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Note for:   Angeline Davis,   8 MAY 1828 - 23 JAN 1911         Index
[Mercy Davis.FTW]

May have a middle initial of "K"

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Note for:   Elihu Knapp,   12 FEB 1800 - 29 JAN 1890          Index
From Newton book:
ELIHU came to Darby Township, Madison County, Ohio, in 1816. After eight years residence he removed to Canaan Township, Madison County. He had also been a resident of both Delaware and Union Counties, and a resident of Plain City, Ohio.

He owns 100 acres of land about a mile south of Amity, Ohio. He is a farmer by occupation, but in former years worked at the tanning and shoemaking trade.

He is now in his eighty-third year, one of the oldest residents of the township, having resided here for sixty-seven years, has been fully identified with the growth and improvement within the county, and has held many township offices.

He's had his "ups and downs", having been very unfortunate in the loss of his wives, but has kept a steady course onward and upward, having sustained an unblemished character, and an undoubted integrity, has the entire confidence of his community; and is a most respected citizen of Canaan Township.

He and his wife are members of the Universalist Church of Plain City, Ohio, he has been many times its Deacon. He being the largest donor in the building and upkeep of the Church that both he and his wife so dearly loved to worship. (The author attended his funeral, at that time being one of the largest held in Plain City.)



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Note for:   Edmund Ward Barlow,   8 JUN 1786 - 31 JUL 1865          Index
From Newton book:
RESIDENT:- North East, Dutchess County, New York, moved to Jamestown, Greene Countv, Ohio, removed to Pleasant Valley (now Plain City), Madison County, Ohio.

Edmond and Polly Clark (Lawrence) Barlow, are natives of Massachusetts and Connecticut, and later North Fast, Dutchess County, New York, and both are of English descent.

They emigrated to Greene County, Ohio, when her parents did in 1820, removing to Madison County, Ohio in 1852. He was a carpenter by trade until moving to Ohio, then followed farming until his death in 1863.

He was a soldier in the War of 1812, served as a Major of a Regiment of Militia, was ordered to New Orleans, fought there under General Jackson in the battle of New Orleans, which .broke the British hold on Louisiana, and gave us the right to purchase this vast Territory from France, stretching from the Gulf of Mexico, west of the Mississippi River, north to Canada, and west to the Pacific Ocean.


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Note for:   Betty Roberta Severance,    -          Index
[Mercy Davis.GED]

Chuck & Betty Weatherly [weatherlyprint@@gorge.net]

My 7th cousin.
Jeremiah Davis and Mercy Davis.
Miriam Davis / Norman Clarke
Nancy Evaline Clarke / Edward Leroy Whitney
Cora Belle Whitney / Louette Carl Severance
Chester Robert Severance / Ruby Lora Beck
Betty Roberta Severance Weatherly (me)

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Note for:   Charles Weatherly,    -          Index
[Mercy Davis.GED]

Chuck & Betty Weatherly [weatherlyprint@@gorge.net]

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Note for:   Alvin Dominy,   4 NOV 1817 - 31 MAR 1875          Index
From Newton book:
Alvin, son of Jeremiah and Abigail (Norton) Dominy, and his brother Almond were the first set of twins to be born in the family, which tradition has been frequently repeated from the second generation down to the present time.

His farm of 150 acres is located in Section 3454 Darby Township, he being one of the county's most influential farmers of that day, also one of the leading stock raisers and buyers in the county.

He held several township offices, and was highly regarded by his fellow townsmen as being strictly honest and efficient in the duties to which he was elected.

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Note for:   Chauncy Lawrence,   25 SEP 1767 - 24 AUG 1843          Index
From Newton book:
RESIDENT: North East, Dutchess County, New York, where they lived until all but their youngest child was born They moved to Ohio in 1820, settling near Jamestown, in Green County, Ohio.

Of his marriage to Sally Hall Clark, whether or not she was of the same family as his mother, it is not definitely known.