Hannah Harlan

F, b. 4 February 1681, d. after 20 October 1748
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Hannah Harlan|b. 4 Feb 1681\nd. a 20 Oct 1748|p88.htm#i4842|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*4 February 1681 Hannah Harlan was born on 4 February 1681 at Donnahlong, Down, Northern Ireland.1,2,3 
 She was the daughter of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Married Name8 June 1701  As of 8 June 1701,her married name was Hollingsworth.1,2 
Marriage*8 June 1701 Hannah Harlan married Samuel Hollingsworth, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert, on 8 June 1701 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,4 
Death*after 20 October 1748 Hannah Harlan died after 20 October 1748 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.2,1 

Family

Samuel Hollingsworth b. 27 Jan 1673, d. a 30 Aug 1748
Child

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  4. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.

Moses Harlan

M, b. 20 December 1683, d. 1747
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Moses Harlan|b. 20 Dec 1683\nd. 1747|p88.htm#i4843|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*20 December 1683 Moses Harlan was born on 20 December 1683 at Donnahlong, Down, Northern Ireland.1 
 He was the son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Death*1747 Moses Harlan died in 1747 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.1 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Rebecca Rebekah Harlan1

F, b. 17 August 1688, d. 17 August 1775
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Rebecca Rebekah Harlan|b. 17 Aug 1688\nd. 17 Aug 1775|p88.htm#i4844|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*17 August 1688 Rebecca Rebekah Harlan was born on 17 August 1688 at Centreville, New Castle, Delaware.1 
 She was the daughter of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Death*17 August 1775 Rebecca Rebekah Harlan died on 17 August 1775 at age 87.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Deborah Harlan

F, b. 28 August 1690
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Deborah Harlan|b. 28 Aug 1690|p88.htm#i4845|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*28 August 1690 Deborah Harlan was born on 28 August 1690 at Pennsylvania.1 
 She was the daughter of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Married Name1709/10  As of 1709/10,her married name was Calvert.1,2 
Marriage*1709/10 Deborah Harlan married Joshua Calvert, son of John Calvert and Judith Stamper, in 1709/10 at Pennsylvania.1,2 

Family

Joshua Calvert b. 18 Oct 1680

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.

James Harlan

M, b. 19 August 1692, d. after 1735
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
James Harlan|b. 19 Aug 1692\nd. a 1735|p88.htm#i4846|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*19 August 1692 James Harlan was born on 19 August 1692 at Newcastle, Delaware.1 
 He was the son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Death*after 1735 James Harlan died after 1735 at Frederick, Virginia.1 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Elizabeth Harlan

F, b. 9 August 1694, d. after 29 November 1727
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Elizabeth Harlan|b. 9 Aug 1694\nd. a 29 Nov 1727|p88.htm#i4847|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*9 August 1694 Elizabeth Harlan was born on 9 August 1694 at Donnahlong, Down, Ulster, Northern Ireland.1 
 She was the daughter of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Marriage*12 September 1712 Elizabeth Harlan married Joseph Robinson, son of George Robinson and Ann Curtis, on 12 September 1712 at Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
Married Name12 September 1712  As of 12 September 1712,her married name was Robinson.1 
Death*after 29 November 1727 Elizabeth Harlan died after 29 November 1727 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 

Family

Joseph Robinson b. 1677, d. 1754

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Layton Pidd1

M, b. 10 May 1846, d. 18 August 1918
Father*Thomas Pidd2 b. 22 Nov 1811
Mother*Elizabeth Betty Beal b. 16 Jun 1811, d. Nov 1868
Layton Pidd|b. 10 May 1846\nd. 18 Aug 1918|p88.htm#i4848|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth Betty Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|Thomas Pidd|b. 1782|p137.htm#i8985||||Thomas Beal|b. 20 Dec 1789\nd. 1873|p204.htm#i12521||||
Baptism*10 May 1846 Layton Pidd was baptized on 10 May 1846 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; Name: Layton Pidd
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 10 May 1846
Baptism/Christening Place: Flamborough, York, England
Father's Name: Thomas Pidd
Mother's Name: Betty Pidd
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04621-4
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1702872
Reference Number: 151
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C10593-1
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 919168.1,3 
 He was the son of Thomas Pidd and Elizabeth Betty Beal.2 
Immigration*1856 Layton Pidd immigrated in 1856 to Canada. 
(Witness) Census1861 He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of George Nicholson Pidd at Pickering, Ontario, Canada; Name:      George Pidd
Gender:      Male
Age:      24
Birth Year:      1837
Birthplace:      England
Home in 1861:      Pickering, Ontario, Canada West
Religion:      W Methodist
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: W. Methodist
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Pidd      24
Elizabeth Pidd 50
Thomas Pidd 21
Robert Pidd 18
Layton Pidd 15
Mary Pidd 12
John Pidd 10
Ann E. Pidd 3.4 
Marriage*23 December 1869 Layton Pidd married Hannah Foster on 23 December 1869 at Perth, Lanark, Ontario, Canada.5 
Census*1901 Layton Pidd appeared on the census of 1901 at Biddulph, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada.2 
Census1911 He appeared on the census of 1911 at London City, Ontario, Canada. 
Death*18 August 1918 He died on 18 August 1918 at Middlesex, Ontario, Canada, at age 72. 

Family

Hannah Foster b. 13 Feb 1850, d. 1939
Children

Citations

  1. [S212] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  2. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  3. [S1288] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S1354] 1861 Census of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1861; Census Place: Pickering, Ontario, Canada West; Roll: C-1057; Page: 30.
  5. [S748] Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926.
  6. [S1360] Unknown compiler, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1869-1927.

Joshua Harlan

M, b. 15 November 1696, d. after 18 June 1744
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Joshua Harlan|b. 15 Nov 1696\nd. a 18 Jun 1744|p88.htm#i4849|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*15 November 1696 Joshua Harlan was born on 15 November 1696 at Centreville, Newcastle, Delaware.1,2 
 He was the son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Residence*after 1714 Joshua Harlan lived after 1714 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Settled on 200 acres on Brandywine given him by his father. Remained there during his life. Left estate valued at L537, 04s, 8d.2 
Marriage*1719 He married Mary Heald, daughter of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft, in 1719 at Newark Meeting, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,3,4 
(Witness) Will30 March 1735 Joshua Harlan witnessed the will of Samuel Heald on 30 March 1735 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Wills, B:9.5,6 
Will*18 June 1744 Joshua Harlan left a will on 18 June 1744 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Database: Full Context of Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
Book Page: B:164
Surname: Harlan
Given Name: Joseph
Description: Son
Date: 18 Jun 1744
Prove Date: 13 Jul 1744
Remarks: Joshua Harlan of Kennett, yeoman. June 18, 1744. Codicil: June 22. July 13, 1744. B. 164. Provides for wife Mary. To son Joseph his choice of plantation as described. To son Joshua the other part of plantation my 1/3 part of the corn mill also 1/3 of sawmill ground to be sold and money applied for use of sons, Samuel and Caleb until they are 25. To Samuel Pyle 1/3 of saw mill and ground. To John Packer 1/3 of do. To my 3 daughters, viz Deborah wife of Thomas Evans, Sarah and Rebecca Harlan remainder of personal estate. Executor: son Joseph. Witnesses: Wm. Webb, Saml. Pyle, Rebecca Webb. Mentions brother James.5 
Death*after 18 June 1744 He died after 18 June 1744 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 
Burial*after 18 June 1744 He was buried after 18 June 1744 at Friends Burying Ground, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 
Probate13 July 1744 His estate was probated on 13 July 1744 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.5 

Family

Mary Heald b. 15 Dec 1697, d. Jul 1744

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  3. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  4. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  6. [S1281] Martin & Cope, Wills of Chester Co., PA, 1713-1735.

Samuel Heald1

M, b. 12 November 1668, d. 1736
Father*William Heald2 b. 10 Jan 1646/47, d. 20 Oct 1677
Mother*Jane Dunbabin b. c 1649, d. b 9 Aug 1677
Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|Thomas Heald|b. c 1620\nd. 23 Feb 1699/0|p283.htm#i16856|Elizabeth Hobson|b. 1624\nd. 10 Jul 1664|p98.htm#i5740|||||||
Birth*12 November 1668 Samuel Heald was born on 12 November 1668 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Register of Births belonging to the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 11
[Chapel/Registry]
Full Name Samuel Heald
Date of Birth 12 November 1668
Registration Town/County Cheshire & Staffordshire
Father William Heald
Samuel was born at the Healdmill Farm in England. He was nine years old when both
parents died within days of each other in 1677. The orphaned children, Samuel, William and perhaps Mary may have moved to Broadoak Farm to live with their father's uncle, James Heald. (Information gleaned orally from his descendants by Jack W. Heald on a trip to England.).3,1,4,5,6 
 He was the son of William Heald and Jane Dunbabin.2 
Marriage*16 February 1691 Samuel Heald married Mary Bancroft, daughter of John Bancroft and Mary Janney, on 16 February 1691 at Etchells, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meetings of Wilmslow,
Stockport & Congleton in the county
of Cheshire from 1655 to 1741
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1036 / Folio 48
Register of Marriages from the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1667 to 1721
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1256 / Folio 88
Samuel married Mary Bancroft, daughter of John Bancroft and Mary Janney, 16 Feb
1690/1, in Eckles, England at her parents' home (Cheshire MM Records).
On the marriage certificate Samuel is identified as the son of William Heald.
At the time of his marriage, Samuel was a shoemaker in Moberley. He and Mary promised themselves to one another in the presence of a number of relatives and Friends, according to the good order of Friends.
. . . Samuel Heald taking the said Mary Bancroft by the hand did openly declare as followeth: ffriends in the feare of god and in the presence of you his people who are my witnesses that this day I take mary Bancroft to bee my wife promising to bee to her a faithfull and loving husband so long as it shall please the Lord that we shall both live: And then and there in the same assembly the said Mary Bancroft did in like maner declare as followeth: ffriends in the feare of the Lord and in the presence of you his people I take this my friend Samuel Heald ffor to bee my husband promising to thewere the Lords assistance to bee unto him a faithful and loving wife as long as it shall please the Lord wee shall both live: And the said Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft now according to the Law and custom in marriage Mary Heald: as a ffurther confirmation thereof did then and there to theize presents set theire hands . . .
They both signed the certificate. Those present also signed, and among them were six Healds, five Bancrofts (including Mary's parents), seven Dunbobins, and a number of other Friends.3,7,8,9,10,4,2,11,6 
Occupation*16 May 1691 Samuel Heald was Yeoman (farmer); shoemaker on 16 May 1691 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England.8,2 
Religion*3 December 1702 He and Mary Bancroft were They carried with them a letter of removal which reads as follows:
"Samuel HELD [HEALD] and wife Mary, both born of believing parents, from Mo. Mtg. heald at Morley, Co of Chester [Cheshire my note] England, dated 10 mo. 3, 1702. Joan HELD, a signer. Received 5 Mo. 30 1703."

Came to America 1702/03 bearing certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, dated 10,3,1702. See "Families of Heald, Brooke, Ball" by Jessamine Smith Herbst; Harlan Genealogy by Alpheus Harlan; Kennett, Chester Co., PA Quaker Records (LDS #50331); Kennett & Neward, Chester Co., PA Quaker Records (LDS #50327); Philadelphia Colonial Families (LDS 929. 811/P/D2J, vol. 2, pages 1296-97).1,12,13,3 
Immigration*1703 Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft immigrated in 1703 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...3,12,8,13 
Religion30 August 1703 Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft were (an unknown value).13 
Census*1715 Samuel Heald appeared on the census of 1715 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. Provincial. p 18.
This entry appears in the 1715 Kennett tax records: "Samuel Heald - 0 Lbs. 2 s. 0 d."14,8 
Land*18 March 1715 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Number 85. Book D-65, Page 116, grant. Book D-82, Page 22, survey by Isaac Taylor. Book A-51, Page 235. 177 acres, copy of survey. Surveryed 28 June 1715 by Isaac Taylor. 18 March 1715 Chester, Pennsylvania.15 
Census1718 He appeared on the census of 1718 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. p 3.14 
Census1719/20 He appeared on the census of 1719/20 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. p 20.14 
Census1721 He appeared on the census of 1721 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. p 11.14 
Census1722 He appeared on the census of 1722 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. p 17.14 
Census1726/27 He appeared on the census of 1726/27 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Freeman. County. p. 16.14 
Land17 March 1734 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Book D-82, page 22. No. 85 Chester Old Rights. Samuel Heald 1770. [Same grant as 18 Mar 1715.] "Returned into the Secretary's Office ye 17th oif the 3d Mo. 1734. 17 March 1734 Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.15 
Will*30 March 1735 He left a will on 30 March 1735 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Wills, B:9.16,17 
Death*1736 He died in 1736 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.3,1,16 
Probate*1 October 1736 His estate was probated on 1 October 1736 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.17 

Family

Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Children

Citations

  1. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  2. [S1323] Chester, England, Quaker Marriages 1658-1668 (published).
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  4. [S1302] Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting.
  5. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  6. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  7. [S1277] Mile, Jr. White, "Quaker Janneys of Cheshire and Their Progenitors," Vol. VIII, No. 2,3,4, 1904.
  8. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  9. [S1312] Mildred Hodge, Heald Family Book, Southern Branch of Quaker.
  10. [S1309] Heald Family, Files collected over 50 years from original sources, cousins, personal research. Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
  11. [S1324] Heald by MJP Grundy, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paxson/…
  12. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  13. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  14. [S1297] 1715-40 Tax Index, Chester County, PA, p. 51.
  15. [S1245] Chester County, PA, Old Rights Index, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  16. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  17. [S1281] Martin & Cope, Wills of Chester Co., PA, 1713-1735.

Mary Bancroft1,2

F, b. 13 July 1673, d. circa 1735/36
Father*John Bancroft b. c 1633, d. 25 Feb 1699/0
Mother*Mary Janney3 b. 6 Jan 1639, d. 5 Mar 1706/7
Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|Richard Bancroft|b. 23 Jan 1583\nd. 12 Oct 1684|p97.htm#i5731|Ellen Burgess|b. c 1600\nd. a 1635|p97.htm#i5732|Randle Janney Junior|b. 26 May 1608\nd. 28 Dec 1698|p97.htm#i5735|Anne Knevett|b. 2 Nov 1617\nd. 28 Dec 1698|p98.htm#i5736|
Birth*13 July 1673 Mary Bancroft was born on 13 July 1673 at Etchells, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from 1658 to 1668, with a Register of Births from 1654 to 1776, and a Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 18
Register of Births belonging to the Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 12
Full Name Mary Bancroft
Date of Birth 13 July 1673
Place of Abode Eatchells
County of Abode Chester
Registration Town/County Cheshire
Father John Bancroft
Mother Mary Bancroft.4,5,6,1,7,3,8 
 She was the daughter of John Bancroft and Mary Janney.3 
Marriage*16 February 1691 Mary Bancroft married Samuel Heald, son of William Heald and Jane Dunbabin, on 16 February 1691 at Etchells, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meetings of Wilmslow,
Stockport & Congleton in the county
of Cheshire from 1655 to 1741
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1036 / Folio 48
Register of Marriages from the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1667 to 1721
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1256 / Folio 88
Samuel married Mary Bancroft, daughter of John Bancroft and Mary Janney, 16 Feb
1690/1, in Eckles, England at her parents' home (Cheshire MM Records).
On the marriage certificate Samuel is identified as the son of William Heald.
At the time of his marriage, Samuel was a shoemaker in Moberley. He and Mary promised themselves to one another in the presence of a number of relatives and Friends, according to the good order of Friends.
. . . Samuel Heald taking the said Mary Bancroft by the hand did openly declare as followeth: ffriends in the feare of god and in the presence of you his people who are my witnesses that this day I take mary Bancroft to bee my wife promising to bee to her a faithfull and loving husband so long as it shall please the Lord that we shall both live: And then and there in the same assembly the said Mary Bancroft did in like maner declare as followeth: ffriends in the feare of the Lord and in the presence of you his people I take this my friend Samuel Heald ffor to bee my husband promising to thewere the Lords assistance to bee unto him a faithful and loving wife as long as it shall please the Lord wee shall both live: And the said Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft now according to the Law and custom in marriage Mary Heald: as a ffurther confirmation thereof did then and there to theize presents set theire hands . . .
They both signed the certificate. Those present also signed, and among them were six Healds, five Bancrofts (including Mary's parents), seven Dunbobins, and a number of other Friends.4,5,9,10,7,2,3,11,8 
Married Name16 May 1691  As of 16 May 1691,her married name was Heald.4 
Religion3 December 1702 Mary Bancroft and Samuel Heald were They carried with them a letter of removal which reads as follows:
"Samuel HELD [HEALD] and wife Mary, both born of believing parents, from Mo. Mtg. heald at Morley, Co of Chester [Cheshire my note] England, dated 10 mo. 3, 1702. Joan HELD, a signer. Received 5 Mo. 30 1703."

Came to America 1702/03 bearing certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, dated 10,3,1702. See "Families of Heald, Brooke, Ball" by Jessamine Smith Herbst; Harlan Genealogy by Alpheus Harlan; Kennett, Chester Co., PA Quaker Records (LDS #50331); Kennett & Neward, Chester Co., PA Quaker Records (LDS #50327); Philadelphia Colonial Families (LDS 929. 811/P/D2J, vol. 2, pages 1296-97).1,6,12,4 
Immigration1703 Mary Bancroft and Samuel Heald immigrated in 1703 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...4,6,9,12 
Religion30 August 1703 Mary Bancroft and Samuel Heald were (an unknown value).12 
(Witness) Will30 March 1735 Mary Bancroft witnessed the will of Samuel Heald on 30 March 1735 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Wills, B:9.13,14 
Death*circa 1735/36 Mary Bancroft died circa 1735/36 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.4,6,15 

Family

Samuel Heald b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Children

Citations

  1. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  2. [S1302] Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting.
  3. [S1323] Chester, England, Quaker Marriages 1658-1668 (published).
  4. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  5. [S1277] Mile, Jr. White, "Quaker Janneys of Cheshire and Their Progenitors," Vol. VIII, No. 2,3,4, 1904.
  6. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  7. [S1309] Heald Family, Files collected over 50 years from original sources, cousins, personal research. Dr. Pusey Heald collection.
  8. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  9. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  10. [S1312] Mildred Hodge, Heald Family Book, Southern Branch of Quaker.
  11. [S1324] Heald by MJP Grundy, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paxson/…
  12. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  13. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  14. [S1281] Martin & Cope, Wills of Chester Co., PA, 1713-1735.
  15. [S1308] 9-99. e-mail address, unknown subject in "e-mail address, 9-99.," listserve message unknown original date.

William Heald

M, b. 20 April 1694
Father*Samuel Heald1,2 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
William Heald|b. 20 Apr 1694|p88.htm#i4852|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Birth*20 April 1694 William Heald was born on 20 April 1694 at Eccleston, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from
1658 to 1668, with a Register of
Births from 1654 to 1776, and a
Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 26
Full Name William Heald
Date of Birth 20 April 1694
Place of Abode Eatchells
Registration Town/County Cheshire
Father Samuel Heald
Mother Mary Heald.3,1,2,4 
 He was the son of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.1,2 
(Witness) Immigration1703 William Heald witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...3,5,1,6 
Marriage*15 August 1719 William Heald married Elizabeth Potts on 15 August 1719 at Gwynedd Monthly Meeting, Pocopson Cr., Phildelphia, Pennsylvania; From Kennett MM Minutes, C.H.ll F. (PA. Hist. Soe.), an entry shows William Heald had certificate to North Wales MM (now Gwynedd) for marriage in 1719. When John Hollingsworth compiled the "Newark Monthly Meeting - Quaker Marriage Record," he found the following entries:
1-6-1719 William Heald - Certified to North Wales MM (now Gwynedd) for marriage. (This included a part of Chester County, lying west of the Schuylkill River.)
He married ELIZABETH POTTS 15 Aug 1719 in At residence of Jonas Potts, Pocopson Cr., Chester Co, PA, daughter of JONAS POTTS and MARY (POTTS).5,1,2,7 
(Witness) Will30 March 1735 William Heald witnessed the will of Samuel Heald on 30 March 1735 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Wills, B:9.8,9 
(Witness) Marriage27 May 1736 William Heald witnessed the marriage of George Harlan and Elizabeth Hope on 27 May 1736 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.3,10,1,11 
Religion*30 September 1737 William Heald was William Heald was disowned by Kennettt MM on 30 Sept. 1737 for non-payment of his just debts, so disappears from Quaker records after that date.1 
Land*31 March 1752 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from In the Fairfax Co., VA, Deed Book C (p. 38), I found a lease witnessed by Jonas Potts and Wm. Heald on 31 March 1752 which also mentioned David Potts. We know Elizabeth's brother, David Potts, her half-brother, Jonas Potts, and her brother-in-law, Joseph Burson,moved to Fairfax County, in 1735. In 1755 Loudoun County was formed from the northern part of Fairfax County and David Potts' land was included in the new county. His land was located between the Short Hill and the Blue Ridge Mountain in a valley known as Bet ween-the Hills. Another piece of bis land was located northwest of Short Hill, and the south run of the north branch of Kittockton Run. There was another piece on the head branches of Piney Run on the West side of Short Hill. A grandson of William and Elizabeth Potts Heald, also named William, wrote "Some Recollections..." on his 100th birthday, stating he was born in Loudoun Co, VA in 1766 "at the foot of a mountain called Short Hill, a spur which puts out of Blue Mountains at Harper's Ferry, where a small stream and a great road pass through it. A village is located on the east side, called the Gap, near which I was bora." 31 March 1752 Fairfax, Virginia.1 

Family

Elizabeth Potts b. 30 Oct 1699, d. 1776
Child

Citations

  1. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  2. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  4. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  5. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  6. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  7. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  8. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  9. [S1281] Martin & Cope, Wills of Chester Co., PA, 1713-1735.
  10. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  11. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.

Jane Heald

F, b. 9 July 1700
Father*Samuel Heald1 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Adoptive fatherAlexander Lindsay d. a 12 Mar 1728
Jane Heald|b. 9 Jul 1700|p88.htm#i4854|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Birth*9 July 1700 Jane Heald was born on 9 July 1700 at Mobberly, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from
1658 to 1668, with a Register of
Births from 1654 to 1776, and a
Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 27
Register of Births belonging to the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference
RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 23
Full Name Jane Heald
Date of Birth 9 July 1700
Place of Abode Mobberley
Registration Town/County Cheshire
Father Samuel Heald
Mother Mary Heald.2,3,4,1,5 
 She was the daughter of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.1 
(Witness) Immigration1703 Jane Heald witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...2,3,4,6 
Married NameApril 1726  As of April 1726,her married name was Way.2,3,4 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  4. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  5. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  6. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.

Samuel Heald Junior

M, b. 22 September 1702, d. before 16 June 1752
Father*Samuel Heald1 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Adoptive fatherAlexander Lindsay2 d. a 12 Mar 1728
Samuel Heald Junior|b. 22 Sep 1702\nd. b 16 Jun 1752|p88.htm#i4855|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Baptism22 September 1702 Samuel Heald Junior was baptized on 22 September 1702 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Name:      Samuell Heald
Event:      Christening
Event Date:      22 Sep 1702
Event Place:      Mobberley, Cheshire, England
Gender:      Male     
Father:      Willm. Samuell Heald
Film Number:      2262876
Digital Folder Number:      4019150
Image Number:      277.3 
Birth*22 September 1702 He was born on 22 September 1702 at Mobberly, Cheshire, England; Register of Births belonging to the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 24
Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from
1658 to 1668, with a Register of
Births from 1654 to 1776, and a
Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 28
Full Name Samuel Heald
Date of Birth 22 September 1702
Parish of Abode Moberley
Registration Town/County Cheshire & Staffordshire
Father Samuel Heald
Mother Mary Heald.4,5,1,6 
 He was the son of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.1 
(Witness) Immigration1703 Samuel Heald Junior witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...4,7,5,8 
Census1724/25 Samuel Heald Junior appeared on the census of 1724/25 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Freeman. County. p 26.9 
Marriage*1727 He married Rachel Nichols in 1727 at Chester, Pennsylvania.4,7,5 
Census*1734/35 Samuel Heald Junior appeared on the census of 1734/35 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-12A). p.31.9 
(Witness) Will30 March 1735 He witnessed the will of Samuel Heald on 30 March 1735 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Wills, B:9.10,11 
Census1735/36 Samuel Heald Junior appeared on the census of 1735/36 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-13A). p. 40.9 
Census1737/38 He appeared on the census of 1737/38 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-14B). p. 9.9 
Census1740 He appeared on the census of 1740 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-16). p. 15.9 
Death*before 16 June 1752 He died before 16 June 1752 at Chester, Pennsylvania.12 
Probate*16 June 1752 His estate was probated on 16 June 1752 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Rachel Heald administratrix of the goods & chattles wch were of Samuel Heald deceased exhibited her accompts of her administration on the said deceased's estate praying a confirmation thereof and the same being examined are accordingly allowed of & confirmed by this court.12 

Family

Rachel Nichols d. 1772
Child

Citations

  1. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  2. [S1313] Unknown compiler, Philadelphia County Wills, 1682-1819.
  3. [S1287] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  5. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  6. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  7. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  8. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  9. [S1297] 1715-40 Tax Index, Chester County, PA, p. 51.
  10. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  11. [S1281] Martin & Cope, Wills of Chester Co., PA, 1713-1735.
  12. [S1249] Unknown compiler.

Dinah Heald

F, b. 15 February 1708/9
Father*Samuel Heald1 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Dinah Heald|b. 15 Feb 1708/9|p88.htm#i4856|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Birth*15 February 1708/9 Dinah Heald was born on 15 February 1708/9 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.2,3,4,1,5 
 She was the daughter of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.1 
Married Name16 April 1734  As of 16 April 1734,her married name was Wilcox.2,4,5 

Citations

  1. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  4. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  5. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.

Jacob Heald

M, b. 27 October 1711
Father*Samuel Heald1 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Jacob Heald|b. 27 Oct 1711|p88.htm#i4857|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Birth*27 October 1711 Jacob Heald was born on 27 October 1711 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; Presumably the twin of Joseph.2,3,4,1 
 He was the son of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.1 
(Witness) Marriage27 May 1736 Jacob Heald witnessed the marriage of George Harlan and Elizabeth Hope on 27 May 1736 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.2,5,6,7 

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S1249] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  5. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  6. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  7. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.

Valentine Hollingsworth Senior

M, b. 15 August 1632, d. 13 October 1710
Father*Henry Hollingsworth b. 7 Sep 1598, d. b 27 Oct 1675
Mother*Katherine Wray Ree b. 25 Apr 1595, d. 17 Oct 1697
Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine Wray Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Robert Hollingsworth|b. 1547\nd. 1599|p141.htm#i9184||||Valentine W. Ree||p142.htm#i9273||||
Birth*15 August 1632 Valentine Hollingsworth Senior was born on 15 August 1632 at Ballyvickcrannell, Parish Of Seagoe, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth son of Henry Hollingsworth of Bellenickcrannell, in the parish of Sego and County of Ardmagh and of Katheran his wife, was borne at Bellenickcrannell, aforesaid, about the sixth month in the yeare 1632...1,2,3 
 He was the son of Henry Hollingsworth and Katherine Wray Ree
Marriage*7 June 1655 Valentine Hollingsworth Senior married Ann Wray Rea Ree, daughter of Nicholas Wray Ree, on 7 June 1655 at Lurgan Mm, Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth...and upon the seaventh day of the fowerth month - Anno Domini, 1655, he tooke to wife Ann the daughter of Nicholas Ree: of Tanragee in the county of Ardmagh aforesaid and of Ann his wife ...1,3,4 
Residence1664 Valentine Hollingsworth Senior lived in 1664 at Ballyvickcrannell, Armagh, Ireland; ...the 1664 Hearth Tax Roll (a copy) which shows "Valentine Hollinsworth" at BallyvcCrannell taxes for one hearth at 2 shillings.5 
Residence*1672 He lived in 1672 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; County Armagh. Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe, by Edmund O'Maghan, forthe use of the aforesaid, twenty-six stooks of Wheat, three car-loads of Hay, twenty-six stocks of Oats, and twenty-six stocks of Barley, all worth two pounds, eighteen shillings.6 
Marriage*12 June 1672 He married Ann Calvert, daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassond Glasford, on 12 June 1672 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish Of Segoe, Armagh, Ulster, Northern Ireland; ...Valentine Hollingsworth...tooke to Wife Ann (the Daughter of Thomas Calluart of Dromgorr in the parish of Sego and County of Ardmagh aforesaid, and of Jane his wife)...

Francis Robinson had goods taken for tithes in county Armagh, Ireland, 1672, and was witness to the marriage of Valentine Hollingsworth (one of the earliest settlers of New Castle county), to Ann Calvert, in Segoe parish, county Armagh, Ireland. June 12, 1672.1,7,3,8 
Residence1673 Valentine Hollingsworth Senior lived in 1673 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe by Edmund Maghan & Thomas Proctor, corn & Hay worth two pounds.6 
Residence1674 He lived in 1674 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe for the use of the said Thomas Smith, seven loads of Hay, eleven stocks of Wheat, nine Stocks of Oats, eleven stocks and a half of Barley, all worth three pounds, four shillings.6 
Land8 December 1674 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Valentine Hollingsworth had come into quarrel with them over this property and Arbitrators were called upon to referee the differences. Their findings (John Jones and Ralph Trewman) were set forth in favour of Valentine Hollingsworth, in right of the article of 1632 which must have been produced as evidence from some now unknown source, perhaps Val's own copy given to him by his father. Thereafter, for amicable and peaceable resolution of the problem, mutual indentures were contracted by the Blackers and Hollingsworth over the rights involved, Hollingsworth, for five shillings made over the rampart for use as a mill dam to furnish the mill near Ballinaghy, George Blacker's holding, as Henry Hollingworth had held same before the war; Blacker, for five shillings, made over to Hollingsworth a small area of land used as a calf enclosure (garth) which Henry, his father, also had enjoyed over forty years earlier, and three acres of meadow. 8 December 1674 Ballyvickcrannell, Armagh, Ireland.9 
Residence1675 He lived in 1675 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe by the said Daniel, for the said Thomas Smith, twenty stooks of Wheat & Maslin (copy of HR is poor, hard to see first letter), twenty-two stooks of Oats, eight stooks and a half of Barley, and seven car-loads of Hay, all worth four pounds, fourteen shillings.6 
Residence1676 He lived in 1676 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe, bu the Cantelan, thirty-seven stooks of Wheat & Rye, forty stooks of Oats, eighteen stooks of Barley & nine loads of Hey, all worth two pounds, five shillings, eight pence.6 
Residence1679 He lived in 1679 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth of the said Parish (Segoe) had taken from him for tithe, by William Gibson, five stooks of Barley, three stooks of Oats, and three loads of Hey, all worth six shillings, ten pence.6 
Residence1680 He lived in 1680 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tither, by Rory O'Danell & Arer O'Nell, for the use of the said Thomas Smith, thirty-three stocks of Wheat & Rye, fourteen stooks of Barley, thirty-three stooks of Oats, and some Hey, all worth two pounds, seven shillings, sixpence.6 
Residence1681 He lived in 1681 at Lurgan, Armagh, Ireland; Valentine Hollingsworth had taken from him for tithe, by Lver O'Nell & Rory O'Henell, for the said use, ten loads of Hey, thirty sstooks of hard corn, twenty stooks of Oats & twelve stooks of Barley and by the said Ever & others, Apples worth one shilling; and by Elizabeth Pow, seven stooks and a half of Barley, one stook and a half of Oats, and two car-loads of Hey, all worth four pounds, five shillings.6 
Occupation*between 1682 and 1700 He was He was a Member of the First Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, shortly after William PENN'S advent, that of 1682-1683; also of the Grand Inquest empaneled 25th October, 1683, to consider the famous case of Charles PICKERING and others charged with counterfeiting. He served in several subsequent sessions of the Assembly, those of 1687, 1688, 1689, 1695, and 1700, from New Castle County, and was a Justice of the Peace from the same County. He was also a Signer of PENN'S Great Charter and a Member of the Pro-Provincial Council. between 1682 and 1700 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.10 
Land*20 February 1682 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from A-AA No. 3, p. 121; March 1704 - Augt. 1706; Date: 7 May 1705; Patentee Thomas Hollingsworth.
Acres - 418; Warrantee - Saml Hollingsworth; Warrant date - 23 April 1692; County - Newcastle
Acres - 200; Warrantee - Valentine Hollingsworth; Warrant date - 20 Feby 1682; County - Newcastle
Acres - 20; Warrantee - Thomas Hollingsworth; Warrant date - 2 March 1689; County - Newcastle 20 February 1682 Newcastle, Delaware.11 
Immigration*10 December 1682 He immigrated on 10 December 1682 to Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).1,12,13,14,15 
Residence1683 He lived in 1683 at Pennsylvania; Valentine was a member of the first Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, not long after he set foot in America. He served in that body several times thereafter, and was a Justice of the Peace in New Castle County, as also he served in the Grand Inquest of 1683 whne Charles Pickering was charged with counterfeiting. He signed Penn's Great Charter.5 
Land22 March 1690 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from A No. 15; June 1684 - May 1751; Patent date - 13 Feby 1698; page 521; Patentee - Valentine Hollingsworth; acres 40; Warrantee - Valentine Hollingsworth; warrant date - 22 March 1690; County - Newcastle 22 March 1690 Newcastle, Delaware.11 
Land13 February 1698 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from A No. 15; June 1684 - May 1751; Patent date - 13 Feby 1698; page 521; Patentee - Valentine Hollingsworth; acres 40; Warrantee - Valentine Hollingsworth; warrant date - 22 March 1690; County - Newcastle 13 February 1698 Newcastle, Delaware.11 
(Witness) Land4 December 1701 He witnessed the Land of George Harlan and Thomas Hollingsworth on 4 December 1701 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Book D-65, Page 51. Resurvey for 100 acres belonging to Geo. Harland, 500 acres to Geo. Harland, and 400 acres laid out to Valentine Hollingsworth now in the possession of Thomas Hollingsworth.16 
Land12 November 1705 Valentine Hollingsworth Senior obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from 12 Nov 1705. Book A No. 3, page 178. Patentee Thomas Holingsworth. Acres 200 (Valentine Hollingsworth) and 20 (Thomas Hollingsworth). Warrant 20 Feby 1682 (Valentine) and 2 March 1689 (Thomas). Newcastle County. 12 November 1705 Chester, Pennsylvania.11 
Death*13 October 1710 He died on 13 October 1710 at Newark, New Castle, Delaware, at age 78.1,2 
Burialafter 13 October 1710 He was buried after 13 October 1710 at Newark Union Church Yard, Newark, New Castle, Delaware.2 
Burial*after 13 October 1710 He was buried after 13 October 1710 at Friends Cemetery, Newark, New Castle, Delaware.1 

Family 1

Ann Wray Rea Ree b. 1628, d. 1 Feb 1671
Children

Family 2

Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Children

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  4. [S1337] Harry Hollingsworth, "Church Registers of Skelton-in-Cleveland."
  5. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  6. [S1221] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  7. [S1218] Ila Verne Toney, "Ila Verne Toney Letter."
  8. [S1293] John Woolf Jordan, Colonial families of Philadelphia.
  9. [S1299] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth, Deceased."
  10. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  11. [S1255] Pennsylvania Patent Index, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  12. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  13. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  14. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."
  15. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  16. [S1245] Chester County, PA, Old Rights Index, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.

Ann Calvert

F, b. 9 November 1650, d. 17 October 1697
Father*Thomas Calvert1 b. 11 Apr 1617, d. b 17 Feb 1686
Mother*Jane Glassond Glasford2 b. c 1626
Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane Glassond Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|John Calvert|b. bt 1587 - 1589|p140.htm#i9166||||Hugh G. Glasford|b. c 1594|p273.htm#i16356||||
Birth*9 November 1650 Ann Calvert was born on 9 November 1650 at Killwarlin, Hillsborough, Down, Northern Ireland; ...Ann (the Daughter of Thomas Calluart of Dromgorr in the parish of Sego and County of Ardmagh aforesaid, and of Jane his wife) Who was borne in Killwarling in ye County of Down, about ye nonth month Anno Domi. 1650...

Ann Calvert first daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane his wife was borne in Killwarlin (now Hillsborough) in the County of Down about the ninth month, Anno Domini, 1650.3,4,2,5,1 
 She was the daughter of Thomas Calvert and Jane Glassond Glasford.1,2 
Married Name12 April 1672  As of 12 April 1672,her married name was Hollingsworth.3 
Marriage*12 June 1672 Ann Calvert married Valentine Hollingsworth Senior, son of Henry Hollingsworth and Katherine Wray Ree, on 12 June 1672 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish Of Segoe, Armagh, Ulster, Northern Ireland; ...Valentine Hollingsworth...tooke to Wife Ann (the Daughter of Thomas Calluart of Dromgorr in the parish of Sego and County of Ardmagh aforesaid, and of Jane his wife)...

Francis Robinson had goods taken for tithes in county Armagh, Ireland, 1672, and was witness to the marriage of Valentine Hollingsworth (one of the earliest settlers of New Castle county), to Ann Calvert, in Segoe parish, county Armagh, Ireland. June 12, 1672.3,4,5,6 
(Witness) Immigration10 December 1682 Ann Calvert witnessed the immigration of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior on 10 December 1682 at Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).3,7,8,9,1 
Death*17 October 1697 Ann Calvert died on 17 October 1697 at Shellpot Creek, Newark, New Castle, Delaware, at age 46.3,4,2 
Burial*after 17 October 1697 She was buried after 17 October 1697 at Old Burial Grounds, Newark, New Castle, Delaware.3,2 

Family

Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  4. [S1218] Ila Verne Toney, "Ila Verne Toney Letter."
  5. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  6. [S1293] John Woolf Jordan, Colonial families of Philadelphia.
  7. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  8. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  9. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."

Samuel Hollingsworth

M, b. 27 January 1673, d. after 30 August 1748
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Samuel Hollingsworth|b. 27 Jan 1673\nd. a 30 Aug 1748|p88.htm#i4861|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*27 January 1673 Samuel Hollingsworth was born on 27 January 1673 at Donnahlong, Down, Northern Ireland; Samuell Hollingsworth first sonn of Vallantine Hollingsworth and of Ann his wife was borne at Bellenickcrannell, aforesd, the twenty seauenth Day of the first month Anno Domi. 1673.1,2,3,4,5,6 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
(Witness) Immigration10 December 1682 Samuel Hollingsworth witnessed the immigration of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior on 10 December 1682 at Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).1,7,8,9,10 
Marriage*8 June 1701 Samuel Hollingsworth married Hannah Harlan, daughter of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck, on 8 June 1701 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.5,3,6 
(Witness) Will21 April 1714 Samuel Hollingsworth witnessed the will of George Harlan on 21 April 1714 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.11,5,12 
Will*30 August 1748 Samuel Hollingsworth left a will on 30 August 1748 at Birmingham Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.13,6 
Death*after 30 August 1748 He died after 30 August 1748 at Birmingham Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,3,13,6 
Probate*1 October 1748 His estate was probated on 1 October 1748 at Birmingham Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.13,6 

Family

Hannah Harlan b. 4 Feb 1681, d. a 20 Oct 1748
Child

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S214] William B Hollingsworth, Hollingsworth Genealogical Memoranda, 1682-1884, p. 111.
  3. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  4. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  5. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  6. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  7. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  8. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  9. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."
  10. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  11. [S501] James Henry' Lea, George Henry Lea, John Lea of Pennsylvania.
  12. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  13. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."

Enoch Hollingsworth

M, b. 7 August 1675, d. 24 October 1687
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Enoch Hollingsworth|b. 7 Aug 1675\nd. 24 Oct 1687|p88.htm#i4862|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*7 August 1675 Enoch Hollingsworth was born on 7 August 1675 at Ballyvickcrannell, Seagoe, Armagh, Ireland; Enoch Hollingsworth second son of Vallentine Hollingsworth and of Ann his wife was borne at Bellenickcrannell aforesd the seauenth Day of the sixth month Anno Domi. 1675.1,2,3,4,5 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
(Witness) Immigration10 December 1682 Enoch Hollingsworth witnessed the immigration of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior on 10 December 1682 at Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).1,6,7,8,9 
Death*24 October 1687 Enoch Hollingsworth died on 24 October 1687 at Shellpot Creek, New Castle, Delaware, at age 12.1,2,4,5 
Burial*after 24 October 1687 He was buried after 24 October 1687 at Kennett Quaker Meeting, Newark Burial Ground, New Castle, Pennsylvania.4 

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  4. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  5. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  6. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  7. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  8. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."
  9. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.

Ann Hollingsworth

F, b. 28 December 1680, d. after 26 October 1712
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Ann Hollingsworth|b. 28 Dec 1680\nd. a 26 Oct 1712|p88.htm#i4863|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*28 December 1680 Ann Hollingsworth was born on 28 December 1680 at Ballyvickcrannell, Seagoe, Armagh, Ireland; Ann Hollingsworth first Daughter of Vallantine Hollingsworth and of Ann his wife was borne at Bellenickcrannell, aforesd ye twentyeight Day of ye tenth month Anno Dom. 1680.1,2,3 
 She was the daughter of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
(Witness) Immigration10 December 1682 Ann Hollingsworth witnessed the immigration of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior on 10 December 1682 at Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).1,4,5,6,7 
Married Name30 September 1700  As of 30 September 1700,her married name was Thompson.1,2 
Marriage*30 September 1700 Ann Hollingsworth married James Thompson, son of John Thompson, on 30 September 1700 at Newark Meeting, Rockland Manor, New Castle, Delaware.1,2,8 
Death*after 26 October 1712 Ann Hollingsworth died after 26 October 1712 at Salem, New Jersey.1,2,8 

Family

James Thompson b. Oct 1675, d. b 1 Apr 1712

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  4. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  5. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  6. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."
  7. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  8. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."

John Hollingsworth1

M, b. 19 April 1684, d. 22 August 1722
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
John Hollingsworth|b. 19 Apr 1684\nd. 22 Aug 1722|p88.htm#i4864|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*19 April 1684 John Hollingsworth was born on 19 April 1684 at Shellpot Creek, New Castle, Delaware.2,1,3 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
Marriage*25 March 1706 John Hollingsworth married Katherine Katrine Tyler on 25 March 1706 at Newark Mothly Meeting, Salem, Salem, New Jersey.2,1,4,3 
Religion*1714 John Hollingsworth was Then, in the records of the Welsh Tract Baptist Meeting in New Castle County, Delaware, we find that the two of the, "John & Catherine Hollingsworth," had signed the Baptist confession of faith in 1714!
Papers of the Histrorical Society of Delaware, "Records of the Welsh Tract Baptist Meeting, Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, 1701-1828," in two parts, Part I, (1904), (Historical Society of Delaware) Pages 17-20; 22, 23-25, 27. (John, Catherine & Stephen).4 
Death*22 August 1722 He died on 22 August 1722 at Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 38.2,1,4 
Burial*after 22 August 1722 He was buried after 22 August 1722 at Old Welsh Tract Baptist Meeting House, Pencader Hundred, New Castle, Delaware.3 

Family

Katherine Katrine Tyler b. 13 Aug 1690, d. May 1755

Citations

  1. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  2. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  3. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  4. [S1226] Harry Hollingsworth, "Non-Quaker Hollingsworths."

Joseph Hollingsworth

M, b. 10 July 1686, d. circa 1732
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Joseph Hollingsworth|b. 10 Jul 1686\nd. c 1732|p88.htm#i4865|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*10 July 1686 Joseph Hollingsworth was born on 10 July 1686 at Shellpot Creek, New Castle, Delaware.1,2,3 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
Marriage*between 1708 and 1710 Joseph Hollingsworth married Elizabeth Perkins Parkins between 1708 and 1710.2 
Death*circa 1732 Joseph Hollingsworth died circa 1732 at Opeckan, Frederick, Virginia.2,3 

Family

Elizabeth Perkins Parkins b. c 1686, d. a 1733

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  3. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."

John Heald

M, b. circa 1675, d. before 13 November 1740
Father*William Heald1 b. 10 Jan 1646/47, d. 20 Oct 1677
Mother*Jane Dunbabin1 b. c 1649, d. b 9 Aug 1677
John Heald|b. c 1675\nd. b 13 Nov 1740|p88.htm#i4866|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|Thomas Heald|b. c 1620\nd. 23 Feb 1699/0|p283.htm#i16856|Elizabeth Hobson|b. 1624\nd. 10 Jul 1664|p98.htm#i5740|||||||
Birth*circa 1675 John Heald was born circa 1675 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England.1 
 He was the son of William Heald and Jane Dunbabin.1 
Marriage*1701 John Heald married Martha Foden in 1701 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England.2,1 
(Witness) Immigration1703 John Heald witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...2,1,3,4 
Will*14 August 1740 John Heald left a will on 14 August 1740 at Chester, Pennsylvania; John's will, from Abstract of Wills and Administrations, Chester Co., PA 8-14-1740, pages 185-86:
John Heald, Kennet, Yeoman
Provides for wife Martha inc use of Plantation where I live till son John is 21. To son Thomas #2. With #10 annually as my exrs shall see him have occasion of it. To son John, my plantation where I live cont 200 acres & farming implements (?__) at 21. To daus Mary Passmore, Martha Wilson #40 each. To dau Elizabeth Key 5p & use of #30 in Trust. To dau Phebe Yearsley #40. To above 4 daus. my int in a Tract of land on West of Susquehanna cont 200 acres and some houses & lotts in Newport on Christiana River - to be equally div. they paying to the 5 chil of son Thomas viz. Hannah, Susanna, Joseph, James & Lydia Heald 40; each. Exrs. wife Martha & son John - Friends Wm Lewis, Joseph Mendenhall, Robert Lewis & Thos Carleton - Trustees. Witnesses Thos McCullough, Danl McFarson, Valentine Davis.1,5 
Death*before 13 November 1740 He died before 13 November 1740 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.2,1 
Probate*13 November 1740 His estate was probated on 13 November 1740.1 

Family

Martha Foden d. 1755
Children

Citations

  1. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  4. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  6. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Martha Foden

F, d. 1755
Birth* Martha Foden was born at England. 
Married Name Her married name was Heald.1 
Marriage*1701 She married John Heald, son of William Heald and Jane Dunbabin, in 1701 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England.1,2 
Married Name30 September 1743  As of 30 September 1743,her married name was Woodward.1 
Will*28 September 1753 Martha Foden left a will on 28 September 1753 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Woodward, Martha, widow. West Bradford. (Martha Woodward Heald)
September 28, 1753 May 28, 1753
To son Thomas Heald 20 shillings. To granddaughter Martha Key best apparel. To son John Heald bed and furniture. Remainder to son John and daughter Phebe Yearsley, also executors. Letters to John Heald. Wit: Ebenezer Worth, Susanna Worth, Thomas Worth.3 
Death*1755 She died in 1755 at Bradford Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 

Family

John Heald b. c 1675, d. b 13 Nov 1740
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  3. [S1315] Jacob Martin, Wills of Chester Co, PA.
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Phoebe Heald

F, d. after 8 May 1777
Father*John Heald1 b. c 1675, d. b 13 Nov 1740
Mother*Martha Foden d. 1755
Phoebe Heald|d. a 8 May 1777|p88.htm#i4869|John Heald|b. c 1675\nd. b 13 Nov 1740|p88.htm#i4866|Martha Foden|d. 1755|p88.htm#i4867|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|||||||
 Phoebe Heald was the daughter of John Heald and Martha Foden.1 
Marriage*before 1 May 1765 Phoebe Heald married Isaac Yearsley before 1 May 1765 at Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,3,4 
Married Name19 February 1773  As of 19 February 1773,her married name was Yearsley.1 
Married Name1777  As of 1777,her married name was Osborn.1 
Death*after 8 May 1777 Phoebe Heald died after 8 May 1777. 
Married Name19 February 1793  As of 19 February 1793,her married name was Yearsley.1 

Family

Isaac Yearsley

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  3. [S1315] Jacob Martin, Wills of Chester Co, PA.
  4. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.

Thomas Heald

M, b. 20 September 1702
Father*John Heald1 b. c 1675, d. b 13 Nov 1740
Mother*Martha Foden d. 1755
Thomas Heald|b. 20 Sep 1702|p88.htm#i4870|John Heald|b. c 1675\nd. b 13 Nov 1740|p88.htm#i4866|Martha Foden|d. 1755|p88.htm#i4867|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|||||||
Birth*20 September 1702 Thomas Heald was born on 20 September 1702 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Register of Births belonging to the Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference      RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 24.2,3 
 He was the son of John Heald and Martha Foden.1 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  3. [S1286] Unknown compiler.

John Heald

M, b. 7 June 1722, d. 6 March 1800
Father*John Heald1 b. c 1675, d. b 13 Nov 1740
Mother*Martha Foden d. 1755
John Heald|b. 7 Jun 1722\nd. 6 Mar 1800|p88.htm#i4871|John Heald|b. c 1675\nd. b 13 Nov 1740|p88.htm#i4866|Martha Foden|d. 1755|p88.htm#i4867|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|||||||
Birth*7 June 1722 John Heald was born on 7 June 1722.2 
 He was the son of John Heald and Martha Foden.1 
Marriage*23 March 1744 John Heald married Elizabeth Yearsley on 23 March 1744.1,2 
Death*6 March 1800 John Heald died on 6 March 1800 at age 77.2 

Family

Elizabeth Yearsley b. 14 Nov 1720, d. 18 Aug 1763

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/

George "Jack" Haney1

M, b. 1818, d. 1865
Father*Elijah Haney2 b. 1768, d. 16 May 1850
Mother*Mary Dutch2 b. 1770, d. 5 May 1868
George "Jack" Haney|b. 1818\nd. 1865|p88.htm#i4873|Elijah Haney|b. 1768\nd. 16 May 1850|p216.htm#i13363|Mary Dutch|b. 1770\nd. 5 May 1868|p216.htm#i13364|||||||||||||
Birth*1818 George "Jack" Haney was born in 1818 at Maine.2 
 He was the son of Elijah Haney and Mary Dutch.2 
Marriage*26 April 1841 George "Jack" Haney married Ellen Helen Brant Brand, daughter of James Brant Brand and Janet Boyes, on 26 April 1841 at Quebec, Quebec, Canada.2 
Census*1861 George "Jack" Haney appeared on the census of 1861 at Whitby, Ontario, Canada; Agricultural census.3 
Census1861 He appeared on the census of 1861 at Whitby, Ontario, Canada; Name: George Haney
Gender: Male
Age: 44
Birth Year: 1817
Birthplace: Lower Canada
Marital Status: Married
Home in 1861: West Whitby, Ontario, Canada West
Religion: C Of E
Household
Members:
Name Age
George Haney 44
Hellen Haney 38
Eber Haney 20
Jesse Haney 18
Mary Haney 17
Arabella Haney 14
Horris Haney 13
Emma Haney 10
James Haney 9
Ellen Haney 6
John Haney 4
Robert Haney 4
Thomas Haney 2.4 
Death*1865 He died in 1865 at Ontario, Canada.2 

Family

Ellen Helen Brant Brand b. 1 Oct 1821, d. 26 Jan 1899
Children

Citations

  1. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  2. [S839] Keith Parsonage, 26 Jan 2011.
  3. [S1370] 1861 Census of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Roll: C-1059; Page: 58.
  4. [S1371] 1861 Census of Canada, Provo, Utah, Utah, Roll: C-1058-1059; Page: 31.

Ellen Helen Brant Brand1

F, b. 1 October 1821, d. 26 January 1899
Father*James Brant Brand b. 1799, d. 12 Aug 1872
Mother*Janet Boyes b. 1799, d. 1 Apr 1859
Ellen Helen Brant Brand|b. 1 Oct 1821\nd. 26 Jan 1899|p88.htm#i4874|James Brant Brand|b. 1799\nd. 12 Aug 1872|p291.htm#i17261|Janet Boyes|b. 1799\nd. 1 Apr 1859|p291.htm#i17262|||||||||||||
Birth*1 October 1821 Ellen Helen Brant Brand was born on 1 October 1821 at Dumfries, Dumfries-shire, Scotland.2 
 She was the daughter of James Brant Brand and Janet Boyes
Marriage*26 April 1841 Ellen Helen Brant Brand married George "Jack" Haney, son of Elijah Haney and Mary Dutch, on 26 April 1841 at Quebec, Quebec, Canada.2 
Death*26 January 1899 Ellen Helen Brant Brand died on 26 January 1899 at York, Ontario, Canada, at age 77.2 

Family

George "Jack" Haney b. 1818, d. 1865
Children

Citations

  1. [S840] Unknown compiler, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926.
  2. [S839] Keith Parsonage, 26 Jan 2011.

Orrin Nelson Hughitt

M, b. 8 February 1860, d. 2 October 1940
Father*Amos Jay Hughitt b. 26 Jul 1834, d. 24 Jan 1905
Mother*Harriet Alida Milliken b. 13 May 1832, d. 1 Nov 1923
Orrin Nelson Hughitt|b. 8 Feb 1860\nd. 2 Oct 1940|p88.htm#i4875|Amos Jay Hughitt|b. 26 Jul 1834\nd. 24 Jan 1905|p89.htm#i4884|Harriet Alida Milliken|b. 13 May 1832\nd. 1 Nov 1923|p89.htm#i4885|Orin H. Hewitt|b. 26 Feb 1805\nd. 1 May 1877|p89.htm#i4893|Harriet Wilbur|b. 10 Feb 1810\nd. 10 Jan 1872|p89.htm#i4894|Dr. Samuel Milliken|b. 19 Jun 1801\nd. 2 Aug 1834|p89.htm#i4903|Julia B. Pomeroy|b. 21 Jul 1806\nd. 1 Sep 1854|p89.htm#i4904|
Religion* Orrin Nelson Hughitt was Second Presbyterian Church of Genoa.1 
Birth*8 February 1860 He was born on 8 February 1860 at Genoa, Cayuga, New York.2 
 He was the son of Amos Jay Hughitt and Harriet Alida Milliken
(Witness) Census12 July 1860 Orrin Nelson Hughitt appeared on the census of 12 July 1860 in the household of Amos Jay Hughitt and Harriet Alida Milliken at Genoa, Cayuga, New York; Name:      Amos F Hewitt
Age in 1860:      37
Birth Year:      abt 1823
Birthplace:      New York
Home in 1860:      Genoa, Cayuga, New York
Gender:      Male
Post Office:      Sherwoods
Value of real estate:      View image
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Amos F Hewitt      37
Harriett Hewitt      28
Jane Hewitt      2
Owen Hewitt      1
Ellen Spaulding      13 (half sister of Harriet Millken Hughitt; daughter of Nathaniel Spaulding and Julia Bradley Pomeroy Milliken who was the mother of Harriet Milliken Hughitt)

Albert Brown      14 (relationship unknown)
Bridget Odaniels      18, Domestic.3 
(Witness) Census4 August 1870 Orrin Nelson Hughitt appeared on the census of 4 August 1870 in the household of Amos Jay Hughitt and Harriet Alida Milliken at Genoa, Cayuga, New York; Name:      Ann J Hewett
Birth Year:      abt 1834
Age in 1870:      36
Birthplace:      New York
Home in 1870:      Genoa, Cayuga, New York
Race:      White
Value of real estate:      $16,000
Post Office:      Sherwood
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Ann J Hewett      36
Harriett Hewett      37
Lue A Hewett      12
Orine N Hewett      10
Bestie J Hewett      8

Mike O Connell      25 farm laborer
Daniel Shesp      16 farm laborer
Lizzie Munyoing      16 domestic servant.4 
(Witness) Census15 June 1880 Orrin Nelson Hughitt appeared on the census of 15 June 1880 in the household of Amos Jay Hughitt and Harriet Alida Milliken at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan; Name:      Amos J. Hughitt
Home in 1880:      Escanaba, Delta, Michigan
Age:      46
Estimated birth year:      abt 1834
Birthplace:      New York
Relation to Head of Household:      Self (Head)
Spouse's name:      Harriet A.
Father's birthplace:      N Y
Mother's birthplace:      N Y
Neighbors:      View others on page
Occupation:      Timber Ins. R. R.
Marital Status:      Married
Race:      White
Gender:      Male

Household Members:      
Name      Age
Amos J. Hughitt      46
Harriet A. Hughitt      48
Lore A. Hughitt       22
Orin N. Hughitt      20
Herbert J. Hughitt      18.5 
Land*24 April 1884 Orrin Nelson Hughitt obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      12524
Accession/Serial Nr.:      MI2150__.391
Acres:      40
Issue Date:      4/24/1884
Land Office:      Marquette
Cancelled:      No
U.S. Reservations:      No
Mineral Reservations:      No
Authority:      April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Aliquot Parts SENW
Sec./Block 36/
Township 46-N
Range 41-W
Fract. Section No
Meridian Michigan-Toledo Strip
State MI
Counties Gogebic
                                             24 April 1884 Marquette, Michigan.6 
Marriage*29 April 1885 He married Grace Greenfield Hoagland, daughter of Josiah Yerkes Hoagland and Anna Betsey Greenfield, on 29 April 1885 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Married by Rev. J. J. Brayton of the Universalist Church.7,8 
Occupation*20 June 1900 Orrin Nelson Hughitt was Clerk at R.R. on 20 June 1900 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan.9 
Census*20 June 1900 He and Grace Greenfield Hoagland appeared on the census of 20 June 1900 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan; Name:      Orr Hugitt
[Hugett]
Home in 1900:      Enscaba Ward 2, Delta, Michigan
Age:      40
Birth Date:      Feb 1860
Birthplace:      New York
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Relationship to Head of House:      Head
Father's Birthplace:      New York
Mother's Birthplace:      New York
Spouse's name:      Grace H
Marriage Year:      1885
Marital Status:      Married
Years Married:      15
Occupation:      View on Image
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Orr Hugett      40
Grace H Hugett      35
Edith G Hugett      14
Hannah L Hugett      12
Herbert H Hugett      10
Ernst F Hugett      7

Carrie E Esler      20 (servant).9 
Census*18 April 1910 Orrin Nelson Hughitt and Grace Greenfield Hoagland appeared on the census of 18 April 1910 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan; Name:      Orin Hughett
[Orin Hughitt]
Age in 1910:      50
Estimated birth year:      abt 1860
Birthplace:      New York
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Father's Birth Place:      New York
Mother's Birth Place:      New York
Spouse's name:      Grace
Home in 1910:      Escanaba Ward 2, Delta, Michigan
Marital Status:      Married
Race:      White
Gender:      Male

Household Members:      
Name      Age
Orin Hughett      50
Grace Hughett      45
Edith Hughett      24
Anna Hughett      22
Hubert H Hughett      20
Ernest Hughett      18
Harriet Hughett      77
Hubert J Hughett      48.10 
Event-Misc*15 September 1919 Orrin Nelson Hughitt was Hughitt v. Sayen - Lawsuit brought by Orrin N. Hughitt and other co-partners as A. J. Hughitt & Sons, against Joseph E. Sayen on certain promissory notes. The jury found in favor ot the defendant. Appealed to tnhe Michigan Supreme Court that later reversed judgement, with costs to plaintiffs and a new trial granted. on 15 September 1919 at Delta, Michigan.11,12 
Census6 March 1920 He and Grace Greenfield Hoagland appeared on the census of 6 March 1920 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan; Name:      Orrin Hughitt
Home in 1920:      Escanaba Ward 2, Delta, Michigan
Age:      59
Estimated birth year:      abt 1861
Birthplace:      New York
Relation to Head of House:      Self (Head)

Spouse's name:      Grace
Father's Birth Place:      New York
Mother's Name:      Harriet
Mother's Birth Place:      New York
Marital Status:      Married
Race:      White
Sex:      Male
Home owned:      Own
Able to read:      Yes
Able to Write:      Yes

Household Members:      
Name      Age
Orrin Hughitt      59
Grace Hughitt      55
Herbert J Hughitt      57
Harriet Hughitt      87

Martha Krause      25, maid.13 
Census17 April 1930 Orrin Nelson Hughitt and Grace Greenfield Hoagland appeared on the census of 17 April 1930 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan; Name:      Oren N Hughett
Home in 1930:      Escanaba, Delta, Michigan
Age:      70
Estimated birth year:      abt 1860
Birthplace:      New York
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Spouse's name:      Grace H
Race:      White
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Oren N Hughett      70
Grace H Hughett      67.14 
Misc*13 October 1932 Orrin Nelson Hughitt was Hughitt Cedar Company, Limited
Cedar Posts, Poles, Piling,
Ties and Shingles
                          Escanaba, Mich.__Oct. 13___1932

Dear Edith
     I am enclosing a few stamps for the boys which I hope they will find a few new ones. Many are ones I put together for my boys quite a time ago, if there are any they do not want, they may be able to use them as “traders” with other boys for stamps they have not in their collections. You can see how good they are in a trade. This was the way we did when I was a boy, about a hundred years ago.

     Mother has been feeling rather bad for some time past, her head bothers her a lot. Some nights does not sleep so good and is feeling miserable. Hope she gets to feeling better soon.

     We are having nice Fall weather, but is getting a little colder as time foes on. Have had two morning with ice on water & ground frozen. Bird bath is in the basement, alcohol in the car. Took off some screens, getting ready for storm windows. I don’t suppose you have your on yet. BVDs [?] will go into the discard pretty soon. Most of the birds have left us and the coal in the bin is getting low, much to my regret. Mother stopped the ice this morning.

     Mrs. Herrs [?] is with us yet. Hope she stays with us all winter, it will be better for mother. At present she is away to Minneapolis, went in her car the first of the week, expected to be gone for about a week.

     Our leaves are all very pretty just now, lots of yellow & red, but falling fast and soon with all be on the ground (and many burned up). The new cement road to Ford River was opened about ten days ago, it is very nice and a great improvement on the old road. We drove over it about a week agao & on by the Bear Trap, Hide & home. We wished you were with us. Don’t know as we will get out again to see the trees this Fall as there has been a number of places reporting snow storms, which will make bad roads.

     I hope you are keeping well as the rest of the family. Don’t try to do too much, take care of yourself, don’t overtax your energy, it don’t pay.

With lots & lots of to you, Dave & the dear little boys -
                                             Dad

Received the letter with the paper I sent you, all right - many thanks. Now if the business will come back, it would be so nice. on 13 October 1932 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan.15 
Death*2 October 1940 He died on 2 October 1940 at Escanaba, Delta, Michigan, at age 80.16 

Family

Grace Greenfield Hoagland b. 21 Jun 1864, d. 20 Sep 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S85] Elliot Storke, Storke's History of Cayuga County N.Y., p.499.
  2. [S97] Edith Wright (Mrs. Lawrence E. Hartley) Hartley, Family Bibles and other assorted Family Records, 26.
  3. [S733] 12 Jul 1860 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 335; Image: 675.
  4. [S735] 4 Aug 1870 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 362B; Image: 735.
  5. [S736] 15 Jun3 1880 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 646C; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 0475.
  6. [S526] Land Patent http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, unknown repository.
  7. [S97] Edith Wright (Mrs. Lawrence E. Hartley) Hartley, Family Bibles and other assorted Family Records, 27.
  8. [S97] Edith Wright (Mrs. Lawrence E. Hartley) Hartley, Family Bibles and other assorted Family Records, 6.
  9. [S728] 20 Jun 1900 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 23A; Enumeration District: 35.
  10. [S729] 18 Apr 1910 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 148.
  11. [S1372] Michigan Reports, Vol. 218.
  12. [S1373] Northwestern Reporter, Volume 188.
  13. [S730] 6 Mar 1920 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 53; Image: 141.
  14. [S731] 17 Apr 1930 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 121.0.
  15. [S732] Letter, Orrin Nelson Hughitt to Edith Grace Hughitt Wright, 13 Oct 1932.
  16. [S97] Edith Wright (Mrs. Lawrence E. Hartley) Hartley, Family Bibles and other assorted Family Records, 28.
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