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   LB_00  William Garrison/Mary Doughty

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Zachariah Garrison _
   n. http://www.cornell.1hwy.com/catalog.html
      9 children


Enoch Garrison _
   n. http://www.cornell.1hwy.com/catalog.html
      4 children

Jeremiah Garrison _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   wm 1750 Mar 02
      Jeremiah Garrison of Salem Co., yeoman.
      Children: Jeremiah, Gamaliel, Joel, John, Mary & Abigail
      Executrix: wife Mary, sole.
      Witness: John VanMeter & Elizabeth DuBois.
 with
   Mary           Jeremiah       Gamaliel       Abigail        Joel
   b              b              b17400810      b17411011      b17420120
   Abigail        Phebe          John           Hannah
   b17440224      b17460125      b17480731      b17500520

Joel Garrison 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jeremiah Garrison 67 et ux Mary (nee _ 67)
   mf ____ ___ __ Catherine DuBois 68.
   bf 1751 Oct 15 to Jacob DuBois 67 et ux Jannetje (nee Newkirk 67) DuBois
      He a yeoman of Salem Co.
 with Joel Garrison 68
   David 69
   b1767

Lemuel Garrison _
   bm~1750 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Parsons _, sister of Prudence who married Tho's Doughty.
   n. Dixon Smith's line, his data.
   dm 1818

David Garrison 69
   bm 1767
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Van Meter 69
   bf 1769 Jun 17
   df 1842 Jan 30 in Clifton, OH.
 with
   Gamaliel 70
   b18000113

Sophia Garrison 08
   bf 1769 Nov 10, day not certain.
      Bible records state that Sophia died 1838 Aug 18.  However, the church
      records state that her death year was the same as that of John, 1832 so
      perhaps the Bible record was misread.
      Data for this pair from FF.
   mm<1809 ___ __ John Campbell 08, who had previously married Lovisa Simkins 08
   bm 1768 May 22 to Thomas Campbell 08 et ux Mary (nee Willson 08) Campbell
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32   Index P24-25   R0 P42.
      NJ, Cumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /02 00 00 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/0 0 _____________
 (John)__________________ 26-45MW
 (Lovisa or Sophia)______ 26-45FW
 (Phebe)_________________ 10-15FW
 (William)_______________ 00-09MW
 (Archibald)_____________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 00-09FW
   n. Other Campbells also listed in this census are Peter and another John.
   n. John also is listed in several ratables for Downe Township.
      1802 John Cambel Senr  60 acres of improved land, 335 acres of
         unimproved land, 4 cattle
      1803 John Campbell Cnr 20 acres of improved land, 70 acres of
         unimproved land, 7 cattle
      1812 John Campbell     40 acres of improved land, 85 acres of
         unimproved land, 2 horses, 8 cattle, 1 dog
      1815 John Campbell     40 acres of improved land, 110 acres of
         unimproved land, 2 horses, 8 cattle, 1 dog
   ld 1802 Aug 12 NJ_CuCDR
      Grantor: David Shaw et ux Susannah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 150# Gold or Silver money.
      Description: A certain trach or pease of land and marsh situate in Downes,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. and bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a division gut on the North side of a tide pond where the
      bank crosses the said gut;
      Thence running N2.5E 12C25L passing 1R to the westward .....
      Thence N6:20W 63.5C to a Black Oak in Johnston's line;
      Thence along the same S63W 39P to a Sassafras post marked for a corner;
      Thence S85W 7P25L to a stone for a corner of Dan Lore land;
      Thence bounding thereon S 251.5P to a post;
      Thence E 11R to a post for a corner;
      Thence S25W 6R to the center of the head of the ditch;
      Thence down the same S15W 46R;
      Thence S19E through the pond and down the thoroughfares joining Ogden's
      marsh to Campbell's line;
      Thence up the channel of the tide pond to the division gut;
      Thence up the same to the place of beginning by estimation to be 80 acres
      of land and a marsh after a deduction of 54.5 acres on the heed line
      heretofore sold  .... to Jacob Shull purchased of George Burgin in as
      Sheriff of the county aforesaid by deed 1797 Nov 28 who sold the same as
      the late property of Thomas Campbell, dec'd.
      Signed: David Shull, Susannah Shull
      Witness: William Davis, Joseph Wickman
   ld 1808 Jul 03 NJ_CuCDR B_13 P57 Rec. 1808 Jul 28
      Grantor: David Shull et ux Susannah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $100
      Description: Land at Turkey Point, which he purchased of Isaac Lore,
      dec'd, being a part of that estate of Daniel Lore, dec'd and still a part
      of that laid off to Isaac Lore, son of said Dan Lore,
      Beginning at a stake for a corner of Ichabod Lore's land in the middle of
      the main road in Turkey point and from
      Thence S20E 20R to a stake for a corner;
      Thence W 112R to a stake for a corner in a glade in Daniel Blizard's line;
      Thence along said Blizard's line N2E 20R to a stake in said Blizard's line
      a corner;
      Thence E 112R to the beginning containing 14 acres.
      Signed: David Shull, Susannah Shull
      Witness: Hannah Green, William Chard.
   ld 1809 Mar 24 NJ_CuCDR B_14 P262 Rec. 1809 Jun 09
      Grantor: Joseph Hickman et ux Ester of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $150 for 90 acres.
      Description: Piece of land and marsh situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J. lying in Turkey Point, bounded as follows, that is to say
      Beginning at the mouth of a small gut that puts out on the west side of
      a creek called Maple Creek and runs up the said gut the several courses
      thereof to the head being the south side of said plantation;
      Thence running a direct course to the head of the gut to a Sasafras
      corner standing in the line of a tract that was purchased of Aaron Gandy,
      dec'd, and runs;
      Thence N6.333W to a post standing in the northwest of the said tract;
      Thence N75E 8C20L to a Maple corner;
      Thence a direct course to a Gum corner standing in the edge of the swamp
      a little above the Maple Bridge and runs
      Thence N75E by 8P to the water coursce that leads into Maple Bridge creek
      Thence down the same the several courses thereof to the place of
      beginning containing by estimation 90 acres of land and marsh, the said
      Joseph Hickman purchased of Thomas Blizard and Thomas Blizard purchased
      of Thomas Campbell as by a deed and Thomas Campbell purchased the same of
      Thomas Gandy and Nancy his wife as by a deed bearing date 1781 Aug 15.
      Signed: Joseph Hickman, Ester Hickman
      Witness: Harriet Scott, Jno. Wm. Tosh.
   ld 1809 Mar 30 NJ_CuCDR B_14 P266 Rec. 1809 Jun 30
      Grantor: Samuel Blizard et ux Nancy of Downes Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., Yeoman.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downes Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $60 for
      Description: A certain lot of land being and lying in Downes Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. in Turkey Point at the two acres for a corner taken
      up by Isaac Garrison, dec'd, beginning at a Black Oak near Maple Bridge
      in the public road which is a corner for William Moore and Abraham
      Garrison and other tracts of land binding to said corner, from
      Thence S69.5W 34R9F to a corner in said line;
      Thence Northerly 20R5F to the senture of the road;
      Thece Eastly 34R9F to the POB;
      Signed: Samuel Blizard, Nancy Blizard
      Witness: Joseph Hickman, Jno. Wm. Tosh
   ld 1809 Jun 21 NJ_CuCDR B_15 P129 Rec. 1809 Dec 07
      Grantor: Ichabod Lore et ux Erin[Ann], of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., yeoman.
      Grantee: John Campbell and David Garrison of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., yeoman.
      Transaction: $200 lawful money for 12 acres of marsh.
      Description: Lot or piece of marsh situate, lying in Dividing Creek in the
      Twp. of Downes, aforesaid, beginning at the mouth of a creek called Little
      Bridge creek where the same communicates with Maple Creek; it runs
      Thence up the same Little Branch Creek, the several courses to a gut;
      Thence up the said gut S26E 16P to a stake;
      Thence by marsh, formerly Heaton's but now belonging to Nathaniel Lore,
      binding on the ? ditch to said Maple Creek;
      Thence up the same the several courses thereof to the beginning containing
      12 acres of marsh which Ichabod Lore became heir to and other lands by the
      death of his brother Hezekiah Lore, and the said Hezekiah Lore bought of
      and from Nathaniel Lore and Rachel his wife by deed 1795 April 08 and
      Nathaniel Lore bought the same from David Shull and his wife Susannah
      1795 April 07 and the said David Shull bought the same from John Wills and
      his wife by deed 1795 March 09 and the said John Wills bought the same and
      other lands of and from Reuben Lore and Ruth, his wife by deed 1789 May 20
      and Reuben Lore became seized in the same with other lands by deed from
      his father Seth Lore which bears date 1778 May 08.
      Signed:    Ichabod Lore, Ann Lore
      Witness: Jno'n Wm. Tosh?, Nathaniel Lore
      [Note that Campbell is sometimes spelled Camble and sometimes Campble in
      this same document. - RWC75]
   ld 1809 Jul 26 NJ_CuCDR B_15 P566 Rec. 1810 Mar 23
      Grantor: John Cobb of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $100 good lawful money
      Description: A certain lot or tract of land situate in Downe Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. adjoining land of the heirs of Uriah Mayhews and
      John Wickward and Charles Bowen and is bounded as follows to wit:
      Begin at a stake standing in Mayhew's line, it being the SE corner of the
      whole tract of 100 acres of land that were left to Samuel Wickward and
      John Cobb, runs;
      Thence along said Mayhew's line N16W 61P19L to a stake for a corner, being
      a division corner between the said John Cobb and John Wickward;
      Thence along said division line N85W through the whole tract to a corner
      in the old line;
      Thence along the said line S4.5E to a corner of the said tract beforesaid;
      Thence along Thomas Ackley's line S85.5E 160R to the place of beginning
      containing 50 acres of land, be the same more or less, which land said
      John Cobb became seized of by the Last Will and Testament of George Allen
      String, dec'd.
      Signed: John Cobb
      Witness: Joab Chard, Juster Dragstrem
   ld 1809 Oct 02 NJ_CuCDR B_14 P57
      Grantor: John Molly Sophia Campbell
      Grantee: Joseph Hickman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld 1809 Dec 05 NJ_CuCDR B_15 P564 Rec. 1810 Mar 23
      Grantor: John Wickward et ux Patience of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $350
      Description: Land situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      First Tract
      Begins at part of a Pine tree, a sapling burnt off in Mayhew's line, being
      also a corner to land whereon now lives Joseph Emmons now lives and runs
      Thence N85.5W 136R to a small White Oak corner marked J. C.
      Thence 4.5E to other lands belonging to said John Campbell and binding
      thereon to Mayhew's by said line containing 50 acres and a part of 100
      acres of land formerly belonging to George Allen.
      Second Tract
      Begins at a White Oak marked J. C.;
      Thence N85.5W 80.2R;
      Thence S4,5E 103R;
      Thence S85.5E 80.2R to the other lands of said John Campbell in the above
      described tract of George Allen Strings, formerly;
      Thence by the same to the beginning containing 50 acres, both containing
      100 acres.
      Signed:  John Wickward
      Witness: James William?, Joseph Prickett
   n. 1818 Nov 30 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Index P23.
         Died on Tuesday the 17th, Five year old daughter of John Campbell, Esq.
      Burned in a fire at Buckshootum, Cumberland Co.
   n. 1821 May 07 Washington Whig, John Clark & Co. - Publisher, Index P41.
         Married on the 21st ult. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr. William Barnes, to
      Miss Hannah Bailey.
   n. 1821 May 07 Washington Whig, John Clark & Co. - Publisher, Index P44.
         Married on the 18th ult. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr. Uriah Brewster to
      Mrs. Ketty Parsons, all of Cumberland Co.
   n. 1824 Jan 24 Washington Whig, John Clark - Publisher, Index P87
         SIX CENTS REWARD - Ran away from the subscriber, residing at Buckshutom
      in Cumberland County, on the morning of the 15th inst. an indented girl by
      the name of NANCY PERSENS; she is about 17 years old, and has dark hari
      and complexion.  John Campbell.
   n. 1826 Dec 25 Whig & Observer, Robert Johnston - Publisher, Index P135.
         Married on the 3d inst. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr Jacob McCully, jr. to
      Miss Ann Rice, both of Downe.
   ld 1828 Dec 30 B_51 P6
      Grantor: John Campbell & Sophia Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas Gandy
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   n. 1829 Nov 14 Washington Whig, Franklin Ferguson - Publisher, Index P161.
         Appointments in joint meeting of the Legislature, Nov. 6, 1829.
      Governor, Peter D. Vroom, Jr.; Treasurer ...........
      ........Jeremiah Stratton, John Campbell, Nathan Leake, .....
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P473 L26.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (John Campbell)__________ 60-69MW
 (Sophia (nee Garrison))__ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   n. 1830 Jul 10 Washington Whig, Franklin Ferguson - Publisher, Index P191.
         Was taken up at the mouth of Dividing Creek, a large scow, about forty
      two feet long, and thirteen wide, the owner is requested to call, pay
      charges, and get his scow which is now in the possession of John Campbell,
      Sr. Dividing Creek.
   wm 1832 Apr 08 NJ_CuCDR B_C P14
         I John Campbell of the township of Downe county of Cumberland
      and state of New Jersey being of sound mind and memory do make
      and publish this for my last will and testament.
         1st I give and bequeath to my son Archibald Campbell the
      dwelling house and lot he now lives on and occupies containing
      about eight acres joining Lands of John Lore likewise a certain
      piece of salt marsh called or known by the name of the nine
      bend likewise two acres of the Bear swamp tract to be set off
      across the lower end.
         2nd I bequeath to my wife Sophia Campbell during her natural
      life the dwelling house I now live in the Barn and crib House
      attached to the same and one third of all the residue of my
      real Estate. I further give to my wife one half of all my
      household goods Kitchen furniture and her choice of three cows
      from my stock of cattle.
         3rd I bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth Robbins the sum of Ten
      dollars to be paid her in one year after my decease by my
      Executors.
         4th All the residue of my Estate after payment of debts and the
      bequest of the aforesaid ten dollars To Elizabeth Robbins both
      real and personal I give and bequeath to my two sons William
      and John Campbell to be divided equally between them and
      likewise that portion of real Estate bequeathed to my wife
      during her natural life my will is that at her decease it shall
      be equally divided between my two sons William Campbell and
      John Campbell. I wish it to be understood that all my debts
      are to be paid out of that portion of my Estate bequeathed to
      my two sons William Campbell and John Campbell.
      Lastly, I appoint my two sons William Campbell and John Campbell
      Executors of this my testament and last will. In Witness whereof
      I have hereto set my hand and seal this Eighth Day of April one
      thousand eight hundred and thirty two 1832.
                                           John Campbell
      Witness: Gabriel Glann, Permelia Glann, Jas. Butcher
   dm 1832 Apr 14 according to Bible records found by Sheppard.  His death date
      is confirmed by records of the Dividing Creek Baptist Church where he is
      buried in the Church graveyard but the grave is unmarked.
      1832 Apr 24 Inventory of the Estate of John Campbell Decd
      Cash two dollars & three cents                     2 03
      Wearing Apparel                                    8 00
      2 beds & bedding said to be given to the widow    30 00
      9 chairs, 1 table, 1 satchel Desk Cupboard &
      Dishes flour                                      10 00
      Spy glass net, slate, Basket, shovel tongs
      andirons trammel lot of Books                      7 00
      Trunk Chest Looking Glass spools flax sheep
      shears Riddle                                      2 50
      2 Barrels & meal chest Wheel 2 beds & bedding
      upstairs                                          22 50
      Cythe & cradle Leather five barrels, little
      wheel saw shoe Bench & tools                       6 00
      2 Leins 2 Barrels 9 harrow teeth wedges
      nails Sive Cupboard Dishes table                  16 00
      Hammer soaptub spider frying pan steelyards pot    5 00
      Gun pots,kettles, tongs andirons, trammels
      fatirons augers                                    5 00
      3 hams mill bag cradle Bellows tables Candles
      pickels bench sundries                            10 00
      Pork & tubs Lard & pots Demajohn soap Grease &
      sundries                                          28 00
      Tallow, tubs Cakeoven bystand grindstone
      sundries Canthook bowlar Cask, potatoes, bed      15 00
      ?txes yoke & sleigh ploughs, harrows Barrow,
      chains, iron Day boards, sundries                 21 00
      Horses & waggon & gears                          137 00
      corn, buckwheat, oats                             21 75
      Lot Iron vinegar tools barrels Cythe & tacklin
      sundries                                           9 00
      Axes,hay rope ladder Dog troph forks & rakes       8 00
      Salt hay Dung hook ladder                          3 75
      Casks, Outing box potatoes feed bag straw          5 65
      Cord wood in the woods                            96 00
      Hogs cattle & sheep                              209 00
      Geese fowls fallow Harrow                          6 50
      Since no date for Sophia's marriage to John has been found,
      who is the mother of the following children is unknown.  From Bible
      dates recorded by Sheppard, the children.
      1832 Apr 25 Probate
   n. Tombstones, Dividing Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 125? [Gandys listed]
      1860 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 50
      Cumb. Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, pp. 316,454,394B
      Baker, Tombstone Inscription Book, Vineland Hist. Soc., Vineland NJ
      Sheppard C., Campbell family file, Vineland Hist. Soc.
      Craig, H. S., Cumb. Co. Marriages, pp. 216, 260
   n. Bible and other records quoted in Sheppard papers, Vineland Historical
         Society
      NJ_CuCMR B_4 P443 [Notes wife Sophia as of Jul. 1811]
      Ratables for Downe Township, Cumberland Co., NJ 1802-1815
      Garrison, E. P. 1945, Vineland Historical Magazine, 30, 204
      Garrison, E. P. 1946, Vineland Historical Magazine, 31, p. 30,31
   df 1838 Aug 18
 with Lovisa (nee Simkins 08) Campbell
   Phebe 09       William 09
   b17900405      b17910826
 with Sophia (nee Garrison 08) Campbell
   Archibald 09   Elizabeth 09   John 09
   b17941216      b17971216      b18061212

David Garrison _
   bm 1789 Oct 25 to David Garrison 08
   mf 1810 Mar 19 Phebe Campbell 09 less than a month before her twentieth
      birthday.
   bf 1790 Apr 05 to John Campbell et ux Lovisa (nee Simkins 08) Campbell
   df 1823 Aug 22 at 33 and is buried in the graveyard of the Dividing Creek
      Baptist Church.
   dm 1866 May 04 Tombstones
   n. Frank Fekel's research.
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell file [claims marriage from Cumb. Mar. Records
         but can't find it]
      Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 54, 21, 1979 [1800 US Census
         of Cumberland Co.]
      1840 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Township p. 2
   n. The Garrison family was a close neighbor of the Campbells.  In the 1800
      US Census of Cumberland County, the two families are listed only two lines
      apart.  After Phebe's death David married again.  Although he died over
      40 years after Phebe, he is buried next to her in the Dividing Creek
      Baptist Cemetery.
   n. The 1840 US Census shows 7 possible children but none have
      so far been identified.
 with David Garrison 08

Gamaliel Garrison 70
   bm 1800 Jan 13 to David Garrison 69 et ux Rebecca Van (nee Meter 69)
      Garrison
   mf 1820 May 25 Martha Ramsey 70
   df 1876 Apr 15
   dm 1893 May 20
 with Martha (nee Ramsey 70) Garrison
   Lavina 71      Elizabeth 71   Sarah 71       David Ramsey 71James 71
   b18210620      b18230209      b18250101      b18261214      b18290508
   William 71     Emily M 71     Joel T 71      Alfred M 71
   b18310401      b18330208      b18360314      b18401011

Lavina Garrison 71
   bf 1821 Jun 20 to Gamaliel Garrison 70 et ux Martha (nee Ramsey 70)
      Garrison.
   mm 1842 Nov 02 Nathan Engle 71
   df 1890 Apr 25
   dm 1890 Apr 20
 with
   Alvin C 72     Laura W 72     George C 72    Agnes Dean 72  Caroline 72
   b              b              b              b              b
   Arabelle S 72  Amelia 72      Charles E 72   Cyrus Milton 72William G 72
   b              b              b              b              b


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Daniel Garrison _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Cornwell _
 with
   Arthur _

Arthur Garrison _
   bm 1774
   mf
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R462 P230A L22 401/401.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pittsgrove Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 30, Edmund Iukay, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Langley            33M Farm                   2000NJ
 Kellisal                   33F                            NJ
 George                      8M                            NJ       S
 Hanna J.                    6F                            NJ       S
 Joel                        2M                            NJ
 Malinda Grener             17F                            NJ
 Arthur Garrison            76M                        1000NJ

Hannah Garrison 70
   bf 1805 Aug 21 to _ Garrison 69 et ux NJ (seems a possible gdau of Daniel
      Garrison  & Hannah (nee
      Cornwall _) who had son Arthur b~1774 in NJ, Cumberland Co.,
      Deerfield Twp. who had daus Jemimah b1805NJ, Keturah b~1818NJ, sons
      Joel b18080306 and Enoch - see Malcolm Schalick Sharp at rootsweb).
   mm 1824 Oct 07 John Doughty 70 Thursday eve, last, 7th instant by Rev.
      Charles Pitman arb Washington Whig 1824 Oct 09 P100, CuCMR P35 Craig all
      of Bridgeton, NJ
   bm 1803 Aug 26 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
      other DOB 1802 Aug 20 from MEGB?
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P415
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Doughty ____________/0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (John)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Hannah)_______________ 20-29FW
 _______________________ 05-09FW
 (Mary Jane)____________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Doughty               47  Iron moulder
 Hannah                     44
 Mary I.                    22
 Francis A.                 20  moulder
 Charles P.                 18
 Sarah E.                   12
   c. 1855 NJ, Millville Township
 John Doughty 2 male, 2 female, 0 school age male (5-14), 0 school age female
   ld 1857 Mar 10 NJ_CuCDR B_90 P165    don't have.
      Grantor: Abigail_Lake
      Grantee: Hannah_Doughty
   ld 1857 Oct 23 NJ_CuC Mortgages B_13 P419 abstract by Glenn Bingham - GJB
      Mortgagor: Hannah Doughty of Bridgeton
      Mortgagee: George Hanthorn, County of Salem [However, Hanthorns were in
      Bridgeton earlier--GJB]
      Transaction: $683.50 with yearly payments for 68.72 acres.
      Description: Land in Deerfield
      POB Stone corner of Daniel Garrison's farm (west line) in road from David
      Moore's to the widow Gentry; S 1/4 degree W, 86 rods, 15 links to sharp
      stone at head of Cornwalls Branch; S 76-1/4 degrees W, stone in B. Maul's
      line; Along line 76-1/2 degrees W, 26 rods, 7 links; S 1 minute E,
      57-1/2 rods; Along D. Reeves land 39 degrees W, 37 rods, 17 links; Along
      Reeves S 44 degrees 40 minutes W, 50 rods, 15 links; Along D. P. Elmer
      N 1 degree 28 minutes W, 100 rods, 18 links; N side of hill of Cornwalls
      Branch; N 1/2 degree E, 42 rods, 20 links S of the "brow of the hill";
      S 87-1/4 degrees E, 3 rods to corner in road by David Moore and widow
      Gentry; Middle of road S 87 degrees 10 minutes E, 53 rods to beginning
      68.72 acres that George Hanthorn and wife conveyed to Hannah Doughty
      Ack: Joel Fithian. Commissioner
      1858 Sep 24 Satisfied, P. L. Kain (?), Clerk
   n. That's it! It is Hannah, wife of John who bought the land 11 months
      before she died. The mortgage was paid in full several years early--7
      days after Hannah Garrison Doughty died. Find Hannah's estate
      administration and you will find payments to Hanthorn!
      But this has the same two objections: Hannah was married and Hannah
      lived, it seemed, in Millville.  2000 Jan 18  GJB.
   df 1858 Sep 17 at 52.8.2 in Millville, NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census - see Frances A. Doughty
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 John Doughty               66  Moulder
 Margaret Hess              48
   n. Hess (above) an iron name from Cumberland Furnace - GJB.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Doughty                    75                 Teamster
 Sarah                           40

   dm 1890 Jan 11 in Millville, NJ.  Tough dude, lived to 86Y GJB.
 with Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   Mary I 71      Francis A 71   Charles P 71   Harriet 71     James 71
   b1828          b18300811      b18340301      b1835          b1836
   Sarah E 71
   b1838

William Garrison _
   bm 1810 ___ __ to (seems a possible gson of Daniel Garrison  & Hannah (nee
      Cornwall _) who had son Arthur b~1774 in NJ, Cumberland Co.,
      Deerfield Twp. who had daus Jemimah b1805NJ, Keturah b~1818NJ, sons
      Joel b18080306 and Enoch - see Malcolm Schalick Sharp at rootsweb).
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P281A L6 58/64
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stow_Creek Twp.
      1850 Aug 14 F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 William Garrison           40M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Mary                       27F                            NJ
 Enoch                      13M                            NJ       S
 Sarah                       6F                            NJ       S
 Martha E.                   3F                            NJ
 John Doughty               24F                            NJ
   n. not known where the above John goes, however since Isaiah's sister-in-
      law is Hannah Garrison, probable older sister of William Garrison, I'll
      hazzard a guess.
   n. Cumberland County, NJ, Book of Corporations 1-- Page 54.  GJB76.
      1883 Feb 7 Manamuskin Tribe No 13 Frat(??) O of Red Men
      W. C. Thomas, President
      James Beckley, Vice-President
      Joseph J. Chester, Secretery
      H. Bomhoff, Sr., Treasurer
      Directors: H. Wettstine, H(?) Grinder [Griner, I suppose], H. Ottenger
      J. Kaufman, Wm. H. Garrison
 with Mary
   Enoch _        Sarah _        Martha E _
   b1837          b1844          b1847

Jedediah Garrison _
   bm 1812
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R462 P203A L2  459.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep ??, Samuel Prior, Jr., Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jedediah Garrison          38M                            NJ      W
 Samuel   "                 15M                            NJ
 William    "               13M                            NJ       S
 David      "               10M                            NJ       S
 Joseph     "                7M                            NJ       S
 Catharine Clark            25F                            NJ

Thomas Garrison _
   bm 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R462 P230B L22 411/411.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pittsgrove Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 30, Edmund Iukay, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Garrison            35M                            NJ        I
 Hannah   "                 41F                            NJ
 Elizabeth  "               14F                            NJ       S
 Phebe      "               12F                            NJ       S
 Andrew     "                6M                            NJ       S
 James      "                3M                            NJ
 Joel     "                  2M                            NJ
 with Hannah
   Elizabeth _    Phebe _        Andrew _       James _        Joel _
   b1836          b1838          b1844          b1847          b1848

Arthur Garrison _
   bm 1817 probably to Arthur
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P      R446 P230B L7  157/164.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct __, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Arthur Garrison            33M Farmer                     NJ
 Elizabeth  "               23F                            NJ
 Jane       "                7F                            NJ       S
 William    "                6M                            NJ       S
 Rebecca    "                4M                            NJ
 John       "                3F                            NJ
 Henry      "                1F                            NJ

Marmaduke Garrison _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P240B L16  392/413.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Cohansey Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Isaac Campbell             28M                            NJ
 Cynthia Campbell           20F                            NJ
 Cornelia Campbell           4F                            NJ
 Marmaduke Garrison         27M Farmer                     NJ
 Elizabeth Garrison         22F                            NJ

Enoch G. Garrison _
   bm 1823
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R462 P178A L17  44/44.
      NJ, Salem Co., .... Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 13, Samuel Prior, Jr., Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Enoch G. Garrison          27M Saddler                    NJ
 Caraline E. Garrison       24F                            NJ
 Esther Garrison             3F                            NJ
 John Garrison              5mM                            NJ
 Hannah Emmd?               22F                            NJ

George Garrison
   bm 1829
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P      R446 P230B L7  157/164.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct __, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Garrison            21M Laborer                    NJ
 Mary       "               17F                         500NJ
 Emily      "               8mF                            NJ       S

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Corson Garrison _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P257 L3.
      NJ, Cape May Co., Upper Twp.  ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Corson Garrison__________/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

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Clement Garrison _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_    R247 P46A L1.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Clement Garrison________ /2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Rubin Garritson _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P64A L17.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Rubin Garritson__________/2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

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H? Garrison
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R462 P78B L26  111/112.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 30, Samuel Prior, Jr., Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Malachi Horner             72M Farmer                12000NJ
 Sarah Horner               48F                            NJ
 Sybilla D. Horner          17F                            NJ
 Abigail A. Horner          15F                            NJ
 George W. Horner           13M                            NJ       S
 Susan R. Horner            12F                            NJ       S
 Charles P. Horner           8M                            NJ       S
 Sarah D. Horner             6F                            NJ       S
 Jesse P. Stites            22M Laborer                    NJ
 Here?? Garrison            23M Laborer                    NJ

Jess Garrison _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R462 P157A L25 208/209.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jess Garrison              48M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Sarah Garrison             50F                            ?
 Crape D. Garrison          15M                            PA
 Robert C. Garrison         11M                            NJ
 Hannah Garrison             3F                            NJ



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   n.  Thomas Cushing & Sheppard
       "History of the counties of Gloucester, Salem, and Cumberland New Jersey:
        with biographical sketches of their prominent citizens".
        Chapter XCIV, Township of Deerfield, published in 1883.
        ......  The children of Mr. and Mrs. Fox were Mary (Mrs. Abram Stull),          Elizabeth (Mrs. Jacob Hepner), John, Margaret (Mrs. J.B. Mounts),               Catherine (Mrs. Lewis Woodruff), Frederick, George,                             Ann (Mrs. James Golder), Lydia (Mrs. William Keen),                             Susan (Mrs. William Keen), and Phoebe, of whom three survive.                   Mr. Fox died 1839 July 12, in his seventy-second year, and his wife in          1860 July.
        His son George was born 1804 Aug 18, in Deerfield township, where he
        still resides on land originally owned by his father. His advantages of
        education were confined to the winter months at the neighboring school,
        after which the farm became the scene of his more active labors. He was
        married, 1828 October 11, to Miss Susannah Candal, of Lower Pittsgrove
        township, Salem Co., born 1808 July 14. Their children are Samuel; Adam,
        born in 1830, and married to Harriet A. Barnes, who has had fifteen
        children, of whom nine survive; George, born in 1832, deceased, and
        married to Elizabeth Garrison, who has three children; Margaret,
        deceased, born in 1833; Enoch, born in 1836, married to Margaret Brooks,
        who has three children; Anna Mary B., born in 1839, married to
        James Duffield, who has five children;
        Charles F., born, in 1842, married to Harriet Filer, who has three
        children;and Emily J., born in 1851, married to Edward Seeley, who has
        five children. .....

Enoch Garrison _
   n. http://www.geocities.com/rdenm76900/EBLetter18.html
      1864 February 16 Trenton
      Dear wife I will try and write a few lines to you[.]  I am well onley I
      halve had a bad cold again and the tooth ache but not So much but I halve
      bin able to do my duty[.] I hope that you are all well[.] I told you in my
      other letter that Sam davis was dead and I should not wonder if there are
      more of the men that will be brought home the Same way[.] a man by the
      name of Enoch Garrison from Shilow with consumption and .....
   n. 2007/7/8 Google
      1880 Aug 30, Enoch Garrison and his wife and 10-year-old ... of this city
      died Tuesday evening and will be buried in Camden, New Jersey. ...
      stlgs.org/DBpublicationsNewsGlobe1880GHe.htm - 106k - Supplemental Result
      http://stlgs.org/DBpublicationsNewsGlobe1880Content01.htm#c036

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Elijah Garrison _
   n. 1812 Oct 14 NoOG. Election day. Elijah Garrison who lodges is about 55 and
      never votd at an election in his life.
   n. 1812 Dec 25 NoOG. Elijah Garrison arrives with his new wife Keziah
      followed by two covered wagon loads of household goods 3 of her sons
      married men and 1 of their wives also her youngest and unmarried daughter
      6 horses, 3 cows and 1 chair. They started homeward to Cape May little
      after sun rise, on 26th. Keziah was the widow Wilson, maiden name Daker
      of Hardwick meeting Sussex Co.

Mary Garrettson _
   bf 1775 ___ __ to Elijah Garretson _ et ux Tabitha (nee Godfrey _) Garretson.
   mm 1793 Feb 25 Enos Veal _   maybe not?  RWC75.
   bm 1773 May 08 to John Veal _ et ux
   n. Thomas Doughty in 1814 purchased land from Thomas and Joshua Smith,
      they acquiring it from Elias Smith, Esq.  GJB76.
   n. From Laurie Smith (out of Mulford Smith)
         http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=berta&id=I02251
   dm 1835 Feb 02 at 84.2.4 (gravestone) in Greenfolk, Wayne Co., Indiana.
   df 1859
 with Mary (nee Garrettson _) Veal
   John _         Elijah _       Enos _         Abigail _      Phebe _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Andrew _       Tabitha _      Rebecca _      Mary _         Ann _
   b              b              b              b              b

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Sarah Garrison _
   bf 1811 Aug 08 to Jacob Garrison _ et ux Sarah (nee Robbins _) Garrison.
      Reference - Family Records of Karen L. Piper.


   n. http://www.interment.net/data/us/nj/salem/olivet/olivet_ah.htm
      a bunch of them here.

Stephen Garrison _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
 with Elizabeth
   Hannah M _
   b18500820

Hannah M. Garrison _
   bf 1850 Aug 20 to Stephen Garrison _ et ux Elizabeth in NJ, Cumberland Co.,
      Millville
   df 1850 Aug 20 of dysentery in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ. Recorded:
      1851 May 31.


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Charles Garrison _
   bm 1800
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah L.
   bf 1800
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R451 P161B L26  369/382.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woolwich Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, John B. Hillyard, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Garrison           50M Physician             13000NJ
 Hannah L.                  50F                            NJ
 Joshua S. Thomson          35M Councelor-at-Law           ME
 Frances S.                 25F                            NJ
 Hannah G.                   4F                            NJ
 Susan                       1F                            NJ
 Mary Jane Hendrickson      19F                            NJ
 Elmira Hendrickson         17F                            NJ
 Stephen Wilson             15MMLabourer                   NJ       S
 Elizabeth Riley            19F                            NJ

Sarah E. Garrison _
   bf 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R445 P84B L3  284/301.
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden City, South Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 03, E. P. Andrews,_ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel S. Cain             42M Shoe Maker             1000NJ
 Catherine  "               36F                            NJ
 Sarah      "               83F                            NJ
 Sarah E. Garrison          25F                            NJ

Daniel Garrison _
   bm 1802
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   bf 1806
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P224 L32  72/73.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep __, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Daniel Garrison            48M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Elizabeth   "              44F                            NJ
     more ....

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      Reference
      1. Soundex G    Garrison
      2. FF - Frank Fekel
      3. NoOG. Notes on Old Gloucester - Frank H. Stewart.
finis
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Index


Arthur Garrison _ P3                   Charles Garrison _ P9                 
Clement Garrison _ P5                  Corson Garrison _ P4                  
Daniel Garrison _ P3                   Daniel Garrison _ P9                  
David Garrison 69 P2                   David Garrison _ P2                   
Elijah Garrison _ P7                   Enoch G. Garrison _ P3                
Enoch Garrison _ P2                    Enoch Garrison _ P6                   
Gamaliel Garrison 70 P2                George Garrison P3                    
H? Garrison P5                         Hannah Garrison 70 P3                 
Hannah M. Garrison _ P8                Jedediah Garrison _ P3                
Jeremiah Garrison _ P2                 Jess Garrison _ P5                    
Joel Garrison 68 P2                    Lavina Garrison 71 P2                 
Lemuel Garrison _ P2                   Marmaduke Garrison _ P3               
Mary Garrettson _ P7                   Rubin Garritson _ P5                  
Sarah E. Garrison _ P9                 Sarah Garrison _ P8                   
Sophia Garrison 08 P2                  Stephen Garrison _ P8                 
Thomas Garrison _ P3                   William Garrison _ P3                 
Zachariah Garrison _ P2                                                      



Index_Spouse


P3, P3                                 Campbell, John 08 P2                  
Campbell, Phebe 09 P2                  Doughty, John 70 P3                   
DuBois, Catherine 68 P2                Engle, Nathan 71 P2                   
Meter, Rebecca 69 P2                   P2, M P2                              
P2, M P2                               P3, H P3                              
P8, E P8                               P9, E P9                              
P9, H P9                               Ramsey, Martha 70 P2                  
Veal, Enos P7                                                                

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