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Philip Rantz

b. about November 1764, d. 13 October 1827
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 January 2019

Philip Rantz was born about November 1764 in PennsylvaniaG The Find a Grave entry gives the birth year as 1764. The inscription says he was 64 years old which puts the birth year 1762.1
He was the son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara.2,3

Philip Rantz was baptized as Henry Phillip Renz on 10 December 1764 in Lutheran Congregation, Tohickon Union Church, Bedminister Township, Bucks County, PennsylvaniaG, sponsors Phillip Hering.3


Philip Rantz married Elizabeth Knorr, daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna, say 1788.4,1


Philip Rantz was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Plainfield Township, Northampton County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Phillip Ranse. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males of 16 years old and upwards, including heads of families, 2 Free white females including heads of families.5


Philip Rantz on 8 November 1799 purchased property located in Mahoning Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, from Cadwalader Roberts 411 pounds, 2 shillings, 6 pence. Described as beginning on the North East corner of Michael Rissel's land
then along the same South 20 degrees East 42 perches,
then North 70 degrees East 208 perches,
then North 10 degrees West 50 perches,
then South 80 degrees West 70 perches,
then North 10 degrees West 45 perches,
then South 80 degrees West 132 perches,
then South 70 degrees West 26 perches,
then South 20 degrees East 83 perches to beginning.
Containing 126.5 acres.6


Philip Rantz was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Bloom Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Phillip Raine. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 10 years old, 1 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 3 Free white females under 10 years old, 1 Free white females 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white females 26 thru 44 years old.7


On 22 June 1801 Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Andreas Rantz to Barbara and John Rantz. Frederick Rantz and Philip Rantz pledged security for the bond.8


Philip Rantz was enumerated during 1810 on the 1810 U. S. census for Hemlock Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Philip Rance. Enumerated in this family were: 3 Free white males under 10 years old, 1 Free white males 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white males 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 2 Free white females 10 thru 15 years old, 2 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white females 26 thru 44 years old.9


Philip Rantz was enumerated during 1820 on the 1820 U. S. census for Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Phillip Rants. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males to 10 years old, 2 Free white males 10 to 16 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 1 Free white females 10 to 16 years old, 1 Free white females 16 to 26 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over, 2 Number engaged in Agriculture.10


Philip Rantz left a will on 20 February 1824 in Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.11


Philip Rantz died on 13 October 1827.1,12


Philip Rantz was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .12

Children with Elizabeth Knorr (b. February 1772, d. 2 July 1843)

DaughterHannah Rantz+ (b. 29 January 1790, d. 7 February 1871)
SonJohn Rantz+ (b. 4 February 1792, d. 28 April 1823)
DaughterSusanna Rantz (b. 23 July 1794, d. 22 January 1866)
SonJacob Rantz+ (b. 11 April 1796, d. 17 December 1879)
DaughterElizabeth Rantz+ (b. 17 December 1797, d. 10 June 1867)
DaughterSarah Rantz (b. 1800, d. 11 October 1826)
DaughterMaria Magdelena Rantz (b. say 1803)
SonHenry Philip Rantz+ (b. 1804, d. 14 January 1888)
DaughterCatherine Rantz (b. 8 April 1806)
SonSimon Peter Rantz+ (b. about 1 July 1809, d. 1 October 1873)
SonAbraham Rantz+ (b. about 1810, d. 10 April 1846)
SonDaniel Rantz+ (b. 17 March 1812, d. 1 May 1888)

Citations

  1. [S2238] Emerson Collins and John W Jordan, editors, Genealogical and personal history of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania (New York and Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1906), Vol 2, Pg 484-490, The Rentz Family; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/genealogicalpers02coll : accessed 4 August 2018).
  2. [S2525] A. S. Leiby, translator, "Church Record of The Evangelical Luthern Congregation of the Stone Church near Kreidersville, Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania," typescript, 72; digital image, "Church records of twenty-eight churches in the Easton Public Library (Pennsylvania)," , FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/85507?availability=Family%20History%20Library, path v.SK Lutheran and Reformed congregations of Stone Church near Kreidersville 1773-1822->Image 649 : accessed 18 Dec 2018)
  3. [S2527] William John Hinke, translator, A History of the Tohickon Union Church, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Meadvile, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania German Society, 1925), 367; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/pennsylvaniagerm3119penn/page/n949 : accessed 19 December 2018).
  4. [S797] "Pedigree Resource File," FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/), entry for ., John Philip Rentz(3PC4-C2J)
  5. [S2518] 1790 U. S. census, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Plainfield Township, p. 263 (written), line 40, Phillip Ranse; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 10 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 8
  6. [S2557] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book, L: 441, Cadwalader Roberts Deed to Phillip Rance; digital image, "Deed book, v. L, 1779-1802", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-59D3?i=237&cat=226720, path Item 238 : accessed 1 January 2019).
  7. [S2530] 1800 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Bloom Township, p. 760 (written), line 5, Phillip Raine; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 22 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 37
  8. [S2533] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, 1: 248, Andrew Rentz; digital image, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9SM-78KY?i=143&wc=9PMK-YWL%3A268495501%2C268509701&cc=1999196&cat=92253, path image 144 : accessed 23 December 2018).
  9. [S2544] 1810 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Hemlock Township, p. 198 (written), line 7, Philip Rance; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 31 December 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M252, Roll 53
  10. [S2252] 1820 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington Township, p. 117 (written), line 17, Phillip Rants; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 8 August 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M33, Roll 107
  11. [S1570] Helen H Russell, Preparer, Probate Records 1795-1850 Lycoming County, Pa (Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania: Fort Antes Chapter DAR, 1963); digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ : accessed 23 October 2017)., pg 52
  12. [S2249] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Philip Henrich Rensz, number 43333418, Creator:Rodger, accessed 8 August 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Knorr

b. February 1772, d. 2 July 1843
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited14 December 2018

Elizabeth Knorr was born in February 1772 in PennsylvaniaG.1,2,3
She was the daughter of Leonard Knorr and Susanna.1

Elizabeth Knorr was baptized on 26 April 1772 in Boehms Reformed Church, Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.G.3


Elizabeth Knorr married Philip Rantz, son of Andreas Rantz and Barbara, say 1788.4,1


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Rantz.5


Elizabeth Knorr died on 2 July 1843, at age 71.1,2


Elizabeth Knorr was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .2

Children with Philip Rantz (b. about November 1764, d. 13 October 1827)

DaughterHannah Rantz+ (b. 29 January 1790, d. 7 February 1871)
SonJohn Rantz+ (b. 4 February 1792, d. 28 April 1823)
DaughterSusanna Rantz (b. 23 July 1794, d. 22 January 1866)
SonJacob Rantz+ (b. 11 April 1796, d. 17 December 1879)
DaughterElizabeth Rantz+ (b. 17 December 1797, d. 10 June 1867)
DaughterSarah Rantz (b. 1800, d. 11 October 1826)
DaughterMaria Magdelena Rantz (b. say 1803)
SonHenry Philip Rantz+ (b. 1804, d. 14 January 1888)
DaughterCatherine Rantz (b. 8 April 1806)
SonSimon Peter Rantz+ (b. about 1 July 1809, d. 1 October 1873)
SonAbraham Rantz+ (b. about 1810, d. 10 April 1846)
SonDaniel Rantz+ (b. 17 March 1812, d. 1 May 1888)

Citations

  1. [S2238] Emerson Collins and John W Jordan, editors, Genealogical and personal history of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania (New York and Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1906), Vol 2, Pg 484-490, The Rentz Family; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/genealogicalpers02coll : accessed 4 August 2018).
  2. [S2250] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Elizabeth Rensz, number 43333417, Creator:Rodger, accessed 8 August 2018. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
  3. [S2521] Boehm's Reformed Church (Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania), Baptisms, unk, Elizabetha Knorr; digital images and database, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2451 , path PA - Montgomery->Blue Bell->United Church of Christ->Boehm´s Reformed Church (United Church of Christ)->Image 10: accessed 14 December 2018); citing Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
  4. [S797] "Pedigree Resource File," FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/), entry for ., John Philip Rentz(3PC4-C2J)
  5. [S797] "Pedigree Resource File," FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/), entry for ., Elizabeth Knorr(3PC4-D44)

Henry Schuler

b. say 1763, d. about October 1824
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited2 May 2019

Henry Schuler was born say 1763 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1
He was the son of William Schuler and Elizabeth Tyson.2,1

On 10 June 1775 Daniel Price was appointed guardian of Henry Schuler, as Henry Shoulder, by Judge Samuel Mifflin, Jacob Duche, and George Bryan of the Orphan's Court, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. This appointment was made by a petition by William Schuler stating that his younger brother Henry was 12 years old or less and asking the court to appoint a gaurdian.1


On 19 July 1775 Elizabeth Tyson, as Elizabeth Shuler, and Daniel Price were appointed guardians of Henry Schuler by Judge Samuel Mifflin, Jacob Duche, and James Young of the Orphan's Court, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.3


Gabriel Schuler wrote a will on 15 February 1776 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Henry Schuler was bequeathed when they reach age 20, they are to receive their half of the principal and interest invested by the guardians.4,5


Henry Schuler was a Cordwainer (Shoemaker) in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, on 20 September 1783.6


Henry Schuler and Elizabeth Tyson were named as an executor of the will of William Schuler on 20 September 1783 in Northern Liberties Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.6


Henry Schuler and Elizabeth Tyson were confirmed in the role of Executor for the estate of William Schuler on 9 March 1784 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.6


Henry Schuler, as Henry Schuller, on 17 April 1787 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Warrant for property located in Muncy Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, for 30 pounds. Described as 300 hundred acres adjoining William Ellis's land or survey on the South side of Muncy Township.7


Henry Schuler resided in Shamokin, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, on 17 September 1788 Location mentioned in mother's will.2


Henry Schuler and John Lukens and Abraham Alderfer were named as an executor of the will of Elizabeth Tyson on 17 September 1788 in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.2


Elizabeth Tyson wrote a will on 17 September 1788 in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG. Henry Schuler was bequeathed 120 pounds from the sale of the sale of the house and land, 1/3 share of all movables and household stuff, and a 1/3 share of anything not already bequeathed.2


Henry Schuler was absent when executors were confirmed for the estate of Elizabeth Tyson.2


Henry Schuler was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Henry Shuler. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males of 16 years old and upwards, including heads of families, 4 Free white males under 16 years old, 3 Free white females including heads of families.8


Henry Schuler was enumerated during 1800 on the 1800 U. S. census for Washington, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Henry Shauly. Enumerated in this family were: 4 Free white males under 10 years old, 1 Free white males 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white males 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 2 Free white females under 10 years old, 2 Free white females 10 thru 15 years old, 1 Free white females 26 thru 44 years old, 1 All other free persons.9


Henry Schuler,as Henry Shuler, Cordwainer [Shoemaker],was listed in 1800 on the Septennial Census for Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.10


Henry Schuler was enumerated during 1810 on the 1810 U. S. census for Washington, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Henry Schuler. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 16 thru 25 years old, 4 Free white males 26 thru 44 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 1 Free white females 16 thru 25 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over.11


Henry Schuler was enumerated during 1820 on the 1820 U. S. census for Washington, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Henry Schuler. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 26 to 45 years old, 1 Free white males 45 years old and over, 1 Free white females 10 to 16 years old, 1 Free white females 16 to 26 years old, 1 Free white females 26 to 45 years old, 1 Free white females 45 years old and over, 1 Number engaged in Agriculture.12


Henry Schuler died about October 1824 in Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.13

Children with Elizabeth

SonSamuel Schuler (b. 5 June 1786, d. 12 November 1862)
DaughterMargaret Schuler+ (b. 2 November 1787, d. 25 December 1855)
SonRobert Schuler+ (b. 23 July 1791, d. 8 June 1848)
DaughterElizabeth Schuler (b. say 1795)
SonHenry Schuler (b. 22 January 1796, d. 11 August 1818)

Citations

  1. [S2635] Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court 1772-1775, 10: 280-281, Petition by Willaim Shoulder; digital image, "Orphans' Court records 1719-1856 ; Index 1719-1938", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217425?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 8 March 2019).
  2. [S2329] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Will Record, 1: 166-167, Elizabeth Schuler; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L99B-294T-N?i=87&cc=1999196&cat=231581 : accessed 23 August 2018).
  3. [S2639] Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court 1772-1775, 10: 307, Petition by Elizabeth Shuler; digital image, "Orphans' Court records 1719-1856 ; Index 1719-1938", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217425?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 12 March 2019).
  4. [S2323] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, R: 297-299, Gabriel Shuler #240; image, "Wills, v. R-S, 1778-1784", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-LSWR-G?i=154&cat=353446 : accessed 21 August 2018).
  5. [S3152] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, R: 297-299, Gabriel Shuler #240; image, "Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8802/007646366_00001?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=007726378_00155, path Philadelphia -> Wills, Vol R-S, 1778-1784 -> item 155-56 : accessed 29 May 2020).
  6. [S2326] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, Q: 523-525, William Schuler #402; image, "Wills, v. P-Q, 1770-1778", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-2SJJ-1?i=572&cat=353446 : accessed 22 August 2018).
  7. [S2362] Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Warrant Applications 1787, 522, Henry Schuier; database and digital image, "Pennsylvania, Land Warrants and Applications, 1733-1952", Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2350, path Northumberland -> 1787 -> Image 211-2112 : accessed 11 September 2018); Citing Warrant Applications, 1733-1952. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania State Archives..
  8. [S704] 1790 U. S. census, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, p. 25 (written), line 19, Henry Shuler; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 24 September 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 9
  9. [S708] 1800 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington, p. 585 (written), line 9, Henry Shauly; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 10 October 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication M32, Roll 41
  10. [S2826] Washington Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Septennial Census Returns, 1779–1863, 1800: n.p.; database on-line, "Pennsylvania, Septennial Census, 1779-1863", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2702/33017_263382-00025?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=33017_263382-00043, path Lycoming->1800 -> Item 19 : accessed 1 May 2019).
  11. [S706] 1810 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington, p. 792 (written), line 11, Henry Schuler; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 9 October 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication M252, Roll 52
  12. [S709] 1820 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington, p. 118 (written), line 4, Henry Schuler; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 10 October 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication M33, Roll 107
  13. [S97] Richard H. Goms JR., Online Pedegree Recource File Submission Number 910586-0624100221434, (: ) ., Pin #Pin #501054 (AFN: X38L-ZG)

Elizabeth

Relationship4th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited1 May 2019


Elizabeth,as Elizabeth Shuler,was listed in 1800 on the Septennial Census for Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.1

Children with Henry Schuler (b. say 1763, d. about October 1824)

SonSamuel Schuler (b. 5 June 1786, d. 12 November 1862)
DaughterMargaret Schuler+ (b. 2 November 1787, d. 25 December 1855)
SonRobert Schuler+ (b. 23 July 1791, d. 8 June 1848)
DaughterElizabeth Schuler (b. say 1795)
SonHenry Schuler (b. 22 January 1796, d. 11 August 1818)

Citations

  1. [S2826] Washington Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Septennial Census Returns, 1779–1863, 1800: n.p.; database on-line, "Pennsylvania, Septennial Census, 1779-1863", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2702/33017_263382-00025?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=33017_263382-00043, path Lycoming->1800 -> Item 19 : accessed 1 May 2019).

William Schuler

b. say 1718, d. before 1 October 1766
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited31 May 2020

William Schuler was born say 1718.
He was the son of Gabriel Schuler and Margaret Rodes.1

William Schuler married Elizabeth Tyson, daughter of Peter Tyson and Catherine, say 1744 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. The first child Catherine was born in about 1745.1,2


William Schuler and Elizabeth Tyson, Frederick Antes, and Barbara Tyson on 17 May 1755 purchased property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, from Gabriel Schuler and Catherine for 50 pounds and natural affection. Described as being 118.5 acres owned by Peter Tyson, the deceased father of Elizabeth and Barbara, and inherited by their mother Catherine.3


About 1762 William Schuler was listed as a member of Reformed Church, Old Goshenhoppen, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG. Gabriel Schuler and Samuel Schuler also were listed as members.4


William Schuler died before 1 October 1766 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.5


On 1 October 1766 at Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Elizabeth Tyson and Frederick Antes obtained a bond of 1500 pounds to administer the estate of William Schuler. Jacob Coleman and Leonard Melichor pledged security for the bond.5,6


On 13 October 1766 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Daniel Price, Rudolph Harley, and Nicholas Schwenk appraised the estate of William Schuler. for 761 pounds, 12 schillings.7


On 5 December 1769 at Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaG, the administrators Elizabeth Tyson and Frederick Antes of the estate of William Schuler submitted a final account. The personal property sold for 809 pounds, 1 shilling, 2 pence. Expenses totaled 87 pounds, 4 shillings, 3 pence, leaving a balance for the heirs of 721 pounds, 16 shillings, 11 pence.8

Children with Elizabeth Tyson (b. say 1725, d. between 17 September 1788 and 1 December 1788)

DaughterCatherine Schuler+ (b. about 1745, d. 15 December 1816)
SonGabriel Schuler+ (b. 25 June 1747, d. 30 December 1812)
DaughterMargaret Schuler+ (b. about 4 May 1750, d. 9 December 1819)
SonJohn Schuler+ (b. 29 June 1750)
SonWilliam Schuler (b. 9 May 1761, d. between 20 September 1783 and 9 March 1784)
SonHenry Schuler+ (b. say 1763, d. about October 1824)

Citations

  1. [S2323] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, R: 297-299, Gabriel Shuler #240; image, "Wills, v. R-S, 1778-1784", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-LSWR-G?i=154&cat=353446 : accessed 21 August 2018).
  2. [S2355] "Obituary," Harrisburg [Pensylvania] Republican, 24 December 1816, p 3, col 4; digital image, GenealogyBank (https://www.genealogybank.com : accessed 4 September 2018).
  3. [S2675] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, H6: 282-284, Gabriel Showler et uxx to Wm Showler and others; digital image, "Deed records v. H1-H2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 25 March 2019).
  4. [S2741] William John Hinke, A history of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Charge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1727-1819) (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania-German Society, 1920), 385 image; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyofgoshen00hink/page/385 : accessed 26 August 2018).
  5. [S2350] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Administration Bond; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9Q2-69XJ-H?i=334&cat=1876726, path Image 335 : accessed 2 September 2018).
  6. [S3154] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Administration Bond; digital image, "Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8802/005871861_00002?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=005871861_00335, path Philadelphia Administration Files, No 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766 ->Image 334 : accessed 29 May 2020).
  7. [S3155] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Inventory; digital image, "Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8802/005871861_00002?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=005871861_00337, path Philadelphia Administration Files, No 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766 ->Image 336-338 : accessed 30 May 2020).
  8. [S3156] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Final Account; digital image, "Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8802/005871861_00002?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=005871861_00341, path Philadelphia Administration Files, No 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766 ->Image 340-341 : accessed 31 May 2020).

Elizabeth Tyson

b. say 1725, d. between 17 September 1788 and 1 December 1788
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited28 May 2020

Elizabeth Tyson was born say 1725 in Towamencin Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.
She was the daughter of Peter Tyson and Catherine.1

Elizabeth Tyson married William Schuler, son of Gabriel Schuler and Margaret Rodes, say 1744 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. The first child Catherine was born in about 1745.2,3


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Schuler.2


Elizabeth Tyson was baptized between 1748 and 1758 in New Goshenhoppen Reformed Church, Philadelphia County, PennsyvaniaG.4


Elizabeth Tyson and William Schuler, Frederick Antes, and Barbara Tyson on 17 May 1755 purchased property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, from Gabriel Schuler and Catherine for 50 pounds and natural affection. Described as being 118.5 acres owned by Peter Tyson, the deceased father of Elizabeth and Barbara, and inherited by their mother Catherine.1


On 1 October 1766 at Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Elizabeth Tyson, as Elizabeth Shouler and Frederick Antes obtained a bond of 1500 pounds to administer the estate of William Schuler. Jacob Coleman and Leonard Melichor pledged security for the bond.5,6


On 5 December 1769 at Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaG, Elizabeth Tyson, as Elizabeth Shouler and Frederick Antes the administrators of the estate of William Schuler submitted a final account. The personal property sold for 809 pounds, 1 shilling, 2 pence. Expenses totaled 87 pounds, 4 shillings, 3 pence, leaving a balance for the heirs of 721 pounds, 16 shillings, 11 pence.7


On 19 July 1775 Judges Samuel Mifflin, Jacob Duche, and James Young of the Orphan's Court, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, appointed Elizabeth Tyson, as Elizabeth Shuler, and Daniel Price guardians of William Schuler and Henry Schuler.8


Gabriel Schuler wrote a will on 15 February 1776 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Elizabeth Tyson was bequeathed the role of guardian of grandson William. She was already appointed guardian by the Orphans Court for the City and County of Philadelphia in the summer of 1775. She was to live and have free access to any of his (Gabriel Sr) dwellings: was to have use of the kitchen garden; was to be able to keep two cows which were to be provided feed summer and winter; was to be provided with suitable fire wood: to have the proceeds of two instruments of writing date 1 Aug 1775 between him [Gabriel Sr], his grandson Gabriel and Peter Freed for one year after his death. She was to receive 300 pounds as her share of husband William's estate. In consideration of her taking care of him in his old age, she to recieve all interest on outstanding debts for one year and any remaining assets after all other bequest have been made. She along with the other guardian Daniel Price were to invest the money from the sale of the land and money due William and Henry from their father's estate. When the William and Henry reach age 20 they are to receive the principal and interest due them.2,9


Elizabeth Tyson on 7 June 1778 purchased property located in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, from Robert De Silver unknown amount. Described as a house and 7.25 acres.10


Elizabeth Tyson and Henry Schuler were named as an executor of the will of William Schuler on 20 September 1783 in Northern Liberties Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.11


William Schuler wrote a will on 20 September 1783 in Northern Liberties Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Elizabeth Tyson was bequeathed All of the rest of the estate both real and personal. She could do what she wanted with the bequest but could not give anything to eldest brother Gabriel.11


Elizabeth Tyson and Henry Schuler were confirmed in the role of Executor for the estate of William Schuler on 9 March 1784 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.11


1785 Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, Elizabeth Tyson, as Elizabeth Shuler was assessed tax on 7 acres and dwelling, 1 cow.12


Elizabeth Tyson wrote a will on 17 September 1788 in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, executors John Lukens, Henry Schuler, and Abraham Alderfer, witnesses George Heydrich, Balzer Heydrich, and Henry Switzer.
She made the following bequests.13
  • Son Gabriel Schuler two bonds from Joseph Smith of Springfield, Burks County worth 40 pounds. This was to be Gabriel's total share in the estate.13
  • Son John Schuler 5 pounds. This was to be John's total share in the estate.13
  • Dwelling house and 7 acre lot to be sold at public auction. However it was not to be sold until son Henry come from Shamokin.13
  • Son Henry Schuler 120 pounds from the sale of the sale of the house and land, 1/3 share of all movables and household stuff, and a 1/3 share of anything not already bequeathed.13
  • Daughter Catherine Schuler 150 pounds in good gold or silver currency from son in law Nicholas Rial who owed a bond of 200 pounds plus 50 pounds interest, a 1/3 share of all movables and household stuff, and a 1/3 share of anything not already bequeathed.13
  • Daughter Margaret Schuler the remainder of the note owed by her husband Nicholas Rial, a 1/3 share of all movables and household stuff, and a 1/3 share of anything not already bequeathed.13
  • Son in Law Nicholas Rile A bond of 50 pounds from Jacob Bosard and a bond of 25 pounds from John Kraus.13


  • Elizabeth Tyson died between 17 September 1788 and 1 December 1788.13


    Her will was submited by witnesses, George Heydrich, Balzer Heydrich, and Henry Switzer, and admitted to probate on 1 December 1788 in Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG. John Lukens and Abraham Alderfer were confirmed as executors. Henry Schuler was absent when executors were confirmed.13

    Children with William Schuler (b. say 1718, d. before 1 October 1766)

    DaughterCatherine Schuler+ (b. about 1745, d. 15 December 1816)
    SonGabriel Schuler+ (b. 25 June 1747, d. 30 December 1812)
    DaughterMargaret Schuler+ (b. about 4 May 1750, d. 9 December 1819)
    SonJohn Schuler+ (b. 29 June 1750)
    SonWilliam Schuler (b. 9 May 1761, d. between 20 September 1783 and 9 March 1784)
    SonHenry Schuler+ (b. say 1763, d. about October 1824)

    Citations

    1. [S2675] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, H6: 282-284, Gabriel Showler et uxx to Wm Showler and others; digital image, "Deed records v. H1-H2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 25 March 2019).
    2. [S2323] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, R: 297-299, Gabriel Shuler #240; image, "Wills, v. R-S, 1778-1784", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-LSWR-G?i=154&cat=353446 : accessed 21 August 2018).
    3. [S2355] "Obituary," Harrisburg [Pensylvania] Republican, 24 December 1816, p 3, col 4; digital image, GenealogyBank (https://www.genealogybank.com : accessed 4 September 2018).
    4. [S2659] William John Hinke, A history of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Charge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1727-1819) (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania-German Society, 1920), 288 image; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyofgoshen00hink/page/288 : accessed 26 August 2018).
    5. [S2350] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Administration Bond; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9Q2-69XJ-H?i=334&cat=1876726, path Image 335 : accessed 2 September 2018).
    6. [S3154] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766, 96, William Shouler, Administration Bond; digital image, "Pennsylvania, Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8802/005871861_00002?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=005871861_00335, path Philadelphia Administration Files, No 55-73, 75-80, 82-107, 1766 ->Image 334 : accessed 29 May 2020).
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    8. [S2639] Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court 1772-1775, 10: 307, Petition by Elizabeth Shuler; digital image, "Orphans' Court records 1719-1856 ; Index 1719-1938", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217425?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 12 March 2019).
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    10. [S2789] James Y. Heckler, History of Lower Salford Township : in sketches, commencing with a history of Harleysville (Harleysville, Pennsylvania: James Y. Heckler, 1888), 347; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyoflowersa00heck/page/n741 : accessed 23 April 2019).
    11. [S2326] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, Q: 523-525, William Schuler #402; image, "Wills, v. P-Q, 1770-1778", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-2SJJ-1?i=572&cat=353446 : accessed 22 August 2018).
    12. [S2790] Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County County, Pennsylvania, Tax and Exoneration List, Elizabeth Shuller, 1785; database on-line, "Pennsylvania, Tax and Exoneration, 1768-1801", Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2497/33020_254653-00083?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=Return#?imageId=33020_254653-00083, path Philadelphia->Lower Salford -> Item 1 : accessed 24 April 2019); citing Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission; Records of the Office of the Comptroller General, RG-4; Tax & Exoneration Lists, 1762-1794; Microfilm Roll: 332.
    13. [S2329] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Will Record, 1: 166-167, Elizabeth Schuler; images, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L99B-294T-N?i=87&cc=1999196&cat=231581 : accessed 23 August 2018).

    Gabriel Schuler

    b. say 1685, d. before 3 November 1779
    Relationship6th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited4 June 2020

    Gabriel Schuler was born say 1685 in GermanyG Assuming he was in his twenties when he immigrated. The date given in Find a Grave would have made him 107 at his death which seems unlikely.1


    Gabriel Schuler was naturalized on 28 September 1709 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, He and other Germans naturalized by an Act of the Assembly. On the first list Gabriel's surname is spelled Senders but on the second list it is spelled Schuler.2,3


    Gabriel Schuler married Margaret Rodes on 17 September 1711 in First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.4,5,6


    David Powell on 10 September 1717 recieved a Pennsylvania land warrant for property located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, for for 3000 acres at a cost of 300 pounds plus 1 shilling per 100 acres yearly quit rent. To be surveyed in 6 or less parcels.7


    Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shooler, in December 1717 obtained a Pennsylvania Land Survey for 104 acres located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.
    • Beginning at a post at the corner of Clause Johnson's land.
    • Then by the same North West 110 perches to a post.
    • Then South West 152 perches to post in the line of Hans Reiff's land.
    • Then by the same South East 110 perches to a post.
    • Then North East 152 perches to the beginning.
    The survey was made under the warrant by David Powell above. David Powell no doubt sold this right to Gabriel.8


    Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Showlar, on 14 March 1733 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Warrant for property located in Old Cowosohoppin, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, for 15 pounds 10 shillings per 100 acres and a quit rent of 1/2 penny sterling for each acre. Described as 200 acres.9


    Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shooler, on 25 March 1734 obtained a Pennsylvania Land Survey for 200 acres located in Old Cowosohoppin, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.
    • Beginning at a post at the corner of Joseph Groves land.
    • Then by the same North East 214 perches to another corner of Groves land.
    • Then by vacant land the same direction 37 perches to a post.
    • Then by vacant land South East 146 perches to stone on the East bank of Swamp Creek.
    • Then by vacant land South West 160 perches to a white oak.
    • Then by vacant land North West 30 perches to a post.
    • Then by vacant land South West 91 perches to a white oak.
    • Then by vacant land North West 116 perches to beginning.
    Survey made under the warrant issued to Gabriel on 14 Mar 1734.10


    Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shouler, on 5 April 1734 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Warrant for property located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, for 29 pounds 9 shillings and a yearly quit rent of 1/2 penny sterling for each acre. Described as two parcels totaling 180 acres off vacant land either side of the land surveyed in Dec 1717.11


    Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shooler, on 15 April 1734 obtained a Pennsylvania Land Survey for 181 acres in 2 tracts located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.

    Tract 1 Containing 89 acres
    • Beginning at a dead black oak.
    • Then North West 40 perches by vacant land to the corner of Hans Rieff's land.
    • Then by the same North West 71 perches to the corner of Gabriel Shooler's land obtained form David Powells's warrant of 1717.
    • Then by the same North East 137 perches to the corner of Casper Wisters's Land.
    • Then by the same South East 111 perches.
    • Then South West 39 perches by vacant land to the corner of Jacob Rieff's land.
    • Then by the same South West 98 perches to beginning.

    Tract 2 Containing 92 acres
    • Beginning at post in the line of Hans Riff's land.
    • Then by the same North West 107 perches to post by Christian Allowback land.
    • Then by the same North East 133 perches to post in the line of Isaac Glin's land.
    • Then by the same South East 40 perches to a corner of Isaac Glin's land.
    • Then by the same North East 22 perches to a corner of John Johnson's land.
    • Then by the same South East 67 perches to the corner of Gabriel Shooler's land obtained form David Powells's warrant of 1717.
    • Then by the same South West 155 perches to beginning.12



    • Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shouler, on 25 July 1734 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Patent for property located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Described as the 100 acres of land surveyed Dec 1717 under David Powell's Warrant.13


      Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shouler, on 25 July 1734 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Patent for property located in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Described as the 181 acres of land surveyed 15 Apr 1734.13,14


      Gabriel Schuler, as Gabriel Shouler, on 13 February 1734/35 recieved a Pennsylvania Land Patent for property located in Old Cowosohoppin, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Described as the 200 acres of land surveyed 25 Mar 1734.13


      Gabriel Schuler on 12 January 1739/40 purchased property located in Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, from Caspar Wistar and Catherine Jansen for 101 pounds, 14 shillings. Described as 101 acres and 143 perches
      • Beginning at a post at the corner of Caspar Wistar's other land in the line of John Johnson's land
      • Then South West 238 perches by the land of John Johnson and Gabriel to a post
      • Then South East 68.5 perches to a post
      • Then North East 238 perches to a post and stone at a corner of Hoffman's land
      • Then North West 68.5 perches to beginning.15


      Gabriel Schuler married Catherine say 1745.16


      Gabriel Schuler and Catherine on 20 December 1745 sold property located in Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Samuel Schuler for 100 pounds and natural affection. Described as being in Marlborough, Philadelphia County, containing a grist mill, an oil mill, and a parcel of 200 acres of land plus 6% for roads with a quit rent of one halfpenny Sterling for every acre. This the same 200 acres that Gabriel Schuler received that patent for on 13 Feb 1734/5.16


      Gabriel Schuler and Catherine on 17 May 1755 sold property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to William Schuler, Elizabeth Tyson, Frederick Antes, and Barbara Tyson for 50 pounds and natural affection. Described as being 118.5 acres owned by Peter Tyson, the deceased father of Elizabeth and Barbara, and inherited by their mother Catherine.17


      About 1762 Gabriel Schuler was listed as a member of Reformed Church, Old Goshenhoppen, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG. Samuel Schuler and William Schuler were also listed as members.18


      Gabriel Schuler and Catherine on 31 March 1770 sold property located in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler 300 pounds. Described as 3 parcels of land in Lower Salford.

      The first parcel described as beginning at the corner of Jacob Clemens land, then by the same North East 133 perches to the line of Gabriel Klind's land, then by the same South East 40 perches, then North East 22 perches to the corner of John Johnson's land, then by the same South East 67 perches to the corner of Gabriel Schuler Senior's other land, then by the same South West 155 perches to the line of Peter Fried's land, then by same and Frederick Alderffer's land North West 107 perches to beginning. Containing 92 acres and an the allowance at 6% for road and Highways

      The second parcel described as beginning at a corner of the first parcel then by the same North East 155 perches to John Johnson's line, then by the same South East 30 perches to the corner of Gabriel Shouler's other land, then by the same South 25 degrees West 69 perches, then North 70 degrees West 12 perches, then South 13 degrees West 13 perches, then South 51 degrees West 75.5 perches to Peter Frieds Land, then by same North West 41.5 perches to the beginning. Containing 40 acres and an the allowance at 6% for road and Highways

      The third parcel described as beginning a corner of John Johnson's land and then by the same North East 220 perches, then South East 68.5 perches to the line of George Hendicks land, then by the same and by the land of Bernhard Getz South West 138 perches to a corner Gabriel Schuler's land, then by the same North West 67.5 perches, then South West 82 perches to the middle of the road to Philadelphia, then 1 perch to the beginning. Containing 59 acres and 95 perches.19


      Gabriel Schuler and Catherine on 7 April 1770 sold property located in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to John Schuler for an unknown amount. Probably the same terms his brother Gabriel received. The deed does not appear to have been recorded. The description of the 215.5 acres is found when John sold the property in 1775 to Peter Fried.20


      Gabriel Schuler wrote a will on 15 February 1776 in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, executors Gabriel Schuler and Nicholas Rile, witnesses Melchior Wagener.
      He made the following bequests.21,22
    • Each grandson Gabriel Schuler and John Schuler to pay 300 pounds to the executors in exchange for each receiving half of the property. This money had already been paid to their mother, Elizabeth.21,22
    • Trusted friend Daniel Price the role of guardian of grandson Henry. The will says David Price but I can't find a David only Daniel who was appointed guardian by the Orphans Court for the City and County of Philadelphia in the summer of 1775. He along with the other guardian Elizabeth Schuler were to invest the money from the sale of the land and money due William and Henry from their father's estate.21,22
    • Widow of son William Elizabeth Tyson the role of guardian of grandson William. She was already appointed guardian by the Orphans Court for the City and County of Philadelphia in the summer of 1775. She was to live and have free access to any of his (Gabriel Sr) dwellings: was to have use of the kitchen garden; was to be able to keep two cows which were to be provided feed summer and winter; was to be provided with suitable fire wood: to have the proceeds of two instruments of writing date 1 Aug 1775 between him [Gabriel Sr], his grandson Gabriel and Peter Freed for one year after his death. She was to receive 300 pounds as her share of husband William's estate. In consideration of her taking care of him in his old age, she to recieve all interest on outstanding debts for one year and any remaining assets after all other bequest have been made. She along with the other guardian Daniel Price were to invest the money from the sale of the land and money due William and Henry from their father's estate. When the William and Henry reach age 20 they are to receive the principal and interest due them.21,22
    • Grandsons William Schuler and Henry Schuler when they reach age 20, they are to receive their half of the principal and interest invested by the guardians.21,22
    • Granddaughter Margaret Schuler now wife of Nicholas Reel (Rile) 150 pounds.21,22
    • Granddaughter Catherine Schuler, now wife of Fredrick Antes Esq 150 pounds.21,22
    • Each grandchild Anna Maria Antes and Henry Antes,children of deceased daughter [step daughter] Barbara Tyson, 2 pounds.21,22
    • Children Catharina Schuler, Christina Schuler, and Samuel Schuler nothing having already received a full share of the estate.21,22


    • Gabriel Schuler died before 3 November 1779 in Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1,21,22


      Gabriel Schuler was buried in Reiff's Church Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .1


      His will was proved on 3 November 1779 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.21,22

      Children with Margaret Rodes

      DaughterCatharina Schuler+ (b. about 10 September 1716, d. 17 August 1789)
      SonSamuel Schuler+ (b. February 1717, d. between 27 December 1774 and 1 January 1775)
      SonWilliam Schuler+ (b. say 1718, d. before 1 October 1766)
      DaughterChristina Schuler (b. say 1721)

      Citations

      1. [S1713] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Gabriel Schuler, number 49876897, Creator:Kati McSweeney, accessed 1 December 2017. citing Reiff's Church Cemetery, Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
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      Margaret Rodes

      Relationship6th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
      ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited20 April 2020


      Margaret Rodes was also known as Margaret Aweeg.1


      Margaret Rodes married Gabriel Schuler on 17 September 1711 in First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2,3,1


      After her marriage she was known as Margaret Schuler.3

      Children with Gabriel Schuler (b. say 1685, d. before 3 November 1779)

      DaughterCatharina Schuler+ (b. about 10 September 1716, d. 17 August 1789)
      SonSamuel Schuler+ (b. February 1717, d. between 27 December 1774 and 1 January 1775)
      SonWilliam Schuler+ (b. say 1718, d. before 1 October 1766)
      DaughterChristina Schuler (b. say 1721)

      Citations

      1. [S3073] William J. Hinke, translator, "Church Records of the Neshaminy or Southhampton Dutch Reformed Church at Churchville, Bucks County, Pa. Vol. I 1710-1738," typescript, 1; digital image, "U.S., Presbyterian Church Records, 1701-1970," , Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/61048/47105_2421401697_2538-00001?backurl=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnRecord#?imageId=47105_2421401697_2538-00005, path Pennsylvania -> Churchville -> North and Southampton Reformed Church -> Register ->1710-1820 -> Image 5 : accessed 25 Dec 2019); citing Church Registers. Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
      2. [S2337] First Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Church Register 1701-1746, unpaginated, Gabriel Shouler and Margaret Rodes; digital images and database, "U.S., Presbyterian Church Records, 1701-1970," Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=61048 , path Pennsylvania->Philadelphia->First->Presbyterian->Church->Baptisms,->Births,->Marriages->1701-1746->image 54: accessed 25 August 2018); citing Church Registers. Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
      3. [S1520] John B. Linn and Wm.H Egle, M.D., Editors, Pennsylvania Archives Second Series (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Lane S. Hart, State Printer, 1880); database and images "Pennsylvania Archives," Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com/ : accessed 20 October 2017), path: Revolutionary War -> Browse all Revolutionary War Titles -> Pennsylvania Archives -> Series 2., Vol IX, pg 60 and 63

      Peter Tyson

      d. before 24 December 1739
      Relationship6th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
      ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited18 May 2020
      He was the son of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret.1

      Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Peter Tyson was bequeathed 25 pounds, a horse named Burt, and 1/6 of the remaining estate after his mothers death.1


      Peter Tyson was a Shoemaker.2


      Peter Tyson married Catherine say 1718. They were married by 19 Dec 1719 when land was sold to Casper Leubecker.3,2


      Peter Tyson on 14 May 1719 purchased property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, from Hans Jost Hite and Anna Maria Merckle for 90 pounds lawful silver money. Described as 141.5 acres
      • Beginning at a post in the line of Peter Wents land
      • Then North West 160 perches to a post
      • Then North East 155 perches to a post
      • Then South East 182 perches to the middle of the branch of Skipack
      • Then through the course of the same 55 perches
      • Then North West 14 perches through the said branch

      • Then through the course of the same 84 perches to black oak
      • Then South 14 degrees East 54 perches to a post
      • Then South West 24 perches to the beginning.4


      Peter Tyson and Catherine on 9 December 1719 sold property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Casper Leubecker. described as 23 acres of land out of the 141.5 he bought from Hans Jost Hite.2


      Peter Tyson died before 24 December 1739.3


      On 24 December 1739 in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Joseph Luken appraised the estate of Peter Tyson.5


      On 4 January 1739/40 the Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Peter Tyson to Catherine. Mathias Tyson and John Cunrards pledged security for the bond.3

      Children with Catherine (b. 4 May 1695, d. January 1773)

      DaughterElizabeth Tyson+ (b. say 1725, d. between 17 September 1788 and 1 December 1788)
      DaughterBarbara Tyson+ (b. 17 November 1732, d. 6 February 1775)

      Citations

      1. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).
      2. [S2675] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, H6: 282-284, Gabriel Showler et uxx to Wm Showler and others; digital image, "Deed records v. H1-H2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 25 March 2019).
      3. [S2351] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 1738-1739, File 96, Peter Tyson; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6GPS-KQK?i=534&cat=1876726, path Image 533-534 : accessed 3 September 2018).
      4. [S3151] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, F-2: 48-51, Hans Yost Hyte to Peter Tyson; digital image, "Deeds (Philadephia County, Pennsylvania), 1683-1886 ; index to deeds, 1683-1916", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFB-RS9Z-4?i=369&cat=227024, path item 370 : accessed 17 May 2020).
      5. [S3043] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 1738-1739, File 96, Peter Tyson, Inventory and Appraisal; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6GPS-KZZ?i=534&cat=1876726%2C, path Image 535-537 : accessed 2 December 2019).

      Catherine

      b. 4 May 1695, d. January 1773
      Relationship6th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
      ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited25 March 2019

      Catherine was born on 4 May 1695.1,2


      Catherine married Peter Tyson, son of Cornelius Tyson and Margaret, say 1718. They were married by 19 Dec 1719 when land was sold to Casper Leubecker.3,4


      After her marriage she was known as Catherine Tyson.4


      Catherine and Peter Tyson on 9 December 1719 sold property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Casper Leubecker. described as 23 acres of land out of the 141.5 he bought from Hans Jost Hite.4


      On 4 January 1739/40 Catherine was granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of Peter Tyson by the Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Mathias Tyson and John Cunrards pledged security for the bond.3


      Catherine married Gabriel Schuler say 1745.5


      After her marriage she was known as Catherine Schuler.


      Catherine, as his wife and Gabriel Schuler on 20 December 1745 sold property located in Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Samuel Schuler for 100 pounds and natural affection. Described as being in Marlborough, Philadelphia County, containing a grist mill, an oil mill, and a parcel of 200 acres of land plus 6% for roads with a quit rent of one halfpenny Sterling for every acre. This the same 200 acres that Gabriel Schuler received that patent for on 13 Feb 1734/5.5


      Catherine and Gabriel Schuler on 17 May 1755 sold property located in Towamencin Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to William Schuler, Elizabeth Tyson, Frederick Antes, and Barbara Tyson for 50 pounds and natural affection. Described as being 118.5 acres owned by Peter Tyson, the deceased father of Elizabeth and Barbara, and inherited by their mother Catherine.4


      Catherine and Gabriel Schuler on 31 March 1770 sold property located in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to Gabriel Schuler 300 pounds. Described as 3 parcels of land in Lower Salford.

      The first parcel described as beginning at the corner of Jacob Clemens land, then by the same North East 133 perches to the line of Gabriel Klind's land, then by the same South East 40 perches, then North East 22 perches to the corner of John Johnson's land, then by the same South East 67 perches to the corner of Gabriel Schuler Senior's other land, then by the same South West 155 perches to the line of Peter Fried's land, then by same and Frederick Alderffer's land North West 107 perches to beginning. Containing 92 acres and an the allowance at 6% for road and Highways

      The second parcel described as beginning at a corner of the first parcel then by the same North East 155 perches to John Johnson's line, then by the same South East 30 perches to the corner of Gabriel Shouler's other land, then by the same South 25 degrees West 69 perches, then North 70 degrees West 12 perches, then South 13 degrees West 13 perches, then South 51 degrees West 75.5 perches to Peter Frieds Land, then by same North West 41.5 perches to the beginning. Containing 40 acres and an the allowance at 6% for road and Highways

      The third parcel described as beginning a corner of John Johnson's land and then by the same North East 220 perches, then South East 68.5 perches to the line of George Hendicks land, then by the same and by the land of Bernhard Getz South West 138 perches to a corner Gabriel Schuler's land, then by the same North West 67.5 perches, then South West 82 perches to the middle of the road to Philadelphia, then 1 perch to the beginning. Containing 59 acres and 95 perches.6


      Catherine and Gabriel Schuler on 7 April 1770 sold property located in Lower Salford Township, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, to John Schuler for an unknown amount. Probably the same terms his brother Gabriel received. The deed does not appear to have been recorded. The description of the 215.5 acres is found when John sold the property in 1775 to Peter Fried.7


      Catherine died in January 1773, at age 77.2


      Catherine was buried on 1 February 1773 in Reformed Church, Old Goshenhoppen, Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaG.1,2

      Children with Peter Tyson (d. before 24 December 1739)

      DaughterElizabeth Tyson+ (b. say 1725, d. between 17 September 1788 and 1 December 1788)
      DaughterBarbara Tyson+ (b. 17 November 1732, d. 6 February 1775)

      Citations

      1. [S2495] Henry Sassaman Dotterer, editor, The Perkiomen Region, Past and Present Vol 2 (Philadelphia: Perkiomen Pub. Co., 1901), 22, Fragments of Family History; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/perkiomenregionp02dott/page/n51 : accessed 11 November 2018).
      2. [S2644] William John Hinke, A history of the Goshenhoppen Reformed Charge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (1727-1819) (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania-German Society, 1920), 419 image; digital image, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/historyofgoshen00hink/page/419 : accessed 26 August 2018).
      3. [S2351] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Administration files, 1738-1739, File 96, Peter Tyson; digital image, Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6GPS-KQK?i=534&cat=1876726, path Image 533-534 : accessed 3 September 2018).
      4. [S2675] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, H6: 282-284, Gabriel Showler et uxx to Wm Showler and others; digital image, "Deed records v. H1-H2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 25 March 2019).
      5. [S2626] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, H1: 17-20, Gabl Shouler Vux to Saml Shouler; digital image, "Deed records v. H1-H2 1739-1766", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 11 February 2019).
      6. [S2356] Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book, 6 part 2: 498-502, Gabriel Shouler Senior to Gabriel Shouler Junior; digital image, "Deed Books 5-6 1790-1792", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSF1-SS49-4?i=554&cat=228409, path Image 555 : accessed 6 September 2018).
      7. [S2643] Phiadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Deeds Book, I 15: 17-20, John Scholler et ux to Peter Fried; digital image, "Deed records v. I 14-15 1766-1800", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/227024?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 17 March 2019).

      Cornelius Tyson

      b. 1652, d. 9 May 1716
      Relationship7th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
      ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited12 January 2020

      Cornelius Tyson was born in 1652.1


      Cornelius Tyson married Margaret.1


      Cornelius Tyson was also known as Cornelis Tisen.2


      Cornelius Tyson was also known as Cornelius Tiesen.3


      On 31 December 1702 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, Cornelius Tyson was elected, as Cornelis Tisen, Committeeman of the General Court of the Corporation of Germantown. He replaced Daniel Geißler.2


      Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, executors Margaret, witnesses Francis Daniel Pastorius, William Strepers, and Herman Grothausen.
      He made the following bequests.4
    • wife Margaret the farm and all his possessions during her natural life.4
    • youngest son Peter Tyson 25 pounds, a horse named Burt, and 1/6 of the remaining estate after his mothers death.4
    • eldest son Mathias Tyson a horse named Brown, and 1/6 of the remaining estate after his mothers death.4
    • daughter Barabara Tyson,wife of Mathias Kunders, 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.4
    • daughter Alitie Tyson,wife of John Cunrards, 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.4
    • daughter Williemptie Tyson,wife of Paul Engle, 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.4
    • daughter Janneke Tyson,wife of Lawrence Hendricks, 1/6 of the remaining estate after her mothers death.4


    • Cornelius Tyson died on 9 May 1716, at age ~64, in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.1,3


      Cornelius Tyson was buried in Upper Burial Grounds, Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG, FG .3


      His will was submited by witnesses, William Strepers and Herman Grothausen, and admitted to probate on 27 July 1716 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Margaret were confirmed as executors.4

      Children with Margaret

      SonPeter Tyson+ (d. before 24 December 1739)
      DaughterBarabara Tyson+
      DaughterAlitie Tyson+
      DaughterWilliemptie Tyson
      DaughterJanneke Tyson
      SonMathias Tyson (b. 1682, d. 8 April 1766)

      Citations

      1. [S2353] Ralph L. Johnson and David H. Bergey, Genealogical Landmarks and Milestones of the Lower Perkiomen Country (Bedminster, Pennsyvania: Adams Apple Press, 1992); A reprint of The Perkhomen Region, organ of the Perkiomen History and Science Society; Vol. XII, Nos. 3 and 4; whole number 46 and 47; October 1934; Pennsburg, Pennsylvania., 39
      2. [S2908] James M Duffin and Don Yoder, Acta Germanopolis: records of the Corporation of Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1691-1707 (Philadelphia: Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, 2008)., 223, 280
      3. [S2907] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Cornelius Doors Tiesen, number 28078440, Creator:Laura Garrett Ladkau, Photo shirley, accessed 3 September 2019. citing Upper Burial Grounds, Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
      4. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).

      Margaret

      Relationship7th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
      ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited3 September 2018


      Margaret married Cornelius Tyson.1


      After her marriage she was known as Margaret Tyson.1


      Margaret was named as an executor of the will of Cornelius Tyson on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2


      Cornelius Tyson wrote a will on 6 April 1716 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG. Margaret was bequeathed the farm and all his possessions during her natural life.2


      Margaret was confirmed in the role of Executor for the estate of Cornelius Tyson on 27 July 1716 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PennsylvaniaG.2

      Children with Cornelius Tyson (b. 1652, d. 9 May 1716)

      SonPeter Tyson+ (d. before 24 December 1739)
      DaughterBarabara Tyson+
      DaughterAlitie Tyson+
      DaughterWilliemptie Tyson
      DaughterJanneke Tyson
      SonMathias Tyson (b. 1682, d. 8 April 1766)

      Citations

      1. [S2353] Ralph L. Johnson and David H. Bergey, Genealogical Landmarks and Milestones of the Lower Perkiomen Country (Bedminster, Pennsyvania: Adams Apple Press, 1992); A reprint of The Perkhomen Region, organ of the Perkiomen History and Science Society; Vol. XII, Nos. 3 and 4; whole number 46 and 47; October 1934; Pennsburg, Pennsylvania., 39
      2. [S2352] Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Will Book, D: 54, Cornelius Tyson #69; image, "Wills, v. C-E, 1705-1736", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9B2-P3NZ-W?i=239&cat=353446, path image 240 : accessed 3 September 2018).

      William Ballard

      b. 1851
      Last Edited13 June 2017

      William Ballard was born in 1851 in IndianaG.1


      On 14 July 1870 William Ballard was enumerated in the household of Jeduthan C Flint on the 1870 U. S. census for Richland Township, Tama County, IowaG, as William Ballard, 19 years old, birthplace of Indiana, occupation of Farme Laborer. Also enumerated in the household were Jesse Douglas Flint, Abigail E Rector, William J Flint, Cora May Flint, and Charles Henry Flint.1

      Citations

      1. [S100] 1870 U. S. census, Tama County, Iowa, population schedule, Richland Township, Post Office Tama City, p. 20 (written) p. 361 (stamped), dwelling 161, family 153, Jeduthan Flint; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 7 December 2008; citing NARA microfilm publication M593, Roll 420

      Susannah Mann??

      b. about 1793
      Last Edited8 July 2018

      Susannah Mann?? was born about 1793 in Rhode IslandG.1,2,3


      Susannah Mann?? married Mr Wade say 1809.


      After her marriage she was known as Susannah Wade.


      Susannah Mann?? married Joshua Baker Bearss on 19 May 1824 in Marion County, OhioG.4


      After her marriage she was known as Susannah Bearss.4


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 10 January 1827 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Byron Kilbourne for $100. Described as the South part of the West half of the NE quarter of section 27 Township 5 in Range 16. 51 Acres. Witnessed by James Kilbourne and John Y. Tharp.5


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 29 April 1828 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Milo D. Pettibone for $10. Described as the North part of the South East quarter of Section 34 in Township 5, Range 16 South in the Delaware District, commence at the North West corner of said section, then South 60 perches, then East 160 perches. Witnessed by Michael Alspach and Hector Pettibone.6


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 24 December 1829 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Isaac Gloyd and John Gloyd for $343. Described as a parcel beginning nine perches south? and 4 tenths of perch east of the corners of sections 22,23,26 then South 62 perches, then East 24 perches, then South 32.1 perches on the street of the town of Claridon, then East 10 perches, then south 6 perches, then East 4 perches, then South 8 perches, then East 80 perches, then North 108 perches and then West 70.6 perches to the beginning . Containing 53 Acres and 27 Perches. Witnessed by Ebenezer Jr. Lewis and John Y. Tharp.7


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 19 April 1830 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to William Robinson for $115. Described as the South half of the West half of the South East Quarter of Section 15 of Township 4 of Range 16 South. 40 Acres. Filed 6 Aug 1830 and recorded 9 Aug 1830. Witnessed by Ira Lewis and John Y. Tharp.8


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 30 May 1832 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Henry Parcel for $650. Described as the South half of the West half of the South East Quarter of Section 15 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres and also Lot 1 in location 2 in Section 22 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 112 Acres. Filed 10 Mar 1834 and recorded 25 Mar 1834. Witnessed by Alanson Packard and Phineas Packard.9


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 5 March 1834 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Henry Parcel for $500. Described as the West half of the North West quarter of Section 29 in Township 4 South of Range 17, containing 80 Acres. Filed Mar 10 1834 and recorded Mar 25 1834. Witnessed by Alanson Packard and Phineas Packard.10


      Susannah Mann?? and Joshua Baker Bearss on 2 December 1834 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Daniel Wyaut for $600. Being part of Section 22. Township 4 South, Range 16 described as beginning at the corner of lands owned by James McCauley, Rachel See, and Christian Long in the center of the Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike road, then with road 13 degrees East of North 77 poles to the corner of the land owned by Alexander Kirkpatrick, then 86 degrees South of East 1.5 poles, then North 8 poles to the section line, then East 113 poles to the section line, then South 80 poles, then West 173 poles to the beginning, containing 80 Acres. Filed on the 19 May 1835 and recorded on 20 May 1835. Witnessed by James Young and Elias Spurgeon.11


      Susannah Mann?? married David Clark on 16 June 1839 in Delaware County, OhioG.12


      After her marriage she was known as Susannah Clark.12


      On 14 August 1850 Susannah Mann?? was enumerated in the household of David Clark on the 1850 U. S. census for Liberty Township, Delaware County, OhioG, as Susanna Clarke, 57 years old, birthplace of RI. Also enumerated in the household were Sarah Clark, Lydia Clark, Amned Bearss, Mary Clark, Julia Ann Bearss, John Clark, Laura Clark, and Essa Steward.2


      On 1 June 1860 Susannah Mann?? was enumerated in the household of Joshua Pennell on the 1860 U. S. census for Liberty Township, Delaware County, OhioG, as Susan Clark, 67 years old, birthplace of New York. Also enumerated in the household were Mary Pennell, Ella Pennell, George Pennell, and Mary Thompson.13


      On 21 July 1870 Susannah Mann?? was enumerated in the household of John Hinds on the 1870 U. S. census for Canaan Towhship, Morrow County, OhioG, as Susan Clark, 77 years old, birthplace of R.I., occupation of At Home. Also enumerated in the household were Maria Wade, John Wesley Hinds, William Hinds, Joseph Dunhill Hinds, and Sarah Bay;es.3

      Child with Mr Wade

      DaughterMaria Wade+ (b. 31 August 1810, d. 27 January 1879)

      Children with Joshua Baker Bearss (b. say 1775, d. before 1839)

      SonAmned Bearss (b. about 1828, d. 23 July 1858)
      DaughterJulia Ann Bearss+ (b. 9 April 1830, d. 20 April 1860)

      Citations

      1. [S512] U. S. Census 1830, Marion County, Ohio, Claridon, p. 155 (written) p. 155 (stamped), line 2, Joshua Bearss; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 May 2007); from National Archives microfilm M19, Roll 135.
      2. [S2193] 1850 U. S. census, Delaware County, Ohio, population schedule, Liberty Township, p. 208back (stamped), dwelling 1577, family 1520, David Clarke; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 6 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 675
      3. [S2205] 1870 U. S. census, Morrow County, Ohio, population schedule, Canaan Towhship, Caledonia Post Office, p. 6 (written) p. 279back (stamped), dwelling 43, family 43, John Hines; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 8 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M593, Roll 1247
      4. [S2191] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 1, Joshua Bearss and Susannah Wade; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-X49, path Marion -> Marriage records 1824-1835 vol 1 -> Image 29 : accessed 6 July 2018).
      5. [S2157] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 390-391, Joshua B Bearss To Byron Kilbourne; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NQR?i=256&cat=252960 : accessed 11 June 2018).
      6. [S2158] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 591-592, Joshua B Bearss To Milo D Pettibone; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JKY?i=364&cat=252960 : accessed 15 June 2018).
      7. [S2185] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 3: 220-222, Joshua B Bearss To John Gloyd and Issac Gloyd; digital image, "Deeds, v. 3-4 1829-1832", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-5WZT?i=109&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).
      8. [S2186] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 3: 423-424, Joshua B Bearss To John Gloyd and Issac Gloyd; digital image, "Deeds, v. 3-4 1829-1832", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5WGH?i=211&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).
      9. [S2217] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 5: 664-665, Joshua B Bearss to Henry Parcel; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-5999-6?i=346&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).
      10. [S2187] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 5: 663-664, Joshua B Bearss to Henry Parcel; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-599Q-S?i=345&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).
      11. [S2218] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 114-115, Joshua B Bearss to Daniel Wyaut; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-5HF3?i=63&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).
      12. [S2192] Delaware County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 176, David Clark and Susannah Barrass; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939K-GRSM-CS?i=98&cc=1614804, path Marion -> Marriage records 1824-1835 vol 1 -> Image 29 : accessed 6 July 2018).
      13. [S2199] 1860 U. S. census, Delaware County, Ohio, population schedule, Liberty Township, Dublin Post Office, p. 2 (written), dwelling 8, family 8, Joshua Pennell; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 7 July 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 957

      J.B Packard

      Last Edited26 July 2018


      J.B Packard and Eunice Packard on 15 June 1832 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $500. Described as the West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 29 in Township 4 South, Range 17, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 Aug 1834. Witnessed by Alanson Packard and Samuel Littlefield.1

      Citations

      1. [S2222] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 175, Joshua B Bearss from J B Packard; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5Y1H?i=450&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).

      Rev Andrew Kinnear

      Last Edited13 June 2017


      Rev Andrew Kinnear witnessed the marriage of Israel Clark, Jun, and Louisa Bearss on 16 February 1825 in Marion County, OhioG.1


      Rev Andrew Kinnear witnessed the marriage of Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss on 13 November 1830 in Marion, OhioG.2,3

      Citations

      1. [S1705] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 11, Israel Clark Jun and Lousia Bearss; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-XQD : accessed 20 November 2017).
      2. [S1823] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 101, Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-2VG : accessed 14 January 2018).
      3. [S79] Brown Thurston, Thurston Genealogies Second Edition (Portland, Maine: Brown Thurston, 1892)., 624 shows date as 18 Nov 1830, Reprinted by: Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Massachusetts 01970

      Louisa Bearss

      Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
      Last Edited19 November 2017

      Louisa Bearss was born.
      She was the daughter of Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp. This could be a daughter the name and place of her marriage would indicate it.1

      Louisa Bearss married Israel Clark, Jun, on 16 February 1825 in Marion County, OhioG.1


      After her marriage she was known as Louisa Clark.1

      Citations

      1. [S1705] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 11, Israel Clark Jun and Lousia Bearss; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-XQD : accessed 20 November 2017).

      Israel Clark, Jun

      Last Edited19 November 2017


      Israel Clark, Jun, married Louisa Bearss, daughter of Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp, on 16 February 1825 in Marion County, OhioG.1

      Citations

      1. [S1705] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Record, 1: 11, Israel Clark Jun and Lousia Bearss; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-XQD : accessed 20 November 2017).

      J.P. George D Cross

      Last Edited13 June 2017


      J.P. George D Cross witnessed the marriage of Nathan Herendeen and Eunice Thurston on 23 January 1834 in Marion County, OhioG.1,2

      Citations

      1. [S79] Brown Thurston, Thurston Genealogies Second Edition (Portland, Maine: Brown Thurston, 1892)., 587, Reprinted by: Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
      2. [S2119] Marion County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1: 197, Eunice Thurston and Nathan Herrendeen; database with images, "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XZ6T-B5F : accessed 20 May 2018).

      Eleanor Gaylord

      Last Edited13 June 2017


      Eleanor Gaylord and Amos Utley on 31 October 1823 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss to Nathaniel E. Hanes for $70. Described as the part of the West Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian North of the road from Calridon to Marion.1

      Citations

      1. [S2153] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 50-51, Joshua B Bearss To Nathaniel C Hanes; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NR1?i=137&cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

      Amos Utley

      Last Edited13 June 2017


      Amos Utley and Eleanor Gaylord on 31 October 1823 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss to Nathaniel E. Hanes for $70. Described as the part of the West Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian North of the road from Calridon to Marion.1


      Amos Utley and Amos Earb on 7 September 1824 witnessed the purchase of property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, by Joshua Baker Bearss from Silas C. McClary and Pluma McClary for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10.2


      Amos Utley and Isaac Stratton on 18 March 1825 witnessed the purchase of property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss to Sarah Shanklin for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10.3

      Citations

      1. [S2153] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 50-51, Joshua B Bearss To Nathaniel C Hanes; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NR1?i=137&cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).
      2. [S2155] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 53, Joshua B Bearss from Silas McClary; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NJG?i=138&cat=252960 : accessed 7 June 2018).
      3. [S2154] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 378-379, Joshua B Bearss To Sarah Shanklin; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-2JKS?i=250&cat=252960 : accessed 6 June 2018).

      Amos Earb

      Last Edited13 June 2017


      Amos Earb and Amos Utley on 7 September 1824 witnessed the purchase of property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, by Joshua Baker Bearss from Silas C. McClary and Pluma McClary for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10.1

      Citations

      1. [S2155] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 53, Joshua B Bearss from Silas McClary; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NJG?i=138&cat=252960 : accessed 7 June 2018).