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From: "Ruth A. McVey" <>
Subject: Re: GARVIN-D Digest V99 #9
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 13:43:58 -0800


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> GARVIN-D Digest Volume 99 : Issue 9
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> Today's Topics:
> #1 Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont []
> #2 Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont []
> #3 Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont []
> #4 Re: children of Thomas Garvin III []
> #5 Re: children of Thomas Garvin III [ (Jo Ann Rogers)]
> #6 Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont [ (Jo Ann Rogers)]
> #7 Re: children of Thomas Garvin III []
> #8 How many Garvin immigrants were th ["Marlene Clark" <.]
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> Subject: Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 12:10:47 EST
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> I would really lilke any information that you have in regard to Garvins in VT.
> I am looking for a John Garvin b. VT(according to obit) he died in 1867, age
> 54 in Coldwater, MI. He left at an early age and was in Elkhart, IN area for
> some time. His wife was Emily_____(no other information) They had a daughter
> Anna M. Garvin who may have beenborn in Knoxville, TN and migrated to
> Coldwater, MI in 1851, I am really researching all of the Garvins in VT that
> have a son John,. who knows, I may find my elusive gggf. Thanks Marion
> Stevens.
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> Subject: Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 15:27:22 EST
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> To:
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> Jeanette,
>
> I am hoping James and Sarah Garvin of Hartland, Windsor, VT are the parents of
> my Garvins. I am 99 % sure they are.
> I have from vital records the children of James and Sarah:
> John Garvin b 10 Jul 1790 all born in Hartland, Windsor, VT
> Sara b 16 Jun 1792
> Deborah b 9 Apr 1794
> Moses b 2 May 1796 m 29 Nov 1818 Betsey Powers in Hardwick, Caledonia, VT
> (sister of my gt gt grandmother below) this Moses also went to Wisconsin with
> my Garvin line)
> Abigail b 24 Aug 1798
> Smith b 9 May 1801
> and my line who was not mention, but the vital records were recorded in 1801
> and my gt gt grandfather was born 1802 soooooooo.
>
> Allen (Alan) b 3 May 1802 VT m 14 Oct 1821 Hardwick, Caledonia, VT Elsey
> Powers (sister of above Betsey)
> their children:
> Samuel Smith (there is the Smith name from above) b 18 Feb 1825 all born in
> Hardwick, Caledonia, VT m Betsey Stetson
> George Riley b 14 Jul 1833 m Mary J. Brown
> William A. b 24 Jul 1835
> James Hobart b 9 Jan 1837 m Mary Ellen Rafter
> Charles Abram m widow of James Mary Ellen Rafter Garvin (my line)
> Daniel W. b 6 Oct 1842
> Nathaniel E b 25 May 1845 m Orpha Potts
>
> This is not all the dates of the marriages, but do you recoginize any of them?
>
> Lorna
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> Subject: Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 18:38:23 EST
> From:
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> I'm looking for a John Garvin who married a Hannah ? around 1800. Have you
> checked the Orange Cty marriage records? Your John would be the right age.
>
> Jeanette
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> Subject: Re: children of Thomas Garvin III
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 19:43:30 EST
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> In a message dated 1/7/99 9:09:03 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
>
> <<
> Hi Claud,
> I'd love to help fill the gaps for you. These Garvins are desc. from Thomas
> Garvin I, that came from Ireland approx. 1735 with siblings, Elizabeth, James,
> & David.
> Thomas II m. Elizabeth M. moved to SC and lived on Garvin's Creek,Etc.
>
> W >>
> Do you have any info on the children of these folks? I am seeking an Isaac
> Garvin, b. about 1760 in Pennsylvania or Virginia. The names of Thomas, David
> and James run heavily in the family! Thanks, Penny
>
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> Subject: Re: children of Thomas Garvin III
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 20:38:59 -0500 (EST)
> From: (Jo Ann Rogers)
> To:
>
> Hi Penny,
> I don't have an Isaac in the family until the last 3 generations, and they were named for a friend of the family in Indiana.
>
> Of the 3 sons, Thomas, James and David, I have nothing on what happened to David. Possibly your Isaac is desc from him. I believe he went to Vir. supposedly.
>
> Thomas got m. in 1744, so his children prob. would not be your needed person.
>
> Is any one out there desc. from David Garvin, b. 1701-1735?
>
> Jo Ann Rogers
>
> >In a message dated 1/7/99 9:09:03 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> >writes:
> >
> ><<
> > Hi Claud,
> > I'd love to help fill the gaps for you. These Garvins are desc. from Thomas
> >Garvin I, that came from Ireland approx. 1735 with siblings, Elizabeth, James,
> >& David.
> > Thomas II m. Elizabeth M. moved to SC and lived on Garvin's Creek,Etc.
> >
> > W >>
> >Do you have any info on the children of these folks? I am seeking an Isaac
> >Garvin, b. about 1760 in Pennsylvania or Virginia. The names of Thomas, David
> >and James run heavily in the family! Thanks, Penny
> >
> >
>
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> Subject: Re: Garvins in Orange Co., Vermont
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 21:00:06 -0500 (EST)
> From: (Jo Ann Rogers)
> To:
>
> Jeanette,
> In my database, I have Hannah Hogdon m. to John Garvin 29 Nov. 1821.
> Children:
>
> James
> Elizabeth K.
> John A.
> Lydia
> Sylvester
> Horace P.
>
> Is this the one you are looking for?
> This John was born in Maine 23 Nov 1792
>
> Jo Ann
>
> >I'm looking for a John Garvin who married a Hannah ? around 1800. Have you
> >checked the Orange Cty marriage records? Your John would be the right age.
> >
> > Jeanette
> >
> >
>
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> Subject: Re: children of Thomas Garvin III
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 22:07:00 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> In a message dated 1/9/99 5:39:39 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
>
> <<
> Of the 3 sons, Thomas, James and David, I have nothing on what happened to
> David. Possibly your Isaac is desc from him. I believe he went to Vir.
> supposedly.
>
> Thomas got m. in 1744, so his children prob. would not be your needed person.
>
> Is any one out there desc. from David Garvin, b. 1701-1735?
>
> Jo Ann Rogers
> >>
> Here is some info which might be of interest. It is from "Kentucky: A
> History of the State" published 1886.
>
> Robert T. Garvin was born December 6, 1825, in Hart County, Kentucky. He is
> the second of two sons of Valentine and Mary A. Garvin. Valentine Garvin was
> born in Rockingham County, VA in September, 1796. Moved to Kentucky as a
> child with parents. Valentine's parents were David and Barbara (Baughman)
> Garvin, both born in Virginia. David was the son of Isaac Garvin, who
> emigrated from Ireland when a young man and settled in Virginia about 1745.
> His wife was a native of Wales.
>
> I suspect that my Isaac was a son of the immigrant Isaac, and brother to this
> David Garvin. I could be wrong, naturally! Penny
>
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> Subject: How many Garvin immigrants were there?
> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 22:34:05 -0600
> From: "Marlene Clark" <>
> To:
>
> I have some old family group sheets (not mine) that I cannot bring myself to
> toss out.
>
> One is of William Garvin (son of John & Agnes Semple) b. 8 Jan 1852 in
> Dunbartonshire, Scotland m. to Mary Bossert Hewitt in Philadelphia Co., PA
> and their children b. in Philadelphia Co.,PA
>
> One is Mathew Garvin b. 1787-9 in PA m. Isabelle Crooks in Ohio and their
> children were born in Ohio.
>
> One is his son, James Garvin b. 1820 in Ohio m. Jane Shepherd in Ohio,
> children born in Ohio, Iowa and Kansas.
>
> One is Shepherd Garvin b. 1856 in Delaware Co., Iowa m Florence Pillsbury in
> Iowa and their children b. in Iowa.
>
> One is George W. Garvin (son of Robert) b. 1841 near Glasgow, Scotland m. in
> Salina, Kansas Henrietta Kenison & children b. in KS.
>
> One is George Riley Garvin (s/o Orbin & Elsie May) b. 1833 in Vt. m. in
> Wisconsin Mary Jane Brown and died in Florida. Children born in Wisconsin.
>
> It seems that once the Garvins reached the shores of the U.S., many of them
> really moved west quickly. Looking again at a copy of the index to the 1810
> census of KY, there were already 5 Garvins -- Archibald in Garrard Co.,
> David in Barren Co., John in Casey Co., another John in Garrard Co., another
> John in Muhlenberg Co., and Thomas in Christian Co. I guess the George W.
> born in Scotland and married in Kansas for moving west quickly.
>
> If anyone is interested in any of the above, just e-mail me direct.
>
> Marlene
>

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