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Ancestors of Ashley Colleen Warkentien

Generation No. 10


      518. Joachim Schroder, born Abt. 1730 in Germany; died in Germany.
     
Child of Joachim Schroder is:
  259 i.   Lucia Sophia Schroder, born 1754 in Ludershagen, Mecklenburg Schwerin, Germany; died 18 Jul 1843 in Ludershagen, Mecklenburg Schwerin, Germany; married Hans Knus, Knuhsten in Germany.


      576. Augustine Passmore, born 27 Jul 1714 in Kennett, Chester, PA, USA; died 25 May 1782 in Cecil, Md, USA. He was the son of John Passmore SR. and Mary Buxcey. He married 577. Hannah Howard 28 Jan 1754 in Providence, Cecil, MD, USA.

      577. Hannah Howard, born 15 Feb 1729 in Edgmont, Chestor, PA, USA; died 02 Mar 1774 in Providence, Cecil, MD, USA. She was the daughter of Henry Howard and Hannah Sharples.
     
Children of Augustine Passmore and Hannah Howard are:
  288 i.   Henry Passmore SR., born 29 Jul 1761 in Chester, PA, USA; died 19 Apr 1836 in Harrison, Hamilton, OH, USA; married Martha Magdalene Busel 1786 in Cecil, MD, USA.
  ii.   Richard Passmore, born 12 Dec 1754 in Milford, Cecil, MD, USA; died 23 Sep 1817 in Willistown.
  iii.   Hannah Passmore, born 13 Jun 1756 in Milford, Cecil, MD, USA; died 24 Nov 1826 in Springfield, Delaware, PA, USA.
  iv.   Rebecca Passmore, born 13 Apr 1758 in Milford, Cecil, MD, USA; died 24 Nov 1826 in Wayne, Mifflin, PA, USA.
  v.   Phebe Passmore, born 11 Sep 1763 in Milford, Cecil, MD, USA; died 13 Nov 1803.
  vi.   Abigail Passmore, born 17 Jul 1765 in Milford, Cecil, MD, USA; died in Philadelphia, PA, USA.


      578. Johan Tomas Busel (Bozell), born 1729 in Volnsberg, Siegen Kriese, Westfalen, Prussia; died 10 May 1810 in Dover, York, PA, USA. He married 579. Maria Margaretha Beck (Pick).

      579. Maria Margaretha Beck (Pick), born 28 Mar 1735 in Richelbach Neunkirchen, Milenberg, Germany; died 1805 in York, PA, USA. She was the daughter of Valentin Beck and Katharina Ulrich.
     
Children of Johan (Bozell) and Maria (Pick) are:
  289 i.   Martha Magdalene Busel, born 13 Apr 1765 in York, PA, USA or Cecil, MD, USA; died 21 Mar 1842 in Harrison, Hamilton, OH, USA; married Henry Passmore SR. 1786 in Cecil, MD, USA.
  ii.   Marie Elizabeth Busel, born 23 Oct 1760 in Volnsberg, Siegen Kriese, Westfalen, Prussia; died 1823 in York, PA, USA.
  iii.   Mary Catherine Busel, born 1765 in Volnsberg, Siegen Kriese, Westfalen, Prussia.
  iv.   Frederich Busel, born 1767 in York, PA, USA; died Sep 1837 in York, PA, USA.
  v.   Anna Margaretha Busel, born 12 Mar 1772 in York, PA, USA; died 28 Dec 1838 in Dover, York, PA, USA.
  vi.   Thomas Busel, born 1775 in York, PA, USA; died 05 Jan 1847 in Slippery Rock, Mercer, PA, USA.
  vii.   Johannes John Busel (Boozel), born 1779 in York, PA, USA; died 02 Feb 1852 in Tuscarora, Juniata, PA, USA.
  viii.   Johan Jacob Busel, born 1763 in York, PA, USA.
  ix.   Anna Maria Busel, died 1792 in Hellam, York, PA, USA.


      580. Sebastian Boston Stonebraker, born 29 Nov 1755 in Berks, PA, USA; died 06 Jul 1836 in Ripley, Montgomery, IN, USA. He was the son of John "Dietrich" Steinbrecher and Catherine Reutter. He married 581. Susannah Yeakley.

      581. Susannah Yeakley, born 14 Jun 1760 in Heidelburg, Lancaster, PA, USA; died 06 Feb 1837 in Ripley, Montgomery, IN, USA. She was the daughter of George Yeakley and Anna Maria Lauck Louck.
     
Children of Sebastian Stonebraker and Susannah Yeakley are:
  290 i.   George Stonebraker, born 22 Mar 1783 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died Aft. 16 Oct 1850 in Montgomery, IN, USA; married Betty Balser Bef. 1804 in Rockingham, VA, USA.
  ii.   Anna Elizabeth Stonebraker, born 27 Apr 1779 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died Bef. 1836.
  iii.   John Dietrich Stonebraker, born 26 Apr 1781 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died Aft. 1844.
  iv.   Johannes Stonebraker, born 28 Sep 1785 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died in Died In Infancy.
  v.   Christina Stonebraker, born 20 Oct 1787 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died 02 Sep 1852 in Montgomery, IN, USA.
  vi.   Catherine Stonebraker, born 06 May 1790 in Mahony, Northumberland, PA, USA; died 17 Jan 1880 in Ripley, Montgomery, IN, USA.
  vii.   Jacob Stonebraker, born 21 Jul 1792 in Sunbury, Northumberland, PA, USA; died 20 Feb 1872 in Montgomery, IN, USA.
  viii.   Boy? Stonebraker, born 06 Jan 1795 in Pa, USA; died 06 Jan 1795 in Pa, USA.
  ix.   David Stonebraker, born 04 Jun 1796 in Pa, USA; died 15 Jan 1824 in Butler, OH, USA.
  x.   Joseph Stonebraker, born 31 Oct 1798 in Rockingham, VA, USA; died Abt. 1852 in Missouri River.
  xi.   Annamaria Stonebraker, born 12 Jun 1802 in Rockingham, VA, USA; died 13 Mar 1871 in Montgomery, IN, USA.
  xii.   Wilhelm Stonebraker, born 28 Aug 1805 in Rockingham, VA, USA; died Bef. 1870 in IN, USA.


      672. Jacob Harrell He married 673. Elizabeth Vaughn.

      673. Elizabeth Vaughn
     
Child of Jacob Harrell and Elizabeth Vaughn is:
  336 i.   John David Herrell, born 1768 in Jonesboro, Washington, Tennessee, Usa; died 1840 in Henry County KY; married Amelia Deacons in Tn Usa.


      676. Luke Wyle He was the son of Luke Wiley.
     
Child of Luke Wyle is:
  338 i.   Benjamin Wiley, Sr., born 1774 in MD, Usa; died 1833 in Henry County KY; married Elizabeth "Betsy" Collett in MD, USA.


      678. Moses Collett, born 17 Nov 1718 in 7th Dis, Baltimore MD, USA; died Jun 1783 in Madison, VA USA. He was the son of Daniel Collett and Elizabeth or Ruth. He married 679. Elizabeth Wyle 1743 in MD, USA.

      679. Elizabeth Wyle, born 18 Aug 1717 in VA, USA.

Notes for Moses Collett:
See wills/intestacy of Moses Collett, 1782 will Berkeley Co, Va.

Also 1754 intestacy of Abraham Collett of Frederic Co, Va. There's also a 1750 will of John Collett of York Co & a 1752 will of Susan Collett of York Co, Va. Found in VA WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS 1632-1800, AN INDEX. Torrence, Clayton. Gen. Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1972. DalPubLib 929.3 V8Zt

Quaker Colletts A Moses Collett & wife Mercy were part of the Quaker community of Frederick Co, Va circa 1800--seemed to be allied to a Haines family. HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934. Records of Hopewell Monthly Meetings & Meetings Reporting to Hopewell. Joint Committee of Hopewell
Friends, assisted by Wayland, John W. Gen. Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1975. DalPubLib 929.1 J74H

     
Children of Moses Collett and Elizabeth Wyle are:
  339 i.   Elizabeth "Betsy" Collett, born 18 Dec 1774 in Baltimore Co. Maryland Little Giding, England; died 27 Feb 1816 in Henry County KY; married Benjamin Wiley, Sr. in MD, USA.
  ii.   Stephen Collett, born 04 May 1746 in Baltimore MD, USA; died Nov 1820 in KY, USA.
  iii.   Rachel Collett, born 15 Dec 1748 in Baltimore MD, USA; died 28 Sep 1818 in Baltimore, MD, USA.
  iv.   Daniel Collett, born 10 Feb 1752 in Baltimore MD, USA; died 10 Jun 1835 in Chester, Clinton, OH, USA.
  v.   John Collett, born 08 Nov 1757 in Baltimore MD, USA; died 1850.
  vi.   Aaron Collett, born 11 May 1763 in Baltimore MD, USA; died 1835.
  vii.   Sarah Collett, born 30 Sep 1766 in Madison, VA USA; died 24 Jul 1824 in Springfield, Wilmington, OH, USA.


      684. John Beard, born Bet. 1742 - 1745 in Ireland; died 09 Sep 1809 in Randolph, NC, USA. He married 685. Martha Bet. 1767 - 1769.

      685. Martha, born Abt. 1753 in Ireland; died 19 Jun 1816.

Notes for John Beard:
Readers need to be aware of a Woodward/Beard web site coordinated by Nadine Holder;
nadin@C2i2.com URL: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Farm/4038/JohnBeard.html

Much of the research has been done by Nadine and her group...certain parts of the notes sections have been copied from her web site.


BIO:
Patrick Beard came with his parents, John and Martha Beard, and his
brother Thomas on the Ship Lord Dunluce to Charleston, South Carolina, in
1770. By 1778 the Beards appear in Quaker records in Guilford County, North
Carolina. John Beard purchased land adjacent to Abraham Woodward in
Randolph County, North Carolina

John and wife Martha, two sons, Thomas and Paterick, arrived
in America 18 Aug 1770. They settled in Randolph Co., NC, where the
rest of their family was born.

REF:
1. Family Bible printed and published by Matthew Cary, 122 Market Street,
Philadelphia, April 23, 1806.

Thomas Beard, our son was born the 14th day of the first month 1768
Paterick Beard, our son, was born the 29th of the 12th month 1769
Jane Beard, our daughter, was born the 22nd of the second month 1772
Eseble and Martha, our daughters both died when young
Sarah Beard, our daughter, was born the 2nd day of the 7th month 1778
John Beard, our son, was born the 2nd day of the 8th month 1780
Isaac Beard, our son, was born the 28th day of the 6th month 1783
Jesse Beard, our son, was born the 29th day of the 6th month 1787
William Beard, our son, was born the 7th day of the 4th month 1792
Isaac Beard our son, died the 16th day of the 5th month 1799...in the
State of North Carolina, Randolph County.


JOHN BEARD, SR.
Born ca. 1745. According to Wayne Co., Indiana history, came from Londonderry
Ireland with sons Thomas and "Paterick" in 1770. Indiana biography of
Patrick says they came on the ship "Lord Dunluce" via Charleston SC. m.
Martha _______ probably in Ireland. Lived Randolph Co. NC. A John Beard was
on the Randolph Co. tax list in 1785, in Captain Clark's or Captain Cray's
district, with one white poll and 500 acres. John Beard is listed in the 1790
Randolph Co. Census, Hillsborough District, with two white males 16 or older,
3 white males under 16, and 3 white females. His neighbors were Bradley and
Galleymore. John, Martha, and younger children (Sarah, John, Isaac, Jesse,
William) were received at Springfield MM, NC from Center MM, NC. 6,1, 1799.
John d. 9-9 1809 aged about 64 years; will is in Randolph Co. Will Book Vol.
3, p. 180; original in State Archives. Martha d. June 19, 1816. Center MM was
in Guilford County, NC, about 10 mi. s. of Greensboro.

Children of John and Martha Beard: (bible and Center
MM records)

Thomas b. Jan 14, 1768, d. July 28, 1830. m. Elizabeth Dicks,
Patrick b. Dec. 29 1769, d. March 12, 1831 m. Hannah(Woodard?)
Jane, b. Feb 22 1772, married Samuel Frazier, moved to TN
"Eseble" and Martha, d. young
Sarah, b. July 2 (or 23), 1778 m. 10, 16 1799 at Springfield MM, Joshua Holaday
John, b. Aug. 2, 1780, NC, married Mary Wright, d. Feb 13, 1859.
Isaac (N.) b. Jan 28, 1783, d. May 26, 1799 Randolph Co., NC
(family had cert. incl. Isaac. dated April.)
Jesse, b. June 29, 1787, d. Dec. 19, 1856, dis. MOU 1810 (Springfield
MM, NC); poss. the Jesse Beard in Wayne Co. IN 1812.
William, b. April 7, 1792 (sold family bible 1813), m. Rachel
(dis. mou. Springfield mm., 9, 7, 1811) (A Wm. and Rachel Beard, with ch. Mary,
Elizabeth, John, Sarah and Abigail, born bet. 1810 and 1817, were on Center MM
records.)




John Beard Will

November Term 1809

I John Beard of the County of Randolph and State of North Carolina
being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory do make
this my last will and testament in manner and form following:

Firstly: It is my will and desire that all my just debts and funeral
expenses be punctually paid as soon as it can be conveniently done
after my decease.

2ndly: I will and bequeath unto my loving wife Martha Beard the use of
my mannor house, all my household furniture together with
such________and other conveniences as may be desired by my widow
necessary for her, I also give unto my said wife all my personal estate
not hereinafter __________during her widowhood and desire that my
Executor shall sell such part of the same as her and them may deem
proper and keep the monies arising therefrom as a fund for her support
during her widowhood.

3rdly: My two eldest sons Thomas Beard and Patrick Beard having already
received such part of my estate as I intend for them it is my will that
they hold and enjoy the same and no more.

4thly: I give and bequeath unto my son John Beard two hundred and fifty
dollars, to be paid to him at the expiration of his motherís widowhood,
or sooner if convenient.

5thly: I will and bequeath unto my son Jesse Beard the tract of land
whereon I now live, beginning at a black oak supposed to be Woodards
corner, and turning with the river to the old road, and I am agreeable
to the deeds also the balance of the other tracts lying westward of
Thomas Beardís former plantation, beginning at his corner in the ninety
acre tract keeping with his line its various courses, supposed to
contain in the whole three hundred acres, and also one half of three
hundred acres bounded by a tract formerly David Hoovers and also one
half a tract of ninety five acres adjoining Allens called the Mill
Plain - also the sorrel mare harness and choice of saddles with half
the farming tools and also one half the wagon smith tools, dutch fan,
jack screw, the old waggon irons and all the ____wrought iron on hand
to be jointly held and used by him and his brother William. It is also
my will and desire that my son Jesse shall use and cultivate the
mansion plantation for his own, but shall not have power to sell or let
the same during his mothers widowhood paying his proportional part of
the sum allowed by my intentions towards her support, all the property
mentioned in the item I will and bequeath unto my said son Jesse his
heirs and assigns forever.

6thly: I will and bequeath unto my son William Beard, at the expiration
of his mothers widowhood, the remaining parts of the Rolston tract
which is bounded by Lytle McCracken and others, running along Benjamin
Saunders line to a pine, thence West _________line across the ninety
acre tract, thence east to a white oak by the road then to a spruce
pine corner thence east with Snows tract including the twenty five acre
tract containing by estimation three hundred and twenty acres, all of
the remaining half of the tract of land adjoining Hoover and Allen with
my half acre lots in Johnston Village reserving a wagon road along
Saunders line for Jesse to his own land - he staying with his mother
until he arrives at the age of twenty one years. I also give and
bequeat to my said son William my young black Jefferson mare and myh
other saddle and in case the said mare should die or be lost before he
comes of age, it is my will and desire that he shall be furnished with
one by my Executors of the value of eighty dollars to be paid for and
of the monies arising from the sale of such property as them and my
wife may agree to sell according to directions in the 2nd item. I also
give and bequeath unto my said son William one half of my plantation
utensils of every kind. I also will that my waggon, smith tools, dutch
fan, jack screw, old waggon irons and all the wrought iron on hand
shall be jointly used and owned between him and his brother Jesse and
further this is my will that my son William when he arrives to the age
of twenty one years shall take possession of his lands and occupy the
same, and also pay his proportional part with his brother for the
support of his mother all which property mentioned in this item, I give
and bequeath to my said son his heirs and assigns forever.

7th: it is also my will that in case either of my said sons Jesse or
William should die without heir the survivor shall will all the real
and personal estate which is herein alluded to the other and divide the
same equally between himself, my son John Beard and John Beardís son
Thomas - unless the deceased shall leave a widow in which case she
shall be entitled to her legal part of said estate and the balance be
divided as above directed.

8th: I will and direct my Executors to sell my tract of land on Little
________ adjoining James L. Blair to make a title to the purchasers and
apply it paying any debts and legacies and the remainder be applied to
the support of my wife.

9th: I further will and direct at the end of my wifeís widowhood that
the remainder of my personal estates be sold and the monies divided
into five parts and that one of these parts be equally divided between
my two daughters, Jane Frazier and Sarah Hollady and that the other
four parts be equally divided between my sons John Beard, Jesse Beard,
William Beard and my grandson John Beards son Thomas after allowing an
advantage of fifty dollars in that divided to my son William.

10th: I leave and bequeath to my two daughters Jean Frazier and Sarah
Holladay one dollar each.

11th: I leave and bequeath unto my friend Catherine Lytle all my part
of the household furniture, stock and farming utensils which was willed
to me by Thomas Lytle.

12th: I will and bequeath unto the following negros their freedom, to
wit Joe, Sam, Parker, Pink and Easter and their offspring so far as
relates to my part on the said slaves, they being willed by Thomas
Lyttle to William Bell myself, and Samuel Millikan and by us jointly
owned at present and I further will and bequeath unto the said Joe,
Sam, Parker, Pink and Easter my part of the lands willed to me by
Thomas Lytle they paying what William Bell and Samuel Millikan
may think I am entitled to for my trouble and also for my ________ I
think I sustained in setting a line between myself and Frank Lyttle but
if their freedom cannot be obtained in this state, I give and bequeath
the said negroes with their offspring so far as relates to my part and
also my part of the said land after making the above distribution to
the Humane Society of Pennsylvania for them to dispose of as they in
their wisdom may think best so that object of my will may be complied
with.

NOTE:
(At the time John Beard wrote his will it was illegal to free slaves in North Carolina and if someone went against the law and did free them they would be hunted down and auctioned off.) He did not own any slaves, but had been willed some by Thomas Lyttle as stated in the will.

And lastly, I nominate and appoint my friend Mathew Coffin and William
Lombbran? With my sons Thomas and Jesse Beard executors of this my last
will and testament revoking by this presents, all wills by me
heretofore made, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
seal this twenty third day of the 5th month 1809.

/s/ John Beard - seal

Signed sealed published and declared in presense of us

Mary X Mann
Alex Gray
Henry Burrow

State of North Carolina
Randolph County
November Term 1809
The execution of the foregoing last will and testament of John Beard
was duly proven in open court by Mary Man and Alexander Gray and
ordered to be recorded.
     
Children of John Beard and Martha are:
  342 i.   Patrick Beard, born 29 Dec 1769 in Londonderry, Ireland; died 12 Mar 1831 in Richmond, IN, USA; married Hannah Woodward 1791 in Guilford, NC, USA.
  ii.   Thomas Carson Beard, born 14 Jan 1768 in Londonderry, Ireland; died 28 Jul 1830 in Guilford, NC, USA.
  iii.   Jane Beard, born 22 Feb 1772 in Randolph Co., NC.
  iv.   Eseble Beard, born Abt. 1773 in Randolph Co., NC; died in Randolph Co., NC.
  v.   Sarah Beard, born 23 Jul 1778 in NC, USA.
  vi.   John Beard JR., born 02 Aug 1780 in Randolph Co., NC; died 13 Feb 1859 in Wayne Co. IN, USA.
  vii.   Isaac Beard, born 28 Jan 1783 in Randolph Co., NC; died 26 May 1799 in Randolph Co., NC.
  viii.   Jesse Beard, born 29 Jun 1787 in Randolph Co., NC; died 19 Dec 1856 in Johnson Co. IN, USA.
  ix.   William Beard, born 07 Apr 1792 in Randolph Co., NC; died 11 Jun 1870 in Rush Co. IN, USA.
  x.   Martha Beard, born Abt. 1798 in Jefferson Co, TN; died in Randolph Co., NC.


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