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Joshua Baker Bearss

b. say 1775, d. before 1839
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited27 July 2018

Joshua Baker Bearss was born say 1775 The 1830 Census puts his birth between 1770 and 1780. If he had to be at least 21 years old to enter into the quit claim deed with Foote then his birth was in the earlier part of the range.1,2


Joshua Baker Bearss was also known as Joshua B Bearss.3


Joshua Baker Bearss and Benajah Beardsley on 25 September 1797 obtained interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by quitclaim deed from John Foot for $35. The property described as a tailor shop at the upper end of Town Street, occupied by John Foot, standing on land owned by Rebeckah Cooke (wife to Samuel Cooke.)2


Joshua Baker Bearss on 9 January 1798 gave interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by a quitclaim deed to Benajah Beardsley for $40. The property described as a tailor shop nearly opposite Maj Justus Barnum's store, and on the northerly part of Rebeccah Cooke & Samuel Cooke Homelot (owned in fee by Rebeccah) being the shop formerly owned by Capt John Foot.4


Joshua Baker Bearss married Ruth B Knapp, daughter of John Knapp and Ruth Gregory. Distribution of Real Estate from the estate of John Knapp to daughter Ruth wife of Joshua B Bearss.5,6


Joshua Baker Bearss on 30 May 1808 purchased property located in Marcellus, Onondaga County, New YorkG, from John Kneeland for $250. Described as an eastern part of lot 74 containing 30 acres. Witnessed by Amasa Kneeland and Warren Kneeland.7


Joshua Baker Bearss on 21 April 1809 purchased property located in Marcellus, Onondaga County, New YorkG, from Gilbert Palmer for $300. Described as part of lot 76 containing 4 acres.8


Joshua Baker Bearss on 16 May 1809 sold property located in Marcellus, Onondaga County, New YorkG, to Warren Kneeland for $400. This the same land purchased from John Kneeland the year before. Witnessed by John Gillet.9


Joshua Baker Bearss was enumerated during 1810 on the 1810 U. S. census for Marcellus, Onondaga County, New YorkG, as head of family Joshua B Bearss. Enumerated in this family were: 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.10


Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp resided in Lansing, Tomkins County, New YorkG, in 1818.11


Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp on 19 August 1818 gave interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by a quitclaim deed to Paul Hamilton for $26. Described as a certain piece of land in Danbury containg two acres. Bounded on the East in part by Paul Hamilton and in part by Thaddeus Hoyt's land, on the North by the Highway, on the west by Ruth Knapp's land and on the South by Paul Hamilton. Signed in New Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Witnessed by Levi Knapp and Samuel T Barnum, Justice of Peace,.11


Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp on 19 August 1818 gave interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by a quitclaim deed to Levi Knapp for $5. Described as all the Estate of widow Ruth Knapp of Danbury both real and personal lying in Danbury. Witnessed by Chloe Hopkins and Samuel T Barnum, Justice of Peace,.12


Joshua Baker Bearss was enumerated during 1820 on the 1820 U. S. census for Big Rock Township, Delaware County, OhioG, as head of family Joshua Burce. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males to 10 years old, 1 Free white males 26 to 45 years old, 1 Free white females to 10 years old, 2 Free white females 10 to 16 years old, 2 Free white females 16 to 26 years old, 1 Free white females 26 to 45 years old, 1 Number engaged in Agriculture, 8 All others except Indians not taxed.13


On 18 August 1820 at the United States Land Office in Delaware, Delaware County, OhioG, Joshua Baker Bearss paid $100 for 80 acres of land at $1.25 per acre, described as the W½ of the NW¼, Section 26, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian.14


On 18 August 1820 at the United States Land Office in Delaware, Delaware County, OhioG, Joshua Baker Bearss paid $100 for 80 acres of land at $1.25 per acre, described as the E½ of the NE¼, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian.15


Joshua Baker Bearss on 3 August 1821 made, published and directed to be recorded the plat of Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, surveyed by James Kilbourne. Witnessed by George Jeffries and Jekiel Wilcox.16,17


On 25 August 1821 at the United States Land Office in Delaware, Delaware County, OhioG, Joshua Baker Bearss paid $100 for 80 acres of land at $1.25 per acre, described as the W½ of the NE¼, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian.18


Joshua Baker Bearss on 5 October 1821 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Marion County, OhioG, from the land office at |E½ of the NE¼, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, consisting of 80 acres. Described as the.19


Joshua Baker Bearss on 5 October 1821 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Marion County, OhioG. Described as the W½ of the NW¼, Section 26, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, consisting of 80 acres.20


Joshua Baker Bearss on 7 February 1822 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Marion County, OhioG. Described as the West½ of the NE¼, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, consisting of 80 Acres.21


Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp on 6 May 1822 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Renselaer W. Cowles for $200. Described as starting at the intersection of the center of the west end of Clinton Street and the line marking the west side of the East Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, then east along the center of Clinton Street 64 poles to the middle of Hasom Street, then north 42 rods to a point opposite the corner of lots 26 and 27, then east 12 poles on the line between lots 26 and 27, then north 1 one pole to the northwest corner of lot 99, then east 16 poles to the east line of Lowning Street, then north 65 poles to the section line, then west on the the section line to the north west corner of the half quarter, then south to beginning. Containing 54 acres, two rods and 24 perches more or less. Witnessed by Erza Steward and Solomon Smith.22


Joshua Baker Bearss on 16 October 1822 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Sally Tuller for $144. Described as the part of the West half of NE quarter of section 26 and the East half of the NE quarter of section 27, Township 5 South and Range 16 East that was south of the center line of Clinton Street in the town of Calridon. Note: Joshua Bearss did not own the West half of NE quarter of section 26. He did in fact own the West half of NW quarter of section 26 which is probably what was meant here. Witnessed by John N. Sloan and James Kilbourne.23


Joshua Baker Bearss on 20 September 1823 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Philomela Norton for $75. Described as beginning at the South West corner of lot 36 in the town of Claridon, then running East 14 rods 12 links to the section line, then North on the section line 8 rods, then West 4 rods 12 links, then south 8 rods to the start. Containing 116 square rods more or less.24


Joshua Baker Bearss on 31 October 1823 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, 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. Witnessed by Eleanor Gaylord and Amos Utley.25


Joshua Baker Bearss married Susannah Mann?? on 19 May 1824 in Marion County, OhioG.26


Joshua Baker Bearss on 7 September 1824 purchased property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Silas C. McClary and Pluma McClary for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10. Witnessed by Amos Earb and Amos Utley.27


Joshua Baker Bearss on 18 March 1825 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Sarah Shanklin for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10. Witnessed by Isaac Stratton and Amos Utley.28


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.29


Joshua Baker Bearss on 8 February 1827 purchased property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Sally Fuller and Sarah Fuller for $95. Described as the part of the west half of the north west quarter of section 27 of township 5 south, range 16 which lies East of Huron Street and South of Peach Ally in the Town of Claridon containing 31.5 acres more or less. Probably meant section 26 and the part of section 27 East of Huron Street. Deed filed on May 10 1833 and recorded May 23 1833. Witnessed by James Kilbourne and R. W. Coles.30


Joshua Baker Bearss on 4 September 1827 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Ebenezer Lewis to Ebenezer Jr. Lewis.31


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.32


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.33


Joshua Baker Bearss was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, as head of family Joshua Bearss. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males under 5 years old, 1 Free white males 5 to 10 years old, 1 Free white males 10 to 15 years old, 2 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white males 50 to 60 years old, 1 Free white females under 5 years old, 1 Free white females 5 to 10 years old, 1 Free white females 10 to 15 years old, 1 Free white females 15 to 20 years old, 1 Free white females 30 to 40 years old, 11 Total Persons.1


Joshua Baker Bearss on 15 March 1830 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Governor Allen Trimble for $183. Described as Lot 1 in Location 2 in Section 22 of Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 112 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 Aug 1834. This property was part of the Ohio Turnpike Lands, a group of land tracts granted by the United States Congress to the state of Ohio in 1827 along the path of a proposed road in the northwest corner of the state.34,35


Joshua Baker Bearss on 5 April 1830 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from William Robinson and Latitia Robinson for $215. Described as the South end of the West half of the South east quarter of Section 15, Township 4 and Range 16 South of the Base Line Delaware District State of Ohio. 40 Acres more or less. Filed May 10 1833 and recorded May 23 1833. Witnessed by Jacob Shaffer and Barbery Shaffer.36


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.37


Joshua Baker Bearss on 2 November 1830 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Asa Vansickle to Charles H. Pickett.38


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.39


Joshua Baker Bearss on 15 June 1832 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from J.B Packard and Eunice Packard 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.40


Joshua Baker Bearss on 1 December 1833 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, by John Gloyd from Hezekiah (Auditor) Gorton.41


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.42


Joshua Baker Bearss on 5 March 1834 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Henry Parcel and Susanna Parcel for $500. 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 East of North along the road to the South West corner of Alexander Kirkpatrick lot, then South of East with the line of the lot to the South East corner of the lot, then North to the Section line, then East, then South, and then West to beginning, containing 80 Acres. Filed and recorded 18 June 1834. Witnessed by James Young and Alexander Kirkpatrick.43


Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? 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.44


Joshua Baker Bearss and Samuel Andrew on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Daniel Reeser for $200. Described as North half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 15 Sep 1835.45


Joshua Baker Bearss and Samuel Andrew on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Thomas Monnett for $200. Described as South half of the East half of the South East quarter of Section 15 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed and recorded 9 Oct 1835.46


Joshua Baker Bearss and Samuel Andrew on 13 June 1835 witnessed the purchase of property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Samuel Thurston and Prudence Bearss to Thomas Monnett for $200. Described as North half of the West half of the North West quarter of Section 23 in Township 4 South of Range 16, containing 40 Acres. Filed 15 Dec 1835 and recorded 16 Dec 1835.47


Joshua Baker Bearss died before 1839 His wife Susannah remarried on 16 Jun 1839.48

Children with Ruth B Knapp (b. about 1774, d. between 5 June 1822 and 19 May 1824)

DaughterLouisa Bearss
DaughterPrudence Bearss+ (b. 22 May 1810, d. 21 May 1861)

Children with Susannah Mann?? (b. about 1793)

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

Citations

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  39. [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).
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  41. [S109] Jane Peppler, extractor, "Marion County, Ohio Deed Book Volume 5 (1832-1835)," index, Allen L. Potts, Heritage Pursuit Marion County Ohio (http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Marion/deedind.htm : accessed 9 March 2008), entry for ., citing page 192
  42. [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).
  43. [S2223] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 6: 176-177, Joshua B Bearss from Henry Parcell; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-59MN-X?i=451&cat=252960 : accessed 26 July 2018).
  44. [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).
  45. [S2225] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 483-484, Samuel Thurston to Danyel Reeser; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H9L?i=249&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).
  46. [S2226] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 7: 535-536, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-5H3W?i=275&cat=252960 : accessed 27 July 2018).
  47. [S2227] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 8: 199-200, Samuel Thurston to Thomas Monnett; digital image, "Deeds, v. 7-8 1834-1836", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-54QG?i=392&cat=252960 : accessed 28 July 2018).
  48. [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).

Ruth B Knapp

b. about 1774, d. between 5 June 1822 and 19 May 1824
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited23 July 2017

Ruth B Knapp was born about 1774 in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, The Ancestal File gives a 1770 date of birth. However John Knapp's probate file list Ruth as younger than Chloe. The records of Meetings of the Congregational Church of New Fairfield, Connecticut give Chloe being baptized in 1770. So I have switched the Ancestal File birth years for Chloe and Ruth.1,2
She was the daughter of John Knapp and Ruth Gregory.3,2

Ruth B Knapp married Joshua Baker Bearss. Distribution of Real Estate from the estate of John Knapp to daughter Ruth wife of Joshua B Bearss.4,2


After her marriage she was known as Ruth B Bearss.4


Ruth B Knapp resided with Joshua Baker Bearss in Lansing, Tomkins County, New YorkG, in 1818.5


Ruth B Knapp and Joshua Baker Bearss on 19 August 1818 gave interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by a quitclaim deed to Paul Hamilton for $26. Described as a certain piece of land in Danbury containg two acres. Bounded on the East in part by Paul Hamilton and in part by Thaddeus Hoyt's land, on the North by the Highway, on the west by Ruth Knapp's land and on the South by Paul Hamilton. Signed in New Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Witnessed by Levi Knapp and Samuel T Barnum, Justice of Peace,.5


Ruth B Knapp and Joshua Baker Bearss on 19 August 1818 gave interest in property located in Danbury, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, by a quitclaim deed to Levi Knapp for $5. Described as all the Estate of widow Ruth Knapp of Danbury both real and personal lying in Danbury. Witnessed by Chloe Hopkins and Samuel T Barnum, Justice of Peace,.6


Ruth B Knapp and Joshua Baker Bearss on 6 May 1822 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Renselaer W. Cowles for $200. Described as starting at the intersection of the center of the west end of Clinton Street and the line marking the west side of the East Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, then east along the center of Clinton Street 64 poles to the middle of Hasom Street, then north 42 rods to a point opposite the corner of lots 26 and 27, then east 12 poles on the line between lots 26 and 27, then north 1 one pole to the northwest corner of lot 99, then east 16 poles to the east line of Lowning Street, then north 65 poles to the section line, then west on the the section line to the north west corner of the half quarter, then south to beginning. Containing 54 acres, two rods and 24 perches more or less. Witnessed by Erza Steward and Solomon Smith.7


Ruth B Knapp died between 5 June 1822 and 19 May 1824 She had to have died after selling the property on 05 Jun 1822 and before her husband remarried on 9 May 1824.8,9

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

DaughterLouisa Bearss
DaughterPrudence Bearss+ (b. 22 May 1810, d. 21 May 1861)

Citations

  1. [S110] Evie Nichols Miller, 503 Street Maurice Lane, Natchitoches, LA, USA 71457, compiler, "Knapp Ancestral File"; Ancestral File, 4.19 , . Hereinafter cited as "Knapp Ancestral File"., AFN: WMXG-F9
  2. [S1344] Probate Court (Danbury District), Connecticut, Probate Records, 10: 434-436, John Knapp; FHL microfilm 4028.
  3. [S110] Evie Nichols Miller, 503 Street Maurice Lane, Natchitoches, LA, USA 71457, compiler, "Knapp Ancestral File"; Ancestral File, 4.19 , . Hereinafter cited as "Knapp Ancestral File"., AFN: 8M0J-PD
  4. [S79] Brown Thurston, Thurston Genealogies Second Edition (Portland, Maine: Brown Thurston, 1892)., pg 624, Reprinted by: Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
  5. [S561] Town of Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Register of Deeds, 20: 492, Paul S Hamilton Joshua B Bearss & Wife, 28 September 1818; FHL microfilm 4015.
  6. [S563] Town of Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Register of Deeds, 23: 510, Levi Knapp J B Bearss, 6 October 1825; FHL microfilm 4016.
  7. [S2151] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 29, Joshua B and Ruth Bearss To Renselau W Cowley; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JJ3?cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).
  8. [S105] Marion County, Ohio Probate Court Marriage Record Volume I 1824-1835, Located at: http://www.heritagepursuit.com/marrt.htm. Transcribed by ., Joshua Beans and Susannah Entry
  9. [S106] Jane Peppler, extractor, "Marion County, Ohio Deed Book Volume 1 - 1821 - 1825," index, Allen L. Potts, Heritage Pursuit Marion County Ohio (http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Marion/deedind.htm : accessed 9 March 2008), entry for ., citing page 29

Robert Schuler

b. 23 July 1791, d. 8 June 1848
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited9 May 2020

Robert Schuler was born on 23 July 1791 in Washington Township, Northumberland County, PennsylvaniaG, Robert Schuler's gravemarker clearly shows a birthdate of July 23 1791. His age 56 years, 10 months, and 9 days at his death on June 8 1848 would indicate a birthdate of July 30 1791.1
He was the son of Henry Schuler and Elizabeth.2

Robert Schuler married Elizabeth Rantz, daughter of Philip Rantz and Elizabeth Knorr, on 2 July 1816 in Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG.3


Robert Schuler was enumerated during 1820 on the 1820 U. S. census for Washington, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Robert Shuler. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males to 10 years old, 1 Free white males 26 to 45 years old, 1 Free white females to 10 years old, 1 Free white females 16 to 26 years old, 1 Number engaged in Agriculture.4


Robert Schuler was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Washington Township, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, as head of family Robert Shuller. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 5 years old, 2 Free white males 10 to 15 years old, 1 Free white males 30 to 40 years old, 1 Free white females under 5 years old, 2 Free white females 5 to 10 years old, 1 Free white females 10 to 15 years old, 1 Free white females 30 to 40 years old, 10 Total Persons.5


Robert Schuler on 2 September 1839 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Wabash County, IndianaG, from the land office at La Port, Indiana. Described as the NW¼ of Section 24, Township 29 N, Range 5 E, 2nd Principal Meridian, 160 Acres.6


Robert Schuler was enumerated during 1840 on the 1840 U. S. census for Pleasant Township, Wabash County, IndianaG, as head of family Robert Schuler. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white persons, males, under 5 years old, 1 Free white persons, males, at least 5 and under 10 years old, 2 Free white persons, males, at least 10 and under 15 years old, 2 Free white persons, males, at least 20 and under 30 years old, 1 Free white persons, males, at least 50 and under 60 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, under 5 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 5 and under 10 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 10 and under 15 years old, 2 Free white persons, females, at least 15 and under 20 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 40 and under 50 years old, 3[sic] Total Persons.7


Robert Schuler wrote a will on 8 March 1848 in Wabash County, IndianaG, executors Amos Dudley Seward, witnesses Jacob Rantz and William Cleland.
He made the following bequests.8
  • Beloved wife Elizabeth Rantz the use of all real and personal property as long as she is a widow or until 2 July 1856 (the 21st birthday of the youngest son Jacob). She is to pay all debts and expenses of the estate. She also to pay any taxes that may come due and raise the minor children. After 2 July 1856 when the personal property remaining is appraised and inventoried, she is to have $150. She was to have a life lease on 1/3 of the real property.8
  • Unmarried daughters Mary Schuler, Elizabeth Schuler, Margaret Schuler, and Nancy Schuler a cow, bed and bedding, a woman's saddle and bridle, when leaving home to be married or with their mother's consent. After 2 July 1856 and after their mother's $150, an equal share of the personal property with the other children. An equal share of the real estate with the other children except brothers.8
  • Minor sons Samuel Schuler, John Schuler, and Jacob Schuler when 21 years old, a horse, saddle and bridle. After 2 July 1856 and after their mother's $150, an equal share of the personal property with the other children. An equal share of the real estate with the other children except brothers Daniel and Phillip.8
  • Children Hannah Schuler and Henry Schuler a share of personal property and a share in the real estate.8
  • Sons Daniel Schuler and Philip Schuler a share of the personal property with the other children.8


  • Robert Schuler died on 8 June 1848, at age 56, in Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, While he was on a visit.9


    Robert Schuler was buried in Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, PennsylvaniaG, FG.9,10


    His will was submited by witnesses, Jacob Rantz, and admitted to probate on 12 December 1856 in Wabash County, IndianaG.8

    Children with Elizabeth Rantz (b. 17 December 1797, d. 10 June 1867)

    DaughterHannah Schuler+ (b. about 1816, d. between 1860 and 1867)
    SonDaniel Schuler+ (b. 20 November 1817, d. 18 December 1896)
    SonPhilip Schuler+ (b. 13 April 1819, d. 31 January 1887)
    DaughterMary Schuler (b. 18 November 1820, d. 16 October 1894)
    DaughterElizabeth Schuler+ (b. 18 April 1822, d. 11 January 1863)
    SonHenry Schuler+ (b. 24 November 1824, d. 16 November 1893)
    DaughterSarah Schuler (b. 24 January 1827, d. 11 August 1845)
    SonSamuel Schuler+ (b. 12 January 1829, d. 11 May 1911)
    DaughterMargaret Schuler+ (b. 22 December 1830, d. 27 February 1911)
    SonJohn Schuler (b. 19 December 1832, d. 15 June 1928)
    SonJacob Schuler+ (b. 2 July 1835, d. 25 March 1918)
    DaughterNancy Schuler+ (b. 28 January 1840, d. 4 September 1885)

    Citations

    1. [S728] Lycoming County PA Cemeteries Volume 1 Anthony, Armstrong, Bastrees, Brady, Brown, Cascade, and Clinton Townships ( Lycoming County Genealogical Society, 1989)., p 183
    2. [S97] Richard H. Goms JR., Online Pedegree Recource File Submission Number 910586-0624100221434, (: ) ., Pin #Pin #501054 (AFN: X38L-ZG)
    3. [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
    4. [S710] 1820 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington, p. 118 (written), line 8, Robert Shuler; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 10 October 2010; citing NARA microfilm publication M33, Roll 107
    5. [S579] 1830 U. S. census, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Washington Township, p. 214 (written) p. 124 (stamped), line 4, Robert Shuller; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 7 June 2008; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 166
    6. [S582] Bureau of Land Management, "Land Patent Search," digital images, General Land Office Records (http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ : accessed 5 Oct 2008), Robert Schuler (Wabash County, Indiana), La Porte, Indiana Land Office, land patent no. 11269; Accession/Serial Nr.: IN1820__438.
    7. [S81] 1840 U. S. census, Wabash County, Indiana, Pleasant Township, p. 17 (stamped), line 13, Robert Schuler; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 5 January 2008; citing NARA microfilm publication M704, Roll 97
    8. [S3144] Wabash County, Indiana, Will Record 1848-1885, A: 108-109, Will of Robert Schuler; datbase and image, "Indiana, Wills and Probate Records, 1798-1999", Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=9045&h=284699&indiv=try, path Wabash-> Will Records, Vol A-B, 1842-1880 -> item 58 : accessed 9 May 2020).
    9. [S728] Lycoming County PA Cemeteries Volume 1 Anthony, Armstrong, Bastrees, Brady, Brown, Cascade, and Clinton Townships ( Lycoming County Genealogical Society, 1989)., 183
    10. [S1485] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Robert Schuler, number 21169793, Creator:Richard H. Goms Jr., Photo Richard H. Goms Jr., accessed 5 March 2011. citing Saint Johns Lutheran-Brick Church Cemetery, Montgomery, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

    Stewart O'Niel Phillips

    b. 26 March 1910, d. 18 August 1990
    Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited9 February 2018

    Stewart O'Niel Phillips was born on 26 March 1910 in Phoenix, Maricopa County, ArizonaG.1
    He was the son of Theodore Cornelius Phillips and Sarah Louise George.1

    Stewart O'Niel Phillips married Martha Jensen on 5 September 1936 in Tucson, Pima County, ArizonaG.2


    Stewart O'Niel Phillips died on 18 August 1990, at age 80, in Tucson, Pima County, ArizonaG.1


    Stewart O'Niel Phillips was buried on 21 August 1990 in Safford City Cemetery, Safford, Graham County, ArizonaG.1

    Child with Martha Jensen (b. 30 April 1916, d. 15 December 1999)

    DaughterPhillips+

    Citations

    1. [S1947] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Stewart O'Niel “Slim” Phillips, number 92471883, Creator:Dolly, Photo Dolly, accessed 9 February 2018. citing Safford City Cemetery, Safford, Graham County, Arizona.
    2. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Martha Jensen

    b. 30 April 1916, d. 15 December 1999
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    Martha Jensen was born on 30 April 1916 in Hatchita, Grants County, New MexicoG.1


    Martha Jensen married Stewart O'Niel Phillips, son of Theodore Cornelius Phillips and Sarah Louise George, on 5 September 1936 in Tucson, Pima County, ArizonaG.1


    Martha Jensen died on 15 December 1999, at age 83, in Tooele, Tooele County, UtahG.1


    Martha Jensen was buried on 17 December 1999 in Safford, Graham County, ArizonaG.1

    Child with Stewart O'Niel Phillips (b. 26 March 1910, d. 18 August 1990)

    DaughterPhillips+

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Theodore Cornelius Phillips

    b. 21 May 1875, d. 18 May 1952
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    Theodore Cornelius Phillips was born on 21 May 1875 in Indian Gap, Hamilton County, TexasG.


    Theodore Cornelius Phillips married Sarah Louise George, daughter of William W. George and Winnie Ann Lee, on 3 July 1898 in Cooks Peak, Luna County, New MexicoG.1


    Theodore Cornelius Phillips died on 18 May 1952, at age 76, in Florence, Pinal County, ArizonaG.


    Theodore Cornelius Phillips was buried on 21 May 1952 in Coolidge, Pinal County, ArizonaG.

    Child with Sarah Louise George (b. 13 July 1883, d. 5 September 1974)

    SonStewart O'Niel Phillips+ (b. 26 March 1910, d. 18 August 1990)

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Sarah Louise George

    b. 13 July 1883, d. 5 September 1974
    Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    Sarah Louise George was born on 13 July 1883 in Concho, Concho County, TexasG.1
    She was the daughter of William W. George and Winnie Ann Lee.1

    Sarah Louise George married Theodore Cornelius Phillips on 3 July 1898 in Cooks Peak, Luna County, New MexicoG.1


    Sarah Louise George died on 5 September 1974, at age 91, in Safford, Graham County, ArizonaG.1


    Sarah Louise George was buried in Safford, Graham County, ArizonaG.1

    Child with Theodore Cornelius Phillips (b. 21 May 1875, d. 18 May 1952)

    SonStewart O'Niel Phillips+ (b. 26 March 1910, d. 18 August 1990)

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    William W. George

    b. about 1857
    Last Edited9 February 2018

    William W. George was born about 1857 in TexasG.1


    William W. George married Winnie Ann Lee, daughter of William Singleton Lee and Nellie Hall Dennis, on 27 May 1875 in MissouriG.1

    Children with Winnie Ann Lee (b. 14 February 1859, d. 10 July 1942)

    SonLawrence Riley George (b. 14 May 1875, d. 31 January 1960)
    DaughterSarah Louise George+ (b. 13 July 1883, d. 5 September 1974)

    Citations

    1. [S1949] "Public Member Tree," database, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com: accessed 9 February 2018), "Dolly's Family Tree" family tree by Dolly_Patterson, profile for William George.

    Winnie Ann Lee

    b. 14 February 1859, d. 10 July 1942
    Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited9 February 2018

    Winnie Ann Lee was born on 14 February 1859 in Warren County, MissouriG.1
    She was the daughter of William Singleton Lee and Nellie Hall Dennis.1

    On 2 June 1860 Winnie Ann Lee was enumerated in the household of William Singleton Lee on the 1860 U. S. census for Precinct 11, Collin County, TexasG, as Whinney Lee, 1 years old, birthplace of Missouri. Also enumerated in the household were Nellie Hall Dennis, Elizabeth Lee, and Riley R Lee.2


    Winnie Ann Lee married William W. George on 27 May 1875 in MissouriG.3


    After her marriage she was known as Winnie Ann George.


    Winnie Ann Lee died on 10 July 1942, at age 83, in Deming, Luna County, New MexicoG.1


    Winnie Ann Lee was buried on 11 July 1942 in Deming, Luna County, New MexicoG.1

    Children with William W. George (b. about 1857)

    SonLawrence Riley George (b. 14 May 1875, d. 31 January 1960)
    DaughterSarah Louise George+ (b. 13 July 1883, d. 5 September 1974)

    Citations

    1. [S1799] Luna County, New Mexico Department of Public Health, Standard Certificate of Death, 3381 (11 Jul 1942), Winnie Ann Mcdaniel; database and image, "New Mexico Deaths, 1889-1945", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FLBS-2FG : accessed 30 December 2017).
    2. [S1811] 1860 U. S. census, Collin County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 11, Plano Post Office, p. 6 (written), dwelling 38, family 39, William Lee; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 3 January 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 1291
    3. [S1949] "Public Member Tree," database, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com: accessed 9 February 2018), "Dolly's Family Tree" family tree by Dolly_Patterson, profile for William George.

    Alexander Flint

    b. before 6 November 1737, d. 1810
    Relationship5th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited2 October 2017

    Alexander Flint was born before 6 November 1737.1
    He was the son of Robert Flint and Susanna Bauman.2

    Alexander Flint was baptized on 6 November 1737 in Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New YorkG, sponsors Wn Brad and Suzanna.1


    Alexander Flint married Kneila say 1759. (Marriage date estimated as one calendar year before the birth year of the first child, John.)3


    Alexander Flint was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New YorkG, as head of family Alexander Flint. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males of 16 years old and upwards, including heads of families, 3 Free white males under 16 years old, 7 Free white females including heads of families.4


    Alexander Flint died in 1810.3

    Children with Kneila

    SonJohn A Flint (b. 1760, d. 20 May 1821)
    DaughterSusanna Flint (b. 1768)
    SonAbraham L Flint (b. 20 January 1771)
    SonMartin A Flint (b. 1774, d. 1814)
    SonJacob A Flint (b. 31 May 1779, d. 31 December 1859)
    SonRobert A Flint (b. 1787)

    Citations

    1. [S765] "Records of the R[eformed] D[utch] Church of Albany," Year Book of the Holland Society of New York 1906 (New York: The Holland Society of New York, 1908), 70; digital image, ( : accessed 6 Nov 2011).
    2. [S6] C. Ellis Flint, The Flint Family: Robert Flint, (The Pioneer) and His Decendents. [Format] (1931-1932; reprint, Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, unkown year)., 10
    3. [S6] C. Ellis Flint, The Flint Family: Robert Flint, (The Pioneer) and His Decendents. [Format] (1931-1932; reprint, Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, unkown year)., 33
    4. [S605] 1790 U. S. census, Montgomery County, New York, Canajoharie, p. 102 (written), line 16, Alexander Flint; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 19 April 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 6

    John Flint

    b. 10 October 1739, d. about January 1795
    Relationship5th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    John Flint was born on 10 October 1739.1
    He was the son of Robert Flint and Susanna Bauman.1

    John Flint married Susanna Bowman say 1767.2


    John Flint was enumerated during 1790 on the 1790 U. S. census for Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New YorkG, as head of family John Flint. Enumerated in this family were: 3 Free white males of 16 years old and upwards, including heads of families, 1 Free white males under 16 years old, 6 Free white females including heads of families.3


    John Flint died about January 1795.2

    Children with Susanna Bowman

    SonJacob Flint (b. 1768, d. 9 February 1824)
    SonMartin Flint (b. 1780, d. 7 January 1856)
    DaughterChristina Flint (b. about 21 February 1785)

    Citations

    1. [S6] C. Ellis Flint, The Flint Family: Robert Flint, (The Pioneer) and His Decendents. [Format] (1931-1932; reprint, Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, unkown year)., 10
    2. [S6] C. Ellis Flint, The Flint Family: Robert Flint, (The Pioneer) and His Decendents. [Format] (1931-1932; reprint, Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, unkown year)., 69
    3. [S606] 1790 U. S. census, Montgomery County, New York, Canajoharie, p. 102 (written), line 14, John Flint; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 19 April 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M367, Roll 6

    Elizabeth Hall

    b. about 1803, d. between 1843 and 1845
    Relationship4th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 October 2017

    Elizabeth Hall was born about 1797 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1
    She was the daughter of Leonard Hall, Jr, and Winifred Barnett.1,2

    Elizabeth Hall was also known as Betsy Hall.1

    Elizabeth Hall was born about 1803 in Barren County, KentuckyG.2


    Elizabeth Hall married Jonathan Dennis, son of Joseph Dennis and Ann Nancy Bybee, about 1827 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1


    Elizabeth Hall died between 1843 and 1845 Jonathan Dennis's second wife's first child born in 1845 Elizabeths last child in 1843.3

    Children with Jonathan Dennis (b. 31 January 1809, d. 28 April 1889)

    DaughterWinnie Adeline Dennis+ (b. 27 September 1828, d. 22 August 1878)
    SonElcana Blevins Dennis+ (b. January 1834, d. 31 August 1925)
    SonBarnett H Dennis (b. 14 October 1836, d. December 1906)
    DaughterNellie Hall Dennis+ (b. 4 November 1838, d. 25 January 1916)
    SonWilliam Nathan Dennis (b. 25 August 1840, d. 20 October 1924)
    DaughterElizabeth Dennis (b. about 1843)

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.
    2. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 37, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    3. [S117] 1850 U. S. census, Hickory County, Missouri, population schedule, District No 37, p. 56 Back (stamped), dwelling 169, family 169, Jonathan Dennis; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 6 May 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 401

    Jonathan Dennis

    b. 31 January 1809, d. 28 April 1889
    Relationship4th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited21 June 2018

    Jonathan Dennis was born on 31 January 1809 in Warren County, TennesseeG, 1808 is the more likely year of birth because the 1850 census gives his age as 42 and he is listed after his brother Neely in his fathers will. Perhaps his age was inflated on his grave marker.1,2
    He was the son of Joseph Dennis and Ann Nancy Bybee.3

    Jonathan Dennis married Elizabeth Hall, daughter of Leonard Hall, Jr, and Winifred Barnett, about 1827 in Barren County, KentuckyG.4


    Jonathan Dennis was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Warren County, TennesseeG, as head of family Johnathan Dennis. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old, 2 Total Persons.5


    Jonathan Dennis married Mary Hinshaw between 1843 and 1845.1


    Joseph Dennis wrote a will on 19 September 1843. Jonathan Dennis was bequeathed One eighth each of any property left after their mother's death.3


    Jonathan Dennis was enumerated on 21 September 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 37, Hickory County, MissouriG, as Jonathan Dennis, 42 years old, birthplace of Tennessee, occupation of Farmer. Could not read or write. Also enumerated in the household were Nellie Hall Dennis, Elcana Blevins Dennis, Barnett H Dennis, William Nathan Dennis, Elizabeth Dennis, Mary Hinshaw, Hilley Dennis, and Edde Dennis.1


    Jonathan Dennis on 15 February 1854 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Hickory County, MissouriG, from the land office at Clinton, Missouri. Described as the SE¼ of the SE¼ of Section 29 in Township 37 N of range 20 W, 5th Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres.6


    Jonathan Dennis on 15 February 1854 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Hickory County, MissouriG, from the land office at Clinton, Missouri. Described as the SE¼ of the SW¼ of Section 28, Township 37 N, Range 20 W, 5th Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres.7


    Jonathan Dennis on 15 July 1854 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Hickory County, MissouriG, from the land office at Clinton, Missouri. Described as the SW¼ of the SW¼ of Section 28, Township 37 N, Range 20 W, 5th Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres.8


    Jonathan Dennis on 1 June 1859 recieved a U.S land patent for property located in Hickory County, MissouriG, from the land office at Warsaw, Missouri. Described as the SW¼ of the SE¼ of Section 28, Township 37 N, Range 20 W, 5th Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres.9


    Jonathan Dennis died on 28 April 1889, at age 80, in Moran, Shackelford County, TexasG.10,11


    Jonathan Dennis was buried in Dennis Cemetery, Oplin, Callahan County, TexasG, FG .11,2

    Children with Elizabeth Hall (b. about 1803, d. between 1843 and 1845)

    DaughterWinnie Adeline Dennis+ (b. 27 September 1828, d. 22 August 1878)
    SonElcana Blevins Dennis+ (b. January 1834, d. 31 August 1925)
    SonBarnett H Dennis (b. 14 October 1836, d. December 1906)
    DaughterNellie Hall Dennis+ (b. 4 November 1838, d. 25 January 1916)
    SonWilliam Nathan Dennis (b. 25 August 1840, d. 20 October 1924)
    DaughterElizabeth Dennis (b. about 1843)

    Children with Mary Hinshaw (b. 17 March 1818, d. 31 May 1898)

    SonHilley Dennis (b. 14 April 1844, d. 22 December 1910)
    SonEdde Dennis (b. 25 December 1846, d. 9 July 1921)
    SonJohn J Dennis (b. October 1850, d. 1 January 1923)
    SonJoseph Dennis (b. 13 March 1859, d. 16 June 1931)

    Citations

    1. [S117] 1850 U. S. census, Hickory County, Missouri, population schedule, District No 37, p. 56 Back (stamped), dwelling 169, family 169, Jonathan Dennis; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 6 May 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 401
    2. [S1706] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Jonathan Dennis, number 34661629, Creator:Vera, Photo Vera, accessed 29 November 2017. citing Dennis Cemetery, Oplin, Callahan County, Texas.
    3. [S1733] Hickory County, Missouri, Record of Wills, A: 2-3, Will of Joseph Dennis; digital image, "Missouri Probate Records, 1750-1998", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/, path Hickory -> Wills, 1848-1945 -> Image 21 : accessed 6 December 2017).
    4. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.
    5. [S1738] 1830 U. S. census, Warren County, Tennessee, p. 363 (written), line 6, Johnathan Dennis; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 8 December 2017; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 181
    6. [S1817] Bureau of Land Management, "Land Patent Search," digital images, General Land Office Records (http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ : accessed 06 Jan 2018), Jonathan Dennis (Hickory County, Missouri), Clinton, Missouri Land Office, State Volume Patent patent no. 35262.
    7. [S1818] Bureau of Land Management, "Land Patent Search," digital images, General Land Office Records (http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ : accessed 06 Jan 2018), Jonathan Dennis (Hickory County, Missouri), Clinton, Missouri Land Office, State Volume Patent patent no. 35263.
    8. [S2066] Bureau of Land Management, "Land Patent Search," digital images, General Land Office Records (http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ : accessed 18 Mar 2018), Jonathan Dennis (Hickory County, Missouri), Clinton, Missouri Land Office, State Volume Patent patent no. 38006.
    9. [S2067] Bureau of Land Management, "Land Patent Search," digital images, General Land Office Records (http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ : accessed 18 Mar 2018), Jonathan Dennis (Hickory County, Missouri), Warsaw, Missouri Land Office, State Volume Patent patent no. 52587.
    10. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., #36, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    11. [S1530] Duston Brooks, TXGenWeb Shackelford County (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txshacke/denniscem.htm : accessed 20 October 2017), "Dennis Cemetary Transcriptions"

    Winifred Barnett

    b. about 1762, d. 1836
    Relationship5th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited10 January 2018

    Winifred Barnett was born about 1762 in KentuckyG.1
    She was the daughter of Edward Barnett and Charity.1

    Winifred Barnett was also known as Winnie Barnett.2,1


    Winifred Barnett married Leonard Hall, Jr, son of Leonard Hall and Joanna Lytton, about 1782 in Bedford County, VirginiaG.3


    Winifred Barnett died in 1836 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1

    Children with Leonard Hall, Jr, (b. about 1758, d. 13 May 1809)

    SonAbsolom Hall
    SonNeal Hall (b. about 1785)
    DaughterWinney Hall (b. about 1790)
    SonLeonard Hall (b. about 1793)
    SonBarnett Hall (b. 1797)
    SonEdward Hall (b. about 1799)
    SonCaleb Hall (b. about 1801)
    DaughterElizabeth Hall+ (b. about 1803, d. between 1843 and 1845)
    DaughterCharity Hall+ (b. 21 July 1804, d. 24 November 1888)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 75, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    2. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.
    3. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 74, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

    Joanna Lytton

    b. 7 July 1732, d. 30 May 1820
    Relationship6th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 October 2017

    Joanna Lytton was born on 7 July 1732 in Rock Creek Parish, Prince George, s County, MarylandG.1
    She was the daughter of Caleb Litton and Grace Hartley Burton.1

    Joanna Lytton was also known as Johanna Pollfield Litton.1


    Joanna Lytton married Leonard Hall on 15 January 1750/51 in Autra, Prince George's County, MarylandG.2


    After her marriage she was known as Joanna Hall.2


    Joanna Lytton died on 30 May 1820, at age 87, in Barren County, KentuckyG.1

    Children with Leonard Hall (b. 13 August 1730, d. 29 March 1809)

    DaughterGrace Burton Hall (b. about 1751, d. 1841)
    SonCaleb Hall (b. about 1753, d. 1838)
    DaughterElizabeth A Hall (b. 30 April 1754)
    SonWilliam Hall (b. 1756)
    SonLeonard Hall, Jr+ (b. about 1758, d. 13 May 1809)
    SonHenry Hall (b. about 1762)
    DaughterSarah Hall (b. about 1764)
    DaughterJoanna Hall (b. about 1766)
    DaughterRuth Hall (b. about 1768)
    SonMahlon Hall (b. about 1770, d. about 1840)
    DaughterNaomi Hall (b. about 1772)
    DaughterPrudence Hall (b. 1776, d. 30 November 1852)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 149, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    2. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 148, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

    Leonard Hall

    b. 13 August 1730, d. 29 March 1809
    Relationship6th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 April 2020

    Leonard Hall was born on 13 August 1730 in Rockville, Prince George's County, MarylandG.1


    Leonard Hall married Joanna Lytton, daughter of Caleb Litton and Grace Hartley Burton, on 15 January 1750/51 in Autra, Prince George's County, MarylandG.1


    Leonard Hall died on 29 March 1809, at age 78, in Glassgow, Barren County, KentuckyG.1

    Children with Joanna Lytton (b. 7 July 1732, d. 30 May 1820)

    DaughterGrace Burton Hall (b. about 1751, d. 1841)
    SonCaleb Hall (b. about 1753, d. 1838)
    DaughterElizabeth A Hall (b. 30 April 1754)
    SonWilliam Hall (b. 1756)
    SonLeonard Hall, Jr+ (b. about 1758, d. 13 May 1809)
    SonHenry Hall (b. about 1762)
    DaughterSarah Hall (b. about 1764)
    DaughterJoanna Hall (b. about 1766)
    DaughterRuth Hall (b. about 1768)
    SonMahlon Hall (b. about 1770, d. about 1840)
    DaughterNaomi Hall (b. about 1772)
    DaughterPrudence Hall (b. 1776, d. 30 November 1852)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 148, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

    Leonard Hall, Jr

    b. about 1758, d. 13 May 1809
    Relationship5th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited9 February 2018

    Leonard Hall, Jr, was born about 1758 in Bedford County, VirginiaG.1
    He was the son of Leonard Hall and Joanna Lytton.2,1

    Leonard Hall, Jr, married Winifred Barnett, daughter of Edward Barnett and Charity, about 1782 in Bedford County, VirginiaG.1


    Leonard Hall, Jr, died on 13 May 1809 in Barren County, KentuckyG.2,1

    Children with Winifred Barnett (b. about 1762, d. 1836)

    SonAbsolom Hall
    SonNeal Hall (b. about 1785)
    DaughterWinney Hall (b. about 1790)
    SonLeonard Hall (b. about 1793)
    SonBarnett Hall (b. 1797)
    SonEdward Hall (b. about 1799)
    SonCaleb Hall (b. about 1801)
    DaughterElizabeth Hall+ (b. about 1803, d. between 1843 and 1845)
    DaughterCharity Hall+ (b. 21 July 1804, d. 24 November 1888)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 74, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    2. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Elizabeth McCann

    b. about 1739, d. April 1819
    Relationship6th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 October 2017

    Elizabeth McCann was born about 1739 in Fluvanna/Augusta County, VirginiaG.1
    She was the daughter of Neely McCann and Elizabeth Applegate.1

    Elizabeth McCann was also known as Betsy McCann.1


    Elizabeth McCann married John Bybee, son of John Bybee, Sr, and Sarah Giles, about 1763.1


    After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Bybee.1


    Elizabeth McCann died in April 1819 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1

    Child with John Bybee (b. about 1739, d. 14 April 1821)

    DaughterAnn Nancy Bybee+ (b. about 1774)

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Mary Combs

    Relationship6th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 October 2017


    Mary Combs was also known as Mary Ann Combs.1


    Mary Combs married Joseph Dennis.2,1


    After her marriage she was known as Mary Dennis.


    Mary Combs and James Pery were named as an executor of the will of Joseph Dennis on 26 July 1790 in Botetourt County, VirginiaG.3


    Joseph Dennis wrote a will on 26 July 1790 in Botetourt County, VirginiaG. Mary Combs was bequeathed all lands, furniture and chattels for her life time as long as she remains a widow. She was not to give any thing to the children[unnamed].3

    Children with Joseph Dennis (d. PROB MAY 1794)

    DaughterElinor Dennis
    DaughterMary Dennis
    DaughterRosanna Dennis
    DaughterElizabeth Dennis
    DaughterHannah Dennis+ (b. 1760, d. 1830)
    SonJoseph Dennis+ (b. about 1770, d. between 19 September 1843 and 27 January 1846)
    DaughterMargaret Dennis

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 1, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    2. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address., # 440
    3. [S2901] Botetourt County, Virginia, Will Book, A: 375-376, J Dennis Will; FHL microfilm 30695.

    John Bybee, Sr

    b. about 1710, d. about 1801
    Relationship7th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    John Bybee, Sr, was born on 5 January 1706/07 in Goochland County, VirginiaG.1
    He was the son of Thomas Bybee and Elizabeth.1
    John Bybee, Sr, was born about 1710 in Goochland County, VirginiaG.2


    John Bybee, Sr, married Sarah Giles in 1732 in Goochland County, VirginiaG.1


    John Bybee, Sr, died about 1801 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1

    Children with Sarah Giles (b. 1717)

    SonThomas Bybee (b. 1732)
    SonJohn Bybee+ (b. about 1739, d. 14 April 1821)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 292, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653
    2. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.

    Neely McCann

    Relationship7th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited3 October 2017


    Neely McCann was also known as Neal McCann.1


    Neely McCann married Elizabeth Applegate.1

    Child with Elizabeth Applegate

    DaughterElizabeth McCann+ (b. about 1739, d. April 1819)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 294, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

    John Bybee

    b. about 1739, d. 14 April 1821
    Relationship6th great-grandfather of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited13 June 2017

    John Bybee was born about 1739 in Fluvanna County, VirginiaG.1,2
    He was the son of John Bybee, Sr, and Sarah Giles.2

    John Bybee married Elizabeth McCann, daughter of Neely McCann and Elizabeth Applegate, about 1763.1


    John Bybee died in 1821 in Barren County, KentuckyG.1


    John Bybee died on 14 April 1821 in Barren County, KentuckyG.2

    Child with Elizabeth McCann (b. about 1739, d. April 1819)

    DaughterAnn Nancy Bybee+ (b. about 1774)

    Citations

    1. [S3] Following the Trail, Never Give Up!, Located at: http://www.cybertrails.com/~dollyp/. Transcribed by Dolly P, Email email address.
    2. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 146, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

    Elizabeth Applegate

    Relationship7th great-grandmother of Joseph Michael Flint
    ChartsPedigree for Joseph Michael Flint
    Last Edited13 June 2017


    Elizabeth Applegate married Neely McCann.1

    Child with Neely McCann

    DaughterElizabeth McCann+ (b. about 1739, d. April 1819)

    Citations

    1. [S114] Descendants of Joseph Dennis, Located at: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/u/c/Vera-J-Luce/GENE2-0001.html. Transcribed by James Michael Luce, Email email address, January 14, 2001., # 294, Snail mail: James Michael Luce 209 N. 3rd St. Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653