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Ancestors of William Chriss Musick II

Generation No. 8


      144. Moses Cooper, born August 08, 1727 in Long Island; died 1778 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 288. James Cooper and 289. Abigail. He married 145. Mary Doty (Coleman) 1751.

      145. Mary Doty (Coleman), born April 30, 1733 in Long Island; died November 14, 1823 in Washington County, Pennslyvania. She was the daughter of 290. Jonathan Doty and 291. Mary.

More About Moses Cooper:
Died 2: Enroute from New Jersey to Washington County
Burial: Millsboro, Washington County

More About Mary Doty (Coleman):
Burial: Amity Presbyterian Cemetary, Amity, Pennsylvania
     
Children of Moses Cooper and Mary (Coleman) are:
  72 i.   Zebulon Cooper Sr., born January 25, 1751/52 in New Jersey; died December 22, 1835 in Washington County, Pennslyvania; married Mary White April 24, 1775 in New Jersey.
  ii.   Moses Cooper, born April 04, 1754; died April 16, 1831.
  iii.   Mary Cooper, born June 06, 1756; died October 21, 1832; married Jeremiah Jagger.
  iv.   Elizabeth Cooper, born May 26, 1759; died 1844.
  v.   Nathaniel Cooper, born September 21, 1761; died April 16, 1848.
  vi.   Eunice Cooper, born March 26, 1764; died July 14, 1850.
  vii.   Lemuel Cooper, born March 04, 1767; died January 19, 1797.
  viii.   Penelope Cooper, born November 28, 1769; died July 28, 1833.
  ix.   Ephriam Cooper, born July 09, 1772; died February 18, 1860.
  x.   Stephen Cooper, born February 14, 1775; died May 29, 1853.


      146. John White He was the son of 292. Captain Ephriam White and 293. Sarrah Herrick. He married 147. Jerusha.

      147. Jerusha
     
Child of John White and Jerusha is:
  73 i.   Mary White, born 1756; died November 06, 1840; married Zebulon Cooper Sr. April 24, 1775 in New Jersey.


      148. Joseph Bane, born 1710 in Goshen Quaker Stmt, Chester, Pennsylvania; died Aft. 1800 in Virginia. He was the son of 296. Mordecai Bane and 297. Naomi Medley. He married 149. Perthiana Ellis May 29, 1741 in Chester, Pennslyvania.

      149. Perthiana Ellis, born Abt. 1718 in Haverford, Chester, Pennsylvania; died Aft. November 10, 1772.

More About Joseph Bane:
Date born 2: 1710

More About Perthiana Ellis:
Name 2: or Parthenia Ellis
     
Children of Joseph Bane and Perthiana Ellis are:
  i.   Ellis Bane, born October 01, 1743 in Chester County, Pennsylvania; died August 23, 1838 in Rich Hill Twp., Green County, Pennsylvania.
  Notes for Ellis Bane:
About the year 1768 five brothers-Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, Ellis, and Joseph Bane-came to Amwell township, whither they had emigrated from the West Branch of the Potomac River in Virginia, to which section they had migrated from New England. The father of this family was a native of Scotland, and the mother was from Wales..... Ellis Bane in time removed from his home in Amwell township to Ryerson's Station, in Greene County, very near the State line, and died there, leaving a number of children. - Crumrine

  More About Ellis Bane:
Burial: Wolf Run Cemetary

  ii.   Jesse Bane, born Abt. September 1744 in Chester County, Pennsylvania; died October 25, 1842 in Washington, Pennslyvania90
  Notes for Jesse Bane:
About the year 1768 five brothers-Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, Ellis, and Joseph Bane-came to Amwell township, whither they had emigrated from the West Branch of the Potomac River in Virginia, to which section they had migrated from New England....They afterwards warranted and patented their lands as follows: James [should be Jesse?] Bane, warrant Feb.20, 1786; survey March 30, 1786, as "Bane's Forest," contains three hundred and thirty-six acres....Jesse Bane, the oldest of the five brothers, died upon his original farm at a very great age. - Crumrine

  More About Jesse Bane:
Burial: Mt. Herman Cemetary, Washington, Pennsylvania

  iii.   Joseph Bane, born 1747 in Of Chester, Pennsylvania; died 1810 in Nelson, Kentucky.
  Notes for Joseph Bane:
About the year 1768 five brothers-Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, Ellis, and Joseph Bane-came to Amwell township, whither they had emigrated from the West Branch of the Potomac River in Virginia, to which section they had migrated from New England. ...Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, and Ellis Bane all settled upon adjoining farms one mile west of Amity village, in this township, but Joseph preferred the life of a hunter and did not invest largely in landed estate....Joseph Bane, one of the five brothers Bane, never married. He was elected captain of a company of militia, and one time with his company followed a band of Indians to the west side of the Ohio River, crossing the stream below Wheeling. They overtook and attacked the enemy, but the battle resulted in victory for the Indians. Bane and his men beat a hasty retreat, but Bane was shot. He was carried by his men five days on horseback back to Amity village, where he soon recovered and went to Kentucky. On his way out he killed two Indians and took their scalps, which he sent to his friends in Amwell township. He died in Kentucky. - Crumrine

  iv.   Nathaniel Bane, born 1749; died December 16, 1816 in Amwell, Washington County, Pennsylvania.
  Notes for Nathaniel Bane:
About the year 1768 five brothers-Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, Ellis, and Joseph Bane-came to Amwell township, whither they had emigrated from the West Branch of the Potomac River in Virginia, to which section they had migrated from New England....Jesse, Nathan, Isaac, and Ellis Bane all settled upon adjoining farms one mile west of Amity village...They afterwards warranted and patented their lands as follows: Nathan Bane, warrant Feb. 20, 1786; survey March 30, 1786, as "Bane's Fancy," contains three hundred and four acres.....Nathan Bane, who died at an advanced age upon his Amwell farm, left two sons, Abraham and Jacob, who also lived and died upon the homestead. An advertisement by three sons of Nathan Bane, dated Oct. 25, 1813, says that they had erected a new fulling mill on the Middle Fork of Ten-Mile Creek, about one hundred yards from the site of the old mill, and solicited the patronage of the vicinity. - Crumrine

  More About Nathaniel Bane:
Date born 2: Cemetary records show born: 1750
Burial: Mt. Herman, Amwell Twp., Washington, Pennsylvania

  74 v.   Isaac Bane, born January 03, 1753 in Chester, Pennslyvania; died May 12, 1844 in Amwell, Washington County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Ferguson Bef. 1768 in Virginia.
  vi.   Elizabeth Bane, born Abt. 1755 in Chester, Pennslyvania; died February 27, 1827 in Washington, Pennslyvania; married James Tucker; died Abt. 1818.
  Notes for James Tucker:
Moved to Pennsylvania in 1775 (Beers:1280)



      168. John Hazen, born February 21, 1710/11 in Boxford, Massachusetts; died Aft. 1754. He was the son of 336. John Hazen and 337. Mercy Bradstreet. He married 169. Deborah Peck March 10, 1733/34 in Lyme, Connecticut.

      169. Deborah Peck She was the daughter of 338. Wallace Peck.

Notes for John Hazen:
Birth recrods at Boxford say born in 1710, alter in Norwich when birth dates of children were recorded by John Sr., birth date of oldest son is 1711 or 1712. (FTW Vol 13 #1426)
     
Children of John Hazen and Deborah Peck are:
  84 i.   Joseph Hazen, born September 28, 1749 in Colchester, Connecticut; died in Beaver County, Pennsylvania; married Martha ?.
  ii.   Mary B. Hazen, born January 05, 1734/35 in Lyme, Connecticut91; died Abt. 174592
  Notes for Mary B. Hazen:
FTM User Home Page - Ancestors of Linda Jo Hanson - shows birth date as March 29, 1740.

  iii.   John Hazen, born February 10, 1737/38 in Lyme, Connecticut93
  iv.   Mercy Hazen, born March 29, 1740 in Lyme, Connecticut93
  v.   Deborah Hazen, born February 22, 1742/43 in Lyme, Connecticut93; married James Bell.
  Notes for James Bell:
In his will dated March 29, 1778, James Bell of Upper hardwick Twnshp, Sussex Co., New Jersey metioned a wife, Deborah, brother-in-law, Nathaniel Hazen, father Isaac Bell, and children.

  vi.   Nathaniel Hazen, born March 17, 1744/45 in New Jersey93; died November 03, 1835 in Beaver, Pennsylvania93; married Mary Bell November 27, 176894.
  vii.   Eunice Hazen, born May 22, 1747 in Colchester, Connecticut95; died 1817 in Beaver County, Pennsylvania96; married Jacob Reeder January 22, 176796.
  viii.   Lydia Hazen, born December 22, 1751 in Lyme, Connecticut97
  ix.   Samuel Hazen, born June 04, 1754 in Hamburg, Connecticut97


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