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The Clove Dutch Reformed Church of Clove Valley Wantage, Sussex County, NJ : Baptisms
July 26, 1801- John Roleson and Ledy VanSickle; Jacob and Joseph, b. Apirl 20, 1801.
married (1) Eliza Bockoven December 05, 1822; died Bef. 1838;
married (2) Margaret Himrod 1838..
701 & 702 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES: BERLIN TOWNSHIP.
MRS. MARGARET ROLOSON ; P. O. Tanktown ; was born in Northumberland Co., Penn., Feb. 16, 1814. Her father was born Feb. 4, 1763 ; her mother's maiden name was Catharine Kirk, born in August, 1769 ; both natives of Pennsylvania ; they emigrated to this State in 1817 ; located first in Berkshire, afterward moved to Berlin, where they died-the mother April 5, 1831, the father April 13, 1842. Mrs. Roloson was married in September, 1837, to Joseph Roloson, born April 20, 1800, in one of the Middle States ; his father lived to the age of 102 years. Early in life, Joseph learned the cooper's trade, which he followed for many years; he died in July, 1877, on the farm they located about the year 1852, and where Mrs. Roloson now lives. Five children were born to them-Simon, the eldest, lost. his life in the battle of Gettysburg, as a member of the 4th O. V. I, his term had nearly expired ; Henrietta, or "Nettie"; Lemuel, served one year in Co. G of the 96th O. V. I. lost his health and was discharged, and died at Columbus while on his way home ; Louisa, note wife of W. H. Smith, of Kingston, and Fidelia at home. Nettie was the wife of Chauncey W Smith, son of Rodney Smith ; C. W. was out it the 96th O. V. I., Co. G, served until the close of the war, and was a true and valiant soldier ; ha was taken prisoner at Atlanta July 22, 1864 and spent several months in rebel prisons, when his health was seriously impaired, which was the probable cause of his death-May 6, 1879; he kept a series of interesting accounts during hi term of service. They were married August 30, 1865. During his life served as Township Clerk
and other official stations, and was, at the time of his death, a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church, of which the family are all members. Mr. Roloson had been one of the Elders for twenty years. Mrs. Smith has 100 acres of land.
Source Information:Census Place Berlin, Delaware, OhioFamily History Library Film1255012NA Film NumberT9-1012Page Number370B
Herriette SMITHSelfWFemaleW39OHKeeping HouseNYPA
Marriage 1 Chauncey W Smith
Married: 30 AUG 1865
Frank Smith b: ABT 1866 in of Berlin, Delaware, Ohio