I found a printed Email that one Jetoo@aol.com told me of John B
marrying a Goff!. Feb 28,2000.
J.W.Robinson,JP had a store across from the courthouse in Batavia.
1826 3 Clark's owned land in Batavia township. Johnson,
Isaiah,and Christopher. The Wm Thomas who bought the Batavia lot
was sheriff,and later,with his 3rd wife,Electra Collins,farmed within a
of where I type. Electra's parents came from Port Republic,NJ AS DID A
Some Johnson Clark m Rhoda Covalt,by Baptist Rev Issac Ferris,1832 likely
west of Batavia.Moore's likely attended there.
A Johnson Clarke,of Hamilton Co m Lucy McMahan,by David Dial,jp 1824
A Cynthia Clark m Enoch Jackson,of Batavia,in 1824,by Wm Mount,JP.
A Christopher Clark m Margaret Crawford,1824,by Wm Davis,JP
nATHANIAL Clark to Mary Pearce,1822,by Wm Davis,JP
Martha Clark,1814 to Wm White,by Rev John Collins, [Benjamin's?]
On Tue, 1 Oct 2002 14:55:35 EDT Jetoo@aol.com writes:
> Hermon: Eunice GOFF (b ca 1801, VT-d 1840, Batavia), dau. of
> (b. 1799, VT-d aft 1830) md John B. MOORE, ca 1820. Other children
> Christopher GOFF married into the BULL, LANE, and RUST families.
> Hermon wrote: <<From memory-somebody told me online my wife's John B
> Charles-both s Batavia grist millers, was married 1st to a Goff
> before John B
> married the widow, - Patterson Sellers Glancy Moore. By the latter,
> they had
> Wm Commodore Perry Moore, Batavia civil war and teamster, m to
> Minerva Lewis
> after the war. Son James Moore m Fanny Clark,and,widowed, she
> remarried Mr
> Brunk,of East Batavia Hights. Fanny was in her 90's in 1959, and
> dead before
> we could have a 5 generation picture after April 6,1961.>>
> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:53:54 EDT Jetoo@aol.com writes:
> > Hermon wrote:
> <<It was common for many Clermont Co ,sw Ohio people to migrate to
> Clay and
> Vigo counties,In,and adjoining Vermillion Co,Illinois.>>
> <Is anyone researching a Clermont Co. family who migrated to Jasper
> Co., IN,
> bef. 1840, or know of any familCharles,ies who did so?
> I am searching for the parents of Simon Lucas CLARK who md Statira
> GOFF in
> Clermont Co., 6 May 1832. On 13 Mar 1833, Simon purchased from
> William M.
> and Ann VOORHEES, Lots 179 & 180 in Batavia, which he and Statira
> sold to
> William THOMAS on 17 Feb 1834. In 1839, they had a son born in OH,
> and then
> appear in the 1840 Jasper Co., IN census. Thanks,
Subject: [OHCLER] Migration from Clermont Co./Goff/Moore
Hermon: Eunice GOFF (b ca 1801, VT-d 1840, Batavia), dau. of
(b. 1799, VT-d aft 1830) md John B. MOORE, ca 1820. Other children of
Christopher GOFF married into the BULL, LANE, and RUST families.
He had served in Capt Lewis' Civil War company from Batavia.
He,and his mother,and step-brother,Henry Sellers, and batcholor
lawyer,Capt Lewis,all lived in the Batavia Hotel,in 1860. He married
Minerva Lewis after the war.by a JP SW OF Batavia. They lived in n e
Batavia,and he was a teamster. His short-lived son was James Moore
m Fanny Clark,,and had Hazel Moore Kirkpatrick, and who married 2nd a
Brunk Rd,East Batavia Hights Brunk,and
had Estell and Pauline Brunk Weaver. Fanny died,very aged,1960-61,Hazel m
Edgar Kirkpatrick-my wife's grandparents. Eldon Kirkpatrick
m 1st Ruth
Ashton,of Williamsburg,in 1938. Ruth Ann Kirkpatrick m me in 1959 at
Our youngest daughter,Brook,is 40 today.
On Thu, 21 Nov 2002 20:47:22 EST EBlair428@aol.com writes:
> Would some one be kind enough to look up info on
> Elizabeth Lewis..
> Page 616
> Thank you, Eileen in Indy