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!BURIAL: Buried in Hornbrook Cemetery, Sheshoquin, Bradford, PA, ag e 89 years, 1 month, 16 days old.
 
Kilmer, Jeremiah Sr (I11403)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 09 Jun 1765
Father: Johannes Kulmer
Mother: Lisabeth Michel
Item #: 1022
Child: Georg
Sponsor: Georg Kulmer & wife Margaretha Falkenburg

George was in War of 1812
 
Kilmer, George (I00517)
 
3

Baptism: April 11, 1779. She married Peter Henry.
 
Kilmer, Elisabeth (I00519)
 
4

BOOK: "The Journal of the Records of Peter E. Gumaer 1771-1869" by Lucile G. Ogden, 1983; p.107 24 Dec 1819
John Kilmore bought 1 bush. corn, 1 bush. potatoes , 1/2 bush. corn gotten by Siperim [sic] his brother-in-law.

CENSUS: 1850 Thornapple twp, Barry Co MI. John was a farmer and owned a blacksmith shop for in Michigan.

OBITUARY: From "The Church Advocate" (Church of God newspaper), Vol . 36, No. 22, p.6, dated 27 Sep 1871, published Lancaster, PA:

GILLETT. Near White Hall, Nemaha county, Kan.; September 7th, 1871, Mother Gillett, aged 83 years, 10 months and 24 days.
Mother Gillett was born in Massachusetts, October 13, 1787. She was married many years ago, in the state of New York, to Elder John Kilmer, who was a preacher in the Church of God, and by whom she had ten children, from whom have sprung seventy-nine grandchildren, and forty-two great-grandchildren. This good old mother was formerly a Methodist, of which church she was a member for twenty years, during the period of her life, but for the past twenty-seven years she has been a member oof the Church of God. Eleven years ago, she, with her husband, Father Gillett, emigrated from the State of Michigan to the State of Kansas, where, among her children, she has since resided. Being a firm believer in the doctrine of the Church oof God, and possessing much of that faith which was once delivered to the saints, she now, by her godly walk and chaste conversation has taught all her children to embrace the religion of their mother's God, and lived to see some of her grandsonns standing on the wals of Zion, proclaiming salvation, through Christ, to the children of men. Through all these long and weary years, She has led a useful Christian life; She was a kind and loving mother, A good, a wise and faithful wife. Her long pilgrimage is ended, And she has gone to join the best; But sweetly memory yet is bleeded With all her good deeds of the past. Funeral services at White Hall school house by P.K. Shoemaker
 
Howard, Mary (I00829)
 
5

St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904
Location: Town of Red Hook, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Geertrout Reference ID: 509
Bapt. Date: 15 May 1751
Parents: Pieter Pulver; Susanna Trom
Sponsors: Henrich Koen, & wife; Geertrout Koen
Source: Baptismal Record of St Paul?s (Zion?s) Lutheran Church, Red Hook
 
Pulver, Gertrude (I29006)
 
6

St Paul's Lutheran Church at West Camp: 1708-1906
Location: Town of Saugerties, Ulster County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Johann Wilhelm Reference ID: 442
Bapt. Date: 28 Nov 1725
Parents: Georg Kilmer (Ref); Eva Margareta (Luth)
Sponsors: Johann Wilh. Kun
Comment: 7 weeks old
Source: Baptism Record, St Paul?s Lutheran Church, West Camp: 1708-1899
 
Killmer, Johann Wilhelm (I12748)
 
7

St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg: 1760-1902
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Christina Reference ID: 148
Birth Date: 7 Jul 1770
Bapt. Date: x Trin. 1770[*]
Parents: Joh. Berner; Anna Barbara
Sponsors: Jacob Blocher and wife
Source: Baptism Record of St Paul?s Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg 
Berner, Christina (I11200)
 
8

St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg: 1760-1902
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: David Reference ID: 52
Birth Date: 17 Jul 1765
Bapt. Date: 21 Jul 1765
Parents: Johannes Berner; Anna Barbara
Sponsors: David Seger; Catharina Escher
Source: Baptism Record of St Paul?s Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg
 
Berner, David (I11199)
 
9

St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg: 1760-1902
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Johannes Reference ID: 25
Birth Date: 2 May 1763
Bapt. Date: 1763
Parents: Johannes Berner; Anna Barbara
Sponsors: Johannes Escher; Anna Polzin
Source: Baptism Record of St Paul?s Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg
 
Berner, Johannes (I11196)
 
10

St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg: 1760-1902
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Salome Reference ID: 99
Birth Date: 17 Feb 1768
Bapt. Date: 6 Mar 1768
Parents: Johannes Berner; Anna Barbara
Sponsors: Bastian Weger; Salome Escheren
Source: Baptism Record of St Paul?s Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg

CENSUS: 1840 Census - living with son Jeremiah Berner in Sheshoquin , Bradford, Pennsylvania

BURIAL: Buried in Hornbrook Cemetery, Sheshoquin, Bradford, PA, age 85 years old.
 
Berner, Saloma (I00521)
 
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St Peter?s Lutheran Church at Rhinebeck (Stone Church): 1733-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Catharina Reference ID: 410
Birth Date: 3 Sep 1751
Bapt. Date: 22 Sep 1751
Parents: Johannes Berner; Anna Barbara
Sponsors: Adam Schaffer and his wife; Gertraut
Source: Baptismal Record of St Peter?s Lutheran Church, Rhinebeck: 1733-1899 [known as Stone Ch]
 
Berner, Catharina (I11201)
 
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St Peter?s Lutheran Church at Rhinebeck (Stone Church): 1733-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Margaretha Elisabetha Reference ID: 484
Birth Date: 9 1753
Bapt. Date: 1 Apr 1753
Parents: Johannes Berner; Barbara
Sponsors: Johannes Georg Waldemeyer; Margaretha
Source: Baptismal Record of St Peter?s Lutheran Church, Rhinebeck: 1733-1899 [known as Stone Ch]
 
Berner, Margaretha Elisabetha (I11202)
 
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St Peter?s Lutheran Church at Rhinebeck (Stone Church): 1733-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Simon Reference ID: 610
Birth Date: 19 Dec 1760
Bapt. Date: 1760
Parents: Hannes Berner; Barbara
Sponsors: Michel Lenert and his wife; Anna Maria
Source: Baptismal Record of St Peter?s Lutheran Church, Rhinebeck: 1733-1899 [known as Stone Ch]
 
Berner, Simon (I11203)
 
14

Widower of Christina, Nancy's sister 
Kilmer, Nancy (I14371)
 
15
 
Kilmer, Maria (I11353)
 
16
David Litchard Keihle^ b. Feb. 7, 1837. The following
is from a sketch found in a History of Minnesota:

"Professor David Litchard Keihle spent his youth in the
graded schools of Dansville, N. Y. ; began to teach at sixteen years
of age ; attended the State Normal School at Albany, and gradu-
ated in 1856 ; taught three years in the Canandaigua Academy ;
entered the junior class of Hamilton College, Clinton, New York,
in 1859, and graduated in 1861, one of the 'honor' members of the
class. While in college, in addition to the classical course, he con-
nected himself with the laboratory and took a special Course in
chemistry. He taught a graded school in Monroe, Michigan, dur-
ing the year 1862 ; then took a full course of studies in the Union
Theological Seminary ; was graduated in 1865, and ordained to the
Presbyterian ministry. While preparing for this work he taught
in the Polytechnic and Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, in all
nearly three years.

"In 1865 he came to Minnesota, organized a Presbyterian
Church at Preston, Fillmore County, became its pastor and re-
mained there ten years. During the last six of those years he was
County Superintendent of Schools, driven into that work on ac-
count of poor health. By riding on horseback from school to
school, and from town to town, he gradually improved, and was
able to fill the requirements of the office. During five of these
years that he was Superintendent he preached once a day on Sun-
day, simply supplying the pulpit without doing pastoral work.
The last three years that he was at Preston he was one of the di-
rectors of the State Normal Schools; in 1875 was appointed by
the board to take charge of the Normal School at Saint Cloud. Li
1 88 1 he resigned this position to accept the appointment of
State Superintendent of Public Instruction of Minnesota. In
this position he remained through six successive reappointments
until 1893, when he resigned, accepting an election as Professor of Pedagogy in the University of Minnesota. In this position he
remained until his resignation in 1902.

"The subject of education seems to be the one absorbing theme
with him. His best thoughts, his time, his energies are devoted to
the questions, "What is modern education, and how can it be made
available and practical in the philosophy and theories of the
day ?"

From this sketch it is evident that Professor Keihle is not only
a zealous and devoted educator, but that he is a man of notable
ability, and that he has by his merits won the distinction he has
been favored with. When last heard from he was engaged in the
composition of a work the title of which is "A Philosophy of the
History of Education," which may be expected to embody his best
and maturest conceptions. On the 25th of July, 1864, he was mar-
ried to Miss Mary Oilman, of Dansville, N. Y. They have four
children :

/. Adelia Mary KJ>, b. Aug. 17, 1866 ; m. Dr. J. C. E. King.

May 14, 1891 ; r. Salt Lake City, Utah.
a. Louise Gilman K}, b. Aug. 31, 1868; m. Rev. Carl
Wardsworth Scovel, pastor of Babcock Memorial
Church, Baltimore, Md., May 17, 1900.
iii. Dr. Frederick Andrezvs Keihle^, b. Aug. 10, 1872 ; r.

West Jordan, Utah.
iv. Florence Keihle^, b. May 21, 1879.  
Kiehle, David Litchard (I1429)
 
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Died age 87y
Revolutionary War Soldier!


History and geography of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, 1615-1924
Chapter XVIII. Ulster Township Page 209

Benjamin Clark, a native of Tolland, Connecticut, removed to the Wyoming Valley and was among the first to build a house on the town-plot of Wilkes-Barre. He was a Corporal in the first Independent Company of Wyoming under Capt Robert Durkee and served seven years in the Revolutionary War. He was one of the detachment sent for the relief of Wyoming after the fatal battle and was in the army of General Sullivan against the Indians.

In 1784, he removed from Wyoming to Asylum, and the next year, settled in Ulster on what is known as the Ross Farm. His house was the place of entertainment for travelers and the home of Methodist itinerants who held religious meetings there.

He was an ardent Federalist, captain of militia and popularly known as Captain Clark.

By his first wife, Nabbe, he had children:
John T, Polly (Mrs Blanchard) and Abigail (Mrs George Culver).

He married second, Keziah Yarrington, widow of Silas Gore, who was slain at the Battle of Wyoming, and had children:
Lucinda (Mrs Nathaniel Hovey), Urusula (Mrs Samuel Treadway), William and Julia Ann (1st Mrs John Overton, 2nd Mrs Joseph Passmore).

Captain Clark died, 1834, aged 87 years. 
Clark, Capt Benjamin (I348)
 
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Obituary
George V. Strong Jr.
Lawyer, Elwyn trustee, 77

George V. Strong Jr., 77, of Blue Bell, a lawyer and former chairman of the board of the Elwyn Institute, died Wednesday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Gwynedd Square Nursing Center in Lansdale.

Mr. Strong became involved with the Elwyn Institute in Media, a training school for children and adults with mental and physical disabilities, because his son, John, has a brain disorder.

For 30 years, until 1998, he served on the Elwyn board of trustees and was chairman from 1973 to 1977. In 1999 the board established an award in his name and presented him with a citation for his "contributions of wisdom and wealth" and for "completing the connections between families needing help and Elwyn's service system."

As a lawyer specializing in trust and estate law, he also helped Elwyn handle bequests.

Mr. Strong joined the law firm Strong, Stevens & Wyant in Center City in 1952; the firm had been cofounded by his father. In 1964 he became head of the firm and practiced in Philadelphia until 1991 and in Blue Bell until his retirement in 1999.

A resident of Blue Bell for more than 45 years, he grew up in Chestnut Hill and graduated from the Gunnery school in Connecticut.

During World War II he served in the Army Air Corps in France.

After his discharge he earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina and a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

His brother Newbold said Mr. Strong loved gardening and golf and was a member of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, the Union League, the Philadelphia Club, and the Pennlyn Club.

In addition to his brother and son, he is survived by a daughter, Ruth Ferraro; three sisters; and six grandchildren. A son, George III, died in 2000.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. today at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Route 73 and Bethlehem Pike, Whitemarsh. Burial will be private.

Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease Center at the University of Pennsylvania, 3615 Chestnut St., Room 203, Philadelphia 19104.
Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - Monday, November 11, 2002 
Strong, George Vaughan Jr. (I1803)
 
19 "Lottie" Green, Charlotte Ann (I3577)
 
20 (Brooklyn) Schenck, Roelof Martense (I3790)
 
21 (Brooklyn) Brackhoengie, Aeltje (I4057)
 
22 - 67y 13d Smith, Elizabeth (I130)
 
23 6.Curtis CLARK, born July 15, 1834 in Franklin Co., NY; died July 24, 1901 in Cedar Rapids, Boone Co., NE.He was the son of 12. William Carruth CLARK and 13. Saloma (Salome) HASTINGS.He married 7. Martha SAUNDERS September 08, 1856 in prob. Franklin Co., NY.  Clark, Curtis (I543)
 
24 89. Matthew Mesier (Rn=16702), who was born 1769.

He married 24 August 1800 Joanna Schenck Mesier (Rn=16703), who was born 30 March 1781 and died 28 February 1857 at Wappingers Falls, Dutchess County, New York at 75 years of age, a daughter of Paul Schenck
(Rn=16704) and Johanna Livingston Schenck (Rn=18541).

Children of Matthew Mesier and Joanna Schenck were as follows:

131. i. Peter Mesier was born 1801 and died 1810).

132. ii. Joanna Mesier was born 1802 and died 1887).

+ 133. iii. Margaret Mesier Reese (Rn=43773), who was born 1805 and married George B Reese (Rn=63467).

134. iv. Maria Mesier was born 1808 and died 1890).

135. v. Abraham Mesier was born 1810 and died 1882 and married 1847) [Rebecca Ralston Chester was born 1826 and died 1890)].

+ 136. vi. Henry Mesier (Rn=16701), who was born 11 February 1812 and married Elizabeth Carmer Wetmore Mesier (Rn=16700).

** From http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/page1/mesier.htm 
Mesier, Matthew Pieter (I1015)
 
25 British American Colony Thomas, Dorothy (I1553)
 
26 Bronx, Reid, Helena (I3116)
 
27 Buried in Old Tennent Church Sarah (I3426)
 
28 Central Bedfordshire Unitary Authority, Brownell, Ann (I3700)
 
29 Departement du Bas-Rhin Fehlman, Andrew (I1729)
 
30 Flatlands, Wyckoff, Marten Pieterse (I3802)
 
31 In 1776, a well-to-do loyalist tea merchant from New York City, Peter Mesier, arrived in Fishkill. He bought the 750 acres of land and the homestead from Nicholas Brewer and opened a small store in the homestead. Mesier angered his customers with high prices and in May of 1777, a number of people broke into his store and demanded tea, refusing to pay the high prices asked. For three days, the intruders beat Mesier and his wife and servants, destroyed his property and raided his cellar.

Peter Mesier and his wife, Catherine Sleight, lived peacefully after the incident and together had eight children, three boys and five girls. Upon the death of Peter in 1806, their son Matthew took over the Mesier Homestead. Matthew and his wife had two sons, Henry and Abram and two daughters, Johanna and Maria. These heirs of Matthew were the last owners of Mesier Homestead. (From website of the Wappingers Falls Historical Society -

http://www.wappingershistoricalsociety.org/mesier.shtml
 
Mesier, Pieter (I1333)
 
32 ISAAC FLEMING was born in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, December 8, 1817, and emigrated to the United States in the year 1840, locating in Centre county, Pennsylvania, where for fourteen years he operated a woolen factory. He married Margaret Ann Stradley, a native of McHenry township, Lycoming county. They lived in Centre and Clinton counties until 1863, when they moved to Larry’s Creek, Piatt township, Lycoming county, remaining there until 1866, and moving thence to Hep-burn township, where Mr. Fleming was foreman of a woolen factory until 1880. At this time he settled on a farm, where he now resides. He is a Republican in politics and taken an active interest in the success of his party, and with his wife belongs to the Methodist Episcopal church. To their union were born nine children: John W., who is principal of the Stevens school building of Williamsport; W. H., who now resides in Missouri; Samuel S., Hudson R., and Edward S., who are residents of Williamsport; Wilson I., ex-burgess of Bellefonte; Dr. J. F.; Eugene E., and Carrie E., wife of Elmer Rathmell.  Rathmell, Sarah Elizabeth (I1142)
 
33 ISAAC FLEMING was born in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, December 8, 1817, and emigrated to the United States in the year 1840, locating in Centre county, Pennsylvania, where for fourteen years he operated a woolen factory. He married Margaret Ann Stradley, a native of McHenry township, Lycoming county. They lived in Centre and Clinton counties until 1863, when they moved to Larry’s Creek, Piatt township, Lycoming county, remaining there until 1866, and moving thence to Hep-burn township, where Mr. Fleming was foreman of a woolen factory until 1880. At this time he settled on a farm, where he now resides. He is a Republican in politics and taken an active interest in the success of his party, and with his wife belongs to the Methodist Episcopal church. To their union were born nine children: John W., who is principal of the Stevens school building of Williamsport; W. H., who now resides in Missouri; Samuel S., Hudson R., and Edward S., who are residents of Williamsport; Wilson I., ex-burgess of Bellefonte; Dr. J. F.; Eugene E., and Carrie E., wife of Elmer Rathmell.  Fleming, Clara E (I1136)
 
34 New Netherlands Wyckoff, Mayken Pieterse (I3801)
 
35 or Bergen, New Jersey Ryerson, Martin (I3167)
 
36 then Lancaster Co, Kapp, Johann Christoph (I1373)
 
37 York Unitary Authority Mauleverer, James (I3886)
 
38 Yorkshire and Humber Mauleverer, Anne (I2647)
 
39 "DEATH OF W. W. HARDING

The Well-Known Publisher Succumbs to an Attack of Pneumonia

William W. Harding, for many years proprietor and editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, died at 6 o'clock yesterday morning, at the family residence, 804 Pine street. For some months Mr. Harding had been in failing health and on that account, in March last, he was obliged to relinquish the active management of the paper and its ownership was transferred to a stock company, with James Elverson as president. Hiss illness did not become alarming to his family until within the last four weeks, when he was attacked with pneumonia and the disease hastened his death.

Mr. Harding was a son of the late Jesper Harding. He was born in this city November 1, 1830, and after receiving a careful scholastic education had his first business training in the book publishing house of Appleton & Co. He became associated with his father, the founder and proprietor of the Pennsylvania Inquirer, in the publication of that journal in 1849. The firm of Jesper Harding & Son continued until 1859, when William W. Harding assumed sole control of the paper, Jesper Harding retiring. The history of THE INQUIRER is largely the life of W. W. Harding. In April 1860, he changed its shape from the large folio sheet to the quarto form and the name to that of THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, by which title it has ever since been known. Upon the breaking out of the rebellion THE INQUIRER assumed a leading position in the journalistic world, its special war correspondence and Congressional news being widely read and attracting much attention on account of the exclusive information gathered. As an earnest supporter of the government the paper was almost looked upon as officially voicing the sentiments of the national administration. During his long business career, Mr. Harding was thrown into contact with the leading men of the city and country. The announcement of his death was a surprise to many of his business and personal friends. Although aware of his failing health, they were not prepared for the serious turn in his illness. He leaves a widow and six children. Two brothers, George Harding and J. Morris Harding survive him. His twin brother, Barclay Harding, who founded the Evening Telegraph, died on October 30, 1865."

The Philadelphia Inquirer. 16 May 1889  
Harding, William White (I1582)
 
40 "On the 20th, inst, CHARLES H. NEWBOLD, son of Anthony T. Newbold, in his 17th year. The male friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral from the residence of his father, Pine Grove, near Bridesburg, this morning at 10 o'clock - to proceed to Laurel Hill."

Feb. 22, 1844 Public Ledger Philadelphia PA. 
Newbold, Charles Holmes (I1316)
 
41 (1655 Is Eigen Schatting) Wyckoff, Pieter Pieterse (I3794)
 
42 (Madras) Scudder, Harriet (I4072)
 
43 ** October 31, 1889
Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 3

James Kiehle, one of Dansville 's most respected citizens, died Monday evening, after a brief illness. He was born in 1811. Three brothers and one sister survive him : Abram Kiehle, of Coudersport, Pa. ; Reuben Kiehle, of Dansville, Cornelius Kiehle and Mrs. Jesse Smith, of Sparta. Mr. Kiehle leaves a family of seven children : Hon. D. L. Kiehle and A. M. Kiehle, of Minneapolis ; Rev. A. A. Kiehle, of Milwaukee ; Mrs. II. A. Fairchild and Mrs. E. P. Clark, of Dansville, and Mrs. George Clark and Miss Carrie Kiehle. The funeral will be held at the residence of Harvey A. Fairchild this morning at 11 o'clock. The remains will be interred in the Kiehle burying ground in Sparta.
 
Kiehle, James (I1151)
 
44 ***

"Knox and Daviess County History published in 1886 in the biographical sketch, pages 309 & 310:

Ursula Clark Treadway was born June 10, 1781 near Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Benjamin Clark and his second wife Keziah Yarrington Gore.
Keziah was first married to Silas Gore who was killed July 3, 1778 at the Wyoming, Massacre. When Benjamin and Keziah married they were already the parents of eight children. Four additional children were born to them: Lucinda, Ursula, William and Julia Ann.

Ursula Clark married Samuel Treadway before 1808 when their oldest daughter Caroline was born. A son John was born in 1810 and another daughter Mary was born about 1817. Ursula removed to Lawrence County, Illinois before 1837 with Caroline, John and Mary. Ursula had at least two other children who remained in Pennsylvania. Samuel Treadway was alive in 1813 when he was listed as one of the early settlers of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. By 1820 Ursula was listed in Ulster Township in Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

Ursula Clark Treadway died in Lawrence County, Illinois October 4, 1845 and is buried in the Denison Cemetery south of Bridgeport Illinois. Her daughter Caroline Treadway married James Bailey in Pennsylvania and they were the parents of at least six children. Caroline died in 1858 and is buried next to her mother. Her husband removed to Texas after her death.

Her daughter Mary married Samuel Rickard (# i64546582) in 1834 in Pennsylvania. He died in Lawrence County in 1841 and she then married Joseph Passmore. She lived in Olney for many years but removed to Memphis, Tennessee after the death of Joseph Passmore. John Ward Treadway married Rachel Neal in Lawrence County and they removed to Olney in the 1870's where they died.

In addition to her children Caroline, John and Mary two of Ursula's siblings removed to Lawrence County. William Clark and Julia Ann Overton Passmore.

Caroline Treadway Bailey was born in Pennsylvania in 1808 the daughter of Samuel and Ursula Clark Bailey. She married James Bailey and was the mother of of at least six children. She died in 1858 and is buried next to her mother Ursula Treadway in the Denison Cemetery in Lawrence County, Ilinois. 
Clark, Ursula (I3746)
 
45 ***
Nathan Coon lived up Sugar creek about a mile above Mr. Rutty's. He probably left about 1809. His property described as a house, seventeen acres of improved land, one hundred and twenty unimproved, and a valuation of $153,which, on the assessment, is marked transferred to Andrew Gregg.  
Clark, Capt Samuel (I20)
 
46 , or Portsmouth, Newport RI, America Sands, Sarah "Mary" (I3317)
 
47 , U.S. Military Forces, Military and Naval Forces, USA Bullock, Benjamin 3rd (I3326)
 
48 Strong, John (I2428)
 
49 1 yr, 8 months, 11 days Reamer, John C (I1831)
 
50 11 children Tupper, Eldah (I3066)
 

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