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Link to the Linkpendium Critchfield Family:

http://www.linkpendium.com/genealogy/USA/sur/surc-C/surc-Cri/sur-Critchfield/

Critchfield Family Crest and Name History:

http://www.houseofnames.com/xq/asp.fc/qx/critchfield-family-crest.htm?A=54323-224

Critchfield Trees

http://www.linkoffaithhaiti.org/critchfield.htm


Critchfield Families

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~lpproots/Critchfield/

Critchfield Genealogy

http://www.doddridgecountyroots.com/register/critchfield.htm

Ancestors of Lahlee Duggins to William Critchfield

Generation No. 1

Lahlee Duggins

She married (1) William Joseph Knittle. She married (2) Frank Anthony Morrell

Children of Lahlee Duggins and William Knittle are:
i. Raymond George10 Knittle,
ii. William Joseph Knittle, Jr
iii. Susan Quentine Knittle
iv. Richard Michael Knittle,

Generation No.2

Louis "Denzel"Duggins

He married (1) Quentine "Tiny" Juanita Alsup He married (2) Geraldine Mae Lawrence He married (3) Bernadine Pearl Smart

Children of Louis Duggins and Quentine Alsup are:
i. Lahlee Duggins
ii. Barbara Lee "Rusty" Duggins

Child of Louis Duggins and Geraldine Lawrence is:
i. Jeannette Gloria Duggins

Children of Louis Duggins and Bernadine Smart are:
i. Billie Dean Duggins
ii. Jackie Carolyn Duggins
iii. Frances Elizabeth Duggins
iv. Nedra Marie Duggins

Generation No. 3

William "Leonard" Duggins

He married Carrie (Caria) Adeline Alexander, He married Lester May Hobgood, He married Mary Viola Wilskey, He married Freida.

Children of William Duggins and Carrie Alexander are:
i. William Sanderson Duggins
ii. Russell Duggins
iii. Alex "Jack" Duggins,
iv. Louis "Denzel" Duggins
v. W. L. Duggins,
vi. Mary "Lovella" Alexander Duggins,

Children of William "Leonard" Duggins and Mary Viola Wilskey:

i. Edward Theodore Duggins

Generation No. 4

Alexander Campbell Duggins

He married Martha "Mattie" Critchfield, He married (2) Sarah (Gardard) Goddard He married (3) Sarah Elizabeth Taylor He married (4) Minerva Jane Cotter He married (5) Cynthia

Children of Alexander Duggins and Martha Critchfield are:
i. Louis Edward Duggins
ii. William "Leonard" Duggins.
iii. John Medium Duggins.

Children of Alexander Duggins and Sarah Goddard are:

Clara Duggins

Children of Alexander Duggins and Sarah Elizabeth Taylor are:

i. Josie ";Rebecca" Belle Duggins

ii. Mary Elizabeth Duggins

iii. Daniel "Reuben" Duggins

Ancestors of Martha "Mattie" Critchfield

Generation No. 1

1. Martha "Mattie" Critchfield, born 1847 in Lewis, Clay County, Indiana; died Bet. 07 May 1880 - 1888 in Kentucky (Possibly Owen County). She was the daughter of 2. James Thomas Critchfield and 3. Pernetta (Permette) White. She married (1) Alexander Campbell Duggins 07 Oct 1873 in Sullivan County, Indiana. He was born 26 Mar 1851 in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky, and died 19 Jun 1930 in Irvine, Estill County, Kentucky. He was the son of Daniel Duggins and Mary Ann Kidd.

Notes for Martha "Mattie' Critchfield:
1870 United States Federal Census
about Martha House (Critchfield)
Name: Martha House
Estimated birth year: abt 1847
Age in 1870: 23
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1870: Lewis, Clay, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Female
Post Office: Coffee
With Pernety House (Mother)

More About Martha "Mattie" Critchfield:
Date born 2: 1855

Notes for Alexander Campbell Duggins:
{1/16 Native American}

Alexander Campbell Duggins is age 9 when he first appears in the 1860 Federal Census for Garrard County, Kentucky, page 44 with his parents, Daniel 35 and Mary 27 and his siblings. He is listed as "A".

1870 United States Federal Census
about Alex Dugan
Name: Alex Dugan
Estimated birth year: abt 1849
Age in 1870: 21
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1870: Perry, Marion, Indiana
Occupation: Farmhand
Race: White
Gender: Male
Post Office: Southport

Alexander DAGINS :1880 Federal Census
Age: 40
Estimated birth year: 1840
Birthplace: Kentucky
Occupation: Farmer
Relation: Self
Home in 1880: Lusbys Mill, Owen, Kentucky
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Head of household: Alexander DAGINS
Father's birthplace: KY
Mother's birthplace: KY
Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lusbys Mill, Owen, Kentucky; Roll: T9_437; Family History Film: 1254437; Page: 144B; Enumeration District: 141; Image: 0293

>Alexander DAGINS 40 1840 Kentucky Self Married White Male Lusbys Mill, Owen, KY
Lenard DAGINS 4 1876 Kentucky Son Single White Male Lusbys Mill, Owen, KY
Lewis DAGINS 2 1878 Kentucky Son Single White Male Lusbys Mill, Owen, KY
Mattie DAGINS 30 1850 Kentucky Wife Married White Female Lusbys Mill, Owen

1900 Federal Census for Randolph County, Missouri:
Duggins, Alexander 49, May 1851 Kentucky
Duggins, Minerva C 47, May 1853 Tennessee
Duggins, Rebecca B 10, August 1889 Missouri
Duggins, Mary E 8, July 1891 Missouri

Duggins, Alexander (With Minerva)
Age: 58
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: KY
State: Missouri
County: RANDOLPH
Locale: SUGAR CRK TWP
Series: T624
Roll: 807
Part: 2
Page: 165A

Alexander is not found in the 1920 Census

1930 Federal Census Page 12 A
Alex C Duggins 78 1851 Kentucky Head White Riddell and Thomas, Estill, KY

More About Alexander Campbell Duggins:
Burial: 20 Jun 1930, Granville and Fannie King's Yard (sister and brother-in-law)

Marriage Notes for Martha Critchfield and Alexander Duggins:
Alexander Duggens married M. Critchfield on October 7, 1873 in Sullivan Co. IN (bk 4, pg 328)
(Marriage records for Sullivan County, Indiana.)

Generation No. 2

2. James Thomas Critchfield, born Abt. 1791 in Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1861 in Lewis, Clay County, Indiana. He was the son of 4. Nathaniel Critchfield and 5. Elizabeth. He married 3. Pernetta (Permette) White Abt. 1830 in Probably Clay County, Indiana.
3. Pernetta (Permette) White, born 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died Aft. 1880 in Sullivan County, Indiana. She was the daughter of 6. David White and 7. Mary "Polly" Denny.

Notes for James Thomas Critchfield:

World Family Tree Volume 36, Tree 525, asserts that James T. Critchfield, son of Nathaniel (b.1757 Hunterdon Co., NJ) "was chief of the Blackfoot Tribe."

Information on this family gleaned on: www.rootsweb.com, www.familysearch.com, www.ancestry.com, and Census records.

Census info -
1850 - Clay Co.,IN.(p.261)
1860 - Clay Co.,IN.(p.613)

1850 United States Federal Census
about James Crihfield (Critchfield)
Name: James Crihfield
Age: 59
Estimated birth year: abt 1791
Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Gender: Male
Home in 1850
(City,County,State): Lewis, Clay, Indiana

1860 United States Federal Census
about James Critchfield
Name: James Critchfield
Age in 1860: 68
Birth Year: abt 1792
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1860: Lewis, Clay, Indiana
Gender: Male
Post Office: Coffee
Household Members: Name Age
James Critchfield 68
Pernetta Critchfield 48
Mideon Critchfield 23
William Critchfield 22
Marion Critchfield 20
Crosby Critchfield 16
Martha Critchfield 14
Sarah J Critchfield 12
Lewis V Critchfield 10
Elzora E Critchfield 6

More About James Thomas Critchfield:
Burial: Abt. 1861, Friendly Grove Cemetery, Lewis, Clay County, Indiana

Notes for Pernetta (Permette) White:
Census info -
1850 - Clay Co.,IN.(p.261)
1860 - Clay Co.,IN.(p.613)
1870 - Clay Co.,IN.(p.118)
1880 - Sullivan Co.,IN.(p.427)(TN/KY)

1870 United States Federal Census
about Parnety House
Name: Parnety House
Estimated birth year: abt 1812
Age in 1870: 58
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1870: Lewis, Clay, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Female
Post Office: Coffee


Children of James Critchfield and Pernetta White are:
i. David Critchfield, born Abt. 1832 in Indiana.
ii. Median (Mideon) Critchfield, born Abt. 1837 in Indiana.
iii. William Critchfield, born Abt. 1838 in Indiana.
iv. Esther Ann Critchfield, born Dec 1838 in Indiana.
v. Crosby (Cansby) Critchfield, born Abt. 1844 in Indiana.
1 vi. Martha "Mattie" Critchfield, born 1847 in Lewis, Clay County, Indiana; died Bet. 07 May 1880 - 1888 in Kentucky (Possibly Owen County); married Alexander Campbell Duggins 07 Oct 1873 in Sullivan County, Indiana.
vii. Sarah Jane Critchfield, born Abt. 1848 in Clay County, Indiana.
viii. Lewis Van Critchfield, born Abt. 1849 in Clay County, Indiana.
ix. Elzora Edith (Elizanne) Critchfield, born Abt. 1854 in Clay County, Indiana.

Generation No. 3

4. Nathaniel Critchfield, born 1757 in New Jersey; died 01 Jun 1859 in Elkhart County, Indiana. He was the son of 8. Amos Critchfield and 9. Anna Maria Andries Andriessen. He married 5. Elizabeth Bef. 1790.
5. Elizabeth

Children of Nathaniel Critchfield and Elizabeth are:
i. Arthur Critchfield, born 1790; married Elizabeth.
2 ii. James Thomas Critchfield, born Abt. 1791 in Pennsylvania; died Abt. 1861 in Lewis, Clay County, Indiana; married Pernetta (Permette) White Abt. 1830 in Probably Clay County, Indiana.
iii. Absalom Critchfield, born 1796 in Pennsylvania; died 1856 in Clay County, Indiana; married Elizabeth Jolley in 9 NOV 1823.

6. David White, born 30 Jun 1793 in Kentucky; died 25 Sep 1848 in Clay County, Indiana. He was the son of 12. Edward White and 13. Sarah. He married 7. Mary "Polly" Denny 23 Sep 1811 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
7. Mary "Polly" Denny, born 14 Sep 1794 in Kentucky; died 12 May 1844 in Clay County, Indiana. She was the daughter of 14. Zachariah Denny and 15. Sophia.

Notes for David White:
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Research note:
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I have also reviewed the Owen Co., IN information about David F. WHITE, w ho had a son Granville who was deaf and dumb. This is a different WHITE f amily than the David and Mary (called Polly) WHITE of Clay Co. ,IN. The C lay Co. David WHITE also had a son Granville. This Granville was born i n 1820 in Kentucky and would not be be the "minor heir' listed in the D avid F WHITE probate records in 1848. If I recall correctly, the Owen C o David F WHITE came to Indiana from Ohio.

The Clay Co. Granville WHITE married Evaline E. Smith, daughter of Trum an and Ensebe Smith. Truman Smith was the owner of the pottery establis hment in Clay Co. This Granville Evaline had a son, Delano D. WHITE, w ho, at age 47, married Sarah O Price on 14 Oct 1893 in Owen Co. The Cla y Co Granville died in 1851. It appears from the Owen Co. records that t he Owen Co. Granville White was still living in 1855.
Edward WHITE, (married Elizabeth HUDDLESTON) is a brother to the Clay C o Granville WHITE

Temperance WHITE (married Larkin WHITE) is a sister of Edward and Granv ille. Other siblings include Gideon, Cyrus G., Warren, Pernety and Esth er.

Temperance Larkin had a son, Silas Van White, who also was involved i n pottery work.

The Clay Co. David WHITE had 16 children -- One was named Granville, bu t none of them were named James J., Jasper M. nor William D.

I have no additional info on Delano D. WHITE at this time.

Jeanette S. French

Birth: 30 JUN 1793 in Kentucky
Note:
This date is from a descendant of his, jfrench1@prodigy.net(June 2002).

Death: 25 SEP 1848 in Clay County, Indiana 1
Census: 1820 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
He is listed on page 36,as follows: 100210-31100. There may have been a 1 i n the third column, there was a blot. The four children under 10 are pr obably his and Polly's. The other people could be the remnants of his f ather's family.

It should be noted that in 1810, there was a David White with a family a s follows: 31010-20010. My thought is that this is too old to be the D avid who seems to be the son of Edward. The one who is there in 1820 s eems more likely to be the right one. I don't think the 1810 and 1820 a re the same person because it seems to me they should have had more chi ldren in the 10-16 category in 1820 if they were the same. Note that I c ould not locate David's father-in-law, Zachariah Denney, in 1820. Zacha riah was in Clay County, Indiana, in 1830.

Census: 1840 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
Listed on page 350, same page as his father-in-law, Zachariah Denny, an d also Larkin White and Larkin Baker. David is listed as: 0012101/30200 01. This is a bit difficult to interpret. David and wife are given as a ge 40-50. It seems doubtful to me that they would have been the parents o f the three girls under age 5. Therefore, I think the male age 20-30 (b 1 810-1820) must be the father of these children, would have been the boy b orn that range listed in 1820. There is no female of an age to be the m other of three small children, so probably his wife has died. From this , I would think David and Polly have two males b 1820-1825, 2 females b 1 825-1830, and 1 male b 1825-1830 still at home. Probably their family w as complete by 1830.

I had wondered if Benjamin White (1840--110001/11101) was a son of Davi d but at age 30-40, he could be too old. Born 1800-1810, I wonder if he w as a brother of David and Joel, would have been too young to get menti oned in the records before they left Pulaski County.(Note that later I d ecided to add Benjamin as a son of Edward, based on the fact that he wa s living in the same area as these other Whites.)
Residence: , when he patented land, 1832 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
He patented 80 acres. His land was the West 1/2 of the South East 1/4, s ection 24, Township 10 North, range 7 West, of the second principal Mer idian in Indiana.

Residence: , when he is mentioned in the land records, 14 JAN 1837 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
David and Mary White witnessed a deed for James and Delaney Luther. I t hink David must have been active in the community, since I see that Mar y White witnessed a deed for James Scotchfield later that same year, an d David White was a Justice of the Peace who certified that deed. It wo uld be interesting to know how the Justice of the Peace got the job--wa s he elected or appointed? And what was his jurisdiction, the whole co unty, or just the local township in which he lived?

David White, E. J. Cromwell, and Andrew Lackey witnessed a deed for Fre derick Halfman (Huffman?)and wife Elizabeth to Walker Lankford, the 8th F ebruary 1837.

On 22 September 1838, David White bought 40 acres from Richard Baker fo r $110. This was the Southwest 1/4 North East 1/4, section 24, Townshi p 10 North, Range 7. It was witnessed by John Tand Esther Alexander.

David was still a Justice of the Peace on 17 November 1838 when he ackn owledged a deed for James Pritchett to Carlton Bateman.

David White purchased land from Elias and Polly Cooprider on 7 Aug. 18 39, 40 acres for $100. The land was described as the North East 1/40 N W 1/4 Section 25, Township 10 North, Range 7 West. John T. Alexander a nd John Cooprider were witnesses.

I found a listing for David White as a Justice of the Peace on 2 Sept. 1 839, when Michael Luther and Mary his wife sold land to James Cole. Wil liam Cole was a second witness. Also, on 16 January 1840 David appeared a s a Justice of the Peace. (Book D page 529)

Event: Military 10 NOV 1814 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
He served until 10 May 1815. The information regarding this service is f ound in the land records of Pulaski County, book 3 p. 104. He appointe d his friend, Samuel Evans as his attorney to draw all of the wages bel onging to him for serving a number of tours of duty in Captain John Eva ns Companies of infantry, attached to the 15th regiment of Kentucky, de tached militia, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Gabriel Slaught er, in the service of the United States for the expedition at New Orlea ns. This power of attorney was signed 18 July 1816, witnessed by John M cCullough. ( It is interesting to note that William McCullough also ap pointed Samuel Evans as his attorney to receive the same pay.)

This document was recorded and proven 23 July 1816.

As administrator of the estate of Edward White, along with Charles Coll ier, David also appointed Samuel Evans to collect the pay for Edward W hite.

Event: Living 21 JAN 1842 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
David was the Justice of the Peace on this date when Wilburn Owen sold l and to John M. Breeding.

David was an overseer of the poor for Harrison Township on 6 Aug. 1844, w hen along with William Edmondson, he arranged to bind Gideon Row, age 1 0, to John England.

Event: Tax List 1813 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
That year, he first appeared along with his father, Edward. They were b oth listed in Evans district. There is another David who was older. Ed ward and David are consistently shown on Buck Creek or Brush Creek. The o ther David White is often shown in a different district than Edward, wa s probably about the same age as Edward.

Father: Edward WHITE b: ABT 1765
Mother: Sarah (wife of Edward White) b: ABT 1765

Marriage 1 Polly DENNY b: 14 SEP 1794 in North Carolina
Married: 19 SEP 1811 in Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note: Edward White and Zachariah Denny were bondsmen. John Conrad wrote that t here is a historical sketch about Zachariah in the Clay County History b y Travis, in which it is stated that Zachariah came to Clay County with h is son-in-law, David White. 2

Children of David White and Mary Denny are:
3 i. Pernetta (Permette) White, born 1812 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died Aft. 1880 in Sullivan County, Indiana; married (1) James Thomas Critchfield Abt. 1830 in Probably Clay County, Indiana; married (2) Willliam House 24 Jan 1866 in Clay County, Indiana; married (3) Richard Pigg 22 Sep 1878 in Sulllivan County, Indiana.
ii. Temperance White, born 1817 in Kentucky; married Larkin White Abt. 1834; born 1815 in Kentucky; died 1870 in Middlebury, Harrison Township, Clay County, Indiana.
iii. Granville White, born 1820 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died 1851; married Eveline Smith Abt. 1842; born 1826 in Ohio.

Notes for Granville White:
www.rootsweb.com : Lou Pero loupero@aol.com

"Name: Granville WHITE
Given Name: Granville
Surname: WHITE
Sex: M
_UID: B2896406776EBC499DA8F890157BF8896D82
Change Date: 1 Jun 2006
Birth: 1820 in Pulaski County, Kentucky
Death: ABT 1852 in Clay County, Indiana
Census: 1850 Clay County, Indiana
Note: He was listed on page 547. Granville White 30 born Kentucky, a farmer a nd Potter, with real estate valued at $1500. Evaline 24 Ohio, Edda E 5 ( m), Delana D 3 (male), William H. 1, Joel 15 laborer. Note that I have a lways considered this Joel to be the son of Joel White who married Rebe cca Barnes.
Event: Living 28 AUG 1837 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
Granville and Larkin White were witnesses to a deed. Also, on a deed da ted 27 February 1837 but not recorded until 30 may 1838, Granville and M ary White are witnesses to a deed, where David White was the justice of t he peace. To see this close association between David and Mary seems to m e to be good evidence that they are related.

Granville and Mary White are witnesses to a deed on 16 December 1839 wh ere Davidis shown as Justice of the Peace. This was not recorded unti l 14 December 1840. John and Sarah Ott sold land to the Alfred Harris"

iv. Edward White, born 16 Jun 1822 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died 09 Jun 1883 in Clay County, Indiana; married Elizabeth Huddleston 15 Aug 1844 in Clay County, Indiana; born 11 Apr 1824 in Virginia; died 29 Nov 1899 in Clay County, Indiana.

Notes for Edward White:
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Name: Edward WHITE
Given Name: Edward
Surname: WHITE
Sex: M
_UID: 4BD4A0E4E5DB9B41B6517FB9A6A3C28E17FD
Change Date: 18 Feb 2006
Birth: 16 JUN 1822 in Pulaski County, Kentucky 1
Death: 9 JUN 1883 in Clay County, Indiana 1
Census: 1870 Clay County, Indiana
Note: They are listed on page 61, Harrison Township, enumerated 13 July 1870. E dward White 48 Kentucky, farmer, real-estate $860 and personal property $ 1054. Elizabeth 46, Louis Van 22, John A 20, William A 18, Alza Dean 1 5 (m), Francis M. (m) 14, Harry H. 10, Perry Wilson 8, Irena a 12, Minerva J. 6 all born Indiana.
Census: 1880 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
He is listed on p. 565, Harrison Township. Edward White 57 farmer, he a nd his parents born Kentucky. Wife Elizabeth 56 born Indiana. Children w ere Henry H. 20, Perry W. 18, Jane M 16, Cora 4, Mary E. 3. Also in the h ousehold, John N. Nicholson 22 laborer.

Note that it is doubtful that Cora and Mary are their children, based on the age of Elizabeth. Could they be grandchildren?

Generation No. 4

8. Amos Critchfield, born 1720 in Lebanon Twp, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Or England (Wales); died 1781 in Frankfort Twp, Hampshire County, Virginia [Now W.VA.]. He was the son of 16. William Critchfield and 17. Agnes Opdyck. He married 9. Anna Maria Andries Andriessen Bef. 1739.
9. Anna Maria Andries Andriessen, born in Germany.

Notes for Amos Critchfield:
From Carroll Reinert : cr05447@earthlink.net

AMOS3 CRITCHFIELD (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1720 in Lebano
n Twp, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and died February 1781 in H
ampshire Co., Virginia. He married UNKNOWN.
His name may have been Whitfield at first.
1. He was born in England, then went to Wales, then a short tim
e later came to the US, between 1735 and 1745. He came first t
o New Jersey, then to Virginia. He has six sons, William, John
, Samuel, Joseph, Nathaniel, and Benjamin. Two of Amos's sons w
ent to Somerset County, Pennsylvania, Benjamin and William. Will
iam settled in Milford Township, Somerset Co., Penn, and Benjami
n settled in Northampton Twp, Somerset Co., Penn.
2. A second reference says that he was born in Wales, and came t
o America in 1745, at age 20. This reference lists only 5 sons
, leaving out Benjamin. [Source: from "The Biography of the Crit
chfield Race from AD 1725 to 1896" by Ashford Bird Critchfield [
Lewis H.-4, Lorenzo Dow-3, John-2, Amos-1] 1896, Elmwood, Nebras
ka]
3. A third reference says a William was born in Hunterdon County
, New Jersey, in Lebanon Twp in 1720, Lebanon Twp, Hunterdon Cou
nty, New Jersey; and died February 1781, Hampshire Co.
Virginia.
4. He was pressed into service in the British Navy, on the easte
rn shore of New Jersey, in the spring of 1746. He was determine
d to make his escape. He and a friend practiced rowing around t
he ship, whenever they could. One day they took of for shore, a
nd made it, without getting shot. William changed his name fro
m Whitfield to Critchfield and began working as a stone mason
. He was married in a short time and settled in Deleware and st
ayed there until his death. He and his and his German wife ha
d six sons, William, John, Samuel, Joseph, Nathaniel, and Benjam
in.
AFN: CC69-9J Ancestral File Number from records of Mormon Church
.
---------- Looking at maps concerning the settling of Ohio, th
e following is to be noted: The area where Muskingum County is p
resently located in 1800 is Washington County, Ohio. Half of Kn
ox Co. is in Washington Co, and half is in Ross Co. Wayne Count
y is in "Indian Lands," as are Richland, Ashland, and Wayne Coun
ties.
In 1810, There are no Holmes or Coshocton Counties. Half of Ho
lmes is Muskingum Co., and half is Stark Co. Wayne is Stark Co
. at this time. Knox Co. in 1810 covers Ashland, Richland, Morr
ow, and Knox Co of present day.
In 1820, Wayne county is there and it and Coshocton divide the a
rea of Holmes Co. between them. Holmes is not there yet. Kno
x Co. goes a little further west to pick up part of Morrow Co. R
ichland has its own present area plus parts of Ashland and Morro
w Co. There is no Ashland or Morrow yet. Muskingum now has it
s present boundaries.
In 1830, Holmes Co. now exists in its present boundaries. Richl
and is the same as in 1820, having parts of Ashland and Morrow i
nside its boundaries. The same is true in 1840.
In 1850, the whole state is the same as present boundaries excep
t for Noble county, which is divided between Washington, Morgan
, Guernsey, and Monroe.
In 1860, Noble is there and the county boundaries are the same f
rom 1860 to 1920.
----------- On the Federal census in 1790, in Pennsylvania, I fi
nd Benjamin, Joseph, and Nathaniel in Somerset County, page 55
6 and 557; John in Washington Co, on page 802; and Joshua in Bed
ford County, on page 416.
In Pennsylvania in 1800, I have not looked.
In Pennsylvania in 1810, there is Arthur in Greene Co, on page 3
4 in Whitely township, and Benjamin on page 442 in Southhampto
n twp in Somerset Co.. Source is Federal Census.
In PA in 1820 Federal census, there is Lemuel Critchfield in All
egeny Co, on page 108 in St. Clair township.
In PA in 1830, there are two Jacobs and two Williams in Milfor
d Township, in Somerset Co., on page 4. There are two Benjamin
s in Somerset Co, in Southampton Township on page 39, and a Joh
n on page 4 in Milford twp, in Somerset Co, and a

Children of Amos Critchfield and Anna Andriessen are:
i. Amos Jr. Critchfield
ii. Hester Critchfield, born 13 Nov 1739 in Maryland; died 09 Jan 1792 in Allegheny County, Maryland.
iii. Benjamin Critchfield, born 25 May 1751 in NewJersey.
iv. Joshua Critchfield, born 27 May 1753 in Sussex County, New Jersey.
4 v. Nathaniel Critchfield, born 1757 in New Jersey; died 01 Jun 1859 in Elkhart County, Indiana; married Elizabeth Bef. 1790.
vi. William Critchfield, born 31 May 1758 in Sussex County, New Jersey.
vii. Absalom Critchfield, born 1765 in New Jersey.
viii. Joseph Critchfield, born 1772 in Hampshire County, Virginia.

12. Edward White, born 13 May 1764 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia; died Jun 1815 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. He was the son of 24. William Sr. White and 25. Mary. He married 13. Sarah 1788.
13. Sarah, born 1765.

Notes for Edward White:
www.rootsweb.com : Lou Pero loupero@aol.com

"It is interesting to me that Edward seems to first appear in Pulaski Co unty, Kentucky, in 1801. Other Whites who appeared at the same time ar e William, Lambert, and Westley.all are shown as over 21. Only Willia m has one extra male age 16-20. It is not clear to me whether the tax l ists are complete for succeeding years, or whether I read them correct ly. In some years one or another of these four does not appear

In Pulaski County court records, Book 2 page 310, June 1809, "On the mo tion of William White certificate is granted him for obtaining letters o f administration on the estate of James White, deceased, he having firs t made oath as required by law and entered into and acknowledged bond w ith Lambert White and Peter Lee his securities... In the penalty of $50 0. It is ordered that Joseph Erwine, Job Gaston, Adonijah Morgan and J esse Richardson or any three of them... To inventory and appraise the p ersonal estate of James White deceased. The inventory appeared in the w ill book on 23 November 1809. As far as I can see, James never appeare d on the tax list. This seems to suggest that William and Lambert are c onnected to James, and since William and Lambert are almost always list ed close to each other in the tax list this seems to indicate that ther e was a connection.

In 1808 the county has been divided into two districts. At that point, G eorge, Henry and David White appear to be in the same area, possibly on F ishing Creek. George said his land was entered by George Collier or Co llum. Lambert and William are on Buck Creek. Edward, Wesley and j Step hen White are in a different district, Edward and Wesley having been ad ded to the tax roll on June seventh and Stephen on July 8. Edward said h is land was entered by B Cummins.This is the first year that we have ot her names than the original William, Lambert, Edward and Wesley. Looki ng at these groupings, I would guess that we have Edward and Wesley and S tephen probably closely related. Then I think that Henry and David (the o lder David in the 1810 census) and George are another group, with a thi rd group comprised of Lambert and William.That is not to say that thes e three groups are not related to each other--I would guess they probab ly all are. And James could very well have been the father of all of t he original four.

Birth: ABT 1765
Note: This estimate is based on his age in 1810, and also subsequent events.
Death: BEF JUN 1815 in Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
Edward's will is found in Pulaski County will book, LDS microfilm 598.7 53, p. 190. It is dated 3 November 1814, and was presented for probate o n 26 June 1815, proved by Leonard McKinney. Sarah McCoy also gave oath t hat this was Edward's will. The text is as follows "This is to certify t hat I wish my small children to have the benefit of my property that I l eave behind me till they are raised and then I want what is left to be e qually divided among all the children. Edward White"

Noting that dates of military service, it appears to me that he made hi s will before he left for New Orleans. I wonder if he made it back to K entucky before he died.
1
Census: 1810 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
He is listed on page 129: 31210/11010. Note that both Edward and wife a re in the 26-45 age bracket. There are two males born 1784-1794, probab ly David and Joel, one male born 1794-1800 (not known), one female born 1 794-1800 (Seley), three males born 1800-1810 (probably one was Benjamin ), and one female born 1800-1810 (Lydia). Note that of this list we ar e missing three boys.

I believe that in 1820, David White has in his household two brothers b orn 1794-1804 and one sister born 1804-1810. I don't see their mother i n 1820, although she must have been still alive, since she gave permiss ion for the marriage of Lydia in 1825, under the name of Sarah White. A ctually, it is possible that Sarah may have had two or three more child ren before Edward died in 1815, although at this point we don't have an y evidence of such.
Residence: , when he bought goods at an estate sale for Daniel Adams, 29 JUL 1814 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
Elijah Barnes also bought items at this sale.

Event: Military 10 NOV 1814 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Note:
He served until 10 May 1815. He was in a Captain John Evans's company o f infantry, the 15th regiment of Kentucky detached militia under the c ommand of Lieutenant Colonel Gabriel Slaughter, lately in the service o f the United States on the expedition at New Orleans.

Note that David White also served in the same unit for the same period o f time

From "Don't Know Much About History," by Kenneth C. Davis, I note that t he war began in June, 1812. According to Davis, the United States was n ot prepared to fight this war and had to call in men in a hurry. The Br itish aimed their assault at three different points, namely from Canada t hrough the Great Lakes, another at middle America in the Washington D.C . area, and third aimed at the Gulf Coast. Andrew Jackson was charged w ith defending the Gulf Coast area. When he learned of the large Britis h invasion fleet sailing there from Jamaica, he began an elaborate syst em of fortification, which was completed just before Christmas, 1814. U nknown to Jackson, a peace treaty was signed on December 24. In Januar y, the Battle of New Orleans took place. This battle was a resounding v ictory for the Americans. Two thousand British troops died with the lo ss of only 8 Americans and a small number of wounded.
It is interesting to me that Edward seems to first appear in Pulaski Co unty, Kentucky, in 1801. Other Whites who appeared at the same time ar e William, Lambert, and Westley.all are shown as over 21. Only Willia m has one extra male age 16-20. It is not clear to me whether the tax l ists are complete for succeeding years, or whether I read them correct ly. In some years one or another of these four does not appear."

Children of Edward White and Sarah are:
6 i. David White, born 30 Jun 1793 in Kentucky; died 25 Sep 1848 in Clay County, Indiana; married Mary "Polly" Denny 23 Sep 1811 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
ii. Joel White, born 1792 in Kentucky; died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Middlebury, Harrison Township, Clay County, Indiana; married Rebecca Barnes 26 Apr 1814 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; born 1795; died 1840 in Middlebury, Harrison Township, Clay County, Indiana.
iii. Celia White, born 15 May 1797 in Kentucky.
iv. Benjamin White, born 1801 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; married Margaret Abt. 1830; born 1806 in Indiana.

Notes for Benjamin White:
I took his birth year from the 1850 census for Clay County. I have not f ound anything that definitely indicates he was a son of Edward. However , he lived in the same neighborhood as David and Joel. He was of an ag e to be one of the "small children" mentioned by Edward in his will. On t his circumstantial evidence I have decided to add Benjamin to the famil y of Edward.

Death: BEF 1860 in Clay County, Indiana
Note: His wife, margaret, was listed as head of household in 1860.
Census: 1840 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
He is listed on page 351, 110001/11101. Others on the same page includ ed Robert Thorlton, William Breeding, James Luther, Waller Cash, John L ong, and James Cole.

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Census: 1850 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
He is on page 614. Benjamin White 49 Kentucky, a farmer, with real-est ate valued at $400. His wife, Margaret 44 Indiana. Children James 18, J acob 14, Ann 11, William 8, John W 5, and Elizabeth 5/12.

Residence: , when he patented land, 5 SEP 1838 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
At that time he patented NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 10, T 9 N, R 6W.

On 1 may 1845, he also patented the NW 1/4 SE 1/4 of the same section of land.

Father: Edward WHITE b: ABT 1765
Mother: Sarah (wife of Edward White) b: ABT 1765

Marriage 1 Margaret b: 1806 in Indiana

v. Lydia White, born 1805 in Kentucky.

14. Zachariah Denny, born 1765; died 1839 in Clay County, Indiana. He was the son of 28. Zachariah Denney and 29. Mary. He married 15. Sophia.
15. Sophia

Children of Zachariah Denny and Sophia are:
i. Mahulda "Hulda" Denny, born 1791 in Kentucky.
7 ii. Mary "Polly" Denny, born 14 Sep 1794 in Kentucky; died 12 May 1844 in Clay County, Indiana; married David White 23 Sep 1811 in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
iii. Mordecai Denny, born 1797 in Kentucky; married Mary; born Abt. 1790 in South Carolina.

Notes for Mordecai Denny:
www.rootsweb.com : Lou Pero loupero@aol.com

"Name: Mordecai DENNY
Given Name: Mordecai
Surname: Denny
Sex: M
_UID: 54D31A3614637E44BCB6FA651595CD88802C
Change Date: 22 Apr 2006
Birth: ABT 1797 in North Carolina
Note:
His name is from the Rootsweb.com posting by Walter E. Engle.

Census: 1840 Clay County, Indiana
Note:
Mordecai Denny was listed as 0100001/00100001. He was living next door t o his father.

Father: Zachariah DENNY b: ABT 1770 in North Carolina
Mother: Sophia b: ABT 1772"

iv. Charlotte "Lottie" Temple Denny, born 1800 in Morgan, Ashe County, North Carolina; died 10 Apr 1891 in Dodge, Boone, Iowa.

Generation No. 5

16. William Critchfield, born 13 Oct 1686 in Boston, Suffolk County, Mass; died 06 May 1773 in Lebanon, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He was the son of 32. William Critchfield and 33. Susannah Briggs. He married 17. Agnes Opdyck 1717 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
17. Agnes Opdyck, born Abt. 1698 in Newtown, Long Island, New York (Hunterdon Co, New Jersey) or Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey; died Aft. 1744. She was the daughter of 34. Johannes Lourensen Opdyck and 35. Tryntie "Catherine" Thys.

Notes for William Critchfield:
From
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Name: William CRITCHFIELD , Sr. 1
Sex: M
Birth: 13 OCT 1686 in Boston, Massachusetts 1
Birth: 10 APR 1693
Death: 6 MAY 1773 in Lebanon Twp., Hunterdon County, British Pro
v. of New Jersey 1
WILL: 5 JUN 1772 written
PROB: 6 MAY 1773
Note: William seems to have lived in or near a German settlem
ent called German Valley that developed in Hopewell, Trenton, an
d Hanover, New Jersey. William left a will in Hunterdon Co., Ne
w Jersey in 1772. In it, he included the name of his daughter, E
lizabeth. He was a rock mason.
will:
In the name of God amen. I William Crihfield, of the Township o
f Lebenon, in the County of Hunterdon, and Province of West Ne
w Jersey, Masson. Being in good helth of bodey and of a perfit m
ind and memory, praises be therefore given to Allmighty God, I d
u make and ordain this my last will and testement in manner an
d form as followeth, calling into mind the mortality of my bode
y and knoing that it tis apoynted for all men once to dey. Tha
t is to say, principally and first of all I give and recommend m
y sole into the hands of all mighty god that give it, and by mod
ey I recommend to the eirth to be buryed in a descent manner a
t the discresion of my executers nothing doubing but at the gene
ral resurrection I shall receve the same again by the mighty pow
er of god and as touching such worldly estates where with it hat
h pleased god to bless me in this life I give, demise, and dispo
se of the same in the following manner as followeth.
First, I will that all my just debts and funeral charges be paye
d and satisfyed. Item, it is my will to give to my eldest son Jo
hn, considering his former benefits and kindnesses already recei
ved, but twenty shillings procklemation money to be payed by m
y executers out of my estate when demended of them. I give and b
equeath to my well beloved son Jesper Crichfield all and singula
r the land and messeges and tenements whatsoever and wheresoeve
r and my moveabels estate to be maintained out of them till hi
s deth and the benefits of the rents of the lands. It is my wil
l that my well beloved son Arthur Crichfield shall have the you
s of all the above menchioned lands and tenements so long as h
e will faithfully provide for and carefully look after/ his sai
d brother Jesper acordening as it shall be approved of by the ex
ecuters whome I shall appoint and impower to inspect the farm an
d in case my son Arthur decease before my son Jesper or neglec
t to
preform his duty in takening care of his brother it shall be law
ful for my executers to place some other trusty person on the pr
emises to have the youse thereof for the services herin required
. Any my son Arthur or aney other person having the yous of th
e premises at the time of his deces shall brui him in a christi
n like order and after my son Jesper deceas I give and bequeat
h all the lands and tenements above menchened unto my son Arthu
r Crihfeld to him, his eirs and assines forever provided he or t
hem on any of them du will and truly pay or cause to be paid th
e sum of one hundred pounds current money procklemation, 50 pou
nds to be paid to my beloved son William Crichfield Junr or heir
s or executers one year after my son Jesper's deth. And the othe
r fifty pounds to be paid to my beloved son Joshua Crichfeaild o
r his heirs or administrator and second year after the aforesai
d son death. And my well beloved son Nathaniel hath all ready re
ceved his porshon and my well beloved dauter Susannah hath all r
eady reseved her porsion and my well beloved dauter deseased Rut
h by name hath all ready reseved her porshen and all the goods a
nd chattles that are mine that remain not spent on my son Jespe
r after his deseas shall be sold or devid equally between thes
e six of my well beloved children, namely: Amos, Catren, Elesebe
th, Abegil, Hannah, Rachel. Eitem -- I constitute and apoynt an
d ordain my beloved son William Crichfeald an

More About William Critchfield:
Date born 2: 13 Oct 1686
Date born 3: 10 Apr 1693

More About Agnes Opdyck:
Date born 2: Abt. 1690
Date born 3: 1701

Children of William Critchfield and Agnes Opdyck are:
i. William Critchfield, born 1710 in Prob. WoodbridgeTwp., Middlesex County, New Jersey.
ii. John Sr. Scrutchfield or Critchfield, born Abt. 1712 in WoodbridgeTwp., Middlesex County, New Jersey or Rowan County, North Carolina or Woodbridge, Middlesex, N.J.; died Abt. 1774 in Surry County, North Carolina; married Unknown.

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iii. Joshua Critchfield, born 1716 in New Jersey.
8 iv. Amos Critchfield, born 1720 in Lebanon Twp, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Or England (Wales); died 1781 in Frankfort Twp, Hampshire County, Virginia [Now W.VA.]; married Anna Maria Andries Andriessen Bef. 1739.
v. Susanna Critchfield, born 1722 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
vi. Ruth Critchfield, born 1724 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
vii. Agnes Critchfield, born 1725 in Lebonon Township, Huntington.
viii. Nathaniel Critchfield, born 1726 in Sussex County, New Jersey.
ix. Elizabeth Critchfield, born 1727 in Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County, British Prov. of New Jersey.
x. Rachel Critchfield, born 1730.
xi. Catherine Critchfield, born 1732 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
xii. Abigail Critchfield, born 1734 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
xiii. Hannah Critchfield, born 1736 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
xiv. Arthur (Crihfield) Critchfield, born 1740 in Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
xv. Joseph Critchfield, born 1742.
xvi. Jasper Critchfield, born 1744 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

24. William Sr. White, born 1735 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia; died 09 Jul 1806 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. He married 25. Mary.
25. Mary

Children of William White and Mary are:
i. William White, born 11 Feb 1763 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia; married Frances Greenwood.
12 ii. Edward White, born 13 May 1764 in Mecklenburg County, Virginia; died Jun 1815 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; married Sarah 1788.
iii. James White, born in Mecklenburg County, Virginia.

28. Zachariah Denney, born 1730 in Hanover County, Virginia; died 1808 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. He was the son of 56. John Denney and 57. Sarah Suddarth. He married 29. Mary.
29. Mary, born 1734 in Virginia; died 1838 in Virginia.

Child of Zachariah Denney and Mary is:
14 i. Zachariah Denny, born 1765; died 1839 in Clay County, Indiana; married Sophia.

Generation No. 6

32. William Critchfield, born Bef. 1660 in Wales or Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He married 33. Susannah Briggs 1686 in Boston, Massachusettes or Wales or England.
33. Susannah Briggs, born Bef. 1664 in Wales or Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Notes for William Critchfield:
From Boston, MA area.
It is said that William and Susannah had William b. 1686, Sara
h b. 1688, John b. 1690 , another Sarah b. 1690 and Mary b. 1692

Children of William Critchfield and Susannah Briggs are:
16 i. William Critchfield, born 13 Oct 1686 in Boston, Suffolk County, Mass; died 06 May 1773 in Lebanon, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; married Agnes Opdyck 1717 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
ii. Sarah Critchfield, born Abt. 1688.
iii. John Critchfield, born Abt. 1690.
iv. Mary Critchfield, born Abt. 1692.

34. Johannes Lourensen Opdyck, born Abt. 1650 in Gravesend or Newton, Long Island, New York; died Bef. 1729 in Hopewell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He was the son of 68. Louris Jansen Opdyck and 69. Styntje "Christina" Pieters. He married 35. Tryntie "Catherine" Thys 1674 in New York City, New York.
35. Tryntie "Catherine" Thys, born 16 Jun 1650 in Dutch Kills, Long Island, New York.

Child of Johannes Opdyck and Tryntie Thys is:
17 i. Agnes Opdyck, born Abt. 1698 in Newtown, Long Island, New York (Hunterdon Co, New Jersey) or Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey; died Aft. 1744; married William Critchfield 1717 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

56. John Denney, born 1690 in Hanover County, Virginia; died 1755 in Bedford County, Virginia. He was the son of 112. David Denney and 113. Rebecca Bell. He married 57. Sarah Suddarth Abt. 1724 in Northumberland County, Virginia.
57. Sarah Suddarth, born 1690 in Virginia; died 1756 in Bedford County, Virginia.

Child of John Denney and Sarah Suddarth is:
28 i. Zachariah Denney, born 1730 in Hanover County, Virginia; died 1808 in Lincoln County, Kentucky; married Mary.

Generation No. 7

68. Louris Jansen Opdyck, born 1606 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died 1659 in Gravesend, Kings County, New York. He was the son of 136. Jan Deriesen Op Dijk and 137. Margaret. He married 69. Styntje "Christina" Pieters Bet. 1625 - 1635 in Elburg, Gelderland, The Netherlands.
69. Styntje "Christina" Pieters, born Abt. 1608 in Elburg, Gelderland, Holland; died Bet. 16 Mar 1693 - 1994 in New Jersey.

Child of Louris Opdyck and Styntje Pieters is:
34 i. Johannes Lourensen Opdyck, born Abt. 1650 in Gravesend or Newton, Long Island, New York; died Bef. 1729 in Hopewell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; married Tryntie "Catherine" Thys 1674 in New York City, New York.

112. David Denney, born 1665 in Virginia; died Bet. 17 Jan 1731 - 1932 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He was the son of 224. Samuel Denney and 225. Unknown Southard. He married 113. Rebecca Bell.
113. Rebecca Bell, born 1665 in Virginia.

Child of David Denney and Rebecca Bell is:
56 i. John Denney, born 1690 in Hanover County, Virginia; died 1755 in Bedford County, Virginia; married Sarah Suddarth Abt. 1724 in Northumberland County, Virginia.

Generation No. 8

136. Jan Deriesen Op Dijk, born 1590 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died Aft. 1652 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland. He was the son of 272. Deric Jansen Op Dijk and 273. Elsken Mensen. He married 137. Margaret.
137. Margaret

Child of Jan Dijk and Margaret is:
68 i. Louris Jansen Opdyck, born 1606 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died 1659 in Gravesend, Kings County, New York; married Styntje "Christina" Pieters Bet. 1625 - 1635 in Elburg, Gelderland, The Netherlands.

224. Samuel Denney, born 1635 in Virginia; died 19 Nov 1718 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He was the son of 448. Robert Denney. He married 225. Unknown Southard.
225. Unknown Southard

Child of Samuel Denney and Unknown Southard is:
112 i. David Denney, born 1665 in Virginia; died Bet. 17 Jan 1731 - 1932 in Northumberland County, Virginia; married Rebecca Bell.

Generation No. 9

272. Deric Jansen Op Dijk, born Abt. 1565 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died Abt. 1651 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland. He was the son of 544. Jan Op Dijk. He married 273. Elsken Mensen.
273. Elsken Mensen, born Abt. 1565 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland.

Child of Deric Dijk and Elsken Mensen is:
136 i. Jan Deriesen Op Dijk, born 1590 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died Aft. 1652 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; married Margaret.

448. Robert Denney, born 1615 in Avon, England; died 1710 in Virginia.

Child of Robert Denney is:
224 i. Samuel Denney, born 1635 in Virginia; died 19 Nov 1718 in Northumberland County, Virginia; married Unknown Southard.

Generation No. 10

544. Jan Op Dijk, born Abt. 1540 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland.

Child of Jan Op Dijk is:
272 i. Deric Jansen Op Dijk, born Abt. 1565 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; died Abt. 1651 in Elberg, Gelderland, Holland; married Elsken Mensen.