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From: Gregory Morley <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Quaker families from Bush River to Ohio and Indiana
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 15:11:55 -0500
Your data matches my source:
Hannah Stubbs (dt. Jane Jones and John Stubbs, (s. John and Esther
(Maddock) Stubbs)) b. 3-11-1792 m. Abner Scott or A. Elliott [sic].
Source: Jones, C. B. (1951). Jones and related families.
Not sure why Abner Scott is noted.
On Jun 11, 2008, at 12:25 PM, marsha moses wrote:
> When I saw Preble County, Ohio I automatically thought of the Stubbs
> family even before I finished reading the rest of your message. My
> 4-gr-grandfather, Nehemiah McKinsey married Catherine Elliott in
> County, Ohio in 1816. Catherine's family came from Randolph County,
> North Caroline via Lost Creek in TN....they also had a brief interlude
> in Montgomery County, VA during and just after the Revolution.
> Catherine had an older brother named Abner Elliott who married Hannah
> Stubbs in Warren County, Ohio in 1813. Here is what I have on the
> Stubbs family in my data base:
> Abner Elliott who married Hannah Stubbs in Warren County, Ohio.
> remained in Prebble County for many years before moving on into
> by 1840. The rest of my Elliott family moved on into Indiana just
> Catherine's marriage in Ohio.
>> 26 AUG 1813 in Warren Co., Ohio
>> that information from:Warren CO., OH Marriage Records 1803-1834 VOL 1
>> Author: Willard Heiss
>> Father: John STUBBS Jr b: 01 FEB 1762 in Hillsborough, Orange County,
>> North Carolina
>> Mother: Jane JONES b: 22 JUN 1764 in Wrightsborough, Columbia (now
>> McDuffie) County, Georgia
>> Marriage 1 Abner ELLIOTT
>> 1. John ELLIOTT (first child after father's father)
>> 2. Abraham ELLIOTT(second child mother's father)
>> 3. Joab ELLIOTT(third child after brother of Abner)
>> 4. Eleazer ELLIOTT(fourth child after Eleazer
>> Elmore--brother-in-law of Abner)
>> 5. Levi ELLIOTT(don't recognize Levi)
>> 6. Matilda ELLIOTT
>> 8. Mary ELLIOTT
>> 9. Hannah ELLIOTT(named after mother)
>> I think that Abner can be found in Indiana in the 1840 census between
>> the age of 50 and 60 in Henry County, Indiana
> There is a lot of information on the Stubbs family in theGenealogical
> and Biographical Record of Prebble County, Ohio that I looked at in
> Ohio Arichives in Nov 2004. 977.171 B52
> If the Thomas J. Stubbs for whom the biography is set forth is related
> to John Stubbs --and everything fits quite well....Hannah's father
> family was originally from the Chester area of Pennsylvania and they
> were Quakers. John Stubbs, fourth child of Thomas and Mary Minor
> moved from PA to NC in 1755 and there married Esther Maddock. In 1768
> they moved to a point within about thirty miles of Augusta, Georgia*,
> where they both died. All of their children moved to the southwestern
> part of Ohio except for Jesse who settled only about forty miles away
> but in Indiana.
> *They were in the group at Wrightsboro, GA that moved en masse from
> Wrightsboro to Ohio.
> Hannah was a Quaker and it mentioned that she confessed for
> marrying out
> of unity. The Elliotts had been Quakers....but somewhere along the
> had no longer been members of the established Quaker church.
> Gregory Morley wrote:
>> Children by John Townsend, Jr.:
>> 359. WILLIAM HINDS b. 11-29-1827 Elkton, Preble Co. (O.)
>> 360. JAMES b. 6-20-1829
>> 361. ELVIRA C. b. Cass Co., Mich., 3-8-1833
>> 362. LYDIA b. 1-25-1835, d. 10-11-1835
>> 363. GEORGE J. b. Cass Co., Mich., 4-18-1831
>> Children by William Lindsey:
>> 364. SARAH EMMA b. 3-11-1846 Cass Co., Mich.
>> 365. REBECCA b. 10-17-1848, d. 10-29-1883, m. J. O. Smith
>> Regarding Stubbs, yes, I do see where several John and Elivra Cain
>> Townsend children marry Stubbs'. William is one example, another
>> example is Joseph Stubbs m. 4-18-1818 Sarah Townsend b. 1800 S.C.
>> John and Elivra (Cain) Townsend) Elk (O.) M.M., gct Medford (Ind.)
>> M.M.9-20-1834. It's evident that Sarah and John Jr. are
>> brother-sister. In addition, Joseph Stubbs and Sarah named one of
>> their sons John Townsend b. 7-23-1835.
>> I don't have sources on John Townsend and Elizabeth Pearson but it
>> seems to me that we've identified at least four generations of John
>> Gregory Morley
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