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Fannie Ward Hagerman1 (F)
b. 18 October 1844, d. 29 June 1925
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     Fannie Ward Hagerman was born on 18 October 1844. She was the daughter of William Hagerman and Mary Bealby. Fannie Ward Hagerman married Enos Kelso Fluke, son of Henry Fluke and Margaret Switzer, in September 1869 at near Windsor, Richland, Ohio.2 Fannie Ward Hagerman died on 29 June 1925 at age 80. She and Enos Kelso Fluke Marriage probably took place at either wife's home in Windsor, Richland, Ohio or husband's home near Orange, Ashland, Ohio.3

     Children of Fannie Ward Hagerman and Enos Kelso Fluke:
Mary Kathleen Fluke+   b. 19 May 1873, d. Feb 1964
Rossiter Fluke   b. 2 Feb 1875
Grace Dorothy 'Dot' Fluke   b. 3 Mar 1877
Helen Frances 'Tab' Fluke   b. 2 May 1880, d. a 1970
Margaret Fluke   b. 6 Feb 1886

Citations

  1. [S35] Adeline Hughes Hagerman, Hagerman Family Records.
  2. [S34] Memoirs of Enos K. Fluke, Typescript of 271 pages, 1932-1935 Dean Blackmar Krafft, p. 61.
  3. [S34] Memoirs of Enos K. Fluke, Typescript of 271 pages, 1932-1935 Dean Blackmar Krafft, p. 58.

Gilbert Hagerman1 (M)
b. circa 1765, d. 30 November 1826
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      Gilbert Hagerman was also known as Guisbert Hagerman.1 He was born circa 1765 at Hunterdon, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.1 Gilbert Hagerman died on 30 November 1826 at Nelson, Kentucky.1

Citations

  1. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

Hamlin Hunt Hagerman (M)
b. 11 July 1849
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     Hamlin Hunt Hagerman was born on 11 July 1849. He died. He was the son of William Hagerman and Mary Bealby.


    James Hagerman1 (M)
    b. November 1758, d. April 1840
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         James Hagerman was born in November 1758 at Hunterdon, New Jersey.1,2 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.3 James fought in the Virginia Line during the American Revolution, enlisting in Loudoun County in 1775. His pension file included a long and detailed account of his service under Captain Triplett. But for many months, James saw no battle action at all, only skirmishes. At the end of the war, he guarded prisoners at Winchester.
    James and Aram Hagerman were on the 1777 tax lists in Shelburn Parish in Loudoun County; in 1779 and 1781 they were listed along with Cornelius Hagerman (Aram was called Aaron). (Ruth and Sam Sparacio. Virginia County Court Records. Tithables, Loudoun County, Virginia. McLean, Virginia. Antient Press. 1992. pp. 35, 63, 94.) In 1800 James appeared on the Loudoun County, Virginia Tax List in the District of Stacy Taylor, the same district where John Hatcher lived. (The Virginia Genealogist. Vol. 37. p. 49.)
    In James's pension file he stated that he moved to Ohio around 1807 and lived in Belmont and Richland Counties. According to other sources, James was one of the early pioneer settlers of Richland Township in Belmont County and was living there at least by 1809. (J. A. Caldwell. History of Belmont and Jefferson Counties, Ohio. Wheeling, West Virginia. Historical Publishing Company. 1880. p. 248.)
    In 1816 James moved to Richland County, Ohio; in 1836 he and Abigail and their son John J. moved to Williams County, settling in Section # 33, just west of Joseph Powell's place. This Masters Corners area later became part of Fulton County. (A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.)
    In 1818 James provided a list of his possessions: no land, 1 mare, 2 cows, tea kettle, a dutch oven, and bucket. All his worldly possessions were valued at $70. He was infirm and nearly blind at the end of his life. (Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.) James's son-in-law Mahlon Hatcher signed an affidavit that was included in the file. In the Pension Roll of 1841, James was still alive in April of 1840, residing with his son John J. in Williams County.
    Fortunately for the descendants of James Hagerman, Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher sketched for her niece Nancy Jane Nichols Caldwell some of the details about the family of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb. In this letter Abigail mentions that there were five children in the family, as she was told by Pheby Hatcher, "I have heard her say maney [sic] times there was but five of them." The children were Benjamin, John, Pheby, William, and Joseph. (Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. circa 1895. Original.) So although a James Hagerman was listed in Loudoun County with James Hagerman on the personal property tax list in 1788, this James, who would have been born in 1772, when James Senior was 14, was not the child of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb. (Loudoun Co., Virginia Personal Property Tax List. 1788. p. 31. Virginia State Archives.).3
    James Hagerman married Abigail McNabb, daughter of William McNabb, circa 1785 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 James Hagerman died in April 1840 at Williams, Ohio, at age 81.1 He was buried after April 1840 at Rings Cemetery, Williams, Ohio.1

         Children of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb:
    Benjamin Hagerman   b. 13 Sep 1785, d. 15 Nov 1825
    Phebe Hagerman   b. 10 Aug 1786, d. 10 Jun 1859
    William Hagerman   b. 13 May 1791, d. 30 Dec 1857
    Joseph Hagerman+   b. 9 Oct 1792
    John J. Hagerman   b. 1 Jun 1796, d. 7 Sep 1846

    Citations

    1. [S163] Anita Silvey, "James Hagerman Family", Citations:
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      Tombstone transcriptions of Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Loudoun County Court Minute Book. Vol. 14. Abstract.
      Estate of B. Hagerman. Loudoun Co., VA. Vol. U. Roll 59. VSA. Copy.
      Belmont Chronicle. June 20, 1859.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Marriage Record. Belmont Co., Ohio. Vol. B. p. 1. Copy.
      Primary, 1850 U.S. Census, Waltham, MA, National Archive Branch, Belmont Co., OH (Union) f. 1553. p. 471. M-432. Roll 616.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family Records of Belmont Co. Ohio (Akron, OH: Powell, 1969), p. 244.
      Civil War Pension File. # 186683. National Archives. Copy.
      E-mail message from Kevin Kelbaugh. February 25, 1998.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Ohio 1860 Mortality Schedule. Microfilm T 1159. Roll 29. OU. Athens, OH.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family, p. 137.
      Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. December 15, 1895. Copy.
      Vogt and Kethley. Loudoun County Marriages 1760-1850. Iberian. p. 96.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Ohio Records and Pioneer Families. Vol 17. p. 98.
      Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records. 1981. OGS. p. 409.
      Transcription of tombstones in Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      A. W. Fisher History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      .
    2. [S307] Revolutionary War Pension File, S13313; James Hagerman of Va.; Pension records April 6, 1818-July 15, 1820, National Archives and Records Administration, states he was born in New Jersey in 1758.
    3. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

    James Osbun Hagerman1 (M)
    b. 15 June 1811
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         HAGERMAN, JAMES O., farmer; P. O. Mansfield; he was born in Belmont County in 1811, four years after his parents came to this county; he remained at home until 18 years old, when he went away to learn the carpenter trade; he followed that occupation until about two years ago, when his age prevented him from pursuing it farther. He is now 69 years old, and has raised a family of eleven children, four of whom are married; he sent two sons to the army in the late war, one of whom died there of typhoid fever; the other served his full term of three years; he was wounded in the arm while in the service; both the boys were in the 15th O. V. I; Mr. Hagerman's father served in the war of 1812, under Gen. Harrison; in following an old Indian trail that led to Fort Mackinaw; he thought at one time, while on the march, if he had 100 Gores of land as fine as he then viewed, it would be all he would want; in 1815, he entered that same land, and built his cabin there; Mr. H.'s house now occupies the site; this same year his father brought his family out; he died in 1822, leaving the family in the care of his wife and James; he aided his mother in their care, and now in his old age, sees with pleasure the work of, a long and busy life.2 James Osbun Hagerman was born on 15 June 1811 at Belmont Co., Ohio.1 He died. He was the son of Joseph Hagerman and Sarah Osbun.

    Citations

    1. [S37] IGI - LDS Member Sheets;.
    2. [S98] A.A. Graham, History of Richland County, p. 912.

    John Hagerman1 (M)
    b. circa 1764
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    Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

         John Hagerman was born circa 1764 at Hunterdon, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.1

    Citations

    1. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

    John J. Hagerman1 (M)
    b. 1 June 1796, d. 7 September 1846
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    Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

         In James Hagerman's pension file, James stated that he was living with his son John in Richland County. John J. Hagerman bought 40 acres of land in Richland County in 1823 and another 40 in 1833. The first school of Richland was built on the farm owned by Jacob Osbun, and John Hagerman served as teacher. (General Roeliff Brinkerhoff. A Pioneer History of Richland County, Ohio. 1993. p. 17. Copy)
    By 1840 John J. Hagerman resided in Williams County, Brady Township, and James lived with him. (Census of Pensioners 1841. p. 181.) This part of Williams County, Masters Corner, later became Fulton County. Meetings of the West Franklin United Methodist Church were held at cabins of the early settlers in this area, including John J. Hagerman. (Fulton County, Ohio. 1976. OGS. p. 110. Copy.)
    John and Sarah had five children: Abraham, Peter, William, James, and Phebe Ann, who was born in 1822 and married Joseph Bates. (A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.).1
    John J. Hagerman was born on 1 June 1796 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 He was the son of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb.1 John J. Hagerman married Sarah Pittenger on 17 November 1818 at Richland, Ohio.1 John J. Hagerman died on 7 September 1846 at Williams, Ohio, at age 50.1 He was buried after 7 September 1846 at Rings Cemetery, Williams, Ohio.1

    Citations

    1. [S163] Anita Silvey, "James Hagerman Family", Citations:
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      Tombstone transcriptions of Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Loudoun County Court Minute Book. Vol. 14. Abstract.
      Estate of B. Hagerman. Loudoun Co., VA. Vol. U. Roll 59. VSA. Copy.
      Belmont Chronicle. June 20, 1859.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Marriage Record. Belmont Co., Ohio. Vol. B. p. 1. Copy.
      Primary, 1850 U.S. Census, Waltham, MA, National Archive Branch, Belmont Co., OH (Union) f. 1553. p. 471. M-432. Roll 616.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family Records of Belmont Co. Ohio (Akron, OH: Powell, 1969), p. 244.
      Civil War Pension File. # 186683. National Archives. Copy.
      E-mail message from Kevin Kelbaugh. February 25, 1998.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Ohio 1860 Mortality Schedule. Microfilm T 1159. Roll 29. OU. Athens, OH.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family, p. 137.
      Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. December 15, 1895. Copy.
      Vogt and Kethley. Loudoun County Marriages 1760-1850. Iberian. p. 96.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Ohio Records and Pioneer Families. Vol 17. p. 98.
      Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records. 1981. OGS. p. 409.
      Transcription of tombstones in Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      A. W. Fisher History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      .

    Joseph Hagerman1 (M)
    b. 9 October 1792
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         Joseph Hagerman fought in the War of 1812, serving as an officer in Captain Joseph Holmes's Company from Jefferson County, Ohio. (Ohio Record and Pioneer Families. Vol. 24. p. 69.) While marching with General Harrison, Joseph followed an old Indian trail that led to Fort Mackinaw; he looked at the land and thought that if he owned a 100 acres of such fine land, it would be all he could ever want. In 1815 he found that same land in Richland County and built a cabin there. Joseph's son James Osbun continued to live on the land and built his own house there. (A. A. Graham. History of Richland County, Ohio. Mansfield, Ohio. 1880. p. 912.) Joseph was one of the earliest settlers in Weller Township, Richland County. (General Roeliff Brinkerhoff. A Pioneer History of Richland County, Ohio. 1993. p. 92. Copy)
    Joseph and Sarah were the parents of James Osbun, who married Nancy Pittenger and Catherine L. Robinson; Rev. Samuel, Elizabeth Hiles; William, Mary Barlun, Mary Grimes Bealby, and Elizabeth Hiltabiddle; Sarah; Abigail, Ransom I. Osbun and Thomas W. Taylor. After Joseph died, Sarah married John Hundley in January of 1825; he died in February of that year. She later married Jacob Holmes in 1837. (Family group sheet from William A. Roberts; E-mail messages from Ron Stroup. September 23 and 30, 1994.).2
    Joseph Hagerman was born on 9 October 1792 at Loudoun, Virginia.2 He was the son of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb.2 Joseph Hagerman married Sarah Osbun, daughter of Samuel Osbun and Sarah Jane Holmes, in 1810 at Richland Co., Ohio.2,3 Joseph Hagerman Died at age 34. He died circa 1820 at Richland, Ohio.4 He was buried after 10 November 1820 at Pittenger Cemetery, Richland, Ohio.2

         Children of Joseph Hagerman and Sarah Osbun:
    James Osbun Hagerman   b. 15 Jun 1811
    Samuel Hagerman   b. 12 Nov 1815, d. 30 Aug 1884
    William Hagerman+   b. 9 Jan 1817, d. 9 Apr 1890
    Abigail Hagerman   b. 1821

    Citations

    1. [S37] IGI - LDS Member Sheets;.
    2. [S163] Anita Silvey, "James Hagerman Family", Citations:
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
      A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      Tombstone transcriptions of Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Loudoun County Court Minute Book. Vol. 14. Abstract.
      Estate of B. Hagerman. Loudoun Co., VA. Vol. U. Roll 59. VSA. Copy.
      Belmont Chronicle. June 20, 1859.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Marriage Record. Belmont Co., Ohio. Vol. B. p. 1. Copy.
      Primary, 1850 U.S. Census, Waltham, MA, National Archive Branch, Belmont Co., OH (Union) f. 1553. p. 471. M-432. Roll 616.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family Records of Belmont Co. Ohio (Akron, OH: Powell, 1969), p. 244.
      Civil War Pension File. # 186683. National Archives. Copy.
      E-mail message from Kevin Kelbaugh. February 25, 1998.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
      Ohio 1860 Mortality Schedule. Microfilm T 1159. Roll 29. OU. Athens, OH.
      Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family, p. 137.
      Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. December 15, 1895. Copy.
      Vogt and Kethley. Loudoun County Marriages 1760-1850. Iberian. p. 96.
      Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
      Ohio Records and Pioneer Families. Vol 17. p. 98.
      Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records. 1981. OGS. p. 409.
      Transcription of tombstones in Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
      A. W. Fisher History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
      .
    3. [S35] Adeline Hughes Hagerman, Hagerman Family Records.
    4. [S98] A.A. Graham, History of Richland County, p. 912.

    Joseph Hagerman1 (M)
    b. 24 October 1756, d. circa 1760
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         Joseph Hagerman was born on 24 October 1756 at Readington Reformed Church, Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.1 Joseph Hagerman died circa 1760.1

    Citations

    1. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

    Joseph Hagerman1 (M)
    b. 25 May 1769, d. 18 February 1846
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         Joseph Hagerman was born on 25 May 1769 at Hunterdon, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.1 Joseph Hagerman died on 18 February 1846 at Warren, Kentucky, at age 76.1

    Citations

    1. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

    Oliver Summers Hagerman (M)
    b. 6 February 1847
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         Oliver Summers Hagerman was born on 6 February 1847. He died. He was the son of William Hagerman and Mary Bealby.


      Phebe Hagerman1 (F)
      b. 10 August 1786, d. 10 June 1859
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      Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           Phebe Hagerman was born on 10 August 1786 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb.1 Phebe Hagerman married Mahlon Hatcher on 12 July 1806 at Belmont, Ohio.1 Phebe Hagerman died on 10 June 1859 at Belmont, Ohio, at age 72.1 She was buried after 10 June 1859 at Lloydsville Cemetery, Belmont, Ohio.1

      Citations

      1. [S163] Anita Silvey, "James Hagerman Family", Citations:
        Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
        Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
        A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
        Tombstone transcriptions of Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
        Loudoun County Court Minute Book. Vol. 14. Abstract.
        Estate of B. Hagerman. Loudoun Co., VA. Vol. U. Roll 59. VSA. Copy.
        Belmont Chronicle. June 20, 1859.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Marriage Record. Belmont Co., Ohio. Vol. B. p. 1. Copy.
        Primary, 1850 U.S. Census, Waltham, MA, National Archive Branch, Belmont Co., OH (Union) f. 1553. p. 471. M-432. Roll 616.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family Records of Belmont Co. Ohio (Akron, OH: Powell, 1969), p. 244.
        Civil War Pension File. # 186683. National Archives. Copy.
        E-mail message from Kevin Kelbaugh. February 25, 1998.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Ohio 1860 Mortality Schedule. Microfilm T 1159. Roll 29. OU. Athens, OH.
        Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family, p. 137.
        Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. December 15, 1895. Copy.
        Vogt and Kethley. Loudoun County Marriages 1760-1850. Iberian. p. 96.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
        Ohio Records and Pioneer Families. Vol 17. p. 98.
        Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records. 1981. OGS. p. 409.
        Transcription of tombstones in Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
        A. W. Fisher History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
        .

      Samuel Hagerman1 (M)
      b. 12 November 1815, d. 30 August 1884
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      Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           Samuel Hagerman was born on 12 November 1815 at Richland Co., Ohio.1 He was the son of Joseph Hagerman and Sarah Osbun. Samuel Hagerman died on 30 August 1884 at age 68.1

      Citations

      1. [S37] IGI - LDS Member Sheets;.

      Tunis Hagerman1 (M)
      b. 6 October 1778, d. after 1812
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      Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

            Tunis Hagerman was also known as Dennis Hagerman.1 He was born on 6 October 1778 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 He was the son of Aram Hagerman and Phebe Swart.1 Tunis Hagerman died after 1812 at Bullitt, Kentucky.1

      Citations

      1. [S224] Anita Silvey, "Aram Hagerman Family Group Sheet".

      William Hagerman1 (M)
      b. 9 January 1817, d. 9 April 1890
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      Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

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           HAGERMAN, WILLIAM, farmer; P.O. West Windsor. The parents of Mr. Hagerman emigrated to Harrison Co., Ohio, from Virginia in 1815; soon after that, they came to this county where they continue to reside. His father, Joseph Hagerman. served in the war of 1812, under Gen. Harrison; Mr. Hagerman was born the same year his parents came West; his father died when he was but 3 years of age, and he was in consequence deprived of his care, and could get but little time to attend schools. He was always in school when he could attend, and enjoyed the sports of the juveniles then with a hearty relish. He had often participated in " barring out " the teacher, a practice then much in vogue. He was also quite a hunter in his day, and could trap and hunt with any one. His mother brought up the family as well as the circumstances of the times and her situation would permit. He had five brothers and sisters; he remembers an incident of his brothers which is worth preserving: Coming home from one of the neighbors one day, he saw in a clearing an old chestnut stump, thirty or forty feet high, one of whose topmost snags had been set on fire by some means. The boy imagined the fire to be the devil, and ran home as fast as his legs could carry him, to narrate the news and get the gun, with which to dispatch his majesty; his mother, however, quieted him and dispelled the illusion, though the boy stoutly affirmed for some time he was not mistaken. When Mr. Hagerman was 18 years old, he was apprenticed to the carpenter's trade; after learning it, he married Mary Bealby in 1844; her parents emigrated to this county from England in 1824; soon after he married, Mr. Hagerman moved to the farm he now owns, which he has highly improved, and made a comfortable and convenient home; Mr. and Mrs. Hagerman have raised six children, five boys and one girl, of whom four are married; one son, Oliver Hagerman, was in the war of the late rebellion, in the 100-days service. William Hagerman has been honored with the office of Justice of the Peace twice, and with the Treasurer of the township.2 William Hagerman was born on 9 January 1817 at Richland Co., Ohio. He was the son of Joseph Hagerman and Sarah Osbun. William Hagerman married Mary Bealby, daughter of (?) Bealby and (?) (?), on 7 November 1841 at Richland Co., Ohio. William Hagerman died on 9 April 1890 at age 73. He Farmer and good carpenter. Children are named for Methodist ministers. He (Research):From Richland Co., OH USGenWeb page on 12/31/98: HAGERMAN --- William HAGERMAN .... Son of Jospeh HAGERMAN. His parents emigrated to Harrison County, Ohio, from Virginia in 1815. Soon afterwards they came to Richland County where they continue to reside. Mr. HAGERMAN was born the same year his parents came west. Married Mary BEALBY in 1844. This is a summary of a biography found in: History of Richland County, Ohio... published in 1880 by A. A. Graham & Company, Mansfield, OH. This book is held by the Richland County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 3823, Mansfield, OH 44907-0823.

           Children of William Hagerman and Mary Bealby:
      Austin Quigley Hagerman   b. 12 Sep 1842
      Fannie Ward Hagerman+   b. 18 Oct 1844, d. 29 Jun 1925
      Oliver Summers Hagerman   b. 6 Feb 1847
      Hamlin Hunt Hagerman   b. 11 Jul 1849
      Charles Elliot Hagerman   b. 16 Jun 1851
      Edward Thomson Hagerman   b. 1 Mar 1857

      Citations

      1. [S35] Adeline Hughes Hagerman, Hagerman Family Records.
      2. [S98] A.A. Graham, History of Richland County, p. 912.

      William Hagerman1 (M)
      b. 13 May 1791, d. 30 December 1857
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      Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           William Hagerman was born on 13 May 1791 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 He was the son of James Hagerman and Abigail McNabb.1 William Hagerman married Elizabeth Eleanor Jenkins on 28 January 1817 at Loudoun, Virginia.1 William Hagerman died on 30 December 1857 at Muskingum, Ohio, at age 66.1 He was buried after 30 December 1857 at Mt. Sterling, Hopewell Twp., Muskingum, Ohio.1

      Citations

      1. [S163] Anita Silvey, "James Hagerman Family", Citations:
        Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
        Revolutionary War Pension File. # S-13313. National Archives. Copy.
        A. W. Fisher. History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
        Tombstone transcriptions of Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
        Loudoun County Court Minute Book. Vol. 14. Abstract.
        Estate of B. Hagerman. Loudoun Co., VA. Vol. U. Roll 59. VSA. Copy.
        Belmont Chronicle. June 20, 1859.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Marriage Record. Belmont Co., Ohio. Vol. B. p. 1. Copy.
        Primary, 1850 U.S. Census, Waltham, MA, National Archive Branch, Belmont Co., OH (Union) f. 1553. p. 471. M-432. Roll 616.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family Records of Belmont Co. Ohio (Akron, OH: Powell, 1969), p. 244.
        Civil War Pension File. # 186683. National Archives. Copy.
        E-mail message from Kevin Kelbaugh. February 25, 1998.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. January 15, 1896. Original.
        Ohio 1860 Mortality Schedule. Microfilm T 1159. Roll 29. OU. Athens, OH.
        Esther Weygandt Powell, Tombstone Inscriptions & Family, p. 137.
        Letter from Adaline T. (Barnes) Hatcher. December 15, 1895. Copy.
        Vogt and Kethley. Loudoun County Marriages 1760-1850. Iberian. p. 96.
        Letter from Richard Wynkoop. December 26, 1895. Copy.
        Ohio Records and Pioneer Families. Vol 17. p. 98.
        Richland County, Ohio Cemetery Records. 1981. OGS. p. 409.
        Transcription of tombstones in Rings Cemetery, p. 187.
        A. W. Fisher History of Masters Corners, Fulton Co., Ohio. p. 14.
        .

      Charlotte Haley1 (F)
      d. 13 May 1859
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           Charlotte Haley was the daughter of William Haley and Elizabeth Henrietta Forrester.1 Charlotte Haley died on 13 May 1859.1

      Citations

      1. [S172] Jr. Benjamin J. West, History of the West and Mitchell Families, p. 18.

      Harriet Haley1 (F)
      b. circa 1768, d. 7 February 1851
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           Harriet Haley was born circa 1768.1 She was the daughter of William Haley and Elizabeth Henrietta Forrester.1 Harriet Haley married Charles Ghequier.1 Harriet Haley died on 7 February 1851.1

      Citations

      1. [S172] Jr. Benjamin J. West, History of the West and Mitchell Families, p. 18.

      Nancy Haley1 (F)
      b. 21 September 1763, d. 19 December 1851
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Harold Dean Krafft

            Nancy Haley was also known as Ann Hailey.1 She was born on 21 September 1763 at Cecil, Maryland.1 She was the daughter of William Haley and Elizabeth Henrietta Forrester. Nancy Haley married Rev. Edward Mitchell, son of James Mitchell and Mary Pryor, on 26 August 1784 at Charlestown, Cecil, Maryland.2,3 Nancy Haley and Rev. Edward Mitchell moved to On James River, 5 miles from the Natural Bridge, Botetourt, Virginia in 1787.3 Nancy Haley died on 19 December 1851 at St. Clair, Illinois, at age 88. She was buried at Mitchell Family Cemetery, Amann Farm, 3280 Mascoutah Avenue, Belleville, St. Clair, Illinois.

           Children of Nancy Haley and Rev. Edward Mitchell:
      James Mitchell+   b. 11 Nov 1785, d. 24 Feb 1870
      Mary Mitchell+   b. 7 Mar 1787, d. 5 Mar 1829
      Nancy Mitchell   b. 8 Aug 1788, d. 1871
      Elizabeth Henrietta Mitchell   b. 19 Dec 1789, d. 7 Oct 1815
      Frances Mitchell+   b. 21 Feb 1791, d. 24 Aug 1819
      Sophia Mitchell   b. 27 Mar 1793, d. 1872
      Edward Mitchell   b. 13 Dec 1794, d. 12 Sep 1836
      Susan Mitchell   b. 10 Jun 1796, d. 15 Feb 1885
      William Henry Mitchell M.D.   b. 6 Apr 1798, d. 1880
      Samuel Mitchell   b. 9 Nov 1799, d. 1 Mar 1879
      Sarah 'Sally' Mitchell   b. 1801
      Ellen Mitchell   b. 1806, d. b 1837

      Citations

      1. [S64] Edward Mitchell, Photocopy of original file, W23991, Copy of Edward Mitchell's Bible by his son James Mitchell.
      2. [S64] Edward Mitchell, Photocopy of original file, W23991, Affidavit of Ann Mitchell, Widow on June 8, 1850.
      3. [S172] Jr. Benjamin J. West, History of the West and Mitchell Families, p. 17.

      William Haley1 (M)
      b. 1737, d. 1818
      Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Harold Dean Krafft

           William Haley was born in 1737 at Cecil, Maryland.1 He married Elizabeth Henrietta Forrester, daughter of George Forrester, on 23 October 1755 at Shrewsbury Parish, Kent, Maryland. William Haley died in 1818 at Botetourt, Virginia.1,2 He Revolutionary War: enlisted, 1777, from Kent, Maryland, under Capt. William Henry Served as private, 1780, in the 6th Maryland regiment.1,2

           Children of William Haley and Elizabeth Henrietta Forrester:
      Charlotte Haley   d. 13 May 1859
      Nancy Haley+   b. 21 Sep 1763, d. 19 Dec 1851
      Harriet Haley   b. c 1768, d. 7 Feb 1851

      Citations

      1. [S65] Unknown applied to, unknown subject, Mrs. Gertrude Garland Reece - DAR ID Number: 81249.
      2. [S65] Unknown applied to, unknown subject, Mrs. Eleanor Florence Cupp Rawlings - DAR ID Number: 103806.

      Abigail Hall1 (F)
      b. 8 November 1745
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Beatrice Blackmar

           Abigail Hall was born on 8 November 1745 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1 Abigail Hall married Nathaniel Stanley, son of Nathaniel Stanley and Sarah Blackington, on 28 March 1770 at Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine.1,3 Abigail Hall and Nathaniel Stanley were original members and adopters of the covenant on 4 September 1776 at Congregational Church, Winthrop, Maine.4

           Children of Abigail Hall and Nathaniel Stanley:
      Nathaniel Stanley   b. 4 Jul 1772, d. b 1851
      Patty Stanley   b. 21 Nov 1775, d. 19 Aug 1787
      Col. Nathan Stanley+   b. 13 Apr 1777, d. 6 Mar 1859

      Citations

      1. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003.
      2. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.
      3. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 609.
      4. [S257] David Thurston, History of Winthrop, p. 221.

      Abijah Hall1 (M)
      b. 18 July 1730
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

           Abijah Hall was born on 18 July 1730 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

      Citations

      1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

      Benjamin Hall1,2 (M)
      b. 7 August 1668, d. 25 August 1726
      Pop-up Pedigree
      Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Beatrice Blackmar

           Benjamin Hall was born on 7 August 1668 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Edward Hall and Hester (?).3,2 Benjamin Hall married Sarah Fisher, daughter of Cornelius Fisher and Sarah Everett, on 9 January 1691/92 at Wrentham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.3,4,2 Benjamin Hall died on 25 August 1726 at Wrentham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, at age 58.1

           Child of Benjamin Hall and Sarah Fisher:
      Preserved Hall+   b. 28 Nov 1706, d. 1780

      Citations

      1. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003.
      2. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.
      3. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003, Cites History of the Town of Peru, Oxford, Maine - 1789 to 1911, Author: Hollis Turner (1912),p. 153
        .
      4. [S243] Unknown subject, NE Marriages, HALL, Benjamin & Sarah FISHER; 9 Jan 169-, 1691/2, 1692; Wrentham.

      Edward Hall1 (M)
      d. 27 November 1670
      Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Beatrice Blackmar

           Edward Hall was born at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.1 He married Hester (?).1,2 Edward Hall died on 27 November 1670 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.1,3

           Child of Edward Hall and Hester (?):
      Benjamin Hall+   b. 7 Aug 1668, d. 25 Aug 1726

      Citations

      1. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003, Cites History of the Town of Peru, Oxford, Maine - 1789 to 1911, Author: Hollis Turner (1912),p. 153
        .
      2. [S243] Unknown subject, NE Marriages, HALL, Edward (-1670) & Esther/Hester _____, m/2? Thomas JORDAN 1674; by 1651; Braintree/Duxbury/Taunton?/ Bridgewater?.
      3. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

      Elizabeth Hall1 (F)
      b. 1602
      Relationship=10th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Harold Dean Krafft

           Elizabeth Hall was born in 1602 at England.1 She married Francis Godfrey in 1621 at England.1 Elizabeth Hall died.

           Child of Elizabeth Hall and Francis Godfrey:
      Elizabeth Godfrey+   b. 1625, d. 1 Nov 1680

      Citations

      1. [S68] Ancestry World Tree, Ancestry.com, Dec 22, 1998.

      Ellenor Hall (F)
      Relationship=8th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

      Appears on charts:
           Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

           Ellenor Hall married Henry Hornbuckle, son of Henry Hornbuckle and Margery (?).

           Children of Ellenor Hall and Henry Hornbuckle:
      Thomas Hornbuckle   b. 1695
      Richard Hornbuckle+   b. c 1697, d. 29 Jul 1747


        Esther Hall1 (F)
        b. 16 April 1734
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Esther Hall was born on 16 April 1734 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

        Jeremiah Hall1 (M)
        b. 16 June 1738
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Jeremiah Hall was born on 16 June 1738 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

        Jonathan Hall1 (M)
        b. 7 February 1735/36
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Jonathan Hall was born on 7 February 1735/36 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

        Josiah Hall1 (M)
        b. 16 May 1743
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Josiah Hall was born on 16 May 1743 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

        Nathan Hall1 (M)
        b. 4 September 1740, d. 26 October 1775
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Nathan Hall was born on 4 September 1740 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1 Nathan Hall died on 26 October 1775 at Winthrop, Maine, at age 35.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407-8.

        Preserved Hall1 (M)
        b. 28 November 1706, d. 1780
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

        Appears on charts:
             Pedigree for Beatrice Blackmar

             Preserved Hall was born on 28 November 1706 at Wrentham, Norfolk, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the son of Benjamin Hall and Sarah Fisher.1,3 Preserved Hall married Abigail Whitney, daughter of Josiah Whitney, on 10 September 1729 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.2,3,4 Preserved Hall died in 1780 at Hallowell, Kennebec, Maine.1

             Children of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney:
        Abijah Hall   b. 18 Jul 1730
        Timothy Hall   b. 29 Apr 1732
        Esther Hall   b. 16 Apr 1734
        Jonathan Hall   b. 7 Feb 1735/36
        Jeremiah Hall   b. 16 Jun 1738
        Nathan Hall   b. 4 Sep 1740, d. 26 Oct 1775
        Josiah Hall   b. 16 May 1743
        Abigail Hall+   b. 8 Nov 1745

        Citations

        1. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003.
        2. [S223] Craig Bryant, 1 Feb 2003, Cites History of the Town of Peru, Oxford, Maine - 1789 to 1911, Author: Hollis Turner (1912),p. 153
          .
        3. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.
        4. [S250] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Descendants of John Whitney, p. 35, #167: Abigail4 WHITNEY was born 22 May 1708, according to Wrentham vital records. Her marriage to Preserved HALL occurred on 10 Sep 1729, not 20 Sep 1729, according to Wrentham vital records. They had nine children recorded in Wrentham..

        Timothy Hall1 (M)
        b. 29 April 1732
        Pop-up Pedigree
        Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Timothy Hall was born on 29 April 1732 at Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Preserved Hall and Abigail Whitney.1

        Citations

        1. [S249] Everett S. Stackpole, History of Winthrop, p. 407.

        Alice Halys1 (F)
        Relationship=20th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

             Alice Halys married Thomas Plantagenet of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk, son of Edward I of England King of England and Marguerite of France.1

             Child of Alice Halys and Thomas Plantagenet of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk:
        Margaret Plantagenet Duchess of Norfolk+   d. 24 Mar 1398

        Citations

        1. [S222] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, 7th ed., line 16, p. 20.

        Warren Clement Hamburg (M)
        b. 17 November 1899

             Warren Clement Hamburg was born on 17 November 1899. He married Irene Louise Krafft, daughter of Edwin James Krafft and Jennette Cordelia Dean, on 12 September 1923. Warren Clement Hamburg died.


          Elizabeth Hammond1 (F)
          b. 6 July 1740, d. 23 August 1814

               Elizabeth Hammond was born on 6 July 1740 at Woodstock, Connecticut.1 She married Benjamin Seamans, son of John Seamans and Priscilla Wood, on 19 April 1759 at Scituate, Rhode Island.1 Elizabeth Hammond died on 23 August 1814 at age 74.1

          Citations

          1. [S217] John Julian Lawton, The Seamans Family in America, p. 3, 10.

          Jane Hardin (F)

               Jane Hardin married WIlliam Lucullus Hornbuckle, son of William Hornbuckle, in 1770 at Calloway Co., Missouri.


            Juliana Harker1 (F)
            b. WFT Est 1551 1576, d. WFT Est 1608 1666
            Relationship=10th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

            Appears on charts:
                 Pedigree for Harold Dean Krafft

                 Juliana Harker was born WFT Est 1551 1576.1 She married James Eggleston WFT Est 1578 1605.1 Juliana Harker died WFT Est 1608 1666.1

                 Children of Juliana Harker and James Eggleston:
            Bigod Eggleston+   b. Feb 1587, d. 1 Sep 1674
            Elizabeth Eggleston   b. 1592, d. WFT Est 1593 1686
            Janet Eggleston   b. 1595, d. WFT Est 1596 1689
            Dorothy Eggleston   b. 1600, d. WFT Est 1601 1694
            Alice Eggleston   b. 1601, d. WFT Est 1602 1695
            James Eggleston   b. 1603, d. WFT Est 1604 1693
            John Eggleston   b. 1606, d. WFT Est 1607 1696

            Citations

            1. [S39] Customer pedigree, World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1.

            Thomas Harlock (M)

                 Thomas Harlock married Sarah Marchant, daughter of John Marchant, on 16 November 1696 at Edgartown, Dukes, Massachusetts.


              Aaron Harrington (M)
              b. 1710, d. circa 1772
              Pop-up Pedigree
              Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

              Appears on charts:
                   Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                   Aaron Harrington was born in 1710 at West Quadomset, Rhode Island. He was the son of Ebenezer Harrington and Rebecca (?). Aaron Harrington married Abigail Chilson on 10 January 1734 at Smithfield, Providence, Rhode Island. Aaron Harrington died circa 1772.

                   Child of Aaron Harrington and Abigail Chilson:
              William Harrington+   b. 16 Oct 1738, d. b 1800


                Benjamin Harrington (M)
                b. say 1620, d. 18 April 1694
                Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                Appears on charts:
                     Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                      Benjamin Harrington was also known as Benjamin Hearnden. He was born say 1620. He was christened in 1624. He married Elizabeth White, daughter of William White, between 1640 and 1649.1 Benjamin Harrington died on 18 April 1694 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island. He was buried at North Burying Gr, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.

                     Child of Benjamin Harrington and Elizabeth White:
                Joseph Harrington+   b. 1652, d. 1694

                Citations

                1. [S243] Unknown subject, NE Marriages, HEARNDEN, Benjamin (-1687) & Elizabeth [WHITE], m/2 Richard PRAY 1688; by 9 Jul 1647; Lynn/Providence.

                Ebenezer Harrington (M)
                b. 21 June 1681
                Pop-up Pedigree
                Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                Appears on charts:
                     Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                     Ebenezer Harrington was born on 21 June 1681 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island. He was the son of Joseph Harrington and Sarah (?). Ebenezer Harrington married Rebecca (?) circa 1716. Ebenezer Harrington died.

                     Child of Ebenezer Harrington and Rebecca (?):
                Aaron Harrington+   b. 1710, d. c 1772


                  Joseph Harrington (M)
                  b. 1652, d. 1694
                  Pop-up Pedigree
                  Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                  Appears on charts:
                       Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                        Joseph Harrington was also known as Joseph Hearnden. He was born in 1652 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island. He was the son of Benjamin Harrington and Elizabeth White. Joseph Harrington married an unknown person in 1671. He married Sarah (?) in 1675/76 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.1 Joseph Harrington died in 1694.1

                       Child of Joseph Harrington and Sarah (?):
                  Ebenezer Harrington+   b. 21 Jun 1681

                  Citations

                  1. [S243] Unknown subject, NE Marriages, HEARNDEN, Joseph (?1652-1694) & Sarah _____; by 1675; Providence.

                  Patience Harrington (F)
                  b. 1759, d. 28 November 1807
                  Pop-up Pedigree
                  Relationship=4th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                  Appears on charts:
                       Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                        Patience Harrington was also known as Patience Herendeen.1 She was born in 1759 at Smithfield, Prov, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of William Harrington and Berthia Peters. Patience Harrington married Jeremiah Wilbur, son of Jeremiah Wilbor and Mary Smith, at Smithfield, Rhode Island. Patience Harrington died on 28 November 1807 at North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts. She Alt Name: Patience Smith.

                       Children of Patience Harrington and Jeremiah Wilbur:
                  William Wilbur   b. 25 Feb 1783, d. 30 Sep 1854
                  Abigail Wilbur   b. 6 Oct 1784
                  James Wilbur   b. 12 Sep 1786, d. 7 Sep 1841
                  Joanna Wilbur   b. 10 Mar 1788
                  Delila Wilbur   b. c 1789
                  George Wilbur   b. 1789, d. 24 Aug 1807
                  Chloe Wilbur   b. s 1791
                  Rhoby Wilbur   b. 1791, d. 18 Sep 1831
                  Patience Wilbur+   b. 11 Jun 1795, d. 20 Mar 1834

                  Citations

                  1. [S66] Compilers John Reid Wilbor and Benjamin Franklin Wilbour, The Wildbores in America, p. 153-154.

                  William Harrington (M)
                  b. 16 October 1738, d. before 1800
                  Pop-up Pedigree
                  Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                  Appears on charts:
                       Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                       William Harrington was born on 16 October 1738 at Smithfield, Providence, Rhode Island. He was the son of Aaron Harrington and Abigail Chilson. William Harrington married Berthia Peters, daughter of William Peters and Abigail (?), on 5 April 1756 at Smithfield, Prov, Rhode Island. William Harrington died before 1800 at Danby, Rutland, Vermont.

                       Child of William Harrington and Berthia Peters:
                  Patience Harrington+   b. 1759, d. 28 Nov 1807


                    Lena Harrison1 (F)

                         Lena Harrison married Louis Phillip Krafft, son of Theodore Julius Krafft and Mary Elizabeth Mitchell, on 17 July 1879 at San Jose, California.1

                    Citations

                    1. [S192] San Francisco Marriage Records, online http://www.sfo.com/~timandpamwolf/sfmar_k.htm, cites San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 23 July 1879 and Alta California, 23 July 1879.

                    Katherine Harssant1 (F)
                    b. say 1558, d. 18 May 1620
                    Pop-up Pedigree
                    Relationship=11th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                    Appears on charts:
                         Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                         Katherine Harssant was born say 1558 at possibly Cransford, nr. Framlingham, Suffolk, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Harssant.1 Katherine Harssant married Thomas Paine on 20 June 1578 at possibly Cransford, nr. Framlingham, Suffolk, England. Katherine Harssant died on 18 May 1620 at probably, Blything, Suffolk, England.1

                         Child of Katherine Harssant and Thomas Paine:
                    Thomas Paine+   b. 11 Dec 1586, d. b 1640

                    Citations

                    1. [S323] Editors of the NEHGR, "Payne Family", p. 331-332.

                    Thomas Harssant1 (M)
                    Relationship=12th great-grandfather of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                    Appears on charts:
                         Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould

                         Thomas Harssant died at possibly Cransford, nr. Framlingham, Suffolk, England.1

                         Child of Thomas Harssant:
                    Katherine Harssant+   b. s 1558, d. 18 May 1620

                    Citations

                    1. [S323] Editors of the NEHGR, "Payne Family", p. 331-332.

                    Frederick Philip Hart (M)
                    b. 17 July 1889
                    Pop-up Pedigree
                    Relationship=1st cousin 2 times removed of Dean Blackmar Krafft.

                         Frederick Philip Hart was born on 17 July 1889. He died. He was the son of James Wesley Hart and Anna Patten Hayne.


                      James Wesley Hart (M)

                           James Wesley Hart married Anna Patten Hayne, daughter of Frederick Nowel Hayne and Caroline Woodworth, on 7 January 1873 at Connant, Ohio.1 James Wesley Hart died. He Person Source.1

                           Children of James Wesley Hart and Anna Patten Hayne:
                      Ruth Elizabeth Hart   b. 14 Mar 1874
                      Nellie Pearl Hart   b. 9 Apr 1878
                      Lottie Edith Hart   b. 31 Aug 1883
                      Paul Hayne Hart   b. 4 May 1886
                      Frederick Philip Hart   b. 17 Jul 1889

                      Citations

                      1. [S49] Anna Patten Hayne, Anna Hayne genealogy.


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