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Marriage: Children:
  1. William Eads: Birth: 31 Aug 1783 in , , Maryland, USA. Death: 2 Sep 1855 in Harrison Twp, Hamilton, Ohio, USA

  2. James Eads: Birth: 1786 in of Chestertown,Kent,Maryland. Death: 1808

  3. Elizabeth or Betsey Eads: Birth: 27 Sep 1788 in Chestertown, Kent, Maryland, USA. Death: 4 Dec 1870 in Harrison, Hamilton, Ohio, USA

  4. Thomas Eads: Birth: 1789 in of Chestertown, Kent, Maryland, USA. Death: 1866 in , Coles, Illinois, USA

  5. Jonathan Eads: Birth: 1795 in , Washington, Maryland. Death: 1834/1837 in , Franklin, Indiana, USA

  6. Celany or Silany or Lanor Eads: Birth: EST 1795 in of , , Maryland, USA.

  7. Ianor or Lanor Eads: Birth: EST 1797 in of Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, USA.

  8. David Eads: Birth: 31 Aug 1797 in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, USA. Death: 19 Jun 1872 in , Daviess, Missouri, USA

1. Title:   Family records of Shirlene Long
2. Title:   The Families of Jonathan Eads of Harrison Co. Kentucky, and David Eads of Daviess Co. Missouri & Some of Their Descendant
Page:   p 1,3-6
Author:   Kademan, Janet Money
Publication:   Davenport, Iowa 1992

a. Note:   !will dated 6 Mar 1806 proved April court 1806 ! Source of Information: Family records of Sarah Elizabeth (Hutchinson) Burk who was great
 granddaughhter of subject. Birth and/or christening records of Shrewsbury Parish, Kent County,
 Maryland. (Checked personally on 21 May 1981 - Norma L. Cheaney). Copy of his will dated 6 March 1806 in my possession. Exact death date unknown but his will was filed in April 1806.
  ! Book compiled by Janet Money Kademan and Alvis Money Magill in l992 entitled The Families of Jonathan Eads (l753-l806) of Harrison County, Kentucky and David Eads (1797-l872) of Daviess County, Missouri and Some of Their Descendants. She had researched original records exten-
 sively and had copy of original document showing Jonathan Eads and his brothers served in the Maryland Militia during the Revolutionary War. In 1778 the men of the l3th Battalion, Kent County, Maryland Militia under command of Col. Richard Graves, joined the Continental Line and took the oath of allegiance. (John and Henry Eads were in the 4th class; James Eads was in the 6th class and Jonathan Eads in the 8th class.) Jonathan and Henry Eads were shown as heads of families living in
 Washington County. Maryland in first federal census in 1790. Their brother James was also shown as head of household in same county.
  ! Janet Kademan also had access to a small notebook compiled by MiltonEads (l830-l912) grandson of Jonathan Eads, recording what he had learned from his father, David Eads. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.