Montgomery County, Maryland

Posted Queries for April 1998



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FARMER, PRITCHETT posted by Donald Matson on Thursday, April 2, 1998

Thomas PRITCHETT left a will in Montg. Co.,Md. written & probated in 1778 naming following children, but no wife... Elias, Charles, William, Ruth West, Elizabeth West, Mary & Liddy. Does anyone have any genealogy on these children? Looking for a Elizabeth "Betsy" RITCHETT who supposedly had a brother Elias who became a school teacher & went to Fayette Co.,Pa. She marr. bef. 1768 to John FARMER, a Quaker, in Montg. Co. area, then in 1790's went to Loudoun Co.,Va. area, then in 1792 to Franklin Co.,Ky. Any help or clues would greatly be appreciated. Thank you.

CASE, COALE, COLE, CROWN posted by Richard j. Cole on Friday, April 3, 1998

 I am researching the Montgomery Co. area for information on the COALE/COLE family.  My gg grandfather JOHN COALE (later changed to COLE) was born between 1776 and 1799.  He married SUSANNA CROWN (born abt. 1800) 11 Sept. 1823 (this info found in St Mary's Church records, Rockville, Md.) They had three children, SARAH COLE (CASE), WILLIAM COLE, MARGARET COLE. JOHN COLE died about May, 1846. I am seeking information about his birth date/place, parents, their parents, and his burial site. I am also seeking information about the CROWN and CASE families. Any suggestions or information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Dick Cole, 12740-4 Camino De La Breccia, San Diego, CA. 92128

DUNN, KING posted by Michael Luck on Friday, April 3, 1998

I am searching for any information on John King a.k.a. "Jack". He lived in Montgomery Co. MD around 1927 (the year my father was born). He had a sister named Kitty, could be short for Kate or Katherine. She lived on Grant Ave. in  Takoma Park. She may have married into a family by the last name of Dunn, and relocated to Virginia. He was the Fire Chief around that same time (1927) in Takoma Park MD. He is buried at St. John's Cemetary in Forest Glen, MD. I think. Any information would be most helpful. My father never knew his father or much about him.  I'm only seeking info for geneaology purposes.                                                                  

GORDON posted by Colleen McGhee on Monday, April 6, 1998

I have the following information about the GORDON family: Ida GORDON, born in around 1860, remembered seeing smoke from the Civil War in Silver Spring, MD, so they may have come from there. Sister Ruth Cheney GORDON born ten years later in 1870. Father Henry GORDON died in train accident to Washington D. C. Ruth moved in around 1892 to Ashland, NH. Anything anyone can tell me about the Gordon family would be welcome!

JANES, JAYNES, JEANES, JEANS posted by Paul B. Phelps on Tuesday, April 7, 1998

Seeking information on the family and origins of William JEANS, an early surveyor and Quaker in Montgomery Co. MD.  William was b.a. 1720 in Prince George's Co. MD, son of Joseph and Elizabeth JEANS, and m.a. 1745 to Martha Ann

MOORE, WHIP posted by Marri Barnett on Tuesday, April 14, 1998

Archibald WHIP b. abt. 1791, Frederick Co.,MD married Ann C. MOORE in city now called Damascus, Montgomery Co.,MD at the Methodist Episcopal Church on 15 May 1817.

HIGGINS, JANES posted by Joanie Fortune on Sunday, April 19, 1998

LEMUEL CLARK JANES was born 10 Feb 1810 in Loudown Co., Va.  Moved to Montgomery Co with parents.  His father engaged in farming and business in Georgetown.  Lemuel married BARBARA E. HIGGINS 17 Feb 1829 in Rockville.  Barbara was born in Montgomery Co about 1813. Around 1835, they moved to Indiana  Would like to find more about their families.  At times, the surname Janes appears as Jones or James.

DYAR, DYER, GRIFFITH posted by Marsha Pearson on Tuesday, April 21, 1998

Would like to find the parents of Samuel DYER born 2 Jan 1751 in Montgomery Co., MD.  Was Rev. Soldier from Virginia and married Elizabeth GRIFFITH.

DAWSON posted by M. Bailey on Thursday, April 23, 1998

I am researching Thomas Dawson (6th GGrandfather) and his family.  Thomas owned a farm called "Mother's Delight", purchased in 1754 and enlarged as it passed to future generations (last Dawson to own farm was Americus Dawson in the late 1800s).  The farm is now located in the Great Seneca State Park.  Any information aboutThomas/ancestors/descendants or pertinent information is appreciated.  Willing to share any information I have re: family DAWSON. Thank you.

BREWER, MCNAIR, MUSGROVE posted by John (Jack) Stewart on Sunday, April 26, 1998

Am researching a BREWER family of Montgomery Co., MD, and would like to exchange info with anyone knowledgable about the following family that appears in the 1860 census of Clarksburg: VINCENT BREWER, 53, m, farmer, b. MD Catharine, 53, f, b. MD Elias, 17, m, b. MD Angeline W., 30, f, b. MD Walper G., 7, m, b. MD Zachariah F., 5, m, b. MD Eliza A., 3, f, b. MD Imogene, 2/12, f, b. MD Frances Riggs, 14, f, b. MD James L. MUSGROVE 31, m, laborer, b. VA


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