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Another record of Elizabeth Kerns says she was born 1-17-1804 in Virginia.

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She married her sisters husband.

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In Arrasmith book it states he married 3 sisters, Polly Longnecker, Susanna Longnecker and Nancy Longnecker. I know he married Polly first on 3-16-1816. The book states he married Nancy next on 5-6-1819, but she died on 6-21-1862, and Susanna died before her 10-21-1849. So I think he married Susanna second and the date for him and Nancy is actually his and Susanna's marriage date. This is also validated by the dates listed for his and Susanna's children.

Thought this might be my William A's father, but he had a William Reeder Arrasmith born on 1837 and died the year my g-g-grandfather was born? in 1840. Maybe they had another son right after and named him after the son that died?
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On October 16-1850, William Arrasmith, aged 58 years, a resident of Washington Township, Preble County, Ohio appeared before a Justice of the Peace declaring that he was a private in the company commanded by Captain Combs in Colonel Johnson's regiment of calvary, a mounted volunteer (of
Kentucky) commanded by Colonel Richard M. Johnson of Kentucky in the War with Great Britian declared by the United States on June 18, 1812 -- for a term of six months. Honorably discharged with a certificate which was lost with his pocket book and other papers. He made the declaration for
the purpose of obtaining the bounty land to which he may be entitled under the "Act Granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have engaged in the military service of the United States passed
September 28th, 1850.

He received a land warrant for 80 acres and on April 2, 1855 made application for additional land. Family info above, compiled by Helen B. Caviness, 105 E. Gilmore, Winslow, AZ 86047 from the family bibles in her possession .

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Name spelling through Ancestry.com marriage record search. 9/99

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From Book "The Arrasmith Family - Eugene Township - the first 100 years"

"In 1822 came from Kentucky to Eugene Township with his wife Jane and son Richard, 4 years old."

Was a life long member of the Eugene Methodist Church.

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Moved to Sullivan County, Missouri, Clay Township in 1837.

He is buried at Judson Cemetery.

The family moved to Missouri between 1837 and 1845. At least two members of the family, Cassandra and Levina headed for the Oregon Territory in 1874. It should be noted that Mary Frances was a direct ancestor of the person who compiled the above data.
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1/17/02 Got his middle name from Steve Wolfe's ancestors: http://www.gencircles.com/users/wolfefam/1/data/5245

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Buried at Judson Cemetery.
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Date I show for birth is the 30th.......John Waller shows date as 20th

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He moved somewhere in Indiana between 1828 and 1833, but not to Vermillion County until 1851. The 1872 land owners map shows him living four miles southwest of Cayuga in Section 19 in Vermillion Township at the location now owned by the Davidson family. Alva was a trustee of the Eugene Methodist Church and Alexander was a life long member.

Buried in Thomas Cemetery in Newport, Indiana.

There is some conflicting dates re: Alva - he is also listed as Alva/Alvin and death date is 1820 (pg 95 Arrasmith book)

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1/27/02 John Waller shows name as Hoalsey

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She is listed in Arrasmith book as being married to Mr. Clen and Albert W. Mills

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Not sure where this note came from - "Died on trip to Oregon Territory before reaching Council Bluff - they show date as 1864." (Think from Arrasmith book - but may not be correct based on the following).

Genforum note on 3/3/99 from Carol Wildman (gwildman@pomeroy-wa.com) states that when William died in 1862 (Civil War??) she went west from Chillicothe Missouri with 11 children on the wagon train of 1864. It states she homesteaded in Washington state along with two of her brothers.