I am looking for more information about this family group. I have read that Nathaniel G. Dabney and Mary Kiefer had six children but the only one identified by that source as theirs is son Gardner, born in 1807. I will appriciate any assistance identifying all of their offspring, so the Sophia you mention may fill one of those slots. On the 1850 census for Ohio one does find a 49 yr old Charles P. Dabney + family in Cleveland, 40 yr old Ebenezer + wife and 8 childen in Bristol, Trumbull County and 23 yr old Freeman + wife & toddler in Weathersfield.Jane Dabney age 29 seems to be alone with 4 daughters under ten in Youngstown, two houses away from 77 yr old Mary Dabney [I assume this is Nathaniel's widow and Mary Kiefer Dabney - the Western Reserve Dabney matriarch]. Living next door to her, Mary Kiefer Dabney, is Covington Westlake [overseer for Nathaniel's extensive property] and his wife, Laura J Dabney Westlake who had just married in 1850 [Laura being the daughter of Gardner Dabney and his wife Catherine Van Wye.] The Westlake's will have 9 children over the next 20 years. So far, I have not located Catherine Van Wye Dabney in this 1850 census, but in 1870 she is 59 years old, living in Austintown, Mahonig County with her granddaughter Alice age 8. I also need to find out the names of the rest of her children. Gardiner apparently died in the late 1830s and it has been suggested thay had 5 or 6 children, Laura being one and my money is on Freeman Dabney being another one. I am basing this assumption on the location of his 1850 residence, next door to Joseph Earl and his wife Mary Van Wye Earl [Catherine's sister?] and several houses away from Mary's 70+ parents Charles and Jane Van Wy. Another question - did Nathaniel move to Youngstown area in 1796 alone with his wife, or did they have other family members arrive with them? Thank you for any assistance you provide to fill out this family group picture andclear this up for me.