The Family of Jim and Selma Burrows

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  • ID: I3
  • Name: Abigail
  • Sex: F
  • Name: Abigail Parks
  • Given Name: Abigail
  • Surname: Parks 1
  • Name: Abigail Willet
  • Given Name: Abigail
  • Surname: Willet 2
  • Birth: EST 1780
  • Death: 2 MAY 1840
  • Note: Ross County Marriages and the Marion County history disagree as to Abigail's maiden name.
  • Date: 16 Feb 2003 3 4 5 2 6
  • Change Date: 3 Sep 2005 at 14:54:01



    Marriage 1 James Roult b: EST 2 JUL 1773
    • Married: 11 NOV 1803 2 5 4
    • Note:
      The estimated birth dates in this family are very speculative. I'm carrying them just as clues to finding more on the family.

      The 1803 marriage date from Ross County Marriages doesn't fit with the suppositions made in the estimating of Lucy's birth, and thus the rest of these dates. Something here isn't right.
    • Date: 16 Feb 2003
    • Change Date: 26 Dec 2005
    Children
    1. Has No Children Lucy Roult b: BET 1798 AND 1804
    2. Has No Children Margaret Roult b: EST 1807
    3. Has Children Martha Roult b: 1809 in OH
    4. Has No Children Charles Roult b: EST 1811
    5. Has No Children Susanah Roult b: EST 1813
    6. Has No Children John Roult b: EST 1817
    7. Has No Children Sabina Roult b: EST 1820

    Sources:
    1. Title: History of Hocking Valley (1883)
      Text: Chapter XL. p. 1112

      Benjamin E. Cave was born in Montgomery County, Ky., Jan. 19, 1810, a son of Benjamin and Mary (Mounts) Cave, his father a native of Virginia and his mother of Kentucky. His parents came to Ohio in 1815, arriving in Perry Township Dec. 24, and settled on the farm now owned by their son-in-law, J. A.

      p. 1113

      McClelland. Benjamin E. remained at home till twenty-three years of age, working on the farm and at the carpenter's trade. He now owns a farm of 130 acres. July 5, 1832, he married Susan, daughter of James and Abigail Roult, of Pickaway County. Ten children have been born to them, nine still living---Mary J., Isaac N., William H., Evaline M., Emily M., James R., Lubine E., Jasper C., and Chas. W. In October, 1861, Mr. Cave enlisted in Company H, Seventy-fifth Ohio Infantry, and was appointed Sergeant of the company. May 8, 1862, at the battle of McDowell, Va., he was wounded in the left shoulder, and after remaining in the hospital till the next September he was discharged. His son Isaac served three years in the war and was wounded at the second battle of Bull Run. Mr. Cave is an active worker in the temperance cause, having been a member of a temperance organization since 1841. He and his wife have been members of the Methodist church over fifty years.
      Date: 15 Feb 2003
    2. Title: Ross County Marriages
      Abbrev: Ross County Marriages
      Text: ROSS COUNTY MARRIAGES

      These pages are contributed material made available for assistance in researching marriages which may have occurred in Ross County for the period 1789 through 1850. Information found on these marriage records pages should be used as reference points only. Always verify any data found here with the original marriage records, located in the Probate Court Office at the Ross County Courthouse.

      Roult, James Willet, Abigail Nov 11, 1803
      Date: 26 Dec 2005
    3. Title: History Of Marion County, Ohio (1883)
      Abbrev: History of Marion Co., Ohio (1883)
      Author: Leggett, Conaway & Co.
      Publication: Leggett, Conaway & Co.
      1883
      Text: JOHN ANDERSON (Marion Township) is a native of Hampshire County, Va., and born March 4, 1803, the son of James and Priscilla (House) Anderson, of German, English and Scotch lineage, but natives of Virginia. Having married in 1800, they moved to Fairfield County, Ohio, in 1806, April 6, where they resided until 1833. They then removed to Clinton County, Ind., where they remained until death. They had eleven children, five surviving-John, Mahala, Elizabeth, James M. and Hiram. The deceased were Samuel, Rebecca, Ruth, Priscilla, Thomas J. and Levi H. The father was born February 17, 1768, and died October 25, 1844; the mother was born in 1778, and, died August 15, 1847. Our subject, having obtained a pioneer education, married, January 20, 1829, Martha Roult, a daughter of James and Abigail (Parks) Roult, of Protestant Irish lineage, and nine children were born in this family, five living Francis M., born February 12, 1830; Minerva J., November 24, 1831; Susan R., September 29, 1837; Nancy E., October 1, 1844, and Margaret A., October 14, 1846. Charles W. was born August 8, 1833, and died February 25, 1840; John M. was born August 29, 1839, and died April 25, 1859; Levi R. was born February 17, 1842, and died December 28, 1863; Thomas J. was born September 20, 1835, and died January 2, 1865; he was the Captain of Company E, Twelfth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, serving in the late war more than three years. He was one of 110 men selected to enter and do special duty in Mississippi. John Anderson's grandfather, Thomas Anderson, was a Revolutionary soldier; his son, James Anderson, was a Captain under "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Mrs. Anderson's death occurred August 29, 1847. Mr. A. married again, Mary Kinnear, February 14, 1849, and one heir, Mary M., have been born to them. She was born April 22, 1850, and died July 24, 1854. This wife died April 23, 1850. His third marriage was consummated April 24, 1851, with Fannie N. Hunter, the widow of Zadoc Hunter, and the daughter of Cornelius and Hannah (Holmes) Kortwright of German and English descent respectively, but natives of Pennsylvania and Connecticut severally. She is the mother of five children, two living-Saloma, wife of I. B. Etherton, and Hannah K., wife of Henry Fulwider. The subject of this sketch, having learned the cooper's trade, plied it during the winter months for many years. He owns 131 acres of fine land and two valuable town lots in Marion, where he has been a resident since 1836. For twenty years he was Trustee of his township. He possesses a great deal of vitality and freshness for a man of his years, being probably one of the youngest-looking men for his age in the State. They are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, he for sixty years, and she for forty years. He is also a stanch Republican.

      JOHN B. HINDS (Claridon Township) was born in Claridon Township, October 23, 1841), the only son of Thomas and Ann (Bostock) Hinds, who emigrated from their native place, Lincolnshire, England, in childhood. Thomas was born in 1817 and was the sixth son (had three sisters). He came to Claridon Township in 1822, and was married to the above lady in 1839, in Richland County, Ohio. Their union was blessed with two children-John B. and James H., who died at the age of twenty-one years. He married, for his second wife, Rebecca A. Carpenter, and eight children were born to them, seven surviving-Charles W., David C., George G., Mary A., Elizabeth A Catherine and Rose A. When aged one year, Susie died. Thomas Hinds was an active member of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Claridon, and a liberal supporter to all benevolent and charitable causes. Our subject was educated at the district school. He continued at home until March 23, 1864, at which time he married Miss Mary F., daughter of Thomas and Amy (Swisher) Curl, residents of Morrow County, Ohio. A daughter and son were born to them-Annie L., born December 20, 1866, and Edgar W. April 3, 1869. Mrs. Hinds died January 27, 1871. Mr. Hinds again married, this time to Margaret Anderson, February 18, 1875. She is the daughter of John and Martha (Roult) Anderson, and the mother of six children--Raymond H., born December 1, 1875; Lucy A., July 10, 1881; Ella, November 22, 1882; Hattie, June 10, 1879, died August 27, 1879, and Thomas W. and Charles (twins), Hay 26, 1880; the latter died very young, the former died August 6, 1881. Mrs. Hinds was born October 14, 1846. Mr. Hinds has always devoted his attention to agriculture, rearing graded stock. His farm of 157 acres is highly cultivated, and worth $75 per acre. He is an upright and an enterprising citizen. He has been Assessor of the township one year. He is Republican, and an advocate of temperance. His family are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to which he is a generous giver, and has been its class leader six years.
      Date: 26 Dec 2005
    4. Title: Age estimates from 1830 census data
      Abbrev: JimB's estimates
      Author: Jim Burrows
      Text: <div><pre>
      The ages for this family are all estimated from the 1830 census data.

      I've assumed that all of the young people in Gideon Comstock's household are Lucy's children. This means she has children who are at least 15, and that Abigail is a grandmother. I therefore put Abigail at the old end of her range and did the same with her youngest child. I put the oldest Comstock children at the low end of their range (15), and then put her birth about half way between her mother and oldest child.

      Age Birth Year
      Name Range Range Married Year Age Comment
      James 50-60 1770-1780 1773 57 (57.5 @ d. in 1831)
      +Abigail 40-50 1780-1790 1780 50
      Lucy 30-40 1790-1800 1798 32 1/2 between mother+child
      Margaret 20-30 1800-1810 m.1825 1806 24 age 18 @ m. in 1825, 41 @ d. in 47
      Martha 21 1809 1809 21
      Charles 15-20 1810-1815 1811 19 2 year spacing
      Susanah 15-20 1810-1815 m.1832 1813 17 age 19 @ m. in 1832
      John 10-15 1815-1820 m.1838 1817 13 age 21 @ m. in 1838
      Sabina 5-10 1820-1825 m.1838 1820 10 age 18 @ m. in 1838

      It's likely that either Lucy's age (and everything based on it) is wrong or that James and Abigail are not the couple mentioned in the Ross County Marriages.
      </pre></div>
      Date: 3 Sep 2005
    5. Title: 1830 US Census, Salt Creek, Hocking County, Ohio
      Abbrev: 1830 Census, Salt Creek
      Text: <div><pre>
      James Roult's household:

      1 Male 10 to 15
      1 Male 15 to 20
      1 Male 50 to 60
      1 female 5 to 10
      1 female 15 to 20
      1 female 40 to 50

      Gideon Comstock's household:

      1 male <5
      2 males 5 to 10
      1 mail 10 to 15
      1 male 30 to 40
      1 female <5
      2 females 5 to 10
      1 female 15 to 20
      1 female 30 to 40

      Isaac Bushey's household:

      1 male <5
      1 male 5 to 10
      1 female <5
      1 female 20 to 30
      </pre></div>
      Date: 15 Feb 2003
    6. Title: E-mail from Carl Murdock, August 26, 2005
      Abbrev: Carl Murdock's e-mail
      Text: Subject: WorldConnect: Post-em posted
      Date: August 26, 2005 10:46:03 PM EDT

      Database: brons
      Individual: I1046
      Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brons&id=I1046
      Name: carl murdock
      Email: cmurdock@hotmail.com
      Note:
      Margaret Roult Bushee died June 8 1847 age 41 years buried at Olive(Perry) Cemetery South Perry Ohio Hocking Co


      Subject: WorldConnect: Post-em posted
      Date: August 26, 2005 10:56:41 PM EDT

      Database: brons
      Individual: I1043
      Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brons&id=I1043
      Name: carl murdock
      Email: cmurdock@hotmail.com
      Note:
      James Roult born abt 2 July 1773 died jan 6 1831
      57 years 6 mos 4 days. 1st person to be buried in Olive Cemetery at South Perry Ohio.
      Abagail his wife died May 2 1840

      Date: 3 Sep 2005
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