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Washington County, Ohio
History & Genealogy

Abstracts of Wills & Administrations
With Misc. Notes & Refs.
Compiled by Genevieve Mary Potts
Columbus, Ohio

(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)

 

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TAGUE, EDWARD -
Will made: 
1-10-1842
Probated: 
October 1850
Mentioned: 
Wife, mentioned, not named; children - two sons, not named, daughters (three) only one mentioned - Mary.  States his three daughters now living to have land in Harrison Township, Perry County, Ohio.
Executors: 
Peter Tague and Patrick Nugent of Harrison Township, Perry County, Ohio
---Book 8, Page 513
 
TALBOT, EDWARD -
Administration: 
October 6, 1852
Mentions: 
Wife, Catherine; children - Aquilla D., Henry, John E., Amanda, wife of Wm. S. Johnson, all residing at Plymouth, Washington County, Ohio.  Other children, Jane, wife of Henry Brown, Ann G., wife of Henry Ruggles of Belmont County, Ohio, Ralph Talbot, a minor.
---Book 9, Page 294
 
TAYLOR, JOHN, Late of Great Britain now of Union Township, Washington Co., Ohio.
Will made:  7-5-1836
Probated:  September 1836
Mentions:  Sister, Margaret.
Witness: Peter Fearnsley, Samuel W. Farmer.
---Book 5, Page 317
 
TAYLOR, WILLIAM -
Will made: 
7-10-1823
Probated: 
November 1823
Mentions: 
Sisters - Fanny Taylor, Jane Miller, Catherina Minor, Marie Gitteau.
Executors:  Martha Minor, John Miller.
Witnesses:  John Cunningham, Margaret T. Bartlett, John Miller
---Book 2, Page 429
 
TEMPLETON, GEORGE -
Administration: 
1-14-1853
Mentions: 
Wife, Nancy; children - Eliza, wife of Jacob Barthmess, Joseph, Samuel, James, Letty, Margaret, wife of James Atkinson, children of William Templeton (deceased), John, George and Mary; Jane, daughter of George Atkinson, and her children, Margaret, Nancy E., and Martin all residents of Washington County, Ohio; Mary, wife of Eli Snodgrass and Robert Templeton (last two mentioned of Iowa.)
---Book 9, Page 512
 
THOMPSON, JAMES of Baltimore, Maryland
Will made:  9-3-1837
Probated:  September 1837
Mentions:  Niece Sarah Jane Little of Baltimore to have land in Maryland, Virginia and Ohio; cousin Maty Moore of Wheeling, Va., (now W. Va.); to the sons of James Moore in County Antrim, Ireland, William, John and James; another brother mentioned, not named.
Executors:  Sarah Jane Little of Baltimore, George Low of Baltimore, David Barber of Ohio.
Witnesses:  P. S. Stewart, B. T. Brice, G. L. DeLong.
---Book 5, Page 423
 
THORNILY, JOHN -
Administration: 
9-13-1853
Mentions: 
Wife, Mary; children - William, Mary Ann, wife of Aaron Howe, Thomas C., now deceased and his heirs who are Matilda, Nathan, Sarah, George all living in Wood County, Virginia (now West Virginia.); Caleb S. Thornily, James and Adelina Thornily and Elizabeth Thornily, these four persons residents of Pike County, Missouri
---Book 9, Page 478
 
THORNILY, JOHN (Same person as above)
Will made:  8-15-1844
Probated:  Sept. 1844
Mentions:  Wife, Mary; children - Caleb S., Elizabeth S., Adaline Virginia, William, Thomas C., Mary Anne (Howe), James C.
Witnesses:  William West, M. H. Byard, Pichard (Richard?) Alcock
---Book 7, Page 107
NOTE:  Cemetery record - Col. John Thornily born Cheshire, England, died 8-17-1844, aged 65 years.  Mary Compton Thornily, his wife, d. 8-8-1875 aged 87 years.  Thomas J., son of William and Elizabeth Thornily, d. 8-9-1837, aged 25 years.  William Thornily of Chesshire, England died 4-20-1827, aged 55 years.
 
THORNILLY, WILLIAM -
Administration: 
1829.
Mentions:  Wife, Elizabeth; children - William, Thomas, Augusta, wife of James Beswick; William Irwin, Cornelia, Ann and John Thornily are children of Caleb Thornily deceased who was the son of William.
 
THORNILY, WILLIAM
Administration: 
9-7-1853
Wife,
Esther; children - Samuel S., Elizabeth W., Augusta, wife of George Harness, Eliza D., Laura J.
---Book 9, Page 503
 
THORNTON, MARCY of Warwick County of Kent, R.I.
Will made:  1-13-1833
Probated:  April 1834
Mentions:  Friends - Marcy, wife of Joseph Aborn; Phoebe, widow of William Thornton; Sally, daughter of Lowry Aborn; Sarah Desire, daughter of the late John Anthony Aborn; Harriett, daughter of Thomas Aborn; Phoebe, wife of Daniel J. Harris.
Executors:  Joseph Aborn of Cranston, R.I.
---Book 5, Page 116
 
TICE, SOLOMON, SR.
Will made: 
10-26-1838
Probated: 
12-22-1830
Mentions: 
Sons - John, James, David, Solomon, Jr.
Witnesses:  Samuel Martin and Nehemiah A. Hearn.
---Book 5, Page 523
NOTE:  John was born 1780 - James 1775 - 1851 - Solomon, Jr. 1783-1864.  Solomon Tice was a Revolutionary soldier, born 1750, probably in New York state, the son of Martin and Mary Tice - married Mary Ann Collier.  He died 11-14-1838 aged 88 years.  There were other children not mentioned in the will, Jacob, Martin, Mary, Sarah (who was b. 1798 and married Jacob Newlin, a soldier of the War of 1812)
TILSON, BETHUEL
Administration: 
1825
Mentions:  Children - Joseph, Bethuel, Jr., Pamela, Richard and Cornelia
---Book 3, Page 412
 
TILTON, JOSEPH -
Administration: 
1825
Mentions:  Children - Elizabeth, Dudley D., Harriett E., Douglas D., Dallas D., Rowen A. Tilton, Betsey M. Tilton their guardian.
---Book 9, Page 223
 
TREADWELL, JOHN DEXTER of Salem, Essex County, Mass.
Will made: 2-7-1831
Probated: March, 1835
Mentions:  Wife, Dorothy - Son John Goodlive Treadwell; servant Sarah Emerson.
Witnesses:  Wm. Cleveland, George Cleveland, Joseph Andrew
---Book 5, Page 174
 
TROWBRIDGE, HIRAM -
Administration: 1825
Mentions:
Wife, Abigail; children - David, Nathaniel, Eliza, Lucinda, Hiram, Adaline, Harriett, Theron, Watson.
---Book 4, Page 58
 
TRUE, JABEZ (Physician) -
Will made: 1-4-1823
Probated: January 1823
Mentions:  Wife, not named; young friend, John Mills; sisters - Hannah and Mary True, Mrs. Howard; nephew; Jabez True Howard; to Julia and Sarah, daughters of Jonathan Guitteau (deceased). 
Witnesses: S. P. Hildreth (Dr.) J. O. Preston, Asa Beach, David Putnam
NOTE:  Dr. True was a Revolutionary soldier, enlisted as surgeon.  Born 1760 Hempstead, N. H. 
REF:  Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in Revolution.
 
TRUE, SARAH -
Will
made:  4-30-1835
Probated:  September 1836
Mentions:  Son John Mills; grandchildren - Julia Guitteau now the wife of John Hendrick; Henry Jackson Mills; Marietta Mills, Sarah Guitteau.
Witnesses:  Douglas Putnam, Hannah M. Putnam, David Putnam.
---Book 9, Page 315
NOTE:  Cemetery record - Dr. Jabez True died 9-5-1823 aged 63 years.  Sarah, his wife (at the time of her marriage to Dr. True was the widow of John Mills, Dr.).
 
TUPPER, BENJAMIN (General)
Will probated:
 at Marietta, Ohio, July 18, 1792. 
Mentions:  Wife Hulda; children - Benjamin (youngest son a minor), Anselm, Edward White, Minerva, wife of Ichabod Nye.
Witnesses:  Joseph Wood, Christopher Burlingame, Sukey Burlingame.
NOTE:  Cemetery record - Minerva (Tupper)  Nye, daughter of General Benjamin Tupper, and wife of Ichabod Nye died 4-20-1836.  She was a native of Chesterfield, Mass.  Benjamin Tupper, Sr. born at Sharon (or Stoughton), Mass. 1738 - d. 6-7-1792 aged 54 years - Member of Massachusetts Legislature from Chesterfield.
Ref:  D.A.R. Lineage book Vol. 34 - National #33082
Major Anselm Tupper, son of Benjamin Tupper, in Benjamin Tupper's 11th Regiment - Adjutant in Col. Sproat's Regiment in 1799 at the age of 16 years.  Born 10-17-1763 at Easton, Mass.  - d. 12-25-1808.
 
TUPPER, HULDAH
Will made: 
10-5-1806
Probated: 
April 1814
Mentions: 
Children - Anselm, Minerva (Nye), Edward White, Benjamin, Jr.
Witnesses:  Rufus Putnam, Stephen Pierce, Wm. Rufus Putnam
---Book 1, Page 256
NOTE:  Cemetery record - Huldah Tupper Nye, child of Minerva and Ichabod Nye b. 1805, d. 1838
 
TUTTLE, JOEL, SR. of Fearing Township
Will made:  1-24-1823
Probated:  January 1823
Mentioned:  Wife, Huldah; children - Joel, Linus, Esther (Stephens), Simeon, Millie (Gilbert) Lucy (Woodruff), Sally (West), and an adopted son Preserved T. Leamon.
Witnesses:  Edward Postlewaite, Ruth Shreve, David Chapman.
---Book 2, Page 437
 
TWOMBLEY, JOSEPH of Union Township
Will made:  9-25-1841
Probated:  May 1842
Mentions:  Wife, Tryphena; children - Lydia, Josiah, Olive, James, Deborah Chapman (Flanders), John Hallet, Isiah, William and Eliza Twombley.
Witnesses:  Stephen Otis, Annis Spears.
---Book 6, Page 311
 
VANCLIEF, MARY ANNE of Waterford Township
Will made:  8-29-1852
Probated:  8-29-1852
Mentions: 
Children - Daniel, Abigail (Cheedle), Betsey (Morris), Lehana (Smith), Mary Anne (Frisby)
Witnesses:  Alexander Hill, John Hill
---Book 9, Page 226
 
VANCLIEF, PETER of Waterford.
Will made:  3-3-1816
Probated:  March 1816
Mentions:  Wife, Mary Anne - Children not mentioned.
Witnesses:  Titus Kemble, Seymour Peoples
---Book 1, Page 294
NOTE:  Peter VanClief was a Revolutionary soldier - died 3-5-1816, aged 53 years; Mary Anne, his wife died September 1832, aged 87 years 6 months and 12 days; Jane their daughter died 2-12-1816, aged 20 years.
 
VANGILDER, JEREMIAH
Will made: 
11-18-1838
Probated:  July 1850
Mentions: 
Children - Jesse H., Hubbard, Amelia, Asenath, Clarissa and Louisa N.
Witnesses:  Augustus S. Curtis and C. C. Eustis
---Book 8, Page 450
 
VAUGHN, ALEXANDER B. -
Adminstration: 
7-15-1853
Mentions:  Wife, Mary; children - John and Jesse
---Book 9, Page 521
 
VINCENT, WILLIAM of Waterford Township
Will made: 11-5-1845
Probated:  March 1846
Mentions:  Brothers Thomas and Henry Vincent; sister Mary.
Witnesses:  C. S. Carey, Henry White
---Book 6, Page 304

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