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All Relatvies of Jonathan Webber

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John COKAYNE [BaronofExchequer]

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Edith (Ida) De GREY

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


John COKAYNE

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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

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Lettice De KNIVETON

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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


Thomas WITHERS [Knight]

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William COKAYNE

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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

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Sarah MERCATON OR MERCATEN

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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


William De KNIVETON [Sir]

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John L COFFEY

!1830 US CENSUS, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. (SLC# 007719) MALECHILD AGE UNDER FIVE.

1860 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. PAGE685. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) 21 JUN 1860. JOHN L COFFEE, M, W, 31, FARMER, IN;CELIA, F, W, 26, IOWA; EMERY, M, W, 10, IN; WILLIAM, M, W,8, IN; ISABEL, F, W, 5, IN; ELENE, F, W, 3, IN; JOSEPH A,M, W, 7/12, IN.

LEONARD N COFFEY, 38 NORTH OUTER DRIVE, MARTINSVILLE,INDIANA 46151. STATES JOHN L (1828-1910) BORN IN INDIANA,MARRIED CELIA J NORMAN IN 1849 AND HAD 13 CHILDREN. WAS AFARMER IN MORGAN CO IND 1850-1870, MARION CO INDIANA IN1880, VERNON CO MISSOURI 1880-1885, AND IN ALLEN CO KANSAS1885-1910. SERVED IN MEXICAN MAR 1846-7.

OBITUARY, IOLA DAILY REGISTER, MORAN KANSAS. ENCL COF0010. JOHN L COFFEY DIED 8 JUN 1910 NEAR MORAN KANSAS AGED 81 YEARS, 8 MONTHS, AND 18 DAYS. MARRIED CELIA JANE NORMAN 27 DEC 1849. WIFE AND 5 CHILDREN PRECEEDED HIM IN DEATH. MOVED FROM INDIANA TO VERNON CO MISSOURI IN 1880 THEN TO ALLEN CO KANSAS IN 1885. WAS SOLDIER IN MEXICAN WAR. WAS DRAFTED FOR THE CIVIL WAR BUT WASN'T NEEDED SO RETURNED HOME. DOESN'T INCLUDE NAMES OF CHILDREN.


Celia Jane NORMAN

!1860 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. PAGE685. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) 21 JUN 1860. JOHN L COFFEE, M, W, 31, FARMER, IN;CELIA, F, W, 26, IOWA; EMERY, M, W, 10, IN; WILLIAM, M, W,8, IN; ISABEL, F, W, 5, IN; ELENE, F, W, 3, IN; JOSEPH A,M, W, 7/12, IN.

LEONARD N COFFEY, 38 NORTH OUTER DRIVE, MARTINSVILLE,INDIANA 46151. STATES JOHN L (1828-1910) BORN IN INDIANA,MARRIED CELIA J NORMAN IN 1849 AND HAD 13 CHILDREN. WAS AFARMER IN MORGAN CO IND 1850-1870, MARION CO INDIANA IN1880, VERNON CO MISSOURI 1880-1885, AND IN ALLEN CO KANSAS1885-1910. SERVED IN MEXICAN MAR 1846-7.

OBITUARY, IOLA DAILY REGISTER, MORAN KANSAS. ENCL COF0010. JOHN L COFFEY DIED 8 JUN 1910 NEAR MORAN KANSAS AGED81 YEARS, 8 MONTHS, AND 18 DAYS. MARRIED CELIA JANE NORMAN27 DEC 1849. WIFE AND 5 CHILDREN PRECEEDED HIM IN DEATH.MOVED FROM INDIANA TO VERNON CO MISSOURI IN 1880 THEN TOALLEN CO KANSAS IN 1885. WAS SOLDIER IN MEXICAN WAR. WASDRAFTED FOR THE CIVIL WAR BUT WASN'T NEEDED SO RETURNEDHOME. DOESN'T INCLUDE NAMES OF CHILDREN.


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Robert JONES

!1840 US CENSUS, MORGAN CO., INDIANA, PAGE 567. SLC# 7732.ROBERT JONES FAMILY: 1 MALE UNDER 5; 1 MALE 30-40; 1FEMALE 20-30.

1860 US CENSUS, WASHINGTON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) ROBERT JONES, M, W, 50, FARMER, $2500/200, VIRGINIA;NANCY, F, W, 40, KY; MARY J, F, W, 17, IN; NANCY C, F, W,14, IN; ELIZA M, F, W, 11, IN; JAMES M, M, W, 8, IN;JONATHAN W, M, W, 7, IN.

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Nancy COFFEY

!1830 US CENSUS, MORGAN CO., INDIANA, PAGE 238. FEMALECHILD AGE 10-15. (SLC# 007719).

1840 US CENSUS, MORGAN CO., INDIANA, PAGE 567. SLC# 7732.ROBERT JONES FAMILY: 1 MALE UNDER 5; 1 MALE 30-40; 1FEMALE 20-30.

1860 US CENSUS, WASHINGTON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) ROBERT JONES, M, W, 50, FARMER, $2500/200, VIRGINIA;NANCY, F, W, 40, KY; MARY J, F, W, 17, IN; NANCY C, F, W,14, IN; ELIZA M, F, W, 11, IN; JAMES M, M, W, 8, IN;JONATHAN W, M, W, 7, IN.

INFORMATION: Leonard N Coffey, 38 North Outer Drive, Martinsville, Indiana 46151. NOTE: States Nancy was born 1819 KY, married Robert Jones in 1834, widowed by 1880, was parent of 12 children and in 1900 lived with son, Allen on Walnut Street in Martinsville.

BAPTISM-ENDOWMENT-SEALING: Logan Temple Records, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Richard De HERTHULL [Sir]

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Alice ASTLEY

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Moses TURPIN

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!CHILDREN-SPOUSE: Last Will and Testament for Moses Turpin,Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Page236-7; ENCL TUR 0001; Salt Lake Family History Library Film# 598753.

WILL: In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state ofhealth but of sound mind do make this may last will andtestament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debtsand funeral charges are paid. I bequeath to my wifeMagdalene the tract of land that I now live on containingone hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining thecontaining eighty acres to ahve during her natural lifealso to have three head of horses at her choice of thestock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogsalso all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are dueto me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on WilliamDavis to have the above property to dispose of as she maysee proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to mythree sons Moses Turpin Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin atthe death of my wife the said to be divided in five sharesMoses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel twoshares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Robertsand Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tatescontaining eighty acres the said land to be sold andequally divided between them also do bequeath to my twodaughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgementsagainst William Hays to be equally divided between themalso do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt offift one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to becollected and paid on use until she comes of age also dobequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also dobequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse calledRainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of thehorses the next choice to be sold and the money to be puton use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then tobe for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wifeMagdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors. Signedsealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, JohnShort, Reubin Short. Presented at the County Court heldfor Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.

HISTORY: Pulaski County Research Book; Page 24; Salt LakeFamily History Library Book # 976.963 H2p; NOTE: Statesthat Moses Turpin served in the War of 1812. This MosesTurpin would ahve been about 55 years of age at this time,but the son Moses would have been about 20-22 at this time.Suspect that it is the son that served in the War of 1812.

HISTORY: Moses Turpin acted as a witness for a lst willand testament for James Turpin, 2 May 1777, BotetourtCounty, Virginia. Salt Lake Family History Library Film #595214; ENCL TUR 0008.

LAND: Land Entry Book, Greenbrier County, West Virginia byH.S.Stinson; 1870; Greenbrier County Clerk; Page 24; 1780;Salt Lake Family History Library Film # ; NOTE:Commissioners do certify that Moses Turpin titled to 250acres of land by right of settlement the 2st day of Jan1778 as assignee of Alexander West lying in GreenbrierCounty adjoining the land of George Coonrod. Given underour hand this 17th day of January 1780.

MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Virginia Valley Records by Wayland; 1965;Salt Lake Family History Library Book # 975.5 H2wa; NOTE:Moses Turpen married Magdilia Black, 27 Nov 1781,Rockingham County, Virginia at Lineville Creek BaptistChurch by Reverand John Adlerson, or at Greenbriar CountyVirginia (now West Virginia) by Reverand John Alderson.

2do-LOCATION: 1790 US Census, Greenbrier County, Virginia;1790; Salt Lake Family History Library Film #________; (Tax list in part);NOTE: states Moses Turpin, GreenbrierCounty, 1783-1786.

2do-BIRTH-LOCATION: 1800 US Census, Madison County,Kentucky; 1800; Federal Archives; Page ; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # _________.

(1800)

2do-BIRTH-LOCATION: 1810 US Census, Pulaski County,Kentucky; 1810; Federal Archives; Page _____; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # _______; NOTE: Moses moved toPulaski County Kentucky somtime between the marriage of sonMoses in 1800 in Madison County, and the marriage of hisdaughter Mry in 1805 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.

(1810) Moses Turpen: 2 males < 10; 1 males 26-45; 3 females<10; 1 female 26-45.


Magdalene BLACK

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!CHILDREN-SPOUSE: Last Will and Testament for Moses Turpin,Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1816; Probate Clerk; Vol 1, Page236-7; ENCL TUR 0001; Salt Lake Family History Library Film# 598753.

WILL: In the name of God Amen, I Moses Turpin of the Countyof Pulaski and state of Kentucky being in a low state ofhealth but of sound mind do make this may last will andtestament and bequeath as follows; After all my just debtsand funeral charges are paid. I bequeath to my wifeMagdalene the tract of land that I now live on containingone hundred and sixty acres also a tract adjoining thecontaining eighty acres to ahve during her natural lifealso to have three head of horses at her choice of thestock also three cows and calves also all my stock of hogsalso all my _____ furniture also all my debts that are dueto me except a debt on William Hays and a debt on WilliamDavis to have the above property to dispose of as she maysee proper also do bequeath the above mentioned land to mythree sons Moses Turpin Solomon Turpin and Samuel Turpin atthe death of my wife the said to be divided in five sharesMoses to have one share Solomon two shares and Samuel twoshares also do bequeath to my two daughters Mariam Robertsand Delilah Turpin, a track of land adjoining Robert Tatescontaining eighty acres the said land to be sold andequally divided between them also do bequeath to my twodaughters Polly Long and Mariam Roberts. two judgementsagainst William Hays to be equally divided between themalso do bequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin a debt offift one dollars on William Davis and Gideon Roberts to becollected and paid on use until she comes of age also dobequeath Agness Hart one pacing sorrel horse also dobequeath to my daughter Delilah Turpin one bay horse calledRainbow also after my wife takes her three choices of thehorses the next choice to be sold and the money to be puton use until my grandson Henry Turpin comes of age then tobe for him......... Magdalene Turpin, I do appoint my wifeMagdalene Turpin and Samuel Turpin executors. Signedsealed in the presents of Robert Tate, Samuel Tate, JohnShort, Reubin Short. Presented at the County Court heldfor Pulaski County Court, 23 December 1816.

MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Virginia Valley Records by Wayland; 1965;Salt Lake Family History Library Book # 975.5 H2wa; NOTE:Moses Turpen married Magdilia Black, 27 Nov 1781,Rockingham County, Virginia at Lineville Creek BaptistChurch by Reverand John Adlerson, or at Greenbriar CountyVirginia (now West Virginia) by Reverand John Alderson.

LOCATION: First Census of Virginia (Tax list inpart);NOTE: states Moses Turpin, Greenbrier County,1783-1786.

2do-BIRTH-LOCATION: 1800 US Census, Madison County,Kentucky; 1800; Federal Archives; Page ; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # _________.

(1800)

2do-BIRTH-LOCATION: 1810 US Census, Pulaski County,Kentucky; 1810; Federal Archives; Page _____; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # _______; NOTE: Moses moved toPulaski County Kentucky somtime between the marriage of sonMoses in 1800 in Madison County, and the marriage of hisdaughter Mry in 1805 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.

(1810) Moses Turpen: 2 males < 10; 1 males 26-45; 3 females<10; 1 female 26-45.

RELATIONSHIPS: Deed Book, Pulaski County, Kentucky; 1817;Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 2, Page 230-31; Salt Lake FamilyHistory Library Film # ______.

Kentucky, Pulaski County Court, June Term 1817; Agreeableto an order of the Courty Court for the Courty aforesaid,this indenture is made between William Fox as Clerk of saidcourt in behalf of Henry Martin (alias Turpin) orphan ofAley Mansford late Aley Martin of the one part, andMagdalin Turpin of the other part witnesseth that the saidHenry Martin (alias Turpin) is honestly and industriouslyto serve and obey the said Magdalin Turpin in all lawfulcommands until he shall be twenty one years old and she thesaid Magdalin Turpin doth covenant and agree to find thesaid Henry Martin (alias) Turpin a sufficiency of goodclothes as also a sufficiency of good wholesome diet andall other necessaries so long as he shall serve her and tolearn him the said Henry Martin (Alias) Turpin, all thecommon arts and mystaries of the farmers trade or businesand to have him taught to read and write and commonarithmatic including the rule of three, and to treat him ina humane and tender manner in all things and at theexpiration of the said Henry Martin (Alias) Turpin servewho was twelve years old the 4th day of December 1816, thesaid Magdaline Turpin is to given him three pounds tenshillings and a decent new suit of clothes. In witnesswhereof the said Magdalin Turpin and the said William Foxas Clerk of the said court hath hereunto set his hand andafixed his seal this 23rd day of June 1817. SignedMagdalin Turpin (Her mark). At the County Court held forPulaski County at the Courthouse thereof in Somerset, onMonday the 23rd day of June 1817. This Indenture ofapprenticeship, between William Fox Clerk of the Courtaforesaid on behalf of Henry Martin (Alias) Turpin, orphanof Aley Mansford, late Aley Martin to Magdalin Turpin, wasacknowledged by the said William Fox as clerk aforesaid andMagdaline Turpin to be their act and deed and ordered to berecorded and the same is done accordingly.

MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: Marriage Bonds, Pulaski County, Kentucky;1825; Pulaski County Clerk; Vol 1, Page 32; Salt LakeFamily History Library Film # 0804052; NOTE: George Cundiffmarried Magdalane Turpin, 21 Apr 1825, Pulaski County,Kentucky. Surities: John Fitzpatrick Jr.


James Wilson COFFEY

!1830 US CENSUS, MORGAN CO., INDIANA (SLC# 007719) MALECHILD AGE 5-10.

1850 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. SLC#442940.

(1850) JAMES COFFEE, M, W, 27, KY; LOUISA, F, W, 22, TENN;SAMUEL, M, W, 6, IN; JOHN T, M, W, 3, IN; B F, M, W, 3/12(AUG), IN.

1860 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. PAGE689. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) 22 JUN 1860. JAMES COFFEE, M, W, 38, FARMER, KY;LOUISA F, F, W, 32, TENN; SAMUEL M, M, W, 16, IN; JOHN L,M, W, 13, IN; BENJAMIN F, M, W, 11, IN; JAMES N, M, W, 6,IN; JOSEPH L, M, W, 4, IN; VICTOR HUGO, M, W, 2, IN.

TRACT BOOK, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. SLC# 1502908. JAMES WCOFFEE OWNS 40 ACRES OF LAND, SE1/4 NE1/4 S32, R2EAST,T11NORTH, 2 AUG 1846, MARTINSVILLE, MORGAN CO., INDIANA.

LEONARD N COFFEY, 38 NORTH OUTER DRIVE, MARTINSVILLE,INDIANA 46151. STATES JAME WILSON (1822-1889) BORN IN KY,MARRIED LOUISA NORMAN IN 1842. FATHER OF 7 SONS AND 1DAUGHTER. MOVED FROM INDIANA TO IOWA IN 1864.

HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY IOWA, 1887. (INCLUDED ININFORMATION RECEIVED FROM LEONARD N COFFEY (ABOVE). STATESHE WAS BORN IN PULASKI CO KY 10 MAY 1822 SON OF LEWIS M ANDDELILAH TRUPIN COFFEY. FATHER WAS A NATIVE OF STOKES CONORTH CAROLINA BORN IN 1798 AND MOTHER A NATIVE OF PULASKICO KY BORN IN 1802. STATES BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN THEFOLLOWING MANNER: NANCY (WIDOW OF ROBERT JONES RESIDES INMORGAN CO INDIANA; MARY A (WIFE OF JOHN COOK); BETTIE(DECEASED); JOHN L (FARMER IN ALLEN CO KANSAS); MOSES T(FARMER IN MORGAN CO INDIANA); PHILIP B (RESIDENT OF CASSCO MISSOURI); DELILAH (DECEASED WAS THE WIFE OF JAMESREADY- BOTH DECEASED); R.W. (FARMER IN CUMBERLAND COILLINOIS); LEWIS M (DECEASED). STATES HIS MARRIAGE DATE TOLOUISA T NORMAN OF TENNESSEE AS THE 11 NOV 1842. MOVED TOLIME CREEK TWP, WASHINGTON CO, IOWA IN OCT 1864 AND RESIDEDTHERE FROM THEN ON.

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Louisa T NORMAN

!1850 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. SLC#442940.

(1850) JAMES COFFEE, M, W, 27, KY; LOUISA, F, W, 22, TENN;SAMUEL, M, W, 6, IN; JOHN T, M, W, 3, IN; B F, M, W, 3/12(AUG), IN.

1860 US CENSUS, JACKSON TWP, MORGAN CO., INDIANA. PAGE689. (SLC# 803284)

(1860) 22 JUN 1860. JAMES COFFEE, M, W, 38, FARMER, KY;LOUISA F, F, W, 32, TENN; SAMUEL M, M, W, 16, IN; JOHN L,M, W, 13, IN; BENJAMIN F, M, W, 11, IN; JAMES N, M, W, 6,IN; JOSEPH L, M, W, 4, IN; VICTOR HUGO, M, W, 2, IN.

HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY IOWA (1887) INCLUDED INHISTORY COMPILED BY LEONARD N COFFEY (ENCL COF 0010) STATES LOUISA T NORMAN WAS A NATIVE OF TENNESSEE BORN JUN23, 1826 TO JAMES AND SARAH A HARRISON NORMAN. MARRIEDJAMES W COFFEY 11 DEC 1842.

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