36.JamesGiveans, born 1723 in Antrim, Eire; died 01 May 1801.He was the son of 72. SamuelGiveans and 73. SarahCathey.He married 37. MarthaAllen. 37.MarthaAllen, born Abt. 1738; died Aft. 1803. Notes for James Giveans: James was a Captain in the revolutionary war Children of James Giveans and Martha Allen are:
Christina Dougan, born Abt. 1775; died Abt. 1819 in Vernon, Sussex, NJ; married John Giveans.
54.ChristopherFennerHe married 55. MaryUnknown. 55.MaryUnknown Notes for Christopher Fenner: This may be his father- From Marlene Cromwell: Nicholaus Fenner b. about 1750 Hesse Cassel, Germany. Hessian soldier, Revolutionary war. prisoner of war five times. Released final time 1783. m.Catherine. Settled in Sussex co. Hardyston twp. Four sons that we know of- 1)Joseph b. 6-14-1808 m. Mary Woodruff Migrated to Richfield, Genesee Co. MI.Children:Jacob b.1834 m. Rosetta Fisher: Cornelius b. 1-3-1839 m. Caroline Teachout; Catherine Mary b. 1840 m. Linus Fellows; Harriet b. 9-6-1842 m. Abner Wood (Harriet shares gr.grandfather with Tyler/Reynolds line that is part of my Clemons line): Charles E. b.9-15-1847 m. Elenora Wilson (my gr. grandfather) : Lydia b. 3-22-1851 m. Nelson Parritt -no issue 2) Peter b.1794 m. Debra Shirts Children: Joseph, Nicholas II, Lydia m. John Hart before 1850 d. 1870 - Migrated to Michigan with Joseph 1840's 3) Christopher- still verifying his info 4) John - just found- only info Leroy Baker GGGgrandson
Notes for Mary Unknown: Possibly Morris
Children of Christopher Fenner and Mary Unknown are:
Catherine Fenner, born 1811 in New Jersey; died 25 Dec 1880 in Sussex, NJ; married William Peacock.
John Fenner, born 1812 in New Jersey; died 30 Nov 1855 in Vernon, Sussex, NJ (Source: Nancy Pascal, Transcriber, Vernon twp Death Records, Fenner, John30 Nov 1855MM43yVernon(Not given).); married Jane Unknown; born 1822 in NY.
Notes for John Fenner: CENSUS YR:1850STATE or TERRITORY:NJCOUNTY:SussexDIVISION:VernonREEL NO:464PAGE NO:62B REFERENCE:4 September 1850John A. Johnson123 13306316 FennerJohn35M.Labourer.N.J. 14306316 FennerJane28F...N. Y. 15306316 FennerSarah14F...N. J. 16306316 FennerWilliam12M...N. J. 17306316 FennerJohn7M...N. J.
Mary A Fenner, born Aug 1824 in New Jersey; died 13 Feb 1899 in Hardyston, Sussex, NJ; married Aaron Willis; born 01 Nov 1821 in Stockholm, Sussex, NJ; died 04 Mar 1900 in Stockholm, Sussex, NJ.
More About Mary A Fenner: Burial: Stockholm Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Sussex Co., NJ
Notes for Aaron Willis: 1895 Census - Sussex Co., NJ, Hardyston Twp., Pg. 13 Dwelling 80, Family 83 382 Aaron Willis 383 Mary 384 Harry Dunn (living next to George and family)
More About Aaron Willis: Burial: Stockholm Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Sussex Co., NJ
56.UnknownStephenfield Notes for Unknown Stephenfield: Found listing for John Steppenfield, married Keziah Wood b 14 Nov 1792daughter of Jonathan Wood b 11 Oct 1755 in Warwick, Orange, NY d 24 Mar 1801and Mary Durland b 12 Nov 1756 in Goshen, Orange, NY. Another listing has him married as second husband to Kesiah's sisterMary Wood 17 Aug 1794, not Keziah. Johnathan Wood's Will: 22 DEC 1800 Prob. 11 Apr 1801, Wife Mary sons Jesse, Charles, Amzi, Elias, Jonathan, John and Daughters Elizabeth, Deborah, Keziah, Mary Military Service: Pvt. 4th Reg Orange Co., NY Militia Children of Unknown Stephenfield are:
Peter Stephenfield, born 1808 in NY; died Aft. 1880 in NJ; married Christiana Silsby 01 Jan 1831 in Sussex NJ.
Elizabeth Stephenfield, born in NY; married Peter Kanoff.
58.JamesSilsby, born Abt. 1787 in New Jersey.He married 59. MaryUnknown. 59.MaryUnknown, born Abt. 1784 in New Jersey. Notes for James Silsby: 1850 Census shows them living next door to Peter and daughter Christiana CENSUS YR:1850STATE or TERRITORY:NJCOUNTY:SussexDIVISION:SpartaREEL NO:464PAGE NO:172A REFERENCE:5 September 1850John B. Easton342 20151156 SilsbyJames63M.Laborer. N. J...X.. 21151156 SilsbyMary66F...N. J...X.. 22151156 SilsbyJohn41M.Laborer.N. J...X.. 23151156 SilsbyMary39F...N. J...... 24151156 SilsbyMaria11F...N. J..X... 25151156 SilsbyDavid W.7M...N. J..X... 26151156 SilsbyNancy5F...N. J...... 27151156 SilsbyMary C.1F...N. J..... From 'Elder James Benedict:The Pioneer Preacher of the Warwick and Wyoming Valleys'by Mrs. Elizabeth C. Van Duzer, 1923 ~ Jonathon Silsbe, and Chrisstana Silsbe were listed as signers of the document from a conference meeting in Starling stating that Elder James Benedict would go to Westmorelandto set up the church, and they would follow after as soon as able. Dated 8 Mar 1777 Church Meeting Record dated Warwick, August 21, 1777 refers to Deacon Silsby being chosen Moderater and conducting a vote for the removal of the Church to Westmoreland. ~~I believe Deacon Silsby and Chrisstana were the parents of James Silsby Children of James Silsby and Mary Unknown are:
John Silsby, born 1809 in New Jersey; married Hannah Unknown; born 1811 in New Jersey.