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Creek Family in PA/OH

Creek Family in PA/OH

Perry Moore (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 1999 5:53AM GMT
Looking for information regarding Jacob CREEK (12/15/1813 to 2/22/1860) and his ancestors.
He was born in PA and later moved to OH (Richland Co and then Williams Co). He
married Lydia HENRY (9/1/1813 to 7/15/1892). Jacob is my great-great-great grandfather and
I have run into a roadblock going back any further. I belive his father's name was Peter.

Thanks.

jacob creek

dorothy lee (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 1999 9:28PM GMT
to perry moore. i have 2 jacob creeks in my family tree. my jacob was born in 1784? in virginia. please e-mail me his father was born in1750

Jacob Creek

Mick Roberts (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jul 1999 8:18PM GMT
Jacob Creek and his father Killion Creek are also in my family tree. Please contact me @ Mick@mickroberts.com

Jacob, Killion and Killion

Posted: 16 Aug 1999 2:34PM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2002 4:11AM GMT
These Creeks are my ancestors too, let's compare notes.

Killion Creek

Charlotte Pritchard (View posts)
Posted: 20 Aug 1999 1:04AM GMT
Killion Creek is a 6th great grandfather to me. He had a daughter Lavisa who married William "Budky" Houchin. I have not been able to go back any further than with Killion. Would like to see how far back you can go with this family. Would like to compare notes with you.

Killion of Barren Co., KY

Posted: 21 Aug 1999 3:54PM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2002 4:11AM GMT
Killion (Guillion)of Barren Co., KY is my X6th grandfather, too. I have nothing further back for him. I have his children as John, Issac, *Abraham, Jacob, Susannah, David, Killion, ?Thomas, and ?Cathrine. Do you have otherwise?
He was German, lived in Warren Co.,KY 1800-1810, and lived with Killian Jr. in Gibson Co. IN in 1820. Probably died there. I don't have his death.

I am decended from Abraham, and both his son's Jacob and Killion. Abraham and his family settled in Clay Co. MO.

My family moved on to Colorado in the late 1890's. Still trying to pin them down.

I have a few other notes but nothing with a lot of meat on it. Happy to share however.
Shar

Killion Creek

Charlotte Pritchard (View posts)
Posted: 23 Aug 1999 9:19PM GMT
This is what I have for Killion:
Killion Creek born 1750 Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Died 3-12-1845 Gibson County, Indianna, buried Oak Grove Cemetery. Married 1770 to Margaret Holloway born 1755.
I have no parents for Killion and Margaret.
Killion and Margaret's children:
CATHERINE b. 1772 d. 10-12-1851 m. 6-4-1790 to Andrew Sandusky. Husband #2 John Miller, husband #3 Bailey Basket
JOHN b. 9-13-1774 m. 12-17-1800 to Rebecca Bush
JAMES b. 1776
WILLIAM W. b. 1778 to Frances
NANCY b. 4-15-1780 d. 1868 m. 7-4-1799 to Lazarus Webb
ABRAHAM b. 1782 d. 10-14-1859 m. 12-28-1802 to Sarah Howdersheldt
JACOB J. b. 1783 m. 6-28-1799 to Jane Gage, wife #2 Jane Riggs
DAVID b. 1785 m. 7-03-1809 to Peggy McClure
ISAAC b. 1786 m. 3-18-1805 to Sarah Gorin
this is where my line continues--LAVISA b. 12-05-1788, d. 12-03-1863 m. 03-17-1804 to William "Bucky" Houchin
SUSANNAH b. 1790
THOMAS b. 1793
KILLION b. 1794 d.1852 m. 7-27-1815 to Sarah Saxton
This is it for the information I have. I would like to find past generations of the Creeks but the research seems to be going no where. Let me know anything that you may find and I will let you know of anything. If you have other information to share please e-mail me. charlotte.pritchard@mckennan.org
Posted: 5 Jan 2000 5:19PM GMT
Edited: 24 Nov 2001 4:39PM GMT
i AM A DESCENDANT OF KILLION CREEK THROUGH HIS DAUGHTER CATHERINE WHO MARRIED SECOND JOHN MILLER. CATHERINE AND JOHN'S SON ANDREW MILLER AND DELIA JOHNSON HAD LEVISA MILLER WHO MARRIED JAMES WILKERSON IN 1846 AND MY LINE GOES FROM THERE. JUST TO SAY HELLO TO A FELLOW CREEK MEMBER.

Killion Creek

Charlotte Pritchard (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jan 2000 9:02PM GMT
Hello Tammy,
Glad to hear from you. Have you done much research with the Creeks? Seems like Killion Creek is as far back as anyone goes. If you receive any further info other than what has been posted here, please notify me. Will be glad to hear back from you.

PA Creek family

Charlotte Horton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2000 6:40PM GMT
Is it possible your great-great
grandfather's name could have been spelled differently ? I
am descended from 'Crick' but have a family bible insert spelling it 'Creek'. I have information on a PETER KRICK (1781) from Berks Co. PA if you feel this is an ancestor, e-mail me.
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