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Ancestors of Steven James Hall

Generation No. 7


      64. Unk Hall, born in Connecticut; died Unknown. He married 65. Unk.

      65. Unk, born in Wales; died Unknown.
     
Child of Unk Hall and Unk is:
  32 i.   Orin S. Hall, born 07 May 1800 in VT; died 13 Mar 1882; married Harriet Jones 01 Oct 1822 in First Wesleyan Methodist church, Baraboo, Wis.


      68. Levi Kinnamon, born Abt. 1781 in Caroline County, MD167,168; died Unknown. He was the son of 136. John Kinnamon.
     
Child of Levi Kinnamon is:
  34 i.   Ambrose Kinnamon, born 12 Jan 1806 in Middlesex Dist., Caroline, Maryland; died 25 Mar 1890 in Bancroft, Kossuth, Iowa; married (1) Margaret; married (2) Nancy Holding Holden 15 Nov 1832 in , Caroline, Maryland.


      76. Anton Ley, born 24 May 1777 in Mayschoss, Germany169; died 11 Dec 1822170. He was the son of 152. Thomas Ley and 153. Margaret Ley. He married 77. Maria Veronika Weis 30 Jan 1802 in Mayschoss, Germany170.

      77. Maria Veronika Weis170, born 04 Dec 1760 in Ahrweiler, Germany170; died 21 Mar 1840170.
     
Children of Anton Ley and Maria Weis are:
  38 i.   Heinrich Joseph Ley, born 06 Jun 1809 in Mayschoss, Germany; died 05 Oct 1864; married Maria Anna Troepchen 29 Nov 1834 in Mayschoss, Germany.
  ii.   Michael Ley171, born 16 Aug 1812 in Dernau, Germany172; died 18 Apr 1897172; married Catherine Engels 28 Nov 1839172; born 03 Mar 1818 in Koln, Germany172; died 12 Mar 1882172.


      80. Jerimiah Woodman, born Abt. 26 Jun 1795 in Vermont; died 11 May 1867 in Dayton Corners, Richland, Wisconsin. He married 81. Cynthia Dillin 21 May 1817 in Brownsville, NY.

      81. Cynthia Dillin, born 03 Mar 1801 in Connecticut; died 09 Aug 1883 in Wolfe Island, Allen, Ontario. She was the daughter of 162. William Dillin and 163. Matilda Hawkins.

Notes for Jerimiah Woodman:
Jerimiah Woodman was born in Vermont on June 26, 1795. He moved to New York at an early age. Jeremiah Woodman enlisted in the War of 1812 at Concord, New Hampshire on July 27, 1812 and served as a private under Captain Joseph Treat in the 21st Company, US Infantry for a term of 18 months. Records reflect that he was sick at Sacketts Harbor on October 16, 1813. When his term expired on January 27, 1814, he was discharge at French Mills, At the time of his enlistment he was 18 years old. His general description was: 5 ft. 10 in., hair: brown, eyes: blue, complexion: light, occupation: farmer.
On May 21, 1817, Jeremiah Woodman and Cynthia Dillin were joined in marriage by Esq. Robison in the town of Brownsville, Jefferson County, New York. They were blessed with births of ten children.
As a result of his service in the War of 1812, Jeremiah Woodman received a land warrant. He was one of the first settlers of Richland County, Wisconsin. Land Warrant #8732 description is as follows: NE qtr of Sec. 35 in Township 10 North of Range 1. It consisted of 160 acres and was registered at Mineral Point, WI.
Most of Jeremiah and Cynthias's children also came to Wisconsin; some returned to Wolfe Island with Cynthia after Jeremiah's death.
Jeremiah died in Richland County, WI on May 1, 1867 at the age of 72 years and 10 months and is buried at Dayton Corners Cemetary in Richland County. A GAR emblem stands beside his gravesite.


Found on internet 3/10/99: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/n/e/s/Stephen-A-Nesmith/GENE2-0010.html

The old law office stood in the lower village of Franklin, then Salisbury, now known as the Webster Place. It was originally built about 1790, by Thomas W. Thompson. Its situation near the point where four of the five great counties of the state cornered was well selected for legal business. Mr. Thompson was a good lawyer, but not a great advocate. His students acquired good, industrious habits and correct principles. They were : Moses Eastman, Daniel Webster, Ezekial Webster, Daniel Abbot, Jeremiah H. Woodman, Jacob McGaw and Parker Noyes. Ichabod Bartlett, D.C. Atkinson, John A. Harper, Josiah Houghton, Peabody Rogers, and William C. Thompson studied with Mr. Noyes. To the last named Mr. Nesmith owed his invitation to leave his school in Bradford, Vermont, and enter the office consecrated to legal lore, as a student. Parker Noyes was Thomas W. Thompson's brother-in-law, and law partner from 1801 ; and about 1807, succeeded to the business, when Mr. Thompson removed to Salisbury south road.

Ellen McCormick Sat Mar 29 06:58:35 1997
WOODMAN
Deacon John Woodman, born in Newbury, Mass and one of the original lesses of Wheelock in 1790, was married to Sarah Foy of Strafford, NH and they had seven children, the youngest was Rev.Jonathan Woodman. Does anyone have the names and birthdates of the other six children? I am trying to identify the names of the parents of Jeremiah Woodman, b June 26, 1795 and "a native of Vermont". He enlisted in the War of 1812 in the vicinity of Lee, Strafford County, NH and at this point I am desperately trying to identify Jeremiah Woodman's parents. John Woodman and his wife, Sarah Foy of Strafford, NH look like good candidates. John Woodman was a deacon and his son, Jonathan Woodman was ordained an elder in the Freewill Baptist Church. Did the records of the Freewill Baptist Church survive to date? If so, where? If anyone wishes to write to me,in addition to my E-Mail address, my postal address is Ellen M. McCormick, 3132 S. 31 St., Milwaukee, WI 53215

  Notes for Cynthia Dillin:
Cynthia Dillin, the daughter of William Dillin and Matilda Hawkins was born in Connecticut on March 3, 1801. Her father brought his family to Brownville, NY in 1801. He had arrived in 1800 so it is likely he delayed bringing his family until after Cynthis's birth. In the "Genealogical and Family History" pg 180, on some crossing, "Mrs. William Dillin and a daughter, Cynthia, were precipitated into the water from a boat while crossing to Brownville, and narrowly excaped drowning. At first they were supposed to be dead, but finally were resuscitated."

On May 21, 1817, Cynthia Dillin married Jeremiah Woodman. Harry Dillin, Cynthia's younger brother recalled being at the wedding. At the time, he was six years old. Ten children were born to this union. Land records reveal that Jeremiah Woodman owned forth-four acres in the Torn of Lyme and later bought 50 acres in the Town of Pamelia, Jefferson County, New York. It is assumed that all of their children were born in Jefferson County. On December 8, 1850, Jeremiah Woodman was awarded Bounty Land as a veteran of the War of 1812. From "Charlie Campbell's Recollections" printed in the Republican Observer: "Home is the dearest spon on earth and some of my most cherished memories are of my log cabin home on grandfather's homestead in Richland County on Dayton Ridge. My grandfather Jeremiah Woodman, and his wife Cynthia, came from New York State in the east (illegible) by boat. They bought along a horse and buggy and when they landed at Milwaukee they hitched up old Dobbin and bumped along the rest of the way to Richland Center. The Woodmans had eight children, all married but one, and shortly they came to Wisconsin with their families. Grandfather bought each one 40 acres of land with the exception of their youngest son (illegible) under the parental roof, and my mother was given (illegible). Most of the Woodman descendants are in far away places not but there remains a good sprinkling of them in Richland County. It is very clear in my thoughts of the every day happenings of my family from the time I was four years old, that is 88 years ago" (Note: Charlie passed away in 1954.")

After Jeremiah's death, Cynthia returned to New York. It is possible that she made the trip with her son, Samuel D. Woodman when he returned in 1866. On June 4, 1878, Cynthia Dillin applied for a widow's pension and by that time she was a resident of Wolfe Island, Ontario. Cynthia died on August 9, 1883 and her remains were laid to rest at St. Lawrence United Church Cemetery. The Cemetery is on the south side of the island and is situated just a few hundred feet from the St. Lawrence River. A pillar gravestone marks her grave and on it is written "In memory of Cynthia Woodman, died Aug. 12, 1883. Aged 83 years."
     
Children of Jerimiah Woodman and Cynthia Dillin are:
  i.   Sylvia Ann Woodman, born 11 Jul 1818 in Lyme, Jefferson County, New York; died 20 Jul 1899 in Dayton TSP, Richland County, WI; married James Henry Barry 1841; born 10 Feb 1821 in Lyme, Jefferson County, New York; died 26 Dec 1901 in Vesper, Wood County, WI.
  Notes for James Henry Barry:
Son George's Cert of Death list's him as James H. Barry.
This family listed just prior to Lorenzo Woodman's on 1850 Census in Cape Vincent, Jefferson, NY.

History of Richland County- 1906 page 475

"Joseph Hofius was married Oct 3, 1872 to Miss Cynthia Barry, a native of Jefferson, N.Y., and the daughter of James and Sylvia Ann (Woodman) Barry, the former born on Granador Is., N. Y., and the latter in the town of Lyme, Jefferson County, N. Y. They came to Dayton, Richland County in 1865, and remained there until their death, his occuring December 25, 1903, and hers in July, 1900. At the time of their deaths Mr. Barry was eighty years of age and his wife was eighty-one. They had ten children, of whom four sons and three daughters are living. They were both members of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the husband was a Republican in his political views. Mrs. Barry's maternal grandfather, Jeremiah Woodman, was a native of Vermont, came to New York at an early age, and was one of the first settlers of Richland County. He served in the War of 1812, receiving a land warrant upon his discharge. He was a large owner of real estate. Mr. and Mrs Hofius have one daughter, Sylvia, born Sept. 7, 1875. She was educated in the common schools of Dayton, and is the wife of George B. Smart, a farmer of the same township."
(Note: Clarification of book. Jeremiah Woodman was the father of Sylvia Ann (Woodman) Barry and the maternal grandfather of Cynthia (Barry). Hofius.)


  40 ii.   Lorenzo Woodman, born 11 Nov 1819 in Watertown, New York; died 04 Nov 1858 in Dayton Corners, Richland, Wisconsin; married Charlotte Barry 11 Sep 1842 in New York.
  iii.   Abigail Woodman, born 18 Jul 1822; died Unknown.
  iv.   Matilda Woodman, born 15 Mar 1824 in Pamelia, Jefferson, New York; died 30 Mar 1917; married Charles Gould Campbell 23 Oct 1844; born Abt. 1821; died 27 Sep 1863 in Dayton Corners, Richland, Wisconsin.
  v.   Susan Woodman, born 11 Feb 1826 in Pamelia, Jefferson, New York; died Unknown; married John Flynn 11 Nov 1842; born 1821; died Unknown.
  vi.   George W. Woodman, born 27 Oct 1827 in , Jefferson, New York173; died 28 Feb 1906 in Wolfe Island ,Frontenac Co., Ontario; married (1) Hannah 1854 in NY174; born 1830175; died Unknown; married (2) Diana D. Helmer Bef. 1864; born 1827176; died 1899.
  vii.   Samuel D. Woodman, born 18 Oct 1829 in Jefferson Co., New York177; died 11 Dec 1913 in Wolfe Island ,Frontenac Co., Ontario178; married Ruth E. Lamberton 25 Jan 1854 in Lyme, Jefferson Co., NY179; born 25 Nov 1836 in New York180; died 07 Mar 1903 in Wolfe Island, Ontario, Canada181.
  viii.   Almeda Minerva Woodman, born 06 Oct 1831; died Jun 1883; married James Carter 07 Dec 1846; born 1824; died Unknown.
  ix.   William H. Woodman, born 08 Aug 1833 in New York; died 28 Mar 1835.
  x.   Charles Woodman, born 02 Sep 1838 in New York; died 10 Oct 1895.


      82. Patrick Barry, born in County Cork, Ireland; died Unknown in Jefferson County, New York. He married 83. Esther.

      83. Esther, died Unknown.
     
Children of Patrick Barry and Esther are:
  i.   James Henry Barry, born 10 Feb 1821 in Lyme, Jefferson County, New York; died 26 Dec 1901 in Vesper, Wood County, WI; married Sylvia Ann Woodman 1841; born 11 Jul 1818 in Lyme, Jefferson County, New York; died 20 Jul 1899 in Dayton TSP, Richland County, WI.
  Notes for James Henry Barry:
Son George's Cert of Death list's him as James H. Barry.
This family listed just prior to Lorenzo Woodman's on 1850 Census in Cape Vincent, Jefferson, NY.

History of Richland County- 1906 page 475

"Joseph Hofius was married Oct 3, 1872 to Miss Cynthia Barry, a native of Jefferson, N.Y., and the daughter of James and Sylvia Ann (Woodman) Barry, the former born on Granador Is., N. Y., and the latter in the town of Lyme, Jefferson County, N. Y. They came to Dayton, Richland County in 1865, and remained there until their death, his occuring December 25, 1903, and hers in July, 1900. At the time of their deaths Mr. Barry was eighty years of age and his wife was eighty-one. They had ten children, of whom four sons and three daughters are living. They were both members of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the husband was a Republican in his political views. Mrs. Barry's maternal grandfather, Jeremiah Woodman, was a native of Vermont, came to New York at an early age, and was one of the first settlers of Richland County. He served in the War of 1812, receiving a land warrant upon his discharge. He was a large owner of real estate. Mr. and Mrs Hofius have one daughter, Sylvia, born Sept. 7, 1875. She was educated in the common schools of Dayton, and is the wife of George B. Smart, a farmer of the same township."
(Note: Clarification of book. Jeremiah Woodman was the father of Sylvia Ann (Woodman) Barry and the maternal grandfather of Cynthia (Barry). Hofius.)


  41 ii.   Charlotte Barry, born 27 Nov 1822 in Watertown, New York; died 17 Oct 1886 in Dayton Corners, Richland, Wisconsin; married (1) Lorenzo Woodman 11 Sep 1842 in New York; married (2) John Miller 1861; married (3) Gideon Page 25 Dec 1871 in Richland Center, WI.
  iii.   Daniel Barry, born 1825 in Jefferson County, New York; died Unknown; married Harriet 1853; born 1834; died Unknown.
  iv.   George Barry, born Feb 1830 in New York; died 07 Jan 1887; married Mahala E. Lawton 1860; born 1836; died Unknown.
  v.   Charles Barry, born 1844; died Unknown.


      84. Joseph Reed Smart, born 14 May 1799 in Eddyville, Livingston, Kentucky182; died 13 Oct 1845 in Edgar, Illinois182. He married 85. Mary Ann Darnell 09 Aug 1827 in Edgar, Illinois182.

      85. Mary Ann Darnell, born 20 Mar 1806 in Paris, Kentucky182; died 18 Sep 1893 in Pilot Point, Texas182. She was the daughter of 170. Thomas McDonald Darnall and 171. Rachel Daughhetee.

Notes for Joseph Reed Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Nationality: American
Occupation: Farmer
Last Residence: Edgar County, Illinois
Cause of Death: Dysentary
Educated: Princeton, Kentucky
Religion: Baptist
Livingston is now Lyon KY
Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Elizabeth Smart
Fern Gough 2 Oct 93


  Notes for Mary Ann Darnell:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Nationality: American
Occupation: Housekeeper
Religion: Baptist
Education: Paris, Kentucky
Cause of Death: Old Age
Source: Fern Gough Letter dated 2 Oct 1993

Posted by Pamela E Hartman on February 02, 1999 at 05:13:13:

Mary Ann Stewart Darnall was my name
I was born in Clark Co., Kentucky March 20, 1806
Married Joseph R. Smart August 9th, 1827

My eyes are now closing to rest
My body must soon be removed
And moldering by burried in dust
No more to be --------------

Mary Ann S Smart my name is now
my age was seventy three March 20, 1879
wrote June 1: 1879

This was written in her granddaughter, Martha
Ann Stewart's autograph book, in Lime Springs, Howard Co., IA. Martha Ann Stewart
was my ggrandmother-her parents were Josiah
Stewart and Rachel Smart. She was married to
John Alexander Gough.


Posted by Pamela HARTMAN on November 11, 1998 at 10:29:04:

Joseph Reed SMART and Mary Ann DARNALL are
my ggggrandparents. In 1879 Mary Ann signed
her granddaughter, Martha Ann Stewart's
autograph book.(my ggrandmother) If anyone
would like a photocopy of this page, please let me know. Also, it puzzles me, because
she writes that her name was Mary Ann Stewart
Darnall, before her marriage. Did she have
a previous marriage? This is the only
reference I have ever seen to "Stewart" being
part of her name. Any ideas? Pamela in WI


     
Children of Joseph Smart and Mary Darnell are:
  42 i.   William M. Smart, born 25 Oct 1828 in Edgar, Illinois; died 08 Dec 1893 in Dayton, Richland, Wisconsin; married Mary Stewart WFT Est. 1862-1887.
  ii.   Rachel Smart, born 14 Mar 1830 in Edgar, Illinois182; died 04 Nov 1913 in Canova, Miner, South Dakota182; married Josiah Stewart 04 Jan 1859182; born 17 Dec 1828 in Deleware Co, Ohio182; died 15 Dec 1896182.
  Notes for Rachel Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Elizabeth Smart
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993
Nationality: American
Religion: Preslyterian
Education: Edgar ILL
Occupation: Housekeeper
Last Residence: Canova SD
Cause of Death: Pneunonia
Burried: Pleasant Hill Cemetary, Winfred SD


  Notes for Josiah Stewart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Source: Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993
Nationality: American
Religion: Preslyterian
Education:
Occupation: Farmer
Last Residence: Canova SD
Cause of Death: Heart Failure
Burried: Pleasant Hill Cemetary, Winfred SD


  iii.   Nancy Smart, born 30 May 1832 in Edgar, Illinois182; died 15 Nov 1907 in Viola, Richland, Wisconsin182; married George Croninger 31 Aug 1856182; born WFT Est. 1809-1836182; died WFT Est. 1861-1922182.
  Notes for Nancy Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993
Nationality: American
Religion: Baptist
Education: Edgar, ILL
Occupation: Housekeeper
Last Residence: Viola, Wisconsin
Cause of Death: Accident
Burried: Viola, Wisconsin


  iv.   Susanah Smart, born 12 Jul 1837 in Edgar, Illinois182; died 01 Feb 1848 in Edgar, Illinois182
  Notes for Susanah Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993
Cause of Death: Dropsy
Cause of death dropsy.
Cause of death dropsy.


  v.   Jane Smart, born 26 Dec 1839 in Edgar, Illinois182; died 13 Aug 1849182
  Notes for Jane Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Elizabeth Smart
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993 date of death changed from 12 to 13
Phyllis Griffith letter dated 30 sep 1993 (has Birth as 4 Aug 1843 and
death as 13 aug 1848)
Cause of Death: Congestive Heart failure
Buried: Edgar Co, Illinois
Died of congestive heart failure.


  vi.   Moses Jackson Smart, born 04 Aug 1843 in Edgar, Illinois182; died 14 Dec 1925 in Wenatchee, Chelan, Washington182; married Adaline Rosella Faucett 06 Dec 1871182; born 24 Oct 1854 in Fulton, Fulton, Illinois182; died 05 May 1936 in Sumner, Pierce, Washington182.
  Notes for Moses Jackson Smart:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Nationality: American
Occupation: Farmer
Educated: Viola, Wisconsin
Religion: Baptist
Last Residence: Steward, Nebraska (Wenatchee, WA - Fern Gough)
Cause of Death: Pneumonia and Erysipelas Infection
Died: Deaconess Hospital, Wenatchee, WA
Burried: Pleasant Hill Cemetary, Winfred, SD
Source: Jo Ann Fuller, 29 St. Helens Ave. Apt 1103 Tacoma, WA 98402-2630
Elizabeth Smart
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993


  Notes for Adaline Rosella Faucett:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5227, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1996]

Nationality: German-American
Religion: Methodist
Education: Astoria, ILL
Ocupation: Housekeeper
Last Residence: Sumner WA
Cause of Death: Infirmities of Old Age
Buried: Sumner WA
Source: Elizabeth Mullins
Neil Mullins 20 Sep 1993
Fern Gough letter dated 2 Oct 1993
Causse of death stroke.




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