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Ancestors of Ethan Kendell Ward


      286. John Adam Wolf, born July 08, 1786 in Pennsylvania; died May 27, 1872 in Pennsylvania. He married 287. Catharine Boyer Abt. 1805 in Pennsylvania.

      287. Catharine Boyer, born Abt. 1785 in Pennsylvania.

More About John Wolf and Catharine Boyer:
Marriage: Abt. 1805, Pennsylvania
     
Child of John Wolf and Catharine Boyer is:
  143 i.   Asenath Wolf, born August 28, 1806 in Beaver, Pennsylvania; married Jacob Ridenour November 08, 1832 in Richland County, Ohio.


      288. John Bowman, born Abt. 1740 in Maryland; died Aft. 1785 in Maryland. He was the son of 576. Hans John Bowman and 577. Cathrine Letts. He married 289. Elizabeth Sevier Abt. 1770 in Maryland.

      289. Elizabeth Sevier, born Abt. 1750 in Virginia; died Aft. 1785 in Maryland. She was the daughter of 578. Valentine Sevier and 579. Joannah Goad.

Notes for John Bowman:
Almost nothing is known right now about John. All I know is that he was the son of Hans and the father of George.

More About John Bowman and Elizabeth Sevier:
Marriage: Abt. 1770, Maryland
     
Children of John Bowman and Elizabeth Sevier are:
  i.   Elizabeth Bowman, married William Johnson September 08, 1800 in Tennessee.
  More About William Johnson and Elizabeth Bowman:
Marriage: September 08, 1800, Tennessee

  ii.   Ruhane Bowman, born Abt. 1770 in Probobly Maryland; married Jacob Horn Abt. 1790; born Abt. 1763 in Maryland.
  More About Jacob Horn and Ruhane Bowman:
Marriage: Abt. 1790

  iii.   Andrew Bowman, born Abt. 1770 in Maryland; married Cathrine Ann Nowland May 23, 1803 in Tennessee.
  More About Andrew Bowman and Cathrine Nowland:
Marriage: May 23, 1803, Tennessee

  144 iv.   George Bowman, born Abt. 1776 in Maryland; died Aft. 1860 in Maryland; married Anna Maria Miller Abt. 1800 in Maryland.
  v.   Daniel Bowman, born Abt. 1776 in Maryland; married Elizabeth Skiles July 07, 1802 in Tennessee; born Abt. 1778 in Maryland or Virginia; died Abt. 1865 in Bledsoe county, Tennessee.
  More About Daniel Bowman and Elizabeth Skiles:
Marriage: July 07, 1802, Tennessee

  vi.   Jacob Bowman, born Abt. 1780 in Maryland; married Margaret Johnson July 07, 1797 in Tennessee; born Abt. 1782 in Virginia.
  More About Jacob Bowman and Margaret Johnson:
Marriage: July 07, 1797, Tennessee

  vii.   Cathrine Bowman, born Abt. 1782 in Maryland.


      292. Thomas Vanzile, born Abt. 1765 in Holland; died May 30, 1855 in Ohio. He married 293. Rebecca Meade Abt. 1800 in Probobly New York.

      293. Rebecca Meade, born 1781 in Nine Partners, Dutchess County, New York; died May 18, 1850 in Probobly Ohio. She was the daughter of 586. Hezekiah Mead and 587. Miss.

Notes for Thomas Vanzile:
He was blind as of 1850 in Vermillion township. He came with his family to Ohio in the early 1800's

More About Thomas Vanzile:
Burial: Ohio

More About Thomas Vanzile and Rebecca Meade:
Marriage: Abt. 1800, Probobly New York
     
Children of Thomas Vanzile and Rebecca Meade are:
  i.   Jane Vanzile, born October 26, 1798 in New York; married Joseph Grubaugh September 21, 1820 in Richland County, Ohio; born December 19, 1798 in Pennsylvania; died July 26, 1896 in Greenfield Township, Lagrange County, Indiana.
  More About Joseph Grubaugh and Jane Vanzile:
Marriage: September 21, 1820, Richland County, Ohio

  146 ii.   Jesse Vanzile, born August 25, 1802 in New York; died April 07, 1889 in Ashland County, Ohio; married Mary Margaret Whisemore February 18, 1822 in Wayne County, Ohio.
  iii.   Ezeriah Vanzile, born 1812 in New York; married Susan Mandy; born Abt. 1812.
  iv.   Alfred Vanzile, born July 15, 1817 in Probobly New York; died May 08, 1868 in Ashland county, Ohio; married Mary Meek Hazelett November 22, 1846 in Ashland county, Ohio; born May 23, 1819 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; died November 25, 1907 in Ashland coutny, Ohio.
  More About Alfred Vanzile and Mary Hazelett:
Marriage: November 22, 1846, Ashland county, Ohio

  v.   Mary Martha Vanzile, born 1823 in Probobly Ohio; married Samuel Homer October 21, 1855 in Ashland county, Ohio; born Abt. 1820 in probobly Ohio.
  More About Samuel Homer and Mary Vanzile:
Marriage: October 21, 1855, Ashland county, Ohio

  vi.   Daniel Vanzile, born 1824 in Probobly Ohio; married Rachel Britt January 25, 1855 in Ashland County, Ohio; born Abt. 1824 in Ohio.
  More About Daniel Vanzile and Rachel Britt:
Marriage: January 25, 1855, Ashland County, Ohio

  vii.   Manna Vanzile, born 1824 in Probobly Ohio.
  viii.   Henry Vanzile, born 1827 in Probobly Ohio.
  ix.   Harriet Vanzile, born 1827 in Probobly Ohio; married Andrew Brown October 21, 1855 in Ashland county, Ohio; born Abt. 1825 in probobly Ohio.
  More About Andrew Brown and Harriet Vanzile:
Marriage: October 21, 1855, Ashland county, Ohio

  x.   Rebecca Vanzile, born Abt. 1828 in Probobly Ohio; married Daniel Little July 13, 1841 in Richland county, Ohio; born Abt. 1825 in Ohio.
  More About Daniel Little and Rebecca Vanzile:
Marriage: July 13, 1841, Richland county, Ohio



      296. Robert Darling, born 1753 in Hardy County, Virginia; died Abt. 1840 in Coshocton County, Ohio. He was the son of 592. William Darling and 593. Sophia Sadowski. He married 297. Cathrine Passence Abt. 1785 in Virginia.

      297. Cathrine Passence, born January 1766 in Virginia; died April 19, 1831 in Coshocton County, Ohio.

Notes for Robert Darling:
Shortly before the great North West territory was opened up a Darling little boy opened his eyes in the state of W. Virginia, Hardy Co. He was likely of English extraction, his name was Robert Darling. He grew up as many other pioneers had, enduring many hardships incidents to those early days. By and by he married a Miss Mary Passence, and in 1806, he brought his family of several sons and daughters to the Place called Marietta Ohio, where the Muskingum flows into the Ohio. Thence up the Muskingum, through Washington, Morgan and Muskingum Counties, possibly to what is now called Coshocton. The sons were William, Johnathan, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, James, Thomas, Robert - his youngest born in 1812. The daughters, Mary, Sophia, Christina and Rebecca.

If you will read the ordinance, controlling the affairs of the North West Territory, you will note in article one, that they needed a great many white men, before they could be represented in congress. 5000 free white males.
Article 4 [actually, 5] of the ordinance said, The teritory should be cut up into not less than three and not more than five states and that each division should have a population of 60.000 before it could be called a state - Ohio was the first state to enter or of the teritory to enter the Union in 1803. So this hardy old ancestor of ours, helped to make early history of the state of Ohio. The journey of over 500 miles from Virginia meant something in those days.

Now tall buildings rear their heads, where some of the early settlements were. Limousines now glide along noicelessly, on improved highways, where onve ox carts where used in ealier days. Possibly if Grandfather had been asked to ride by one of the magnates of business, who use such modes of conveyance, he might have imagined himself in Heaven but if during the ride some of the secrets of modern business, had been laid bare, he would have been sure he was in the other place; siding with the proprietor himself.

About 1807 the family separated, William and Jonathan going to Richland Co., Abraham to Knox and the rest of the family remaining in Coshocton Co. We cannot tell much of the families who remained there but we do know the well known stock dealers of, Washington and Perry Darling were the sons of one of the brothers who remained in Coshocton Co. and the town of Nellie is build on land once owned by Perry Darling and named in honor of his daughter. The son Abraham, emigrated to Knox Co. In the Frederickstown neighborhood and the well known families of Rineheart, Ferres, Ebersole and Darlings are among his descendants. Among those might be mentioned the late Dr. Darling whose life of promise was ent short by death several years ago.

This was written by Laura Fredrick Darling (1852-1943), granddaughter of Robert Darling

More About Cathrine Passence:
Burial: Darling Cemetary, Coshocton County, Ohio

More About Robert Darling and Cathrine Passence:
Marriage: Abt. 1785, Virginia
     
Children of Robert Darling and Cathrine Passence are:
  i.   William Darling, born October 06, 1788 in Hardy County, Virginia; died April 01, 1855 in Richland County, Ohio; married Mary Ravenscroft March 19, 1817 in Coshocton County, Ohio; born Abt. 1792 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About William Darling and Mary Ravenscroft:
Marriage: March 19, 1817, Coshocton County, Ohio

  ii.   Mary Darling, born February 24, 1790 in Hardy County, Virginia; died August 19, 1825 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married Nicholas Miller March 02, 1809 in Warsaw, Coshocton County, Ohio; born 1784 in West Virginia; died 1872 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Nicholas Miller and Mary Darling:
Marriage: March 02, 1809, Warsaw, Coshocton County, Ohio

  148 iii.   Jonathan Darling, born March 07, 1793 in Richland County, Ohio; died July 25, 1863 in Richland County, Ohio; married Cathrine Butler Abt. 1815 in Ohio.
  iv.   Abraham Darling, born November 28, 1794 in Hardy County, Virginia; died March 18, 1872 in Richland County, Ohio; married Hariet Riley June 10, 1824 in Knox County, Ohio; born September 22, 1804 in Probobly Ohio; died February 19, 1870 in Knox County, Ohio.
  More About Abraham Darling and Hariet Riley:
Marriage: June 10, 1824, Knox County, Ohio

  v.   Issac Darling, born July 19, 1796 in Hardy County, Virginia; died March 26, 1869 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married (1) Mahala Severns December 31, 1818 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married (2) Jane Stevens October 12, 1835 in Knox County, Ohio.
  More About Issac Darling and Mahala Severns:
Marriage: December 31, 1818, Coshocton County, Ohio

  vi.   Jacob Darling, born May 17, 1798 in Hardy County, Virginia; died October 29, 1871 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married (1) Temperance Evans April 01, 1830 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married (2) Harriet Spurgeon August 18, 1844 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Jacob Darling and Temperance Evans:
Marriage: April 01, 1830, Coshocton County, Ohio

  vii.   Thomas Darling, born November 07, 1799 in Hardy County, Virginia; died December 27, 1874 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married Demy Butler February 27, 1823 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Thomas Darling and Demy Butler:
Marriage: February 27, 1823, Coshocton County, Ohio

  viii.   Mary Justina Darling, born May 05, 1800 in Hardy County, Virginia; died February 20, 1855 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married Samuel Severns April 08, 1819 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Samuel Severns and Mary Darling:
Marriage: April 08, 1819, Coshocton County, Ohio

  ix.   James Darling, born February 28, 1803 in Hardy County, Virginia; died January 31, 1879; married Mary Severns February 14, 1828 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About James Darling and Mary Severns:
Marriage: February 14, 1828, Coshocton County, Ohio

  x.   Rebecca Darling, born January 01, 1808 in Muskingum County Ohio; died 1887 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married Aaron Loder June 14, 1827 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Aaron Loder and Rebecca Darling:
Marriage: June 14, 1827, Coshocton County, Ohio

  xi.   Sophia Darling, born March 26, 1810 in Muskingum County Ohio; died March 10, 1862; married John Hook March 01, 1824 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About John Hook and Sophia Darling:
Marriage: March 01, 1824, Coshocton County, Ohio

  xii.   Robert Darling, Jr., born March 13, 1812 in Coshocton County, Ohio; died April 24, 1880 in Coshocton County, Ohio; married Mary J. McDermott January 14, 1840 in Coshocton County, Ohio.
  More About Robert Darling and Mary McDermott:
Marriage: January 14, 1840, Coshocton County, Ohio




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