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Surname: ALEXANDER One of the many Cecil Co. ALEXANDER families. This family line goes from early MD history to present day, with focus on the ALEXANDER families in the 5th district (Elk Neck, NE) connected to James b.1818 other surnames: (1818-1920) Wyre, Burnite-Vernon, Mckinney, Reynolds, Connard/Connors, Howell, Boyan, Cochran, Luke, Dale, Owens, Brown and Meekins.
Time Period: bef. 1818- 2003
Submitter: Veronica Weddington-Wyre
Email: wyrehill{at}charm.net


Surname: ALLEN Reuben Allen born about 1830 in Maryland. Believed to be related to Quakers in some way. Married Catharine Coleman about 1855-1857. somewhere in MD. Baltimore, Montgomery, or Cecil Counties
Time Period: 1830-1860
Submitter: Tom Allen
Email: shaggy1224{at}aol.com


Surname: ASHE or ESCH Nicholas Ash m Catherine cir 1786, wrote will 1790 and died 1810 Cecil Co., MD. Children followed.
Time Period: 1750-1900
URL: Website Link
Submitter: Glenda S Strayer
Email: oolong{at}dragonbbs.com


Surname: ARCHIBALD David born 1765 died in 1826 buried in West Nottingham Cemetery. Son John Harold Archibald born 1812 (d 1901) married Sarah Jane Gwinn 1854, (d 1913) both buried in Hopewell Methodist Church. Son of John & Sarah Robert James Archibald born 1863 (d 1920) married Lila Charsha born 1883 (d 1931) also both buried at Hopewell Methodiist Church.
Time Period: 1790 to 1950
Submitter: George Archibald
Email: garchiba{at}us.ibm.com


Surname: BARTLETT Joseph & Lucretia? Bartlett,James & Elizabeth Atkinson Bartlett,Lucretia Bartlett and henry Bartlett children of James M Bartlett,Bethel Cemetery.
Time Period: 1790--1840
Submitter: Elizabethlcox
Email: elizabethlcox{at}comcast.net


Surname: BARTON Thomas Kimber in Bucks Co., PA, will is listed as "of Sassafrass Neck, Md." Will also mentions nephews Joseph and Thomas Barton (brothers married Elizabeth and Mary Kimber, daughters of John Kimber). Joseph and Thomas Barton believed to be born in MD.
Time Period: 1734-1735
Submitter: Sharon Hamilton
Email: sharkay{at}cccexpress.com


Surname: BERRIKER Jacob Berriker was my great great grandfathet. He first lived in Philadelphia, PA in 1828 and later moved to Maryland. (We know from an old letter, addressed to Jacob at Brick Meeting House, East Nottingham, Cecil County, Maryland, that he lived there in October 1837.) Jacob worked for James Trimble who owned a farm called Rose Bank. Trimble also established the Rosebank Cemetery. Jacob worked as a caretaker at the farm; later moved into the caretaker house for the cemetery and worked there until he died in 1872. He and his wife Hester are buried in the Zion United Methodist Cemetery. His son John helped lay the cornerstone for the Rosebank ME church in 1891.
Time Period: 1837 - 1872
Submitter: Connie VanValkenburg
Email: cvanval1{at}nycap.rr.com


Surname: BORLAND Descendants of Abraham BORLAND and Mary McCLENNAHAN/MCCLENACHAN (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pda/wc01/wc01_224.htm), with particular focus on their son John BORLAND (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pda/wc01/wc01_243.htm) and his descendants
Time Period: ca 1807 - early 1900's
URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pda/
Submitter: Doug Arbuckle
Email: dougarbuckle{at}cox.net


Surname: BRALLY, BRALLEY, BRAWLEY, BRALEY The Bralley family were supposedly from Ireland - Cork, to be exact. The surname is found in Cecil County and Chester County records from about 1752 or so. I believe they lived at Mount Pleasant, Cecil County, MD, near the Porter's, Husbands, Gillespies, Fultons, Gay/Guy's, Ewings, Loves, etc. Would like to exchange info with anyone researching this period and place.
Time Period: 1750-1760
Submitter: Edgar M. Bralley
Email: embralley{at}bellsouth.net


William B. Brashier Sr. died 1708 at age 34 left orphans; 3 of them fostered. Thomas Brazier stayed intil 1753 then moved to NC.
Time Period: 1650-1750
Submitter: Karen Burdett
Email: Smur512{at}yahoo.com


Surname: BREVARDS Brevards, from France, married McKnitts and Alexanders.
Time Period: mid 1700s
Submitter: P S Warth
Email: cusurfun{at}aol.com


Surname: BURNS Francis T. (abt. 1842 - 1923) and Anna M. (1858-1911) BURNS lived in Elkton.  Francis served in the Civil War, 6th MD, Co. K, as a Private.  Children: Andrew M., Mary A., Thomas F., Katie C., James A., Dennis, John Lewis, and Joseph H.
Time Period: Mid-1800's - Early 1900's
URL: Eckman Family Website
Submitter: Cyndie Enfinger
Email: cyndiee{at}tampabay.rr.com


Surname: CAMPBELL Andrew Campbell Esq.daughter named Sussanah or Susan
Time Period: 1840s
Submitter: Susan EWING Wolfe
Email: ranchlady {at} hughes.net


Surname: CARSON Walter Carson b. ca 1700, probably Ireland; md. Agnes (maiden name unk.) ca 1724; Walter d. ca 1775 in Cecil Co. Grandson Capt. Walter Carson served in PA militia in Revolution.
Time Period: ca. 1750 - 1775
Submitter: Penny Stanley
Email: hoosierlady26{at}comcast.net


Surname: CHILDS Childs family of Cecil and Baltimore Counties, Maryland.
Time Period: 1665-1800
Submitter: Karen Childs
Email: dnk{at}mail.escapees.com


Surname: CLEMENTSON (CLEMENTS) Andrew Clementson (Clements), (son of Clement Joransson-arrived New Sweden 1641), served on an inquest jury 27 Apr 1677, witnessed the will of Humphrey Nichols of Cecil Co on 03 Feb 1685, appraised teh estate of Humphrey Nichols 30 Jul 1687. Will of Andrew Clements was proved 11 Oct 1687. His home was known as "Clemerson," a 400 acre tract near the mouth of the Elk River, on the south side, surveyed 29 Jul 1662.
Time Period: 1677
Submitter: Louise Powell Dobbs
Email: ldobbs117{at}earthlink.net


Surname: CLOWARD The Cloward surname is unique in the United States, particularly in the early 1800s. This has made it simple for us to place the first Clowards in the United States to be in Cecil County (earliest record shows 1766). The first recorded Cloward is William Cloward, Sr.
Time Period: 1760s to at least 1820
URL: Cloward Organization
Submitter: Chad G. Nichols
Email: chad{at}nicholsfam.org


Surname: COALE Quaker family with deep roots in Maryland
Time Period: 1775-1850
Submitter: Bill Hilles
Email: hilleww{at}bellsouth.net


Surname: COCHRAN 4 Scottish COCHRAN brothers immigrated to Cecil Co., Md. from N. Ire. 1740's:
1)John mar. Elizabeth OGLESBY, d. by 1757, Peter BAYARD , admin.
2) Moses mar. Elizabeth's sister Mary OGLESBY d. 1768-Cecil Co., children: James, John, Robert, Eliza and Margaret. Widow Mary mar. 2) Richard REYNOLDS.
3) Joseph d. 1770 Bohemia Manor 100, Cecil Co. Children: Joseph Jr. (admin.) and daughter (Amelia ?), wife of William HUKILL.
4) James d. 1782-New Castle Co., Del.; children: Moses, John, Joseph (deceased in 1782), Elizabeth, Mary and Rebecca.
Time Period: c. 1740-1800
Submitter: Steve Dennehy
Email: svjd{at}yahoo.com


Surname: COLVILLE Margaret Colville (1685 – 1745)
Time Period: 1685 – 1745
Submitter: Lee Scott
Email: lee-gay {at} bresnan.net


Surname: CROTHER grandfather born in cecil co. have distant cousins there
Time Period: 1600 on
Submitter: vslade
Email: vslade{at}webtv.net


Surname: CROW Charles Crow m Jellian (of Bohemia Manor, Sassafras Parish, Cecil Co.),and the history and DNA study of their descendants
Time Period: 1697-1739
URL: Crow Family Website
Submitter: Margaret Scarpelli
Email: m_scarpelli{at}yahoo.com


Surname: CRUIKSHANK John Cruikshank, spelled Crookshanks until about 1880, arrived in Charlestown about 1770. His son John migrated through Elkton arriving in the Cecilton area 1801. Researching all connected families including but not limited to: Chandler, Ward, Morgan, Walke, and Woodall.
Time Period: 1770-Present
Submitter: Neal Cruikshank
Email: wnc45{at}verizon.net


Surname: DAVIDSON/DAVISON Samuel born c1707 m. Martha. Children: John, Elizabeth, Moses & Jean. Family tracked in Cecil Co., MD and into Lancaster Co., PA where he dies in 1753.
Time Period: 1600's - 1700's
Submitter: Sandy
Email: sandymento{at}comcast.net


Surname: DOBSON Richard Dobson 1695-1748, wife Abigail Hollingsworth 1704-1748, son Adam Dobson 1730-1802, Grandson George 1766-1828
Time Period: 1700's
Submitter: Kim Myers
Email: genealogykim{at}hotmail.com


Surname: DRUMMOND Lulu Drummond, born Northeast Md 1888, daughter of John Drummond
Time Period: 1888
Submitter: June McShane
Email: jollyheart123{at}aol.com


Surname: DUFF, THATCHER, MONTGOMERY Duff and related families moved from MD ca.1760 going to Rowan/Guilford Co. NC. possibly with Presbyterian group that formed the Buffalo Presby. Church in Greenville, Guilford Co. NC. area. First found in 1768 Tax List.
Time Period: 1746-1770
Submitter: Bonnie Duff-Smith
Email: aduffsmith{at}aol.com


Surname: ELSBERRY Elsberry, Godfriet Frederick Walbach
Time Period:
Email: Sarakmorg{at}aol.com


Time Period: Pre-1845
Submitter: Bertie Short


Surname: ENGLAND We go WAY back..Mainly looking for wives maiden names. Ada R. marr. to Will B.England. Info. on Elizabeth Larrison marr. to Seth England. ANY info. regrd. the CAZIER and YUKER family.
Time Period: 1762 to 1858
Submitter: Sharon A. England-Knotts


Surname: EVANS William Percy Evans, son of Thomas Evan Evans of Cheaspeake City. Raised his family in Fairhill and Providence MD
Time Period: From 1850
Submitter: Herman Bradford Wilmer
Email: buddwilmer{at}aol.com


Surname: EWING Looking for information on William P Ewing b. 2/14/1/822 d. 7/8/1903 his wife Margaret Elizabeth Brickly b. 4/23/1821 d. 12/8/1856 and daughter Cora E. Ewing b.2/9/1850 d. 1/4/1912; all buried in West Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cecil County, Maryland
Time Period: 1800 - 1905
Submitter: Thomas F. Ewing
Email: tewing1{at}maine.rr.com


Surname: FERGUSON John Ferguson born 1795 in Maryland married Ann (surname unknown). Last census I found him on was 1860 Cecil Co, Md. His children on the 1850 Census were Wesley, Mary E., John W., and Theodore. I know from the 1840 Census he had 2 older daughters that weren't on the 1850 Cecil Co Census. I checked the 1783 tax records and cannot find any Ferguson's (any spelling), but I do find Ferguson's on the 1790 Census. I know that John may have a brother/cousin named James that lived in the same area as he did. Any help with John's parents, and when John and Ann died/where buried, and if James IS a brother - would be greatly appreciated. 
Time Period: 1780's to 1870's
Submitter: Paulene Leaidicker
Email: panda123{at}vci.net or pandapuddles{at}yahoo.com


Surname: FERRY Henry Hooper Ferry: "Harry Ferry" married to "Maggie" McKeernan at Cherry HIll M.E. Parsonage Jan 5, 1887 by Rev. C.A. Hill
Time Period: 1855? - 1931?
Submitter: Margaret Seymour
Email: mann{at}conknet.com


Surname: GEORGE Stephen George, who married Mary Simpers, whose son was Stephen Hamilton George. Possible plantations connected with family: Hopewell and Little Hope.
Time Period: abt 1787
Submitter: Marguerite Wiegand
Email: chulamag{at}rochester.rr.com


Surname: GILES Thomas Giles first shows up at North East Forge October 1771.@1773 married Ann Goodwin.Served 7 years as Elkton Constable and Town Cryer.Father of Amelia(Giles)Harding of Elkton, wife of Philip Harding
Time Period: about 1771 through January 1812
Submitter: Alexander Giles
Email: lex-eve{at}xtra.co.nz


Surname: GLENN Known relative is GrGF's brother, Abner GLENN (b 1858), m. to Emeline BLACKBURN, son Fred (b.1877)near Brick Mtg. Was Blacksmith.
Time Period: 1880, probably off and on since 1850
Submitter: JoAnn Glenn-Lewin
Email: jglennlewin{at}hotmail.com


Surname: GOLIBERT Looking for info on JOSEPH GOLIBART who married Mary Ann Fitz Randolph circa 1831 and fathered 13 children...i am descendent from JEROME GOLIBART
Time Period: MID 1800'S
Submitter: Pilar Burton
Email: spburton{at}mchsi.com


Surname: GORDON Samuel Gordon in Rev. War Pension application says he was b. on the Susquennah River (I was told by a Marylander to look in Cecil Co. which is what I'm doing). The family later moved to NC & to SC which is where he lived when he joined the militia c. 1778. I'm looking for birth info, parents, etc. Would appreciate any help, esp. research suggestions, unless of course you are a Gordon cousin and can just give me all the info I want!
Time Period: c. 1762 - c. 1767
Submitter: Valorie R. Lee
Email: vlee59{at}comcast.net


Surname: GORRELL I have an Abraham and Thomas Gorrell. I believe they lived in Havre De Grace in Cecil Co. Abraham married Isabella Kelly and Thomas Married Hannah Crawford.
Time Period: 1750-early 1800
Submitter: Gloria J. Martinson
Email: globejm{at}megavision.com


Surname: GRAHAM Deed, December 15, 1768: James Graham of Cecil County, Maryland, carpenter and wife Catherine, to James Law of Chester County, schoolmaster for #312:14, 186 acres on Elk Creek, which William Graham, by will, November 25, 1743, devised to his son James, party hereto. James was born ca 1737 in Chester County, PA to William and Ann Adams/McAdams Graham, from whom he had inherited the land sold above. He had sisters: Catherine, Agnes, Frances, and Ann, and a younger brother, John; most of whom may have remained in PA.
Time Period: December 15, 1768
Submitter: John B. Fox
Email: bebenjohn{at}aol.com


Surname: GRIER Elizabeth Grier married Fergus Clements in 1778; emigrated to Pennsylvania, then to Ohio in early 1790's. Seeking parents and siblings of Elizabeth Grier.
Time Period: 1778
Submitter: C. Jo Sehl
Email: legfm{at}gbta.net


Surname: HINDMAN, PATTEN Sarah Patten married John Hindman 26 April 1792 in Faggs Manor Presbyterian Church. Sarah Patten was the sister of William Patten. Sarah Patten Hindman and John Hindman along with Sarah's brother, William Patten, and his wife drove a six horse wagon to Pennsylvania. They settled on farms in Washington County, Pennsylvania where they spent the rest of their days. John Hindman was born near Port Deposit, Cecil County, Maryland in 1769. His father was Samuel Hindman. Samuel Hindman was married twice and had three children. The names of Samuel's wives and other two children are not known. William Patten's wife may have been Martha.
Time Period: 1769 to mid 1790's
Submitter: Marion Lynne Hindman-Holcomb
Email: marondy{at}wowway.com


Surname: HOLLAND Holland and Mullins show marriage in King George Co. Hollands show up in Bohemia Manor in late 1600s on.
Time Period: Late 1600s on
Submitter: Madeline Van Hoose
Email: mvanhoose{at}aol.com


Surname: HOOPER Isaac Hooper, born 1754 married Nancy Jane Crage from Ireland in 1779. Children: Nancy 1782, Isaac 1783, Rebecca 1780, Arminta 1786, Sarah 1789, William 1793, Elizabeth 1791. Isaac was in the Revolution War when he lived in Bohemia Manor Hundreds, in Cecil Co., Maryland. They lived out their lives in Belmont Co., Ohio.
Time Period: 1754 to 1800
Submitter: Beverly Conner
Email: bandbcon{at}yahoo.com


Surname: HUDSON John Hudson (b. ca 1814, Delaware) m. Julia Ann Cain. By 1860 the family had settled in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, MD. They had the following children: William James Hudson (1841-1912); John W. Hudson (1847-1915); Amanda Frances Hudson (1850-1904); Margaret Hudson (1853-?); Joshua Hudson (1855-1937); Benjamin Hudson (1857-1889); Renne Hudson (1859-?); Anna Hudson (1862-?). Amanda Frances Hudson married Isaac Harrison Whaley of Chesapeake City, Cecil County, in 1867.
Time Period: 1860-1900
Submitter: Susan Deeks
Email: smaier{at}warwick.net


Surname: HUGGINS James Huggins m. Elizabeth Brevard in 1743, died before 1747. Thomas Huggins lived at Elkton in the late 1700s. Other forenames might include Samuel.
Time Period: c1740 to c1900
Submitter: Alison Causton 
Email: acauston{at}ns.sympatico.ca


Surname: HUKILL Desc. of Daniel HUKILL Jr. (1674-c.1731) and wife Elizabeth (GILDER/GUILDER) especially thru son Henry (1704-1756) and wife Eleanor (BUTCHER), especially thru their son William (c. 1752-1831) of Bohemia Manor 100, Cecil Co. and Pencador, New Castle Co., Del. and wife (Amelia ?) COCHRAN d/o Joseph COCHRAN (d. 1770)of Bohemia Manor, especially through their son Joseph Cochran HUKILL who mar. ____ HUKILL (2nd. cousin) c. 1803 and went to Brooke Co., WV. c. 1807. Wife's father was Jeremiah HUKILL (1746-1804) of Back Creek 100, Cecil Co. and St. Georges, New Castle Co., Del.
Time Period: 1699-1810
Submitter: Steve Dennehy
Email: svjd@yahoo.com


Surname: HUNTER Johanna Sophia (Dixon) Wise Hunter - resided in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, MD from at least 1840 until her death in 1875. In 1860, she was enumerated with Virginia-born, 65 year old Ann Cropper. In the 1850 US Census, she was 60 years of age. Born in Germany, Johanna married, in Baltimore, 1st in 1808 a John Mitchell Wise, who subsequently died in Florida sometime around 1821. She married, 2nd, about 1822, a 33 year old military man, William Hunter. They resided for a time in Delaware City, before moving to Chesapeake city in 1840. Children from her first marriage: James, John and Betsey Wise. Children with William Hunter: William Jr, Alexander and Isabella. Isabella married, in Chesapeake City, 1881, Tilson Credle, and remained in the home until the 1910 US Census.
Time Period: 1840-1875
Submitter: Susie
Email: suesmews{at}clear.net


Surname: HUSFELT german heritage, were farmers, a lot in this area
Time Period: 1830 till present
Submitter: Ben Husfelt
Email: JHUSFELT{at}nycap.rr.com


Surname: IRWIN James Irwin names a daughter, Rose, in his will in Volume 8. She married Francis Maybury/Mayberry. Did Rose leave a will also?
Time Period: December 31, 1741 in Cecil County, MD.
Submitter: Betty VanLeer
Email: Bvl54{at}aol.com


Surname: JACKSON Lived in Northeat and Elk Mills area.
Time Period: 1850-1968
Submitter: Deborah Avampato
Email: davam14483{at}aol.com


Surname: JENNINGS Isaac Jennings b. 1766 m. Elizabeth Campbell 1788. Isaac's parents: Isaac Jennings and Sarah Dick. Seeking any proof of their existence.
Time Period: 1750-1800
Submitter: Mary Harris
Email: mharris1420{at}yahoo.com


Surname: JOB / JOBE Searching for Archibald Job and his sons, particularly the birth of Jacob, about 1763. AJ outlived all his sons except Daniel. AJ was in MD legislature in late 1700s; died about 1812 per will.
Time Period: 1700 - 1850
URL:  Reisfield Family Site
Submitter: eorthun
Email: eorthun{at}verizon.net


Surname: JOHNSON Simon JOHNSON md Dec 10 1795 Sarah SHORT, by Rev William DUKE at the St. Ann;s Episcapal Church in North East. (town name), s/ Elisha b 1796 MD md ELizabeth KENNEDY, 1st s/ William S. bn 1822 PA, 2cd s/Johns T. b 1825 PA 3rd s/ Joseph T,b 1827 Monongalia Co WV
Time Period: 1795
Submitter: Dallas Johnaon
Email: dajjhjksj{at}verizon.net


Surname: JULIAN Peter & Isaac Julian
Time Period: 1716
Submitter: Mary Ann Bumgarner
Email: maneal13{at}earthlink.net


Surname: KENDRICK William G. Kendrick was born in Cecil County Aug 26, 1815.
Time Period: 1815
Submitter: Denise Kendrick
Email: dkendrick15{at}comcast.net


Surname: KIMBER Thomas Kimber in Bucks Co., PA, will is listed as "of Sassafrass Neck, Md." Will also mentions brothers, John and James Kimber.
Time Period: 1734-1735
Submitter: Sharon Hamilton
Email: sharkay{at}cccexpress.com


Surname: KIRK I am trying to get past Levi Kirk, born January 19,1801, I believe somewhere in Maryland. His parents are eluding me to this point. Levi married Elizabeth Gray, born in Delaware, in 1829. They were married by a Rev. Barrett. This information is documented. The 1850 census has him living in North East. His name is listed as "William" but we know this is Levi since the ages and names of the children living with them at the time are all correct. In addition, his daughter, Sarah, who married John Roberts, is listed just above him in the census; though her age is incorrect. Levi eventually wound up in Chesapeake City, where he was the bridge tender. His son, John Wesley Kirk, and his grandson (John's son) Howard Wilbur Kirk, were pilots on the C and D Canal. Howard, my grandfather, moved to Philadelphia and, in 1901, to Delanco, New Jersey. Levi is buried, along with his wife Elizabeth, in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City. His tombstone is inscribed, Captain Levi Kirk. However, it is a family tradition for some to use their middle names instead of their first. I had two uncles and two aunts who did just that. Thus, it may be possible that Levi may have been christened, "William Levi". I would sure like to solve the puzzle of his parents.
Time Period: 1800's
URL: Kirk Line Website
Submitter: Jim Kirk
Email: promus1899{at}verizon.net


Surname: KIRKPATRICK Abraham Kirkpatrick, son of Kirkpatrick and Alice Tidball, born 1748 or 1749 in Cecil County (or Scotland).
Time Period: Abraham Kirkpatrick, born in Cecil County, MD 1748 or '49.
Submitter: Sharon Stout
Email: Sharon.Stout{at}gmail.com


Surname: KNOCK / ROLPH Knock line starts with Henory (Henry) & Susannah, married circa 1702. Rolph's married into line 1888.
Time Period: early 1700s on
Submitter: P. Klink
Email: pklink1{at}midsouth.rr.com



Henry Lancaster, Bef 1657 d 1717 2nd wife widow Anne Satchell Kent co and Cecil
1.       Benjamin Lancaster B, bef 1684, D 1750,  Married Magdalene Sinclair Daughter to William Sinclair & Unknown English Daughter of John
2.       George Lancaster
3.       Phillip Lancaster 1740 Census Cecil co, militia foot company
4.       Eleanor Lancaster
5.       Catherine Lancaster
6.       William Lancaster

Captain Samuel Sinclair Lancaster of Bohemia Manor, Cecil County son Of Benjamin Lancaster and Magdalene Sinclair B Abt 1740- D Abt 1810 married  three times first Unknown Als ( Awl) do James  2nd Rebecca ford, 3rd Mary hukin ( hukill) 1807
1.       Unknown male
2.       Benjamin Abraham Lancaster B abt 1783 Bohemia Manor, Cecil County D abt 1840 Washington county, Md
3.       John Lancaster B abt 1789
4.       William Lancaster
5.       Elizabeth Lancaster Daughter of Rebecca Ford Lancaster
6.       Unknown Female
7.       Unknown Female
Now Eather the son of samuel Sinclair or of his son Abraham  born abt 1800-1810 married a Harriet ? and lived in Washington county,md
Williamsport they had my 2nd great grandfather St Clair Lancaster b 1833,Md,  d 1924, Ohio he fought in the civil war with his brother’s
Jacob, Benjamin Franklin.
And Captain samuel Sinclair fought the Revolutionary war 1776-1779

Time Period: 1600's-1800's
Submitter: Don Lancaster
Email: tracker_don{at}centurytel.net


Surname: LEIPER Andrew Leiper b. 1701, d. 1771, buried West Nottingham Cemetery. Children: Isabella Leiper Maxwell, Margaret Leiper Porter, Mary Leiper Ramsey, and James Leiper. Probably descendant of Gavin Leiper who was shown as living as early as 1726 in Cecil Co. in book "An Historical Sketch of the Lower West Nottingham Presbyterian Church".
Time Period: 1700's
Submitter: Patricia Morrison
Email: Williamnmorrison{at}yahoo.com


Surname: LESLEY Deborah Leslie daughter of John Leslie m.Thomas Taylor. Original Leslie family from Scotland
Time Period: Early 1800's
Submitter: Harriett Esham
Email: HMcNemar1220{at}aol.com


Surname: LEWIS Jonathan Lewis, born in Delaware. Was 64 on 1870 Cecil census. Known children Joseph J., Mary or Margaret, and Winfield Scott Lewis
Time Period: mid 1800's
Submitter: Jpan Varner Jones
Email: jvj1608{at}aol.com


Surname: LEWIS Ebenezer S. & Elsy Van Duyn Lewis moved from Somerset Co., NJ to Cecil Co., MD. The had ch.: ANNA, WM., ELIZABETH, RICHARD,& DAVID. DAVID LEWIS m. SABINA P. HARRIS, 5 June 1866, Cecil Co., MD.
Time Period: c.1840's on
Submitter: Lewis Hobgood Averett
Email: osson97{at}aol.com


Surname: LOWARY/LOWERY/LOWRY James LOWRY that married a Mary VEZEY and might be son of Robert LOWRY, and brother Elijah. James (if he is mine) moved to Coshocton Co., OH and Elijah to Guernsey Co., OH.
Time Period: 1750-1820
URL: http://www.lowary.org
Submitter: Jim LowAry
Email: jlowary{at}coin.org


Surname: LYON Captain James Lyon (believed related to Judge Andrew Lyon) married Maria Taylor (daughter of Capt. Thomas and Ann White Taylor)1 Apr. 1834. Two children survived: William T. and Ann E.
Time Period: 1801-1845
Submitter: Claire Abbott
Email: sand.dune71{at}yahoo.com

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