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151 352 Source (S1017492669)
152 ?Lord Mayor of London 1559? Huett, William (P-108077131)
153 ?Lord Mayor of London 1583? Osborne, Edward (P-108077138)
154 A Colonial History of Rowan County, NC - 1917

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Submitted by: William N. Greer 
Repository (R1017492696)
155 abel 
Benjamin, Abel Rowland (P-108077052)
156 About 1945
LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 
Sheldon, Richard Hinkle (P-108077160)
157 Added by tdsheldon on 11 Feb 2009 Sheldon, Huldah R. (P-108076465)
158 Added by tdsheldon on 11 Feb 2009 Majors, Henrietta (P-108076799)
159 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.B. (I1)
160 Agnes Sheldon & Will Smith? 
Sheldon, Agnes Victoria (P-99901051)
161 Agnes Sheldon Smith Obit 
Sheldon, Agnes Victoria (P-99901051)
162 Agnes Victoria Sheldon 
Sheldon, Agnes Victoria (P-99901051)
163 Aleva Catherine died at one year Sheldon, Aleva Catherine (P-108077213)
164 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.B. (I1)
165 Also on Microfilm 874048 7 March 1972 Source (S1017492664)
166 Ancestry Document 
Sheldon, Thomas Jefferson (P-108076834)
167 Ann Stanton Tarvin, known as Nancy or Anna, was born about 1798 in Mason Co., Kentucky, the fourth child of Thomas Tarvin and Deborah Flora.
She married 1818 William M. Newman in Campbell Co., Kentucky. They had twelve children.

She died 1866 in Campbell Co., Kentucky, and is buried in plot 50 of the Tarvin-Moore Cemetery, Campbell Co., Kentucky. 
Tarvin, Ann Stanton (P-108076373)
168 Anthony Henckel's headstone 
Henckel, Anthony Jacob (P-108077074)
169 Anthony Henckel's headstone 
Dentzer, Maria Elizabeth (P-108077073)
170 Application for Account Number
Drake Route Loveland, Colo
Gordon Construction Co 1900 31st Denver, Colo
age last birthday 38 Dec 1 1898 Brokenbow Nebr
Father's name---Hyland Elmore Brim
Mother's name---Ella Jane Francis
Male white
US Employment Service Registration number 11208 
Brim, Emory Layton (I996)
171 Army Civil War Campaign Medal 
Hammontree, Franklin (P-99901072)
172 Article on 45th Wedding Anniversary 
Sheldon, Dallas James (P-99901037)
173 Asa and Rebecca Hinkle 
Hinkle, Asa Cook (P-108076729)
174 Asa and Rebecca Hinkle 
Kephart, Rebecca (P-108076730)
175 Asa Cook and Rebecca Kephart Hinkle Family 
Hinkle, Asa Cook (P-108076729)
176 Asher Tharp
PROBATE-FATHER: "Will of Asher Tharp" dated 21 Mar 1826. Muskingum, OH.

HISTORY: Hardin County Historical Society, "Hardin County Iowa" (Dallas TX,
Taylor Pub. Co., 1981) p 317.

MARRIAGE: Genealogical Society of New Jersey, "Genealogical Magazine of New
Jersey vol. 19 no.1" (By the Society, Newark, NJ, 1943), "Records of the New
Providence Presbyterian Church", p.16. FHL microfilm #0982040.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Family group sheets of Patricia Hunt of
Seattle, WA.
LAND: Harriet Stryker-Rodda, C.G., "Some Early Records of Morris
County, New Jersey 1740-1799" (New Orleans LA, Polyanthos, 1975),
"Records of Ear Marks 1740-1776 from Minute Book of Morris Township" p.3.

New Jersey Rateables:1778-1780 Kenn Stryker-Rodda
page 92 1778 30 acres, 1 horse, 3 cows, 3 pigs; 1780 37 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows, 2 pigs
A Thomes Sheldon is listed in Same reference on page 94.

MILITARY-SOURCE: Barbara Hoskins, comp., "Men From Morris County New Jersey
Who Served In The American Revolution" (Morristown, Friends of the joint
public library of Morristown..., 1979).

VETERAN: REVOLUTION- SERGEANT, Capt. Carnes's Co., Morris Co., NJ Militia,
Western Battalion. Lived in Pequannock Twp.

CENSUS-NEW_JERSEY: Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Revolutionary Census of New Jersey"
(Cottonport LA, Polyanthos, 1972) p.205. 1778-1780 Morris Co., Pequannock Twp.

CENSUS-OHIO: "The 1812 Census of Ohio:A Statewide Index of Taxpayers" (Miami
Beach FL, T.L.C. Genealogy, 1992) p.194. Muskingum Co.

Probate Packet for Asher Tharp;1826;County Clerk,
Muskingum OH. Will dated 21 Mar 1826, Probate settled 1 Nov 1826; Will book B,
p 326; Muskingum County OH County Clerk, Photocopy in poss of Chris Rumbaugh,
Salem OR.

WILL: "Will of Asher Tharp"
In the name of God Amen. I Asher Tharp of the county of Muskingum and state of Ohio, being weak in body but perfectly sound in mind and memory blessed be Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my last will and testiment in manner and form following that is say first I gave and bequeath unto my beloved wife the one half all my personal property also the one third of the profits of all my real property in the 2nd after the deaths of myself and my wife I do gave and bequeth unto my sons and daughters all my real and personal estate that is after funeral expenses and all lawful debt is paid. I also do gave and bequeth unto my grandson Asher son of Huldah Sheldon my daughter an equal part with my heirs Jacob Tharp and Joel, Asher, Josiah, Moses, Mary, Huldah, Abigail and Abraham Tharps. I also gave and bequest to Abraham Tharp my youngest son before he receives his equal part in addition to his equal share the Sum of ten dollars. I also gave all obligations which I hold against any of my heirs and doe also say that I am indebted to none of my heirs. My wish is that the division is to be made within one year after the death of me and my wife by my heirs and executors and after said year the heirs is to have the whole management of said estate by giving bond to the executors with surety for the payment of any share or part of share which they may have in keeping for any heir. I also do make and hearby appoint Welch Richey, William earch, and Asher Tharp executors of this my last will and testiments hereby revoking all former wills by me made in witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty first day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six.
[signed] Ashur Tharp (seal)
Signed sealed and published and delivered by the above Asher Tharp to be his
last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names in the presence of the testor
John Leach
Mary Richey
Eliza Leach
Filed August 1, 1826
Recorder p(?)327.
Case No. 698A.
Have photocopy of will book page 327

Asher Tharp Desceased
Court of Common Pleas July Term 1826. And now to act on the first day of August 1826 the last will and testement of Asher Tharp sen is produced on open court and filed and ordered to be recorded. And on the 2nd day of August 1826. William Search and Asher Tharp two of the executors named in the last will and testament of Asher Tharp deceased appear in open court and were duly sworn and affirmed as executors of said will. Welch Richey the other executor named therein having declined acting as such. Whereupon it is ordered by the court that letters testamentary issue to the said William Search and Asher Tharp as sole executors of said will.
thos Williams Jesse Williams Richard Reed being appointed appraisers____ Letters Testamentary issued
have copy of court recording dated Aug 1 1826
have photocopy of index to Will Book B
All above on FHL film #317300

Muskingum County Tax Duplicates 1828
Falls Twp
Tharp Asher Sen....... range 8 twp 1 Qr 3 Timber Run 137 acres
Also listed in Muskingum County First Family Roster number 148 for Asher Tharp and 149 for Mary Trembly in year 1805 Newton Township By Patricia Hunt. And the Ohio First Families (OGS)#1711
(Research):Asher bought land in Muskingum County Ohio in 1804 from Ebenezer Drake of Morris County.
Was serjeant, Western Battalion, Revolutionary War.
Pequannock Township Tax Ratables
May 1778 and (February 1780)
* on 1778 list; not on 1780
(entries on 1780 list); second set of facts in parenthesis refer to changes since 1778; unchanged items not noted (the way it is in the magazine)
Numbers without letter(s) are acres of improved land that are taxed
Herick Benjam (?)* 1
Jacob Tharp 50; 2c (2p)
Asher Tharp 30; 1h, 3c, p (37; 2h, 2c, 2p)
Tharp Dealings
Added by nyralarry on 24 Feb 2009
Originally submitted by zzshel_1 to Sheldon-Rehg Family Tree on 27 Aug 2007

Posted by Roy Sheldon Date: 09 Mar 2001

Asher Tharp is in Pequannock Twn., Morris Co., NJ Tax List in 1778 & 1780 with a Jacob Tharp. A Jacob W. Tharp is a Rockaway church subscriber in 1758. Asher's wife is Mary Trembley, and they were married in the New Providence, NJ Presbyterian Church in 1776. Asher served in the NJ militia in the Revolutionary War. A Reuben (b. 1746?, died Jul 1806) Tharp was in Hanover Twn., Morris Co. in 1783, 1785-1789 Tax Lists. (Any relation to Asher?) Asher Tharp had moved to Newton Twn., Muskingum Co., OH by 1806. Huldah Tharp (1790-1853), dau. of Asher, married Thomas Sheldon around 1811, probably in OH. A Thomas Sheldon from Roxbury in Morris Co. was on the tax list in the militia in 1793 with at least 3 Tharps from Roxbury: Baker, Geo., Jas. (How are they related to Asher?) Can't show Thomas is the father of younger Tom.

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P osted by: Emily Dantzman (ID *****2181)

Date: June 15, 2007 at 13:34:30 In Reply to: Re: Tharp's Sussex NJ to Steuben Co. NY by Jan of 2041

A lot of interesting Tharp entries in the Sussex Register. The entry about the old Stockholm forge built by Asher Thorp and selling to John O. Ford especially. I have a short index about land sales as follows:

Asher Tharp 1804 to Eben. Drake Atty Book N 274
Asher and Mary Tharp 1805 to John O. Ford M 91
Asher Tharp 1810 to Moses Tharp (Atty) T 565

Another note Asher Tharp, Muskingum County, son Moses Tharp (appt atty) of same place. Sue to recover and receive from Ebenezer Drake of the County of Morris, NJ land situated within said Muskingum County, Ohio, sold for taxes by the said Ebenezer Drake with other land adjoining conveyed to me, by due bearing date 12th Nov at 1804. Muskingum County, Zanesville, OH Nov. 3, 1810

Pg 52 Morris County Deeds Grantee
Moses Thorp of Jefferson TWP, Morris County, NJ to Frederick Fichton (Fichter) Land in Jefferson TWP 1/2 part of all the Russia Forge Lot 6 acres - coal house and 2 dwelling houses, 1/2 of which is to be conveyed. Also all the privileges of the Rockaway River included in the 626 acres of the Russia tract 21 Feb 1844.
s/Moses Thorp

In 1804 a petition was signed to hire surveyors to lay out a public road in the TWP of Jefferson - naming a number of people and thence crossing a road leading from Pompton by Keepers and other forges to Sussex and crossing Ogdens land - Peter Davenports land - Asher Tharps land and lands belonging to Jacob and John Mourison to the Sussex line. The petition was granted.

Posted by: Jan (ID *****4565)Date: June 15, 2007 at 06:43:50In Reply to: Re: Tharp's Sussex NJ to Steuben Co. NY by Emily Dantzman

1870 Sussex Register

25. A lengthy article in reference to the Pequannock river, contains many points of interest. It is related that the old Stockholm forge was built by one Asher Thorp, (known as old skin flint.) Thorp leased the forge to deacon John O. Ford, who "did it for him" . Thorp supposed the lease was for one year, but the lease read "as long as water runs and grass grows" and it is still running, though all the parties are long since dead.

Posted by: bernice roman (ID *****5118)Date: September 23, 2005 at 08:09:29 of 2041
I'm posting the following data for Asher and Jacob Tharp:

Tharp, Asher
Served as a sergeant in Capt. Carnes"s Co., Morris Co. N.J. militia, Western Battalion (S-472) He lived in Pequannock Township.

Tharp, Jacob: Served as a private in Morris Co., N>J> (S-782) He lived in Pequannock Township.


As to Asher Tharp, there is no evidence that he is connected to Jacob Tharp from England - Apparently Asher moved to Muskingum Co., Ohio at the same time you find Ichabod Tharp there as well. (And by the way, Jacob Tharp and Phebe Crawford move to Fayette Co., PA, at the same time that Reuben Thorpe and his brother's relocated there as well. Another coincidence??) Also there is no proof for a Moses Tharp.

Source, A researcher for of Ruben Thorpe / Tharp

Posted by: Jan (ID *****4565)Date: August 20, 2005 at 09:51:34 of 2041 The Centinel of Freedom; Date: 1804-05-29; Vol: VIII; Iss: 37; Page: [4]; [as written]

Lands For Sale - To be f[s]old at Vendue on the 28th of June next, all that valuable tract or tracts of LAND belonging to Asher and Jacob Tharp, lying and situated as follow: Two tracts of Land in Hardysten, Sussex County, on the Black Harlow Brook, about half a mile from the main road leading from Pompton to Franklin Furnaces & about one mile from captain John Sewards; the one tract is exellent Meadow Land containing 40 acres, 8 of which is cleared and in good fence, on it is a good seat for waterworks, with plenty of valuable timber--The other tract contains 30 acres of plow land very good Orchards, and the best range for summering a large stock of Cattle Sheep and Hogs of any in the State.

Any person wishing to view the said land may apply to the subf[s]cribers living in Morris county near John Fords-
Vendue to begin at ten o'clock on the premises where the conditions will be made know and attendance given by

Asher Tharp, Jacob Tharp. May 12, 1804

Looks like brothers, were there other siblings? Was the father Moses, if so, was this his property?

Tharp, Asher (P-108076851)
177 Asher Tharp notables 
Tharp, Asher (P-108076851)
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.B. (I1)
179 atwater-dc 
Atwater, Dewitt C (P-108076331)
180 Baptism record as Ruth Bricount
Fact 1: May 06, 1761, Baptism Epis. Chruch, Elizabeth NJ 
Brecount, Ruth (P-108076767)
181 Bertha May Sheldon 
Sheldon, Bertha May (P-30528737)
182 Bertha May Sheldon Bechtel Obit 
Sheldon, Bertha May (P-30528737)
183 Bertha Sheldon Bechtel 
Sheldon, Bertha May (P-30528737)
184 Bessie Odelvy Sheldon Metz 
Sheldon, Bessie Odelvy (P-99901032)
185 Bessie Odelvy Sheldon Metz with Baby 
Sheldon, Bessie Odelvy (P-99901032)
186 Bessie Sheldon Metz's Obituary 
Sheldon, Bessie Odelvy (P-99901032)
187 Billy 
Sheldon, William Washington (P-99855272)
188 BIO:"Uncle Adam Turner lived on a farm about three miles north of
Cedarville. Their family was large, about the same size as ours, and,
as we were near of an age, we visited frequently and had good times
together. He was a good farmer and fruit raiser. He ruled in his own
house, and Aunt Nellie seemed willing to have it so. She was efficient
and kind as could be." (Dr. Francis Marion Spencer)

Notice of Estate Sale:
Thursday was the day for the sale of the 75 acre tract of land belonging to the Adam Turner estate. There wre quite a number of bidders present. Mr. H. N. Coe bid in the land at $70 per acre. The Plot lies close to his farm and was well worth the price to him.

March, 1903
(Research):1900 Federal Census Adam lists parents from North Carolina while Daughter lists parents from South Carolina

Ohio Landowner Index of 1874

Last Name First Name Township RTS VMD
Turner A. Miami 879
Turner A. Miami 610 
Turner, Adam (P-108077061)
189 Birth date information from daughter, Charlotte Turner (Armstrong). She also says that Lucy Shaw and Carrie Townsley were good friends. Carrie Townsley was Raymond Bull's first wife. Lucy's sister, Lydia, was his second wife. Shaw, Lucy B. (P-108077153)
190 Birth name was:
Rastus Leroy 
Marsh, Rusell Lewis (I1161)
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.B. (I1)
192 Blacks Plan Anniversary Reception
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Black of 210 Fifth Ave will mark their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception at Young's Restaurant Saturday, April 16.
The Blacks were married April 15, 1906, at Graysville, Tenn., and have lived in Huntington for the past 10 (crossed ou and 20 written in) years. Mr. Black is a retired mine superintendent for Marlow Industries of Louisville, Ky. Both are members of the Twenty-first Street Church of Christ.
The couple has five children, A.R. Black and Mrs. Fred H. Buchanan og Huntington; J..C. Black and Albert V. Black of Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. John A. Noland of Richmond, Ky. They also have 11 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. 
Shipley, Effie May (I1126)
193 Both brother Samuel and sister Myrtle were witnesses at marriage
estimating birth at Shelby county because brother lists birth there in 1878
Was a Methodist
Last Name: Tarvin English: habitational name from Tarvin in Cheshire, which takes its name from the earlier (Celtic) name of the Gowy river, meaning ‘boundary (stream)’. 
Tarvin, Bertha Jane (P-108077145)
194 BREM
Name age sex race birth place County Locale Series roll page
elizabeth--9--F--W--IL--Tazwell Twp 283 312
In the household of grandfather Richard Pippin 
Brim, Sarah Elizabeth (I1003)
195 BRIM
Name age sex race birth place County Locale Series roll page
Angelin --12--f--w--Il--Tazwell, Tremont Tep 283 312
Residing in the Martha Trout home 
Brim, Angeline (I1002)
196 BRIM
Name age sex race birth place County Locale Series roll page
Highland 10-- m--w-- Il--Tazwell Morton Tsp 283 197
Household of William Barnum 
Brim, Highland Elmore (I998)
197 Brown family crest 
BROWN, John [The Christian Carrier] (P523105631)
198 brown-0f Preisthill 
BROWN, John [The Christian Carrier] (P523105631)
199 Buried in family plot in Northeast sectgion fo Clifton, Ohio Cemetery (east of sevice building) Shaw, Sarah J. (P-108076881)
200 Caleb Atwater 
Atwater, Caleb (P530058463)

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