The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Colonel William Casey and Jane Montgomery




Husband Colonel William Casey 1 2

           Born: 1750 - <Frederick, Virginia>, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: Dec 1816 - Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1779



Wife Jane Montgomery 3 4

            AKA: Erythusa Jane Montgomery, Jenny Montgomery
           Born: Abt 1763 - <Holston River, Russell>, Virginia, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: 10 Jan 1844 - West Point, Iowa, United States
         Buried: 


         Father: William Montgomery (Abt 1730-1780) 5
         Mother: Jean < > (Abt 1730-      ) 6




Children
1 F Margaret Montgomery Casey 7 8

            AKA: Peggy Casey
           Born: 31 Mar 1783 - Page, Virginia, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Oct 1818 - Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Benjamin Lampton (1770-1837) 9
           Marr: 19 Mar 1801 - Clark, Kentucky, United States


2 F Martha Polly Casey 10

            AKA: Mollie Casey
           Born: Abt 1786 - Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Creel (      -      ) 11
           Marr: 10 Jul 1804 - Adair, Kentucky, United States


3 F Jane Casey 12

            AKA: Jennie Casey
           Born: Abt 1788 - Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert Paxton (      -      ) 13
           Marr: 1803 - Adair, Kentucky, United States


4 F Ann Casey 14

           Born: Abt 1790
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Montgomery (      -      ) 15
           Marr: 24 Oct 1810 - Adair, Kentucky, United States


5 M Green Casey 16

           Born: Abt 1790 - <Adair>, Kentucky, United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 1838
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane Patterson (1793-1852) 17
           Marr: 5 Dec 1814 - Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States



Research Notes: Husband - Colonel William Casey

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=barlows&id=I449 :

Event: 1 Arrived at Logans Fort Lincoln Co. 1779 1
Event: 2 Home 2 mi. west of Columbia 1
Event: 3 SGT. in Clarks Reg. Rev. War from Va. 1
Event: 4 Bet. 1791-1806 bulit Caseys Station near Dix River 1
Event: 5 Casey Co. Ky named after him 1
Event: 6 Gave land for first Presbyterian church in Adair Co. 1



Birth Notes: Wife - Jane Montgomery

May have been born about 1770 in Virginia or in 1761 in Orange, Virginia.


Notes: Marriage

May have been married on 10 Jul 1804 in Adair, Kentucky, or may have been married in 1782 in Lincoln Co., Kentucky.


Lauritz Jørgensen and Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen




Husband Lauritz Jørgensen 18

            AKA: Lauretz Johnson, Lauritz Johnson,19 Louis Johnson
           Born: Abt Jun 1831
     Christened: 26 Jun 1831 20
           Died: bef <1900>
         Buried: 


         Father: Jørgen Christensen (1800-      ) 21
         Mother: Helene Nissen (1803-      ) 21 22


       Marriage: 28 May 1854 - Bov, Åbenrå, Sønderjylland, Denmark 23

Events

• Emigrated: from Denmark to the United States, 1881, <Illinois>, United States.




Wife Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen 24

            AKA: Caroline <Casper>, Caroline Casperson, Caroline Caspison, Caroline Cosparsen, Caroline Kasperson, Caroline Kepperson
           Born: <Jul 1835> - <Holstein>, Germany <Denmark>
     Christened: 9 Aug 1835 - Bov (Bau), Schlesvig, Denmark 25
           Died: aft <1910> - <Humboldt, Iowa>, United States
         Buried: 


         Father: Johann Jacob Caspersen (1798-1869) 23 26
         Mother: Carolina Wilhelmine Beck (      -      ) 23 27


Events

• Emigrated: from Denmark to the United States, 1881, <Illinois>, United States. (Witness)

• Census: U.S., 1910, Humboldt, Iowa, United States. 28


Children
1 M John Jacob Johnson 19 24 29 30




            AKA: George J. Johnson, J. J. Johnson, Jorgen Jacob Jorgensen


           Born: 15 Aug 1854 - Bov (Bau), Aabenraa, Sønderjylland (Schleswig-Holstein), Denmark
     Christened: 27 Aug 1854 - Bov (Bau), Schlesvig, Denmark


           Died: 29 Sep 1929 - Fort Dodge, Webster, Iowa, United States 31
         Buried:  - Union Cemetery, Humboldt, Humboldt, Iowa, United States 32
         Spouse: Bodil Marie Jensen (1854-1937) 24 29 33
           Marr: 22 Dec 1883 - <Wauneta>, Nebraska, United States


2 F Caroline W. Johnson 21

           Born: <1857>
     Christened: 
           Died: 28 Jul 1940 - Illinois, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Hansen (      -      ) 21


3 M Wilhelm Lauritz Jorgensen 21

           Born:  - <Denmark>
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Jan 1866 - Tonder, Denmark
         Buried: 



4 M John Johnson 21

            AKA: Johon Johnson
           Born: 22 Oct 1862 - <Denmark>
     Christened: 
           Died: 12 Apr 1933 - Drummer, Ford, Illinois, United States
         Buried:  - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
         Spouse: Christine Morrison (      -      ) 21
           Marr: 20 Jan 1888 - Paxton, Ford, Illinois, United States


5 F Anna Maria Helena Jorgensen 21

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Cherst Johnson 21

           Born: 1867 - Denmark
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Anna Mason (1873-      ) 21
           Marr: 22 Dec 1892 - Wilbur, Nebraska, United States


7 M Andrew C. Johnson 21

           Born: <1870> - Denmark
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Feine Krohn (      -      ) 21
           Marr: 28 Jan 1912 - Iowa, United States


8 F Matilda C. Johnson 21

            AKA: Matilda Jensen
           Born: 21 Apr 1871 - <Taglesbraw>, Denmark
     Christened: 
           Died: 31 Aug 1938 - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
         Buried:  - Gibson City, Ford, Illinois, United States
         Spouse: Chris C. Johnson (1865/1866-1901) 21


9 F Lena Margaret Johnson 34




           Born: 12 Apr 1874 - Denmark
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Nov 1934 - <Corvallis>, Benton, Oregon, United States 35
         Buried: 5 Nov 1934 - Odd Fellows Cemetery, <Corvallis>, Benton, Oregon, United States
         Spouse: H. C. Hansen (      -      )
           Marr: Apr 1892 - Stewart, Nebraska, United States


10 M Louis L. Johnson 21

           Born: 12 Sep 1875 - Schlesvig, Denmark
     Christened: <12 Oct 1875>
           Died: 14 Oct 1958 - New Jersey, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Anna Walters (      -      ) 21
           Marr: 15 Nov 1899 - Illinois, United States 21 36



Research Notes: Husband - Lauritz Jørgensen

Name Lauritz Johnson from published obituary of John J. Johnson d. 1929. First and last name may not have been Lauritz Johnson originally. Some family oral traditions hold that the name was originally Jorgensen. The death certificate of his son J. J. Johnson gives his name, probably provided by his grandson William J. Johnson, as "Lauretz Johnson."

Mark Johnson (May 2012) has a good amount of information about the family of a Lauritz and Caroline Johnson, who lived in Gibson City, Illinois after immigrating to the United States in 1880. It is likely that those persons are this same family. That family was from Schleswig-Holstein, which makes sense, as there is some confusion about Denmark vs. Germany, and the town of Bov (Bau) in which John J. Johnson was born is in Schleswig, which changed hands over the years. The 1910 U.S. census shows J. J. Johnson immigrating in 1881.

U.S. Census records indicate that Lauritz and Caroline had 12 children.
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Parents of a Lauritz Jorgensen baptized on 26 Jun 1831 in Svenstrup were Jorgen Christensen and Helene Nissen.

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Denmark Burials, 1640-1917 (FamilySearch.org) yields another, yet less likely, possibility:
Lauritz Johann Johannsen
b.
d. 7 Jan 1870 in Ketting, Sonderborg, Denmark
Buried 13 Jan 1870
Father Gustav Johann Johannsen
Mother Anne Larsdatter/Larsdotter


Death Notes: Wife - Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen

A Caroline Johnson was living with her daughter Lena (Johnson) Hanson in Humboldt, Iowa, in 1910. That is quite likely this Caroline.


Research Notes: Wife - Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen

Family records of DeWayne B. Johnson have only the name Caroline, with her birthplace as Germany.

Mark Johnson (May 2012) has a good amount of information about the family of Lauritz and Caroline Johnson, who lived in Gibson City, Illinois after immigrating to the United States in 1880. It is likely that those persons are this same family. That family was from Schleswig-Holstein.Census records indicate that they had 12 children. 34


Notes: Marriage

Mark Johnson has found evidence that Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen, born July 1835, christened 9 Aug 1835 in Bov, Flensborg, Schlesvig, Denmark, married Lauritz Jorgensen, b. 1831, on 28 May 1854 in Bov, Schlesvig, Denmark. We are making the assumption that this is the same couple.


Birth Notes: Child - John Jacob Johnson

1900 Census has John J Johnson and his parents born in Germany. Mary reported born in Denmark. Census has born August 1844, which differs from the obituary. His obituary has his birthdate as 15 August 1854. Mark Johnson has a source with 27 August 1854. It is my guess that 27 August 1854 was the date of his christening.

Obituary says "Bau, Denmark," but there is no such place. However, "Bau" is the German for Bov in Sonderjylland (South Jutland) county on the Jutland peninsula in south Denmark. The main town is Padborg. Since Bau/Bov was held by Germany from 1864 to 1920, that explains the discrepancy. Bov was Danish at the time John Jacob was born.

The city of Bov (German Bau) in the area of Flensborg in Denmark was the site of the Battle of Bov, which began the First Schleswig War on 9 April 1848. Schleswig-Holstein was trying to separate from Denmark. Danish troops defeated a combined force of German, Austrian and Prussian troops. The First Schleswig War lasted from 1848 through 1851, resulting in a Danish victory. The Second Schleswig War erupted on 1 February 1864, when Prussian forces crossed the border into Schleswig. That war ended on 30 October 1864, when Denmark ceded the duchies of Schleswig, Holstein and Saxe-Lauenburg to Prussia and Austria. The Schleswig Plebiscites in 1919 and 1920 resulted in the return of the Aabenraa district to Denmark.


Death Notes: Child - John Jacob Johnson

Died in St Marys Hospital in Fort Dodge. His residence was in Paton, Iowa. He was a retired farmer at the time of his death. The handwritten notes on his death certificate are difficult to decipher. The best guess is that he was in the hospital from 25 Sept 1929 to 29 Sept 1929, with death about 8:50 p.m. Exploratory surgery had been conducted on 28 Sept 1929. The immediate cause of death was shock due to surgery after attempting relief from an obstruction having to do with his liver (?). A contributory cause was "carcinonotisis."

His death certificate gives his parents' names as Lauretz Johnson (b. Denmark) and Carloine Casperson (b. Germany). The informant was Wm. J. Johnson [his son] of Plover, Ia.


Burial Notes: Child - John Jacob Johnson

From FindAGrave.com:
John immigrated in 1881 from Germany or Denmark. He married Mary in 1884 probably in Illinois where Lena was born. In 1900 they were the parents of 7 children, all living: Lena, Alexander, Hannah, William, Charlie, Minnie, and Mary.


Research Notes: Child - John Jacob Johnson

Eldest son of Laurtiz and Caroline Johnson.

The Iowa marriage record for Minnie Johnson and Daniel Urquhart at FamilySearch.org gives Minnie's father as George Johnson (mother Mary Johnson). Although J. J. Johnson's obituary gives his name as J. J. Johnson, and family records have John Jacob Johnson, other sources indicate that he was also known as George J. Johnson. His obituary has John J. Johnson. He appeared as John J. Johnson in the 1910 Census.

Mark Johnson's research has found his name as Jorgen Jacob Jorgensen (Possiblly after Lauritz's and Caroline's fathers). Birth records list J.J.'s father as Lauritz Jorgensen, born Denmark. Mother listed as Anna Dorothea Caroline Caspersen, born Denmark.
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Obituary <Fort Dodge or Paton, Iowa> reads:
Obituary of John J. Johnson

John Jacob Johnson was the eldest son of Lauritz and Caroline Johnson and was born in Bau, Denmark on August 15, 1854, and passed away at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, Iowa, on Sept. 29, 1929, at the age of 75 years, 1 month and 15 days.

He was ill at his home in Paton for six weeks when his condition became such that it was necessary to take him to the hospital for special treatment, but little could be done to relieve him.

The funeral services were held at Humboldt last Thursday afternoon. Many from West Bend and Rodman were in attendance.

He was confirmed in the Danish Luthern faith at 16 years of age. In 1881 he came to America with his parents, who settled near Gilmore City, Ill. The following year he became a citizen of the United States.

At the age of thirty years he was married to Mary Johnson on Dec. 22, 1883. To this union ten children were born, all living with the exception of two who passed away in infancy.

He farmed for a number of years in Nebraska and in 1897 came to Iowa where he farmed at West Bend and Rodman. In 1912 he retired and moved to Rodman, later moving to California. Five years ago Mr. and Mrs. Johnson came to Paton, Iowa, where they have since made their home with their daughter, Mrs. O. E. Pearson. He was devoted to his family always thinking of their welfare. He was temperate in his habits and a good example to his family and to those about him. There remains to mour his loss his loving wife and eight devoted children; also six brothers and four sisters and thirteen grandchildren. The children are: John C. Johnson, Chas. J. Johnson, Mrs. Hannah Shriner, all of Long Beach, Cal.; Alex L. Johnson, Newman Grove, Nebr.; Caroline K. Klinge, Curlew, Iowa; Mrs. Minnie Urquhart, Rodman; Wm. J. Johnson, Plover; and Mrs. Mary Pearson, Paton, Iowa.

And now the time has come when hosts of friends far and near have been called upon to part with an esteemed friend and a loving husband and father.

Although the parting has come he has left us with an assurance that he has faith in us in whom he has believed and trusted that we will carry on to successful completion the work he has been forced to leave unfinished. The thought of him watching us from the ramparts of heaven should be an inspiration to us as friends and relatives to carry on reverently and sincerely and to make the outstanding characteristics of his life, which were faith in all things good, honesty and punctuality in all his walks of life and then his benediction will be: "All things whatsoever you would that men should do unto you do ye even so to them."


Death Notes: Child - John Johnson

According to Mark Johnson, after John died, his parents were noted as Louis Johnson and Caroline Kepperson.


Research Notes: Child - John Johnson

Father (on marriage record?) listed as Louis Johnson. Mother listed as Caroline Kasperson.


Research Notes: Child - Cherst Johnson

Father listed (in marriage record?) as Louis Johnson, born Denmark. Mother listed as Caroline Johnson, born Denmark.


Birth Notes: Child - Matilda C. Johnson

Have been unable to determine what place "Taglesbraw" refers to.


Research Notes: Child - Matilda C. Johnson

Matilda may not have been a child of Lauritz and Caroline. From Mark Johnson 3 May 2012:
"In addition, there is a Chris C. Johnson (1865 or 1866 - 1901) who married Matilda Jensen (?) (April 1871 - 31Aug1938), both of whom are buried in Gibson City, Ill. It is confusing because Matilda is listed by the historical society as 'daughter of Lauritz Jensen Johnson.' No listing of Chris C. parents."

The 1900 census has "Caroline Johnson, Mother" living with Chris and Matilda in Ford County, Illinois. Caroline may have been Chris' mother instead, since he was the head of the household.


Death Notes: Child - Lena Margaret Johnson

Obituary Nov 1934, Oregon:
Mrs. Lena Johnson Hansen, wife of H. C. Hansen of Corvallis, Oregon, died Friday, November 2nd, at a hospital there following a short illness.

Mrs. Hansen was born in Denmark, April 12, 1874, and came to the United States with her parents in 1882, the family locating in Gibson City, Illinois. In 1889 she went with her people to live in Humboldt county, Iowa, and in 1891 to Stewart county, Nebraska, where she was married in April, 1892, to H. C. Hansen. In 1894 the couple moved back to Iowa and resided there until 1926 when they and their family moved to Corvallis.

She was the mother of seven children, six of whom survive with Mr. Hansen. They are John C. Hansen of Aberdeen, Wash; Mrs. Pearl Mill of Humboldt, Iowa; Mrs. Margaret Anderson of Thor, Iowa; Mrs. Laura Edge of Humbol.dt, Iowa; Harry S. Hansen of Iowa City, Iowa; and Mrs. Edna Jones of Corvallis, Oregon. One daughter, Mrs. Mae Underberg, died in 1924. Mrs. Hansen is also survived by ten grandchildren.

She was a member of the Baptist church at Humboldt and for a number of years was active in that denomination.

Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon, November 5th, at 1:30 o'clock in the First Baptist church of Corvallis, with the Rev. Mathews officiating. "Near My God to Thee" and "One Sweet Solumn Thought" were sung by Mr. Blacstone. Rev. Mathews recited part of "Crossing of the Bar." He said tht in the far-away land the sun was setting and he knew the thoughts of those who couldn't be with their dear mother were turning westward with the sun and he knew God's blessing would shine on them as brightly as the setting sun. The body was laid to rest at the Odd Fellows cemetery.--Conbtributed


Birth Notes: Child - Louis L. Johnson

Mark Johnson has two birthdates - 12 September 1875 and 12 October 1875. The first may be the birthdate, the second the christening date.


Research Notes: Child - Louis L. Johnson

Youngest son of Lauritz and Caroline Johnson. Father listed (in marriage record?) as Louis Johnson, mother as Caroline Caspison.
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From Mark Johnson 12 May 2012:
Briefly, on Louis and Anna Walters - the stories always go like this. Louis L
(referred to as Louie) married pretty badly - Anna was a real domineering
person - cold, hard, Prussian (my father would say). Louis was open, warm
and perhaps a bit too fond of the drink. He lived for some time in Princeton,
worked as a school crossing guard in his old age and was universally loved.

Except at home. He often slept in the boiler room because they would
lock him out. My dad would sneak downstairs and let Louis in, he would
sleep (sometimes sleep it off) and be gone in the morning before Anna
would find him.

I go by the old Elementary school a few times a week (we live in Princeton) and
have thought hundreds of times...........What is your damn name Louis?????
So if you think you wanted to know - well, me too!!

My mother speaks of his dignity and courage through his last days
(bladder cancer) and how much of an impression it made on her as a
young nurse.

His wife Anna I should remember (she died when I was 9) but I don't.
I know that Dad called her "Ober-Gross-muhter" because she rarely
did anything but bark out orders. Then again, my father didn't take orders
well. But even my Mom says she was tough to warm to - like a bee in a
bad mood.

I am sure she wasn't that bad but there may not have been much to love
either.
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From Mark Johnson 13 May 12012:
I grew up 1/4 mile from my grandparents Clarence and Christina's house, built on land cleared by my great grandfather Louie. A house plunked down in a forest - I remember thinking, "How could he have ever done that?" I remember asking when I was very young if
we were related to Paul Bunyan because the forest was so deep. And, as I
said yesterday, driving by the school where Louie "worked" as a crossing guard
several times a week made the whole thing an often present mystery. Who was this
man? This was more than an intellectual exercise for me and I am so happy
to get at least some of the "i"s dotted and"t"s crossed.


Peter Caspersen and Hedewig Petersen




Husband Peter Caspersen 37 38

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife Hedewig Petersen 37 38

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Johann Jacob Caspersen 23 26

            AKA: Jorgen Jacob Caspersen
           Born: 1798
     Christened: 
           Died: <3 May 1869> - <Bylderup, Tønder, Denmark> 37
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Carolina Wilhelmine Beck (      -      ) 23 27
           Marr: <18 Oct 1829> - <Bov (Bau), Åbenrå, Sønderjylland (Schleswig-Holstein), Denmark> 27



Research Notes: Husband - Peter Caspersen

The transcribed death record for Johann Jacob Caspersen on 3 May 1869 gives his parents as Peter Caspersen and Hedewig Petersen, as does the marriage record.


Death Notes: Child - Johann Jacob Caspersen

Death date in doubt. There is a death record for Johann Jacob Caspersen at age 71 on 3 May 1869 in Bylderup, Tønder, Denmark, but his wife's name is given as Caroline Hedewig Beck. Other records have "our" Johann Jacob's wife as Caroline Wilhelmine Beck.


Research Notes: Child - Johann Jacob Caspersen

The transcribed death record gives his parents as Peter Caspersen and Hedewig Petersen. The only thing that throws this in doubt is Johann's wife's name, which is recorded as Caroline Hedewig Beck. Knowing how naming went in those days, however, it is possible that Caroline/Carolina had both Wilhelmine and Hedewig as middle names.


Vilhelm Sivert Jacob Caspersen and Maren Jorgensen




Husband Vilhelm Sivert Jacob Caspersen 39

            AKA: Vilhelm Sivert Jacob Casspersen
           Born: <1833>
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Johann Jacob Caspersen (1798-1869) 23 26
         Mother: Carolina Wilhelmine Beck (      -      ) 23 27


       Marriage: 6 May 1860 - Svenstrup, Åbenrå (Åbenrå-Sonderborg), Denmark 39



Wife Maren Jorgensen 40

            AKA: Maren Sorensen
           Born: 
     Christened: 12 Nov 1837 - Svenstrup, Åbenrå (Åbenrå-Sonderborg), Denmark
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Jørgen Christensen (1800-      ) 21
         Mother: Helene Nissen (1803-      ) 21 22




Children

Research Notes: Wife - Maren Jorgensen

Marriage is speculative.

There is a baptism record for Maren Jorgensen, 12 November 1834 in Svenstrup, Åbenrå-Sonderborg, Denmark with father Jorgen Christensen Sorensen and mother Helena Nissen. The date and place appear to tie to Lauritz Jorgensen/Johnson, whose marriage record gives his father's name as "Jorgen Christensen Or Sorensen" with mother's name Helena.

A Maren Jorgensen, with father Jorgen Christensen was married to Vilhelm Sivert Jocob Casspersen in 1860 in Svenstrup. It is, of course, possible that there were several persons with similar names in the Åbenrå area around the same time, but I'm making a guess that Maren Jorgensen and Maren Sorensen are the same person. Both were born in 1837.

From Mark Johnson, 12 May 2012:
"... there is a record that
Vilhelm married a Maren Jorgensen (b 1837 - which does
match the birth year) on 06May1860. If this is true, then
Lauritz's sister (Maren) married Caroline's brother (Vilhelm).
Do not know what I think of this - I do note that Vilhelm
Jacob carries both of his parents name (Johann Jacob
and Carolina Wilhelmine). And the locality is spot on as
well."


Jacob Stocker and Anna Eva Maria Cassell




Husband Jacob Stocker 41

            AKA: Indian Jake Stucker, Jacob Stucker
           Born: 1738 - Berks, Pennsylvania, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 May 1780 - Kentucky, United States
         Buried:  - Bryants Station, Kentucky


         Father: Michael Stocker (1701-1749) 42 43
         Mother: Anna Margaretha Stephan (1708-1775) 44 45


       Marriage: 1760



Wife Anna Eva Maria Cassell 46

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: Dec 1795 - Woodford, Kentucky, United States
         Buried: 


Children

Research Notes: Husband - Jacob Stocker

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2102659&id=I2455:

"Jacob was in Berks County, KY until 1764, then appears in NC in 1773. As early as 1775, Jacob is said to have been one of Daniel Boone's men who carved out the 'Wilderness Road' in Kentucky. In 1779-1780 he was in Kentucky where, with Daniel Boone, he recorded in Border Warfare. Jacob was killed by Indians while on a scouting expedition and is buried under a hickory tree at Bryant's Station, Kentucky. His wife and children were at Bryant's Station during the Indian seige in 1782. Jacob was known as 'Indian Jake'."


Sir John Spencer and Mary Catlin




Husband Sir John Spencer 47

           Born: Abt 1549 - Northamptonshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Jan 1599
         Buried: 


         Father: Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northamptonshire (1517-1586) 48 49 50
         Mother: Katherine Kitson (Abt 1521-1586) 51 52


       Marriage: 11 Sep 1566 - London, Middlesex, England



Wife Mary Catlin 53

            AKA: Mary Catlyn
           Born: Abt 1555 - Northamptonshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Catlyn (      -1574) 54
         Mother: 




Children
1 M Robert Spencer 1st Baron Spencer of Wormleighton 55 56

           Born: Abt 1566 - Wormleighton, Warwickshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 25 Oct 1627
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Willoughby (Abt 1566-1597) 57
           Marr: 15 Feb 1587 - Brighton, Northampton, England



Birth Notes: Husband - Sir John Spencer

Born about 1549 or about 1555, probably in Northamptonshire, England.


Death Notes: Husband - Sir John Spencer

Died in 1598/99 or 1600.


Robert Catlyn




Husband Robert Catlyn 54

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           Died: 1574
         Buried: 
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Wife

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Children
1 F Mary Catlin 53

            AKA: Mary Catlyn
           Born: Abt 1555 - Northamptonshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sir John Spencer (Abt 1549-1599) 47
           Marr: 11 Sep 1566 - London, Middlesex, England




Hugh de Cavalcamp




Husband Hugh de Cavalcamp 30

           Born: Abt 890 - [Near Dieppe]
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Malahule Eysteinsson (Abt 0845-      ) 30 58
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

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           Died: 
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Children
1 M Ralph I de Toeni 30

           Born: Abt 955 - <Tosny, (Eure), Normandy>, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 





Einion ab Celynin of Llwydiarth




Husband Einion ab Celynin of Llwydiarth

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         Father: Celynin ab Rhirid ab Cynddelw (      -      )
         Mother: Gwladys verch Rhirid ab Cynwrig Evell of Llwydiarth (      -      )


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Llewelyn ab Einion ab Celynin of Llwydiarth

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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Research Notes: Husband - Einion ab Celynin of Llwydiarth

Source: The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog, Vol. 6, by J. Y. W. Lloyd, London, 1887, p. 113, gives his pedigree from Lewys Dwnn, vol. ii, p. 277, as follows:

"...ab Einion ab Celynin, who killed the Mayor of Caermarthen. Celynin bore sable, a he-goat argent, armed, bearded, and unguled or; and became possessed of Llwydiarth by his marriage with Gwladys, daughter and heiress of Rhirid ab Cynwrig Evell (ag a gavas Llwydiarth Ymhowys). Her mother was Arddun, daughter of Itel Goch, son of Meredydd ab Bleddyn, Prince of Powys. Celynin was the son of Rhirid ab Cynddelw ab Iorwerth ab Gwrgeneu ab Uchtryd ab Aleth, King of Dyved. Azure, three cocks argent, created, wattled, and armed or."

Then the author writes in an extensive footnote:

"But it must be remarked that this is not accordant with the Llwydiarth pedigree as given in Lewys Dwnn, vol. i, p. 294. There 'Gwellian, the daughter of Meredith ap Rhydderch ap Tewdwr Mawr' (? Mawr) is stated to be the wife of Celynin, and 'Gwladys, daughter of Richard, Lord of Dinas Certhin', to be his mother. It is said, however, that in the Salisbury MSS. at Wynnstay, that Gwladys, the daughter of Ririd ap Cynwrig Evell, is stated to be the mother of Celynin, and not the wife, as mentioned in Lewys Dwnn, vol. ii, p. 277. This would account for the acquisition by Celynin, either by heirship or marriage, of Llwydiarth, assuming that it was part of the territory of Cynwrig Evell.

Celynin was living in the time of Edward II or Edward III (130740), and an experienced genealogist throws a doubt as to the possibility of Celynin, or his father, being contemporaneous with a grand-daughter of Cynwrig Evell.

We cannot venture to pronounce which of these discordant statements is correct, or how they are to be reconciled; but looking at the main circumstances of the case, we should certainly infer that Llwydiarth was acquired by Celynin, by marriage, rather than descent.

"He was a South Wallian by birth and family, and upon committing a homicide,--'killing the Mayor of Caermarthen,'--under what circumstances, and whether justifiably or not, it does not appear, he fled from the scene of his crime--which it is natural to conclude was Caermarthen--to Powys-land.

"According to the Llwydiarth Pedigree in Lewys Dwnn, vol. i, p. 294, his wife Gwellian, and his mother, Gwladys, as well as the rest of his female ancestresses up to the sixth degree in lineal ascent, were of South Wallian families.

"It is not probable that Llwydiarth could be derived from any of them.

"The statement in the Salisbury MSS., of his mother being the daughter of Ririd ap Cynwrig Evell, is most improbable. How should his father, Ririd ap Cynddelw, form an alliance with a family of Powys-land, with which district his family seemed to have no connection until Celynin fled into Powys-land?

"The probabilities of the case all seem to point to Celynin himself being the medium by which this important accretion of territory came to his family.

"He was the first of his family connected with Powys-land.

"The statement in Lewys Dwnn, vol. ii, p. 277, is distinct and circumstantial, that he married Gwladys, daughter and heiress of Ririd ab Cynwrig Evell, 'ag a gavas Llwydiarth ymhowys' (and obtained Llweydiarth in Powys).

"To reconcile this with the Llwydiarth pedigree in Lewys Dwnn, vol. i, p. 294, the only theory that occurs to us is, that Celynin must have been married twice: first, before he left his native country, South Wales, to Gwellian, daughter of Meredith ap Rhydderch ap Tewdwr Mawr; and secondly, after he fled from Caermarthen and arrived in Powys-land, to Gwladys, daughter of Ririd ap Cynwrig Evell.

"If this theory would hold water, Celynin's son Einion, the first of the family styled 'of Llwydiarth', would inherit that estate from his mother, Gwladys, the second wife, and not Gwenllian, the first wife.

"The direct statement of Lewys Dwnn, who is almost invariably trustworthy, coupled with the strong probability of its truth, seems to us to deserve respect and creidt. Until otherwise advised, therefore, we shall assume, on the authority of this celebrated herald, that Llwydiarth was derived by Celynin through his marriage with its heiress, after he settled in Powys-land.--M. C. J."


Research Notes: Child - Llewelyn ab Einion ab Celynin of Llwydiarth

Source: Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, Edited by Thomas Allen Glenn at the request of Howard Reifsnyder, privately printed, Philadelphia, 1902, provided by http://books.google.com, p. 38

Source: The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog, Vol. 6, by J. Y. W. Lloyd, London, 1887, p. 113 (from Lewys Dwnn, vol. ii, p. 277).


Gwrwst ap Ceneu




Husband Gwrwst ap Ceneu 59

           Born: Cir 400
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         Father: Ceneu ap Coel (Cir 0374-      ) 60
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Wife

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Children
1 M Meirchion ap Gwrwst 61

           Born: Cir 430
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