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John Robbins

John Robbins
b. 29 May 1788 at Washington Co., PA, son of Daniel and Sarah Jane (Leedom) Robbins
d. 5 February 1852, IN
bur. Sand Hill Cemetery, Fulton Co., IN

m. 20 April 1809 at Adams Co., OH
Lydia Hannah, likely daughter of William and Martha (Moore) Hannah

Children with Lydia Hannah:

  • James Robbins (20 January 1810–?) m. Mandy Hatch
  • Sarah Robbins (3 October 1811–11 February 1869) m1. John Davidson; m2. Samuel McCoy
  • William Robbins (4 November 1813–?) m. Roxana J. Town
  • Elizabeth P. Robbins (15 May 1817–?) m. Francis G. W. Irvine
  • Mary Ann Robbins (2 August 1819–?) m. William Tyler Polke
  • John H. Robbins (8 November 1821–2 June 1891) m. Nancy E. Whaley
  • Nancy Robbins (25 June 1825–2 August 1848) m. Samuel McCoy
  • Thomas J. Robbins (18 October 1827–7 February 1900) m. Elizabeth Cole
  • Harriet Robbins (25 August 1830–10 January 1880) m. George W. Surgery

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
Ormond Beach, FL
Kstickney2@cfl.rr.com

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Sarah Robbins

Sarah Robbins
b. 3 October 1811 at Adams Co., OH, daughter of John and Lydia (Hannah) Robbins
d. 11 February 1869 at Cass Co., IN
bur. Spring Creek Cemetery, Cass Co., IN

Sarah Robbins gravestone

Sarah Robbins gravestone

m1.
John Davidson
b. 6 August 1829
d. 12 April 1845

m2.
Samuel M. McCoy as his second wife
b. abt. 1826 in OH
d. 16 March 1901 at Hoover, Cass Co., IN
bur. Spring Creek Cemetery, Cass Co., IN, in unmarked grave next to Sarah

Children with John Davidson:

  • Clarissa Davidson (?–26 November 1886)
  • Elizabeth A. Davidson
  • Allen Bruce Davidson (29 September 1839–3 October 1910) m. Mary Eliza Hensley
  • Lydia Helen Davidson (1842–2 February 1895) m. John Bunyan Winters

Children with Samuel McCoy:

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
33 Black Hickory Way
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Kstickney2@cfl.rr.com

Samuel M McCoy

Samuel M. McCoy
b. abt. 1826, OH
d. 16 March 1901 at Hoover, Cass Co., IN
bur. Spring Creek Cemetery, Cass Co., IN, in unmarked grave next to second wife

m1. 21 August 1845 at Fulton Co., IN
Nancy Robbins
b. 25 June 1825 at Adams Co., OH, daughter of John and Lydia (Hannah) Robbins
d. 2 August 1848 at Adams Co., OH
bur. Sand Hill Cemetery, Fulton Co., IN.

m2.
Sarah Robbins

m3. 25 June 1873
Mahala Esterday

Children with Nancy Robbins:

  • Mary E. McCoy (abt. 1847–?)
  • Phoebe Ann McCoy (8 June 1848–13 February 1923) m. Theodore Preston Swigart

Children with Sarah Robbins:

Children with Mahala Esterday:

  • Charlie McCoy (abt. 1883–March 1899)

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
Ormond Beach, FL
kstickney2@cfl.rr.com

William Welling Bowerman

WILLIAM WELLING BOWERMAN
b. 15 September 1812, Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York, to Silas and Anna (Welling) Bowerman
d. 19 September 1899, Decatur City, Decatur County, Iowa

m. 8 January 1931, Schenectady County, New York
Diadema Lester
b. 1815, Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York, to Mordecai and Abigail (Rushmore?) Lester
d. 26 April 1901, Decatur City, Decatur County, Iowa

Children with Diadema Lester:

  • Catherine “Kate” (b. ca. 1832) married [—?—] Farmhurst
  • Esther (b. ca. 1834) married Josiah Long
  • Mary (1836-1877) married Isaac Paden Fish
  • Abigail “Abby” (b. ca. 1839) married O.J. Hyde
  • Ann Eliza (1841-1905) married Lemuel D. Spaulding
  • Diadema (b. ca. 1843) married [—?—] Brenning
  • William W. (b. ca. 1845)
  • Lunda L. “Lundy” (1847-1929) married (1) Darthula [–?–], (2) Emily M. “Emma” Bowerman, (3) Elizabeth M. “Lizzie” McGee
  • Earnest W. (1848-1929) married Julia Stanley
  • George “John” (b. ca. 1850)
  • Elva R. (ca. 1852-1913) married (1) Charles Starkey, (2) Arthur B. Owen
  • Selba (died young)
  • Adeline E. (b. ca. 1854) married James Hannah
  • Estella “Estie” (b. ca. 1856) married [—?—] Layton or Loncks

The family settled near Leavenworth, Crawford County, Indiana, by the 1860 census. They had come from Conneaut Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. They moved briefly to Wisconsin, then to Taylor County, Iowa, where they were for the 1870 and 1880 censuses. William and Diadema next moved to Quincy, Branch County, Michigan, then back to Iowa around 1890.

Submitted by:
A. L. Bowerman
Howe IN