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Axtell One Name Study

First Generation

1. John AXTELL [544] was born in 1521 in Gatasden, Hertfordshire, England, UK. He married in 1540 (approx.). He died in 1561 (approx.).

 

Ancestor to the American Axtells and Daniel Axtell the regicide.

 

John AXTELL had the following children:

 

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John AXTELL (1561?- ) [536]

Second Generation

2. John AXTELL [536], son of John AXTELL [544], was born in 1561 (approx.) in England, UK. 1 He married Anne BRISTOW [9546] in 1586 (approx.) in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. He died "ABT 1591/1652" in England. 1

 

NOTES: Ancestral File : MZ0N-0D from http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I872.html

NOTES: His father could be John Axstyl (b.1521, Gatasden, Hertfordshire, England, d.~1561). Or it could be William Axtell (b.~1520, d.1568) who married Joan Wells (b.~1520, d.1584) in 1543.

NOTES: William and Joan could have had a Henry, a John Axstyl (b1561), and a Willam Axtell (b1587) though the dates are quite spread out.

 

Anne BRISTOW 2 [9546] was born in 1567 (approx.) in Berkhampstead. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

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William AXTELL (1587-1638) [527]

Third Generation

3. William AXTELL 3 [527], son of John AXTELL [536] and Anne BRISTOW [9546], was christened in 1541 in St. Peters Church, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 3 He was baptised on 4 March 1586 at St Peter's in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 4 He was born in 1587 in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 5 He married Thomasine CUTLER [528] in 1618 (approx.) in Hertfordshire, England, UK. 5 He married her in 1618 (approx.) in Herefordshire, England, UK. He died on 23 May 1638 in Berkhampstead.

 

NOTES: Ancestral File : 8WGZ-QC from http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I186.html

NOTES: http://www.e-familytree.net/ F245/F245394.htm notes William Axtell as being John Axstyl's son, and puts his birth between 1541 and 1587.

NOTES: William might have married a Dorothy Symonds (b.1543-1568). A John or William or John (William) seems have married a Dorothy. Though the birth dates for John and William are different with John being 1561 and WIlliam being 1541. 1561 soundsa better bet with William Axtell father being 26 when he was born which is about right for the time which leads it to be John Axtell as William's father.

NOTES: "One of William's ancestors was apparently an Augustinian monk, Johannes Axstyl, who, with the other monks at Gatesden, deeded over their monastery to the English King when Henry VIII broke with the Catholic Church. Johannes apparently changed his name to John Axtell and had a family. " - Source: Silas B. Axtell describes this connection in a 1952 speech he gave at a family reunion, The Axtell Heritage <axsilasb.html>. He also speculates about a possible connection back to 1327. The speech (in the Conclusion) says that the monk was William's father, but the dates are too spread out for that scenario to be reasonable.

DEATH: http://awtc.ancestry. com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&;db=zehmw&id=I10867&ti=5538 has death on 23/5/1638.

 

Ancestral File : 8WGZ-QC. 3

 

Thomasine CUTLER 1,3 [528], daughter of Nelson CUTLER (1570?- ) [9544] and Jennifer YOUNG (1570?- ) [9545], was born in 1591 in Berkhampstead. 5 She died after 1637. She died in 1675 in Berkhampstead. 5 She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Nathaniel AXTELL (1612-1640) [537]

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John AXTELL (1614- ) [538]

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William AXTELL (1616- ) [539]

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Thomas AXTELL (1619-1646) [9807]

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Daniel AXTELL (1622-1660) [529]

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Samuel AXTELL (1624- ) [540]

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Sarah AXTELL (b.1628, bur.1665) [541]

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Joane AXTELL (1630?- ) [542]

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Ann AXTELL (frm1633-1687) [543]

Fourth Generation

4. Nathaniel AXTELL 3 [537], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born in 1612 in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. He married Sarah WALLACE [9547] in 1634 (approx.) in Massachusetts, USA. He died on 12 June 1640.

 

NOTES: http://www.d im.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I873.html.

 

Sarah WALLACE 2 [9547] was born in 1615 (approx.).

 

5. John AXTELL 3 [538], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 14 August 1614 in Berkhampstead. He died in England, UK.

 

NOTES: http://www.d im.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I874.html.

 

6. William AXTELL 3 [539], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 1 December 1616 in Berkhampstead. He died in England.

 

NOTES: http://www.d im.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I875.html.

 

7. Thomas AXTELL 1,3,6 [9807], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 26 January 1619 in Berkhampstead. 6,7 He was baptised on 26 February 1619 in St Peter's Church, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. He married Mary Ann STARR [530] in May 1638 in St Peter, Great Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. He married her in 1638 (approx.) in England. 6 He died on 8 March 1646 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 6 He was buried in Sudbury.

 

From http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I667.html

Son of William and Thomasine Axtell, was baptised in St. Peter's Church, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, January 26, 1619 (N.S.). His father died in 1638. He married Mary-- probably in 1638; two children were born to them in England, and their baptism is recorded in St. Peter's. They left England as early as 1643, for in October of that year, Thomas purchased five acres of land in Sudbury, Massachusetts, of EdmondRice, who himself had come from Berkhamstead five years earlier. This land is described as "lying in ye south part of ye town-bounds, the southwest side lying to the commons and joined to the land of Edmond Rice, southward and northward to the highway leading from Sudbury to Mr. Duston's farm." This is what is now Wayland near "The Five Paths." Thomas took the oath of fidelity July 8, 1645. He died in March, 1646, and was buried the 8th of that month. The following is the inventory of ThomasAxtell of Sudbury, lately deceased,

Imprimi:

His land and house 8/ 10s

Cattle 8/ 10s

Wearing apparel and bedding with his arms 10/

Brass and pewter 5/

Edmond Rice bought back the land, six acres, and dwelling house. This was near the spring. The story told in those words is short, indeed, but we are permitted to see what it stands for. The young Englishman was a soldier or at least trained to arms; he was of strong puritanical leanings, like his brother Daniel the regicide. With his wife and two little ones he followed his neighbor across the sea to make his home in a frontier settlement of New England. Scarcely had he set up his roof tree in the wilderness when hardships and exposure struck him down. With his last breath he leaves his little all for the helpless group about his death bed. Mary, the widow of Thomas, appears to have married John Maynard, a widower with a boy of eight, on June 16, 1646.

 

son of William and Thomasine Axtell, was baptised in St. Peter's Church,

Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, January 26, 1619 (N.S.). His father

died in 1638. He married Mary -- probably in 1638; two children were born to

them in England, and their baptism is recorded in St. Peter's. They left

England as early as 1643, for in October of that year, Thomas purchased five

acres of land in Sudbury, Massachusetts, of Edmond Rice, who himself had come

from Berkhamstead five years earlier. This land is described as "lying in ye

south part of ye town-bounds, the southwest side lying to the commons and

joined to the land of Edmond Rice, southward and northward to the highway

leading from Sudbury to Mr. Duston's farm." This is what is now Wayland near

"The Five Paths." Thomas took the oath of fidelity July 8, 1645. He died in

March, 1646, and was buried the 8th of that month. The following is the

inventory of Thomas Axtell of Sudbury, lately deceased,

Imprimi:

His land and house 8£ 10s

Cattle 8£ 10s

Wearing apparel and bedding with his arms 10£

Brass and pewter 5£

Edmond Rice bought back the land, six acres, and dwelling house. This was

near the spring.

The story told in those words is short, indeed, but we are permitted to

see what it stands for. The young Englishman was a soldier or at least

trained to arms; he was of strong puritanical leanings, like his brother

Daniel the regicide. With his wife and two little ones he followed his

neighbor across the sea to make his home in a frontier settlement of New

England. Scarcely had he set up his rooftree in the wilderness when hardships

and exposure struck him down.

With his last breath he leaves his little all for the helpless group about

his death bed. Mary, the widow of Thomas, appears to have married John

Maynard, a widower with a boy of eight, on June 16, 1646. 6

 

Some records have Thomas' birth in 1618 and his death in 1645 but the actual dates match. Transciption errors?

 

son of William and Thomasine Axtell, was baptised in St. Peter's Church,

Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, January 26, 1619 (N.S.). His father

died in 1638. He married Mary -- probably in 1638; two children were born to

them in England, and their baptism is recorded in St. Peter's. They left

England as early as 1643, for in October of that year, Thomas purchased five

acres of land in Sudbury, Massachusetts, of Edmond Rice, who himself had come

from Berkhamstead five years earlier. This land is described as "lying in ye

south part of ye town-bounds, the southwest side lying to the commons and

joined to the land of Edmond Rice, southward and northward to the highway

leading from Sudbury to Mr. Duston's farm." This is what is now Wayland near

"The Five Paths." Thomas took the oath of fidelity July 8, 1645. He died in

March, 1646, and was buried the 8th of that month. The following is the

inventory of Thomas Axtell of Sudbury, lately deceased,

Imprimi:

His land and house 8Ð 10s

Cattle 8Ð 10s

Wearing apparel and bedding with his arms 10Ð

Brass and pewter 5Ð

Edmond Rice bought back the land, six acres, and dwelling house. This was

near the spring.

The story told in those words is short, indeed, but we are permitted to

see what it stands for. The young Englishman was a soldier or at least

trained to arms; he was of strong puritanical leanings, like his brother

Daniel the regicide. With his wife and two little ones he followed his

neighbor across the sea to make his home in a frontier settlement of New

England. Scarcely had he set up his rooftree in the wilderness when hardships

and exposure struck him down.

With his last breath he leaves his little all for the helpless group about

his death bed. Mary, the widow of Thomas, appears to have married John

Maynard, a widower with a boy of eight, on June 16, 1646. 3

 

Mary Ann STARR 3,6,8 [530], daughter of Comfort STARR (bap.1589, d.1659) [9548] and Elizabeth MITCHELL (1588-1658) [9549], was born on 16 April 1620 in Ashford, Kent, England, UK. She married John MAYNARD on 14 June 1646. She married him on 16 June 1646. 3 She died on 22 April 1659 in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 22 April 1659 in Subdury, Massachusetts, USA. 3 She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Mary AXTELL (1639-1704) [545]

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Henry AXTELL (1641-1676) [9580]

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Lydia AXTELL (1644-1717) [11085]

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Hannah AXTELL (1646?-1683) [9582]

 

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      Daniel AXTELL, 1660?, age 38
 

8. Daniel AXTELL 3,9 [529], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 26 May 1622 in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 3 He was baptised on 26 May 1622 in Berkhampstead. He died of Execution on 19 October 1660 in Tyburn, London, England, UK. 3,5 At some point he married Rebecca [28837] .

 

The Regicide

Unsure if married or even had children even with the number of trees on Ancestry stating that he did. Seems to have married a Rebecca and had Daniel/Landgrave Daniel (1640-1683) or Daniel 1658-1687), William (1646-1795!!! *), Annette (1655-?), and another daughter (1649-?).

 

Colonel Daniel Axtell[1] (1622-1660) was Captain of the Parliamentary Guard at the trial of King Charles I at Westminster Hall in 1649. Shortly after the Restoration he was hanged, drawn and quartered on 19 October 1660 for his part in the Regicide.

He was a Baptist from Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire who apprenticed as a grocer. He joined the New Model Army and rose to the Rank of Colonel. Apart from his participation in the regicide, he is best remembered for his participation in Pride's Purgeof the Long Parliament. His defence at his trial as a Regicide, that he was only obeying orders at the trial of the King, was refuted by several witnesses who testified that Axtell had behaved discourteously towards the King encouraging his men tojeer at or shout-out the King when he tried to speak in his own defence. He was executed by being hanged, drawn and quartered. His commanding officer Colonel Francis Hacker who had also been condemned as a Regicide was also executed. Axtell went tohis execution unrepentant declaring that he died for the "Good Old Cause".

Contents

1 Granny Castle

2 Miscellaneous

3 Further reading

4 Footnotes

Granny Castle

Granny Castle [Granagh Castle] beside the river Nore is an imposing ruin. Its early history is identified with that of its foundersand proprietors the earls of Ormond. "In the civil wars" writes Grosse "it was strongly garrisoned for the King and commanded by Captain Butler, Colonel Axtel the famous regicide who was governor of Kilkenny dispatched a party to reduce it, but they returned without accomplishing their orders; upon which Axtel himself marched out with two cannon and summoned thecastle to surrender on pain of military execution. Without any hope of relief it is no wonder the garrison submitted (Grose Antiquities Vol. II p. 79)

Miscellaneous

In 1678 Danial Axtell, the son of the regicide, fled to Carolina after his house in Stoke Newington was searched for seditious libels. He died in 1687.[2]

Further reading

Col. Daniel Axtell, Regicide - http://www.axtell family.org/axfamous/regicide/index.htm

Excerpts from his trial - h ttp://www.axtellfamily.org/axfamous/regicide/DanielAxtellTrial1660.htm

The History of Berkhamsted - http://www.dac orum.gov.uk/berkhamsted-t-centre/history.htm

British Civil Wars: Daniel Axtell, Soldier, Regicide, d.1660 - http://www.british-ci vil-wars.co.uk/biog/axtell.htm

The Diary of Samuel Pepys Friday 19 October 1660 - http://www.pepysdi ary.com/archive/1660/10/19/index.php

Footnotes

^ The family name is now spelt Axtell, but in some C17th records he is called Daniel Axtel and this spelling is used in some modern sources derived from those sources, for example House of Lords Record Office: The Death Warrant of King Charles I -http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld199899/ldparlac/ldrpt66.htm

^ British history on line:Stoke Newington Growth from A History of the county of MIDDLESEX volumn III by Diane K. Bolton Pub 1985. footnote 79:Cal. S.P. Dom. 1680-1, 307; 1682, 237; 1685, 5; D.N.B. - http://www.brit ish-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=10196. 10

 

From The Cavalier Songs and Ballads of England from 1642 to 1684

Edited by Charles Mackay c. 1862

The entire text is available online at Project Gutenberg.

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Ballad: A Relation

Of Ten grand infamous Traytors, who, for their horrid murder and detestable villany against our late soveraigne Lord King Charles the First, that ever blessed martyr, were arraigned, tryed, and executed in the moneth of October, 1660, which in perpetuity will be had in remembrance unto the world's end.

This is one of the Six Ballads of the Restoration found in a trunk, and sent by Sir W. C. Trevelyan to the British Museum. "No measure threw more disgrace on the Restoration," says Mr Wright, "than the prosecution of the regicides; and the heartless and sanguinary manner in which it was conducted tended more than any other circumstance to open the eyes of the people to the real character of the government to which they had been betrayed." Pepys observes on the 20th Oct., "A bloody week this and the last have been; there being ten hanged, drawn, and quartered."

The tune is "Come let us drinke, the time invites."

Hee that can impose a thing,

And shew forth a reason

For what was done against the King,

From the palace to the prison;

Let him here with me recite,

For my pen is bent to write

The horrid facts of treason.

Since there is no learned scribe

Nor arithmaticion

Ever able to decide

The usurp'd base ambition,

Which in truth I shall declare,

Traytors here which lately were,

Who wanted a phisitian.

For the grand disease that bred

Nature could not weane it;

From the foot unto the head,

Was putrefacted treason in it;

Doctors could no cure give,

Which made the squire then beleeve

That he must first begin it.

And the phisick did compose,

Within a pound of reason;

First to take away the cause,

Then to purge away the treason,

With a dosse of hemp made up,

Wrought as thickly as a rope,

And given them in due season.

The doctors did prescribe at last

To give 'um this potation,

A vomit or a single cast,

Well deserved, in purgation;

After that to lay them downe,

And bleed a veine in every one,

As traytors of the nation.

So when first the physicke wrought,

The thirteenth of October,

The patient on a sledge was brought,

Like a rebell and a rover,

To the execution tree;

Where with much dexterity

Was gently turned over.

THE SECOND PART - To the same tune.

Monday was the fifteenth day,

As Carew then did follow,

Of whom all men I thinke might say

In tyranny did deeply wallow;

Traytor proved unto the King,

Which made him on the gallowes swing,

And all the people hallow.

Tuesday, after Peters, Cooke,

Two notorious traytors,

That brought our soveraigne to the blocke,

For which were hang'd and cut in quarters;

'Twas Cooke which wrought the bloody thing

To draw the charge against our King,

That ever blessed martyr.

Next, on Wednesday, foure came,

For murthur all imputed,

There to answer for the same,

Which in judgement were confuted.

Gregorie Clement, Jones, and Scot,

And Scroop together, for a plot,

Likewise were executed.

Thursday past, and Friday then,

To end the full conclusion,

And make the traytors just up ten,

That day were brought to execution,

Hacker and proud Axtell he,

At Tyburne for their treachery

Received their absolution.

Being against the King and States,

The Commons all condemn'd 'um,

And their quarters on the gates

Hangeth for a memorandum

'Twixt the heavens and the earth;

Traytors are so little worth,

To dust and smoake wee'l send 'um.

Let now October warning make

To bloody-minded traytors,

That never phisicke more they take,

For in this moneth they lost their quarters;

Being so against the King,

Which to murther they did bring,

The ever blessed martyr.

London, printed for Fr. Coles, T. Vere, M. Wright, and W. Gilbertson. 11

 

Daniel Axtell, Regicide, 1622-60

Added by ninahull on 20 Mar 2008

Originally submitted by Mary_Ritch to The Ritch-Googe Family Tree on 18 Jan 2008

Daniel Axtell, Regicide, 1622-60

Born at Great Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, Daniel Axtell was apprenticed to a London grocer around 1638 and became a zealous member of WIlliam Kiffin's Baptist congregation. He joined Parliament's army during the First Civil War and by 1648, was a major in Colonel Hewson's regiment, serving with distinction on the campaign against the Royalist uprising in Kent during the Second Civil War. Axtell was lieutenant-colonel of Hewson's regiment during Pride's Purge, and in January 1649 he commanded the guards at Westminster Hall during the King's trial. He was later accused of threatening to shoot Lady Ann Fairfax when she interrupted the proceedings, of bullying and beating the soldiers to make them cry for "justice" and "execution", and of behaving discourteously towards the King.

Axtell served on Cromwell's invasion of Ireland in August 1649 and was appointed governor of Kilkenny in 1650. He stayed in Ireland when Henry Ireton took over from Cromwell as Lord-Deputy. In October 1650, Axtell defeated a large force of Confederates at Meelick on the River Shannon, but Ireton suspended him from command and sent him back to England for killing prisoners who had surrendered after promise of quarter. Axtell was captured at sea by Royalists and spent some time as a prisoner on the Isles of Scilly. After his release and following the death of Ireton, he returned to the governorship of Kilkenny. He was one of the representatives sent from Ireland to the First Protectorate Parliament in 1654. In 1655, Cromwell's son Henry became Lord-Deputy. Axtell opposed Henry's conciliatory attitude towards the Irish population. They also clashed over Henry's attempts to suppress the Baptists and other radical sects. Axtell resigned in protest in November 1656.

After the fall of the Protectorate in May 1659, Axtell returned briefly to Ireland as a colonel under the command of Edmund Ludlow but was sent back to England to support Lambert against Booth's Uprising in August 1659. Axtell was among the veterans of the Good Old Cause who responded to Lambert's last desperate attempt to rally military opposition to the Restoration in April 1660. He escaped from the fight at Daventry during which Lambert was captured by Colonel Ingoldsby, but was himself arrested shortly afterwards. Arraigned for treason for his actions during the King's trial, Axtell's plea that he had only followed orders was unsuccessful. On 19 October 1660, he was hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn and his head set up on Westminster Hall. He died bravely, declaring that he died for the Good Old Cause and praying for the conversion of King Charles II to a godly way of life.

References:

Alan Thomson, Daniel Axtell, Oxford DNB, 2004

C.V. Wedgwood, The Trial of Charles I, 1964

Links:

The Trial of Colonel Axtell, www.axtellfamily.org. 12

 

Cromwell attacks Kilkenny

Kilkenny Advertiser, July 31, 2008.

(Part One)

On March 22, 1650, the city was confronted with one of the greatest threats ever to its security and well-being.

Kilkenny had faced, and overcome, many great challenges in the course of its turbulent history. But the countdown to its darkest hours began on a frosty day in 1650. On March 22 of that year, a powerful military force under the command of Oliver Cromwell appeared at the city gates.

Kilkenny was a target of great strategic value to his army in Ireland. And its famed reputation as the seat of the rebel Confederacy elevated its importance and status even higher in the estimation of Cromwell and his anti-royalist forces.

James Butler, the Earl of Ormond, was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and in command of all the forces battling Cromwell’s invading army. He allocated command of his men in Leinster to Lord Castlehaven. Castlehaven in turn had appointed James Walsh governor of Kilkenny Castle and Sir Walter Butler governor of the city.

In the weeks preceding his arrival at the city gates, a combination of plague sickness and low morale among Royalist troops had weakened the defending Kilkenny garrison. Lord Castlehaven had reinforced the garrison with 1000 foot soldiers and 200 horsemen, but half of these had died of plague by the eve of the siege, and less than half of these, around 300, were fighting fit.

Lord Dillon’s army, a force of 1,500 foot and 600 horse, could have greatly augmented the ranks of the defenders. But these men flatly refused to come to Kilkenny’s defence. They saw resistance to Cromwell as hopeless.

Background to the Siege

So how did Cromwell come to be at the gates of Kilkenny on that day in March 1650? To answer that we must go back a bit further, to August of the previous year, when he landed in Dublin with an army of more than 17,000 crack troops…men trained to the pitch of military perfection.

Having subdued Drogheda, whose garrison his forces eliminated with ease, he turned his attention in a southerly direction. Wexford fell to his rampaging forces on October 11th. New Ross followed on the 19th. Sweeping across South Kilkenny, he captured Carrick-on-Suir on November 23rd.

Waterford put up stiff resistance, holding out against seemingly impossible odds. Cromwell and his army hunkered down in winter quarters in Cork throughout December and January.

But on January 29th, his mighty spring offensive got underway. He cut across Tipperary like a hot knife through butter. Fethard capitulated without a shot being fired. Cashel proved another virtual walkover for the puritan leader, after which he felt confident that Kilkenny City would fall quickly into his hands. He was encouraged in this belief by an act of treachery by an officer of the city garrison called Tickle.

This gentleman, thinking it was better to be on the likely winning side in the ongoing military campaign, sent letters to Cromwell, offering vital information that could have eased the way to a bloodless victory for the invaders.

In one missive he wrote: "If your Excellency will draw before this town I will send a messenger unto you upon your first approach, and shall give an account of the weakest part of the town and the force within exactly".

Cromwell offered Tickle £4,000, a high command in his army, and the governorship of Kilkenny in return for the proposed betrayal.

Unfortunately for Cromwell, and even more so for Tickle, some of these treasonous letters were intercepted. Tickle was half-hanged and disembowelled for his betrayal. Apart from this hiccup- the discovery of the traitor in the City garrison- Cromwell was also wary of the fact that plague had been ravaging Kilkenny for weeks.

Whilst this malady had depleted the strength of the defending garrison- a plus for the attackers-it also posed an obvious and deadly risk to forces attempting to enter the city. Another factor in his decision to delay the big push on Kilkenny was a lack of firepower and other resources vital for a siege. Over-reliance on the co-operation of the traitor had caused him to scale down his forces.

Following this initial setback in his quest to capture Kilkenny, Cromwell diverted his forces to attack Callan, which resisted, but fell to the Cromwellians after three days of fierce fighting (see Kilkenny: People Places Faces for a detailed account of the battle for Callan).

Captain Mark Geoghegan, who led the defence of Skerry’s Castle in West Street, Callan, died defending the town. The remaining members of the garrison and many civilians were then massacred. Geoghegan’s wife escaped after killing at least a dozen enemy troops during the siege.

By mid-March, Cromwell had stormed into Thomastown. The defenders were crushed like ripe tomatoes. His troops went berserk in Gowran, killing men, women, and children at random after seizing control of the village. Its castle was burned to the ground. Gowran became a staging ground for the next phase of the campaign in this County: The attack on Kilkenny City.

From Gowran, Cromwell led his forces to the city via Bennettsbridge. Along the way, he performed a major atrocity that struck even greater fear into the hearts of an already jittery and panic-stricken city population. Between Ballyhale and Castlemorris, on the northern edge of the Walshe Mountains, stood Castle Howel.

Since Howel Walshe built the castle in the 13th century, the Walshes had proudly occupied it. The Cromwellians became quickly aware of its strategic location. It was perched on mountainous land and its occupants had a wide panoramic view across the Central Plain of the county.

Old Kilkenny with John Fitzgerald

Every week in the Kilkenny Advertiser, local historian, John Fitzgerald will take you through an excerpt of his book - 'Kilkenny - A blast from the past' . On this page each week you will find anecdotes about old Kilkenny and pictures of the people and streets of the past. Many will be familiar to some and for others it will be a first snapshot of what our city looked like in the good old days. We hope you will enjoy this page which reminds us of how it used to be.

John Fitzgerald can be contacted on 056 7725543 or email: jfitzg3@eircom.net

From http://www.advertiser.ie/k ilkenny/article/774.

 

Cromwell Attacks Kilkenny

Kilkenny Advertiser, September 18, 2008.

(Part Three)

With John Fitzgerald

A second storming party under Colonel Hewson was also beaten back. Wounded and dying men lay heaped on both sides of the breach in the wall. Body parts were scattered everywhere.

Decapitated corpses, arms, legs, and torsos seemed to quiver and move…taking on a new life of their own amidst the gurgling streams of hot blood that washed over them. The ear-splitting cries of injured men unnerved both attackers and defenders.

Cromwell lost a total of 70 troops, two colonels, and a number of lower ranking officers in the two attacks. The garrison lost 30 men.

When a furious Cromwell ordered a third attack on this heavily defended breach; his troops refused to obey. Such disloyalty to the Lord Protector from his men was rare enough, and an indication that his initial confidence in a quick victory had been dented by the garrison’s fighting spirit.

He then decided on a diversionary tactic. Giving the impression that his forces were preparing for a third storming of the breach, he dispatched a large force to Dean’s Gate at Irishtown, which, it must be remembered, was totally separate from the Hightown or Englishtown.

Unfortunately for Kilkenny, it was also less adequately defended. Apart from being the weakest point in the city’s defences, Irishtown had immense strategic value to the invaders because it encompassed St Canice’s Cathedral. This rose to a considerable height and thus offered a panoramic view of Englishtown.

Col Ewers led one thousand Cromwellian troops to attack Irishtown and seize the cathedral. The attackers approached Dean’s Gate by a route that took them down by New Street, Flood Street and Blackmill Street. They rapidly overcame the poorly armed, plague-ridden and badly undernourished defenders.

Within a matter of hours, they had completely occupied Irishtown. Rampaging troops smashed their way into the cathedral.

Having subdued Irishtown, Cromwell re-directed his efforts to capturing Hightown, with its formidable defences. He attempted to break through a section of the city wall that ran alongside the River Bregagh at St Francis Abbey.

On Wednesday, March 27, his troops managed to create a breach in the wall where it adjoined the Abbey. For a while, this breakthrough seemed to herald imminent disaster for the garrison.

But the city governor was alerted and the defenders quickly counter-attacked. Irish and Royalist horsemen cut down the Cromwellians at this location. Thirty or more skeletons were unearthed at the spot in the late 20th century.

Despite this morale boost for the garrison, the city governor realised that his forces would soon be completely outflanked and overwhelmed by sheer weight of numbers. Letters had passed back and forth between the opposing sides since the invaders had arrived at the city gates.

Defiant at first, Butler now began to soften his position. Lord Castlehaven had specified to him days earlier that if the city were not relieved by 7 pm on March 27th, he should surrender on the best terms possible if the alternative was an all-out massacre of the population.

He organised a parley to explore the possibility of an honourable surrender to Cromwell. The group he appointed to meet the enemy beyond the south wall of the city comprised prominent citizens and pillars of the Kilkenny establishment: Captain David Turnball, Edward Rothe, the well known merchant, James Cowley, Recorder of Kilkenny, and Major John Comerford.

Later that evening, even as surrender was being negotiated, eight companies of foot soldiers under Colonel Gifford crossed the Nore and set about storming St John’s Gate at the corner of Maudlin Street.

But these troops met with a hail of gunfire and fierce resistance from defending swordsmen when they tried to cross John’s Bridge to enter the City by this point. Around fifty Cromwellians died in the skirmish.

Though the besiegers had been put under severe pressure, both sides knew that capitulation was only a matter of time. The bloodletting soon stopped as terms of surrender were agreed upon and signed.

Next morning, March 28, Cromwell’s forces took control of Kilkenny and its proud castle. The garrison was allowed to leave the city, but fines totalling £2,000 were imposed on the civic population of Kilkenny in the weeks that followed, an amount equivalent to about ninety million Euro in today’s monetary terms. These fines were to reimburse Cromwell for the cost of his bloody siege.

The triumphant leader appointed Lt Colonel Axtel as Governor of Kilkenny. He had shown true heroism in the course of the siege. This impressed Cromwell, who also favoured Axtel because he had been the officer in charge of the guard at the execution of King Charles I following the Crown’s defeat in the English Civil War.

From http://www.advertiser.ie/ kilkenny/article/2028.

 

Cromwell Attacks Kilkenny (Part Four)

Kilkenny Advertiser, October 02, 2008.

The effects of the fighting on Kilkenny were devastating. Apart from the human cost, many important buildings bore the brunt of the siege and the cruel occupation that followed it. St Patrick’s Church, from which the opening barrages of cannon-fire had rained down on the city, was completely obliterated. Today not a trace of the building remains.

The homes of ordinary citizens in Kilkenny had been gutted in the fighting. The houses of wealthier families at the time were mainly stone-built with roofs of slate. But the houses of poor folk were thatched and built of wattles and clay. These had proven especially vulnerable to artillery fire during the siege.

Bishop David Rothe, who had so proudly and happily welcomed Cardinal Rinnucinni to Kilkenny a few years before, departed the city with the garrison on the morning of March 28th 1650.

The surrender terms allowed the city’s inhabitants to leave with their possessions, so he felt he had nothing to fear. But a party of Cromwellians raided the rearguard of the retiring garrison when it had reached a point about two miles outside the city.

Soldiers waylaid the bishop’s carriage. They robbed him of all his money, and then pulled him from the carriage, stripped him of his clothes and covered him with a vermin infested cloak.

Hearing of this incident, Cromwell permitted the traumatised bishop to return to the city, where he died a month later. He was buried in the tomb of his ancestors in St Mary’s Church.

St Canice’s Cathedral was badly damaged during the siege and its aftermath. The new city governor, Colonel Axtel, had quartered his regiment in the place of worship. The aisles had been converted into stabling for horses. Parts of the roof were torn down, five of its large bells were stolen, and its stained glass windows were shattered with gun butts and axes.

A marble holy water font and many sacred or ancient monuments were smashed to pieces. Horses drank from the remaining fonts. After knocking down the cathedral’s doors, troops herded pigs into both the building itself and the burial ground around it. The pigs, and stray hungry dogs, were encouraged to gnaw at the bones of the dead.

Shortly before he died, Bishop Rothe had the misfortune to witness some of the destruction, which may have hastened his demise. He saw Cromwellian troops hacking away at priceless works of medieval art and sculpture. And he saw them tossing shards of illuminated stained glass from the cathedral into a gaping pit.

Other clergy had to hide from the occupation forces. A legend, which may have some factual basis, claims that a number of ecclesiastics on the run sought refuge in a concealed chamber of the Black Abbey. The story went that among the select few people who knew of their hiding place was a woman called Thornton who spilled the beans- or to be more precise, the milk- on them.

She led the troops to the chamber by spilling milk along the road up to where the entrance to the chamber could be found. The Cromwellians then supposedly dragged them out and killed them on the spot. The lady who betrayed them received a grant of land as a reward, according to this tradition.

Another legend relates to the profanement of Kilkenny’s Market Cross by Cromwellian soldiers. This magnificent stone structure (see picture in chapter on Confederation) stood close to the present location of the same name. Four columns supported it and devout folk could ascend it on its four sides by flights of stone steps. From its highest point rose a sculptured figure of the Crucifixion.

Shortly after the occupation forces entered the city, a band of troops gathered in the market place around this monument. Aiming their muskets, they opened fire on the Crucifixion symbol to aggravate locals and show them who was in charge. They then broke off pieces of the monument and scattered these on the street.

This part of the story is believable, and the incident would have been quite typical of Cromwell’s troops in the aftermath of a military triumph. But the legend goes on to describe what became of the "profaning scoundrels" who desecrated the Market Cross. Within a few days, each of the seven soldiers involved had died of "a strange malady"…Heaven’s revenge, locals believed.

Outside the city, Governor Axtel made his presence equally felt. He had no qualms about suppressing any hint of opposition to Cromwellian rule within his jurisdiction.

After hostilities had ceased, he instructed his troops to round up fifty inhabitants of Thomastown and execute them as a reprisal for an ambush mounted the previous day in the district by a mixed group of Royalist and native Irish fighters.

A makeshift gallows was erected. The men and women chosen were hanged one by one as families and friends were compelled to watch. The scene of unspeakable horror was preserved for a week to ensure that locals got the message.

On Axtel’s orders, Cromwellian troops shot and killed a group of forty men, women and children in a field near Kildonan Wood.

Axtel had a Fitzgarret of Brow beheaded because the man’s father had fought in the King's army against Cromwell. The sons of the Butlers of Ballykeeffe and Bonnettstown were hanged for the same "offence".

Francis Frisby, a former servant of the Earl of Ormonde, also drew the wrath of Axtel and his Roundhead goons. A protestant and Englishman, Frisby was tortured to death in Kilkenny Castle.

Captain Thomas Shortall was hanged by Axtel simply because he owned a fine estate two miles outside Kilkenny that the Cromwellians had their eyes on.

(An interesting local curio: Before attacking Kilkenny City, Cromwell is reputed to have encamped in Bennettsbridge on what has ever since been known as Cannon Hill, just yards from where the Nore Folk Museum now stands.

And in 1690, the same venue witnessed another large-scale military presence when King William of Orange, better known as King Billy of the Boyne, passed over Cannon Hill on his way south after routing his enemies. There is an excellent display of cannons and other military memorabilia showcased at the Nore Folk Museum, which is well worth a visit.

The museum also proudly flies the Confederate flag that once fluttered in the breeze over Kilkenny in the 1640s, when the City hosted a national parliament that effectively ruled Ireland.)

Old Kilkenny with John Fitzgerald

Every week in the Kilkenny Advertiser, local historian, John Fitzgerald will take you through an excerpt of his book - 'Kilkenny - A blast from the past' . On this page each week you will find anecdotes about old Kilkenny and pictures of the people and streets of the past. Many will be familiar to some and for others it will be a first snapshot of what our city looked like in the good old days. We hope you will enjoy this page which reminds us of how it used to be.

John Fitzgerald can be contacted on 056 7725543 or email: jfitzg3@eircom.net

From http://www.advertiser.ie/ kilkenny/article/2212.

 

Rebecca 12 [28837] was born in 1643. 12 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Daniel AXTELL (1658?-1687) [531]

 

9. Samuel AXTELL 3 [540], son of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 15 December 1624 in Berkhampstead. He married Elizabeth BENNET [9747] on 17 June 1650 in Hertfordshire, England, UK. 13 He died in England.

 

NOTES: http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I877.html

DEATH: A possible connection, needs checking

From ht tp://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=epr_generalengland&;so=2&am p;rank=0&=%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c&gsfn=samue l&gsln=axtell&sx=&gs1co=3251%2cEngland&gs1pl=1%2cAll+Counties&am p;year=&yearend=&sbo=0&srchb=r&prox=1&db=&ti=5538&ti .si=0&gss=angs-b

England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656 Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653--1656. County: General Country: England Axtell, Samuel, husb., Hemelhempstead, Herts. 1655 270.

 

Elizabeth BENNET 1 [9747] was born in Hertinfordberry, England, UK.

 

10. Sarah AXTELL 3 [541], daughter of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born on 20 June 1628 in Berkhampstead. She died in England. She was buried on 11 October 1665 in St Margaret, Westminster, London, England, UK.

 

NOTES: http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I878.html

BURIAL: Middlesex: St. Margaret Westminister - Parish Registers, Bap 1675 - 1681, Marr. 1675 - 1681, Bur. 1664 - 1666

Burials

Burials

October 1665

County: Middlesex

Country: England

11 Oct 1665 Sarah Axtell pl

BURIAL: from Middlesex Parish and Probate Records.

 

11. Joane AXTELL 3 [542], daughter of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born in 1630 (approx.) in Berkhampstead.

 

NOTES: http://www.d im.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I879.html.

 

12. Ann AXTELL 1,3,14 [543], daughter of William AXTELL [527] and Thomasine CUTLER [528], was born from 1633 to 1638 in Berkhampstead. She was born in 1633 (approx.) in Berkhamstead. 3 She was baptised on 6 June 1641 in Berkhampstead. She married Thomas TAYLOR [6360] in 1658 in Berkhamstead. She died on 4 June 1687 in Kells, Meath, Ireland. 15

 

See http://www.d im.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I880.html.

 

Thomas TAYLOR 14 [6360], son of John TAYLOR (1593-1658) [76143], was born in 1631 in Rigmore, Sussex, England, UK. He died on 1 August 1682 in Kells. He and Ann AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Anne TAYLOR (1658?-to1743) [6376]

+19

TAYLOR ( - ) [6384]

+20

TAYLOR ( - ) [6385]

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Thomas TAYLOR (1662-1736) [76144]

Fifth Generation

13. Mary AXTELL 3,6 [545], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [9807] and Mary Ann STARR [530], was born on 25 June 1639 in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 16 She was baptised on 25 September 1639 in Berkhampstead. She married John GOODENOW [5521] on 19 September 1656 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 14 April 1704 in Sudbury. 16

 

christened Sept. 25, 1639, in Berkhamstead, England. She married John Goodnow

Sept. 19, 1658, and died April 14, 1704. To them eleven children were born. 6

 

Some records in the IGI list Mary's birth to be about 1635 or 1638 in Dunhead, Wiltshire, England with one being in Shasburg, Wiltshire, England, UK.

 

John GOODENOW 6,17,18 [5521], son of Edmund GOODENOW (1611-1688) [5629] and Anne BARRY (1608?-1675) [5515], was born in 1635 (approx.) in Dunhead St Andrew, Wiltshire, England, UK. In 1673 he was a Freeman. 19 He died on 6 August 1721 in Sudbury. He and Mary AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Hannah GOODENOW (1657-1691) [16868]

+23

Edmund GOODENOW (1661-1727) [16870]

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Sarah GOODENOW (1666-1724) [16871]

+25

Dorothy GOODENOW (1668?-bef1762) [16872]

+26

John GOODENOW (1670-1736?) [16873]

+27

Elizabeth GOODENOW (1672-aft1714) [16874]

+28

Joseph GOODENOW (1674-1758) [16875]

+29

Ebebezar GOODENOW (1677-bef1767) [16876]

+30

Lydia GOODENOW (1678-1679) [16877]

+31

Mary GOODENOW (1680-1710) [16869]

+32

Mary GOODENOW (1680-1710) [16878]

 

14. Henry AXTELL 2,3,6,20 [9580], son of Thomas AXTELL [9807] and Mary Ann STARR [530], was born on 13 October 1641 in Berkhampstead. 6,20 He was born on 15 October 1641 (approx.) in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England, UK. 6,21 He married Hannah MERRIAM [9581] on 14 June 1665 in Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 6,22 He died on 20 April 1676 in Marlborough. 3,20 He died on 20 April 1676 in Marlborough. 6,7 He died of Shot by Native Americans on 20 April 1676 in Marlborough.

 

b. in England and christened in Berkhamstead on October 15, 1641. He was a

boy of five when his father died. In 1660 a tract of land lying west of

Sudbury was incorporated as a town by th name of Marlboro. Edmond Rice,

before mentioned, was a prime mover in the formation of the new town. Henry

Axtell, then only nineteen, became one of the proprietors and received

fifteen acres of land in the central part of the town as his portion for what

was called "a house lot." Besides this, he probably had a portion of meadow

and other out-lying land. On June 14, 1665, he married Hannah, the daughter

of George and Susan Merriam who came from Kent, England, in the ship "Castle"

in 1638. She was born in Concord, Massachusetts, July 14, 1645. In the spring

of 1676 the Indians, led by King Phillip of Mount Hope, Rhode Island, made a

general war on the white settlements. They attacked several of the smaller

places in the interior of Massachusetts and killed many of the settlers;

among those from Marlboro was Henry Axtell.

The inventory of his property is dated April 1, 1676. The famous Sudbury

fight, when the captain and his men were caught in ambush by the Indians and

many of them were slain, took place three weeks after the death of Henry

Axtell. His widow married Will Taylor July 16, 1677. 6

 

Birth may have been before 1635 as his father emigrated in 1635 according p. 11 "Hannah(3) (George(2), William(1)) m. 1st., June 14, 1665, Henry. 23

 

First name: Henry Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: BEF 15 OCT

Year of birth: Date of baptism: 15/10/1641

Gender: Male Year of death: 1676

Source of data: Berkhamstead, England to the reference. Axdell,

Place of birth: Berkhamstead, England, UK

Place of baptism: St. Peter's Church, Berkhamstead, England, UK

Place of death: Sudbury, Massachusetts

Notes: Birth may have been before 1635 as his father emigrated in 1635 according p. 11 "Hannah(3) (George(2), William(1)) m. 1st., June 14, 1665, Henry

Spouse name: Hannah Merriam

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage: 14/06/1665

Divorced: No. 23

 

Hannah MERRIAM 2,3,6,20 [9581], daughter of George MERRIAM (1602-1675) [31475] and Susan RAVEN (1603-1675) [31476], was born on 14 July 1645 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 6,20 She married John BUSS in 1658 (approx.) in Concord. 20 She married William TAYLOR on 16 May 1677 in Marlborough. 20,22 She died in 1677 in Marlborough. 7,20 She died in 1683 in Marlborough. 21 She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

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Samuel AXTELL (1666- ) [11086]

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Hannah AXTELL (1667- ) [11087]

+35

Mary AXTELL (1670-1745) [11088]

+36

Thomas AXTELL (1672-1750) [11090]

+37

Daniel AXTELL (1673-1735) [11092]

+38

Sarah AXTELL (1675- ) [11094]

 

15. Lydia AXTELL 3,6 [11085], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [9807] and Mary Ann STARR [530], was born on 1 June 1644 in England, UK. 1 She married Joseph MOORE [52563] in 1668 in Sudbury. 24 She died on 23 November 1717 in Sudbury. 24 At some point she married John MOORE [52562] . At some point she married Samuel HALE [52564] .

 

(or Mary). The Sudbury Vital Records gives both names on the same date, born June 1, 1644. In his will, John Maynard speaks of his daughter Lydia, wife of John Moore, and as there is no record of any other Lydia in his family, it seems probable that the daughter of his wife by her first husband, Thomas Axtell, is intended. [axb45.ged].

 

16. Hannah AXTELL 2 [9582], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [9807] and Mary Ann STARR [530], was born in 1646 (approx.) in England. 1 She died in 1683 in Sudbury.

 

See Hannah Axtell [34667] for a possible match. Dates don't quite tie up, but are not that far off. Places do match pretty well considering both Hannahs born in UK and died in Massachusetts. Not proven so kept separate for now. [Jon Axtell]. 25

 

17. Daniel AXTELL [531], son of Daniel AXTELL [529] and Rebecca [28837], was born in 1658 (estimated). He married Rebecca HOLLAND [532] on 29 July 1659 in Winslow, Buckinghamshire, England, UK. 26 He died in June 1687. 5

 

Notes

Added by ninahull on 20 Mar 2008

Originally submitted by Mary_Ritch to The Ritch-Googe Family Tree on 31 Jan 2008

Merchant in London, Came to South Carolina ca 1680, received land grant for 3000 acres 1680, made Landgrave in 1681, married Lady Rebecca Holland who came to South Carolina in 1683 and she received grants of about 3,780 acres in 1696, 1704, 1707 and 1711. [Comp. of Am Gen.]

Daniel and his son Holland were "landgraves" near modern Summerville, South Carolina on the Ashley River (inland from Charles Town--now Charleston). Holland died childless in 1692. The name died with him, but the daughters married well.

_____________________________

From South Carolina Historical Magazine:

THE

SOUTH CAROLINA

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL

MAGAZINE

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY I3Y THE

SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

CHARLESTON, S. C.

KDITKD BY A. S.

SALLEY, JR..

SECRETARY AND TREASURER OF THE SOCIETY. '

VOLUME V.

Printed for the Society by

THE WALKER. EVANS & COGSWELL CO., ' . . .

Charleston, 1904.

p 176

LANDGRAVE DANIEL AXTELL.

BY A. S. SALLEY, JR.

DANIEL AXTKLL, a merchant of London, was granted lands

in South Carolina about 16801 and, upon nomination of John

Archdale. Esq., was elected a landgrave of Carolina by the

Lords Proprietors, August 10. 1681.* He came to South

Carolina ;ibout this time, but died within a year or two,5 his ,

Carolina ss: pursuant to the Direccons of the Lords prop": on this

behalf you are to admeasure and lay forth unto Mr.

Daniell Axtell of London March,: one of y* settlers

of this province three thousand acres of land in som

Convenient place not yett surveyd. or laid out to any

other pson or use and if the same happen upon any

Navigable river or river capable to be made Navigable

you allowe onlie the fifth pte of the Depth

thereof by the water side and a Certificate fully

specifying the bounds and scituacon thereof you re-

turne to us wth. all Convenient speed Dated y* 13th.

of December 1680

To Cap' Maurice Mathews Joseph West

Survey general! Will ffuller (

Warrant book 1672-1692, p. 196.) John Smyth

May 3, 1681, " Daniell Axtell of London M'chant" executed a power

of attorney to "John Arnold at p'sent in London now bound for Carolina

in America " to enable him to sue or collect money due to Axtell

by "Christopher Smich and John Fisher or any other psonorpsons in

Carolina," Nicholas Hayward, notary; Jacob Waight and Joseph

Morton, Jr., witnesses. (Records of the governor of South Carolina,

book 1672-1692, pp. 82-83.) > "

Public Records of South Carolina" (MS.), Vol. I., p. 12. '•>

By a deed, dated July 31, 1684, John Boddycott conveyed one hundred

acres of land on Ashley River to "Dame Rebecca Axtell the

relict of the honourable Daniell Axtell one of the Landgraves of the

province of Carolina deceased". (Conveyance book, 16?3-1688.)

Daniel Axtell by his will made August 3, 1678, gave his "Eldest

daughter Sibilla", £500., to be paid to her at twenty-one or marriage;

gave son, Daniel, a like sum, to be paid him when twenty-one; gave

daughter, Mary, a like sum to be paid her at twenty-one or marriage;

son, Holland, succeeding him as landgrave.'

Lady Kebecca Axtell, widow of Landgrave Daniel Axtell

resided at her plantation, Newington, near the site of the

present town of Summerville, for some years subsequent to

the death of her husband.5 September 15, 1705, she was

granted one thousand acres of land on the north side ot

Ashley River, bounded south by her own lands, east on Ger- •

shorn Hawks and Moses Martin, north on James Ford and

west on John Boisseau and James Ford.,

gave son, Holland, a like sum, to be paid when twenty-one; gave

diughters, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Anne, like sums each at twenty-

one or marriage; appointed wife, Rebecca, executrix and gave her all

the remainder of his estate; appointed "faithfull friends Henry Dan-

vers Esqr: & Mr. William Benninghton " assistants to his wife. Witnesses:

Ann Cooper, Mary Catchpoull and Sara Hill. (Records of the

governor of South Carolina, book 1672-1692, pp. 186-186.)

This will is also recorded in London, where it was proved July 2,1687.

It shows that his former place of residence was Stoke Newington,

Middlesex, which was a part of London. (See Vol. IV of this magazine,

p. 235.)

4 Carolina

ss You are forthwith to Cause to be Admeasured and

Laid out unto Holland Axtell Esqr Landgrave in

Holland Axtell Charles Towne observeing ye Rules & Method Already

a towne Lott established for Laying out s<i: Towne and a Certificate

fully specify the Number & bounds thereof you are to

Raturne to us with all Convenient speed & for yor soe

doeing this shall be yor: Warrant Dated this 23rt day

of feb1' 1683 4

To Majr Maurice Matthews John Godfrey Joseph Morton

Survey General! Maur: Matthews John Moore (

Warrant book 1672-1692, p. 291.) •''

See pages 63, 67, 68, 76 and 77 of the April issue of this magazine.

6 Vol. 38 (copy), p. 498 of abstracts of grants, Sec. of State's office,

Columbia.

Issue:

I. Sibilla Axtell.

H. Daniel Axtell.

HI. Mary Axtell, married — Cuthbert.

I\T. Holland Axtell.7

V. Rebecca Axtell.

VI. Elizabeth Axtell, m. Francis Turgis (issue), who

dying8 she next married, in December, 1698,

Governor Joseph Blake (issue); d. in 1725 or

1726.'

VII. Anne Axtell, married John Alexander, and, after

his death, Joseph Boone.10

7 By his will, made December 17, 1691, and proved before Governor

Ludwell, May 4, 1692, " Holland Axtell of Carolina Landgrave," gave

his mother, Rebecca Axtell, a negro man, named Guy, an Indian boy,

named Nero, and all his cattle, horses, and ready money not otherwise

bequeathed; gave brother-in-law, John Alexander, a diamond ring;

gave brother-in-law, Frnncis Turgis, two cows, two calves, a mare and

her colt, and a silver medal; gave sister, Anne Alexander, four silver

saltcellers; gave sister, Mary Cuthbert £5. to buy a ring; gave Thomas

Graves a cow and a calf, a pocket pistol and a hone. Witnesses: B.

Waring, Elizabeth Waring and John Stevens. (Records of the Court

of Ordinary of South Carolina, book No. 1., 1692-1700, p. 17.) >

January 13, 1693-7, Elizabeth Turgis, Rebecca Axtell and William

Cantey executed their bond to Governor Blake for Mrs. Turgis's faithful

execution of her trust as executrix oi' the estate of Francis Turgis.

Witness: Charles Odingsells. (Ibid, p. 285.) '

See Vol. I of this magazine, pp. 156-157.

10 Mrs. Poyas ("the Ancient Lady") says (Days of Yore, p. 12) that

Joseph Boone married Anne, daughter of Governor Blake, but in the

next paragraph she quotes from Mrs. Boone's will: "I give to my

beloved nephew, the Hon. Joseph Blake, Esqr., my Dorchester plan

tation given me by my mother, called Mount Boone." As this Hon.

Joseph Blake was the only son of Governor Blake it is hard to see how

Mrs. Boone could be the daughter of Governor Blake "and the aunt of

his son at the same time. As shown by the records she was thetna-

ternal aunt of the younger Joseph Blake. (See also p. 82 ante.}. 12

 

Rebecca HOLLAND [532], daughter of Cornelius HOLLAND ( - ) [534] and Sibilla ( - ) [535], was born in 1640 (approx.) St Margaret in Westminster, London, England, UK. 27 In 1659 she was resident in Crislowe, Buckinghamshire, England, UK. 26 She died in 1729 (approx.) in South Carolina, USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

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James AXTELL (1664?-1676) [17034]

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Martha AXTELL (1666?-1679) [17035]

 

18. Anne TAYLOR 14 [6376], daughter of Thomas TAYLOR [6360] and Ann AXTELL [543], was born in 1658 (approx.) in Berkhampstead. She married Nicholas ACHESON [6377] in 1686 (approx.) in Ireland. She died from 1739 to 1743 in Kells, Meath, Ireland.

 

Nicholas ACHESON 14 [6377] was born in 1655 (approx.) in Market Hill, Armagh, Ireland. He died in 1701. He and Anne TAYLOR had the following children:

 

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Nichola Anne ACHESON (1690?- ) [6378]

 

19. TAYLOR [6384] was the son of Thomas TAYLOR [6360] and Ann AXTELL [543].

 

NOTES: Died young.

 

20. TAYLOR [6385] was the son of Thomas TAYLOR [6360] and Ann AXTELL [543].

 

NOTES: Died young.

 

21. Thomas TAYLOR 15 [76144], son of Thomas TAYLOR [6360] and Ann AXTELL [543], was born on 20 July 1662 in Kells. 15 He married Anne COTTON [76145] on 20 June 1682 in Kells. 15 He died on 8 August 1736 in Headfort House, Kells, Meath, Ireland. 15

 

Anne COTTON 15 [76145], daughter of Robert COTTON (1634-1712) [76146] and Hester SALUSBURY (1637-1710) [76147], was born in 1668 in Combermere, Cheshire, England. 15 She died on 22 August 1710 in Headfort House. 15 She and Thomas TAYLOR had the following children:

 

+42

Thomas TAYLOR (1686-1757) [76152]

Sixth Generation

22. Hannah GOODENOW 28 [16868], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 15 December 1657 in Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 28 She died on 22 November 1691 in Sudbury. 28

 

23. Edmund GOODENOW 29 [16870], son of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 16 October 1661 in Sudbury. 29 He died on 31 May 1727 in Sudbury. 29

 

24. Sarah GOODENOW 30 [16871], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 16 March 1665/66 in Sudbury. 30 She died in 1724 in Sudbury. 30

 

25. Dorothy GOODENOW 31 [16872], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born in 1668 (approx.) in Sudbury. 31 She died between 1693 and 1762. 31

 

26. John GOODENOW 32 [16873], son of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 9 September 1670 in Sudbury. 32 He died in 1736 (approx.) in Weston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 32

 

27. Elizabeth GOODENOW 33 [16874], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 18 November 1672 in Sudbury. 33 She died after June 1714 in Sudbury. 33

 

28. Joseph GOODENOW 34 [16875], son of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 1 December 1674 in Sudbury. 34 He died on 3 September 1758 in Sudbury. 34

 

29. Ebebezar GOODENOW 35 [16876], son of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 6 June 1677 in Sudbury. 35 He died between 1678 and 1767. 35

 

30. Lydia GOODENOW 36 [16877], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 18 October 1678 in Sudbury. 36 She died on 21 April 1679 in Sudbury. 36

 

31. Mary GOODENOW 37 [16869], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 8 November 1680 in Sudbury. 37 She died on 1 September 1710 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 37

 

32. Mary GOODENOW 38 [16878], daughter of John GOODENOW [5521] and Mary AXTELL [545], was born on 8 November 1680 in Sudbury. 38 She died on 1 September 1710 in Watertown. 38

 

Married to an Axtell in about 1660 in Sudbury? He was born between 1615 and 1641 and died between 1665 and 1728 according to this reference. 38

 

33. Samuel AXTELL 3,6 [11086], son of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 27 March 1666 in USA. 1

 

of whom we have no further information.

 

34. Hannah AXTELL 3,6 [11087], daughter of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 18 November 1667 in USA. 1

 

35. Mary AXTELL 3,6 [11088], daughter of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 8 August 1670 in Sudbury. 1,7 She married Zachariah NEWTON [11089] on 24 May 1698. She married Daniel LIVERMORE [27204] after 10 December 1702 in Watertown. 7 She died on 7 October 1745 in Watertown. 7

 

First name: Mary Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 08/08/1670

Year of birth: 1670 Date of baptism:

Gender: Female Year of death:

Source of data:

Place of birth:

Place of baptism:

Place of death:

Notes:

Spouse name: Zachariah Newton

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage: 24/05/1698

Divorced: No

[unknown]

Your Mary Axtell was Daniel's 2nd wife. His 1st wife Mary Coolidge was my husband's 10th cousin x9.[Karen Thompson]. 23

 

Zachariah NEWTON 6 [11089] was born in USA. 1

 

Daniel LIVERMORE 7 [27204] was born on 3 March 1675 in Watertown. 7 He married Mary COOLIDGE on 29 May 1697 in Watertown. 39 He died on 16 November 1720 in Watertown. 7 He and Mary AXTELL had the following children:

 

+43

Anna LIVERMORE (1704- ) [27205]

 

36. Thomas AXTELL 3,6 [11090], son of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 16 April 1672 in Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Sarah BARKER [11091] on 2 November 1697. He died on 18 December 1750 in USA.

 

b. in Marlboro, Massachusetts, April 16, 1672, married Sarah Barker of

Concord, November 2, 1697, and lived in the east part of Marlboro until 1730

when he moved to Grafton, Massachusetts. He was a Selectman there in

1736-1737 and later a member of the School committee. He died December 18,

1750. His wife died June 26, 1747. The Marlboro records show that he had a

part in a controversy which shook the whole town. He, with about half of the

people, opposed the settlement of a certain minister. Later when in Grafton

he was a leader in church affairs, and afterwards carried on quite a

controversy with the minister and others. A tendency to do their own thinking

in religion and politics has always been a characteristic of the Axtells. A

tradition is handed down of a saying of this Thomas. Two of his sons took

opposite directions: one became a fervent supporter of the New Light

doctrines (as they were called); the other was adverse to religion. The

father is said to have remarked, "One of my sons is over much religious; the

other is over much wicked." In Marlboro, Thomas lived in the eastern part of

the town near what is known as the Warren school house. In Grafton, he

located first about a mile northeast of the Center, but in old age he sold

his farm and went to live with his son Thomas on the place now owned by his

descendants.

 

First name: Thomas Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 08/05/1672

Year of birth: 1672 Date of baptism:

Gender: Male Year of death: 1750

Source of data: Merriam. Also p. 11: "Thomas Axtell removed with

Place of birth:

Place of baptism:

Place of death: Grafton, Massachusetts

Notes: BIRTH: Date may have been Aug. vice May. See notes for mother Hannah

Spouse name: Sarah Parker

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage: 02/11/1697

Divorced: No. 23

 

Sarah BARKER 6 [11091] was born in 1674 (approx.) in Massachusetts?, USA. 21 She died on 26 June 1747 in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+44

Thomas AXTELL (1698-1698) [11095]

+45

Sarah AXTELL (1703-1772?) [11096]

+46

Joseph AXTELL (1705- ) [11098]

+47

Thomas AXTELL (1712-1798) [11100]

+48

John AXTELL (1715-1742) [11103]

+49

Abigail AXTELL (1717- ) [11104]

+50

Hannah AXTELL (1721- ) [11106]

 

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      Daniel AXTELL, My South Carolina History - www_myschistory_com_daniel-thankful-axtell_html
 

37. Daniel AXTELL 3,6 [11092], son of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 4 November 1673 in Marlborough. He was born on 4 November 1673 in Marlborough. 3 He married Thankful PRATT [11093] on 12 May 1702 in Ashley River, South Carolina, USA. 40 He died in January 1735 in USA.

 

b. in Marlboro, Massachusetts, November 4, 1673. In 1695 Elder William Pratt organized a church in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and soon after went to South Carolina to plant his church there as a missionary colony. In his diary he records a very hospitable reception by Lady Axtell, widow of Landgrave Daniel Axtell, who went from England to South Carolina about 1680. Probably Daniel Axtell of Massachusetts accompanied Mr. Pratt on one of his earlier voyages to South Carolina. May 12. 1702, he married Thankful, the daughter of Elder Pratt, and lived in South Carolina until about 1707, when he returned to Massachusetts and settled in "that part of Bridgewater which afterward became Abbington." He bought one-half of the "Briggs grant" (by Plymouth Co. in 1664). On January 30, 1712, he sold his farm and moved to Taunton, that part which afterward became Dighton or Berkley (see record of will at Taunton, 1735-36).

A release dated March 16, 1703, from Daniel of South Carolina, County of Bartley on the Ashley River, made out in favor of his brother Thomas of Massachusetts, establishes relationship between the two. Lady Axtell in her will of April 5, 1720, says, "I give unto my kinsman Daniel Axtell of New England three hundred (300) acres of land and to his son Daniel two hundred (200) acres." This establishes a relationship between the two families. Daniel died in January, 1735. Some time later (the exact date I have been unable to determine) we find the widow, Thankful, in New Jersey, as will be seen by her will. "WILL of Thankful Axtell of Mendham, Morris Co., N. J.; widow:--children: Ebenezer, deceased son Thomas, Thankful Briggs, and Rebecca Cook; Grandchildren: Daniel, son of Thomas and Hannah, his wife, their expected child, and Ichabod Edmister. Witness--William Axtell, Henry Axtell, Brice Relsy. Proved: Sept. 28, 1749."

[axb45.ged].

 

First name: Daniel Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 04/11/1673

Year of birth: 1673 Date of baptism:

Gender: Male Year of death:

Source of data:

Place of birth: Marlboro, Massachusetts

Place of baptism:

Place of death: Berkley, Taunton County, Massachusetts

Notes:

Spouse name: Thankful Pratt

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage:

Divorced: No. 23

 

Thankful PRATT 3,6 [11093] was born in 1675 (approx.) in Massachusetts or South Carolina, USA. 23 She was born on 14 October 1683 in Weymouth, Massachussetts, USA. 20,40 She died in 1749 (approx.) in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 23 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+51

Elizabeth AXTELL (1703-1772) [11108]

+52

Daniel AXTELL (1704- ) [11110]

+53

Rebecca AXTELL (1706- ) [11113]

+54

Hannah AXTELL (1710- ) [11115]

+55

William AXTELL (1713-1750) [11117]

+56

Henry AXTELL (1715-1754) [11119]

+57

Samuel AXTELL (1717-1769) [11121]

+58

Ebenezer AXTELL (1724- ) [11123]

+59

Thankful AXTELL (1725- ) [11125]

+60

Thomas AXTELL (1727-1750?) [11126]

 

38. Sarah AXTELL 3,6 [11094], daughter of Henry AXTELL [9580] and Hannah MERRIAM [9581], was born on 28 September 1675 in USA. 1

 

First name: Sarah Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 28/09/1675

Year of birth: 1675 Date of baptism:

Gender: Female Year of death:

Source of data:

Place of birth:

Place of baptism:

Place of death:

Notes: 23

 

39. James AXTELL 27 [17034], son of Daniel AXTELL [531] and Rebecca HOLLAND [532], was born in 1664 (approx.) in Stoke Newington, Hackney, London, Middlesex, England, UK. 27 He died on 6 June 1676. 27

 

40. Martha AXTELL 27 [17035], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [531] and Rebecca HOLLAND [532], was born in 1666 (approx.) in Stoke Newington. 27 She died on 22 December 1679. 27

 

41. Nichola Anne ACHESON 14 [6378], daughter of Nicholas ACHESON [6377] and Anne TAYLOR [6376], was born in 1690 (approx.) in Armagh, Ireland. At some point she married William JOHNSTON [6379] .

 

William JOHNSTON 14 [6379] was born before 1694. He died on 22 September 1722 in Gilford, County Down, Ireland. He and Nichola Anne ACHESON had the following children:

 

+61

Richard JOHNSTON (1710-1758) [6380]

 

42. Thomas TAYLOR 15 [76152], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76144] and Anne COTTON [76145], was born on 20 November 1686 in Kells, Meath, Ireland. 15 He married Sarah GRAHAM [76153] on 18 November 1714 in Platten, Meath, Ireland. 15 He died on 5 November 1757 in Kells. 15

 

Sarah GRAHAM 15 [76153], daughter of John GRAHAM (1655-1716) [76154] and Charity NEWTON (1660-1717) [76155], was born in 1688 in Platten. 15 She died in 1787 in Headfort House, Kells, Meath, Ireland. 15 She and Thomas TAYLOR had the following children:

 

+62

Thomas TAYLOR (1724-1795) [76159]

Seventh Generation

43. Anna LIVERMORE 7 [27205], daughter of Daniel LIVERMORE [27204] and Mary AXTELL [11088], was born on 18 January 1704 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7 She married Jonathan BEMIS [27206] in 1723 (approx.) in Watertown. 7

 

Jonathan BEMIS 7 [27206] was born on 17 November 1701 in Watertown. 7 He died on 25 March 1768 in Waltham, Middelsex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7 He and Anna LIVERMORE had the following children:

 

+63

Anna BEMIS (1730- ) [27207]

 

44. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11095], son of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 19 August 1698 in USA. 41 He died on 22 December 1698 in USA.

 

45. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11096], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 16 February 1703 in Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 41,42 She married Josiah HAYDEN [11097] on 7 February 1721 in Marlborough. 22,41,42 She died in 1772 (approx.) in Marlborough. 41,42

 

Josiah HAYDEN 6 [11097] was born in 1701 (approx.) in USA. 41

 

46. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11098], son of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 1 August 1705 in Marlborough. 41,42 He married Abigail HAYDEN [11099] on 4 February 1728/29 in USA. 41,42 He married her on 4 February 1730 in USA. 1 He died in Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. in Marlboro, Mass., Aug 1, 1705. He married Abigail Hayden of Sudbury Feb. 4, 1730. He lived first in Marlboro, but after 1746 in Grafton, Mass. [axb45.ged].

 

Abigail HAYDEN 6 [11099] was born in 1708 (approx.) in Massachusetts?, USA. 21 She and Joseph AXTELL had the following children:

 

+64

Elizabeth AXTELL (1730- ) [11128]

+65

Mary AXTELL (1732- ) [11130]

+66

Daniel AXTELL (1734-1799) [11132]

+67

Abigail AXTELL (1738- ) [11134]

 

47. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11100], son of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 11 May 1712 in Marlborough. 41,42 He married Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101] on 13 May 1736 in USA. 1,41 He married Mary SANGER [11102] on 6 October 1760 in USA. 1,41 He died on 28 May 1798 in USA. 41,42

 

b. in Marlboro, Mass., May 11, 1712. He moved to Grafton with his parents in

1730. m. May 13, 1736, Elizabeth Sherman of Marlboro, who received as her

marriage portion a large tract of land in the north part of Grafton, a part

of which remains in the hands of her descendants, Axtells. His wife Elizabeth

died about 1756. On Oct. 6 1760, he married (2) Mary Sanger, by whom he had

children, all of whom died young. (History of Grafton says she gave birth to

triplicate sons Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; all died within three weeks).

Thomas died May 28, 1798.

 

Elizabeth SHERMAN 6 [11101] was born in USA. She died in 1756 (approx.) in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+68

Sarah AXTELL (1737- ) [11136]

+69

Elizabeth AXTELL (1739- ) [11138]

+70

Hannah AXTELL (1741- ) [11140]

+71

John AXTELL (1744-1782?) [11142]

+72

Thomas AXTELL (1746-1819) [11144]

+73

Mary AXTELL (1748- ) [11146]

+74

Phebe AXTELL (1748- ) [11147]

 

Mary SANGER 6 [11102] was born in USA. 1

 

48. John AXTELL 6 [11103], son of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 15 April 1715 in Marlborough. 41,42 He died on 10 April 1742 in USA. 41

 

49. Abigail AXTELL 6 [11104], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 10 October 1717 in USA. 1,41 She married Benjamin PRATT [11105] on 21 December 1736 in USA. 1

 

Benjamin PRATT 6 [11105] was born in USA.

 

50. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11106], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11090] and Sarah BARKER [11091], was born on 16 June 1721 in Grafton. 41,42 She married Zedekiah DRURY [11107] on 20 July 1738 in USA. 1 She died "DECEASED" in Bedford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 41

 

Zedekiah DRURY 6 [11107] was born on 30 April 1716 in Farmington, Massachusetts, USA. 41 He and Hannah AXTELL had the following children:

 

+75

Gershom DRURY (1739- ) [17489]

 

51. Elizabeth AXTELL 3,6 [11108], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 28 April 1703 in South Carolina, USA. 43 She married Thomas BURT [11109] in 1732. 43 She died in 1772 in Taunton, Massachuessetts, USA. 43

 

moved to Westmoreland, N. H.

 

Thomas BURT 6 [11109] was born in USA.

 

52. Daniel AXTELL 3,6 [11110], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 24 October 1704 in South Carolina. 44 He married Waitstill BABBIT [11111] on 15 September 1737 in Dighton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. 45 At some point he married Phebe REED [11112] .

 

b. Oct. 24, 1704 either in South Carolina or on the way thither. Was a child

when his father returned to Mass. He married Waitsill Babbit Sept. 15, 1737,

and spent his life in Berkley, Mass., where he was a large land owner and a

prominent citizen. He was one of the constituent members of the church of

that place, and in 1737 was chosen Deacon. That same year he provided the

entertainment for the people for the ordination of Samuel Tobey. In 1750 he

became Ruling Elder. His wife died in 1757 and he married (2) Phebe Reed.

Daniel died Sept. 21, 1761. His widow married Capt. James Foster of

Rochester, May 13, 1771. (see will).

 

Waitstill BABBIT 6,46 [11111], daughter of Edward Erasmus BABBITT (1655-1733) [30936] and Elizabeth THAYER (1628- ) [30937], was born on 16 November 1701 in Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. 45 She died on 1 November 1757. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+76

Daniel AXTELL (1739-1772) [11149]

+77

Thankful AXTELL (1739- ) [11150]

+78

Elizabeth AXTELL (1742- ) [11152]

 

Phebe REED 6,47 [11112] was born in USA. She married James FOSTER on 13 May 1771. 47

 

53. Rebecca AXTELL 3,6,48 [11113], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 22 November 1706 in USA. 6 She married Jacob COOK [11114] on 11 November 1736 in Berkley, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. 48,49

 

CHILDREN:

{POSSIBLE} John COOKE* b Kingston, MA

{POSSIBLE} Joseph COOKE* b Kingston, MA 1735

{PROBABLE} Daniel COOKE* b Berkeley, MA 10 DEC 1739. 49

 

Jacob COOK 6,48 [11114], son of Jacob COOK (1653-1747) [36319] and Lydia MILLER (1661-1727) [36320], was born on 16 June 1691 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. 48 He married Phebe HALL on 3 April 1716 in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, USA. 48 He married Mary TIRRELL on 21 January 1728 in Abington, Massachusetts, USA. 48 He died on 20 November 1753 in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 48 He and Rebecca AXTELL had the following children:

 

+79

John COOK (1732- ) [36313]

+80

Joseph COOK (1735- ) [36314]

+81

Daniel COOK (1739- ) [36315]

 

54. Hannah AXTELL 3,6 [11115], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 10 April 1710 in Berkley. 50 She married Joseph EDMISTER [11116] on 10 February 1741.

 

Joseph EDMISTER 6 [11116] was born in USA.

 

55. William AXTELL 3,6 [11117], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 13 April 1713 in Berkley. 6 He married Hannah SPOONER [11118] on 2 November 1739. 6,51 He died on 30 May 1750 in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 51

 

b. in Berkley, Mass. April 13, 1713. He m. Hannah Spooner of Middleboro,

Mass. Nov. 2, 1739. About 1743 he moved from Berkley into Taunton. In 1750 we

find him in Morris Co. N.J. Abstract of will of William Axtell of Mendham,

Morris Co., N.J. "cordwainer": Wife Hannah to have whole estate until the

children, Henry, William, Benjamin, Silas and Joanna will be of age. Ex. and

trustee: Wife, brother Henry Axtell, Eliahu Baldwin. Witness: Nathan Linkon,

William Lenard, Joseph Dod. Dated Nov. 21, 1749. Proved 30 May 1750. May 13,

1750 Renunciation of Hannah Axtell exx. Witness Joseph Dod, William Lenard.

 

Hannah SPOONER 6 [11118] was born in USA. She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

+82

Henry AXTELL (1741?- ) [11154]

+83

William AXTELL (1742?- ) [11155]

+84

Benjamin AXTELL (1744- ) [11157]

+85

Joanna AXTELL (1746-1846) [11159]

+86

Silas AXTELL (1747-1805) [11161]

 

56. Henry AXTELL 3,6 [11119], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 24 June 1715 in Berkley. He married Jemima LEONARD [11120] in 1737 in Taunton. 52 He died in 1754 in Mendham. 52

 

b. in Berkley, Mass. June 24, 1715. He learned the blacksmith's trade, and in

1737 married Jemima Leonard of Taunton, Mass., a girl some years younger than

himself. After the birth of the second child, Mr. Leonard resolved to migrate

to the then wilderness of New Jersey. Henry determined to take his young

family and accompany his father-in-law into the western wilds. They located

in that part of Morris Co. that was, nine years afterwards, organized into a

township and named Mendham. They located about two miles southeast of where

the village of Mendham now stands. This migration must have taken place in

1740 or '41, and the township of Mendham was organized in 1749. This is the

first movement of the Axtells toward the setting sun. In the "History of

Morris Co." he was spoken of as "Henry the blacksmith." He continued to work

at his trade until 1754, when he died, aged 38 years, leaving a widow and six

children. Jemima afterwards married a Mr. Lumm, and had several children. She

lived to a great age, more than 90, and died at the home of Mr. Japhet Byram,

a mile north of the village of Mendham. "New Jersey Abstract of Wills, Vol.

3, p 68" "1754, Nov. 26. Henry Axtell of Mendham, Morris Co. will of--wife

Jemima, Children, Henry (under age) Phebe, Hannah, Jemima, Calvin, and

Luther. Real and personal property." Ex. Ebenezer Byram, John Carey, Isaac

Babbitt, and Thomas Briggs of Mendham. Proved Jan. 28, 1755. Witness: Caleb

Baldwin, Isaac Babbitt.

Henry may have had other sons of whom we have no record, as Henry S.

Axtell of Bradford, N. Y., b. in 1796, claimed relationship with this family.

 

Jemima LEONARD 6 [11120] was born in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+87

Henry AXTELL (1738-1818) [11163]

+88

Phebe AXTELL (1740- ) [11166]

+89

Hannah AXTELL (1742- ) [11168]

+90

Bethany AXTELL (1744- ) [11170]

+91

Calvin AXTELL (1750-1816) [11172]

+92

Luther AXTELL (1753-1822) [11174]

 

57. Samuel AXTELL 3,6 [11121], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 25 October 1717 in Berkley. He married Hannah HATHAWAY [11122] in 1740 (approx.). He died on 25 February 1769 in USA.

 

b. in Berkley, Mass. Oct. 25, 1717, married Hannah Hathaway of Freetown,

Mass. about 1740, and spent his days in Berkley, where he died Feb. 25, 1769.

 

Hannah HATHAWAY 3,6 [11122] was born in USA. She and Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+93

Samuel AXTELL (1741-1755) [11176]

+94

Hannah AXTELL (1744- ) [11177]

+95

Thankful AXTELL (1746-1760) [11179]

+96

Ebenezer AXTELL (1749- ) [11180]

+97

Ezra AXTELL (1751-1831) [11181]

+98

Abigail AXTELL (1754- ) [11183]

+99

Samuel AXTELL (1756-1836) [11185]

+100

Louisa AXTELL (1758- ) [11188]

+101

Henry AXTELL (1761-1800?) [11189]

+102

Thankful AXTELL (1762- ) [11190]

+103

Lurana AXTELL (1765- ) [11192]

 

58. Ebenezer AXTELL 3,6 [11123], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 24 March 1724 in Berkley. He married Hannah HATHAWAY [11124] on 15 October 1751 in Taunton.

 

b. in Berkley, Mass., March 24, 1724. The records of Berkley say: "Ebenezer

Axtell late of Mendham, in Jersey, but now an inhabitant of Berkley and

Hannah Hathaway of Berkley were married Oct. 15, 1751, in Taunton." He is

frequently mentioned as filling town offices. From the Mass. records of the

Revolutionary War it seems that he served 6 months. There is also another

Ebenezer enrolled from Berkley, who was probably the son of Samuel.

 

Hannah HATHAWAY 6 [11124] was born in USA. She and Ebenezer AXTELL had the following children:

 

+104

Rebecca AXTELL (1752- ) [11194]

+105

Thomas AXTELL (1755-1816) [11195]

+106

Rachel AXTELL (1757- ) [11197]

 

59. Thankful AXTELL 3,6 [11125], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 8 December 1725 in Berkley.

 

60. Thomas AXTELL 3,6 [11126], son of Daniel AXTELL [11092] and Thankful PRATT [11093], was born on 15 September 1727 in Berkley. He married Hannah GOBEL [11127] in 1746 in New Jersey, USA. 6,20 He died in 1750 (approx.) in USA.

 

b. in Berkley, Mass., Sept. 15, 1727. He was remembered in the will of his

father in 1735. In 1746, he married Hannah Gobel in New Jersey. The Gobel

family came from South Carolina but were of New England stock and were living

in New Jersey in 1724. One informant states that Thomas died six months

before his second son was born, which is substantiated by the will of his

mother. In 1752 Hannah, his widow, married Nathan Linkon, who died in 1763.

His will was probated Aug. 26, 1763, in Sussex Co., N.J., leaving Hannah 50

pounds and various goods, his sister Tabetha Linkon 25 pounds, and the

remainder of the estate to her sons, Daniel and Thomas, when 21. After the

death of Nathan she went to Washington Co., Pa., with her sons. She died in

Mercer Co., Pa., in 1791.

 

First name: Thomas Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 15/09/1727

Year of birth: 1727 Date of baptism:

Gender: Male Year of death:

Source of data:

Place of birth: Berkley, Taunton County, Massachusetts

Place of baptism:

Place of death: Sussex, New Jersey

Notes:

Spouse name: Hannah Gobel

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage:

Divorced: No. 23

 

Hannah GOBEL 6 [11127] was born in 1730 (approx.) in New Jersey. 20 She died in 1791 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+107

Daniel AXTELL (1748-1826) [11199]

+108

Thomas AXTELL (1750?-1808) [11201]

 

61. Richard JOHNSTON 14 [6380], son of William JOHNSTON [6379] and Nichola Anne ACHESON [6378], was born on 6 March 1710 in Gilford, County Down, Ireland. He married Catherine GILL [6381] in 1737. He died on 11 February 1758 in Gilford.

 

Catherine GILL 14 [6381] was born in 1709 in Aghnamullen, Monaghan, Ireland. She died in September 1794. She and Richard JOHNSTON had the following children:

 

+109

Nicholina JOHNSTON (frm1737- ) [6382]

 

62. Thomas TAYLOR 15 [76159], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76152] and Sarah GRAHAM [76153], was born on 20 October 1724 in Bective, Meath, Ireland. 15 He married Jane ROWLEY [76160] on 4 July 1754. 15 He died on 14 February 1795 in Headfort House, Kells, Meath, Ireland. 15

 

1st Earl Bective. 15

 

Jane ROWLEY 15 [76160], daughter of Hercules Langford ROWLEY (1714-1794) [76161] and Elizabeth Ormsby UPTON (1713-1791) [76162], was born in 1730. 15 She and Thomas TAYLOR had the following children:

 

+110

Thomas TAYLOR (1757-1829) [76176]

+111

Hercules TAYLOR (1759-1790) [76178]

+112

Robert TAYLOR (1760-1839) [76179]

+113

Clotworthy TAYLOR (1763-1825) [76180]

Eighth Generation

63. Anna BEMIS 7 [27207], daughter of Jonathan BEMIS [27206] and Anna LIVERMORE [27205], was born on 4 July 1730 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7 She married Silas GATES [27208] on 1 December 1760. 7

 

Silas GATES 7 [27208] was born on 10 July 1718 in Stowe, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7 He died on 16 June 1779 in Stowe. 7 He and Anna BEMIS had the following children:

 

+114

Eunice GATES (1761-1785) [27209]

 

64. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11128], daughter of Joseph AXTELL [11098] and Abigail HAYDEN [11099], was born on 7 August 1730 in Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 42 She married Nathaniel COOPER [11129] on 22 April 1746 in USA. 1

 

Husband was from Grafton.

 

Nathaniel COOPER 6 [11129] was born on 21 February 1731 in Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. 42

 

65. Mary AXTELL 6 [11130], daughter of Joseph AXTELL [11098] and Abigail HAYDEN [11099], was born on 18 January 1732 in Marlborough. 42 She married Samuel GILES [11131] on 16 November 1749 in USA. 1

 

Samuel GILES 6 [11131] was born in USA.

 

66. Daniel AXTELL 6,53,54 [11132], son of Joseph AXTELL [11098] and Abigail HAYDEN [11099], was born on 14 January 1734 in Marlborough. He was born in 1738 (approx.) in USA. 42 He married Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133] on 12 November 1754 in Grafton. 42 He died on 1 September 1799 in Grafton.

 

b. Jan. 14, 1734, in Marlboro, Mass.; lived in Grafton, Mass.; married Elizabeth Whittemore Nov. 12, 1754. About 1767 he went to Grafton, Vt., where he died Sept. 1, 1799. His widow died March 20, 1812. [axb45.ged].

 

Elizabeth WHITTEMORE 6,54 [11133] was born in 1735 (approx.) in Grafton. 42 She died on 20 March 1812 in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+115

Moses AXTELL (1755-1813) [11204]

+116

Aaron AXTELL (1757-1824) [11207]

+117

Daniel AXTELL (1759-1837) [11209]

+118

Abigail AXTELL (1761?- ) [11212]

+119

Joseph AXTELL (1763?-1813) [11213]

+120

Betsey AXTELL (1765?- ) [11215]

+121

Alexander AXTELL (1767-1828) [11216]

+122

Mary AXTELL (1769?- ) [11218]

 

67. Abigail AXTELL 6 [11134], daughter of Joseph AXTELL [11098] and Abigail HAYDEN [11099], was born on 12 October 1738 in Marlborough. 42 She married Moses EAGOR [11135] on 18 July 1759.

 

Moses EAGOR 6 [11135] was born in USA.

 

68. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11136], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 25 April 1737 in USA. She married James MCCALLAN [11137] on 2 February 1758 in USA.

 

James MCCALLAN 6,53 [11137] was born in USA.

 

69. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11138], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 28 April 1739 in USA. She married Ephraim LYON [11139] on 27 November 1760.

 

Ephraim LYON 6 [11139] was born in USA.

 

70. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11140], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 6 October 1741 in USA. At some point she married Jason WAIT [11141] .

 

Jason WAIT 6 [11141] was born in USA.

 

71. John AXTELL 6 [11142], son of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 3 June 1744 in USA. He married DANIELS [11143] in 1776. He died in 1782 (approx.) in USA.

 

b. June 3, 1744. He lived in Grafton, Mass.; married ..... Daniels in 1776.

He died about 1782; in 1784 his widow married John Knox.

 

DANIELS 6 [11143] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+123

Thomas AXTELL (1778-1858) [11220]

 

72. Thomas AXTELL 6,53 [11144], son of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 16 December 1746 in Grafton. He married Deborah JONES [11145] on 10 June 1777. He died on 26 October 1819 in Grafton.

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., Dec. 16, 1746.; married June 10, 1777, Deborah Jones of

Franklin, Mass. He died in Grafton, Mass., Oct. 26, 1819. On April 19, 1775,

he enlisted in Artemas Ward's rgt. Capt. Aaron Kimball, and marched on

Lexington Alarm. Deborah died March 15, 1813, aged 58 years.

 

Deborah JONES 6 [11145] was born in 1755 (approx.) in USA. She died on 15 March 1813 in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+124

Chloe AXTELL (1778-1851) [11222]

+125

Seth AXTELL (1780-1798) [11223]

+126

Thomas AXTELL (1783-1824) [11224]

+127

Deborah AXTELL (1788- ) [11226]

+128

Olive AXTELL (1790-1819) [11228]

+129

John AXTELL (1792-1795) [11229]

 

73. Mary AXTELL 6 [11146], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 12 March 1748 in USA.

 

74. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11147], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11100] and Elizabeth SHERMAN [11101], was born on 12 March 1748 in USA. At some point she married Thomas KIDDER [11148] .

 

Joined the Shakers.

 

Thomas KIDDER 6 [11148] was born in USA.

 

75. Gershom DRURY 41 [17489], son of Zedekiah DRURY [11107] and Hannah AXTELL [11106], was born on 31 December 1739 in Bedford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 41 He married Sibillah [17490] on 2 September 1760 in Shrewsbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 41

 

Sibillah 41 [17490] was born on 17 April 1736 in Shrewsbury. 41 She and Gershom DRURY had the following children:

 

+130

Eztra DRURY (1756?- ) [17493]

+131

David DRURY (1763-1818) [17491]

 

76. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11149], son of Daniel AXTELL [11110] and Waitstill BABBIT [11111], was born on 29 February 1739 in USA. He died in 1772 in USA.

 

twin, probably unmarried. [axb45.ged].

 

77. Thankful AXTELL 6 [11150], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11110] and Waitstill BABBIT [11111], was born on 29 February 1739 in USA. She married Elisha CRANE [11151] in 1774.

 

b. Feb. 29, 1739; married Elisha Crane on 1774. "Among her descendants is

J.E. Crane of Taunton, Mass., who still preserves the memorandum book of his

ancestor, Daniel Axtell.".

 

Elisha CRANE 6 [11151] was born in USA.

 

78. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11152], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11110] and Waitstill BABBIT [11111], was born on 17 December 1742 in USA. She married Isaac TUBBS [11153] on 26 December 1768.

 

Isaac TUBBS 6 [11153] was born in USA.

 

79. John COOK 48 [36313], son of Jacob COOK [11114] and Rebecca AXTELL [11113], was born in 1732 in Kingston, Massachusetts, USA. 48

 

80. Joseph COOK 48 [36314], son of Jacob COOK [11114] and Rebecca AXTELL [11113], was born in 1735 in Kingston. 48

 

81. Daniel COOK 48 [36315], son of Jacob COOK [11114] and Rebecca AXTELL [11113], was born on 10 December 1739 in Berkley, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. 48

 

82. Henry AXTELL 6 [11154], son of William AXTELL [11117] and Hannah SPOONER [11118], was born on 30 August 1741 (approx.) in USA.

 

bap. in Berkley, Mass., Aug. 31, 1741. Of him the record is not clear, but he

seems to have served in the army during the Revolution.

 

83. William AXTELL 6 [11155], son of William AXTELL [11117] and Hannah SPOONER [11118], was born on 29 August 1742 (approx.) in USA. He married Mercy LINKOLN [11156] on 23 June 1763.

 

bap. in Berkley, Mass., Aug. 29, 1742; lived in Taunton; married Mercy

Linkoln of Taunton June 23, 1763. A deed dated 1768 runs thus: "For the sum

of 58 pounds of lawful money Isaac Hodges conveys a tract of land in Norton

to William Axtell of Taunton." In 1790 he was in Norton, Mass., and the same

year moved to Sutton, Mass., settling in the southwest part of town. His war

record shows his great loyalty to his country: "He marched at the alarm April

19, 1775; he again served under Capt. Isaac Hodges from Sept. 25, 1777 to

Oct. 31, 1777, on secret expedition, and again in 1778." He is described as

35 years old, 5 ft., 7 in. high, with dark complexion and black hair and eyes.

 

Mercy LINKOLN 6 [11156] was born in USA. She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

+132

Hannah AXTELL ( - ) [11230]

+133

William AXTELL (1767-1813) [11232]

+134

Mercy (Mary) AXTELL ( - ) [11233]

+135

Henry AXTELL ( - ) [11235]

+136

Betsey AXTELL (1786-1838) [11236]

 

84. Benjamin AXTELL 6 [11157], son of William AXTELL [11117] and Hannah SPOONER [11118], was born in 1744 in Berkley. 6,51 He married Jemima BRIGGS [11158] on 19 February 1778 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. 6,51

 

b. in Berkley, Mass., 1744; married Jemima Briggs at her home in Rehoboth,

Mass., Feb. 19, 1778. He served in the Revolution in Capt. Edward Blake's

Co., Col. William's rgt. 1776. In 1776 he moved from Taunton, Mass., to

Westmoreland, N.H., and in his old age to Jamaica, Vt., where he died. He was

a good man but saw much trouble. "In his last days his hair turned black

again and his eyesight came back so he could see to read without glasses.".

 

Jemima BRIGGS 6 [11158] was born in USA. She and Benjamin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+137

Daniel AXTELL ( - ) [11238]

+138

Silas AXTELL ( - ) [11240]

+139

Benjamin AXTELL (1782- ) [11242]

+140

Jemima AXTELL ( - ) [11244]

 

85. Joanna AXTELL 6 [11159], daughter of William AXTELL [11117] and Hannah SPOONER [11118], was born on 21 March 1746 in USA. She married Bernice CRANE [11160] on 15 January 1763. She died on 5 May 1846 in USA.

 

b. March 21, 1746; married Bernice Crane of Berkley, Mass., on Jan. 15,

1763. He was born at Dighton, Mass., in 1743, the son of Benjamin and Mary

Crane of Berkley. She died May 5, 1846, aged one hundred years, one month,

and fifteen days. In religion she was a Congregationalist, belonging to the

Congregational Church at Berkley for forty years. She is said to have had a

firm, even temper, a strong masculine understanding, a deep interest in her

friends and neighbors. Her grandson, Rev. Silas Axtell Crane, D.D., was an

Episcopalian clergyman, greatly honored and loved. He died in East Greenwich,

R.I. in 1872.

Children: Abiather, b. 1766, Luranna, b. 1771, Barnabas, b. 1775,

Benjamin, b. 1778, Jemima, b. 1778? and William, b. 1781.

 

Bernice CRANE 6 [11160] was born in 1743 in Dighton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. He and Joanna AXTELL had the following children:

 

+141

Abiather CRANE (1766- ) [11403]

+142

Luranna CRANE (1771- ) [11404]

+143

Barnabas CRANE (1775- ) [11405]

+144

Benjamin CRANE (1778- ) [11406]

+145

Jemima AXTELL (1778- ) [11407]

+146

William AXTELL (1781- ) [11408]

 

86. Silas AXTELL 6 [11161], son of William AXTELL [11117] and Hannah SPOONER [11118], was born on 24 August 1747 in Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Sybil HOSKINS [11162] on 13 October 1772. He died on 1 February 1805 in Wilmington, Windham County, Vermont, USA.

 

b. in Taunton, Mass., Aug. 24, 1747; m. Sybil Hoskins Oct. 13, 1772. He was a

signer of a covenant not to aid the British (see Hurd's History of Bristol

Co.). He served in the Revolutionary Army in 1776. In 1778 Silas Axtell,

joiner, bought real estate in Petersham, Mass., which he deeded away in 1793.

He moved to Wilmington, Vt., where he died Feb. 1, 1805.

Three of the daughters married: Hastings, Crosby, and Nims.

 

Sybil HOSKINS 6 [11162] was born in USA. She and Silas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+147

Sybil AXTELL (1773- ) [11245]

+148

Elizabeth AXTELL (1779- ) [11246]

+149

Althen AXTELL (1781- ) [11247]

+150

Polly AXTELL (1784- ) [11248]

+151

Silas AXTELL (1785-1849) [11249]

+152

Hannah AXTELL (1788- ) [11251]

+153

Clarissa AXTELL (1790- ) [11252]

+154

Salmon AXTELL (1792-1868) [11253]

 

87. Henry AXTELL 6,55,56 [11163], son of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born on 16 March 1738 in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. 56 He was born on 16 March 1737/38 in Berkley, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. 55,57 He had the title 'Maj.'. 55 He married Mary BEACH [11164] on 18 June 1760. He married Phebe CONDIT [11165] on 7 January 1767 in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He died on 6 April 1818 in USA. 56 He died on 6 April 1818 in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 55 He was buried in 1818 Hilltop Cemetery (Presbyterian Churchyard) in Mendham. 56

 

b. in Plymouth Co. Mass., March 16, 1738. When he was about three years old, his father moved to Morris Co., N.J. Here Henry spent the remainder of his life as a farmer. He was married (1) to Mary Beach on June 18, 1760, and settled on a farm four miles east of Mendham. This farm remained in the possession of his descendants until 1841. The family were Presbyterians. In 1766 his wife died, leaving him with three small children. Not far from him lived a young widow, Phebe Day (maiden name Condit) who came from one of the most prominent families in Morris Co.; was the widow of Silas Day; she was born June 25, 1740. Not long after the death of Mary he asked her to become the mother of his three small children. She frankly confessed that she had a tender regard for him personally, and would not object to matrimony if it were not for his children, but she had serious doubts and grave apprehensions about entering into the responsible position of stepmother to these children. When Henry heard this declaration, he rose to depart, saying: "Now I know what I'll do: I'll go right home and kill those children." When the widow heard this, well, they were married Jan. 7, 1767, in Morristown, by the Rev. Dr. Timothy Johnes, and lived together until April 6, 1818, when he died. He was buried in the Presbyterian church yard at Mendham. She survived her husband more than eleven years, dying at the home of her daughter, Rhoda Cory, near Morristown, July 6, 1829, aged 89 years. Henry Axtell was a man of prominence and influence in the section of the country in which he lived. When the Revolutionary War broke out, he took a decided stand for independence of the colonies, and was a sterling patriot throughout the struggle. He held the rank of Major in the "Minute Men" in Morris Co., N.J., and was always called "The Old Major." The Major was a large, heavily built man, with an uncommonly large head covered with brown curling hair. He had a voice that has been heard a mile away. He was a man of great humor, and enjoyed nothing better than a good joke. Phebe was a woman of energy and intelligence, and possessed a better education than the average woman of the community in which she lived. [axb45.ged].

 

Mary BEACH 6 [11164] was born in USA. She died in 1766 in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+155

Hannah AXTELL (1761- ) [11254]

+156

Mary AXTELL (1763-bef1830) [11256]

+157

David AXTELL (1765- ) [11258]

 

Phebe CONDIT 6,55 [11165], daughter of Peter CONDIT (1698-1768) [54807] and Phebe DODD (1704-1768) [67614], was born on 25 June 1740 in USA. 55,57 She died on 6 July 1829 in near Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. She was buried in Mendham. 55 She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+158

Lurana AXTELL (1767-1820) [11260]

+159

Silas AXTELL (1769-1823) [11262]

+160

Phebe AXTELL (1771-1832) [11264]

+161

Henry AXTELL (1773-1829) [11266]

+162

Rhoda AXTELL (1775-1865) [11268]

+163

Joseph AXTELL (1777- ) [11270]

 

88. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11166], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born in 1740 in Plymouth County. She married Daniel DRAKE [11167] on 27 December 1759.

 

Daniel DRAKE 6 [11167] was born in USA.

 

89. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11168], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born in 1742 in Morristown. She married Zephaniah BURT [11169] on 29 May 1764.

 

Zephaniah BURT 6 [11169] was born in USA.

 

90. Bethany AXTELL 6 [11170], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born in 1744 in Morristown. She married Artemas DEY [11171] on 21 January 1767 in USA.

 

Artemas DEY 6 [11171] was born in USA.

 

91. Calvin AXTELL 6 [11172], son of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born on 21 January 1750 in USA. He married Mary MILLS [11173] on 27 November 1771. He died on 20 December 1816 in USA.

 

b. in Mendham, N.J., Jan. 21, 1750; married Mary Mills (b. Feb. 13, 1755) on

Nov. 27, 1771. Occupation, farmer. He died Dec. 20, 1816. His wife died Aug.

25, 1834.

 

Mary MILLS 6 [11173] was born on 13 February 1755 in USA. She died on 25 August 1834 in USA. She and Calvin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+164

Timothy AXTELL (1772-1847) [11271]

+165

Hannah AXTELL (1774-1837) [11273]

+166

Samuel AXTELL (1776-1829) [11275]

+167

Philip Lindley AXTELL (1779-1831) [11277]

+168

Sarah AXTELL (1782-1789) [11279]

+169

Ann AXTELL (1786- ) [11280]

+170

Mary AXTELL (1789-1820) [11281]

+171

Sarah AXTELL (1789- ) [11283]

+172

Calvin AXTELL (1791-1822) [11284]

+173

Electra AXTELL (1794-1795) [11285]

+174

Phebe AXTELL (1796-1879) [11286]

 

92. Luther AXTELL 6,55,58 [11174], son of Henry AXTELL [11119] and Jemima LEONARD [11120], was born on 22 April 1753 in Mendham. 58 He was born "?". 55 He married Hannah CONDIT [11175] on 10 June 1778. 59 He married her "?". 55 He died on 2 June 1822 in USA. 58 He was buried in 1822 Prosperity Cemetery in Properity, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 58

 

b. in Mendham, N.J., April 22, 1753. He married, June 10, 1778, Hannah Condit (b. March 4, 1756) the daughter of a prominent family of the neighborhood. About 1790 with his cousins Daniel and Thomas he moved to Washington Co., Pa., where some of his decendants still live. The old brick house built by Luther Axtell is still in use at the present time. He served as a "Minute Man" in the Revolution. He died June 2, 1822; his wife Hannah died on April 7, 1840.

Of these daughters, Hannah in Iowa and Bethany in Pa., died on the same day, about the same hour, funeral services were held at the same hour, sermon from the same text and the same hymns were sung.

 

Hannah CONDIT 6,55 [11175], daughter of Philip CONDIT (1709-1801) [64457] and Mary DAY (1713-1785) [64468], was born on 4 March 1756 in Morristown. 55 She died on 7 April 1840 in USA. She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+175

Rufus AXTELL (1779- ) [11288]

+176

Philip AXTELL (1781-1867) [11289]

+177

Luther AXTELL (1783-1868) [11291]

+178

Lurana AXTELL (1783- ) [11294]

+179

Mary AXTELL (1786- ) [11295]

+180

Hannah AXTELL (1788- ) [11297]

+181

Jemima C AXTELL (1790-1874) [11299]

+182

Bethany AXTELL (1793-1863) [11301]

+183

Henry AXTELL (1795- ) [11303]

 

93. Samuel AXTELL 3,6 [11176], son of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born in 1741 in USA. He died in 1755 in USA.

 

94. Hannah AXTELL 3,6 [11177], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 6 September 1744 in USA. She married Samuel TUBBS [11178] on 23 August 1762.

 

Samuel TUBBS 6 [11178] was born in USA.

 

95. Thankful AXTELL 3,6 [11179], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born in 1746 in USA. She died on 26 October 1760 in USA.

 

96. Ebenezer AXTELL 3,6 [11180], son of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 9 February 1749 in USA.

 

b. in Berkley, Mass., Feb. 9, 1749. Little is known of him, but we have a

record of his having served in the Revolutionary War. There are three records

of Ebenezer Axtell, and but two men by that name who could have served. To

this Ebenezer we ascribe the following: "Ebenezer Axtell of Berkley, Mass.,

served six months during the Revolutionary War in R.I. in 1778." (Mass. Rec.).

 

97. Ezra AXTELL 3,6 [11181], son of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 25 October 1751 in USA. He married Pirses BOOTH [11182] on 18 March 1773 in Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. He died on 1 July 1831 in Pierpont, Saint Lawrence County, New York, USA.

 

b. Oct. 25, 1751, in Berkley, Mass. The Middleboro, Mass., Vital Records gives "Ezra Extill married Pirses Booth March 18, 1773." As this is the only Ezra of which we have any record to whom this could apply, and as we have no other record of his marriage, we may safely assume it to be a part of his record. On May 1, 1775, he enlisted in Capt. Samuel Tubbs Co., Col. Timothy Walker's regt., serving 3 months, 7 days; also company return (probably 1775). He settled in Pittsford, Vt., and about 1816 moved to Pierpont, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., where he died July 1, 1831.

 

b. Oct. 25, 1751, in Berkley, Mass. The Middleboro, Mass., Vital Records

gives "Ezra Extill married Pirses Booth March 18, 1773." As this is the only

Ezra of which we have any record to whom this could apply, and as we have no

other record of his marriage, we may safely assume it to be a part of his

record. On May 1, 1775, he enlisted in Capt. Samuel Tubbs Co., Col. Timothy

Walker's regt., serving 3 months, 7 days; also company return (probably

1775). He settled in Pittsford, Vt., and about 1816 moved to Pierpont, St.

Lawrence Co., N.Y., where he died July 1, 1831. 3

 

Pirses BOOTH 3,6 [11182] was born in USA. She and Ezra AXTELL had the following children:

 

+184

John AXTELL (1787- ) [11304]

+185

Henry AXTELL (1790- ) [11305]

+186

Samuel AXTELL (1792-1812) [11307]

+187

Dolly AXTELL (1794- ) [11309]

+188

Hannah AXTELL (1796- ) [11311]

+189

Ebenezer AXTELL (1800?-1874) [11313]

+190

Lurana AXTELL (1804- ) [11314]

+191

Ezra AXTELL (1806-1828) [11316]

+192

Abigail AXTELL (1811- ) [11317]

 

98. Abigail AXTELL 3,6 [11183], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 14 February 1754 in USA. She married Jonathan REED [11184] on 5 November 1772.

 

Jonathan REED 6 [11184] was born in USA.

 

99. Samuel AXTELL 3,6 [11185], son of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 8 January 1756 in Berkley. He married Celia DEAN [11186] in 1785 (approx.). He died on 6 July 1836 in USA. At some point he married Martha EARL [11187] .

 

b. Jan. 8, 1756, in Berkley, Mass. The Mass. record of Soldiers and Sailors

of the Revolutionary War gives Samuel as serving under Capt. Samuel Tubbs,

Col. Timothy Walker's rgt.; was at camp at Roxbury, Nov. 20, 1775; also

descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for a term

of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780, under command of Capt.

Dix; also mentioned "payroll for 6 month men raised by town of Berkley for

service in Continental Army During 1780." In 1778 Samuel Axter is credited as

a soldier to Scituate, Mass., age 22; stature 5 ft. 8 in., complexion light."

If Axter means Axtell, this may be Samuel 5-32 but why is he credited to

Scituate instead of Berkley? After the Revolution he went to Chester, Vt.,

and settled in what was then a wilderness. He saw service in the war of 1812.

About 1785 he married Celia Dean of Taunton, Mass., who died Dec. 5, 1806.

His second wife was Martha Earl, who died Aug. 26, 1859. Samuel died July 6,

1836.

 

Celia DEAN 6 [11186] was born in USA. She died on 5 December 1806 in USA. She and Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+193

Dean AXTELL ( - ) [11319]

+194

Alvin AXTELL ( - ) [11320]

+195

Sylvia AXTELL (1794- ) [11321]

+196

Celia AXTELL (1797- ) [11323]

+197

Laura AXTELL (1799- ) [11324]

+198

Sarah AXTELL (1801- ) [11326]

+199

Samuel AXTELL (1804-1867) [11328]

+200

Caroline AXTELL ( - ) [11330]

 

Martha EARL 6 [11187] was born in USA. She died on 26 August 1859 in USA.

 

100. Louisa AXTELL 3,6 [11188], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 9 July 1758 in USA.

 

101. Henry AXTELL 3,6 [11189], son of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 3 May 1761 in Berkley. He died in 1800 (approx.) in At Sea.

 

b. May 3, 1761, in Berkley, Mass. A tradition among his descendants runs as

follows: "A soldier of the Revolution, a Sergeant in Washington's light

guards with Mad Anthony Wayne at the battle of Stoney Point, then a prisoner

and confined on the ship Jersey, the notorious prison ship of the British

lying in N.Y. harbor. He escaped by filing off his chains with a nail." Later

about 1794 he was with Wayne in the Indian War and finally perished at sea

about 1800. The Mass. records show that Henry Axtell of Berkley began service

in the army about June 1, 1776, and was finally discharged June 9, 1783 by

General Washington, term of service having expired. His name is on the list

of soldiers entitled to honorary badges for faithful service. Said Axtell

served from Jan. 1, 1777; reported entitled to wear two stripes. The

descriptive list gives stature, 5 ft. 7 in., complexion and hair light. He

was a farmer.

 

Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+201

Henry Copse AXTELL (1786-1854) [11332]

+202

Louisa AXTELL (1788- ) [11335]

 

102. Thankful AXTELL 3,6 [11190], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 15 November 1762 in USA. She married Levi BROWN [11191] on 15 April 1784 in New Braintree, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

Husband was from Brookfield, Mass.; they moved to Bakersfield, Vt. after 1790.

 

Levi BROWN 6 [11191] was born in USA.

 

103. Lurana AXTELL 3,6 [11192], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11121] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11122], was born on 23 October 1765 in USA. She married Pitts PHILLIPS [11193] on 6 February 1788.

 

Pitts PHILLIPS 6 [11193] was born in USA.

 

104. Rebecca AXTELL 6 [11194], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11123] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11124], was born on 9 August 1752 in USA.

 

105. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11195], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11123] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11124], was born on 15 July 1755 in Berkley. He married Rebecca FRENCH [11196] on 9 August 1775. He died on 10 February 1816 in Peru, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. in Berkley, Mass., July 15, 1755; m. Rebecca French Aug. 9, 1775. He

served 20 days as private in R.I. on the alarm of Dec. 16, 1776 in Capt.

James Nicklos Co., Col. Edw. Pope's rgt. (Bristol Co.), stationed at Warren,

R.I. After the Revolution he moved to Sutton, Mass. By occupation he was a

farmer. Some time after 1800 he moved to Peru (now Windsor) Mass., where he

died Feb. 10, 1816. Rebecca his wife died July 26, 1813.

 

Rebecca FRENCH 6 [11196] was born in USA. She died on 26 July 1813 in Windsor, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+203

Rebecca AXTELL (1778- ) [11337]

+204

Thomas AXTELL (1779-1847) [11339]

+205

Asa AXTELL (1781-1855) [11341]

+206

Hannah AXTELL (1782- ) [11343]

+207

Ebenezer AXTELL (1785-1849) [11345]

+208

Sylvester AXTELL (1786-1864) [11348]

+209

Daniel AXTELL (1787-1856) [11350]

+210

Rachel AXTELL ( - ) [11352]

+211

Assemath AXTELL ( - ) [11354]

+212

Silas AXTELL (1795-1810) [11356]

 

106. Rachel AXTELL 6,60 [11197], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11123] and Hannah HATHAWAY [11124], was born on 8 April 1757 in USA. She married Jacob GOLDTHWAIT [11198] on 14 April 1785 in Northbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

probably the Rachel Axtell who married Jacob Goldthwait of Uxbridge, Mass., April 14, 1785 [axb45.ged].

 

Jacob GOLDTHWAIT 6 [11198] was born in USA.

 

107. Daniel AXTELL 6,61,62 [11199], son of Thomas AXTELL [11126] and Hannah GOBEL [11127], was born on 12 April 1748 in Morristown. 62 He was born on 12 April 1748 in New Jersey, USA. 62 He married Ruth TUTTLE [11200] on 5 October 1770 in Morristown. 62,63 He made a will on 3 June 1826 in Sandy Creek Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 64 He died on 27 June 1826 in Sandy Creek, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 62 He was buried Fairfield Cemetery in New Vernon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

b. April 12, 1748, in N.J. On Oct. 5, 1770, he married Ruth Tuttle (Tuthill), daughter of Isaac and Sarah (Lindley) Tuttle, the record of which is found in the records of the First Presbyterian Church, of Morristown, N.J. Ruth was born March 2, 1750. Daniel was a "Minute Man" in the Revolution (Pa. Archives) and took part in the battle of Trenton. In 1789 or '90 he went with his brother Thomas and couisin Luther to Washington Co., Pa. He was a prominent member of a group of pioneers from "Ten Mile Run" in Washington Co., who settled at New Vernon, Mercer Co., Pa., 1798, and were known as "Ten Milers." He was one of the organizers of the Fairfield Presbyterian Church, organized in 1799, and one of the first elders. He was a man of great force of character. He died June 27, 1826, aged 78; his wife died April 8, 1831, aged 81. Abstract of the will of Daniel Axtell, of Sandy Creek tp., Mercer Co., Pa. "Wife Ruth to have all the privileges named in the article of agreement between myself and John Robb respecting our maintenance during our natural lives; to Ruth all personal goods except the clock, which is to go to son Lincoln; property to be equally divided among my children, Lincoln my oldest son excepted. I appoint Joseph Axtell and John Robb my lawful executor. Dated 3 day of June, 1826, in the presence of John L. Stright, Joseph Williams, David Condit.".

 

Ruth TUTTLE 6,62 [11200], daughter of Isaac TUTTLE (1724-1776) [33475] and Sarah LINDLEY (1729- ) [33476], was born on 2 March 1750 in England, UK. 63 She was born on 12 March 1749/50 in Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 62 She died on 8 April 1831 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 63 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+213

Lincoln AXTELL (1771-1843) [11357]

+214

Eliab AXTELL (1774-1842) [11360]

+215

Isaac Tuttle AXTELL (1776-1838) [11363]

+216

Thomas AXTELL (1780-1853) [11366]

+217

Rhoda AXTELL (1782- ) [11379]

+218

Amzi AXTELL (1784-1867) [11369]

+219

Daniel AXTELL (1787-1858) [11372]

+220

Elizabeth AXTELL (1789- ) [11374]

+221

Joseph Smith AXTELL (1792-1851) [11376]

+222

Polly AXTELL ( - ) [11381]

 

108. Thomas AXTELL 6,62 [11201], son of Thomas AXTELL [11126] and Hannah GOBEL [11127], was born in 1750 (approx.) in New Jersey. He married Mary TUTTLE [11202] on 12 December 1771 in Morristown, USA. 62 He died on 12 July 1808 in USA. At some point he married Ellen MCLEAN [11203] .

 

b. about 1750 in New Jersey. On Dec. 12, 1771, he married (1) Mary Tuttle

(Tuthill), daughter of Isaac and Sarah Tuttle (See Tuttle and Lindley gen.).

Mary was born April 29, 1752; marriage recorded in First Presbyterian Church,

Morristown, N.J. He went with the Axtell migration to western Pa. about 1790,

settled in Washington Co., six miles south of the county seat. Mary died in

May, 1791, aged 39. He married (2) Ellen McClean (McClain). He died July 12,

1808. Thomas was a "Minute Man" in the Revolution (Pa. Archives).

 

First name: Thomas Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 1750

Year of birth: 1750 Date of baptism:

Gender: Male Year of death: 1808

Source of data:

Place of birth:

Place of baptism:

Place of death: Washington County, Pennsylvania

Notes:

Spouse name: Mary Tuttle

Place of marriage:

Date of marriage:

Divorced: No. 23

 

Mary TUTTLE 6,62 [11202], daughter of Isaac TUTTLE (1724-1776) [33475] and Sarah LINDLEY (1729- ) [33476], was born on 26 April 1752 in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 62 She was born on 29 April 1752 in Hanover. 62 She died in May 1791 in USA. 6 She died on 8 April 1831 in Mercer County. 62 She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+223

Nathan AXTELL (1774-1852) [11384]

+224

Hannah AXTELL (1776?- ) [11386]

+225

Sarah AXTELL (1777-1811) [11389]

+226

Cecelia AXTELL (1780- ) [11391]

+227

Phoebe AXTELL (1786-1832) [11393]

+228

Ruth AXTELL (1789- ) [11395]

+229

Samuel McFarland AXTELL (1791-1864) [11397]

+230

Thomas AXTELL (1800- ) [33536]

 

Ellen MCLEAN 6 [11203] was born in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+231

Thomas AXTELL (1793-1867) [11401]

+232

Charles AXTELL (1796-1871) [11399]

 

109. Nicholina JOHNSTON 14 [6382], daughter of Richard JOHNSTON [6380] and Catherine GILL [6381], was born from 1737 to 1758. At some point she married Colin CROZIER [6383] .

 

Colin CROZIER 14 [6383] was born in Ireland.

 

110. Thomas TAYLOR 15 [76176], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76159] and Jane ROWLEY [76160], was born on 18 November 1757 in Ireland. 15 His Wikipedia entry is at ht tp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Taylour,_1st_Marquess_of_Headfort. He married Mary QUINN [76177] on 5 December 1778. 15 He died on 24 October 1829. 15

 

1st Marquess of Headfort, Viscount Headford from 1766 to 1795, 2nd Earl of Bective from 1795 to 1800. 15

 

Mary QUINN 15 [76177] was born in 1759 in Great Bowden, Leicestershire, England, UK. 15 She died on 12 August 1842. 15 She and Thomas TAYLOR had the following children:

 

+233

Thomas TAYLOR (1787-1870) [76181]

 

111. Hercules TAYLOR [76178], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76159] and Jane ROWLEY [76160], was born on 9 September 1759. His Wikipedia entry is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wi ki/Hercules_Taylour. He died on 20 May 1790.

 

112. Robert TAYLOR [76179], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76159] and Jane ROWLEY [76160], was born on 26 November 1760. His Wikipedia entry is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Robert_Taylour. He died on 23 April 1839.

 

113. Clotworthy TAYLOR [76180], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76159] and Jane ROWLEY [76160], was born on 31 October 1763. His Wikipedia entry is at http: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clotworthy_Rowley,_1st_Baron_Langford. He died on 13 September 1825.

Ninth Generation

114. Eunice GATES 7 [27209], daughter of Silas GATES [27208] and Anna BEMIS [27207], was born on 26 June 1761 in Stowe, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7 She married Amos WHEELER [27210] on 22 January 1780 in Stowe. 7 She died on 30 July 1785 in Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 7

 

Amos WHEELER 7 [27210] was born on 26 February 1741 in Concord. 7 He and Eunice GATES had the following children:

 

+234

Amos WHEELER (1783-1850) [27211]

 

115. Moses AXTELL 6,65,66 [11204], son of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born on 11 January 1755 in Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. 42 His was a witness to Boston Tea Party at on 16 December 1773 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He married Tamar CURTIS [11205] on 30 March 1779 in Charlton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Bethsheba PEAK [11206] in 1788 (approx.) in New Britain, USA. 6,65 He died on 25 March 1813 in Deposit, Deleware County, New York, USA. 67,68 He was buried in 1813 Eldredge Axtell Cemetery, Route #28 in Deposit. 66,67,68

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., Jan. 11, 1755. The Mass. Revolutionary War Record gives "Moses Axdel of Sutton, pt., Capt. Arthur Daggert's Co., marched on the alarm Apr. 19, 1775, served 1 mo., roll dated Roxbury Camp; also Capt. John Nichols Co., Col. Jonathan Holman's rgt.; marched Sept. 27, 1777 to reinforce Continental Army under Gen. Gates, at the northward; served 30 days." He married Tamar Curtis Mar. 30, 1779 at Charlton, Mass. He was a blacksmith by trade, and an old account book (1775-1779) written in excellent hand is still preserved by his descendants. In 1803 he settled in Barbourville (Deposit), Delaware Co., N.Y., where he followed the occupation of farming. He married (2) Bethsheba Peak (b. 1769, d. 1848); he died March 25, 1813. [AFO US]

Moses, 1755-1813 (Revolutionary soldier - was in Boston Tea Party, Battle of Lexington, Battle of Bunker Hill). Was armorer & blacksmith 1775-1783 [Masonville Cemeteries - dcnyhistory.org].

 

A participant in the Boston Tea Party. See http://www.bostonteapa rtyship.com/participants.asp for more details. [Jon Axtell].

 

Tamar CURTIS 6 [11205], daughter of Samuel CURTIS (1728- ) [26785] and Mary TOWNE (1731- ) [26786], was born on 16 July 1761 in USA. 69 She and Moses AXTELL had the following children:

 

+235

Betsey AXTELL ( - ) [11409]

+236

Sabra AXTELL ( - ) [11411]

 

Bethsheba PEAK 6,66 [11206] was born in 1769 in New York, USA. 69 She died on 24 April 1848 in Deposit. 67,68 She was buried in 1848 Eldredge Axtell Cemetery, Route #28 in Deposit. 66,67,68 She and Moses AXTELL had the following children:

 

+237

Tamar AXTELL (1788- ) [11413]

+238

Moses AXTELL (1790-1880) [11415]

+239

Abigail AXTELL (1792-1857) [11417]

+240

Sally AXTELL ( - ) [11419]

+241

Sally Pamilia AXTELL (1797-1864) [11420]

+242

David AXTELL (1799-1845) [11422]

+243

Ann AXTELL ( - ) [11424]

+244

Joseph AXTELL (1802-1884) [11426]

+245

John AXTELL (1805-1882) [11428]

+246

George AXTELL (1807-1861) [11430]

+247

Rufus AXTELL (1810-1827) [11432]

 

116. Aaron AXTELL 6,21,70,71,72 [11207], son of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born on 23 March 1757 in Grafton. 42,73 He married Sarah CRABTREE [11208] on 2 May 1781 in Charlton. 42,71,73 He died on 4 April 1824 in Friendship, Allegheny County, New York, USA. 42,73 He was buried on 24 April 1824 Nile Cemetery in Nile, Allegany County, New York, USA. 73

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., March 23, 1757. He is mentioned as Corp. in John Howard's Co., Col. John Holman's rgt. served 30 days 1778, also as Sergt., Capt. Saml. Healy's Co., Col. Jacob's rgt. 1779. He married Sarah Crabtree May 2, 1781 at Charlton, Mass. He settled in Delaware Co., N.Y., but later moved to Friendship, Allegany Co., where he engaged in farming. He died April 24, 1824? [axb45.ged]

Revolutionary War Veteran Buried Nile Cemetery, Friendship. Sourced from Ian Dawe. [John Taylor].

 

Sarah CRABTREE 6,21,70,71,72 [11208], daughter of John CRABTREE ( - ) [18884] and Abigail RICE ( - ) [18885], was born on 5 August 1758 in Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. 1,71 She died on 12 July 1842 in Friendship, Allegany County, New York, USA. 71 She was buried in 1842 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 71 She and Aaron AXTELL had the following children:

 

+248

Luther AXTELL (1781-1870) [11433]

+249

Abigail AXTELL (1781-1865) [11435]

+250

Harvey AXTELL (1785?-1866) [11437]

+251

Hiram AXTELL (1790- ) [11438]

+252

Aaron AXTELL (1791-1850) [11440]

+253

Anna AXTELL (1794?- ) [11442]

+254

Sophia AXTELL (1796-1858) [19115]

 

117. Daniel AXTELL 6,54 [11209], son of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born on 1 May 1759 in Grafton. 42,54 He married Hodesh ELDERKIN [11210] in 1785 (approx.) in USA. 42 He married Elizabeth [11211] in 1800 (approx.) in Allegheny County, New York, USA. 42 He died on 25 December 1837 in Allegheny County. 42,54 He was buried in 1837 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 54

 

b. May 1, 1759, at Grafton, Mass. The Mass. record of Revolutionary Soldiers records six entries ascribed to Daniel Axtell of Mass. Some of these may refer to other than this Daniel, although all indications are that he served under several different commanders during the struggle for independence. According to family tradition he served as a member of Washington's body guard. He married (1) -- Elderkin of Windham, Conn. He settled first in Delaware Co., N.Y. His wife died in 1792, leaving him with three small boys, born in Delaware and Otsego Counties, N.Y. After her death he took the two younger boys to live with their aunt in Huntington, Mass., and with the oldest he moved to Friendship, N.Y. He married (2) Elizabeth -- who died March 10, 1839 in her 75th year. Daniel died Dec. 25, 1837. To this second union three children were born.

 

Hodesh ELDERKIN 6,42,54 [11210], daughter of James ELDERKIN (1725-1807) [75431] and Betty WATERMAN (1724-1791) [75432], was born on 14 December 1758 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA. 74 She died in 1792 in Delaware County, New York, USA. 6,74 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+255

Chauncey E. AXTELL (1786-1865?) [11444]

+256

Daniel AXTELL (1789-1872) [11446]

+257

William AXTELL (1791-1880) [11448]

 

Elizabeth 6,54,75 [11211] was born in 1764 (approx.) in USA. 6 She died on 10 March 1839 in USA. 6,75 She was buried in 1839 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 75 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+258

Joseph D. AXTELL (1802-1873) [11450]

+259

Hodah AXTELL ( - ) [11452]

+260

Sally AXTELL ( - ) [11453]

 

118. Abigail AXTELL 6 [11212], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born in 1761 (approx.) in Grafton. 42 She died "DECEASED".

 

119. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11213], son of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born in 1763 (approx.) in Grafton. 42 He married Ruth HAYWOOD [11214] on 29 March 1792 in Vermont, USA. 42 He died on 11 April 1813 in USA. 1

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., 1763. A private in Capt. Howe's Co., Col. Rand's rgt.,

1780. He married Ruth Haywood Mar. 29, 1792. With other pioneers he went to

Vermont about 1787. The settlement was first called Thomlinson, but many of

the citizens were anxious to change the name of the place to that of the town

from which they came. To give all a fair chance to the right to name the

town, the privilege was sold at auction Oct. 1, 1792; and Joseph Axtell was

the successful bidder, paying for the privilege the sum of five dollars. He

named the town Grafton. He died April 11, 1813.

 

Ruth HAYWOOD 6 [11214] was born in USA. 1 She and Joseph AXTELL had the following children:

 

+261

Peter AXTELL ( - ) [11454]

+262

Joseph AXTELL (1795?- ) [11455]

+263

John AXTELL (1797-1867) [11457]

+264

Daniel AXTELL (1799-1871) [11459]

 

120. Betsey AXTELL 6 [11215], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born in 1765 (approx.) in Grafton. 42

 

121. Alexander AXTELL 6 [11216], son of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born in 1767 in Grafton. 42 He married Abigail GOODRICH [11217] on 8 June 1789 in Grafton. 42 He died in 1828 in USA.

 

b. at Grafton, Mass., 1767. On June 8, 1789, he married at Grafton, Vt., Abigail Goodrich (b. Nov. 8, 1769 at Marblehead, Mass.), daughter of John and Abigail (Hale) Goodrich. He was a tiller of the soil near Grafton, Vt., later moving to New Yorkstate. He died in 1828; his wife survived him nine years, dying at Pike, N.Y.

 

Abigail GOODRICH 6 [11217] was born on 8 November 1769 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. She died in 1837 in Pike, Wyoming County, New York, USA. She and Alexander AXTELL had the following children:

 

+265

Lucinda AXTELL ( - ) [11462]

+266

Samuel AXTELL (1791- ) [11464]

+267

Nathaniel AXTELL (1793-1830) [11466]

+268

Eleanor AXTELL (1796-1853) [11467]

+269

Ambrose AXTELL (1798-1820) [11470]

+270

Hannah AXTELL (1800- ) [11471]

+271

Alexander AXTELL (1803-1875) [11472]

+272

Hannah AXTELL (1805-1857) [11474]

+273

Aaron AXTELL (1807-1877) [11476]

+274

Abigail Whitcomb AXTELL (1812-1886) [11478]

 

122. Mary AXTELL 6 [11218], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11132] and Elizabeth WHITTEMORE [11133], was born in 1769 (approx.) in USA. 1 She died "DECEASED". At some point she married George SMITH [11219] .

 

George SMITH 6 [11219] was born in USA. 1

 

123. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11220], son of John AXTELL [11142] and DANIELS [11143], was born on 7 August 1778 in Grafton. He married Rebecca WAITE [11221] in 1800 (approx.). He died on 28 October 1858 in USA.

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., Aug. 7, 1778, m. Rebecca Waite, of Grafton, Mass.,

about 1800, and moved the same year to North Jay, Me., where he lived; he

died Oct. 28, 1858; occupation, farmer.

 

Rebecca WAITE 6 [11221] was born in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+275

Lucy AXTELL (1803-1836) [11480]

+276

Emeline AXTELL (1804-1844) [11481]

+277

John AXTELL (1806-1836) [11482]

+278

Rebecca AXTELL (1820?-1861) [11484]

 

124. Chloe AXTELL 6 [11222], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born on 11 July 1778 in USA. She died in 1851 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

125. Seth AXTELL 6 [11223], son of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born on 28 July 1780 in USA. He died in 1798 in USA.

 

126. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11224], son of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born on 2 May 1783 in Grafton. He married Hannah WALKER [11225] in 1808. He died on 21 October 1824 in USA.

 

b. in Grafton, Mass., May 2, 1783, and always resided in that town. He m.

Hannah Walker, of Worcester, Mass., in 1808. He died Oct. 21, 1824, a victim

to the senseless practice of medicine in vogue at that time. Taken violently

ill with typhoid fever, he was denied both water and fresh air and of course

succumbed to the disease. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of

Grafton, a kind father, a faithful friend, and a useful citizen. His widow

survived him 46 years, dying in 1870 at the age of 80. An excellent woman and

a tender mother, her memory still lives in the hearts of her grandchildren.

 

Hannah WALKER 6 [11225] was born in 1790 (approx.) in USA. She died in 1870 in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+279

Adeline AXTELL (1809- ) [11485]

+280

Seth Jones AXTELL (1811-1880) [11487]

+281

Thomas Russell AXTELL (1813-1813) [11489]

+282

Thomas Russell AXTELL (1814-1870) [11490]

 

127. Deborah AXTELL 6 [11226], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born on 21 May 1788 in USA. She married Samuel GREEN [11227] on 2 February 1822.

 

Husband was from Westboro, Mass.

 

Samuel GREEN 6 [11227] was born in USA.

 

128. Olive AXTELL 6 [11228], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born in 1790 in USA. She died in 1819 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

129. John AXTELL 6 [11229], son of Thomas AXTELL [11144] and Deborah JONES [11145], was born on 15 July 1792 in USA. He died on 14 July 1795 in USA.

 

130. Eztra DRURY 41 [17493], son of Gershom DRURY [17489] and Sibillah [17490], was born in 1756 (approx.) in Shrewsbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. 41 He married Sophia WAKEFIELD [17494] in 1794 (approx.). 41

 

Sophia WAKEFIELD 41 [17494] and Eztra DRURY had the following children:

 

+283

Ezra DRURY (1795?- ) [17495]

 

131. David DRURY 41 [17491], son of Gershom DRURY [17489] and Sibillah [17490], was born on 7 November 1763 in Shrewsbury. 41 He married Lucy RICHARDSON [17492] on 12 June 1786 in Temple, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. 41 He died in 1818 in Weston, Windsor County, Vermont, USA. 41

 

132. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11230], daughter of William AXTELL [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN [11156], was born in USA. She married Bartholomew PUTNAM [11231] on 26 January 1799 in USA.

 

Husband was from Sutton.

 

Bartholomew PUTNAM 6 [11231] was born in USA.

 

133. William AXTELL 6 [11232], son of William AXTELL [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN [11156], was born in 1767 in Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Rebecca AXTELL [11337] on 28 February 1797. He died on 5 October 1813 in Peru, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. 1767 in or near Taunton, Mass. He accompanied his father to Sutton, Mass.,

and Feb. 28, 1797, married his second cousin, Rebecca Axtell (6-81). He lived

in the northwest part of Peru, where he died Oct. 5, 1813. His widow married

Shadrack Hathaway Dec. 1, 1816, in Peru, Mass., and lived in Worthington,

Mass.

 

Rebecca AXTELL 6 [11337], daughter of Thomas AXTELL (1755-1816) [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH ( -1813) [11196], was born on 23 February 1778 in USA. She married Shadrack HATHAWAY on 1 December 1816. She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

+284

Finlinda AXTELL (1797- ) [11492]

+285

Chloe AXTELL (1799- ) [11494]

+286

Hiram AXTELL (1800-1877) [11496]

+287

Stillman AXTELL (1802- ) [11500]

+288

Cynthia AXTELL ( - ) [11501]

+289

Orisa AXTELL ( - ) [11503]

 

134. Mercy (Mary) AXTELL 6 [11233], daughter of William AXTELL [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN [11156], was born in USA. She married John TITUS [11234] on 23 October 1793.

 

Husband was from Sutton.

 

John TITUS 6 [11234] was born in USA.

 

135. Henry AXTELL 6 [11235], son of William AXTELL [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN [11156], was born in USA.

 

lost at sea about 1807.

 

136. Betsey AXTELL 6 [11236], daughter of William AXTELL [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN [11156], was born in 1786 in USA. She married Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] on 20 August 1806. She died on 22 October 1838 in USA.

 

b. 1786, married Tarrent Sibley, Jr., of Petersham, Mass., Aug. 20, 1806. He

was b. Oct. 22, 1781, lived in Sutton and Petersham, Mass. Betsey died Oct.

22, 1838, aged 52.

Children (there may have been others of which we have no record):

Hulda, b. in Sutton, Dec. 28, 1806, died Oct. 29, 1824.

Darius, b. 1815, died March 27, 1826, aged 11.

Henry, b. 1817, died Sept. 13, 1848.

Emory, b. 1824, m. Caroline S. Hastings May 29, 1849.

Harriet, b. 1829, died June 5, 1837.

Elizabeth, b. 1831, died Feb. 16, 1837.

 

Tarrent SIBLEY 6 [11237] was born on 22 October 1781 in USA. He had the title 'Jr'. He and Betsey AXTELL had the following children:

 

+290

Hulda SIBLEY (1806-1824) [12016]

+291

Darius SIBLEY (1815-1826) [12017]

+292

Henry SIBLEY (1817-1848) [12018]

+293

Emory SIBLEY (1824- ) [12019]

+294

Harriet SIBLEY (1829-1837) [12021]

+295

Elizabeth SIBLEY (1831-1837) [12022]

 

137. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11238], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11157] and Jemima BRIGGS [11158], was born in USA. At some point he married Polly RICHARDSON [11239] .

 

Lived in Jamaica, Vt.

 

Polly RICHARDSON 6 [11239] was born in USA.

 

138. Silas AXTELL 6 [11240], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11157] and Jemima BRIGGS [11158], was born in USA. At some point he married Anna BRIGGS [11241] .

 

b. --. Lived in Westmoreland, N.H., and afterwards in Jamaica, Vt. He m. Anna

Briggs.

 

Anna BRIGGS 6 [11241] was born in USA. She and Silas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+296

Silas W. AXTELL (1813-1899) [11504]

+297

Marshall AXTELL ( - ) [11506]

+298

Sarah AXTELL ( - ) [11507]

+299

Alzina AXTELL ( - ) [11509]

+300

Mandana AXTELL ( - ) [11511]

 

139. Benjamin AXTELL 6,51 [11242], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11157] and Jemima BRIGGS [11158], was born in 1782 in Jamaica, Windham County, Vermont, USA. 51 At some point he married Ruth SMITH [11243] .

 

b. --, married Ruth Smith. He was a farmer in Jamaica, Vt., but later went

west, where he died.

 

Ruth SMITH 6,51 [11243] was born in USA. She and Benjamin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+301

Willard AXTELL (1824-1908) [11512]

+302

Charlotte AXTELL ( - ) [11513]

+303

Levina AXTELL ( - ) [11515]

+304

Alonzo AXTELL (1830- ) [11517]

+305

Lorenzo AXTELL ( - ) [11519]

+306

Calestia AXTELL ( - ) [11521]

+307

Henry AXTELL ( - ) [11524]

+308

Mary Ann AXTELL ( - ) [11525]

 

140. Jemima AXTELL 6 [11244], daughter of Benjamin AXTELL [11157] and Jemima BRIGGS [11158], was born in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

141. Abiather CRANE 6 [11403], son of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1766 in USA.

 

142. Luranna CRANE 6 [11404], daughter of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1771 in USA.

 

143. Barnabas CRANE 6 [11405], son of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1775 in USA.

 

144. Benjamin CRANE 6 [11406], son of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1778 in USA.

 

145. Jemima AXTELL 6 [11407], daughter of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1778 in USA.

 

Birth year in question.

 

146. William AXTELL 6 [11408], son of Bernice CRANE [11160] and Joanna AXTELL [11159], was born in 1781 in USA.

 

147. Sybil AXTELL 6 [11245], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 6 July 1773 in USA.

 

148. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11246], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 24 January 1779 in USA.

 

149. Althen AXTELL 6 [11247], child of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 10 April 1781 in USA.

 

150. Polly AXTELL 6 [11248], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 29 August 1784 in USA.

 

151. Silas AXTELL 6 [11249], son of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 25 November 1785 in Wilmington, Windham County, Vermont, USA. He married Deborah PERRY [11250] on 17 May 1810. He died on 1 April 1849 in Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, USA.

 

b. In Wilmington, Vt., Nov. 25, 1785. On May 17, 1810, he married Deborah

Perry (b. June 29, 1789), daughter of Gen. Abner Perry, of Dover, Vt. Silas

cultivated the homestead, a small farm in Wilmington, till 1826, when he,

like hundreds of other sturdy Vermonters, longed for larger fields and, urged

by poverty and the call of his large family, turned towards the setting sun.

He first settled in Chautauqua Co., N.Y., and five years later moved to what

is now Perry, Lake Co., Ohio. Here he bought a large tract of land and

erected a spacious house. "The Axtell Farm at the Axtell Corners" on the

south Ridge Road, 35 miles east of Cleveland, originally a post road stop, is

still owned by the four surviving children of Lucien V. Axtell, though none

of them resides on it at the present time. He was a man of influence and

integrity, known and honored in all the region. In 1809 he was elected

Captain of the Third Co., Second rgt., First Brigade, of the State Militia of

Vermont. The original certificate, signed by Gov. Isaac Tichenor, Oct. 3,

1809, is now in possession of his grandson. He served in the War of 1812. In

1845 he was a member of the Ohio legislature. He died at Painesville, Ohio,

April 1, 1849. His wife died June 19, 1846.

 

Deborah PERRY 6 [11250] was born on 29 June 1789 in USA. She died on 19 June 1846 in USA. She and Silas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+309

Leonidas Adrian AXTELL (1811-1891) [11526]

+310

Silas Lloyd AXTELL (1812-1867) [11528]

+311

Abner Perry AXTELL (1813-1882) [11529]

+312

Salmon Blake AXTELL (1815-1861) [11531]

+313

Lucien Vespasian AXTELL (1818-1863) [11533]

+314

Mary Fay AXTELL (1819- ) [11535]

+315

Imri Phips AXTELL (1822-1888) [11536]

+316

Deborah Perry AXTELL (1823- ) [11538]

+317

Elisa Nims AXTELL ( -1838) [11539]

+318

Augusta Ann AXTELL (1830-1831) [11540]

 

152. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11251], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 28 January 1788 in USA.

 

153. Clarissa AXTELL 6 [11252], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 13 February 1790 in USA.

 

154. Salmon AXTELL 6 [11253], son of Silas AXTELL [11161] and Sybil HOSKINS [11162], was born on 11 July 1792 in Wilmington. He died on 19 November 1868 in USA.

 

b. in Wilmington, Vt., July 11, 1792. He settled at Fort Ann, N.Y., in 1815,

where he was the beloved and trusted doctor for forty years. He died Nov. 19,

1868. He was one of the most useful and influential citizens in the

community. Active and comprehensive in mind, skillful as a physician, kind

and attentive to all patients, regardless of their wealth, upright and

scrupulous in business matters, he left behind a name which was unsurpassed

by those who knew him.

 

Salmon AXTELL had the following children:

 

+319

Alanson B. AXTELL (1819-1876) [11541]

 

155. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11254], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Mary BEACH [11164], was born on 15 October 1761 in USA. She married LOZIER [11255] in USA.

 

LOZIER 6 [11255] was born in USA.

 

156. Mary AXTELL 6 [11256], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Mary BEACH [11164], was born in 1763 in Morris County, New Jersey, USA. She died before 1830 in USA. At some point she married Stephen LUDLOW [11257] .

 

b. 1763 in Morris Co., N.J. She married a farmer by the name of Stephen

Ludlow. She died between 1826 and 1830.

Children:

John M., b. Aug. 24, 1796.

Mary (Polly) b. July 23, 1799.

Charles, b. Feb. 16, 1802, m. Elizabeth Day.

 

Stephen LUDLOW 6 [11257] was born in USA. He and Mary AXTELL had the following children:

 

+320

John M. LUDLOW (1796- ) [12023]

+321

Mary (Polly) LUDLOW (1799- ) [12024]

+322

Charles LUDLOW (1802- ) [12025]

 

157. David AXTELL 6 [11258], son of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Mary BEACH [11164], was born in 1765 in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He married Hannah JOHNSON [11259] in 1790.

 

b. in Mendham, N.J., in 1765 or 1766. He married Hannah Johnson in 1790. He

followed the trade of saddle and harness maker. He lived in what is now

Brookside, east of Mendham Center. He was a large-sized man, full of humor,

and always ready with a joke.

 

Hannah JOHNSON 6 [11259] was born in USA. She and David AXTELL had the following children:

 

+323

Matilda AXTELL (1791?- ) [11542]

+324

Timothy Clark AXTELL (1796-1869) [11544]

+325

Henry AXTELL (1798- ) [11547]

+326

Mary AXTELL ( - ) [11549]

+327

Fanny AXTELL (1800- ) [11550]

+328

Levi AXTELL (1803- ) [11551]

+329

Louis AXTELL (1805-1877) [11553]

+330

John AXTELL (1808- ) [11556]

 

158. Lurana AXTELL 6,55 [11260], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 20 October 1767 in Morris County. 55,57 She married Samuel BEACH [11261] in January 1788. She died on 6 April 1820 in USA. 55,57

 

Samuel BEACH 6,55 [11261], son of Joseph BEACH (1720?-1765) [54085] and Eunice BALDWIN (1732?-1787) [54084], was born on 5 July 1762 in Mendham. 76 He died on 22 February 1824 in USA. 55,57,76 He and Lurana AXTELL had the following children:

 

+331

Henry BEACH ( - ) [27844]

+332

Eunice BEACH ( - ) [27845]

+333

Phebe Condit BEACH (1792- ) [27846]

+334

Charles BEACH ( - ) [27847]

+335

Amzi BEACH ( - ) [27848]

+336

Nancy BEACH ( - ) [27849]

+337

Elias BEACH ( - ) [27850]

+338

Silas C BEACH ( - ) [27851]

+339

Anna BEACH ( - ) [27852]

+340

Nathaniel BEACH ( - ) [27853]

+341

Sarah BEACH ( - ) [27854]

 

159. Silas AXTELL 6,55,77 [11262], son of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 5 April 1769 in Mendham. 77 He married Elizabeth LOREE [11263] on 9 January 1791 in Mendham. He died on 29 September 1823 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, USA. 77 He was buried in 1823 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 77

 

b. April 5, 1769, at the old homestead in Mendham, N.J. He married Elizabeth

Loree Jan. 9, 1791. He followed the carpenter's trade and carried on an

extensive business. He had a large shop near his house, where he and his

apprentices worked in the winter making doors, sash and blinds for the houses

they erected the following summer. Among his apprentices was Jacob Tuttle,

who afterwards entered the ministry, and whose son, the Rev. Joseph Tuttle,

D.D., became president of Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. Silas, like

his father (the Old Major), joined a military company and passed through all

the grades from private to Lieut. Col. He was commissioned Major in 1806 and

Lieut. Col. in command of the 1st rgt. Morris Co. brigade Nov. 28, 1809. He

retired in 1815. In Sept., 1823, in comapany with his wife and son Amzi he

set out in a one-horse wagon on a journey over the Alleghenys to Ohio to

visit their son Samuel L. On the road near Zanesville he was attacked by a

fatal disease and died there Sept. 29, 1823. His widow married Nathaniel

Clark in 1831; she died Aug. 9, 1851.

 

Elizabeth LOREE 6,55,78 [11263] was born on 30 July 1771 in USA. 78 She was born "?". 55 She died on 9 August 1851 in USA. 78 She was buried in 1851 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 78 She and Silas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+342

Samuel Loree AXTELL (1791-1855) [11558]

+343

Henry AXTELL (1793-1863) [11560]

+344

Mary Reeve AXTELL (1795-1823) [11562]

+345

Amzi AXTELL (1798-1840?) [11564]

+346

Phebe Condit AXTELL (1800-1852) [11568]

+347

John AXTELL (1802-1861) [11570]

+348

Silas AXTELL (1805- ) [11573]

+349

Jacob Tuttle AXTELL (1806-1880) [11574]

+350

Silas Condit AXTELL (1808- ) [11578]

+351

Jonathan Reeve AXTELL (1812-1900) [11579]

 

160. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11264], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 23 June 1771 in Mendham. She married Isaac CLARK [11265] on 6 January 1793. She died on 1 October 1832 in USA.

 

b. June 23, 1771, at Mendham, N.J. She married Isaac Clark Jan. 6, 1793; died

Oct. 1, 1832. Her children were:

Abigail, b. May 25, 1794.

Silas Condit, b. April 20, 1798.

Stephen, b. about 1800.

Anna, b. June 2, 1805.

 

Isaac CLARK 6 [11265] was born in USA. He and Phebe AXTELL had the following children:

 

+352

Abigail CLARK (1794- ) [12027]

+353

Silas Condit CLARK (1798- ) [12028]

+354

Stephen CLARK (1800?- ) [12029]

+355

Anna CLARK (1805- ) [12030]

 

161. Henry AXTELL 6 [11266], son of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 9 June 1773 in Mendham. He died on 11 February 1829 in USA. At some point he married Hannah COOK [11267] .

 

b. June 9, 1773 at Mendham, N.J. About 1797 he married Hannah Cook, daughter

of Capt. Daniel Cook, an officer in the Revolutionary Army. He graduated from

Princeton College in 1796 and later received the degree of Doctor of Divinity

from the same college. After conducting an Academy in Mendham for about ten

years, he concluded to seek a wider field for his labors, and moved to

Geneva, Ontario Co., N.Y. At Geneva he established an institution of

learning, which was afterwards known as "Geneva College." On July 12, 1812,

he was ordained as associate pastor with Rev. J. Chapman of the Presbyterian

Church of Geneva. Mr. Chapman died the next year, and Mr. Axtell became sole

pastor, which position he held until his death, Feb. 11, 1829. In his

ministry he was very successful. His personal appearance was pleasing. He was

6 ft. in height, spare in flesh. His manners were simple, not in the least

affected. In social life he exhibited a genial Christian spirit, never

multiplying words beyond measure, and never making them vehicles of

trivialities or of evil speech. The general sentiment respecting him was that

he was one of the best men that ever lived. His widow died in 1840, aged 65.

 

Hannah COOK 6 [11267] was born in 1775 (approx.) in USA. She died in 1840 in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+356

Rebecca Owen AXTELL (1798-1829) [11581]

+357

Daniel Cook AXTELL (1800-1837) [11583]

+358

Henry AXTELL (1802-1854) [11585]

+359

Phebe Ann AXTELL (1808-1828) [11587]

+360

Mary Jane AXTELL (1810-1849) [11588]

+361

Harriet Hannah AXTELL (1816-1849) [11589]

+362

Charles AXTELL (1818-1891) [11591]

 

162. Rhoda AXTELL 6,79,80,81 [11268], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 11 April 1775 in Mendham. 6,81 She was born on 11 April 1775 in Essex County, New Jersey, USA. 80 She married Simeon CORY [11269] on 26 May 1798 in Essex County. She died on 30 September 1865 in Morris County. 6,81 She died on 30 September 1865 in Morristown. 80 She was buried in 1865 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 81

 

b. in Mendham, N.J., April 5, 1775. she married Simon Cory May 26, 1798, and

died on Sept. 30, 1865. Her children were:

Martha, b. May 17, 1799; James, b. Jan. 18, 1801; Phebe, b. Feb. 16, 1803;

Anna, b. Dec. 5, 1804; Henry, b. Oct. 8, 1806; Lewis, b. Oct. 5, 1808; Silas

Day, b. Aug. 14, 1810; and Uzal, b. Sept. 28, 1812.

 

Simeon CORY 6,79,80,81 [11269], son of James CORY (1736-1807) [35629] and Martha CARTER (1736-1794) [35630], was born on 19 July 1774 in USA. He was born on 19 July 1774 in Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey, USA. 80 He died on 5 June 1847 in Morris County. He died on 5 June 1847 in Mendham. 80 He was buried in 1847 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 82 He and Rhoda AXTELL had the following children:

 

+363

Martha CORY (1799-1871) [12031]

+364

James CORY (1801-1880) [12032]

+365

Phebe CORY (1803- ) [12033]

+366

Anna CORY (1804-1870) [12034]

+367

Henry CORY (1806-1856) [12035]

+368

Lewis CORY (1808-1863) [12036]

+369

Silas Day CORY (1810-1890) [12037]

+370

Uzal CORY (1812-1888) [12038]

 

163. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11270], son of Henry AXTELL [11163] and Phebe CONDIT [11165], was born on 14 March 1777 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young. (Eph. S. A.).

 

164. Timothy AXTELL 6 [11271], son of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 11 September 1772 in Mendham. He died on 21 April 1847 in USA. At some point he married Mary FREEMAN [11272] .

 

b. Sept. 11, 1772, at Mendham, N.J.; m. Mary Freeman. A resident of Mendham

until about 1800, when he removed to the vicinity of Geneva, N.Y. He died

Apr. 21, 1847. He was familiarly called "Big-Handed Tim.".

 

Mary FREEMAN 6 [11272] was born on 10 September 1774 in New Jersey, USA. 83 She and Timothy AXTELL had the following children:

 

+371

Jeheil AXTELL (1795- ) [11594]

+372

John AXTELL (1797-1849) [11595]

+373

Charles AXTELL (1798-1854) [11597]

+374

Sarah AXTELL (1800-1869) [11598]

+375

Stephen AXTELL (1802-1831) [11600]

+376

George AXTELL (1804-1858) [11601]

+377

Mary Ann AXTELL (1806- ) [11603]

+378

Phebe AXTELL (1806- ) [11605]

+379

Samuel Freeman AXTELL (1812- ) [11607]

+380

Harriet AXTELL (1815- ) [11609]

 

165. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11273], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 29 September 1774 in USA. She died on 7 September 1837 in USA. At some point she married J. CONDIT [11274] .

 

J. CONDIT 6 [11274] was born in USA.

 

166. Samuel AXTELL 6 [11275], son of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 5 October 1776 in USA. He died on 21 December 1829 in Mendham. At some point he married Mary VANCE [11276] .

 

b. Oct. 5, 1887. He married Mary Vance. He was a sturdy tiller of the soil.

One person said of him, "There were few men who could take Samuel, or any of

his brothers out of their boots." He died Dec. 21, 1829, in Mendham, N.J. No

children.

 

Mary VANCE 6 [11276] was born in USA.

 

167. Philip Lindley AXTELL 6 [11277], son of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 4 November 1779 in Mendham. He married Maria STEVENS [11278] in 1803 (approx.). He died on 11 January 1831 in USA.

 

b. Nov. 4, 17789, at Mendham, N.J. He married Maria Stevens about 1803. He

died Jan. 11, 1831, and his wife died Nov. 13, 1864.

 

Maria STEVENS 6 [11278] was born in USA. She died on 13 November 1864 in USA. She and Philip Lindley AXTELL had the following children:

 

+381

James Stevens AXTELL (1804-1890) [11611]

+382

Luther AXTELL (1806-1878) [11613]

+383

William AXTELL (1809-1873) [11615]

+384

Hester AXTELL (1811-1886) [11617]

+385

Mary Ann AXTELL (1813- ) [11618]

+386

Phebe Mills AXTELL (1819- ) [11620]

 

168. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11279], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 14 February 1782 in USA. She died on 18 April 1789 in USA.

 

169. Ann AXTELL 6 [11280], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 23 November 1786 in USA.

 

170. Mary AXTELL 6 [11281], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 15 April 1789 in USA. She died on 2 January 1820 in USA. At some point she married MORRIS [11282] .

 

MORRIS 6 [11282] was born in USA.

 

171. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11283], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 15 April 1789 in USA.

 

172. Calvin AXTELL 6 [11284], son of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 23 September 1791 in USA. He died on 17 August 1822 in USA.

 

no children.

 

173. Electra AXTELL 6 [11285], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 29 March 1794 in USA. She died on 15 October 1795 in USA.

 

174. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11286], daughter of Calvin AXTELL [11172] and Mary MILLS [11173], was born on 9 December 1796 in USA. She died on 21 June 1879 in USA. At some point she married Henry D. LOREE [11287] .

 

(Ref. N.Y. Gen. and Biog. Rec. V.53, P. 136).

 

Henry D. LOREE 6 [11287] was born in USA. He died on 18 March 1879 in USA.

 

175. Rufus AXTELL 6 [11288], son of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 27 February 1779 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

176. Philip AXTELL 6 [11289], son of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 10 February 1781 in New Jersey. 84 He married Mary TUCKER [11290] on 23 February 1804 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on 25 October 1867 in Green County, Pennsylvania, USA. 84 He was buried in 1867 Mount Herman Baptist Cemetery in Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 84

 

b. Feb. 10, 1781, in N.J. He married Mary Tucker (b. Aug. 6, 1786) on Feb. 23, 1804, in Washington Co., Pa. He was a man of strong physique and character corresponding, a steadfast Christian, and a deacon in the Baptist church, serious in purpose and devout in feeling; yet he knew how to temper the gravity of life with frequent dashes of pleasantry. He was a farmer by occupation, residing in Washington Co. for several years; moved to Green Co., where he died Oct. 25, 1867. His wife died May 12, 1854. [axb45.ged].

 

Mary TUCKER 6 [11290] was born on 6 August 1786 in USA. 85 She died on 12 May 1854 in USA. 85 She was buried in 1854 Mount Herman Baptist Cemetery in Amwell Township. 85 She and Philip AXTELL had the following children:

 

+387

Eliza AXTELL (1805- ) [11622]

+388

Hannah AXTELL (1807- ) [11624]

+389

Rebecca AXTELL (1809- ) [11626]

+390

Zenas AXTELL (1812-1884) [11628]

+391

Luvina AXTELL (1819-1838) [11630]

+392

Mary AXTELL (1822-1838) [11631]

 

177. Luther AXTELL 6 [11291], son of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 25 July 1783 in Morris County. 59 He married Chloe CLARK [11292] on 15 August 1804. 59 He married Nancy MCCLAIN [11293] on 23 November 1809. 59 He died on 7 February 1868 in Washington County. 6 He died on 7 March 1868. 59

 

b. July 25, 1783, in Morris Co., N.J. when but a lad, with his parents, he moved to Washington Co., Pa. He inherited his father's farm, where he died Feb. 7, 1868. He was a man of sterling character, strong of mind, earnest in his convictions, and a man among men. He was for many years Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church. On Aug. 15, 1804, he married (1) Chloe Clark (b. Aug. 13, 1782; d. May 6 18, 1809), daughter of Samuel Clark. On Nov. 23, 1809, he married (2) Nancy McClain (b. June 27, 1785; d. Feb. 9, 1871). She was a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church for 71 years. [axb45.ged].

 

Chloe CLARK 6 [11292], daughter of Samuel CLARK ( - ) [74768], was born on 13 August 1782 in USA. 59 She died on 18 May 1809 in USA. 59 She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+393

Lusany AXTELL (1805-1858) [11632]

+394

Phebe AXTELL (1807-1868) [11634]

 

Nancy MCCLAIN 6 [11293] was born on 27 June 1785 in USA. 59 She died on 9 February 1871 in USA. 6 She died on 10 February 1871. 59 She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+395

Chloe AXTELL (1810-1842) [11636]

+396

John McClain AXTELL (1812-1827) [11638]

+397

Luvina AXTELL (1813-1816) [11639]

+398

Philip AXTELL (1815-1897) [11640]

+399

Sarah AXTELL (1817-1885) [11642]

+400

Silas AXTELL (1818-1860) [11644]

+401

Luther AXTELL (1820-1886) [11646]

+402

Rachel AXTELL (1822-1905) [11648]

+403

Hannah AXTELL (1824-1833) [11649]

+404

Nancy AXTELL (1828-1888) [11650]

 

178. Lurana AXTELL 6 [11294], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 25 July 1783 in USA. She died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

179. Mary AXTELL 6 [11295], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 7 February 1786 in USA. At some point she married Edward ROSS [11296] .

 

Edward ROSS 6 [11296] was born in USA.

 

180. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11297], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 13 April 1788 in USA. At some point she married Rufus DODD [11298] .

 

Rufus DODD 6 [11298] was born in USA.

 

181. Jemima C AXTELL 6,86 [11299], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 4 December 1790 in USA. 86 She married Daniel F DODD [11300] in 1814. She died on 20 February 1874 in Amity, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 86 She was buried in February 1874 in Amity. 86

 

Daniel F DODD 6,86 [11300] was born in USA. He and Jemima C AXTELL had the following children:

 

+405

Joanna DODD (1819-1871) [12039]

+406

Clarissa DODD ( - ) [12040]

 

182. Bethany AXTELL 6,87 [11301], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 7 April 1793 in Ten Mile, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 87 She died on 12 December 1863. 87 At some point she married Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] .

 

Joseph Cook RIGGS 6,87 [11302], son of Joseph RIGGS (1743?-1814) [22183] and Hannah COOK (1743?-1819) [22184], was born on 28 March 1788 in Morristown. 87 He married Kesiah DILLIE in 1811 (approx.). 87 He died on 12 December 1863 in Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. 87 He and Bethany AXTELL had the following children:

 

+407

Hannah RIGGS (1819- ) [22196]

+408

Asenath RIGGS (1822- ) [22197]

+409

Eunice RIGGS (1824- ) [22198]

+410

Lucinda RIGGS (1827- ) [22199]

+411

Luther RIGGS (1830- ) [22200]

+412

Sophia RIGGS (1833- ) [22201]

+413

Joseph Cook RIGGS (1838- ) [22202]

 

183. Henry AXTELL 6 [11303], son of Luther AXTELL [11174] and Hannah CONDIT [11175], was born on 11 December 1795 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

184. John AXTELL 3,6 [11304], son of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born in 1787 in Pittsford, Rutland County, Vermont, USA.

 

b. in Pittsford, Vt., in 1787. He became a Presbyterian minister and preached

in various places in northern New York state and Canada. He participated in

the War of 1812. He had a large family, but we have mention of but four sons,

as follows:

 

John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+414

Thomas Gibbs AXTELL (1813-1886) [11653]

+415

Cardin Jackson AXTELL ( - ) [11654]

+416

John Edsil AXTELL ( - ) [11655]

+417

Nathan Gibbs AXTELL (1827- ) [11656]

 

185. Henry AXTELL 3,6 [11305], son of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born on 27 December 1790 in Pittsford. He married Sarah T. WOODRUFF [11306] on 22 January 1812.

 

b. Dec. 27, 1790, at Pittsford, Vt. He married Sarah T. Woodruff Jan. 22,

1812. In March, 1813, with an ox team he moved his household goods and wife

through the wilderness of northern New York to the township of Pierpont, St.

Lawrence Co. Here he settled in the woods three miles form any neighbor and

cleared up the land occupied later by his son, Pitts B. Of his ten children

six died in infancy, a record which no doubt came from hardship and

privations of pioneer life.

 

Sarah T. WOODRUFF 6 [11306] was born in 1791 (approx.) in Connecticut, USA. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Pierrepont, Saint Lawrence County, New York, USA. 88 She appeared in the census in 1860 in Pierrepont. 88 She was a Housekeeper. 88 She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+418

John Edwin AXTELL (1814-1890) [11658]

+419

Pitts Brown AXTELL (1820- ) [11661]

+420

Amy AXTELL (1829- ) [11663]

+421

Ezra AXTELL (1831- ) [11665]

 

186. Samuel AXTELL 3,6 [11307], son of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born in 1792 in Pittsford. He married Zenath STERNS [11308] in 1811. He died on 28 November 1812 in Plattsburg, Clinton County, New York, USA.

 

b. 1792, at Pittsford, Vt.; m. Zenath Sterns in 1811. Samuel was a soldier in

the War of 1812 and died in the army at Plattsburg, N.Y., Nov. 28, 1812.

 

Zenath STERNS 6 [11308] was born in USA. She and Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+422

Diantha M. AXTELL (1812- ) [11667]

 

187. Dolly AXTELL 3,6 [11309], daughter of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born in 1794 in USA. At some point she married MORGAN [11310] .

 

MORGAN 6 [11310] was born in USA.

 

188. Hannah AXTELL 3,6 [11311], daughter of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born on 13 April 1796 in USA. She married Daniel CHURCH [11312] on 10 March 1816.

 

Daniel CHURCH 6 [11312] was born in USA.

 

189. Ebenezer AXTELL 3,6 [11313], son of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born in 1800 (approx.) in USA. 89 He died on 27 January 1874 in USA. 89 He was buried in January 1874 McConnelsville Cemetery in McConnellsville, Oneida County, New York, USA. 89 At some point he married Ann D [18032] .

 

Lived in McMonnells, Oneida Co., N.Y. His only son, Maurice is supposed to have perished in an earthquake in South America. http://www.di m.uchile.cl/~emoreno/genealogia/Html/I658.html [axb45.ged].

 

lived in McMonnells, Oneida Co., N.Y. His only son, Maurice is supposed to

have perished in an earthquake in South America. 3

 

Ann D [18032] was born in 1806 (approx.) in USA. 90 She died on 6 July 1883 in USA. 90 She was buried in July 1883 McConnelsville Cemetery in McConnellsville. 90 She and Ebenezer AXTELL had the following children:

 

+423

Maurice AXTELL (1832-1887) [18033]

 

190. Lurana AXTELL 3,6 [11314], daughter of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born on 27 January 1804 in USA. She married Dorus LEONARD [11315] in 1820.

 

Dorus LEONARD 6 [11315] was born in USA.

 

191. Ezra AXTELL 3,6 [11316], son of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born in 1806 in USA. He died in 1828 in USA.

 

192. Abigail AXTELL 3,6 [11317], daughter of Ezra AXTELL [11181] and Pirses BOOTH [11182], was born on 2 January 1811 in USA. She married Alva LEONARD [11318] on 21 October 1830 in USA.

 

Alva LEONARD 6 [11318] was born in USA.

 

193. Dean AXTELL 6 [11319], son of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born in USA. He died.

 

twin, died young. [axb45.ged].

 

194. Alvin AXTELL 6 [11320], son of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born in USA. He died.

 

twin, died young. [axb45.ged].

 

195. Sylvia AXTELL 6 [11321], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born on 15 March 1794 in USA. At some point she married Daniel H. RICE [11322] .

 

Daniel H. RICE 6 [11322] was born in USA.

 

196. Celia AXTELL 6 [11323], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born in 1797 in USA. She died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

197. Laura AXTELL 6 [11324], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born on 25 August 1799 in USA. At some point she married Henry CHANDLER [11325] .

 

Henry CHANDLER 6 [11325] was born in USA.

 

198. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11326], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born on 10 August 1801 in USA. At some point she married Ira CLARK [11327] .

 

Ira CLARK 6 [11327] was born in USA.

 

199. Samuel AXTELL 6 [11328], son of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born on 4 February 1804 in USA. He married Martha M. PAGE [11329] in 1831. He died on 26 April 1867 in Rutland, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. Feb. 4, 1804; m. Martha M. Page in Nov., 1831. He lived in Vermont until

1846, when he moved to Dane Co., Wis., and took up a large tract of land. He

died at Rutland, Wis., April 26, 1867.

 

Martha M. PAGE 6 [11329] was born in USA. She and Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+424

Benjamin Samuel AXTELL (1833-1879) [11668]

+425

Osman AXTELL (1835-1866) [11670]

+426

Martha AXTELL (1837- ) [11672]

+427

Elizabeth L. AXTELL (1840- ) [11674]

+428

Emery P. AXTELL (1848-1871) [11675]

 

200. Caroline AXTELL 6 [11330], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11185] and Celia DEAN [11186], was born in USA. At some point she married PARKER [11331] .

 

Husband was from Chester, Vt.

 

PARKER 6 [11331] was born in USA.

 

201. Henry Copse AXTELL 6 [11332], son of Henry AXTELL [11189], was born in 1786 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA. He married Mary S. GILMORE [11333] on 14 May 1807 in Providence. 91 He married Mary Ann WALLICE [11334] in 1844. He died on 17 May 1854 in USA.

 

b. 1786 at Providence, R.I.; m. Mary S. Gilmore at Providence, May 14, 1807;

m. (2) Mary Ann Wallice, 1844. He established himself as broker and money

lender in New York City, where he resided many years. He died May 17, 1854;

his wife died Nov. 10, 1876.

 

Mary S. GILMORE 6 [11333] was born in USA. She and Henry Copse AXTELL had the following children:

 

+429

Martha AXTELL ( - ) [11676]

+430

AXTELL ( - ) [11677]

 

Mary Ann WALLICE 6 [11334] was born in USA. She died on 10 November 1876 in USA. She and Henry Copse AXTELL had the following children:

 

+431

Henry Copse AXTELL (1846- ) [11678]

+432

Walter Monteroy AXTELL (1849- ) [11679]

+433

Mary Ann AXTELL (1852- ) [11680]

 

202. Louisa AXTELL 6 [11335], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11189], was born in 1788 in USA. She married David ELDERKIND [11336] on 21 May 1807 in Providence. 92

 

David ELDERKIND 6 [11336] was born in USA.

 

203. Rebecca AXTELL 6 [11337], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 23 February 1778 in USA. She married William AXTELL [11232] on 28 February 1797. She married Shadrack HATHAWAY [11338] on 1 December 1816.

 

William Axtell (6-17) was her second cousin. Shadrack Hathaway was from Worthington, Mass. [axb45.ged].

 

William AXTELL 6 [11232], son of William AXTELL (1742?- ) [11155] and Mercy LINKOLN ( - ) [11156], was born in 1767 in Taunton. He died on 5 October 1813 in Peru. He and Rebecca AXTELL had the following children:

 

+284

Finlinda AXTELL (1797- ) [11492]

+285

Chloe AXTELL (1799- ) [11494]

+286

Hiram AXTELL (1800-1877) [11496]

+287

Stillman AXTELL (1802- ) [11500]

+288

Cynthia AXTELL ( - ) [11501]

+289

Orisa AXTELL ( - ) [11503]

 

Shadrack HATHAWAY 6 [11338] was born in USA.

 

204. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11339], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born in 1779 in Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Lovina SLOCUMB [11340] on 8 December 1802 in Sutton. He died in 1847 in USA.

 

b. 1779 at Sutton, Mass.; went with his father to Peru, Mass., about 1800.

Married Lovina Slocumb Dec. 8, 1802, at Sutton. With his wife and children he

moved to Albany, N.Y., in 1834; to Royalton, Niagara Co., N.Y., in 1835; and

to Lockport, N.Y., in 1838, where he was in business until his death in 1847.

His wife died in 1855 in Albany, N.Y.

 

Lovina SLOCUMB 6 [11340] was born in USA. She died in 1855 in Albany, Albany County, New York, USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+434

Miletus Bullard AXTELL (1803-1859) [11682]

+435

Louisa AXTELL ( - ) [11684]

+436

Charles AXTELL (1805- ) [11685]

+437

Alden AXTELL (1807- ) [11687]

+438

Alvina AXTELL ( - ) [11688]

+439

Silas AXTELL (1811- ) [11689]

+440

Harriet AXTELL ( - ) [11690]

+441

Joshua AXTELL (1816- ) [11691]

+442

Arnold AXTELL (1817-1864) [11694]

+443

James M. AXTELL (1820- ) [11695]

+444

Mary AXTELL ( - ) [11696]

+445

Franklin R. AXTELL (1826- ) [11697]

 

205. Asa AXTELL 6 [11341], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 22 January 1781 in Sutton. He married Sarah TAYLOR [11342] on 21 January 1802. He died on 27 June 1855 in Clayton, Polk County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. Jan. 22, 1781, at Sutton, Mass.; m. Sarah Taylor Jan. 21, 1802. He lived

many years in Peru, Mass., and Belgrade, Me.; moved late in life to Clayton,

Wis., where he died June 27, 1855. "A talented man, a sincere Christian, a

Deacon in the Freewill Baptist Church." Occupation, farmer.

 

Sarah TAYLOR 6 [11342] was born in USA. She and Asa AXTELL had the following children:

 

+446

Asa AXTELL (1803-1881) [11700]

+447

Elias T. AXTELL (1805-1814) [11702]

+448

Willard AXTELL (1807-1884) [11703]

+449

James M. AXTELL (1809-1881) [11705]

+450

Thomas AXTELL (1810-1889) [11707]

+451

Joel T. AXTELL (1812-1832) [11709]

+452

William AXTELL (1814-1820) [11710]

+453

Taylor AXTELL (1816-1829) [11711]

+454

John AXTELL (1818-1889) [11712]

+455

Sarah AXTELL (1822-1873) [11714]

+456

Eldridge AXTELL (1824-1889) [11716]

+457

David AXTELL (1825-1898) [11718]

+458

Rufus B. AXTELL (1827- ) [11720]

 

206. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11343], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 22 February 1782 in USA. She married Ebenezer PELTON [11344] on 29 March 1803.

 

Ebenezer PELTON 6 [11344] was born in USA.

 

207. Ebenezer AXTELL 6 [11345], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 20 January 1785 in Sutton. He married Eleanor ELLISON [11346] on 16 March 1809. He married Cynthia J FISKE [11347] in March 1835. He died on 8 May 1849 in North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. at Sutton, Mass., Jan. 20, 1785;. (1) Eleanor Ellison Mar. 16, 1809; she

died Dec. 12, 1830, aged 34. He m. (2) Mrs. Cynthia Fisk of Cheshire, Mass.,

in March, 1835. He was a farmer, spent most of his life in Windsor and Peru,

Mass. He died in North Adams, Mass., May 8, 1849. Most of his children were

born in Windsor.

 

Eleanor ELLISON 6 [11346] was born in USA. She and Ebenezer AXTELL had the following children:

 

+459

Samantha AXTELL (1809- ) [11722]

+460

Voltaire AXTELL (1810-1810) [11723]

+461

Ellison AXTELL (1811- ) [11724]

+462

Loretta AXTELL (1813- ) [11726]

+463

Juliette AXTELL (1814- ) [11728]

+464

Electa Maria AXTELL (1815- ) [11730]

+465

Clarinda AXTELL (1818- ) [11732]

+466

Lucinda AXTELL (1819-1835) [11733]

+467

Ebenezer Porter AXTELL (1820- ) [11734]

+468

Mercy Artemisia AXTELL (1821- ) [11735]

+469

Eleanor Rosetta AXTELL (1823- ) [11737]

+470

Algernon Sidney AXTELL (1826- ) [11738]

+471

Voltaire William AXTELL (1827- ) [11739]

 

Cynthia J FISKE 6,93 [11347] was born in USA. She and Ebenezer AXTELL had the following children:

 

+472

Henry Kirk AXTELL (1836- ) [11740]

+473

Lucretia AXTELL (1839-1913) [11742]

+474

Helen Lenore AXTELL (1841- ) [11744]

 

208. Sylvester AXTELL 6 [11348], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 10 May 1786 in USA. He died on 12 June 1864 in USA. At some point he married Hila KENNEDY [11349] .

 

b. May 10, 1786; married Hila Kennedy; lived in Windsor and Peru, Mass.,

during his early married life. Moved to Canandaigua, N.Y., and in 1838 to

Kalamazoo, Mich., where the old Axtell house (1900) still stands, and the

Axtell Creek and Axtell Street bear witness to him as one of the early

settlers. The old farm is largely covered with buildings as the city expanded

southward. He died June 12, 1864. His wife, Hila Kennedy, was of pure Scotch

descent; her father was Asa Kennedy, son of one of the three brothers of the

"Clan of Kennedy," who came to America about 1660 and settled in Conn.

 

Hila KENNEDY 6 [11349] was born in USA. She and Sylvester AXTELL had the following children:

 

+475

Sylvester AXTELL (1808-1849) [11747]

+476

Hila Aurelia AXTELL (1811- ) [11748]

+477

Laura Fidelia AXTELL (1814- ) [11750]

+478

Manley Preston AXTELL (1816-1850) [11752]

+479

Allen Kennedy AXTELL (1818-1884) [11754]

+480

Octavius Augustus AXTELL (1820-1869) [11755]

+481

Riley Ambrose AXTELL (1823-1915) [11756]

+482

Benjamin Franklin AXTELL (1826-1864) [11758]

 

209. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11350], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 22 February 1787 in Sutton. He married Jane WELLMAN [11351] in 1809. He died on 20 August 1856 in USA. He was buried in Family lot, South Amherst, Lorain County, Ohio, USA.

 

b. Feb. 22, 1787, at Sutton, Mass.; married in 1809 Jane Wellman (b. Oct. 26, 1791), the daughter of a Revolutionary soldier of Belgrade, Me. He made his home in Peru, Mass. Here seven of his children were born. In 1822 he moved to Pittsfield, Lorain Co., O., and two years later to what was known as the "Home Place" in Russia township, near South Amherst, Lorain Co. It is said that his was the first frame dwelling erected in Lorain Co. In 1898 the house, much enlarged, was owned and occupied by one of the descendants. He was a generous man, a clear thinker with a judicial mind, and he was regarded as an authority in all practical matters. During his whole life he was a leading man in his immediate section of the country. He was a strict Baptist with the most rigid principles, a deacon during all his later life. He had a tall, powerful frame, an excellent specimen of the best Puritan type. He was a Whig in politics, differing from his nine sons and even his wife who were Democrats. He died Aug. 20, 1856, and was buried in the family lot in South Amherst. His wife died Mar. 26, 1873. [axb45.ged].

 

Jane WELLMAN 6 [11351] was born on 26 October 1791 in USA. She died on 26 March 1873 in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+483

Daniel AXTELL (1810-1862) [11761]

+484

Almon B AXTELL (1811-1873) [11763]

+485

Nancy Jane AXTELL (1813-1850) [11765]

+486

Alfred W. AXTELL (1814-1816) [11767]

+487

Osmyn Parson AXTELL (1817- ) [11768]

+488

Orcemus W. AXTELL (1818-1853) [11770]

+489

Marian A. AXTELL (1820-1843) [11771]

+490

Augustus Elbridge AXTELL (1822-1907) [11773]

+491

Roxanna F. AXTELL (1824-1870) [11776]

+492

Addison A. AXTELL (1826- ) [11778]

+493

Fannie AXTELL (1827-1923) [11780]

+494

Manley Washington AXTELL (1831-1893) [11782]

+495

Manning Jefferson AXTELL (1831-1898) [11784]

+496

Marquis DeLafayette AXTELL (1832-1879) [11786]

+497

Hulda C AXTELL (1835-1873) [11788]

 

210. Rachel AXTELL 6 [11352], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born in USA. At some point she married Ebenezer ELLISON [11353] .

 

Ebenezer ELLISON 6 [11353] was born in USA.

 

211. Assemath AXTELL 6 [11354], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born in USA. She married Jonathan ELLISON [11355] in USA.

 

Jonathan ELLISON 6 [11355] was born in USA.

 

212. Silas AXTELL 6 [11356], son of Thomas AXTELL [11195] and Rebecca FRENCH [11196], was born on 15 April 1795 in USA. He died in 1810 in USA.

 

213. Lincoln AXTELL 6,62 [11357], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 14 September 1771 in Morris County. 62 He married Sarah MARTIN [11359] on 29 July 1800. He died on 15 November 1843 in Martinsburg, Knox County, Ohio, USA. At some point he married Polly KIRKPATRICK [11358] .

 

b. in N.J., Sept. 14, 1771; went to Washington Co., Pa., in 1783; m. (1) Polly Kirkpatrick; m. (2) Sarah Martin July 29, 1800 (b. Jan. 9, 1777). He lived for a time in Mercer Co., Pa., where he built and operated the first grist mill in his township. Being of a mechanical turn of mind, he spent considerable time on perpetual motion. He moved to Martinsburg, Knox Co., Ohio, where he died Nov. 15, 1843. His wife survived him a few years, dying Aug. 29, 1850, at Martinsburg. He was in the War of 1812. [axb45.ged].

 

Polly KIRKPATRICK 6 [11358] was born in USA.

 

Sarah MARTIN 6 [11359] was born on 9 January 1777 in USA. She died on 29 August 1850 in Martinsburg. She and Lincoln AXTELL had the following children:

 

+498

Mary AXTELL (1801- ) [11790]

+499

John AXTELL (1802-1838) [11792]

+500

Daniel AXTELL (1804-1850) [11794]

+501

Elizabeth AXTELL (1806-1870) [11796]

+502

Lucinda AXTELL (1808- ) [11798]

+503

Benoni Martin AXTELL (1810-1871) [11800]

+504

Thomas AXTELL (1812-1896) [11802]

+505

Margaret Julia AXTELL (1820- ) [11804]

 

214. Eliab AXTELL 6,62 [11360], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 25 April 1774 in Morris County. 62 He married Eunice BALDWIN [11361] on 11 December 1794. He married Rhoda RIGGS [11362] on 6 February 1811. He died on 25 May 1842 in USA.

 

b. April 25, 1774, in N.J. He moved to western Pa. with his father's family

and settled in Washington Co. In 1798 he moved to Mercer Co., locating at New

Vernon, where he was listed as a "taxable" in 1800-1802. He was one to the

first elders of the "Old Fairfield Presbyterian Church." On Dec. 11, 1794, he

married (1) Eunice, daughter of Caleb B. Baldwin; she died in 1808. On Feb.

6, 1811, he married (2) Rhoda Riggs. Eliab died May 25, 1842. His widow died

in 1851. Abstract of will (Mercer Co., Pa.): Will of Eliab Axtell of Sandy

Creek, Beloved wife Rhoda, sons Joseph, Caleb, Simeon, Thaddeus, John McF.,

eldest daughter Irene Vaughn, Elizabeth Tuttle, and her daughter Eunice,

daughter Ruth Condit, daughter Eunice McClure, daughter Mary Johnson,

daughters Hannah and Rhoda. Proved June 7, 1842. Witness, John Condit, Samuel

Axtell.

 

Eunice BALDWIN 6 [11361] was born in USA. She died in 1808 in USA. She and Eliab AXTELL had the following children:

 

+506

Irene AXTELL (1796- ) [11806]

+507

Simeon AXTELL (1798-1843) [11808]

+508

Caleb AXTELL (1800- ) [11810]

+509

Elizabeth AXTELL (1802- ) [11813]

+510

Ruth AXTELL (1804- ) [11815]

+511

Thaddeus AXTELL (1806- ) [11817]

 

Rhoda RIGGS 6 [11362] was born in USA. She died in 1851 in USA. She and Eliab AXTELL had the following children:

 

+512

Joseph AXTELL (1811- ) [11819]

+513

Eunice AXTELL (1812- ) [11820]

+514

Joseph R. AXTELL (1815-1898) [11822]

+515

Hannah AXTELL (1816-1856) [11825]

+516

Mary AXTELL (1816- ) [11827]

+517

Eliab AXTELL (1818-1842) [11829]

+518

Rhoda AXTELL (1820-1852) [11830]

+519

John M. AXTELL (1822-1843) [11832]

+520

Daniel AXTELL (1824-1827) [11833]

 

215. Isaac Tuttle AXTELL 6,62 [11363], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born in 1776 in Washington County. 62 He married Rebecca RIGGS [11364] . He died on 1 September 1838 in Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio, USA. At some point he married Abigail [11365] .

 

b. in western Pa. 1776; m. Rebbeca Riggs, who died June 19, 1823. He m.(2) Abigail Jewell, a widow with eight children; with ten of his own and eight step-children he possessed quite a family from the present-day standpoint. In 1817 he moved to Mt. Vernon, Ohio, where he died Sept. 1, 1838. The history of Mercer Co., Pa., mentioned him as a resident of that county in 1800-1802.

 

Rebecca RIGGS 6 [11364], daughter of Joseph RIGGS (1743?-1814) [22183] and Hannah COOK (1743?-1819) [22184], was born on 9 September 1779 in Morristown. 87 She died on 19 June 1823 in Knox County, Ohio, USA. 87 She and Isaac Tuttle AXTELL had the following children:

 

+521

Mahala AXTELL (1801- ) [11834]

+522

Hiram AXTELL (1803-1839) [11835]

+523

Thankful AXTELL (1806- ) [11838]

+524

Joseph AXTELL (1808-1878) [11839]

+525

Hannah AXTELL (1810- ) [11841]

+526

Electa AXTELL (1813- ) [11843]

+527

Jesse Miller AXTELL (1815-1871) [11845]

+528

Rebecca A. AXTELL (1817- ) [11847]

+529

David AXTELL (1820-1877) [11849]

+530

Daniel Riggs AXTELL (1823- ) [11850]

 

Abigail 6 [11365] was born in USA.

 

216. Thomas AXTELL 6,62 [11366], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 31 January 1780 in Washington County. 62 He married Eunice RIGGS [11367] in 1801 (approx.). He married Jane [11368] in 1816. He died on 20 January 1853 in USA.

 

b. Jan. 31, 1780, in Washington Co., Pa. He went to Mercer Co., Pa., in 1798

with his father's family. At the age of 21 he married Eunice Riggs (History

of Morrow Co., O., gives Eunice; others as Jane). In the Spring of 1810 he

left Mercer Co., going to Knox Co., O., leased a tract of land near Mt.

Vernon, planted ten acres of corn, and at harvest time returned to

Pennsylvania for his family. He served forty days in the War of 1812, though

he enlisted for a longer period. During this time his wife remained alone in

her cabiln with her family, and even during a scare of "the British are

coming" remained in her home. She died in 1816, the mother of seven children.

After her death he married (2) Jane, widow of Isaac Jackson, by whom he had

four children. His second wife died June 19, 1850. One record gives his death

as Jan. 20, 1853; another as 1859. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church

at Mt. Gilead, Ohio, a quiet thoughtful, conscientious, strong-minded man.

 

Eunice RIGGS 6,87 [11367], daughter of Joseph RIGGS (1743?-1814) [22183] and Hannah COOK (1743?-1819) [22184], was born on 10 October 1784 in Morristown. 87 She died in 1816 in Knox County. 87 She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+531

Joel AXTELL (1802-1877) [11853]

+532

Mary AXTELL (1804- ) [11855]

+533

Joseph AXTELL (1806-1826) [11857]

+534

Daniel AXTELL (1808-1867) [11858]

+535

Cyrus AXTELL (1811-1887) [11860]

+536

Hannah AXTELL (1813- ) [11861]

+537

Rufus Dodd AXTELL (1815-1847) [11863]

 

Jane 6 [11368] was born in USA. She died on 19 June 1850 in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+538

Thomas M. AXTELL (1816-1844) [11865]

+539

Jane B. AXTELL (1819-1881) [11866]

+540

Azubah D. AXTELL (1820-1856) [11869]

+541

William M. AXTELL (1822-1850) [11870]

 

217. Rhoda AXTELL 6,62 [11379], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born in 1782 in Washington County. 62 She married John ROBB [11380] in 1804 in Washington County. 62

 

b. 1782, married John, son of James Robb in 1804. In the late 1840's they moved to Iowa and located in Marion Co.; had the following children: Hannah, Sarah, James, Ruth, Daniel, Ann, Polly, John, and Rhoda. Sarah married Thomas Axtell (7-303) in 1827. [axb45.ged].

 

Most likely born in New Jersey, moved to western PA a s a young child. Married John in 1804 and in the late 40's they moved to Marion Co., IA. [John Robb.GED.FTW]. 62

 

John ROBB 6,62 [11380] was born in 1790 (approx.) in USA. 62 He and Rhoda AXTELL had the following children:

 

+542

James ROBB ( - ) [12043]

+543

Daniel ROBB ( - ) [12045]

+544

Sarah ROBB (1806-1843) [12042]

+545

Hannah ROBB (1808?- ) [12041]

+546

Ruth ROBB (1812?- ) [12044]

+547

Anna Pollack ROBB (1815?-1887) [11954]

+548

Polly ROBB (1818?- ) [12047]

+549

John ROBB (1820?- ) [12048]

+550

Rhoda ROBB (1823-1898) [12049]

+551

Mary Chochran ROBB (1816-1873) [33482]

 

218. Amzi AXTELL 6,62 [11369], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 23 March 1784 in Morris Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 62 He married Anna STRIGHT [11370] in 1805 (approx.). He died on 27 November 1867 in USA. At some point he married Elizabeth CRATTY [11371] .

 

b. March 23, 1784, in Washington Co., Pa. In the year 1802 he was listed as a "taxable" in Mercer Co., Pa. About 1805 he married (1) Anna Stright, daughter of Laurence Stright, and married (2) Elizabeth Cratty. He was in the War of 1812. In 1840 he moved to Athens Co., Ohio. He died Nov. 27, 1867.

 

Anna STRIGHT 6 [11370] was born in USA. She and Amzi AXTELL had the following children:

 

+552

Mary AXTELL (1825-1876) [19040]

 

Elizabeth CRATTY 6 [11371] was born in USA. She and Amzi AXTELL had the following children:

 

+553

Daniel AXTELL (1813-1858) [11871]

+554

Strite (Stright) AXTELL (1815-1879) [11873]

+555

Nathan AXTELL (1817- ) [11877]

+556

Catherine AXTELL ( - ) [11879]

+557

Margaret AXTELL ( - ) [11881]

+558

Thomas AXTELL (1826-1873) [11883]

+559

Anna AXTELL ( - ) [11885]

+560

Elizabeth AXTELL ( - ) [11887]

+561

Rhoda AXTELL (1829- ) [11889]

+562

Samuel AXTELL (1829- ) [11891]

+563

Mary Ann AXTELL ( - ) [11893]

+564

Hiram AXTELL (1831-1898) [11895]

+565

Emeline AXTELL (1834- ) [11898]

 

219. Daniel AXTELL 6,62,94,95 [11372], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 4 May 1787 in Washington County. 62,95 He married Euphema LINN [11373] on 15 October 1807. He died on 20 September 1858 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 95 He was buried in 1858 Fairfield Church Cemetery in Mercer County. 95

 

b. May 4, 1787, married Euphenia Linn Oct. 15, 1807. She was the daughter of

Alex and Hannah Linn, and was born in 1788. With his father and a company

from "Ten Mile Creek," Washington Co., Pa., he moved to New Vernon, Mercer

Co., Pa., where he spent the remainder of his life. He was a tanner by trade,

and a soldier in the War of 1812. He died Sept. 20, 1858; his widow died in

1870. (see Armstrong's Gen. of Kirkpatrick).

 

Euphema LINN 6,94,95 [11373], daughter of Alexander LINN ( - ) [18676] and Hannah ARMSTRONG ( - ) [18677], was born on 25 March 1788 in New Jersey. 94 She died on 22 December 1870 in Mercer County. 94 She was buried in 1870 Fairfield Church Cemetery in Mercer County. 94 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+566

Ruth AXTELL (1808- ) [11899]

+567

Hannah AXTELL (1809- ) [11901]

+568

Alexander AXTELL (1811-1848) [11903]

+569

Rhoda AXTELL (1813- ) [11905]

+570

Thomas AXTELL (1814- ) [11907]

+571

Eliab AXTELL (1817-bef1860) [11909]

+572

George AXTELL (1820-bef1860) [11911]

+573

Louise AXTELL (1822-1855) [11913]

+574

Mary AXTELL (1824-1825) [11914]

+575

Martha AXTELL (1826-1861) [11915]

+576

Andrew AXTELL (1828- ) [11916]

+577

Loretta AXTELL (1831-1835) [11918]

 

220. Elizabeth AXTELL 6,62 [11374], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 13 August 1789 in Washington County. 62 At some point she married Francis SCOTT [11375] .

 

b. Aug. 13, 1789; married Francis Scott. Children:

Rhoda, Ruth, William H., Sarah, Rachel, Alvah, Margaret, Thomas, Louisa

and Daniel.

 

Francis SCOTT 6 [11375] was born in USA. He and Elizabeth AXTELL had the following children:

 

+578

Rhoda SCOTT ( - ) [12050]

+579

Ruth SCOTT ( - ) [12051]

+580

William H. SCOTT ( - ) [12052]

+581

Sarah SCOTT ( - ) [12053]

+582

Rachel SCOTT ( - ) [12054]

+583

Alvah SCOTT ( - ) [12055]

+584

Margaret SCOTT ( - ) [12056]

+585

Thomas SCOTT ( - ) [12057]

+586

Louisa SCOTT ( - ) [12058]

+587

Daniel SCOTT ( - ) [12059]

 

221. Joseph Smith AXTELL 6,62,96,97 [11376], son of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born on 17 April 1792 in Washington County. 62 He was born on 17 April 1792 in Vernon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 96 He married Eunice TUTTLE [11377] on 2 September 1813. He married Elizabeth CONDIT [11378] on 7 June 1821. 98 He died on 12 May 1851 in Roseville, Wabash, Illinois, USA. 96 He was buried in Fairfield Cemetery., Fairfield, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

b. April 17, 1792, in Mercer Co., Pa.; married Eunice Tuthill (Tuttle) Sept. 2, 1813 (b. Jan. 30, 1789). She died Sept. 13, 1820. He married (2) Elizabeth Condit (b. Oct. 26, 1802) on June 7, 1821; she was the daughter of Ezekiel Condit. She died Nov. 12, 1852. Joseph was a farmer, an Elder in the Prebyterian Church, a soldier in the War of 1812. He died May 12, 1851, while moving to Ill.; he was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Mercer Co., Pa. [axb45.ged].

 

An alternative father is a Thomas Axtell according the information from Jimmy Carmichael's website. No sources though. [Jon Axtell].

 

Eunice TUTTLE 6 [11377] was born on 30 January 1789 in USA. She died on 13 September 1820 in USA. She and Joseph Smith AXTELL had the following children:

 

+588

Mary AXTELL (1814-1886) [11919]

+589

Thomas M. AXTELL (1815-1817) [11921]

+590

Sarah AXTELL (1816-1816) [11922]

+591

Elizabeth AXTELL (1817-1884) [11923]

+592

Ruth AXTELL (1819-1870) [11925]

 

Elizabeth CONDIT 6,97,98 [11378], daughter of Ezekiel CONDIT (1773-1845) [27054] and Ruth CARMICHAEL (1778-1821) [27055], was born on 26 October 1802 in Mercer County. 98 She died on 12 November 1852 in Roseville, Warren County, Illinois, USA. 98 She and Joseph Smith AXTELL had the following children:

 

+593

Eunice S. AXTELL (1823-1903) [11927]

+594

Bathsheba AXTELL (1825- ) [11930]

+595

Samuel S AXTELL (1826-1899) [11931]

+596

Pliny Fisk AXTELL (1829-1887) [11933]

+597

Clarinda AXTELL (1831-1889) [11936]

+598

Amy AXTELL (1833-1893) [11938]

+599

Linus C. AXTELL (1835-1931) [11940]

+600

Caroline AXTELL (1837-1861) [11942]

+601

Permelia AXTELL (1840-1920) [11943]

+602

Sarah Jane AXTELL (1842- ) [11945]

+603

Zenas AXTELL (1844-1856) [11947]

+604

Albert C. AXTELL (1846-1948) [11948]

 

222. Polly AXTELL 6,62 [11381], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11199] and Ruth TUTTLE [11200], was born in USA. At some point she married John STRIGHT [11382] . At some point she married Samuel WILLIAMS [11383] .

 

John STRIGHT 6 [11382] was born in USA.

 

Samuel WILLIAMS 6 [11383] was born in USA.

 

223. Nathan AXTELL 6,62 [11384], son of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born on 19 January 1774 in Morris Township, New Jersey, USA. 62 He married Elizabeth CLUTTER [11385] in 1800 (approx.) in Wolf Creek, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 62 He died on 28 May 1852 in Morris Township. 62 He died on 28 May 1852 in Morris, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 6 He was buried in Brick Meetinghouse, USA.

 

b. Jan. 19, 1774. he married Elizabeth Clutter about 1800 in Wolf Creek

township, Washington Co., Pa.; she was born Feb. 6, 1779, and died Sept. 23,

1855. Nathan was a farmer. For the most part his life seems to have been

spent in Washington Co., Pa., although the history of Mercer Co., Pa.,

mentions him as a "taxable" there in 1800-1802. He was a Ruling Elder in the

Presbyterian Church for many years. He died May 23, 1852, in Morris township,

Washington Co., Pa. From the inscription on the grave stones still standing

in the old graveyard across the road from what was known as the "Brick

Meeting House" built in 1825, the foundation of which is still there, we find

the following:

Nathan Axtell,

Died May 23, 1852

Aged 78 years 4 months 4 days

Elizabeth,

wife of Nathan Axtell

Died Sept. 23, 1855,

Aged 76 years 7 months and 17 days.

[axb45.ged].

 

ID: I75256329

Name: NATHAN AXTELL

Given Name: NATHAN

Surname: AXTELL

Sex: M

Birth: 19 Jan 1774 in MORRIS Twp, NJ

Death: 28 May 1852 in MORRIS Twp, NJ 1

Note:

NATHAN WAS A FARMER AND THE FIRST PART OF HIS LIFE SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN SPENT IN WA Co., PA, ALTHOUGH THE HISTORY OF MERCER Co LISTS HIM AS A TAXABLE THERE IN 1800 AND 1802.

HE WAS A RULING ELDER IN THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOR MANY YEARS. THE

INSCRIPTIONS ON THEIR GRAVESTONES, STILL STANDING IN THE OLD GRAVEYARD ACROSS THE ROAD FROM WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE BRISK MEETING HOUSE BUILT IN 1825, THE FOUNDATION OF WHICH IS STILL STANDING, IS THE FOLLOWING:

NATHAN AXTEL

DIED MAY 28, 1852

AGED 78 YEARS, 4 MONTHS, 4 DAYS

ELIZABETH

WIFE OF NATHAN AXTEL

DIED SEPTEMBER 23, 1855

AGED 76 YEARS, 7 MONTHS, 17 DAYS

Father: THOMAS AXTELL

Mother: MARY TUTTLE b: 29 Apr 1752

Marriage 1 ELIZABETH CLUTTER b: 6 February 1779

Married: Abt 1800 in WOLF CREEK Twp, Washington CO., PA

Children

JOHN AXTELL

THOMAS AXTELL b: 17 Mar 1802

FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS AXTELL b: 19 Jun 1814 in Washington Co., PA

NATHAN AXTELL b: 1818

UNKNOWN AXTELL

ELIZA AXTELL b: 31 Dec 1805

SARAH AXTELL

PHOEBE AXTELL

IRENE AXTELL

Sources:

Author: SOCIETY OF MAYFLOWER DESCENDENTS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF PA.

 

Elizabeth CLUTTER 6,62 [11385] was born on 6 February 1779 in Morris, New Jersey, USA. 62 She died on 23 September 1855 in Morris Township. 62 She was buried in Brick Meetinghouse. She and Nathan AXTELL had the following children:

 

+605

John AXTELL ( - ) [11950]

+606

Thomas AXTELL (1802-1872) [11951]

+607

Eliza AXTELL (1805-1874) [11958]

+608

Flavius Josephus AXTELL (1804-1890) [11953]

+609

Nathan AXTELL (1818- ) [11955]

+610

AXTELL ( - ) [11956]

+611

Sarah AXTELL ( - ) [11960]

+612

Phebe AXTELL ( - ) [11962]

+613

Irene AXTELL ( - ) [11963]

 

224. Hannah AXTELL 6,62 [11386], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born in 1776 (approx.) in New Jersey. 62 At some point she married Levi LINDLEY [11387] . She married Ithiel DODD [11388] in 1795. 20

 

Levi LINDLEY 6 [11387] was born in USA.

 

Ithiel DODD 6 [11388] was born in 1776 (approx.) in USA. 20 He and Hannah AXTELL had the following children:

 

+614

Mary DODD (1796-1868) [74499]

 

225. Sarah AXTELL 6,62 [11389], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born on 25 May 1777 in Morris Township. 62 She died on 2 December 1811 in Pennsylvania, USA. 62 She was buried Upper Ten Mile Cemetery in Morris Township. 62 At some point she married Timothy LINDLEY [11390] .

 

ID: I08496

Name: Sarah AXTELL

Sex: F

Birth: 25 MAY 1777 in Morris Twp, Washington Co., PA

Death: 2 DEC 1811 in Morris Twp, Washington Co., PA

Burial: Upper Ten Mile Cemetery, Morris Twp, Washington Co., PA

Father: Thomas AXTELL b: ABT 1750 in Morris Co., NJ

Mother: Mary TUTTLE b: 26 APR 1752 in Hanover, Morris Co., NJ

Marriage 1 Timothy LINDLEY

[Judith Feigenbaum nee Maxey]. 62

 

Timothy LINDLEY 6 [11390] was born in USA.

 

226. Cecelia AXTELL 6,62 [11391], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born in 1780 in New Jersey. 62 At some point she married Darling DAY [11392] .

 

Darling DAY 6 [11392] was born in USA.

 

227. Phoebe AXTELL 6,62 [11393], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born on 28 August 1786 in Washington County. 23,62 She married Ichabod DILLE [11394] on 5 January 1805 in Pennsylvania. 23 She died in 1832 in Mercer, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 23

 

First name: Phoebe Known as:

Middle name: Occupation:

Surname: Axtell Date of birth: 28/08/1786

Year of birth: 1786 Date of baptism:

Gender: Female Year of death: 1832

Source of data:

Place of birth: Washington County, Pennsylvania

Place of baptism:

Place of death: Mercer, Pennsylvania

Notes:

Spouse name: Ichabod Dille

Place of marriage: Pennsylvania

Date of marriage: 05/01/1805

Divorced: No. 23

 

Ichabod DILLE 6,23 [11394] was born on 27 June 1783 in Washington County. 23 He died in 1855 in Washington County. 23 He and Phoebe AXTELL had the following children:

 

+615

Ruth DILLE (1825-1919) [17496]

 

228. Ruth AXTELL 6,62 [11395], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born in 1789 in Morris Township. 62 At some point she married Timothy LINDLEY [11396] .

 

Timothy LINDLEY 6 [11396] was born in USA.

 

229. Samuel McFarland AXTELL 6,62 [11397], son of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born on 25 November 1791 in Morris Township. 62 He was a Doctor. He married Mary LOVERIDGE [11398] on 10 January 1811. He died on 4 November 1864 in USA.

 

b. Nov. 25, 1791, in "Sim's Block House," Washington Co., Pa.; married Mary Loveridge Jan. 10, 1811. He pursued the study of medicine at Washington College and entered that profession. He settled in Sheakleyville, Mercer Co., Pa., in 1825, where he became famous in all the surrounding country for his skill and kindly deeds. In his later life he attended the community in an epidemic of dysentery which killed a great many of the inhabitants; he had as many as 200 patients at once. Working day and night, he finally succumbed to it himself and was successfully treated by his son, William H., who had followed his father in the profession. He was known the country over as "The Old Doctor." He died Nov. 4, 1864, the first of three generations of doctors. His wife survived him several years, dying April 8, 1885. "The Old Doctor" was an active member of the first medical society in that county and was elected its president in 1844. He was also a member of the second medical association of Mercer Co., organized in June 1848. He served as president of this association also. His son W. H. is also listed as a member. He retired from active practice in 1852, succeeded by his son. [axb45.ged].

 

Mary LOVERIDGE 6 [11398] was born on 25 November 1791 in Washington County. 99 She died on 8 April 1885 in USA. She and Samuel McFarland AXTELL had the following children:

 

+616

Bethsheba AXTELL (1812- ) [11964]

+617

Pamelia AXTELL (1814- ) [11966]

+618

William Harvey AXTELL (1816-1906) [11968]

+619

Jane M. AXTELL (1818-1895) [11971]

+620

Chalmers Young AXTELL (1821-1822) [11973]

+621

Hannah L. AXTELL (1823- ) [11974]

+622

Milton Blachly AXTELL (1825-1907) [11976]

+623

Abijah Clinton AXTELL (1828-1906) [11978]

+624

Cecelia M. AXTELL (1830-1833) [11980]

+625

Loveridge Samuel AXTELL (1832- ) [11981]

+626

Nathan Hutton AXTELL (1836-1908) [11984]

+627

Joseph Monroe AXTELL (1838- ) [11986]

 

230. Thomas AXTELL 62 [33536], son of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Mary TUTTLE [11202], was born in 1800 in Morris Township. 62

 

ID: I8494

Name: Thomas AXTELL

Sex: M

Birth: ABT. 1800 in Morris Twp, Washington Co., PA

Father: Thomas AXTELL b: ABT. 1750 in Morris Co., NJ

Mother: Mary TUTTLE b: 26 APR 1752 in Hanover, Morris Co., NJ

[Judith Feigenbaum nee Maxey]. 62

 

231. Thomas AXTELL 6,100 [11401], son of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Ellen MCLEAN [11203], was born on 14 September 1793 in USA. 100 He was born on 25 October 1797 in Washington County. He married Mary WIER [11402] on 6 April 1820. He was buried in 1862 Solsberry Cemetery in Solsberry, Greene County, Indiana, USA. 100 He died on 25 September 1867 in Solesberry, Greene County, Indiana, USA. 100

 

b. Oct. 25, 1797, in Washington Co., Pa. He married Mary Wier April 6, 1820. In 1835 he moved to Knox Co., Ohio, and later to Solesberry, Green Co., Ind., where he died Sept. 25, 1867. He was a Ruling Elder in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church before leaving Pa., exerting a very favorable influence religiously, as well as patriotically. Occupation, farmer. [axb45.ged].

 

Find-a-Grave has 14Sep1793-25Sep1862 for Thomas' lifeline dates, whilst axb45.ged has 25Oct1797-25Sep1867. There is enough correlation between dates to be enough to indicate that they are borh for Thomas and that the difference is due to transcription errors, but from which source is not known. [Jon Axtell].

 

Moved to Knox Co., IN in 1836, engaged in the mercantile business in the town of Bladensburgh.

Source:

Cemeteries of Eastern Greene Co., IN buried in Solsberry Cem. along with his wife Mary.

1860 census, Greene Co., IN Beech Creek Twp, HH 250, in household with them is daughter, Elizabeth and two of her children.

[Judy Jefferson]. 101

 

Mary WIER 6,102 [11402] was born in November 1797 in USA. 102 She died on 22 July 1875 in USA. 102 She was buried in 1875 Solsberry Cemetery in Solsberry. 102 She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+628

Emeline AXTELL (1821- ) [12005]

+629

Samuel W. AXTELL (1823-1827) [12006]

+630

George Ringland AXTELL (1825-1909) [12007]

+631

Elizabeth AXTELL (1826-1883) [12012]

+632

Andrew Jackson AXTELL (1827-1900) [12010]

+633

Thomas J. AXTELL (1835- ) [12013]

+634

Joseph W. AXTELL (1837-1870) [12015]

 

232. Charles AXTELL 6 [11399], son of Thomas AXTELL [11201] and Ellen MCLEAN [11203], was born on 10 July 1796 in Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth VENNUM [11400] on 8 July 1817. He died on 12 April 1871 in Milford, Iroquois County, Illinois, USA.

 

b. July 10, 1796, near Washington, Pa. He married Elizabeth Vennum July 8,

1817. In 1834 he moved to Iroquois Co., Ill., where he engaged extensively in

farming. He died at Milford, Ill., April 12, 1871. His wife died Dec. 12,

1866.

 

Elizabeth VENNUM 6 [11400] was born in USA. She died on 12 December 1866 in USA. She and Charles AXTELL had the following children:

 

+635

Thomas Vennum AXTELL (1820-1883) [11989]

+636

John Newton AXTELL (1823- ) [11991]

+637

Columbus AXTELL ( - ) [11993]

+638

Luvina AXTELL (1827-1835) [11994]

+639

Mary J. AXTELL (1829-1871) [11995]

+640

Emeline AXTELL ( - ) [11997]

+641

Charles McLain AXTELL (1834-1912) [11998]

+642

Elizabeth AXTELL (1835- ) [12001]

+643

Luvina E. AXTELL (1839- ) [12003]

 

233. Thomas TAYLOR 15 [76181], son of Thomas TAYLOR [76176] and Mary QUINN [76177], was born on 4 May 1787 in Ireland. 15 He died on 6 December 1870. 15

 

2nd Marquess of Headfort. 15

Tenth Generation

234. Amos WHEELER 7 [27211], son of Amos WHEELER [27210] and Eunice GATES [27209], was born on 28 May 1783 in Charleston, Sullivan Country, New Hampshire, USA. 7 He married Rachel MCLAUGHLIN [27212] in 1805 in Charleston. 7 He died on 3 July 1850 in Charleston. 7

 

Rachel MCLAUGHLIN 7 [27212] was born on 2 October 1785 in Londonderry, Ultser, Ireland. 7 She died on 5 February 1876 in Eaton, Quebec, Canada. 7 She and Amos WHEELER had the following children:

 

+644

Jane M WHEELER (1815-1881) [27213]

 

235. Betsey AXTELL 6 [11409], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Tamar CURTIS [11205], was born in USA. At some point she married Nathan COOK [11410] .

 

Nathan COOK 6 [11410] was born in USA.

 

236. Sabra AXTELL 6 [11411], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Tamar CURTIS [11205], was born in USA. She married William MARTIN [11412] in 1809.

 

Hon. William Martin and she lived in Marshfield, Vt., had 5 sons, 3 daughters.

 

William MARTIN 6 [11412] was born in USA.

 

237. Tamar AXTELL 6,65 [11413], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born in 1788 in USA. At some point she married Nathaniel COOK [11414] .

 

Nathaniel COOK 6,65 [11414] was born in USA.

 

238. Moses AXTELL 6,103 [11415], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 29 October 1790 in New York, New York, USA. 6,69,103 He married Lillah SHERMAN [11416] on 12 November 1814. He was baptised on 2 March 1839 at First Baptist Church in Deposit, Deleware County, New York, USA. 104 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 He died on 22 October 1880 in Deposit. 6,69 He was buried in 1880 Barbourville Cemetery in Deposit.

 

b. Oct. 29, 1790; m. Nov. 12, 1814, Zillah Sherman (b. Mar. 3, 1794, d. Aug. 11, 1875). He lived in Barbourville, Delaware Co., N.Y.; was a farmer and blacksmith; lived on the farm of his father. He died Oct. 22, 1880. [axb45.ged].

 

Lillah SHERMAN 6,67 [11416] was born on 3 March 1794 in New York. 6,69 She died on 11 August 1875 in Deposit. 6,69 She was buried in 1875 Barbourville Cemetery in Deposit. She and Moses AXTELL had the following children:

 

+645

Henry S AXTELL (1815-1873) [12060]

+646

William AXTELL (1816-1896) [12062]

+647

Abram S. AXTELL (1818-1854) [12064]

+648

Eunice AXTELL (1819- ) [12066]

+649

Moses AXTELL (1821-1883) [12068]

+650

Harriet AXTELL (1823-1825) [12071]

+651

Betsy AXTELL (1825- ) [12072]

+652

Jane AXTELL (1828- ) [12074]

+653

Elanson AXTELL (1829-1913) [12076]

+654

AXTELL (1832?-1832) [26455]

+655

Owen W. AXTELL (1834-1837) [12078]

+656

Sarah AXTELL (1835-1859) [12079]

+657

David W. AXTELL (1838-1929) [12081]

 

239. Abigail AXTELL 6,65 [11417], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 6 April 1792 in USA. She died on 18 October 1857 in Deposit. 67 She was buried in 1857 Eldredge Axtell Cemetery, Route #28 in Deposit. At some point she married Nicholas SLITER [11418] .

 

Nicholas SLITER 6,65 [11418] was born in 1782 (calculated) in USA. 67 He died on 21 May 1864 in Deposit. 67 He was buried in 1864 Eldredge Axtell Cemetery, Route #28 in Deposit. 67

 

240. Sally AXTELL 6 [11419], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born in USA.

 

axb45.ged has Sally as a seperate person to Sally Pamilia which is the name taken from the dcnyhistory.org source. Since axb45.ged doesn't list any dates it is likely that Sally and Pamilia are one and the same. [Jon Axtell]. 65

 

241. Sally Pamilia AXTELL 6,65 [11420], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 11 January 1797 in USA. She married Henry HESS [11421] in 1816. She died of Dropsy on 22 June 1864 in USA.

 

Henry HESS 6,65 [11421] was born in USA.

 

242. David AXTELL 6 [11422], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 2 June 1799 in USA. He married Susanna DENNIS [11423] in 1824 (approx.). He died on 16 February 1845 in USA.

 

b. June 2, 1799; m. Susanna Dennis about 1824. Spent most of his days in Barbourville (Deposit), N.Y. He died Feb. 16, 1845.

 

Susanna DENNIS 6 [11423] was born in USA. She and David AXTELL had the following children:

 

+658

Tamar AXTELL (1825- ) [12083]

+659

Harriet AXTELL (1827- ) [12086]

+660

Sarah AXTELL (1829- ) [12089]

+661

Mary AXTELL (1831- ) [12092]

+662

George David AXTELL (1835- ) [12094]

+663

Susanna AXTELL (1837- ) [12096]

+664

Emily AXTELL (1839- ) [12098]

+665

Almira AXTELL (1842- ) [12101]

 

243. Ann AXTELL 6,65 [11424], daughter of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born in USA. At some point she married Daniel WOOD [11425] .

 

Daniel WOOD 6,65 [11425] was born in USA.

 

244. Joseph AXTELL 6,103 [11426], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born in 1802 in Delaware County, New York, USA. 6,103 He married Caroline HARPER [11427] in 1826. 6 He was baptised on 1 January 1837 at First Baptist Church in Deposit, Delaware County, New York, USA. 104 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 He died on 11 June 1884 in Deposit. 6,104

 

b. 1802 in Delaware Co., N.Y.; m. Caroline Harper in 1826. He lived and died at Deposit, N.Y., dying June 1884. [axb45.ged].

 

Caroline HARPER 6,103 [11427] was born on 29 November 1803 in Delaware County. 103,105 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 She and Joseph AXTELL had the following children:

 

+666

Elizabeth AXTELL (1827- ) [12103]

+667

Harriet AXTELL (1829- ) [12105]

+668

Caroline AXTELL (1831- ) [12107]

+669

William Lovelace AXTELL (1833-1890) [12109]

+670

Sarah J. AXTELL (1835- ) [12111]

+671

Walter J AXTELL (1837-1893) [12113]

+672

Moses R. AXTELL (1839-1900) [12115]

+673

Margaret AXTELL (1842- ) [12117]

+674

Emeline AXTELL (1844-1884) [12119]

+675

Esther AXTELL (1849-1931) [12121]

 

245. John AXTELL 6,65,103 [11428], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 25 June 1805 in USA. 6,103 He married Mary Ann ROGERS [11429] in 1839. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 He died on 25 June 1882 in Deposit. 67 He was buried in 1882 Barbourville Cemetery, NYS #8 in Deposit. 67

 

b. June 25, 1805, married Mary Ann Rogers in 1839. They were the parents of ten children all of whom died young and are buried in the Axtell Cemetery at Barbourville, N.Y.; d. 1882.

 

Mary Ann ROGERS 6,65,103 [11429] was born in 1820 in Saratoga County, USA. 6,65,103 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+676

Warren B. AXTELL (1840-1843) [12123]

+677

Harper AXTELL (1842-1849) [12124]

+678

Margaret A. AXTELL (1844-1849) [12125]

+679

Esther L. AXTELL (1847-1847) [12126]

+680

Curtis AXTELL (1849-1851) [12127]

+681

Nelson M. AXTELL (1851-1856) [12128]

+682

Elnora M. AXTELL (1852-1856) [12129]

+683

Mary Jane AXTELL (1855-1856) [12130]

+684

Willie J. AXTELL (1856-1863) [12131]

+685

Frank B. AXTELL (1859-1863) [12132]

 

246. George AXTELL 6,65 [11430], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 12 October 1807 in Delaware County. He married Barbara BENEDICT [11431] in 1829. He died on 22 May 1861 in Barbourville, Delaware County, New York, USA. 67 He was buried in 1861 Barbourville Cemetery, NYS #8 in Deposit. 67

 

b. Oct. 12, 1807, in Delaware Co., N.Y. He m. Barbara Benedict in 1829. He died May 22, 1861, at Barbourville, N.Y. [axb45.ged]

There is some confusion over George's name and that of his father. The source from dcnyhistory.org indicates that an Arthur married Barbary Benedict. All dates are as for George Axtell from axb45.ged. dcnyhistory.org does state that Arthur had 7 boys and 1 girl the same as axb45.ged does for George. Text from dcnyhistory.org states "Arthur Axtell is a son of George Axtell, who was born October 12th, 1807, married Miss Barbary Benedict in 1829, and died May 22nd, 1861. They had a family of seven boys and one girl. Three of the sons were in the late war; John in the 44th N. Y., Edgar in the 1st Michigan, and Charles in the 144th N. Y. " [Jon Axtell].

 

Barbara BENEDICT 6,65,103 [11431] was born in 1811 (calculated) in USA. 67,103 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Deposit. 103 She died in 1884 in Deposit. 67 She was buried in 1884 Barbourville Cemetery, NYS #8 in Deposit. 67 She and George AXTELL had the following children:

 

+686

Henry AXTELL (1830-1894) [12133]

+687

John AXTELL (1833-1911) [12135]

+688

Edgar AXTELL (1835-1907) [12137]

+689

George AXTELL (1837-1860) [12140]

+690

Charles AXTELL (1840-1863) [12141]

+691

Martha J. AXTELL (1843-1927) [12142]

+692

Erwin AXTELL (1847-1941) [12143]

+693

Arthur AXTELL (1849-1929) [12146]

 

247. Rufus AXTELL 6,66 [11432], son of Moses AXTELL [11204] and Bethsheba PEAK [11206], was born on 13 August 1810 in USA. He died of Dropsy on 13 April 1827 in Deposit. 6,68 He was buried in 1827 Eldredge Axtell Cemetery, Route #28 in Deposit. 66,67,68

 

248. Luther AXTELL 6,106 [11433], son of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born on 11 November 1781 in Charlton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. 70,107 He died on 12 July 1870 in USA. 70 He was buried in 1870 Nile Cemetery in Nile, Allegany County, New York, USA. 70 At some point he married Sarah PEAK [11434] .

 

b. Nov. 11, 1781 in Charlton, Mass. He was a farmer, and lived in Niles, Allegany Co., N.Y, married .....Peak.

 

Sarah PEAK 6,70 [11434] was born in 1780 in USA. 106 She died on 19 November 1859 in USA. 106 She was buried in 1859 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 106 She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+694

Daniel AXTELL ( - ) [12148]

+695

George AXTELL ( - ) [12149]

+696

Sophia AXTELL ( - ) [12150]

+697

Luther M. AXTELL (1819-1861) [12152]

+698

Hulda AXTELL ( - ) [12153]

+699

Finlinda AXTELL ( - ) [12154]

+700

Betsy AXTELL ( - ) [12155]

 

249. Abigail AXTELL 6,21 [11435], daughter of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born on 3 June 1781 in Charlton. 21,107 She married Sylvanis MERRIMAN [11436] on 9 October 1800 in Unadilla, Otsego County, New York, USA. 21 She died in 1865 in Friendship, Allegany County, New York, USA. 21

 

Sylvanis MERRIMAN 6,21 [11436], son of Samuel MERRIMAN (1749-1824) [31399] and Thankful HALL (1746-1823) [31400], was born on 5 October 1778 in Unadilla. 21 He was a Judge. 21 He died in 1860 in Friendship. 21 He was buried in 1860 Nile Cemetery in Friendship. 21 He and Abigail AXTELL had the following children:

 

+701

Aaron MERRIMAN (1801-1876) [31418]

+702

Lucy MERRIMAN (1803- ) [31468]

+703

Levi MERRIMAN (1806?- ) [31469]

+704

Alexander MERRIMAN (1816-1886) [31470]

+705

Sylvanus MERRIMAN (1819?- ) [31472]

+706

Hyra MERRIMAN (1821- ) [31473]

+707

Samuel MERRIMAN (1822?- ) [31474]

 

250. Harvey AXTELL 6,108 [11437], son of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born in 1785 (approx.) in USA. 109 He was born in 1790 (approx.) in Friendship. 107 He died on 3 November 1866 in USA. 109 He was buried in 1866 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 109 At some point he married Polly UTTER [18881] .

 

b. 1785, lived in Friendship, Allegany Co., N.Y.

 

Find-a-Grave has burial record in 1866 for a Harvey Axtell aged 80 which makes the birth of 1785 for the Harvey from axb45.ged a close match. Another clue is the note about his spouse being Polly Utter Axtell which matches up with Harvey U Axtell from axb45.ged. [Jon Axtell].

 

Polly UTTER 109 [18881], daughter of Josiah UTTER ( - ) [18882] and Mary KETCHUM ( - ) [18883], was born on 10 December 1798 in USA. 108 She died on 28 January 1860 in USA. 108 She was buried in 1860 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 108 She and Harvey AXTELL had the following children:

 

+708

Harvey Utter AXTELL (1811-1888) [12156]

+709

Sally AXTELL ( - ) [12158]

+710

Edward M. AXTELL (1826- ) [12159]

+711

Susan AXTELL ( - ) [12160]

 

251. Hiram AXTELL 6,110 [11438], son of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born on 1 May 1790 in New York, USA. 107 At some point he married Lucy CRABTREE [11439] .

 

b. May 1, 1790, married Lucy Crabtree. About 1837 he moved to Lee Co., Ill.,

where he followed farming. (order of children is uncertain.).

 

Lucy CRABTREE 6 [11439] was born in USA. She and Hiram AXTELL had the following children:

 

+712

Albert B. AXTELL (1816- ) [12161]

+713

Lewis AXTELL (1817- ) [12163]

+714

Alonzo AXTELL ( - ) [12164]

+715

Ruben AXTELL (1822?- ) [12165]

+716

Hira AXTELL ( - ) [12166]

+717

Francis AXTELL (1840- ) [12167]

+718

Betsey AXTELL ( - ) [12168]

+719

Phebe AXTELL ( - ) [12169]

 

252. Aaron AXTELL 6,111 [11440], son of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born on 18 September 1791 in Friendship. 107 He died in 1850 in Bureau, Bureau County, Illinois, USA. 107 At some point he married Hannah STEENROD [11441] .

 

b. Sept. 18, 1791 in Friendship, Allegany Co., N.Y., married Hannah Steenrod

b. June 28, 1799. About 1839 they moved from Friendship to Illinois and

settled near Palestine Grove in Lee Co. They went by ox-drawn covered wagon,

sending their household goods by boat on the Great Lakes; one member of the

family says Hannah and the girls went by boat also, while Aaron and the boys

went by covered wagon meeting in Chicago, then a small place, but large

enough for one of the boys of tender age, in which to get lost, causing some

anxiety on the part of the father and the other boys as well as the shedding

of tears by young Aaron. They settled on a farm near Walnut, Ill.

(Information on children is as given in the family Bible.).

 

Hannah STEENROD 6 [11441] was born on 28 June 1799 in New York. 107 She and Aaron AXTELL had the following children:

 

+720

Enos AXTELL (1819-1912?) [12170]

+721

Alfred AXTELL (1821-1912) [12171]

+722

William AXTELL (1822-1839) [12172]

+723

Abigail AXTELL (1825- ) [12173]

+724

Deborah AXTELL (1827- ) [12175]

+725

Phebe AXTELL (1830-1924) [12177]

+726

Cornelius M. AXTELL (1832-1833) [12179]

+727

Aaron AXTELL (1833-1913) [12180]

+728

Caroline AXTELL (1834-1904) [12182]

+729

Josiah AXTELL (1836-1932) [12184]

+730

William AXTELL (1839?-1883) [12186]

+731

Hannah AXTELL (1843?- ) [12188]

 

253. Anna AXTELL 6 [11442], daughter of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born in 1794 (approx.) in New York. 107 At some point she married J. J. STEBBANS [11443] .

 

(or Alpha).

 

J. J. STEBBANS 6 [11443] was born in USA.

 

254. Sophia AXTELL 72 [19115], daughter of Aaron AXTELL [11207] and Sarah CRABTREE [11208], was born in March 1796 in Delaware County. 72 She died on 19 January 1858 in Friendship. 72 She was buried in 1858 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 72 At some point she married Elias STEENROD [19116] .

 

Not in axb45.ged [Jon Axtell].

 

Elias STEENROD 72,112 [19116], son of Ebenezer STEENROD ( - ) [19117] and Lydia MERRIMAN ( - ) [19118], was born in 1796 in Delaware County. 112 He died on 26 June 1872 in Friendship. 112 He was buried in 1872 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 112

 

255. Chauncey E. AXTELL 6,110,113 [11444], son of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Hodesh ELDERKIN [11210], was born in 1786 in Delaware County. He died in 1865 (approx.) in Wilmington, Will County, Illinois, USA. At some point he married Betsey A MORSE [11445] .

 

b. Jan. 31, 1786 in Delaware Co., N.Y. After the death of his mother he was

taken by his father to Friendship, Allegany Co., N.Y., where he spent the

larger part of his life; the latter part was spent in Wilmington, Will Co.,

Ill., where he died probably about 1865. He married Betsey Morse.

(Order of children is uncertain.).

 

Betsey A MORSE 6,113 [11445] was born on 4 April 1796 in USA. 113 She died on 3 February 1853 in USA. 113 She was buried in 1853 Nile Cemetery in Nile. 113 She and Chauncey E. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+732

Chauncey B. AXTELL ( - ) [12190]

+733

John AXTELL ( - ) [12191]

+734

Daniel William AXTELL (1816-1886) [12192]

+735

Isaiah AXTELL (1820-1888) [12194]

+736

Hodah AXTELL ( - ) [12196]

+737

Burr AXTELL ( - ) [12198]

+738

Clara AXTELL ( - ) [12199]

+739

Achsa AXTELL ( -aft1912) [12200]

+740

Affta AXTELL (1831-1852) [12201]

+741

Betsey AXTELL ( - ) [12202]

 

256. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11446], son of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Hodesh ELDERKIN [11210], was born on 5 August 1789 in Unadilla. He married Betsey SNELL [11447] on 5 March 1818. He died on 10 May 1872 in Huntington, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. Aug. 5, 1789 in Unadilla, Otsego Co., N.Y.; when a small child was taken to Mass., and brought up by his aunt, Mrs W. Forbes. He was a stone mason, lived in Norwich (now Huntington), Mass. Married Betsey Snell March 5, 1818. She was born in 1798 and died Oct. 9, 1884. Daniel died May 10, 1872 at Huntington, Mass. [axb45.ged].

 

Betsey SNELL 6 [11447] was born in 1798 in USA. She died on 9 October 1884 in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+742

Horatio Knight AXTELL (1822-1889) [12203]

+743

Daniel Dwight AXTELL (1825-1904) [12205]

+744

Orlando Wright AXTELL (1827-1892) [12207]

+745

Nancy Sophia AXTELL (1829-1908) [12209]

+746

Elizabeth Clark AXTELL (1832-1907) [12211]

+747

Harvey Augustus AXTELL (1835-1914) [12212]

+748

Henry A. AXTELL (1835- ) [12214]

+749

Oliver S. AXTELL (1841-1842) [12216]

+750

Arthur P. AXTELL (1842-1904) [12217]

 

257. William AXTELL 6 [11448], son of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Hodesh ELDERKIN [11210], was born on 29 November 1791 in Delaware County. 6,74 He married Violet SHELDON [11449] in 1813. He died on 28 March 1880 in Huntington. He was buried in Chesterfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

 

b. Nov. 19, 1791, in Delaware Co., N.Y., and was taken when an infant to

Norwich (now Huntington), Mass. In 1813 he married Violet Sheldon; she died

Dec. 23, 1858. He reached a good old age, spending his last days with his

youngest son, and died at the home of his brother Daniel at Huntington, March

28, 1880, and was buried at Chesterfield, Mass.

 

Violet SHELDON 6 [11449] was born in USA. She died on 23 December 1858 in USA. She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

+751

William Derwin AXTELL (1820-1887) [12218]

+752

Dorus Sheldon AXTELL (1822-1894) [12220]

+753

Louisa F. AXTELL (1824-1913) [12224]

+754

Francis Harleigh AXTELL (1825-1864) [12226]

+755

Elbridge Gerry AXTELL (1834-1915) [12228]

 

258. Joseph D. AXTELL 6,114 [11450], son of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Elizabeth [11211], was born on 20 May 1802 in Allegany County, New York, USA. He married Eliza OSMAN [11451] on 17 January 1824. He died on 31 May 1873 in Juda, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. May 20, 1802, in Allegany Co., N.Y. He married Jan. 17, 1824, Eliza Osman,

daughter of Nathan and Mary Osman. She was b. Apr. 6, 1802. Joseph was a

merchant and settled near Geneseo, N.Y. He held the office of Major in the

N.Y. Militia. About 1852 he moved to Genoa, Ill., where he remained seven or

eight years; then he moved to Juda, Wis., and engaged in the stock business.

He died in Juda May 31, 1873. Eliza died Apr. 19, 1883.

 

Eliza OSMAN 6,114 [11451] was born on 6 April 1802 in USA. She died on 19 April 1883 in USA. She and Joseph D. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+756

Alonzo E. AXTELL (1825-1889) [12230]

+757

Laura Emily AXTELL (1827- ) [12232]

+758

Mary O. AXTELL (1830- ) [12234]

+759

Peter W. AXTELL (1832-1840) [12235]

+760

Hannah Antoinette AXTELL (1836-1877) [12236]

+761

Marion AXTELL (1842-1843) [12238]

 

259. Hodah AXTELL 6 [11452], child of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Elizabeth [11211], was born in USA.

 

260. Sally AXTELL 6 [11453], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11209] and Elizabeth [11211], was born in USA. At some point she married Daniel AXTELL [12148] .

 

who married Daniel Axtell (8-49) [axb45.ged].

 

Daniel AXTELL 6 [12148], son of Luther AXTELL (1781-1870) [11433] and Sarah PEAK (1780-1859) [11434], was born in USA. He and Sally AXTELL had the following children:

 

+762

Arthur AXTELL ( - ) [13366]

 

261. Peter AXTELL 6 [11454], son of Joseph AXTELL [11213] and Ruth HAYWOOD [11214], was born in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

262. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11455], son of Joseph AXTELL [11213] and Ruth HAYWOOD [11214], was born in 1795 (approx.) in Grafton, Windham County, Vermont, USA. He died in North River, New York, USA. At some point he married Elizabeth DICK [11456] .

 

b. 1795 in Grafton, Vt.; married Elizabeth Dick. He was drowned in North

River, N.Y.

 

Elizabeth DICK 6 [11456] was born in USA. She and Joseph AXTELL had the following children:

 

+763

Thomas AXTELL ( - ) [12239]

+764

Elizabeth AXTELL ( - ) [12240]

 

263. John AXTELL 6,115 [11457], son of Joseph AXTELL [11213] and Ruth HAYWOOD [11214], was born on 3 August 1797 in Grafton. He married Wilhelmina BEACH [11458] in 1831. He died on 4 August 1867 in USA. 115 He was buried in 1867 Lamont Cemetery in Lamont, Wyoming County, New York, USA. 115

 

b. at Grafton, Vt., Aug. 3, 1797. He moved to East York, N.Y., where he followed farming. He married Wilhelmina Beach in 1831. He died Aug. 4, 1867; his wife survived him until 1889.

 

Wilhelmina BEACH 6 [11458] was born in USA. She died in 1889 in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+765

Joseph Daniel AXTELL (1836- ) [12241]

+766

Jerusiah (Zrusha) AXTELL (1838- ) [12243]

+767

John Wesley AXTELL (1840-1910) [12245]

+768

Zrina AXTELL (1842- ) [12247]

+769

Winfred S. AXTELL (1844- ) [12249]

+770

Dell AXTELL (1846- ) [12250]

+771

Alvo Jesse AXTELL (1849- ) [12252]

 

264. Daniel AXTELL 6,116 [11459], son of Joseph AXTELL [11213] and Ruth HAYWOOD [11214], was born on 30 August 1799 in Grafton. 116 He married Sarah BAKER [11460] in 1826 in Danby, Rutland County, Vermont, USA. He married Caroline STORMS [11461] on 1 September 1838 in Hamburg, Erie County, New York, USA. He died on 1 March 1871 in USA. 116 He was buried in 1871 Prairieville Cemetery in Prairieville, Barry County, Michigan, USA. 116

 

b. in 1799 in Grafton, Vt. He was obliged to take care of himself from boyhood. Had a little schooling in winter, studying at night by the light of pine knots, taught school a few years, and kept store in Danby, Vt., where he married Sarah Baker in 1826. He belonged to the Masonic order, was constable in 1827-29. Daniel left Danby in 1836, married (2) Caroline Storms at Hamburg, Erie Co., N.Y. Sept. 1, 1838, moved to Michigan in 1847, settled on a farm near Delton, Berry Co. He died March 1, 1871. His widow died March 9, 1884.

 

Sarah BAKER 6 [11460] was born in USA.

 

Caroline STORMS 6,117 [11461] was born on 17 March 1813 in USA. 6,117 She died on 9 March 1884 in USA. 6,117 She was buried in 1884 Prairieville Cemetery in Prairieville. 117 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+772

George M AXTELL (1840-1899) [12253]

+773

Mary AXTELL (1844- ) [12254]

+774

Don AXTELL (1848- ) [12256]

 

265. Lucinda AXTELL 6 [11462], daughter of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born in USA. 1 She died in New Jersey, USA. At some point she married Amasa HOWARD [11463] .

 

moved to New Jersey, where she died, aged 50.

 

Amasa HOWARD 6 [11463] was born in USA. 1

 

266. Samuel AXTELL 6 [11464], son of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 13 August 1791 in Grafton. At some point he married Hannah PALMER [11465] .

 

lived and died in Grafton. No children.

 

Hannah PALMER 6 [11465] was born in USA. 1

 

267. Nathaniel AXTELL 6 [11466], son of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 1 September 1793 in USA. 1 He died in 1830 in Pike, Wyoming County, New York, USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

268. Eleanor AXTELL 6 [11467], daughter of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 18 July 1796 in Grafton. She died in 1853 in Pike. At some point she married David EVEREST [11468] . At some point she married John HELMER [11469] .

 

She had three children in her first marriage and two in her second, both

dying young.

 

David EVEREST 6 [11468] was born in USA. 1

 

John HELMER 6 [11469] was born in USA. 1

 

269. Ambrose AXTELL 6 [11470], son of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 2 March 1798 in USA. He died in 1820 in Weathersfield, Windsor County, Vermont, USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

270. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11471], daughter of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 6 June 1800 in USA. She died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

271. Alexander AXTELL 6 [11472], son of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 31 January 1803 in Grafton. He died in 1875 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana, USA. At some point he married Marcia HIGBEE [11473] .

 

b. Jan. 31, 1803, in Grafton, Vt. He married Marcia Higbee. He died at

Elkhart, Ind. in 1875.

 

Marcia HIGBEE 6 [11473] was born in USA. 1

 

272. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11474], daughter of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 25 March 1805 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont, USA. She died in 1857 in Evansville, Rock County, Wisconsin, USA. At some point she married J. EVEREST [11475] .

 

She had five children, no grandchildren.

 

J. EVEREST 6 [11475] was born in 1795 in USA. 1

 

273. Aaron AXTELL 6 [11476], son of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 9 November 1807 in Grafton. He married Sarah CANFIELD [11477] on 10 July 1836 in USA. He died on 1 August 1877 in Perry, Wyoming County, New York, USA.

 

b. Nov. 9, 1806 in Grafton, Vt. He married Sarah Canfield, July 10, 1836; he

died in Perry, N.Y., Aug. 1, 1877. Sarah, the daughter of Isaiah and

Mehitable (Ells) Canfield, was born in 1812.

 

Sarah CANFIELD 6 [11477] was born in 1812 in USA. 1 She and Aaron AXTELL had the following children:

 

+775

Abner C. AXTELL (1839-1862) [12257]

+776

Marion A. AXTELL (1841-1904) [12258]

+777

William M. AXTELL (1842-1860) [12260]

+778

Charles Palmer AXTELL (1845-1922) [12261]

+779

Aaron AXTELL (1847-1915) [12263]

 

274. Abigail Whitcomb AXTELL 6 [11478], daughter of Alexander AXTELL [11216] and Abigail GOODRICH [11217], was born on 8 December 1812 in Windsor County, Vermont, USA. 6 She married William Robinson SKIFF [11479] on 25 December 1832 in Wyoming County, New York, USA. 6 She died on 30 December 1886 in Newton, Jasper County, Iowa, USA. 6

 

b. Dec. 8, 1812, in Winsor Co., Vt. She married on Dec. 25, 1832, in Wyoming Co., N.Y., Wm. Robinson Skiff (b. Dec. 22, 1809, in Hartwick, N.Y., d. May 26, 1881). She died Dec. 30, 1886, in Newton, Ia. Their children were: Betsy Abigail, b. Aug. 24, 1836 (m. Abel Knapp Emerson) and Vernon William, b. Jan. 23, 1841 (m. Mary F. Coffin). He had a daughter Stella, b. Oct. 29, 1867, who m. Signor Alfredo A. Jannotta. [axb45.ged].

 

William Robinson SKIFF 6 [11479] was born on 22 December 1809 in Hartwick, New York, USA. 6 He died on 26 May 1881 in USA. 6 He and Abigail Whitcomb AXTELL had the following children:

 

+780

Betsy Abigail SKIFF (1836- ) [13181]

+781

Vernon William SKIFF (1841- ) [13183]

 

275. Lucy AXTELL 6 [11480], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11220] and Rebecca WAITE [11221], was born on 6 June 1803 in USA. She died on 6 June 1836 in USA.

 

276. Emeline AXTELL 6 [11481], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11220] and Rebecca WAITE [11221], was born in 1804 in USA. She died on 1 November 1844 in USA.

 

277. John AXTELL 6 [11482], son of Thomas AXTELL [11220] and Rebecca WAITE [11221], was born on 8 June 1806 in North Jay, Maine, USA. He died on 1 August 1836 in North Jay. At some point he married [unnamed person] [11483] .

 

b. June 8, 1806, in North Jay, Me., and died at the place of his birth Aug.

1, 1836. He was a farmer.

 

[unnamed person] 6 [11483] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+782

Hosea AXTELL (1831-1867) [12265]

+783

John Emery AXTELL (1835- ) [12266]

 

278. Rebecca AXTELL 6 [11484], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11220] and Rebecca WAITE [11221], was born in 1820 (approx.) in USA. She died on 17 March 1861 in USA.

 

279. Adeline AXTELL 6 [11485], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11224] and Hannah WALKER [11225], was born on 7 October 1809 in USA. She married John V. LELAND [11486] in 1828.

 

Husband was from Grafton.

 

John V. LELAND 6 [11486] was born in USA.

 

280. Seth Jones AXTELL 6 [11487], son of Thomas AXTELL [11224] and Hannah WALKER [11225], was born on 26 June 1811 in Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Lucy B. STRATTON [11488] on 18 November 1832. He died on 10 April 1880 in Grafton.

 

b. June 26, 1811, in Grafton, Mass. He married Lucy B. Stratton, Nov. 18,

1832, and d. at Grafton, April 10, 1880. Left at the age of thirteen without

a father and obliged as the oldest boy to be the support of the family, he

was unable to secure the education which he earnestly desired and which his

gift deserved. Most of his life was lived on the "Old Axtell Farm," but for

twenty years he was extensively engaged in the manufacture of boots and

shoes. Before he became of age, he saw the evils of intemperance, and from

that time on until his death he never used either tobacco or liquor. He early

identifed himself with the anti-slavery party, which in that day was very

unpopular. Later the tide turned, and he was elected from Grafton a member of

the Massachusetts House of Representatives, which sat in 1862. In church

relations he was a Baptist, having joined early in life the first church in

Grafton, Mass., and retained membership there until his death, except for a

time in 1840-1842 when he resided in Worcester. He was loved and honored by

all who knew him as a true man and a kind friend, steadfast Christian, a

generous giver, and a public-spirited citizen.

 

Lucy B. STRATTON 6 [11488] was born in USA. She and Seth Jones AXTELL had the following children:

 

+784

Joseph Kimball AXTELL (1834-1893) [12267]

+785

Sarah Wadsworth AXTELL (1836- ) [12269]

+786

Jane Elizabeth AXTELL (1838- ) [12270]

+787

Seth Jones AXTELL (1841-1902) [12272]

+788

Cyrus Russell AXTELL (1845-1913) [12274]

 

281. Thomas Russell AXTELL 6 [11489], son of Thomas AXTELL [11224] and Hannah WALKER [11225], was born on 20 April 1813 in USA. He died on 26 June 1813 in USA.

 

282. Thomas Russell AXTELL 6 [11490], son of Thomas AXTELL [11224] and Hannah WALKER [11225], was born on 23 April 1814 in Grafton. He married Electa J. HALL [11491] on 2 February 1839 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA. He died in 1870 in USA.

 

b. Apr. 23, 1814, in Grafton, Mass.; m. intentions Feb. 2, 1839, in Grafton,

Mass., Electa J. Hall; m. at Boscawen, N.H.; moved to St. Louis, Mo., about

1836. He was collector of taxes in St. Louis for several years, returned to

Mass. about 1851 and remained there until about 1857, when he again went to

St. Louis and took up his residence on a large farm of 1,288 acres near that

city. He died in 1870, a generous father, affectionate husband, and a good

man. His wife died in 1897.

 

Electa J. HALL 6 [11491] was born in USA. She died in 1897 in USA. She and Thomas Russell AXTELL had the following children:

 

+789

Thomas Hall AXTELL (1840- ) [12276]

+790

Charles Russell AXTELL (1842-1886) [12277]

+791

Emily Jane AXTELL (1844- ) [12279]

+792

Adaline Electa AXTELL (1846- ) [12280]

+793

Hannah Mary AXTELL (1848- ) [12282]

+794

Susan Emma AXTELL (1850- ) [12283]

+795

Henry Thomas AXTELL (1852- ) [12285]

+796

Lillie Frances AXTELL (1854- ) [12286]

+797

William Carr AXTELL (1857-1918?) [12287]

+798

Thomas AXTELL (1859- ) [12289]

+799

Lillian Hannah AXTELL (1862- ) [12291]

+800

Alice A. AXTELL (1864- ) [12293]

 

283. Ezra DRURY 41 [17495], son of Eztra DRURY [17493] and Sophia WAKEFIELD [17494], was born in 1795 (approx.) in Vermont, USA. 41

 

284. Finlinda AXTELL 6 [11492], daughter of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born on 9 July 1797 in Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. She married Adolphus DRAPER [11493] on 18 August 1816.

 

Adolphus DRAPER 6 [11493] was born in USA.

 

285. Chloe AXTELL 6 [11494], daughter of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born on 17 February 1799 in Sutton. At some point she married Samuel DUDLEY [11495] .

 

Samuel DUDLEY 6 [11495] was born in USA.

 

286. Hiram AXTELL 6 [11496], son of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born on 13 August 1800 in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Hannah PADELFORD [11497] on 16 January 1824. He died in 1877 in USA. At some point he married PADELFORD [11498] . At some point he married Therodesia SPRAGUE [11499] .

 

b. Aug. 13, 1800, in Berkshire Co., Mass.; m. (1) Hannah Padelford Jan. 16,

1824; m. (2) ... Padelford; m. (3) Therodesia Sprague. He was a carpernter by

trade; for many years he kept the Ontario House, Canandaigua, Ontario Co.,

N.Y. Afterwards he moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., and later to LaPorte, Ind. He

died in 1877. [no indication given which children go with each marriage.

Children are all listed here with 1st wife.- DGA].

 

Hannah PADELFORD 6 [11497] was born in USA. She and Hiram AXTELL had the following children:

 

+801

Hiram AXTELL (1825- ) [12295]

+802

William Henry AXTELL (1826-1860?) [12296]

+803

Volney Franklin AXTELL (1831-1902) [12297]

+804

Elmira AXTELL (1836- ) [12299]

 

PADELFORD 6 [11498] was born in USA.

 

Therodesia SPRAGUE 6 [11499] was born in USA.

 

287. Stillman AXTELL 6 [11500], son of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born on 27 May 1802 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

288. Cynthia AXTELL 6 [11501], daughter of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born in USA. At some point she married PADELFORD [11502] .

 

moved to Kalamazoo, Mich.

 

PADELFORD 6 [11502] was born in USA.

 

289. Orisa AXTELL 6 [11503], daughter of William AXTELL [11232] and Rebecca AXTELL [11337], was born in USA.

 

(or Criss).

 

290. Hulda SIBLEY 6 [12016], daughter of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born on 28 December 1806 in Sutton. She died on 29 October 1824 in USA.

 

291. Darius SIBLEY 6 [12017], son of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born in 1815 in USA. He died on 27 March 1826 in USA.

 

292. Henry SIBLEY 6 [12018], son of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born in 1817 in USA. He died on 13 September 1848 in USA.

 

293. Emory SIBLEY 6 [12019], son of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born in 1824 in USA. He married Caroline S. HASTINGS [12020] on 29 May 1849.

 

Caroline S. HASTINGS 6 [12020] was born in USA.

 

294. Harriet SIBLEY 6 [12021], daughter of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born in 1829 in USA. She died on 5 June 1837 in USA.

 

295. Elizabeth SIBLEY 6 [12022], daughter of Tarrent SIBLEY [11237] and Betsey AXTELL [11236], was born in 1831 in USA. She died on 16 February 1837 in USA.

 

296. Silas W. AXTELL 6 [11504], son of Silas AXTELL [11240] and Anna BRIGGS [11241], was born on 2 October 1813 in Hinsdale, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA. He died on 7 September 1899 in USA. At some point he married Lucinda KINGSBURY [11505] .

 

b. Oct. 2, 1813, in Hinsdale, N.H.; moved when young to Jamaica, Vt.; m.

Lucinda Kingsbury; died Sept. 7, 1899; was a farmer.

 

Lucinda KINGSBURY 6 [11505] was born in USA. She and Silas W. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+805

Loren S. AXTELL ( - ) [12301]

+806

Emery B. AXTELL ( - ) [12302]

 

297. Marshall AXTELL 6 [11506], son of Silas AXTELL [11240] and Anna BRIGGS [11241], was born in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

298. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11507], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11240] and Anna BRIGGS [11241], was born in USA. At some point she married Arnold COLE [11508] .

 

Arnold COLE 6 [11508] was born in USA.

 

299. Alzina AXTELL 6 [11509], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11240] and Anna BRIGGS [11241], was born in USA. At some point she married Asa BOND [11510] .

 

Husband was from Chester, Vt.

 

Asa BOND 6 [11510] was born in USA.

 

300. Mandana AXTELL 6 [11511], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11240] and Anna BRIGGS [11241], was born in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

301. Willard AXTELL 6 [11512], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born on 2 October 1824 in Jamaica, Windham County, Vermont, USA. 6,51 He married Catherine PHELAN [74949] in January 1857 in Canada. 51 He died on 30 March 1908. 51

 

b. 1824, in Jamaica, Vt. He moved to Illinois, later to Montana. [axb45.ged].

 

Catherine PHELAN 51 [74949] was born on 15 April 1837 in Laoghis, Ireland. 51 She died on 4 July 1916 in Bozeman, Gallatin County, Montana, USA. 51 She was buried in Bozeman. 51 She and Willard AXTELL had the following children:

 

+807

Edward W. AXTELL (1858- ) [12303]

+808

Elizabeth AXTELL (1860- ) [74950]

+809

William AXTELL (1862- ) [12304]

+810

Margaret Jane AXTELL (1866-1948) [30621]

+811

Frederick AXTELL (1869- ) [12306]

+812

George AXTELL (1870- ) [12305]

 

302. Charlotte AXTELL 6 [11513], daughter of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA. At some point she married Edward DUNBAR [11514] .

 

no children.

 

Edward DUNBAR 6 [11514] was born in USA.

 

303. Levina AXTELL 6 [11515], daughter of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA. At some point she married James THRESHER [11516] .

 

James THRESHER 6 [11516] was born in USA.

 

304. Alonzo AXTELL 6 [11517], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born on 13 December 1830 in Jamaica. He married Hannah CHAPPELLE [11518] on 23 December 1856.

 

b. Dec. 13, 1830, in Jamaica, Vt.; m. Hannah Chappelle Dec. 23, 1856 (?);

served in Co. B., 52nd Mass., Res. George, Ia.

 

Hannah CHAPPELLE 6 [11518] was born in USA. She and Alonzo AXTELL had the following children:

 

+813

Hannah L. AXTELL (1856- ) [12307]

+814

Mary E AXTELL (1860- ) [12309]

+815

Lorene AXTELL (1869-1890) [12311]

+816

James E. AXTELL (1872- ) [12313]

+817

Forence AXTELL (1878- ) [12315]

 

305. Lorenzo AXTELL 6 [11519], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA. At some point he married Lovina STONE [11520] .

 

He served in the 10th rgt. Vt. Vol. and was killed in front of Richmond.

 

Lovina STONE 6 [11520] was born in USA.

 

306. Calestia AXTELL 6 [11521], daughter of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA. At some point she married Eldridge BROOKS [11522] . At some point she married James FARR [11523] .

 

Eldridge Brooks was killed in battle while serving in Vt. Vol.

 

Eldridge BROOKS 6 [11522] was born in USA.

 

James FARR 6 [11523] was born in USA.

 

307. Henry AXTELL 6 [11524], son of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA.

 

308. Mary Ann AXTELL 6 [11525], daughter of Benjamin AXTELL [11242] and Ruth SMITH [11243], was born in USA. She died in USA.

 

309. Leonidas Adrian AXTELL 6 [11526], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 18 February 1811 in Wilmington, Windham County, Vermont, USA. He married Eliza A. TURNEY [11527] on 2 December 1847. He died on 17 April 1891 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 18, 1811, at Wilmington, Vt. As the oldest of a large family on a

little farm among the hills of Vermont, he had to shoulder the burden of life

very early; nevertheless, he overcame all obstacles and won his way very

successfully and with honor. He went with his family to N.Y. in 1826; thence

to Ohio in 1831. He settled at Perry. He married Eliza A. Turney Dec. 2, 1847

(b. Apr. 9, 1824, in Perry). with his brothers, Abner P. and Imri P., he

bought and carried on a farm of 900 acres from 1850 onward. He died Apr. 17,

1891.

 

Eliza A. TURNEY 6 [11527] was born on 9 April 1824 in Perry, Lake County, Ohio, USA. She and Leonidas Adrian AXTELL had the following children:

 

+818

Deborah Gertrude AXTELL (1849- ) [12316]

+819

Salmon Blake AXTELL (1853- ) [12317]

+820

Lucien Victor AXTELL (1863-1930) [12318]

 

310. Silas Lloyd AXTELL 6 [11528], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 26 June 1812 in Wilmington. He died on 21 September 1867 in USA.

 

b. June 26, 1812, in Wilmington, Vt. He was apprenticed in 1826 to a merchant

in Warren, Pa., and became a wealthy and influential citizen of that town. He

died Sept. 21, 1867.

 

Silas Lloyd AXTELL had the following children:

 

+821

AXTELL ( - ) [12320]

+822

Mary AXTELL ( - ) [12321]

+823

Flora AXTELL ( - ) [12322]

+824

Jennie AXTELL ( - ) [12323]

 

311. Abner Perry AXTELL 6 [11529], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 14 October 1813 in Wilmington. He married Mary Jane CRUM [11530] on 1 September 1841. He died on 31 October 1882 in USA.

 

b. Oct. 14, 1813, at Wilmington, Vt., moved with his father's family to

Perry, Ohio, where he was an extensive farmer. He married Mary Jane Crum

Sept. 1, 1841. He died Oct. 31, 1882.

 

Mary Jane CRUM 6 [11530] was born in USA. She and Abner Perry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+825

Jane Eliza AXTELL (1842- ) [12324]

+826

Mary Agnes AXTELL (1854- ) [12326]

 

312. Salmon Blake AXTELL 6 [11531], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 8 September 1815 in Wilmington. He died on 20 August 1861 in Copper Harbor, Keweenaw County, Michigan, USA. He was buried in Painesville, Lake County, Ohio, USA. At some point he married Laura K [11532] .

 

b. Sept. 8, 1815, at Wilmington, Vt. Went with his family to New York State

in 1826 and five years later to Perry, Lake Co., Ohio. He studied law in

Painesville, Ohio, and in 1837 was admitted to the Bar in Geauga Co., Ohio.

He practiced his profession in Cleveland until his death. He was a man of

acknowledged superior ability, brilliant talents and indefatigable devotion

to his duty and his obligations. As a citizen he was one of the most

exemplary of men--true to every instinct of justice and right. After

suffering several years from liver trouble, which impaired his health and

weakened him in body and mind, he passed away on Aug. 20, 1861, at Copper

Harbor, Lake Superior, while on a trip for his health. He was buried in

Painesville Ohio. From his will we learn he was married and his wife's name

was Laura K --

No children.

 

Laura K 6 [11532] was born in USA.

 

313. Lucien Vespasian AXTELL 6 [11533], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 15 July 1818 in Wilmington. He died on 14 April 1863 in USA. At some point he married Irene PERRY [11534] .

 

b. July 15, 1818, at Wilmington, Vt. He became a popular and successful

physician in Jamestown, N.Y. He married Irene Perry. She died 1878. He died

Apr. 14, 1863.

No children.

 

Irene PERRY 6 [11534] was born in USA. She died in 1878 in USA.

 

314. Mary Fay AXTELL 6 [11535], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 30 August 1819 in Wilmington.

 

315. Imri Phips AXTELL 6 [11536], son of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 12 February 1822 in Wilmington. He married Emeline Webb WARNER [11537] on 25 October 1848. He died on 8 January 1888 in San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA.

 

b. Feb. 12, 1822, at Wilmington, Vt. He was brought with his family to N.Y.

in 1826, and after five years spent near Jamestown he went to Perry, Lake

Co., Ohio. Married Emeline Webb Warner Oct. 25, 1848 (b. Apr. 13, 1827). He

followed farming until 1856, when he moved to Painesville, where for thirty

years he engaged in banking and at the time of his death was president of the

National Bank of Painesville. A man of strictest business integrity and

highly esteemed by all for his manly character, sincere in his convictions of

right and wrong, and untiring in his efforts to accomplish whatever he

undertook whether opposed by few or many. His record, extending through many

years, is without a blemish. He died at San Diego, Calif., Jan. 8, 1888.

 

Emeline Webb WARNER 6 [11537] was born on 13 April 1827 in USA. She and Imri Phips AXTELL had the following children:

 

+827

Mary Emeline AXTELL (1850-1910) [12328]

+828

Nev. Warner AXTELL (1851-1871) [12330]

+829

Ralph Imri AXTELL (1853-1862) [12331]

+830

Emma AXTELL (1856-1862) [12332]

+831

Laura AXTELL (1862-1889) [12333]

 

316. Deborah Perry AXTELL 6 [11538], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 12 August 1823 in Wilmington.

 

317. Elisa Nims AXTELL 6 [11539], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born in USA. She died on 12 February 1838 in USA.

 

318. Augusta Ann AXTELL 6 [11540], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11249] and Deborah PERRY [11250], was born on 30 November 1830 in USA. She died on 12 February 1831 in USA.

 

319. Alanson B. AXTELL 6 [11541], son of Salmon AXTELL [11253], was born on 12 July 1819 in USA. He died on 30 December 1876 in USA.

 

b. July 12, 1819. He followed the profession of his father, that of medicine, at Fort Ann, N.Y. He died Dec. 30, 1876. [axb45.ged].

 

Alanson B. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+832

Julia AXTELL (1855- ) [12334]

+833

Eliza AXTELL (1857- ) [12336]

+834

Mary M. AXTELL (1869- ) [12338]

 

320. John M. LUDLOW 6 [12023], son of Stephen LUDLOW [11257] and Mary AXTELL [11256], was born on 24 August 1796 in USA.

 

321. Mary (Polly) LUDLOW 6 [12024], daughter of Stephen LUDLOW [11257] and Mary AXTELL [11256], was born on 23 July 1799 in USA.

 

322. Charles LUDLOW 6 [12025], son of Stephen LUDLOW [11257] and Mary AXTELL [11256], was born on 16 February 1802 in USA. At some point he married Elizabeth DAY [12026] .

 

Elizabeth DAY 6 [12026] was born in USA.

 

323. Matilda AXTELL 6 [11542], daughter of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born in 1791 (approx.) in USA. She married Nathaniel CARY [11543] on 2 March 1814.

 

Nathaniel CARY 6 [11543] was born in USA.

 

324. Timothy Clark AXTELL 6,118 [11544], son of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born on 22 March 1796 in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He married Lavina THOMAS [11545] on 22 February 1820. He married Rachel DEBOIS [11546] on 30 March 1830. He died on 27 March 1869 in USA. He was buried in Pompton Plains, Passaic County, New Jersey, USA.

 

b. Mar. 22, 1796, in Morristown, N.J. He married (1) Luvina Thomas, Feb. 22,

1820; m. (2) Rachel DeBois Mar. 30, 1830. He lived in Brooklyn, N.Y.; died

Mar. 27, 1869; was buried at Pompton Plains, Morris Co., N.J.

 

Lavina THOMAS 6,118 [11545], daughter of James THOMAS ( - ) [19010] and Mary ( - ) [19011], was born in USA. She died on 20 November 1828 in USA. 118 She was buried in 1828 Vail Memorial Cemetery in Parsippany, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. 118 She and Timothy Clark AXTELL had the following children:

 

+835

Mary Ann AXTELL ( - ) [12339]

+836

Malinda Caroline AXTELL ( - ) [12340]

+837

William Wallace AXTELL ( - ) [12341]

+838

Irene Elizabeth AXTELL ( - ) [12342]

 

Rachel DEBOIS 6 [11546] was born in USA. She and Timothy Clark AXTELL had the following children:

 

+839

William Henry AXTELL (1831-1886) [12343]

+840

Albert Barnes AXTELL (1832- ) [12345]

+841

Luvina Thomas AXTELL (1834-1859) [12347]

+842

Theodore F. AXTELL (1836- ) [12349]

+843

Sarah AXTELL (1839- ) [12351]

+844

M. Caroline AXTELL (1841- ) [12353]

+845

Enos Ayers AXTELL (1843-1906) [12355]

+846

Hannah M. AXTELL (1845- ) [12357]

+847

Clarissa P. AXTELL (1848-1861) [12359]

+848

Levi Clark AXTELL (1850-1921) [18867]

 

325. Henry AXTELL 6 [11547], son of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born on 15 April 1798 in Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He married Nancy HAINES [11548] on 25 March 1828.

 

b. Apr. 15, 1798, in Morris Co., N.J.; m. Nancy Haines Mar. 25, 1828. About

1830 moved to Orange Co., N.J.; in 1835, to Erieville, Madison Co., N.Y.

 

Nancy HAINES 6 [11548] was born in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+849

Emma AXTELL (1830- ) [12362]

+850

Mary AXTELL (1832-1872) [12363]

+851

Frances AXTELL (1837- ) [12365]

 

326. Mary AXTELL 6 [11549], daughter of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born in USA. She married in 1832 (approx.).

 

Husband's name unknown.

 

327. Fanny AXTELL 6 [11550], daughter of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born in 1800 in USA.

 

unm. living in Morristown, 1885. [axb45.ged].

 

328. Levi AXTELL 6 [11551], son of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born on 16 February 1803 in Sussex County, New Jersey, USA. He married Betsey NORRIS [11552] on 10 November 1827.

 

b. Feb. 13, 1803, in Sussex Co., N.J.; m. Betsey Norris Nov. 10, 1827; moved

to Chemung Co., N.Y., in 1831. He was a shoemaker.

 

Betsey NORRIS 6 [11552] was born in USA. She and Levi AXTELL had the following children:

 

+852

Malinda AXTELL (1829- ) [12367]

+853

Caroline AXTELL (1832- ) [12369]

+854

Charles AXTELL (1837- ) [12371]

+855

Henry AXTELL (1840- ) [12373]

+856

Jefferson AXTELL (1844- ) [12375]

 

329. Louis AXTELL 6 [11553], son of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born on 5 August 1805 in New Jersey. He married Alice [11554] in 1832. He died on 4 March 1877 in Greenfield, Highland Conty, Ohio, USA. At some point he married Delia [11555] .

 

b. Aug. 5, 1805, in N.J.; moved to Horseheads, N.Y., where he married (1)

Mrs. Alice Lowry in 1832. In 1840 he moved to Greenfield, Ohio, where his

wife died in 1843; no children. He married (2) Mrs. Delia Duggleby. He died

at Greenfield Mar. 4, 1877. He was a man of quiet, retiring disposition,

honest, godly and respected by all who knew him.

 

Alice 6 [11554] was born in USA. She died in 1843 in Greenfield.

 

Delia 6 [11555] was born in USA. She and Louis AXTELL had the following children:

 

+857

Alice AXTELL (1846-1928) [12377]

+858

Ella AXTELL (1849-1867) [12379]

 

330. John AXTELL 6,119 [11556], son of David AXTELL [11258] and Hannah JOHNSON [11259], was born on 21 February 1808 in Morristown. He married Sabra BROCKWAY [11557] in 1835.

 

b. Feb. 21, 1808, in Morristown, N.J. He moved to Catlin, Chemung Co., N.J.

about 1830, where he spent his life. He married Sabra Brockway in 1835. He

was a man honored by all who knew him and for fifty years or more a leading

member of the M. E. Church in Catlin, and most of the time a class leader.

 

Sabra BROCKWAY 6,119 [11557] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+859

Matilda C. AXTELL (1836- ) [12380]

+860

Sally Ann AXTELL (1838-1860) [12382]

+861

Louis Phillips AXTELL (1839- ) [12383]

+862

Hannah AXTELL (1841- ) [12385]

+863

Alice B. AXTELL (1844- ) [12387]

+864

Henry Winsor AXTELL (1847- ) [12389]

+865

Irene AXTELL (1850- ) [12391]

+866

Susan E. AXTELL (1852- ) [12393]

+867

Dencie L. AXTELL (1855- ) [12394]

 

331. Henry BEACH 76 [27844] was the son of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

332. Eunice BEACH 76 [27845] was the daughter of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

333. Phebe Condit BEACH 55,76 [27846], daughter of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260], was born on 19 December 1792 in Morris County. 55,57 She died "?". 55 At some point she married Jonathan Huger SMITH [54567] .

 

Jonathan Huger SMITH 55 [54567], son of John SMITH (1763- ) [59282] and Sarah "Sally" GOULD (1770- ) [58926], was born on 13 December 1790 in Caldwell, Essex County, New Jersey, USA. 57

 

334. Charles BEACH 76 [27847] was the son of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

335. Amzi BEACH 76 [27848] was the child of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

336. Nancy BEACH 76 [27849] was the daughter of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

337. Elias BEACH 76 [27850] was the son of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

338. Silas C BEACH 76 [27851] was the son of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

339. Anna BEACH 76 [27852] was the daughter of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

340. Nathaniel BEACH 76 [27853] was the son of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

341. Sarah BEACH 76 [27854] was the daughter of Samuel BEACH [11261] and Lurana AXTELL [11260].

 

342. Samuel Loree AXTELL 6 [11558], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 11 November 1791 in Mendham, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He married Nancy SANDERS [11559] on 29 March 1812. He died on 21 June 1855 in USA. He was buried.

 

b. Nov. 11, 1791, at Mendham, N.J.; on Mar. 39, 1812, while wanting several

months of his majority, he married Miss Nancy Sanders, daughter of Capt.

Ephraim Sanders (b. Dec. 23, 1792; d. Dec. 4,1881). They set up housekeeping

on a farm near her father's home. He worked in a saw mill in which he was

part owner with his father. On Oct. 11, 1816, he loaded his effects into a

covered wagon and with his father-in-law, his wife, and two children started

for the west, a 600-mile journey. He settled near Columbus, Ohio. In April,

1817, he moved to the village; after about three years he bought a farm of 80

acres in Jersey township, Licking Co. Upon the death of his father, he was

compelled to return to Mendham, a part of the way on foot. He moved his

family the following June. Aroused by the temperance lectures of Rev. Albert

Barnes in 1827, he banished the decanter from his cupboard and the jug from

the harvest field, notwithstanding the jeers and ridicule of his neighbors,

and remained firm to the day of his death. He wrote and circulated the first

temperance pledge signed in his community. In the spring of 1841 he moved his

family, consisting of wife and nine children, to Clinton township, Macomb

Co., Mich. He purchased a farm of 160 acres, built a log house, and started

again clearing up a farm. On June 21, 1855, he died and was buried in the new

cemetery west of Mt. Clemens. His wife and ten of his fourteen children

survived him. He was a Major commanding the 2nd Bat. 1st Rgt., N.J. Militia,

while in Morris Co. He was a great reader, a great lover of wit and humor, a

Presbyterian of the strict type, a Whig as long as the party existed, and a

Republican until his death.

 

Nancy SANDERS 6 [11559] was born on 23 December 1792 in USA. She died on 4 December 1881 in USA. She and Samuel Loree AXTELL had the following children:

 

+868

Silas Henry AXTELL (1813- ) [12396]

+869

Ephraim Sanders AXTELL (1814-1893) [12400]

+870

Sarah Ann Rodgers AXTELL (1817- ) [12402]

+871

Samuel Beach AXTELL (1819-1891) [12404]

+872

Rufus Sanders AXTELL (1822-1846) [12406]

+873

Mary Reeve AXTELL (1823- ) [12407]

+874

Martha Dodd AXTELL (1826-1889) [12409]

+875

Nancy Kezia AXTELL (1828- ) [12412]

+876

AXTELL (1830- ) [12416]

+877

AXTELL (1831- ) [12417]

+878

Josephus Sanders AXTELL (1832-1850) [12418]

+879

Phoebe Joanna Clark AXTELL (1834-1869) [12419]

+880

Pamelia Guerin AXTELL (1837- ) [12421]

+881

Julien Harrison AXTELL (1839-1872) [12423]

+882

Morey AXTELL ( -1881) [30932]

 

343. Henry AXTELL 6 [11560], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 13 August 1793 in Mendham. He married Abigail CLARK [11561] on 26 June 1814. He died on 26 July 1863 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, USA.

 

b. Aug. 13, 1793, in Mendham, N.J. Married June 26, 1814, Miss Abigail Clark

of Mendham. He learned the blacksmith trade, but after a time turned to

school teaching. For several years of the later part of his life he occupied

the position of superintendent of the "Home for Seamen's Children" located at

Sailor's Snug Harbor, Staten Island, in New York Bay. In his younger days he

was popular as a singing school teacher. He died in Newark, N.J., July 26,

1863, survived by his wife.

 

Abigail CLARK 6 [11561] was born in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+883

Phebe Ann Condict AXTELL (1815- ) [12425]

+884

Elizabeth Loree AXTELL (1817-1850) [12427]

+885

Mary Newton AXTELL (1819-1867) [12429]

+886

Isaac Clark AXTELL (1822-1895) [12430]

+887

Silas Condit AXTELL (1825-1858) [12432]

 

344. Mary Reeve AXTELL 6,120 [11562], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 29 October 1795 in USA. She married Daniel THOMPSON [11563] on 18 October 1815. She died on 20 April 1823 in USA. 120 She was buried in 1823 Hilltop Cemetery in Mendham. 120

 

b. Oct. 29, 1795; m. Daniel Thompson Oct. 18, 1815; died April 20, 1823. Children: Silas Axtell, Phebe Elizabeth and Amzi B.

 

Daniel THOMPSON 6,120 [11563] was born in USA. He died. He and Mary Reeve AXTELL had the following children:

 

+888

Silas Axtell THOMPSON (1817-1857) [13185]

+889

Phebe Elizabeth THOMPSON ( -1822) [13186]

+890

Amzi B. THOMPSON ( - ) [13187]

 

345. Amzi AXTELL 6 [11564], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 21 April 1798 in Morris County. He married Eliza POOL [11565] in 1821. He married Hannah THOMPSON [11566] in 1826. He married Mary NIXON [11567] on 3 April 1830. He died in 1840 (approx.) in Winchester, Green County, Ohio, USA.

 

b. Apr. 21, 1798, in Morris Co., N.J.; married (1) Eliza Pool in 1821;

married (2) Hannah Thompson in 1826; m (3) Mary Nixon of Morris Co., Apr. 3,

1830. He moved to Winchester, Green Co., Ohio, where he died about 1840.

 

Eliza POOL 6 [11565] was born in USA. She and Amzi AXTELL had the following children:

 

+891

Silas Pool AXTELL (1822-1889) [12433]

 

Hannah THOMPSON 6 [11566] was born in USA. She and Amzi AXTELL had the following children:

 

+892

Elias Thompson AXTELL (1827-1895) [12435]

 

Mary NIXON 6 [11567] was born in USA.

 

346. Phebe Condit AXTELL 6 [11568], daughter of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 4 August 1800 in Morris County. She married Charles ROFF [11569] on 18 October 1817. She died on 9 September 1852 in Morristown.

 

b. Aug. 4, 1800, in Morris Co., N.J. She married Charles Roff Oct. 18, 1817,

and died in Morristown, N.J., Sept. 9, 1852. Charles Roff died in Oct. 1860,

aged 68 years.

Children:

Henry Axtell Roff, b. July 9, 1818, d. in infancy.

Samuel Loree Roff, b. Dec. 3, 1819, d. in infancy.

Robert Sayer Roff, b. Oct. 29, 1821.

Mary Owen Roff, b. Aug. 7, 1824, d. Jan. 28, 1833.

Phebe Ann Roff, b. June 13, 1827, m. Isaac C. Axtell (8-228) Sept. 4, 1844,

died April 2, 1875.

Charles Henry Roff, b. Dec. 15, 1829, d. June 13, 1832.

Sarah Elizabeth Roff, b. Nov. 6, 1832.

Albert Barnes Roff, b. Nov. 26, 1834, d. Aug. 17, 1866.

Alfred Charles Roff, b. Nov. 26, 1834, d. Mar. 27, 1835.

Silas Reeve Roff, b. June 28, 1837.

Henry Augustus Roff, b. Dec. 28, 1838.

 

Charles ROFF 6 [11569] was born in USA. He and Phebe Condit AXTELL had the following children:

 

+893

ROFF (1818- ) [13188]

+894

ROFF (1819- ) [13189]

+895

ROFF (1821- ) [13190]

+896

ROFF (1824-1833) [13191]

+897

Phebe Ann ROFF (1827-1875) [13192]

+898

ROFF (1829-1832) [13193]

+899

ROFF (1832- ) [13194]

+900

ROFF (1834-1866) [13195]

+901

ROFF (1834-1835) [13196]

+902

ROFF (1837- ) [13197]

+903

ROFF (1838- ) [13198]

 

347. John AXTELL 6,55 [11570], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 4 August 1802 in Mendham. He married Hannah DAY [11571] on 21 January 1824. He married her on 24 January 1824 in Mendham. 55 He married Sarah BYRAM [11572] in 1833. He died on 10 January 1861 in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.

 

b. Aug. 4, 1802, in Mendham, N.J.; m. (1) Hannah Day Jan. 21, 1824 (d. 1831);

m. (2) Sarah Byram in 1833 (d. Feb. 25, 1882). He was a mason by trade. He

died in St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 10, 1861.

 

Hannah DAY 6,55 [11571] was born on 9 May 1812 in USA. 55 She died in 1831 in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+904

Silas Day AXTELL (1824-1863) [12438]

+905

Stephen Day AXTELL (1827-1874) [12439]

+906

Martha Ellen AXTELL (1829- ) [12441]

 

Sarah BYRAM 6 [11572] was born in USA. She died on 25 February 1882 in USA.

 

348. Silas AXTELL 6 [11573], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 26 March 1805 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

349. Jacob Tuttle AXTELL 6 [11574], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 16 April 1806 in Mendham. 121 He was a Builder and contractor. 122 He married Joanna P. GARDNER [11575] on 19 July 1826. He married Rachel ENSLEE [11576] on 22 December 1827. He married Ann SHELDON [11577] in January 1851. He died on 26 November 1880 in Morristown. 121 He was buried in 1880 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 121

 

b. Apr. 16, 1806, in Mendham, N.J.; m. (1) Joanna P. Gardner, July 19, 1826.

She died Oct. 18, 1826, aged 18 years. m. (2) Rachel Enslee, Dec. 22, 1827;

she died Oct. 7, 1849, aged 43. m. (3) Mrs. Ann Sheldon Jan. 1851, who

survived him. He was a mason by trade and lived in Morristown, N.J., where he

died Nov. 26, 1880.

 

Joanna P. GARDNER 6 [11575] was born in 1808 (approx.) in USA. She died on 18 October 1826 in USA.

 

Rachel ENSLEE 6,122 [11576], daughter of William ENSLEE ( - ) [18704], was born on 6 August 1806 in USA. 123 She died on 7 October 1849 in Morristown. 123 She was buried in October 1849 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 123 She and Jacob Tuttle AXTELL had the following children:

 

+907

Phebe Elizabeth AXTELL (1828-1886) [12443]

+908

Alfred Reeve AXTELL (1830-1864) [12444]

+909

Mary C. AXTELL (1831-1853) [12446]

+910

Caroline L. AXTELL (1833-1839) [12447]

+911

Joanna Gardner AXTELL (1837-1917) [12448]

+912

William Enslee AXTELL (1839-1928) [12450]

+913

Orlando Kirtland AXTELL (1841-1884) [12452]

+914

John Henry AXTELL (1843-1853) [12453]

+915

Charles Franklin AXTELL (1845-1913) [12454]

+916

Emma Caroline AXTELL (1847-1895) [12456]

+917

Samuel Loree AXTELL (1849-1851) [12457]

 

Ann SHELDON 6,124 [11577] was born on 22 March 1808 in USA. 124 She died on 10 January 1892 in USA. 124 She was buried in January 1892 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 124

 

350. Silas Condit AXTELL 6 [11578], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 8 September 1808 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

351. Jonathan Reeve AXTELL 6,125 [11579], son of Silas AXTELL [11262] and Elizabeth LOREE [11263], was born on 16 February 1812 in Morris County. He married Mary SMITH [11580] on 31 October 1832. He married Letty CARLISLE [11582] on 24 June 1886. He died on 15 July 1900 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 16, 1812, in Morris Co., N.J. He was a mason by trade and followed

that trade nearly all his life. On Oct. 31, 1832, he married (1) Mary Smith

of Mendham and moved to Detroit, Mich., in the fall of 1849. His wife died

Sept. 30, 1885. On June 24, 1886, he married (2) Letty Carlisle. For a time

he lived in Howell, Livingston Co., Mich. He died July 15, 1900. Early he

became a Christian, united with the Presbyterian Church, and remained

steadfast until death. He was an energetic Sunday School man, and a lover of,

and a teacher of music.

 

Mary SMITH 6,125 [11580] was born in USA. She died on 30 September 1885 in USA. She and Jonathan Reeve AXTELL had the following children:

 

+918

Charles Henry AXTELL (1833- ) [12458]

+919

Bethsheba Smith AXTELL (1835-1839) [12460]

+920

Elizabeth Phebe AXTELL (1837-1838) [12462]

+921

Sarah Lavine AXTELL (1839- ) [12463]

+922

Margaret Smith AXTELL (1841-1842) [12465]

+923

John Smith AXTELL (1843- ) [12466]

+924

Samuel Amzi AXTELL (1845-1862) [12468]

+925

George Whitfield AXTELL (1847- ) [12469]

+926

Josephus Carlisle AXTELL (1850-1928) [12471]

+927

Martha Helen AXTELL (1853- ) [12475]

+928

William Bertrand AXTELL (1856-1862) [12477]

 

Letty CARLISLE 6 [11582] was born in USA.

 

352. Abigail CLARK 6 [12027], daughter of Isaac CLARK [11265] and Phebe AXTELL [11264], was born on 25 May 1794 in USA.

 

353. Silas Condit CLARK 6 [12028], son of Isaac CLARK [11265] and Phebe AXTELL [11264], was born on 20 April 1798 in USA.

 

354. Stephen CLARK 6 [12029], son of Isaac CLARK [11265] and Phebe AXTELL [11264], was born in 1800 (approx.) in USA.

 

355. Anna CLARK 6 [12030], daughter of Isaac CLARK [11265] and Phebe AXTELL [11264], was born on 2 June 1805 in USA.

 

356. Rebecca Owen AXTELL 6 [11581], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born in 1798 in Mendham. She died on 15 February 1829 in USA.

 

buried in the same grave with her father.

 

357. Daniel Cook AXTELL 6 [11583], son of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born in 1800 in Mendham. He died in 1837 in Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, USA. At some point he married Maria L. DEY [11584] .

 

b. 1800 at Mendham, N.J. Went with his father to Geneva, N.Y. He graduated at

Hamilton College in 1821, where he received the Degree of Master of Arts in

1824, studied theology at Princeton, and was tutor in the College of N.J.

from 1825 to 1827. At the organization of the Second Presbyterian Church of

Auburn, N.Y., on Nov. 10, 1830, he became pastor and continued in that

position till Jan. 19, 1836, when ill health compelled him to resign. He

moved to Newark, N.J., and took charge of a school for a short time, and then

moved to Paterson, where he died in 1837. He was an excellent scholar, and

excellent preacher, and in the discharge of his ministry under circumstances

of difficulty and delicacy evinced firmness, prudence, and dignity. He

married Maria L. Dey (daughter of Anthony Dey of N.Y.).

 

Maria L. DEY 6 [11584] was born in USA. She and Daniel Cook AXTELL had the following children:

 

+929

Henry AXTELL ( - ) [12478]

+930

Anthony Dey AXTELL ( -1866) [12479]

 

358. Henry AXTELL 6,126 [11585], son of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born in 1802 in Mendham. He had the title 'Rev.'. He married Juliet LAY [11586] in 1828. He died in 1854 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

b. in 1802 in Mendham, N.J. He graduated from Hamilton College, 1825, where

he served as tutor 1825-26, and in 1826 received the degree of Master of

Arts. He then studied theology at Princeton, and in 1830 was settled at

Lawrenceville, N.J. In 1833 he accepted a call to Orange, N.J., resigned in

1838 on account of ill health. He went to St. Augustine, where he gradually

regained his health and preached for a time in the Presbyterian Church. In

May, 1843, he was appointed chaplain in the U.S. Army, was stationed at Fort

Brook, Tampa Bay, Fla., and in 1850 was transferred to New Orleans, La. In

1853, prostrated by disease, he gave up further labor. He died in

Philadelphia, Pa., in 1854. He married Juliet, a daughter of John Lay, in

1828.

[After the entry for 8-261 is the note "(There were also the following

children:)"].

 

Juliet LAY 6 [11586] was born in USA. She and Henry AXTELL had the following children:

 

+931

Harriet Tracy AXTELL (1831- ) [12480]

+932

Juliet Lay AXTELL (1836-1899) [12482]

+933

Mary M. AXTELL (1840- ) [12483]

+934

Alfred AXTELL ( - ) [12485]

+935

Cornelia Clarissa AXTELL ( - ) [12486]

+936

Mary Frances AXTELL ( - ) [12487]

+937

John Henry AXTELL ( - ) [12488]

 

359. Phebe Ann AXTELL 6 [11587], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born in 1808 in Geneva, Ontario County, New York, USA. She died in 1828 in USA.

 

360. Mary Jane AXTELL 6 [11588], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born in 1810 in Geneva. She died in December 1849 in USA.

 

a gifted teacher, unm.

 

361. Harriet Hannah AXTELL 6 [11589], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born on 24 July 1816 in Geneva. She married George H. HAY [11590] in 1846. She died in October 1849 in USA.

 

George H. HAY 6 [11590] was born in USA.

 

362. Charles AXTELL 6 [11591], son of Henry AXTELL [11266] and Hannah COOK [11267], was born on 28 July 1818 in Geneva. He had the title 'Rev.'. He married Mary S. MAGUIRE [11592] in 1848. He married Elizabeth M. CAMPBELL [11593] in November 1853. He died on 31 October 1891 in Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, USA.

 

b. July 28, 1818, at Geneva, N.Y. When a young man, before finishing his

education, he went on a whaling voyage into the south Pacific ocean where he

met with many thrilling and strange adventures. He was put ashore on a lone

island where he nearly perished. After returning home he finished his

collegiaate course, studied theology, was ordained to the Presbyterian

ministry in 1852, and continued until 1886, holding pastorates at Greenfield

and Galena, Ill., Dubuque, Bellevue and Tipton, Iowa, Xenia, Ohio. He was

twice married: (1) to Mary S. Maguire of Indiana, in 1848 (d. Oct. 1849); and

(2) to Elizabeth M. Campbell of Knightstown, Ind., Nov. 1853. He died at

Mankato, Minn., Oct. 31, 1891. Conscientiously Presbyterian, he loved all

Christian people and gave them unqualified fellowship. Bred to scholarly and

even aristocratic associations, his heart went out to all, and he showed a

pastor's care for the most uninviting; his devotions did not degenerate into

pietism. He was a charming companion, one of the most courtly gentlemen in

the social circle. His life was so gentle and the elements so mixed in him

that nature might stand up and say to all the world, "This is a man.".

 

Mary S. MAGUIRE 6 [11592] was born in USA. She died in October 1849 in USA.

 

Elizabeth M. CAMPBELL 6 [11593] was born in USA. She and Charles AXTELL had the following children:

 

+938

Mary Libania AXTELL (1859- ) [12489]

+939

Juliet Hay AXTELL (1861-1863) [12491]

+940

Elizabeth Brown AXTELL (1863-1863) [12492]

+941

Harriet AXTELL (1869- ) [12493]

 

363. Martha CORY 6,79,80 [12031], daughter of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 17 May 1799 in USA. She was born on 17 May 1799 in Mendham. 80 She married David BEERS [35681] on 31 January 1821. She died on 19 January 1871 in Honesdale, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, USA. 80

 

David BEERS 79,80 [35681] was born on 9 September 1796. He died on 16 December 1879 in Honesdale. He and Martha CORY had the following children:

 

+942

Phebe Ann BEERS (1821-1898) [35682]

+943

Frances Elizabeth BEERS (1824- ) [35683]

+944

Simeon Cory BEERS (1827-1842) [35684]

 

364. James CORY 6,79,80 [12032], son of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 18 January 1801 in USA. He was born on 18 January 1801 in Paterson. 80 He married Susan MULFORD [35685] on 7 December 1824 in Hanover, Essex County, New Jersey, USA. He died on 6 February 1880 in Paterson, Passiac County, New Jersey, USA. 80

 

Susan MULFORD 79,80 [35685] was born on 6 December 1801. She died on 30 September 1898 in Orange County, New Jersey, USA. She and James CORY had the following children:

 

+945

Aaron Kitchell CORY (1825-1880) [35686]

+946

Martha Ann CORY (1826-1897) [35687]

+947

Caroline CORY (1832-1889) [35688]

+948

James Mandeville CORY (1838-1915) [35689]

+949

Charles H CORY (1839-1928) [35690]

 

365. Phebe CORY 6,79,80 [12033], daughter of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 16 February 1803 in USA. She was born on 16 February 1803 in Mendham. 80 She married Ira PRUDEN [35678] on 19 April 1847. She died. 80

 

Ira PRUDEN 79,80 [35678] was born in 1800 (approx.). He died.

 

366. Anna CORY 6,79,80,127 [12034], daughter of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 5 December 1804 in USA. 127 She was born on 5 December 1804 in Mendham. 80 She died on 11 October 1870 in Morris County. 127 She was buried in 1870 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 127

 

367. Henry CORY 6,79,80 [12035], son of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 8 October 1806 in USA. He was born on 8 October 1806 in Mendham. 80 He married Harriet HUNT [35679] on 5 March 1833. He died on 23 May 1856 in Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey, USA. 80

 

Harriet HUNT 79,80 [35679] was born in 1810 (approx.). She died.

 

368. Lewis CORY 6,79,80 [12036], son of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 5 October 1808 in USA. He was born on 5 October 1808 in Mendham. 80 He married Elizabeth BROWN [35680] on 23 February 1831. He died on 3 January 1863 in San Jose, Santa Clara, County, California, USA. 80

 

Elizabeth BROWN 79,80 [35680] was born in 1810 (approx.). She died.

 

369. Silas Day CORY 6,79,80,128,129,130,131 [12037], son of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 14 August 1810 in USA. 128 He was born on 14 August 1810 in Mendham. 80 He married Julia STILES [19070] in 1834 (approx.). 80 He married Sarah FREEMAN [19071] on 5 March 1853 in Morristown. 80 He died on 12 October 1890 in Morris County. 128 He died on 12 October 1890 in Morristown. 80 He was buried in 1890 First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 128

 

Julia STILES 79,80 [19070] was born on 6 July 1806 in USA. She was born on 26 July 1806 in Morris County. 80 She died on 15 December 1850 in USA. She died on 15 December 1850 in Morristown. 80 She was buried in 1850 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 132 She and Silas Day CORY had the following children:

 

+950

Phebe G CORY (1835-1840) [19075]

+951

Emma CORY (1837-1901) [19074]

+952

Lewis CORY (1839-1840) [19073]

+953

Ira Whitehead CORY (1841- ) [35695]

+954

Theodore Little CORY (1844-1922) [35696]

+955

Amelia T CORY (1846- ) [35697]

 

Sarah FREEMAN 79,80 [19071] was born on 2 April 1815 in USA. She was born on 22 April 1815 in Morristown. 80 She died on 21 August 1906 in USA. She was buried in 1906 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 133 She and Silas Day CORY had the following children:

 

+956

Henry CORY (1856- ) [35699]

 

370. Uzal CORY 6,79,80,134,135,136,137,138 [12038], son of Simeon CORY [11269] and Rhoda AXTELL [11268], was born on 28 September 1812 in USA. 135 He was born on 28 September 1812 in Mendham. 80 He married Susan P [19068] in 1837 (approx.). 80 He married Sarah E [19072] on 10 June 1857. 80 He died on 4 July 1888 in Morris County. 135 He died on 4 July 1888 in Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, USA. 80 He was buried in 1888 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 135

 

Susan P 79,80,134,137,139 [19068] was born in 1813 (approx.) in USA. 139 She died on 29 October 1854 in Morris County. 139 She was buried in 1854 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 139 She and Uzal CORY had the following children:

 

+957

James Simeon CORY (1844?-1848) [19069]

+958

Frances S White CORY ( -1851) [19076]

+959

Mary C CORY (1838- ) [35704]

+960

William D CORY (1840- ) [35706]

+961

David Uzal CORY (1847-1901) [35707]

 

Sarah E 79,80,136,138 [19072] was born on 25 November 1828 in USA. 136 She died on 28 September 1894 in Morris County. 136 She died on 28 September 1894 in Jersey City, Essex County, New Jersey, USA. 80 She was buried in 1894 First Prebyterian Churchyard in Morristown. 136 She and Uzal CORY had the following children:

 

+962

Francis L CORY (1862-1875) [19077]

+963

Herbert D CORY (1866- ) [35708]

 

371. Jeheil AXTELL 6 [11594], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 21 September 1795 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

372. John AXTELL 6 [11595], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 23 May 1797 in New Jersey. He married Sarah BENNETT [11596] in Geneva. He died on 28 February 1849 in USA.

 

b. May 23, 1797, in N.J.; married Sarah Bennett at Geneva, N.Y.; died Feb.

28, 1849.

Order of children is unknown.

 

Sarah BENNETT 6 [11596] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+964

Carolina AXTELL ( - ) [12495]

+965

Mary AXTELL ( - ) [12497]

+966

Rosette AXTELL ( - ) [12499]

+967

Stephen AXTELL ( - ) [12501]

+968

Francis AXTELL ( - ) [12502]

 

373. Charles AXTELL 6 [11597], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 30 March 1798 in USA. He died on 15 March 1854 in USA.

 

no children.

 

374. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11598], daughter of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 1 September 1800 in New York. 6,83 She died in 1869. 83 At some point she married Israel ARMS [11599] .

 

Israel ARMS 6 [11599] was born on 18 April 1796 in Massachusetts, USA. 83 He died on 20 October 1838. 83 He and Sarah AXTELL had the following children:

 

+969

Henry H ARMS (1837-1838) [75429]

 

375. Stephen AXTELL 6 [11600], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 12 March 1802 in USA. He died on 22 September 1831 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

376. George AXTELL 6 [11601], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 1 November 1804 in USA. He died on 27 March 1858 in Morinci, Lenawee County, Michigan, USA. At some point he married Matilda LINGLE [11602] .

 

b. Nov. 1, 1804; married Matilda Lingle (b. Apr. 6, 1824); died Mar. 27,

1858, in Morinci, Mich.; his wife died Feb. 14, 1878, in Geneva, N.Y.

 

Matilda LINGLE 6 [11602] was born on 6 April 1824 in USA. She died on 14 February 1878 in Geneva. She and George AXTELL had the following children:

 

+970

Spencer Timothy AXTELL (1848-1915) [12503]

+971

Mary Ann (Alice) AXTELL (1850- ) [12505]

 

377. Mary Ann AXTELL 6 [11603], daughter of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born in 1806 in USA. At some point she married Foster B. ARMS [11604] .

 

Foster B. ARMS 6 [11604] was born in USA.

 

378. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11605], daughter of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 7 March 1806 in USA. At some point she married Alanson BRATFORD [11606] .

 

Alanson BRATFORD 6 [11606] was born in USA.

 

379. Samuel Freeman AXTELL 6 [11607], son of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 23 May 1812 in near Geneva, Ontario County, New York, USA. He married Sarah BROWN [11608] in 1868.

 

b. May 23, 1812, near Geneva, N.Y.; married Sarah Brown in 1868. He was a

farmer in Clinton, Mich.

 

Sarah BROWN 6 [11608] was born in USA. She and Samuel Freeman AXTELL had the following children:

 

+972

Jehial AXTELL (1875- ) [12507]

+973

Frank L. AXTELL ( - ) [12508]

+974

Foster AXTELL ( - ) [12509]

 

380. Harriet AXTELL 6 [11609], daughter of Timothy AXTELL [11271] and Mary FREEMAN [11272], was born on 17 July 1815 in USA. At some point she married James WILSON [11610] .

 

James WILSON 6 [11610] was born in USA.

 

381. James Stevens AXTELL 6 [11611], son of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 11 January 1804 in Brookside, Morris County, New Jersey, USA. He married Caroline SANDERS [11612] on 25 February 1830. He died on 6 April 1890 in USA.

 

b. Jan. 11, 1804 at Brookside, Morris Co., N.J., m. Caroline, daughter of

Cyrus and Constance Sanders of Mendham, N.J., on Feb. 25, 1830. They had

eight children, all born in Morris Co. He moved to Newark on April 1, 1850.

When about 18 years old, he joined the N.J. Militia, serving in Morris

Brigade, 1st Rgt.; after ten years service was discharged, exempt of military

duty. He was the head of a patriotic family as three sons and two sons-in-law

were in the Civil War. He died Dec. 6, 1890. Caroline died June 21, 1892,

aged 84 years.

 

Caroline SANDERS 6 [11612] was born in USA. She died on 21 June 1892 in USA. She and James Stevens AXTELL had the following children:

 

+975

Ann Martin AXTELL (1830-1833) [12510]

+976

Cyrus Lindley AXTELL (1832- ) [12511]

+977

Ezra Sanders AXTELL (1834- ) [12513]

+978

Ann Maria AXTELL (1836-1838) [12516]

+979

Henrietta Maria AXTELL (1839-1916) [12517]

+980

John Dayton AXTELL (1841-1923) [12519]

+981

Lydia Caroline AXTELL (1844-1911) [12521]

+982

Susan Emily AXTELL (1848-1850) [12523]

 

382. Luther AXTELL 6 [11613], son of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 6 August 1806 in USA. He died on 18 August 1878 in USA. At some point he married Sarah SIMPSON [11614] .

 

b. Aug. 6, 1806, married Sarah Simpson. He died Aug. 18, 1878.

(Order of children may not be correct.).

 

Sarah SIMPSON 6 [11614] was born in USA. She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+983

William AXTELL ( - ) [12524]

+984

Albert AXTELL ( - ) [12525]

+985

Martha Jane AXTELL (1836- ) [12529]

+986

Frances L. AXTELL (1838-1910) [12527]

+987

Louisa Anna AXTELL ( - ) [12531]

+988

Mary AXTELL ( - ) [12533]

 

383. William AXTELL 6 [11615], son of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 23 October 1809 in USA. He died on 13 February 1873 in USA. At some point he married Chloe A. [11616] .

 

b. Oct. 23, 1809. He moved from western New York to St. Joseph, Mich., and in

1834 to Milwaukee, Wis., where he owned a large hotel called "The Axtell

House." He married Chloe A. --. He died Feb. 13, 1873.

 

Chloe A. 6 [11616] was born in USA. She and William AXTELL had the following children:

 

+989

William AXTELL ( - ) [12535]

+990

George AXTELL ( - ) [12536]

 

384. Hester AXTELL 6 [11617], son of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 14 September 1811 in USA. He died on 1 June 1886 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

385. Mary Ann AXTELL 6 [11618], daughter of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 21 April 1813 in USA. At some point she married Charles SANDERSON [11619] .

 

She was the mother of five children.

 

Charles SANDERSON 6 [11619] was born in USA.

 

386. Phebe Mills AXTELL 6 [11620], daughter of Philip Lindley AXTELL [11277] and Maria STEVENS [11278], was born on 13 July 1819 in USA. At some point she married Henry STYLES [11621] .

 

to them 9 children were born. [axb45.ged].

 

Henry STYLES 6 [11621] was born in USA.

 

387. Eliza AXTELL 6 [11622], daughter of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 28 September 1805 in USA. At some point she married James WOODS [11623] .

 

Rev. James Woods was a Baptist minister; their son Rev. Philip A. Woods

followed his profession.

 

James WOODS 6 [11623] was born in USA. He and Eliza AXTELL had the following children:

 

+991

WOODS ( - ) [13173]

 

388. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11624], daughter of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 9 October 1807 in USA. At some point she married Daniel THROCKMORTON [11625] .

 

See http://www.int erment.net/data/us/pa/washington/herman.htm.

 

Daniel THROCKMORTON 6 [11625] was born in USA.

 

389. Rebecca AXTELL 6 [11626], daughter of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 15 October 1809 in USA. She married Jesse CURRY [11627] on 4 March 1845.

 

Jesse CURRY 6 [11627] was born in USA.

 

390. Zenas AXTELL 6 [11628], son of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 25 May 1812 in Pennsylvania, USA. He married Asenath PATTERSON [11629] in August 1839. He died on 25 May 1884 in USA.

 

b. May 25, 1812 in western Pa. He was a farmer and lived in Green Co., Pa.,

and was a prominent member of the Baptist Church. In Aug. 1839 he married

Asenath (or Lucina) Patterson. He died May 25, 1884.

 

Asenath PATTERSON 6 [11629] was born in USA. She and Zenas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+992

Mary Ann AXTELL (1840- ) [12537]

+993

Hiram B. AXTELL (1844-1904) [12538]

+994

Martha Jane AXTELL (1847- ) [12539]

+995

Charles Tilton AXTELL (1848- ) [12540]

+996

Nancy Flora AXTELL (1848- ) [12541]

+997

Robert Patterson AXTELL (1851-1852) [12542]

 

391. Luvina AXTELL 6 [11630], daughter of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 18 May 1819 in USA. She died on 4 September 1838 in USA.

 

392. Mary AXTELL 6 [11631], daughter of Philip AXTELL [11289] and Mary TUCKER [11290], was born on 3 January 1822 in USA. She died on 16 August 1838 in USA.

 

393. Lusany AXTELL 6 [11632], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Chloe CLARK [11292], was born on 24 May 1805 in USA. 59,140 She married Archibald MCCRACKEN [11633] on 28 April 1824. 59 She died on 10 December 1858 in USA. 59,140 She was buried in 1858 Amity Methodist Cemetery in Amwell Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 140

 

b. May 24, 1805, m. Archibold McCracken April 28, 1824. She spent her whole life in Washington Co., Pa. She died Dec. 10, 1858, and was buried at Amity, Pa. Her husband was born May 23, 1799, died Aug. 31, 1884. He was a farmer all his life.

Children:

Phebe, b. Aug. 22, 1825, m. John Iams 1850, had seven children.

Elizabeth, b. Mar. 28, 1827, m. Wm. Watson 1878, d. 1915.

Andrew, b. May 24, 1829, m. Jane H. Caldwell Sept. 11, 1860, d. Aug. 14, 1909. Served in Civil War; had four children.

Chloe, b. Aug. 5, 1831, d. Dec. 11, 1832.

Mary, b. May 7, 1834, m. Saml. Smith May 16, 1855. Seven children.

Luther Axtell, b. Mar. 9, 1836, m. Martha Adams Sept. 11, 1862, d. Mar. 4, 1920, served three years in Union Army, '61-64. Three children.

Sarah, b. Jan. 24, 1841, m. Stephen Miller 1873, d. 1917. Five children.

Rachel Axtell, b. Jan. 25, 1841, d. Oct. 2, 1845.

Jonas Cooper, b. June 11, 1843, m. Mary Ross 1888, d. Nov. 21, 1919. No children.

Martha Jane, b. May 23, 1845, d. Dec. 6, 1853.

 

Archibald MCCRACKEN 6,141 [11633], son of Andrew MCCRACKEN ( -1837) [18010], was born on 23 May 1799 in USA. 141 He died on 31 August 1884 in USA. 141 He was buried in 1884 Amity Methodist Cemetery in Amwell Township. 141 He and Lusany AXTELL had the following children:

 

+998

Phebe MCCRACKEN (1825- ) [13226]

+999

Elizabeth MCCRACKEN (1827-1915) [13228]

+1000

Andrew MCCRACKEN (1829-1909) [13230]

+1001

Chloe MCCRACKEN (1831-1832) [13232]

+1002

Mary MCCRACKEN (1834- ) [13233]

+1003

Luther Axtell MCCRACKEN (1836-1920) [13235]

+1004

Sarah MCCRACKEN (1841-1917) [13237]

+1005

Rachel Axtell MCCRACKEN (1841-1845) [13239]

+1006

Jonas Cooper MCCRACKEN (1843-1919) [13240]

+1007

Martha Jane MCCRACKEN (1845-1853) [13242]

 

394. Phebe AXTELL 6 [11634], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Chloe CLARK [11292], was born on 23 February 1807 in Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. 59 She married Caleb W. THROPE [11635] on 20 June 1832. 59 She died on 11 March 1868 in USA. 6,59

 

b. Feb. 23, 1807, in Washington Co., Pa., m. Caleb W. Thrope June 20, 1832.

She had two sons who served in the Union Army, one killed at Chattanooga, the

other was with Sherman on his march through Georgia. She died in March, 1868.

 

Caleb W. THROPE 6 [11635] was born in USA.

 

395. Chloe AXTELL 6 [11636], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 18 August 1810 in USA. 59 She married Ira ANDREW [11637] on 18 October 1832. 59 She died on 12 February 1842 in USA. 59

 

b. Aug. 18, 1810, m. Ira Andrew Oct. 18, 1832, and died Feb. 12, 1842. One of

her sons was with the 85th Pa. Vol. at the siege of Charleston, S.C.

 

Ira ANDREW 6 [11637] was born in USA.

 

396. John McClain AXTELL 6 [11638], son of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 17 January 1812. 59 He was born on 17 August 1812 in USA. 6 He died on 8 April 1827. 59

 

397. Luvina AXTELL 6 [11639], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 24 August 1813 in USA. 59 She died on 9 March 1816. 59

 

398. Philip AXTELL 6 [11640], son of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 1 May 1815 in Pennsylvania. 59,142 He married Eliza Myers GIBBONS [11641] on 14 September 1843. 59,142 He died on 3 September 1897 East End in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. He was buried in 1897 Homewood Cemetery in Pittsburgh. 142

 

b. May 1, 1815, in western Pa., m. Eliza Myers Gibbons Sept. 14, 1843. He entered the ministry in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church about 1840, and labored zealously for several years in different congregations of the C. P. Church in Washington and Green Counties, Pa. He was also associated with his son, on the "Stockman" a prominent stock paper of Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

Eliza Myers GIBBONS 6,142 [11641] was born on 28 February 1822 in USA. She died on 13 February 1888. 59 She and Philip AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1008

Ann Caroline AXTELL (1844- ) [12543]

+1009

Mary Emma AXTELL (1846- ) [12545]

+1010

James Wycliffe AXTELL (1852-1909) [12547]

+1011

Lydia Frances AXTELL (1854- ) [12549]

+1012

John Ewing AXTELL (1856-1856) [12551]

 

399. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11642] (known as 'Sally'), daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 26 January 1817 in Washington County. 59 She married Jonas COOPER [11643] on 3 November 1836. 59 She died on 23 August 1885. 59

 

b. Jan. 26, 1817, in Washington Co., Pa., m. Jonas Cooper Nov. 3, 1836. They

had six children. Their son Philip A. was a member of the 140th Pa. Vol., and

was in the battle of Gettysburg. The other sons, Daniel and Alva D., were

ministers of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

 

Jonas COOPER 6 [11643] was born in USA.

 

400. Silas AXTELL 6 [11644], son of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 18 October 1818 in Pennsylvania. 59 He married Christy IAMS [11645] on 15 November 1842. 59 He died on 20 November 1860 in Washington County. 6 He died on 30 November 1860. 59 He was buried in West Finley Cem., USA.

 

b. Oct. 18, 1818, in western Pa., m. Nov. 15, 1842, Christy Iams. He was a

farmer, and at one time owned two farms in Green County. Sold both and bought

a valuable farm in Washington Co., Pa., where he died Nov. 20, 1860, and was

buried in West Finley Cemetery. He was a successful business man, a member of

and a liberal supporter of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, a man of

sterling integrity and favorable Christian influence.

 

Christy IAMS 6 [11645] was born on 25 December 1818 in USA. 143 She died on 18 November 1893 in USA. 59,143 She was buried in 1893 Green Mount Cemetery in Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA. 143 She and Silas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1013

William Allen AXTELL (1843-1902) [12552]

+1014

Sarah Ann AXTELL (1846-1919) [12553]

+1015

Emma Jane AXTELL (1848-1915) [12554]

 

401. Luther AXTELL 6 [11646], son of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 11 December 1820 in Washington County. 6 He was born on 19 December 1820. 59 He had the title 'Rev.'. He married Sarah LINCOLN [11647] on 1 April 1847. 59 He died on 23 March 1886 in USA. 6,59

 

b. Dec. 11, 1820, in Washington Co., Pa., m. Sarah Lincoln of Green Co. on

April 1, 1847. In 1841, he left his father's farm to attend school at Green

County Academy. In 1845 he was licensed to preach, and was ordained in April

1847. From that time till 1882, he was engaged in the ministerial work in

Allegheny, Washington, Green, and Fayette Counties, Pa. Notwithstanding he

was possessed of a splendid physical constitution, by travel, hard labor and

exposure was reluctantly forced to abandon his profession and retire to his

home in Coal Center, Washington Co., Pa. He was very much interested in the

Axtell family history. He died March 23, 1886.

 

Sarah LINCOLN 6 [11647] was born in USA. She died on 5 November 1906. 59 She and Luther AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1016

Sebastian Massilion AXTELL (1848-1861) [12555]

+1017

Thomas Lincoln AXTELL (1850-1904) [12556]

+1018

Mary Eliza AXTELL (1852-1937) [12557]

+1019

Luther Melancthon AXTELL (1855-1891) [12558]

 

402. Rachel AXTELL 6 [11648], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 26 August 1822 in USA. 59 She died on 20 April 1905 in USA. 6,59

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

403. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11649], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 14 July 1824 in USA. 59 She died on 5 March 1833 in USA. 59

 

404. Nancy AXTELL 6 [11650], daughter of Luther AXTELL [11291] and Nancy MCCLAIN [11293], was born on 21 October 1828 in USA. 59 She married James H. RIAL [11651] on 15 April 1851. 59 She married Silas CLARK [11652] on 13 August 1857. 59 She died in May 1888. 59

 

b. Oct. 21, 1828, m. (1) on April 15, 1851, Rev. James H. Rial, a Cumberland

Presbyterian minister. They had two children. He died in 1855. she m. (2) on

Aug. 13, 1857, Silas Clark of Vermilion Co., Ill.

 

James H. RIAL 6 [11651] was born in USA. He had the title 'Rev.'. He died on 21 June 1852. 59 He died in 1855 in USA. 6

 

Silas CLARK 6 [11652] was born in USA.

 

405. Joanna DODD 6 [12039], daughter of Daniel F DODD [11300] and Jemima C AXTELL [11299], was born in 1819 in USA. She married Nathan AXTELL [11955] in 1841 in Washington County. She died in 1871 in Page County, Iowa, USA.

 

Nathan AXTELL 6,62 [11955], son of Nathan AXTELL (1774-1852) [11384] and Elizabeth CLUTTER (1779-1855) [11385], was born in 1818 in Washington County. He married Clarissa DODD on 25 June 1872 in Page County. He and Joanna DODD had the following children:

 

+1020

Mary E AXTELL (1842- ) [13011]

+1021

Cassius M. AXTELL (1844-1932) [13012]

+1022

Daniel Webster AXTELL (1848-1872?) [13013]

+1023

Oliver Wallace AXTELL (1849-1937) [13014]

+1024

James Murray AXTELL (1851- ) [13016]

 

406. Clarissa DODD 6 [12040], daughter of Daniel F DODD [11300] and Jemima C AXTELL [11299], was born in USA. She married Nathan AXTELL [11955] on 25 June 1872 in Page County.

 

Nathan AXTELL 6,62 [11955], son of Nathan AXTELL (1774-1852) [11384] and Elizabeth CLUTTER (1779-1855) [11385], was born in 1818 in Washington County. He married Joanna DODD in 1841 in Washington County.

 

407. Hannah RIGGS 87 [22196], daughter of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 19 November 1819. 87

 

408. Asenath RIGGS 87 [22197], daughter of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 23 February 1822. 87

 

409. Eunice RIGGS 87 [22198], daughter of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 21 September 1824. 87

 

410. Lucinda RIGGS 87 [22199], daughter of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 2 November 1827. 87

 

411. Luther RIGGS 87 [22200], son of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 29 October 1830. 87

 

412. Sophia RIGGS 87 [22201], daughter of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 6 October 1833. 87

 

413. Joseph Cook RIGGS 87 [22202], son of Joseph Cook RIGGS [11302] and Bethany AXTELL [11301], was born on 18 June 1838. 87

 

414. Thomas Gibbs AXTELL 6 [11653], son of John AXTELL [11304], was born in 1813 in USA. 144 He appeared in the census in 1881 in Ridout & McLean, Muskoka, Ontario. 144 He died in 1886 in Ontario, Canada. 145 At some point he married Elizabeth [19038] .

 

[no biographical information].

 

Elizabeth [19038] and Thomas Gibbs AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1025

Richmond AXTELL ( - ) [12560]

+1026

John F. AXTELL ( - ) [12561]

+1027

Channing AXTELL ( -1862) [19037]

 

415. Cardin Jackson AXTELL 6 [11654], son of John AXTELL [11304], was born in USA.

 

No information.

 

416. John Edsil AXTELL 6 [11655], son of John AXTELL [11304], was born in USA.

 

No information.

 

417. Nathan Gibbs AXTELL 6 [11656], son of John AXTELL [11304], was born on 7 June 1827 in Pierpont, New York, USA. He married Mary Elizabeth WATSON [11657] on 23 April 1856.

 

b. June 7, 1827, in Pierpont, N.Y., was educated at Victoria College, Canada, and entered the ministry. He was a local minister of the M. E. Church at St. Albans, Vt. 1854. He married Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas B. Watson April 23, 1856. At the breaking out of the rebellion he was pastor of the First M. E. Church in Oswego, N.Y. He entered the army as Chaplain of one of the first regiments that volunteered; at the end of the first year he received a commission as Major, and later became Colonel. He served in the Army of the Potomac, at the siege of Charleston, in the Army of the James, and Shenandoah, and was wounded three times. In 1867, he was a member of a convention to many important positions in the ministry, and was a popular lecturer on temperance and other reforms. He resided at Evanston, Ill. [axb45.ged].

 

Mary Elizabeth WATSON 6 [11657] was born in USA. She and Nathan Gibbs AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1028

Herbert Watson AXTELL (1859- ) [12562]

+1029

Frederick Gibbs AXTELL (1867- ) [12563]

+1030

Thomas Watson AXTELL (1870- ) [12564]

+1031

Edward Gordon AXTELL (1877- ) [12565]

 

418. John Edwin AXTELL 6 [11658], son of Henry AXTELL [11305] and Sarah T. WOODRUFF [11306], was born on 5 August 1814 in Pierpont. He married Eliza E. AMIDON [11659] on 5 October 1836. He married Abigail ALDRICH [11660] on 5 September 1854. He died in 1890 in USA.

 

b. Aug. 5, 1814, in Pierpont, N.Y., m. (1) Eliza E. Amidon, Oct. 5, 1836. She

died Feb. 22, 1854. He m. (2) Abigail Aldrich Sept. 5, 1854. He spent his

life on a farm in Lisbon, N.Y., and died in 1890.

 

Eliza E. AMIDON 6 [11659] was born in USA. She died on 22 February 1854 in USA. She and John Edwin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1032

Frances C. AXTELL (1836- ) [12566]

+1033

Henry Edwin AXTELL (1838-1857) [12568]

+1034

Addie E. AXTELL (1840- ) [12569]

+1035

Harlon W. AXTELL (1843-1852) [12571]

 

Abigail ALDRICH 6 [11660] was born in USA.

 

419. Pitts Brown AXTELL 6 [11661], son of Henry AXTELL [11305] and Sarah T. WOODRUFF [11306], was born on 10 September 1820 in Pierpont. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Pierrepont, Saint Lawrence County, New York, USA. 88 He married Jane WHITE [11662] on 18 February 1850. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Pierrepont. 88 He was a Farmer. 88

 

b. Sept. 10, 1820, in Pierpont, N.Y. He m. Jane White of Georgia, Vt. on Feb.

18, 1850. He lived for many years on the farm his father took up in 1813, and

later lived in Rochester, Vt.

 

Jane WHITE 6 [11662] was born in 1791 (approx.) in New York. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Pierrepont. 88 She appeared in the census in 1860 in Pierrepont. 88 She was a Housekeeper. 88 She and Pitts Brown AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1036

Ezra Pitts AXTELL (1859-1935) [12572]

+1037

Edna Tinsdale AXTELL (1861- ) [12574]

 

420. Amy AXTELL 6 [11663], daughter of Henry AXTELL [11305] and Sarah T. WOODRUFF [11306], was born on 26 May 1829 in New York. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Pierrepont. 88 She married Isaac STEWART [11664] in 1856. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Pierrepont. 88

 

Isaac STEWART 6 [11664] was born in 1825 (approx.) in New York. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Pierrepont. 88 He was a Farmer. 88

 

421. Ezra AXTELL 6 [11665], son of Henry AXTELL [11305] and Sarah T. WOODRUFF [11306], was born on 23 May 1831 in USA. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Pierrepont. 88 He was a Famer. 88 He married Mary J. STILLWELL [11666] on 27 February 1864 in Pierpont.

 

No children.

 

Mary J. STILLWELL 6 [11666] was born in USA.

 

422. Diantha M. AXTELL 6 [11667], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11307] and Zenath STERNS [11308], was born on 9 July 1812 in USA. She married William James WHITFIELD [27865] in 1831. 146

 

423. Maurice AXTELL 3,6 [18033], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11313] and Ann D [18032], was born in 1832. 3,147 He was an Empleado. 3,147 He died of Cholera on 18 December 1887 in Quillota, Chile. 3,147 At some point he married Sabina NUNEZ [35365] .

 

Note in axb45.ged states that its thought that Maurice died in an earthquake in South America. This note seems to be copied in the data on Eduardo Moreno's website, but he also states that the death certificate shows the cause of death to be Cholera. Could be that cholera was due to problems after earthquake. [Jon Axtell].

 

Cert. Defuncion dice INGLES

Murio de Colera

Enterrado en Cementerio de Quillota. 3

 

Sabina NUNEZ 3 [35365] and Maurice AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1038

Sabina AXTELL Nunez (1870-bef1930) [34855]

+1039

Carlos AXTELL Nunez (1875-1903) [35366]

+1040

Felix Agustin AXTELL Nunez (1888- ) [35367]

 

424. Benjamin Samuel AXTELL 6 [11668], son of Samuel AXTELL [11328] and Martha M. PAGE [11329], was born on 28 November 1833 in Chester, Windsor County, Vermont, USA. He married Lucy A. CHURCH [11669] on 22 November 1865. He died on 3 October 1879 in Rutland, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. Nov. 28, 1833, at Chester, Vt. He m. Lucy A. Church Nov. 22, 1865. He was

in the mercantile business for a while at Brooklyn, Wis., died at Rutland,

Wis., Oct. 3, 1879.

 

Lucy A. CHURCH 6 [11669] was born in USA. She and Benjamin Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1041

Vernon Allen AXTELL (1867- ) [12576]

+1042

Hattie E. AXTELL (1869- ) [12577]

+1043

Anna L. AXTELL (1871- ) [12578]

 

425. Osman AXTELL 6 [11670], son of Samuel AXTELL [11328] and Martha M. PAGE [11329], was born on 5 December 1835 in Chester. He married Amelia TAGGERT [11671] on 1 November 1860 in Evansville. He died on 12 December 1866 in Rutland.

 

b. Dec. 4, 1835, in Chester, Vt., m. Amelia Taggert Nov. 1, 1860, in

Evansville, Wis., to which state he had moved with his parents in 1846. Died

at Rutland, Wis., Dec. 12, 1866.

 

Amelia TAGGERT 6 [11671] was born in USA. She and Osman AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1044

Wayland Samuel AXTELL (1862- ) [12579]

+1045

Willis Osman AXTELL (1863-1938) [12581]

+1046

Carrie Amelia AXTELL (1866- ) [12584]

 

426. Martha AXTELL 6 [11672], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11328] and Martha M. PAGE [11329], was born on 16 April 1837 in USA. At some point she married George SMITH [11673] .

 

Husband was from Lincoln, Nebr.

 

George SMITH 6 [11673] was born in USA.

 

427. Elizabeth L. AXTELL 6 [11674], daughter of Samuel AXTELL [11328] and Martha M. PAGE [11329], was born on 3 October 1840 in USA.

 

428. Emery P. AXTELL 6 [11675], son of Samuel AXTELL [11328] and Martha M. PAGE [11329], was born on 8 February 1848 in USA. He died on 31 October 1871 in USA.

 

429. Martha AXTELL 6 [11676], daughter of Henry Copse AXTELL [11332] and Mary S. GILMORE [11333], was born in USA.

 

430. AXTELL 6 [11677], son of Henry Copse AXTELL [11332] and Mary S. GILMORE [11333], was born in USA.

 

A son.

 

431. Henry Copse AXTELL 6 [11678], son of Henry Copse AXTELL [11332] and Mary Ann WALLICE [11334], was born on 7 January 1846 in USA.

 

He enlisted May 1862 in the 63 Ill. Vol. and was honorably discharged Dec.

1862; he enlisted in 1863 in the 9th Ill., and was reported as missing in

action May 27, 1864 at Pickets Mills, Ga.

 

432. Walter Monteroy AXTELL 6 [11679], son of Henry Copse AXTELL [11332] and Mary Ann WALLICE [11334], was born on 6 November 1849 in New York.

 

reported as living at Fisherman Bay, Calif. in June 1878.

 

433. Mary Ann AXTELL 6 [11680], daughter of Henry Copse AXTELL [11332] and Mary Ann WALLICE [11334], was born on 4 September 1852 in USA. She married James H. HOCKING [11681] on 25 April 1875.

 

lived in San Francisco.

 

James H. HOCKING 6 [11681] was born in USA.

 

434. Miletus Bullard AXTELL 6 [11682], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born on 16 September 1803 in Windsor, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Eliza ELTON [11683] on 10 March 1831 in Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York, USA. He died on 10 December 1859 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, USA.

 

b. Sept. 16, 1803 at Windsor, Mass. Was bound out when ten years old to

Horatis Forbes. About 1820, ran away to N.Y., settled in Canandaigua, Ontario

Co., where he married Eliza Elton March 10, 1831. He moved to Lockport, and

afterward to Rochester where he died Dec. 10, 1859. His widow married N.

Luther of Bancroft, Mich. in 1870. He died at Rochester, N.Y., Nov. 18, 1893.

 

Eliza ELTON 6 [11683] was born in USA. She died on 18 November 1893 in Rochester. She and Miletus Bullard AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1047

William Simmons AXTELL (1834-1913) [12585]

+1048

Nathaniel AXTELL (1838-1838) [12587]

+1049

John Silas AXTELL (1843-1917) [12588]

+1050

Mary Eliza AXTELL (1846-1865) [12590]

 

435. Louisa AXTELL 6 [11684], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in USA.

 

436. Charles AXTELL 6 [11685], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born on 23 June 1805 in Windsor. He married Phebe OSTERHOUT [11686] on 6 September 1832 in Royalton, Niagara County, New York, USA.

 

b. June 23, 1805, at Windsor, Mass. He moved to western N.Y. early in life

and resided at Royalton, Lewiston, and Wheatfield. He m. Phebe Osterhout

Sept. 6, 1832, at Royalton, N.Y.

 

Phebe OSTERHOUT 6 [11686] was born in USA. She and Charles AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1051

Lovina P. AXTELL (1833-1914) [12591]

+1052

Charles D. AXTELL (1835-1881) [12593]

+1053

Mary A. AXTELL (1837- ) [12595]

+1054

Harrison A. AXTELL (1839- ) [12596]

+1055

Valeria T. AXTELL (1842- ) [12597]

+1056

Sylvester T. AXTELL (1844- ) [12598]

+1057

Henry J. AXTELL (1846-1915) [12599]

+1058

Franklin George AXTELL (1848-1919?) [12602]

+1059

Sarah S. AXTELL (1850-1874) [12604]

+1060

Elmer E. AXTELL (1853-1912) [12605]

 

437. Alden AXTELL 6 [11687], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in 1807 in USA. He married in 1829 in Ridgeway, Orleans County, New York, USA.

 

b. 1807, married 1829, Ridgeway, N.Y.

 

Alden AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1061

Henry AXTELL ( - ) [12607]

 

438. Alvina AXTELL 6 [11688], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in USA.

 

439. Silas AXTELL 6 [11689], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in 1811 in USA.

 

b. 1811, married 1846. No further information.

 

440. Harriet AXTELL 6 [11690], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in USA.

 

441. Joshua AXTELL 6 [11691], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born on 25 September 1816 in USA. At some point he married Hannah L. CHAMBERLIN [11692] . He married Julia MATTESON [11693] in 1871.

 

b. Sept. 25, 1816. m. (1) Hannah L. Chamberlin, m. (2) Julia Matteson 1871.

He learned the blacksmith trade, moved to Detroit, Mich., where he became

master mechanic in the Michigan Central shops.

 

Hannah L. CHAMBERLIN 6 [11692] was born in USA.

 

Julia MATTESON 6 [11693] was born in USA. She and Joshua AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1062

Joshua Jay AXTELL (1873- ) [12608]

 

442. Arnold AXTELL 6 [11694], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in 1817 in USA. He died in 1864 in USA.

 

b. 1817, d. 1864.

 

Arnold AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1063

Julius AXTELL ( - ) [12610]

 

443. James M. AXTELL 6 [11695], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in 1820 in USA.

 

b. 1820. He was in the Seminole War in Florida, and was last heard of at Fort

Jesup, Ga., four years before the breaking out of the rebellion, at which

time he was in a mounted Dragoon regiment commanded by Col. Twiggs.

 

444. Mary AXTELL 6 [11696], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in USA.

 

445. Franklin R. AXTELL 6 [11697], son of Thomas AXTELL [11339] and Lovina SLOCUMB [11340], was born in 1826 in Windsor. He married Delia BROWN [11698] in 1852. He married Theola [11699] on 18 July 1865.

 

b. 1826 at Windsor, Mass. Went with his father's family to western N.Y. in

1838. m. (1) Delia Brown of Knowlesville, N.Y. 1852. m. (2) Mrs. Theola Evans

of Castile, N.Y. July 18, 1865. He served as Sergt. in the 17th Independent

Battery of N.Y. Vol. from 1862 to the end of the war. Lived at South

Frankfort, Mich.

 

Delia BROWN 6 [11698] was born in USA. She and Franklin R. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1064

Ida L. AXTELL (1853-1879) [12611]

+1065

Ada J. AXTELL (1858-1859) [12613]

 

Theola 6 [11699] was born in USA. She and Franklin R. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1066

Frank B. AXTELL (1870- ) [12614]

 

446. Asa AXTELL 6 [11700], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 8 September 1803 in Dixfield, Oxford County, Maine, USA. He married Lydia PINKHAM [11701] on 31 March 1829. He died on 22 January 1881 in Ogdensburg, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. Sept. 8, 1804, at Dixfield, Me., m. Lydia Pinkham March 31, 1829, moved to

Wis. about 1856 where he was a pioneer farmer. He died Jan. 22, 1881, at

Ogdensburg, Wis. He was a stone mason by trade. (See Axtell Cemetery at

Ogdensburg).

 

Lydia PINKHAM 6 [11701] was born in USA. She and Asa AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1067

Enoch AXTELL (1829- ) [12615]

+1068

Asa AXTELL (1836- ) [12616]

+1069

Colenda M. AXTELL ( - ) [12617]

 

447. Elias T. AXTELL 6 [11702], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 14 October 1805 in USA. He died on 1 June 1814 in USA.

 

448. Willard AXTELL 6 [11703], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 11 February 1807 in Dixfield. He married Aurilla KNOWLES [11704] on 8 March 1831. He died on 9 June 1884 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 11, 1807, at Dixfield, Me., m. Aurilla Knowles March 8, 1831. Was a

blacksmith. Lived in Belgrade. Died June 9, 1884.

 

Aurilla KNOWLES 6 [11704] was born in USA. She and Willard AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1070

Willard Snell AXTELL (1837-1900) [12619]

+1071

Elisha Knowles AXTELL (1841- ) [12621]

+1072

Abbie AXTELL ( - ) [12623]

 

449. James M. AXTELL 6 [11705], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 2 March 1809 in Dixfield. He married Mary A. JONES [11706] on 21 January 1838 in Augusta, Kennebec County, Maine, USA. He died on 17 January 1881 in Ogdensburg.

 

b. March 2, 1809 at Dixfield, Me., m. Mary A. Jones Jan. 21, 1838, at

Augusta, Me. Moved to Wis. in 1857, and resided at Ogdensburg, where he died

Jan. 17, 1881. He was a farmer.

 

Mary A. JONES 6 [11706] was born in USA. She and James M. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1073

William J. AXTELL (1838- ) [12625]

+1074

Etta AXTELL ( - ) [12627]

 

450. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11707], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 14 October 1810 in Dixfield. He married Nancy H. JUDKINS [11708] on 21 December 1834. He died in March 1889 in Dodge Center, Dodge County, Minnesota, USA.

 

b. at Dixfield, Me., Oct. 14 (or 4), 1810; m. Nancy H. Judkins Dec. 21, 1834.

He lived at Belgrade, Me., until 1856, when he with his brothers, Asa and

James, moved to Wis. and took up land at Ogdensburg, later moving to Minn. He

died at Dodge Center, Minn., in March 1889.

 

Nancy H. JUDKINS 6 [11708] was born in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1075

Julia AXTELL ( - ) [12628]

+1076

Joel Danforth AXTELL (1836-1866) [12629]

+1077

John Hubbard AXTELL (1838-1865) [18619]

+1078

Appleton AXTELL (1840- ) [12633]

+1079

Samuel Elisha AXTELL (1842-1881) [12634]

+1080

Ellen L. AXTELL (1843-1925) [12636]

+1081

Alvin Thomas AXTELL (1846-1911) [12638]

+1082

Emma O. AXTELL (1848- ) [12640]

+1083

Mary A. AXTELL (1850- ) [12642]

+1084

Manley AXTELL (1852- ) [12644]

+1085

Marshall L. AXTELL (1856- ) [12645]

+1086

Carrie V. AXTELL (1858-1861) [12646]

 

451. Joel T. AXTELL 6 [11709], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 1 May 1812 in USA. He died on 15 April 1832 in USA.

 

452. William AXTELL 6 [11710], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 11 July 1814 in USA. He died on 29 July 1820 in USA.

 

453. Taylor AXTELL 6 [11711], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 9 March 1816 in USA. He died on 14 October 1829 in USA.

 

454. John AXTELL 6 [11712], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 23 April 1818 in Peru, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Emeline BERRY [11713] on 26 February 1844 in New Sharon, Franklin County, Maine, USA. He died on 1 June 1889 in New London, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. April 23, 1818 at Peru, Mass., m. at New Sharon, Me., Emeline Berry Feb.

26, 1844. In 1846 he took his wife and child, and his household goods and

went by boat, railroad, Erie Canal, Great Lakes and ox-team through the

wilderness to northern Wis., and settled near Oshkosh, where his father and

six brothers were already living, "all of whom were honest, honorable men,

respected and looked up to by their neighbors," all had trades, good homes

and sufficient of this world's goods to take care of themselves through life.

John Axtell built a mill for the U.S. Government on Little Woolf River in

what is now Waupaca Co., for the Indians. His wife Emeline is said to have

been the first white woman to have set foot in what is now Waupaca County. He

died June 1, 1889 at New London, Wis.

 

Emeline BERRY 6 [11713] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1087

Amanda AXTELL (1845- ) [12647]

+1088

Albert F. AXTELL (1849-1874) [12649]

+1089

Orris Walker AXTELL (1851- ) [12650]

+1090

Sarah E. AXTELL (1855- ) [12652]

+1091

John Warren AXTELL (1855-1919) [12654]

+1092

Helen R. AXTELL (1857- ) [12656]

 

455. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11714], daughter of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 14 July 1822 in USA. She married Sylvester WALTCH [11715] on 6 December 1848. She died on 27 April 1873 in USA.

 

Sylvester WALTCH 6 [11715] was born in USA.

 

456. Eldridge AXTELL 6 [11716], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 25 February 1824 in Belgrade, Kennebec County, Maine, USA. He died on 10 August 1889 in Oakland, Kennebec County, Maine, USA. At some point he married Sarah CROWELL [11717] .

 

b. Feb. 25, 1824 in Belgrade, Me., m. Sarah Crowell, lived at West Waterville

(now Oakland), Me., where he died Aug. 10, 1889, farmer and railroad man.

 

Sarah CROWELL 6 [11717] was born in USA. She and Eldridge AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1093

Frank H. AXTELL (1854- ) [12658]

+1094

Charles AXTELL (1855-1864) [12660]

 

457. David AXTELL 6 [11718], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 7 October 1825 in Belgrade. He married Martha BLANCHARD [11719] on 2 February 1858. He died on 30 June 1898 in USA. He was buried in Waupaca, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, USA.

 

b. Oct. 7, 1825 at Belgrade, Me., moved to Kenosha, Wis., m. Feb. 2, 1858,

Martha Blanchard (b. April 12, 1835 at Waukegan, Ill.), she was the daughter

of Philip and Sarah Blanchard. He took up land near Ogdensburg, Wis., he was

an honest hard working man, a farmer and a Baptist, he served in the 74th

Wis. during the Civil War. He died June 30, 1898 and was buried at Waupaca,

Wis.

 

Martha BLANCHARD 6 [11719] was born on 12 April 1835 in Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois, USA. She and David AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1095

May Ella AXTELL (1858- ) [12661]

+1096

Abbie AXTELL (1860-1932?) [12664]

+1097

Arthur B. AXTELL (1862-1926) [12666]

+1098

Frank D. AXTELL (1864- ) [12667]

+1099

Glen Flora AXTELL (1874- ) [12668]

 

458. Rufus B. AXTELL 6 [11720], son of Asa AXTELL [11341] and Sarah TAYLOR [11342], was born on 15 August 1827 in Belgrade. He married Maria RICE [11721] on 13 September 1860.

 

b. Aug. 15, 1827 in Belgrade, Me., m. Maria Rice Sept. 13, 1860. A carpenter

by trade, lived in Malone, Iowa.

 

Maria RICE 6 [11721] was born in USA. She and Rufus B. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1100

Henry AXTELL (1862-1862) [12670]

+1101

Asa AXTELL (1870- ) [12671]

+1102

Hannah B. AXTELL (1874- ) [12672]

+1103

Glenn AXTELL ( - ) [12673]

 

459. Samantha AXTELL 6 [11722], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 17 October 1809 in Peru.

 

460. Voltaire AXTELL 6 [11723], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 23 July 1810 in USA. He died on 27 July 1810 in USA.

 

461. Ellison AXTELL 6 [11724], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 31 October 1811 in Peru. He married Sinai C. CONVERSE [11725] on 6 November 1849. He died in La Porte, La Porte County, Indiana, USA.

 

b. Oct. 31, 1811 in Peru, mass., m. Sinai C. Converse (age 29) Nov. 6, 1849,

he was a farmer in Windsor, Mass., died at La Porte, Ind.

 

Sinai C. CONVERSE 6 [11725] was born in 1820 (approx.) in USA. She and Ellison AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1104

Juliette R. AXTELL (1852-1863) [12674]

 

462. Loretta AXTELL 6 [11726], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 17 January 1813 in USA. At some point she married ELLISON [11727] .

 

ELLISON 6 [11727] was born in USA.

 

463. Juliette AXTELL 6 [11728], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 6 March 1814 in USA. She married Gideon H. PIERCE [11729] in March 1835.

 

Gideon H. PIERCE 6 [11729] was born in USA.

 

464. Electa Maria AXTELL 6 [11730], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 25 July 1815 in USA. She married Samuel D. BALDWIN [11731] in August 1834.

 

Samuel D. BALDWIN 6 [11731] was born in USA.

 

465. Clarinda AXTELL 6 [11732], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 9 June 1818 in USA.

 

466. Lucinda AXTELL 6 [11733], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 17 September 1819 in USA. She died on 1 May 1835 in USA.

 

467. Ebenezer Porter AXTELL 6 [11734], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 5 July 1820 in Windsor.

 

b. July 5, 1820 at Windsor, Mass. Lived in Brookfield, N.Y. and later moved to Illinois.

 

Ebenezer Porter AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1105

Adelbert K. AXTELL (1857- ) [12675]

+1106

Lamotte AXTELL (1858- ) [12676]

+1107

Eleanor AXTELL (1862- ) [12677]

+1108

Charles P. AXTELL (1864- ) [12678]

 

468. Mercy Artemisia AXTELL 6 [11735], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 25 October 1821 in USA. She married Henry D. HOLCOMB [11736] in October 1847.

 

Henry D. HOLCOMB 6 [11736] was born in USA.

 

469. Eleanor Rosetta AXTELL 6 [11737], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 8 August 1823 in USA.

 

470. Algernon Sidney AXTELL 6 [11738], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 9 January 1826 in USA.

 

married, no children, residence La Porte, Ind.

 

471. Voltaire William AXTELL 6 [11739], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Eleanor ELLISON [11346], was born on 13 February 1827 in Windsor.

 

b. Feb. 13, 1827 in Windsor, Mass., he was the proprietor of the "Tea Garden

House," at La Porte, Ind., for many years. He got the "western fever" and

settled on a farm near Glenwood, Ill. He married and had three children.

 

472. Henry Kirk AXTELL 6 [11740], son of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Cynthia J FISKE [11347], was born on 29 March 1836 in South Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Lydia Amy MOWRY [11741] on 30 November 1865.

 

b. March 29, 1836 in South Adams, Mass., m. Nov. 30, 1865, Lydia Amy Mowry,

daughter of Smith Mowry, she was born June 24, 1844; moved to Ill. in 1871,

occupation, farmer; lived in Thornton, Ill.

(See "Descendants of John Mowry of R.I. p. 178.").

 

Lydia Amy MOWRY 6 [11741] was born on 24 June 1844 in USA. She and Henry Kirk AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1109

Mella Lucretia AXTELL (1866-1872) [12679]

+1110

Daisy Dell AXTELL (1868- ) [12680]

+1111

Mowry Smith AXTELL (1869- ) [12681]

+1112

Clara Belle AXTELL (1871-1903) [12683]

+1113

Frank Paine AXTELL (1874-1940) [12685]

+1114

Grace Winsor AXTELL (1875-1880) [12687]

+1115

Mabel Cornelia AXTELL (1877- ) [12688]

+1116

Wilson Henry AXTELL (1879-1879) [12690]

+1117

Wendell A AXTELL (1882-1974) [12691]

 

473. Lucretia AXTELL 6,148 [11742], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Cynthia J FISKE [11347], was born on 2 June 1839 in USA. 6,148 She married Alonzo MOWRY [11743] on 7 May 1870. 148 She died on 2 September 1913 in USA. 148 She was buried in 1913 Union Cemetery in North Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA. 148

 

b. June 2, 1839, m. Alonzo Mowry of North Adams, Mass., son of Smith Mowry,May 7, 1870.

Children:

Wendell Axtell Mowry, b. Nov. 28, 1871. Now Superintendent of Schools,Taunton, Mass.

Frederick Alonzo Mowry, b. Jan. 12, 1875, died May 29, 1879.

 

There is a record for a Louisa Axtell Mowry (http://www.findagrav e.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&;GSln=axtell&GSiman=1&GSbyrel=all&am p;GSdyrel=all&GSob=c&GSsr=401&GRid=21091576&) with the same birth year and a more accurate death date of 2Sep1913 which is very likely to be the same person as Lucretia. Cemetery matches too. Don't know why the different first name. [Jon Axtell].

 

Alonzo MOWRY 6,148,149 [11743], son of Smith MOWRY (1808-1904) [19327] and Lucrectia MOWRY (1810-1893) [19328], was born on 15 October 1840 in USA. 149 He died on 5 March 1925 in USA. 149 He was buried in 1925 Union Cemetery in North Smithfield. 149 He and Lucretia AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1118

Wendell Axtell MOWRY (1871-1959) [13199]

+1119

Frederic Alonzo MOWRY (1875-1879) [13200]

 

474. Helen Lenore AXTELL 6 [11744], daughter of Ebenezer AXTELL [11345] and Cynthia J FISKE [11347], was born on 15 February 1841 in USA. She married Jencks MOWRY [11745] on 10 June 1886. She married Josiah B. DAVIS [11746] in August 1901.

 

b. Feb. 15, 1841, m. (1) June 10, 1886, Jencks Mowry of Providence, R.I. m.

(2) Josiah B. Davis of Millville, Mass. in Aug. 1901. No children.

 

Jencks MOWRY 6 [11745] was born in USA.

 

Josiah B. DAVIS 6 [11746] was born in USA.

 

475. Sylvester AXTELL 6 [11747], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 17 December 1808 in Windsor. He died in April 1849 in USA. He was buried in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, USA.

 

b. in Windsor, Mass., Dec. 17, 1808. He studied at Williams College,

practiced medicine in Buckland, Mass., from 1829 to 1837, and removed to

Kalamazoo, Mich. He was married in 1849 and died in April, 1849, of blood

poisoning, one month after marriage. He was buried at Kalamazoo.

 

476. Hila Aurelia AXTELL 6 [11748], daughter of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 6 October 1811 in Windsor. At some point she married William Lewis BARNES [11749] .

 

b. Oct. 6, 1811 in Windsor, Mass. She married Wm. Lewis Barnes. She was

educated at Mount Holyoke Seminary. On her marriage she removed to

Gainesville, Ala. Her eldest daughter, Eliza J. married Charles Crozat

Converse, LL.D., a distinguished lawyer, author, and musical composer.

 

William Lewis BARNES 6 [11749] was born in USA.

 

477. Laura Fidelia AXTELL 6 [11750], daughter of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 28 January 1814 in Windsor. She died in Mendon, St Joseph County, Michigan, USA. At some point she married DUTTON [11751] .

 

DUTTON 6 [11751] was born in USA.

 

478. Manley Preston AXTELL 6 [11752], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 28 March 1816 in Windsor. He married Dorothy DOTY [11753] on 23 May 1842. He died in March 1850 in USA. He was buried in Kalamazoo.

 

b. March 28, 1816 in Windsor, Mass., m. Dorothy (Polly) Doty, May 23, 1842.

Removed to Brady township, Kalamazoo Co., Mich., where he took up a large

tract of land. He died March, 1850, and was buried at Kalamazoo.

 

Dorothy DOTY 6 [11753] was born in USA. She and Manley Preston AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1120

Manley Preston AXTELL (1843-1909) [12693]

+1121

Sylvester Corrington AXTELL (1845-1933) [12695]

+1122

William Louis Barnes AXTELL (1848-1901) [12697]

 

479. Allen Kennedy AXTELL 6 [11754], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 6 October 1818 in Peru. 150 He was a Doctor. 150 He died in 1884 in USA. He was buried in 1884 Glenwood Cemetery in Troy, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, USA. 150 At some point he married Julia FITCH [18029] .

 

b. Oct. 6, 1818, in Peru, Mass. He was a physician at Tracy, Pa. Afterwards

moved to Kansas.

 

Julia FITCH 150 [18029] was born in 1842 in USA. 151 She died in 1896 in USA. 151 She was buried in 1896 Glenwood Cemetery in Troy. 151 She and Allen Kennedy AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1123

Nellie W. AXTELL ( - ) [12699]

+1124

Frank Benjamin AXTELL (1863-1927) [12701]

+1125

Allen Kennedy AXTELL (1865-1895) [12702]

+1126

William AXTELL ( - ) [12703]

+1127

Emma AXTELL ( - ) [12704]

+1128

Georgia AXTELL ( - ) [12706]

+1129

Hayes AXTELL ( - ) [12708]

+1130

M. Mae AXTELL ( - ) [12709]

+1131

Jennie Laura AXTELL (1878?- ) [12710]

+1132

Harriet A. AXTELL ( - ) [12712]

+1133

Sarah F. AXTELL ( - ) [12713]

 

480. Octavius Augustus AXTELL 6 [11755], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 11 April 1820 in USA. He died in 1869 in USA. He was buried in Kalamazoo.

 

unm., buried in Kalamazoo. [axb45.ged].

 

481. Riley Ambrose AXTELL 6 [11756], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 23 July 1823 in Peru. He married Abbie Hill EVERETT [11757] on 12 February 1852 in Kalamazoo. He died on 8 April 1915 in USA. He was buried in Kalamazoo.

 

b. July 23, 1823 in Peru, Mass. In 1833, with his father's family he moved to

Canandaigua, Onatario Co., N.Y. After four years in the district school he

attended Canandaigua Academy for two years, and in Sept. 1839, entered Hobart

College, Geneva, at the age of 16. After finishing college in 1843, he taught

and was principal of Troy (Pa.) Academy for several years. In 1847, he

entered the medical department of New York University. In 1849, business

called him to Kalamazoo, Mich., where the following March he began the

practice of his profession. After eight years of practice, he retired to the

farm where he spent the remaining business years of his life. On Feb. 12,

1852, at Kalamazoo, he marred Abbie Hill Everett, daughter of Leonard Everett

of Dorchester, Mass. In 1888, for the benefit of his wife's health, he moved

to Claremont, S.D. On Oct. 13, 1893, prairie fire swept his place, burning

his all, including a highly prized diary containing much early history of the

Axtell family. His wife died Nov. 25, 1893, and was buried in Kalamazoo,

Mich. He died April 8, 1915, and was laid to rest beside her.

 

Abbie Hill EVERETT 6 [11757] was born in USA. She died on 25 November 1893 in USA. She was buried in Kalamazoo. She and Riley Ambrose AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1134

Lucien Everett AXTELL (1853- ) [12714]

+1135

Lizzie Estey AXTELL (1855- ) [12716]

+1136

Riley Ambrose AXTELL (1857- ) [12718]

+1137

Mary Frances AXTELL (1860-1934) [12719]

+1138

Sylvester AXTELL (1861- ) [12720]

+1139

Abbie Everett AXTELL (1864-1931) [12722]

 

482. Benjamin Franklin AXTELL 6 [11758], son of Sylvester AXTELL [11348] and Hila KENNEDY [11349], was born on 10 January 1826 in Peru. He died on 16 July 1864 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. At some point he married Relief MALLORY [11759] . At some point he married Phebe A. WRIGHT [11760] .

 

b. Jan. 10, 1826, in Peru, Mass., m. (1) Relief Mallory, m. (2) Phebe A.

Wright, 1885. [year is after his death and obviously wrong] He enlisted in

the 5th Mich. Cavalry, and received commission as Capt. of Co. A.; was

wounded and taken prisoner at Yellow Tavern, Va., May 11, 1864, and died in

Libby Prison, Richmond, July 16, 1864.

 

Relief MALLORY 6 [11759] was born in USA. She and Benjamin Franklin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1140

Laura A. AXTELL (1850- ) [12724]

+1141

Hila K. AXTELL (1852- ) [12726]

+1142

Eliza K. AXTELL (1857- ) [12727]

 

Phebe A. WRIGHT 6 [11760] was born in USA.

 

483. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11761], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 11 February 1810 in Peru. He died on 5 January 1862 in Amherst, Lorain County, Ohio, USA. At some point he married Martha Marie FAIRCHILD [11762] .

 

b. Feb. 11, 1810 at Peru, Mass., m. Martha Fairchild. He died Jan. 5, 1862,

at Amherst, Lorain Co. Ohio.

 

Martha Marie FAIRCHILD 6 [11762] was born on 1 June 1824 in Painesville. 152 She died on 5 April 1910 in Amherst. 152 She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1143

William Worth AXTELL (1847- ) [12729]

+1144

Jeanette AXTELL (1855- ) [12730]

+1145

Emma AXTELL (1856- ) [12731]

 

484. Almon B AXTELL 6,153 [11763], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 18 September 1811 in Peru. He married Sophronia BOYNTON [11764] on 20 October 1835 in Russia, Lorain County, Ohio, USA. He died on 19 June 1873 in Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, USA.

 

b. Sept. 18, 1811, in Peru, Mass. Moved to Ohio in 1822, m. Oct. 20, 1835 in

Russia township, near South Amherst, Lorain Co., Ohio., Sophronia Boynton (b.

Nov. 21, 1813, in Waterville, Me.) daughter of Capt. Joshua Boynton. He moved

soon after to Elyria, Ohio. In 1860, Almon, with his family, moved from Ohio

to St. Joseph, Mo. The family suffered greatly during the Civil War, and was

much broken up. After its close, he engaged in railroad construction, and

lived in St. Louis. He died of cholera in Poplar Bluffs, Mo. June 19, 1873.

He was a man of much natural ability, a sanguine temperament, and kindly

nature. He had no proper schooling advantages in his boyhood, his early life

being cast on the frontiers, but notwithstanding, he acquired a good English

education. He was a great student of American politics, but never sought

political office, although offices were more than once at his disposal.

 

Sophronia BOYNTON 6 [11764] was born on 21 November 1813 in Waterville, Kennebec County, Maine, USA. She and Almon B AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1146

John Boynton AXTELL ( - ) [12733]

+1147

John Almon AXTELL ( - ) [12734]

+1148

Joshua Delano AXTELL ( - ) [12735]

+1149

Teresa Ann AXTELL (1840-1854) [12736]

+1150

Ruth J. AXTELL (1842-1896) [12737]

+1151

Ellen Cecilia AXTELL (1843-1917) [12738]

+1152

Almon Ossemus AXTELL ( - ) [12739]

+1153

Decatur AXTELL (1848-1922) [12740]

+1154

Daniel Benton AXTELL (1850-1882) [12742]

 

485. Nancy Jane AXTELL 6 [11765], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 10 May 1813 in Peru. She married George LOTHRIE [11766] in 1837. She died in March 1850 in USA.

 

moved to Ill., had two children.

 

George LOTHRIE 6 [11766] was born in USA.

 

486. Alfred W. AXTELL 6 [11767], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 11 October 1814 in Peru. He died on 27 August 1816 in USA.

 

487. Osmyn Parson AXTELL 6 [11768], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 13 March 1817 in Peru. He married Rosetta M. BAKER [11769] on 11 August 1844.

 

b. Mar. 13, 1817 at Windsor, Mass., m. Rosetta M. Baker Aug. 11, 1844. In his

early life he followed the carpenter trade, but later was a railroad

contractor and built many roads in the west; some railroad towns were named

for him.

 

Rosetta M. BAKER 6 [11769] was born in USA. She and Osmyn Parson AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1155

Alfred Almeron AXTELL (1845- ) [12744]

+1156

Roseline AXTELL (1847- ) [12745]

+1157

Charles Osmyn AXTELL (1861-1900) [12747]

 

488. Orcemus W. AXTELL 6 [11770], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 3 October 1818 in Peru. He died on 13 October 1853 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

489. Marian A. AXTELL 6 [11771], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 21 August 1820 in Peru. She died on 21 July 1843 in USA. At some point she married KING [11772] .

 

left a son, Fay King, who was killed at the battle of South Mountain in 1863.

 

KING 6 [11772] was born in USA. He and Marian A. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1158

KING ( -1863) [13225]

 

490. Augustus Elbridge AXTELL 6 [11773], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 29 September 1822 in Lorain County, Ohio, USA. He died on 27 August 1907 in USA. At some point he married Olive DULMAGE [11774] . At some point he married Martha Ann Merriam BARTLETT [11775] .

 

b. Sept. 29, 1822, in Lorain Co., Ohio, married (1) Olive Dulmage. She died

Apr. 2, 1857. m. (2) Martha Ann Merriam Bartlett. He died Aug. 27, 1907.

 

Olive DULMAGE 6 [11774] was born in USA. She died on 2 April 1857 in USA. She and Augustus Elbridge AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1159

Maria I. AXTELL (1848-1914) [12749]

+1160

Rosa B. AXTELL (1851-1914) [12750]

+1161

Elbridge K. AXTELL (1853-1935) [12751]

 

Martha Ann Merriam BARTLETT 6 [11775] was born in USA. She and Augustus Elbridge AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1162

Elson E. AXTELL (1861-1942) [12753]

+1163

Herman Austin AXTELL (1862-1936) [12755]

+1164

Arthur A AXTELL (1867- ) [12757]

+1165

Harry Jay AXTELL (1871- ) [12759]

+1166

Manie A. AXTELL (1876- ) [12761]

 

491. Roxanna F. AXTELL 6 [11776], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 14 March 1824 in Ohio, USA. She married David Jennings DULMAGE [11777] on 26 July 1842. 154 She died on 15 October 1870 in Ohio.

 

had three sons and a daughter.

 

David Jennings DULMAGE 6 [11777] was born in 1822 in Canada. He died on 12 March 1904 in Amherst. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, South Amherst, Lorain County, Ohio, USA. He and Roxanna F. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1167

Manley DULMAGE (1848- ) [16757]

+1168

Anson DULMAGE (1850-1923) [16758]

+1169

Caroline DULMAGE (1856?- ) [16759]

+1170

Arthur DULMAGE (1860-1944) [16760]

 

492. Addison A. AXTELL 6 [11778], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 21 April 1826 in USA. He married Hannah TERREL [11779] in 1854.

 

had a son Henry who d. unm. aged 32. Lived in Cleveland, O.

 

Hannah TERREL 6 [11779] was born in USA.

 

493. Fannie AXTELL 6 [11780], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 17 December 1827 in USA. She married Richard YEOMAN [11781] in 1848. She died on 16 March 1923 in USA.

 

Richard YEOMAN 6 [11781] was born in USA.

 

494. Manley Washington AXTELL 6 [11782], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 30 March 1831 in USA. He married Catherine WHITING [11783] in 1865. He died on 28 December 1893 in North Amherst, Lorain County, Ohio, USA.

 

His daughter Agnes (b. 1871) m. Henry Moule of Cleveland, O. and had a son

Manley Axtell Moule, b. 1894.

 

Excerpt from note about Agnes May Axtell's diary.

"...Her father Manley was a railroad contractor who descended from an original Puritan family of Massachusetts, one of whose descendants died in King Philip’s War. Mr. Axtell worked his way up to Chief Forman on the Illinois Central Railroad, eventually leaving there and securing a contract to build the Iron Mountain Railroad, and after that had contracts for building the North Missouri, the St. Louis & St. Joseph, and the St. Joseph & Denver Railroad Companies, as well as others. He was thecontractor for the stone for the bridge over the Missouri River at St. Josephs. He made a handsome competence and retired to Amherst, Ohio, in 1874, at about the time when his daughter Agnes was born....".

 

Twin with Manning Jefferson Axtell.

 

Catherine WHITING 6 [11783] was born in USA. She and Manley Washington AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1171

Agnes May AXTELL (1875-1939) [13171]

 

495. Manning Jefferson AXTELL 6 [11784], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 30 March 1831 in Lorain County. He married Luella WELLMAN [11785] in 1855. He died on 11 July 1898 in USA.

 

b. Mar. 30, 1831, in Lorain Co., Ohio. Married Luella Wellman in 1855, and

lived in Brookville, O. Died July 11, 1898.

 

Twin with Manley Washington Axtell.

 

Luella WELLMAN 6 [11785] was born in USA. She and Manning Jefferson AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1172

Edwin M. AXTELL ( - ) [12763]

+1173

Carrie L. AXTELL ( - ) [12764]

+1174

Angie L. AXTELL ( - ) [12765]

+1175

Nellie L. AXTELL ( - ) [12766]

 

496. Marquis DeLafayette AXTELL 6 [11786], son of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 29 July 1832 in Lorain County. He married Mary [11787] in 1860 in near Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. He died in 1879 in USA.

 

b. July 29, 1832 in Lorain Co. O., m. Mary ... near Chicago in 1860. He died

1879 and his widow died 1881.

 

Mary 6 [11787] was born in USA. She died in 1881 in USA. She and Marquis DeLafayette AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1176

Eugene Edwin AXTELL (1865- ) [12767]

 

497. Hulda C AXTELL 6 [11788], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11350] and Jane WELLMAN [11351], was born on 21 April 1835 in USA. She married BRIGGS [11789] in 1865. She died on 30 April 1873 in USA.

 

left one son and one daughter. [axb45.ged].

 

BRIGGS 6 [11789] was born in USA.

 

498. Mary AXTELL 6 [11790], daughter of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 9 May 1801 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. She married James Barber COOK [11791] on 27 September 1821.

 

James Barber COOK 6 [11791] was born in USA.

 

499. John AXTELL 6 [11792], son of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 17 July 1802 in Mercer County. He married Sarah JEWELL [11793] in 1827. He died on 5 September 1838 in Martinsburg, Knox County, Ohio, USA.

 

b. Jul. 17, 1802, in Mercer Co,. Pa. In 1827, he married Sarah Jewell. He

died in Martinsburg, Ohio, Sept. 5, 1838.

 

Sarah JEWELL 6 [11793] was born in USA. She and John AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1177

William AXTELL ( - ) [12769]

+1178

Joseph AXTELL ( - ) [12770]

+1179

Eliza AXTELL ( - ) [12771]

+1180

Margaret AXTELL ( - ) [12772]

 

500. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11794], son of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 12 March 1804 in Mercer County. He married Elizabeth PIERSON [11795] on 26 February 1824. He died on 1 August 1850 in California, USA.

 

b. March 12, 1804, in Mercer Co., Pa., married Elizabeth Pierson Feb. 26,

1824. He followed the mercantile pursuits, went to California in the first

gold excitement and died there Aug. 1, 1850.

 

Elizabeth PIERSON 6 [11795] was born in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1181

Samuel P. AXTELL (1825- ) [12773]

+1182

James M. AXTELL (1830- ) [12775]

+1183

Elizabeth AXTELL (1835- ) [12777]

 

501. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11796], daughter of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 9 January 1806 in Mercer County. She died on 6 July 1870 in Canton, Fulton County, Illinois, USA. At some point she married William DUNLAP [11797] .

 

b. Jan. 9, 1806, in Mercer Co., Pa., m. Wm. Dunlap Feb. 3, 1829, died July 6,

1870 at Canton, Ill. (Information was contributed by Mrs. Edith D. Hyde,

granddaughter of Sarah Kirk Martin, and was taken from an old family Bible

now in the possession of William Dunlap, of La Grange, Ill.)

Children:

Sarah Kirk Martin, b. Dec. 27, 1829.

Martha Jane, b. March 16, 1831.

Mary Cook, b. Oct. 2, 1832.

Lucinda Ann, b. June 1, 1834.

Samantha Lee, b. Feb. 19, 1836.

Thomas Cunningham, b. July 18, 1838.

John Quigley, b. Oct. 16, 1840.

James Cook, b. March 20, 1842.

James Cook, b. Dec. 25, 1843.

Eliza E., b. April 29, 1846.

Samuel Lewis, b. Sept. 9, 1847.

 

William DUNLAP 6 [11797] was born in USA. He and Elizabeth AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1184

Sarah Kirk Martin DUNLAP (1829- ) [13201]

+1185

Martha Jane DUNLAP (1831- ) [13202]

+1186

Mary Cook DUNLAP (1832- ) [13203]

+1187

Lucinda Ann DUNLAP (1834- ) [13204]

+1188

Samantha Lee DUNLAP (1836- ) [13205]

+1189

Thomas Cunningham DUNLAP (1838- ) [13206]

+1190

John Quigley DUNLAP (1840- ) [13207]

+1191

James Cook DUNLAP (1842- ) [13208]

+1192

James Cook DUNLAP (1843- ) [13209]

+1193

Eliza E. DUNLAP (1846- ) [13210]

+1194

Samuel Lewis DUNLAP (1847- ) [13211]

 

502. Lucinda AXTELL 6 [11798], daughter of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 29 March 1808 in USA. She married Samuel MARQUIS [11799] on 29 December 1828.

 

Samuel MARQUIS 6 [11799] was born in USA.

 

503. Benoni Martin AXTELL 6 [11800], son of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 2 April 1810 in USA. He married Amanda BONHAM [11801] on 15 December 1832 in Logan County, Ohio, USA. He died on 6 January 1871 in USA.

 

b. April 2, 1810, married Amanda Bonham, Dec. 15, 1832, Logan Co., Ohio. He

died Jan. 6, 1871.

 

Amanda BONHAM 6 [11801] was born in USA. She and Benoni Martin AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1195

Philetus Morrison AXTELL (1834-1907) [12778]

+1196

Robert T. AXTELL (1846- ) [12780]

+1197

John H. AXTELL (1855- ) [12781]

 

504. Thomas AXTELL 6,155 [11802], son of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 8 April 1812 in USA. 155 He married Mary JEWELL [11803] in May 1833 in Huntsville, Logan County, Ohio, USA. He died on 4 August 1896 in USA. 155 He was buried in 1896 Huntsville Cemetery in Huntsville. 155

 

b. April 8, 1812. Married Mary Jewell, May 1833, Huntsville, Logan Co., Ohio.

 

Mary JEWELL 6,156 [11803] was born on 10 January 1814 in USA. 156 She died on 12 July 1882 in USA. 156 She was buried in 1882 Huntsville Cemetery in Huntsville. 156

 

505. Margaret Julia AXTELL 6 [11804], daughter of Lincoln AXTELL [11357] and Sarah MARTIN [11359], was born on 17 June 1820 in USA. She married Josiah Bishop MARSHALL [11805] on 23 June 1853.

 

lived in Iowa City, Iowa.

 

Josiah Bishop MARSHALL 6 [11805] was born in USA.

 

506. Irene AXTELL 6 [11806], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 23 March 1796 in USA. She married William VAUGHN [11807] in 1813.

 

William VAUGHN 6 [11807] was born in USA.

 

507. Simeon AXTELL 6 [11808], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 21 January 1798 in Mercer County. He married Minerva CONDIT [11809] on 15 March 1821 in Mercer County. 98 He died on 6 February 1843 in Roseville, Warren County, Illinois, USA.

 

b. Jan. 21, 1798 in Mercer Co., Pa., married Minerva Condit March 15, 1821. He resided in Mercer Co., until 1841, when he moved to Roseville, Warren Co., Ill., where he died Feb. 6, 1843. Like a majority of the name, he was a tiller of the soil, an upright citizen, and a consistent Christian. [axb45/ged]

An alternative place of birth is Washington County, Penssylvania, USA [Jimmy Carmichael].

 

Minerva CONDIT 6,98 [11809], daughter of Ezekiel CONDIT (1773-1845) [27054] and Ruth CARMICHAEL (1778-1821) [27055], was born on 30 September 1801 in Mercer County. 98 She died on 20 October 1867 in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, USA. 98 She and Simeon AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1198

Belinda AXTELL (1822-1905) [12783]

+1199

Sylvester AXTELL (1824-1913) [12785]

+1200

Zenas Bond AXTELL (1828-1843) [12788]

+1201

John Redic AXTELL (1830-1843) [12789]

+1202

Ruth AXTELL (1832-1876) [12790]

+1203

Phoebe AXTELL (1833-1876) [12792]

+1204

Eunice AXTELL (1838-1843) [12793]

 

508. Caleb AXTELL 6 [11810], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 1 June 1800 in USA. At some point he married Jane VOHES [11811] . At some point he married Hannah ROBB [11812] .

 

b. June 1, 1800. Married (1) Jane Vohes, m. (2) Hannah Robb. No further

information.

 

Jane VOHES 6 [11811] was born in USA.

 

Hannah ROBB 6 [11812] was born in USA.

 

509. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11813], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 14 April 1802 in USA. She married David TUTTLE [11814] in 1834.

 

David TUTTLE 6 [11814] was born in USA.

 

510. Ruth AXTELL 6 [11815], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 17 April 1804 in USA. At some point she married Alvah CONDIT [11816] .

 

went to Oregon as a missionary in 1840. [axb45.ged].

 

Alvah CONDIT 6 [11816] was born in USA.

 

511. Thaddeus AXTELL 6,98 [11817], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Eunice BALDWIN [11361], was born on 29 October 1806 in Mercer County. 98 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Sandy Creek, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 157 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Sandy Creek. 157 In 1850 he was a Famer. He appeared in the census in 1860 in New Vernon, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA. 157 In 1860 he was a Farmer. At some point he married Bathsheba CONDIT [11818] .

 

b. Oct. 29, 1806 in Mercer Co., Pa., married Bathsheba Condit (b. 1804). He

was a farmer.

(The Census list of 1850 gives Martha b. 1838, Samuel b. 1841, but omits

Zenas, Marietta and Newell.).

 

Bathsheba CONDIT 6,98 [11818], daughter of Ezekiel CONDIT (1773-1845) [27054] and Ruth CARMICHAEL (1778-1821) [27055], was born on 14 June 1804 in Pennsylvania. 98 She appeared in the census in 1850 in Sandy Creek. 157 She appeared in the census in 1860 in New Vernon. 157 She and Thaddeus AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1205

Silas AXTELL (1829-bef1880) [12794]

+1206

Ezekiel AXTELL (1832- ) [12796]

+1207

Zenas AXTELL ( - ) [12798]

+1208

Marietta AXTELL (1837?- ) [12799]

+1209

Samuel Newell AXTELL (1840-1880?) [12801]

+1210

Ruth AXTELL (1844?- ) [12802]

 

512. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11819], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 25 October 1811 in USA. He died "Deceased" in USA.

 

513. Eunice AXTELL 6 [11820], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 19 December 1812 in USA. She married William MCCLURE [11821] in 1845.

 

William MCCLURE 6 [11821] was born in USA.

 

514. Joseph R. AXTELL 6 [11822], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 15 April 1815 in USA. He died in 1898 in USA. At some point he married Elizabeth SMITH [11823] . At some point he married Luvina SWARTWELTER [11824] .

 

b. Apr. 15, 1815, m. (1) Elizabeth Smith, m. (2) Luvina Swartwelter. He died

in 1898.

 

Elizabeth SMITH 6 [11823] was born in USA. She and Joseph R. AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1211

Miranda AXTELL ( - ) [12804]

+1212

John AXTELL ( - ) [12805]

 

Luvina SWARTWELTER 6 [11824] was born in USA.

 

515. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11825], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 16 October 1816 in USA. She married Obediah WHITE [11826] on 16 April 1844. She died on 15 May 1856 in USA.

 

Obediah WHITE 6 [11826] was born in USA.

 

516. Mary AXTELL 6 [11827], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 16 October 1816 in USA. She married Samuel H. JOHNSON [11828] on 26 March 1835.

 

Samuel H. JOHNSON 6 [11828] was born in USA.

 

517. Eliab AXTELL 6 [11829], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 29 September 1818 in USA. He died on 25 May 1842 in USA.

 

died while a divinity student in college.

 

518. Rhoda AXTELL 6 [11830], daughter of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 3 July 1820 in USA. She married Jacob ROFF [11831] on 8 October 1847. She died on 15 December 1852 in USA.

 

Jacob ROFF 6 [11831] was born in USA.

 

519. John M. AXTELL 6 [11832], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 3 June 1822 in USA. He died on 11 June 1843 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

520. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11833], son of Eliab AXTELL [11360] and Rhoda RIGGS [11362], was born on 20 July 1824 in USA. He died on 12 March 1827 in USA.

 

521. Mahala AXTELL 6 [11834], daughter of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 23 November 1801 in USA. She died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

522. Hiram AXTELL 6 [11835], son of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 11 November 1803 in Washington County. He married Lucy Ann HAZEN [11836] in 1830 (approx.). He married Mary JOHNSON [11837] on 11 September 1836. He died on 28 September 1839 in USA.

 

b. Nov. 11, 1803 in Washington Co., Pa., m. Lucy Ann Hazen about 1830, m. (2)

Mary Johnson Sept. 11, 1836 (b. Aug. 10, 1810, d. Dec. 6, 1877). Lived near

Mt. Gilead, Ohio. Hiram died Sept. 28, 1839. Both Mary and the daughter,

Rhoda Ann, are buried in the "Old Dresden" cemetery at Deep River, Iowa.

 

Lucy Ann HAZEN 6 [11836] was born in USA. She and Hiram AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1213

Samuel AXTELL (1832-1903) [12806]

+1214

Daniel AXTELL (1834-1837) [12808]

 

Mary JOHNSON 6 [11837] was born on 10 August 1810 in Pennsylvania. She died on 6 December 1877 in USA. She was buried Old Dresden Cemetary in Deep River, Poweshiek County, Iowa, USA. She and Hiram AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1215

Jesse AXTELL (1838-1920) [12809]

+1216

Rhoda Ann AXTELL (1839-1868) [12811]

 

523. Thankful AXTELL 6 [11838], daughter of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 10 June 1806 in USA. She died "Deceased" in USA.

 

died young.

 

524. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11839], son of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 24 July 1808 in USA. He died on 6 June 1878 in USA. At some point he married Ann CRAMER [11840] .

 

b. July 24, 1808. Married Ann Cramer in 1873 [sic: marriage year given is 31

years after first child's birth]. Lived in Rochester, Ind. Died June 6, 1878.

 

Ann CRAMER 6 [11840] was born in USA. She and Joseph AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1217

Lavina AXTELL (1842- ) [12812]

+1218

Jane AXTELL (1844- ) [12814]

 

525. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11841], daughter of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 8 September 1810 in USA. At some point she married Charles MANN [11842] .

 

Charles MANN 6 [11842] was born in USA.

 

526. Electa AXTELL 6 [11843], daughter of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 18 January 1813 in USA. At some point she married William BENNINGTON [11844] .

 

William BENNINGTON 6 [11844] was born in USA.

 

527. Jesse Miller AXTELL 6 [11845], son of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 21 February 1815 in USA. He married Mary STILLAWAY [11846] in 1841. He died on 22 September 1871 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 21, 1815. Married Mary Stillaway (b. Mar. 11, 1809) in 1841. He died

Sept. 22, 1871, and she on April 3, 1888.

 

Mary STILLAWAY 6 [11846] was born on 11 March 1809 in USA. She died on 3 April 1888 in USA. She and Jesse Miller AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1219

Lucy M. AXTELL (1843- ) [12816]

+1220

Daniel M. AXTELL (1844-1864) [12818]

+1221

Silas S. AXTELL (1848-1931) [12819]

+1222

William Almond AXTELL (1850- ) [12823]

+1223

John Jesse AXTELL (1853-1929) [12827]

 

528. Rebecca A. AXTELL 6 [11847], daughter of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 8 May 1817 in USA. At some point she married Stephen BARHAM [11848] .

 

Stephen BARHAM 6 [11848] was born in USA.

 

529. David AXTELL 6 [11849], son of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 18 January 1820 in USA. He married Crysta Ann HUTCHISON [12461] in 1848 in Indiana, USA. He died on 17 January 1877 in Deep River.

 

b. Jan. 18, 1820. Married Crysta Ann Hutchison in Indiana in 1848. He spent

many years in California, but returned to the East and died at the home of

his nephew, Jesse Axtell in Deep River, Iowa, Jan. 17, 1877.

 

Crysta Ann HUTCHISON 6 [12461] was born in USA. She and David AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1224

Charles AXTELL (1851-1876) [12829]

+1225

Burt AXTELL (1853-1874) [12830]

+1226

Frances Elizabeth AXTELL (1855-1939) [12831]

 

530. Daniel Riggs AXTELL 6 [11850], son of Isaac Tuttle AXTELL [11363] and Rebecca RIGGS [11364], was born on 10 June 1823 in Mt. Vernon, Knox County, Ohio, USA. He married Catherine BROWN [11851] on 2 November 1848. He married Maria [11852] on 4 March 1889.

 

b. June 10, 1823 at Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., O. In 1837 he went to Logan Co.

with his father. In 1838, he moved to Marion (now Morrow) Co., and settled

near Mt. Gilead. In 1847, he bought a farm and never moved from it. Nov. 2,

1848, he married Miss Catherine Brown, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth

(Dillon) Brown; she was born in Knox Co., O. He was one of the first members

of the Boundary M. E. Church, having united in 1839; he served as Sabbath

School Superintendent, and as circuit and district steward. He lived a quiet,

peaceable life and was greatly respected and loved. Catherine died Feb. 28,

1886, and he married (2) Mrs. Maria Wogan, Mar. 4, 1889.

 

Catherine BROWN 6 [11851] was born in Knox County, Ohio, USA. She died on 28 February 1886 in USA. She and Daniel Riggs AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1227

Jeanette Rebecca AXTELL (1858-1946) [12835]

+1228

Lucretia Elizabeth AXTELL (1865- ) [12833]

 

Maria 6 [11852] was born in USA.

 

531. Joel AXTELL 6 [11853], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born on 20 January 1802 in Mercer County. He married Jane CAMPBELL [11854] on 20 June 1827. He died in June 1877 in USA.

 

b. Jan. 20, 1802, in Mercer Co., Pa. In 1810, his father moved with his

family to Knox Co., Ohio. His youth was passed on his father's farm and at

the age of 16 he worked in a tannery for a year. At the age of 21, he began

clearing timber land at $2.50 per acre, and continued this business for four

years, clearing land on which the village of Denmark now stands. On June 20,

1827, he married Jane, daughter of Robert and Mary (Reynolds) Campbell. He

spent most of his life in Morrow Co., O. In 1825, he entered 80 acres of land

in Congress township, upon which he moved in 1828. He had no tools, team or

money, but managed to raise three acres of corn by the aid of hoes alone, the

first year. He built his own cabin, doing all the work with an axe. At the

age of 21, he joined the Presbyterian Church, and was an elder for thirty

years. He was a Democrat, casting his first vote for Andrew Jackson. He was

one of the most prominent of Congress township citizens. His wife died Aug.

16, 1863, and he in June 1877.

 

Jane CAMPBELL 6 [11854] was born in USA. She died on 16 August 1863 in USA. She and Joel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1229

Robert AXTELL (1828-1907) [12837]

+1230

Thomas AXTELL (1830-1884) [12840]

+1231

Hannah M. AXTELL (1831-1873) [12842]

+1232

Obediah Campbell AXTELL (1833- ) [12843]

+1233

Phebe A. AXTELL (1836-1862) [12846]

+1234

Simeon Brown AXTELL (1838- ) [12847]

+1235

Eunice J. AXTELL (1840- ) [12850]

 

532. Mary AXTELL 6 [11855], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born in 1804 in USA. At some point she married William CAMPBELL [11856] .

 

William CAMPBELL 6 [11856] was born in USA.

 

533. Joseph AXTELL 6 [11857], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born on 3 September 1806 in USA. He died in 1826 in USA.

 

534. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11858], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born on 8 October 1808 in Mercer County. He died on 13 January 1867 in USA. At some point he married Phebe [11859] .

 

b. Oct. 8, 1808 in Mercer Co., Pa., married Phebe --. He moved to Williams

Co., Ohio, in 1839. He died Jan. 13, 1867, and Phebe June 26, 1884.

 

Phebe 6 [11859] was born in USA. She died on 26 June 1884 in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1236

Asher E. AXTELL (1836?-1865) [12851]

+1237

Mary Jane AXTELL ( - ) [12852]

+1238

Catherine Sabina AXTELL ( - ) [12853]

 

535. Cyrus AXTELL 6 [11860], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born on 8 April 1811 in USA. He died in 1887 in USA.

 

He married but had no children; was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church in

West Unity, O.

 

536. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11861], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born in 1813 in USA. She married Abraham HARDINBROOK [11862] on 21 September 1835 in Knox County.

 

b. 1813. Married Abraham Hardinbrook Sept. 21, 1835, in Knox Co., Ohio. They

had two or three children who died of typhiod fever, probably about 1840-1845.

 

Abraham HARDINBROOK 6 [11862] was born in USA.

 

537. Rufus Dodd AXTELL 6 [11863], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Eunice RIGGS [11367], was born on 20 July 1815 in Morrow County, Ohio, USA. He married Catherine Cox STOCKTON [11864] on 27 March 1845. He died on 9 December 1847 in Delaware, Delaware County, Ohio, USA.

 

b. July 20, 1815, in Morrow Co., Ohio. Married Catherine Cox Stockton March

27, 1845. He was a Presbyterian minister and pastor for two years near

Delaware, Ohio, where he died Dec. 9, 1847. He was of poetic turn of mind, a

zealous, faithful pastor.

 

Catherine Cox STOCKTON 6 [11864], daughter of John Cox STOCKTON (1786-1869) [76123] and Ann STILLWELL (1792-1830) [76124], was born in April 1819 in Muskingum, Muskingum County, Ohio, USA. She married John Buchanan BLAYNEY in 1851. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Tiro Village, Crawford County, Ohio, USA. 158 She died in 1905 (approx.) in USA. She and Rufus Dodd AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1239

John Stockton AXTELL (1845- ) [12855]

+1240

Rufus AXTELL (1847- ) [12857]

 

538. Thomas M. AXTELL 6 [11865], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Jane [11368], was born on 1 December 1816 in USA. He died on 2 August 1844 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

539. Jane B. AXTELL 6 [11866], daughter of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Jane [11368], was born on 13 May 1819 in USA. She died on 6 August 1881 in USA. At some point she married Daniel BONNER [11867] . At some point she married Samuel CRAIGH [11868] .

 

Daniel BONNER 6 [11867] was born in USA.

 

Samuel CRAIGH 6 [11868] was born in USA.

 

540. Azubah D. AXTELL 6,159 [11869], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Jane [11368], was born on 10 November 1820 in Knox County. 159 He married Harvey MOODY [19186] on 31 May 1850. 159 He died in 1856 in De Kalb County, Indiana, USA. 159 He was buried in 1856 Old Auburn Cemetery in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana, USA. 159

 

Harvey MOODY 159 [19186], daughter of Daniel MOODY (1790-1872) [19187] and Mary Ann DAVIS (1791-1851) [19188], was born in 1818. 159

 

541. William M. AXTELL 6 [11870], son of Thomas AXTELL [11366] and Jane [11368], was born on 6 October 1822 in USA. He died on 10 October 1850 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

542. James ROBB 6,62 [12043], son of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in USA.

 

543. Daniel ROBB 6,62 [12045], son of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in USA.

 

544. Sarah ROBB 6 [12042], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1806 in USA. 62 She married Thomas AXTELL [11951] in 1827 in Mercer County. 62 She died on 5 January 1843 in Roseville. 62

 

Information on death from Joleen Axtell, a descendent.[John Robb.GED.FTW]. 62

 

Thomas AXTELL 6 [11951], son of Nathan AXTELL (1774-1852) [11384] and Elizabeth CLUTTER (1779-1855) [11385], was born on 17 March 1802 in Pennsylvania. He died on 2 April 1872 in Grove, Pottawattomie County, Iowa, USA. 62 He was buried in 1872 Mormon Cemetery in Macedonia, Pottawattomie County, Iowa, USA. He and Sarah ROBB had the following children:

 

+1241

John Milton AXTELL (1828-1887) [12991]

+1242

Thomas Chalmers AXTELL (1835-1893) [12994]

+1243

Elizabeth AXTELL (1829-1909) [33276]

+1244

Harriet Newell AXTELL (1831-1871) [33441]

+1245

Mariah AXTELL (1837-1881) [33454]

+1246

Mary Ann AXTELL (1841?-1873) [33462]

 

545. Hannah ROBB 6,62 [12041], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1808 (approx.) in Pennsylvania. 62

 

546. Ruth ROBB 6,62 [12044], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1812 (approx.) in Pennsylvania. 62

 

547. Anna Pollack ROBB 6,62 [11954], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1815 (approx.) in Pennsylvania. She married Flavius Josephus AXTELL [11953] on 18 June 1835 in Washington County. 62 She died on 10 December 1887 in Grand Mound, Thurston County, Washington, USA. 62

 

granddaughter of Daniel (5-40). [may be Ann, daughter of Rhoda, 6-99].

 

She was a granddaughter of Daniel Axtell. She was very brave and on her own evicted Indians who were trying to drive out the whites.

Annie Axtell is found in the 1880 Washington census, Lewis county. She is a nurse, living with her daughter Sarah and her family. She is age 65 and born in Pennsylvania as were her parents. She is a widow. [John Robb.GED.FTW]. 62

 

Flavius Josephus AXTELL 6,62 [11953], son of Nathan AXTELL (1774-1852) [11384] and Elizabeth CLUTTER (1779-1855) [11385], was born on 19 June 1804 in Washington County. 62 He was born on 19 June 1814 in Washington County. 6 He died on 17 March 1890 in Grand Mound. 62 He and Anna Pollack ROBB had the following children:

 

+1247

John Chalmers AXTELL (1836-1911) [12995]

+1248

Thomas Jefferson AXTELL (1838- ) [12996]

+1249

Edwin Baxter AXTELL (1840-1842) [12998]

+1250

Edwin Columbus AXTELL (1842-1910) [12999]

+1251

Daniel Robb AXTELL (1845- ) [13001]

+1252

Elvira Ann AXTELL (1847- ) [13003]

+1253

Josephus Hale AXTELL (1850-1932) [13005]

+1254

Harriet Elizabeth AXTELL (1852-1873) [13007]

+1255

Sarah Ellen AXTELL (1855- ) [13008]

+1256

Elisha Kane AXTELL (1857- ) [13010]

 

548. Polly ROBB 6,62 [12047], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1818 (approx.) in Mercer County. 62

 

549. John ROBB 6,62 [12048], son of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born in 1820 (approx.) in Mercer County. 62 He was a Wagon Maker. 62 He married Permelia V AXTELL [33479] on 18 January 1849 in Linn County, Iowa, USA. 62

 

Axtell, Permelia V. married Robb, John M. on 18 Jan 1849 in Linn Co, IA

John M. Axtell is found in the 1850 IA census, Linn Co, page 3. He is age 28, a wagon maker born in PA. He has $500 in real estate. He is married to Permelia age 21 and born in PA. They have Albert, age 5 months and born in Iowa. [John Robb.GED.FTW].

 

Permelia V AXTELL 62 [33479] was born in 1829 (approx.) in Pennsylvania. 62 She and John ROBB had the following children:

 

+1257

Albert ROBB (1850?- ) [33480]

 

550. Rhoda ROBB 6,62 [12049], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born on 23 October 1823 in Mercer County. 62 She married William Wylie DODD [33481] on 5 June 1856 in Marion, Linn County, Iowa, USA. She died on 11 June 1898 in Kansas, USA. 62

 

William Wylie DODD [33481] was born on 12 December 1825 in Marion County, Ohio, USA. He died on 30 October 1895 in Blue Rapids, Marshall County, Kansas, USA.

 

551. Mary Chochran ROBB 62 [33482], daughter of John ROBB [11380] and Rhoda AXTELL [11379], was born on 13 August 1816 in Mercer County. 62 She married William M STEWART [33483] after 1849. 62 She died on 26 January 1873. 62 At some point she married WATKINS [33492] .

 

Marriage of Mary to William assumed to be her 2nd marriage because one of the sources listed in Judith Feigenbaum nee Maxey's data notes her name to be Mary Cochran Robb Watkins. [Jon Axtell]. 62

 

William M STEWART 62 [33483], son of Robert STEWART (1762-1846) [33493] and Margaret MCCALLEN (1767-1821) [33494], was born on 24 April 1794 in Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA. 62 He married Ann LAUGHLIN on 22 February 1816 in Pendleton, South Carolina, USA. 62 He married Phoebe ROSS on 17 August 1847 in Linn County. 62 He died on 12 November 1885 in Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA. 62 He was buried in Sumner, Pierce County, Washington, USA. 62

 

552. Mary AXTELL 160 [19040], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Anna STRIGHT [11370], was born on 9 May 1825 in Mercer County. 160 She married Merritt VANBIBBER [19041] on 16 June 1842 in Athens, Athens County, Ohio, USA. 160 She died on 30 August 1876 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. 160 She was buried in 1876 Center Grove Cemetery in Tipton County. 160

 

553. Daniel AXTELL 6 [11871], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 11 February 1813 in Mercer County. He married Mary GRACE [11872] on 25 June 1834. He died on 8 March 1858 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 11, 1813 in Mercer Co., Pa., m. Mary Grace June 25, 1834 (she was b.

1815.) Lived in Mercer Co., Pa., where he followed the trade of tailor. He

was local minister Wesleyan M.E. Church. A very earnest, active Christian. He

d. Mar. 8, 1858. His widow died June 19, 1887, an excellent woman. Lived in

Tipton Co., Ind.

 

Mary GRACE 6 [11872] was born in 1815 in USA. She died on 19 June 1887 in USA. She and Daniel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1258

John Walter AXTELL (1835-1894) [12858]

+1259

Henry Birchfield AXTELL (1837-1863) [12860]

+1260

Robert Rice AXTELL (1839- ) [12862]

+1261

Sarah Priscilla AXTELL (1841- ) [12864]

+1262

William Grace AXTELL (1844-1863) [12868]

+1263

Samuel Preston AXTELL (1845-1925) [12869]

+1264

Thomas Lamb AXTELL (1850-1875?) [12871]

+1265

Laura Jane AXTELL (1857- ) [12872]

 

554. Strite (Stright) AXTELL 6 [11873], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 18 February 1815 in Mercer County. He married Martha GIBSON [11874] on 4 January 1838 in Mercer County. He married Mary A. KENT [11875] on 25 March 1841. He married Catherine C. HILL [11876] on 9 November 1865. He died on 12 April 1879 in USA.

 

b. Feb. 18, 1815 in Mercer Co., Pa., where he lived until 1840, he then moved

to Trumble Co., Ohio, and in 1850 to Athens Co., Ohio. On Jan. 4, 1838 he

married Martha Gibson in Mercer Co., Pa., she died Sept. 10, 1839. On March

25, 1841 he married (2) Mary A. Boyd (Kent), she died April 8, 1863; on Nov.

9, 1865 he married (3) Catherine C. Hill. In 1869 he moved from Athens Co.,

Ohio, to Fairbury, Nebr. Here he homesteaded 160 acres of land and proved up

on 160 acres of school land five miles north of Fairbury, on which he built a

"Dug-out" where he lived for some time, and where two of his sons were born.

A third son was born in a building that later became a granary. In 1875 he

built a seven room house. He was a man of strong Christian character, and

sometimes engaged in the ministry. He died April 12, 1879? Catherine died in

1896.

 

Martha GIBSON 6 [11874] was born in USA. She died on 10 September 1839 in USA. She and Strite (Stright) AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1266

Nancy AXTELL (1839- ) [12874]

 

Mary A. KENT 6 [11875] was born in USA. She died on 8 April 1863 in USA. She and Strite (Stright) AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1267

Martha AXTELL (1841-1842) [12875]

+1268

James A. AXTELL (1842-1854) [12876]

+1269

Robert AXTELL (1844-1899) [12877]

+1270

Daniel AXTELL (1846-1914) [12879]

+1271

Jane AXTELL (1848-1865) [12881]

+1272

Joseph Strite AXTELL (1851- ) [12882]

+1273

William B. AXTELL (1854-1872) [12884]

 

Catherine C. HILL 6 [11876] was born in USA. She died in 1896 in USA. She and Strite (Stright) AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1274

George Grant AXTELL (1866-1934) [12885]

+1275

Leroy Everett AXTELL (1868-1884) [12886]

+1276

Samuel Thomas AXTELL (1871-1935) [12887]

+1277

Harvey Albert AXTELL (1872- ) [12889]

+1278

Emory F. AXTELL (1875-1895) [12891]

 

555. Nathan AXTELL 6 [11877], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in 1817 in USA. At some point he married Sarah A. STRIGHT [11878] .

 

Sarah A. STRIGHT 6 [11878] was born in USA.

 

556. Catherine AXTELL 6 [11879], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in USA. At some point she married John MOYNE [11880] .

 

John MOYNE 6 [11880] was born in USA.

 

557. Margaret AXTELL 6 [11881], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in USA. At some point she married John DAVIDSON [11882] .

 

John DAVIDSON 6 [11882] was born in USA.

 

558. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11883], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 3 August 1826 in Mercer County. He married Claressa CAIN [11884] in Athens County, Ohio, USA. He died on 29 June 1873 in Jefferson County, Nebraska, USA.

 

b. Aug. 3, 1826 in Mercer Co., Pa., he went to Athens Co., Ohio with his

parents, where he married Claressa Cain. He moved to Hartford, Iowa, where

all his children were born. He served the Union from '62 to '65 with the 34th

Iowa Vol. In March 1870 he moved with his family to Jefferson Co., Nebr.,

where he died June 29, 1873.

 

Claressa CAIN 6 [11884] was born in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1279

Jemima Elizabeth AXTELL (1847- ) [12892]

+1280

John Isaac AXTELL (1849- ) [12894]

+1281

James Henry AXTELL (1851- ) [12895]

+1282

William I. AXTELL (1853- ) [12897]

+1283

Matilda AXTELL (1855- ) [12898]

+1284

Emily AXTELL (1857- ) [12900]

+1285

Mary Ann AXTELL (1859- ) [12902]

+1286

Emeline AXTELL (1861- ) [12905]

 

559. Anna AXTELL 6 [11885], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in USA. At some point she married Thomas BEAL [11886] .

 

Thomas BEAL 6 [11886] was born in USA.

 

560. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11887], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in USA. At some point she married Joseph IRWIN [11888] .

 

Joseph IRWIN 6 [11888] was born in USA.

 

561. Rhoda AXTELL 6 [11889], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 26 July 1829 in USA. At some point she married Clement HOOPER [11890] .

 

Clement HOOPER 6 [11890] was born in USA.

 

562. Samuel AXTELL 6 [11891], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 26 July 1829 in Pennsylvania. He married Sarah LEIGHY [11892] on 12 January 1854.

 

b. July 26, 1829 in Penna., married Sarah Leighy Jan. 12, 1854. He followed

the trade of carpenter, and lived in Athens, Ohio. Moved to Del Norte, Col.

 

Sarah LEIGHY 6 [11892] was born in USA. She and Samuel AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1287

Nettie J. AXTELL (1855- ) [12907]

+1288

Ida Catura AXTELL (1856- ) [12908]

+1289

Effie I. AXTELL (1859- ) [12910]

+1290

Charles L. AXTELL (1861- ) [12912]

+1291

Lillian M. AXTELL (1872- ) [12914]

 

563. Mary Ann AXTELL 6 [11893], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in USA. At some point she married Merritt VAN BIBBER [11894] .

 

Merritt VAN BIBBER 6 [11894] was born in USA.

 

564. Hiram AXTELL 6 [11895], son of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born on 26 June 1831 in Mercer County. He married Nancy Ann THOMAS [11896] on 23 October 1855 in Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married Lavina [11897] in 1889 in Fairfield, Indiana, USA. He died in 1898 in Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, USA. He was buried in Tipton.

 

b. June 26, 1831 in Mercer Co., Pa. He went with his father's family to

Athens, Ohio, in 1840. He married on Oct. 23, 1855 at Tipton, Ind., Nancy Ann

Thomas (b. July 11, 1828 at Lexington, Ky.), she died at Sharpsville, Ind.,

March 14, 1886. He married (2) Mrs. Lavina Albright at Fairfield, Ind., in

1889. In his early manhood he freighted from Athens to Chillicothe, Ohio. He

moved with his family to Windfall, Ind., in his early twenties. He was a

farmer. He was raised a strict Presbyterian, but was not a member of the

church. he died in 1898 at Kokomo, Ind., and was buried in Tipton, Ind.

 

Nancy Ann THOMAS 6 [11896] was born on 11 July 1828 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, USA. She died on 14 March 1886 in Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She and Hiram AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1292

Martha Jane AXTELL (1858-1912) [12916]

+1293

Hester Evaline AXTELL (1859-1876) [12918]

+1294

Mary Elizabeth AXTELL (1861-1938) [12919]

+1295

William Melvin AXTELL (1863-1901) [12920]

 

Lavina 6 [11897] was born in USA.

 

565. Emeline AXTELL 6 [11898], daughter of Amzi AXTELL [11369] and Elizabeth CRATTY [11371], was born in 1834 in USA.

 

566. Ruth AXTELL 6 [11899], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 28 August 1808 in USA. She married John MCCLURE [11900] on 4 March 1830.

 

John MCCLURE 6 [11900] was born in USA.

 

567. Hannah AXTELL 6 [11901], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 4 December 1809 in USA. She married Robert MCCLURE [11902] on 15 November 1830.

 

Robert MCCLURE 6 [11902] was born in USA.

 

568. Alexander AXTELL 6 [11903], son of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 5 July 1811 in USA. He married Jane GORDON [11904] on 30 September 1834. He died in 1848 in USA.

 

b. July 5, 1811, m. Jane Gordon Sept. 30, 1834. She was born April 3, 1811 at

Perrysburg, Ohio. He died 1848.

 

Jane GORDON 6 [11904] was born on 3 April 1811 in Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio, USA. She and Alexander AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1296

Samuel AXTELL ( - ) [12921]

+1297

Parintha AXTELL (1837-1860) [12922]

+1298

Euphemia AXTELL (1840-1846) [12923]

+1299

Margaret Ann AXTELL (1843- ) [12924]

+1300

John Gordon AXTELL (1845-1923) [12926]

+1301

Martha Jane AXTELL (1848- ) [12928]

 

569. Rhoda AXTELL 6 [11905], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 30 March 1813 in USA. She married Joseph BOYD [11906] in November 1836.

 

Joseph BOYD 6 [11906] was born in USA.

 

570. Thomas AXTELL 6 [11907], son of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 25 October 1814 in USA. He married Anna CALDWELL [11908] in 1842 (approx.).

 

b. Oct. 25, 1814, m. Anna Caldwell about 1842. She was born 1812.

 

Anna CALDWELL 6 [11908] was born in 1812 in USA. She and Thomas AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1302

Alexander W. AXTELL (1843-1880) [12930]

+1303

Mary Jane AXTELL (1845- ) [12934]

+1304

John Lynn AXTELL (1847- ) [12935]

 

571. Eliab AXTELL 6 [11909], son of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 22 December 1817 in USA. He married Jane CALDWELL [11910] on 13 March 1842. He died before 1860 in USA.

 

b. Dec. 22. 1817, m. Jane Caldwell March 13, 1842. He died prior to 1860.

 

Jane CALDWELL 6 [11910] was born in USA. She and Eliab AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1305

Daniel AXTELL (1843- ) [12938]

+1306

Sarah Emily AXTELL (1845- ) [12939]

+1307

Mary Jane AXTELL (1847- ) [12940]

+1308

Hannah Euphemia AXTELL (1849- ) [12941]

+1309

George Washington AXTELL (1851- ) [12942]

+1310

Martha E. AXTELL (1853-1875) [12944]

 

572. George AXTELL 6 [11911], son of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 10 November 1820 in USA. He married Isabell MCCRACKEN [11912] on 30 October 1849. He died before 1860 in USA.

 

b. Nov. 10, 1820, m. Isabell McCracken (b. 1821) on Oct. 30, 1849. He died

prior to 1860.

 

Isabell MCCRACKEN 6 [11912] was born in 1821 in USA. She and George AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1311

Sylvester AXTELL (1851?- ) [12945]

+1312

Mary Euphemia AXTELL (1852-1880) [12948]

+1313

Eliab AXTELL (1855-1878) [12949]

+1314

Daniel A. AXTELL (1858-1859) [12950]

 

573. Louise AXTELL 6 [11913], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 5 May 1822 in USA. She died on 19 June 1855 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

574. Mary AXTELL 6 [11914], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 2 November 1824 in USA. She died on 16 October 1825 in USA.

 

575. Martha AXTELL 6 [11915], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born in 1826 in USA. She died on 9 May 1861 in USA.

 

unm. [axb45.ged].

 

576. Andrew AXTELL 6 [11916], son of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 12 July 1828 in USA. At some point he married MCCARTNEY [11917] .

 

served in the Union Army 1861-65.

 

MCCARTNEY 6 [11917] was born in USA.

 

577. Loretta AXTELL 6 [11918], daughter of Daniel AXTELL [11372] and Euphema LINN [11373], was born on 17 June 1831 in USA. She died on 6 August 1835 in USA.

 

578. Rhoda SCOTT 6 [12050], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

579. Ruth SCOTT 6 [12051], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

580. William H. SCOTT 6 [12052], son of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

581. Sarah SCOTT 6 [12053], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

582. Rachel SCOTT 6 [12054], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

583. Alvah SCOTT 6 [12055], son of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

584. Margaret SCOTT 6 [12056], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

585. Thomas SCOTT 6 [12057], son of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

586. Louisa SCOTT 6 [12058], daughter of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

587. Daniel SCOTT 6 [12059], son of Francis SCOTT [11375] and Elizabeth AXTELL [11374], was born in USA.

 

588. Mary AXTELL 6,96,161 [11919], daughter of Joseph Smith AXTELL [11376] and Eunice TUTTLE [11377], was born on 17 August 1814 in Mercer County. 96,161,162 She married William Newell DILLEY [11920] on 24 October 1833 in Mercer County. 161,162 She died on 7 February 1886 in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, USA. 96,161 She was buried in 1886 Sterling Cemetery in Sterling. 161

 

William Newell DILLEY 6,162,163,164 [11920] was born on 8 September 1811 in Mercer County. 164 He married Eunice S. AXTELL on 27 September 1888. 163 He died on 31 August 1897 in Sterling. 164 He was buried in 1897 Sterling Cemetery in Sterling. 164 He and Mary AXTELL had the following children:

 

+1315

Joseph Axtell DILLEY ( - ) [19287]

+1316

Lewis Baxter DILLEY ( - ) [19288]

+1317

Eunice DILLEY ( - ) [19289]

+1318

Margaret Elizabeth DILLEY ( - ) [19290]

+1319

Thomas Anderson DILLEY (1843-1913) [19291]

+1320

Caroline Ruth DILLEY ( - ) [19292]

+1321

William Newell DILLEY ( - ) [19293]

+1322

Amanda DILLEY ( - ) [19294]

+1323

Mary Jane DILLEY ( - ) [19295]

+1324

John Sullivan DILLEY ( - ) [19296]

+1325

Charles Sumner DILLEY ( - ) [19297]

 

589. Thomas M. AXTELL 6 [11921], son of Joseph Smith AXTELL [11376] and Eunice TUTTLE [11377], was born on 25 October 1815 in USA. He died on 24 April 1817 in USA.

 

590. Sarah AXTELL 6 [11922], daughter of Joseph Smith AXTELL [11376] and Eunice TUTTLE [11377], was born on 25 November 1816 in USA. She died on 25 December 1816 in USA.

 

591. Elizabeth AXTELL 6 [11923], daughter of Joseph Smith AXTELL [11376] and Eunice TUTTLE [11377], was born on 13 November 1817 in USA. She died on 18 June 1884 in USA. At some point she married Joseph HOLLOWAY [11924] .

 

Joseph HOLLOWAY 6 [11924] was born in USA.

 

592. Ruth AXTELL 6 [11925], daughter of Joseph Smith AXTELL [11376] and Eunice TUTTLE [11377], was born on 25 September 1819 in USA. She died on 28 December 1870 in USA. At some point she married Elijah BUSHNELL [11926] .

 

Elijah