Thursday, May 13, 2010

Gorby, Ebenezer

Summary of Ebenezer GORBY - 13 May 2010
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Name: Ebenezer GORBY
Sex: Male
Father: Thomas GORBY (abt 1730 - bef 24 Mar 1814)
Mother: Elisabeth ALLMAN (1740 - aft 1814)

Individual Facts
Birth 1784 Westmoreland Co., PA
Death 22 Dec 1852 (age 68) Marshall Co., VA
Burial 22 Dec 1852 (age 68) Bowman Ridge, Marshall Co., VA, Methodist Cemetery

Marriages/Children
1. Prudence PARSONS
Marriage 26 Mar 1805 (age 21) Washington Co., PA
Children
... Mary GORBY (1806 - )
... Hannah GORBY (29 Oct 1808 - bef 1870)
... Elizabeth GORBY (1810 - 1891)
... Rebecca GORBY (1812 - )
... Miriam GORBY (5 May 1813 - 11 Dec 1888)
... Annie GORBY (26 May 1814 - 1 Jan 1909)
... Daniel GORBY (1815 - 1895)
... Barbara Jane GORBY (Apr 1820 - 1900)
... Vincent Parsons GORBY (2 Jun 1822 - 1885)
... Phoebe GORBY (1824 - )
... Mahala GORBY (1826 - bef 1858)
... Jesse E. GORBY (1828 - abt 1903)
... Martha GORBY (1830 - )
... Clymens GORBY (1834 - )

Notes (Individual)
General:
Ebenezer Gorby

RESEARCHER: Some information about the names of the children, of Ebenezer Gorby, and their spouses funished by Joyce Winkle. No source citations.

REFERENCE: see pg 975 TCR
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

MILITARY: Ebenezer Gorby served in the War of 1812.
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

LAND: Ebenezer Gorby received 60 acres of land on Fish Creek in 1830.
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

CENSUS: Ohio Co 1830 census page 216
Gorby, Ebenezer 40-50, wife 40-50, male 0-5, male 5-10, male 10-15, male 15-20,
2 females 0-5, female 5-10, 2 females 10-15, female 15-20, 4 females 20-30
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

CENSUS: Marshall co 1840 census page 31
Gorby, Ebenezer 50-60, wife 50-60, male 10-15, male 15-20, male 20-30, 2 female
10-15, female 15-20, female 20-30
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

CENSUS: #394 Marshall Co 1850
Gorby, Ebenezer 65 PA Miller, Prudence 66 PA, Martha 20 VA, Cylmena 16 VA
(Cynthia)
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

LAND: Bounty Land Grant by Widow on 25 JUL 1855 - 160 acres.
[QUESTION: Wasn't this after the death of Ebenezer Gorby? REH]
(Furnished by Vernon Anderson)

1 comment:

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