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William Chenoweth b: 1682, England

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[PETE] It is hoped that with the telling of the following history that a better understanding of one branch of the Chenoweth family may be had. If this is your line and can contribute to, or correct, the data herein contained please do so, so that others may benefit. Peter Clinton Chenoweth8, Harold Richard7, Frank Larking6, William Clawson5, William4, William3, John2 and Caroline (Mitchell), Edward1. [contact Peter]

The History of the Family of A John Chenoweth

(as told by Fannie Chenoweth Dorman)

I have spent a long time trying to trace our connection with that of John and Mary (Calvert) Chenoweth but have failed to do so with any accuracy. The information we have of our branch is not sufficient. If John were born about 1682, he would be a contemporary of our ancestor William, but whether a brother or cousin or a more distant relative we do not know. I have given our genealogy back to Edward, born about 1610, which came to me from records which my father and our Aunt Caroline had, but I have no proof of its accuracy. Beginning with John, born 1741, the record gives the name of all his children with the dates of their births and deaths, and this we have reason to believe is accurate. Which ancestor left the ancestral home in Wales and settled in Chatham on the east coast of England we do not know, but since it is the custom in England for the oldest son to inherit the entire estate of his father, it is probable that a younger son left the home to seek his fortune in another part of England. It must have been some years, perhaps generations, before the time of our great grandfather Edward, as the family was then well established in property and profession. This is shown by the fact that John, a brother of our grandfather Edward, possessed considerable property which later formed a legacy in which my father and his brothers and sisters participated. The story of this legacy follows as it has some interesting features:

John died in 1852, leaving a will in which he left his estate to his family which consisted of one son and six daughters, but with the provision that should these children die without heirs, the property would go to the heirs of his brothers and sisters. The son died without children and none of the daughters married. The last one died in 1896. Her housekeeper, who had lived with the family many years, tried to claim the property, but the will was found and Mrs Ramage and Edward Moxom were appointed executors and an effort stated to locate the heirs. One of John's brothers by the name of William had sailed from England about 1825 bound for Australia. He was never heard from so it was supposed that he was lost at sea. To comply with the English law, the executors were obliged to advertise in papers in different parts of the world for the possible descendants of William. None were found so the heirs consisted of fourteen grandchildren of Edward, five living in England, five in the United States and four in Australia. The property consisted of a house in London, some stocks and bonds and other property. After several years of investigation and conducting the case through the English courts, the property was sold, all costs paid and $2200 sent to each of the heirs. This was a great surprise to my father as he supposed the lawyers would get most of the property. He gave to each of his children ten (10) dollars with instructions to buy something to remember their uncle by. During the time the case was pending, Uncle Ed, our father's brother - who was living in Ottawa, decided that some one should go to England to represent the American heirs and see that their interests were fully protected and as none of his brothers thought this necessary, he went on his own responsibility. He had a pleasant trip, an interview with Mrs Ramage, a visit with Edward Moxom, a cousin who to a remarkable extent resembled himself, and a visit to the church where his father and mother were married. Being a great admirer of Dickens, he spent considerable time visiting the villages described in Dicken's books, and on his return gave lectures in the schools of Ottawa and vicinity on "Dickens and his Country". He spent most of his time in England at the home of Lizzie Dallison, a cousin on his mother's side. Cousin Lizzie, who never married, spent thirty years as a teacher in the London schools and during her last years was a reader to the blind in a home for veterans of World War I. A number of cousins in America corresponded with her as I did. She was very fond of her relatives and eager to write to any of us. She begged us to come to London to visit her. When my husband and I made the trip in 1931, I knew that she had been dead for several years, but we went to her home at 42 Ridge Road, Stroud Green, to see if we could locate any of her nephews and nieces. Through the family in the house, we located a niece, Mrs Pilgrim, and spent a pleasant evening visiting with her, her husband and daughter. Since her grandmother was a sister of Caroline Mitchell, Mrs Pilgrim and I were second cousins.

The first accurate information we have of our ancestors is concerning our great grandfather, Edward. He lived in Chatham, a ship building town on the east coast of England. He was a master caulker of ships and a skilled worker in wood. He married Phoebe Ramage and to them were born eleven children, five of whom died in infancy. Our grandfather was John, the eighth child and the third to be given the name John. It seemed that every generation must have its John, so if the child by that name died, the next son was given the name. As was the custom of the times, John worked with his father as an apprentice, learning the trade of cabinet maker. His father, having the ambition for him to become a clergyman, sent him to Oxford to study for this profession. John, however, decided he preferred the trade of cabinet maker, and returned to Chatham to work with his father. He was married to Caroline Mitchell and a record of this marriage, copied from the Marriage Register of Chalk County of Kent, is as follows:

             "John Chenoweth and Caroline Mitchell were married
              on the second day of May in the year one thousand eight
              hundred and twenty four by me."
                                                 R.S. Jaynes

              This marriage was            John Chenoweth
              solemnized between us        Caroline Mitchell

              In the presence of           Ann Mitchell
                                           Stephen Redsell

Our father, John, born 21 April 1829, was the third child of this marriage. In 1832 grandfather John was advised by his father to take his growing family to America where opportunities were greater. His wife Caroline, who was very devoted to her mother and sisters, was reluctant to leave but was persuaded it would be a wise move. They embarked in a small sailing vessel for New York City. Knowing no one in the new world this was a great adventure. Father was too young to remember any of the details of this trip, which lasted seventy-two days.

In New York, grandfather John obtained work making mahogany doors for fine houses. In 1835 he started in business for himself buying, repairing, and selling furniture. Grandmother Caroline was never satisfied in her new home because she grieved continually for her relatives in England. In 1841 John said they would go back and would sail in two weeks. Caroline, however, now demurred and said they would not sail until the baby she was expecting was born, because it if were born at sea it might die without baptism. So the trip was postponed until the baby was born and baptized. This baby was Edward, known to us as "Uncle Ed". The oldest son, also named Edward, had died in 1836. The family now consisting of father, mother, and six children returned to their old home in Brumpton, England. After a few weeks the family moved to London and there experienced real hardships. Grandfather John obtained some work but the wages were very low. I have heard father say that he carried a letter eight miles to get the penny the postage would be and his mother and sister, Caroline, made colored shirts by hand for a penny a piece and white shirts with the linen bosoms backstitched on for three pence. Father became very familiar with the London streets for he walked looking for work. When we were children he often told us stories of these streets, the names of which sounded so attractive to us. Many years later, when I walked on these very streets, these stories came back to me with their familiar names. The children begged to return to New York which was more like home to them. Aunt Alice, grandfather John's sister who was in comfortable circumstances, furnished the money for the passage, and again on 27 December 1843, the family embarked on the ship "Switzerland" at St Catherine docks, London, on a voyage the remembrance of which was always a nightmare to father.

For several weeks, the vessel was so buffeted with storms that it was unable to clear the English Channel. An anchor was lost and the ship so damaged that the captain was obliged to go into the nearest harbor for necessary repairs. On their way again and out on the Atlantic Ocean, the captain was taken ill and the command of the ship was taken over by the first mate. He was not sufficiently experienced and the vessel got off the usual route and into the place of calms, where they drifted for days and weeks. Food and water supplies ran low and all might have starved had not the cargo included some peas and beans destined for seed and some Belgian hares. These were used for food. The water became so scarce and stale that it is remarkable that an epidemic did not take all on board. My father was seasick during the entire one hundred and five days the voyage lasted and never again wanted to board a sailing vessel.

Grandfather John again opened a shop in New York where he made furniture and repaired old pieces and bought and sold second hand furniture. He was a good cabinet maker and took pride in his work. He was a man of mild disposition, kind in his manner and always willing to do a neighbor or a stranger a good turn. He was fond of reading and studious by nature. He cared nothing for the accumulation of property. The opportunities for gain in New York City at that time were many, but he was satisfied with enough for his family to live on. He was fond of his children, interested in their welfare, but left the discipline entirely to their mother. Grandmother Caroline was an energetic and resourceful woman who cared for her large family with only the help of the older children. Being members of the Church of England, the family affiliated with Trinity Church in New York and the children were brought up in this faith.


Descendants Outline



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Edward Chenoweth b: 1610 d: Unknown
.. 2
John Chenoweth b: 1635 d: Unknown
.... 3
William Chenoweth b: 1662 d: Unknown
...... 4
William Chenoweth b: 1681 d: Unknown
........ 5
Edward Chenoweth b: 1715 d: Unknown
.......... 6
John Chenoweth b: 1741 d: July 28, 1779
............ 7
Alice Chenoweth b: December 24, 1765 d: December 21, 1808
............ 7
Edward Chenoweth b: September 04, 1767 d: Unknown in New York
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+Phoebe Ramage d: Unknown
.............. 8
Alice Chenoweth b: April 05, 1790 d: December 19, 1872
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+? Kennard d: Unknown
.............. 8
Benjamin Chenoweth b: May 12, 1792 d: April 22, 1797
.............. 8
Phoebe Chenoweth b: November 17, 1794 d: 1858
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+? Carter d: Unknown
.............. 8
John Chenoweth b: February 01, 1797 d: May 07, 1802
.............. 8
Benjamin Chenoweth b: January 29, 1799 d: March 16, 1799
.............. 8
Mary Ann Chenoweth b: February 08, 1800 d: October 17, 1802
.............. 8
John Chenoweth b: September 22, 1802 d: 1802
.............. 8
John Chenoweth b: November 18, 1803 d: September 19, 1861
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+Caroline Mitchell b: 1806 d: Unknown
................ 9
Caroline Chenoweth b: September 29, 1825 in Brompton, England d: March 05, 1902
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+James A. Weston d: Unknown
.................. 10
Caroline Weston b: July 08, 1851 d: Unknown
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+George Pryor d: Unknown
.................... 11
Carrie Pryor d: Unknown
.................... 11
Isaac Pryor d: Unknown
.................. 10
Emma Weston b: November 25, 1852 d: Unknown
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+Robert West d: Unknown
.................... 11
Emma West d: Unknown
.................. 10
Elizabeth Weston b: May 19, 1855 d: Unknown
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+H. Allen d: Unknown
.................... 11
Hiram Allen d: Unknown
.................... 11
Georgiana Allen d: Unknown
.................... 11
Hamilton Allen d: Unknown
.................... 11
Allen Allen d: Unknown
.................. 10
Laura Keen Weston b: January 02, 1857 d: April 1916
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+John Weeks d: Unknown
.................... 11
Ida Weeks d: Unknown
.................... 11
John Weeks d: Unknown
.................... 11
Berton Weeks d: Unknown
.................. 10
Frank James Weston b: August 19, 1858 d: 1903
.................... 11
James Weston d: Unknown
.................... 11
Anna Weston d: Unknown
.................. 10
Ida May Weston b: May 18, 1864 d: Unknown
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+James Palmer d: Unknown
.................... 11
Grace Palmer d: Unknown
.................... 11
Ida Palmer d: Unknown
.................... 11
Elizabeth Palmer d: Unknown
.................. 10
Josephine Weston b: July 07, 1867 d: Unknown
................ 9
Edward Chenoweth b: 1827 in Brompton, England d: 1836
................ 9
John E. Chenoweth b: April 21, 1829 in Brompton, England d: August 18, 1901 in Kansas
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+Mary E. Hall d: 1863
.................. 10
Fannie C. Chenoweth b: July 17, 1858 in New York d: July 27, 1925
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+Henry Dorman b: 1854 d: Unknown
.................... 11
Ellen May Dorman b: November 12, 1881 d: Unknown
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+Ernest Noe d: Unknown
...................... 12
Frances May Noe b: August 21, 1903 d: February 01, 1906
...................... 12
Mary Ethel Noe
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+Leslie Tromblay d: Unknown
........................ 13
Patricia Ethel Tromblay
.................... 11
Edward Chenoweth Dorman b: May 13, 1887 d: February 03, 1916
.................... 11
Leslie Marden Dorman b: October 27, 1891 d: Unknown
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+Emma Terrell
.................. 10
Edward Hall Chenoweth b: September 17, 1860 in New York d: September 21, 1919
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+Elizabeth Eaglehoff b: December 1861 in Ohio d: Unknown
................ *2nd Wife of John E. Chenoweth:
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+Mary Ann Janes b: December 16, 1840 in England d: October 09, 1903
.................. 10
Alice Chenoweth b: December 31, 1865 d: March 30, 1866
.................. 10
John Chenoweth b: February 01, 1867 d: May 21, 1868
.................. 10
Grace Chenoweth b: November 27, 1868 in Kansas d: March 07, 1933
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+Hosea P. Holmes d: Unknown
.................... 11
Alice Mary Holmes b: April 22, 1891 d: Unknown
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+F.D. O'Neal d: Unknown
...................... 12
Frances Latrine O'Neal
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+Albert Anderson
........................ 13
Carol Jean Anderson
...................... 12
Nolan O'Neal
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+Frances Walker
.................... *2nd Husband of Alice Mary Holmes:
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+Charles Sheldon d: 1919
.................... *3rd Husband of Alice Mary Holmes:
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+John Dodamo d: Unknown
...................... 12
Alice Anita Dodamo
.................... 11
Mamie Holmes b: January 17, 1893 d: Unknown
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+Roland McClure d: Unknown
...................... 12
Roland Holmes McClure
.................... 11
Wilbur Coryson Holmes b: September 14, 1896 d: Unknown
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+Erma Phillips d: Unknown
...................... 12
Lee Clare Holmes
...................... 12
Kay Colleen Holmes
.................... 11
Harlan Banta Holmes b: November 11, 1898 d: Unknown
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+Mary O'Connell d: Unknown
...................... 12
William Harlan Holmes
...................... 12
Marybelle Katherine Holmes
.................... 11
Carroll Holmes b: February 17, 1902 d: Unknown
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+Geneva Moore d: Unknown
...................... 12
Robert Leslie Holmes
...................... 12
Fred Hote Holmes
...................... 12
Carroll Frances Holmes
.................. 10
Mary Louise Chenoweth b: November 06, 1870 in Kansas d: Unknown
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+Harlan Quincy Banta d: Unknown
.................... 11
Frances Banta b: June 03, 1898 d: Unknown
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+Ivan Dodt d: Unknown
.................... 11
Helen Martha Banta b: April 04, 1900 d: Unknown
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+Donald Hobart Morgan d: Unknown
...................... 12
Donald Harlan Morgan
...................... 12
Marilyn Helen Morgan
.................... 11
Howard David Banta b: February 24, 1904 d: Unknown
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+Lura Lee Connor
...................... 12
Mary Eleanor Banta
.................... 11
Lola Merle Banta
....................
+Floyd King
...................... 12
Robert Harlen King
...................... 12
Carolyn Kay King
.................... 11
Lila Pearle Banta
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+Theo Counter
...................... 12
Duane Noel Counter
...................... 12
Diane Joyce Counter
.................. 10
Robert Atkinson Chenoweth b: August 28, 1872 in Kansas d: September 07, 1917
..................
+Mildred L. Wangarin b: 1879 in Kansas d: Unknown
.................... 11
Jack W. Chenoweth b: November 24, 1904 in Kansas d: January 29, 1930 in California
.................... 11
Robert Chenoweth b: June 14, 1910 d: June 09, 1911
.................. 10
Henry James Chenoweth b: September 24, 1874 in Kansas d: Unknown
..................
+Mira Spearing d: Unknown
.................. 10
William Chenoweth b: March 13, 1877 in Kansas d: April 24, 1914
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+Maude E. Brinkman b: October 05, 1879 in Kansas d: April 1976 in Maryland
.................... 11
Robert J. Chenoweth b: May 17, 1904 in Missouri d: January 15, 1978 in Missouri
.................. 10
John T. Chenoweth b: October 11, 1879 in Ottawa, KS d: June 04, 1950 in Memorial Hospital, Woodward, OK Burial: June 07, 1950 Lot #5, Block #36, Space #5, Section #3, Elmwood Cemetery, Woodward, OK
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+Ella G. Shea b: October 30, 1880 in Ottawa, Kansas d: November 04, 1959 in Memorial Hospital, Woodward, OK Burial: November 07, 1959 Lot #5, Block #36, Space #4, Section #3, Elmwood Cemetery, Woodward, OK
.................... 11
John Chenoweth, Jr b: August 17, 1914 in Wellington, KS d: February 03, 1953 in Woodward, OK Burial: February 05, 1953 Lot #5, Block #36, Space #2, Section #3, Elmwood Cemetery, Woodward, OK
.................... 11
Charles Claire Chenoweth b: July 10, 1917 in Oklahoma d: July 20, 1924
.................. 10
Laura Chenoweth [2] b: December 04, 1881 in Kansas d: Unknown
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+Charles Quin [1] b: February 19, 1877 d: Unknown Father: John Quin Mother: Laurentia Chenoweth
.................... 11
Helen Quin [3] b: March 26, 1910 d: October 1930
.................... 11
Mary Elodie Quin [4]
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+A.C. Simmons [5]
...................... 12
L. Mary Alwyn Simmons [6]
...................... 12
June Simmons [7]
.................. 10
Pearle Mabel Chenoweth b: March 05, 1884 in Kansas d: Unknown
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+Howard Hayes d: Unknown
................ 9
William E. Chenoweth b: February 23, 1831 in Brompton, England d: April 15, 1895
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+Sarah Ann Carr b: Abt. 1832 in New York d: Unknown
.................. 10
John Benjamin Chenoweth b: April 17, 1850 in New York d: December 09, 1921
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+Celia Malloy b: May 1856 in New Jersey d: 1929
.................... 11
William J. Chenoweth b: July 1875 in New Jersey d: Unknown
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+Margaret ? b: 1883 in New York d: Unknown
...................... 12
Robert Chenoweth b: 1904 in New Jersey d: Unknown
...................... 12
Walter Chenoweth b: March 24, 1908 in New Jersey d: December 01, 1963
.................... 11
John Benjamin Chenoweth, Jr b: December 1877 in New Jersey d: 1947 in New Jersey
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+Agnes Keller b: 1886 in New Jersey d: Unknown
...................... 12
Agnes Cecil Chenoweth b: March 25, 1907 in New Jersey d: December 16, 1996
......................
+? Gorsky
........................ 13
Cecil M. Gorsky
.......................... 14
Cheryl Gorsky
.......................... 14
Mark Gorsky
.......................... 14
Susan Gorsky
........................ 13
Ronald Chenoweth Gorsky
.......................... 14
Carolyn Gorsky
.......................... 14
Catherine Gorsky
...................... 12
John Benjamin Chenoweth III b: October 13, 1908 in New Jersey d: September 25, 1989 in New Jersey
...................... 12
William E. Chenoweth b: January 20, 1912 in New Jersey d: July 15, 1985 in New Jersey
........................ 13
William Chenoweth
........................ 13
Jane Chenoweth
........................ 13
Mary Chenoweth
...................... 12
Eleanor Carolyn Chenoweth b: 1915 in New Jersey d: August 04, 1969
...................... 12
Robert J. Chenoweth
......................
+Roberta ?
.................... 11
George W. Chenoweth b: February 1879 in New Jersey d: Unknown
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+Anna ? b: 1887 in New Jersey d: Unknown
...................... 12
Loretta Chenoweth
...................... 12
George Chenoweth b: September 04, 1910 in New Jersey d: November 15, 1976 in New Jersey
...................... 12
Thomas Chenoweth b: April 26, 1913 in New Jersey d: March 15, 1973 in New Jersey
...................... 12
Anna Chenoweth
.................... 11
Sarah L. "Sadie" Chenoweth b: December 1882 in New Jersey d: Unknown
.................... 11
James Leo Chenoweth b: September 09, 1885 in New Jersey d: December 01, 1965
....................
+Catherine E. ? b: October 07, 1888 in New Jersey d: December 15, 1976 in New Jersey
...................... 12
Bernard F. Chenoweth b: May 18, 1914 in New Jersey d: April 15, 1974 in Florida
......................
+Lorraine Knapp b: July 14, 1913 d: May 01, 1984
........................ 13
Lawrence Chenoweth
........................ 13
Bernard F. Chenoweth
.................. 10
Hester Ann Chenoweth b: May 23, 1855 in New York d: Unknown Comment: married name Earl
..................
+Joseph Egbert d: Unknown
.................. 10
Caroline Mitchell 'Carrie' Chenoweth b: October 06, 1857 in New York d: Unknown
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+F. Alonzo Egbert b: Abt. 1856 in Newark, NJ d: Unknown
.................... 11
Frank Egbert b: Abt. 1887 in Newark, NJ d: Unknown
.................... 11
Harry Egbert b: 1880 in Newark, NJ d: Unknown
.................... 11
Joseph Egbert d: Unknown
.................... 11
William Egbert d: Unknown
.................... 11
Sarah May Egbert d: June 13, 1959
.................... 11
Mary Egbert d: 1909
.................. 10
William Clawson Chenoweth b: April 17, 1868 d: 1899
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+Elizabeth VanHouten b: January 02, 1869 in New Jersey d: May 1947
.................... 11
Leontine Chenoweth d: Unknown
....................
+Joseph Paff d: Unknown
.................... 11
Florence Elaine Chenoweth b: June 08, 1891 in New Jersey d: December 05, 1936
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+Frank Matts d: Unknown
...................... 12
Francis L. Matts
......................
+Josephine Connell
........................ 13
Florence Marie Matts
........................ 13
John Francis Matts
........................ 13
Francis Joseph Matts
...................... 12
Joseph Matts b: April 12, 1915 d: April 26, 1956
......................
+Helen ?
...................... *2nd Wife of Joseph Matts:
......................
+Agnes ?
........................ 13
Sandra Matts
........................
+? Potts
.......................... 14
? Potts
...................... 12
Robert V. Matts
......................
+Lois Taylor
........................ 13
William Francis Matts
........................ 13
Elaine Maria Matts
........................ 13
Thomas Joseph Matts
.................... 11
Alice Iona Chenoweth b: November 07, 1892 in New Jersey d: October 05, 1978
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+Walter A. Benton d: Unknown
...................... 12
June Iona Benton
...................... 12
Lois Irene Benton b: March 23, 1923 in Illinois d: January 30, 1993 in New Jersey
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+Robert F. Brunner
.................... 11
Elizabeth May "Bessie" Chenoweth b: July 20, 1894 in New Jersey d: Unknown
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+Nelson Pruden d: May 24, 1933
...................... 12
John E. Pruden b: October 12, 1921 d: May 18, 1958
......................
+Helen Rea d: May 23, 1964
........................ 13
John K. Pruden
........................ 13
Robert J. Pruden
.................... *2nd Husband of Elizabeth May "Bessie" Chenoweth:
....................
+George Cain
.................... 11
James Harvey Chenoweth b: November 12, 1895 in New Jersey d: May 19, 1950
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+Louise Martina Simpson b: January 13, 1900 d: May 01, 1989
...................... 12
Christian Wallace Chenoweth
......................
+Olive Mereshi
........................ 13
James Arthur Chenoweth
........................ 13
Anthony John Chenoweth
...................... *2nd Wife of Christian Wallace Chenoweth:
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+Goldie Bodogianis
........................ 13
Frank Cleame Chenoweth
........................ 13
John Chenoweth
........................ 13
Delzell Chenoweth
...................... 12
James Harvey Chenoweth, Jr
......................
+Denise Glassett
........................ 13
Paula Chenoweth
........................ 13
Geoffrey Chenoweth
...................... 12
William Frank Chenoweth b: July 29, 1924 in China d: March 15, 1983 in New Jersey
......................
+Nancy Ann Higgins
.................... 11
Frank Larkin Chenoweth b: November 24, 1897 in Newark, New Jersey d: March 21, 1968 in Bay Pines VA Center, St Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida Military: US Army, Burial: Unknown Memory Gardens, Kissimmee, Florida
....................
+Mildred Francis Frederick b: June 14, 1898 in Newark, New Jersey d: June 13, 1981 in St Cloud, Osceola County, Florida Burial: Unknown Memory Gardens, Kissimmee, Florida
...................... 12
Harold Richard Chenoweth b: May 07, 1921 in Newark, Orange Co., NJ d: March 28, 1991 in Knoxville, Knox Co., TN Military: World War II, Burial: Unknown Mt Peace Cemetery, St Cloud,Osceola Co., FL
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+Dorothy Elliott b: November 12, 1914 in 275 Branch Avenue, Red Bank, Monmouth Co., NJ d: January 11, 1999 in Pigeon Forge, Sevier Co., TN Burial: January 18, 1999 Mt Peace Cemetery, St Cloud, Osceola Co., FL
........................ 13
Peter Clinton Chenoweth
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+Janet Lee Hearndon
.......................... 14
Christopher Allen Chenoweth
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+Kara Lynn West
............................ 15
Austin David Chenoweth
.......................... 14
Michael Harold Chenoweth
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+Nicole Janine "Nikki" Purvis
........................ 13
Richard Elliott Chenoweth
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+Sandra Elaine Bell
.......................... 14
Jenny Rachel Chenoweth
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+Jason "Jay" Connatser
............................ 15
Joslin Taylor Connatser
............................ 15
Jarrett Cage Connatser
.......................... 14
Penny Denise Chenoweth
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+Keith Dixson
............................ 15
Heavenly Faith Dixson
............................ 15
Desteny Day Dixson
............................ 15
Noah Austin Dixson
.......................... 14
Wendy Michelle Chenoweth
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+Travis Johnson
............................ 15
Samuel Jeremiah Johnson
............................ 15
Abigail Elaine Johnson
.......................... 14
Kenneth Elliott Chenoweth
.................. 10
Martha May Chenoweth b: May 09, 1873 d: Unknown
..................
+Frank Larkin d: Unknown
.................... 11
Jessie May Larkin
.................... 11
Mildred Chenoweth Larkin
.................... 11
Elizabeth Chesbro Larkin
................ 9
Elizabeth Chenoweth b: October 22, 1833 d: September 04, 1857
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+Thomas W. Stott d: Unknown
................ 9
Phoebe Ann Chenoweth b: 1837 d: 1887
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+Benjamin Russell d: Unknown
.................. 10
Harriett Russell d: Unknown
.................. 10
Phoebe Russell d: Unknown
.................. 10
George Russell d: Unknown
.................. 10
Laura Russell d: Unknown
.................. 10
Charles Russell d: Unknown
................ 9
Alice Chenoweth b: 1838 d: Unknown
................ 9
Edward Chenoweth b: May 21, 1841 in New York d: 1924
................
+Judeth H. Robertson b: November 1842 in England d: Unknown
.................. 10
Robert H. Chenoweth b: February 1880 in Ohio d: Unknown
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+Emma ? b: 1876 in Kansas d: Unknown
.................. 10
May Edith Chenoweth b: August 1884 in Kansas d: Unknown
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+? Jones d: Unknown
................ 9
Ephriam Chenoweth b: May 07, 1844 in New York d: August 26, 1917
................
+N. Whitlock d: 1878
.................. 10
Joseph M. Chenoweth b: March 31, 1876 in New Jersey d: Bef. April 19, 1915
................ *2nd Wife of Ephriam Chenoweth:
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+Jennie L. Burtchsell d: December 1884 in New Jersey
.................. 10
Jennie B. Chenoweth b: July 20, 1883 in New Jersey d: Unknown
..................
+? Seal d: Unknown
................ *3rd Wife of Ephriam Chenoweth:
................
+Anna M. Clark b: May 1866 in New York d: June 1900 in New Jersey
.................. 10
Arthur E. Chenoweth b: November 18, 1888 in New Jersey d: Unknown
................ *4th Wife of Ephriam Chenoweth:
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+Jennie Reed d: Unknown
................ 9
Laurentia Chenoweth b: January 01, 1848 d: 1926
................
+John Quin d: Unknown
.................. 10
Charles Quin [1] b: February 19, 1877 d: Unknown
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+Laura Chenoweth [2] b: December 04, 1881 in Kansas d: Unknown Father: John E. Chenoweth Mother: Mary Ann Janes
.................... 11
Helen Quin [3] b: March 26, 1910 d: October 1930
.................... 11
Mary Elodie Quin [4]
....................
+A.C. Simmons [5]
...................... 12
L. Mary Alwyn Simmons [6]
...................... 12
June Simmons [7]
.................. 10
John Quin b: February 03, 1879 d: Unknown
..................
+Muriel Ann Tarbell
.................... 11
Helen Ann Quin
................ *2nd Husband of Laurentia Chenoweth:
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+H.F. Huss d: Unknown
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Elizabeth Chenoweth b: September 18, 1806 d: May 06, 1882
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+? Moxon d: Unknown
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Laurentia Chenoweth b: August 18, 1809 d: July 11, 1877
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+? Burns d: Unknown
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Edward William Chenoweth b: January 28, 1812 d: April 29, 1850 in Australia
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John Chenoweth b: August 20, 1768 d: September 02, 1769
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Martha Chenoweth b: July 13, 1769 d: 1769
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Mary Chenoweth b: July 13, 1769 d: 1769
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William Chenoweth b: April 23, 1771 d: Abt. 1825 in lost at sea
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Elizabeth Chenoweth b: August 01, 1773 d: December 25, 1792
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John Chenoweth b: February 03, 1776 d: 1852
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Patience Chenoweth b: July 30, 1779 d: March 17, 1829

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