Henry VanMetre Jr.1

(1773 - )
     Henry VanMetre Jr. was born in 1773 date est from 1850 census.1 He was the son of Henry VanMetre Sr.1
     Henry married Christena VanSickle, daughter of Samuel VanSickle and Sarah Thompson.2 Henry VanMetre Jr. 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."3,4,5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Mason County, West Virginia, living in home of Zebulon Gibbs, husband of his daughter Maria VanMatreMariah VanMetre6

Children of Henry VanMetre Jr. and Christena VanSickle

  • Jesse VanMetre 7 b. circa 1799
  • Rezin VanMetre 7 b. 1799
  • Rebecca VanMetre 8 b. circa 1800
  • John VanMetre 7 b. circa 1801
  • Mariah VanMetre 9 b. 1814, d. before 1860

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 VanMatres, page 3.
  2. [S8241] Virgil A. Lewis, Pioneer Families of Mason Co (WV), The VanMatres, page 3.
  3. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, March 29, 1855.
  4. [S8232] National Archives and Records Administration, Record searched by mail dated 1 Jul 1999 results in GWS personal files.
  5. [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.
  6. [S8250] Unknown title, 1850 US Census of Mason County, Virginia.
  7. [S8255] Correspondence from Loyd Jack VanSickle, 9411 Green Meadows Road, Warrenton, VA 20187 - (540) 347-2474.
  8. [S8255] Correspondence from Loyd Jack VanSickle, Aug 1999.
  9. [S8251] Descendants chart of Samuel VanSickle compiled by Jack Stewart.

Reverend Gideon Hinkle1

(12 September 1788 - 10 March 1869)
     Reverend Gideon Hinkle was born on September 12, 1788 in Rockingham County, Virginia, son of Rev Benjamin and Mary Catherine Long Henkel.2
     Gideon married first Rhoda Jane Allen circa 1814 in Mason County, West Virginia.2
     Gideon married Martha Patsie VanMetre, daughter of John VanMetre and Millicent Kelly, on December 29, 1836 in West Virginia same day as Joseph VanSickle & Sarah.1,3 Gideon died on March 10, 1869 in Ste Genevieve County, Missouri, at age 80.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Ste Genevieve County, MissouriReverend Gideon Hinkle4

Child of Reverend Gideon Hinkle and Rhoda Jane Allen

  • Mary Mahala Hinkle 2 b. before 1817, d. circa 1835

Child of Reverend Gideon Hinkle and Martha Patsie VanMetre

  • Mahaly Hinkle 5 b. 1837

Child of Reverend Gideon Hinkle

  • Jerimiah Hinkle 5 b. circa 1849

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 VanMatres, page 4.
  2. [S8243] Hinkle Genealogy by Junkin, sent by Anita McClanahan Kendal via email from Ed Mackley, Farmington, MO, unknown publish date.
  3. [S8219] Marriage records of Mason County, West Virginia, Mar Bk 1, page 30.
  4. [S8150] 1850 US Census for Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri, pg 249, fam 624, hh 641, line 2.
  5. [S8150] 1850 US Census for Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri, pg 249, fam 624, hh 641.

Doris Merle Cameron1

(17 November 1927 - 6 October 2020)
     Doris Merle Cameron was born on November 17, 1927 in Lamar County, Mississippi,1, the daughter of Daniel and Lucretia Cameron.1
     Doris married Milan Slade, son of Ebenezer Slade and Dora Slade.1 Doris died on October 6, 2020 in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi, at age 92.1 She was buried in Dixie Baptist Church Cemetery, Forrest County, Mississippi.1

Children of Doris Merle Cameron and Milan Slade

  • Danny Slade 1
  • Celita Slade 1
  • Rhonda Slade 1
  • Robin Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary, , Doris Merle Cameron Slade, published in Hattiesburg American from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9, 2020.

Eli Stedman1

(circa 1780 - 29 May 1845)
     Eli Stedman was born circa 1780 estimated using 1808 tax roll with 1800 & 1820 census.2 He was taxed in 1808 in Gallia County, Ohio.2 Eli was a friend of Anthony VanSickle, and also a Minister of Gospel, who performed the marriage for Anthony and Zilpha. He witnessed the will of Captain Anthony VanSickle on October 19, 1812 in Point Pleasant, Mason County, West Virginia.3
     Eli married Zilpha Hubbel on December 27, 1818 in Meigs County, Ohio.1,2,4 Eli died on May 29, 1845.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1800Orange County, Vermont, 1male 16-26, 1female 0-10, 1 f 16-26Eli Stedman2

Children of Eli Stedman and Zilpha Hubbel

  • Jabez Stedman 2 b. 1822
  • William J. Stedman 2 b. June 1, 1827

Citations

  1. [S8225] Widows Application for Bounty Land made by Zilpha Hubble VanSickle Stedman, March 29, 1855, filed by Zilpha VanSickle Stedman on 29 Mar 1855 in Meigs Co, OH.
  2. [S8285] Email from Sandra Kennedy e-mail address 29 Oct 2001, descendant of Eli Stedman.
  3. [S8226] Will of Anthony VanSickle including inventory and appraisal., Deed Book AA page 71-81.
  4. [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.

Martha Moore1

(1728 - 17 October 1825)
     Martha Moore was born in 1728 in Prince George's County, Maryland, name from will, b date & place from LDS Ancestral file.2
     Martha married Henry VanMetre Sr. in 1743 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.1 Martha Moore witnessed the probate of the estate of Henry VanMetre Sr. on February 10, 1808 in Pennsylvania.3 Martha died on October 17, 1825 in Pennsylvania.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1810Jefferson Twp, Greene County, Pennsylvania, Page 102Martha Moore5

Children of Martha Moore and Henry VanMetre Sr.

  • Rachael VanMetre 4,2 b. July 27, 1743
  • Joseph VanMetre 2 b. 1744
  • Jesse VanMetre 2 b. 1746
  • Absalom VanMetre 6 b. 1751, d. circa 1803
  • Rebecca VanMetre+ 2 b. March 24, 1753, d. circa December 30, 1810
  • Martha VanMetre 4 b. December 24, 1754, d. October 24, 1836
  • Alice Elise VanMetre 2,4 b. 1756
  • Sarah VanMetre 4,2 b. June 24, 1758, d. April 7, 1825
  • Rachel VanMetre 2 b. circa 1759, d. after 1803
  • Phoebe VanMetre 4,2 b. 1760
  • Elizabeth VanMetre 4,2 b. circa 1762, d. circa 1862
  • Mary 'Patsie' VanMetre 2,4 b. 1771

Citations

  1. [S8251] Descendants chart of Samuel VanSickle compiled by Jack Stewart.
  2. [S8253] Will of Henry VanMatre, Sr, Will book #1, page 35-36, Greene County, Pennsylvania; copy in possession of Genevieve W. Slade.
  3. [S8251] Descendants chart of Samuel VanSickle compiled by Jack Stewart, Will Book #1, page 35.
  4. [S8138] LDS Ancestral File, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints records.
  5. [S8268] 1810 Census of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  6. [S8235] Howard L. Leckey, The Ten Mile Country and Its Pioneer Families; A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley.