--------- per "The Hoosier Journal Of Ancestry, Jefferson County", Indiana:
John Paul is the son of Michael Paul, a native of Holland, and Ann Parker of Germantown, Pa. Ann was a cousin of Rev. Samuel Smith, President of what later became Princeton University. One of 6 or 7 children, John was born in Germantown, Pa. Nov. 12, 1758 and died June 6, 1830 in Madison, Ind. He married Sarah Thornberry Grover in Danville, Ky. 1794. They had 4 children, the eldest dying quite young. --------- Sarah Thornberry Grover is d/o Josias and Mary Anderson Grover, of Baltimore, Maryland. Josias and Mary m. Dec. 25, 1754. Mary, b. 1/18/1736, d/o Benjamin Anderson (b. 1/20/1701) and Mary Thornberry (or Thornbury)
Ann Parker Paul b. March 18, 1799 in Harden Co, Ky., m. William Hendricks, the 2nd Gov. of Indiana. Ann died Sept. 12, 1887. Both buried in Fairmount Cem. Madison, Ind.
John Peter Paul b. Dec. 23, 1800 in Greene Co, Ohio, d. Sept. 30, 1835 Corydon, Ind., m. Eliza Meek. Both buried in Fairmount Cem. Madison, Ind.
Sarah Grover Paul, b Mar. 21, 1802 Greene Co, Ky. died Sept. 14, 1877, m. 1)Dr. Robert Craven, 2)Dr. Samuel Mackerness Goode, 3)Rev. Benjamin C. Stevenson. All are buried in Fairmount Cem. Madison, Indiana.
Other misc. family members : Elizabeth b. 9/26/1860 (sister to Sarah T.) m. Jerry Talbot Drusilla b. 2/26/1762 (sister) m. Richard Colgate Talbott. Benjamin Grover b 1/9/1758, (brother to Sarah T.) m Anne Dorsey Grover, w/o Benjamin, buried in Fairmount as Nancy Grover. Jemima 6/1/1764 (sister)m. Some of their children: Ruth T. Grover (niece) m. John Sering (John is at Fairmount). Nicholas Dorsey (N.D.) Grover m. Elizabeth Brisben 6/20/1821 in Jefferson Co. Ind. Elizabeth A Grover m. David L McCord 1/15/1825 Jefferson Co. Ind. Jeremiah Grover Ira Grover m Elizabeth Glanton. Josiah Grover m. Sophia Everts(Evarts) d/o Dr. Sylvanus Everts and Susannah Parker, lived and died in LaPorte. The Talbotts.
There is a cemetery near Madison, Brisben Cemetery, on Stephen Farm, only one stone found, for Ann C. Grover, d 3 Sep. 1824 aged 8 months, 24 days. The fact that it's "Brisben" leads me to think that this may have been a daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth. They did have 2 sons, according to Nicholas's obit.