|i.||Daniel Camp Stinchcomb, born 1791.|
|128||ii.||George Stinchcomb Jr., born July 14, 1793 in Westmoreland County, (?) Pennsylvania; died July 11, 1875 in Thorn twp, Perry county, Ohio; married Ann Wiseman August 24, 1819 in Perry County, Ohio.|
|iii.||James Stinchcomb, born July 1794 in Pennsylvania; died February 22, 1879 in Sycamore, Ohio; married Pricilla Weddle 1816 in Manongahela city , Pennsylvania; died November 28, 1872 in Sycamore, Ohio.|
|iv.||Catherine Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1796 in Pennsylvania; married Henry Valentine Aft. 1812 in Thorn twp., Perry county, Ohio; died March 05, 1868 in Morrow County, Ohio.|
Notes for Henry Valentine:|
Henry lived in Thorn twp., Perry co., Ohio til 1828 when he moved to Seneca county, living there ten years. He then moved to Morrow county, Ohio, where he lived until his death in 1868. He married Catherine (Kitty) Stinchcomb after serving in the War of 1812.
More About Henry Valentine:|
Military service: Bet. 1812 - 1814, War of 1812 Soldier
|v.||John Stinchcomb, born Abt. 1802 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1855 in Clinton twp., Seneca co., Ohio; married Barbara Turflinger November 12, 1828 in Fairfield county, Ohio; born 1806 in Ohio.|
|i.||Mary Wiseman, born October 05, 1788.|
|ii.||Elizabeth Wiseman, born July 10, 1789; died Bef. 1893; married John Brattin; born Abt. 1785.|
|iii.||Margaret Wiseman, born June 13, 1790; married Aaron Morgan.|
|129||iv.||Ann Wiseman, born December 09, 1791 in Rockingham county, Virginia; died November 17, 1869 in New Salem, Perry county, Ohio; married George Stinchcomb Jr. August 24, 1819 in Perry County, Ohio.|
|v.||Isaac Wiseman, born July 11, 1797; died Bef. 1893; married Sarah Hull; born Abt. 1800.|
|vi.||Sarah Wiseman, born June 03, 1799; married Thomas Bratton; born Abt. 1795.|
|vii.||Joseph Green Wiseman, born December 06, 1801 in Monroe county, Va; died May 05, 1885 in Ohio; married Susan Manley 1827.|
Notes for Joseph Green Wiseman:|
WISEMAN, JUDGE JOSEPH G., was born December 6, 1801, in
Monroe county, now West Virginia; post office Salem. By occupation in
early life a bricklayer and later, a farmer, also.
He is a son of Rev. John Wiseman, who came to section twenty-nine, Thorn township,
Perry county. Ohio, in 1818, and grandson of Isaac Wiseman, who died
in Virginia, at the age of ninety-two. The brothers of Judge Wiseman
were James G., John R., Isaac, Philip S. and Jacob G. Wiseman;
all gone. His sisters were Elizabeth, wife of John Brattin; Margaret,
wife of Aaron Morgan; and Ann, wife of George Stinchcomb;
His mother's maiden name was Sarah Green, a native of
Rockingham county, Virginia, and a niece of Hugh McGarey, an
Indian fighter, of Kentucky, a companion of Daniel Boone. The
memory of these brave men is preserved in a poem by Bryant.
The father of Judge Wiseman was with Washington at Valley Forge; died
in 1842, in his eighty-second year, and rests in the Methodist Episcopal
cemetery, at Salem. He was a local preacher, regularly ordained, and
solemnized marriages. Judge Wiseman was his Father's executor for his Estate.
Judge Wiseman was married in 1827 to Miss
Susan, daughter of John Manley. Four of her six children still survive.
In 1844, after the death of his wife, he was married to Mrs. Katharine
Parr. In 1855, after the death of his second wife, he was married to
Miss Nancy J. Melick, sister of Alexander Melick, of Madison
His children are: Louisa, wife of N. H. Crouch, of Newark;
Minta S., wife of H. F. Winders, Findlay, Ohio; J. Manly Wiseman,
married to Caroline Baker, sister of Andrew Baker, and Katharine,
wife of Charles Kelsey, post office Salem; one son and three
daughters. His son, Theodore, went into the Seventeenth Ohio Volunteer
Infantry at the beginning of the war, lost his health, and died at the age
Joseph G. Wiseman became Associate Justice on the
Common Pleas bench of Perry county and served six years. He was
a Filmore elector in 1856, and a Bell elector in 1860, and served six
years as Justice of the Peace. He supported the war policy of Lincoln
and has since voted with the Republicans. He has acquired a handsome
estate by plodding industry and honest labor, enjoys a pleasant
home, and the respect of his neighbors, and except Elijah Kemper and
Jonas Groves, has voted longer in Thorn township than any other man.
He always was a great reader and patronized literature.
|viii.||Abner Wiseman, born March 11, 1805.|
|ix.||Phillip Smith Wiseman, born June 10, 1806 in Monroe county, Va; died January 28, 1862 in Ohio; married Priscilla Lewis.|
|x.||Jacob Green Wiseman, born November 26, 1808; died June 12, 1874 in Perry county, Ohio; married Rebecca ?; born September 01, 1812; died November 24, 1848 in Ohio.|
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