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Ancestors of Jesse Alva Walter


Generation No. 6


      32. Philip Antoni Walter213, born Abt. 1729 in Germany213; died 1788 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213. He married 33. Anna Elizabeth Volck April 15, 1754 in New Hanover Township, Montgomery, Pennsylvania213.

      33. Anna Elizabeth Volck213, born 1739 in Germany213; died 1830213.

More About Philip Antoni Walter:
Burial: 1788, Harrolds Cemetery, Greensburg, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213

More About Anna Elizabeth Volck:
Burial: 1830, Laurel Cemetery, Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania213
     
Children of Philip Walter and Anna Volck are:
  16 i.   John Anthony Walter, born May 03, 1767 in Greenwich Township, Berkshire, Pennsylvania; died 1823 in Sandusky Township, Crawford, Ohio; married Sarah Hawk Abt. 1792 in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania.
  ii.   John Philip Walter213, born Abt. 1756 in Pennsylvania213
  iii.   Christina Walter213, born Abt. 1756 in Pennsylvania213
  iv.   John Walter213, born January 20, 1758 in Pennsylvania213
  v.   John Adam Walter213, born Abt. 1760 in Pennsylvania213
  vi.   George Peter Walter213
  vii.   John Jacob Walter213
  viii.   John Peter Walter213, born September 11, 1771 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213
  ix.   John David Walter213, born August 24, 1774 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213
  x.   John Frederick Walter213, born August 24, 1774 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213
  xi.   John William Walter213, born July 10, 1778 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213
  xii.   Elizabeth Walter213, born 1786 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania213


      34. Conrad Hawk214, born 1741 in Germany214; died 1830214. He was the son of 68. Hans Jerg Hag and 69. Catherine LNU. He married 35. Sarah Catherine Williams Abt. 1759215.

      35. Sarah Catherine Williams216, born 1743216; died in Greensburg, Pennsylvania216. She was the daughter of 70. Thomas Williams and 71. Naeima LNU.
     
Children of Conrad Hawk and Sarah Williams are:
  17 i.   Sarah Hawk, born Abt. 1775 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; married John Anthony Walter Abt. 1792 in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania.
  ii.   George Hawk216, born September 06, 1760 in Lehigh Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania216; died November 29, 1824 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216
  iii.   Jacob Hawk216, born February 12, 1765 in Lehigh Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania216; died November 29, 1824 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216
  iv.   Daniel Falkner Hawk216, born January 08, 1767 in Lehigh Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania216; died September 27, 1854 in Allegheny Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216
  More About Daniel Falkner Hawk:
Burial: West Leechburg, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216

  v.   John Nicholaus Hawk216, born April 20, 1769 in Lehigh Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania216; died 1837 in Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania216
  vi.   Conrad Hawk216, born April 12, 1771 in Lehigh Township, Northampton, Pennsylvania216; died 1827 in Green Creek Township, Sandusky, Ohio216
  More About Conrad Hawk:
Burial: Ohio216

  vii.   Catherine Hawk216, born August 19, 1773 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216
  viii.   Margaret Hawk216, born 1777 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216; died 1836 in Salem Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216
  ix.   Naomi Amalia "Amy" Hawk216, born August 06, 1780 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216; died April 04, 1853 in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania216
  x.   William Hawk216, born April 10, 1782 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216; died July 19, 1848 in Fairview, Butler, Pennsylvania216
  More About William Hawk:
Burial: Fairview, Butler, Pennsylvania216

  xi.   Michael Hawk216, born August 06, 1784 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania216; died 1833 in Fayette Co., Ohio216


      50. William Poulson216,217, born August 22, 1727 in New Castle, Delaware217; died Abt. 1771 in Delaware218,219. He was the son of 100. Jasper Poulson and 101. Margaret Simpson. He married 51. Catherine Justis.

      51. Catherine Justis220,221, born Abt. 1734 in , Newcastle, Delaware222,223. She was the daughter of 102. Paul Justis and 103. Sarah LNU.

Notes for William Poulson:
Also shown as LDS ID# 1FXL0WV

  Notes for Catherine Justis:
Also shown as LDS ID# 1FXL-0WV
     
Children of William Poulson and Catherine Justis are:
  25 i.   Catherine Poulson, born December 31, 1765 in New Castle, Delaware; died April 29, 1856 in , Newcastle, Delaware; married George Mousley April 11, 1787 in Brandywine, Newcastle, Delaware.
  ii.   Peter Poulson224, born February 18, 1753 in Brandywine Hundred, Newcastle, Delaware224
  iii.   Ann Poulson224, born August 16, 1755 in Brandywine Hundred, Newcastle, Delaware224
  iv.   George Poulson224, born November 26, 1760 in Brandywine Hundred, Newcastle, Delaware224; died October 04, 1826224


      54. William "On the Brandywine" Talley225,226,227,228, born January 1746/47 in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, Delaware229,230,231,232; died May 09, 1812 in Foulks Corner, New Castle Co., Delaware233,234,235. He was the son of 108. William "The Great" Talley and 109. Hannah Grubb. He married 55. Dinah Stilley November 05, 1768236,237.

      55. Dinah Stilley238,239,240, born February 27, 1750/51 in New Castle Co., Delaware241,242. She was the daughter of 110. Jonathan Stilley and 111. Magdalena Vandever.

Notes for William "On the Brandywine" Talley:
Notes from History of the Talley Family (1899, Geo. Talley) - pgs 41-43

"William Talley attended the St. Martin's P.R. Church at Marcus Hook until 1793. He then joined the Swedes Church at Wilmington. He and his sons, Amor and Elihu, were pew-holders there in 1806. This is shown by the records of that church. The English had almost sole control of the Church at that date. Among the pew-holders for 1806 we find the following names: Talley, Allmond, Bayard, Weldin, Perkins, Carmell, Stidham, Derrickson, Elliott, Smith, Vandever, Stilley and many others."

"It is supposed that William and Dinah lived on the farm once owned by Lewis Zebley, at Talley's Corner on the Foulk Road. He procured a deed from his father for this land, about the date of his marriage. He sold it to Capt. William Glover about 1794. Captain Glover was the father-in-law of George Clark; and Mr. Clark was father-in-law of preacher John Talley, Lewis S. Talley and John Clayton of Delaware County, Pa."

"William Talley purchased land of Thos. McKim's estate, along the Brandywine, in 1792. This tract contained 300 acres, and extended from a point east of the present site of the 'Eight Square' school house to the Brandywine. It was bounded on the northwest by a tract of 196 acres, which William, in 1807 purchased of John Wall, et al. William, after this last purchase, owned 500 acres of land in one tract. The 196-acre tract (except 50 acres which were sold by William in his lifetime) is now the homestead of William T. Talley. It is said that William owned other tracts in addition to the 500 acres. He and his wife moved to the great historic Brandywine, shortly after this purchase from McKim."

"William Talley was a remarkable man in business affairs; and had push, energy and good judgment. He was much like is father, 'William Talley the Great'. He lived thorugh the whole period of the Revolutionary struggle. It is traditionally told that he took some part in the war, but precisely what, cannot now be stated. He was about thirty years old at the time of the Battle of Brandywine. The history of these times, as they affected Brandywine Hundred, has been almost entirely lost."

"William and Dinah left to survive them a family of ten children, who from what we can learn, were remarkable for their ability, influence and intelligence. Two sons, John and Lewis, became quite able ministers in the Methodist Church. It is stated the Harmon was a member of the Delaware Legislature in 1828. A great grandson of this William is the head of a family of twenty-five children. William and his family were of a religious turn of mind. The first Methodist Camp Meeting ever held around or about Wilmington was held in the woods of William Talley near the Brandywine."


More About William "On the Brandywine" Talley:
Burial: May 1812, Foulk Burying Ground, Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, Delaware243,244

More About Dinah Stilley:
Baptism: March 31, 1751, Swedes Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware245,246
     
Children of William Talley and Dinah Stilley are:
  27 i.   Sarah Talley, born Abt. 1782 in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, Delaware; died in Delaware; married Thomas McKee.
  ii.   Curtis Talley247,248, born August 20, 1769249,250; died 1859251
  iii.   Amor Talley251,252, born 1771253,254; died December 10, 1820 in Brandywine Hundred, Delaware255,256
  iv.   Harmon Talley257,258, born April 28, 1775259,260; died August 24, 1858 in Brandywine Hundred, Delaware261,262
  v.   Elihu Talley263,264, born November 24, 1777 in Brandywine Hundred, Delaware265,266; died June 18, 1860267,268
  vi.   Peter Talley269,270, died in Illinois271
  vii.   Caleb Talley271,272, died in Delaware273
  viii.   John Talley273,274, born September 25, 1791 in Brandywine Hundred, Delaware275,276; died July 06, 1861277,278
  ix.   Lewis Talley279,280, born June 08, 1794 in Brandywine Hundred, Delaware281,282; died September 03, 1847283,284
  x.   Keziah Talley285,286, died in Delaware287
  xi.   Eli Talley287,288, died in in infancy289


      56. John McGrath, born Bef. 1745 in Biddeford, York, Maine. He married 57. Margaret Campbell January 11, 1770 in Biddeford, York, Main.

      57. Margaret Campbell, born Bef. 1749 in Biddeford, York, Maine.
     
Children of John McGrath and Margaret Campbell are:
  28 i.   Thomas McGrath, born 1768 in Belgrade, Kennebec, Maine; died June 27, 1845 in Bristol Township, Morgan Co., Ohio; married Olive Richardson August 11, 1796 in Winslow, Kennebec, Maine.
  ii.   Polly McGrath, born Bef. 1772 in Biddeford, York, Maine.
  iii.   John McGrath, born Bef. 1774 in Biddeford, York, Maine.
  iv.   Thuriza Jane McGrath, born Bef. 1775 in Maine; died in Ohio.


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