Search for Rachel KILLIN married William Lindsay
18 Mar 1835, Greene County, Ohio
1) Finlay, eldest son of Christopher, was the contemporary and chief counselor of John of KILLIN, ninth Baron of Kintail, who fought at Flodden in 1514 and at Pinkie in 1547. John of KILLIN was a minor at the time of the death of his father, Sir Kenneth à Bhlair, in 1491. He was still a minor when, in consequence of the death of his eldest brother, Kenneth Og (Kenneth the younger), in 1497, he became Baron of Kintail. Kenneth Og was the only child of Kenneth à Bhlair's first wife, Lady Margaret Macdonald, of whom her husband disposed in an ignominious manner.A few days after sending Lady Margaret away, Kenneth, at the head of a large body of his followers, went to Lord Lovat to demand his daughter, Agnes Fraser, in marriage.Lord Lovat, having no friendly feeling towards the Macdonalds at that time, delivered his daughter over to Kenneth, and they lived together ever after as husband and wife. Finlay Supports John of KILLIN against Hector Roy. John of KILLIN was the first issue of this irregular marriage, and although the marriage is said to have been legitimized by the Pope, Hector Roy Mackenzie declared his nephew, John of KILLIN, illegitimate, and seized the estates for himself.Hector being a well known and a very popular man, appears to have received all but the unanimous support of the people of Kintail, and one of the Clann Ian Charrich Macraes, called Malcolm, was made Constable of Ellandonan Castle.Finlay, however, took up the cause of John of KILLIN, between whose supporters and those of Hector Roy there arose a feud which lasted for some years.Finlay's son made Constable of Ellandonan Castle.In course of time, however, John of KILLIN, young as he was, proved quite a match for his uncle, Hector Roy, whom he surprised one night at Fairburn, by a clever stratagem, and took prisoner.It was agreed between them that night that Hector should hold the estates until John attained the age of twenty-one, after which Hector promised to restore the estates, and to acknowledge John ever afterwards as his chief.John's supporters insisted that Ellandonan Castle, being the principle residence of the family, should be given up to him at once.As Malcolm Mac Ian Charrich refused, however, to surrender the Castle, John's supporters laid siege to it, and had Malcolm's cattle brought down to the seaside and there slaughtered to feed the besiegers.Malcolm, however, would not surrender without Hector's consent, and even when this was obtained, Malcolm still refused to surrender until compensated for the loss of his cattle.Hector eventually persuaded Malcolm to yield, whereupon John of KILLIN dismissed him from the Constableship, to which he appointed Finlay's son, Christopher. It is said that the Clann Ian Charrich family of Macraes did not afterwards assume much importance in Kintail.
2) June 20 1637, Ship “Mary Anne” of Yarmouth, sailed from Ipswich England in May and arrived in Boston, Massachusetts on June 20, 1637, a John KILLIN, was listed in the group listed under Benjamin Cooper of Brampton, Suffolk, going to Salem, Massachusetts. Probably a servant. Removed to Dedham; propr. 1648.
3) PREROGATIVE COURT (Wills) 15 [MdHR 1293;1/11/1/17], pp. 306-308 John Kellam, 15 March 1719/20 . 06/20/88. Tracking No.: 39828. PD No.: 88-02961.Maryland State Archives
4) As early as June 1739, the British government had authorized Governor Ogle, as it no doubt authorized other colonial governors, to issue letters of marque and reprisal against Spanish ships. In the following months, as a logical step in preparation for the coming conflict, Ogle ordered a list of his militia from the colonels of each county's militia units.
War was formally proclaimed October 19, 1739, but not until the following spring did Maryland's participation actually begin. His majesty requested able-bodied, debt free freemen for whom His Majesty's government would provide arms and clothing, return transportation, and a share of booty. The war was, His Majesty said, against Spain and the Spanish settlements in the West Indies. Transportation for a general rendezvous would be provided by the Province, as would be the funding for enlistments.
5) 23 April 1740, Cecil County, Maryland, Abstracts of Land Records 1673-1751) P. 411 Certificate. Thomas Colvill, as agent for distribution for Cecil Co., certifies that the following people enlisted in his majesties service in Capt. Milbourn's Company on 23 Apr 1740 and are entitled to the benefits of the act of assembly: Wm. Pickard, Bryan Coner, Hugh Murphy, Edward Conden, James McFarrel [McFanel?], Daniel Deputy, Ingram Brown, Edward Blake, John KILLING, Thomas Richardson, GARRETT Johnson, Isaac Foster, James Tourmickil, Thomas Lord, Reuben Rhodes, George Reeves, Wm. Dorrington, Robert Annis, Ephraim Vandryke, Mark York, Robert Larwell [Sarwell?], Hugh Burn, John McClenon, Charles Johnson, _sp?_ Nicholson, Reuben Herbert, Thomas Starke, Peter Johnson, Matthew Durgon, Ezekiel Muttit, William Price, Jonathan Hazel, Wm. Marshall. In Capt. Lloyd's Company: Peter Price, Jacob Johnson, John Blain, Henry Johnson, Jacob Johnson, Wm. Mainley, John Buttor, James McGuire. Made 22 Sep 1740. Rec: 23 Nov 1741. Wm. Knight, Clerk. (Do not know how this John KILLING is related but the location Cecil Co., Maryland is relevant)
6) Settlers of Maryland 1731-1750.Killam [Killam] [Killum] John: Wor; Addition, 25 acres, 15 June 1850; Wor, Chance, 50 acres, 2 Mar 1731;Wor, Chance, 75 Acres, 25 Apr 1748, Wor, Content, 50 Acres, 28 Jan 1749
7) Frederick County “Elizabeth Hundred”Females aged 16 and under: Margareth Kilin
8) Spesutia Hundred, Harford Co., Maryland, John KILLIN listed on the Tax List (did not get the year)
9) Patrick KILLIN had a son John KILLIN, born 1755 or so.
a) John KILLIN was lived at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, at enlistment
b) That son John KILLEN is John KILLEN Sr Herein.
c) Patrick KILLIN may have been a brother to John KILLIN
10) 8 March 1758, Cecil Co., Maryland, Birth of John KILLIN. (Reference: This John KILLIN married Rachel HARPER, and is referenced on the Rev War Pension W3694 & BLW #80032-160-55.Ref: Revolutionary War Pension file. (Set of three volumes), “Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts” by White)
11) PREROGATIVE COURT (Wills) 31 [MdHR 1310;1/11/1/40], p. 572 Edward Killam, 16 February 1762 . 06/20/88. Tracking No.: 39828. PD No.: 88-02961.Maryland State Archives
12) PREROGATIVE COURT (Wills) 38 [MdHR 1318;1/11/2/3], pp. 331-333 John Killum, 25 July 1771 . 06/20/88. Tracking No.: 39828. PD No.: 88-02961.Maryland State Archives
13) PREROGATIVE COURT (Wills) 39 [MdHR 1320;1/11/2/5], pp. 183-184 William Kellam, 2 April 1773 . 06/20/88. Tracking No.: 39828. PD No.: 88-02961.Maryland State Archives
14) John KILLIN Lived at Carlisle, Pennsylvania (Ref: # W3694)
15) Feb 1776, in Pennsylvania, he enlisted for fourteen months in Captain Robert Adam’s Company, Colonel Irwin’s Regiment, enrolled as a musician. (Ref: # W3694) Fifer - John Killin
16) 8 June 1776, Battle of THREE RIVERS, Canada. John KILLIN Present. (Ref: # W3694)
17) In fall of 1777, in Pennsylvania, he enlisted in Captain Thomas Clark’s Company, Colonel Watt’s regiment, enrolled as a musician. (Ref: # W3694)
18) Census 1778, Tuckahoe Hundred, Queen Anne’s Co., Maryland.John Killen, Continental Census
19) In spring of 1778, in Pennsylvania, he served two months in Captain Thomas Clark’s Company, Colonel Watt’s regiment, enrolled as a musician. (Ref: # W3694)
20) 1 May 1778, Battle of CROOKED BILLET, Pennsylvania. John KILLIN Present. (Ref: # W3694)
21) July 1778, in Pennsylvania, he enlisted for two months in Captain Grime’s Company, Colonel Dunlap’s regiment, enrolled as a musician. (Ref: # W3694)
22) Fall of 1778, in Pennsylvania, he served two months in Captain James Power’s Company, Colonel Dunlap’s regiment, enrolled as a musician. (Ref: # W3694)
23) Winter 1778-1779, in Pennsylvania, he served to months in Captain Thomas Clark’s company, Colonel Watt’s regiment, enrolled as a musician. Was at Valley Forge (Ref: # W3694)
24) 23 February to 24 April 1779, George KILLIN, is listed in the Muster Roll of Captain David Shank’s Company, Queen’s Rangers, Commanded by J. Graves Simcoe, Esq., Lieut Colonel Commandant. (Reference: Loyalists in the American Revolution. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign, Volume II, Queen’s Rangers, page 518)
25) MARYLAND STATE PAPERS (Red Books) 20, #168, W. Killen, 1779, P. 168. MdHR4586 loc.1-6-418. 09/03/86. Tracking No.: 10139. PD No.: 87 0356. Maryland State Archives.
26) Aug 22, 1781, Cecil Co., Maryland, Marriage Licenses, William KILLIN to Jane Miller, minister: Thompson
27) After the Revolution, John KILLIN moved to Redstone Settlement in Pennsylvania. Redstone Settlement was the name given to that territory in the southwest part of Pennsylvania, then claimed by Virginia, embracing what now constitutes the counties of Fayette, Washington, Greene and parts of Westmoreland and Allegheny. It took its name from a creek which enters the Monongahela River near Brownsville, Pennsylvania, and which passes by Redstone Old Fort, later Fort Burd.
28) John KILLEN Jr. born 1792 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.
29) SERNO: S512. CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers)5995 John Conrad Zollickoffer ET AL vs John Killin ET AL, 1793, Letter, Samuel H. Howard from John Conrad Zollickoffer, 1794 [MdHR 17898-5905-1, 1-37-3-13]. 08/27/92. Tracking No.: 03029. Circ. No.: 954.Maryland State Archives
30) SERNO: S512. CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers)5995 John Conrad Zollickoffer ET AL vs John Killin ET AL, 1793, Letter, Samuel H. Howard from John Conrad Zollickoffer, 1794 [MdHR 17898-5905-1, 1-37-3-13]. 08/27/92. Tracking No.: 03029. Circ. No.: 955. Maryland State Archives
31) 1795, Near Killinstown. (Tiffin) First Settlers. Joseph Eyler built the first cabin in this township where he afterwards made his home near Killinstown, in the winter of 1795. The Evler farm of 300 acres is now owned by John Crawford, Samuel McFeeters and Sandy Craigmile. When Rev. James B. Finley passed over Tod's Trace from Limestone to Chillicothe with his father's cattle and "niggers" in 1796, he noted the fact that there was a cabin near where the town of West Union now stands, built by Mr. Oiler, but no one lived in it. Daniel Collier, about this time, selected a site for his future home on one of the most beautiful terraces along Ohio Brush Creek known to this day as the "Collier farm.” Just below him on the creek was Duncan McKenzie. Andrew Ellison took up his residence on Lick Fork near the old stone house which he built in 1798, where the town of Waterford was laid out. Richard Harrison about the same time Located at Waterford and kept a tavern there. John Treber built a cabin in 1796 a half mile further down Lick Fork where the old tavern building yet stands, and Peter Shoemaker, Simon Shoemaker, John Shepherd, and Thomas Davis located near by on Ohio Brush Creek. Job Dinning, John KILLIN, Jacob Piatt, James Ralston, and Adam Hempleman located in the vicinity of Killinstown. Simon Fields settled further east on Brush Creek. George HARPER, James Collins, James January and Robert McClanahan located near West Union.
32) 14 November 1797 Marriage License issued. Whereas it had been signified to me that there is an agreement of Marriage between John KILLING, of the County of Adams, and Rachel HARPER of said County, both of full age and they have requested that the publications of their intension herein commonly called the publishing the Bans of Matrimony, may be dispensed with, and no reason appearing why their request should not be complied with, by virtue of the power vested in me by Law, License is hereby granted to any established Minister of the gospel, Justice of the Peace or Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the said County to join together in Wedlock, the said John KILLING, and Rachel HARPER, as Man and Wife, the want of publication of the Bans, notwithstanding; and return thereof is to be made to the Recorder according to law.Given under my hand and Seal at Washington in the county of Adams, the 14th day of November in the year of our Lord 1797 (signed by a clerk)
33) 19 November 1797, John KILLIN & Rachel HARPER married by Noble Grimes, J.P
34) December 9, 1797, about, the Marriage of John KILLIN & Rachel HARPER. (Ref: # W3694), I do certify that John KILLIN & Rachel HARPER was joined together as husband & wife on the 19th day of November 1797, given under my hand this 9th day of December 1797, Noble Grimes, justice of the Peace.This was certified by the Adams County Clerk of the court of common pleas, that the License was signed by the Justice of the Peace, and the signature is genuine, certified 28 Jan 1852.
35) March 1799, a petition was granted for a new road “on better ground and nigher way from Manchester to Killinstown, to intersect the old road near Robert Ellison’s.John Barritt, surveyor; Job Dening and James Collins, reviewers. John KILLIN, for costs.
36) December Grand Jury session, 1799, Adams Co., Ohio, John KILLIN member.
37) Before March 1801, a petition for a road to be laid out from Washington to intersect the road from Manchester to Chillicothe, at or near Killinstown, was filed and subscribed by petitioners.Patrick KILLIN and John KILLEN were among the petitioners.
38) 19 November 1801, John KILLIN Sr. and Rachael HARPER Married. Per the Adams Co., Ohio Record (Adam 001 211) reference:The Ohio Genealogical Society. Some say they had children named William, Nancy, George, Rebecca & Mary. The 1820 census shows one son and seven daughters. The 1830 census will show 5 daughters.
39) 1801, John Sr. would be abt. 43 years old.
a) John Jr. would be nine years old that year.
b) John KILLEN Jr. was not the Legitimate son of Rachael (HARPER) KILLIN.
40) December 5, 1801, about this date John Scott was keeping tavern at Alexandria, and John KILLIN was licensed as a tavern keeper at Adamsburg, better known as Killinstown.
41) June 1802, Baptist Church organized on Soldier’s Run, at the house of James Carson, by Reverend Thomas, Ellrod in Tiffin, Adams Co., Ohio. Patrick KILLEN, Member.
42) 10-23-1802,John KILLEN and Rachel wife of Adams Co., NW Territory to Job DEMING of same; $215.00; in-lots 1,6,59, also four out-lots (numbers not given) containing 3 acres d 150 poles each and half of out-lot 4 all in Killenstown on waters of Brush Creek said town being part of tract patented to Robert Rankin. Wit: John Lodwick. Rec. 12-14-1802.
43) May 17 1804. Trustees of the town of West Union met and chose John Lodwick to sell the one hundred and eleven inlots and twenty outlots on the plat of said town at public sale. (These entries are listed in the History of Adams County books’ section on Tiffin. Pages 471-472)
a) John KILLIN, Inlot, Lot 27, for $6.00.
b) John KILLIN, Inlot Lot 31, for $25.00
c) George HARPER, Inlot Lot 104, for $8.00
44) 1804, Land Transfer, West Union Adams Co., Ohio, George KILLIN.
45) 1806 Tiffin Township organized, Adams Co., Ohio.
46) 1806 Adams Co. Ohio, William Marsh married Nancy Ann HARPER
47) Page 74. Feb 14, 1807, from John KILLIN of A, to Abraham Grooms of A, for $400, all that tract of land in A, 247 acres bounded by James Ralston. Rachel KILLIN, the wife of the said John KILLIN, relinquishes her right of dower. Signed - John KILLIN, Rachel KILLIN. Witnesses for JK - Joseph Darlinton, John Ellison Jr. Recorded Apr 14, 1807.
48) Sept 20, 1804 Adams County Ohio, Marriage Elizabeth Kiling to Charles Bruer.
49) "Adams County, Ohio Deeds, 1806-1812" TLC Genealogy 1990:
i) Deed Book 6 Page 75. Feb 14, 1807 from John Killin of A, to Benjamin Satterfield of A,for $400, all that tract of land in A, 200 acres bounded by [trees]. Rachel Killin, the wife of the said John Killin, relinquishes her right of dower. Signed John Killin, Rachel Killin. Wit - Jonathan Ralston, Solomon Steel. Recorded Apr 14, 1807.
50) 1809, Adams Ohio, George KILLIN (AFN: VLQP-Z9) born, probably the son of John & Rachel KILLIN. Later,1832, George will marry Mary Metz (AFN: M03Q-CV)
51) 1810, Tax List, Adams Co., Ohio (Reference: Early Ohio Tax Records, Adams – Athens Counties, Page 4) (Page 31 of the Tax list its self)
a) John KILLIN.
b) Patrick KILLIN.
52) 9 September 1810, Adams Co., Ohio, Mary KILLIN marries George Mitchel (ADAM 001-099)
53) 27 September 1810, Adams Co., Ohio, John KILLIN Jr. marries Sally Smith (ADAM 001 102) (Note: the suffix Jr. is on the marriage record)
a) Therefore with this marriage he could be the father of our Rachel KILLIN born 1813-1815.
b) He marries again?May 13, 1836, Mercer County, Pennsylvania to Francis Ellen Ulum
54) 6 August 1811, Adams Co., Ohio James KILLIN marries Elizabeth KILLIN (Adam 001 120) (could also be a father to Rachel (Killen/Killin) Lindsey)
55) 1812, Tax List, Tiffin, Adams Co., Ohio, George HARPER
56) Drum & Fife, John KILLIN & John Melton. Under the Command of Jeremiah Talbott, Captain, Company No. 8.(Military Records: Virginia in the Revolution and War of 1812. Records of the Revolutionary War, Part II – Officers and Privates, Page 214)
57) From July 28 until august 22, 1813, a John KILLIN was a private listed in the Roll of Capt. Robert Russell’s Company. (reference Roster of Ohio soldiers in the War of 1813, Rosters of Ohio Soldiers, page 129)
58) 2 March 1818, Adams Co., Ohio, William KILLEN, marries Nancy Lafferty, (ADAM 002 141)
59) 1820, Census, Adams Co., Ohio
a) John KILLIN (Sr.) would be abt. 63 years old this year, living in Tiffin, Adams Co., Ohio. 0-1-0-0-0-1-3-3-1-1, Page #8.
i) One male 10-16
ii) One male 45 & over
iii) Three female under 10
iv) Three female 10-16
v) One female 16-26
vi) One female 26-45
b) William KILLIN, living in West Union, Adams Co., Ohio.
60) 1 September 1825, Greene County, Ohio, David KILLEN, marries Amelia Short (Gree 00A 157)
61) 14 august 1827, Adams Co., Ohio, Ann KILLEN, marries George S. Compton (ADAM 003 161)
62) 15 May 1828, Adams Co., Ohio, Mary Kellim Marries George S. Davis, (ADAM 003 177)
63) 14 August 1829, Adams Co., Ohio, Marriage: Ann KILLIN to George S. Compton
64) 1830, Census. There are three KILLIN named people on the census in Tiffin twp, Adams Co., Ohio.
65) 1830, John Sr. living alone, in Tiffin twp., and is 73 years old, listed as between 60 & 70 years old. Page #10. John Jr would be 38 years old that year.
i) (Items 54-56 below)
66) 1830, Rachael KILLIN, with 5 daughters, She is between 50 and 60 years old, living in Tiffin, as head of household. Page #11
a) She may be Rachael (HARPER) KILLIN
i) Census details.
b) No Sons was listed, just daughters were listed
c) One female between 10-15,
d) One female between 15-20, (this age group would qualify as our Rachel KILLEN's age group)
e) Two Female between 20-30
f) One female between 50-60
g) Rachael was between 50-60
h) She would have been born between 1780 & 1790 calculated.
67) 1830, William KILLIN, Living in Tiffin was on the 1830 census page #8
68) Census details:
a) Two Male age under five.
b) one Male between 20-30
c) one Female between 5-10
d) one Female between 10-15
e) One Female between 30-40 (this one is probably William's wife.)
69) 7 October 1830, Adams Co., Ohio, Ruth KILLIN, marries Milton Gossett. (ADAM 003 241)
70) 1830’s-1849 Mrs. William KILLIN made burial Shrouds for $1.00 each
71) 25 November 1832, Adams Co., Ohio, Marriage George KILLIN (KILLEN) to Mary Martha Metz.Daughter of Jacob Metz“The Emigrant” and (Eliza Jane Thoroman?). George KILLIN & Martha will have children, S.E. KILLIN, Female b. about 1835, A.J. KILLIN, Female, about 1840, G.W. KILLIN, Female, about 1844, & John KILLIN, Male, about 1847. all born in Adams Co., Ohio(Reference: History of Adams County, biographical Sketches Page # 812-813)
72) 12 Mar 1835, Marriage of Rachel KILLEN & William Lindsey
73) May 13, 1836, John KILLIN Jr. married Francis Ellen Ulum, in Mercer County, Pennsylvania.
a) He may not be a son of Rachael (HARPER) KILLIN
74) KILLIN Amanda Ellen d/o George & Mary d. 11 Sept 1837, 2m 5d. Jacksonville cemetery, Meigs twp., Adams Co, Ohio
75) 1840,John KILLIN Sr. was 83 years old at the time of the 1840 census, He was listed in the 1840 list of Revolutionary war Pensioners. Living at West Union, Adams Ohio, and 83 years old.His age (83) was on the census of 1840.
76) 1840, KILLIN (Kilin), John, State: OH, County: Adams Co., Location: West Union, Year: 1840, Page #: 059, (Jr,)
77) 10 September 1844, KILLIN, John Sr. Dies, age 87 years. Buried in West Union Cemetery.Ref: the Official roster of the soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio (Ref: # W3694) Note: Major Joseph Finley and John KILLIN are the only Revolutionary soldiers known to be buried in the old cemetery in West Union. The graves are both marked. Most of the revolutionary soldiers in Adams County, who obtained pensions, did so through Wesley Lee, who acted as pension agent in West Union from about 1823, so long as pensions were obtained.
78) 1845, KILLIN John Jr. and his family relocate to Oregon, via Wagon train.His WifeFrances Ellen (Ulum) KILLIN, and children: Martha (“Marcia”), Catherine, Thomas Benton, and G. Benton are present.
79) 18 March 1850 West Union, Adams Co., Ohio band established
a) Joseph KILLIN played Valve Trumpet.
b) WW KILLIN played Bass Trombone.
80) 1850 Census, West Union, Adams Co., Ohio Rachel KILLIN, age 65, Birth State: Virginia, Head of household.Daughter Nancy is present.
81) July 1851, Woodburn, Clackamas, Oregon. Birth of Rachel KILLIN, Daughter ofJohn & Frances (Ulum) KILLIN
82) 14 October 1851, Brown Co., Ohio, widow, Rachel applied for widows pension. Stating they was married for 47 years. She has not remarried. This certified by Jacob Brown & William Tompson.
83) 1852-1856, William KILLEN Coroner, Adams County Ohio.
84) Abt. 1853, Marriage Harriet F. KILLIN to Jessie OSBORNE, Son of Alonzo OSBORNE (1831- after 1881) & Nancy Carpenter (1810-about 1881) Alonzo & Nancy had their 50th wedding anniversary Jan 22, 1881, Nancy died November 1881. Harriet F. (KILLIN) OSBORNE had some eleven children.
85) 1852 Ohio, Child named Emily Killin (Killen) born to George Killin & Mary (Metz) Killin, this is their 6th child per the 1860 census. (This family was also in Kentucky later)
86) 1855 Kentucky, Child named Matilda Killin (Killen), born to George Killin & Mary (Metz) Killin. This is their 7th child per the 1860 census
87) March 1858, Adams Co., Ohio, widow Rachel, aged 80, applied for BLW, Birth year calculated as 1788
88) March 3, 1858, Adams Co., Ohio, Jail.The stone work of the jail & sheriffs residence was let to William KILLEN, for $994.50
89) 1860 Census, Tiffin, Adams Co., Ohio Rachel KILLIN, age 85?Birth State: Virginia listed as Blind. Maybe that is why her daughter Nancy age 52, is present.
90) 1860 Ohio, Child named Ida M. Killin (Killen),born to George Killin & Mary (Metz) Killin.This is their 8th child per the 1860 census
91) 1860 Federal Census, George Killin (Killen) & Mary (Metz) Killin, are in Boyd County, Kentucky, with their 8 children.
92) October 23, 1867, John KILLIN Jr. dies in Butte Creek, Clackamas, Oregon. Buried at Rock Creek Cemetery, Canby, Oregon
93) 28 Dec 1869, Oregon City, Clackamas, Oregon, Marriage of Rachel KILLIN & James H. GARRETT. Rachel KILLIN is daughter of John KILLIN & Frances Ulum.
94) June 9 1900, Letter to Commissioner of Pensions.Dear Sir: John KILLIN, my great grandfather, was a Revolutionary soldier from Pennsylvania, and was a pensioner; but under which of the acts I am unable to say.I desire to be furnished with a copy of his record as a Revolutionary Soldier.Your answer will greatly oblige, Respectfully Mrs. Harriet F. OSBORNE, of Portsmouth, Ohio. She was probably Harriet F. KILLEN Daughter of William KILLIN. As of 12/22/2005 have not found a great grand daughter with the name Harriet F. OSBORNE.
95) Letter to Rev War Pension office. June 28, 1900, Washington D.C. Dear Sir: John KILLEN of Pennsylvania was a solder of the revolutionary war and my ancestor and would you please send me a statement of his services in the revolutionary war. Yours truly, Maud LAWLER.(Found a Maud Ann LAWLER)
96) 2 February 1920, Death of James H. GARRETT. (Oregon state) Husband to Rachel KILLIN. Daughter of John KILLIN Jr.
97) 31 May 1922, Death of Rachel (KILLIN) GARRETT. (Oregon state)