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Generation No. 3

     15.  Obediah3 Ferrell (James2, James1) was born Aft. 1785 in Probably Beaver Co., Pa., and died December 23, 1844 in Ashland, Ohio.  He married Sarah Lance Bef. 1806 in Probably Beaver Co., Pa., daughter of Peter Lance and Eleanor Lance.  She was born Abt. 1785, and died December 1847 in Ashland, Ohio.

Notes for Obediah Ferrell:
Obediah Ferrell appears in New Hanover Twp., Beaver Co., Pa., 1805 list of taxables as single man, farmer, no acreage.  Obiediah Ferril appears in Hanover Twp, Beaver Co., Pa., 1815 list of taxables with 50 acres, l horse, l cow.  In Taxables list for Hanover Twp., Beaver county for 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815.

Obediah Ferrell appears in Hanover Twp., Beaver Co., Pa., Census 1810 (Note:  Enumeration was returned January 25, 1811), as follows:

2 males under 10
1 male 16-25
2 females 16-25

Obediah Ferrell has been found in the 1820 Census, Milton Twp., Richland County, Ohio.  M-33, Roll No. 92, pg. 170B

5 males under 10 years
1 male 10 and under 15
1 male 26 and under 45
1 female under 10
1 female 26 and under 45


  His father-in-law, Peter Lance is to be found in the Richland County Census, Milton Twp. and one brother-in-law, Jacob Lance is found in the Milton Twp. Census.  One John Ferrell, believed to be, but not proved, is possibly Obediah's brother, also in Milton Twp. Census for 1820.

Obediah Ferrell appears in the 1830 U.S. Census for Milton Twp. Richland Co. pg. 123. Microfilm No. 0337950 as follows:  Males 1-5, one; males 5-10, two; males 10-15, two; males 15-20, two; males 20-30, one and males 40-50, one.  Females 5-10 two; females 10-15 one; females 40-50 one.

Obediah Firl appears in the 1840 Census for Milton Twp., Richland Co., Ohio as follows:

2 males 10-15
1 male 15-20
3 males 20-30
1 male 50-60
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 50-60

An obituary for his son William says that Obediah was a cooper.   (Ashland Press, September 11, 1890.)


Following is a Deed, filed in Hanover Twp., Beaver County, Pa., Vol. 6 page 424/425, dated February 3rd, 1823, recording a Division of lands amongst James Ferrell, Obediah Ferrell and William Ferrell, in accordance with the Will of their Father, James Ferrell Senior.

To all to whom these presents may concern Know ye that where as our Father James Ferrel of Hanover Township Beaver County in the State of Pennsylvania bequeathed to us the undersigned his real estate consisting of two hundred and ten acres of land with a surplush of some odd perches and allowance of six per cent to be divided in the following manner to wit.  One hundred acres to be laid off in a suitable form including his mansion house for his son William fifty acres on the North West quarter of the tract where Charles Blackmore then lived for his son James and the residue lying on the North East quarter for his son Obediah.  In pursuance of the said Will we the undersigned the said sons of the said James Ferrel deceased amicable by Verbal agreement soon after the decease of our said Father made division of the said tract designated by the following courses and distances  the line which should designate and separate our respective portions of said land Beginning at a Chestnut on William Wilsons line thence South sixty one and three fourth degrees West one hundred and eighty four perches to a bush on that side of the tract which joined Samuel McKendley dec'd. all the land South of this line to be the property of William Ferrel.  James Ferrels part to begin at the said bush thence North Sixty one and three fourth degrees East Sixty four perches to a post thence North twenty four and an half West one hundred and fifty one perches to a white oak on Samuel Conleys (now Hugh Morrisons) line all lands west of this last line within our Fathers Deed to belong to James Ferrel and the whole of the residue East of said line round to the beginning chestnut to be henceforth the property of Obediah Ferrel and now for the purpose of securing to each of the undersigned their respective purparts and to enable them and each of them respectively to occupy sell or dispose of their respective claims as herein specified we do by these presents mutually ratify the said agreement in this solemn manner.   In testimony whereof we have interchangeably set our hands and seals the twenty eighth day of January Anno Do. eighteen hundred and twenty three.

The above Diagram is a representation of the old tract and the intermediate black lines show the manner in which it is divided (all strict measure)  ( There follows a diagram of said division.  A copy of this deed, showing a diagram of the real estate, is in possession of Florence)
signed James (x) Ferrell /seal/ Obediah Ferrel /seal/ Wm. Ferrel /seal/
Signed and sealed in the presence John H. Redick, Thos. Wilcoxon.
Beaver County I do hereby certify that James Ferrel Obediah Ferrel and William Ferrel signed sealed and acknowledged this writing before me and in my presence desired the same might be recorded.  Jan 28th, 1823.  John H. Redick a Judge /seal/

By the above date Obediah Ferrell had removed to Ashland Co., Ohio where the records indicate he lived after 1815.  His home in Ohio has been located.  By quitclaim  the W1/2 of SE1/4 of Sec. 2, Twp. 25, Range 17 containing 83 acres, signed by the heirs of Obediah Ferrell,  was conveyed to his son, Obediah for the sum of $1672,  dated Feb. 27, 1851, recorded May 4, 1858.

Obediah Ferrell's will appears in Administration Records Vol. 5, Pages 28-30, Richland Co., Ohio

In the Matter of this Last Will and Testament of Obediah Ferrell Dec'd.

The Last will and testament of Obediah Ferrell was this day brought into Court and proved by the oaths of Joseph and Samuel Pollock (indecipherable)

I Obediah Ferrell senior of Milton Township, Richland County, Ohio In considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being desirous of settling my worldly affairs do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following, Principally and first of all, I commend my immortal soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent, Christian Godly (?) manner and as to such worldly estate and property wherewith it has pleased God to gift me with in this life I give and dispose of in the following manner. (?) I give to my affectionate wife Sally as long as she lives as my widow and  the whole of my property both real and personal and to be under her control and disposal and she is authorized to give when she thinks proper to my sons Jackson, Washington and Lanson a horse a piece of his own selection to place them on an equality with sons James, Peter, Obediah, William and John that has received a horse each.  And Sally my daughter is to receive as much as her sisters Betsey and Polly or what her mother thinks proper while she lives and continues my widow and I hereby nominate Obediah and John, my said sons to assist my said wife Sally in the management of the affairs of this place in my said wifes lifetime, and at her death or when she ceases to be my widow they are authorized to take the management and settlement of the Estate and to divide it or the proceeds thereof equally and justly amongst all of my children in Witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23rd day of December One thousand eight hundred and forty four.

                                                            Obediah Ferrell (x) his mark

Joseph Pollock
James Pollock

M Joseph Pollock and James Pollock witnesses to this last will and testment of Obediah Ferrell late of the County of Richmond and State of Ohio being duly Sworn in this Court depose and say that we saw said Ferrell sign said will and that in signing it does identify as his signment and in his presence and that said Ferrell was of full age and sound mind and memory and under no restraint.

Subscribed in the presence of me.  April 12, 1845 (indecipherable) E.L.Clerk

Sarah Ferrell was appointed Executrix of Obediah's Will, with a bond of $700.00 and securities recorded as John Musser and Hugh Davis.  Nicholas Masters, Joseph Pollock and James Short appointed to appraise his personal property.  Sarah died before the final accounting.  Thereafter John and Obediah Jr. were appointed Administrators of Obediah's Estate.  His personal estate was appraised on November 23rd, 1847, and in keeping with Court Order was sold in December, 1847.  
The appraisal suggests a comfortable standard of living, with six beds, bed curtains, window curtains, silver pieces, an "Ambose" Bible, 2 hymnals and other books, a clock, a lot of wool yarn, many hogs, horses, cattle, a hive of bees,  table linens, two spinning wheels, two waggons and one carriage, two fanning mills, and a 'rifle gunn,' as well as much corn, hay, oats, and 14 acres of wheat in the ground.  Obediah Jr, bought most of the goods, with Sarah also buying a considerable number of items appropriate to a widow.  Son Lance Ferrell bought the 'rifle gunn'.  Four individuals owed him notes, probably for farm goods delivered.

No final accounting or distribution of assets could be found.

According to the History of Ashland Co.,  G.W. Hill, M.D., pub. 1880, the first organized congregation of a religious society was within the present limits of Montgomery township, composed largely of the residents of Milton Twp.   This listing was under 'Presbyterian'.   It was organized by the settlers of 1815-1816 who were descendants of the Scotch-Irish, mostly from western Pennsylvania.  Among the first 43 members was Obediah Ferrell.  In 1819 a hewn log church, 35x30 feet, was erected 1 1/2 miles west of Uniontown, now Ashland, on what is now the Olivesburg Road. " They had two excellent singers, who were chosen to conduct the music.  They were stationed near the pulpit, on  a platform, where they read two lines of a psalm or hymn, and sang, and the congregation joining as the leaders proceeded to read and sing."  These services - reading and singing, and preaching - began about ten o'clock in the forenoon, and continued until about twelve o'clock, when there was a  recess, after which the services were renewed for one or two hours....  It was not uncommon at that period, for members and others to ride or walk three or four miles, along the forest paths, to attend day and evening meetings."

Notes for Sarah Lance:
For further research:  Sarah came from Independence Twp., Beaver County, Pa.  Independence Twp. is east of Hanover Twp., the home of the Ferrells in Beaver County.  There are still (year 2000) numerous families by that name in the Twp.  There is a road called Lance Ridge running through (East and West) Raccoon Creek State Park.  The 1876 Atlas of that Twp. shows 15 plats owned by members of the Lance family.   

Following is a true copy of a deed, transferring title to property in Richland County by Eleanor Lance, mother of Sarah Lance Ferrell, and relict of Peter Lance, Sarah's father, to Sarah Lance Ferrell and other siblings, heirs of Peter Lance.

Richland County Ohio Deed Book, Vol. 20 pg. 98.  Deed Date 1833, Recorded 1838 NE Qr., Sec. 13, Twp. 24, Rg 17, Acres 80.

Eleanor Lance, widow and relict of Peter Lance, dec.d Deed to Jacob Lance, Obediah Ferrell & others.  Rec'd. Nov. 26, 1838 and recorded Dec. 11, 1838.

This indenture, made this ninth day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, between Eleanor Lance, widow & relict of Peter Lance late of Milton Township, Richland County in the State of Ohio of the one part, and Jacob Lance, Obediah Ferrell & Samuel Lance all of Richland County in the State of Ohio, witnesseth, that I, the said Eleanor Lance for and in consideration of the sum of One hundred Dollars to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do hereby remiss, release and forever quit-claim unto the said Jacob Lance, Obediah Ferrell and Samuel Lance and their heirs and assigns all my right, title, claim and interest which I now have or may hold as the widow & relict of said Peter Lance dec'd. in and to the lands & real estate left by the said Peter, which right of dower that I claim in said real estate is hereby conveyed & quit-claimed to the above named persons in the following tract or parcel of land, bounded and distinguished as follows:  A certain lot of land containing about eighty acres, more or less, of that parcel of land granted by Congress for the use of schools, in the Virginia Military District of the town of Mansfield, more particularly described by being the South half of the North east quarter of section number thirteen township number twenty four in range number seventeen in Richland County in the State of Ohio, for the term of ninety nine years and renewable by paying the tax on said lot being six percent on the valuation at two dollars per acre.  I the said Eleanor forever hereby remiss, release and quit-claim unto the above mentioned persons all my claim and interest therein to them and their heirs which I now hold or can hold in said tract of such as widow and relict of the said Peter Lance, dec'd.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 9th day of April, 1833.  Signed Eleanor Lance (x) her mark.

Witnesses present - J. Foulk /?/  Conrad Adams  

See Notes under James Andrew Ferrell, Sarah's son, for additional information and disposition of this property.
Children of Obediah Ferrell and Sarah Lance are:
+     35     i.     James Andrew4 Ferrell, born November 11, 1807 in Hanover Twp. Beaver Co., Pa. Pennsylvania; died September 16, 1876 in Custar, Ohio.
+     36     ii.     William Ferrell, born June 26, 1812 in Beaver Co. Pa.; died 1880 in Ashland Co., Ohio.
+     37     iii.     John Ferrell, born May 22, 1816 in Beaver Co., Pa; died June 03, 1893 in Ashland, Ohio.
+     38     iv.     George Washington Ferrell, born January 10, 1828 in Ashland, Ohio; died March 30, 1899 in Richland Co., Ohio.
+     39     v.     Lance Ferrell, born August 19, 1829 in Milton Twp, Ohio; died July 07, 1901 in Ashland, Ohio.
     40     vi.     Sarah Ferrell, born Abt. 1824 in Ashland, Ohio; died November 21, 1874 in Ashland, Ohio.  She married Alexander McMillan March 29, 1849 in Ashland, Ohio, Vol. 1, pg. 209; born Abt. 1819 in Ohio; died September 20, 1878 in Ashland Co., Ohio.

Notes for Sarah Ferrell:
1850 Census for Butler Twp. spells the name McMullen.

Stone in Wallace Cemetery, NW 1/4 Sec. 34 SW corner CR 1009 and CR 1353 across from South Clear Creek Cemetery,  McMillen, Sarah W/O A. A. d. Nov. 21, 1874 50y 9m 10d.

More About Sarah Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, Wallace Cemetery, Ashland Co., Ohio

Notes for Alexander McMillan:
Alex McMillen was in Weller Twp., Richland Co., Ohio Census, 1850, pg. 272B. 1850 Census for Alexander McMullen and Sarah in Butler twp.

More About Alexander McMillan:
Burial: September 20, 1878, Clearcreek Cemetery (Disciples Church)

+     41     vii.     Elizabeth Ferrell, born Abt. 1818 in Milton Twp. Ashland Co., Ohio; died September 22, 1874 in Ganges, Richland Co., Ohio.
+     42     viii.     Mary Ann Ferrell, born January 15, 1820 in Ashland, Ohio; died November 12, 1898 in Galion Ohio.
+     43     ix.     Peter Ferrell, born July 1809 in Beaver Co., Pa.; died October 18, 1871 in Cass Twp. Richland Co., Ohio.
     44     x.     Jackson Ferrell, born 1817 in Richland Co., Ohio; died December 05, 1879 in Richland Co., Ohio.

Notes for Jackson Ferrell:
For further research:  There is a Jackson Ferrell who appears in a collection of lawyer's papers in the archives of West Virginia.  It has to do with a bill for transportation on the Ohio River in 1855.  The company was Donelly and sons.

Jackson Ferrell worked for the Ohio R. Company when he died of consumption on Dec. 5, 1879, at age 63.  He was single, lived in Rome, Ohio.   Record of Deaths, Vol. 1, 1867-1890. LDS Film #0,398,733, page 164, says he was a farmer by occupation.

An entry in the Final Accounting for the Estate of his brother Peter, dated August 30, 1879, show receipt of $40.00 from the Estate of J. Ferrell.  This could only be from Jackson's Estate if one of these dates is wrong.

     45     xi.     Obediah Ferrell, born Abt. 1815 in Pennsylvania; died Bef. 1876.

Notes for Obediah Ferrell:
Census for Milton Twp., Richland Co., Ohio shows him living with brother Washington Ferrell, Elizabeth (Washington's wife) and Lydia Berlin, (Washington's mother-in-law). Dob for Obediah is 1815, place is Pennsylvania.  He is a cooper.

An entry into the Final Accounting for the Estate of his brother Peter shows receipt of $413.25 on April 13, 1876, from the Estate of O. Ferrell.  If Obediah died intestate and without heirs this would be his brother's legacy according to law.  It would establish Obediah's death at before April 13, 1876.


     20.  Daniel3 Ferrell (James2, James1) was born February 07, 1774 in Maryland, and died October 11, 1855 in Jessamine Co., Ky..  He married Elizabeth Quimby November 10, 1800 in Jessamine Co., Ky., daughter of Daniel Quimby and Rachel LNU.  She was born June 04, 1780 in Pennsylvania, and died July 17, 1856 in Jessamine Co., Ky..

Notes for Daniel Ferrell:
Perrine's History of Kentucky, 1887,  in an article about his grandson, John C. Ferrell says:  "Daniel was born in Pennsylvania, came to Kentucky in an early day, and made several trips back to his old home on horseback."  He died in Jessamine County., Ky., at quite an old age."   Census says he was born in Maryland.

More About Daniel Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, on the farm in Jessamine Co., Ky.

More About Elizabeth Quimby:
Burial: Unknown, Ferrell Graveyard, Jessamine Co., Ky.
Children of Daniel Ferrell and Elizabeth Quimby are:
     46     i.     James4 Ferrell, born Abt. 1802 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died August 1845 in Ralls Co., Mo..  He married Sarah Edwards July 18, 1825 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; born Unknown; died Unknown.
     47     ii.     Rachel Ferrell, born Abt. 1805 in Kentucky; died Unknown.  She married Andrew Easley December 01, 1826 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; born December 08, 1801; died December 15, 1885.
     48     iii.     Eleanor Ferrell, born August 23, 1807 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died July 31, 1854.  She married Philip Easley December 26, 1824 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; born Abt. 1799; died December 22, 1875.
+     49     iv.     George Washington Ferrell, born October 11, 1814 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died June 28, 1877 in Jessamine Co., Ky..
     50     v.     John Ferrell, born July 26, 1818 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died May 29, 1843 in Jessamine Co., Ky..  He married Nancy W. Wade April 12, 1842 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; born Unknown; died Unknown.
     51     vi.     William Ferrell, born May 19, 1821 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died January 15, 1851 in Jessamine Co., Ky..  He married Mahala Preston January 20, 1844 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; born Unknown; died Unknown.
     52     vii.     Andrew Ferrell, born 1825 in Jessamine Co., Ky.; died Unknown.  He married Susan Blakeman September 12, 1842; born Unknown; died Unknown.


     24.  Mary3 Ferrell (James2, James1) was born Abt. 1780 in Frederick Co., Md., and died Abt. 1817 in Cortner,Athens Co., Ohio.  She married Jacob Colvin Abt. 1800 in Beaver Co., Pa..  He was born Abt. 1762 in Frederick Co., Maryland, and died October 10, 1853 in Cortner, Athens/ Vinton Co., Ohio.

Notes for Mary Ferrell:
Mary Ferrell was the second wife of Jacob Colvin, whose first wife was Mary's cousin, Mary Swearingen, daughter of Samuel Swearingen, (Eleanor Swearingen Ferrell's uncle.)  The story of Mary Swearingen Colvin's death is recorded here to clarify the history. Since both Jacob Colvin's wives were Mary there is some confusion.  Mary Swearingen Colvin's murder was alleged to be the last death of a white person at the hands of Indians in Pennsylvania.

In March, 1790 Jacob Colvin and his wife, Mary Swearingen, parents of three children, were building their home in a woods about a mile from Mary Swearingen's father's home (Samuel Swearingen) in Hanover Twp., Beaver County, Pa., not far from Mary Ferrell's father (James Ferrell).   They left the two older children in the care of father Samuel's household, but Mary had her infant (sex unknown) with her as the child  was still nursing.  In the woods they were attacked by Indians.  Mary and her infant were killed, but Jacob escaped.  Between the time of death for Mary Swearingen Colvin (1790) and his marriage to Mary Ferrell (about 1799), Jacob joined Samuel Brady's army, dedicated to ridding the area of Indians.  While thus engaged he received a serious wound, from which he suffered for the rest of his life.  He also was in the service of one Capt. Ramsey.  Note:  Samuel Brady's wife ws Drusilla Van Swearingen.

Mary Ferrell Colvin is not enumerated in Ohio census records for 1820.  It is assumed that she died between 1813, when her father James wrote his will, naming her Mary
Colvin, and 1820 when the Census was taken.

More About Mary Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, McArthur, 1st Cemetery  west of Town, Elk Twp.

Notes for Jacob Colvin:
From a letter by Marilyn Solari of Sonora California, dated July 31, 2000, Colvin family researcher.

"On 28 October, 1850, Jacob Colvin of Vinton Co., OH applied for a bounty land warrant based on his service as a private soldier in the company commanded by Capt. Samuel Brady of Indian Spies which was unattached to any regiment or battalion of which he was aware.  He said he enlisted in the company near Steubenvsvillle, OH in March of either 1793 or 1794 for the term of 1 year and was "employed principally along the Ohio River from the Mouth of the Muskingum River to George Town in the State of Pennsylvania."  That he had been in service for 3 months when on Kings Creek about 19 miles from Washington, PA, he was shot by two Indians and "badly wounded in the body so as to disable him from service and to render him a cripple and an invalid through life.  That he remained unable to perform military duty and was under treatment of the Surgeon of said Company (Dr. White) for at least six months."  As soon as his term had expired, he went to Kentucky but before he went, his Capt., Samuel Brady, died, so that he never received a written discharge.  He stated he was also a private in Capt. Ramsey's company, drafted at or near Washington, PA. about 1792 or 1793 for 3 months which he served, part of the time at the Station at Minkes Bottom in Virginia and the rest at Well Mills or Cross Creek (in PA.)  He knew of no living persons who could witness to his service." Florence's note:  Samuel Brady was married to another Swearingen, Drusilla Van Swearingen, daughter of Van Swearingen and Priscilla /?/ who died in Washington County, PA., in 1801.

More About Jacob Colvin:
Date born 2: Abt. 1762
Children of Mary Ferrell and Jacob Colvin are:
+     53     i.     Mary Jane4 Colvin, born April 03, 1802 in Ohio; died October 11, 1837 in Athens Co., OH.
+     54     ii.     Lewis Colvin, born June 18, 1804 in Athens Co., Ohio; died March 15, 1859 in Jackson Co., OH.
+     55     iii.     James Ferrell Colvin, born August 13, 1805 in Athens Co., OH; died February 02, 1858 in De Kalb Co., MO.
+     56     iv.     Elizabeth Colvin, born September 18, 1806 in Athens Co., OH; died August 28, 1884 in Athens Co., OH.
+     57     v.     Rachel Colvin, born Abt. 1800; died Bef. 1835.
+     58     vi.     Jacob S. Colvin, born March 09, 1809 in Athens Co., OH; died 1865 in Eagle Twp., Lake Co., Indiana.
+     59     vii.     William Colvin, born Abt. 1811 in Athens Co., OH; died September 1849 in Athens Co., OH.


     28.  Rebecah3 Ferrell (James2, James1) was born Abt. 1786 in Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, and died Abt. 1861 in Marion Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio.  She married Charles Blackmore Abt. 1805 in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.  He was born May 12, 1784 in Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, and died July 1865 in Marion Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio.

Notes for Rebecah Ferrell:
DOB deduced from Census of 1850, Fayette Co. OH, Marion Twp., pg. 55 shows her 64 years of age.

Notes for Charles Blackmore:
For further research:  James Ferrell's Will refers to one Charles Blackmore who is living on a portion of property belonging to James.  One Blackmore is taxed for a distillery in Beaver County tax list.

1850 Census of Fayette Co., Ohio, Marion Twp. page 55, house/family shows
Blackamore, Charles 66 M (bornPA)
Rebecca 64 F (PA)
Violet 38 F (PA)
Sarah 29 F (PA)

1840 Census of Fayette Co., OH, (was Union Co), page 13
Males: 1 btwn 10-15
1 btwn 15-20
1 btwn 20-30
1 btwn 50-60
Females: 1 btwn 10-15
1 btwn 15-16
2 btwn 20-30
1 btwn 50-60

In 1830 Census in Fayette (Wayne Twp.), and 1820 Census in Fayette (Union Twp.)

History of Fayette County, Marion Twp. Article about Nathaniel Blackmore, oldest son of Charles Blackmore and Rebecca Ferrell, states he was born in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, and came to Fayette County with his parents and has lived here since.   pg. 895 says; "The senior Blackmore was a farmer by occupation, and died in July, 1865.  ...The family removed here in 1820, landing at Washington, in the month of April.  His wife preceeded him to the grave, in about 1861.
Children of Rebecah Ferrell and Charles Blackmore are:
+     60     i.     Nathaniel4 Blackmore, born October 31, 1806; died Aft. 1881.
     61     ii.     James Blackmore, born Abt. 1808; died Unknown.
     62     iii.     Thomas Blackmore, born Abt. 1810; died Unknown.
     63     iv.     John Blackmore, born Abt. 1812; died Unknown.
     64     v.     Joseph Blackmore, born Abt. 1814; died Unknown.
     65     vi.     Charles Blackmore, born Abt. 1816; died Aft. 1881.
     66     vii.     Violette Blackmore, born Abt. 1822; died Unknown.
     67     viii.     Catherine Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
     68     ix.     Eleanor Nellie Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
     69     x.     Sarah Blackmore, born Abt. 1820; died 1914.  She married George Carr 1856 in Ohio; died Unknown.
     70     xi.     Elizabeth Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.


     29.  Rosanna3 Ferrell (John2, James1) was born Unknown in Maryland, and died February 08, 1860 in Calloway Co., Kentucky.  She married Ephraim Lewis in Iredell County, North Carolina, son of Daniel Lewis.  He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Children of Rosanna Ferrell and Ephraim Lewis are:
     71     i.     John Wesley4 Lewis, born December 18, 1819 in Iredell Co., No. Carolina; died November 12, 1890.
     72     ii.     Eli Warren Lewis, born July 18, 1821 in Iredell Co., No. Carolina; died July 10, 1883.
     73     iii.     Granville Ephraim Lewis, born April 07, 1827 in Iredell County, No, Carolina; died March 07, 1892.
     74     iv.     Elizabeth Caroline Lewis, born February 07, 1828 in Iredell Co., No. Carolina; died July 10, 1879.




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