The book only goes in-depth about one family. It stops at Massey, but goes on with his brother Francis and his ancestors. The only thing it really says about Massey is that he was born in 1760-1762 in Dorchester County, Maryland. He married Mary Needles of Kent County, Deleware. It doesn't say when he died, but it says his will was probated on September 19, 1818 in Fairfield County, Ohio.
Mary married Daniel Smothers on March 27, 1833 in Franklin County, Ohio.
As for Charles and Johannah, Charles was born in 1680 and died in 1725 in Queen Annes County, Maryland. They were married in January 1, 1709 in Talbot County, Maryland.
Johannah's father, Francis Neale, immigrated from England in 1661, when he was only 12. By the time he was 67 years old, he accumulated over 800 acres of land. In his will, he divided the land equally between his wife, Ann and his 8 children. Francis also owned an estate named Shadwell's Addiction and 100 acres was left to Charles and Johannah.
Though the family was Quaker, Johannah married in St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church.
Johannah was pregnant when Charles died. Soon after, she married John Russom, who was supposed to be a full-blood Cherokee Indian.
On page 157 of 1850 Indiana Census it shows Daniel Smothers at age 36, Mary at 33, Hiram at 16, Henry at 12, Levi at 6, Angeline at 3 and David between 2-12.
I got the book from Anita L. Ockert. I'm not sure if I should give her address or phone number on the message board, so please email me at DANIJACO@aol.com
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