Washington County Wills & Estates
|SALTONSTALL, Nathaniel||Will made 8-1-1807, Probated 4-12-1808. Children,
Polly and John Latimer Saltonstall. Witness: Hallom Hempstead, Gates
Book 1, Page 120
Note: Natnaniol Saltonstall was a Captain in Artillery Company from New London, Connecticut. Born in New London, 1727-married Rebecca Young- died in Marietta, Ohio in 1807. Ref: D.A.R. Lineage Book Vol 62, pg 4.
|SALTONSTALL, John Latimer||Will made 2-6-1821, Probated July 1821. Sisters-
Lucretia, wife of Giles Hempstead, and Nancy, wife of Rev. L. Lindsley.
Witness; Dr. S.P. Hildreth, Lucretia Saltonstall and Lucretia S.
Book 2, Page 212
|SALTONSTALL, Lucretia||Will made May 1823, no date for probation given.
Children- Lucretia Hempstead and Lucretia Lindsley; grandchildren.
Lucretia and Harriett Hempstead, William and Lucretia Hannah Lindsley
(Lindley). Witness: Samuel Nixon, Samuel \Whipple.
Book 5, Page 129
Note: Cemetery record- Nancy Saltonstall Lindsley, daughter of Rev. Stephen Lindsley, died August 5, 1813, aged 5 years.
Of Kingston County, Plymouth, Mass. Will made
1-8-1806, Probated 7-21-1823. Wife, Rebecca; children Benjamin (a minor),
Harriett, Rebecca, Luciy. Witness: John Gray, Samuel Stetson, Seth
Book 5, Page 129
|SANDFORD (or SANFORD), Thomas James Harris||Late of Rotherham, County of York, England. Will made
9-12-1820, Probated 1825. Wife, Mary; son- Thomas Harris Sanford, land in
Buerton, Chester County, England; brother- Charles Samuel, Roberts Sanford
of Masborough, York County, England; brother-in-law-Phiiip William
Mackwcrth Yonge of Winson Green near Bingham, Warwick County, England, and
Harriett Anne Maria his wife. Witness: Frederick Kean 38 Upper Temple
Street, Bingham, England, Frederick Mills, John Mason Guest Underhill.
Book 3, Page 485
Note: Thomas Sanford born Essex, England. Mary, his wife born in Yorkshire, England, September 17, 1790, died Marietta, September, 1876.
Of Glouster, near Natchez, Mississippi Territory. Will
made 10-11-1816, Probated December 1823. Wife, Mary; children- William
Fitz Winthrop Sargent, and George W. Sargent to be educated at his own
Alma Mater Cambridge; sister- Mrs- McMurray; Grandchildren of his deceased
sister Esther Ellery; friend- Lucuis Manlius Sargent and Jonathan Temple
to have land in Ohio under the supervision of Benjamin Ives Gilman.
Witness: Martha Provon, A. Brewer Thompson, Chauncey Pettibone. Will
probated in Adams Co. Mississippi 1823.
Book 5, Page 493
Note: Codicil- Sargent Harding and Sargent Gilman, sons of Gilman A. Harding and (nephew) Winthrop Sargent, Jr of Boston, respectively. Cemetery record-Rowena, daughter of General Benjamin Tupper, and wife of Winthrop Sargent (secretary of the Northwest Territory), born 1766-died 1799.
Of the City of New York. Will made. 6-20-1829,
Probated 1835. Wife, Hannah; children- Richard L., Henry, Effingham,
Jacob, Edward L., John L., Anna Maria S. (Ferris).
Book 5, Page 246
Note: He was born in Philadelphia 8-24-1747, Registered in the Lutheran Church of that City- married Hannah Effingham.
|SCHOONVER (or SCHNOOVER), Nicholas||
Administration (or will?) April 28, 1846. Wife, Sarah;
children-Elizabeth, John, Lenoard, Charlotte, wife of John Rathbone, now
living in Illinois, Emeline wife of John Finch, Rosetta Schoonover of
Peoria, Illinois, children of his son Henry deceased, Adolphus, Alvin,
Carolina and Asa Schnoover (last four named children minors.)|
Book 9, Page 292
|SCOTT, Eliphalet||Of Aurelius Tonwship. Will made 7-6-1850, Probated
October 1850. Children-Mark E., James B., Charlotte Jane Scott. Witness:
John Smithson, and John Smithson Jr.|
Book 8, Page 532
|SCOTT, John McM.||Of Franklin County, Kentucky. Will made 8-26-1812,
Probated 9-3-1814. Wife, Kitty; children- William Henry Harrison Scott to
be educated under the direction of Governor Harrison, and the Honorable
Harry Imes, Administrator: Matthew Scott.
Book 1, Page 27
Note: john Scott died in Athens County, Ohio.
|SCOTT, Obediah||Administration 1832. Wife, Thankful;
children-Celestine, wife of Nathaniel Fuller of Licking County, Ohio,
Almira, wife of John Beach of Morgan County, Ohio, Tracey Scott a resident
of Licking County, Ohio, Obediah, Jr., Hannah, James, Hiram, Rothens,
Adline, Winchester, George Scott all residents of Washington County,
Book 4, Page 595
Note: Almira (Scott) Beach, was married first to Samuel Cushing, Jr.
|SEAMON, Benjamin||Will made 4-13-1812, Probated 5-23-1812. Sisters- Mary
(Atcheson), Susannah (Olney), Sarah (Craig), brothers-Samuel, Gilbert,
Preserved; friends- Benjamin and Martha Nowell, Samuel Postlewaite and
John Bowman of Adams County, in the Territory of Mississippi. Witness:
Nathaniel Oliver, Gilbert Oliver and Jonathan Sprague.
Book 1, Page 201
Cemetery record- Louisana Seaman, daughter of Preserved, died September 15, 1812, aged 7 years.
|SEAMON, Gilbert||Of Adams, Washington County, Ohio. Copy of this will
states Probated at Marietta, Ohio 1-13-1800) He was probably a resident of
Adams County, Territory of Mississippi at the time of his death. Wife,
Martha; children- Gilbert, Preserved, Susanna, Sabra, Martha, Polly,
Samuel, Benjamin, Benijah; grandson William, son of his daurhter Sabra.
Withess: Enoch Ewing, William Davis, Stephen Frost.
Book 1, Page 36
|SEARS, Sarah||Late of New York City. Will made 10-14-1805, Probated
in New York 1806- authenticated copy to Marietta in 1806. Sister Rebecca,
wife of John Blogges, Esq; daughters-Hester (Smith) and Rebecca
(Sterrett); grandchildren- Peregrine, James and William Bordieu, sons of
my late daughter Mary; Harriett Artemissa, daurhter of my late daughter
Sarah Fandall. Witness: W.H.Smith, Julia Bloggs, Elizabeth Smith.|
Book 7, Page 297
Note: Sarah Sears was the widow of Isaac Sears of New York City.
Of Waterford, Ohio- Will made 9-28-1827, Probated July
1829. Wife, Margaret; children- John H., Sarah A. (Dearborn) a minor,
Abijah Thomas, Simeon F., Lucretia A.M., wife of E.S. McIntosh. Witness:
David and Lavena Baldwin, Solomon F. Cogswell.
Book 4, Page 258
|SHAFFER, John||Administration 1832. Wife, Polly; children- Peggy,
Noble, Wealthy, Philip Cooper, and John Cooper Shaffer.
Book 4, Page 628
|SHARP, James||Will made 7-29-1818, date of probation not given.
Wife, Kezie; children William Thompson, Esther, James Madison, John,
Samuel, Louisa, George and Esther, James Madison, John, Samuel, Louisa,
George and Joseph. Witness: Wm. Slocum, John Sharp, George Duilery.|
Book 2, Page 84
Will made 10-16-1824, Probated March 1825. Wife, Mary;
only child Eliza. Witness: Isaac L. Palmer, Benjamin M. Brown.
Book 3, Page 190
|SHEETS, Martin||Of Grandview Township. Will made 6-14-1844, Probated
September 1845. Wife, Sally; children John E., Henry J., Mary (Kiger),
William, Nancy (Dye), Matthew, Priscilla (Dye), Anthony, Elizabeth J.
(Dye). Witness: Elliott H. Collins, R.K. Ewart.|
Book 7, Page 257
Administration 1828. Wife, Olive; children- Jeremiah
Fayette, William Washington Sheldon.
Book 4, Page 388
8-22-1821, Probated Nov. 1821. States that his daughter Anna is to
divide his property among the children of his first marriage, i.e. Esther,
Enoch, Anna, Rhoda, Daniel, Larena, Luther, Huldah, Calvin. The children of his
second marriage by his wife Margaret were Silas M., and Elizabeth
G. Witness: Caleb Emerson, Emory Keyes, William Morris.
Book 2, Page 220
Administration July 1, 1853. Children- Elizabeth and
Catherine of Marietta, Ohio, John C. and Rebecca A., of Madison
Book 9, Page 579
Administration 1831. Heirs-relationship not stated,
but presumably his children. Herman Sherman, residence unknown, Lyman
Sherman of Sandusky, Ohio, Electa, wife of Daniel Loomis of Rochester,
N.Y., Olive (Ward) formerly Sherman of Dresden, Ohio, Curtis Herman
Sherman of Tupper's Plains, Meigs County, Ohio, Abel Sherman of Waterford,
Washington County, Ohio, Wakeman Sherman of Morgan County, Ohio Uriah
Sherman of Waterford, Washington, County, Ohio.
Book 5, Page 36
Note: Timothy Sherman was a Revolutionary soldier and was aged 58 years in 1818- his wife Polly was aged 64 in 1825. Wakeman, Uriah and Able and six other children all married. Soldier died in 1820.
Late of Wheeling Virginia (now West Virginia)-
Administration 1831. Wife, Eunice and minor children, not named.
Book 4, Page 517
|SHIPMAN, Joshua, Jr.||
Administration 1832. Heirs- his father Joshua Sr, and
heirs of his father; Charles, Frederick, Julia, wife of Nathaniel Holden,
Maria, Samuel, heirs of Eliza and Joseph C. Shipman.
Book 5, Page 43
|SHIPMAN, William H.||
Late of Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia)-
Administration 1831. Wife, Mary Anne; children-Susan, George, Anne,
Book 4, Page 521
Administration 9-21-1854. Heirs- Mary M., Sarah J.,
William M., Jesse P., and Charles A. Sinclair.
Book 9, Page 573
Will made 4-25-1825, Probated April 1841. Wife, Mary;
children- Charles S., David C., Sarah C. (Ward), William P. Witness: John
P. Mayberry, Timothy Cone, A. Warner.
Book 6, Page 169
Note: William Skinner was born in Carlisle, Penna. February 1763, died at Harmer, Washington County, Ohio 1840.
|SLATER, Ellis||Administration 1855. Heirs- David L., James W., Mary
L., Emma J.|
Book 9, Page 605
Of New York City, widow of Paschal Nelson Smith, Late
of New York City. Will made 9-19-1823, Probated in New York 12-14-1846,
copy to Marietta March 1847. Nephews- John Aspenwall of New York City,
Merchant; George Strong, Merchant; George W., and Isaac Sterrett,
sons of my deceased sister _____Sterrett; nieces- Mary B.,
Sarah Caroline, Harriett A., daughters of my deceased sister
_____Sterrett; Augusta (Dana) nee Sterrett, daughter of
my sister _____Sterrett; Harriett Artmire Randall; the
following persons are probably nieces but the relationship is not stated. Hester W., daughter of John & Rebecca (deceased) Blagg; to Juliana (surname not mentioned); to Susan Aspinwall, wife of John Aspinwall; to Elizabeth Smith, daughter of my deceased husband's brother Henry; to Ann Hadden, wife of David Hadden; To Grace Amelia Blagge; To Sarah S. Lockwood, now Sarah Deering; To Augusta, Hester and Juliana Blagge; to Rebecca Caroline Hamilton; to Sarah Platt. Witness: S. Plumb, Frederick W. Bishop, Eli Mix, 3rd.
Book 7, Page 466
Note: Will later states tha Hester, Juliana and Augusta Blagge were daughters of Rebecca Blagge.
|SMITH, Michael||Will made 2-6-1845, Probated September 1845. Wife,
Priscilla; children- Alexander, Daniel, Michael, Hannah, Jane and Emily.
Witness: Edward Dawson, Benoni Williams.
Book 7, Page 247
|SMITH, Nathaniel||Will made 4-15-1817, Probated May 1817. Wife, Jemima;
children- Benjamin F., Nathaniel Augustus.
Book 2, Page 18
Note: "Died at Marietta on Sunday evening, Captain Nathaniel Smith, aged 25 years. His infant son also died at this time, and both were interred in one grave."
|SMITH, Paschal N.||Late of Gallia County, Ohio. Will made in New York
11-4-1805, Probated 10-6-1836. WIfe, Hester; children- Harriett, William
Templer, Georgiana, Augusta; nephews- Benjamin Strong, John Aspinwall.
Book 8, Page 510
|SMITH, WIlliam G.||Administration 2-6-1850. Children- Elijah, Samuel,
John (deceased), Mary, wife of Richard Patton, Huldah, wife of John Test.
Heirs of son John (now deceased) are Hannah, wife of Jefferson Carroll of
Gallia County, Ohio and Clarinda, wife of John Hearn of Gallia County,
Book 9, Page 404
|SOLOMON, Isaac||Will made 11-16-1847, Probated March 1848. daughters-
Catherina and Margaret; granson Isaac Victor Solomon. Witness: Hamilton
Cree, Hugh Brown, E. Battelle, Jr.
Book 8, Page 103
|SOUTHMAYD, Samuel||Of watertown, Ohio (formerly of Litchfield,
Connecticut. Will made 3-19-1810, Probated 10-6-1837. Wife, Dorcas;
children Millicent (Scoville) deceased) her heirs to have land in Ohio,
also land in Harpersfield, New York; Philander F; Samuel Southmayd, Dorcas
(Dutton), Alma (DeForest). Witness: Uriel Gridley, John Byron (or Bryon),
Book 5, Page 465
|SPEAR, Ebenezer||Of Salem Township. Will made 1-2-1835, Probated March
1835. Wife, Polly; children- Daniel, Ebenezer, Jr., Susannah, Polly,
Roxene and son-in-law Charles Spears. Witness: Wm. Crawford, Allen
Book 5, Page 182
|SPRAGUE, Jonathan||Of Adams Township. Will made 8-4-1838; Probated
8-ll-l838. Wife, Hannah; children-Elijah, Seamon, Benjamin Owen, Arthur
Wayne, Jonathan, Johnway (deceased), Witness: Orrin N. Morris, Henry Rose,
Book 6, Page 42
Note: Elijah Sprague born 3-10-18I8, married 1st Henrietta Morris, 2nd Lydia A. Gray, Seamon born 4-3-1821, married Mary Deval. Benjamin Owen born 10-25-1824, married Lucinda Deval. Arthur Wayne, born 4-13-1795, married Lucinda, daughter of Allen Deval. Jonathan born 4-12-1804, married Melissa Smith. Johnway's children were- Joshua born 5-8-1793, married Phoebe Brown, Cynthia born 5-4-1797, married Washington Olney Dec 13, 1795. Oliver T., M riba born 8-23-1799-died 5-6-1816.
Mrs. Sabra Sprague, consort of Jonathan Sprague died Adams Township 5-12-1815. She was nee Slemmons, born 4-30-1767 Nantucket, Mass; married Jonathan Sprague 9-18-1792. He married second Susanna Owens who died 10-6-1833, and third to Hannah Morris on March 6, 1834, she died 7-17-1867.
Administration 6-23-1852. Wife, Phoebe (Ross),
children- Oliver P. and Jonathan Sprague.
Book 9, Page 332
Of Warren Township. Will made 8-5-1830, Probated
August 1830. Wife, Catherine; children- Susanna (Misner), Abigail
(Pickford), Jane (Morris), Humphrey N., Jacob, John, Garrett, Peter.
Book 4, Page 358
Note: Jacob Springer was a Revolutionary soldier in the New Jersey Continental Line. Served under Capt Pratt. Born 1763.
|SPRINGER, Peleg||Will made 9-25-1828, Probated April 1829. Wife,
Sarah; children- Joseph, Clark, Harris, Albert, Lucy (Hudson). Witness:
Broadberry Hutchins, Nathan Proctor, Samuel Woods.
Book 4, Page 231
|STANBERRY, Joseph||Of Zanesville, Ohio. WIll made 5-4-1839, Probated
November 1843. Wife, Ann Lucy; chldren- Eliza (Flanner), Harvey, Job, Ann
Lucy (Pierce), Henry, Howard, Charles and Edward. Witness: Chas. B.
Goddard, Willis Hawes.
Book 7, Page 6
|STANLEY, Timothy||Will made 12-10-1818- Probated March 1819. Wife,
Abigail; Children- Timothy (a minor), Abigail, Thirza, Eliza, Lydia
(Newell), Mary (Kellogg), Julia (all the girls under 21 years of age).
Witness: Caleb Emerson, James M. Bovet, Jacob Rice.
Book 2, Page 105
Note: Timothy Stanley died 2-14-1819 aged 47 years. Abigail, his wife died 8-4-1823, aged 48 years. Eliza their daughter died 8-14-1823.
|STANLEY, Daniel G.||Of Fearing Township. WIll made 7-19-1852, Probated
November 1853. Children- Lot Putnam, James Thomas, (daughters not named);
adopted son George W.
Putnam; adopted daughter Martha W. Cottrell; brother, James
Stanley. Witness: Luther Curtiss, C.H. Stanley, Joseph Lankford.|
Book 9, Page 334
|STANLEY, Thomas||Of Salem, Washington County. Wll' made 3-1-1807,
Probated May 1816. Wif e, Mixenda; children- Daniel Griswold, Thomas Ford,
Francis Rouiandson, James, George W., Joseph, Anne (oldest daughter, a
minor.), Betsey, Lucy, Clarissa, Cynthia, Sarah, Mary, Mix enda.
Witness: Chas H. Martin, John Davis.
Book 2 Page 1
Note: Thomas Stanley was a revolutionary soldier- born 9-27-1762 at Wethersfield, Connecticut, son of Thomas and Mary (Francis.) Stanley. Married Anna Ford 11-27-1783, married second to Mixenda Nott. Soldier died March 14, 1816. REF: Summer's History of Washington County, Ohio.
|STEARNES, Amos||Of Belpre, Ohio. Will made
2-16-1813, Probated April 1813. Heirs are his youngest brother
Rufus, and his parents, Elias and Sarah Stearns. EXR'S: Aaron W.
Putnam and brother, Asa Stearns. Witness: Charlotte S. Putnam, Julia H. Putnam
and D. Loring.|
Book 1, Page 232
|STEVENS, Abraham||Of Waterford Township. Will made
1-20-1824, Probated October 1828. Wife, Rachel; children-
John, Samuel (to have land in Morgan County, Ohio
on Olive Green Creek), David, James, oldest daughter
Delila (deceased) wife of John Perry; Sally, wife
of Joseph Williams; children of daughter Amarilla and Nathaniel Chapman, her husband. Witness:
Isaac Baker, Thomas Seely, Jr., John Seely, Jr.|
Book 4, Page 210
|STEVENS, Peter B.||
Will made 4-4-1839, Probated July 1839. Only daughter
Sarah Ann Catherine (Stephens); cousins- Peter Stephes of New York, Ephriam
and Benjamin Snyder Stephens. Witness Borden Stanton, Olive and
Book 5, Page 571
|STEWART, Archibald||Of Providence, Rhode Island. Will made 11-17-1803,
Probated November 1843. Children- Charles and Jane, wife of Walter
Lawrence; to Peggy Reed, a poor girl whom I brought from Ireland; to my
brother Richard Stewart of Clare, near Belle Castle, County Antrim,
Ireland; to the sons of my sister Rose Thompson's two daughters of Belle
Mully, near Newton in the county of Londonderry, Ireland; to William
Hutton, the son of my wife Austis; mentions that his son Charles is on a
voyage to Batavia, and to have estate if he returns from this voyage.
Book 7, Page 8
Of Salem Township. Will made 7-10-1814, Probated
April 1821. Wife, Esther; children mentioned, not named (all minors.)
Witness: Dudley Davis, John True.
Book 1, Page 205
Of New Haven, Connecticut. Will made 3-6-1813,
Probated 8-22-1837. WIfe, May- following persons mentioned, probably
children- Hezekiah Howe and son Ebenezer; Sally, wife of Amos Townsend;
and Elias her oldest son; Hannah, oldest daughter of Hannah and Solomon
Collins of New Haven, Connecticut. Witness: Robert Townsend, Asa Bradley,
Book 5, Page 416
Will made 10-30-1813, Probated 6-23-1846. Nephews-
Stephen, Daniel H., Charles and Sherlock Stone. Witness: Anies Spencer
Nye, Mary M. Puertis.
Book 7, Page 344
Of Union Township. Will made 9-27-1830, Probated October 1830.
Children- Amanda, Collins, Vesta and Jasper (a minor); brother- Benjamin
Franklin Stone. Witness: J. Cotton, William Stacey, John
Book 4, Page 407
Note: Jasper Stone, was the son of Israel Stone who died about 1809 in Marietta leaving the following heirs- Sardine, B. F., Matilda (Smith), Jasper, Harriet H. (a minor), C. C. (a minor), and A. Stone (noted in Probate Record Book 1, Page 184.) "Amanda Stone lived in McConnellsville, Morgan County, Ohio. Collins, wife of Emerson Nash lived in Wheeling, W. Va., Vesta Stone resided in Wheeling with her sister.
Of Boston, Mass. Will made 12-8-1815, Probated
October 1831. Wife, Elizabeth, children- Nathaniel, James, George W.,
Sarah Paine (Pope), Elizabeth (Sturges), Ann Cushing (Sturges). Witness:
Timothy Dodd, Freeman Dodd, A. P. Hodkins.
Book 4, 254
Note: Mentions undivided land in Barnstable, Mass. held with his brother Thomas (now deceased) before 1822 according to the codicil of that date. Heirs of Thomas were his wife Elizabeth and children Nancy (Freeman) Martha (Calhoun) and Esther.
Will made 1-10-1842, Probated October 1850 Wife,
mentioned, not named; children- two sons, not named, daughters (three)
only one mentioned- Mary. States his three daughters now living to have
land in Harrison Township, Perry County, Ohio. EXR'S: Peter Tague and
Patrick Nugent of Harrison Township, Perry County, Ohio.
Book 8, Page 513
Administration October 6, 1852. Wife, Catharine;
children- Aquilla D., Henry, John E., Amanda, wife of Wm. S. Johnson, all
residing at Plymouth, Washington County, Ohio. Other children, Jane, wife
of Henry Brown, Ann G., wife of Henry Ruggles of Belmont County, Ohio,
Ralph Talbot, a minor.
Book 9, Page 294
Late of Great Britain now of Union Township,
Washington County, Ohio. Will made 7-5-1836, Probated September 1836.
Sister, Margaret. Witness: Peter Fearnsley, Samuel W. Farmer.
Book 5, Page 317
|TAYLOR, William||Will made 7-10-1823, Probated November 1823.
Sisters- Fanny Taylor, Jane Miller, Catherina Minor, Marie Gitteau.
EXR'S: Martha Minor, John Miller, Witness: John Cunningham, Margaret T.
Bartlett, John Miller.|
Book 2, Page 429
|TEMPLETON, George||Administration 1-14-1853. Wife, Nancy; children-
Eliza, wife of Jacob Barthmess, Joseph, Samuel, James, Letty, Margaret,
wife of James Atkinson, children of Wiliam Templeton (deceased), John,
George and Mary; Jane, daughter of George Atkinson, and her
children Margaret, Nancy E., and Martin all residents of Washington County, Ohio;
Mary, wife of all Snodgrass and Robert Templeton (last two
mentioned of Iowa.)|
Book 9, Page 512
|THOMPSON, James||Of Baltimore, Maryland. Will made 9-3-1837, Probated
September 1837. Niece Sarah Jane Little of Baltimore to have land in
Maryland, Virginia and Ohio; cousin Maty Moore of Wheeling Va, (now W.
Va); to the sons of James Moore in County Antrim, Ireland, William, John and James; another brother
mentioned, not named. EXRS: Sarah Jane Littel of Baltimore, George
Low of Baltimore, David Barber of Ohio. Witness: P.S.
Stewart, B.T. Brice, G.L. DeLong.|
Book 5, Page 423
|THORNILY, John||Administration 9-13-1853. Wife, Mary; children-
William, Mary Ann, wife of Aaron Howe, Thomas C., now deceased and his
heirs who are Matilda, Nathan, Sarah, George all living
in Wood County, Virginia (now West Virginia.); Caleb S.
Thornily, James and Adelina Thornily and Elizabeth Thornily, these four persons
residents of Pike County, Missouri.|
Book 9, Page 478
|THORNILY, John||(same person as above) Will made 8-16-1844, Probated
Spt. 1844. Wife, Mary; children- Calab S., Elizabeth S., Adaline Virginia,
William, Thomas C., Mary Anne (Howe), James C. Witness: WIlliam West, M.
H. Byard, Richard Alcock.
Book 7, Page 107
Note: Cemetery record- Col. John Thornily born Cheshire England, died 8-17-1844 aged 65 years. Mary Compton Thornily, his wife died 8-9-1875 aged 87 years. Thomas J. son of William and Elizabeth Thornily, died 8-9-1837, aged 25 years. William Thornily of Cheshire, England died 4-20-1827, aged 55 years.
|THORNILLY, William||Administration 1829. WIfe, Elizabeth, children-William, Thomas, Augusta, wife of James Beswick; William Irwin, Cornelia, Ann and John Thornily are children of Caleb Thornily deceased who was the son of William.|
Administration 9-7-1853. Wife, Esther; children-
Samuel S., Elizabeth W., Augustam wife of George Harness, Eliza D., Laura
Book 9, Page 503
Of Warwick County of Kent, R.I. Will made 1-13-1833,
Probated April 1834. Friends-Marcy, wife of Joseph Aborn; Phoebe, widow of
William Thornton; Sally, daughter of Lowry Aborn; Sarah Desire, daughter
of the late John Anthony Aborn; Harriet, daughter of Thomas Aborn; Phoebe,
wife of Daniel J. Harris. EXR: Joseph Aborn of Cranston, R.I.|
Book 5, Page 116
|TICE, Solomon, Sr.||
Will made 10-26-1838, Probated 12-22-1830. Sons-
John, James, David, Solomon, Jr. Witness: Samuel Martin and Nehemiah A.
Book 5, Page 523.
Note: John was born 1780- James 1775-1851-Solomon, Jr. 1783-1864. Solomon Tice was a Revolutionary soldier, born 1750, probably in New York state, the son of Martin and Mary Tice- married Mary Ann Collier. He died 11-14-1838 aged 88 years. There were other children not mentioned in the will, Jacob, Martin, Mary, Sarah (who was born 1798 and married Jacob Newlin, a soldier of the War of 1812.
Administration 1825. Children- Joseph, Bethuel, Jr.,
Pamela, Richard and Cornelia.|
Book 3, Page 412
Administration 4-3-1852. children- Elizabeth, Dudley
D., Harriet E., Douglas D., Dallas D., Rowen A. Tilton, Betsey M. Tilton
Book 9, Page 223
|TREADWELL, John Dexter||
Of Salem, Essex County, Mass. Will made 2-7-1831,
Probated March 1835. Wife, Dorothy- Son John Goodlive Treadwell; servant
Sarah Emerson. Witness: Wm. Cleveland, George Cleveland, Joseph Andrew.|
Book 5, Page 174
Administration 1825. Wife, Abigail; children- David,
Nathaniel, Eliza, Lucinda, Hiram, Adaline, Harriett, Theron, Watson.|
Book 4, Page 58
|TRUE, Jabez (Physician)||
Will made 1-4-1823, Probated January 1823. Wife, not
named; young friend, John Mills; sisters- Hannah and Mary True, Mrs.
Howard; nephew; Jabez True Howard; to Julia and Sarah, daughters of
Jonathan Guitteau (deceased). Witness: S.P. Hildreth (Dr.) J.O. Preston,
Asa Beach, David Putnam.
Book 2, Page 441
Note: Dr. True was a Revolutionary soldier, enlisted as surgeon. Born 1760 Hempstead, N.H. REF: Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in Revolution.
|TRUE, Sarah||Will made 4-30-1835, Probated September 1836. Son
John Mills; grandchildren- Julia Guitteau now the wife of John Hendrick;
Henry Jackson Mills; Marietta Mills, Sarah Guitteau. Witness: Douglas
Putnam, Hannah M. Putnam, David Putnam.
Book 9, Page 315
Note: Cemetery record- Dr. Jabez True died 9-5-1823 aged 63 years. Sarah, his wife (at the time of her marriage to Dr. True was the widow of John Mills, Dr.).
|TUPPER, Benjamin (General)||Will probated at Marietta, Ohio July 18,
1792, Wife Huldah; children- Benjamin (youngest son a minor);
Anselm, Edwart White, Minerva, wife of Ichabod Nye. Witness: Joseph
Wood, Christopher Burlingame, Sukey Burlingame.|
Note: Cemetery record- Minerva (Tupper) Nye, daughter of General Benjamin Tupper, and wife of Ichabod Nye died 4-20-1836. She was a native of Chesterfield, Mass. Benjamin Tupper, Sr. born at Sharon (or Stoughton), Mass 1738- died 6-7-1792 aged 54 years- Member of Massachusetts Legislature from Chesterfield. Ref: D.A.R. Lineage book Vol 34- National # 33082.
Major Anselm Tupper, son of Benjamin Tupper, in Benjamin Tupper's 11th Regiment- Adjutant in Col Sproat's Regiment in 1799 at the age of 16 years. Born 10-17-1763 at Easton, Mass-died 12-25-1808.
Will made 10-5-1806, Probated April 1814. Children-
Anselm, Minerva (Nye), Edward White, Benjamin, Jr. Witness: Rufus Putnam,
Stephen Pierce, Wm. Rufus Putnam.|
Book 1, Page 256
Note: Cemetery record- Huldah Tupper Nye, child of Minerva and Ichabod Nye born 1805, died 1838.
|TUTTLE, Joel, Sr.||Of Fearing Township. Will made 1-24-1823, Probated
January 1823. Wife, Huldah; children- Joel, Linus, Esther, (Stephens),
Simeon, Millie (Gilbert) Lucy (Woodruff), Sally (West), and an adopted son
Preserved T. Leamon. Witness: Edward Postlewaite, Ruth Shreve, David
Book 2, Page 437
|TWOMBLEY, Joseph||Of Union Township. Will made 9-25-1841, Probated May
1842. Wife, Tryphena; children- Lydia, Josiah, Tryphena, Olive, James,
Deborah Chapman (Flanders), John Hallet, Isiah, William and Eliza
Twombley. Witness: Stephen Otis, Annis Spears.
Book 6, Page 311