Ferrell 4th Generation
Generation No. 4
35. James Andrew4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born November 11, 1807 in Hanover Twp. Beaver Co., Pa. Pennsylvania, and died September 16, 1876 in Custar, Ohio. He married Mary Gariss October 25, 1838 in Richland Co., Ohio Vol.3 , pg. 226, daughter of John Gariss and Susanna LNU. She was born October 27, 1819 in New Jersey, and died January 30, 1896.
Notes for James Andrew Ferrell:
First entry found dated 1828, Agricultural census. This information from Ashland County Research Aid #8, by Ashland Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Soc., Rita Bone Kopp and Thos. Sloan. 1994. Richland County not researched.
Census for Richland County, Ohio, 1840 (Ashland was created from Richland in 1850). shows James Firl between 30 and 40 years, one female, between 20 and 30 years, living in Olivesburg.
Census for Ashland County, 1850, puts his age at 41, making d.o.b. 1809
James acquired land by quitclaim from Christopher Lance and others from 3/10/1835 to 9/28/35. Sec 13, NE 1/4 Milton Twp. Sold S1/2 to Morris Howard by QC 7/4/1837 ( Deed rec'd. November 26, 1838, Recorded Nov. 26, 1838) on a lease for 99 years held by Peter Lance, as follows:
Richland County, Ohio Deed Book, Vol. 20 pg. 101 Christopher Lance and others deed to James Ferrell. Received Nov. 26, 1835, recorded Dec. 10, 1835.
Justice of the Peace for said County, Peter L. Reed, the siguer to the above deed and acknowledged that he executed said deed for the purpose therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal this 22nd day of September, A.D., 1835. /s/James Doty, Justice of the Peace.
Know all men by these presents that we, Christopher Lance & Elizabeth his wife, and John Garvis & Susan, his wife, & Elizabeth Parks, Samuel Lance & Lydia his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of One hundred Dollars to each of us paid by James Ferrell, the recipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and /?/, to give, grant, bargains, sell and forever quit-claim unto him the said James Ferrell, his heirs and assigns forever, all our rights, titles, claims, & interested demand in and to the following tract or parcel of land situate in the township of Milton in the State of Ohio, and County of Richland which said Peter Lance, late of said township did possess we here meaning hereby to convey unto him the said James Ferrell, his heirs and assigns forever all our interest in and to said land & premises. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals this 28th day of September, A.D., 1835.
Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of: Silas Robbins & A.B. Campbell.
Christopher Lance /seal/
John Garvis /seal/
Obediah Ferrell /seal/
Sarah Ferrell ( herXmark) /seal/
Elizabeth Parks (herXmark) /seal/
Samuel Lance (hisXmark) /seal/
The State of Ohio, Richland County, es. Be it remembered, that on third 28th day of September, A.D. 1835, before me personally came, Christopher Lance, John Garvis, Obediah Ferrell and Sarah, his wife, and Elizabeth Parks, Samuel Lance and acknowledged the within instrument to be their free act and deed for the purposes therein expressed. And the said Sarah, being by me examined apart from her said husband, and the contents of said deed being by made made known to them, acknowledged that of her own free will they executed said deed without the threats or compulsion of their said husbands. Given under my hand and seal the day and date first above written. Silas Robbins /seal/ Justice of the Peace.
Peter Reed, probably son of Sarah Lance's deceased sister Mary, signed a QuitClaim Deed on September 22, 1836, giving up his rights to the parcel of land above.
Note: David Parks, spouse of Elizabeth Lance, was deceased by 1837.
Jacob Lance sold his interest, as heir-at-law, to the parcel of land, above, to Francis Graham, for the sum of $90.00 on December 10, 1835.
James Ferrell and wife Mary signed QC to Obediah Ferrell (his brother) for his portion of the estate of his father, Obediah Ferrell, on 2/27/1851.
He sold land to A &Gt W. RR Co. on 2/15/1855, and sold land to Holmes Link on 4/24/1856. Last entry for Ashland Co. Probably moved to Wood County at this time.
Notes for Mary Gariss:
Census for Ashland County, 1850 puts her age 31, making her d.o.b. 1819.
She may be grand daughter of Peter Lance and Eleanor, his wife. Mother is Susan Lance, father is John Gariss. (Garvis). Records describe her as Gariss and Garess. Deeds for James Ferrell's land describe Susannah Lance's husband as John Garvis. May be the same individual, making Mary Gariss (Garvis) and James Ferrell first cousins.
Second daughter was named Susan Sarah Ferrell (for both grandmothers).
Children of James Ferrell and Mary Gariss are:
75 i. Francis H.5 Ferrell, born April 20, 1842 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died August 09, 1886. She married Warren Whitney; died Unknown.
Notes for Francis H. Ferrell:
Lived near Custar, Ohio
76 ii. Susan Sarah Ferrell, born September 04, 1844 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died January 11, 1914. She married Augustus Johnson; born May 03, 1844; died November 22, 1883.
Notes for Susan Sarah Ferrell:
Lived near Custar, Ohio
+ 77 iii. Orlando Ferrell, born December 03, 1846 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died August 25, 1928.
78 iv. Elizabeth Ferrell, born February 04, 1849 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died December 20, 1918. She married Miles Judson; born June 18, 1844; died April 19, 1926.
Notes for Miles Judson:
Was a soldier in the Civil War. Was in Ill health after that, and lived in the Soldiers Home at Sandusky.
36. William4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born June 26, 1812 in Beaver Co. Pa., and died 1880 in Ashland Co., Ohio. He married Mary Ann Huffman April 18, 1844 in Richland Co., Ohio Vol. 4, pg. 223, daughter of Daniel Huffman and Natalie Holmes. She was born 1821 in Ashland, Ohio, and died 1907 in Ashland, Ohio.
Notes for William Ferrell:
From History of Ashland County, Ohio by George William Hill, M.D., published by Williams Brothers, 1880: William Ferrell, son of Obediah Ferrell, was born in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, in 1812. He came to what is now Ashland county, with his parents in August, 1816. On April 18, 1844, he was married to Mary Huffman, a daughter of an old pioneer family. To them have been born eleven children, six sons and five daughters. One daughter died in infancy, and Obediah on February 15, 1868, at the age of twelve. All are settled in life, except Daniel, George W., Lilly and Lewis, who live with their parents on the old homestead. Mr. Ferrell is a prominent citizen of Ashland county, and is honored and respected by all who know him.
Census, below contradicts this biography, as he would have been born in 1820, and therefore not in Ashland, but in Beaver County, Pa. Tombstone corroborates Ashland County biography.
Tombstone says 1812 - William - 1890, 1821 - Mary - 1907, 1855 - Hulbert - 1869. Picture does not identify cemetery.
Ashland County Census, M593|1169 p.579A 1870 shows William Ferrell as age 50, which would make his dob 1820. dates for Children are extrapolated from Census. He would have been 58.
There is a Hulbert Ferrell buried with William and Mary, and Lewis. His dates are 1855-1869.
NOTE: Names and dates of birth of children need verification. There is conflicting information from various sources.
A source says William and Mary Ann are buried in Savannah Cemetery. Another source says Vermillion Cemetery. Needs verification.
William's farm was called "Prospect". Found in Range 17, Twp. 25, Sec. 22.
Ashland Press, September 11, 1890 "William Ferrell was born in Beaver County, Pa., June 26, 1812; died June 29, 1890.
"The deceased was married to Miss Mary Huffman, second daughter of Daniel Huffman, Apr. 18, 1844, to them were born 11 children; two have passed over to the other shore." Wm. Ferrell's father came to Ashland (then Richland) Co. in 1816, locating 3 1/2 miles northwet of Ashland (then known as Uniontown) in Milton Twp. Wm. was the son of Obediah Ferrell; the old homestead is known as the Wells farm, near what is called "Nelson's school house." Worked with his father and brother Peter at the cooper trade until 1844 when he married. Left all to his wife. Member M.E. Church. "Mrs. Mary Ferrell lives on the present homestead, in Clear Creek township..." He is a democrat.
More About William Ferrell:
Fact 1: 1890, Savannah Cemetery, Ashland, Ohio
More About Mary Ann Huffman:
Fact 1: 1907, Savannah Cemetery, Savannah, Ashland, Ohio
Children of William Ferrell and Mary Huffman are:
+ 79 i. Daniel5 Ferrell, born 1851 in Ashland, Ohio; died Unknown.
80 ii. George W. Ferrell, born 1858 in Ashland, Ohio; died Unknown.
+ 81 iii. Lilly Ferrell, born 1863 in Ashland, Ohio; died Unknown.
+ 82 iv. Lewis E. Ferrell, born 1864 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died 1929 in Ashland, Ohio.
83 v. Obediah Hulbert Ferrell, born 1855 in Ashland, Ohio; died 1869 in Ashland Co., Ohio.
Notes for Obediah Hulbert Ferrell:
Biography of father William says Obediah Hulbert died at the age of 12. Tombstone says 1855-1869.
More About Obediah Hulbert Ferrell:
Date born 2: 1856, Ashland, Ohio
Died 2: February 15, 1868, Ashland, Ohio
84 vi. Alonzo Ferrell, born 1849 in Ashland, Ohio; died Unknown.
Notes for Alonzo Ferrell:
Was living in Harveyville, Kansas at the decease of his brother Lance M. Ferrell, in 1903 (see Notes: obit for Lance M. Ferrell.)
85 vii. Jacob Daniel Ferrell, born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 86 viii. Lance M. Ferrell, born November 08, 1848 in Ashland County, Ohio; died July 24, 1903 in Harveyville, Kansas.
87 ix. Nacky E. Ferrell, born Unknown; died Unknown.
Notes for Nacky E. Ferrell:
possible married Asa Elson, of Harveyville, Kansas To be verified.
+ 88 x. Hulda S. Ferrell, born July 21, 1859 in Clear Creek Twp. Ashland Co., Ohio; died December 13, 1937 in Savannah, Ashland Co., Ohio.
+ 89 xi. Almira Ferrell, born 1853 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died February 21, 1934 in Adario, Ashland Co., Ohio.
37. John4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born May 22, 1816 in Beaver Co., Pa, and died June 03, 1893 in Ashland, Ohio. He married Eliza Gries September 12, 1850 in Richland Co., Ohio, Vol. 5, pg. 229, daughter of Jacob Gries and Catherine Kaiser. She was born June 11, 1826 in Womelsdorf, Pa, and died January 01, 1913 in Ashland, Ohio.
Notes for John Ferrell:
From a History of Ashland County, Ohio, George William Hill, M.D. Pub. Williams Books, 1880. "John Ferrell, son of Obediah, was born in Beaver county, Pennsylvania, in 1816. When he was but three months old, his father moved to Ohio and settled in Ashland county, three miles northwest of Ashland, on a farm adjoining Mr. Burgett. They commenced life in a log cabin, he remaining with his parents until the death of his father in 1844; his mother lived three years longer and died in 1847. The subject of this sketch was married in 1850, to Eliza Gries, by whom he had five sons and five daughters. Mr. Ferrell now resides in Clearcreek township, with his family around him, enjoying the reward that energy and industry are sure to bring." Note: in an article about Mr. George Burgett from the same book, cited above, Mr. Burgett's cabin was noticed as the first, lone cabin, which made up the town of Uniontown as it was called. So dense was the forest they were compelled to cut a way for the teams. Mr. Burgett was from Washington County, Pa., and went to Ashland County in 1813, three years before John Ferrell's father, Obediah.
From Ashland Press, Ashland Ohio, Thursday, June 8, 1893. Front Page: " Death of John Ferrell. John Ferrell departed this life last Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at his home on Center street, after an illness dating from Wednesday, since which time he lay in an almost insensible condition. The cause of Mr. Ferrell's death was Brights' disease, originating two years ago when he was afflicted with the grippe, since then he has been in ill health, but after all his last illness was short and his death was sudden.
Mr. Ferrell was a native of Pennsylvania, his birth occurring in Beaver county in 1816. He reached the advanced age of 77 before his death and spent only three months of those years in his native state. He moved to Ashland county with his father in 1816, and lived with his parents until his father's death in 1844. In 1850 he married Miss Eliza Gries, who still survives him, and whose brother, J.R. Gries, and wife of California, were here to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell were the parents of ten children, seven of whom are living, viz., George, of Waukegan, Ill. Loren and Retta, of Utica Kan., Clara and Mary, who recently moved to Chicago, Irvin, of Salineville, O., and Mrs. Eva Mowery, of Ashland. The deceased was a brother of Lance Ferrell, of this place.
The deceased was a quiet, unoffensive, industrious citizen. By honest methods and hard work he accumulated considerable property and about ten years ago moved to Ashland from Clear Creek township to live the life of a retired farmer. He was held in high esteem by his former Clear Creek neighbors, many of whom were in attendance at his funeral. The services were held at the deceased's late residence Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Rev. D.B. Duncan, of the Presbyterian church, spoke comforting words to the mourning family, and was listened to by many friends of the deceased."
Ohio Gazette, Tuesday, June 6, 1893. "The funeral of John Ferrell who died on last Saturday took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late residence on Center Street. Rev. D.B.Doncan conducted the services."
Same issue: "George Ferrel, who resides near Chicago, and his sister Mary, who has been with Secretary W. T. Alberson for the past year, are in town, having come to attend the funeral of their father, John Ferrel."
Ashland Press, January 8, 1893 "A telegram was received at the Ohio building last evening announcing the death at Ashland of the venerable John Ferrel, a well known democrat. Mr. Ferrel's daughter, Miss Mary, is the stenographer of the Ohio board of World's Fair managers. She was called to her home in Ashland Thursday by a telegram stating that her father was dangerously sick.. (Chicago special to Plain Dealer.
He was appointed a Grand Juror for November Term, 1879, for Clear Creek Twp. Ashland Press, 23 October, 1879, Vol. XXXIV, No. 14
John's farm was called "Fountain Farm". Found in Range 17, Twp. 25, Sec. 33. He is listed as a grain and livestock raiser in 1874 Business Directory, Ashland County, Ohio. There is a sketch of "Fountain Farm" included in Caldwell's Atlas, dated 1874.
The following Deed, recording the purchase of land later occupied by the farm of John is found in Beaver Co., Pa., Deed book /?/, page 488. Note that the land cited is in Section 32, Range 17 Twp. 25. and is 1/4 section, NE 1/4. The Atlas shows Sec. 33, NW 1/4, some 40 acres. It is believed that the division of Clear Creek and Blooming Grove Twps., split John Ferrell's land right through the middle, leaving some in Clear Creek, and some in Blooming Grove Twp., some in Ashland Co., some in Richland Co.
John Lockhart & wife Deed To William Ferrell, Obediah Ferrell & John Ferrell, Received and Recorded Dec. 15th, 1846. Know all men That we John Lockhart and Margaret his wife of the County of Beaver and State of Pennsylvania in consideration of the sum of One Thousand & Three hundred dollars, to us in hand paid by William Ferrell Obediah Ferrell and John Ferrell of the County of Richland and State of Ohio, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do hereby bargain, sell and convey, and by these presents have bargained, sold, and conveyed to the said William Ferrell Obediah Ferrell & John Ferrell (their) heirs and assigns forever, the following Real Estate, situate in the Township of Clearcreek in the County of Richland and the State of Ohio and is known and described as the North East Quarter of Section number (32) Thirty two, Township Twenty five of Range number (17) Seventeen together with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging: To have and to hold the same to the said William Ferrell Obediah Ferrell & John Ferrell their heirs and assigns forever. Hereby covenanting that the title so conveyed is clear, free, and unincumbered: and that they will warrant and defend the same against all claims whatsoever. In Witness hereof the said John Lockhart & Margaret his wife hereunto set their hands and seals this Seventh day of August in the year eighteen hundred and Forty five. /s/ John Lockhart, Margaret Lockhart (her mark).
According to his obituary he moved from his farm to Ashland City about 1883, where he built a large home on 20 acres at the intersection of Center Avenue (Loudenville Road), and Ferrell Avenues. A note on the back of a picture taken by Grand daughter Evelyn Garner who was in the house about 1928 says the house had 6 rooms and pantry on the ground floor, 12 rooms upstairs, 2 stairways, brick foundation, and cellar walls of stone. The home is known to have elegant and irreplaceable woodwork throughout. Some time after the death of Eliza Gries Ferrell, in 1913, her daughter Mary Priscilla and son-in-law Harry Winbigler bought the property from the Ferrell Estate and subdivided it into its present form, being called 'Ferrell Orchards'. Today the home shows the results of good maintenance for more than 100 years, and has been designated part of an historic district by the City of Ashland. Its address today (year 2000) is 831 Center Street, Ashland, OH
No will or administration of estate records have been found for John or Eliza Gries Ferrell.
More About John Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, Ashland City Cemetery
Cause of Death: Brights Disease
Notes for Eliza Gries:
Eliza was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ashland from April 24, 1887 until her death.
Ashland Press, November 19, 189996 "Mrs. John Ferrell returned last Thursday from a visit with her children in Kansas."
From Ashland Press, Ashland, Ohio, September 15, 1909, page 5 column 6
Mrs. Ferrel, mother of Mrs. H. J. Winbigler, with whom she resides at the Ferrel homestead on South Center Street, met with a serious accident last Tuesday.
As she was about to descend the stairs she slipped in some manner and fell the full length of the stairs, sustaining severe bruises. Fortunately no bones were broken. Mrs. Ferrel is over eighty years of age and has suffered two strokes of paralysis. It is thought likely that she became dizzy as she looked down the stairs and so lost her balance and fell.
Mrs. Ferrel was unconscious for two days and is still confined to her bed in a serious condition. Mrs. Ferrell's advanced age renders her injuries the more serious.
A week later, as recorded in the Ashland Press, below, her son Lorin came from Kansas to see her for a last visit. She lived four more years, but Lorin died soon after his return to Kansas.
From the Ashland Press, Ashland Ohio, September 22, 1909, page 4, column 6
Mr. and Mrs. Lon (sic) Ferrell, of Kansas, who left Ohio 30 years ago, spent several days last week at the home of Jeff Claberg. A number of his old friends and neighbors gathered in to see him as he is quite ill with tuberculosis.
From the Ashland Press, Ashland Ohio, October 20, 1909, page 4 column 3
Lorin Ferrel, of Kansas, who visited here about a month ago, died at his home Wednesday with tuberculosis.
She is listed as Mrs. Elizabeth Ferrell, living at 831 Center Avenue, in the Ashland City Directory, 1911.
Obituary from The Ashland Times and Gazette, Wednesday, 15 January, 1913, p. 19
FERRELL, Mrs. Elizabeth Gries, relict of John Ferrrell who died June, 1893, died Wednesday at home of daughter Mr. H.J. Winbigler of 831 Center St., 85y 6m 27d, buried Ashland Cemetery, born Reading PA 11 June 1827, lived Ashland about 27 years, 7 children: 6 survive George W. of Waukegan IL, Mrs. J.B. Garner of Scott City KS, Irving of Massillon, Clara, Mrs. Winbigler and Mrs. H.A. Mowery all of Ashland, one of 10: G.W. Gries of Tiffin survives
Ashland Ohio Press, January 15, 1913. "Mrs. Elizabeth Gries Ferrell, widow of the late John Ferrell, passed away Wednesday afternoon, January 8, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H.J. Winbigler, 831 Center Street, aged 85 years, 6 months, and 28 days, having been born in Reading, Pa., June 11, 1827. Ashland had been her home for nearly 27 years. Mrs. Ferrell is survived by two sons, George W. Ferrell, of Waukegan, Ill., and Irving Ferrell, of Massillon, and four daughters, Mr. J.B. Garver (sic) of Scott City, Kas.; Miss Clara Ferrell, Mrs. H.J. Winbigler, and Mrs. H.A. Mowrey, all of Ashland. One brother, G.W. Gries, of Tiffin, the last of a family of ten children, still survives. Mr. Ferrell died in June, 1893." Rev. Wm. E. Bryce, Presbyterian.
More About Eliza Gries:
Burial: January 11, 1913, Ashland City Cemetery
Marriage Notes for John Ferrell and Eliza Gries:
Marriage license issued Sept. 7, 1850, pg. 291, Ashland Co. Ohio, William Higgenbotm. Clerk. Marriage certificate Sept. 12, 1850, performed Richland County by Adam Stump. indecipherable C.D.M., pg. 209
Children of John Ferrell and Eliza Gries are:
+ 90 i. Lorin5 Ferrell, born December 25, 1851 in Adario?, Richland Co., Ohio; died October 14, 1909 in Utica, Kansas.
+ 91 ii. George Ferrell, born September 28, 1853 in Wellington, Ohio, USA; died March 27, 1964 in Amherst, Lorain Co., Ohio.
+ 92 iii. Loretta Catherine Ferrell, born January 08, 1856 in Ashland, Ohio; died November 11, 1947.
93 iv. Clara Rebecca Ferrell, born July 12, 1860 in Ashland, Ohio; died April 04, 1921 in Ashland, Ohio , buried beside her parents Ashland City Cemetery.
Notes for Clara Rebecca Ferrell:
She is recorded in the 1920 Ashland County Census, living with her sister Mary Winbigler and her husband Harry J. Winbigler, listed as his sister-in-law, in Montgomery Twp. She is 55 years old, and is a milliner.
Never married. Stone in Ashland Cemetery says "Clara Rebecca d. April 4, 1921 60 y".
94 v. Willard Ferrell, born 1861 in Ashland, Ohio; died 1863 in Ashland, Ohio.
+ 95 vi. Mary Priscilla Ferrell, born November 08, 1866 in Ashland County, Ohio; died Aft. 1930.
+ 96 vii. Jemima Evalyn Ferrell, born December 06, 1868 in Ohio; died Unknown.
+ 97 viii. Washington Irving Ferrell, born February 03, 1872 in Ashland, Ohio; died May 23, 1936 in Massillon, Ohio.
98 ix. Infant Willie Ferrell, born April 28, 1858; died Unknown.
99 x. Infant daughter Ferrell, born March 07, 1859; died Unknown.
100 xi. Infant William Ferrell, born October 07, 1865; died Unknown.
38. George Washington4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born January 10, 1828 in Ashland, Ohio, and died March 30, 1899 in Richland Co., Ohio. He married Elizabeth Berlin April 18, 1850 in Ashland, Ohio Vol. 2, pg. 91. She was born March 08, 1829 in Pennsylvania, and died September 09, 1909 in Richland Co., Ohio.
Notes for George Washington Ferrell:
Buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Blooming Grove Twp., Richland County, Ohio.
From History of Richland Co., Ohio, by A.A. Graham, 1880, pg. 751. 'Was born in Ashland Co., then Richland, in Milton Twp, Jan 10, 1828, where he resided until the year 1864, when he removed to this township, and where he has since resided; Mr. Ferrell is a cooper by trade, and he followed that as his vocation together with that of farming, until the last eight years; since then he pays all his attention to farming and dealing in stock. In the year 1850, April 18, he was married to Miss Elizabeth Martin; they have had six children, all of whom are still living, and named Irvin S., Austin M., Arthur W., Alberda E., Adolphus S. and Adella R., four of whom are now married. Mr. Ferrell has from time to time held offices of trust in his township, and is now Treasurer of the township; Mr. Ferrell has, by good management and strict attention to business, made for himself and family a good home, while himself and family have the regards of all where they reside.'
He farmed 80 acres, n1/2 of N.E. 1/4, Sec. 20 Twp. 23, Range 18, Blooming Grove Twp., north of Rome, Ohio.
From Centennial Biographical History of Richland County........"was born in Ashland county of the 10th of January, 1828, the (father) of our subject having emigrated from Pennsylvania at an early epoch in the development of the Buckeye state, taking up his abode in what was then Richland county but is now a part of Ashland county. On the homestead farm which was there developed George W. Ferrell was reared to manhood amid the wild scenes of the frontier, experiencing with the family all the hardships and trials of pioneer life. He married Miss Elizabeth Berlin and then began farming on his own acccount, renting a tract of land from his brother, Obadiah Ferrell. On that farm all his children were born and he made the place his home until 1864, when he purchased what is now known as the Ferrell farm, in Richland county, removing with the family to the new home. He was an active members of the Lutheran church from his early years, and in his political faith was a Democrat. For several terms he served in the offices of treasurer and trustee of his township, and labored earnestly to promote the welfare of the community."
More About George Washington Ferrell:
Cause of Death: stroke with paralysis
Notes for Elizabeth Berlin:
Buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Blooming Grove Twp., Richland, Ohio. She was born in Pennsylvania. Her father died during her early girlhood and her mother removed with her family to Ohio, locating in Ashland county, where Mrs. Ferrell was married.
She is called Elizabeth Morton on marriage license.
Children of George Ferrell and Elizabeth Berlin are:
+ 101 i. Irene Isabella5 Ferrell, born January 17, 1851 in Ashland, Ohio; died November 16, 1937 in Richwood, Union Co., Ohio.
+ 102 ii. Austin M. Ferrell, born August 13, 1852 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died November 29, 1920 in Richland Co., Ohio.
103 iii. Arthur W. Ferrell, born 1855 in Richland Co., Ohio; died 1928 in Blooming Grove Twp. Richland Co., Ohio. He married Rebecca A. Hunter; born 1857 in Richland Co., Ohio; died 1944 in Blooming Grove Twp. Richland Co., Ohio.
Notes for Arthur W. Ferrell:
Buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Blooming Grove Twp., Richland Co., Ohio
Notes for Rebecca A. Hunter:
Buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Blooming Grove Twp., Richand, Ohio
+ 104 iv. Alverda E. Ferrell, born Abt. 1856 in Ashland, Co., Ohio; died Unknown.
105 v. Adelphus Ferrell, born Abt. 1860; died Unknown.
Notes for Adelphus Ferrell:
Lived in Franklin township, Richland Co., Ohio. was an agriculturalist.
106 vi. Ardella Ferrell, born Abt. 1862 in Ashland, Ohio; died Unknown in Cass Twp. Richland Co., Ohio. She married George Lautermilch; died Unknown.
Notes for George Lautermilch:
Followed farming and operated a threshing machine in Cass twp., Richland County, Ohio
39. Lance4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born August 19, 1829 in Milton Twp, Ohio, and died July 07, 1901 in Ashland, Ohio. He married Susannah Nelson October 18, 1849 in Ashland, Ohio, Vol. 1, pg. 255, daughter of Benjamin Nelson and Hannah Hendrick. She was born May 07, 1831 in Northampton Co., Pennsylvania, and died December 09, 1903 in Ashland, Ohio.
Notes for Lance Ferrell:
a.k.a Lantz Ferrell, a.k.a. Lance Ferrell a.k.a. Alanson Ferrell
From History of Ashland County, Ohio by George William Hill, M.D., published by Williams Publishing Co., 1880: Lance Ferrell is a native of Milton township, and was born August 19, 1829. August 20, 1849, he was married to Susan Nelson, daughter of a pioneer family of Ashland County. To them were born eight children, seven daughters and one son: Sarah E., who was born September 14, 1850, and died in early womanhood, four years after her marriage to Amos Jameson; Laura A., born September 7, 1853; Ella E., born January 14, 1856; Forrest A., born May 20, 1859, died April 4, 1863; Nettie A., born February 28, 1861, died March 26, 1862, Cora B., born July 8, 1864; Minnie E., born November 30, 1866; and Zettie, born January 24, 1871. Mr. Ferrell lives on what is called the Short farm, near the old homestead. Both himself and wife are members of the Lutheran church.
Lance Ferrell had 120 acres, called Grand View in the 1874 Atlas of Milton Two., Ashland Co.
From Ashland Press, Wednesday, July 10, 1901. Front Page
Lance Ferrell was ill some over a week. A post-mortem was also held in his case, and his intestines were found to be in a knot. It was conducted by his physician, Dr. Fridline, and Dr. Ash.
Mr. Ferrell was a citizen of this vicinity all his life and was well known to a large number of people. He was a devoted father and husband, and in his family he will be missed especially.
Mr. Ferrell was born in Milton township Aug. 19, 1829. Just 20 years later he married Susan Nelson. To them were born eight children, but only Mrs. Ferrell and one daughter, Zettie, wife of Harvey Heifner, survive Mr. Ferrell. Mr. Ferrell lived for many years on his farm in Milton township until he moved to Ashland. Since then he has been engaged in buying and selling horses, he being a splendid judge of horses. He joined the Lutheran church many years ago. His pastor, Rev. A.H. Smith conducted the funeral services at the home Tuesday at 2 o'clock, when many neighbors gathered to pay their last respects.
Florence's Note: Lance Ferrell's only son Forrest died in 1863. He would have no descendants bearing the Ferrell surname.
More About Lance Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, City Cemetery, Ashland, Ohio
Notes for Susannah Nelson:
Information on Susan Nelson's family taken from L.D.S. files, submitted by William Robert Wetsel of Parma, Ohio. Not independently verified.
Ashland Press, December 16, 1903 "Susan Nelson Ferrel was born in Northampton county, PA., May 7, 1831. Early in life she came to Ohio with her parents who were among the early pioneer settlers of Ashland county. August 20, 1849, she was married to Lance Ferrell. Eight children were born to them, seven daughters, Sarah, Laura, Ella, Nettie, Cora, Winnie and Zettie, and one son, Forrest. All are dead except one daughter, Mrs. Harvey Heifner, who lives on the corner of Walnut street and Claremont avenue. Mrs. Hannah Urie, of Milton Township, is a sister of the deceased. Mrs. Ferrell was a member of the Lutheran Church forty-one years. She died at her home in South Ashland, Wednesday, December 7, 1903, aged 72 years, 7 months, and 2 days. Funeral services were held Friday, in charge of Rev. A.H. Smith of Trinity Lutheran Church.
The husband, Lance Ferrell, died two years ago, fifty-two years after their marriage. A remarkable coincidence in connection with the death of Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell is that they both died at exactly the same hour of the day--2:15 p.m."
More About Susannah Nelson:
Burial: Unknown, City Cemetery, Ashland, Ohio
Children of Lance Ferrell and Susannah Nelson are:
107 i. Sarah E.5 Ferrell, born September 14, 1850 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died Bef. 1901. She married Amos Jameson Abt. 1870; born 1846; died 1908.
Notes for Sarah E. Ferrell:
Could this Sarah E. Ferrell be the wife who is buried beside Amos F. Jameson in Ashland City Cemetery, as w/o A.F. Jameson, died 1874, age 24 years. Name says "Dottie E"? There is another wife, Addie, born 1856, died 1902, also a wife to A.F. Jameson in the same plot.
108 ii. Laura A. Ferrell, born September 07, 1853 in Ashland co., Ohio; died Bef. 1901.
109 iii. Ella E. Ferrell, born January 14, 1856 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died June 22, 1863 in Ashland, Ohio,Ashland City Cemetery.
110 iv. Forrest A. Ferrell, born May 20, 1859 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died April 04, 1863 in Ashland Co., Ohio, Ashland City Cemetery.
111 v. Nettie A. Ferrell, born February 28, 1861 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died March 26, 1863 in Ashland Co., Ohio, Ashland City Cemetery.
112 vi. Cora B. Ferrell, born July 08, 1864 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died Bef. 1901.
113 vii. Winnie E. Ferrell, born November 30, 1866 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died December 16, 1884 in Ashland Co., Ohio, Ashland City Cemetery.
Notes for Winnie E. Ferrell:
From Ashland Ohio Press, 18 Dec., 1884
"Miss Winnie Ferrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lance Ferrill, died yesterday at the home of her parents on West Walnut Street. Her disease was consumption. She was 18 years of age."
114 viii. Zettie Ferrell, born January 24, 1871 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died Unknown. She married Harvey Heifner; born Unknown; died Unknown.
Notes for Zettie Ferrell:
There is a Harvey Heifner in Nankin Orange Cemetery - dates are January 18, 1896-February 21, 1906. Could be a son of Harvey and Zettie Ferrell Heifner.
41. Elizabeth4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born Abt. 1818 in Milton Twp. Ashland Co., Ohio, and died September 22, 1874 in Ganges, Richland Co., Ohio. She married Isaac J. Taylor October 07, 1837 in Richland Co., Ohio, Vol. 3., pg. 171. He was born Unknown, and died Bef. February 1851.
Notes for Elizabeth Ferrell:
It is possible that Isaac Taylor died before February 27th, 1851. Elizabeth Taylor alone signed QC deed to Obediah Ferrell (Jr.) for her share of inheritance,( probate 1851-1858). At this time she was living in Sandusky County, and signed on the same day as her sister Mary Ann Huffman. Recorded and filed, 1858.
Possibly additional children.
Film with record of Deaths at Mansfield, Richland Co., Genealogical Society says " Taylor, Elizabeth, d. 22 Sep 1874, r. Bloominggrove Twp., 85 yr. 1 mo. 12 da., widowed, d. Ganges OH, b. Pa, housekeeping, congestion of the lungs. If this is her record she was born 1789? not likely
Notes for Isaac J. Taylor:
Probably went to California for the goldrush, along with Adam Gries, Eli Cline (husband of Mary Ann Gries), Jacob Kaiser Gries, (who later married Elizabeth Tourbett Foulkes, wife of another Cline who went to California), John Gries (who returned to Ohio), andGeorge (Washington)Gries. His wife, Elizabeth Ferrell Taylor signed alone on QC deed to Obediah Ferrell, Elizabeth's brother, on February 27th, 1851.
He may be buried in the Olivesburg/Mt, Olivet Cemetery, along with a Mary Taylor, said to be daughter of I & E Taylor
Children of Elizabeth Ferrell and Isaac Taylor are:
115 i. George5 Taylor, born 1849; died Unknown.
116 ii. Lewis Taylor, born 1845; died February 23, 1863.
Notes for Lewis Taylor:
Buried in City Cemetery, Ashland, Ohio, beside a Winne E. Ferrell (his cousin, child of Lanson Ferrell and Susan Nelson) Lewis was 17 years, 10months, l6 days, Served in Co. H 42nd Reg. OVI
More About Lewis Taylor:
Military Serv.: Civil War
42. Mary Ann4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born January 15, 1820 in Ashland, Ohio, and died November 12, 1898 in Galion Ohio. She married Benjamin C. Huffman January 03, 1843 in Richland Co., Ohio, Vol. 4, pg. 128, son of Daniel Huffman and Natalie Holmes. He was born 1816 in Pennsylvania, and died 1871 in Ashland Co., Ohio.
Notes for Mary Ann Ferrell:
She is called "Polly" in her father's Will.
Mary Ann's gravestone is listed under "Huffman" and reads Mary Ann Ferrell, wife of Benjamin C., died 1891, age 76 years. According to her Will (see below) her date of death was 1898. According to a descendant she was living with her son, Obediah Layton Huffman of Galion, Crawford Co., Ohio at the time of her death.
Obituary from Ashland Press dated November 16, 1898: Mrs. Mary Ann Huffman died last Saturday night at the home of her son, Dr. O.L. Huffman, in Galion, and was buried here Tuesday. She was born in this county January 15, 1820, and leaves five sons and two daughters.
According to a descendant her will stated that she resided in Polk Twp. and died on Nov. 12, 1898. Her heirs were: Sarah E. Overmyer, Rollersville, Ohio; Daniel, Mt. Myr, Iowa; Rowena Patterson, Mt. Ayr, Iowa; William O., Savannah, Ohio; B.F., Norwalk, Ohio, G.W. Defiance, Ohio; O.L., Galion, Ohio. Prior to her husband's death they lived on the original farm called "Sunny Side", Range 17, Twp. 25, Sec. 23, near Savannah, Ohio purchased from his father Daniel. Daniel died in 1876. Both Benjamin C. and Mary Ann Ferrell Huffman have a single stone engraved with dates beside Benjamin F. and Ida Huffman (Their son in Ashland Cemetery). Will of Benjamin C. indicates that his grave was moved to Ashland Cemetery about June, or July, 1877. I can only assume that he may have been buried in a cemetery near the farm in Clear Creek Township, near Savannah, Ohio. This Cemetery no longer exists. Most or all graves were moved, at what time I do not know.
More About Mary Ann Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, Ashland City Cemetery
Notes for Benjamin C. Huffman:
Gravestone in Ashland Cemetery lists Benjamin C. Huffman, died 1871, age 55 years. D.O.B. extrapolated from D.O.D.
More About Benjamin C. Huffman:
Burial: Unknown, Ashland City Cemetery
Children of Mary Ferrell and Benjamin Huffman are:
+ 117 i. Sarah E.5 Huffman, born May 31, 1844 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died Bef. 1911.
118 ii. Daniel Huffman, born 1846 in Richland Co., Ohio; died Unknown.
+ 119 iii. Rowena Huffman, born 1850 in Jackson Twp. Sandusky, Ohio; died 1909.
+ 120 iv. William Orin Huffman, born 1853 in 1853; died 1930 in Jackson Twp., Sandusky Co., OH.
+ 121 v. Benjamin Franklin Huffman, born 1857; died 1917 in Jackson Twp., Sandusky Co., OH.
+ 122 vi. Obediah Layton Huffman, born 1859; died 1917 in Jackson Twp.,Sandusky Co., OH.
123 vii. George W. Huffman, born 1861; died 1932 in Jackson Twp., Sandusky Co., OH. He married Josephine Bell; died Unknown.
43. Peter4 Ferrell (Obediah3, James2, James1) was born July 1809 in Beaver Co., Pa., and died October 18, 1871 in Cass Twp. Richland Co., Ohio. He married (1) Serlina Taylor. She was born December 15, 1832 in Ashland co., Ohio, and died March 08, 1890 in Richland Co., Ohio. He married (2) Sarah Pollock Bef. 1838. She was born July 1814 in Hanover Twp., Beaver Co., Pa., and died November 02, 1861 in BloomingGrove Twp., Richland Co., Ohio.
Notes for Peter Ferrell:
Peter Ferrell is in Weller Twp. Richland Co., 1850 Census, number 270B.
Peter Ferrell is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Blooming Grove Twp., Richland Co. "Peter Ferrell - husband of Sarah, died 18 Oct. 1871, aged 65 years, 3 months.". Death records for Richland County say he died in 1874 of Typhoid fever, and was age 65 yrs. Cass Twp.
Census for Blooming Grove Twp., Richland County, Ohio, 1860 gives us names and ages of the children as follows:
Clarissa 22 teacher
Silas 21 laborer
William L. 18 laborer
John W. 15
Sarah died November 2, 1861.
Census for 1870, Blooming Grove gives names and ages for his children as follows:
Peter Ferrel, 61
Susan, 50 (Serlinda? second wife?)
William, 28 (William L.)
Susan, 27 (Could this be William's wife?)
John, 24 (John W.)
Sarah, 19 (could this be Susan in 1860 Census?)
Joseph, 11 (could this be Martin in 1860 Census?)
Clarissa and Silas have left the family home.
Marriage License from the Probate Court of Richland County, taken November 1, 1861 or 1862, (writing is illegible) shows a second marriage with Serlina Taylor. Both of legal age. The License was returned with certification that that the marriage took place, signed by John Burke, Member of the Gospel, on November 11, 1862.
When Peter Lance, Peter Ferrell's grandfather died in 1833, Peter Ferrell bought his grandfather's silver pocket watch at the estate sale.
Letters and Bond filed in the Estate of Peter Ferrell on October 26, 1874. Amon Chew, A.S. Chew, and George Washington Ferrell were sureties.
Final settlement was made by Silas Ferrell and John W. Ferrell in Peter's estate Dec. 8, 1878. His heirs each received $17.31. Since the list of heirs does not match the children as stated in the census, it is possible that some of Peter's children died of typhoid fever when Peter himself died, and these heirs are grandchildren or spouses of his children.
Two interesting entries into Silas' accounting of Peter's estate:
Received from Est. of J. Ferrell to Peter's estate, $40.00 on June 30, 1879
Received from Est. of O. Ferrell to Peter's estate, $413.25 on April 13, 1876.
Speculation is that these are payments from the estates of Peter's deceased brothers Jackson and Obediah, who had no issue. Law is that siblings or their descendants receive such.
More About Peter Ferrell:
Burial: Unknown, Presbyterian Chch. Blooming Grove, Richland Co., OH
Cause of Death: Typhoid fever
Notes for Serlina Taylor:
Application for Marriage License at Probate County, Richland County, OH on November 1, 1862 and marriage by John Burke, on November 11, 1862, one year after the death of Sarah, Peter Ferrell's first wife. Sarah's death is put at November 2, 1861.
She appears in the Census (pg. 35C) for June 22, 1880, Cass Twp., Richland County Ohio, as a widow, living alone, 60 years old. Place of birth, Pennsylvania.
Susan (Serlina) Taylor Ferrell is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Cass Twp., Richland County, Ohio (pg. 26), March 8, 1890, at 79 years.
More About Serlina Taylor:
Burial: Unknown, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Cass Twp., Richland Co., OH
Notes for Sarah Pollock:
Buried in Presbyterian Churchyard, Blooming Grove Twp., Richland Co., OH. -" Sarah Ferrell - wife of Peter, died 2 Nov. 1861, aged 47 years, 5 mos., 15 days."
If the Census for 1860, showing a one-year old male child (either Joseph or Martin) is correct, then possibly Sarah died as a result of child-birth, as she would have been 46-47 when this last son was born.
More About Sarah Pollock:
Burial: Unknown, Presbyterian Chch. Blooming Grove, Richland Co., OH
Children of Peter Ferrell and Sarah Pollock are:
124 i. William5 Ferrell, born Abt. 1842; died Unknown.
125 ii. Susan Ferrell, born Abt. 1843; died Unknown.
126 iii. John M. Ferrell, born Abt. 1846; died Unknown.
127 iv. Sarah Ferrell, born Abt. 1851; died Unknown.
128 v. Eleanor Ferrell, born Abt. 1857; died Unknown.
129 vi. Joseph Ferrell, born Abt. 1859; died Unknown.
+ 130 vii. Clarrissa Ferrell, born Abt. 1838 in Ohio; died Unknown.
131 viii. Silas Ferrell, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Drusilla Chew December 16, 1861 in Richland County, Ohio; died Unknown.
49. George Washington4 Ferrell (Daniel3, James2, James1) was born October 11, 1814 in Jessamine Co., Ky., and died June 28, 1877 in Jessamine Co., Ky.. He married Leaner Quimby November 20, 1839 in Jessamine Co., Ky.. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Notes for George Washington Ferrell:
Perrine's History of Kentucky says he was a farmer.
Child of George Ferrell and Leaner Quimby is:
132 i. John C.5 Ferrell, born July 12, 1845; died Unknown.
53. Mary Jane4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born April 03, 1802 in Ohio, and died October 11, 1837 in Athens Co., OH. She married John Stephen Martin August 30, 1821 in Athens Co., OH. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
More About Mary Jane Colvin:
Burial: Unknown, Colvin Cemetery, McArthur, Ohio
Children of Mary Colvin and John Martin are:
+ 133 i. Jacob W.5 Martin, born June 23, 1822 in Athens Co., Ohio; died August 10, 1888 in Jackson Co., Ohio.
+ 134 ii. Margaret Martin, born March 09, 1825 in Athens Co., Ohio; died March 24, 1910 in Buchtel, Athels Co., Ohio.
135 iii. George Martin, born March 17, 1826; died Unknown.
136 iv. Mary Martin, born March 21, 1829 in Athens Co., Ohio; died March 20, 1916 in Vinton Co., Ohio. She married John Kirkendall; born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 137 v. Samuel C. Martin, born August 27, 1831 in Athens Co., Ohio; died March 28, 1888 in Buchtel, Athens co., Ohio.
138 vi. John C. Martin, born May 07, 1833; died Unknown.
54. Lewis4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born June 18, 1804 in Athens Co., Ohio, and died March 15, 1859 in Jackson Co., OH. He married Delila Catlin August 30, 1827 in Athens Co., OH, daughter of Eli Catlin and Sarah Butts. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Children of Lewis Colvin and Delila Catlin are:
139 i. Eli5 Colvin, born December 25, 1828; died April 21, 1842.
140 ii. Emma Colvin, born September 29, 1829; died April 02, 1903 in Jackson, Ohio.
141 iii. Elizabeth Colvin, born November 19, 1830; died January 12, 1848.
More About Elizabeth Colvin:
Burial: Unknown, Colvin Cemetery, McArthur, Ohio
142 iv. Sarah Colvin, born January 15, 1832; died December 08, 1832.
143 v. Jacob J. Colvin, born September 08, 1834; died April 17, 1836.
+ 144 vi. George Wshington Colvin, born March 03, 1837 in Jackson, Jackson Co., Ohio; died January 02, 1883 in Cass Co. Nebraska.
145 vii. James Rodney Colvin, born August 08, 1841; died February 02, 1863.
Notes for James Rodney Colvin:
Died in Military, Civil War
146 viii. Eliza Jane Colvin, born November 12, 1842; died February 12, 1848.
147 ix. Lewis H. Colvin, born November 30, 1843; died May 16, 1863.
Notes for Lewis H. Colvin:
Died in Military - Civil War
+ 148 x. Rufus Elmer Colvin, born June 26, 1847; died February 25, 1899 in Fairmont Cemetery, Jackson, Ohio.
149 xi. Andrew W. Colvin, born November 12, 1851; died October 06, 1857.
55. James Ferrell4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born August 13, 1805 in Athens Co., OH, and died February 02, 1858 in De Kalb Co., MO. He married Miranda Newton September 14, 1826 in Athens Co., OH. She was born 1807, and died 1874.
Notes for James Ferrell Colvin:
James moved with his family from Vinton (formerly Athens Co.) Ohio in the year 1850 to near Maysville, Camden Twp., DeKalb Co., Missouri. He died there at the age of 52 years. The cemetery at Amity was established in 1865, after his demise. Believe to be buried on his homestead property, location no longer known. He farmed there.
More About Miranda Newton:
Burial: Unknown, Amity Cemetery, Camden Twp., DeKalb Co., MO
Children of James Colvin and Miranda Newton are:
150 i. Rebecca5 Colvin, born October 07, 1827 in Athens Co., Ohio; died November 23, 1874 in De Kalb Co., MO.
Notes for Rebecca Colvin:
No issue. Death date is suspect.
151 ii. Jacob Colvin, born July 01, 1829 in Athens Co., Ohio; died August 13, 1831 in Athens Co., Ohio.
152 iii. Mary Colvin, born December 19, 1831 in Athens Co., Ohio; died Unknown. She married Elisha Cottrell; born Unknown; died Unknown.
153 iv. Miranda Colvin, born March 01, 1834 in Athens Co., Ohio; died May 29, 1903 in Athens Co., Ohio. She married Hiram Brown in Athens Co., Ohio; born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 154 v. Ava Rachel Colvin, born July 10, 1836 in Athens Co., Ohio; died August 25, 1908 in Amity, De Kalb Co., Mo..
155 vi. James Colvin, born June 08, 1839 in Athens Co., Ohio; died February 26, 1842 in Athens Co., Ohio.
+ 156 vii. Flava Colvin, born May 25, 1841 in Athens Co., Ohio; died January 27, 1923 in Athens Co., Ohio.
+ 157 viii. Julia Ann Colvin, born September 18, 1843 in Athens Co., Ohio; died February 11, 1882 in Amity, DeKalb Co., Mo..
158 ix. Lewis Colvin, born June 15, 1846 in Athens Co., Ohio; died July 06, 1846 in Athens Co., Ohio.
+ 159 x. Adam N. Colvin, born November 10, 1847 in Athens Co., Ohio; died March 25, 1907 in Kansas City, Mo..
+ 160 xi. William C. Colvin, born December 03, 1849 in Athens Co., Ohio; died September 14, 1920 in De Kalb Co., Mo.
56. Elizabeth4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born September 18, 1806 in Athens Co., OH, and died August 28, 1884 in Athens Co., OH. She married Simon Reed February 13, 1835 in Athens Co., OH, son of Acklin Reed and Sarah Kelsey. He was born 1813, and died 1850.
Notes for Simon Reed:
Simon Reed signed as witness the probate papers of Samuel Colvin, Elizabeth's brother.
Children of Elizabeth Colvin and Simon Reed are:
161 i. Sally5 Reed, born January 12, 1836 in Washington Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio; died July 02, 1905 in Hamden, Ohio. She married Hiram Strawn March 25, 1864 in Ohio; born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 162 ii. Mary Reed, born October 20, 1837 in Washington Twp., Jackson Co., Ohio; died August 22, 1882 in Jackson Co., Ohio.
163 iii. Lewis Reed, born April 29, 1839 in Ohio; died May 28, 1839 in Ohio.
More About Lewis Reed:
Burial: Unknown, Yeager Cemetery
+ 164 iv. Adelia Reed, born April 15, 1840 in Ohio; died Abt. March 27, 1919 in McArthur, Ohio.
+ 165 v. Isom Reed, born June 29, 1841; died March 05, 1919 in Hamden, Ohio.
166 vi. Lineous Reed, born December 14, 1842; died March 08, 1869 in Yeager, Ohio.
167 vii. Rebecca Reed, born June 10, 1844; died May 21, 1845 in Yeager, Ohio.
+ 168 viii. Caroline Reed, born August 12, 1846 in Hamden, Ohio; died August 1921.
169 ix. Thurman Reed, born August 30, 1849; died January 15, 1881.
57. Rachel4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born Abt. 1800, and died Bef. 1835. She married (1) John Scott July 07, 1816. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (2) Tyra Thorp Abt. 1825 in Indiana. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Notes for Rachel Colvin:
Not named in Samuel Colvin's Probate papers as an heir. Samuel Colvin was Rachel's half-brother whose estate was divided among his half-siblings, he not having living whole-siblings or decendants of his own. Rachel probably was deceased before her half-brother Samuel died.
Children of Rachel Colvin and Tyra Thorp are:
170 i. Lauren5 Thorp, born Abt. 1828; died Unknown. He married Maria LNU Abt. 1850; born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 171 ii. Mary Jane Thorp, born March 31, 1831 in Indiana; died November 01, 1912 in McArthur, Vinton Co., Ohio.
172 iii. Barbara Thorp, born Abt. 1835; died Unknown.
58. Jacob S.4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born March 09, 1809 in Athens Co., OH, and died 1865 in Eagle Twp., Lake Co., Indiana. He married (1) Hannah Green November 01, 1832 in Athens Co., Ohio, daughter of Joshua Green and Esther Stiles. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Nancy Powers May 02, 1857. She died Unknown.
Notes for Jacob S. Colvin:
Jacob had 5 children. Other children's names not known.
Children of Jacob Colvin and Hannah Green are:
+ 173 i. Jacob Johnson5 Colvin, born June 25, 1833 in Elk Twp. Ohio; died 1885 in Kansas City, KS.
+ 174 ii. Samuel Colvin, born November 10, 1840 in McArthur, Athens Co., Ohio; died October 16, 1932 in St. Cloud, Osceola Co., Florida.
175 iii. Benjamin G. Colvin, born September 20, 1834 in Athens Co., Ohio; died September 07, 1835 in Athens Co., Ohio.
More About Benjamin G. Colvin:
Burial: Unknown, Colvin Cemetery, Athens Co., Ohio
176 iv. Loretta Colvin, born May 02, 1836; died Unknown; Adopted child.
177 v. Ama Colvin, born August 16, 1838 in Athens Co., Ohio; died Unknown.
More About Ama Colvin:
Burial: Unknown, Colvin Cemetery, Athans Co., Ohio
59. William4 Colvin (Mary3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born Abt. 1811 in Athens Co., OH, and died September 1849 in Athens Co., OH. He married (1) Mary Reed December 16, 1834 in Jackson, Ohio, daughter of Acklin Reed and Sarah Kelsey. She was born Unknown, and died 1844. He married (2) Mahala Cummings October 19, 1845 in Athens Co., OH. She died Unknown.
More About William Colvin:
Date born 2: Abt. 1811
Marriage Notes for William Colvin and Mahala Cummings:
Mahala Cummings was married prior to her marriage with William Colvin.
Children of William Colvin and Mary Reed are:
178 i. Jacob5 Colvin, born Abt. 1836; died Unknown.
179 ii. Acklin Colvin, born Abt. 1838; died Unknown.
180 iii. Martin Colvin, born Abt. 1840; died Unknown.
Children of William Colvin and Mahala Cummings are:
181 i. Mary5 Colvin, born Abt. 1847; died Unknown.
182 ii. Martha Colvin, born Abt. 1848; died Unknown.
60. Nathaniel4 Blackmore (Rebecah3 Ferrell, James2, James1) was born October 31, 1806, and died Aft. 1881. He married (1) Nancy Boggs 1827. She was born Unknown, and died July 09, 1846. He married (2) Mary Ann Cripps December 31, 1847, daughter of Henry Cripps. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Notes for Mary Ann Cripps:
Before she married Nathaniel Blackmore, Mary Ann was the wife of Josiah Grove, and by him had three children: Henry Martin, Mary M. and Simon C.
Children of Nathaniel Blackmore and Nancy Boggs are:
183 i. Nancy Jane5 Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
184 ii. Austin Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
185 iii. Joseph Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
186 iv. Charles Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
187 v. Emily Jane Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
Children of Nathaniel Blackmore and Mary Cripps are:
188 i. Nancy Jane5 Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
189 ii. George Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
190 iii. Ella Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.
191 iv. William C. Blackmore, born Unknown; died Unknown.