M, b. 8 July 1830, d. 5 September 1892
FatherFrederick STONEBRAKER b. 3 Mar 1799, d. 13 Jan 1864
MotherFrances BARE b. 9 Jul 1798, d. 7 Feb 1844
     Samuel STONEBRAKER witnessed "Samuel Stonebraker was born July 8, 1830. Lived with his father on the farm until twenty years of age. He married Miss Catharine A. Barrett, and moved on a farm which had formerly been owned by his father, in section 30. His wife was born October 17, 1832. Had a family of three sons and three daughters, three of whom are living. He united wiht the Christian church, and she with the Presbyterian church."1 He was born on 8 July 1830 at Belmont, Ohio, USA. He married Catherine Ann BARRETT on 29 March 1855 at Belmont, Ohio, USA. Samuel STONEBRAKER died on 5 September 1892 at age 62.


Catherine Ann BARRETT b. 16 Oct 1832, d. 30 Jul 1881


  1. [S40] Unknown author, BOOK History of Belmont and Jefferson Counties, p. 417.


M, b. 1822, d. 1881
FatherFrederick STONEBRAKER b. 3 Mar 1799, d. 13 Jan 1864
MotherFrances BARE b. 9 Jul 1798, d. 7 Feb 1844
     Josiah STONEBRAKER was born in 1822 at Ohio, USA. He married Caroline E. CLARK on 12 December 1842 at Belmont, Ohio, USA. Josiah STONEBRAKER died in 1881.


Caroline E. CLARK b. 1825, d. 1904

Isabel Catherine STONEBRAKER

F, b. 30 November 1839, d. 13 December 1856
FatherFrederick STONEBRAKER b. 3 Mar 1799, d. 13 Jan 1864
MotherFrances BARE b. 9 Jul 1798, d. 7 Feb 1844
     Isabel Catherine STONEBRAKER was born on 30 November 1839. She died on 13 December 1856 at age 17.


F, b. 30 August 1833, d. 1914
FatherFrederick STONEBRAKER b. 3 Mar 1799, d. 13 Jan 1864
MotherFrances BARE b. 9 Jul 1798, d. 7 Feb 1844
     Esther STONEBRAKER was born on 30 August 1833 at Ohio, USA. She died in 1914.


F, d. 21 February 1854
FatherFrederick STONEBRAKER b. 3 Mar 1799, d. 13 Jan 1864
MotherFrances BARE b. 9 Jul 1798, d. 7 Feb 1844
     Martha Ann STONEBRAKER died on 21 February 1854.

William Pancoast1

M, b. circa 1670, d. between 10 July 1742 and 28 August 1742
FatherJohn PANCOAST d. 22 Dec 1694
MotherElizabeth (?) d. b 1680
     William Pancoast was born circa 1670 at England.1 He immigrated in 1680; Immigrated with father.2 He died between 10 July 1742 and 28 August 1742 at Burlington County, Province of New Jersey, America; William made a codicil to his will on July 10, 1742 and the will was probated August 28, 1742.3




  1. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 11.
  2. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 11, Vol 1.
  3. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 12.
  4. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 23, Vol 1.
  5. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 22, Vol 1.
  6. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 24, Vol 1.
  7. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 26, Vol 1.
  8. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 25, Vol 1.
  9. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 11-12, Vol 1.
  10. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 27, Vol 1.
  11. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 28, Vol 1.


M, b. 1830, d. March 1865
FatherSamuel STONEBRAKER b. 1776, d. 25 Feb 1845
     Ephriam STONEBRAKER was born in 1830. He married Martha E. GRANFELL, daughter of William GRANFELL and Elizabeth BARNETT, on 30 December 1852. Ephriam STONEBRAKER died in March 1865 at Key, Mead Twp, Belmont County, Ohio, USA.


Martha E. GRANFELL b. 12 Aug 1833, d. 1906

Ann Elizabeth ALTFATHER

F, b. 1777, d. 6 February 1816
FatherFredrich ALTVATER b. c 1745
MotherMagdalena FREUND
     Ann Elizabeth ALTFATHER was born in 1777 at Berlin, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was born in 1777 at Straszbery, York County, Pennsylvania, USA.1 She married Samuel STONEBRAKER in 1798.2 As of 1798,her married name was STONEBRAKER.2 Ann Elizabeth ALTFATHER died on 6 February 1816 at Warnock, Belmont County, Ohio, USA.


Samuel STONEBRAKER b. 1776, d. 25 Feb 1845


  1. [S206] Unknown compiler, Timberlake Family Tree, et al,.
  2. [S12] Rufus A. Longman, BOOK Oldfather Family.
  3. [S213] Dorothy Gaston, "EMAIL Dorothy Gaston," e-mail to Everett Stonebraker, 15 Sept 2013, I'm a direct descendant of Frederick's sister, Maria Magdalene, b. 1798, and Francis' brother, Daniel, b. 1793. The geneological record has been cloouded by researchers who substituted Daniel, b. 1810, for this Daniel, and as a consequence his wife also has disappeared into the ether as far as the genealogies are concerned. This Daniel and his wife removed from Ohio to Perry County Illinois after 1840 but before 1850, leaving the younger Daniel (actually a son of Samuel, another sibling of Daniel and Francis) in Ohio to be misidentified.

    The first son of my Daniel Barr and M. Magdalena was named Samuel. In this Germanic community, that would have been the wife's father's name. That is a confirming bit of evidence for her parentage. Daniel Barr 1793 is well documented by probate records. His wife's maiden name is given in his son's biography as Mary M. Stonebraker. I'm copying that biography for you here:
    a BARR, b. 6June1837
    biography from Portrait & Biographical Album of Mahaska Co., Iowa, 1887
    IRA BARR, engaged in general merchandising at Fremont, is a native of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, and was born June 6, 1837, being the son of Daniel and Mary M. (Stonebaker) Barr. The parents removed from Ohio to Perry County, Ill., in 1849, remaining there until their death, that of the father occurring in 1857, and his wife's in 1854. Daniel Barr followed the occupation of farming and milling, being an industrious man and a good citizen. The subject of this sketch, after reaching years of manhood, was married in 1857, to Miss Narcissa J. Saunders, who was born in Williamson County, Ill., Sept. 11, 1834, and is the daughter of William and Eliza (Arnold) Saunders. Her father was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and her mother in North Carolina. The former died in Williamson County, Ill., about the year 1845, and the mother resides with the subject of this sketch. Mr. and Mrs. Barr became the parents of three children- Charles M., Erom T. and Lettie A., the first two being deceased. Ira Barr emigrated from Ohio to the northwestern part of Missouri in 1856, where he followed teaching in the winter and farming in the summer. In the fall of 1861 he left Missouri and coming to Warello County, Iowa, operated a farm one year, and in the spring of 1873 came to his present location. He is the surviving member of the old firm of Barr & White, the latter deceased, so long and favorably known in that section of the county in the business of general merchandising. He carries a well-selected stock of about $3,000 worth of goods, is enjoying a good trade, and deserves unlimited prosperity. As a business man and citizen, he is honorable and upright, honest in his dealings with his patrons, personally and socially a genial gentleman, and enjoys the confidence and regard of a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Barr are members of the Christian Church. In his political affiliations our subject is Republican, and has held the offices of Justice of the Peace and School Director.
    Portrait & Biographical Album of Mahaska Co., Iowa, 1887
    So that's my link to the two families. Mary M. appears as Magdalena on the 1850 census for Perry County, IL with husband Daniel Barr. The only possible family for her is that of Samuel Steinbrecher and Elizabeth Ann Altvater (lots of spelling variations). Barbara Barr, 2nd wife of Samuel Stonebraker (however you want to spell it) was yet another sibling of Daniel and Francis, so the families were definitely well known to each other.

    I found it extremely difficult to research the two families due to the variations in spelling. I found Barr as Bar, Bare, Bear Behr, Barre, Berry, and I found Stonebraker as Steinbrecher (probably original speling), Stonebaker, Steinbraker, etc. They don't all follow in alphabetical lists or indices.

    There is good research for the Barr line in "Emigrants,Refugees and Prisoners" By Richard Warren Davis Vol lll,.

Charles Everett Stonebraker

M, b. 6 February 1921, d. 11 December 2009
FatherEverett Dowling Stonebraker b. 31 Aug 1894, d. 18 Sep 1967
MotherOcta Zetella MCKELVEY b. 9 Sep 1894, d. 27 Jun 1985
     Charles Everett Stonebraker was described as Height: 6' 0", Medical: Prostate cancer (-age 55), emphasema.1 He was born on 6 February 1921 at Armstrongs Mills, Belmont County, Ohio, USA. He received a Bachelor of Accounting degree from Ohio State University in December 1941. He began military service on 14 August 1942 at Sampson, New York, USA, Sworn in. Not active until Feb 1943.

Trained at Sampson, NY, Harvard U @ Cambridge, MA, and Jacksonville, FL
Theater of Operations: South Pacific
Medals: American Defense, Asiatic-Pacific Thater, Victory Medal
Lieutenant Senior Grade

Source: Service Record, World War I and II, Belmont and Community, p. 81. Publ by Belmont Post # 312. He witnessed Came back to USA from South Pacific on "President Jackson" transport ship. Took 15 days versus 28 days on outward trip. circa 1945.2 He lived between 1946 and 1948 at Eulalia Road, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA; Stayed with Mr. & Mrs. Groover on Eulalia Road while in the Navy and after marriage to Flora Frances Cooper. Mr. Groover was a VP of C&S Bank and they had a son named Robert.3 He ended military service on 18 July 1946 at Jacksonville, Florida, USA. He married Flora Frances Cooper, daughter of Forrest Graham Cooper Sr and Marguerite Chadwick Park, on 25 October 1946 at Indianola, Sunflower County, Mississippi, USA. Charles Everett Stonebraker was Manager of Commercial Accounting for B.F. Goodrich in Akron, Ohio between 1949 and 1986.1 He lived from November 1949 to December 1959 at 1596 Redwood Avenue, Akron, Summit County, Ohio, USA.3,1 Charles E and Everett Dowling had tickets to Ohio State - Michigan game Nov 25, 1950, but didn't go to the game because of the huge Thanksgiving Day snowstorm that hit Ohio. The game ended 9-3 Michigan won. Michigan had 27 yards rushing, OSU had 16 yards rushing. There were no offensive TDs. Dad (CES) brought Mom, Rita and I (ECS) to Belmont, Ohio on Wednesday evening when there was no snow, and went home Thursday night to work Friday.. He came back to Belmont Friday night in very bad snow conditions. This is one fo the first memories I (ECS) have in my life, of driving home to Akron on Sunday in very deep snow.4,3 He lived between December 1959 and 1998 at 703 Castle Blvd, Akron, Summit County, Ohio, USA.4 He was CauseDeath COD: Pneumonia, 15 days Endstage COPD, 10 years
Emphysema, Dysphagia
on 11 December 2009 at Akron, Summit County, Ohio, USA.5 He died on 11 December 2009 at Hospice Care Center, Akron, Summit County, Ohio, USA, at age 88; Obituary in the Akron Beacon Journal (12-13 Dec 2009)

Charles E. (Stony) Stonebraker, 88, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on December 11, 2009 at the Hospice Care Center.

He was born on February 6, 1921 in Armstrongs Mills, Belmont County, Ohio to the late Everett D. and Octa (McKelvey) Stonebraker. He grew up in Bethesda and Belmont, Ohio. He graduated from Belmont High School in 1938 where his father, an educator for 45 years, was Principal and Superintendent. He attended The Ohio State University where he played basketball until he sustained an ankle injury. Stony had a lifelong passion for The Ohio State University traditions. Twelve days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, he graduated with a degree in Accounting. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served in the South Pacific on New Caledonia until leaving the Navy with the rank of Lt. Commander in July 1946. He moved to Atlanta, Ga. where he met the love of his life, Flora Frances Cooper of Indianola, Miss. They married in 1946 and moved to Akron, Ohio in 1948. They had two children, Everett Charles and Rita Elizabeth. He was employed by B.F. Goodrich for 33 years in the Accounting Department. He was active in the National Association of Accountants where he served as President of the local chapter. After retirement, he acted as consultant to Brennan and Howard, Inc. and MAS, Inc. for 15 years. In the community, he was a member of the Masonic Order, Shriners and Jesters. In 1950, Stony and Frannie joined the High Street Christian Church where they remained members for life. Stony served the church as Deacon, Elder, and Trustee.

His wife, Frannie, preceded him in death in 2004. He is survived by his son, Everett Charles Stonebraker (Anne Grealy) of Coral Gables, Fla. and Rita Elizabeth Howard (Ed) of Akron, Ohio; grandchildren, Ashley, Katherine, and Emily Howard, Graham Stonebraker, Chad, Lane, and Heath (Jan) Howard and great-grandson, Hudson Howard.

Visitation will be from 3 to 5 on Sunday afternoon at the Catavolos Funeral Home, 3653 W. Market St., Fairlawn 44333. Private family memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly, Monteagle, TN 37356, to the High Street Christian Church, 131 S. High Street, Akron, OH 44308, or to The Ohio State University Athletic Department.

Catavolos Funeral Home

Rose Hill Chapel

(330)666-3089.4 He was buried on 14 December 2009 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Montrose, Summit County, Ohio, USA.4


Flora Frances Cooper b. 18 Dec 1921, d. 9 Mar 2004


  1. [S5] Personal knowledge:.
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  5. [S229] DEATH Certificate, Summit County, Ohio, COD: Pneumonia, 15 days
    Endstage COPD, 10 years
    Also: Emphysema, Dysphagia.


F, b. 12 August 1833, d. 1906
FatherWilliam GRANFELL b. 27 Sep 1791, d. 1837
MotherElizabeth BARNETT b. 4 Jun 1805, d. 13 Apr 1866
     Martha E. GRANFELL was born on 12 August 1833. She married Ephriam STONEBRAKER, son of Samuel STONEBRAKER, on 30 December 1852. Martha E. GRANFELL died in 1906.


Ephriam STONEBRAKER b. 1830, d. Mar 1865


M, b. 27 September 1791, d. 1837
     William GRANFELL was born on 27 September 1791. He married Elizabeth BARNETT before 1833. William GRANFELL died in 1837.


Elizabeth BARNETT b. 4 Jun 1805, d. 13 Apr 1866