Jani's Parents and Grandparents

 

Frank Scott Alley (1919 - 1992)

Martha Day Larkin (1918 - 1997)

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John Price Alley (1894 - 1966)

Edna Scott (1894 - 1953)

Edward Patrick Larkin (1895 - 1947)

Lillian Green (1898 - 1945)

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John Alley V (1831 - c 1898)

Elizabeth Rebecca Price

Samuel Scott (1858 - 1918)

Elizabeth Nancy Thomas (1861 - 1942)

Martin Larkin (1862 - 1937)

Adelia Conner (1862 - 1937)

Lemuel Clarence Day (1867 -1929)

Cora Green (1871 - 1940)

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William Alley (c 1794 - ? ) - Born in Kent Co, MD. Served with his brother James Alley in the War of 1812. After the war he migrated to Queen Anne's Co and married Martha Stewart in 1831. Their first child John was born that year. Later children included Samuel (1842) and William (Billy) (1844) and possibly two daughters. One may have been Mary Jane Alley.

Listed in the 1840 census of Queen Anne Co. as William Ally (sic). He is shown as having a wife (20-30 years old) and two sons (one under 5 and one 5-10 - presumably John). An older woman (70-80 years old) is also listed who may have been his mother Esther.

Martha Stewart

David K. Price - Chesapeake City, MD.

Sara J. ------

Joshua Scott (1823 - 1904)

Nancy J. Rinehart (1826 - 1863)

John Thomas (1836 -1864) - Born in Center Township, Greene Co, PA. Married Emaline McIlvaine in 1853. Children: George (1853), Kes(z?)iah (1855), Clark (1857), and Elizabeth (1861). Enlisted 1862 at the outbreak of the Civil War in Pittsburgh to serve three years in the 18th PA Calvary under Col. Brien. Killed in action at age 27 late in the war (1864). Left his widow, Emaline, with four small children to raise alone. Elizabeth Nancy Thomas was three years old at the time.

Emaline McIlvaine (1836 - 1904) - Born in Greene Co, PA. Married at 17 to John Thomas. Widowed at 28 with four children under age 11. It is said that Emaline could neither read nor write. On papers prepare d to document her status as a veteran's widow, her name is misspelled McVania and McVay. A year after John was killed, she was awarded $8.00 a month for a widow's pension. The pension was stopped in 1904 when she passed away.

Edward Larkin (1828 - 1914) - Born in Mountrath, Queens Co., Ireland. Edward, one of ten children, lived on a family-owned farm called Shanderry. Conditions in Ireland were dire at that and, since the farm would be inherited by his older brother Matthew after his parents died, Edward emigrated to America before he was 20. He settled in Western Pennsylvania and married Nancy Morissey in ----. Their children were: Martin, Edward, Dennis, Bridgett, and Anna. Most of what is known about the Larkin family in Ireland comes from a letter sent to Edward in 1912 by his younger sister, Anne Larkin (Dunne), on the fiftieth anniversary of his departure. She never saw him again but remembered a small bible he had given her as a going away gift. Larkins continue to live at Shanderry to this day.

Nancy Morissey (1840 - 1932)

Patrick Conner - Born in Cork, Ireland.

Mary -----

Leroy Woods Day (1833 - 1908) - Civil War veteran.

Miranda Van Kirk

J. B. Green

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John Alley IV (c 1750 - c 1810) - Born in Queen Anne's Co., MD. but moved to Kent Co. when he came of age. Listed in the 1790 census, his family consisted of John, two sons and three females (no age description). These presumably were his wife (Esther?) and two daughters. The sons were probably William and James Alley, both living in Kent Co. during the next generation.

Esther -----

James Scott (1774 - 1823)

Mary Sellers (1777 - 1823)

Samuel Rinehart (1797 - ? )

Elizabeth (Mitchell ?)

Dennis Thomas (1792 - ? )

Mary -----

----- McIlvaine

Stacy Rush (1813 - ? )

Lemuel Fordham Day (1804 - 1880)

Nancy Jordan

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John Alley III (c 1685 -1756) - Born in Queen Anne's Co, MD. Married his wife Margarett and had five children: John, Catherine, Sarah, William, and James. It is believed that his daughter Sara and son John were very young at the time of his death and went to live with relatives (Peter and Cornelia Alley) in Church Hill, MD. They are listed as heirs in Peter's will.

Margarett -----

John Scott ( ? - 1816)

Catherine -----

Christian Sellers

Elizabeth (Hill ?)

Edward Thomas ( ? - 1813)

Tamer -----

George Rush (1779 - ? )

Nancy Thomas (1777 - ? )

Bethuel Day (1770 - 1823)

Parmelia Raynor (1773 - 1825)

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John Alley II (c 1662 - 1739) - Planter in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland.

Mary H. -----

Jacob Sellers ( ? - 1784)

Mary Proyater

Artemus Day (1745-1802) - Veteran of the Revolutionary War, born in Morristown, NJ. In 1776, as a captain, commanded a company in the Western Battalion, New Jersey Militia under Col. Jacob Drake. Fought with General Washington against the British in the Battle of Hackensack, NJ. Married Bethany Axtell in 1767 and had three sons: Bethuel, Luther, and Daniel. Capt. Day died in New Jersey and his widow and three children moved to Washington Co, PA.

Bethany Axtell (1746 - ? )

Jonathan Raynor (1750-1822) - Revolutionary War veteran. Served in the New Jersey Militia in the same unit as Artemus Day. Born in New Jersey, he married Tryphenia Fordham. Children included: Parmelia Raynor who subsequently married Bethuel Day. Died in Greene Co, PA.

Tryphenia Fordham

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John Alley (c 1640 - ?)

Daniel Day (1708 -1760)

Mary -----

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Joseph Day (1665 - 1712)

Hannah Sergeant

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Paul Day (1665 - 1712)

Phebe Brown

Jonathan Sergeant

Mary -----

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George Day (1640 - 1684)

Mary Riggs (1644- ? )

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(Sergeant) Edward Riggs (1614 - 1669) - Born in England, emigrated with his father to Massachusetts and later to Newark, NJ where he died in 1669. Married Elizabeth Roosa in 1635 and had four children: Edward, Samuel, Joseph, and Mary Riggs

Elizabeth Roosa

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Edward Riggs (1590 - 1672) - Born in England and in the early 1600s, emigrated to Roxbury, Massachusetts. Married Elizabeth -----, date unknown, and had five children including a son listed as (Sergeant) Edward Riggs shown above.

Elizabeth ----- (? - 1635)

 

 

 


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