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Descendants of THOMAS BUTLER,l

Generation No. 2


2. MARY2 BUTLER (THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1734, and died June 08, 1776 in Shenandoah Co. Va.. She married JOHN TIPTON. He was born 1732 in Baltimore Co., Md., and died August 1813 in Washington Co. Tn..
     
Children of M
ARY BUTLER and JOHN TIPTON are:
  i.   SAMUEL3 TIPTON, b. 1752, Shenandoah Co. Va.; d. Unknown.
  ii.   BENJANIN TIPTON, b. 1755, Shenandoah, Co. Va./Shenandoah Co., VA; d. Unknown.
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  iii.   ABRAHAM TIPTON, b. 1761, Shenandoah, Co. Va./Shenandoah Co., VA; d. 1782, Louisville, Ky.
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5. iv.   WILLIAM TIPTON, b. 1762, Shenandoah, Co. Va./Shenandoah Co., VA; d. Unknown.
6. v.   ISAAC TIPTON, b. 1763; d. Unknown.
  vi.   JACOB TIPTON, b. 1765, Shenandoah, Co. Va./Shenandoah Co., VA; d. Unknown; m. MARY BRADFORD; d. Unknown.
  vii.   THOMAS TIPTON, b. 1766; d. Unknown.
  viii.   JOHN TIPTON, b. 1767; d. Unknown; m. ELIZABETH SNAPP; d. Unknown.
7. ix.   JONATHAN TIPTON, b. 1776; d. Unknown.


3. JOSEPH2 BUTLER, SR (THOMAS1) was born 1742 in Frederick Co. Va., and died January 15, 1811 in Coshocton Co. Oh.. He married ELIZABETH BURLEY. She was born 1736, and died February 1813 in Coshocton Co. Oh..

Notes for JOSEPH BUTLER
, SR:
Joseph Butler served in the 7th, 9th & 10th Regiments of the Virginia Continental Line in the American Revolution. He is listed in "Owathney's Virginians in the Revolution," p. 117. This line has been accepted by the Daughters of the American Revolution and is on record at National Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

I recieved a book from my mother-in-law, called "Historical Collection
II, Warsaw and the Walhonding Valley". (The book was published in 1934
and reprinted in 1984) I thought you might like to know what I found on
the Butlers and the Severns:

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THE BUTLERS
Perhaps the pioneer settler of Jefferson Township was Joseph Butler
who came from Virginia in 1803. He settled on the Washington Darling
farm now called the "Evergreen Farm" and built a log cabin in the
present house yard of that farm. He died in 1809 and was buried on the
hill back of the house. A great-great-grandson recently tore down the
slab at the head of the grave and erected a granite monument. His son
Isaac met death in crossing a ford near the cabin and his death is
regarded as the first one in the township.
The Indians called at the early Butler cabin occasionally and were
invited to eat with them. They always accepted the invitation and
usually devoured all they could and took the rest with them. One time
Mrs. Butler visited the Indians as they were preparing a meal. They
placed an uncleaned deer, head, hair and all, in a large kettle to boil
and later they cooked turnips in the broth. Mrs. Butler did not stay for
the Indian feast. Many deer inhabited the forests in those days and the
lower limbs of a tree near the Butler cabin was filled with hanging deer
horns from these animals killed by the early Butlers.
Several other Butlers were early county settlers, but they do not
concern our sketch of Jefferson Township settlers. The direct living
descendants of this early ancestor are: The Washington Darling family,
Everett Darling family, Mrs. Moore, and Mrs. Herman Johnson.

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SEVERNS


More About JOSEPH BUTLER
, SR:
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Children of JOSEPH BUTLER and ELIZABETH BURLEY are:
  i.   ELIZABETH3 BUTLER, d. Unknown.
  ii.   ELIJAH BUTLER, d. Unknown.
  iii.   PRISCILLA BUTLER, d. Unknown; m. STEPHEN MORGAN, August 16, 1806; d. Unknown.
  iv.   RACHEL BUTLER, d. Unknown.
8. v.   MARY BUTLER, b. 1765, Monongalia Co. Va.; d. October 06, 1835, Coshoction, Co. Oh..
9. vi.   JOSEPH BUTLER,JR., b. 1767; d. 1837.
10. vii.   JOHN BUTLER, SR, b. 1768, Frederick Co. Va.; d. 1850, Knox County, Ohio.
11. viii.   THOMAS BUTLER, b. 1769, Frederick Co. Va.; d. 1853, Coshocton Co, Ohio.
12. ix.   JAMES BUTLER, b. 1771; d. Unknown.
13. x.   BENJAMIN BUTLER, b. April 18, 1779, Monongalia Co. Va.; d. June 04, 1872, Danville, Ohio.
14. xi.   ISAAC BUTLER, b. 1780, Monongalia Co., VA.; d. April 1809, Walhonding River, Oh..


4. THOMAS2 BUTLER, LL (THOMAS1) was born May 06, 1747 in Federick County, VA., and died September 22, 1825 in Wayne Co. OH.. He married REBECCA DAUGHERTY. She died Unknown.

More About T
HOMAS BUTLER, LL:
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Occupation: Sheriff & Justice of the Peace
     
Children of T
HOMAS BUTLER and REBECCA DAUGHERTY are:
  i.   ELIZABETH3 BUTLER, d. Unknown.
  ii.   ELIJAH BUTLER, d. Unknown.
  iii.   PRISCILLA BUTLER, d. Unknown; m. STEPHEN MORGAN, August 16, 1806; d. Unknown.
  More About PRISCILLA BUTLER:
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15. iv.   SARAH BUTLER, b. 1765, VA.; d. 1825, Holmes County, Oh..
  v.   MARY BUTLER, b. March 01, 1775; d. Unknown; m. (1) THOMAS LEWIS; d. Unknown; m. (2) WILLIAM PRICE; d. Unknown.
16. vi.   JONATHAN BUTLER, b. December 04, 1776, Shenandoah Co., VA.; d. October 1851, Marshall County, IND..
  vii.   THOMAS BUTLER, LLL, b. August 10, 1783; d. Unknown; m. REBECCA MORGAN, April 12, 1812, Wayne Co. OH.; d. Unknown.
17. viii.   RACHEL BUTLER, b. 1788, Va.; d. July 12, 1866, Knox Co. Oh..
18. ix.   REBECCA BUTLER, b. November 08, 1795, Va.; d. January 16, 1832.


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