Samuel George VanSickle1

(13 November 1850 - 23 January 1920)
     Samuel George VanSickle was born on November 13, 1850 in Virginia 1880 census gives Samuel G b MO.1,2,3 He was the son of Joseph VanSickle and Sarah Rickard.1 Samuel George VanSickle served in Capt S. H. VanSickel is authorized and Empowered to recruit and swear into the service a company for the 1st Army Corp, Missouri State Guard and report to Commanding General Joe S. Rains Missouri State Guard within 30 days. (photocopy of orig document in possession of gws) on October 13, 1864.
     Samuel married Emma Horn on February 11, 1875 in Ste Genevieve County, Missouri.4 Samuel George VanSickle witnessed the land purchase of Eli A VanSickle and.5 Samuel died on January 23, 1920 in St. Louis, St Louis, Missouri, at age 696,7 and was buried in Parkview Cemetery, Farmington, Saint Francois County, Missouri.8

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Union Twp, Chestnut Ridge, Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, Joseph 50, $4,000 $600 VA; Sarah 40 VAJoseph VanSickle9
1870Union Twp, Oak Ridge, Sainte Genevieve County, Missouri, Joseph 62, Farmer $1500, $550 VA, Sarah 54, VAJoseph VanSickle10
1880Saline Twp., Sainte Genevieve County, Missouri, Samuel G 29 MO, Emily E MO, Jennie B 5 MO, Minnie C 1 MOSamuel George VanSickle11
1900Vath Township, Desoto, Jefferson County, MissouriSamuel George VanSickle2

Children of Samuel George VanSickle and Emma Horn

  • Jennie B VanSickle 12 b. 1875
  • Minnie C VanSickle 13 b. 1879
  • Bessie VanSickle 14 b. March, 1882
  • Roscoe VanSickle 14 b. July, 1886

Citations

  1. [S8215] 1870 US Census of Staint Genevieve County, Missouri.
  2. [S8236] 1900 US Census Jeffferson Co, Missouri, ED 62, Sheet 29, Line 52.
  3. [S8237] Email about VanSickle from Charles Davis, 20 July 1999 exact date.
  4. [S3559] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Ancestry.com, St Francois, 1936-1876, img 289/304, p370, Emma Horn & Samuel VanSickles by Joseph Rickard.
  5. [S8272] Email from Dennis & Agnes Herzog who live on VanSickle farm, Coffman, MO., 6 Feb 2000.
  6. [S8] Obituary, , newspaper, undated and unnamed from Sharlie Davis.
  7. [S8237] Email about VanSickle from Charles Davis, 20 July 1999.
  8. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Samuel George VanSickle, tombstone, Parkview Cemetery, Farmington, St. Francois Co, Missouri.
  9. [S8158] 1860 US Census Ste Genevieve Co, Missouri, p 132, Dwlg 897, Fam 911, Line 1.
  10. [S8215] 1870 US Census of Staint Genevieve County, Missouri, page 34, dwl 215, fam 216.
  11. [S8217] 1880 US Census Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, ED 139, sh 30, line 23.
  12. [S8217] 1880 US Census Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, ED 139, sheet 30.
  13. [S8217] 1880 US Census Ste Genevieve County, Missouri.
  14. [S8236] 1900 US Census Jeffferson Co, Missouri.

Charles B VanSickle1

(August 1860 - )
     Charles B VanSickle was born in August, 1860 in Union Township, Sainte Genevieve County, Missouri.1,2 He was the son of Joseph VanSickle and Sarah Rickard.1 Charles B VanSickle was born on July 12, 1861.3
     Charles married an unknown person on September 2, 1881.4 Charles died on May 11, 1940 at age 79.5 He was buried in Little Vine Cemetery, Ste Genevieve County, Missouri.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Union Twp, Oak Ridge, Sainte Genevieve County, Missouri, Joseph 62, Farmer $1500, $550 VA, Sarah 54, VAJoseph VanSickle7
1880Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, Joseph 71 farmer VA VA VAJoseph VanSickle8
1900Union Township, Sainte Genevieve County, MissouriCharles B VanSickle4

Children of Charles B VanSickle

  • Eli VanSickle 4 b. February, 1883
  • John R. VanSickle 9 b. August 4, 1884, d. February 7, 1885
  • Warren VanSickle 4 b. May, 1886, d. June 20, 1906
  • Mabel VanSickle 4 b. May, 1886
  • Karsath VanSickle 4 b. November, 1890
  • Jessie VanSickle 4 b. March, 1895

Citations

  1. [S8215] 1870 US Census of Staint Genevieve County, Missouri.
  2. [S8233] 1900 US Census of Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri, vol 81, ED 107, Sheet 1, line 51.
  3. [S8265] Email from Barbara Probst 24 Sep 1999 regarding Little Vine Cemetery (Jos VanSickles), 24 Sep 1999 re: Little Vine Cemetery, Ste Genev Co, MO.
  4. [S8233] 1900 US Census of Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri.
  5. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Charles B. Vansickle, Little Vine Church Cemetery, Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri.
  6. [S8265] Email from Barbara Probst 24 Sep 1999 regarding Little Vine Cemetery (Jos VanSickles), 24 Sep 1999 re: Little Vine Cemetery.
  7. [S8215] 1870 US Census of Staint Genevieve County, Missouri, page 34, dwl 215, fam 216.
  8. [S8217] 1880 US Census Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, page 616, ED 137, dwlling 6, fam 5.
  9. [S8237] Email about VanSickle from Charles Davis, 20 July 1999.

Captain Anthony VanSickle1

(circa 1771 - 29 April 1815)
     Captain Anthony VanSickle was born circa 1771 in Sterling Valley, Morris County, New Jersey.2,3,4 He was the son of Samuel VanSickle and Sarah Thompson.3,5
     Anthony married Rebecca VanMetre, daughter of Henry VanMetre Sr. and Martha Moore, before 1792 in Redstone, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.3,6,4 Captain Anthony VanSickle was taxed in 1793 in Cumberland Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania.7 He was taxed Anthony on tax rolls 1805-1815 in 1805 in Mason County, West Virginia.8 Anthony was widowed when his wife, Rebecca, died circa December 30, 1810 noted as "shortly after the birth of Eli."3,9
     Anthony married second Zilpha Hubbel on June 6, 1811 in Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio, Eli Stedman, Minister of the Gospel, performed the service.10,11 Captain Anthony VanSickle served in 2d Regiment of Riflemen, VA Militia commanded by Col. Dudley Evans. Anthony volunteered for 6 months service. Sept 10, 1812 to March 27, 1813. He is credited with "raising the troops of 100 men" on September 10, 1812 in Point Pleasant, Mason County, West Virginia.12,13,14 He left a will on October 19, 1812 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.15 He served in Honorably Discharged at Fort Meigs. on March 27, 1813 in Fort Meigs, Meigs County, Ohio.12,16,13 Anthony died on April 29, 1815 in West Virginia.1,12 His estate was probated on May 8, 1815 in West Virginia; Distribution of Estate of Anthony VanSickle dec'd.17

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1810Mason County, West Virginia, males <10=2, 10-16=4, 16-26=1, 26-45=1;
females <10=1, 10-16=1, 16-26=0, 26-45=1, >45=1
Captain Anthony VanSickle18

Children of Captain Anthony VanSickle and Rebecca VanMetre

  • Henry VanSickle 3 b. March 4, 1793, d. September 10, 1867
  • Samuel VanSickle 3 b. August 28, 1794, d. November 12, 1863
  • Johanah VanSickle 3 b. May 3, 1795, d. July 30, 1854
  • Jesse VanSickle 3 b. 1796
  • Anthony VanSickle Jr. 3 b. 1800
  • Abraham VanSickle 3 b. October 21, 1802, d. February 5, 1873
  • Martha Ann "Patsy" VanSickle 3 b. 1804, d. February 2, 1881
  • John VanSickle 3 b. 1806
  • Joseph VanSickle+ 1 b. February 14, 1809, d. August 13, 1884
  • Eli VanSickle 3 b. December 28, 1810

Children of Captain Anthony VanSickle and Zilpha Hubbel

  • Rebecca VanSickle 19 b. April 12, 1812, d. April 25, 1812
  • Abijah Hubble VanSickle 3 b. April 15, 1813
  • Polly VanSickle 3 b. January 1, 1816

Citations

  1. [S8220] H. H. Hardesty, Hardesty's Historical Encyclopedia of Mason & Putnam Counties, West Virginia, 5 Chicago & Toledo: H. H. Hardesty & Co, 1883), e mail from Dan VanSickles 23 Mar 1998.
  2. [S8277] John Littell, Family Records or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (New Jersey) Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1852 (reprint 1976)), pg 382, Anthony, son of Samuel Van Sickle.
  3. [S8220] H. H. Hardesty, Hardesty's Historical Encyclopedia of Mason, WV.
  4. [S8235] Howard L. Leckey, The Ten Mile Country and Its Pioneer Families; A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley.
  5. [S8277] John Littell, First Settlers of Passaic Valley, New Jersey, Page 382.
  6. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV) - Their Ancestors and Descendants Point Pleasant, WV: The Weekly Register, 14 April 1886), The VanMatre Family.
  7. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA compiled by Katherine K Zinsser & Raymond M Bell, publ 1988 by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, LDS Microfiche 6110895, [Greene County after 1796].
  8. [S8247] Tax Rolls of Mason Co, Virginia (WV) 1805 - 1845 from LDS film #.
  9. [S8300] Mason County History Book Committee and Don Mills, History of Mason County, West Virginia

    in LDS FHL 975.433 H2h Salem, WV: Mason County History Book Committee, 1987), 492, p 363 submitted by Melodie LeFevre.
  10. [S8224] The County Records of Gallia County, Ohio.
  11. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, March 29, 1855, Zelpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman applied in Meig's Co, Ohio for widow's bounty land based upon Anthony VanSickle's service.
  12. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman.
  13. [S8232] National Archives and Records Administration, Record searched by mail dated 1 Jul 1999 results in GWS personal files.
  14. [S8281] Geo. W. Atkinson, History of the Great Kanawha Valley (VA) from 1789 to 1876 Charleston: West Virginia Journal, 1876), Volume I, pages 263 & 264.
  15. [S8226] Will of Anthony VanSickle including inventory and appraisal., Deed Book AA page 71-81.
  16. [S8227] War of 1812 Company Muster Roll, copy in possession of Genevieve Slade.
  17. [S8221] Mason County, WV Index to Chancelry Court Records 1805-1846 LDS-FHL M-film #1854747 item #2, Book AA, pages 71 - 81.
  18. [S8248] 1810 US Census of Mason Co, Virginia (WV), copy 252, roll 69, [vol 4].
  19. [S8300] Mason County History Book Committee and Don Mills, History of Mason County, West Virginia, 1987, 492, p 363.

Rebecca VanMetre1,2,3,4

(24 March 1753 - circa 30 December 1810)
     Rebecca VanMetre was born on March 24, 1753 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.5,4 She was the daughter of Henry VanMetre Sr. and Martha Moore.6,4
     Rebecca married Captain Anthony VanSickle, son of Samuel VanSickle and Sarah Thompson, before 1792 in Redstone, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.2,6,3 Rebecca died circa December 30, 1810 noted as "shortly after the birth of Eli."2,7

Children of Rebecca VanMetre and Captain Anthony VanSickle

  • Henry VanSickle 2 b. March 4, 1793, d. September 10, 1867
  • Samuel VanSickle 2 b. August 28, 1794, d. November 12, 1863
  • Johanah VanSickle 2 b. May 3, 1795, d. July 30, 1854
  • Jesse VanSickle 2 b. 1796
  • Anthony VanSickle Jr. 2 b. 1800
  • Abraham VanSickle 2 b. October 21, 1802, d. February 5, 1873
  • Martha Ann "Patsy" VanSickle 2 b. 1804, d. February 2, 1881
  • John VanSickle 2 b. 1806
  • Joseph VanSickle+ b. February 14, 1809, d. August 13, 1884
  • Eli VanSickle 2 b. December 28, 1810

Citations

  1. [S8219] Marriage records of Mason County, West Virginia.
  2. [S8220] H. H. Hardesty, Hardesty's Historical Encyclopedia of Mason & Putnam Counties, West Virginia, 5 Chicago & Toledo: H. H. Hardesty & Co, 1883).
  3. [S8235] Howard L. Leckey, The Ten Mile Country and Its Pioneer Families; A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley.
  4. [S8253] Will of Henry VanMatre, Sr, Will book #1, page 35-36, Greene County, Pennsylvania; copy in possession of Genevieve W. Slade.
  5. [S8138] LDS Ancestral File, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints records.
  6. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV) - Their Ancestors and Descendants Point Pleasant, WV: The Weekly Register, 14 April 1886), The VanMatre Family.
  7. [S8300] Mason County History Book Committee and Don Mills, History of Mason County, West Virginia

    in LDS FHL 975.433 H2h Salem, WV: Mason County History Book Committee, 1987), 492, p 363 submitted by Melodie LeFevre.

Zilpha Hubbel1

(1789 - 21 November 1857)
     Zilpha Hubbel was born in 1789.1
     Zilpha married Captain Anthony VanSickle, son of Samuel VanSickle and Sarah Thompson, on June 6, 1811 in Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio, Eli Stedman, Minister of the Gospel, performed the service.2,3 Zilpha Hubbel witnessed the military of Captain Anthony VanSickle on September 10, 1812 in Point Pleasant, Mason County, West Virginia; 2d Regiment of Riflemen, VA Militia commanded by Col. Dudley Evans. Anthony volunteered for 6 months service. Sept 10, 1812 to March 27, 1813. He is credited with "raising the troops of 100 men."4,5,6 Zilpha Hubbel witnessed the will of Captain Anthony VanSickle on October 19, 1812 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.7 Zilpha Hubbel witnessed the probate of the estate of Captain Anthony VanSickle on May 8, 1815 in Mason County, West Virginia; Distribution of Estate of Anthony VanSickle dec'd.8
     Zilpha married second Eli Stedman on December 27, 1818 in Meigs County, Ohio.9,10,11 Zilpha Hubbel resided in Rutland, Meigs County, Ohio, on March 29, 1855; Bounty Land applications states she is 66 years old & widow.4 Zilpha died on November 21, 1857 in Ohio.12 She was buried in Richmond Protestant Cemetery, Richmond, Washington County, Ohio.10

Children of Zilpha Hubbel and Captain Anthony VanSickle

  • Rebecca VanSickle 13 b. April 12, 1812, d. April 25, 1812
  • Abijah Hubble VanSickle 12 b. April 15, 1813
  • Polly VanSickle 12 b. January 1, 1816

Children of Zilpha Hubbel and Eli Stedman

  • Jabez Stedman 10 b. 1822
  • William J. Stedman 10 b. June 1, 1827

Citations

  1. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, March 29, 1855, Zelpha VanSickle Stedman applied for Ohio bounty land based upon Anthony VanSickle's service.
  2. [S8224] The County Records of Gallia County, Ohio.
  3. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, Zelpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman applied in Meig's Co, Ohio for widow's bounty land based upon Anthony VanSickle's service.
  4. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman.
  5. [S8232] National Archives and Records Administration, Record searched by mail dated 1 Jul 1999 results in GWS personal files.
  6. [S8281] Geo. W. Atkinson, History of the Great Kanawha Valley (VA) from 1789 to 1876 Charleston: West Virginia Journal, 1876), Volume I, pages 263 & 264.
  7. [S8226] Will of Anthony VanSickle including inventory and appraisal., Deed Book AA page 71-81.
  8. [S8221] Mason County, WV Index to Chancelry Court Records 1805-1846 LDS-FHL M-film #1854747 item #2, Book AA, pages 71 - 81.
  9. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, filed by Zilpha VanSickle Stedman on 29 Mar 1855 in Meigs Co, OH.
  10. [S8285] Email from Sandra Kennedy e-mail address 29 Oct 2001, descendant of Eli Stedman.
  11. [S8300] Mason County History Book Committee and Don Mills, History of Mason County, West Virginia

    in LDS FHL 975.433 H2h Salem, WV: Mason County History Book Committee, 1987), 492, p 363 submitted by Melodie LeFevre.
  12. [S8220] H. H. Hardesty, Hardesty's Historical Encyclopedia of Mason & Putnam Counties, West Virginia, 5 Chicago & Toledo: H. H. Hardesty & Co, 1883).
  13. [S8300] Mason County History Book Committee and Don Mills, History of Mason County, West Virginia, 1987, 492, p 363.

Zachariah VanSickle1

(circa 1745 - )
     Zachariah VanSickle was born circa 1745 birth date assumes he was 18 at marriage in 1863.2 He was the son of Samuel VanSickle and Sarah Thompson.1,2
     Zachariah married Mary Littell on October 30, 1763.3 Zachariah VanSickle was born before 1765 age based upon 1810 census.1,4 He was taxed in 1793 in Cumberland Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania.5 He was taxed Zachariah appears on tax rolls 1805 until 1827 in 1805 in Mason County, West Virginia.6 He was purchased land purchased 82.25 Ac next to Anthony from Thomas Hogg.7 He was sold land sold to William Hawkins on June 27, 1815.8 He was taxed last time found on Mason tax roll. in 1827 in West Virginia.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1790Cumberland Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania, Vinsickle on page 248 1-1-4-0-0Zachariah VanSickle9,10
1800Greene County, Pennsylvania, 00010-30010-00Zachariah VanSickle11
1810Mason County, West Virginia, 1 male < 10, 1 male > 45 ; 2 fem <10, 1 fem 10-16, 1 fem >45Zachariah VanSickle12
1820Mason County, West Virginia, male 10-16=1, >45=2, females 16-20=3, >45=1Zachariah VanSickle13

Children of Zachariah VanSickle and Mary Littell

  • Huldah VanSickle 3 b. circa 1764
  • Elias VanSickle 3 b. circa 1765
  • Sarah VanSickle 3 b. circa 1766
  • David VanSickle 2 b. circa 1767
  • Zachariah VanSickle 3 b. circa 1768

Citations

  1. [S8220] H. H. Hardesty, Hardesty's Historical Encyclopedia of Mason & Putnam Counties, West Virginia, 5 Chicago & Toledo: H. H. Hardesty & Co, 1883).
  2. [S8277] John Littell, Family Records or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (New Jersey) Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1852 (reprint 1976)).
  3. [S8277] John Littell, First Settlers of Passaic Valley, New Jersey, Pages 215 & 382.
  4. [S8248] 1810 US Census of Mason Co, Virginia (WV).
  5. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA compiled by Katherine K Zinsser & Raymond M Bell, publ 1988 by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, LDS Microfiche 6110895.
  6. [S8247] Tax Rolls of Mason Co, Virginia (WV) 1805 - 1845 from LDS film #.
  7. [S8246] Deed Records of Mason County (formerly Kanawha), Virginia (WV), Deed Book B, page 75.
  8. [S8246] Deed Records of Mason County, Virginia (WV), Deed Book D, page 88.
  9. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA, LDS Microfiche 6110895, Page 177.
  10. [S8266] First Census of the US 1790 Pensyllvania, Page 248 Washington County.
  11. [S8267] 1800 Census of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Greene County, page 60.
  12. [S8248] 1810 US Census of Mason Co, Virginia (WV), copy 252, roll 69, vol 4.
  13. [S8249] 1820 US Census of Mason Co, Virginia (WV), copy #33, roll #138, [vol 10].

Henry VanMetre Sr.1

(1720 - 29 December 1803)
     Henry VanMetre Sr. was born in 1720.1,2
     Henry married Martha Moore in 1743 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.2 Henry VanMetre Sr. was taxed 200 Acres, 4 horses, 4 cattle, 15 sheep= $243 in 1781 in Cumberland Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania.3 He was taxed The following refused to give in their property but must pay taxes. in 1784 in Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania.4 He was purchased land.5 He was taxed in 1793 in Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania.6 Henry died on December 29, 1803 in Pennsylvania2,7 and was buried in Baptist Church, Carmichael, Greene County, Pennsylvania.2 His estate was probated on February 10, 1808 in Pennsylvania.8

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1790Cumberland Township, Washington County, PennsylvaniaHenry VanMetre Sr.9,10

Children of Henry VanMetre Sr. and Martha Moore

  • Rachael VanMetre 7,11 b. July 27, 1743
  • Joseph VanMetre 11 b. 1744
  • Jesse VanMetre 11 b. 1746
  • Absalom VanMetre 1 b. 1751, d. circa 1803
  • Rebecca VanMetre+ 1 b. March 24, 1753, d. circa December 30, 1810
  • Martha VanMetre 7 b. December 24, 1754, d. October 24, 1836
  • Alice Elise VanMetre 11,7 b. 1756
  • Sarah VanMetre 7,11 b. June 24, 1758, d. April 7, 1825
  • Rachel VanMetre 11 b. circa 1759, d. after 1803
  • Phoebe VanMetre 7,11 b. 1760
  • Elizabeth VanMetre 7,11 b. circa 1762, d. circa 1862
  • Mary 'Patsie' VanMetre 11,7 b. 1771

Children of Henry VanMetre Sr.

Citations

  1. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV) - Their Ancestors and Descendants Point Pleasant, WV: The Weekly Register, 14 April 1886), The VanMatre Family.
  2. [S8251] Descendants chart of Samuel VanSickle compiled by Jack Stewart.
  3. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA compiled by Katherine K Zinsser & Raymond M Bell, publ 1988 by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, LDS Microfiche 6110895, Page 241.
  4. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA, LDS Microfiche 6110895, Page 176.
  5. [S8254] The Horn Papers: Early Westward Movement on the Monongahela and upper Ohio 1765-1795, W. F. Horn, unknown publish date, Page 38, vol 3, Jefferson Township.
  6. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA, LDS Microfiche 6110895.
  7. [S8138] LDS Ancestral File, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints records.
  8. [S8251] Descendants chart of Samuel VanSickle compiled by Jack Stewart, Will Book #1, page 35.
  9. [S8264] The 1783 Tax List & 1790 Census for Washington County, PA, LDS Microfiche 6110895, Page 137.
  10. [S8266] First Census of the US 1790 Pensyllvania, Page 248 Washington County.
  11. [S8253] Will of Henry VanMatre, Sr, Will book #1, page 35-36, Greene County, Pennsylvania; copy in possession of Genevieve W. Slade.
  12. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV).
  13. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV), The VanMatres, page 3.