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101 "Eleazar was the son of John and Elizabeth Evans of Loudoun County, VA. 

For decades descendants of Eleazar had no clue as to his parentage. Family tradition said he was orphaned young, and there was no record of his parents, any siblings, or of who raised him. His father was believed to have been killed in the Revolution.

Some referred to him as Eleazar II, but there was no known connection to any other Eleazar who could have been his father. 

Eleazar moved his family to Goshen Twp, Belmont County, OH in 1803. In 1839 he settled at the south fork of Captina Creek in Wayne Twp. The house he built there burned in 1884, but was re-built on the same spot by his grandson Lee Evans, who lived in it at that time. (The house was still there and occupied, though not by anyone from the Evans family, when I photographed it in 1985.)

There are no tombstones at Hunter Cemetery for Eleazar or his wife, though they are supposed to be buried there. One descendant says the church was destroyed by fire and re-built, perhaps at a different location. This could account for there not being any tombstones at its present location. (The date on this Cemetery photo is 1897, but there are some stones dating back to the 1830s.) 

In the last decade, researchers have found evidence indicating that John Evans was the father of Eleazar. He had two wives and many other children, but the family structure is not clear. I am speculating that Eleazar was the only child of his first wife Elizabeth, who perhaps died in childbirth, and the child was raised by someone else. The remaining children seem to be much younger, and probably belonged to the second wife Deborah.:
Source: Kent Davis Myrick, Find A Grave Memorial 48211942 
EVANS, Eleazar (I16057)
 
102 "Elias reported married to Deborah A. Watkins" Family F2507
 
103 "Extensive genealogical information is contained in the book on the Hyde/Cleveland families, easily found on the internet." SMITH, Lucy Cleveland (I12439)
 
104 "Feb 6, 1770, the Court "allows" Ebenezer Webster, of Lebanon, to be guardian of Philip Loomis, a minor of Lebanon." WEBSTER, Ebenezer (I14341)
 
105 "First husband was David N. Barnes on 9 Jun 1855 in Pulaski County, Indiana. He was a private in Company B of the 87th Regiment Indiana Volunteers during the Civil War. David died of camp fever on 2 Nov 1862 in Lebanon, Kentucky, less than 3 months after enlisting. They had two children: Mary Emma born about 1856 in Pulaski County, Indiana, and William H. (1861-1942).
Elizabeth married secondly David Helm born about 1825 as his second wife on 1 May 1866 in Pulaski County, Indiana. They had at least two children (Rebecca and Ettie) before Elizabeth died in 1872." 
THOMAS, Elizabeth T (I2771)
 
106 "Fred Hauenstein, aged 60 years, passed away at the home of Fred Miller with whom he made his home, Monday morning at 3 o'clock. Funeral services were held Wednesday in his late home.
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SOURCE: Bluffton News, Bluffton, OH, January 20, 1927 
HAUENSTEIN, Frederick (I7951)
 
107 "From Columbia, Ct. records of deeds: Jan. 15, 1805, Mehitable Webster, Samuel Fish, Abigail Fish, and Ebenezer Fish, all of Columbia, Ct. deed land in Columbia, probably near the line of Lebanon, to Stephen Hosmer of Columbia."

"From this and the will information of Ebenezer Webster, it is clear that Ebenezer died in the year 1785 in his 77th year, and his widow outlived him by several years." 
THOMAS, Mehitable (I14367)
 
108 "From Willimantic Probate Record. Aug. 20, 1762, date of Will of Noah Webster of Mansfield, Ct., "being in poor health, gave to his wife, Elizabeth, to son Daniel, to son Asahel, to daughter Submit Carpenter, to daughter, Rhoda Webster, to son Noah, to son Moses, and constituted his son Moses and wife Elizabeth, his executors." WEBSTER, Noah (I14338)
 
109 "From Willimantic Probate Records, Feby. 13, 1743. Inventory exhibited of estate of George Webster, late of Lebanon, deceased. On the 2d Tuesday of Nov., 1743, Letters of Administration granted to Samuel Torry and Martha Webster (widow of George) on the estate of George Webster, late of Lebanon.

December 16, 1743, Distribution made to widow Martha, to George, eldest son, to 'Lonid' (Levi) 2nd son, to Eihow, 3rd son, and to Martha, daughter.

Feb 27, 1744, Ebenezer Gray and Samuel Webster, guardians of George, 'Loith' (Levi), Elihow, and Martha, sons and daughter of George Webster, petition to have his widow's theirds set off to Mrs. Martha Webster, widow and relict. April 8, 1745, thrids set off to widow.

June 1, 1745, Caleb Pierce, Timothy Clark, and Joseph Phelps distributed the estate to the widow, to George the eldest son, (delivered to his guardian, Ebenezer Gray), to Levi, Elihu, and Martha (delivered to their guardian, Samuel Webster).

From Lebanon Record of Deeds. April 3, 1746, The Selectman of Lebanon, divided land, at request of Samuel Webster of Lebanon, guardian of George, Levi, Elihu, and Martha Webster, all of Lebanon, children of the late George Webster, of Lebanon, deceased.

April 8, 1745, Jedediah Phelps, Samuel Williams, and John Lyman liad out to Martha Webster, etc., 20 acres of land laid out to Levi Webster, 'on the highway which leads to the village.'

April 8, 1746, Ebenezer Gray, being about to remove to Rhode Island, was released from guardianship of George; and Samuel Webster, of Lebanon was appointed guardian in his stead.

May 12, 1748, 'Lenie' (Levi) made choice of Samuel Webster of Lebanon, to be his guardian.

Aug. 28, 1749, George, receipted to his late guardian, Samuel Webster for his share of estate.

Jan. 19, 1758, Levi, at Lebanon, receipted to is late guardian Samuel Webster, in full of demands." 
WEBSTER, George (I14336)
 
110 "From Willimantic Probate Records, Nov. 26, 1779; Court ordered, and April 18, 1780, land was "set off" from estate of Samuel Thomas, late of Lebanon, to satisfy a debt." WEBSTER, Ebenezer (I14341)
 
111 "From Willimantic Probate Records. March 3d, 1756, Administration was granted to William Clark and Joanna Webster, both of Lebanon, on the estate of Pelatia Webster, late of Lebanon, deceased. March 4, 1756, an inventory was made of the estate which amounted to 588 pounds, 1 shilling and 2 pence."

Dec. 13th, 1756, the Court ordered them to sell a part of the estate, to make 100 pounds, notice of sale was to be published at Lebanon. Again June 28th, 1757, ordered another sale to raise 80 pounds, and again April 6, 1759, a similar order to raise 25 pounds, notice of two last mentioned sales to be published in the three Societies of Lebanon, and also in Windham, and in Coventry; and Aug. 22d, 1757, they reported sale of portions of estate, and the land is described as bordering on the land of Samuel Webster.

In May, 1757, on petition of William Clark and Joanna Webster, the General Assembly of the Colony granted liberty to sell some of the estate of Pelatiah Webster to pay debts, and in March 1759, on petition of William Clark alone, as administrator, a similar grant was made.

August 25, 1757, William Clark and Joanna Webster of Lebanon, ad. on est. of Peletia Webster late of Lebanon, deceased sell to Pelatiah Webster [most likely his son].

April 2d, 1760, John Lyman and Isreal Loomis, guardians of Constant and Abigail Webster, two of the heirs of the estate of Pelatiah Webster, moved for a division , which was ordered, viz: to Pelatiah, eldest son, to Shadrach, to Oliver, to Constant, to Jerusha Bailey, wife of Joseph Bailey, Jr. To Sarah Webster, and to Abigail Webster, all the heirs to said estate, and same date, division was made, viz: to 'Oliver the 3d of said deceased' and to Sarah Webster, to Jerusha, to Constant, and to Abigail, and states that the eldest son, Pelatiah, had made over his share to his brothers Shadrach and Oliver, and that Shadrach hath received his part at Greenwich, a freehold estate belonging to said deceased.

Dec 20, 1771, Mrs. Joanna Webster, widow, and Oliver one of the children petitioned for a division which was ordered, viz: to Pelatiah, eldest son, a double portion; to heirs of Shadrach, to Oliver, Sarah, Jerusha, Constant, and Abigail. Feb 4, 1772, division made of that part of estate which had been set off as thirds to the widow, Joanna Webster since deceased. (Pelatiah, the eldest son, having relinquished his double portions, to his brothers, Shadrach and Oliver, and Shadrach having taken for his, the farm which his father had owned in Greenwich, in Boston Govt.) Division was made to Oliver, to Constant, to Sarah, eldest daughter, to Abigail, youngest daughter, and to Jerusha, 'mother of the heirs of said deceased.' Part of the land was described as adjoining land of Samuel Webster."

 
WEBSTER, Pelatiah (I14322)
 
112 "From Willimantic Probate: May 14, 1751, is the date of Will of Benajah Webster of Coventry, "being sick." Gave whole estate to be equally divided among his children, viz: to Benajah, Samuel, Cyrenus, Justus, and Abdiel, "my sons," Cloe and Eunice, "my daughters," "when they shall come of age," said children to be put out to good trades at the age of 14 years. Constitutes his brother, Pelatiah Webster, and Noah Porter, of Coventry, his executors. Witnesses: Ichabod Hatch, Gideon Church, Elihu Webster." WEBSTER, Benajah (I14220)
 
113 "George Henry, whose father was also named George, was born in Virginia April 20, 1767. He married Permelia Fiddler, born July 10, 1766, also in Virginia, the daughter of Thomas Fiddler. The Henrys lived near the Rapidan River in Culpeper County, Virginia , until 1808 when they and their nine children made the trek to Logan County, Ohio. In 1811 George purchased one hundred acres near at the corner of Logan County, Road 55 and Jefferson Township Road 182; and his son William bought the farm north of George's. In 1817 George was elected Supervisor of Jefferson Township; and in 1819 he and Permelia and William were among the organizers if the Tharp's Run Baptist Church located on the Township Road 182 about a mile east of their homes."

Original Source: Logan County, Ohio History, copyright 1982. 
HENRY, George (I13771)
 
114 "George N. Burns was born in Loudoun County, Virginia 1/5/1804. His parents, Ignatius and Bethsheba, came to Goshen Township, Belmont County in 1807 and settled about one mile southwest of where the village of Belmont now stands. The country was almost an unbroken wilderness, and little George had to take hold of the work as soon as he could lift a twig of branch.

George grew up to manhood with his parents, and in 1829 he married Miss Eliza McFarland. He has seven children who have grown to years of maturity ... three sons and four daughters ... Lemuel, Thomas William, George Bentley, Bethsheba Jane, Elizabeth Ann, Lydia Louisa, and Mary Viola. Two of the sons, Thomas and Lemuel served in the Civil War. Of the daughters, three are married. Bethsheba and Elizabeth live in Minnesota and Lydia lives in Belmont County."

Source: History of Belmont & Jefferson County OH, 1880, Caldwell, p. 406 
BURNS, George Nathan (I5383)
 
115 "George Webster died, Oct. 30, 1742, at the early age of 38 yrs. 1 mo. and 25 days, leaving a widow and four children, the oldest being fourteen years of age." WEBSTER, George (I14336)
 
116 "George Williams, a Welsh Quaker who signed the 1742 petition to divide Prince George's Parish, had no land surveyed or patented in the Frederick County area.He may even have lived a little south of the mouth of the Monocacy River. But he was associating with the Monocacy Quakers when his son Richard Williams was born in their area in 1726. The records of the New Garden Meeting of North Carolina on December 11, 1746 reported the marriage of Richard Williams to Prudence Beals, daughter of John Beals, 'of Monoquosy, Prince George's County in Maryland of Virginia."p. 84.

He probably settled in this area in 1704 when most of the grants were given.
From the book entitled "Colonial Families of the United States, Volume II" by George Norbury Mackenzie:George Williams, a Welsh Quaker (or Friend), arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with a train of Quakers about the year 1690, and shortly afterwards settled in Prince George's (now Frederick) Co., Maryland, and died at Monocacy Creek, in that county, leaving a son, Richard Williams. 
WILLIAMS, George (I14980)
 
117 "Hancock, John: Leg. -(First part totally illegible by large water stain)--wife, Jane,
Son, John Hancock, Trooper's Arms.
Son, Joseph, --
Daughters, -- to four daughters
Daughter, Martha Hancock, Daughter Duegates?

24 Nov 1731, Prob.: 17 May 1732, Wit: John Brittle, John Price
Book 8, Page 191" 
HANCOCK, John Sr. (I11011)
 
118 "Hancock, Joseph: Est. -- 11 Aug 1750, Signed: Wm. Drew, Dolphin Davis, and Thomas Davidson. Book 9, Page 663" HANCOCK, Joseph (I11021)
 
119 "Hancocke, William: Leg. - To my only son, John Hancocke, the Plantation where he now lives on the North side of the Swamp, adj. myself. To my wife, Elizabeth, the Plantation where I now live at her death to my son.
22 Oct. 1693. Prob. 2 Jan. 1693 [?] Wit: Jos. Seale, John Sugar, Book 4, Page 343." 
HANCOCK, William H. (I11015)
 
120 "Harold L. McBride, passed away Sunday, September 5, 1987 in Pasadena, California. He was born June 11, 1920 to Hobert and Grace (Valentine) McBride in Bloomville.

He is survived by his father, who lives in California, his mother, Grace (McBride) Spitler, as resident of Bloomfield Nursing Care Center; two sons, Brian of Casper, Wyoming and Grant of Rosemead, Calif. and a brother, Clifford McBride of Forest, Ohio.

He was a graduate of Bloomville High School in the Class of 1938.
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Source: Bloomville Gazette, Bloomville, Ohio, 17 Sep. 1987, Page 4, Col. 1 
MCBRIDE, Harold Lewis (I11936)
 
121 "He deeded land in Bolton to Ebenezer Webster of Lebanon (doubtless his brother) "50 pounds and divers other good causes, " in the presence of John Webster, Jr., (his cousin)." WEBSTER, Samuel (I14305)
 
122 "He died young, but a death record was not found." Clearly he died before 1782 as their next child received the same given name. HAUENSTEIN, Johannes (I9395)
 
123 "He lived in Ware from 1797 to 1808, his first five children being born there." Family F1924
 
124 "He sells to his brother, Benajah Webster." WEBSTER, Samuel (I14305)
 
125 "He was a minister among Friends." Family F889
 
126 "He was the Treasurer/ Secretary of the Central Railroad of NY at the time of his death." MILLIGAN, Gilbert McKie (I12438)
 
127 "He [Samuel] deeds lott 34 of the Second Division, to Joseph Webster (his brother), of Lebanon." WEBSTER, Samuel (I14305)
 
128 "Henry Henley, father of Robert Henley., came from Randolph County, North Carolina, to Indiana in 1828. He married Ruth Morrow daughter of John Morrow, who had come from Orange County, North Carolina, to Ohio in 1807 and later to Indiana. 

Henry Henley and wife Ruth, were married in 1830 and he at once located at Carthage, where he conducted a pioneer flour and woolen mill, operated by water power. He was also a merchant, one of the first township trustees, and was one of the founders of the State Bank of Carthage. 

Henry Henley died in 1893 and his wife in 1863. The children of Henry Henley and wife were: Mary, Peninah, Eunice, Jane, Sarah, Joseph, William Penn and Robert Barclay." 
HENLEY, Henry (I13103)
 
129 "Henry Kelly 1st was born in same County & State August 1st, 1801."
[Augusta County, Virginia] 
KELLY, Henry 1st (I16118)
 
130 "Henry Kelly 1st was born in same County & State August 1st, 1801."
[Augusta County, Virginia]" 
KELLY, Nathaniel (I16120)
 
131 "Henry Kelly 2nd was born in same County & State January 22d, 1803."
[Augusta County, Virginia] 
KELLY, Henry 2nd (I16119)
 
132 "Henry Kelly dec'd was born in Bergen Count, New Jersey, Feb. 21st 1763."

"Henry, son of Nathaniel and Martha Kelly, was born in Bergen County, New Jersey, February 21, 1763, deid in Monroe County, Virginia, March 14, 1832. His wife, Catherine, was born in Bergen County, New Jersey, August 2, 1763, died Monroe County, Virginia May 20, 1826.

West Virginia and its People, Volume 3, pg. 856 
KELLY, Henry (I16104)
 
133 "Henry Kelly died in Monroe County, VA. March 14th, 1832 aged 69 years and 17 days." KELLY, Henry (I16104)
 
134 "Henry Kelly Son to Peter Kelly and Mary his Wife Departed this life April the 22d 1802 being Eaight mounths and foreteen days [sic]" KELLY, Henry (I16136)
 
135 "Henry Kelly son to Peter Kelly and Mary his wife was Born August 8 1801 Near Stanton [sic]." KELLY, Henry (I16136)
 
136 "Her birth was first recorded as Lucile Acelda, born Sep. 19, 1908. It was later corrected to read Lucille Azelda, born October 9. She chose to use Azelda Lucile." KEIFFER, Azelda Lucille (I9453)
 
137 "Her name was first recorded as Mabel Blanche born in Jackson Township, but was later changed to read Edith Mabel. She chose to use Mabel Edith." KEIFFER, Mabel Edith (I9452)
 
138 "His second wife outlived him, but the death of either wife has not been found." WEBSTER, Noah (I14338)
 
139 "His [George's] widow, Martha, d. Feb 13, 1788, aged 84 years." TAYLOR, Martha (I14337)
 
140 "Horace F. Callow born October 4, 1870 and died January 4, 1934. Ida May Falk. Born April 15, 1872, died July 1, 1913. Horace and Ida married July 1896.

This union had two children:

Mary Pauline Callow and Stanley Theodore Callow. Mary born October 26, 1903, died November 25, 1996. Stanley born October 26, 1906, died March 21, 1966.

Horace was a druggist in Decatur, Indiana at Callow and Kohne Drug Store.

After Ida's death, the children went to live with relatives. Mary went to live with the Dan Erwin's family. Stanley went to live with his Aunt Alice Callow Smith.

Horace married Fannie Rice October 22, 1914. Fannie Rice was born 1876, died 1944. She baked the biggest and best sugar cookies with a raisin in the middle.

Horace died waiting on a customer in the drug store. He had a heart attack."

Reported by: Marceille Bandtel 
CALLOW, Horace Fredrick (I11919)
 
141 "I am sad to report that my Mother Marjorie passed away this morning after 83 wonderful and exciting trips around the Sun! I couldn't have ask for a better mother. She was the first woman office manager ever hired by IBM in 1951 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.. That's where she met my dad, Capt. Jim Tressel of the US Air Force. They married in 1952 and had the "4 Gs" Gary Grant Greg and Gail..My dad passed in 1993.. For my friends in Los Gatos she was the driving force behind the bells you hear at the Presbyterian Church on Shannon road..When you hear those bells ring on the hour please say a prayer for her..She also owned and operate Marjorie's Itimate Apparel in the Town and Country Shopping Center, and Almaden Fashion Plaza..Her Business Card read "Marjorie Tressel..Queen of the Undie World"..After moving to Oregon she and her husband, DeWayne, started IMI and employed over 800 people at it's height.. She was also on the Board of Director's Of Rogue CC College..and made the Grants Pass Campus what it is today.."

Posted on Facebook by her son, Grant 
JORDAN, Marjorie R (I6480)
 
142 "I do bequeath and devise to my beloved son, James, 169 acres of that land, etc..." BONINE, Elias Sr. (I15698)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. YOST, Wayne Lee (I13991)
 
144 "In 1661 a patent was granted to William Bodie for the transport of thirty-five persons.  Among these was William Hancock." HANCOCK, William H. (I11015)
 
145 "In 1828, John Elliott became a citizen of Paris. He was born in Mary-
land, and previous to his settlement here had lived in Belmont and Adams
Counties, and had married Hannah Westlake.

Within a few years after he came, he was the owner of a farm of 200 acres in the northwestern part of the township, where he passed the remainder of his life. In earlier life, he was an ardent Methodist, but he afterward was one of the prime movers in the organization of the United Brethren Church. His politics were Democratic.

Mr. Elliott was twice married. By the first marriage he had two children, by
the last ten, many of whom still live in Paris Township.
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Source: The History of Union County Ohio, W. H. Beers & Co. 1883
Volume II, Part 1.
 
ELLIOTT, John Sr. (I3938)
 
146 "In 1846 Jacob Grabiel came, in company with his brother, John, to Logan County, and purchased, in partnership, the lands where they now [1880] reside, and for three years boarded with George Ausley, when they made arrangements to keep 'batchelor's hall' together, which felicitous plan they followed for two years, Jacob acting in the capacity of cook, until, satisfied with this stupid programme, married and set up in life on a higher plane, asnd has the following family..." GRABIEL, Jacob (I5336)
 
147 "In 1846 Jacob Grabiel came, in company with his brother, John, to Logan County, and purchased, in partnership, the lands where they now [1880] reside, and for three years boarded with George Ausley, when they made arrangements to keep 'batchelor's hall' together, which felicitous plan they followed for two years, Jacob acting in the capacity of cook, until, satisfied with this stupid programme, married and set up in life on a higher plane, asnd has the following family..." GRABIEL, John Jr. (I12531)
 
148 "In 1856, John acquired the 160 acre farm which had belonged to his parents. He was one of the prosperous farmers of that time in the community. He built a large bank barn and later, in 1874, built at new brick home." HAUENSTEIN, John R. (I9399)
 
149 "In 1918, Dode Lamson and Harry Page Maus constructed an organ for the Quilna Theatre in Lima [Ohio] and, based on its success, established the Page Organ Company in 1923. They eventually sold about one hundred instruments, perhaps half of them to theaters, many in Ohio, but one as far away as California's Catalina Island (where it still serenades patrons of the resort's one-thousand seat Art Deco movie palace) and others to radio stations in Chicago and Fort Wayne. Introduction of the talkies let to a downturn in the business, and destruction of the factory by fire in 1931 sealed the fate of the enterprise."

Source: Osborne, William, "Music in Ohio," Kent State University Press, 2004, p. 498 
MAUS, Harry Page (I3587)
 
150 "In April 1679, when Randall Holt II prepared his will, he left his personal property to his wife, Elizabeth, and all of his land to his eldest son, John. Sons William and Thomas were named as reversionary heirs if John failed to outlive his father. " HOLT, Randall II (I11013)
 

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