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See 1840 Gallatin, KY Census - Has two Thomas Arrowsmith families
1st family - eldest male 60-70, presumably father, Thomas Sr.
2nd family - eldest male is 30-40, presumably Thomas, Jr., also 1 male and 1 female under 5, 1 male 10-15, and one female 20-30.
1850 Gallatin, KY Census - Has only one Thomas Arrowsmith family, 40 farmer, with real estate worth $200, with wife Charity, 30, b. Indiana (neither read or write), their children are:
James W, 17
Mary E., 13
John T., 11
Joseph L, 7
David Waggoner, age 28, laborer
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Names and dates of the parents are from a family bible (Ewell Roberts Arrasmith of Bethel, KY). The other names are deduced or noted from old letters with son confirmed by the bible record.
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New York City Wills, 1754-1760
Search Terms: ARROWSMITH (1), THOMAS (280)
Results (1 combined matches)
Page 131.--In the name of God, Amen, March 10, 1752. I, PETER PERINE, of Richmond County, being in good health. "My wife Mary is to have that part of my real estate, as long as she lives, as the Law directs," and the use of the east room in my house, and the bed and furniture for the room, and
two cows, and fire wood, and the use of o125. I leave to my son Peter my silver hilted sword. To my son James o40. To my daughter Mary, wife of Thomas Arrowsmith, o50. To my daughter Margaret, wife of John Poillon, o50. These to be paid by my son Henry. To my daughter Sarah, wife of John See, o50. To my daughter Dinah, wife of Thomas Lee, o50, to be paid by my son Edward. I leave to my two youngest sons, Henry and Edward, all my real estate on Staten Island, having formerly disposed of my lands in
Middlesex County, East New Jersey, to my sons Peter and William. My son Henry is to have the east part of my farm with the buildings, and he is to pay to my son Edward o30 towards building and improvements. I leave to my son Henry a gun, and a horse and saddle. I leave to my son Edward my
long gun, and a horse and saddle. I leave to my three grand children, Nicholas, Ann, and Mary Britton, each o10. All the rest to my children, Peter, William, James, Mary Arrowsmith, Margaret Poillon, Sarah See, Dinah Lee, and the children of Daniel Perine. My executors are to sell personal estate at public venue, except my apparel, which I give to my sons Peter, William, and James. I make Thomas Arrowsmith, John Poillon, John Lee, of Somerset, and Henry Perine, executors.
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Buried in Henry County, Kentucky.
Two of their daughters married William Jones. (Squire)?
Not sure if all children are correct, have several others, Eliza Ann and Eliza Anna (twins) supposedly born 2-6-1839 near Sparta, Kentucky.
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Eliza must have died young, as she was not listed in 1860 census with her
husband and two young daughters.
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Not sure name spelling is exact.
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Older sister buried in Henry County, Kentucky
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Adelane was deaf and dumb.
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On October 19, 1863 Squire Jones (married to Elizabeth's sister, Emeline) applied for the guardianship of Joel Dean's children stating that the mother had remarried 3-17-1863 to James E. Si. The children are as listed on family sheet.
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Resided in Galena, Illinois in 1897
Buried Climbing Hill, Iowa.
Note H00256 Index
On October 19, 1863 Squire Jones (married to Elizabeth's sister, Emeline) applied for the guardianship of Joel Dean's children stating that the mother had remarried 3-17-1863 to James E. Si. The children are as listed on family sheet. (Joel Dean was killed in Civil War)
Buried at Climbing Hill, Iowa