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Family of William M STEWART and Ann LAUGHLIN
|Husband:||William M STEWART (1794-1885)|
|Wife:||Ann LAUGHLIN (1795-1847)|
|Marriage||22 Feb 1816||Pendleton, , South Carolina, USA 1|
Husband: William M STEWART
|Name:||William M STEWART 1|
|Father:||Robert STEWART (1762-1846)|
|Mother:||Margaret MCCALLEN (1767-1821)|
|Birth||24 Apr 1794||Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA 1|
|Death||12 Nov 1885 (age 91)||Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA 1|
|Burial||Sumner, Pierce County, Washington, USA 1|
Wife: Ann LAUGHLIN
|Name:||Ann LAUGHLIN 1|
|Father:||John LAUGHLIN ( - )|
|Mother:||Mary DALRYMPLE ( - )|
|Birth||22 May 1795||Pendleton District, South Carolina, USA|
|Death||23 Mar 1847 (age 51)||Johnson County, Iowa, USA|
|Burial||Dairydale, , Iowa, USA|
Note on Husband: William M STEWART
He had very heavy dark brown hair & light blue eyes. He was Cumberland Presbyterian.
Politics: Personal Freedom, free speech, free vote, freeland for all.
A LETTER TO UNCLE ABE LINCOLN WHOM HE WAS PRESIDENT DURING HIS FIRST TERM 1862 or June 1863-
"Good Luck to you brave Uncle Abe,
You've done your part goodman to save us,
To Please the good and save the poor
That Jeff and Dick may nere' enslave us." (1863)
"But know good man, if you were God,
You could not make the wrong be right sir,
Just say what you will and do what you please,
You cannot make the black be white sir."
"You know perhaps what men are true,
But, God is true, and he is just sir,
Then lead the men of valient mein,
The which you will , as we do trust sir."
"But, if you lead us as you should
The worlds award will be TRUE GREATNESS.
But, mind ye sir don't serve old Nick
Or sad will be your final straightness."
"Dear Uncle Abe we know dear Friend,
That you're a man, so is a nigger,
And if ye fail to make him free,
You'll one day make a sorry figure."
"Think what you will good Uncle Abe
Of All your troops, and wealth and power.
But, if you leave one slave in bonds
That sin might crush you in an hour."
"The rights of man are mighty things
Which rise above all earthly towers
They sour above all human laws
And trample down the tyrants powers."
"But know it sir when law has failed
To fill its place and men become aspirants
Then God will plead the poor mans cause
Proud and hearthy tyrants
and kill those"
"The rights of any honest man,
That labors in a useful station,
Is worth far more in sight of heaven,
Than all the laws of any nation."
"Then come what will good Uncle Abe
Fill well your place; give EACH his rights, sir.
Then without Flattery all may say
You shine among the brightest Lights sir."
"But, Leave one single slave in bonds
And curses may on your descend sir.
You have the RIGHT and powers too
Then ACT, or justice may not ye defend, sir."
"God Raised you up Good Uncle Abe
To play the man and not the King Saul, sir.
Then bless the poor and FREE the slave
Or very great may be your fall, sir."
"Make mankind FREE, dear Uncle Abe,
Secure to all their every Right sir,
Then all will feel disposed to say
Your light is the Light of Christ Sir."
Yours will all due Reverence and Regards,
William M. Stewart
To Abraham Lincoln
More About WILLIAM M. STEWART:
Cause of Death: Old age
Fact 1: Scotch Irish
Fact 2: Mechanic, Cabinet maker, Preacher
Fact 3: Protestant, Cumberland Presbyterian, Congregationalist.
He married (1) PHOEBE ROSS 8-17-1847 in Linn Co., IA, daughter of EDWARD ROSS and MARY AXTELL. (Mary, born 7 February 178 6 in New Jersey was the daughter of Luther Axtell and Hannah Conduit, he moved to Washington Co., PA with his cousins, Thomas and Daniel)
She was born 7-04-1817 in Mercer Co., PA, and died 7-20-1848. He married (2) ANN LAUGHLIN 2-22-1816 in Pendleton , South Carolina, daughter of JOHN LAUGHLIN and MARY DALRYMPLE . She was born 5-22-1795 in Pendleton District, South Carolina , and died 3-23-1847 in Johnson Co.., buried: Dairydale, IA. He married (3) MARY COCHRAN ROBB WATKINS Aft. 1849, daughter of JOHN ROBB and RHODA AXTELL. She was born 8-13-1816 in Mercer, PA, and died 1-26-1873.
1. WILLIAM1 STEWART was born 1722 in Clough, Antriam, Ireland, and died 1804
in Adams, Brown Co.. OH. Buried: Red Oak Cemetery. He married MARY ANN
(POLLOCK) POLK PARK 7-07-1762 in Clough, Antriam, Ireland. She was born 1725
in Clough, Antriam, Ireland, and died 1787 in Cumberland Valley , Fayette Co..
Tyrone Church, PA.
Notes for WILLIAM STEWART:
7-7-1762, a passport was issued to William Stewart, Linen Weaver , and Ann Park
with their families, to go to PA, America, from Clough , Antriam, Ireland.
His ancestors had left Scotland on account of religious and political reasons.[Polly Cottons.FTW]
More About WILLIAM STEWART:
Fact 1: 7-07-1762, Passport issued. Ireland to PA, America
Fact 2: 1765, Sailed for New Castle, Delaware.
More About MARY ANN (POLLOCK) POLK PARK:
Fact 1: Ancestor of President James K. Polk (Robert Pollock)
Children of WILLIAM STEWART and MARY PARK are:
i. MARY2 STEWART, m. WILLIAM WILSON.
ii. JAMES STEWART, b. 5-28-1755, Clough, Antriam, Ireland; d. 9- 15-1833,Randolph Co., IN; m. MARY MCCALLEN, 1790.
iii. MARGARET STEWART, b. 10-10-1761, Clough, Antriam, Ireland ; d. 5-18-1848, Fayette Co., PA; m. JAMES TORRENCE, 1783, Pennsylvania.
2. iv. ROBERT STEWART, b. 12-28-1762, Clough Co.., Antrim, Ireland; d. 3-18-1846, Greenville, Bond Co.., IL.
v. ANN STEWART, b. 8-05-1765, Born at Sea; d. 10-23-1823, Fleming Co., KY; m. JOHN HOOD, 9-18-1786.
Generation No. 2
2. ROBERT2 STEWART (WILLIAM1) was born 12-28-1762 in Clough County. , Antrim, Ireland, and died 3-18-1846 in Greenville, Bond Co.., Illinois. He married MARGARET MCCALLEN 5-02-1793 in Brownville, Fayette, PA. She was born 1767 in Fayette Co., Pennsylvania, and died 1821 in Adams, Brown, OH.
Notes for ROBERT STEWART:
Emigrated to KY, near Frankfort.
Children of ROBERT STEWART and MARGARET MCCALLEN are:
i. WILLIAM M.3 STEWART, b. 4-24-1794, Brownsville, Fayette Co.. , PA; d. 11-12-1885, Puyallup, WA, buried: Sumner, WA; m. (1) PHOEBE ROSS, 8-17-1847, Linn Co., IA; b. 7-0 4-1817, Mercer Co., PA; d. 7-20-1848; m. (2) ANN LAUGHLIN, 2-22-1816, Pendleton, South Carolina; b. 5-22-1795, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. 3-23-1847,
Johnson Co.., buried: Dairydale, IA; m. (3) MARY COCHRAN ROBB WATKINS, Aft. 1849; b. 8-13-1816, Mercer, PA; d. 1-26-1873.
Notes for ANN LAUGHLIN: Dark hair, Hazel eyes.
ii. MARY STEWART, b. 1796, Washington Mason Co.. KY; m. JOHN NEWTON LAUGHLIN, 9-18-1823.
iii. ROBERT R. STEWART, b. 5-1798; m. (1) ANN DEMINA MCCORD; m . (2) LAURA MARIE; m. (3) LUCY; m. (4) MARTHA NARCISSA WILLIS, 3 -23-1820, Red Oak, Brown Co., OH.
iv. ANN STEWART, b. 7-19-1800, Washington Mason Co.. KY; d. 10-10 -1885, La Grande, OR; m. JAMES WHAREY WILLIS, 9-24-1819, Red Oak , Brown Co., OH.
v. JOHN STEWART, b. 1801, Eagle Creek, Adams Co., OH; d. 11 -24-1834; m. NANCY BAIRD, 10-27-1825, Red Oak, Brown Co., Ohio.
vi. MARGARET STEWART, b. 1803, Eagle Creek, Adams Co., OH ; d. 1803.
vii. SARAH STEWART, b. 6-09-1805, Eagle Creek, Adams Co., Ohio; m. GEORGE BURDER WILLIS, 1-05-1826, Red Oak, Brown Co, OH.
viii. ELIZABETH STEWART, b. 1808.
ix. JAMES PARK STEWART, b. 1-29-1810, Eagle Creek, Adams Co , OH; d. 1894; m. (1) WIFE MITCHELL; m. (2) MARY LEEPER, 9-21- 1836.
"A Pioneer History & Genealogical Record of Rev. Wm. M. Stewart and Decendants"
By Merrill G. Henry (Clan Genealogist)
Note on Wife: Ann LAUGHLIN
Notes for ANN LAUGHLIN: Dark hair, Hazel eyes [Judith Feigenbaum nee Maxey]
Possibly related to other Laughlin's who have connections with William's relatives. See John Newton Laughlin. Needs checking. [Jon Axtell]1
|1||Judith Feigenbaum, "Ancestry Public Member Tree (Judith_Maxey_Family_Tree)" (Judith_Maxey_Family_Tree).|