The following group moved to Warren Co. Ohio, but there does not appear a Jesse Sever that I can find.
Descendants of Joseph John Sever,Jr
Generation No. 1
1.JOSEPH JOHN7 SEVER,JR(JOSEPH JOHN6, PETER5, PETER4, SHUBAEL3, SHUBAEL2, ROBERT1) was born 7/05/1782 in Burlington Co., New Jersey, and died 10/22/1833 in Warren Co., Indiana.He married ELIZABETH SHARP 12/18/1806 in Burlington Co., New Jersey, daughter of ISAAC SHARP and SUSANNA PEACOCK.
More About JOSEPH JOHN SEVER,JR:
Fact 6: Quaker
Notes for ELIZABETH SHARP:
After the death of her husband in 1829, Elizabeth Sharp Sever loaded her scant belongings on a two wheeled ox cart and with her family of 9 children and 1 grandson, moved westward to Attica, Indiana. She lived there for a short time. She again hitched up the ox cart and moved west. She settled near the small community of Kickapoo, Warren Co., Indiana.
Various Severs family members were known to walk from New Jersey to Indiana, traveling "Shanks Mare".
Children of JOSEPH SEVER and ELIZABETH SHARP are:
2. i. JOHN SHARP8 SEVER, b. 12/17/1807, Evesham Tnshp, Burlington Co, New Jersey; d. 4/21/1882, Iroquois Co., Illinois.
ii. IVAN SEVER, b. 1809, Burlington Co., New Jersey; d. Greene Co., Ohio.
3. iii. MARIA SEVER, b. 6/10/1811, Greene Co., Ohio; d. 1845, Greene Co., Ohio or Warren Co., Ind..
iv. OBEDIAH SEVER, b. 1813, Warren Co., Ohio; m. ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
4. v. SARAH SEVER, b. 7/06/1815, Lebanon, Oh; d. 1891.
5. vi. ISAAC SHARP SEVER, b. 12/27/1820, Edwardsville, Warren Co., Ohio; d. 8/29/1904, So. Gifford, Macon Co., Missouri.
6. vii. JANE SEVER, b. 7/20/1822, Edwardsville, Warren Co., Ohio; d. 9/18/1902, Independence, Indiana.
7. viii. ALLEN SEVER, b. 5/31/1825, Edwardsville, Warren Co., Ohio; d. 6/29/1906, May, Harper Co., Oklahoma.
ix. CARMAN SEVER, b. 8/13/1827, Edwardsville, Warren Co., Ohio; d. 7/09/1900, Milford, Illinois; m. (1) ELIZABETH HAND OR TAYLOR; m. (2) CORA PARKS, 1899; m. (3) CORA PARKS, 1900, Milford, Indiana.
(See "World Family tree of The Sever Family" and "The Family Tree of Robert Sever of Roxbury, Mass" by W. Roger Gillem