Brandy (?)1

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ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Brandy (?) married Anthony Scott Earhart, son of Robert "Bobby" Earhart and Deanna Donn Warner.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Brandy (?) and Anthony Scott Earhart

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.

Lynette Dawn Earhart1

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Relationship5th great-granddaughter of Henry Teets
ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Lynette Dawn Earhart is the daughter of Robert "Bobby" Earhart and Deanna Donn Warner.1 Lynette Dawn Earhart married Thomas "Tom" Galton.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012
Father*Robert "Bobby" Earhart1
Mother*Deanna Donn Warner1

Family: Lynette Dawn Earhart and Thomas "Tom" Galton

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.

Thomas "Tom" Galton1

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ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Thomas "Tom" Galton married Lynette Dawn Earhart, daughter of Robert "Bobby" Earhart and Deanna Donn Warner.1
Last Edited15 Jul 2006

Family: Thomas "Tom" Galton and Lynette Dawn Earhart

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.

William Todd Earhart1

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Relationship5th great-grandson of Henry Teets
ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     William Todd Earhart is the son of Robert "Bobby" Earhart and Deanna Donn Warner.1 William Todd Earhart married Heather (?)1
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
Father*Robert "Bobby" Earhart1
Mother*Deanna Donn Warner1

Family: William Todd Earhart and Heather (?)

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.

Heather (?)1

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ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Heather (?) married William Todd Earhart, son of Robert "Bobby" Earhart and Deanna Donn Warner.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Heather (?) and William Todd Earhart

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.

Edward James Mackey1,2

M, b. circa 1917
ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Edward James Mackey was born circa 1917 in Upshur, West Virginia.2,3 He is the son of Adolphus B. Mackey and Nola L. (?)2,3 Edward James Mackey married Eleanor Elizabeth Warner, daughter of Gilbert Edgar Warner and Cosby "Cosbie" Teets, on 28 April 1957 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia.1,2
Last Edited16 Dec 2010
Father*Adolphus B. Mackey2
Mother*Nola L. (?)3 b. c 1892

Family: Edward James Mackey and Eleanor Elizabeth Warner

Citations

  1. [S791] Obit: Henry Hartzel Warner, 7 Nov 2003.
    Henry H. Warner
    Henry Hartzel Warner, 80, of Fairlawn Drive, Buckhannon, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2003, in Holbrook Nursing Home.
    He was born May 6, 1922, in Buckhannon, a son of the late Edgar and Cosbie Teets Warner.
    He was married for 58 years to Camella Lucille Tenney Warner, who survives. They were married at First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon.
    Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Deanna Donn Earhart and husband, Bobby, of Hollywood, Md.; four grandchildren, Michael Wayne Earhart and wife, Tonya, of Martinsburg, Anthony Scott Earhart and wife, Brandy, of Hollwood, Md., Lynette Dawn Galton and husband, Tom, of Summersville, S.C., and William Todd Earhart and wife, Heather, of Chesapeake Beach, Md.; six great-grandchildren, Nick, Kesley and Cory Earhart, Brittany Payne, Kendall and Ethan Galton; one sister, Betty Gaunt and husband, William, of Buckhannon; and one brother, Clyde Warner of Newark, Ohio.
    He was preceded in death by three sisters, Myrtle Ward, Eleanor Mackey and Addie Mason.
    He was a graduate of Buckhannon Upshur High School and attended the Chicago Institute of Drafting and Engineering. He was a precision machinist at the TRW Co. in Cleveland, Ohio.
    He served in the military from 1942-1946, serving in the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion. He was battlefield commissioned to second lieutenant. He received the World War II Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, American Service Medal, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross and two Purple Hearts. He was the most decorated soldier in the National Guard in the state of West Virginia in 1949.
    He was a member of the Buckhannon Country Club, a life member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the American Legion Post 7.
    He was a member of Tennerton United Methodist Church.
    Friends will be received at Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. William C. Eskew Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Military honors will be presented at the graveside by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3663 and American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post 7, both of Buckhannon, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart of USA Chapter 697 of Jane Lew. Tomblyn-Whitescarver Funeral Chapel of Buckhannon is in charge of the arrangements for Henry Hartzel Warner. From 11 Jan 2003.
  2. [S606] Marriage Records: WV, Division of Culture and History, April 28, 1957 in Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia by J. Raymond Wood
    Mackey, Edward James, 39, divorced, b. Upshur County, West Virginia, resides Upshur County, West Virginia, s/o Radalphus B. Mackey and Nola E. Mackey
    Warner, Elizabeth Eleanor, 37, single, b. Upshur County, West Virginia, resides Upshur County, West Virginia, d/o Edgar Warner and Cosbie Warner.
  3. [S167] Census: 1920 Upshur, West Virginia, Buckhannon District, February 5, 1920, HH#162-162
    Mackey, Adolphus B., 37, WV WV WV
    wife Nolla L., 28, , WV WV WV
    daughter Gladis M., 12, WV WV WV
    son Roy W., 9, WV WV WV
    son Wilbur L., 5, WV WV WV
    son Edward, 2 6/12, WV WV WV
    son Junior O., 8/12, WV WV WV
    brother-in-law Slaughter, Floyd, 38, divorced, WV WV WV.

Kenneth C. Whittington1

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     Kenneth C. Whittington married Agnes Ruth Welling circa 1930.1
Last Edited22 Oct 2008

Family: Kenneth C. Whittington and Agnes Ruth Welling

Citations

  1. [S501] Census: 1930 Monongalia, West Virginia, Morgantown, District 21, April 5, 1930, HH#103-121
    Whittington, Kenneth C., 26, married at 26, WV WV WV
    wife Ruth A., 27, married at 18, WV WV WV
    step-son Teets, George E., 8, WV WV WV
    Father-in-law Welling, George, 54, married at 24, WV WV WV
    Mother-in-law Welling, Anna, 49, married at 18, WV WV WV
    Brother-in-law Welling, Frank, 17, WV WV WV.

Elizabeth Walker Paterson1

F, b. 30 November 1925
ChartsHenry Teets, b. b1760 Indented Descendant Chart
     Elizabeth Walker Paterson was born on 30 November 1925 in Detroit, Michigan.1 She married George Edward Whittington, son of Leslie Russell Teets and Agnes Ruth Welling, on 18 May 1947 in Detroit, Michigan.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Child of Elizabeth Walker Paterson and George Edward Whittington

Citations

  1. [S792] Ancestry.com: The Walter-Wood-Harper Family, Dale Walker, e-mail address, http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Father: Leslie R. Teets b: 9 MAY 1899 in Friendsville, MD
    Mother: Agnes Ruth Welling b: 13 APR 1902 in Oakland, Garrett Co., MD
    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Walker Paterson b: 30 NOV 1925 in Detroit, Michigan
    Married: 18 MAY 1947.
  2. [S1690] George Whittington, email to John Teets, 10/22/2008, Teets Family.

Luther Lamar "Lem" Stansberry1,2

M, b. 31 March 1882, d. 27 September 1954
     Luther Lamar "Lem" Stansberry was born on 31 March 1882 in Marion, West Virginia.3,4,5,2,6 He was the son of Jonah Stansberry and Sarah Ann Bell.1 Luther Lamar "Lem" Stansberry died on 27 September 1954 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, at age 72.3,2 He was buried on 29 September 1954 in Morgantown, Monongalia, West Virginia.3,2
Last Edited2 Feb 2009
Father*Jonah Stansberry1 b. 16 Oct 1841, d. 16 May 1909
Mother*Sarah Ann Bell1 b. 9 Jul 1843, d. 12 May 1889
     Luther Lamar "Lem" Stansberry registered for the WWI Draft on on 12 September 1918 in Williamson, Mingo, West Virginia.4 He registered for the WWII Draft on on 27 April 1942 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia.7

Citations

  1. [S793] Letter: February 8, 1939, John Luther Stansberry in Lumberport, West Virginia, to Della Dix in Los Angeles, California. Sent 7/11/2006 to John Teets by Brenda and Aaron Carr, P.O. Box 90876, San Bernadino, CA, 92427-1786, p. 2 of letter:
    I don't know whether you remember Uncle Jonah's children or not. Their names are:
    Elery, Clayton, Creed, Etta, Barret, and Lem. They are all living, and all younger than I am.
  2. [S1109] Cemetery: Monongalia, Pisgah Cemetery, Stansberry Luther Lamar 1882 1954.
  3. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, Lamar Lem Stansberry, born March 31, 1882 in Marion County, West Virginia, s/o Jonah Stansberry and Sarah Bell, age 72, never married, died September 27, 1954 in Fairmont, Marion County, West Virginia. Informant Mrs. Maretta Manley (sister). Buried September 29, 1954 in Pisbah Cemetery by Oliver Carpenter.
  4. [S351] Ancestry.com: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Name: Luther Lamar Stansberry
    City: Not Stated
    County: Mingo
    State: West Virginia
    Birth Date: 31 Mar 1882
    Race: White
    Roll: 1992863
    DraftBoard: 0.
  5. [S743] Ancestry.com: U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Record, Name: Luther Lamar Stansberry
    Birth Date: 31 Mar 1882
    Residence: Marion, West Virginia
    Birth: Monongalia, West Virginia
    Roll: WW2_2240291.
  6. [S516] Census: 1910 Monongalia, West Virginia, Clinton, District 74, April 21-22, 1910, HH#88-88
    Stansberry, Lamar L., 28, WV WV
    sister Etta M., 34, WV WV WV.
  7. [S743] Ancestry.com: U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Record, Name: Luther Lamar Stansberry
    Birth Date: 31 Mar 1882
    Residence: Marion, West Virginia
    Birth: Monongalia, West Virginia
    Roll: WW2_2240291.

Francis "Fran" Stansberry1,2

M, b. circa 1760, d. between 1830 and 1840
     Francis "Fran" Stansberry married Mary Brown.5 Francis "Fran" Stansberry was born circa 1760 in Ireland.1,2,5,6 He was the son of Nathan Stansbury.3,4 Francis "Fran" Stansberry died between 1830 and 1840; Could not find him in 1840 census near children in Eastern District, Monongalia County, Virginia.7
Last Edited5 Feb 2009
Father*Nathan Stansbury3,4 d. a 1840

Children of Francis "Fran" Stansberry and Mary Brown

     Francis "Fran" Stansberry was also known as Stepen Stansberry Sr.5 According to a letter written by his grandson John Luther Stansberry on February 8, 1939, "Stephen and Mary Stansberry were our Great Grandparents." [editor's note: it is this statement that led to the idea that Francis Stansberry was also known as Stepen or Stephen]. "They settled on what is called the Smith Farm near the Stansberry Cemetery, probably about 1790 or shortly after. They owned twelve to fifteen hundred acres of land. They died about 1835, and started the cemetery. Sandstones mark their graves. Your grandmother (Hannah), your brother, Willie Mead, your father Wesley, and your cousin Moses Kincaid all have marble slabs to their graves. There is not over 25 or 30 graves there. My grandmother Sarah was the last one buried there in 1878. The cemetery has a wire fence around it and Elery keeps it cleaned. I have paid him some on it a time or two. It's on his farm."8

Citations

  1. [S876] Census: 1810 Monongalia, Virginia, Fran Stansberry, head, 45+
    2 males under 10
    2 males 10-15
    1 male 15-20
    1 female 45+
    1 female 10-15
    1 female under 10.
  2. [S1846] Census: 1830 Monongalia, Virginia, Eastern District
    [all on the same census page]
    [believed to be Francis Stansberry and 4 of his sons]

    Stansberry, David, head, 20-30
    1 female 60-70
    1 female 20-30
    1 female 15-20
    2 females under 5

    Stansberry, Stephen, head, 20-30
    1 male under 5
    1 female 20-30
    1 female under 5

    Stansberry, Jonathan, head, 30-40
    1 male under 5
    1 female 30-40
    1 female under 5

    Stansberry, Francis, head, 60-70
    1 male 15-20
    1 female 60-70
    1 female 10-15

    Stansberry, Moses, head, 30-40
    2 males 5-10
    1 female 30-40
    1 female 15-20
    1 female 10-15
    1 female 5-10
    2 females under 5.
  3. [S1849] Census: 1840 Monongalia, Virginia, East Monongalia
    Stansberry, Nathan, head, 70-80
    1 female 70-80.
  4. [S1848] All the Tub Thumpers, http://www.allthetubthumpers.com/ghtindex.htm, Francis Stansberry
    Born: ABT MAY 1760 - , , NJ
    Marr: ABT 1787 - , , NJ
    Died: ABT 1849 - , , VA
    Father: Nathan Stansbury
    Mother:
    Other Spouses:
    Wife

    Mary Brown
    Born: ABT 1767 - , , NJ
    Died: - , , VA
    Father:
    Mother:
    Other Spouses:
    Children

    1. Lydia Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1788 - , , NJ
    Marr: 1810 - Anthony Harris
    Died: - 2. Amos Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1789 - , , NJ
    Died: - 3. Moses Stansbury
    Born: ABT 1791 - , , PA
    Marr: 1815 - Hannah Ferrell
    Died: ABT 1868 - , , WV 4. Nathan Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1795 - , , VA
    Marr: 1815 - Phoebe Griggs
    Died: 2 AUG 1836 - , Delaware, IN 5. Elizabeth Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1796 -
    Died: - 6. Jonathan Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1798 - , , VA
    Marr: 1818 - Hannah
    Died: AFT 1870 - , Wetzel, WV 7. Stephen Stansberry
    Born: 2 AUG 1803 - , , VA
    Marr: 1826 - Sarah Sapp
    Died: 8 AUG 1854 - , Monongalia, VA 8. David Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1806 - , Monongalia, VA
    Died: - 9. Mary Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1808 - , Monongalia, VA
    Died: - 10. Jonah Stansberry
    Born: ABT 1811 - , Monongalia, VA
    Died: -.
  5. [S793] Letter: February 8, 1939, John Luther Stansberry in Lumberport, West Virginia, to Della Dix in Los Angeles, California. Sent 7/11/2006 to John Teets by Brenda and Aaron Carr, P.O. Box 90876, San Bernadino, CA, 92427-1786, p. 3 of letter:
    Stepen Stansberry Sr. and Family.
    I don't know anything definite about the births or deaths of Stepen and Mary Stansberry. They were probably born about 1760 to 1765. Built their first log cabin in Monongalia Co. about 1790 or 91, died about 1835. Are buried in Stansberry Cemetery. They had 5 boys and one girl, as follows:
    Moses, settled in Jackson Co. WVA
    Jonathan, settled on the home place.
    Amos, settled in Penn.
    Jonah, settled in Barbour Co. WVA
    Stephen, Jr., settled on the home place. Stephen Jr. was my grandfather.
    Mary married Jake Powell. They settled near Morgantown, raised a large family.
    David settled near Morgantown, married twice. Two of his last girls are still living:
    Margaret, married a Westfall and lives in Upshur Co. WVA. Mary never married and lives in Monongalia. They are both up in their eighties.
  6. [S1840] Joyce Heigel, Email to John Teets, 1/27/2009, Emailing: Francis Stansberry tree -GSSJ
    reference Gladine Steele (Stansberry) Johnson.
  7. [S1846] Census: 1830 Monongalia, Virginia, Eastern District
    [all on the same census page]
    [believed to be Francis Stansberry and 4 of his sons]

    Stansberry, David, head, 20-30
    1 female 60-70
    1 female 20-30
    1 female 15-20
    2 females under 5

    Stansberry, Stephen, head, 20-30
    1 male under 5
    1 female 20-30
    1 female under 5

    Stansberry, Jonathan, head, 30-40
    1 male under 5
    1 female 30-40
    1 female under 5

    Stansberry, Francis, head, 60-70
    1 male 15-20
    1 female 60-70
    1 female 10-15

    Stansberry, Moses, head, 30-40
    2 males 5-10
    1 female 30-40
    1 female 15-20
    1 female 10-15
    1 female 5-10
    2 females under 5.
  8. [S793] Letter: February 8, 1939, John Luther Stansberry in Lumberport, West Virginia, to Della Dix in Los Angeles, California. Sent 7/11/2006 to John Teets by Brenda and Aaron Carr, P.O. Box 90876, San Bernadino, CA, 92427-1786, p. 3 of letter:
    Stephen and Mary Stansberry were our Great Grandparents. They settled on what is called the Smith Farm near the Stansberry Cemetery, probably about 1790 or shortly after. They owned twelve to fifteen hundred acres of land. They died about 1835, and started the cemetery. Sandstones mark their graves. Your grandmother (Hannah), your brother, Willie Mead, your father Wesley, and your cousin Moses Kincaid all have marble slabs to their graves. There is not over 25 or 30 graves there. My grandmother Sarah was the last one buried there in 1878. The cemetery has a wire fence around it and Elery keeps it cleaned. I have paid him some on it a time or two. It's on his farm.
  9. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, Line 1, Stephen Stansberry, born in Monongalia County, Virginia, age 51, s/o Francis & Mary Stansberry, died August 8, 1854 of unknown causes in Monongalia County, Virginia. Informant Mary Stansberry, wife.