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Ancestors of Bradley Wayne McDonell

Generation No. 9

      256. James McDonnell, born Abt. 1702 in Morar, Inverness Co., Scotland.
Child of James McDonnell is:
  128 i.   Alexander McDonnell, born Abt. 1742 in Morar, Inverness Co., Scotland.

      266. John MacGillivray He married 267. Flora MacDonald.

      267. Flora MacDonald
Child of John MacGillivray and Flora MacDonald is:
  133 i.   Margaret MacGillivray, born in Williams Point, Antigonish Co., N.S; married Donald Fraser- Pioneer.

      270. Duncan MacLean, born in Moidart, Inverness Co., Scotland.
Children of Duncan MacLean are:
  135 i.   Mary MacLean, born Abt. 1773 in Moidart, Inverness Co., Scotland; died May 30, 1860; married Duncan McIsaac.
  ii.   Donald MacLean
  iii.   Alexander MacLean
  iv.   John MacLean
  v.   Ann MacLean
  vi.   Margaret Catherine MacLean

      276. David Clark, born 1748; died Abt. 1785 in At Sea. He was the son of 552. David Clark. He married 277. Patience Kelley.

      277. Patience Kelley, born Abt. 1755.
Child of David Clark and Patience Kelley is:
  138 i.   Nathan Clark, born September 10, 1784 in Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died Abt. 1863 in Chester, Eaton County, Michigan; married (1) Anna Loomis January 01, 1810 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York; married (2) Lucy Barnes May 1834.

      278. Jonathan Loomis, born December 16, 1753 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts; died December 12, 1832 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York. He was the son of 556. Nathaniel Loomis. He married 279. Martha Blackman Abt. 1805 in Probably in Pittsfield - Champion was founded 1800.

      279. Martha Blackman, born Abt. 1756 in Coventry, CT; died April 01, 1813 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York.

Notes for Jonathan Loomis:
Jonathan Loomis, grandfather of Albert Clark Randall, was a volunteer in the Revolutionary War for 7 years. He served with Steven's Company, Massachusetts.

D.A.R. Martha Clark Thompson, NAT 85552

More About Jonathan Loomis:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Champion, Jefferson Co., NY
Emigration: All Loomis work needs to be redone - notes are too sloppy. Family History exists.
Military service: Revolutionary War, Bunker Hill
Children of Jonathan Loomis and Martha Blackman are:
  i.   Samuel Loomis, born December 22, 1780; died February 25, 1843 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York; married Sarah Sanders January 1806.
  ii.   John Loomis, born October 29, 1782; died October 12, 1867; married Ashley Brooks.
  iii.   Alvin Loomis, born July 28, 1783; married Nancy Waite April 13, 1809.
  139 iv.   Anna Loomis, born Abt. 1786 in Massachusetts; died July 10, 1833 in LaGrange, Lorain Co., Ohio; married Nathan Clark January 01, 1810 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York.
  v.   Otis Loomis, born March 07, 1790; died November 21, 1868; married Rachel Harris September 06, 1811.
  vi.   Horace Loomis, born May 23, 1794; married Phila Harris April 17, 1813 in Champion, Jefferson Co., New York.
  vii.   Martha Loomis, born 1796; married Thomas Sweet.

      288. Jesse* Crampton, born April 08, 1771 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died April 08, 1854. He was the son of 576. Hull* Crampton and 577. Abigail Meigs. He married 289. Deborah Ward.

      289. Deborah Ward, born June 12, 1774 in Bergen, Genessee Co., New York; died September 13, 1849.

More About Deborah Ward:
Blessing: Deborah Ward brought brains to the family; previously engaged in farming in Connecticut The family began to flourish and has had successes through today.
Children of Jesse* Crampton and Deborah Ward are:
  i.   Deborah Meigs Crampton
  ii.   Mary Kirtland Crampton
  iii.   Siba Jeanette Crampton
  iv.   Levi Hull Crampton, born 1798.
  v.   Polly Kirtland Crampton, born 1799.
  vi.   Louisa Ward Crampton, born March 24, 1802.
  144 vii.   Henry* Edward Crampton I, born December 17, 1809 in E. Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died August 30, 1872 in Bergen, Genessee Co., New York; married (1) Sarah Van Valen May 02, 1832; married (2) Sarah Ann Benham June 07, 1847; married (3) Amanda M. Ward July 14, 1851; married (4) Cynthia Ann Ward March 1860.
  viii.   Jesse Albert Crampton, born 1813.

      290. Joseph B. Van Valen, born July 15, 1775 in Poughkeepsie, New York; died May 15, 1859 in Poughkeepsie, New York. He was the son of 580. John Van Valen. He married 291. Mary Snyder.

      291. Mary Snyder, born October 25, 1778 in Albany, New York; died 1872 in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Child of Joseph Van Valen and Mary Snyder is:
  145 i.   Sarah Van Valen, born May 03, 1811 in LaGrange, Dutchess Co., New York; died February 12, 1842; married Henry* Edward Crampton I May 02, 1832.

      294. Abraham Taylor He was the son of 588. Shadrach Taylor and 589. Charity Chatterton. He married 295. Dorcas Oakley.

      295. Dorcas Oakley She was the daughter of 590. Stephen Oakley and 591. Jane.
Child of Abraham Taylor and Dorcas Oakley is:
  147 i.   Jane Taylor, born September 25, 1806 in Yonkers, New York Co., New York; died August 04, 1895 in Queens, New York Co., New York; married Jacob Miller.

      300. Lewis Palmer, born January 01, 1782 in Greenwich, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died August 18, 1858 in Greenwich, New Haven Co., Connecticut. He married 301. Mary Williams in Greenwich, New Haven Co., Connecticut.

      301. Mary Williams, born June 29, 1790; died August 03, 1839 in Bedford, New York.
Children of Lewis Palmer and Mary Williams are:
  150 i.   James Raymond Palmer, born December 19, 1809 in Bedford, New York; married Matilda Griffin.
  ii.   Jeremiah Palmer, born 1811.
  iii.   Francis Asbury Palmer, born November 26, 1812 in Bedford, New York Co., NY; died November 02, 1902 in New York City, NY; married Susannah Sheldon October 30, 1834.
  Notes for Francis Asbury Palmer:
Here is our man who "...saved his dimes..." and bought a bank. His dislike of second marriages stemmed from his aquaintance with the Miller family - a reprobate in that family had a child by his second wife, an event that disturbed a sure inheritance until the unwelcome newcomer passed away at age 21.

  More About Francis Asbury Palmer:
Occupation: Real Estate speculator. With Jacob Miller, bought up land planned for E. Landing of Brooklyn Bridge. Banker. Raised Susan Frances Lewis after death of Susannah Sheldon death.
Will: Cut Susan Frances Lewis out after she married a 2nd time. Against her uncle's wishes.

      304. John Whitaker, born Abt. 1830; died Abt. 1857 in Henry Co., Indiana. He was the son of 608. John Whitaker and 609. Dina Lewis. He married 305. Sarah Riggs in Drake Co., Indiana.

      305. Sarah Riggs, died Abt. 1857 in Henry Co., Indiana.
Child of John Whitaker and Sarah Riggs is:
  152 i.   James Whitaker, born January 01, 1800; married Rebecca Sterling February 1824 in Richmond, Wayne Co., Indiana.

      312. Major Jones, born 1777 in Falls TWP, Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania. He was the son of 624. Benjamin Jones and 625. Elizabeth -----. He married 313. Sarah Townsend Abt. 1798 in Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania.

      313. Sarah Townsend

More About Major Jones:
Emigration: From Pennsylvania - Brothers Major and Minor Jones traveled to Upstate New York -
Verification: 1978, "Jones Family" gave us a tenuous connection but the names "Major" and "Minor" are beyond coincidence. We concluded that this source was reliable.
Children of Major Jones and Sarah Townsend are:
  156 i.   Minor Jones, born Abt. 1810 in Dansville, Steuben Co., New York; married Sally Norton.
  ii.   James Townsend Jones
  iii.   Uriah Jones
  iv.   Lyman Jones
  v.   Major Jones
  vi.   Elizabeth Jones
  vii.   Matilda Jones
  viii.   Susan Jones

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