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35. John BECKETT (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 12, 1804. John died in Camp Point, Illinois, on February 2, 1879; he was 74.
On December 15, 1827 John married Martha ANDERSON. Martha was born in Kentucky on November 12, 1801. Martha died in Camp Point, Illinois, on November 17, 1876; she was 75.
They had the following children:

142 i. Cornelius Ruddle (1828-1881)

143 ii. Henrietta (1829-1910)

144 iii. Sarah Bradshaw (1831-1900)


36. Joseph Shawhan BECKET (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph Shawhan was born on November 13, 1809. Joseph Shawhan died on October 19, 1878; he was 68.
On February 9, 1837 Joseph Shawhan married Elizabeth Frances TODD, daughter of TODD. Elizabeth Frances was born on September 1, 1808. Elizabeth Frances died on January 28, 1892; she was 83.
Sister to Mary Todd who married Abraham Lincoln.
They had the following children:

i. James Marion. James Marion was born on January 31, 1838. James Marion died on March 27, 1865; he was 27. James Marion served in Civil War.

James died at the Battle of Bentonville, North Carolina. He was wounded on March 19, 1865 and died on March 27, 1865. He was a Corporal in Company G., 78th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers, 14th Army Corp, Sherman’s Army.62
145 ii. Mary Ann (1840-1916)

146 iii. William Thomas (1841-1915)

iv. Emily Jane. Emily Jane was born on January 8, 1844. Emily Jane died on May 7, 1877; she was 33.

On December 13, 1866 Emily Jane married William Roe THOMAS. William Roe was born on January 17, 1838. William Roe died on May 29, 1921; he was 83.

147 v. Joseph Alexander (1847-1917)

148 vi. George Riley (1849-1941)


37. Elizabeth Nancy BECKETT (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).63 Elizabeth Nancy was born in Clark County, Indiana, on August 12, 1811. Elizabeth Nancy died on May 10, 1871; she was 59.
On November 3, Elizabeth Nancy married William O’HARRA, son of Charles O’HARRA (-circa 1816) & Rebecca McCOMB (December 4, 1787-April 4, 1871). William was born in Pickaway Plains, Ohio, on December 3, 1808. William died on June 8, 1879; he was 70.
They had the following children:

149 i. Jefferson Wood (1832-1907)

150 ii. Joseph Cisney (1835-1910)

iii. Rebecca June. Rebecca June was born on December 18, 1837. Rebecca June died on May 5, 1870; she was 32.

Rebecca June married Joshua WILSON.

iv. Margaret Emily. Margaret Emily was born on March 1, 1840. Margaret Emily died on February 1, 1924; she was 83.

They had five known children.
Margaret Emily married John BOYD. John was born in 1828. John died in 1898; he was 70.

v. William Irvine. William Irvine was born on March 30, 1842. William Irvine died on November 3, 1869; he was 27.

vi. James Madison. James Madison was born on March 18, 1844. James Madison died on September 16, 1862; he was 18.

vii. Elizabeth Ann. Elizabeth Ann was born on July 20, 1847. Elizabeth Ann died on July 18, 1915; she was 67.

Elizabeth Ann first married Clayton J. DAVIS. Clayton J. died in 1872.

Elizabeth Ann second married George H. STOUT.

viii. Emeralda Adaline. Emeralda Adaline was born on November 23, 1849. Emeralda Adaline died in 1916; she was 66.64

Emeralda Adaline married Amos MEADE.

ix. Martha Myria. Martha Myria was born on March 3, 1854. Martha Myria died in 1918; she was 63.

They had five children.


Martha Myria married Thomas J. MORGAN. Thomas J. was born in 1847. Thomas J. died in 1918; he was 71.
38. James A. BECKETT (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). James A. was born in Clark County, Indiana, on April 29, 1815. James A. died in Yates Center, Kansas, on April 19, 1881; he was 65. James A. was buried in Kalika Cemetery.
On December 16, 1866 James A. married Amanda KINNEMAN, daughter of Ben KINNEMAN & Sarah. Amanda was born in Ross County, Ohio. Amanda died on May 12, 1907 in Yates Center, Kansas.
They had the following children:

151 i. Willis Marion (1867-1940)

152 ii. Luke Shawhan (1869-1940)

153 iii. Sarah Jane “Sally” (1874-1952)

154 iv. Bertha Estella (1876-1915)

155 v. Etta Pearl (1879-1965)

156 vi. Mary Elizabeth (1881-1942)

vii. Jessie O.


39. Jane BECKETT (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Jane was born in Clark County, Indiana, in 1817. Jane died in Camp Point, Illinois, in 1866; she was 49.
Jane married Jacob DAILY. Jacob was born in 1812.65 Jacob died in 1879; he was 67.
They had the following children:

i. David. David was born in 1836.

ii. Joseph B. Joseph B. was born in 1839.

iii. Isabella J. Isabella J. was born in 1841.

iv. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1843.

v. Henry. Henry was born in 1845.

vi. John. John was born in 1846.

vii. Jacob A. Jacob A. was born in 1849.

viii. Phillip. Phillip was born in 1851.

ix. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1854.

x. Grandison. Grandison was born in 1858.
40. Robert Alexander BECKETT (Jane "Jennie" SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Robert Alexander was born in Clark County, Indiana, on January 18, 1818.66 Robert Alexander died in Garden City, Kansas, on March 5, 1892; he was 74.
On February 26, 1834 Robert Alexander married Mary DOWNING, daughter of Rezin DOWNING (March 30, 1779-January 3, 1881) & Nancy TURNER (October 29, 1783-November 26, 1880). Mary was born in Virginia on March 4, 1813. Mary died on March 24, 1903; she was 90.
They had the following children:

157 i. Joseph (1834-1884)

158 ii. William (1836-1877)

iii. Sarah J. Sarah J. was born on January 10, 1839. Sarah J. died on August 7, 1885; she was 46.

iv. Harriet. Harriet was born on January 24, 1839. Harriet died on April 13, 1926; she was 87.

159 v. James Asbury (1840-1928)

vi. John Strange. John Strange was born on April 17, 1842. John Strange died on September 1, 1864; he was 22.

160 vii. Reason Downing (1842-1916)

viii. Ann Maria. Ann Maria was born on May 17, 1844. Ann Maria died on September 23, 1875; she was 31.

ix. Nancy Adeline. Nancy Adeline was born on October 20, 1846. Nancy Adeline died on October 20, 1850; she was 4.

x. Robert Alexander. Robert Alexander was born on July 19, 1849. Robert Alexander died on February 3, 1933; he was 83.

xi. Cornelius L. Cornelius L. was born on January 7, 1851. Cornelius L. died on July 24, 1930; he was 79.

xii. Mary. Mary was born on January 7, 1855. Mary died on September 5, 1949; she was 94.

Family of Elizabeth SHAWHAN (9) & Eli ROBERTSON

41. Daniel ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Daniel was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on April 8, 1798. Daniel died in Westville, LaPorte County, Indiana, on April 8, 1874; he was 76.
On October 21, 1817 Daniel married Margaret TEEPLE, daughter of Jacob TEEPLE & Penelope REYNOLDS, in Clark County, Indiana. Margaret was born about 1800.
Subject: Jacob Teeple

Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 19:34:36 -0400

From: Anne Rahamut

To: darby@visi.net


Dear Bob,

As you can see, I really enjoy my sources. I hope you find something useful here in the Jacob Teeple family info. I look forward to some details from you about Margaret and Daniel's families. I copied down your ged-file, but as you can guess, I'm hoping you can provide the sources of your info to strengthen the picture for me.


regards, Anne
Anne Rahamut,

66 Lawrence Ave East

Toronto ON M4N 1S4


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NOTES ON JACOB TEEPLE


NOTE: Jacob Teeple and Penelope Reynolds had 6 children: George, John Plum, Alexander D., Charles Madison, MARGARET, and an un-identified daughter. My notes on Margaret are very skimpy:
# Margaret Teeple married Daniel Robertson on 21 Oct 1817. Lemuel Ford was the presiding minister. source: Index, Marriage Record "A" of Clark County, State of Indiana, 1808-1820, copy seen at Jeffersonville Twp Public Library, Jeffersonville IN, June 1999
My notes on Jacob Teeple span many years of his life. A very few are primary sources; some are secondary, and some are anecdotal. I always include everything, weak or strong.

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# "John Plum Teeple was born in the township of Wayne, Steuben county, New York, Jan. 23, 1803. His grandparents, German born, moved to Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, at a very early day, where his father, Jacob Teeple, was born in 1764 and was married about 1789 to a Puritan maiden of Connecticut, Penelope Reynolds by name. Soon after his marriage he moved to Steuben county, New York, where all of his children, nine in number, were born and where he represented his district in the legislature several terms." Source: unidentified newsclipping, on the occasion of son John Plum Teeple's 97th birthday, provided by Mrs. MaryLou Dobson, descendant, 1460 Laver Lln, Arlington NE 68002-5658
# The pioneer of the town, according to common understanding and consent, was Jacob Teeples, better known as Colonel Teeples, who located in the town during the year 1800, and on what was known as Charles Williamson's road, Ieading from Bath to Geneva. Jacob Teeples was a pioneer, and a good and worthy citizen. He turned his habitation into a hotel, and kept public house for some years. Neighbors he had none for some time, but his house was an important point on the old stage road. Colonel Teeples was himself a worthy man, for he served two terms in the Assembly, representing Stueben County, and was also sheriff of the county one term. He was succeeded in the ownership of the hotel by Daniel Rapalee, after which he left the town. The latter continued for many years as landlord, as the first town meeting was held at his place in 1823.

From the time of his settlement in 1800 to 1806, Colonel Teeples was practically alone in the town, but the year last named witnessed the arrival of a number of families, among them being those of William Ovenshire, Oliver Parker, Thomas Bronson, Joseph Finton, William Coolbaugh, James Finley, James and Nehemiah Highby, John Carr, and possibly others whose names are not recalled.

source: Lewis Aldrich, History of Yates County, 1892, Library of Congress F127 Y 3A2, Chapter on the Town of Barrington
# In 1803, March 5, Jacob (Teaple) Teeple was a captain in the Steuben County militia (p. 651). In 1806, 31 March, Jacob (Tepple )Teeple was a first major in the Steuben County militia (p. 843). In 1807, Jacob Teeple was lieutenant colonel commandant of the brigade of militia in the county of Steuben (p. 914). In 1808, Jacob Teeple was the late commander of the regiment, now vice Teeple, appointed sheriff (p. 964).

source: Hugh Hastings, compiler and editor, State Historian, Military

Minutes of the Council of Appointment of the State of New York, 1783-1821, published by the State of New York, Volume I, Albany, James B. Lyon State Printer, 1901, copy from Missisquoi Historical Society Archives, P.O. Box 186, Stanbridge East, QC J0J 2H0
# "Teeple, Jacob, b. 19 June 1763, Somerset Co., NJ, d. 7 July 1835, Clark Co., Ind., m (1) Penelope -, d. aft. 1825, deed sign.; (2) Hannah Martin. Service: was a Fifer, later a . While residing with his father in Derry Twp., Northumberland Co., Pa. he served with the Pa. Troops from Oct. 1777 to Feb. 1778 under Col. James Morrow's Regiment and as substitute for his father from 1778-1780. Again, in 1880, he served 6 mos. in Capt. Nelson's Company. In the Spring of 1882, 9 mos. in Capt. Thos. Robinson's Co., and was in an engagement at Bald Eagle Creek. Children: George; John, b. 23 Jan 1803, d. 1903; Charles; Alexander, b. 7 Mar 1808, m. Margaret Rowland; Margaret. Descendant: Donan, Hilda Elizabeth, No. 330688" source: A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution, vol 1, Commemoration of the United States of America Bicentennial July 4, 1976, page 629, copy seen at Jeffersonville Public Library, Jeffersonville IN, June 1999
# ". . . Jacob and family moved to Clark Co Ind. This was about 1815."

source: letter from Isabella Teeple Veazey to Belle Teeple Terry, dated Avilla, Ind., 24 Apr 1928


# "Estray books were kept in each county to record the finding of stray animals. The early settlers had no fences in which to confine their [animals] so it was necessary for each family to have particular markings for their animals and these marks were made a matter of record. Persons taking up stray animals were required to advertise the same in their neighborhood and if not claimed they were to make oath before a justice of the peace that an animal with certain markings had been taken up; the justice then issued a warrant for three disinterested householders to appraise the same. The returns made by the appraisers were entered in an estray book kept by each justice and a copy of the report was transmitted to the clerk of the county court who also entered it in a county estray book.

Since Clark County was the second oldest county to be organized in Indian Territory, its estray book is especially valuable. . ."

Listed in the book is "Jacob Teple, 2-22-1816."

source: Index to Clark County Estray Book 1801-1817, copy seen at Jeffersonville Twp Public Library, Jeffersonville IN, June 1999


# Jacob Teeple married Hannah Martin, 17 Apr 1834 in Clark Co IN. source: Index, Marriage Record Book D, p. 11 of Clark County, State of Indiana, copy seen at Jeffersonville Twp Public Library, Jeffersonville IN, June 1999
# Jacob Teeple and Hannah Martin were married by Leander Cobb, MG. Source: index of presiding ministers, Clark Co Marriages, coy seen in Charlestown Public Library, Charlestown, Clark Co IN, Jun 1999
# "Deed on record in Clark Co Ind. Found by Mary Teeple Hughes - signed by his wife Penelope and Jacob Teeple"

"Jacob Teeples war record in Bureau of Pensions Wash DC"

"Jacob & Penelope are buried in old Charlestown Ind - burying ground (no marker now)"

"Jacob's oldest son was named George"

"Green Tree Tavern, Charlestown, Ind, home of Jacob Teeple"

Source: penciled notes of Kittie Teeple Battles, photocopied by descendant MaryLou Dobson, 1460 Laver Ln, Arlington NE 68002-5658


# "Jacob Teeple and his first wife Penelope and second wife Mrs. Hannah Martin are buried in Charlestown, but the stones at the graves are so old we can not make out the dates. They are buried in an old church cemetery. The records my father had with belonged to Jacob Teeple were burned in a fire that destroyed my brother's store. They were in an old desk that belonged to Jacob Teeple, which my father had. I have been told that Jacob and Penelope belonged to the Presbyerian Church in Charlestown. But some of those old records have been burned."

Source: letter from Isabella Teeple Veazey to Belle Teeple Terry, dated Avilla, Ind., 24 Apr 1928


# ". . . I wondered if I ever told you that we got our papers all filled out and became Daughters of the American Revolution . . . for awhile we thought we would not get in. It was hard to prove that Penelope was Jacob Teeple's first wife. Mary Teeple Hughes, who lives in Jeffersonville Ind. found a deed in record in Clark Co which had been signed by Jacob Teeple and his wife Penelope. So as soon as we sent that in it wasn't long until eight of us received notice that we had been taken in as members. . . We got some of the facts about Jacob Teeple's War record from the Bureau of Pensions at Washington City. I'll send a copy of that letter. Also we belong to the Green Tree Farm Chapter at Charlestown Indiana. I think this old Farm was once the home of Jacob Teeple. For many years my father's Aunt Betty and Uncle Tommy Mitchell lived in this old log home. This Aunt Betty was a Rowland and a sister of my father's mother. I have often visited them when I was a girl living in Charlestown.

I wanted to tell you about the old Methodist church in Clark Co. I think this is the church where the Teeples, Rowlands and Robertsons worshipped in in an early day. The land for the first M.E. church in Indiana was given by David Rowland my great-grandfather. It was used for a year when it burned down. Then it was built a mile farther away on the land of Daniel Robertson. This old log church still stands, but has been moved to Charlestown. It is now on the old home of my grandfather Naudain. A few years ago I was at Charlestown and was in the old church. I expect all of Jacob Teeple's family worshipped in this old church as they lived in that neighbourhood. It is in this old church cemetery that Jacob and Penelope are buried. My father knew just where the graves were. But my brother can not find them as the markers are so old you can't read the inscriptions on them . . ."

Source: letter from Isabella Teeple Veazey to MaryLou Battles Dobson, dated Arvilla Ind., 10 Sep 1930, photocopy sent by MaryLou Dobson, 1460 Laver Ln, Arlington NE 68002-5658
# Teeple, Jacob, Clark County. Born-June 19, 1763, Somerset Co., NJ. Service-while living in Northumberland Co., Penn., enlisted as a substitute for his father, who was lame. Served as a fifer from 1778 to 1780. Frequently engaged in scouting parties. Served under Capt. John Nelson. Total service 18 mos. Proof-Pension claim S. 16552. Died- July 7, 1835. Buried Robertson Church Cemetery, near Charlestown. Married-Hannah--. Collected by Anne Rogers Clark Chapter D.A.R.

Source: Mrs. Roscoe C. O'Byrne, compiler, Roster of Soldiers & Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1968) p. 352


# Jacob Teeple estate LA granted this day to Alexander D. Teeple. John Austin is security.

Source: Hoosier Journal of Ancestry pt 2, Clark Co Special no. 2, Probate Order Book C, Aug 1835-Apr 1843, P.O. Box 33, Little York IN 47139, copyright 1992, Naomi Keith Sexton


They had the following children:

161 i. Catherine Teeple (1819-1881)

ii. Calvin Ruter. Calvin Ruter was born in Clark County, Indiana, on March 10, 1821. Calvin Ruter died in Westville, LaPorte County, Indiana, on September 25, 1889; he was 68.

On March 10, 1847 Calvin Ruter married Samantha WARNOCK, in Clark County, Indiana.

iii. Sarah Ann.

iv. Marquis Wellesly.

About 1855 Marquis Wellesly married Sarah RUDDELL, daughter of William RUDDELL (April 28, 1794-September 24, 1842) & Rebecca TUCKER (about 1795-about 1840). Sarah was born about 1826.

v. Charles Teeple.

vi. Elizabeth Penelope.

vii. Charlotte Teeple.

viii. Eli. Eli was born about 1840.

ix. William Garner.


42. Nathan ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Nathan was born in 1800. Nathan died in 1868; he was 68.
Nathan first married Hannah WILSON. Hannah was born in 1810. Hannah died in 1849; she was 39.
They had the following children:

i. Eli. Eli was born in Jefferson County, Indiana, in 1829. Eli died in Jefferson County, Indiana, in 1830; he was 1.

ii. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1830. Elizabeth died in 1860; she was 30.

iii. Joseph Franklin. Joseph Franklin was born in 1832. Joseph Franklin died in 1909; he was 77.

Joseph Franklin married Abigail FIX.

iv. John Strange. John Strange was born in 1833. John Strange died in 1909; he was 76.

John Strange married Lou BLACK. Lou died in 1870.

v. William W. William W. was born in 1835. William W. died in 1900; he was 65.

William W. married Margaret PARKS.

vi. Richard D. Richard D. was born in Jefferson County, Indiana, on September 5, 1837. Richard D. died in Jefferson County, Indiana, on April 28, 1838; he was <1.

vii. Simeon Hunt. Simeon Hunt was born in 1839. Simeon Hunt died in 1927; he was 88.

Simeon Hunt married Lucinda BAKER.

viii. Martha. Martha was born in 1843.

Martha married William RAY.

ix. Mary L. Mary L. was born in 1847. Mary L. died in 1868; she was 21.

Mary L. married COLE.


About 1855 Nathan second married Melissa WILEY, in Jefferson County, Indiana.
They had one child:

i. Alfaretta.


43. Hezekiah ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Hezekiah was born in Clark County, Indiana, on January 5, 1805. Hezekiah died in Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, on December 22, 1890; he was 85.
In 1828 Hezekiah married Mary TEEPLE, in Clark County, Indiana. Mary was born on October 3, 1800. Mary died in Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, in 1882; she was 81.
They had the following children:

i. Eli Marion.

ii. Jacob O.

iii. Elizabeth M.

iv. Leonard Woods.

v. Mary Helena. Mary Helena was born in Clark County, Indiana, in 1839.


44. John ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John was born in Clark County, Indiana, on May 4, 1807. John died on November 11, 1863; he was 56.
On September 2, 1830 John married Mariah DOWNING, daughter of Rezin DOWNING (March 30, 1779-January 3, 1881) & Nancy TURNER (October 29, 1783-November 26, 1880), in Clark County, Indiana. Mariah was born in Frederick County, Maryland, on November 14, 1811. Mariah died in Adams County, Illinois, on October 26, 1901; she was 89. Mariah was buried in Hebron Cemetery, Adams County, Camp Point, Illinois.
They had the following children:

162 i. Charlotte Ann Maria (1849-1926)

ii. Joseph.

iii. Nancy Jane.

iv. Mary Elizabeth.

v. John C. John C. was born in Adams County, Illinois, about 1851.

vi. Rezin D. Rezin D. was born in Adams County, Illinois, about 1853.
45. Eli Doc ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Eli Doc was born in Clark County, Indiana, on April 8, 1810. Eli Doc died on July 22, 1882; he was 72.
In 1835 Eli Doc married .
They had one child:

i. Joseph.


46. Charlotte ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Charlotte was born in Clark County, Indiana, on March 20, 1814. Charlotte died in 1886; she was 71.
About 1839 Charlotte married Sysney O'HARRA67, son of Charles O’HARRA (-circa 1816) & Rebecca McCOMB (December 4, 1787-April 4, 1871), in Clark County, Indiana. Sysney was born in Frankfort County, Ohio, in 1817. Sysney died in Clark County, Indiana, in 1854; he was 37. Sysney was buried in Moriah Cemetery, Henryville, Clark County, Indiana.
They had the following children:

163 i. Daniel (1840-1863)

ii. Elizabeth.

iii. George Washington.

iv. Rebecca.

v. Eli Marion. Eli Marion was born in Clark County, Indiana, in 1849. Eli Marion died in Clark County, Indiana, in 1854; he was 5. Eli Marion was buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Henryville, Clark County, Indiana.


47. Elizabeth M. ROBERTSON (Elizabeth SHAWHAN4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Elizabeth M. was born in Clark County, Indiana, on December 13, 1815. Elizabeth M. died about 1863; she was 47.
About 1836 Elizabeth M. married David CRISMAN68. David was born about 1812.
They had the following children:

i. William T. William T. was born in 1837. William T. died in 1863; he was 26.

ii. Jame H. Jame H. was born in 1839.

iii. Eli Robertson. Eli Robertson was born in 1841.

iv. Mary Jane.

v. Leonard W. Leonard W. was born in 1847.

vi. John D. John D. was born in 1850.

vii. Hezekiah W. Hezekiah W. was born in 1855.

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