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Margaret Thompson Allen1

F, #102, b. 7 April 1806, d. 29 March 1848

Parents

FatherJohn Allen (b. 1760)
MotherMary Brown (b. about 1762)

Family: William P. Kinneer (b. 4 January 1799, d. 20 June 1848)

SonWilliam Allen Kinneer (b. 24 March 1829)
SonJohn Gustaphus Kinneer (b. 28 December 1830)
SonJoseph Montgomery Kinneer (b. 22 May 1833)
DaughterMary Elizabeth Kinneer+ (b. 18 October 1835)
DaughterMargaret Jane Kinneer+ (b. 1 November 1840, d. 22 August 1889)
DaughterCarolyn Matilda Kinneer (b. 27 February 1843)

Biography

Margaret Thompson Allen was born on 7 April 1806.1 She witnessed the birth of William Allen Kinneer on 24 March 1829.1 She witnessed the birth of John Gustaphus Kinneer on 28 December 1830.1 She witnessed the birth of Joseph Montgomery Kinneer on 22 May 1833 in Ohio, USA.1 She witnessed the birth of Mary Elizabeth Kinneer on 18 October 1835.1 Margaret Thompson Allen witnessed the birth of Margaret Jane Kinneer on 1 November 1840 in Monroe, Butler, Ohio, USA.1 Margaret Thompson Allen witnessed the birth of Carolyn Matilda Kinneer on 27 February 1843.1 Margaret Thompson Allen and William P. Kinneer were married on 28 May 1826 in Middletown, Butler, Ohio, USA.1 She died on 29 March 1848, at age 41, in Middletown, Butler, Ohio, USA, Life span is recorded in family bible as: 41 years, 11 mo., 16 days.1
Margaret Thompson Allen was also known as Margaret Thompson Kinneer. She immigrated with parents John Allen and Mary Brown on 3 May 1819 in New York, USA.1
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Citations

  1. [S6] Kinneer Family Bible, Kinneer Family Bible: Genealogy pages from this Bible are all that are extant., (publisher address not know: publisher not known, About 1810); Carl J. Denbow, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as Kinneer Family Bible.

Mary Allen

F, #103

Family: James M. Black

DaughterBethea Black
DaughterThelma Marie Black+ (b. 1919)

Biography

Mary Allen witnessed the birth of Bethea Black. Mary Allen witnessed the birth of Thelma Marie Black in 1919.
Mary Allen was also known as Mary Black.
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William Allen

M, #106

Family: Nettie Fike

SonAllen
SonDaniel Allen
DaughterVelma Allen
DaughterAudrey Leona Allen+ (b. 25 January 1910, d. 27 March 1984)

Biography

William Allen witnessed the birth of Allen. William Allen witnessed the birth of Daniel Allen. William Allen witnessed the birth of Velma Allen. He witnessed the birth of Audrey Leona Allen on 25 January 1910 in Clearfield, Pennsylvania, USA.
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Ankrom

M, #123

Biography

Ankrom and Agnes Rebecca Evans were married.1
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Citations

  1. [S12] Betty Marie Evans, "Email from Betty Marie Evans," e-mail message from Not recorded (Not recorded) to Carl J. Denbow, About 1995. Hereinafter cited as "Betty Evans Email".

Mary Ann Ann

F, #125, b. 1790, d. 1847

Family: Bazeleel Denbow (b. 1795, d. 20 June 1857)

SonVincent Denbow+ (b. 1819)
DaughterNancy Ann Denbow (b. 20 December 1820, d. 1 September 1895)
DaughterSarah Denbow (b. 1823)
DaughterCatherine Denbow+ (b. 3 February 1824, d. 9 December 1907)
DaughterElisabeth Denbow+ (b. August 1827, d. after 1875)
DaughterMary Ann Denbow+ (b. 16 July 1830, d. 8 November 1906)
SonThomas Denbow+ (b. 17 October 1833, d. 20 May 1903)
SonElisha Denbow+ (b. 10 July 1834, d. 26 April 1889)

Biography

Mary Ann Ann was born in 1790. She witnessed the birth of Vincent Denbow in 1819 in Harford, Maryland, USA. She witnessed the birth of Nancy Ann Denbow on 20 December 1820 in Maryland, USA. Mary Ann Ann witnessed the birth of Sarah Denbow in 1823. Mary Ann Ann witnessed the birth of Catherine Denbow on 3 February 1824.1 Mary Ann Ann witnessed the birth of Elisabeth Denbow in August 1827 in Ohio, USA, The placement of this woman in this family is based on information from Gilda Haddox. Her reasoning is based on the note that accompanies a photo of Elisabeth and her husband Benjamin Scott. I'll detail that information when I better understand it. If true, it means that Benjamin and his brother Henry married sisters -- Elisabeth and her sister Cartharine.2,3 Mary Ann Ann witnessed the birth of Mary Ann Denbow on 16 July 1830.3 Mary Ann Ann witnessed the birth of Thomas Denbow on 17 October 1833 in Carrol, Ohio, USA.3 She witnessed the birth of Elisha Denbow on 10 July 1834 in Carroll, Ohio, USA. She and Bazeleel Denbow were married in 1810. She died in 1847, at age ~57, in Washington, Ohio, USA.
Mary Ann Ann was also known as Mary Ann Denbow.
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Citations

  1. [S43] Laurel Lynn Demas, "Email from Laurel Lynn Demas about her side of the family," e-mail message from email address (3483 Wadsworth Rd., Norton, Clinton, Ohio) to Carl J. Denbow, 18 Jan 1998. Hereinafter cited as "Lynn Demas Email".
  2. [S84] Interview with Gilda Haddox (Parkersburg, WV), by CJD, 21 Jan 2012..
  3. [S189] "Research by Gilda Haddox on her Denbow side", From 1990, Gilda Haddox (803 Edgelawn St., Parkersburg, WV 26101-7353), to Carl Jón Denbow (17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718), Carl J. Denbow Personal Files, 17 Coventry Lane, Athens, Athens, Ohio, USA, 45701-3718. Hereinafter cited as "Gilda Haddox's Research Notes".