Isaac Hodges Jr.

M, b. 9 March 1798, d. 1879
     Isaac was born on 9 March 1798 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Isaac died in 1879.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Lucy Hodges

F, b. 30 October 1799, d. 1879
     Lucy was born on 30 October 1799.1 She was the daughter of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Lucy died in 1879.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

George Hodges

M, b. 16 October 1801, d. 1 October 1839
     George was born on 16 October 1801.1 He was the son of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. George died on 1 October 1839 at age 37.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Lydia Hodges

F, b. 9 June 1803, d. 1879
     Lydia was born on 9 June 1803.1 She was the daughter of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Lydia died in 1879.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Sophia Hodges

F, b. 24 February 1810, d. 1870
     Sophia was born on 24 February 1810.1 She was the daughter of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Sophia died in 1870 at Richmond, Indiana.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Joseph Hodges

M, b. 4 January 1807, d. 1807
     Joseph was born on 4 January 1807.1 He was the son of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Joseph died in 1807.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Benjamin Hodges

M, b. 4 January 1807, d. 1807
     Benjamin was born on 4 January 1807.1 He was the son of Capt. Issac Hodges and Lydia Crocker. Benjamin died in 1807.

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 176.

Benjamin Nye

M, b. 8 June 1739, d. 18 September 1806
      Benjamin Nye
     
     
      He served 1778, in the Revolutionary Army as private in Captain Simeon Fish's company, Colonel Freeman's regiment; service eight days, on an alarm at Dartmouth and Falmouth in September 1778. He was a ship builder and removed to Barnstable where he lived on the north west shore of the Great Pond.
     
Benjamin was born on 8 June 1739 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Benjamin Nye and Rachel NN----. He married Abigail Percival on 15 March 1762.1 He married Mary Hall on 3 December 1765.1 Benjamin died on 18 September 1806 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 67.1

Children of Benjamin Nye and Mary Hall

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 110.

Mary Hall

F, b. 10 September 1745, d. 13 April 1809
     Mary was born on 10 September 1745 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joshua Hall and Temperance Nye. She married Benjamin Nye on 3 December 1765.2 Mary died on 13 April 1809 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 63.2

Children of Mary Hall and Benjamin Nye

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 66.
  2. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 110.

Mary Ann Nye

F, b. 7 December 1803
     Mary was born on 7 December 1803 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow.

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 196.

Zadoc Nye

M, b. 28 October 1805, d. 1 May 1901
     He married Cathrine Hinkston. Zadoc was born on 28 October 1805 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow. Zadoc died on 1 May 1901 at age 95.

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 196.

Ezra Nye

M, b. 3 October 1810, d. 13 November 1814
     Ezra was born on 3 October 1810 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow. Ezra died on 13 November 1814 at Franklin County, Indiana, at age 4.1

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 196.

Lydia Snow Nye

F, b. 10 December 1816, d. 1 July 1834
     Lydia was born on 10 December 1816 at Franklin County, Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow. Lydia died on 1 July 1834 at age 17.1

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 197.

Julia Nye

F, b. 22 March 1820, d. 4 August 1829
     Julia was born on 22 March 1820 at Franklin County, Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow. Julia died on 4 August 1829 at age 9.1

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 197.

Louisa Hinkley Nye

F, b. 4 August 1823, d. 14 October 1871
     Louisa was born on 4 August 1823 at Franklin County, Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Joshua Nye and Anna Snow. Louisa died on 14 October 1871 at Lawarence, Kansas, at age 48.1

Citations

  1. [S55] New York
    Frank E. Best
    Chicago, Il
    Edited by
    David Fisher Nye Elyria, Ohio Compiled by: George Hyatt Nye Auburn, Benjamin Nye of Sandwich, MA - His Anc. and Den., pg 197.

Hercules Hodges

M, b. 1743, d. 20 June 1821
      Private. MA Revolutionary War, Descriptive list of men raised to reinforce the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as received of b. Justin Ely, Commissioner, by b. Brig. General John Glover, at Springfield, July 22, 1780; age, 36 years; stature 5 ft. 8 in; complexion, ruddy; engaged for town of Barnstable; marched to camp 22 July 1780, under command of b. Captain. William Scott; also list of men raised for the 6 months service and returned by b. Brig. General Paterson as having passed muster in return dated Camp Totoway, 25 October 1780; also , pay roll for 6 months men raised by the town of Barnstable for service in the Continental Army during 1780; marched 13 July; discharged 7 December 1780; service 5 mos. 9 days, including travel 280 miles home.
Hercules was born in 1743. He was the son of NN---- Hodges. He married Lydia Phinney on 26 October 1766 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1,2 Hercules died on 20 June 1821 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.3

Children of Hercules Hodges and Lydia Phinney

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 134;.
  2. [S61] Finney Family, Finney, Howard , pg 10.
  3. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 134, DAR Patriot Index pg. 334.

Lydia Phinney

F, b. 21 August 1729, d. after 1780
     Lydia was born on 21 August 1729 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Phinney and Reliance Goodspeed. She married Benjamin Hinckley on 22 November 1750 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.4,2,5 She married Hercules Hodges on 26 October 1766 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.4,6 Lydia died after 1780 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.7

Children of Lydia Phinney and Benjamin Hinckley

Children of Lydia Phinney and Hercules Hodges

Citations

  1. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 58;.
  2. [S61] Finney Family, Finney, Howard , pg 10,.
  3. [S186] Barnstable and Sand, Smith, Leonard , pg 93.
  4. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 134;.
  5. [S186] Barnstable and Sand, Smith, Leonard , pg 78.
  6. [S61] Finney Family, Finney, Howard , pg 10.
  7. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 134.

Thomas Crocker

M, b. 23 January 1740
     Thomas died. He married Reliance Goodspeed. Thomas was born on 23 January 1740 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Crocker and Rebecca Hamblin.

Child of Thomas Crocker and Reliance Goodspeed

Lt. Lemuel Snow

M, b. 7 December 1758, d. 3 September 1824
      Cemetery, Franklin County, Indiana.
      Winifred Wells
     
      Notary Public May 31, 1931
     
      Wheeling, October 10th, 1814
     
     Dear Children,
     
     
      These lines may inform you that arrived hear at yesterday ninety two miles below Pittsburgh. We are now in a boat that we bought at Pittsburgh thirty three feet long and twelve feet wide said boat is roofed over and has a fire place convenient for cooking our provisions where we have a plenty of the comforts of life we have been blest with health that we have not been detained one day on account of sickness from the time we left home it was just forty days before we arrived at Pittsburgh. I have not room to write all the particulars that took place on the way. I shall not mention a few after we left Hartford we found the roads extremely bad on account of an excessive rain that took place the week before we past there which rain extended to Pittsburgh. The worst disaster that I shall note is we broke our forward akletree to the new wagon by reason of the top part of the linkpin being too long it started up a little and ketched in the jogg in the hoop and twisted and axle round in the hub this a incident cost us about eight dollars extra and detained us one day. From this time we found the roads very rough and very muddy in crossing the three first mountains by the name of the three brothers we meet with no disaster tho each mountain is three miles over and so roof and stoney and steep as could not be past with any common ox team in Barnstable with half a turn wait in many places for half a mile distance in crossing these mountains the way was so incumbered with loose stones many of which were suitable for the second tier of wall stones that the horses could not step amis of them in other places the way consisted just rocks and gullies which caused the wheels to fall of some times two feet or more in crossing the Alegana we meet with no disaster though twelve miles over and much like the others. In crossing Laurell hill we had got two thirds of the way over when we snapped the axle of the wheel on behind close to the body of the wagon nearly three miles from any use where we could get assistance this delayed us nearly one day this mountain trail is nine miles over and the ruffest of any one we crost we mired each wagon once and being told about forty miles from Pittsburgh that the road was not passable we left the Pittsburgh road went to York by river to a place called Robbstown thirty miles from Pittsburgh were we were obliged to give 18 dollars to have our two wagons and families carried to Pittsburgh here we sent our horses on to Wheeling on the Ohio River ninety two miles below Pittsburgh we shall send our horses from this land to Concinnatti which is about two hundred miles distance by land. Our horses are all as good as they were when we left Barnstable "Han May" She is wholly well of her stiffness and endured the journey well and bears grain as well as any horse and has thrived by the way your mare has gained also you may inform their friends that we found Deacon Lewis and their three sons in Pittsburgh John and Isaac, Amise Smith these men were very attentive in assisting while in Pittsburgh Mr. Ebnr Lewis has the charge of our boat and is to take us to Cincinnatti and you must inform his father that he is bound from there to Orleans. He expects to return in the spring to Cincinnatti from there to Barnstable wishing for his father to write as soon as he receives this information and direct the letter to me at Cincinnati there men are doing well and are much please with this part of the country we are congraduate on the great success of our army in Canada we wish for you to inform our aged parents that there daughter endured the journey as any of us and with all our children desire to be remembered by them also to Aunt Anna and our brothers and sisters and to all our neighbors and inquiring friends you must inform Mr. Asa Jenkins and all our friends that by showing them this letter that we could not write to each of them tell Capt. Hinckley and Capt. Hodges and Mr. Asa Jenkins that they must write to us and direct their letters to Cincinnatti and send us all the information they have respecting Barnstable and our business Lydia you or Asa must write to Deacon Nathaniel Lewis that he may write on immediately as requested this I write on board our boat blessed be God for his preserving and protecting mercy and these lines find you and all our friends enjoying the best of divine blessings and write to us as soon as you receive this and subscribe to Cincinnatti with best wishes we remain you affectionate parents,
     
      Lemuel and Lydia Snow
     
Tell brother to write to us.
     
     
     
     
      Last Will and Testament of LT. Lemuel Snow

     
     
State of Indiana Franklin County

     
     
      Be it remembered that on the 26th day of November AD 1824 personally came James A. Lowes before me, Enoch McCarty clerk of the Franklin circuit court for the county of, one of the subscribing witnesses to the last will and testament of Lemuel Snow deceased who being duly sworn deposed and saith that he saw the said Lemuel Snow sign and seal the said will and that he was of sound mind and memory at that time and declared it to be his last will and testament in his presence and in the presence of the other witnesses to said will in testimony. Where of I have herewith set my hand the day and year above written
     
     Enoch McCarty, Clerk 66
     
     
      The Record and copy of which will follow in these words to wit. In the name of God amen. I Lemuel Snow of Franklin County, State of Indiana being weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory blessed be almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, (that is to say) First I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Lydia Snow after paying the doctors bill and funeral expenses all my personal estate also the improvements and appurtenances on the far m where I now live, it being the south west quarter of section twenty seven, range one west of a meridian line drawn from the mouth of the great Miami River until my youngest child comes to the age of twenty one years. Second I give and devise to my eldest son Lemuel Snow sixty acres of the west side of the aforesaid described quarter section of land to hold to him the said Lemuel Snow his heirs and assigns for ever conditions that he pays to my daughter Hannah Terrel fifty dollars or one sixth part of the devised land. Third I give and devise to my second son Hercules Snow his heirs and assigns forever twenty acres of land beginning at the fence at the south east part of said described improved land, these south to the section line then west far enough to make the quantity devised. Fourth I give and devise to my third son Crocker Snow his heirs and assigns for ever the whole of the remainder of the aforesaid described quarter section of land. Fifth I direct that the executors of this my last will and testament sell twenty acres which I now hold in the south east quarter of section twenty seven township eight, range one west and appropriate the proceeds of the sale to the payment of my just debts. Sixth I give and devise all the remainder of the land which I now hold west of the lane between this farm on which I now live and my son Hercules to my son Crocker Snow except the twenty acres given to my son Hercules. Seventh I give and devise to my grandson Joseph Crocker Snow (son of my eldest son Joseph Snow deceased) provided he should live to the age of twenty one years forty acres of land of the west side of south east quarter of section twenty eight township eight, range one west to hold to him and his heirs for ever. Eighth I give and bequeath to my daughter Betsey Mills three tenths of the money arising from the sale of the following described land which I now hold it being eighty acres more or less deeded to me by Solman Terrel near New Lexington in said state, also I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Husey Jinkins two tenths of the money arising from the sale of the aforesaid described land also I give and bequeath to my daughters Salome Snow , Sophronia Snow , and Abigail Snow the whole of the balance of the money arising from the sale of the described land to be equally divided between them. Ninth when my youngest child arrives at the age of twenty one years, I give and bequeath to my third son Crocker Snow one horse the choice of my stock also all the farming utensils. Lastly when my youngest child comes to the age of twenty one years after taking out one third of my personal estate for the use of my beloved wife Lydia Snow, I give and bequeath all the remaining two thirds of my personal estate of what kind and nature ever to my daughters Anna Nye , Lydia Jones , Hannah Terrel , Betsey Mills , Mary Husey Jinkins , Salome Snow , Sophronia and Abigail Snow to be equally divided between them and I hereby appoint my beloved wife Lydia Snow executrix and my sons Lemuel and Hercules Snow executors of this my last will and testament here by revoking all former will by me made in witness where of I have herewith set my hand and seal this first day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four.
     
     
      Lemuel Snow (seal)
     
     Signed Sealed published and declared; by the above name Lemuel Snow to be his last will and testament In the presence of us who subscribes:
      James A. Lowes Sophronia Keller, James Abercrombie
     

      Where upon the said Lemuel Snow and Hercules Snow two of the executors of the said Lemuel Snow deceased, now here take upon themselves the execution of the said will (the said Lydia Snow the executrix in the said will named having refused to take upon herself the execution of the said will) to whom letters testamentary are granted by the undersigned clerk of the Franklin Circuit Court for the County they having executed Bond with approved security and who were qualified as such executors the day and year above written.
     
     paid same day $3.75
     
     
      Enoch McCarty Clerk 66.
     
     


Lemuel was born on 7 December 1758 at Bapt. in Brewster, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Mary Howland. He married Lydia Hodges on 10 March 1785 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2 Lemuel died on 3 September 1824 at Snow Hill Cemetery, New Trenton, Franklin County, Indiana, at age 65.2

Children of Lt. Lemuel Snow and Lydia Hodges

Citations

  1. [S384] RECORDS OF THE PARISH IN BREWSTER PG 130.
  2. [S31] Rogers, Thomas, Sawtelle , pg 175.

NN---- Davids

M
     NN---- died.

Child of NN---- Davids

Robert Moorhead1

M, b. before 1760
     He married Ann NN----.2 Robert was born before 1760 at Ireland [north].2

Children of Robert Moorhead and Ann NN----

Citations

  1. [S385] Scothch Irish parentage.
  2. [S57] Madge Crocker, Crocker, Madge.

Ann NN----

F
     She married Robert Moorhead.1 Ann died. Ann was born at Ireland.1

Citations

  1. [S57] Madge Crocker, Crocker, Madge.

Abijah Monroe1,2

M, b. 12 September 1767
     Abijah died. Abijah was born on 12 September 1767 at Lexington [Cambridge Farms], Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Samuel Munroe and Abigail NN----.

Citations

  1. [S317] Lexington, Town of, Hudson, Charles.
  2. [S316] Munroes, Lexington, Munroe, Richard S.

Emerson Hall

M, b. 21 April 1758
     Emerson was born on 21 April 1758 at Sutton, Massachusetts. He was the son of Stephen Hall and Sarah Taft. Name:
Hall, Emerson,
Source Info:
Volume 7 page 76
Information:
Hall, Emerson, Sutton. Capt. Jonathan Carriel's co., Col. Josiah Whitney's regt; company receipt for advance pay for 1 month, etc., dated Point Shirley, June 13, 1776; also, Private, same co. and regt; service from May 10, 1776, 4 days prior to marching, to Nov. 1, 1776, 5 mos. 22 days; roll dated Camp at Hull; also, same co. and regt; pay roll for Nov., 1776, allowing 1 mo. 4 days service, including travel (75 miles) home; also, Capt. Abraham Batcheller's co., Col. Jonathan Holman's regt; service, 43 days; company marched to Providence, R. I., on an alarm in Dec., 1776.1 He married Tabitha Fletcher in 1780 at Sutton, Massachusetts.

Children of Emerson Hall and Tabitha Fletcher

Citations

  1. [S277] Soldiers and Sailors, Massachusetts Arch. , v.7 p.76.

Tabitha Fletcher

F, b. 1763
     Tabitha died at Berlin Hights, Erie, Ohio. Tabitha was born in 1763 at Sutton, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Eleazer Fletcher and Lucy Leland. She married Emerson Hall in 1780 at Sutton, Massachusetts.

Children of Tabitha Fletcher and Emerson Hall

Citations

  1. [S85] Fletcher Family, Fletcher, Edward H. , pg 281.

Mariner Rood

M, b. 1745, d. 14 January 1832
     He married Mary Keeny. Mariner was born in 1745.1 He was the son of Mariner Rood and Mary Cornish. Mariner died on 14 January 1832.

Child of Mariner Rood and Mary Keeny

Citations

  1. [S83] Hartford, CT, Barbour, Lucius , vol VI.

Mary Keeny

F, b. 1749, d. 14 August 1811
     She married Mariner Rood. Mary was born in 1749.1 Mary died on 14 August 1811.

Child of Mary Keeny and Mariner Rood

Citations

  1. [S83] Hartford, CT, Barbour, Lucius , vol VI.

NN---- Logan

M
     NN---- died.

Child of NN---- Logan

Lewis Miller

M, b. 25 June 1767
     Lewis was born on 25 June 1767.

Child of Lewis Miller and Mary NN----

Mary NN----

F, b. 27 April 1772
     Mary died. Mary was born on 27 April 1772.

Child of Mary NN---- and Lewis Miller