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1 !BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE: SHINN GENEALOGY, No. 267. SHINN, Thomas (I547262006)
 
2 !BIRTH-PARENTS-SIBILNGS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin
(1971).
!MARRIAGE: Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 3, pp 69, 72, 110,
112;
Vol. 4, p 129; Vol. 25, p 83. Haddonfield, NJ Monthly Meeting.
!SOURCE: Computer File Index - New Jersey - L.D.S. Archives, Salt Lake
City, UT. 
AUSTIN, Elizabeth (I547258352)
 
3 !BIRTH-PARENTS-SIBLINGS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin
(1971).
!RESEARCHER: Grave Caswell FL (1990) - provided children of Hannah, birth
dates, spouses and marriage dates, but did not indicate sources. 
AUSTIN, Hannah (I547257742)
 
4 !BIRTH: Unknown source shows William's bith date at about 1699.
!RESIDENCE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-DEATH: NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES, 1st Series, Vol.
33,
Calendar of Wills pp 21, & 22. 1762, Mar. 30. Austin William of Evesham
in
Burlington Co., NJ; will of. My part in Saw Mill in tenure of Benjamin
Thomas
to be sold. Son, Jacob, 130 acres of my plantation I lately lived on in
Evesham, and now in tenure of Daniel Earnest. Son Francis, 70 acres of
east
end. Daughter, Ann 10 pounds when 21, daughter Hannah 10 pounds when 21.
Children: Tamer, Ann, Francis and Hannah to be supported. Wife Hannah,
75
acres of land. Executors - wife, Hannah and friend Francis Austin.
Proved
July 23, 1762 (Lib. 11, p 172). Inventory July 22, 1762 155.6.4 pounds.
Settlement June 1, 1775.
!BIRTH-PARENTS-SIBLINGS-MARRIAGES-SPOUSES-DEATH: FGS OF Virginia A.
Corwin
(1971).
!MARRIAGE: NEW JERSEY MARRIAGES - C.F.I. - L.D.S. Library Salt Lake City,
UT.
!MARRIAGE: Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 3; Marriage
Intentions,
Haddonfield Monthly Meeting.
!SOURCE: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER GENEALOGY.
!SOURCE: #10 MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY.
!SOURCE: M.F. # 865,465 L.D.S. - Salt Lake City, UT Library; A list of
rateables in the Township of Evesham. Neither William or Hannah Austin
were
listed in 1773, however son Jacob Austin was taxed on 200 acres and 10
cattle
and horses. 
AUSTIN, William (I547257773)
 
5 !CENSUS:
1850 - U.S. Federal Census for Mt. Holly, Burlington Co., NJ. 
AUSTIN, Hannah Parish (I547269238)
 
6 !CENSUS: 1850 Federal Census for Montgomery Co., NY; Glenn Twp; #427-459,
living with family of Mary Ruleson and Mary's four children. 
RULEFSON, Margaret (I547262019)
 
7 !CHILDREN-DEATH: New Jersey Archives, 1st Series, Calendar of Wills,
1761-1770,
Vol. IV, p 21 (Lib. 15, p 96). Will dated Jan. 15, 1763. Amos Austin of
Evesham,
Burlington Co., NJ, yeoman; will of: Eldest son, Caleb, 5 shillings.
Eldest
daughter, Vesti Rogers, 5 shillings. Daughter, Mary Summers, 5
shillings. Son,
Seth, 5 shillings. Daughter, Patience Austin, 5 shillings. Daughter,
Esther, 5
shillings. Youngest son, Amos, goods. Executors - friends Francis
Austin and
Thomas Shinn. Witnesses: Daniel Earnest, Esther Nailor, Thomas Parkinson.
Proved Dec. 15, 1770. Inventory made Dec. 3, 1770, 142.1.2 pounds, made
by
Jacob Prickit and Isaac Evans.
!BIRTH-PARENTS-SIBLINGS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-DEATN: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin
(1971).
!MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: RICHARD HAINES AND HIS DESCENDANTS, A Quaker
Family of
Burlington Co., NJ Since 1682, John Wesley Haines, Vol. II, pp 18, 75,
76, 77.
From p 76 - They were reported, Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, 12mo. 1759,
for
marriage out of meeting.
!MARRIAGE-FAMILY: LEE - HISTORY OF NEW JERSEY, Vol. II, P 541.
!MARRIAGE-FAMILY: GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE OF NJ, Vol. IV, p 132. 
AUSTIN, Amos (I547257772)
 
8 !MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971).
!RESIDENCE: Of Burlington Co., NJ. 
THOMAS, Hannah (I547258957)
 
9 !MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971).
!RESIDENCE: Of Burlington Co., NJ. 
ROBESON, Mary (I547258958)
 
10 !MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971). WARRINGTON, Henry (I547258351)
 
11 !MARRIAGE: Computer File Index - NJ - LDS Records, Salt Lake City, UT:
First marriage, perhaps m. Apr. 19, 1782. Chesterfield M.M., Burlington
Co., NJ.
!MARRIAGE-OCCUPATION: Genealogical Records of Earle Green, CA (1981).
Second
marriage information is from Mr. Green. We do not have record of it. He
was
supposedly a shoemaker at Mt. Holly, NJ.
!MILITARY: Military Census of New Jersey - 1793. Male citizens between
18-45
(b. 1747-1774) Francis Austin of Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ desires to be
exempt from military duty.
!FATHER-GUARDIAN-RESIDENCE: NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES, 1st Series, Calendar of
Wills
1771-1780, Vol. 34, p 23. 1773, Aug. 13, Austin, Francis of Evesham,
Burlington Co., NJ Ward. Son of William Austin. Guardian - James
Buxton, of
said place. Fellowbondsman - Joseph Mullen of Northampton, said County.
Liber.
15, p 492.
!DEATH-INVENTORY: Burlington Co., NJ Index to Wills and Inventories;
Microfilm
#545,437 - LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT; Francis Austin - Inventory -
1838
File 14558C?.
!NOTE: Note by Janet Curtis; This is probably the Francis Austin who was a
witness to his brother Jacob's wife Hannah's Will and also, the Bondsman
for
Berhuel Moore as quardian of Joel, Malan and Charles Austin in 1803. They
would have been nephews and grand nephew to Francis. 
AUSTIN, Francis (I547262005)
 
12 !MARRIAGE: Evesham Monthly Meeting, NJ Minutes, Bk. 1, pp 41, 44, 45, 54.
She was disowned Evesham MM, NJ, Jun. 10, 1762, for going out in marriage
and
for other reasons. 
AUSTIN, Mary (I547257771)
 
13 !MARRIAGE: Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vol 3, pp 69, 72, 110,
112; Vol.
4, p 129; Vol. 25, p 83. Haddonfield, NJ, Monthly Meeting.
!RESEARCHERS: Norma Sharp Ruhl MO. (1959 L.D.S. Archives). Graves Caswell
FL (1990), Mary is Graves direct ancestor. Caswell has provided birth
dates,
spouses, marriage dates, but the sources not included.
!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: FGS of Virginia Corwin (1971). Shows b. 1702.
!RESIDENCE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: HAINES, SHARP AND COLLINS FAMILIES by George
And
Richard Haines.
!SOURCE: Computer File Index - New Jersey - L.D.S. Archives, Salt Lake
City,
UT. 
AUSTIN, Mary (I547257734)
 
14 !NAME & BIRTH: LOIS KLEINHENN LANIER, LOISLANIER@EROLS.COM. YEATER, Linda (I547250527)
 
15 !NOTE: Condemned for marring out of meeting, Sept. 2, 1805. AUSTIN, Francis (I547261976)
 
16 !NOTE: Genealogical Records of Mr. Earle M. Green, CA (1981), including
tradition. Tradition says there were 21 children born to this union, but
only
the above eight survived. Deborah may have died 1789/90 when her son,
Charles,
was born. It would seem that Hannah made some sort of agreement with
Bethuel
Moore when she made him Executor of her Will. He became guardian of both
Joel
and Mahlon. About the time the grand daughter Ann "Nancy" became of
legal age,
18, he married her. Jacob was taxed 1773 (Microfilm # 865,465 LDS SLC)
on 200
acres and 10 cattle and horses. He was taxed on the same amount of land
through June 1880 at least. In 1795 and 1796 Hannah Austin was taxed as a
householder, and on 186 acres of land. She or her estate was last taxed
1805
Evesham, NJ.
!RESIDENCE: Microfilm #865,465 LDS - SLC, UT Library; a list of Rateables
in
the Twp. of Evesham in Co. of Burlington, NJ 1773-1812, 1773, 1774, June
1780,
1795, 1796, 1797, 1902, 1805, 1806, 1811, 1812 Schedules, abstracted by
Janet
A. Curtis.
!RESIDENCE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-DEATH: NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES, 1st Series,
Calendar of
Wills, 1791-1795, Vol. 37, p 19. 1792, June 21 - Austin, Jacob of Evesham
Twp., Curlington Co., NJ, Will of: Wife, Hannah, 2 cows, 1 horse, 50
pounds;
also privileges of house and garden while my widow. Grand children Nancy
and
Charles 30 pounds each. Daughters Jane and Sarah 100 pounds each. Sons,
Isaac, Thomas, Malan, and Joel remainder of real and personal property,
divided
among them. The last three youngest sons to be put to trades when 14.
Executors: friend, Thomas Shinn and son Isaac Austin. Witnesses:
Jonothan
Thomas, James Hemingway, and Joseph Hewston. Proved Mar. 25, 1793.
Inventory
Feb. 25, 1793, 2,278.8.6 pounds made by Isaiah Haines and Lawrence
Webste. Bk.
33, p 24 - File 11479C. 
AUSTIN, Jacob (I547261996)
 
17 !NOTE: Hannah Austin was the second wife of Thomas Busby of Burlington
Co., NJ. 
BUZBY, Thomas (I547261790)
 
18 !PARENTS-BIRTH-CHILDREN-MARRIAGE: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER
GENEALOGY.
!SOURCE: L.D.S. Archive Records for Amos Ausitn Jr.
!SOURCE: C.F.I. - L.D.S. - Aug. 1978. 
AUSTIN, Amos (I547261671)
 
19 !PARENTS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971).
Shows m. Sept 1747.
!RESIDENCE-CHILDREN-DEATH: NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES, 1st Series, Vol. 42, p 16,
Calendar of Wills. 1809, Apr. 3. Rebecca Austin of Evesham, Burlington
Co.,
NJ; will of. Five daughters, Sarah Haines, Lydia Haines, Mary Moore,
Martha
Hollinshead and Elizabeth Haines, all of estate equally. Executors - son,
Jonothan Austin and son-in-law Isaac Haines, Jr. Witnesses, William
Austin,
William Warner, John Stokes. Proved Dec. 9, 1817. Inventory, Dec. 4,
1817,
$166.47 1/2 made Bethuel Moore, John Stokes; file 12913C.
!PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: BORTON AND MASON GENEALOGY, by Dr. Freeman
Mason,
1908; p 215. 
MASON, Rebecca (I547259110)
 
20 !PARENTS-MARRIAGES-RESIDENCE-DEATH: RICHARD HAINES AND HIS DESCENDANTS,
Vol.
II, p 77. She died between July 1, 1785 and Jan. 29, 1791. They resided
in
Northampton Twp., Burlington Co., NJ. 
AUSTIN, Esther (I547261669)
 
21 !Parents: Peter Tilton & (?).
!2nd wife of Thomas Lippincott.
Source: (LFG) pg. 250. 
TILTON, Hannah (I547260835)
 
22 !PARENTS: Samuel EVANS & (?).
!Source: (LFG) pg. 264. 
EVANS, Eli (I547260974)
 
23 !Parents: Thomas Brian/t & Mary (?) BRIANT, Priscilla (I547260907)
 
24 !RESIDENCE-CHILDREN-DEATH: New Jersey Archives, 1st Series; Vol. IV of
Calendar
of Wills. 1736, Feb. 19. Austin, Mary, of Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ;
will
of. Children - Amos, Martha, William, Jonathan, Francis, Sarah, Ann and
Hannah. Real and personal estate. Executors - sons Amos and William.
Witnesses - William Borton, Samuel Atkinson, Ruth Atkinson. Proved Dec.
23,
1739. (Lib. 4 p 214). 1739, Aug. 1 - Inventory of personal estate, 178.9
pounds; made by Caleb Haines and William Sharp. 
BORTON, Mary (I547257669)
 
25 !SPOUSE-CHILD: Recs. of Dale Amann ID email 7/97. MASON, Lydia (I547258584)
 
26 !SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971). MOORE, Cyrus (I547258575)
 
27 !SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971). HAINES, Isaac (I547259799)
 
28 !SPOUSE: FGS OF Virginia A. Corwin (1971). SHARP, John (I547261962)
 
29 !SURNAME: From records of Grave and Jean Caswell FL (1990).
!BIRTH-SPOUSE-CHILD: FGS of Virginia Corwin (1971). 
KINTON, Ann (I547257673)
 
30 "Francis Collins was a son of Edward and Mary Collins of Oxfordshire, England; he was born January 6, 1635. He father was the owner of considerable landed and personal property in that county, which after his decease, passed to the control of his widow. Francis was apprenticed to a bricklayer, and subsequently moved to London, where he was convinced of the correctness of the religious principles of George Fox, and at once became one of his followers. In 1663, he was married to Sarah Mayham, at the Bull and Mouth Meeting of Friends, and settled at Ratliff, in the parish of Stepney, county of Middlesex, which parish was, at that time, within the built up portion of the city of London. In an account book of his, still in existence, he made the following entry: 'Francis Collins, his book, this 25th day of the first month, 1675, now living at Ratliff Cross, next door to the Ship Tavern;' - fixing his place of residence at that time beyond a question.

His adherence to the Quakers was obnoxious to his family, as is shown by the will of his mother and also by that of his sister Elizabeth."

from Sketches of The First Immigrant Settlers Newton Township, Old Glocester, by John Clement 
COLLINS, Francis (I9001)
 
31 "Gregory Clement, first of the line of whom there is information, was born in Plymouth, England, in the early part of 1600. His birth place and the record of baptism are found in the parish register near Plymouth, England, He was noted in the colonial series of the state papers of Columbia as a factor in the East India Company stationed at Agra, and at the Ahmedabad in the year 1632. He was a knight of Kent, companion of Oliver Cromwell. He was from Kent, but afterward of London; a member of the Long Parliament; mayor of Plymouth, England about 1640; judge regicide of Charles I, and executed by Charles II.

New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation, Volume 4 - William Richard Cutter 
CLEMENT, regicide Gregory (I547349748)
 
32 "In 1808, Jesse wrote a letter to his brother announcing the had found a place in the country the wanted to buy. He named the place Avalon. According to the articles of agreement of October 27, 1813, which hang framed in the study, Frances Hollingsworth of Pipe Creek, builder of the house, sold the farm and improvements and about 220 acres to Jesse Slingluff."

When Jesse died, the property passed to his son, Isaac, and later to Isaac's son, Louis Philip. When Louis died, the property was sold to a family named Barrick, who held it until 1935 when it was sold to F. Donald Shriver, a Slingluff descendant. Shriver later sold the property to Robert Lee Slingluff. 
SLINGLUFF, Jesse (I23809)
 
33 "Samuel Clement was a great-grandson of Gregory Clement, a citizen of London, a merchant and trader with Spain; he was elected to Parliament in 1646, and sat as one of the judges at the trial of King Charles I; for this he was arrested May 26, 1660, tried and barbarously executed. One of his sons, James, emigrated to Long Island in 1670. His son Jacob, b. 1678, who m. Ann , dau of Samuel Harrison,purchased land in Gloucester, and lived there several years, plying his trade as a shoemaker."

Source: NJ Archives, VOl. XXVI: Newspaper Extracts 1768-1769 (1904), Ed. William Nelson. 
CLEMENT, Jacob (I16723)
 
34 "The beginning of this parish dates from the founding of the settlement here by Edward Lane. He purchased in 1698 a tract of 2500 acres, part of 500 acres originally granted in 1681 to one Thomas Rudyard, who came from London and became Deputy Governor of East Jersey. The conveyance to Edward Lane in 1698 was confirmed by patent in 1701. William Penn was on very friendly terms with Edward Lane, and when the latter went to England to visit his father, William Lane, a Quaker, then living in Bristol, England, William Penn solicited him to carry some dispatches to the home government.

When the division took place among the Society of Friends in Philadelphia in 1695, brought about by the preaching of George Keith, and leading to the founding of old Christ Church, Edward Lane, whose father and himself were Quakers, left that sect and joined the Episcopal Church. The early efforts of Edward Lane were in the direction of advancing the interests of the little settlement at Perkiomen, in which he seems to have been much interested..." 
LANE, Edward (I9418)
 
35 "The Life of Ethelbert Nevin" states that John Williamson was born in 1704, "a cloth merchant of Dublin, but a Scot withal, claiming descent from a sister of William Wallace. He went to the Cumberland Valley in 1731, and married Mary (Wilson) Davison, a daughter of George Davison who had come from Ulster in 1717. The family had position and culture; and the elder son, ugh Williamson, took a wide career in the life of the young nation." WILLIAMSON, John (I10475)
 
36 (another Benjamin?)
# 45; Benjamin ALLEN of Everham, Burlington County, yeoman, and
Jonathan THOMAS of
Burlington, Innholder... [bound to]... Jonathan BELCHER, Governor... 500
pounds... 7
Dec 1749 ... Benjamin ALLEN... obtained license of marriage for himself
and Rebecca
SHERWIN of Chester, widow...
[witness:] Jo. SCATTERGOOD 
ALLEN, Benjamin (I547269467)
 
37 10 Mar 1631 - Dec 1713
OCCUPATION: bricklayer
BIRTH: 10 Mar 1631, Tingewick, Buckingham, England
DEATH: Dec 1713, Willingboro Twp., NJ
IMMIGRATION: 1676
Note: 2 spellings for Fenimore, Fennimore
Source: Malcolm Schalick Sharp 
FENNIMORE, Richard (I547272629)
 
38 11th day of 8th mo., 1683 JOHNS, Margaret (I547345406)
 
39 12th of 3rd month, 1749 REYNOLDS, Nathaniel (Nathan) (I2793)
 
40 13th Missouri Cavarly and 6th Regt. Missouri Vol. SHINN, Thomas Jefferson (I547268286)
 
41 1812, Aug. 13 - John McConkey. Int. Letter of admnistration to John Cowden and William Forsyth. [Northumberland Co., PA]  MECONKEY, John (I9344)
 
42 1900 Census from Camden shows Lezzetta as being born in New York and both of her parents born in Switzerland. SAXER, Lizzetta (I547350110)
 
43 1910 Anderson Co., KS census, 002-0032-0038
1920 Boone Co., MO census, 9-8/5-5 
SHEPHERD, Hiram (I547279456)
 
44 6th. On Friday the 16th, as said Eldridge's, 100 acres of land, whereon is a good stone dwelling place, a good grist-mill and other improvements, late the property of Harrison Wells. At the same time and place 100 acres of valuable land adjacent to said mill, late the property of William Wells, both being part of a tract that formerly belonged to William Harrison, Esq. ...  WELLS, Harrison (I8922)
 
45 99 Branch St., Mount Holly, NJ 08060 Source (S523890109)
 
46 A corporal in Company B, 99th PA infantry, he was captured at the Battle of Spotsylvania and taken to Andersonville Prison. He died during a transfer from Andersonville. HANNUM, Malchijah (I547346588)
 
47 A listing of burials at Robeson gives 1932 for death date FAWKES, Sarah D. (I547335512)
 
48 A mahogany dresser with the initials AHT, which belonged to Amanda H. Trimble, is in the possession of Trimble descendant Mary Briggeman. TRIMBLE, Amanda H. (I12138)
 
49 A member of the South Fork Hunting and Fishing Club, related to the Johnstown Flood RANKIN, David Nevin (I10107)
 
50 A-11 CASSELBERRY, Jacob (I16526)
 

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