M, b. 1720, d. 1792
FatherNicholas WHITE b. 1686, d. 15 Oct 1764
MotherJane Glasford b. 1670, d. 29 May 1762
     Birth: 1720, USA Death: unknown Goshenville Chester County Pennsylvania, USA Parents: Nicholas (1686-1764) and Jane White(d-1762) Married Elizabeth Griffith White: Oct 10, 1742 in Chester Co., Pa. She was born June 07, 1720 in Delware of Whiteland, Pa. Children: Thomas (b-1745) Samuel (b-1747) Rachel (b-1748) JESSE (1752-1838) Grace(Greace)- (b-1753) Hannah (b-1755) David (Red)-(b-1758) Israel (1761-1816) I also found info he was buried in GTBC, Ohio... Family links: Children: Jesse White (1752 - 1838)* *Calculated relationship Burial: Goshen Friends Burial Ground West Chester Chester County Pennsylvania, USA.1 Father: Uriah White b: ABT 1720 in Willistown Twp., Chester Co., PA Mother: Elizabeth Griffith b: 6 JUL 1720 in Willistown Twp., Chester Co., PAMarriage 1 Mary Mechem b: ABT 1754

Married: BEF 1771 3 1
Married: ABT 1772

Uriah White b: ABT 1776
Elizabeth White b: ABT 1778
Jane White b: ABT 1780
James White b: ABT 1781 in Chester Co., PA
Mary White b: ABT 1782
Rachel White b: ABT 1783 in Goshen Twp., Chester Co., PA
Jesse White b: ABT 1785
Israel White b: ABT 1787
Mary White b: BEF 1798

Title: WhiteGED.gedRepository: Media: OtherText: Date of Import: Apr 20, 1999
Title: Rev. Robert Barr
Title: Barbara Jane MunroRepository: Media: Book
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET& db=griffith1&id=I00067.1 Uriah WHITE was born in 1720 at Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA. He died in 1792.




  1. [S206] Unknown compiler, Hart/Merritt Family Tree. Compiler: tradrabit.

Simeon Pancoast1

M, b. 9 December 1768, d. 28 November 1820
FatherIsrael Pancoast2 b. 20 Jun 1734, d. b 14 Sep 1795
     Simeon Pancoast was born on 9 December 1768 at Loudoun County, Virginia, USA.2,3 He married Mary White before 1792.4 Named in his father's will.4 Simeon and Mary his wife of Loundoun County, Virginia, deeded 100 acres of land to Thomas White (her brother?) being a part of a larger tract known by the name of 'Scotland.4' Simeon Pancoast died on 28 November 1820 at age 51.4


Mary White b. 28 Aug 1770, d. 21 Sep 1858


  1. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 90-91, Vol 1.
  2. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 44, Vol 1.
  3. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 90, Vol 1.
  4. [S6] Bennett S. Pancoast, BOOK Pancoast Family in America, The, page 91, Vol 1.

Nicholas WHITE

M, b. 1686, d. 15 October 1764
     Nicholas WHITE left a will;
Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
Name:     Uriah White
Description:     Son
Date:     29 Feb 1764
Prove Date:     19 Nov 1764
Remarks:     Nicholas White of Whiteland. February 29, 1764. November 19, 1764. To son Uriah White £50 and to his children £50 to be divided when of age. To son Thomas £10. To daughter Elizabeth Smith £5. To son in law George Smith £30 to be in full for all charges he may have against me and to the children of George and Elizabeth Smith £40 to be divided as they come of age. To son in law William Garrett and his wife, my daughter Mary 1/2 remainder of estate, the other 1/2 to their children when of age, also Executors: Witnesses: Richard Richison, Joseph Rea.1 He married Jane Glasford at Pennsylvania, USA. Nicholas WHITE was born in 1686 at Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. He died on 15 October 1764 at Whiteland Twp, Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA.


Jane Glasford b. 1670, d. 29 May 1762


  1. [S210] WILL Chester Co, PA Wills.

Jane Glasford

F, b. 1670, d. 29 May 1762
     Jane Glasford married Nicholas WHITE at Pennsylvania, USA. Jane Glasford was born in 1670 at England.1 She was baptized on 17 April 1670 at Southwick, Hampshire, England.2 As of 10 December 1742,her married name was WHITE. She died on 29 May 1762 at Whiteland Twp, Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA.


Nicholas WHITE b. 1686, d. 15 Oct 1764


  1. [S214] Unknown compiler.
  2. [S214] Unknown compiler, From Ancestry's England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906.

Thomas Kent

M, b. 1 March 1748, d. 8 January 1835
     Thomas Kent was born on 1 March 1748 at County Londonderry, Ireland.1,2 He was baptized on 13 April 1749 at Londonderry, County Londonderry, Ireland.1 He was Court records, Greene County, Pennsylvania, 1832:

On the tenth day of September, A.D. 1832 personally appeared in open court Thomas Kent before the judges of the court of common pleas of said county of Greene in the State of Penna. aforesaid now sitting a resident of Franklin Township county and State aforesaid aged eighty four years last March who being duly sworn according to law did depose and make the following declaration on oath in order to obtain the benefit of the act of congress dated the 7 day of June 1832. That he entered the service of the United States as a volunteer on or about the first day of July in the year 1776 one thousand seven hundred & seventy six under Captain James Maxwell first Lieut. Jonathan Hartshorn & 2nd Lieut Wm. Johnson, ensign Glassgo at a place called Battle Swamp above Haver de Grass on the Susquehanna River, and from there the said company march'd to Philadelphia. Thence they went on board a small vessel to Trenton. Thence to Brunswick & to Hackensack & finally join'd Washington's army at Fort Lee two days before the surrender of the troops at Fort Washington. That he accompanied the army in its retreat through the Jerseys. That he served in the army until the expiration of the six months for which he volunteered was fully ended which was about the first of January 1777 when he was discharged the service near Philadelphia. That he afterwards served in the militia several short tours of service against the Indians under different officers & at different times but he cannot now recollect the officers or the length of the period of service he rendered during the revolutionary war against the Indians. That he resided at the time he entered the service in Cecil County State of Maryland. That he was born in the County Derry Ireland in March 1748. He has no record of his age. That shortly after the period of his service of six months as above mentioned he removed to the Western part of the State of Pennsylvania where he has resided ever since and still resides as above mentioned in Greene County Penna. The General officers in command of the army after he joined it at Fort Lee were Generals Washington, Lee, Putnam, etc. He doesn't recollect to have received any regular written discharge when his time was out. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or an annuity present and he declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll of any agency in any state. Sworn & subscribed September 10, 1832 Thomas (his mark) Kent Wm. T. Hayes
between 1 July 1776 and 1 January 1777. He married Ann RALSTON circa 1 April 1778 at Cecil County, Maryland, USA.3 Thomas Kent left a will on 19 December 1834 at Greene County, Pennsylvania, America; Will of Thomas Kent, Sr., (Greene County, Pennsylvania, 1835, Will Book 2, p. 781)

Will of Thomas Kent dec'd. This is the last will & Testament of me Thomas Kent of Franklin township, Greene County, Pennsylvania made the 19th day of December 1834. Imprimus - My will is that all just debts and former expenses be paid. Item -- My will is that my wife Ann have the whole and sole control, use, occupation, and profits of my farm & plantation where I now live during her natural life. Also all the household furniture which may be deemed necessary by my Executors for her comfortable living, two horses, such as I may die possessed of, their gears and the farming utensils which may remain on the farm at my death, all which is to be hers during life. Item -- I give and bequeath to my son George Kent one hundred dollars for his trouble & disappoint in not getting the land on Wheeling. Item -- I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah one hundred and fifty dollars in money payable in three years after my decease, one horse worth Fifty dollars, one Cow and the bed and bedding which she now calls her own. Item -- I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Melissa Kent, daughter of my son Jesse, one Bed and bedding worth at least thirty dollars. Item -- My will is that residue and remainder of my estate be divided into eleven shares, to be given to my children William, George, Thomas, Nancy, Catherine, Elizabeth, James, Sarah, Jesse, & David each one share and my grandchildren, the children of my daughter Polly White the other share. The legacy of my daughter Catharine to be paid to my son Thomas in trust for her use as he may think best for her. Lastly, I appoint my sons George Kent and Thomas Kent executors of this my last will & testament, Given under my hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Witnesses present:
Thomas (his mark) Kent
A. Buchanan
Thomas Hook
Jesse Kent
Thos. Kent
George Kent
Sarah Kent
James Kent
David Kent

Greene County SS. Before me Jesse Lazear Register for the probate of wills and granting Letters of Administration in and for said County, this day came A. Buchanan, Esq. And Thomas Hook, two of the subscribing witnesses to the within instrument of writing, and being duly sworn, did say that they were present and saw and heard Thomas Kent, the Testator within named sign, seal, publish, pronounce and declare the same to be his last will and Testament, and that at the time of doing thereof, he was of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding according to the best of their judgement, observation and belief.

Sworn & subscribed
A. Buchanan
March 30, 1835

Thos. Hook
Jesse Lazear Register

Inventory filed Registered March 30, 1835
Leters of Administration with copy of will granted to Geo. & Thos. Kent.

Account of Thos. Kent & George Kent Executors of Thos. Kent deceased so far as Said.
He died on 8 January 1835 at Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 86.4 He was buried circa 12 January 1835 at Greene County Memorial Park, Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.4


Ann RALSTON b. 7 Apr 1759, d. 27 Apr 1835


  1. [S135] Doris Bankes Kent, BOOK Thomas Kent (1748-1835) and His Descendents, Page 6-7.
  2. [S209] Unknown compiler, "SAR Membership Application", Ancestral File, SAR Volume 332; SAR Membership Number 66292.
  3. [S140] BOOK Cecil County, MD Marriage Ref. 1674-1824: Original records at MD State Archives.
  4. [S16] Personal knowledge:.


F, b. 7 April 1759, d. 27 April 1835
I remembered that I had corresponded with Chris Fraley, another descendent of Joseph's who lives in or near Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio. I have written to her (?) for her permission to pass her email address along to you and I am asking you for the same permission. I last wrote to her in June of 1999 so I hope that her address is still good.
Some of what I know about the Ralstons has been passed down through the family. Unfortunately there is no family Bible or other paper trail (Chris has Joseph's Bible). I have tried to document the information that I have but have not been able to do this across the board. The family tradition of several descendents of this family claim that Ann was a Ralston who married a cousin, John Ralston. Obviously he died within a couple of years of the family's trip to this country (date of Joseph's birth). The ship records from Londonderry were among the Hardwicke papers found in the British archives so we were very lucky there. One written source is The Handbook on Irish Genealogy, edited by Donal F. Begley, 6th ed. (revised) published in Dublin in 1984, p. 103. "Passengers list of the ship STRAFFORD for Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 14 May, 1803." There are 3 Ralston families among the passengers, all giving their place or origin simply as C. Tyrone. Our family is Anne Ralston, 34, seamstress, with her children Robt., 19, labourer; Davd., 15, labourer; John, 11 (my ancestor); Jane, 8; Anne, 5; Josh., 2. The other Ralston families are:
James Ralston, 45, farmer John Ralston, 40, farmer
Mary, 40 Sarah, 40, seamstress
James, 15 Davd., 9
Mary, 12 Andw., 7
Davd., 9 James, 3
Josh, 5 Wm., 3
Anne, 2
My family tradition says that Ann came over with her brother and brother-in-law. If her husband's name was John, then James must have been his brother and John was Ann's. I have "lost" James and his family (also Ann's son Robert) but John and Sarah settled in Armstrong County and I think that I can identify their sons among the Ralstons in the county (there was also an unrelated Ralston family in Plum Creek Twp.) Another story passed down in our family was that the question rose as to whether they should emigrate after Ann's husband died but Ann decided that since they had the money for the passages, they should go ahead and emigrate.
For some unknown (to me) reason, Ann and her family got off the boat, supposedly at Wilmington, DE, and lived in Baltimore, MD, until about 1808. Ann is listed in a Baltimore city directory (1805, I think) and she and family (except for Robert) are on the 1810 census in Buffalo Twp., Armstrong County, PA. Ann had two older daughters who were married and they and their families must have emigrated about the same time (but not on the Strafford). Mary was married to Joseph Graham (they had a son born in MD about 1805) and Rebecca was married to George McKean (the name later became McCain).
I can send you a genealogy report on my side of the family if you are interested. I have been trying to find their place of origin in Ireland without much success. I think they probably came from the Strabane area since the surname is found there. I joined the Ulster Historical Foundation and they confirmed that fact. I am thinking of paying them $31 for a feasibility study for a family history workup. After seeing how sparse documents are from that period in Northern Ireland, I doubt if I can find much on my own.
I'll try to answer any other questions that you have. I have not found much about the McCormick family.
Helen. James Ralston information compiled by Kim Ralston Dresser
Posted 23 Dec 2010 by CRBlock
GenForum, April 2, 2000
I do have a bit on a James Ralston s/o a Robert & Margaret McBride Ralston b. abt 1766 in Chester or Lancaster Co PA. but he married Jennet Thompson in 1794.
This James had land on Chartiers Creek in Cecil twp Washington Co adjoined by lands of John Fawcett, John Wilson & Robert Wilson,
James died April 20 1834 in his 68th year he left no will.
a son Thomas bought his brothers & sisters interest in the fathers farm in 1847 & the deed was signed by Robert Ralston, Andrew Ralston, Ann A. Ralston & Phebe Ralston, Samuel Ralston, E.H. Ralston & Sarah Ann Ralston James Ralston & Mary Ralston, Margaret Ralston & Jane L. Ralston - says
all but Ebenezer & Sarah Ann his wife who signed it in Harrison Co OH.
There was listing of 10 kids born in Washington Co PA
1. Robert b. july 26 1796 d. Mar 20 1876 unmarried.
2. Martha b. Feb 9 1798 d. May 24 1822 age 24
3. Andrew b. Jan 15, 1800 d. Nov 1877
4. Samuel b. Dec 25, 1801 d. Dec 12, 1855
5. Margaret b. Sept 23, 1803 d. Jan 16 1887
6. Ebenezer b. Nov 8 1805 d. Warsaw IND.
7. James b. May 10 1808 d. Sept 18 1868 Wenona ILL.
8. Julian b. 1811 d. Aug 12 1830 aged 19
he is mentioned in Robert jr.s record & is supposed he was the son of James??
9. Janett /Jane b. 1814 d. Oct 1878 aged 64 never married
10.Thomas - youngest son. is all it said

son James born May 10 1808 near Canonsburg PA died Sept 18 1868 at Wenona Marshall Co ILL & was buried there. He married Sept 20 1836 Mary Polly McCall who was born near Canonsburg PA in 1816 and died Aug 13 1851. She was daughter of Rev. Thomas McCall. James was a harness maker & moved in 1865 from Washington Co PA to Washington IOWA & later to Wenona Ill where he died & was buried.
Kids of James & Mary McCall Ralston
a. Sarah Ann b. 1837 m Apr 25 1861 Albert C. Hays who served in the civil war. in 1865 they moved to Washington Iowa, she died 1876 at Wenona Ill & buried there. 1 child Harry Hays resided in Pittsburgh PA with his father.
b. James Thompson Ralston b. Apr 5 1845 married Julia Margaret McClanathan Wenona ILL on July 6, 1871. She was b. 1848 died 1914 d/o Rev Alexander McClanathan of Ripley OHIO & his wife Mary Blair of Carlisle, KY.
James also married 2nd Mr. Grace B. Matthew Carter in San Francisco Oct 29 1917. He was a retired Banker & went on summer business trips to Kansas where he owned farm lands, he spent time at Long Beach Cal & was active &
he died July 22 1929 at Lyons Kansas & was buried there.

Son Andrew Ralston married Ann Allison d/o Rev Thomas Allison minister of United Presbyterian Church near West Middletown PA.
THIS Andrew was the inventor of the RALSTON Threshing machine= patented in 1842**
I have a copy of the patent* neat*
I also have a bit more info on him.
He lived in West Middletown & had a son Thomas who married a ? McClure.
Andrew sold his patent to a Mr. McClure
Mr. McClure shipped out lots of the Ralston thrashers & lost money when a strong freeze went thru the country & the farmers lost all their wheat to the freeze, the machines were not used & several rusted -some in the far south & they couldn't afford to pay to ship the machines back to be worked on...
Andrew wife was a member of the Mr. Hope Church 4 miles from West Middletown,
Info says the only graves at My Hope Church Cemetery are William Ralston died june 1850 aged 71 & his wife b. 1783-d. Jan 11, 1837 & their kids Elizabeth who d. May 25, 1825 aged 5 & James who died JULY 22 1833..
the paper I was sent says they have not identified them.
Andrew & Ann Allison had
1. Thomas soldier during the civil war
2. James married Ellen Murdock. they had sons David, Thomas & James M. who resided in Crescent City OKLA< I'm looking for more on him>
3. Jane
4. Nancy
5. Andrew
6. David
7. Anna Mary b. feb 1842 married mr. Lynn who died 1914 she resided in 1929 in New London children Michie Lynn Tomlinson of Mt. Pleasant Iowa, Elizabeth Lynn Farr of Selah Waash., Jeanette Lynn of New london Iowa, Arthur Ralston Lynn of New London Iowa, Edward C. Lynn of Donellson Iowa, Edith lynn Chandler of Danville Iowa, Ella Lynn Ogg of New London Iowa
8. William ? no info
9. Israel married Miss Dickey near Springfield Ohio & moved to Koscuisku Co IND
10 ??

Samuel Ralston s/o James & Jennet Thompson Ralston born Dec 25 1801 died Dec 12, 1855 at Canonsburg PA Married Jan 21 1833 at Venice PA Phebe May who was born Aug 20 17996 at Venice PA died Dec 29 1862 at Canonsburg PA. She was the daughter of John May who was born dec 15 1760 died 1835& his wife Phebe Ross b. 1768 married in 1789 died in 1848.
Samuel Ralston a farmer & resided at Canonsburg PA neither he nor his sons did military service. On March 6 16, 1830 Samuel of Cecil twp bought over 102 acres from Joseph & Jean Guthrie. On March 6 1854 Samuel & Phebe Ralston of Cecil twp sold 3 acres to Joseph McNary. April 2 1868 John & Bell Ralston of Cecil twp sell 73 acres.
Samuel & Phebe May Ralston kids
1. John May b. Feb 16 1838 Canonsburg PA d. Jan 26 1878 at Greenville PA married May 26 1864 at Hickory PA married Isabel CALDWELL> She was born Dec 21 1838 at Hickory & died Dec 26 1901 at Wilkinsburg PA & d/o William & Mary Moore Caldwell. John May Ralston was a druggist at Greenville PA his kids:
a.Mary July 31 1865 teacher at Wilkinsburg PA - 1928,
b. Marion b. May 28 1867 keeps house with her sisters.
c. Eleanor b. Aug 31 1869 teaches at Wilkinsburg PA
d. John Caldwell b. Aug 21 1871 d. Apr 8 1872
e. John French b. Mar 8 1873 married Sept 18 1906 Mary Donaldson of Wilkinsburg b. 1878. had 2 daughters Elizabeth b. Nov 8 1908 & Isabel b. Mar 21 1913- John French Ralston was auditor of Radium Dial Co Pittsburgh Pa 1928
f. Anna b. Feb 2 1875 resides in Wilkinsburg PA

2. James Ralston s/o Samuel & Phebe May Ralston. born Jan 9 1840 at Canonsburg, PA d. there? Aug 25 1863 while serving in the Union Army during the civil war. he married Elizabeth Murphy at Canonsburg in 1863 no children.
3. Jennie "Phebe" b. Aug 30 1841 at Canonsburg PA d. Feb 1 1921 She married Dr. W.C.E. Martin of Greenville PA Nov 5 1867.
she then married 1898 Matthew H. Borland of Washington Co PA lived in Pasadena Calif.

I BELIEVE that Robert & Margaret McBride Ralston also had a son Robert who married in Brooke Co VA 14 Dec 1824 to Mary Chapman & They moved to OHIO - maybe Wellsville?? or
Wellsbugh? THEY had a son William Chapman Ralston also know as William Chappie Ralston who went to Calif & was a millonaire there in the banking & stock markets- when the stock market crashed in Calif he was found drown in the bay- There was a movie done on his life-
that stared Ronald Reagan - I haven't seen it yet- have to check the old movie rentals in the store for it just for the fun of it..

There was also a early Archibald Ralston who was in Washington Co PA - his will was recorded there. He served in the REV war under a Capt Fite= He died in 1831 & I'm looking for more info on him, DAR records said he was married to a Ann McCready???
BUT THE HISTORY OF Washington Co PA by Beers says that Ann McCready was married to Joseph Ralston son of Joseph Ralston of Kings Creek Brooke Co VA= which is the line of Ralston's that I'm from SO I'm looking for more info on Ann d/o Joseph & Catherine or Katherine McLaughlin McCready of Hookstown, Beaver Co PA. Joseph McCready's will only says his daughter Ann Ralston, his will was listed in Washington Co courthouse.

Hope this helps in your Ralston searching & maybe some others who are looking for info on their ties to the Ralston's in Washington Co PA.
LOVE TO LEARN more on any of these Ralston mentioned in the posting. OR hear from others who are researching some of these folks.
Take care,
& Happy Trails on all your researching in 2000.
Kim Ralston Dresser.1 Many publications identify Ann (Ralston) Kent as the daughter of John Ralston and Christianna Ann King of Northampton County, Pennsylvania. This, however, is not possible.
John and Christianna did have a daughter named Ann, who is mentioned in John Ralston's will (Northampton Co., PA, December 29, 1794). The first piece of evidence that this is not the wife of Thomas Kent is that in John Ralston's will, she is named as "Ann Ralston," not by what would have been her married name of "Ann Kent." (Ann (Ralston) Kent married Thomas Kent in 1778, so by 1794 she would have gone by her married name). In fact, the records bear out that John and Christianna (King) Ralston's daughter Ann married ca. 1803 to Charles Berry of Virginia, and was almost a generation younger than Thomas Kent's wife Ann. The DAR Lineages state that Ann Ralston, daughter of John and Christianna, was born in 1774 and died in Virginia in 1852. This makes any connection at all to the Northampton County Ralstons very unlikely.
John Ralston had a brother, Samuel Ralston, who married Sarah King (Christianna's sister). However, according to his will (1785) Samuel had no daughters named Ann. Nor is there any record of John and Samuel having had a sister named Ann. As Samuel and John, and their sisters Mary, Jane, and Lettice, were the first generation of this Ralston family born in America, it seems unlikely that Ann (Ralston) Kent can have any connection to the Northampton County Ralston family. Ann RALSTON was born on 7 April 1759 at New Jersey, USA. She married Thomas Kent circa 1 April 1778 at Cecil County, Maryland, USA.2 As of circa 1 April 1778,her married name was KENT.2 Ann RALSTON died on 27 April 1835 at Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 76. She was buried circa 30 April 1835 at Greene County Memorial Park, Waynesburg, Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA.


Thomas Kent b. 1 Mar 1748, d. 8 Jan 1835


  1. [S212] Unknown compiler.
  2. [S140] BOOK Cecil County, MD Marriage Ref. 1674-1824: Original records at MD State Archives.


M, b. 22 June 1787, d. 24 September 1853
FatherJames STARR b. 21 Jan 1758, d. 5 Apr 1822
MotherNancy REDDICK b. 14 Apr 1769, d. 7 Dec 1829
     Moses STARR was born on 22 June 1787 at Hampshire County, Virginia, USA. He married Elizabeth HARRIS on 22 May 1806 at Belmont County, Ohio, USA. Moses STARR died on 24 September 1853 at Clackamas County, Oregon, USA, at age 66; On Belmont County, OH myfamily.com web site, photo taken of Rev. Moses Starr's tombstone claimed it was taken in Alpine, OR.


Elizabeth HARRIS d. a 27 Jan 1817

Elizabeth HARRIS

F, d. after 27 January 1817
     Elizabeth HARRIS married Moses STARR, son of James STARR and Nancy REDDICK, on 22 May 1806 at Belmont County, Ohio, USA. Elizabeth HARRIS died after 27 January 1817 at Monroe County, Ohio, USA.


Moses STARR b. 22 Jun 1787, d. 24 Sep 1853


     Nancy ROBERTS married William Rose Frost, son of James Frost and Phoebe Green. Nancy ROBERTS was buried at Barnesville Cemetery, Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, USA.


William Rose Frost b. c 1777, d. 1850

Benjamin Frost

M, b. 1802, d. 1887
FatherWilliam Rose Frost b. c 1777, d. 1850
MotherNancy ROBERTS
     Benjamin Frost married Martha (?)1 Benjamin Frost married Marriett (?)1 Benjamin Frost was born in 1802 at Belmont County, Ohio, USA. He died in 1887.

Family 1

Marriett (?) b. c 1826, d. 1865

Family 2

Martha (?) b. c 1806, d. 1853


  1. [S131] Benjamin Frost unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, wife Martha 1853 ae 47
    wife Marriett 1865 ae 39.

Josiah Frost

M, b. 3 January 1807, d. 25 January 1852
FatherWilliam Rose Frost b. c 1777, d. 1850
MotherNancy ROBERTS
     Josiah Frost was born on 3 January 1807. He died on 25 January 1852 at age 45.