This is my opinion on the family of Henry Willoby of Knox Co., Ohio.I have no proof yet on this family.This is the way I think it goes.
The names of this family are spelled Wilaby/Willoby/Willaby/Willabee.
Henry Willoby fought in the War of 1812 on the British side and got out of the service in Canada and was in Knox Co., Ohio by 1820.
Henry Willoby married Mariah Furness/Furniss/Furnace in Knox Co., Ohio on 14 June 1822. Henry and Mariah had 11 children all with Mariah.Henry also married Mrs. Mary Ann Shork 15 June 1844 in Knox Co., Ohio.
Children of Henry and Mariah areNOT IN BUIRTH ORDER
John Willabee born 10 Aug 1825 first wife was Nancy?second wife was Keziah Walker.Henry married Keziah about 1868.John Willabee died 19 June 1908 in Columbus, Cherokee Co., Kansas.
Children of John and Keziah Willabee are:
William Gordon Willabee born 6 Sept 1869 Oliver Willabee Shorty Willabee Angeline Florence Willabee born 17 July 1878 died 24 July 1952 Stillwater, Payne Co., Oklahoma
Mary Ann Willoby born 3 March 1822 Amity, Knox Co., Ohio.Mary Ann Willoby married James Hayes Davis born 2 May 1816 Harrison Twp., Knox Co., Ohio. children of Mary Ann and James Hayes Davis are: Lotecia Davis born 5 Oct 1839 died 25 Feb 1865 Franklin P. Davis born 15 Dec 1852
Elizabeth Willoby born 8 Feb 1827 who married Alexander McGill/Magill children of Elizabeth and Alexander are: infant McGill born 1846 died 1846 Theodore McGill adopted son
Susannah Willoby born 12 May 1829 died 5 Aug 1908 married John B. Davis born 3 Sept 1824 died 8 July 1887 children of Susannah and John are: George M. Davis born 14 June 1849 Anna Belle Davis born 13 Jan 1851 Marion Davis born 13 June 1853 Emma Davis born 22 March 1857 James H. Davis born 6 Jan 1859 Sabina Davis born 26 Sept 1861 Mary E. Davis born 18 Oct 1863
Samuel Wilaby born 2 Oct 1833 Knox Co., Ohio died 10 Feb 1916 Knox Co., Ohio.Samuel lived in Harrison Co., Ohio,I am not sure when he went to Harrison Co., Ohio, but he is in Harrison Co., Ohio on 14 Dec 1857 when he married Rebecca McAdam daughter of John McAdam and Susan Dunlap. Children of Samuel and Rebecca McAdam are: Isolina Wilaby 1858-1927 (my ancestor) who married Franklin Pierce Robison/Robinson on 21 Oct 1875 in Harrison Co., Ohio Anna Belle Wilaby born 26 Sept 1865 died Smyrna, Harrison Co., Ohio.Anna Belle married Joseph Decker Mary Ellen Wilaby born 31 Dec 1867 Moorefield Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio died 28 Nov 1888 James H. Willaby born 28 Sept 1870 died 4 Aug 1941 married Anna E. Carrothers 9 Jan 1902,Anna Carrothers born 17 Jan 1864 died 23 April 1914 George W. Wilaby born 22 Feb 1875 died 1962married Amanda Belle Carothers 1867-1954 Emma R. Wilaby born about 1877 Emma married Oscar J. Kirby child of Oscar Kirby and Emma was Howard W. Kirby born Scio, Ohio died 30 March 1977 Perrysville, Ohio
Henry Willoby born 1836 married Melissa, they live in Toronto, Woodson Co., Kansas.I am not sure how they spelled Willoughby. children of Henry and Melissa are: Lewis H. Willoughby who died about 1912 Toronto, Woodson Co., KS Flora Bell Willoughby born 14 Feb 1869 Frank F. Willoughby born 15 Nov 1893 Ed/Edd Willoughby born about 1881 probably in McLean Co., Illinois. Ed married ora M. Austin 3 Feb 1902 in Woodson Co., KS
Naomi Willoby, I have nothing on Naomi.
Nathan Willoby, I have nothing on Nathan
James Willoby married Mary Gorrell 1 Aug 1844 Knox Co., Ohio James had a son Andrew Jackson Willoby born 1 Aug 1846 Knox Co., Ohio died 1932 Logan Co., Ohio Andrew Jackson Willoby moved to Logan Co., Ohio and married Mary Porter in 1870, his second wife was Euphemia Lament Watt.
names of Willoby family from cemeteries in Logan Co., Ohio are: Ada Willoby 1914-1992 Andrew Willoby 1846-1932 wife Mary E. Willoby Arthur M. Willoby 1907-1974 Bessie M. Willoby 1885-1974???? Edna M. Willoby 1905-1996 Iva May Willoby 1895-1990? James O. Willoby 1875-1955 Lloyd B. Willoby Jr. 1937-1983 Mack H. Willoby 1873-1901 Mary E. Willoby 1842-1887 wife of Andrew J. Willoby N. Maxine Jacobs Willoby Richard A. Willoby 1926-1996 Robert Mathew Willoby 1913-1992 Roy Willoby 1892-1972
This is my theory on the Willoby family. I would like to hear from other Willoby family members Thanks in advance.