rakestraw and




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Elizabeth Zane. William Sharp was the son of Hugh Sharp and Ann Stratton, whose ancestry see, page 189, in Samuel Sharp's ancestry.


6Sarah Garwood, dau. of 5Japheth Garwood and Elizabeth Bates, his second wife, m. Jacob Prickitt, son of Jacob Prickitt and Mary Peacock.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rachel, b.                m.       William Garwood
7Daniel, b.                         died unmarried



William Garwood, who married 7Rachel Prickitt, was the son of Samuel Garwood and Mary Newton, the dau. of Isaac Newton and Mary Stokes, the dau. of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, the dau. of Jarvis Stogdelle and Mary. John was the son of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of Thomas Green, the son of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. John Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family ( See page 8.) Samuel Garwood was the son of Israel Garwood.



6Hope Garwood, dau. of 5Japheth Garwood and Elizabeth Bates, his second wife, m. Job Braddock, son of Job Braddock and Hannah Snowden.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b. 1-7, 1821      m.       Joshua Garwood
7Aaron L., b. 10-3, 1822            died 2-11, 1825
7Elizabeth G., b.          m.       Robert Hartley
7Susannah G., b.                    died unmarried



Joshua Garwood, who married 7Hannah Braddock, was the son of Samuel Garwood and Mary Newton, whose ancestry see, above, in William Garwoods ancestry (a brother).




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6Job Collins, son of 5John Collins and Ruth Borrodale, m. Mary Ballinger, dau. of Levi Ballinger and Hannah _______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b. 3-24, 1806     m.       Joseph Davis
7Lydia, b. 5-9, 1807       m.       William D. Rogers
7Levi, b. 3-16, 1809       m.       Jemima _____.
7Clayton, b. 3-16, 1809    m.       Esther Evans
7William, b. 7-10, 1813    m.       Mercy Percival



Joseph Davis, who married 7Hannah Collins, was the son of David Davis and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Martha Cole, his second wife, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Cole was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom ws the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem county, New Jersey. David was the son of John Davis, of Salem county, who came from Wales, England.



William D. Rogers, who married 7 Lydia Collins, was the son of William Rogers and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, above, in Joseph Davis' ancestry. William was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen, the widow of Ner Eayres. William was the son of William Rogers, who was the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of the Rogers family.



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Esther Evans, who married 7Clayton Collins, was the dau. of Jacob Evans and Elizabeth Snowden, the dau. of Isaac Snowden. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, whose ancestry see, page 178, in Sarah Sharp's ancestry. Thomas was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry.



6Arthur Collins, son of 5John Collins and Ruth Borrodale, m. Martha Ballinger, dau. of Levi Ballinger and Hannah.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Isaac, b. 12-18, 1809     m.       Sarah Stratton
7Rachel,, b.               m.       Clayton Lippincott.



Sarah Stratton, the wife of 7Isaac Collins, was the dau. of Owen Stratton and Mary Haines, the widow of Francis Shinn, and dau. of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry. Owen Stratton was the son of Jonathan Stratton and Sarah Owen, the dau. of Rowland Owen and Prudence. Jonathan Stratton was the son of Daniel Stratton and Mary. Daniel was the son of Mark Stratton and Ann Hancock,, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Mark was the son of William Stratton, of Stratford-upon-Avon, county of Warwick, England.



Clayton Lippincott, ex-Judge, who married 7Rachel Collins, was the son of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines. Thomas was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of the Ogborn family. John Engle was the




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son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. Isaac Lippincott was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, his first wife, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard and Margaret Haines, the progenitors of the Haines family. Elizabeth Haines (the wife of Thomas Lippincott) was the dau. of Nathaniel Haines and Mary Hervey, the dau. of John Hervey. Nathaniel was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the third son of Richard and Margaret Haines, above, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott (who married Mary Haines) was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



7Isaac Collins, son of 6Arthur Collins and Martha Ballinger, m. Sarah Stratton, dau. of Owen Stratton and Mary (Haines) Shinn, his second wife.
Children were-     (See parents page 193)
8Martha L., b.             m.       Amos A. Rogers
8John S., b.               m.       Rachel A. Rogers
8Mary S., b.               m.       Clayton Conrow
8Charles, b.               m.       Elizabeth C. Lippincott
Elizabeth C. Lipincott, the wife of 8Charles Collins, was the dau. of Aaron Lippincott and Lydia Conrow, his first wife, the dau. of Darling Conrow and Elizabeth Brown, his second wife, the dau. of Joseph Brown. Darling was the son of Darling Conrow and Sarah Elkinton. Darling was the son of Darling Conrow and Deliverance Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Aaron Lippincott was the son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts. Levi was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Bryant. Samuel was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see, page 193, in Clayton Lippincott's ancestry.




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Clayton Conrow, who married 8Mary S. Collins, was the son of Nathan H. Conrow and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Nathaniel Haines and Mary Hervey, whose ancestry see, page 194, in Clayton Lippincott's ancestry. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see, on page 193, in Clayton Lippincott's ancestry. Nathan H. Conrow was the son of Darling Conrow and Esther Hunt, his first wife. Darling was the son of Darling Conrow and Deliverance Stokes, whose ancestry see, page 194, in Elizabeth C. Lippincott's ancestry.



7Rachel Collins, dau. of 6Arthur Collins and Martha Ballinger, m. Clayton Lippincott, son of William Lippincottt and Ann Rogers.
Children were-     (See parents page 193)
8Martha C., b.             m.       Samuel C. Decou
8Annie, b.                 m.       Thomas C. Andrews



6Sarah Collins, dau. of 5Job Collins and Mary Haines (his first wife), m. Samuel Thorn, son of Thomas Thorn and Abigail Burrough.
They went to the State of New York, and the family is unknown in the Haines family.
     Link to Parents


6Mary Collins, dau. of 5Job Collins and Elizabeth (Mason) Ballinger (his second wife), m. Uriah Borton, son of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b. 4-29, 1800     m.       Sarah Jessup
7Elizabeth b. 1-27, 1803   m.       Charles Haines
7Rachel, b. 9-7, 1806      m.       William Jessup, 1st wife
7Lydia, b. 5-16, 1809               died unmarried
7Mary b., 10-7, 1813       m.       Thomas Evans, 1st wife
7Naomi, b. 9-1, 1816       m.       Nathan Haines
7Amy, b. 8-22, 1818;                died unmarried



Sarah Jessup and William Jessup, who married 7Joseph and 7Rachel Borton, were the children of John Jessup and Deborah.




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John was the son of John Jessup and Elizabeth Ballinger. John was the son of John Jessup and Margaret Whitaker.



Charles Haines, who married 7Elizabeth Borton, was the son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Isaac Inskeep and Hannah. Samuel was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry.



Thomas Evans, who married 7Mary Borton, was the son of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Susanna Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, whose family see, page 21, for further ancestry of Joshua and Rebecca. Joseph Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 79, in Sarah Evans' ancestry.



Nathan Haines, who married 7Naomi Borton, was the son of Hinchman Haines and Mary Warrington, his first wife. Hinchman was the son of Noah Haines and Hannah Thorn, the widow of George Turner, and dau. of Thomas Thorn and Letitia Hinchman, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry. See ancestry of Mary Warrington, page 299



6John Collins, son of 5Job Collins and Elziabeth Mason (widow), m. Hannah Lippincott (second wife), dau. of Thomas Lippincott and Rachel Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mark, b.                  m.       Edith Craft, 2d wife
7Rachel, b.                         died 4-3, 1835




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Hanna died and 6John married Sarah Haines, dau. of Job Haines and Sarah Carr. Children were- 7Job, b. (only child; ) died in minority


7Mark Collins, son of 6John Collins and Hannah Lippincott, second wife, m. Edith Craft, dau. of Samuel Craft and _____ _____.
Children were-      (For Parents see Previous Page)
8Samuel C., b.
8Charles, b.
8Anna C., b.
8Mary b.,



7 Joseph Borton, son of 7Mary Collins and Uriah Borton, m. Sarah Jessup, dau. of John Jessup and Deborah _____.
Children were-      (For Parents see Previous Page)
8Deborah, b.               m.       Richard Buzby
8Elizabeth b,.             
8Mary, b.                  m.       Chalkley Stokes
8Rachel, b.                         died unmarried
8Uriah, b.                 m.       Rachel Wiggins.
8Sarah, b.                          died unmarried



Chalkley Stokes, who married 8Mary Borton, was the son of Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth Mason, widow of John Mason, and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. See Isaac Stokes' family, page 140, for further ancestry of Chalkley Stokes



7Elizabeth Borton, dau. of 6Mary Collins and Uriah Borton, m. Charles Haines (first wife), son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep.
Chi/ldren were-      (For Parents see Previous Page)
8William B., b.            m.       Mary T. Haines
8Rachel, b.                m.       John Roberts



Mary T. Haines, the wife of 8William B. Haines, was the dau. of Charles Haines and Mary Troth. For ancestry of




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Charles Haines and Mary Troth see, page 167, in Eliza and Caroline Haines' ancestry.



John Roberts, who married 8Rachel Haines, was the son of Amos Roberts and Jane Matlack. Amos was the son of Ebenezer Roberts and Rachel Dudley, the dau. of Thomas Dudley and Martha Evans, the dau. of Thomas Evans and Rebecca Owen, his second wife. Thomas was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family. Thomas Dudley was the son of Francis Dudley, the progenitor, who came from England, and Rachel Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Ebenezer Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, whose family see, page 21, for further ancestry.



7Rachel Borton, dau. of 6Mary Collins and Uriah Borton, m. William Jessup, son of John Jessup and Deborah _____.
Rachel died without issue, and William married Mary Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Esther Evans.
Children were-
8Esther, b.                m.       Edmund Darnell
Esther deceased, leaving no children


Edmund Darnell, who married 8Esther Jessup, was the son of Job Darnell and Agnes Mullin, the dau. of William Mullin and Elizabeth Lukins. Job was the son of Edmund Darnell and Rachel, the dau. of Joshua Dudley and Rachel. Edmund was the son of Edward Darnell and Jane Driver. Edward was the son of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family.



7Mary Borton, dau. of 6Mary Collins and Uriah Borton, m. Thomas Evans, son of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts. 7Mary died, leaving no children, and Thomas married Sarah Lippincott, dau. of Abram Lippincott and Rachel Borton.      (For Parents see Page 196)




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Children were-
8Sarah, b.                 m.       Elwood Evans
Sarah died and Thomas married Elizabeth Saunders, dau. of Solomon Saunders and Lydia Burrough.
No issue by the third marriage.



Elwood Evans, who married 8Sarah Evans, was the son of Uriah Evans and Rachel Saunders, the dau. of Solomon L. Saunders and Lydia Burrough, the dau., of Samuel Burrough and Sarah Lamb, the dau. of Jacob Lamb and Lydia (Haines) Stokes, the widow of Samuel Haines, and dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, whose family see, page 14 for further ancestry of Thomas and Deliverance. Samuel Burough was the son of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott, the progenitors. Samuel was the son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Samuel was the son of Edward Burrough, of Underbarro, the distinguished Quaker. Solomon L. Saunders was the son of John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of Solomon Lippincott and Sarah Cozens, his first wife. Solomon was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, whose ancestry see, page 164, in Benjamin Lippincott's ancestry. Uriah Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, the dau. of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, the second wife of Jacob Evans, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry.



7Naomi Borton, dau. of 6Mary Collins and Uriah Borton, m. Nathan Haines, son of Hinchman Haines and Mary Warrington, his first wife.
Children were-      (For Parents see Page 196)
8Son, b.                            died in minority



6Naomi Collins, dau. of 5Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, his second wife, m. Isaac Roberts, son of _____ _____.
They left no children.     Link to Parents




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6Lydia Collins, dau. of 6Job Collins and Elizabeth (Ballinger) Mason, his second wife, m. Isaac Stokes (first wfie), son of John Stokes and Beulah Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Carlton, P., b. 7-12, 1810 m.      Lydia Webster 1st wife
                                    Elizabeth, 2d wife
7Samuel, b. 8-5, 1813       m.      Lydia Fletcher
7I. Collins, b. 8-8, 1815   m.      Mary Percival
7Elizabeth C., b. 4-21, 1817 m.     John Lowrey
7Chalkley, b. 2-24, 1820    m.      Mary Borton
7Charles, b. 1-7, 1822      m.      Amy Wills 1st wife
                                    Phebe. P. Haines, 2d wife
7Ezra, b. 10-27, 1823       m.      Martha Shreeve
7Edwin, b. 2-8, 1827        m.      Martha Andrews.
Lydia died and Isaac married Mary Ballinger, the widow of Job Collins and dau. of Levi Ballinger and Hannah. No issue by the second marriage.



Mary Borton, the wife of 7Chalkley Stokes, was the dau. of Joseph Borton and Sarah Jessup. See that family, page 197, for further ancestry of Joseph and Sarah.



Amy Wills, the first wife of 7Charles Stokes, was the dau. of Amos Wills and Hannah Moore, his second wife. See that family, page 73, for further ancestry of Amos Wills and Hannah Moore.



Phebe P. Haines, the second wife of 7Charles Stokes, was the dau. of Ezra Haines and Lucy Bishop, his first wife. See that family, page 129, for further ancestry of Ezra Haines.



Martha Shreeve, the wife of 7Ezra Stokes, was the dau. of Samuel Shreeve and Ann Haines, the dau. of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep. Samuel was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Samuel Shreeve was the son of Joseph Shreeve.




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7Joshua B. Lippincott, son of 6Sarah Ballinger and Jacob Lippincott, m. Josephine Craige, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Craige, b.                m.       Sally Bucknell
8Walter, b.                m.       Elizabeth S. Horstman
8Josephine S., b.          m.       James Goodwin
8J. Bertram, b.



7Carlton R. Moore, son of 6Samuel F. Moore and Rachel Haines, m. Mary McClure, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Mary B., b.               m.       George Paillard
8Clara V., b.              m.       John B. Irick
8Annie M., b.              m.       Charles Shinn, 
They have one child Samuel W., a lawyer. 8J. Ridgway, b. died unmarried 8Carlton R., b. m. Elizabeth Van Ness.



7Bloomfield H. Moore, son of 6Samuel F. Moore and Rachel Haines, m. Clara Jessup, dau. of Augustus E. Jessup and _____ _____.
(For more on this family see, National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. xxviii, March 1940, #1, Ancestry of Clarence Bloomfield Moore of Philadelphia by Clara Jessup Moore.)
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Clarence, b.                       unmarried
8Ella, b.                  m.       Count Carl Gustaf Von Rosen
Their children are - Count 9Eugene; Count 9Clarence; Count 9Rheinhold; 9Maud; and Count 9Eric. 8Lillian, b. m. Carl de Bildt
Their children are - 9Harold and 9Didrick.



7Bloomfield H. Moore, the son of 6Samuel F. Moore and Rachel (Haines) Moore was born in Philadelphia. His father, dying while he was quite young, he was left to the care of his mother, from whom he inherited the many characteristics which contributed to his phenomenal succcess in business. He was associated with his father-in-law in the manufacture of paper, and afterward by himself. He owned several large plants for manufacturing paper, and his business was so extensive, both at home and abroad, as to make his name a household word as a paper manufacturer. He was unostentatious in his intercourse with men and disliked notoriety. He was affable in manners, and naturally attractive, making many friends in his businesss associations.




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6Eliza Newton, dau. of 5John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. Asa Edwards, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Newton, b.                m.       _____ _____ and went west.
6Anna, b. 
6Thomas, b.                m.       Maria Stackhouse



6William Newton, son of 5John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. Hannah Ann Allen, dau. of William Allen and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles, b.                        died unmarried
7Thomas, b.                         died unmarried
7Richard, b.               m.       Hope Ballinger
7Sarah Ann, b.                      died unmarried
7Rachel, b.                         died in minority
7Allen, b.                          died in minority



Hope Ballinger, the wife of 7Richard Newton, was the dau. of Eayre O. Ballinger and Esther Sharp, the dau. of John Sharp and Mary Peacock, his second wife, the dau. of John Peacock and Mary Prickitt, the dau. of Zeckariah Prickitt and Mary. Zeckariah was the son of Zeckariah Prickitt and Mary Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family. Zechariah was the son of Zechariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor of the Peacock family who came Scotland. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Elizabeth Green, the dau. of John Green and Catharine Heustead. John Green was the grandson of Thomas Green, the son of Arthur Green, of Bugbrook, a parish of Northamptonshire, England. William Sharp was the son of William Sharp and Mary Haines, the dau. of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry. William Sharp was the son of Willam Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the




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progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Sharp family, who claim an English ancestry, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Eayre O. Ballinger was the son of Thomas E. Ballinger and Hope Oliphant, the dau. of Shinn Oliphant and Hope Eayre, the dau. of Habakkuk Eayre and Mary. Habakkuk was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family, who located at Eayrestown, Burlington county, New Jersey (formerly of Northampton). Shinn Oliphant was the son of Jonathan Oliphant and Mary. Thomas E. Ballinger was the son of Job Ballinger and Martha Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, whose ancestry see, page 178, in Sarah Sharp's ancestry. Job Ballinger was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of the Ballinger family, who settled in Evesham township, Burlington county, New Jersey, on Sharp's Run.


6Hannah Newton, dau. of 5John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. William Allen, son of William Allen and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6John, b.                  m.       _____ Dudley
6William ,b.               m.       _____ _____.
6Andrew, b.                         died in minority



6Matilda Newton, dau. of 5John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. Mahlon Wilson, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel, b.                m.       _____ _____ and went West.
Mahlon died and 6 Matilda married George Risdon.
Children were- 7Mahlon, b.



6John Newton, son of 7John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. Mary Ann Garwood, dau. of John Garwood and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.                  m.       Richard Ross
7Shivers, N., b.                    went west




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6 Samuel S. Newton, so of John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. Sarah Ann Risdon, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mahlon, b.                m.
7Sarah, b.                 m.
7Isaac, b.
7Rachel, b.                m.       Theodore Christopher
7Ida, b.                   m.       _____ _____.
7Samuel, b.                         died in minority



Theodore Christopher who married 7Rachel Newton, was the son of John M. Christopher and Dorothy Hewlings, the dau. of John Hewlings and Lydia Crispin, the dau. of Benjamin Crispin and Rachel Braddock, the daughter of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who came from Middlesex England. James was the son of Gregory Clement, one of the judges who tried King Charles I, and who was executed with others that sat in judgment. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, the progenitor of the Bates family, who came from the County of Wickloe, Ireland. Robert Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Benjamin Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen and Martha, of Springfield, New Jersey. Benjamin was the son of Silas Crispin, the prognitor of the family in America, and Mary Stockton, second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Silas Crispin was the son of Capt. William Crispin, of the British Navy, and Annie Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant of Rotterdam. John Hewlings was the son of Joseph Hewlings and Elizabeth Langstaff, the widow of William Hammitt, and dau. of Laban Langstaff, the son of Laban Langstaff and Susannah Warrington, the progenitors. Joseph Hewlings was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, from London. Jacob was the son of William Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the progenitors. Dorothy was the first wife of William Hewlings, and dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor.




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6Eleanor Newton, dau. of 5John Newton and Rachel Sharp, m. William Johnson, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Jonathan, b.
7Daughter, b.



6Hannah Garwood, dau. of 5Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Elias Edwards, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Cooper Tomlinson
7Elias, b.                 m.       Mary Eliza Winters
7Hannah, b.                m.       Thomas Wilkins
7Ruth, b.                  m.       Elias Wright
7Jehu, b.                  m.       Emily Wilson
7Jesse, b.                 m.       Sarah Cook
7Samuel, b.                m.       Fanny Allen
7Mary, b.                  m.       George Stockton



6William Garwood, son of 6Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Rachel Prickitt, dau. of Jacob Prickitt and Sarah Garwood.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary Elizabeth, b.        m.       Turner Risdon
7Sarah Jane, b.            m.       Wilmer Cowperthwait, 1st
7Lydia, b.                 m.       Charles B. Chew
7Julia, b.                 m.       _____ Fowler
7Newton, b.                         died unmarried
7William, b.               m.       _____ _____.
7Walter, b.



Wilmer Cowperthwait, who married 7Sarah Jane Garwood, was the son of John S. Cowperthwait and Frances Shinn, the dau. of John Shinn and Keturah Birdsall, the dau. of Elijah Birdsall and Mary. John was the son of Levi Shinn and Hannah. Levi was the son of Thomas Shinn and Ruth Stratton. John Cowperthwait was the son of William Cowperthwait and Martha Stratton, the dau. of David Stratton and Rebecca. William was the son of William, the son of Thomas, the son of John, the son of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, the progenitors.




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7Elizabeth Garwood, dau. of 5 Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Stacy Prickitt, son of Stacy Prickitt and Jane Conover.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joanna, S. E., b.         m.       Daniel W. Geist
7Stacy C.,  b.             m.       Jennie Davis
7Elma, b.                           died in minority.



Jennie Davis, the wife of 7Stacy C. Prickitt, was the dau. of Samuel Davis and Emeline Haines, the dau. of Thomas Haines and Sarah Coates, the dau. of William Coates and Sarah Hollingshead. Thomas Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Anna Deacon. Samuel was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Mullen. Thomas was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. Wiliam Haines was the third son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Samuel Davis was the son of Samuel Davis and Sarah Watson.



6Joshua Garwood, son of 5Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Hannah Braddock, dau. of Job Braddock and Hope Garwood.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Henry, b.                 m.       Elizabeth S. Collins
7Samuel b,                 m.       Ella Doughty
7J. Morris, b.             m.       Fannie Hooper
7Charles, b.               m.       Ida Bozarth
7Sarah Maria, b.           m.       William C. Allen, 1st wife
7Hope, b.                  m.       Joseph Taylor
7Ellen, b.                          died in minority
7Hannah, b.                         died in minority
7Stokes, b.                         died in minority
7Job, b.                            died in minority
7Frank, b.                          died in minority




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RICHARD S. BRADDOCK, M. D.

Richard S. Braddock, M. D., the son of William Braddock, Jr, and Mary Jane (Garwood) Braddock, was born in Medford N. J., 12-3, 1853.
His preparatory education was obtained at the Pennington Seminary, from which he graduated in 1872. He read medicine with N. Newlin Stokes, M. D., of Moorestown, N.J., attended lecutres and was graduated from the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, in 1875.

The same year he commenced the practice of his profession in Medford and vicinity, where by his skillful treatment of disease, and ready diagnosis of cases, he has gained the confidence of a large circle of friends, and has here continued a successful practice since.

He takes special interest in surgery, and won for himself a very creditable distinction in the art; is a student of his profession, and well read in the best medical literature of the day.

He married, in 1887, Emma T. Antrim, (see page 206), to whom one child, R. Chilton Braddock, was born, who died when quite young.

Emma, his wife, dying a few years after the son, he married again the second time, Eva S. Ballinger (see page 207).

His father, the second son of William Braddock, Sr. and Ann (Rogers) Braddock, spent his entire life in Medford township, as a farmer, lumber merchant, butcher, and dealing extensively in real estate, pine land and cranberry bottoms.

He married Mary J. Garwood, who bore him eight children, Mariana, Hannah G., Charles S., (all of whom are deceased), Emma Jane, the wife (now widow) of Samuel Stackhouse, Adelaide, Clara (both unmarried), Richard S., M. D., and Lillian, who is deceased. See page 206.




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6Samuel Garwood, son of 5Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Elizabeth Christopher, dau. of John M. Christopher and Dorothy Hewlings.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Emma, b.                           died unmarried
7Mary, b.
7Several, b.                        died in minority



6Mary Jane Garwood, dau. of 5Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Wiliam Braddock, Jr. son of William Braddock and Ann Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Marianne, b.                       died young woman, unmarried
7Hannah G., b.                      died young woman, unmarried
7Charles S., b.                     died young man, unmarried
7Emma Jane, b.             m.       Samuel Stackhouse
7Adelaide, b.                       unmarried
7Richard S., M. D., b.     m.       Emma T. Antrim, 1st wife
                                      m.       Eva S. Ballinger, 2d wife
7Clara, b.                          unmarrried
7Lillian, b.                        died in minority



Emma T. Antrim, the first wife of 7Richard S. Braddock, M. D., was the dau. of Thomas Antrim and Lydia Sharp, the dau. of Samuel Sharp and Lydia Sharp, the dau. of Aaron Sharp and Rachel Cox. Aaron was the son of Amos Sharp and Deborah Haines, the dau. of Enoch Haines and Abigail. Enoch was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, who was of Indian lineage. Richard was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Amos Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Ann Haines, his second wife. John was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine family. Samuel Sharp was the son of Noah Sharp and Elizabeth Braddock, the dau. of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, the dau. of John Darnell, the progenitor of the Darnell family, and Hannah Borton, the dau. of John Borton, Jr. and his first wife. John Jr. was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Rehobaom Braddock was the son of Robert Braddock and Elizabeth Bates,

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his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mercy Clement, the dau. of James Clement and Jane, who came from the county of Middlesex, England. Joseph Bates was the son of William Bates, who came from the county of Wickloe, Ireland. Robert was the son of Robert Braddock, the progenitor of the Braddock family, and Elizabeth Hancock, the dau. of Timothy Hancock, the progenitor, and Rachel Firman, his first wife. Noah Sharp was the son of Samuel Sharp and Elizabeth Peacock, the dau. of John Peacock and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Zackariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. John was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor, who came from Scotland. Samuel Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Ann Haines aforesaid, whose ancestry see, in the foregoing ancestry of Emma T. Antrim.



Eva S. Ballinger, the second wife of 7Richard S. Braddock, M. D., was the dau. of Joseph E. O. Ballinger and Elizabeth G. Sharp, the dau. of John Sharp and Mary Peacock (second wife), whose ancestry see, page 201, in Hope Ballinger's ancestry. Joseph E. O. Ballinger was the son of Thomas E. Ballinger and Hope Oliphant, whose ancestry also see, page 201, in Hope Ballinger's ancestry.



6Israel Garwood, son of 5Mary Newton and Samuel Garwood, m. Julia Ann Jones, dau. of Jonathan Jones and Amy Wilkins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Israel, Jr., b.           m.       Lillian Jones
7Samuel, b.                         died in infancy.



Lillian Jones, the wife of 7Israel Garwood, Jr., was the dau. of Lawrence Jones and Emma Rogers, of Crosswicks, New Jersey. Lawrence was the son of William Jones and Sarah Webster, the dau. of Lawrence Webster and Hannah Wills, the dau. of Daniel Wills and Margaret Eayre, the dau. of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Eayre family. Daniel Wills was the son of Daniel Wills and Margaret Newbold, the dau. of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family. Daniel Wills was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Lawrence Webster was the son of Thomas Webster




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and Sarah Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Thomas Webster was the son of Samuel Webster, the progenitor of the Webster family, who came from England. William Jones was the son of Samuel Jones and _____ Peacock.



6Peter Lester, son of 5Mary Stokes and Thomas Lester, m. Margaret Foulke, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.                  m.       Aaron Evans
7Mary, b.



6Tacy Ann Paul, dau. of 5Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. William Hallowell, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b.
7Anna, b.



6Rachel M. Paul, dau. of 5 Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. Elias Kirk, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.
7Joshua, b.
7John, b.
7Ellen, b.
7Mary, b.
7Amanda, b.



6Hannah M. Paul, dau. of 5Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. Edward Mathers, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Martha, b.
7John, b.
7Ellen, b.




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6Morris M. Paul, son of 6Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. Lydia Hallowell, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b.                m.       _____ Penrose



6Sidney P. Paul, dau. of 5Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. John Lloyd, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John ,b.
7Emma, b.
7Sarah, b.
7Joshua, b.
7Ellen, b.
7Hannah, b.
7Lydia Ann, b.             m.       Jarrett Hallowell



6Susan P. Paul., dau. of 5Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. Joseph Lukens, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sarah, b.
7Jarvis, b
7Lydia, b.
7Joshua, b.                m.       Elizabeth Root
7Hannah, b.                m.       Lukens Paul
7Isaiah, b.                m.       Rachel Murry



6Joseph Paul, son of 5Hannah Stokes and Joshua Paul, m. Mary Foulke, dau. of _____ _____.
No record of children.     Link to Parents



6Elizabeth Smith, dau. of 5Rachel Stokes and Timothy Smith, m. Robert Williams, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Tacy, b.
7John, b.



6John Smith, son of 5Rachel Stokes and Timothy Smith, m. Sarah Swaine, dau. of _____ _____.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
7Timothy, b.
7James, b.
7George, b.



6Jarvis Smith, son of 5Rachel Stokes and Timothy Smith, m. Sarry Parry, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Robert, b.
7Oliver, b.
7Samuel, b.
7Thomas, b.
7Newton, b.



6Clayton Bryan, son of 5Susan Stokes and James Bryan, m. Carrie, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William b.,
7Newton, b.



6John Bryan, son of 6Susan Stokes and James Bryan, m. Ellen Hough, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John, b.
7Hough, b.
7Susan, b.                 m.



7Hannah Bryan, dau. of 7Susan Stokes and James Bryan, m. Francis Bodder, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles, b.
7Stokes, b.
7Parker, b.
7Chapman, b.
7Lycurgus, b.



6Frances C. Stokes, dau. of 5Samuel Stokes and Susan Myers, m. Jesse Williams, son of _____ _____.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
7Jesse, b.
7Edward, b.
7Henry b.
7Samuel, b.



7Susan Bryan, dau. of 6John Bryan and Ellen Hough, m. Dr. Swartzlander, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     For Parents, see previous page.
8Franklin, b.



7Joseph Lukens, son of 6Susan Paul and Joseph Lukens, m. Elizabeth Root, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents, see page 209.
8Joseph, Jr., b.



7Hannah Lukens, dau. of 6Susan Paul and Joseph Lukens, m. Lukens Paul, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents, see page 209.
8Isabella, b. 
8Elwood, b.



7Isaiah Lukens, son of 6Susan Paul, and Joseph Lukens, m. Rachel Murry, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents, see page 209.
8Susanna, b.



7Anna Lester, dau. of 6Peter Lester and Margaret Foulke, m. Aaron Ivens, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents, see page 208.
8Emma, b.                  m.       Thomas Dingee
They have two children, 9Blanche and 9Lester.


6Martha E. Stokes, dau. of 5Stogdelle Stokes and Eliza Eastburn, m. N. Newlin Stokes, M. D., son of Nathaniel Stokes and Nancy E. Stokes.
Children were-     Link to Parents




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7Joseph, M. D., b.         m.       Mary Emlen
7Eliza, b.
7Stogdelle, b.



6Benjamin R. Stokes, son of 5Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, m. Sarah Zelley, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Abraham, b.               m.       Hannah Haines
7Howard, b.                m.       Sarah Hendrickson
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Amos Evans
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Henry Kelley



6Ann L. Stokes, dau. of 5Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, m. William S. Emley, son of _____ ____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John, b.                          died unmarried (a soldier in U. S. Army)
7William, b.                m.      Annie Edwards
7Anna, b.                   m.      James Green, M. D.
7Mary, b.                   m.      William Heulings
7Josephine, b.              m.      Daniel Walton
7Susan, b.                  m.      William Troth
7Jenette, b.                m.      John Walters



6Israel Stokes, son of 5Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, m. Caroline Green, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Annie, b.                 m.       Tylee B. Engle
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Henry H. Troth
7James, b.                 m.       Catharine Clothier



6Susan W. Stokes, dau. of 5Israel Stokes and Sarah Borton, m. George Williams, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Israel, b.                m.       Anna Shallcross
7Franklin, b.              m.       Laura Roras
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Frank Townsend




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CHARLES WILLIAMS

Hannah Stokes, the second child of Charles and Tacy Jarrett Stokes, married Charles Williams by Friends' ceremony, on the 27th day of the 4 th mo., A. D. 1837, and left New Jersey to reside as a happy bride in one of the first homes of prominence in Montgomery county, in the State of Pennsylvania, beautifully situated among the picturesque hills of White Marsh township, bordering on the Wissahickon creek, and fronting on the turnpike leading from Chestnut Hill to Norristown.

Charles Williams was a man of strong individuality; there was a physical force and magnetism about him in appearance, voice and manner which few men possess. In stature he was erect and of magnificent proportions. In personal bearing he was superb. In character he was sterling. In disposition he had the courage of a lion, and the kindness and amiability of a woman. He love the truth and always sought after it; and when contending for it, there was no arm more strong than his. He was widely known as a man of influence and property. He was a farmer by occcupation, choice and enjoyment. His White Marsh farm of near three hundred highly improved acres was an ideal one, and no home in Montgomery county was more distinguished for hospitality than his. He was a man of great mental and physical energy. He was very positive, without faith in compromises. He took interest in all matters of a public character, and was strong and conscientious in his convictions. In politics he was an anti-slavery man, and a prominent Lincoln Republican. he was a member of the Religious Society of Friends, and was obedient to its precepts and principles. He was kind and good to those who were worthy, and was all the time doing noble deeds which his wealth would admit, known only to himself and the beneficiary. He was very unassuming, and deplored notoriety and self-praise; yet appreciative of merit and noble character, and such always found in him a friend and support.

His relationship with the Stokes family in marrying Hannah brought with it additional honor, social distinction and family pride.




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Hannah, who survives him, was to him all that the wife comprehends; she was attrractive, an ideal mother, a helpmate and great woman.

He loved and adored her; and their characters, their happy union and career together through a long wedlock will always stand out as a beacon-light to guide and instruct their large family of interesting children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren to the remotest generations.

C.S.



7Joseph Gardiner, son of 6Hannah E. Wills and John Gardiner, m. Eliza Haines, dau. of Charles Haines and Mary Troth.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Charles H., b.            m.       Sarah Lippincott
8John, b.                  m.       Gretchen Colby
8James, b.                          went to Arizona
8Mary, b.                  m.       Frank Normart
8Eliza, b.                 m.       James B. Normart
8Edwin, b.                          died in childhood



7Thomas W. Gardiner, son of 6Hannah E. Wills and John Gardiner, m. Caroline Haines, dau. of Charles Haines and Mary Troth.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Marianna, b.                       died in minority
8Henry, b.                 m.       _____ _____
8Clarence, b.              m.       _____ _____
8Samuel E., b.             m.       _____ _____



7Samuel J. Eves, son of 6Hannah E. Wills and Samuel Eves (her second husband), m. Jane E. Haines, dau. of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Joseph, b.                         died in childhood



7Sarah Wills, dau. of 6Elizabeth C. Wills and Benjamin H. Wills, m. John D. Haines, son of Benjamin M. Haines and Keziah Burrough
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Benjamin, b.              m.       Mary G. Haines
8Elizabeth, b.             m.       William Gardiner




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6Henry Stokes, son of 5John L. Stokes and Rachel Burr, m. _____ _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lancaster, b.
7Henry, b.



6Martha Stokes, dau. of 5John L. Stokes and Rachel Burr, m. Gen. George H. Stokes, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents 7Rachel, b. m. Charles Burton 7Annie, b.


6Lydia Stokes, dau. of 5John L. Stokes and Rachel Burr, m. Barzilla Braddock, son of William Braddock and Ann Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Barclay, b.               m.       Mary Farnum
7William Henry, b.         m.       Sarah Justice



6Hannah Stokes, dau. of 5Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, m. Charles Williams, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph S., b. 8-31, 1844  m.       Ann Satterthwaite
7Annie, b. 4-14, 1846      m.       John Lloyd
7Tacy, b. 4-14, 1846       m.       John Mather
7Martha, b. 8-18, 1849     m.       Amos Haines
7Ellen, b. 3-24, 1851      m.       died in infancy
7Alice, b. 1-31, 1854      m.       Isaac Michener
7Morris, b. 8-9, 1856      m.       Charlotte Helmbold
7John J., b. 6-2, 1862     m.       Alice Roberts



6Jarrett Stokes, son of 5Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, m. Martha Hilyard, dau. of William Hilyard and Hannah Rowland.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hilyard, b. 1-22, 1849     m.      Julia L. Perkins
7Mary, b. 5-15, 1850                died in infancy  
7Charles, b. 5-30, 1851     m.      Helena Pelletier
7Rowland, b. 1-14, 1854     m.      Ella Anderson




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JARRETT STOKES

Jarret Stokes, late of Rancocas, in the county of Burlington, and State of New Jersey, the third child of Charles and Tacy (Jarrett) Stokes, was one of the most able and well known men throughout the State. In appearance, the accompanying portrait is an excellent likeness. In disposition, those who can recall him will remember his always pleasant and bright face, his eagle eye, his cordial greeting and charming demeanor. In character, he was born to live in the affections of all his friends, and even those who had only a casual acquaintance with him. He was pleasant, unselfish, generous, helpful, fearless, honest, enterprising and successful.

In attainments, he was pre-eminent in his day and generation, reaching the zenith of his glory in the sixities, and departing this life on the 18th day of the 9th mo., A. D., 1870, in the 48th year of his age, comparatively a young man. He was a scholar with but few superiors. He was regarded by all as a talented man, qualified and ready for most mental work. Mathematics and logic were his fort. He was a surveyor and civil engineer by profession, with an extensive practice in the southern counties of the State. He was active, enterprising and aggressive; always first in all kinds of public improvements in the vicinity of Rancocas, in clearing, draining and converting to farm use the great swamps and rich agricultural lands about him, His advanced and scientific ideas inspired and directed the efforts of others, which enabled him before his death to see Rancocas and vicinity in the advance of most other rural districts in the county, in roads, houses, buildings and general home improvements. His ability was sought along most proactical lines, and his services were always rendered in a masterly manner.

He was among the pioneers in the improvement of the public highways, in grading and construction of them into turnpikes; his theory was, turnpikes were essential at that time for further development, civilization and refinement throughout the arteries of society. He was a supporter of Barclay Haines, of early railroad fame, as a promoter in the building of new railroads, especially the road from Camden to Mount Holly; and in maintaining steamboat facilities on the Rancocas river between Philadelphia and Hainesport. In politics there were but few better known men through the State than he. He servd ihs party in the legislature, and in the State Central




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Committee. He was a fluent and logical speaker, and in argument with him few successfuly coped. He loved argument without indulging in abuse or resentment. He was thorough in the knowledge necessary to be known to be familiar with the Federal Government under the Federal Constitution throughout in different departments. He was neither displeased or disrespectful with his opponents. He recognized the widsom and propriety of more than one political party, and without regard for his personal fortunes. He was honest in his convictions that the Democratic party, faithful to the trust and duty that the name implies, would, as the administering arm in power, more largely promote the general welfare of the whole people, and secure to posterity the greater blessings of liberty than any other party. In religion, he was a member of the Religious Society of Friends. He was a firm believer in the broad and comprehensive testimonies as embraced and expounded by the founders of that religious sect.

He served his local and preparative meeting as clerk and was always willing to contribute the major part of the expense in having and maintaining a meeting house and school house property attractive and complete after the plain ideas of Friends. Druing his active period, the Friends' school at Rancocas was one of the most popular and best partonized in the county of Burlington. Socially, as long as they lived, his position as an ideal host was fixed and acknowledge. No planter's house south of Mason and Dixon's line, before the Civil War, was more distinguished for it unbounded hospitality than his. The gates of his large and well kept grounds, and the doors of his beautiful and spacious mansion, were always ajar for all alike- the white and the black, the rich and the poor; the Democrat or the Republican. They all frequented it to enoy the society of their beloved friend "Jarrett".

As a son, he was dutiful and affectionare. As a husband, he was loving and devoted; and as a father, he was more than indulgent in considering the welfare of his three sons-Hilyard, Charles and Rowland- and in giving them a happy boyhood.

H.S.



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6Alice Stokes, dau. of Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, m. William Parry, son of John R. Parry and Letitia Penn Smith.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles, b. 1-29, 1844    m.       Anna Sill
7Hannah, b. 5-1, 1845               died aged 14 years.
7John R., b. 8-30, 1847    m.       Anna Morrell
7William b., 10-11, 1849   m.       Catharine Haslam
7Oliver, b. 8-5, 1851, m.           Lydia Satterthwaite
7Howard, b. 12-25, 1855    m.       Elizabeth C. Haines
7Tacie, b. 11-16, 1859     m.       William M. Paul



Elizabeth C. Haines, the wife of 7Howard Parry, was the dau. of Charles Haines and Beulah Haines, the dau. of Jacob Haines and Rebecca Warrington, the dau. of John Warrington and Mary Fish, his first wife. John was the son of Thomas Warrington and Mary Roberts. See page 299 for further ancestry. Jacob Haines was the son of Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, the dau. of Samuel Burrough and Ann Gray, the dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott, the progenitors of the Gray family. Samuel Burrough was the son of Samuel Burrough, the progenitor, and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Samuel Burrough was the son of Edward Burrough, of Underbarro, in Westmoreland, England, the distinguished Quaker. Jacob Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family (see page 8). Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Charles Haines was the son of Joshua W. Haines and Elizabeth Crispin, the dau. of Caleb Crispin and Mary Haines, the dau. of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Roberts, his first wife, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Benjamin Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, the dau. of




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John Hollingshead, Jr. and Agnes Hackney, the dau. of Thomas Hackney, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Hackney family. John Jr. was the son of John Hollingshead and Grace, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family. Abram Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile, the Delaware Lenni Lenape Indian maiden. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, before mentioned. Caleb Crispin was the son of Silas Crispin and Patience Haines, the dau. of Caleb Haines and Sarah Burr, the dau. of Henry Burr and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Burr family, who came from England and settled in Northampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Caleb Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, before mentioned, the progenitors of the Haines family. Silas Crispin was the son of Benjamin Crispiin and Margaret Owen, the dau. of Joshua Owen and Martha, the progenitors, of Springfield, New Jersey. Benjamin Crispin was the son of Silas Crispin, the progenitor of the Crispin family in America, and Mary Stockton, his second wife, the widow of Thomas Shinn, and dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family, who settled in Long Island, and removed to Springfield, New Jersey. Silas Crispin was the son of Capt. William Crispin, of the British Navy, and Ann Jasper, the dau. of John Jasper, a merchant of Rotterdam. Anne Jasper was the sister of Margaret Jasper, the wife of Vice-Admiral Sir William Penn, who were the parents of William Penn, the Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania. Joshua W. Haines was the son of Joseph Haines and Mary Wright, the dau. of Joshua Wright, of Springfield, New Jersey. Joseph Haines was the son of Daniel Haines and Elizabeth Bryan, the dau. of Thomas Bryan, of Springfield, New Jersey. Daniel Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, who came with her brother to America. Thomas Haines was the fourth son of Richard Haines and Margaret, above mentioned, the progenitors of the Haines family.



6Anna Stokes, dau. of 5Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, m. Chalkley Albertson, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Tacie, b. 9-2, 1851       m.       William R. Lippincott




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7Emma, b. 3-11, 1854                died in infancy
7Charles S., b. 11-14, 1855 m.      Sarah Von Leer
7John, b. 11-16, 1856               died in infancy
7John 2nd, b. 8-16, 1858    m.      Elizabeth S. Wills
7Anna, b., 3-25, 1860       m.      Walter Corson
7Mary, b. 2-28, 1862                unmarried
7Martha H., b. 12-12, 1866          unmarried



6William Stokes, son of 5Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, m. Anna McIlvaine, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7James M., b. 9-27, 1865   m.       Eva Bartlett
7William b.,               m.       Margaret Perkins



6John Haines, son of 5Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines, m. Mary Ann Woolston, dau. of Elijah Woolston and Lydia Birdsall.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elijah W., b.             m.       Ann Shinn
7Aaron, b.                 m.       _____ Haines
7Cyllania, b.              m.       Isaac Trotter
7Lydia, b.                          unmarried
7Adaline, b.               m.       Hedge Garrison
7Martin L., b.             m.       _____ Joyce
7Woolston, b.              m.       Mary Budd, 1st wife
                           m.       _____ Heuston, 2 wife
7Stokes, b.                m.       Mary S. Sloan



6Jarvis Haines, son of 5Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines, m. Elizabeth Reeve, dau. of Richard Reeve and Elizabeth _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Richard R., b.            m.       _____ _____.
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Benjamin Lamb
7Martha, b.                m.       Thaddeus Woolston
7Aaron, b.                 m.       _____ Kitchener
7Benjamin, b.              m.       _____ _____.
7Louisa, b.                         unmarried
7John, b.                  m.       Mary Reeve
7Joseph, b.                m.       _____ Keeler
7Elizabeth, b.                      unmarried




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6Edith Haines, dau. of 5Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines, m. Isaac Haines, Jr., son of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles A., b.             m.      Mary Kay, 1st wife
                                       m.      Beulah M. Kay, 2d wife
7Elizabeth, b.              m.      Joseph J. Rogers
7Martha, b.                 m.      Elwood Hollingshead



Mary and Beaulah M. Kay, the wife of 7Charles A. Haines, were the daus. of Jacob Kay and Beulah Matlack, the dau. of Timothy Matlack and Ann Doughten, Timothy was the son of Samuel Matlack and Elizabeth Burrough, the dau. of John Burrough and Barbara Tussell. John was the son of John Burrough and Phebe Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. John Burrough was the son of Samuel Burrough, the progenitor, and Hannah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Samuel Burrough was the son of Edward Burrough, the distinguished Quaker of Underbarro, in Westmoreland, England. Samuel Matlack was the son of Isaac Matlack and Rebecca Bates, the dau. of Joseph Bates and Mary. Isaac was the son of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family, who came from England, and were married in New Jersey.



Joseph J. Rogers, who married 7Elizabeth Haines, was the son of Allen Rogers, the son of William Rogers and Mary Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Martha Cole, the dau. of Samuel Cole and Mary Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progneitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor of the Collins family, and Mary (Budd)




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Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. David Davis was the son of David Davis and Dorothy, of Salem County, New Jersey. David was the son of John Davis, the progenitor, who came from Wales, England, and settled in Salem, County, New Jersey. William Rogers was the son of William Rogers and Grace Allen, his third wife, the widow of Ner Eayres. William was the son of William Rogers, the son of John Rogers. John was the son of John Rogers, the progenitor of the family, who came from England.



Elwood Hollingshead, who married 7Martha Haines, was the son of Charles Hollingshead and Esther Haines, the dau. of Job Haines and Martha Ballinger, the dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Susanna Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor. Job Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey. John Sharp was the eldest son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English Sharps, who came from Northamptonshire, England., with his father and bros.- William and Hugh Sharp, in 1682. Jonathan Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack famiy, who came from England. Jonathan Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, above, the progenitors. John Haines as the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the family.
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6Rebeca Stokes dau. of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Brazilla Irvins, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William Stokes, b.                 died in minority
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Timothy Whorton; they had a dau.
                 8Lucetta (only child),     m.       Henry Sides, d. S. P.



6Jarvis Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Mary Belsford, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Esther Ann, b. 11-10, 1828         died 8-27, 1849
7William, b. 6-4, 1829              died 3-29, 1862
7Martha Jane, b. 3-7, 1831 m.       Ezra Hays they had five children-
                 8William, deceased
                 8Frank, deceased
                 8Joseph deceased
                 8Hallock and 
                 8Mary, both married
7Unity, b. 12-6, 1833      m.       James Kelsey; 
         they had a son (only child), 8 Jesse S. Kelsey
7James, b. 1-16, 1835               died 3-17, 1859
7Horace T., b. 1-16, 1837           died 10-17, 1860
7Mary S., b. 9-6, 1840              died 9-14, 1861
7Jarvis M., b. 4-4, 1842            died 1868
7John, b. 3-19, 1846                died 7, 1846
7Frank, b. 9-22, 1848      m.       Mattie Earnhart.
Mary died and 6Jarvis Married Abigail Hawley (a widow).
Children were- 7Ella, b. m. Frank Gould



6Joel A. Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Mary Hathaway, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7W. De Witt, b. 12-5, 1844 m. Nancy M. Earnhart; they had four children- 
                 8Harry, b. 3-9,1865;
                 8Joel E., b. 9-23, 1870; 
                 8Mary E., b. 2-9, 1872; 
                 8Lola, b. 9-10, 1888; 
                 8Harry, m. Mary Legg, and have four children-
                              9Ethel, b. 5-30, 1888; 
                              9Irma, b. 12-12, 1890; 
                              9Louisa, b. 5-30, 1892;
                              9Clara Bell, b. 4-23, 1894
7Benjamin F., b. 4-11, 1846, m. Lydia A. Frazier; they had three children- 
                 8Carrie L., b. 6-25,1872; 
                 8Charles C., b. 9-28, 1886, died in infancy; 
                 8Horace P., b. 6-16, 1875. 




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                 8Carrie L., m.  A. J. Trimble 11-6, 1892, and have three children-
                              9Harley E., b. 4-14, 1893;
                              9Charles, E., b. 6-26, 1895, died in infancy; 
                              9Clara A., b. 12-31, 1896.
7Joel A., b. 2-19, 1849
7Jarvis b. 8-19, 1851;              died in infancy.



6Unity Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. David Wills, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William S., b. 11-15, 1829 m. 1854 Hannah Venable; they had six children 
                 8Hannah, b. 1-24, 1856 m.  William D. Parlett, and they had four children-
                              9Walter, b. 4-7, 1883; 
                              9Emerson, b. 2-27, 1886; 
                              9Forrest, b. 9-17, 1889;
                              9Nellie, b. 4-24, 1895



6Caroline Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. James Graham, son of _____ _____..
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Granville S., b. 10-9, 1835; died 5-3, 1839
7Euphrasia, b. 3-10, 1838; m. Alfred B. Ivins; children are- 
                 8Hannah J., b. 1-7, 1860, m. Charles Rogers; they had two children 
                              9Elsie E., b. 11-22, 1881, m. S. L. Cartwright, 1902;
                              9Rhea, b. 9-25, 1887.  
                 8Horace D., b. 1862, died 8-12, 1872; 
                 8Caroline, b. 4-12, 1864;  
                 8Adella, b. 9-2, 1866,  m. H. S. Lackey, and have five children- 
                            9Eza Maria, b. 4-10, 1886
                            9Lucy L., b. 2-22, 1889; 
                            9Jessie C., b. 11-27, 1890; 
                            9Edward E., b. 9-4, 1893; 
                            9 Alfred I., b. 10-14, 1895.     
                 8La Fayette, b. 12-13, 1868;  
                 8Louella, b. 7-19, 1871, m. William Smith;
                 8Ellis, b. 1-25, 1874; 
                 8Etta L., b. 4-15, 1876, died 6-24, 1884.  
                 8Sylvan Lester, b. 12-8, 1878
7Hannah J., b. 7-1, 1842, m, 1863, William Lewis, their children are 
                 8Elva, b. 1-31, 1864, m. John Cole: they have four children, 
                              9Estella, b. 4-9, 1886;
                              9Carrie M., b. 9-13, 1889;  
                              9Dorothea, b. 7-3, 1894; 
                              9Samuel O, b. 7-9, 1897.
                 8Caroline M. b. 11-26, 1865; m. Corwin Drake, and have three children- 
                              9Hazel G., b. 4-4, 1889; 
                              9Elva M., b. 7-8, 1891 and 
                              9Katharine, b. 6-23, 1895.
                 8Anna, b. 2-16, 1868, m. Edward Fry, and have three children- 
                               9Charles b. 8-10, 1888; 
                               9Sallie I., b. 3-24, 1891; 
                               9Ralph M., b. 10-10, 1896.  
                  8D. Thatcher, b. 10-17, 1869, m. Bertie Sweeney, and have three children 
                               9Harley, b.2-6, 1893; 
                               9Anne E.,b. 8-26, 1896, died 8-18, 1897,




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                               9Anna Jane, b. 11-23, 1897.
                  8James G., b. 3-24, 1871, m. Alma Dunn.  
                  8John W., b. 3-28, 1873;  
                  8Mary E., b. 12-16,1875, m. Frank Pence, and have one child 
                               9Lewis L., b. 3-2, 1898
7William Dallas, b. 1-23, 1845, m. 1880, Jennie Ludy.  They had five children- 
                  8Elizabeth F., b 1881; 
                  8Ethel, b. 1883, died 1890; 
                  8Susan Caroline, b. 1890; 
                  8Jessie, b. 1894, and 
                  8Stanley Bryan b. 1895
7Lafayette, b. 10-19, 1847; m. Clara Decker, and have three children- 
                  8Addie F., b. 8-18, 1881;
                  8Carl D., b. 12-16, 1889; died 6-30, 1890; 
                  8Mattie E., b. 3-26, 1895
7Elizabeth F., b. 10-18, 1850; m. J. M. Earnhart.  Children are
                  8Viola, b. 6-19, 1870; m. Frank Duke, and have four children
                               9William b. 4-13, 1891;
                               9Stanley, b. 1-26, 1893;
                               9Elizabeth F., b. 3-12, 1895; and 
                               9Anna, b. 4-25, 1897; 
                  8Stella F., b. 4-2, 1873; 
                  8Florence I., b. 112-28, 1875; m. Roy Hathaway, and have one child-
                               9Melbourne, b. 3-28, 1892.   
                  8Stanley b. 12-22, 1884; 
                  8Clara B. b. 2-26, 1889.
7Caroline M. b. 3-19, 1856; m. 1877, William Devor.  They have five children- 
                   8James W., b. 8-5, 1878; 
                   8Elsie F.,b. 1-2, 1882; 
                   8Charles, b. 7-21, 1884; 
                   8John R., b. 9-21, 1887; and
                   8Viola, b. 10-18, 1889
7Twins, b.           died in infancy.



6Elizabeth Ann Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. John McCowen, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
   7Elizabeth,                      Died 8-2, 1897 S. P.



6Hannah Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. John Simonton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hiram, b. 1-29, 1843;              died 4-17, 1903
7Leonidas, b. 10-1, 1846; m. Alice Sidney Drake, and have two children 
                 8Lucy, b. 11-25, 1879;
                 8Robert John, b. 10-7, 1885; died 10-2, 1895
7Lucy, b. 9-7, 1860; died 12-21, 1873
7Mary, b. 9-7, 1860; died 8-25, 1861
7William, S., b. 10-30, 1864; m. Sarah Elizabeth Enfield




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JARVIS STOKES

Jarvis Stokes, first son and second child of William Stokes, was born 1-6, 1801, in New Jersey, and became a resident of Ohio, with his father's family, in 1817, with whom he lived until his marriage, when he moved and settled on the farm now occupied by Frank Stokes near Lytle.

Soon after he purchased the farm known as the Dr. Stokes farm, to which he moved and continued to occupy until his death. Jarvis Stokes was a large man, probably weighing two hundred and twenty five pounds, and of rugged constitution. He was full of life and energy, free, open and generous hearted.

Commencing life with empty but willing hands, he was soon engaged in business for himself, and turned the nimble sixpence into action, accumulating sufficient in a short time to pay for the farm.

In the prime of manhood, his energy and determination to succeed in life were now put to the test, and by indomitable will and the application off thorough business principles, he accumulated a fortune, estimated at a sixth of a million of dollars, and while in this day of multi-millionaires this sum does not seem large, yet in that day it was a vast sum.

Jarvis Stokes loved action and energy. He loved noise, and in noise there was music to him. Not a sound could be made producing something of value that was not harmonious to his ear. With him results were everything, and the performing of the gretest amount in the easiest way, in the shortest time, ever met with his enthusiastic approval.

In connection with his other affairs, he was engaged in the banking business in Waynesville, being associated with the later Israel Harris. He was kind-hearted, and did much for the poor of his neighborhood. It was said of him, that his table was always spread, and no one ever left his residence without being served or having the opportunity of declining his hospitality. He was just and generous, and gave with a free hand; his liberality was as extenisve as his acquintance. He continued to reside where he had spent so many happy days, and died 5-3, 1868, in the full esteem of all who knew him, upon whose lips were spoken, "a good man is gone."

W. J. W. S.



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JOEL A. STOKES

Joel A. Stokes was born in Burlington county, New Jersey, 12-16, 1802, and came to Ohio with his father when fifteen years old. He received such an education as was afforded by the country district school at the time, and he grew to manhood while the country was yet new and in process of settlement.

He endured the hardships of an early settler, and in endeavoring to do his part in preparing the country for habitation, he seared his face and blackened his clothing at many a log-rolling. In his day he was recognized as a man of much worth and sterling character. He was robust in health, and trasmitted to his children vigorous constitutions, and had it not been for an unfortunate accident that caused his death at the early age of fifty, in all probability he would have lived and rounded out a ripe old age. He married Mary Hathaway, and they had four children three of whom are still living.

He was active and vigorous, cool and not easily excited, and was possessed of a calm and deliberate judgment.


For nine years he was a Justice of the Peace of Clear Creek township, filing the office to the satisfaction of all, and was in office at the time of his death. He possessed the condifence of his neighbors in a marked degree, and was freely consulted in matters affecting their interests. He settled at the old homestead after his marriage, and continued to reside there until his death, in 1852.

W. J. W. S



FRANKLIN STOKES

Franklin Stokes was born in New Jersey 3-10, 1806. He received a common district school education, such as was afforded at the old log school house east of Utica. Not content with this, he employed his time well in gaining additional knowledge, and in his early life showed an inclination to become a practical printer and editor of a political newspaper. Accordingly, while a young man, he obtained employment in the composing room and mechanical department of the Cincinnati Gazette, and continued there until he had thoroughly mastered that part of producing a newspaper. At the same time his mind was active




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in the pursuit of knowldege. He, in connection with Thomas Ross, started and published at Lebanon a weekly publication called the Ohio Argus, it being the first paper published in Warren county that gave support to Democratic principles and Democratic candidates.

The paper was ably edited and very successful and influential, and moulded public sentiment by its fair presentations of public questions, and during this time the county uniformly gave a Democratic majority.

This field of labor, however, was not large enough for the active brain of Franklin Stokes, and seeking a larger place, possessing greater opportunities for advancement, he parted with his interest in the Argus, and removed to Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, and began the publication of the Hamilton Telegraph, he being its editor and active manager. The paper became a power for good, obtained a large circulation and to the Telegraph and the pen of Franklin Stokes is attributed the Democratic majority that Butler county produces, for in the minds of the voters he planted the fundamental principles of Democracy. He continued the publication for a number of years, but health failing, he disposed of it.

He was elected Treasurer of Butler county, and was elected Auditor of the county., He took an active part in politics and enjoyed the excitement. He attended and participated in the conventions of his party, was an able writer, modest in his bearing, and in his later years occupied a prominent position before the public as a man of rare judgment and learning.

During his life he made many warm friends, many of whom live to-day and speak in flattering terms of him. He was associated with the leading men of his day, and possessed their respect in an eminent degree.
Franklin Stokes remained single, and died 4-2, 1857, in his fifty -second year; and while he left no descendants to be with us to-day, we, his relatives, honor and respect his life and character and the results of his labors.

W. J. W. S.



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6Samuel Haines, son of 5 Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines, m. Ann Woolman, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ruce, b.                  m.       _____ _____
7William, b.               m.       _____ Rodnosky
7Alcenia, b.



6John W. Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Eliza S. Lippincott, dau. of Benjamin Lippincott and Eliza Stow.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Josephine L., b. 7-9, 1839 m. 11-27, 1860 Green Adams



7Josephine L. Stokes, dau. of 6John W. Stokes and Eliza S. Lippincott, m. Green Adams, son of _____ Adams and _____ _____.
Children were-      See Parents, above.
                  8Eliza S., b. 2-14, 1862
                  8John S., b. 3-22, 1864
                  8Richardson, b.
                  8Henry C., b. 9-27, 1867
                  8Woolman S., b. 10, 1869



6Granville W. Stokes, son of 5yWilliam Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Jane Robinson, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ada A., b. 8-18, 1841              died 9-19, 1841
7Adoline, b. 5-7, 1843       m. 1, 1866 William Windle
7Virginia P., b. 10-13, 1846 m. 1-9, 1865 James K. Lucas
7Frances J., b. 7-28, 1849   m. 12-29, 1870 Hiram Tresslar
7Jefferson F., b. 9-16, 1855 m. 2-7, 1876 Eva Wolcott
7Lucy Ann, b. 3, 1857;               died in minority
7Alice, b. 11-2, 1860.
7W. E. Stokes, b. 1-22, 1861 m. Emma Wood, 10-17, 1898, dau. of David and Jane Wood.



7Virginia P. Stokes, dau. of 6Granville W. Stokes and Jane Robinson, m. James K. Lucas, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      See Parents, above.
                  8James Brent, b. 9-24, 1868 m.      Maude M. Wharff
                  8Lucy Jane, b. 10-19, 1870  m.      T. A. Goodman




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GRANVILLE W. STOKES

Granville W. Stokes was born in Burlington county, New Jersey, 9-26, 1810, and came by wagon to Ohio at the age of seven, with the family of his father. He attended the district school during the winter months, working on the farm at other times for his father until he was twenty-one years old, when he entered college at South Hanover, Indiana. A manual training department was connnected with the school, and while in attendance he learned the carpenter and cooper trades. He then read law under Thomas Corwin at Lebanon. He was engaged at his trade a few years in the South, also as a railroad employee, and taught school in Jefferson County, Mississippi. He afterwards attended the Cincinnati Law School, from which he graduated and was admitted to the bar in the 4th mo., 1839, and practiced his profession successfully for a number of years at Lebanon, and for a time was associated with Governor Waller, practicing at Hamilton, Ohio. For five years he was Clerk of Common Pleas Court in Warren county, Ohio. At the expiration of his term as clerk, he removed to the country and engaged in general agriculture, which he continued until a few years before his death, he having purchased the old homestead where his father settled on coming from New Jersey, which he improved and beautified, and on which he lived to enjoy for a number of years the fruits of his labors and beauty of the scenery and surroundings that were mainly the work of his own hands.

At the age of twenty-nine he married Jane Robinson, and to them eight children were born.

At the presidential election in 1852, he was a member of the electoral college, when Franklin Pierce was the candidate of his party for the Presidency. He represented the Butler-Warren Senatorial District for the term beginning in 1853, in the Senate of Ohio. He was made a Brigadier General in the Ohio militia previous to the Rebellion, but was prevented from active field service in that war by an accident that nearly cost him his life, by having a limb almost severed by a reaping machine.

During his eventful life he had collected many specimens of different kinds, which he highly prized, and took great pleasure in reciting their history and exhibiting them- among which was a musket that Mrs. Stokes' grandfather had carried through the Revolutionary War; also a brick that was taken from the




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first house built by William Penn in Philadelphia, being made in London; and a six-pound cannon ball, presented to him by General De La Mar, aide-de-camp to General Jackson at the battle of New Orleans.

Granville W. Stokes was a man of broad mind and superor ability, a man of general information upon all questions; he could quote the bible at will, repeat his party's platforms from the time the first one was made the fundamental principle of his party by Thomas Jefferson, to the day of his death. He was possessed of a very retentive memory, recalling incidents and language with the utmost ease. He was a thorough student, deep thinker, and absolutely original in this expressions, and gave them such force that they carried with them admiration and conviction. He was a master of his pen and the English language, a fluent speaker, and as an orator had few equals. He was frequently on the stump for his party during the campaigns, and delivered many stirring addresses. He was attractive in form, feature and address, and drew the attention of those he mingled with. He was magnetic, broad, liberal, tender-hearted. He was the pride of his parents, his brothers and sisters, his family and acquaintances, universally admired and loved. Between him and his family there was a chord that could not be broken. He loved his children, and this in return was reciprocated by them. He lived a great man, and as such he died 5 mo., 19th, 1882, in his seventy-second year.

W. J. W. S.



Benjamin A. Stokes

Benjamin A. Stokes was a native of Burlington county, New Jersey, born 9th mo., 3, 1812, and was the last of the seven son of William Stokes to depart this life. He became an inhabitant of Ohio when four years old, in 1817, by the removal of his father to this State at that time. Until his majority he gave his services to his parents upon the farm, and during the winter months he attended the district pioneer school. For a number of years he taught school in different States of the Union, mostly in Mississippi. At the age of twenty-six he became a trader on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, buying wheat, corn, flour and pork in Cincinati and vicinity and shipping them by flat boat,




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and selling and trading them as the boat moved with the current on its way to New Orleans, at the towns where the stops were made, finally selling and exchanging the residue of his cargo for cotton, sugar and molasses in New Orleans, which he brought North and sold and traded at towns on the return trip, usually disposing of the remainder of his stock in Cincinnati. In 1839 he began a mercantile life, purchased a stock of general merchandise of William D. Mulford, located in Utica, and continued in the mercantile business until 1853. During this time, however, he packed pork and shipped it to Cincinnati and was engaged in trade in general in whatever, in his judgment, formed a legitimate business and out of which a legitimate profit could be reasonably expected.

His business was successful from the start and up to the time that he disposed of his stock he had accumulated sufficient means to purchase from Nathan Graham the farm to which he moved in 1853, building a house and making improvements and where he continued to reside for forty-six years until his death.

He was one of the organizers of the National Bank at Waynesville, and at first meeting of the stockholders for organization he was elected a director and was chosen vice president, which position he held until his death. He conducted a bank for a time in Lebanon, under the name of B. A. Stokes & Co., finally selling the same to the Lebanon National Bank, and at the time of the organization of the later, in which he became a large stockholder, he was elected a director and chosen vice president, which position he held to his demise. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Orphans' Home for a number of years, until he voluntarily resigned. He was a Justice of the Peace in his township for eleven years, refusing a further re-election. Although he had never sought office, he had frequently been the candidate of his party, against his wish, for various positions, and came near being elected Treasurer of Warren county on the Democratic ticket in the early sixties, although the county was strongly Republican. He was recognized as a man of rare business attainments, and possessed the confidence of his acquaintances, and was frequently consulted in important business matters. He was



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conservative, yet aggressive, a man of rare judgment in business matters, and at one time was one of the largest landholders in the county. He was keen and shrewd, and was always able to take care of himself and guide his financial ship safely through threatened disaster. He was broad in his views, a man of much general information, and a great reader. He was thoroughly posted on the events of the day, and investigated all subjects that interested him. He was an independent thinker, and adopted no one's ideas that did not conform to his judgment. He was original in expression, and ready to defend in argument what he believed. He was free from deception, open hearted and as true as steel. He was honest, economical, industrious, thrifty and full of energy, and he liked these qualities in others. He was the formost citizen of his neighborhood, possessing the confidence and admiration of all. He admired nature in all its manifold and multiplying forms. To him it was always beautiful. The bird that chirped upon his door-step and the fowl that ate from his own hand were dear to him, and he loved them. He clung tenaciously to life and beat back the wave of disease and the infirmities of old age with a wonderful vitality, his vigorous constitution finally yielding to the inevitable, and even in his last sickness, and but a few short hours before his death, he said: "I won't give up; I won't surrender the fort yet." He loved his home and surroundings, and the door was always open to all comers of whatever station in life, humble or otherwise; his hospitality was a part of his nature, and no one ever left his hearth feeling that they had not been welcomed.

He married Maria L. Mulford, 3-31, 1841, and was the father of ten children, all of whom reached their majority and eight of them survive him. He gave them all a good common school education, inspired them with ambition, and retained their confidence and fatherly love until the last. He loved his family and was always happiest when surrounded by them in an unbroken circle of the living. Having lived a just and generous life, he passed away, retaining the esteem of every one, dying on the 14th day of the 8th mo., 1899, nearly eighty-seven years old.

W. J. W. S.



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William H. Stokes M. D.

William H. Stokes was born in Warren county, Ohio. His father died when he was eighteen years old, and he was thrown early in life upon his own resources. The small patrimony that was left to him by his father was largely used in his education. He attended Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, and applied himself industriously to his books at all times, and at the age of twenty-one was recommended by Governors Corwin and Morrow, receiving an appointment to West Point as a cadet, and entered that military school soon after, and remained a student there until 4-18, 1844, leaving the school, however, before graduating. Soon after his return from West Point he began the study of medicine, and graduated at the Ohio Medical College, in Cincinnati, in 1848, and immediately began the practice of medicine in partnership with Dr. M. H. Keever, residing and having his office in Ridgeville, and continued the practice of his chosen profession until 1861, when he settled on a farm northwest of Utica, where he resided until the spring of 1869, at which time he removed to the Jarvis Stokes farm, near Lytle, which he had in the meantinme purchased, and where he continued to reside until his death. Dr. Stokes was a man of energy, refinement and good taste, and at once began extensive improvements upon his farm until it looked up on and recognized from all points of view as model farm of the county. Dr. Stokes was elected from the Butler-Warren District, and served his constituents well and favorable two terms in the Ohio Senate, voluntarily retiring at the end of his second term. He took much interest in politics and was thoroughly posted upon public questions. he was an industrious student and burned much midnight oil reading standard works. He was an admirer of good, substantial stock and fowls, and had the choicest of these upon his farm. He loved the animal creation and made great pets of them, and in their use they were his companions rather than his beasts. He loved nature in all its beauty, from the sturdy oak to the daisy that grew beneath its protecting limbs. He loved the birds and their music, and gave them a welcome habitation as near his own as their nature




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allowed them to venture; he loved flowers in all their radiant beauty and fragrance, and the bees that sipped the nectar from thier folds. Nature was full of perfume to him, and his every sense reached out to embrace it. He loved music, and its melody soothed and gave him rest, and under its strains he could find repose in sleep. He married Susanna Throckmorton, 1-31, 1849, that union being blessed with twelve children, seven of whom, with his aged consort, are still living. Dr. Stokes was a man of character and his word was the height of honor. His friends were as numberious as his acquaintances. He lived quietly and in peach with his neighbors. He was active, full of energy, and loved his family and did much for his children, dying in his seventy-sixth year, universally honored and respected.

W. J. W. S.



William J. Worth Stokes

William J. Worth Stokes, the fifth child of Benjamin A. Stokes and Maria L. Mulford Stokes, of Utica, Ohio, was born 12-8, 1849. He removed with his parents to what is now known as the Stokes Homestead, near Ridgeville, in 1853. He attended the district school and the National Normal School at Lebanon, Ohio. After concluding his studies in 12 mo., 1871, he located at Lincoln, Illinois, and engaged in mercantile business. He being of a studious and professional disposition, while attending to his business at the same time read law with Hoblit & Foley, active practitioners, and was admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court in Illinois in 1st mo., 1876. He at once began the practice of law, won prominence and distinction, and was elected corporation counsel of the city, which position he filled with credit to himself and to the true interest of the commonwealth. Ability and good fortune attending him from his first efforts in the law, his ambition caused him to seek wider fields for his practice. He removed to Chicago in the 10th mo., 1888, and there was additional laurels for his reputation until 10th mo., 1893, when his health succumbed to overstudy and overwork, from which indisposed physical state he did not recover for a number of years.
He removed from Chicago, Ill., to Dayton, Ohio, in 1893, where he continues to live, has regained his health, is well




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known, honored and respected as a superior business man, a capable public man and valued citizen. His services have been invited by all classes. Positions of trust and responsibility seeking the proper incumbent have and continue to seek him. In character he much resembles his Jersey cousins. He is honest, generous, genial and hospitable. As a student along practical, political and religiuos lines, he is superior always, going deep to the underlying basic principles, which enables him to be both intelligent and charitable.

In religious sentiment, he is a Quaker; in politics, he is a conscientious Democrat, and has been solicited by his party to represent it in the Senate of Ohio, and as city counsel of Dayton.

On 5-1879, he married A. Alice White, of Columbus, Ohio. This union has been congenial and happy, but has not been blessed with offspring.

They enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, and are prominent and popular in social affairs.

C. S.



6Daniel E. Hillman, son of 5Esther Stokes and Daniel E. Hillman, m. Eliza A. Kay, dau. of Joseph Kay and Cynthia Ashard.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Esther, b.                m.       Charles Matlack
7Mary Ann, b.              m.       Franklin Garrigues
7Emeline, b.               m.       Charles Moss
7Martha, b.                m.       Charles Stafford
7Benjamin, b.              m.       Sarah H. Darnell
7Joseph, b.                m.       Emily Mason
7Albert, b.                m.       Ella Hurff
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Harry Hurff



6William Hillman, son of 5Esther Stokes and Daniel E. Hillman, m. Margaret Weir, dau. of Judah Weir and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Irene, b.
7Mary, b.




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6Frances Jane, dau. of 5Granville W. Stokes and Jane Robinson, m. Hiram Tressler, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Addie Myrtle, b. 12-27, 1871 m.    G. W. Glendening
7Algernon Sideny, b. 10-27, 1873 m. Florence Thomas
7Pearl Lavinia, b. 4-22, 1877
7Jessie Jane, b. 8-18, 1881
7Mable, b. 12-9, 1883;               died 3-14, 1903



7Jefferson F., son of 6Granville W. Stokes and Jane Robinson, m. Eva Wolcott, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Adie E., b. 11-25, 1876 
                 8Edward E., b. 2-13, 1879
Eva died 10-19, 1879 and 7 Jefferson m. 9-20, 1882, Elizabeth Cooper
Children were-
                 8James G., b. 5-25, 1883            died 7-15, 1883; 
                 8Virginia, b. 11-16, 1884 
                 8Harry, J., b. 8-3,1886             died 8-14, 1887; 
                 8Albert F., b. 10-15, 1888 
                 8Ralph W., b. 2-21, 1891 
                 8Isabelle, b. 3-24, 1893 
                 8Lucy Jane, b. 4-19, 1896 
                 8Lelie M., b. 9-1, 1899



6Benjamin A. Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Maria L. Mulford, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna Eliza, b. 1-30, 1842; m. 10-5, 1864, Charles H. Eulass.
They had six children- 8Alfred S., b. 9-5,1865; m. Josephine Barrere, 9-11, 1894 8Mary Estella, b. 4-5, 1867, died 8-29,1868; 8Charles Carroll, b. 2-24, 1869, m. Florella B. Craver, 6-25, 1895. They had one child- 9Charles Craver, b. 5-11, 1896; 8Mable Maria, b. 3-12, 1871; 8William B., b.12-28, 1873; 8Ralph C., b. 4-20, 1876. 7Rhoda Adella, b. 11-21, 1843, m. 1-1, 1867, Wallace Tibbals. Their children were- 8Maude Addella, b. 10-27, 1867, died 3-17, 1890; 8George, b. 3-4, 1869, died 3-5, 1869; 8Flora Maria, b. 2-13, 1870; 8Charles Ernest, b. 5-9, 1872




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                  8Horace Maynard, b. 5-6, 1874; m. Rose Wilkins, 5-8, 1895; 
                  8William W., and 8 Mary S., b. 11-5, 1876;
                  8Thomas B., b. 11-23, 1881; 
                  8Catharines Alice, b. 5-14, 1885; died 3-29,1890.
7Ada Augusta, b. 10-23, 1845; m. 9-15, 1869, George E. Riley.
Children were- 8Blanch Ann, b. 10-15, 1875; 8Perle Maria, b. 9-6, 1877 7Thomas L. Hamer, b. 3-28, 1848; m. Mary M. Larison.
Children were- 8Mable; 8Walter Riley; 8Carroll Diton; the latter died 8-18, 1888. 7William J. Worth, b. 12-8, 1849; m. 5-1, 1879, A. Alice White. 7Joanna, b. 8-26, 1851; died 8-13, 1877 7Mary S., b. 7-29, 1853; m. 10-3, 1883, Morrici W. Silver,.
Children were- 8Benjamin Stokes, b. 7-12, 1886; 8Frank Riley, b. 9-16, 1888; 8Lyman Mulford, b. 5-9, 1891 7John Jay, b. 2-23, 1856; died 7-30, 1879 7Lelie Maria, b. 11-8, 1858; m. 3-12, 1901, Newton L. Burnett. 7Horace Benjamin, b. b. 10-24, 1860; m. 1-28, 1885, Mary E. Hutchinson.
Children were- 8Thomas Carroll, b. 4-17, 1888; 8Mary Elizabeth, b. 5-8, 1891;
Mary died and 7Horace m. Florence Miller and they had one child 8Horace Miller Stokes, b. 11-18, 1900; died 7-23, 1902.
Benjamin Stokes deceased 8-14, 1897



6William H. Stokes, M. D., son of 5William Stokes and Hannah Hatcher, m. Susanna Throckmorton, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Juliet, b. 12-15, 1849; died 10-14, 1851
7Rush, b. 7-9, 1851; m. Alice Tibbals.  
Children were- 8Florence, 8Lester, 8Stanley and 8Bertha. 7Fredonia, b. 9-5, 1852; died 7-12, 1853 7Mott, b. 5-6, 1854; m. Dora Crane; have one child 8 William Walter. 7Meigs, b. 3-3, 1856; m. Abbie Lewis; they have two children- 8Edna, deceased, and 8Earnest. 7Flora, b. 10-18, 1858; died 9-22, 1860 7Stella, b. 3-1, 1861; m. Frank H. Frost; they have one child- 8Elizabeth. 7Eva, b. 9-1, 1862 7Locke, b. 8-11, 1866; m. Sarah Ritalic; they had one child- 8Helen.
Sarah died and Locke m. Cora Hosier. They have two children 8Kenneth and 8Lorin.




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7Lee, b. 7-31, 1867; m. Ella Sears, 1st; Floy Earnhart.
7Marietta, b. 2-25, 1870; m. Charles Coon.  
Children were- 8Mary, 8William and 8Oakley.
7 Ada, b. 9-1, 1871; died 9-13, 1873



6Mary Butterworth, dau. of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. John E. Deacon, son of Benjamin E. Deacon and Hannah Hewlings.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel B., b.                      died unmarried
7Hannah, b.                         died unmarried
7Esther, b.                         died unmarried
7Jarvis, b.               
7Lizzie, b.



6Elizabeth Stokes, dau. of 5Jarvis Stokes and Abigail Woolman, m. Cyrus Moore, son of Cyrus Moore and Mary Austin.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Cyrus, b.
7Jarvis, b.                         died in minority, 10 years.
7Abigail, b.               m.       Amos Harvey
7Mary, b.



6Abigail Ann Haines, dau. of 5Elizabeth Stokes and Abel Haines, m, Tylee W. Burr, son of Henry Burr and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth H., b.          m.       Caleb F. Hendrickson
7Abel H., b.               m.       Louisa Woodward
7Tylee W. Jr., b.                   died in minority, 7 years.
7Henry B., b.              m.       Margaret Irick



7Elizabeth H. Burr, dau. of 6Abigail Ann Haines and Tylee W. Burr, m. Caleb F. Hendrickson, son of Amos Hendrickson.
Children were-      For Parents see above.
                 8Tylee, b.
                 8Harry B., b.
                 8Emma T., b.




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6Granville W. Stokes, son of 6Jarvis Stokes and Abigail Woolman, m. Cornelia Taylor, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Florence Adele, b.                 died in infancy
7Cecelia Augustine, b.              died, aged 14 years
7Rosalie Helen, b.         m.       Howard H. Wills
7Ella Amanda, b.                    unmarried
7Josephine Linda, b.                died, aged 38 years
7Ida Virginia, b.                   died aged 26 years
7Lielia Belle, b.          m.       Walter Deacon
7George Granville, b.      m.       Mary Reed
7Henrietta Augusta, b.     m.       Alfred W. Gilliss
7Hiram Murray, b.          m.       Lillian Hughes



6Charles Stokes, son of 5Jarvis Stokes and Abigail Woolman, m. Josephine Yates, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7 William b.,                       died unmarried
7Eugene, b.                m.       Carrie Moode
7Lambertine, b.            m.       Amelia Taylor
7Granville, b.             m.       _____ Green
7Sydney, M. D., b.         m.       a southern lady
7Ethel., b.                                                    unmarried



6Charles Hillman, son of 5Esther Stokes and Daniel E. Hillman, m. Hannah Ellis, dau. of Joseph Ellis.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna May, b.              m.       _____ Andress
7Blanche, b.               m.       Levi T. Stratton



6Mary Ann Hillman, dau. of 5Esther Stokes and Daniel E. Hillman, m. Jehu Shivers, son of Isaac Shivers and Mary Eastlack.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Franklin, b.              m.       Gertrude Starn
7Alfred, b.                m.       Wilhelmina Field
7Jehu, b.                  m.       _____ _____.
7Edward, b.                m.       _____ _____.




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7Abel H. Burr, son of 6Abigail Ann Haines and Tyler W. Burr, m. Louisa Woodward, dau. of Caleb Woodward and _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Ida, b.
                 8Frederick, b.
                 8Tyler W., b.
                 8Maud, b.
                 8Agnes, b.
                 8Lulu, b.



7Henry H. Burr, son of 6Abigail Ann Hanies and Tyler W. Burr, m. Margaret Irick, dau. of Gen. John S. Irick and Emeline Bishop.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Madaline, b.
                 8Clara A.,, b.



Margaret Irick, the wife of 7Henry B. Burr, was the dau. of Gen. John S. Irick and Emeline Bishop, the dau. of John Bishop and Rachel Haines, the dau. of Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicomb and Rachel Lippincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Haines was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burligton, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



7Elizabeth R. Haines, dau. of 6Elizabeth Stokes and Abel Haines, m. Arthur Matlack, son of Joseph Matlack and _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna S., b.                        deceased
7Lizzie H., b.                      deceased
7Susan H., b.                       deceased
7Franklin, b.                       deceased
7Samuel b.,                         deceased
7Joseph, b.                         deceased




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7Albina H., b.             m.       James McIlvaine
7Mary, b.                           deceased



7Albina H. Matlack, dau. of 6 Elizabeth R. Haines and Arthur Matlack, m. James McIlvaine, son of _____ ____.
They had no children      See Previous Page For Parents



6Albina Haines, dau. of 5Elizabeth Stokes and Abel Haines, m. Aaron Engle, son of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles H., b. 11-11, 1840 m. 3-6, 1873,   Rebecca W. Wills
7Aaron W., b. 5-31, 1844    m. 11-20, 1867, Sarah B. Lippincott



Rebecca W. Wills, the wife of 7Charles H. Engle, was the dau. of William S. Wills and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Isaac Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the dau. of Jonathan Austin and Rebecca Mason. Jonathan was the son of Francis Austin, the son of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Isaac Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, whose ancestry see, page 218, in Elwood Hollingshead's ancestry. William S. Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Margaret Stockton, whose ancestry see, page 165, in Jacob Wills' ancestry, (a brother).



Sarah B. Lippincott, the wife of 7Aaron W. Engle, was the dau. of Levi Lippincott and Mary Ann Buzby. Levi was the son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts. Levi was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Priscilla Briant. Samuel was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, the dau. of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the prognitors of the Ogborn family. Isaac was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Mary Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors.




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7Susan W. Stokes, dau. of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Benjamin Gauntt, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Franklin, b.              m.       Jane Moffett
7Charles, b.               m.       Susan Stryker
7Louisa, b.                m.       Charles Reeves
7Benjamin, b.              m.       Josephine Coates
7Nathan, b.                         unmarried



6Herbert N. Stokes, son of 6John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Sarah Adelia Simmons, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lisle, b.                 m.       Mary E. Burnham, dau. of Charles Burnham, of Philadelphia.  
They have 3 children- 8Clifford B., 8Helen and 8Edith L, m. James E. Davidson, of Mich. 7Elizabeth L,, b. unmarried 7Ellen J., b. unmarried 7Edward D., b. m. Lillian R. Applegarte, dau. of E. T. R. Applegate of Hightstown, N. J. 7Herbert N., b. died unmarried



6Maria Stokes, dau. of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. John S. Woolman, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edwin, b.
7Mary, b.
7Eliza., b.
John S. died and 6Maria married Jonathan Petitt. No children by second marriage.



6Asher W. Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Martha Hollingshead, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary, b.                  m.       Jonathan Petitt, Jr.
7Anna, b.                  m.       Franklin Fennimore
7Susan, b.                 m.       Thomas Makin
7John, b.                           unmarried
7Hollingshead,b.           m.       Mary Green



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6Martha W. Stokes, dau. of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Smith W. Clark, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Stokes, b.
7John, b.
7Josephine, b.             m.       Lemuel Rainer



6John W. Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Eliza B. Lippincott, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Josephine L., b.(only child)m.     Greenleaf Adams, of Kentucky.  
They had 3 children- 8Elize, unmarried; 8John, married Heloise Root; they have 2 children 9Henry Clay and 9Randolph Greenleaf; Henry Clay drowned at Johnstown.



6Nathan H. Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Rebecca Rogers, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Amanda, b.
7Martha, b.
7George, b.
7Franklin, b.
7John Dillwyn, b.



6Woolman Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Sarah W. Petitt, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Howard, b.                m.       Kitty White
7John W., b.               m.       Elizabeth Howland
7Anna, b.                  m.       Frederick Porter of Virginia.



6Edward Stokes, son of 5John Stokes and Elizabeth Woolman, m. Esther R. Evans, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Alfred L., b.             m.      Francis Woodleigh.  They have one daughter, 
                       8Mary
7Mary R., b.               m.       Henry S. Cattell, of Philadelphia.  they have one daughter 
                       8Esther.




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7Charles H. Engle, son of 6Albina Haines and Aaron Engle, m. Rebecca W. Wills, dau. of William S. Wills and Elizabeth Haines.
Children were-     See Page 223 for Parents
                 8Bessie, b.                         deceased in infancy



7Aaron W. Engle, son of 6 Albina Haines and Aaron Engle, m. Sarah B. Lippincott, dau. of Levi Lippincott and Mary Ann Buzby.
Children were-      See Page 223 for Parents
                 8Mary, b.                           deceased
                 8 Lizzie, b.                        deceased
                 8Anna, b.                  m.       John Dudley
                 8Aaron, Jr., b.            m.       Ida Agnes Lippincott
                 8Charles, b.                        unmarried



6Mary S. Haines, dau. of 5Elizabeth Stokes and Abel Haines, m. John Troth, son of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph E., b.                      deceased
7Lizzie H., b.              m.      Caleb Shreeve
7Mary Emma, b.                      deceased
7Susan H., b.



6Samuel S. Butterworth, son of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Hannah Ann Prickitt, dau. of Thomas Prickitt and Hannah Wilkins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel b.                 m.       Sarah V. Haines
7Virginia, b.                       died aged 18 years



Sarah Haines, the wife of 7Samuel Butterworth, was the dau. of Robert P. Haines and Sarah L Hewlings. Robert P. was the son of Robert Haines and Rebecca Ann Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop. Robert was the son of Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of Francis Venicomb and Rachel Lippincott. Francis was the son of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the Venicomb family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Haines was




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the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.



6Jarvis Butterworth, son of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Matilda M. Woolston, dau. of Robert H. Woolston and Annette M. Harrison.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth S., b.          m.       Allen Fenimore, Jr.
7Joseph E., b.             m.       Minnie Oliphant



6Mordecai S. Butterworth, son of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Rebecca Lippincott, dau. of Restore Lippincott and Elizabeth Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Franklin, b.              m.       Mary Budd
7Gertrude, b.              m.       Josiah W. Ewan
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       George Bowne
7Harry, b.                 m.       Cornelia Lauler
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Joseph Powell, Jr.
7Mordecai, b.              m.       unmarried



6Elizabeth Haines, dau. of 5Stokes Haines and Lockey Ann French, m. Albert Allen, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lytle, b.                 m.
7Lockey, b.                m.       Thomas Baldwin.
Lockey and Thomas have 3 children and live in West Chester, Pa.


6Stokes Haines, Jr., son of 5Stokes Haines and Lockey Ann French, m. Hannah Kendall (a widow), dau. of _____ _____.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Richard Haines, son of 5John Haines and Mary Wills, m. Rebecca H. Crispin, dau. of Able Crispin and Hannah Evans.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
7Mary, b. 5-5, 1831; m. 4-12, 1888, Stillman W. Robinson
7Hannah, b. 1-30, 1833; m. 9-25, 1859, Benjmin F. Slusser
7John C., b. 4-3, 1834; m. 7-13, 1855, Rebecca Ritter
7Abel C., M. D., b. 7-24, 1835; m. 9-15, 1864 Sarah Painter 1st wife
                                                    m. Ann Elizabeth Mehurin, 2nd wife
7Elizabeth, b. 10-9,1842; m. 7-17, 1867, Frances Laussaux
7Nancy R., b. 4-20, 1845; m. 9-9, 1874, Paul J. Gaume.



6Augustus Bispham, son of 5Maria Stokes and Samuel Bispham, m. Cornelia Koons, dau. of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edwin K, b.
7Clara, b.
7Maria, b.



6John S. Bispham, son of 5Maria Stokes and Samuel Bispham, m. Ada Koons, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.
7Edwin K, b.



6N. Newlin Stokes, M. D., son of 5Nancy E. Stokes and Nathaniel Stokes, m. Martha E. Stokes, dau. of Stogdelle Stokes and Eliza Eastburn.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, M. D., b.         m.       Mary Emlen
7Stogdelle, b.          
7Eliza, b.



6John H. Stokes, son of 5Nancy E. Stokes and Nathaniel Stokes, m. Lydia Thomas, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elanor, b.
7Esther, b.
7John, b.
7Henry, b.
7Franklin, b.
7Thomas, b.




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6Amos Roberts, son of 7Ebenezer Roberts and Rachel Dudlay, m. Jane Matlack,, dau of John Matlack and Rebecca.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John b. 8-19, 1831        m. 1864, Rachel Haines
7Rebecca, b. 8-13, 1830    m. 1864, Thomas Branson
7Hannah, b. 6-16, 1832     m. 1867, George B. Pharo



Rachel Haines, the wife of 7John Roberts, was the dau. of Charles Haines and Elizabeth Borton, the dau. of Uriah Borton and Mary Collins, the dau. of Job Collins and Elizabeth Ballinger, the widow of John Mason and dau. of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor of that family. Job Collins was the son of Francis Collins and Ann Haines, the widow of Nehemiah Haines, and dau. of _____ Ashard. Francis was the son of John Collins and his first or second wife. John was the son of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Gosling, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Uriah Borton was the son of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry. Charles Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Isaac Inskeep and Hannah. Samuel was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry.



6Allen Roberts, son of 5Ebenezer Roberts and Rachel Dudley, m. Mary Haines, dau. of Hinchman Haines and Mary Warrington, his first wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Henry, b.                 m.       Miriam Lippincott
7Ebenezer, b.              m.       Mary Lippincott
7Rachel, b.                m.       Casper W. Sharpless
7Mariana, b.               m.       George Matlack.



Mariam and Mary Lippincott, the wives of 7Henry and 7 Ebenezer Roberts, were the daus. of Isaac Lippincott and Lydia Matlack. Isaac was the son of Josiah Lippincott and Miriam




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Slim. Josiah was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Elizabeth Antrim. Isaac was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see,
page 223, in Sarah B. Lippincott's ancestry.



George Matlack, who married 7Mariana Roberts, was the son of William Matlack and Rebecca Evans, the dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts, the dau. of Joseph Roberts and Susanna Cole, the dau. of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin 2nd wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd, and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole family. Joseph Roberts was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, the dau. of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtin. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joshua was the son of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Joseph Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, the dau. of Amos Haines and Rebecca Troth, the dau. of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family, who came from England, and were married in New Jersey. Amos Haines was the son of Thomas Haines and Elizabeth Austin, the sister of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family. Thomas was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Joseph Eves was the son of Samuel Eves and Mary Shinn, his second wife. Samuel was the son of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Thomas Evans was the son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Eldridge, his first wife. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton famiy. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, above, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Evans family.




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6Priscilla Roberts, dau. of 5Hugh Roberts and Lydia Lippincott,, m. George Kille, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7George H., b.             m.       Sarah Stokes
7Chalkley, b.



6Hugh Roberts, Jr., son of 5Hugh Roberts and Lydia Lippincott, m. Rebecca Brown, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Jacob, R.,b.              m.       Lena Peak
7Clara, b.                          died in minority
7Flora R., b. 



6Richard Roberts, son of 5Hugh Roberts and Lydia Lippincott, m. Mary Walton, first wife, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hugh W., b.               m.       Edith Ellis
7Ann Eliza, b.             m.       Charles Ballinger
7Joseph, b.                m.       Anna M. Shaw
7Henry, b.                 m.       Mary Hansell
7Richard, b.  
7Ellen, b.



6Samuel Roberts, son of 5Hugh Roberts and Lydia Lippincott, m. Elizabeth _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lydia, b.                 m.       John Armington
7Anthony, b.               m.       Flora _____
7Lucretia S., b.                    died unmarried
7Frances M., b.                     died unmarried 
7Samuel C., b.                      died unmarried
7William H., b.                     died unmarried      
7Edwin H., b.



6Joseph Lippincott, son of 5Hepsibah Roberts and Joseph B. Lippincott, m. Anna Wills, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Susanna W., b.
7William, R., b.




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6Thomas Lippincott, son of 5Hepsibah Roberts and Joseph B. Lippincott, m. Dinah Hilles, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward, b.
7Joseph T., b.
7Charles, b.
7Hilles, b.
7Elizabeth H., b.
7William b.



6Samuel R. Wilkins, son of 5Rebecca Roberts and William Wilkins, m. Hannah Haines, dau. of Joseph Haines and Hannah Maxwell.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William Henry, b.         m.       Deborah Prickitt
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Christopher H. Jones



6Joseph H. Roberts, son of 5Nathan Roberts and Rebecca Haines, m. Mary W. Engle, dau. of Arthur Engle and Elizabeth C. Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Samuel T. Engle
7Rebecca, b.                        died unmarried
7Arthur, b.                         went west
7Nathan, b.                m.       _____ Lippincott



Samuel T. Engle, who married 7Elizabeth Roberts, was the son of Samuel Engle and Elizabeth Troth, the dau. of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott, the dau. of Aquila Lippincott and Agnes Inskeep. Aquila was the son of John Lippincott and Anna Matlack, his first wife. John was the son of Nathaniel Lippincott and Mary Engle, whose ancestry see, page 142, in Hannah Ann Haines' ancestry. Samuel Troth was the son of Isaac Troth and Rebecca Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, whose ancestry see, in George Matlack's ancestry, on page 228. Isaac Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, the dau. of William Borton and Deborah Hedge, the dau. of Bernard Hedge and Elizabeth Prague. William Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., and his first wife. John,




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Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Troth ws the son of Paul Troth and Deborah. Paul was the son of William Troth and Elizabeth Field, the progenitors of the Troth family, who came from England. Samuel Engle was the son of John Engle and Lucy Brooks, the dau. of Thomas Brooks and Mary. John Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the Butcher family. Obadiah Borton was the son of John Borton, Jr., aforesaid, the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, whose ancestry see, page 187, in Lucy Ann Haines' ancestry.



6Mary Roberts, dau. of 5Nathan Roberts and Rebecca Haines, m. Joshua B., Wilkins, son of Joshua Wilkins and Rebecca Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Robert Hurley
7Henry, b.                 m.       Esther Engle



6Sarah Roberts, dau. of 5Joshua Roberts and Sarah Wilkins, m. Nathan Evans, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joshua, b.                m.       R. E. Rudderow
7Priscilla, b.          
7Rebecca, b.



6Joshua Cowperthwait, son of 5Thomas Cowperthwait and Hannah Ballinger, m. Keturah McBride, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Thomas, b.                m.       Sarah Parker
7Rebecca Jane, b.                   died unmarried
7Hannah, b.                         unmarried



6William Evans, son of 5Rebecca Cowperthwait and John Evans, m. Susan Evans, dau. of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts.
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7John, b.                           died young man unmarried
7Joseph, b.                m.       Lydia E. Wills
7William J., b.            m.       Elizabeth B. Evans



Lydia E. Wills, the wife of 7Joseph Evans, was the dau. of Henry W. Wills and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Joshua Stokes and Lydia Evans, his third wife, the dau. of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox, the dau. of Joseph Wilcox and Sarah Iredell. Enoch was the son of William Evans and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton, the dau. of George Elkinton, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Elkinton family. John Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitor of the Roberts family. William Evans was the son of Thomas Evans and Esther Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. John Haines was the eldest son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersy Evanses. Joshua Stokes was the son of Joseph Stokes and Atlantic Bispham, the dau. of Joshua Bispham and Martha, and was born in the Atlantic Ocean. She was named by the captain of the vessel, and given a handsome and costly dress when she grew to womanhood. Joseph was the son of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott, the dau. of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtins. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Joseph Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family. (See page 8.) Henry W. Wills was the son of Jospeh Wills and Virgin Powell, the dau. of Joseph Powell and Ann Bishop. Joseph Wills was the son of Aaron Wills and Rachel Warrington, the dau. of Henry Warrington and Elizabeth Bishop. Joseph Wills was the son of Aaron Wills and Rachel Warrington, the dau. of Henry Warrington and Elizabeth Bishop, his second wife. (See page 299). Aaron Wills was the son of Daniel Wills




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and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston famly, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the only dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife.



Elizabeth B. Evans, the wife of 7William J. Evans was the dau. of Amos Evans and Rachel Kaighn. Amos was the son of Jacob Evans and Elizabeth Snowden, the dau. of Isaac Snowden and Mary. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 228, in George Matlack's ancestry.



6Lydia Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Cowperthwait and John Evans, m. David Rogers (first wife), son of William Rogers and Mary Davis.
6Lydia died leaving no children, and David married Susannah Haines, dau. of Stacy Haines and Susannah Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Davis, b.                 m.       Harriet Walton
7Kesiah, b.                m.       Caleb Wilkins
Davis died leaving one child, 8 Edwin, and Harriet married Alfred Lofland. No Children by her second marriage.



Caleb Wilkins, who married 7Kesiah Roberts, was the son of Amos Wilkins and Ann Hewlings, the dau. of John Hewlings and Lydia Crispin, whose ancestry see, in Theodore Christopher's ancestry, page 203. Amos Wilkins was the son of Amos Wilkins and Lydia Jenkins. Amos was the son of Amos Wilkins and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Carlisle Haines and Sarah Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family, who came from England, and were married in New Jersey. Carlisle Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlisle, who was of Indian Lineage.
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was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. Amos Wilkins was the grandson of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family.



6Mary C. Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Cowperthwait and John Evans, m. David Darnell, son of Edmund Darnell and Rachel Dudley.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Howard, b.                m.       Elizabeth F. Haines
7John, b.                  m.       Edith Middleton
7Rebecca, b.               m.       James Bell
7Jane, b.                  m.       Robert Engle
7Marianna, b.                       unmarried
7Ezra, b.                           unmarried
7David, b.                                              unmarried



Elizabeth F. Haines, the wife of 7Howard Darnell, was the dau. of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson, the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth, of Crosswicks, New Jersey. Zebedee was the son of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, the dau. of Zebedee Wills and Priscilla Moore, whose family see, page 64, for further ancestry of Zebedee and Priscilla. Clayton Haines was the son of Benjamin Haines and Sarah Butcher, his third wife, the dau. of John Butcher and Mary. Benjamin was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



Robert Engle, who married 7Jane Darnell, was the son of Arthur Engle and Elizabeth C. Engle, the dau. of Robert Engle and Mary Woolman. Robert was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Hannah, his second wife. William was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Engish Sharps, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Robert Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, whose ancestry see, page 187, in Lucy Haines' ancestry.




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6David Evans, son of 5Rebecca Cowperthwait and John Evans, m. Sarah Roberts, dau. of Samuel Roberts and Sarah Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lydia, b.                 m.       Benjamin Cooper
7Samuel R., b.             m.       Francis Tomlinson



Benjamin Cooper, who married 7Lydia Evans, was the son of Benjamin Cooper and Lydia Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Theodocia Hewlings, the dau. of Jacob Hewlings and Agnes Buckman. Jacob was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London, England. Jacob Hewlings was the son of William Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, his first wife, the dau. of Thomas Eves, the progenitor, above, who came from London. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Jennings. Aaron was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Hope Wills, the dau. of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. Samuel Lippincott was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Mary Curtis. Freedom was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family.



Frances Tomlinson, the wife of 7Samuel R. Evans, was the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson and Sarah Inskeep, the dau. of John Inskeep. Ephraim was the son of Benjamin Tomlinson and Frances Haines, his first wife, the dau. of William Haines and Mary Eastlack. William was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor of the Paine famly. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family.




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6Deborah Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Cowperthwait and John Evans, m. William Cooper Lippincott, son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Henry C., b.              m.       Emily Pancoast



6Lydia Bishop, dau. of 5Hannah Haines and Joseph R. Bishop, m. _____ Vansciver, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7J. B. Vansciver, b.
(The great furniture manufacturer of Camden, N. J.)



6Mary Copp, dau. of 5Deborah Cowperthwait and R. _____ Copp, m. Mark Wills, son of Joseph Wills and Hannah Ballinger, his first wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ezra, b.                                                          died in minority
7Daughter, b.              m.



6Samuel H. Roberts, son of 5William Roberts and Hannah Haines, m. Abigail Haines, dau. of David Haines and Deborah Troth.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.               m.       Mary Stout
7Charles, b.               m.       Anna _____ 1st wife
                           m.       Anna Branin, 2d wife
7Franklin, b.              m.       Mary H. Jones
7Deborah, b.                        unmarried
7Hannah, b.                m.       Walter Jones
7Lydia, b.                 m.       Henry Jones
7Isaac Henry, b.           m.       Susan Browning
7Margaret, b.                       unmarried
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Lewis Stokes
7Lucy, b.                           died in minority
7David, b.                          died in minority



6Sarah Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Roberts and Joseph Evans, m. John M. Haines, son of John Haines and Elizabeth Moore.
Children were-     Link to Parents




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7Bethuel, M., b.           m.       Hannah Fox
7Rebecca R., b.                     died unmarried



6Susan Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Roberts and Joseph Evans, m. William Evans, son of John Evans and Rebecca Cowperthwait.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John, b.                           died unmarried
7Joseph, b.                m.       Lydia E. Wills
7William, b.               m.       Elizabeth B. Evans.
See ancestries of Lydia E. Wills and Elizabeth B. Evans, on pages 232and 233



6Rebecca Evans, dau. of 5Rebecca Roberts and Joseph Evans, m. William Matlack, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7George, b.                m.       Mariana Roberts
7Samuel, b.,                        died unmarried
7Mary, b.                           died unmarried
7William, b.                        Rebecca Haverstick
7Rebecca, b.                        died unmarried
7Joseph b.                          deceased



Marianna Roberts, the wfie of 7George Matlack, was the dau. of Allen Roberts and Mary Haines, the dau. of Hinchman Haines and Mary Warrington, his first wife. Hinchman was the son of Noah Haines and Hannah Thorn, the widow of George Turner, and dau. of Thomas Thorn and Letitia Hinchman, the dau. of John Hinchman, the progenitor of the Hinchman family, and Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, all of Long Island, who came from England. (correction 4) Thomas Thorn was the son of Joseph Thorn and Mary Bowne, the dau. of John Bowne and Hannah Feake, of Long Island, the progenitors of the Bowne family. Joseph Thorn was the son of William Thorn and Winifred Kay, of Long Island, the progenitors of the Thorn family, who came from England to Massachusetts, and from there to Long Island, in 1645. Noah Haines was the son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead, whose ancestry see, on page 67, in George Haines' M. D., ancestry. Allen Roberts was the son of Ebenezer Roberts and Rachel Dudley, the dau. of Thomas Dudley and Martha Evans, the




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dau. of Thomas Evans and Rebecca Owen, his second wife. Thomas Evans was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the New Jersey branch of the Evans family, who came from Wales, England. Thomas Dudley was the son of Francis Dudley, the progenitor, who came from England , and Rachel Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Ebenezer Roberts was the son of John Roberts and Phebe Andrews. John was the son of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes, whose famly see, page 21, for further ancestry of Joshua and Rebecca (Stokes) Roberts.



6Thomas Evans, son of 6Rebecca Roberts and Joseph Evans, m. Mary Borton (first wife), dau. of Uriah Borton and Mary Collins.
Mary died, leaving no children, and 6Thomas married Sarah Lippincott, dau. of Abram Lippincott and Rachel Borton.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Elwood Evans.
Sarah died, and 6Thomas married Elizabeth Saunders, dau. of Solomon Saunders and Lydia Burrough. No issue by third marriage.



6Elisha Roberts, son of 5David Roberts and Rachel Hunt, m. Elizabeth Hooten, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Samuel Allen
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Edward Richie
7Anna, b.                           drowned at Atlantic City, N. J.
7David, b.                 m.       _____ Allen
7Joseph, b.                m.       _____ Stokes
7William, b.               m.       _____ Stokes



6Mary Roberts, dau. of 5Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans, m. Amos H. Lippincott (first wife), son of Ahab Lippincott and Mary Wills.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ahab H., b.               m.       Maria Louisa Jones
7Mary, b.                  m.       Emmerson Middleton
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Mulford Bisbing




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6Mary died, and Amos married 6Susan Roberts, the sister of 6Mary, his first wife. No issue by second marriage.



6Joseph Roberts, son of 5Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans, m. Rachel Woolston, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary, b. 
7Hope, b.



6Izri Roberts, son of 5Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans, m. Martha Rogers (first wife), dau. of Joseph Rogers and Sarah Moore.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph, b.                m.       Elizabeth Coles
7Nathan, b.                m.       Anna Coles
7William, b.               m.       Martha Roberts
Martha died, and 6 Izri married Eliza Ballinger, dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Grace Rogers.
Children were- 7Martha, b. died in minority.


6Joshua Roberts, son of 5Joseph Roberts and Rachel Evans, m. Rachel Rudderow, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rachel, b.                m.       Enoch Evans
7Mary, b.                  m.       Thomas B. Evans
7Thomas, b.                m.       Elizabeth Deacon
7Henry, b.
7Ella, b.
7Lydia, b



6John Buzby, son of 5Ann Roberts and John Buzby, m. Aligail Cole, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b .
7_____, b.




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6Hannah Buzby, dau. of 5Ann Roberts and John Buzby, m. Samuel Borton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.
7_____ b.
7______ b.



6Mary Ann Buzby, dau. of 5Ann Roberts and John Buzby, m. Levi Lippincott, son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b.                m.       Edmund Braddock
7Susan, b.                 m.       Samuel B. Lippincott
7Anna,  b.                 m.       Clayton R. Dudley
7Joseph, b.                         died in minority
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Aaron W. Engle
7William B., b.            m.       Catharine Braddock.



Edmund and Catharine Braddock, who married 7Hannah and 7William B. Lippincott, were the children of Job Braddock and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of William Lippincott and Catharine Ruddrow. William was the son of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Nathaniel Haines and ary Hervey. Nathaniel was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, the progenitor. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see, page 223, in Sarah B. Lippincott's ancestry. Job Braddock was the son of William Braddock and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Rehoboam Braddock and Jemima Darnell, whose ancestry see, page 206, in Emma T. Antrim's ancestry.



Aaron W. Engle, who married 7Sarah B. Lippincott, was the son of Aaron Engle and Albina Haines, the dau. of Abel Haines and Elizabeth Stokes, the dau. of Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, the dau. of William Rogers. Jarvis was the son of John Stokes and Hannah Stogdelle, the dau. of Jarvis Stogdelle and Mary. John was the son of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green, whose family see, page 12, for further ancestry




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of John Stokes and Elizabeth Green. Abel Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Buzby, the dau. of William Buzby and Mary Wills, the dau. of Daniel Wills and Elizabeth Woolston, the dau. of John Woolston, the progenitor of the Woolston famlily, and Hannah Cooper, his second wife, the dau. of William Cooper and Margaret, the progenitors of the Cooper family. Daniel Wills was the son of John Wills and Hope Delefaste. John was the son of Dr. Daniel Wills, the progenitor of the Wills family, and Elizabeth, his first wife. William Buzby was the son of Nicholas Buzby and Mary French, the progenitors of the Buzby family. Samuel Haines was the son of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, whose family see, page 23, for further ancestry of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes. Aaron Engle was the son of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin. Job was the son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd. Kendall was the son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor of the Kendall family, and Mary Collins, the dau. of Francis Collins, the progenitor, and Mary (Budd) Goslin, his second wife, the dau. of Thomas Budd and widow of Dr. John Goslin, of Burlington, New Jersey. Samuel Cole was the son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Cole famly. Obadiah Engle was the son of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, whose ancestry see, page 187, in Lucy Ann Haines' ancestry.



6George Roberts, son of 5Josiah Roberts and Mary French, m. Elizabeth Middleton, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Hannah, b.
7Eliza, b.



6Robert H. Roberts, son of 5Josiah Roberts and Mary French, m. Ruth Ann Hart, dau. of _____ _____
Children were-     Link to Parents
7James, b.
7Mary, b.
7Alfred, b.
7Walter, b.
7Caleb, b.




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6Hannah Roberts, dau. of 5Josiah Roberts and Mary French, m.. Reuben Roberts, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John, b.                   m.      Sarah B. Williams
7Edwin, b.                  m.      Hannah A. Lippincott
7Mary Ann, b.               m.      W. Gillingham
7Josiah, b.                 m.      Anna B. Andrews
7Enoch, b.                  m.      Priscilla Evans
7Benjamin, b.
7Reuben, b.



6Elizabeth French, dau. of 5Joseph French and Mary Stokes, m. Edward Wills, son of Moses Wills and Rebecca W. Black.
They had no children.      Link to Parents



6Sarah J. French, dau. of 5Joseph French and Mary Stokes, m. William Porter (first wife), son of Joseph Porter and _____ _____.
Sarah died leaving no children and William married twice after her death.     Link to Parents



6Lydia E. Wills, dau. of 5Lydia Stokes and Henry W. Wills, m. Joseph Evans, son of William Evans and Sarah Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William Henry, b.          m.      Sarah Roberts
7Anna W., b
7Ezra, b.
7Joseph Stokes, b.



Sarah Roberts, the wife of 7William Henry Evans, was the dau. of Henry Roberts and Miriam Lippincott, the dau. of Isaac Lippincott and Lydia Matlack, whose ancestry see, page 227, in Miriam and Mary Lippincott's ancestry. Henry Roberts was the son of Allen Roberts and Mary Haines, whose family see, page 227, for further ancestry of Allen Roberts and Mary Haines.


6Joshua S. Wills, son of 5Lydia Stokes and Henry Wills, m. Rebecca W. Thompson, dau. of Casper Thompson and _____ _____.     Link to Parents




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Children were-
7Catharine W.,   b.
7Mary, b.                   unmarried



6Anna Wills, dau. of 5Lydia Stokes and Henry Wills, m. Jospeph H. Haines, son of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Julia, b.                          unmarried
7Morris, b.                         unmarried
7Everett, b.                        unmarried



6Sarah F. Wills, dau. of 5Lydia Stokes and Henry Wills, m. Joseph G. Evans, son of Josiah B. Evans and Hannah Gardiner.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Josiah, b.                         died in minority
7Walter, b.



6N. Newlin Stokes, M. D., son of 5Nathaniel Stokes and Nancy E. Stokes, m. Martha E. Stokes, dau. of Stogdelle Stokes and Eliza Eastburn.
This family and children will be seen on pages 211 and 212, under Martha E. Stokes and N. Newlin Stokes, M. D., and page 226, as N. Newlin Stokes, son of Nancy E. Stokes and Nathaniel Stokes. The Stokes blood appearing in three different strains.     Link to Parents



6John H. Stokes, son of 5Nathaniel Stokes and Nancy E. Stokes, m. Lydia Thomas (first wife), dau. of _____ _____.
This family and children will be seen on page 226, as John H. Stokes, son of 5 Nancy E. Stokes and Nathaniel Stokes. The Stokes blood appearing in two different strains.     Link to Parents
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6Beulah Haines, dau. of 5Jacob Haines and Rebecca Warrington, m. Charles Haines, son of Joshua W. Haines and Elizabeth Crispin.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Susanna W., b. 8-23, 1850 m.       Joseph L. Haines
7Elizabeth C., b. 4-12, 1854 m.     Harry Parry.



Howard Parry, who married 7 Elizabeth C. Haines, was the son of Judge William Parry and Alice Stokes, the dau. of Charles Stokes and Tacy Jarrett, the dau. of William Jarrett and Ann, of Pennsylvania. Charles was the son of David Stokes and Ann Lancaster, whose family see, page 37, for further ancestry of David Stokes and Ann Lancaster. William Parry was the son of John R. Parry and Letitia Penn Smith, whose ancestry see, on pages 95and 96.



6John W. Haines, son of 5Jacob Haines and Rebecca Warrrington, m. Hannah M. Lewis, dau. of Job Lewis and Sarah _____ of Philadelphia.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Franklin T., M. D., b. 8-10, 1843; m. Jane Jones, dau. of John L.
Jones and Margaret, of Upper Dublin, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania.
Have no children 7Mary W., b. 10-6, 1844; died 1881, unmarried 7Jacob, b. 6-26, 1847; m. 1878, Bertha Peart, dau. of Charles Peart and Eliza.
No children.
7Horace M. , b. 5-11, 1849; died 1890 unmarried 7John W., Jr., b. 1-15, 1853; died 1893, unmarried 7Frances, b. 5-27, 1857; unmarried 7Lillian H., b. 7-31, 1859; m. 1890, Hugh N. Pancoast, son of Josiah Pancoast and Sarah. They have one child, daughter, 8Mary H., b. 9-13, 1891. 7Emmerson, b. 8-13, 1861; m. 1897, Josephine McCoy. They have two children - 8Horace and 8Gertrude.



6Mary Haines, dau. of 5Jacob Haines and Rebecca Warrington, m. Stacy Martin, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward H., b. 10-2, 1829; m.       Agnes Brown. Three children- John Elliott and Walter
7Rebecca, b. 1, 1832;      m. 1861; Wallace Lippincott.  No issue.
7Sarah H., b. 4-6, 1834;   m. 1868, Robert F. Garwood.  No Issue. 




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Wallace Lippincott, who married 7Rebecca Martin, was the son of Israel Lippincott and Maria Wallace, the dau. of Thomas Wallace and Ann. Israel was the son of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers. William was the son of Thomas Lippincott and Elizabeth Haines, the dau. of Nathaniel Haines and Mary Hervey, the dau. of John Hervey. Nathaniel was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from Aynhoe, a parish in Northamptonshire, England. Thomas Lippincott was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Hannah Engle, whose ancestry see, page 223, in Sarah B. Lippincott's ancestry.



6John Black, son of 5Lydia Newbold and John Black, m. Sarah Newbold, dau. of Daniel Newbold and Rachel Newbold.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John Jr., b.              m.       Mary Ann Clark
7Edgar, b.                 m.       _____ _____.
7Charles, b.               m.       Hannah Lawrence.
7Emily, b.                          unmarried
7Alfred, b.                m.       Margaret Bunting



6Abigail Bowne, dau. of 5Sarah Newbold and William Bowne, m. George Haywood, son of Budd Haywood and Sarah Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Marianna, b.              m.       Benjamin F. Shreve



Benjamin F. Shreeve, who married 7Marianna Haywood, was the son of Benjamin Shreeve and Mary Shinn, the dau. of Francis Shinn and Mary Haines, the dau. of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, whose ancestry see, page 67, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.




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6Edward Bowne, son of 5Sarah Newbold and William Bowne, m. Elizabeth Woodward, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sarah N., b.              m.       David T. Haines
7John W., b.               m.       Anna Satterthwait, 1st wife
                            m.      Sarah Campion, 2d wife
7William, b.                        died unmarried
7Rebecca W., b.            m.       Israel S. Deacon
7Edward L.,                m.       Marietta Deacon
7Anna M.,                  m.       Henry I. Deacon, 2d wife.
                           m.       Oliver Jeffries, 2d husband
7Walter B., b.             m.       Edith Johnson
7Emily, b.                          unmarried
7Franklin, b.              m.       Laura Lippincott



David T. Haines, who married 7Sarah N. Bowne, was the son of David Haines and Deborah Troth, the dau. of John Troth and Ann Engle, the dau. of Joseph Engle and Mary Borton, the dau. of Obadiah Borton and Susanna Butcher, the dau. of Samuel Butcher and Silence Bunting. Samuel was the son of Thomas Butcher and Esther, the progenitors of the family. Obadiah was the son of John Borton Jr., and his first wife. John, Jr., was the son of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. Joseph Engle was the son of Robert Engle and Rachel Venicomb, the dau. of William Venicomb, the progenitor of the family, and Sarah Stockton (Widow Jones), the dau. of Richard Stockton and Abigail, the progenitors of the Stockton family. Robert Engle was the son of John Engle and Mary Ogborn, the dau. of Samuel Ogborn and Jane, the progenitors of that family. John was the son of Robert Engle and Jane Horne, the progenitors of the Engle family. John Troth was the son of William Troth and Esther Borton, whose ancestry see, page 230, in Samuel T. Engle's ancestry. David Haines was the son of Nehemiah Haines and Abigail Haines, whose ancestry see, page 66, in George Haines, M. D.'s ancestry.



7John Haines, son of 5 Aaron Haines and Martha Stokes, m. May Ann Woolston, dau. of _____ _____. The family and children will be seen on page 216, as the son of




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6Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines, he having two strains of Stokes blood, one from each parent. And his brothers and sisters-Jarvis, Edith S., Samuel and Elizabeth-and their families will be found on pages 216, 217 and 219, as children of 6Martha Stokes and Aaron Haines.



6Emily Maria Haines, dau. of 5Abel Haines and Elizabeth Stokes, m. Joseph Engle, son of Joseph Engle and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Marianna, b.              m.       George W. Wills
7Tyler B., b.              m.       Annie G. Stokes
7Lizzie H., b.
7Martha, b.
7Joseph Jr., b.            m.        Hannah D. Hollingshead
7Howard A., b.             m.        Sarah Roberts
7Jarvis S., b.
7Wilbert C., b.
7Emily H., b.



The rest of the children of 5Able Haines and Elizabeth Stokes and their families, will be seen on pages 222, 223, and 224, as the children of 5Elizabeth Stokes and Able Haines. They having two strains of Stokes blood-one from each parent.



6Rebecca Ann Haines, dau. of 5Robert Haines and Edith Rogers, m. Jacob Wills, son of Joseph Wills and Hannah Ballinger.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Henry, b.                 m.       _____ Cole
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Frank Hendrickson
7Rachel, b.                m.       George Irvis, 1st 
                           m.       George Homan, 2d
7Benajah, b.               m.       _____ ______
7Stacy, b.                 m.       Eva Haines
7Marianna, b.              m.       William Rockhill
7Jacob, b.                 m.       _____ Hunt
7Robert, b.                m.       Martha Hendrickson




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6Phebe P. Haines, dau. of 5Ezra Haines and Lucy Bishop, his first wife, m. Charles Stokes (second wife), son of Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Samuel Haines, son of 5Ezra Haines and Phebe Pierce, his second wife, m. Mary _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Lee, b.                   m.       Ella Cadmus
7Newlin, b.                m.       Eva Deacon
7Alfred, b.                m.       _____ _____
7Samuel b.,                m.       Charlotte Otis
7Emily, b.                          unmarried
7Edward, b.                         unmarried



6Lucy Haines, dau. of 5Ezra Haines and Phebe Pierce, his second wife, m. William L. Martin, M. D., son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, M. D., b.        m.       Alice Maul, first wife
                           m.       Elizabeth E. Kaighn second wife
7Emlin, b.                 m.       Mary Tedrick
7Annie, b.                          unmarried
7Phebe, b.                          unmarried



6Annie Haines, dau. of 5Ezra Haines and Phebe Pierce, his second wife, m. Samuel Husey, son of _____ _____.
They have no children     Link to Parents



Eva Deacon, the wife of 7Newlin Haines, was the dau. of Israel S. Deacon and Rebecca W. Bowne, the dau. of Edward Bowne and Elizabeth Woodward. Edward was the son of William Bowne and Sarah Newbold, the dau. of Caleb Newbold and Sarah Haines, the dau. of Samuel Haines and Lydia Stokes, the dau. of Thomas Stokes and Deliverance Horner, his first wife, the dau. of Isaac Horner. Thomas Stokes was the son of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family, (See page 8). Samuel Haines was the son of William Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine,




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of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. William Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Caleb Newbold was the son of Thomas Newbold and Edith Coate, the dau. of Marmaduke Cote and Ann Pole, the progenitors. Thomas was the son of Michael Newbold, the son of Michael Newbold and Ann, the progenitors of the Newbold family.



Elizabeth E. Kaighn, the second wife of 7William Martin, M. D., was the dau. of Amos Kaighn and Lucy Engle, the dau. of Samuel Engle and Elizabeth Troth, the dau. of Samuel Troth and Edith Lippincott, whose ancestry will be seen in Samuel T. Engle's ancestry, on page 230. Samuel Engle's ancestry will also be seen in Samuel T. Engle's ancestry. Amos Kaighn was the son of Joseph Kaighn and Susannah Evans, the dau. of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, his second wife, the dau. of Abram Borton and Rachel Engle, whose ancestry see, page 134, in Elizabeth L. Evans' ancestry. Jacob Evans was the son of Nathan Evans and Sybilla, whose ancestry see, page 134, also.



6Thomas Haines, son of 7Samuel L. Haines and Anna Deacon, m. Sarah Coates, dau. of William Coates and Sarah Hollingshead.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Emeline, b.               m.       Samuel Davis
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Joseph Ellis
7Eliza, b.                 m.       Ivans Davis
7Margaret, b.              m.       Isaac Jessup
7Georgianna, b.            m.       Thomas Nutt
7Cornelia, b.              m.       John Clevenger
7William b,                         unmarried  
7Samuel, b.                         unmarried



6Eliza Haines, dau. of 5Samuel L. Haines and Anna Deacon, m. John Chambers, son of Job Chambers and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel, b.                m.       Frances Woodward
7Susan, b.                 m.       Lemuel Peterson




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7Annie, b.                 m.       Ridgway Deacon.



6Charles Haines, son of 5Samuel L. Haines and Anna Deacon, m. Margaretta Woolston, dau. of Samuel Woolston and Hannah Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Benjamin , b.             m.       Elizabeth Hilyard
7Isaac, b.                 m.       _____ _____.
7Adelaide, b.                       died unmarried
Margaretta died, and 6Charles married _____ Wetherill, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were- 7Samuel b.



6Harriet Haines, dau. of 5Samuel L. Haines and Anna Deacon, m. James Langstaff, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Susan, b.                 m.       George Slack, first
                           m.       John R. Howell, second



6Mary Tash, dau. of 5Mary Haines and Joseph Tash, m. John Burr, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph T., b.             m.       _____ _____
7Mary Ann, b.              m.       Samuel Smith
7Thomas T., b.             m.       _____ _____.
7Lydia, L., b.             m.       unmarried (living at Moorestown, N. J.



6Joseph H. Tash, son of 5Mary Haines and Joseph Tash, m. Ann Nicholson, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Thomas J., b.   5-22, 1829 m.      Martha Cathrall
7Amanda M., b. 9, 1836      m.      John F. Cantwell



7Thomas J. Tash, son of 6Joseph H. Tash and Ann Nicholson, m. Martha Cathrall, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Above.
                 8Walter, b.
                 8Charles Foster, b.
                 8Mary Cathrall, b.




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7Amanda M. Tash, dau. of 6Joseph H. Tash and Ann Nicholson, m. John F. Cantwell, son of ______ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
                 8Edmund, b.



7Joseph T. Burr, son of 6Mary Tash and John Burr, m. _____ _____, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
                 8Walter, b.
                 8George, b.



7Mary Ann Burr, dau. of 6Mary Tash and John Burr, m. Samuel Smith, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
                 8Maria, b.
                 8Sidney, b.
                 8Others, Names not give.



6Samuel B. Evans, son of 5Sarah Burrough and Thomas Evans, m. Keturah Lippincott, dau. of Samuel Lipppincott and Elizabeth Hewlings.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel L., b.             m.       Mary _____ (went west) 
7Emmor, b.                 m.       Jennie Sharp
7Jesse, b.                 m.       Martha Stiles
7Sarah B., b.              m.       David T. Ballinger
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       Alfred Hansell
7Jacob, b.                 m.       died in minority



6Thomas Evans, son of 5Sarah Burrough and Thomas Evans, m. Abigail Roberts, dau. Joel Roberts and Abigail Jones.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Isaac S., b.              m.       Helen Wills
7Rachel, S., b.            m.       Levi T. Ballinger
7Thomas, b.                m.       Sarah Proud
7Henry, b.                 m.       Anna Britton
7Joshua R.,                         unmarried
7Joel, R.,b.               m.       Abbie Kay
7Joseph J., b.             m.       Sarah Moore
7Sarah R., b.                       unmarried
7Elizabeth D., b.                   unmarried
7Abigail, b.                        died in infancy




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6William B. Evans, son of 5Sarah Burrough and Thomas Evans, m. Emma S. Kain, dau. of Levi L. Kain and Hannah Mason.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Jacob L. Evans, son of 5Sarah Burrough and Thomas Evans, m. Agnes Lippincott, dau. of Clayton Lippincott and Hannah Brick
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Clayton L., b.                     unmarried
7Howard, b.                m.       Helen Lippincott
Agnes died and 6Jacob married Elizabeth L. Evans, dau. of Uriah Evans and Rachel Saunders. No Issue.



Helen Lippincott, the wife of 7Howard Evans, was the dau. of Henry Lippincott and Emily Pancoast, the dau. of William Pancoast. Henry was the son of William Cooper Lippincott and Deborah Evans, the dau. of John Evans and Rebecca Cowperthwait, whose family see, page 106, for further ancestry of John Evans and Rebecca Cowperthwait. William Cooper Lippincott was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, the dau. of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry. Samuel was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Theodocia Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page 235, in Benjamin Cooper's ancestry.



6 Sarah Saunders, dau. of 5Lydia Burrough and Solomon Saunders, m. Isaac Darnell, son of Edmund Darnell and Rachel Dudley.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward, b.                m.       Abigail Sharp
7Lydia S.,b.               m.       Andrew Sharp
7Hannah, b.                m.       died unmarried
7Samuel, b.                m.       _____ _____



Abigail Sharp and Andrew Sharp, who married 7Edward and 7Lydia S. Darnell, were the children of William Sharp and




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Jemima Braddock, whose ancestry see, page 190, in Hugh Sharp's ancestry.



6Rachel Saunders, dau. of 5Lydia Burrough and Solomon Saunders, m. Uriah Evans, son of Jacob Evans and Rachel Borton, his second wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6Deborah, b.               m.       Samuel Woolman
6Elizabeth, b.             m.       Jacob L. Evans, 2d wife
6Joseph b., b.             m.       Priscilla M. Haines
6Elwood, b.                m.       Sarah Evans
6Lydia, b.                          died unmarried



Jacob L. Evans, who married 7Elizabeth L. Evans (his second wife), was the son of Thomas Evans and Sarah Burrough, whose family see, page 132, for further ancestry of Thomas Evans and Sarah Burrough.



Priscilla M. Haines, the wife of 7Joseph B. Evans, was the dau. of Zebedee Haines and Elizabeth Hendrickson, the dau. of Joseph Hendrickson and Elizabeth Forsythe. Zebedee was the son of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills, whose family see, page 163, for further ancestry of Clayton Haines and Rebecca Wills.



Sarah Evans, the wife of 7Elwood Evans, was the dau. of Thomas Evans and Sarah Lippincott, his second wife, the dau. of Abram Lippincott and Rachel Borton. Abram was the son of Nathan Lippincott and Sarah Allen. Nathan was the son of Joshua Lippincott and Rachel Dudley. Joshua was the son of Freedom Lippincott and Elizabeth Wills, whose ancestry see, page 164, in Benjamin Lippincott's ancestry.



6Elizabeth Saunders, dau. of 5Lydia Burrough and Solomon Saunders, m. Thomas Evans (his third wife), son of Joseph Evans and Rebecca Roberts.
They had no children.




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6Nathan H. Conrow, son of 5Darling Conrow and Esther Hunt (his first wife), m. Elizabeth Lippincott, dau. of William Lippincott and Ann Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
6George N., b.             m.       Amy Roberts
6Clayton, b.               m.       Mary S. Collins
6William, b.               m.       Anna E. Jobbis
6John, b.                           died in minority
6Hannah, b.                         died in minority



Mary S. Collins, the wife of 7Clayton Conrow, was the dau. of Isaac Collins and Sarah Stratton, the dau. of Owen Stratton and Mary Shinn, the widow of Francis Shinn, and dau. of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, whose ancestry see, page 193, in Sarah Stratton's ancestry.



6Lydia E. Conrow, dau. of 5Darling Conrow and Elizabeth Brown (his second wife), m. Aaron Lippincott, son of Levi Lippincott and Hannah Roberts.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth C., b.          m.       Charles Collins
7Albert, b.                m.       Mary Griscom
7Samuel R., b.             m.       Hannah B. Haines
7D. Conrow, b.             m.       Ada Russell
7Aaron R., b.                       died in minority
Lydia died and Aaron married Priscilla Lippincott. No issue by second marriage.



Charles Collins, who married 7Elizabeth C. Lippincott, was the son of Isaac Collins and Sarah Stratton, whose family see, page 194, for further ancestry of Isaac Collins and Sarah Stratton.



Mary Griscom, the wife of 7Albert Lippincott, was the dau. of David Griscom and Elizabeth Lippincott, the dau. of Samuel Lippincott and Elizabeth Hewlings. Samuel was the son of Samuel Lippincott and Anner Haines, whose ancestry see in Benjamin Cooper's ancestry, page 235. David Griscom was the




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son of Andrew Griscom and Martha Davis, the dau. of David Davis and Mary Haines whose ancestry see, page 166, in Martha M. Fenimore's ancestry.



6Thorton Conrow, son of 5Darling Conrow and Elizabeth Brown (his second wife), m. Sarah A. Lippincott, dau. of William Lippincott and Catharine Rudderow.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Albert b,
7William, b.
7Anna, b.



6Beulah Lippincott, dau. of 5Beulah Conrow and Joseph Lippincott, m. Nathan Haines, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ephraim, b.               m.       Rebecca Lupton, 1st wife
                           m.       Martha Ellicott, 2d wife
7Marianna, b.              m.       Elisha Manaker
7Portia, b.                m.       William Smith
7Susan, b.
7Anna, b.



6Rebecca Lippincott, dau. of 5Beulah Conrow and Joseph Lippincott, m. William S. Thomas, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph L., b.             m.       Elizabeth H. Lippincott
7Howard, b.                m.       Ella Hollingshead
7William, b.               m.       Blanche Parker
7Emma, b.                           died unmarried
7Anna, b.                           died unmarried
7Susan, b.                          died unmarried



6Sarah Lippincott, dau. of 5Beulah Conrow and Joseph Lippincott, m. Reuben Haines, son of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ellen, b.                 m.       Thomas Smith
7Rebecca, b.               m.       Franklin Darby
7Mary J., b.               m.       Jacob Weaver
7Joseph L., b.             m.       Elizabeth Lupton




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7Beulah, b. m. Franklin Thomas 7Julian, b. died in minority 7Laura, b. died in minority


6Asa Lippincott, son of 5Beulah Conrow and Joseph Lippincott, m. Anna Haines, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Ezra, b.                  m.       Anna Sutton
7Edward, b.                m.       Mary Haines
7Anna S., b.               m.       Heulings Lippincott
7Beulah, b.                         died unmarried
7Joseph H., b.                      died unmarried
7Susan W., b.    
7Elizabeth, b.



7Edward Darnell, son of 6Sarah Saunders and Isaac Darnell, m. Abigail Sharp, dau. of William Sharp and Jemima Braddock
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8William S., b.            m.       Ella L. Slatcher
                 8Henry, b.                 m.       Ida L. Stratton
                 8Sarah H.,                 m.       Lewis B. Hillman
                 8Lewis S., b.              m.       Mary Lizzie Stratton
                 8Anna, J., b.              m.       William J. Moss
                 8Eugene, b.                m.       Alberta B. Wooden
                 8Lydia S., b.              m.       M. Webber Watkinson
                 8Mary C., b.                        unmarried
                 8Florence A., b.



7Lydia S. Darnell, dau. of 6Sarah Saunders and Isaac Darnell, m. Andrew Sharp, son. of William Sharp and Jemima Braddock.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Richard, b.               m.       Rebecca Lamb
                 8Isaac Walter, b.          m.       _____ Kain
                 8Laura, b.                 m.       Joseph Randall.




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7Lydia Evans, dau. of 6David Evans and Sarah Roberts, m. Benjamin Cooper, son of Benjamin Cooper and Lydia Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8David, b.                          unmarried
                 8William B., b.            m.       Eleanor Lippincott
                 8Samuel b.,                m.       _____ Lippincott



Eleanor Lippincott, the wife of 8William B. Cooper, was the dau. of George Lippincott and Anna Haines, the dau. of Isaac H. Haines and Elanor Page, his first wife, the dau. of William Page, M. D., and Agnes Hollingshead, the dau. of Hugh Hollingshead and Elanor. William, M. D., was the son of Thomas Page and Alice. Isaac H. Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Haines, the dau. of William Haines and Mary Eastlack. William was the son of Jeremiah Haines and Hannah Bonnell, the dau. of Robert Bonnell. Jeremiah Haines was the son of Willam Haines and Sarah Paine, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, N. J., the progenitor of the Paine family. William was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family. Jonathan Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, the dau. of Thomas Wilkins and Mary Core, the dau. of Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family, and Sarah Roberts, the dau. of John Roberts and Sarah, the progenitors of the Roberts family. Thomas Wilkins was the son of Thomas Wilkins and Susannah, the progenitors of the Wilkins family. Isaac Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Hannah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Mary Austin, his first wife, the dau. of Francis Austin, the progenitor of the Austin family, and Mary Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann, the progenitors of the Borton family. William Sharp was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, the dau. of John Paine above. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the Sharp family, who claim an English ancestry, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Jonathan Haines was the son of Jonathan Haines and Mary Matlack, the dau. of William Matlack and Mary Hancock, the progenitors of the Matlack family. Jonathan Haines was the son of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John Borton and Ann,




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aforesaid. John Haines was the son of Richard Haines and Margaret, aforesaid, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the parish of Anyhoe, in Northhamptonshire, England, in 1682.



7Samuel R. Evans, son of 6David Evans and Sarah Roberts, m. Frances Tomlinson, dau. of Ephriam Tomlison and Sarah Inskeep.
They had no children.      Link to Parents 7Samuel R. deceased.



6Rachel S. Stokes, dau. of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. William A. Riker, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Maria S., b. 12-21, 1829  m. 8-31, 1854,  John E. Fenton
7Beulah A., b. 11-11, 1834                 died 12-27, 1835
7Ruthanna, b. 1-20, 1837   m. 4-19, 1893,  William Watts
7Agnes S., b. 11-15, 1838  m. 5-3, 1870,   James S. Barclay.
7Oliver S., b. 4-3, 1845   m. 10-22, 1871, Louisa B. Smith
7Alice R., b. 6-25, 1847   m. 1-3, 1871,   Edgar Mulford
7Lucy A., b. 11-29, 1841   m. 10-12, 1870, William H. VanSlyck
7Mary, J., b. 11-7, 1832   m. 8-31, 1854,  Samuel Smith.



6Levi B. Stokes, son of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Deborah Haines, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Norman B., b. 10-5, 1830
7Wistar H., b., 1-11, 1833
7Nathaniel B., b. 6-27, 1835
7George C., b. 9-21, 1837
7Bartlett J., b. 11-16, 1841



6Elwood H. Stokes, son of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Hannah Neff, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary ,b.            died unmarried
Rachel died and 6Elwood marrried Sarah Stout. No Issue.




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6Beulah Stokes, dau. of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Elwood Thomas, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary M., b. 3-1, 1841               died 5-24, 1898, unmarried
7Levi S., b. 12-23, 1843    m.       Sidney P. Walter
7Samuel C., b. 12-12, 1846  m.       Josephine Risinger
7Robert P., b. 3-1, 1851    m.       Susan McGrew



6Ruth Ann Stokes, dau. of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Franklin Hewlings, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents 7Lydia S., b. 6-25, 1855



6Enoch R. Stokes, son of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Helen L. Sweeney, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth B., b. 1838
7Lavinia, b. 
7Elwood, b. 3-4, 1840
7Helen, b.
7Fannie L., b. 10-28, 1845
7James, b. 1847
7Louisa, b. 1849
7Estella R., b. 8-29, 1851



6John S. Stokes, son of 5Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn, m. Rachel Fletcher, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rebecca L,, b. 4-1843              died 2-13, 1858
7Melvina T., b. 5-11, 1832          died 1-21, 1858, unmarried
7Alice R., b. 4, 1835               died 10-14, 1887, unmarried
Rachel died and 6 John married Rebeccca Jones, dau. of Isaac Jones and Amy Barton.
Children were-
7John C., b. 7-4, 1850,             unmarried
7Edith, b. 1852; died 1, 1856




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7Levi S. Thomas, son of 6Beulah Stokes and Elwood Thomas, m. Sidney P. Walter, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
8Arthur H., b. 11-24, 1872



7Samuel C. Thomas, son of 6Beulah Stokes and Elwood Thomas, m. Josephine Risinger, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
                 8Elmer H. b. 11-3, 1870
                 8Bertha A., b. 7-3, 1872   m. 1897, Herbert Cable
                 8Beulah M., b. 6-23, 1874  m. 1898, John Allison
                 8Carrie E., b. 5-23, 1876  m. 1899, Howard Elverson.
                 8Bertha and Herbert have one child-  
				              9Josephine T., b. 7-24, 1900
                 8Buelah and John have one child-
				              9Priscilla, b. 7-11, 1900



7Robert P. Thomas, son of 6Beulah Stokes and Elwood Thomas, m. Susan McGrew, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Previious Page
                  8Benjamin J., b. 2-12, 1877
                  8Walter J., b. 5-1, 1878
                  8Gilbert E., b. 3-29, 1880 m. 1902, Rachel E. Bundy
                  8Charles b. 8-31, 1883              died 1-11, 1884
                  8Ernest B., b. 7-31, 1887



7Priscilla M. Gardiner, dau. of 6Hannah E. Wills and John Gardiner, m. Aaron N. Haines, son of Joseph Haines and Deborah Engle.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Joseph A., b.             m.       Rebecca S. Mulford
                 8J. Gardiner, b.           m.       Ellena Risley
                 8Hamilton, b.              m.       Rebecca Kaighn
                 8Mulford, b.               m.       Sarah Langly
                 8Avoline, b.                        died unmarried
                 8Hannah, b.                m.       Byron De Halstead
                 8Harrison, b.              m.       Annie Baker (?)



7Micajah W. C. Gardiner, son of 6Hannah E. Wills and John Gardiner, m. Margaret Edwards, dau. of Samuel Edwards and _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Albert, b.                         died unmarried
                 8Hannah F., b.                      unmarried
                 8S. Harrison, b.           m.       Elizabeth T. Haines
                 8Elizabeth E., b.                   unmarried




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77Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m. John E. Fenton, son of _____ _____.
Children were-
                8Frank G., b. 12-3, 1858   m. 8-15, 1889, Irene Boe
                8William b., 6-27, 1860    m. 6-19, 1889, Ella E. Woodruff
                8Elwood A., b. 3-19, 1863  m. 10-3, 1888, Nellie Moore
                8Albert O., b. 10-18, 1868                died 8-25, 1870



7Mary J. Riker, dau. of 8Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m. Samuel Smith, son of _____ _____. Children were-      For Parents See Page 258
                 8William b. 12-12, 1855             died 8-7, 1856



7Agnes S. Riker, dau. of 6Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m. James S. Barclay, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Page 258
                 8William D., b. 10-10, 1871
                 8James S., Jr., b. 8-10, 1873       died 1-2, 1875
                 8Rachel, b. 12-20, 1876



7Lucy A. Riker, dau. of 6Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m William H. Van Slyck, son of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Page 258
                 8William H., Jr., b. 1-27, 1872;    died 12-20, 1885
                 8George F., b. 1-26, 1874  m. 4-22, 1897, Edith Glenney



7Oliver S. Riker, son of 8Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m. Louise B. Smith, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Page 258
                 8Kathleen, R., b. 3-19, 1873
                 8Robert A., b. 7-27, 1876           died 7-29, 1877
                 8Harry A., b. 11-27, 1880           died 1-22, 1882



7Alice R. Riker, dau. of 6Rachel S. Stokes and William A. Riker, m. W. Edgar Mulford, son of ____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Page 258
                 8Lucy A., b. 9=19, 1871             died 12-30, 1874
                 8Beulah R., b. 6-23, 1873           died 7-20, 1874




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                 8W. Edgar, b. -1, 1876              died 5-23, 1876
                 8Grace L., b. 7-16, 1878            died 12-2, 1884
                 8Eva W., b. 1-19, 1882              died 5-15, 1882
                 8Jessie, b. 10-29, 1887             died 10-29, 1887



6Carlton P. Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Lydia Webster, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Samuel W., b.             m.       Margaret N. Thorp
7William C., b.            m.       Elizabeth Branson
7Sarah W., b.                       unmarried
7Isaac, b.                          unmarried
7George P., b.                      unmarried
7Louisa, b.                m.       Elizabeth K. Roberts



6 Samuel Stokes, son of 5 Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Lydia Fletcher, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Thomas, b.
7Jarvis, b.
7Rachel, b.
7Henry, b.



6I. Collins Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Mary Percival, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary, b.                  m.       Joseph Roberts
7Elizabeth, b.             m.       William Roberts
7Walter, P., b.            m.       Anna Taylor, 2d wife



6Ezra Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydai Collins, m. Martha Shreeve, dau. of Samuel Shreeve and Ann Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.                  m.       Joshua Barton
7Samuel b.                 m.       Milicent Buzby




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6Chalkley Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Mary Borton, dau. of Joseph Borton and Sarah Jessup.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Edwin Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Martha Andrews, dau of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Clara, b.                 m.       William Bonsall
7Cortland, b.              m.       Anna Adafer
7Edwin C., b.              m.       Edith Everman.



6Charles Stokes, son of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. Amy Wills (first wife), dau. of Amos Wills and Hannah Moore, his second wife.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Elizabeth C., b. 5-25, 1843 m.    Samuel Haines
7John W., b. 11-20, 1844     m.    Ann Woolman
7Charles French, b. 11-19, 1852;   died 8-7, 1855
See second wife, page 248


Samuel Haines who married 7Elizabeth C. Stokes was the son of Isaac I. Haines and Emeline Hooten. Isaac was the son of Samuel Haines and Elizabeth Inskeep, the dau. of Isaac Inskeep and Hannah. Samuel was the son of John Haines and Mary Shreeve. John was the son of Nathan Haines and Sarah Austin, whose ancestry see, page 162, in Mary Haines' ancestry.



Ann Woolman, the wife of 7John W. Stokes, was the dau. of Asher Woolman and Rachel Engle, the dau. of Obadiah Engle and Patience Cole, the dau. of Job Cole and Elizabeth Tomlin, whose ancestry see, page 240, in Aaron W. Engle's ancestry. Also the ancestry of Obadiah Engle.



6Elizabeth C. Stokes, dau. of 5Isaac Stokes and Lydia Collins, m. John Lowrey, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John, b.                  m.       Lavina Haines




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7 William ,b. 7 Edward, b. 7 Lydia, b.


Lavinia Haines, the wife of 7John Lowrey, was the dau. of Allen Haines and Lavinia Truitt, his first wife. Allen was the son of Josiah Haines and Rebecca Lippincott, the dau. of Moses Lippincott and Mary Hewlings, his first wife, the dau. of Joseph Hewlings and Elizabeth Langstaff, the widow of William Hammitt, and dau. of Laban Langstaff, the son of Laban Langstaff and Susannah Warrington, the progenitors of the Langstaff famiy. Joseph Hewlings was the son of Jacob Hewlings and Dorothy Eves, whose ancestry see, page 165, in Marmaduke Lippincott's ancestry. Moses Lippincott was the son of Aaron Lippincott and Elizabeth Tomlinson, the dau. of Ephraim Tomlinson, the son of Joseph Tomlinson and Elizabeth, the progenitors of that family. Aaron Lippincott was the son of James Lippincott and Anna Eves, the dau. of Thomas Eves and Anna. Thomas was the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor of the Eves family, who came from London. James was the son of Restore Lippincott and Hannah Shattock, his first wife. Restore was the son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, the progenitors of the Lippincott family. Josiah Haines was the son of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins, whose ancestry may be seen from Benjamin F. Shreeve's ancestry, page 245.


6Wilson Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson, his first wife, m. Elanor McKenney, dau. of Samuel McKenney and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William W., b.            m.       Mary Rogers
7Barclay, b.               m.       Hannah Beatty
7Charles, b.               m.       _____ Getty



6Beulah Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife), m. Mark Zelley, son of Daniel Zelley and Dorothy Stratton.
They had no children.     Link to Parents




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6Isaac W. Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wfie), m. Mary Ann Lippincott, dau. of Job Lippincott and Mary Stokes.
Mary Ann died leaving no children and 6 Isaac married Annie Cooper, dau. of Charles Cooper and _____ Hoopes.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Barclay W. Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife), m. Hannah Ann Haines, dau. of Caleb Haines and Hope Lippincott.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William H., b.            m.       Mary Tyler
7Mary, b. 
6Barclay died , and Hannah Ann married Andrew Griscom.



6Phebe M. Stokes, dau. of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife), m. Edward Brown, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward, b.                m.       Anna Goslin
Edward died, and Phebe married James Roberts
Children were- 7Mary Ann, b. m. Anthony Williams 7Anna, b. m. Henry Cochran



6Whitall Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife), m. Almira Carman, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Caroline, b.                       unmarried
7Stella, b.                         unmarried
7Alfred, b.                         unmarried



6Edwin H. Stokes, son of 5William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife), m. Matilda Kemble, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward C., b.                      unmarried
7Howard, b.                         unmarried




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EDWARD CASPER STOKES

Edward C. Stokes, son of Edwin H. and Matilda (Kemble) Stokes, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 12-22, 1860. He was educated in the public schools in Millville and at Brown University, Providence, R. I. He was elected City Superintendent of Public Schools in Millville in 1889, a position he held until 1898. He served as a member of Assembley from the second district of Cumberland county in 1891 and 1892. In the latter year, when he was only two years over the required age, he was elected Senator from Cumberland county; he was re-elected in 1895, and again in 1898, thus receiving a third term of office, an honor never before conferred on a Senator from that county. In 1895 he served as President of the Senate, and discharged the duties of that office with rare tact, ability and impartiality. During this eleven year's service as a legislator he made a brilliant record. He took a leading part in all matters of importnace, and as a debater he displayed much talent and ability. He was very active in bringing about the nomination of Foster M. Voorhees for Governor, and in the campaign which followed rendered effective service for the election of his friend and associate. In 1900 he was chosen Vice Chairman of the Republican State Committee, and in the campaign of the year following he took a prominent part in furthering the election of Franklin Murphy as Governor of New Jersey. In 1902 he came within four votes of the nomination for United States Senator to succeed the late General Sewell in a joint caucus held by the Republican Senators and Assemblymen on 1-23, 1902. Very few men who have entered upon legislative service in New Jersey have met with as much success as he. In the brief period of ten years, by sheer force of character, he carved his way to the front rank of leadership in his party. He was nominated for the office of Clerk in Chancery by Governor Voorhees on 3-22, 1901, and the nomination was at once confirmed by a unanimous vote of the Senate. His term of office is for five years, which will not expire until 3-30, 1906, and his salary is $6000 a year.
He is president of the Mechanics' National Bank of Trenton, from which he receives a large salary.

NOTE: This book was published in 1903, Edward C. Stokes was elected Governor of New Jersey in 1905 and served until 1908.




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6Mary Ann Lippincott, dau. of 5Mary Stokes and Job Lippincott, m. Isaac W. Stokes (first wife) son of William Stokes and Ann Wilson (his first wife).
6Mary Ann died leaving no children, and Isaac married Annie Cooper, dau. of Charles Cooper and _____ Hoopes.
They have no children.      Link to Parents



6Edwin Lippincott, son of 5Mary Stokes and Job Lippincott, m. Julia Culnan, dau. of _____ _____.
They had no children     Link to Parents



6Aubrey Hurley, son of 5Atlantic Stokes and Daniel Hurley, m. Jennie P. Jones, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7 Walter, B., b.                               died in minority
7 Mamie, b.                                    died unmarried



6Nathaniel B. Jones, son of 5Amy Barton and Isaac Jones, m. Lydia Healy, dau. of Christopher Healy and _____ ____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John B., b.               m.       Hannah Evans
7Christopher H., b. 8-8, 1846 m. 3-24, 1870, Rebecca Wilkins
7Isaac, b.                          died in minority
7William b,
7Nathaniel, b.
7Sarah H., b.                       deceased



Hannah Evans, the wife of 7John B. Jones, was the dau. of Amos Evans and Rachel Kaighn. Amos was the son of Jacob Evans and Elizabeth Snowden, the dau. of Isaac Snowden and Mary. Jacob was the son of Thomas Evans and Mary Eves, whose ancestry see, page 228, in George Matlack's ancestry.



Rebecca Wilkins, the wife of 7Christopher H. Jones, was the dau. of Samuel R. Wilkins and Hannah Haines, whose family see, page 230, for further ancestry of Samuel R. Wilkins and Hannah Haines.




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6Isaac Jones, son of 5Amy Barton and Isaac Jones, m. Mercy Healy, dau. of Christopher Healy and _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward, b. 9-25, 1851     m. 10-13, 1888, Rebecca Moore Ballinger
7Mary H., b. 5-27, 1853    m.              Franklin Roberts
7Henry Ely, b. 8-12, 1858                  died 9-20, 1875
7Annie W., b. 1-12, 1861                   died 9-8, 1861
7William N., b. 5-22, 1862                 died 8-11, 1863
7Walter M., b. 7-28, 1864  m. 4-28, 1887,  Isabella Maurice
7Alfred B., b. 5-22, 1867  m.              Mary Jones



Franklin Roberts, who married 7Mary H. Jones, was the son of Samuel H. Roberts and Abigail Ann Haines, whose family see, page 236, for further ancestry of Samuel H. Roberts and Abigail Ann Haines.



6Rebecca Jones, dau. of 5Amy Barton and Isaac Jones, m. John S. Stokes (his second wife), son of Caleb Stokes and Ruth Shinn.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John C., b. 7-4, 1850; unmarried
7Edith, b. 1852                     died 1-  , 1856
See John Stokes' family, page 259, for children by his first wife, Rachel Fletcher.



6Edwin Roberts, son of 5David Roberts and Rachel Hunt, m. Anna B. Passmoore, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary Elizabeth, b. 1857   m.            J. Theodore Wilson, 1st
                           m.            Alfred W. Summer, 2nd
7Howard Edwin, b.   1855   m.            Helen Ramsey
7Rebekah Evans, b. 1863    m.            Milne Ramsey
7Everett Passmore, b. 1852               died 8-18, 1876



6Susannah Roberts, dau. of 5David Roberts and Rachel Hunt, m. Jonathan G. Williams, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Esther, b.                m.       Edward Strawbridge
7Charles, b.               m.       Anna Taylor
7Mary,                              unmarried




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7George, b. m. Anna Rhoads 7Rachel, b. unmarried 7Susan, b. unmarried


6Joseph Barton, son of 5Joseph Barton and Rachel Evans, m. Susan Decou, dau. of Peter Decou.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles, b
7Mary, b.
7Joseph, b.



6Nathaniel Barton, son of 5Joseph Barton and Rachel Evans, m. Mary J. Haines, dau. of Abraham Haines and Ann Evans.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rachel E., b.             m.       John Hutchinson
7Anna, b.                           unmarried



6Rachel Barton, dau. of 5Joseph Barton and Rachel Evans, m. Charles Decou, son of Peter Decou and _____ _____.
They had no children     Link to Parents



6Sarah Stokes, dau. of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Samuel Leeds, Jr., son of Samuel Leeds and _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary, b.                  m.       James Thomas Mills
7Nathan, b.  
7Sarah, b.
The family went West.



6Dillwyn Stokes, son of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Julia Ann Braddock, dau. of William Braddock and Ann Rogers.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Frances, b.               m.       Douglas T. Carty
7Robert, b.                m.       Emma _____
7William ,b.               m.       Maggie Evans




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6Keturah B. Stokes, dau. of 5 Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Isaac Evans, son of Jacob Evans and Elizabeth Snowden.
They had no children.      Link to Parents



6Frances N. Stokes, dau. of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Alfred Collins, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Emma, b.                  m.       Henry Lounsberry
7Alwilda, b.               m.       _____ Faulkenburg
7Anna, b.                  m.       _____ Smith
7Stokes, b.                m.       _____ _____.



6Martha Stokes, dau. of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Joseph Bishop, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Maria, b.                 m.       Penrose Curtis
7Edgar, b.                 m.       _____ Worrell
7Randall, b.               m.       ____ _____.
7Joel, b.                  m.       _____ _____.
7Stokes, b.                m.       _____ _____.



6Hezekiah Stokes, son of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Mary Birdsall, dau. of Edward Birdsall and Grace Collins.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Edward, b.                m.       Alice Lemunyon
7Ella, b.                  m.       Franklin Simpkins



6Barzillia B. Stokes, son of 5Hezekiah Stokes and Frances Braddock, m. Elizabeth Howell, dau. of Arthur Howell and May Ann Brinton
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Laura, b.                 m.       Edward Wilton



7Darling Conrow, son of 5 Darling Conrow and Elizabeth Brown (second wife), m. Harriet Gillingham (first wife), dau. of _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Franklin G., b.
7Ridgway, b.




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7Henry L., b.
Harriet died, and Darling married Mary Engle (second wife), dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-
7Abram E., b.
7Elizabeth B., b.
7Harriet G., b.
7Sarah E., b.
7Thornton D., b.



6Jacob Jones, son of 5Elizabeth Stokes and John Jones, m. Rachel Jones (first wife), dau. of _____ _____.
Rachel died and 6Jacob married Letitia Jones, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Howard , b.
7 2 daughters.



6Esther Jones, dau. of 5Elizabeth Stokes and John Jones, m. Phineas Nixon, son of _____ _____.
They had on children.     Link to Parents
They went to North Carolina.



6Lydia Jones, dau. of 5Elizabeth Stokes and John Jones, m. Samuel Rogers, son of _____ _____.
They had no children.     Link to Parents



6Rebecca Ann Durell, dau. of 5Sybilla Stokes and Isaac Durell, m. Charles G. Evans, son of Isaac Evans and Esther Burr Bishop.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Albert Stokes, b. 2-28, 1841 m. 11-23, 1870, Catharine J. Reeves
7Mary Smith, b. 11-9, 1844    m. 7-27, 1866   William Slawter, Jr.
7Anna Sybilla, b. 2-10, 1849
7Elizabeth Sybrand, b. 12-2, 1852;            died 10-19, 1861



6Albert Stokes Evans, son of 5Rebecca Ann Durell and Charles G. Evans, m. Catharine J. Reeves, dau. of _____ _____.      For Parents See Above




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Children were-
7 Rebecca, Anna, b. 7-4, 1897



7Mary Smith Evans, dau. of 6Rebecca Ann Durell and Charles Gaskill Evans, m. William Slawter, Jr., son of William Slawter and _____ _____.
Children were-      For Parents See Above
8William Hilbert, b. 8-12, 1869 m. 6-1, 1892, Phebe Kellum, dau. of Ziba Kellum and _____ _____.



6John S. Lippincott, son of 5Collins Lippincott and Amy Shoemaker, m. Susan S. Lippincott, dau. of Joseph E. Lippincott and Sarah Albertson. 7Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph C., b.



6Albertson C. Lippincott, son of 5Joseph E. Lippincott and Sarah Albertson, m. Elizabeth A. Bodine, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary ,b.                  m.       D. Morris Haines
7Joseph, b.                         died unmarried
Elizabeth died and 6 Albertson married Buelah A. Cassaday,, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were- 7Charles C., b.



6Susan S. Lippincott, dau. of 5Joseph E. Lippincott and Sarah Albertson , m. John S. Lippincott, son of Collins Lippincott and Amy Shoemaker.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Joseph C., b.



6Freedom Lippincott, son of 5Jacob Lippincott and Beulah C. Beatty, m. Lettice Woolston, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John P., b.               m.       Anna H. Deacon
7Jacob C., b.              m.       Annie Kirkbride
7Freedom C., b.                     unmarried
7Israel, b.                         died in minority
7George, b.                         died in minority




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6George E. Lippincott, son of 5 Jacob C. Lippincott and Beulah C. Beatty, m. Jane Quinby, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Emily S., b.              m.       Caleb S. Middleton, M. D.
7Robert C., b.             m.       Cynthia S. Mather
7Beulah S., b.             m.       J. Howard Mitchell
7Annie P., b.              m.       John O. Foering
7Mary N., b.



6Elizabeth Dillon, dau. of 5Rachel Lippincott and James Dillon, m. Henry Shinn, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mordecai, b.
Henry died, and 6 Elizabeth married Japheth Bowker, son of Japheth Bowker and Elizabeth Haines.
No children by second marriage


6Ann Dillon, dau. of 5Rachel Lippincott and James Dillon (first husband), m. Abram Merritt, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary, b.                           died unmarried
Abram died, and 6Ann married Henry Scott
Children were- 7Abram, b. m. _______ _____.



6Charles Stokes, son of 5Joseph Stokes and Rachel Matlack, m. Matilda Hutchinson, dau. of Thomas Hutchingson and Esther.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William, b.                        died in infancy
7George S., b.                      died in infancy
7David L., b.                       died in infancy
7Charles L, b. 12-15, 1863 m.       Minnie M. Miller
Matilda died and 6Charles married Ann Eliza Walton
No children by second marriage.



7Charles L. Stokes and Minnie M. Miller's children were-      For Parents See Above
                 8Vera, b. 7-29, 1886
                 8Edna, b. 5-17, 1894




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6Samuel Stokes Hillman, son of 5Esther Stokes and Daniel E. Hillman, m. Rebecca Ford, dau. of John Ford and _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7John Ford, b. 12-18, 1841 m.       Kate Sorver, dau. of Robert Sorver and Emma Davis.
7Herbert, b.               m. 11-14, 1888, Alice Street, dau. of Edward Street and _____ _____.
7Robert S., b.                             died 4-11, 1898
7Helen, b.                 m.              Walter Babcock
7Charles H., b. 8-14, 1846 m.              Jennie Peyton, dau. of Col. John Peyton and Jane Peterson
7Benjamin Reeves, b. 12-29, 18__, m.       Lizzie Andrews
7Clara R., b. 8-13, 1848                   died 1-14, 1902, unmarried



6Joseph C. Stokes, son of 5Joseph Stokes and Rachel Matlack, m. Mary R. Higbee, dau. of Hugh Higbee and Rebecca _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Alice C., b. 9-20, 1854            died 4-5, 1868
7Mary R., b. 1-4, 1859              died 11-15, 1862



7Elizabeth C. Haines, dau. of 6Beulah Haines and Charles Haines, m. Howard Parry, son of William Parry and Alice Stokes
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Susanna Haines, b. 10-6, 1885
8Beulah Haines, b. 3-15, 1887



6John Brooks, son of 5Susannah Garwood and John Brooks, m. Mary Woolman, dau. of _____ ______
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Susan, b.                 m.       Edward Partridge
7Sarah, b.                 m.       Elwood Joyce



6Sarah Brooks, dau. of 5Susannah Garwood and John Brooks, m. John Peacock, son of John Peacock and Mary Prickitt
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Alicenia, b.              m.       Hudson Prickitt
7Susan G., b.              m.       Dudley Ballinger, 2nd wife
7John B., b.               m.       _____ Marshall
7Noah H., b.               m.       Amanda Woolston, 1st wife
                           m.       Rebecca Rowand, 2nd wife 




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Hudson Prickitt, who married 7Alicenia Peacock, was the son of Isaac Prickitt and Dorothy Joyce, the dau. of Daniel Joyce and Dorothy. Isaac was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Mary Peacock, the dau. of John Peacock and Susanna Ballinger, the dau. of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor. John was the son of John Peacock and Elizabeth Prickitt, the dau. of Zackariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family. John Peacock was the son of John Peacock, the progenitor of that family, from Scotland.
Jacob Prickitt was the son fo Barzilla Prickitt and Sarah Sharp, the dau. of William Sharp and Hannah, his second wife. William was the son of John Sharp and Elizabeth Paine, his first wife, the dau. of John Paine, of Burlington, New Jersey, the progenitor of the Paine family. John Sharp was the son of William Sharp, the progenitor of the English Sharp family, who came from Northamptonshire, England. Barzilla Prickitt was the son of Jacob Prickitt and Hannah. Jacob was the son of Zackariah Prickitt and Ellipha, the progenitors of the Prickitt family, who settled in Northampton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.



Dudley Ballinger, who married 7Susan G. Peacock, was the son of Thomas E. Ballinger and Hope Oliphant, the dau. of Shinn Oliphant and Hope Eayre, the dau. of Habakkuk Eayre and Mary. Habakkuk was the son of Richard Eayre and Elizabeth, the progentiors of the Eayre family. Shinn Oliphant was the son of Jonathan Oliphant and Mary. Thomas E. Ballinger was the son of Jacob Ballinger and Martha Eves, the dau. of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, whose ancestry see, page 228, in George Matlack's ancestry. Job Ballinger was the son of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley. Thomas was the son of Joshua Ballinger and Naomi Dunn. Joshua was the son of Thomas Ballinger, the progenitor



Amanda Woolston, the first wife of 7Noah G. Peacock, was the dau. of Robert H. Woolston, the son of Samuel Woolston and Hannah Haines, the dau. of Robert Haines and Rachel Venicomb, whose ancestry see, page 224, in Sarah Haines' ancestry. Samuel Woolston was the son of Samuel Woolston and Cyllania.




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Rebecca Rowand, the second wife of 7Noah H. Peacock, was the dau. of Joseph F. Rowand and Nancy Butterworth. Joseph F. was the son of William Rowand and Lettice Wills, the dau. of James Wills and Elizabeth French, the dau. of Charles French and Ann Clement, the dau. of Jacob Clement and Ann Harrison. Jacob was the son of James Clement and Sarah Field, the dau. of Benjamin Field and Elizabeth. James was the son of James Clement and Jane, who came form Middlesex, England. James was the son of Gregory Clement, who sat with others in judgment upon King Charles I, and was executed with some of those who sat in judgment.
Charles French was the son of Charles French and Elanor. Charles was the son of Thomas French and Jane. Thomas was the son of Thoms French and Sarah. Thomas was the son of Robert French and Hannah, the progenitors of the French family, who landed at Burlington, N.J. in 1680. James Wills was the son of Micajah Wills and Rebecca Hewlings, whose ancestry see, page _________ Wills ancestry.



7Sarah N. Bowne, dau. of 6Edward Bowne and Elizabeth Woodward, m. David T. Haines, son of David Haines and Deborah Troth
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Elizabeth b.,             m.       Joseph Matlack
                 8Annie, b.                 m.       Isaac Lippincott
                 8Emily, b.                          unmarried



Joseph Matlack, who married 6Elizabeth Haines, was the son of George Matlack and Mariana Roberts. See George Matlack's ancestry, page 228. Mariana Roberts was the dau. of Allen Roberts and Mary Haines, whose family see, page 227, for further ancestry of Allen Roberts, and page 104, for ancestry of Mary Haines.



Isaac Lippincott, who married 8Annie Haines, was the son of Josiah Lippincott and Louisa Aaronson, the dau. of Charles Aaronson. Josiah was the son of Isaac Lippincott and Lydia Matlack, whose ancestry see, page 227, in Miriam and Mary Lippincott's ancestry.




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7Rebecca W. Bowne, dau. of 5Edward Bowne and Elizabeth Woodward, m. Israel S. Deacon, son of Henry C. Deacon and Elizabeth Stokes
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Edward B., b.             m.       Rachel Jones
                 8Eugene, b.                m.       Helen Lippincott
                 8Eva, b.                   m.       Newlin Haines
                 8Anna, b.                  m.       C. William Snyder



Newlin Haines, who married 8Eva Deacon, was the son of Samuel Haines and Mary. Samuel was the son of Ezra Haines and Phebe Pierce, his second wife. See page 129, for further ancestry of Ezra Haines.


Rachel Jones, the wife of 8Edward Deacon, was the dau. of Barclay Jones and Mary Haines, the dau. of Empson Haines and Rachel Buzby, the dau. of Joseph Buzby and Beulah. Empson was the son of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Kirby, the dau. of Benjamin Kirby and Rachel. Benjamin Haines was the son of Benjamin Haines and Elizabeth Roberts (his first wife), whose ancestry will be seen, page 122, in Charles Haines' ancestry. Barclay Jones was the son of Allen Jones and Miriam Pope. Allen was the son of William Jones and Sarah Webster, whose ancestry see, page 207, in Lillian Jones' ancestry.


6James Middleton Stokes, son of 5Samuel Stokes and Amy Middleton, m. Maria T. Cox, dau. of _____ _____, 3-2, 1842.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7William Cox, b. 2-23, 1843; Killed at the storming of Missionary Ridge, 11-25, 1863
7Samuel Gibert, b. 5-30, 1847 m. 10-14, 1868 Caroline A. Withrow  
Children were- 8Jesse Maria, b. 3-19, 1870 m. John C. Yager, D. D.; 8Arthur Edward, b. 11-22, 1878 m. Lillian Kenworthy 7James Monroe, b. 9-30, 1851 m. 2-3, 1877 Elizabeth A. James
Children were 8William Ernest, b. 3-11, 1878 8Irene Leta, b. 5-20, 1892 8Paul James, b. 10-15, 1894.




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SAMUEL STOKES

5Samuel Stokes, the twelfth child of 4 Jarvis Stokes and Elizabeth Rogers, page 101, was born in Rancocas, Burlington County, New Jersey, August the 13th, 1794.

In his early boyhood he was apprenticed to his brother-in-law, Abel Haines, where he acquired his trade of a thorough blacksmith. This was his occupation up to the last five years of his life.

In 1814 he married Amy Middleton and began house-keeping in Burlington, New Jersey, and where their three children were born. James Middleton Stokes, born August the 8th, 1815; Elizabeth Ann, born January the 19th, 1817; Sarah W., born October the 31st, 1819. In 1823 he brought his family to Ohio and began work at his trade in Lebanon, Warren County. An incident occurred while there in connection with the famous Thomas Corwin that is of interest. "Uncle Sam's" mail was carried through Lebanon on Sunday, and the carrier's horse having cast a shoe he applied at the house to have Samuel Stokes to shoe his horse, the animal having became so lame he could not proceed. While fittting the shoe Elder Lowrie, going by the shop on his way to church, stopped and told him that he was desecrating the Sabbath day, and that he would have him (Stokes) arrested. Without fear of the result, he completed his task. But on the following morning a constable came with a warrant for his arrest.

Mr. Cowrin was immediately consulted, and he told Mr. Stokes to return to his work, leaving the case in his charge. The result was that the case was never called. After living in Lebanon two years he removed to Trenton, Butler County.

In 1825 he was elected a lieutenant in the Social Rifle Company, then organized in that village. After remaining in Trenton four years he removed to Jacksonborough, where he resided the remainder of his life. The elder daughter, Elizabeth, married John Sherwood. To this union one daughter wsa given, who lived to the age of sixteen years, the mother having died November 27, 1843. The second daughter, Sarah W., died at the age of twenty-four years, unmarried. Mr. Stokes held the office of Township Treasurer for two years. He was a self-made man,




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for, although he received some assistance from his father, he was so unfortunate as to lose it all before coming West. He was raised a Quaker, but married out of the church, and never applied for admission.

Being genial, he had many friends. Of a strong, sturdy habit, he was a man possessing unusual strength of body. Wile working on the farm, during the last five years of his life, it was his daily custom to walk two miles distant back and forth to the farm.

After a brief illness he died October 13, 1874.

J.M.S.



JAMES MIDDLETON STOKES

James Middleton Stokes, eldest child of Samuel Stokes and Amy (Middleton) Stokes, was born in Burlington, New Jersey, August the 8th, 1815.

He learned the blacksmith trade from his father while living in Jacksonborough, Ohio, and followed that occcupation for twenty-two years. He married Maria T. Cox, March the 2nd, 1842, and lived in the above village, where their children were born, until 1855, when he removed to the farm where he still resides. Mr. Stokes has fulfilled the duties of township clerk for thirty-one years, as well as that of other offices. He was real estate appraiser for his township in 1890, being at that time seventy-five years of age. He is still active, and fond of relating his many reminiscences of by-gone times.

To this couple were born three sons. The eldest, William Cox, was born Feb. 23, 1843. He volunteered August 31, 1861, in Co. C., 35th O.V.I., and became third sergeant in his company. He took part in the battles of Perryville and Chickamauga, as well as other engagements. He was killed at the storming of Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25th, 1863. Samuel Gilbert, the second son, was born May 30th, 1847, and has always lived upon the home farm. he married Caroline A. Withrow, Oct. 14th, 1868, and to them were born two children: Jesse Maria, born March 19th, 1870, married John C. Yager, D. D.




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S. Pavola, Kansas, who departed this life Sept. 26th, 1901.

The second child, Arthur Edward, was born Nov. 22d, 1878, married Lillian Kenworthy. At the present time living with his parents.

The third son of James Middleton Stokes and Maria (Cox) Stokes, was James Monroe, born Sept. 30th, 1851, married Elizabeth A. James, Feb. 3rd, 1877.

To them were born three children: William Ernest, March 11th, 1878, A. B., Miami University, 1899. Irene Leta, born May 20th, 1892, and Paul James, born Oct. 15th, 1894.

James Middleton Stoies and Maria T. (Cox) Stokes, celebrated their "golden wedding," March 2d, 1892. The neighbors making this a day for an annual gathering for ten years, up to the sixtieth anniversary, when this loving tie was broken, when Maria T. Stokes passed onward, May 20th, 1902.

J. M. S.



6Caroline Stokes, dau. of 5Joseph Stokes and Rachel Matlack, m. Emmor Comly, son of John Comly and Rebecca _____.
They had no children.     Link to Parents
The above John Comly was a minister, and the author of Comly's Spelling Book.


6Mary Stokes, dau. of 5Joseph Stokes and Rachel Matlack, m. Charles Bond, son of Jesse Bond and Hannah ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Caroline S., b. 1-20, 1844 m.      Jonathan W. Knight, son of William Knight and Elizabeth.
7Hannah C., b. 4-20, 1845           unmarried
7Mary Elizabeth, b. 5-2, 1851       died 8-21, 1852
7Mary Emma, b. 8-28, 1853           died 8-27, 1871
7William S., b. 4-12, 1855          unmarried
7Charles S., b. 12-17, 1857 m.      Anna Matilda Duffield, dau. of Edwin M. Duffield and Martha.
7Joseph R., b. 12-20, 1859  m.      Emma Louisa Smith, dau. of Quimby  Smith and Elizabeth.
They had one child, E. Quimby, b. 7-26, 1889.




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6Elizabeth M. Stokes, dau. of 5Joseph Stokes and Rachel Matlack, m. George W. Comly, son of William Comly and Hannah.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Rachel S., b. 1-27, 1849  m.       _____Rue (now a widow)
7WilliamB., b. 5-10, 1850           died 9-9,1860
7Mary Emma, b. 5-14, 1852  m.       Charles Parry Martindale
7George W., b. 9-14, 1857



7Mary Emma Comly, dau. of 6Elizabeth M. Stokes and George W. Comly, m..Charles P. Martindale, son of Charles Matindale and Phebe.
Children were-      For Parents See Above
                 8George Comly, b. 12-17, 1873



7Charles Stokes, son of 6Jarrett Stokes and Martha Hilyard, m. Helena Pelletier, dau. of Windas Pelletier and Constance, 6-12, 1890
Children were-     Link to Parents
            8Constance, b. 3-13, 1891
            8Pelletier, b. 7-13, 1893
            8Hilyard R., b. 8-31, 1896
            8Martha H., b. 8-29, 1902



6Elizabeth Butterworth, dau. of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Samuel Smith, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Charles B., b.            m.       Mary Gallagher
7Mary b.,                  m.       Anthony J. Morris



6Joseph B. Buttterworth, son of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Sarah Murrell, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Sallie, b.                m.       Newton Penn
7Josephine, b.             m.       Rev. Hector McClain
7Augustus, b.              m.       Lizzie Campbell
7Mary, b.                           unmarried
7Clara, b.                          unmarried



6Rachel Butterworth, dau. of 5Esther Stokes and Joseph E. Butterworth, m. Benajah Woodward, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Esther, b.                m.       Enoch Hollingshead, M. D.




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CHARLES STOKES

Charles Stokes, of Beverly, Burlington Co., New Jersey, the second son of Jarrett and Martha (Hilyard) Stokes, is one of the best known and most prominent residents of his county; and his extensive experience in business and professional affairs has brought him in contact with men in every walk of life, and every section of New Jersey; throughout which he is esteemed as a representative citizen.

He was born in one of the historic homesteads of the eminent Colonial Stokes family; his career in life has been in keeping with the spirit and moral of his youthful education. He was fortunate in "his choice of parents" for he reflects the masculine attributes of a father renowned for his ability, for his lofty and practical ideals in both religious and civil affairs.

Endowned with the practical, with much common sense, he is gifted in a high degree with an analytical and synthetic intellect that readily penetrates the fabric of any complicated problem that presents itself for his solution. Understanding the universal laws that govern all progress and evolution, and being well grounded in the fundamental principles that underlie all true science, economics, philosophy and religion, it is not surprising that he is found in the front ranks of those regulators of society, who very often and unconsciously martyr themselves for the truth they know.

Charles Stokes has most harmoniously blended with his altruistic, democratic and progressive nature, the feminine and moderating essence of his mother's pure spirituality and moral example.

These characteristics combining in one personality and properly blended, make of the possessor one to be respected, admired, and loved.

Socially, he is unassuming in manner, yet dignified, of warm heart and upright sentiments; he is genial, full of the sunshine of life, and always a welcome guest around the festive board.

He is cordial and frank, and has the happy faculty of unconsciously attracting those who become his firm friends and staunch champions.

In politics he is Democratic in the true sense of the word, like his venerable grandfather. He has the unbounded confidence




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not only of the leading spirits of his own party, but also of all opposing parties, who respect him for his sincerity, and admire him for his earnestness.

While aggressive in his advocacy of the principles of the party with which he is identified, yet he places partisanship beneath the partiotism of the advanced citizen. He is a fluent and forceful speaker, conservative and convincing in argument without being vindictive; a profound thinker, never advocating a measure until fully satisfied of its moral conclusion.

He has frequently been tendered positions of high political preferment, which he invariably declined, preferring to remain the plain citizen, the helpful director in party work which others might aspire to, for its honors and emoluments.

In religion, he is a member of the religious Society of Friends, yet, while adhering to the fundamental teaching of that time-honored, and universally respected people, he is in no sense the orthodox partisan of any particular custom, ceremony, or form of worship; his religious throught is broad enough to embrace the whole human family, and charitable enough to cast the mantle of compassion and love, over the mistakes and shortcomings of others.

In summing up, it may truthfully be said of Charles Stokes, he is one of "Nature's true noblemen".

H. S.



7Stacy C. Prickitt, son of 6Elizabeth Garwood and Stacy Prickitt, m. Jennie Davis, dau. of Samuel Davis and Emeline Haines.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Clifford Davis, b.
8George Lewis, b.



7Joanna S. E. Prickitt, dau. of 6Elizabeth Garwood and Stacy Prickitt, m. Daniel W. Geist, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
                 8Richard Clement, b.                died unmarried
                 8Carlton, P., b.                    unmarried
                 8Elizabeth, b.                      died in infancy.




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6Thomas Black, son of 5Lydia Newbold and John Black, m. Mary Grey Wood, dau. of ____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Mary Grey, b.             m.       Charles Wills
They had two children; 8William and a 8daughter. 7Edward, b. m. Hannah Springer 7Matilda, b. m. Charles Mickle 7John b. died unmarried 7Thomas,b died unmarried 7William, b. m. _____ Black



6Mary Ann Black, dau. of 5Lydia Newbold and John Black, m. Thomas Murdock, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7Anna, b.                           died unmarried
7Two daughters, b.                  died unmarried



6Susan Newbold, dau. of 5Samuel Newbold and Mary Hough, m. Jacob Bunting, son of Samuel Bunting and Mary Foulke.
They had no children      Link to Parents


6Sarah Taylor, dau. of 5Mary Newbold and Anthony Taylor, m. Dr. _____ Allen, son of _____ _____.
They had no children. Dr. Allen had two sons by a former wife.     Link to Parents


6George Lawrence, son of 5Hannah Newbold and John B. Lawrence, m. Mary Ann Lawrence, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents 7Two sons, b. marriage unknown


6Newbold Lawrence, son fo 5Hannah Newbold and John Lawrence, m. Anna _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
7One son, b.                        marriage unknown
7Three daus.     b.                 marriage unknown




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7Mary Elizabeth Roberts, dau. of 6Edwin Roberts and Anna B. Passmore, m. J. Theodore Wilson, son of _____ _____.
J. Theodore died leaving no children, and 7Mary Elizabeth married Alfred W. Sumner.     Link to Parents
Children were-
8John Newman, b.
8Anna Passmore, b.
8Edwin Roberts, b.
8Alfred Wright, b.



7Howard Edwin Roberts, son of 6Edwin Roberts and Anna, B. Passmore, m. Helen Ramsey, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Harold Edwin, b.
8Helen Magurite, b.
8Paul Ramsey, b.



7Rebekah Evans Roberts, dau. of 6Edwin Roberts and Anna B. Passmore, m. Milne Ramsey, son of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Beatrice, b.,
8Dorothy, b.
8Alexander, b.
8Hilda, b.
8Felix, b.
8Milne, b.



7Samuel Conrow, son of John Conrow and 6Lydia Moore, m. Hannah W. Alaway, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-     Link to Parents
8Horace, b.                m.       Ella R. Fitzell
8Henry, b.                 m.       Elizabeth Lippincott
8Josephine, b.                      died unmarried
8Charles, b.                        died unmarried
8Hannah Irene, b.                   died unmarried
8Emma L., b.               m.       Frank T. Morton
8Mary H., b.               m.       Walter M. Voorhees
8Ella W., b.                        unmarried
8Horaces's children are-9William and 9Charles.  
8Henry's children are 9Harry, 9Mildred and 9Ralph
8Emma's children are- 9Charles M. and 9Josephine S.




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GENEALOGICAL NOTES
Giving the Progenitors of Families that have intermarried with the Stokes Family.

WILLIAM THORNE.

William Thorne, of Dorsetshire, England, was made freeman at Lynn, Mass., May the 2d, 1638, and in the same year had "30 and ten" acres of land apportioned to him there. In 1645 he was in Flushing, Long Island, the original patent of that town being granted by the Dutch Governor, the Hon. William Keift, to him and seventeen others. "Oct. 19th, 1645," as shown in Onderdonk's Manuscript Records in the Long Island Historical Society.

In 1646 William Thorne was granted a platation lot in Gravesend, L. I. In 1657 he was one of the proprietors of Jamica, L. I. which had been conveyed to the white settlers in 1656.

His wife's name was probably Sarah (there being no record of it), as the name Sarah occurs in the families of his two sons. The sons also, in 1712, owned a sloop, "The William and Sarah".

There is but little doubt that William was the ancestor of the Thorne family in the United States-the late emigrants excepted. William Thorne had four sons and one daughter, as follows: William Jr., born 4-7, 1632, in Dorsetshire, England, who deceased in 1688; 2John, 2Joseph, 2Samuel and 2Susannah.

In the census of Hempstead, L. I., in 1673, we find an enumeration of William Thorn and his children. From census of 1683, 1 William Thorn, Jr,., had "150 acres of land, 2 horses, 2 oxen, 2 cows and 3 hogs.

William Thorn, Jr., married Winifred Kay. He died in 1688, and was buried in the burying ground on the hill just above his residence, at Hempstead, Long Island, on the original homestead, which is yet owned by one of the descendants of the family. William, Jr., left a widow, Winifred, and children 3Richard, 3Joseph, 3William, 3Elizabeth and 3Margaret. Winifred was buried at Flushing, L. I., February 20th, 1713. 3Joseph Thorn married Mary Bowne, born 1660, dau. of John Bowne, a prominent Friend, who was "banished to Holland in 1662, for his religon and harboring Quakers, " returning again in 1664. John Bowne was born at Matlack, Derbyshire, England, 5-25, 1595. John Bowne's wife was Hannah Feake, the dau. of Robert Feake, of Watertown, Mass. In 1682, he owned and lived on a plantation at Middle-



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town, Monmouth county, New Jersey, having removed from Long Island.



Joseph Thorn and Mary Bowne's children were-

Hannah b. 8-26-1680 m. Thomas Field, of Flushing.
Joseph Jr. b. 7-22-1682 m. Catharine Smith (a widow)
William, b. 9-7-1684 m. Mary Fitz Randolph 1729
Mary, b. 6-22-1686 m. John Shotwell, 1709
Susannah, b. 8-5-1688; m. Eliakin Hedger
John b. 8-5-1690, m. Ann Hinchman, dau. of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison of L.I. (correction 4)
Thomas, b. 1-1-1692/3 m. Letitia Hinchman dau. of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison of L. I. (see correction 4, above)
Benjamin b. 11-6-1694 m. Sarah Balding
Abraham, b. 7-1-1696 m. Mary Shotwell, 1717.
Isaac, b. 9-4-1698 m. Hannah Haight
Jacob, b. 3-20-1700 m. Susannah Shotwell, 1723
Sarah, b. 11-20-1702 m. James Jackson Jr. 1726
Mary, the widow of Joseph, died at Woodbridge, N.J., 1728

J.S. Middleton



JOHN HINCHMAN

In the year 1675, a census being taken in Flushing, Long Island, John Hinchman was found to be the owner of twenty five acres of land, two horses, four oxen, four cows, two colts four hogs and forty sheep.

In the year 1698, another census was taken of the same place, which shows the nativity of the residents, and among the French settlers we have the names of John Hinchman, Sarah, his wife, and their children, as follows: John, James, Mercy, Mary and Sarah, and a negro slave belonging to John Hinchman; also the names of Thomas Hinchman, Miriam, his wife; and two children, Thomas and Sarah. We also find the same of Robert Hinchman in the list of freeman. (correction 4)

In 1699, John Hinchman purchased one thousand acres of land in Newton Township, Gloucester County, N.J., of John Hugg, Jr., and Priscilla, his wife. John Hinchman, in his removal from Long Island, bought slaves and other personal.




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property with him to New Jersey. He dealt in real estate, and located several surveys in Gloucester County, N.J. His wife was Sarah Harrison, the dau. of Samuel Harrison, whom he married while a resident of Long Island. He died in 1721, leaving a will.
John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison's children were-
John Jr., b.                         m.        Sarah      1st  (correction 4)
                                    Elizabeth Smith 2nd (widow)
Joseph, b.                           m.        Phebe
Jacob, b.                            m.        Abigail Harrison
James, b.                            m.        Keziah _____
Sarah, b.                            m.        Thomas Bispham
Jane, b.                             m.        _____ Jones
Letitia, b.                          m.        Thomas Thorne
Ann, b.                              m.        John Thorne
Abigail, b.                          m.        John Kaighn 1st.
                                     m.        Samuel Harrison 2nd
William, b.                                    after death of his father.



Letitia Hinchman, dau. of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison, m. Thomas Thorn, son of Joseph Thorne and Mary Bowne.
Children were -
Thomas, b. 1-10-1739, m. Abigail Burrough
Hannah, b.                           m.        George Turner, 1st
                          m. Noah Haines, 2nd
Abigail, b.                          m.        Melchizedeck Peacock.
Sarah, b.                            m.        Jacob Burrough



Ann Hinchman, dau. of John Hinchman and Sarah Harrison, m. John Thorne, son of Joseph Thorne and Mary Bowne.
Children were-
Mary, b.                             m.        John Glover, 1751
John and Ann Thorne settled between King's Run and Little Timber Creek in 1702. He purchased 262 acres of land of John Reading, where he settled. John deceased in 1768.




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HUGH COWPERTHWAIT

Hugh Cowperthwait, a native of England, was born in 1648, and emigrated to Long Island in 1674, and settled at Flushing, where he followed tailoring and taught school. He acquired considerable estate.

He was a minister of good repute in the Society of Friends, as appears from the minutes of Flushing monthly meetings-"A substancial friend, a minister for nearly forty years, and universally beloved." He deceased May the 20th, 1730, and by the minutes of the meeting at Flushing he devised to that body a legacy of 100. He married first, in England, Elizabeth ______, who died at Flusing, Long Island, December 5th, 1697. In February, 1698, he obtained a certificate to travel in the New England States, and whilst there married his second wife, Elizabeth _____, who died August 27th, 1707.

The children of Hugh Cowperthwait and Elizabeth, his first wife, were-
John, b.                              m. 1-1-1690, Sarah Adams of Flushing, LI.
Hugh, b.                              m. 1709, Grace Burling 1st.
                                      m. 1731, _____ ______ 2nd



John Cowperthwait and Sarah, his wife, removed to Chester, Burlington county, N.J. , prior to 1700.
Children were:
Thomas                                m.       Mary Burden
John,                                 m.       Rachel Stokes
Hugh, b.                              m.       Kesiah Atkinson
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       Abraham Shadwell
Susanna, b.                           m.       William Webster
Hannah, b.                            m.       Francis Hogshead
Deborah, b.                           m.       Ambrose Copeland.

John deceased in 1732. Will proved Dec. 30th, 1732, and dated the 4th of the same month.



Thomas Cowperthwait, son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams, m. Mary Burden, dau. of _____ _____
Children were:
Thomas, b.                            m. 8-26-1761, Mary Willis
William, b.                           m. 2-4, 1767, Hope Shreeve, 1st wife.




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William b.                            m.       Hope Lippincott 2d. wife
Hugh b.                               m. 1772  Rebecca Roberts
Job, b.                               m. 1777  Anna Vickers
Phebe, b.                             m.       Samuel Andrews
Mary, b.                              m.       John Killie
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       John Dewall
Thomas died 1781. Will proved August 27, 1781



John Cowperthwait, son of John Cowperthwait and Sarah Adams, m. Rachel Stokes, dau. of Thomas Stokes and Rachel Wright, his first wife.
Children were-
Joseph, b.                                     Colonel in Revolutionary War
Samuel b.                                      went to Philadelphia
Jacob, b.                                      went to New Orleans; had three daughters
Sarah, b.                             m.       Josiah Prickitt 1st
                           m.       John Gill 2d.



Thomas Cowperthwait, son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary Burden, m. Mary Willis, dau. of _____ _____.
Children were-
Thomas, b.                            m.       Elizabeth Bassett
Samuel, b.
Mark, b. 



Hugh Cowperthwait, son of Thomas Cowperthwait and Mary Burden, m. Rebecca Roberts, dau. of Joshua Roberts and Rebecca Stokes.
Children were-
Mary, b.
Hannah b,
Rebecca, b.                           m.       John Evans, son of Enoch Evans and Mary Wilcox.
Thomas, b.                            m.       Hannah Ballinger, dau. of Thomas Ballinger and Susannah Dudley.
Phebe, b.                             m.       Benjamin Hunt, son of John Hunt and Esther Warrington.
Deborah, b.                           m.        _____ Copp, M.D.




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TIMOTHY HANCOCK

Timothy Hancock, the progenitor of the Hancock family, came from Brayles, Warwickshire, England, in the ship "Paradise," in 1681, and settled on the Pensauken creek, Chester township, Burlington county, N.J., on a tract of land adjoining William Matlack (his brother-in-law), after his marriage with Rachel Furman in 11mo. 1684.

Timothy Hancock and Rachel Firman's children were-
Elizabeth, b. 12-27,1686;             m.       Robert Braddock
Mary, b. 3-29, 1688, 
Sarah, b. 1-3,1690;                   m.       Thomas Smith
Ann, b. 8-11,1691;                    m.       Mark Stratton 10-10-1713
Rachel died, and Timothy married Susanna Ives (?) dau. of _____ _______
Children were-
John, b. 6-11-1693
Hannah, b. 6-25, 1695;                m.       Emmanuel Stratton



Ann Hancock, dau. of Timothy Hancock and Rachel Firman (his first wife), m. Mark Stratton, son of William Stratton, of Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
Children were-
Daniel, b.                            m.       Mary ______
David, b.                             m.       Mary Elkinton
Isaac, b.                        
John b.                               m.       Ann ______
Enoch, b.                             m.       Amy Elkinton
Ruth, b.                              m.       Thomas Shinn
Ann, b.                               m.       Henry Sharp, 2d wife
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       William Berry
Jane, b.                              m.       John Norcross



Hannah Hancock, dau. of Timothy Hancock, and Susanna _____ his second wife). m. Emanuel Stratton, son of William Stratton, of Stratford-upon-Avon.
Children were-
Emanuel, b.                           m.       Mary Joyce
Jacob, b.
Mary, b.
Martha, b.




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SAMUEL COLE

Samuel Cole and Elizabeth, his wife, the progenitors of the Cole family, came from "Cole's Hill", Hertfordshire, England. He was a hatter by trade and plied his calling after his arrival in New Jersey. He first located on Cooper's creek and the Delaware river, where he erected a dwelling. He sold a part of the survey to Henry Wood, and soon afterward sold the balance of the survey, with the buildings and improvements. He then purchased five hundred acres of land of Jeremiah Richards, on the Pensaukin creek, near the settlement of William Matlack, and Timothy Hancock, and called it "New Orchard", and permanently settled there. He added to his first purchase several adjoining surveys, and at the time of his death was the owner of considerable more than one thousand acres of land; a part of the same still remains in the Cole family. He went to England to arrange some unsettled business, and on his return the vessel made a call at Barbadoes, where he was taken sick, died and was buried there. His widow, Elizabeth, subsequently married Griffith Morgan, the progenitor of the Morgan family.

The children of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth were -
Samuel, b.                            m.       Mary Kendall, the dau. of Thomas Kendall, the progenitor fo the Kendall family.
Mary, b.                              m.       James Wild.



Samuel Cole, son of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth _____, m. Mary Kendall, dau. of Thomas Kendall and Mary _____.
Children were-
Samuel, b.                           m.        Mary Lippincott
Joseph, b.                           m.        Mary Wood
Thomas, b.                           m.        Hannah Stokes
Kendall, b.                          m.        Ann Budd
Elizabeth, b.                        m.        Jacob Burcham 1st
                                    Benjamin Cooper 2d
Mary, b.                             m.        Edward Tonkins
Susanna b.                           m.        William Budd
Rachel, b.                           m.        Enoch Roberts




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Mary Cole, dau. of Samuel Cole and Elizabeth _____, m. James Wild, son of _____ ______.
Children were-
James, b.
Samuel, b.
John, b.
Sarah, b.                            m.        Jonathan Thomas
Jonathan, b.
Elizabeth, b.
Rachel, b.



Kendall Cole, son of Samuel Cole and Mary Kendall, m. Ann Budd, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Joseph, b.                            m.       Sarah Hewlings
Susannah b.                           m.       Joseph Roberts
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       Reuben Matlack
Samuel b.       
Mary, b.                              m.       _____ Kain
Job, b.                               m.       Elizabeth Tomlin



Job Cole, son of Kendall Cole and Ann Budd, m. Elizabeth Tomlin, dau. of ____ ______.
Children were-
John, b.                              m.       Rachel Wills
Kendall, b.                           m.       Sarah Engle
Amos, b.                                       died unmarried
Samuel b.                             m.       Ann Deacon
Job, b.                               m.       Hannah Lewallen
Patience, b.                          m.       Obadiah Engle
Rachel, b.                            m.       Joshua Roberts
Ann, b.                               m.       Simeon Haines
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       Stephen Morris
Sarah, b.                             m.       Zackariah Reed
Drucilla, b.                          m.       Aaron Quicksall




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John Hugg.

John Hugg, the progenitor of the Hugg family, came from Castle Ellis, in the country of Wexford, Ireland. He was a Friend, as in 1699 he was imprisoned for not paying a tax levied to repair the church at Rosanellis, Queen's county, Ireland. He is said to have brought a large estate with him. He located on Little Timber creek, where it empties into Great Timber creek, a short distance from the Delaware river.

There was a landing upon his estate, where wood, lumber, &c,, were loaded in small vessels to be carried away, and hay and other merchandise were delivered for consumption among the inhabitants of that locality. The place where his dwelling stood is claimed as the site of Fort Nassau, which was built by the Dutch in 1623, and was the first settlement by Europeans on the Delaware river. He remained upon his first location until his death, which occured in 1706.

The children of John Hugg were-
John Jr., b.                          m.       Priscilla Collins 1st
                                      m.       Elizabeth Newbie 2d.
Elias, b.                             m.       Margaret Collins
Joseph, b.                            m.       Sarah ______
Charles, b.



John Hugg Jr., was one of the most prominet men in his day. He was one of the Judges of the Courts of Gloucester county for a number of years, and was one of the Governor's Council for ten years, evidencing his worth as a just and upright man.

In 1703 he was appointed one of the commissioners to purchase land of the Indians, and to adopt a plan to collect them together in certain locations in the Province of West Jersey. He was appointed Sheriff in 1726, and served in that capacity for a term of four years. He made several locations and purchases of land on Great and Little Timber creeks, and Mantau and Racoon creeks in Gloucester county, and Alloways creek in Salem county. He deceased in 1730. He was found speechless on the ground near to his dwelling, and died the same day.




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His second wife, Elizabeth Newbie, whom he married in 1714, and the following children survived him,-
Mercy, b.                            m.        Thomas Lippincott 2nd wife
Hannah b.
Sarah, b.                            m.        John Heritage
Priscilla, b.                        m.        Thomas Eayre
Joseph, b.
Gabriel, b.
John, b.
Elias, b.
Jacob, b.



Elias Hugg, son of John Hugg and _____ _____, m. Margaret Collins, dau. of Francis Collins and Sarah Mayham (his first wife).
Children were not found on any record we had access to.



Elias Hugg inherited the old homestead occupied by his father, and kept a store to supply watermen and lumber dealers with provisions, such as were needed, and when they were not detained by wind and tide, tradition says, carousals were not infrequent, wiskey being kept for sale in common with other merchandise in that day in all country stores.


Joseph Hugg, son of John Hugg and _____ ______, m. Sarah ______, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Samuel b.,                            m.       Mary Collins
Joseph, b.



Joseph settled at Gloucester Point, as known at that time, 1722, and kept the ferry for several years. He deceased in 1757, leaving but the two children above.




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William Stratton

The Stratton family trace their line of ancestry to William Stratton, of Stratford-upon-Avon, county of Warwick, England, through his two sons, Emanuel and Mark, as the ancestors of the family in New Jersey.
Mark Stratton, son of William Stratton, of Stratford, m. Ann Hancock, dau. of Timothy Hancock and Rachel Firman, his first wife.
Children were-
Daniel, b.                            m.       Mary _____
David, b.                             m.       Mary Elkinton
Isaac, b.   
John, b.                              m.       Ann ______
Enoch, b.                             m.       Amy Elkinton
Ruth, b.                              m.       Thomas Shinn
Ann, b.                               m.       Hugh Sharp, 2nd wife
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       William Berry
Jane, b.                              m.       John Norcross



Emanuel Stratton, son of William Stratton, of Stratford, m. Hannah Hancock, dau. of Timothy Hancock and Susanna ______, his second wife.
Children were-
Emanuel, b.                           m.       Mary Joyce
Jacob, b.
Mary, b.
Martha, b.



Daniel Stratton, son of Mark Stratton and Ann Hancock, m. Mary ______, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Joshua, b. 1739                      m.        Elizabeth Branin, dau. of Michael Branin and Elizabeth _____.
Jonathan, b. 1741                    m.        Sarah Owen, dau. of Rowland Owen and Prudence ______. 



John Stratton, son of Mark Strattonb and Ann Hancock, m. Ann ______, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-




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Ephraim, b. 1747                      m.       Margaret Minion, dau. of Stephen Minion and ______.
Enoch, b. 1763                        m.       Hannah Branin, dau. of John Branin and Jane ______



Jonathan Stratton, son of Daniel Stratton and Mary ______, m. Sarah Owen, dau. of Rowland Owen and Prudence ______.
Children were-
Owen, b.                              m.       _____ ______, 1st wife.
                                      m.       Mary Haines Shinn, 2d wife, widow of Francis Shinn and dau.of Isaac Haines and Mary Wilkins.



Ephraim Stratton, son of John Stratton and Ann ______, m. Margaret Minion, dau. of Stephen Minion and _____ ______.
Children were-
Alice, b. 1779 m. 1797, Edward Boulton, son of William Boulton and Hannah ______
.


Enoch Stratton, son of John Stratton and Ann ______, m. Hannah Branin, dau. of John Branin and Jane ______.
Children were-
Dorothy, b.                            m.       David Zelly, son of Daniel Zelly and Bathsheba Braddock.
Abi, b.                                m.       Samuel Reeve
John, b.                               m.       _____ Branson
William, b.
Enoch, b. 



Emanuel Stratton, son of Emanuel Stratton and Hannah Hancock, m. Mary Joyce, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Mary, b.                             m.        Simeon Haines, son of Abram Haines and Grace Hollingshead.




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JOHN HOLLINGSHEAD

John Hollingshead and Grace, his wife, the progenitors of the Hollingshead family, came from London, England. They first settled at Salem, in 1678, upon their arrival in America, and removed to Burlington, N.J., in 1682.
Children were-
John Jr., b.                          m.       Agnes Hackney, dau. of Thomas Hackney, of Burlington, N.J. the progenitor of the Hackney family.
William, b.                           m.



John Hollingshead, Jr., son of John Hollingshead and Grace ______, m. Agnes Hackney, dau. of Thomas Hackney and _____.
Children were-
Thomas, b. 3-26,1695  died 1695
John, b. 7-5,1696
William, b. 3-24, 1699
Grace, b.                             m.       Abram Haines, the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile
Agnes, b.                             m.       Richard Haines, the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile



William Hollingshead, son of John Hollingshead and Grace _____, m. _____ ______, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Grace, b.
Elizabeth, b.
George, b.
Sarah, b.
These four children of William Hollingshead were mentined in the will of their grandfather.



Richard Heritage

Richard Heritage came from Suttow under Brailey, county of Gloucester, England, and settled on the Pennsaukin creek, in Chester township, Burlington county, N.J.
The children of Richard Heritage were-
Joseph, b. 1674; m. Hannah Allen in 1714 in Shrewsbury, New Jersey.




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John, b.              m. Sarah Slocum
Sarah, b.
Mary, b.



Joseph Heritage, son of Richard Heritage and _____ ______, m. Hannah Allen, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-
Joseph, b.                            m.       Ruth Haines, the dau. of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack.
Elizabeth, b. 1716,                            died in minority
Hannah b,                             m.       _____ Roberts
Mary, b.                              m.       John Gill 1st.
                           m.       John Thorn 2d.
Benjamin, b.                          m. Sarah Whitall, 1st wife.
                           m. Sarah Tindall, 2d wife
John, b.                              m.       Sarah Hugg, the dau. of John Hugg, Jr., and Priscilla Collins.


John Roberts

John Roberts and Sarah, his wife, the progenitors of the Roberts family, came from Ourton, Warwickshire, England, in the ship "Kent" in 1677. They landed at New Castle in the 6th month. They proceeded up the river to Burlington, N.J. where they remained until they settled upon a tract of land surveyed to John on the north branch of the Pensaukin creek, residing in a cave until a log house could be erected. He had other tracts of land surveyed to him further up the stream, reaching into Evesham township. He deceased in 1695, and was buried in the Pennsaukin burying ground.
The children of John Roberts and Sarah were-
John, b.                              m. Mary Elkinton, the daul of George Elkinton, the progenitor
Sarah, b.                             m. Enoch Core, the progenitor of the Core family.




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Hannah, b.                           m.        1699 Samuel Burrough 1st
                                     m.        1733 Richard Bidgood 2d,
Mary, b.                             m.        1699, Thomas Eves, the son of Thomas Eves, the progenitor.



Samuel Burrough, who married Hannah Roberts, was the son of Edward Burrough, a distinguished minister in the Society of Friends, of Underbarrow, Westmoreland county, England. He settled upon lands he purchased of Joseph Heritage and Richard Bromley on the south branch of the Pennsaukin creek. His will dated 1720, was proved in 1732, the same year in which he died.
The children of Samuel Burrough and Hannah were-
Samuel, b.                           m.        Ann Gray
John, b.                             m.        Phebe Haines
Isaac, b.                            m.        Deborah Jennings, 1st wife
                                     m.        Abigail Hewlings, 2d wife
Jacob, b.                            m.        Sarah Thorn, 1st wife
                                     m.        Cassandra Ellis, 2d wife
Esther, b.                           m.        William Bidgood
Kesiah, b.                           m.        Samuel Parr
Sarah, b.                            m.        Samuel Nicholson
Benjamin, b.



Samuel Burrough, son of Samuel Burrough and Hannah Roberts, m. Ann Gray, dau. of Richard Gray and Esther Gillott.
Children were
Hannah, b.                            m.       Robert Stiles
Sarah, b.                             m.       Isaac Mickle
Mary, b.                              m.       Archibald Mickle
Ann, b.                               m.       Joseph Tomlinson
Joseph, b.                            m.       Mary Pine, Kesiah Aaronson and Lydia Tomlinson
Abigail, b.                           m.       Thomas Thorn
Bathsheba, b.                         m.       Jacob Haines 1st wife
Samuel, b.                            m.       Sarah Lamb
Rachel, b.                            m.       Benjamin Pine 1st
                                    David Davis 2d.




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WILLIAM MATLACK

William Matlack, the progenitor of the Matlack family, came from Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire, England, to America in the ship "Kent" with Dr. Daniel Wills and others, in 1677. He was a carpenter by trade and is said to have built the first two houses in Burlington, N.J. he married, in 1682, Mary Hancock, who came from Brayles, Warwickshire, England, with her brother Timothy, in the ship "Paradise" in 1681. He was granted one hundred acres of land by Thomas Olive, between the branches of the Pennsaukin creek, in Chester township, adjoining lands of his brother-in-law, Timothy Hancock, and others.
The children of William Matlack and Mary Hancock were-
John, b.                              m.       Hannah Horner, 1st wife.
                                      m.       Mary Lee, 2d wife
George, b.                            m.       Mary Foster, 1st wife
                                      m.       Mary Hancock, 2d wife
Mary, b.                              m.       Jonathan Haines 1st 
                                      m.       Daniel Morgan 2d 
William b.                            m.       Ann Antrim
Joseph b.                             m.       Rebecca Haines
Jane, b.                              m.       _____ Irvin
Sarah, b.                             m.       Carlile Haines, the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlile
Timothy,                              m.       Mary Haines, 1st wife
                                    Martha Burr, 2d wife, the widow of Josiah Haines, an dau. of HenryBurr and Elizabeth, the progenitors of the Burr family.
Mary (Hancock) Matlack, died in 1728, aged 62 years



Henry Burr

Henry Burr came from England, and settled in Northampton Township, Burlington county, N.J. The children of Henry Burr and Elizabeth were seven in number.
Sarah, b.                             m.       Caleb Haines
Martha, b.                            m.       Josiah Haines 1st
                                      m.       Timothy Matlack, 2d
Caleb and Josiah Haines were the sons of John Haines and Esther Borton, the dau. of John and Ann Borton.




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RICHARD LIPPINCOTT

Richard Lippincott and Abigail, his wife, the progenitors of the Lippincott family, came from Stone House, a parish in Devonshire, England. They were among the settlers of the colony of Massachusetts Bay, and Richard was made freeman May the 13th, 1640.

In 1641, Richard and Abigail, his wife, resided in Dorchester, where their eldest son, Remembrance, was born and baptized in the seventh month of that year. They removed to Boston, where the son John was born in 1644. In 1651, he withdrew from the church. In 1652, he returned to England, and in the next year his son Restore was born at Plymouth. He was imprisoned in the jail near the Castle of Exeter in February, 1655. He was living in Plymouth, as stated in Sewell's history, and testified with others against the acts of the Mayor, and the falsehood of the charges brought against them. In the same year his son Freedom was born. His daughter Increase was born in 1657, and his son Jacob in 1660, while residing at Stone House, near Plymouth. In 1660, he was again imprisoned by the Mayor of Plymouth, and his release was effected by the solicitations of Margaret Fell and others, through Charles II granting liberation of Friends. Richard and family again removed to New England, where Preserved was born in 1663, who died in infancy. A patent being granted to a company of Friends from Long Island in 1665, Richard was induced, with others from Rhode Island, to become a patentee with the residents of Shrewsbury river. He was thus a member of the first English colony in New Jersey, in which he was the largest shareholder. In 1669, he was a deputy and overseer, and the next year an overseer of Shrewsbury town. His residence was on Passequeneiqua creek, a branch of South Shrewsbury river, northeast of the residence of his son-in-law, Samuel Dennis, which was three-fourths of a mile east of the town of Shrewsbury. He obtained a grant of a thousand acres of land in the Fenwich Colony, the title being conveyed in 1676. He deceased November the 25th, 1683. He was the owner of several slaves which were set free under the will of his widow Abigail, who deceased in 1697. The children of Richard Lippincott and Abigail, were as follows:




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Remembrance, b. 7, 1641; m. Margaret Barber.
Children were-
Joseph b.                                      died in infancy
Elizabeth b.                                   died in infancy
Abigail, b.                                    died in infancy
Richard, b.                           m.       Mary White
Elizabeth 2d., b.                     m.       Joseph Parker
Joseph, 2d. b.                        m.       Elizabeth White
William, b.                           m.       Hannah ______
Abigail 2d, b.                        m.       _____ White
Sarah, b.                             m.       Jonathan Williams
Ruth, b.                              m.       _____ Wooley
Mary, b.                              m.       _____ Morris
Grace, b.                                      died in infancy

Remembrance deceased in 1722, aged 82. He was a minister of good repute in the Society of Friends.


John, b. 1644; m. Ann Barber.
Children were-
John, b.                              m.       Sarah Hewitt.
Robert, b.                                     died in minority
Preserved, b.                         m.       _____ ______
Mary, b.                              m.       Thomas Hooten
Ann, b.                               m.       John Tilton
Margaret, b.
Robert L., b.                         m.       _____ ______
Deborah, b.
Ann died, and John married Jennett Austin. No issue.
John Deceased 1720


Restore, b. 1653; m. 1674 Hannah Shattock.
Children were-
Samuel b.                             m.       Ann Hulet
Abigail, b.                                    died in infancy
Hannah b.              
Hope, b.                              m.       William Gladding
Rebecca, b.                           m.       Josiah Gaskill
James, b.                             m.       Anna Eves
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       George Shinn
Jacob, b.                             m.       Mary Burr
Rachel, b.                            m.       Zackariah Jess and Francis Dawson.




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Hannah died, and Restore married Martha Owen in 1729. No issue.
Restore deceased 1741


Freedon, b. 1655; m. Mary Curtis
Children were-
Samuel, b.                           m.        Hope Wills
Thomas, b.                           m.        Mary Haines, Mercy Hugg and Rachel Smith
Judith, b.                           m.        Joseph Stokes
Mary, b.                             m.        Edmund Peake
Freedom, b.                          m.        Elizabeth Wills
Freedom deceased 1697.



Jacob, b. 1660; m. Grace ______
Children were-
Jacob, b.
Grace, b.
Jacob deceased in 1686



Increase, b. 1657; m. Samuel Dennis
Children were-
Abigail, b.                           m.       Philo Leeds
Samuel, b.                            m.       Ann West
Jacob, b.                             m.       Catharine Woodward
Zibiah, b.                            m.       John Hulet
Rachel, b.                            m.       Isaac Still
Increased deceased in 1695.

B. & M. Co's History.



John Borton and Ann, his wife, of Hillsdown, on the Northampton river, Burlington county, N.J., came from the Parish of Anyhoe, Northamptonshire, England.
Children were-
John Jr., b.                          m.       ______, _____, 1st;  Ann Darnley, in1717, 2d; Mary Hillbourne, 3d, 1732.
William, b.                           m. 1699  Hannah Cole
Ann, b.                               m. 1681  Thomas Barton
Elizabeth, b.                         m. 1684  John Woolman
Esther, b.                            m. 1684  John Haines
Mary, b.                              m. 1696  Francis Austin
John Borton died in 1687, leaving a will dated 5/28/1687, He names his two sons and numerates six daughters.




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THOMAS LANCASTER

Thomas Lancaster, in or about June, 1711, emigrated from England to America. He married Phebe Wordell the 19th day of the 8th month, 1725, at Wrightstown meeting of Friends in Pennsylvania. He was a member of Richland Monthly Meeting of Friends, and became a distinguished minister in the Society. The above meeting granted him a certificate to travel and preach at Barbadoes and other parts in West Indies. Having performed the services for which he was liberated to the relief of his mind, and feeling that his mission was accomplished, he embarked for home but was taken sick, died, and was buried at sea sometime during 1750. It is here to be remarked, that several, who felt themselves called to those parts, laid down their lives in truth's service.

John Lancaster, the son of Thomas Lancaster and Phebe (Wordell) Lancaster, married Elizabeth Barlow, 11th mo., 15th A.D. 1753, at Gweynedd Monthly Meeting of Friends in Pennsylvania.

Ann Lancaster,m the daughter of John Lancaster and Elizabeth (Barlow) Lancaster, married David Stokes, 4th mo., 15th, 1784. David Stokes was the son of John Stokes and Hannah (Stogdelle) Stokes. (See page 18).

Phebe Wordell, who married Thomas Lancaster, was the daughter of John Wordell, who emigrated from Wales. He was a minister in the Society of Friends, and came with his daughter Phebe to North America and settled at Boston. They removed from Boston to Wrightstown, Pa., and became members of Wrightstown Meeting. Phebe departed this life at the residence of her son, John Lancaster, at Richland, Pennsylvania, in the 96th year of her age.

C.S.



JOHN JARRETT.

John Jarrett, of Germantown (alias Garrit), the progenitor of the Jarrett family, married Mary Lukens about 1st m. 1712, the daughter of John Lukens, who emigrated from Criffilt, Germany, in 1684.

There seems to be a question of doubt as to the nativity of John Jarrett; some claim he came from Holland, and others from the Highlands of Scotland.

John Jarrett, the son of John Jarrett and Mary (Lukens) Jarrett, married Alice Conard. William Jarrett, the son of John Jarrett and Alice (Conard) Jarrett, married Ann Lukens. Tacy.




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Jarrett, the daughter of William Jarrett and Ann (Lukens) Jarrett, married, on the 18th day of the 10th mo., A.D. 1816, Charles Stokes, the son of David Stokes and Ann (Lancaster) Stokes (See page 37).

C.S.



JOHN HILYARD

John Hilyard, the progenitor of this branch of the Hilyard family, married Martha Devonish, the daughter of Bernard Devonish, one of the first settlers, and owner of large proprietary rights at Burlington, N.J.; and came as a passenger in the ship "Kent," with Thomas Stokes and others, and landed at Burlington on the 20th of June, 1677. The aforesaid Bernard Devonish was also evidently in company with Thomas Stokes (the immediate progenitor) at the time of subscribing to the Concessions and Agreements of the Proprietors, Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Province of West New Jersey in America," as their names are together in that old and interesting list. (See "Grants and Concessions in Carteret's time, between 1664 and 1682," page 411.)

Edward Hilyard, the son of John Hilyard and Martha (Devonish) Hilyard, married Sarah Haines, 1st mo., 21st, 1733, the daughter of Richard Haines and Mary (Carlisle) Haines, who was said to be the daughter of the chief of the Delaware branch of the Lenni Lenapes. Richard was the second son of Richard Haines and Margaret, the progenitors of the Haines family, who came from the parish of Aynhoe, in Northamptonshire, England, in 1682.

Jacob Hilyard, the son of Edward Hilyard and Sarah (Haines) Hilyard, married Martha Robinson.

William Hilyard, the son of Jacob Hilyard and Martha (Robinson) Hilyard, married Hannah Rowland, the daughter of Benjamin Rowland and Mary (George) Rowland, of Abington, Pennsylvania.

Martha Hilyard, the daughter of William Hilyard and Hannah (Rowland) Hilyard, married Jarrett Stokes on the 9th day of the 4th mo., A.D. 1848. Jarrett Stokes was the son of Charles Stokes and Tacy (Jarrett) Stokes. (See page 94.)




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HENRY WARRINGTON

Henry Warrington, the progenitor of the Warrington family, came from England about 1700.
He married first Elizabeth Austin.
Their children were-
Ruth, b.
John, b.
Mary, b.                              m. 1748  Ebenezer Andrews
Thomas, b.                            m. 1747  Mary Roberts
Elizabeth died, and Henry married Elizabeth Bishop.
Their children were-
Joseph, b.      (twin)                m.       Rebecca Walton
Benjamin, b.  (twin)
Sarah, b.                             m.       William Rodgers
Hannah, b.                            m.       Joseph Buzby
Rachel, b.                            m.       Aaron Wills
Elizabeth b.                          m.       Edmund Haines
Mercy, b.                                      died in minority.
Esther, b.                            m.       John Hunt.



Thomas Warrington, son of Henry Warrington and Elizabeth Austin, m. Mary Roberts, dau. of John Roberts and Mary Elkinton.
Their children were-
Mercy, b.                                      died in minority
John, b.                              m.       Mary Fish, 1st wife
                                      m.       Susanna Langstaff, 2d wife.
William,                                       died in minority
Abraham, b.                           m.       Rachel Evans
Mary, b.                                       died in infancy
Hannah, b.                            m.       Robert French
Mary, 2d, b.                          m.       Hinchman Haines
Henry, b.                             m.       Rebecca Dudley



John Warrington, son of Thomas Warrington and Mary Roberts, m. Mary Fish (first wife) dau. of _____ ______.
Their children were-
Thomas, b.                                     died in minority
Enoch, b.                             m.       Rachel Peirson
William, b.                                    died in minority
Joseph, b.                            m.       Sarah Owen
Elizabeth, b.                         m.       Caleb Clothier
Rebecca, b.                           m.       Jacob Haines
John, b.                              m.       Deborah Zane




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Abraham, b.                           m.       Kesiah Woolman
Hannah, b.                                     died
Samuel, b.                                     died
Mary, b.                              m.       Aaron Woolman
Nathan, b.                            m.       Priscilla Brown
Sarah, b.                             m.       Stephen Logue
Beulah, b.                                     died in minority
Mary died, and John married Susanna Langstaff, dau. of Laban Langstaff.
Their children were-
Deborah, b.                           m.       John Ware
Susan, b.                                      died unmarried
Atlantic, b.                          m.       Israel Lippincott



Henry Warrington, son of Thomas Warrington and Mary Roberts, m. Rebecca Dudley, dau. of Thomas Dudley and Martha Evans.
Their children were-
Esther, b.
Hannah, b. 
Thomas, b.                            m.       Hannah Lippincott
Lydia, b.                             m.       Caleb Haines
Martha, b.                            m.       William Moore
Henry D., b.



Rebecca Warrington, dau. of John Warrington and Mary Fish, m. Jacob Haines, son of Jacob Haines and Bathsheba Burrough, 1st wife.
Their children were-
Bathsheba, b. 1-1, 1805;  died 3-20,1807
Mary, b. 11-27, 1806;                 m.       Stacy Martin
Beulah, b. 8-11, 1808;                m.       Charles Haines
John W., b. 4-11, 1810;               m. 1842, Hannah M. Lewis
Rebecca, b. 2-15, 1812;                        died 5-11,1813



Lydia Warrington, dau. of Henry Warrington and Rebecca Dudley, m. Caleb Haines, son of Job Haines and Sarah Carr.
Their children were-
Henrietta, b. 8-15, 1826                       unmarried
Lydia B., b.                         died unmarried
Elizabeth, b. 5-4, 1829;             died in minority




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THE IRISH BRANCH OF THE STOKES FAMILY

The Irish branch of the Stokes family were from Devonshire, England. The first settler was a military character, and was buried at Arkeaton, in the county of Limerick, and who settled in that county about 1580. His son, John, of Dunnroylan House, county of Limerick, about the 1622 married Sarah O'Connell, in the county of Kerry, and the lineage shows that his descendants continued to hold positions in the army, as well as civil offices, and intermarried with the military families, amongst whom was the celebrated Field Marshal Lacey, in the service of Maria Theresa, and also with the family of Fitzgeralds. Fitzgeralds's history of this shire styles them the ancient and renowned family of "Lacy." We have not any line that we can trace down, but find in the family men of notoriety, such as Sir George Gabriel Stokes, the great mathematician, and the eminent Dr. Stokes, of the Eighteenth century. The coat of arms of the Irish branch of the family differs somewhat from that of the English branch, and is as follows; Gu, a Lion rampant, erm double Gnewed. For Stokes on an escutcheon of pretence. For Barrett, Ar on a bend. Az, between three Lozenge buckles. Gu tongue in fesse on amulet for difference.

Crest, A lion rampant, double gnewed erm.
Motto, Vict omnia pertinax Vert.
This will suffice to show that the Irish branch of the Stokes family was no inconsiderable part of it, and was a branch of the original family, which was of Norman origin.



James Stokes, who came to America as a British Soldier, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Monmouth, was the progenitor of another branch of the Stokes family. At the close of the Revolutionary War, he took the oath of allegiance to the "Republic," located at Germantown, and established himself as a merchant and took an active part in the affairs of the new Republic. But we are not able to trace his line of descendants. He came from Seven Oaks, Kent county, England. He was the son of James Stokes and Sarah (Harvey) Stokes. He married Sarah Magill, who bore him seven children.

The third Stokes branch came from Ireland about 1876, and have the characteristics of that nationality.




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Genealogical Notes


OLD STOKINGHAM

"Stokingham" is in Willingborough township, Burlington county, N.J. The site is an ideal one, situate fronting on the northerly side, forty feet above, overlooking the beautiful Rancocas river. The original house was erected by Thomas Harding, the first located under the proprietors of a tract of land comprising two hundred acres. In this house the first Friends' meetings at Rancocas were held until a regular Meeting House was built. In the record of the monthly meeting of Friends, held in Burlington, in 1681, the following minute is to be found: "it is agreed that the meeting at Ancocas be held at the house of Thomas Harding." John Stokes, the third child of the first American ancestors, Thomas and Mary (Bernard) Stokes, when taking unto himself Elizabeth Green to be his wife, purchased the said tract of land from Thomas Harding. There his children were born. His son John, who married Hannah Stogdelle, in 1740, succeded his father in the title; and his third child, David, who married Ann Lancaster, on the 15th day of the 4th month, 1784, succeeded his father in the title. David's first child, Israel Stokes, who married Sarah Borton, succeeded his father in the title. Israel's fifth child, Israel Stokes, who married Caroline Green, succeeded his father in the title. And Israel's first child, Annie Stokes, who married Tylee B. Engle, succeeded her father in the title, who owns and resides at the present time with her worthy husband and interesting family at "Old Stokingham."
C.S.

"Friends Grave Yard at Rancocas, N.J.

The illustration of the Friends' Grave Yard at Rancocas, Burlington county, N.J., shown in the accompanying engraving, outlines two old rows of Stokes graves, where lie interred all that was mortal of the old Rancocas Stokeses; and it was always claimed by the venerable Charles Stokes, of Rancocas, that all that was mortal of the original ancestors, Thomas and Mary (Bernard) Stokes, were interred here. The buildings in the distance are on the original home-site of Dr. Daniel Wills, of colonial fame. The ravine between the grave yard and buildings is the old grist mill pond, said to be the first grist mill in New Jersey.




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Genealogical Notes

COPY OF A LETTER FROM ELIZABETH COLES TO HER SON, JOHN GREEN

Loving son, John Green: My kind token, with your father remembered unto you and to your Brother and Sister Stokes, and to their children, hoping to Almighty God for your health, as blessed be God wee are all of us at this present writing. Whereof this is to let you understand that we received your kind tokens as you sent over- six pair of gloves and fore skinns, for the which we give many thanks, and loving son I have sent you a small token of our loves-itt a cuppel of shifts & a pare of cloath briches & a pare of worsted stockings and one hallon pillow drawer, all these for yourself; and I have sent your sister Stokes one shift for herself, one hallon pillow drawer & one pare of worsted stockings for her self and one slip of blue worsted to knitt your little boy a pare fo stockings, and one slip of blue worsted to do what you will with. And I have sent you three nutmegg, one for John Green for his sister & one for her husband and John Green and his sister I have sent etct (each) of them one shilling a piece. And his sister fore children every one a silver groat. And your Aunt Betty Coales hath sent you a shilling to divide together; these small tokens will be sowed in your shirt sleeve; these small tokens your mother sent herself. And I have sent your sister three books as you sent for; but I was forced to send to London for them, and son I would desire you to send me over one buck skin, a one as you sent for me, for your brother Thomas hath that of mine and your father wants such a one for best britches. Sarah Campion remembers her kind love to you & to your sister Stokes & hath sent your sister Stokes a pare of her weden Gloves; they are put in John Green's britches pockits-so no more at present. I shall rest and remain your ever loving mother, Elizabeth Coles, and that little note you sent mee of tokens so kindly that I shall expt itt as long as I live-Pray son lett mee hear from you as often as you can.

L.F.



The above letter of Elizabeth Coles to her son, John Green, is proof positive beyond cavil, who the mother of Elizabeth Green was. That her parents were not Edward Green and Annie, as some of the family contend, is shown in the Secretary's office at Trenton. Her father there is recorded as Thomas Green; and the letter proves the claim of the descendants of John that they were related to Elizabeth Green, who married John Stokes.



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ADDENDA

These two families were not found until after the MSS. went to the press, and are referred to page 56 for ancestry.


Rachel Barton, b. 12-6, 1783, dau. of Rachel Stokes and Nathaniel Barton, m. 6-9,1806, Simeon Eastlack, b. 5-13,1774.
Children were-     Link to Parents
Amy, b. 4-2, 1807; m. 8-20, 1846 William J. Alsop
Sarah, b. 7-2, 1808; died 12-1, 1884
Ellwood, b. 7-12, 1810; m. 10-16, 1851, Viletta Pierce
Joseph B., b. 4-4-1812; died in 10,1850
Elizabeth, b. 9-5,1813; died 3-5, 1886
Lydia S., b. 6-25, 1815; m. 3-23, 1848, Samuel R. Bucknell.
Hannah E., b. 10-29, 1817; died 8-28, 1885
Rachel, b. 4-7, 1820; m. 3-22, 1855 John H. Ballinger.
Anna C., b. 10-4, 1822; died 1-13, 1898
Mary S., b. 3-13, 1825; died 7-11, 1870
Elma E. M., b. 12-15, 1826; m. 9-23, 1852, Franklin B. Hamlin.
Rachel (Barton) Eastlack died 8-26, 1836.
Simeon Eastlack died 5-9, 1847.



Sarah Barton, b. 5-11, 1788, dau. of Rachel Stokes and Nathaniel Barton, m. 11-21, 1816, Abel Hillman, b. 2-10, 1791.
Children were-     Link to Parents
Nathaniel B., b. 5-11, 1817
Martha E., b. 3-2, 1819
Rachel, b. 10-14, 1820
Richard J., b. 9-29, 1822
Rebecca, b. 9-21, 1824; m. 10-23, 1845, John B. Kaighn
Sarah H., b. 9-22, 1826
Joshua B., b. 12-6, 1828
Elizabeth B., b. 2-14, 1832
Abel Hillman died 1-9, 1854
Sarah (Barton) Hillman died 9-24, 1864



Amy Eastlack, dau. of Rachel Barton and Simeon Eastlack, m. William J. Alsop.
Children were-      For Parents See Above.
Rachel E., b. 12-20, 1847, m. 7-7, 1875; William B. Bell.
William J. Alsop died 6-2, 1873
Amy (Eastlack) Alsop, died 9-1, 1882
William B. Bell, died 5-13, 1877




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Ellwood Eastlack, son of Rachel Barton and Simeon Eastlack m. Viletta Pierce
Children were-      For Parents See Previous Page.
Sarah E., b. 7-28, 1852; m. 3-18, 1874 Richard Kaighn.
Sarah (Eastlack) Kaighn died 8-30, 1877
Ellwood Eastlack died 3-20, 1887
Viletta (Pierce) Eastlack died 3-7, 1897



Lydia S. Eastlack, dau. of Rachel Barton and Simeon Eastlack, m. Samuel R. Bucknell.
Children were-      For Parents See Previous Page.
Simeon E., b. 5-16, 1850; m. 8-5, 1873, Marion A. Cochran.
Samuel, b. 9-13, 1852; m. 11-22, 1882, Rebekah G. Russell.
Lydia S. (Eastlack) Bucknell died 8-2, 1865.
Samuel R. Bucknell died 2-22, 1888.



Simeon E. Bucknell, m. Marion A. Cochran, b. 10-9, 1848.
Their children were-      For Parents See Above.
Nellie Lydia, b. 6-25, 1874; m. Reid Hale, 5-16, 1995.
Children were-Simeon R., b. 7-31, 1896; died 8-2,1896.
Samuel Kazlitt A., b. 1-6, 1876; m. Cora L. Allen, 6-11, 1900.
        Children were-
               Allen K., b. 10-8,1901.
               Martha Elizabeth b. 12-11, 1877; m. James M. Stewart, 3-5, 1899.
               Marion Augusta, b. 4-14, 1879; m. William McKitrick, 5-18, 1902. 
                     Children were- 
                            Marion Dorothy, b. 2-24, 1903
                            Anna Maria, b. 2-24, 1881; m. H. Beecher McKitrick, 5-18, 1902
                            Inex Acola, b. 11-22, 1886; died 12-29, 1886.
Simeon E. Bucknell died 6-20, 1903.



Samuel Bucknell m. Rebekah G. Russell.
Their children were-      For Parents See Above.
George Gordon, b. 9-16, 1883; died 4-9,1891.
Mary R., b. 8-14, 1885.
Lydia E., b. 4-20, 1887.
Samuel R., b. 3-13, 1900.



Rachel Eastlack, dau. of Rachel Barton and Simeon Eastlack, m. John H. Ballinger, son of Joshua Ballinger and Ruth Haines.
Children were-      For Parents See Page 304.
Rebecca Moore, b. 2-20, 1858; m. 10-13, 1881, Edward Healy Jones.
Mary Eastlack, b. 7-6, 1860; m. 12-21, 1893, Walton B. Leeds.
Rachel (Eastlack) Ballinger died 1-9, 1872.




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Rebecca Moore Ballinger m. Edward Healy Jones, 10-13, 1881.
Their children were-      For Parents See Previous Page.
Anna Ballinger, b. 8-27, 1882.
Mary Helen, b. 5-8, 1886.
Rachel Eastlack, b. 4-13, 1892.
Edward Ballinger, b. 10-6, 1898.



Mary Eastlack Ballinger m. Walton B. Leeds, 12-21, 1893.
They have no children.      For Parents See Previous Page.



Elma E. M. Eastlack, dau. of Rachel Barton and Simeon Eastlack, m. Franklin B. Hamlin.
Children were-      For Parents See Page.304
Howard, b. 10,10, 1853.
Charles A., b. 8-26, 1857; died 12-16, 1879.
William J., b. 12-26, 1861; m. 5-24, 1884, Elenor Mulford, b. 12-25, 1858.
Franklin B. Hamlin died 2, 1891.
Elma E. M. (Eastlack) Hamlin died 12-29, 1902.



William J. Hamlin, m. Elenor Mulford, 5-25, 1884.
They have no children.      For Parents See Above



Rebecca Hillman, dau. of Sarah Barton and Abel Hillman, m. John B. Kaighn.
Children were-      For Parents See Page.304
Sarah H., b. 7-2, 1847.
Samuel, b. 9-17, 1848; died 2-11, 1851.
Henry, b. 12-14, 1849; died 1-24, 1851.
Richard, b. 3-18, 1852; m. Sarah Eastlack, 3-18, 1874.
Hannah, b. 10-10, 1853; died 2-9, 1857.
John B. Kaighn died 8-19, 1853.



Richard Kaighn, m. Sarah Eastlack, 3-18, 1874.
They had no children.      For Parents See Above
Sarah died and Richard m. S. Elizabeth Butcher 3-10, 1879.
Their children were-
John B., b. 1-9, 1880; m. Lizzie Giverson 8-21, 1900.
Sarah R., b. 9-6, 1882; m. Luke H. Moore, 9-12, 190_.
Charles B. b. 5-16, 1892.
R.M.B. Jones.



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Samuel Stokes, son of Samuel Stokes and Sarah Ellis, and grandson of Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, m. Marion Conrow, dau. of _____ ______.
Children were-     Link to Parents
Judith Ann, b.                        m.       Mahlon Sharp
Lewis, b.                             m.       Mary Stockton
Rebecca, b.                           m.       Edwin Wiltsey
Israel, b.                            m.       Ann Irwin, 1st wife
                                      m.       Mary Wylie, 2d wife
Lydia S., b.                          m.       Daniel King
Samuel, b.                            m.       Maria Allen
Edward H. b.                          m.       Permelia S. Wood
Margaret b.                           m.       John Hinchman
Benjamin, b.                          m.       _____ ______.



Lydia S. Stokes, dau. of Samuel Stokes and Marion Conrow, m. Daniel King, son of _____ ______.
Children were-      For Parents See Above
Judith, b. m. Alexander Rudolph and had eight children-Emma, William, Albert, Verona, Lewis, Jennie, Mary and Oscar.
Edward, b. m. _____ ______, and have two children- Florence and Edward.
Harriet, b. m. Charles E. Tuel and have three children- Lydia, Edward and Ada.
Marion, b. m. J. Moore White and had four children- Merrill, Susanna, Timothy and Mabel who married Charles B. Magee Jr., and have two children-Alice and Frederic



Edward H. Stokes, son of Samuel Stokes and Marion Conrow, m. Permelia S. Wood, dau. of ex-Mayor Joseph Wood, of Trenton, N.J.
Children were-      For Parents See Above
J. Harry, b.                                   deceased
Marion H., b.                         m.       Charles H. Sevan
Edward A., b.             
John W., b.                           m.       Gertrude C. Gondy.
Sarah V., b.                                   deceased
Alice W., b.                                   deceased




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Edward Harris Stokes, son of Samuel and Marion (Conrow) Stokes, of Moorestown, Burlington county, New Jersey, was born the 22d day of the 6th month, 1824, and departed this life the 17th day of the 2d mo., 1900, at Woodlawn, his residence, in the city of Trenton, N.J.

He left his home in 1840, and settled in Trenton, where for several years he was a leading photographer, and being a man of rare judgment foresaw the rise of real estate, and invested largely therein, thereby realizing an ample fortune.

His ability and sterling integrity as a young man won for him the respect and confidence of his fellow citizens, from whose hands he filled many positions of honor and trust.
In 1860 he married Permelia S. Wood, daughter of ex-Mayor Joseph Wood (niece of the late Benjamin Wood and Fernando Wood, of New York), by who he had six children. He was an ideal man in home-life, a devoted husband, an indulgent father, and a pleasant host. His distingusihed old home, added to his own congeniality, drew many friends of all classes to seek his society, his charity and benevolence being familiar to those who knew him, and while a man of large wealth, was absolutely without ostentation. Industry, frugality and temperance, together with a bright mind, opened the doors of success to him.

He was an old and popular member of the New Jersey Historical Society, and his own private library occupied a spacious room in "Old Woodlawn" which was the delight of enthusiastic book-lovers.

In personal appearance and bearing he was prepossessing, and his natural dignity did not detract from his amiable disposition or make him unapproachable, and his large wealth did not change the even tenor of his ways or make him ostentatious.

He died as he lived, a man greatly beloved by all how knew him.

C.S.




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WOODLAWN, TRENTON, NEW JERSEY


Woodlawn, situated in Trenton, New Jersey, the home of the late Edward H. Stokes, and now in the possession of his son Edward A. Stokes, was built in 1720. It is a large brick and frame structure, the brick coming from England on sailing vessels as ballast, set amid beautiful surroundings, which include trees known to be 200 years old, and has an eventful history. The wide colonial doorways and long halls, the great chimneys and the broad staircase bring to mind memories of the long ago. The house was once owned by Mahlon Stacey and Governor Morris, of Pennsylvania, from whose control it passed into the hands of the Trents, for who Trenton was named; then followed Governor Cox as owner and was known originally as "Kingsbury, " and later as "Bloomsbury." Three daughters of John Cox graced the home of noted men after their residence here, uniting their fortunates with Edward Stevens, the great inventor; Senator Chestnut, of South Carolina, and Mr. Horace Binney, a leading Philadelphian of olden days.

Next followed as owners James M. Redmand, who daughter married ex-Mayor Hewitt, of New York City; Governor Price and ex-Mayor Wood, of Trenton, the latter's daughter now the widow of the late Edward H. Stokes. Considering in the light of history, Woodlawn is one of the many links connecting the centuries, a landmark quaint and olden of the long ago.




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Samuel Stokes, son of Samuel Stokes and Hannah Hinchman, grandson of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott (his first wife), and great-grandson of Thomas Stokes and Mary Bernard, the progenitors of the Stokes family, married Sarah Ellis in 1775.
Their children were-     Link to Parents
Barzilla, b.                         m.        A. Gibbs.
Elizabeth, b.                        m.        (secondly, William McElroy.
Sarah, b.                            m.        Isaac Archer
Anna, b.                             m.        Jeremiah Haines
Mary, b.                             m.        Samuel Reed
Hannah, b.                           m.        Samuel Conrow 
Samuel, b.                           m.        Marion H. Conrow 
Ellis, b.                            m.        Hannah Morgan
Phebe, b.                            m.        Josiah Bates



Phebe Stokes, dau. of Samuel Stokes and Sarah Ellis, m. Josiah Bates, son of Joshua Bates and Ann Lynch.
Their children were-      For Parents See Above
Adaline, b.                           m.       James Kingdon
Charles, b.                           m.       Mary Brown
Sarah, b.                             m.       William Hodson.  
They have a dau. Phebe, married Samuel A. Dobbins, of Mount Holly, N.J. Samuel, b. died unmarried Rebecca A., b. m. Chief Justice Charles B. Lore, of Delaware.
They have one dau., Emma, unmarried, and a dua. died in infancy. Mary Emily, b. unmarried Anna, b. died unmarried.