Mabel Gertrude Kouns

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mabel Gertrude Kouns was born 18 June 1900, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH (daughter of Benjamin Edgar Kouns and Mary Grace Hatcher).

    Notes:

    From my old emails of 1999:
    DEAR MS. KOUNS:
    I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you that I received the book from Lawrence Co. Ohio. I took it over to my mother Lillian Chatfield Slomers and handed it to her. She opened the cover and saw the name
    "Kouns" and said, " I used to know some Kouns'es that lived up in Possum Holler by mom." [Nancy Jane Ward Chatfield]. Then she proceeded to tell
    me this little story:
    "I had a school teacher named Mable Kouns in the first, second, third
    and I think fourth grade, yah the fourth grade too. She had two sisters one was Georgette and the other, gee I can't remember her name right now, but I'll think of it later. Anyway, Mable Kouns had two brothers
    Lucian and Walstein Kouns. They were all schoolteachers. Walstein Kouns taught the older kids and when he couldn't be there Lucian Kouns would substitute. Mable Kouns was crippled. When she was a little girl she was playing that game Crack the Whip, you know what game I mean, Crack
    the Whip with a bunch of other kids and she was on the end and when they
    cracked the whip she got hurt. It broke her hip or leg or something, anyway she was crippled. Yea, she took me home with her one day after school and she gave me my first bra, [ giggle, giggle], yea my first bra. That was at the school at Sheridan. I remember Mable Kouns she drove a little one seat Ford car, it was real cute and she looked cute
    driven' it. She got married later on and had two children."
    >I JUST THOUGHT that you would enjoy a little bit of memorabelia, from a lady who grew up in that area. I am so glad that I bought that book, I think she is still reading it!! Thank you for telling me about it, and giving my mother [82] a happy Sunday afternoon of memories.
    Sincerely, Nancy Drouillard, Michigan

    Mabel married Halsey Burr Wheeler 1 Dec 1925, Central Christian Church, Ironton, OH. Halsey was born 5 Nov 1896, Coal Grove, Lawrence Co., OH; died 3 Jul 1947, Ironton, Lawrence Co., Oh. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Sarah Carolyn Wheeler
    2. Franklin B. Wheeler

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Benjamin Edgar Kouns was born 28 Nov. 1867, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH (son of Samuel Kouns, Jr. and Salome McClure); died 2 Jan. 1922, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH.

    Notes:

    Ironton Register Sept. 3, 1903 - Benj. Kouns of Sheridan is sick with typhoid fever. He has been ill for three weeks.

    Death Records - Courthouse, Ironton, OH - Ben. E. Kouns, male, white, single d. 18 Jan 1922 54y1m10d, Lawrence Co., Perry Township, b. South Point, OH; farmer, cause: angina pectoris.

    Ironton Register - Wednesday, January 18, 1922 - HEART TROUBLE CAUSEE DEATH OF BENJ. E. KOUNS THIS MORN. - PROMINANT MAN DIED SUDDENLY WHILE AT WORK - Widely Known Throughout City and County - Leader in Agricultural, Social and Educational Life of Community and Death is Shock to Friends Thruout County - Heart trouble early this morning caused the sudden death of Benjamin E. Kouns, 55, prominent farmer, at his farm near South Point, and the announcement of his demise in this city comes as a terrible shock to the many friends of this widely known man, who stood high in the community, known widely throughout the county. He was working about the barn on his farm this morning when he was seized with he fatal attack of heart trouble and died within a few minutes. A number of men employed about the barn rushed to his side but within a few minutes the sparks of life had fled.

    The deceased had been identified with agriculture, social and educational life of the county practically all his life. He had served a number of years as a teacher and had just completed a term as member of the school boards of both the elementary and high school of Delta District, his term having expired on January 1st of the present year. Mr. Kouns was also an active member of the Masonic fraternity having been a Past Master of South Point Lodge F and A M.

    He was also a member of Delta M. E. Church. The funeral services, while not definitely arranged, will probably be in charge of the Masonic Lodge of South Point.

    The home life of the deceased was ideal and his chief joy was his family. His wife preceded him in death about nine years ago. One brother, Alex Kouns and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Wakefield of South Point survive, as do the following children: Waldstein of Washington, D.C.; Adrian of Washington, D.C.; Mabel who is a teacher of the primary grades at Sheridan, Georgianna and Lucien at home.

    Ironton Register - Thursday, January 19, 1922 - KOUNS FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY - the funeral services over the remains of Benjamin E. Kouns of near South Point, will be held Saturday at ten o'clock at the home with the Rev. Stroymeyer, of Coal Grove, and Rev. Davidson of Sydenstricker church, officiating. The services will be in Woodland cemetery, under direction of Bingaman and Jones.

    Benjamin married Mary Grace Hatcher 23 May 1895. Mary was born 16 Oct. 1870, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH; died Mar. 1913, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mary Grace Hatcher was born 16 Oct. 1870, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH; died Mar. 1913, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH.

    Notes:

    Death Records - Grace M. Kouns - female, white, married, d. 19 Mar 1913, 43y8m2d Perry Twp., b. OH housewife, died from measles.

    Ironton Register (Mar 1913) - WIFE DIED WEDNESDAY - Mrs. Grace Kountz, age 43, wife of Benjamin E. Kountz of Sheridan closed her eyes in everlasting sleep Wednesday afternoon about one o'clock after an extended illness of measles.

    The deceased was well known throughout the county and the news of her death will come as a great shock to anxious friends and relatives, who were in a measure prepared for the inevitable.

    She is survived by a devoted husband and the following children: Walter (sic should be Waldstein), Adrian, Mabel, Georgiana and Lucien.

    Bingaman and Jones will have charge of the funeral services which will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock.

    ID: I581698957
    Name: Grace M. HATCHER
    Given Name: Grace M.
    Surname: Hatcher
    Sex: F
    Birth: 16 Oct 1870 in OH 1
    Death: 1913
    Residence: 20 Apr 1910 Perry Twp,Lawrence Cty,OH 1
    Change Date: 6 Jun 2005 1

    Children:
    1. Samuel Walstein Kouns was born 22 Feb 1896; died 14 Jul 1965.
    2. Adrienne Burns Kouns was born 11 Oct 1898; died 5 Oct 1979, Lawrence Co., OH.
    3. Georgianna Frances Kouns was born 6 Oct. 1904, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH; died 12 Dec. 1984, Ironton, Lawrence Co., OH.
    4. 1. Mabel Gertrude Kouns was born 18 June 1900, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH.
    5. Lucien Wolcott Kouns was born 28 Nov 1905; died 1 Mar 1969.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Samuel Kouns, Jr. was born 4 Jun 1824, Lawrence Co., OH (son of Samuel Kouns, Sr. and Catherine Brubaker); died 19 Dec 1903, Lawrence Co., OH.

    Notes:

    Ironton Register Jan. 19, 1871 - Real Estate Transfers: David R. Chatfield to Samuel Kouns, 44 acres, $450.

    1880 United States Federal Census Record
    about Samuel Kouns
    Name: Samuel Kouns
    Age: 55
    Estimated birth year: abt 1825
    Birthplace: Ohio
    Occupation: Farmer
    Relationship to head-of-household: Self
    Home in 1880: Perry, Lawrence, Ohio
    Marital status: Married
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Spouse's name: Salome Kouns
    Father's birthplace: VA
    Mother's name: Catharine Kouns
    Mother's birthplace: VA
    Samuel Kouns, age 55 farmer, born OH, father born Virginia, mother born Virginia
    Salome age 57, keeps house, born OH, father born VT, mother born Conn
    Alexander, son, age 26 farm laborer, OH
    Harriet L., daughter, age 21, at home, born OH
    Benjamin E., son, age 12, farm laborer, born OH
    Catherine, mother, age 82, at home, born VA, father born VA, mother born VA

    Death Records - Kouns, Samuel, male, white, married, died 10 Dec 1903 age 79y6m15d, Sheridan, OH, farmer, cause: Paralysis

    Hardesty Sketches, Lawrence Co. OH (Published 1882)

    Samuel Kouns - was born in the county of Lawrence, June 4, 1821 and married in the same county Apr. 28, 1847 to Salome McClure,who was born in this county July 24, 1821. Her father, James McClure, was born in the state of Vermont and died in this county, July 8, 1864, and her mother Abigail (Stacy) McClure was born in Connecticut and died in this county March 1, 1879. They settled here in 1821.

    Christian Kouns, the grandfather of Samuel, was born in Rockingham Co., VA and removed to this county from Greenbrier Co., VA near the White Sulphur Springs, in 1803. He was one of the first settlers in this county when it was simply a wilderness. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War.

    The father of the subject of this sketch, Samuel Kouns, Sr. was born in Greenbrier Co., VA Jan 8, 1795, and died Sept. 25, 1843. He was a soldier in the War of 1812 under General Harrison.

    James McClure, a brother of Mrs. Kouns, served in the late war, enlisting in 1865 in the 173d O.V.I. The following are Mr. Kouns' children:

    Alma E. b. 3/20/1848 d. 12/30/1853
    Caroline E. b. 5/13/1849 d. 12/13/1853
    Franklin b. 10/12/1852 d. 1/27/1855
    Alexander b. 4/16/1854 resides at home
    Harriet L. b. 9/13/1858 resides at home
    Frank Clifton b. 9/18/1860 d. 7/5/1862
    Benjamin E. b. 11/8/1867 resides at home

    Mr. Kouns has served as Justice of the Peace one term and as school director six terms. He also held the office of treasurer of the Delta School district for nine years. Besides several other offices. Catherine (Brubaker) Kouns, who came to this county in 1803 with her husband,is the mother of Samuel. Mr. Kouns is engaged in farming in Perry Township. Address: Sheridan Coal Works, Lawrence Co. Ohio.

    1870 Lawrence Co. OH census:

    Samuel Kouns age 46 b. OH
    Salome age 48 b. OH
    Alex age 16 b. OH
    Harriet age 11 b. OH
    Benjamin age 02 b. OH
    Catherine age 70 b. OH infirm (nee Brubaker)



    Ironton Register - Thursday, December 24, 1903 - PIONEER DEAD - Samuel Kouns, one of the pioneer residents of this county, who was stricken with paralysis at his home near Sheridan, Friday morning, died that night, without ever having regained consciousness. When the aged man was stricken, Dr. E. P. Gould of Sheridan was summoned and did all that medical science could for the stricken man, but without avail.

    The deceased was 80 years of age and had been a resident of this county for half a century. He was a member of the M.E. Church at Delta and was very generous in its support as well as enthusiastic in its spiritual work. Few men in this county enjoyed a wider acquaintance or higher esteem than Mr. Kouns and the members of the bereaved family have an abundance of sympathy in their hour of sorrow.

    The deceased is survived by a widow and the following named children: Alex and B. E. Kouns, of Sheridan, and Mrs. Frank Wakefield of Cebee.

    Samuel married Salome McClure 28 Apr 1847, Lawrence Co., OH. Salome (daughter of James McClure and Abigail Stacy) was born 24 Jul 1821; died 13 Mar 1908. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Salome McClure was born 24 Jul 1821 (daughter of James McClure and Abigail Stacy); died 13 Mar 1908.

    Notes:

    Death Records - Kouns, Salome, female, white, married, died: 13 Mar 1908 86y6m20d, Lawrence Co. OH, Perry Twp, b. Ohio, housewife, cause: heart failure.

    ID: I581689704
    Name: Salome MCCLURE
    Given Name: Salome
    Surname: McClure
    Sex: F
    Birth: 24 Jul 1821 in Lawrence Cty,OH 1
    Death: 13 Mar 1908
    Residence: 11 Jun 1860 Perry Twp,Lawrence Cty,OH 1
    Change Date: 6 Jun 2005 1
    Note: BIRTH: Age = 36 on 6/1/1860, according to the 1860 Federal Census.

    Father: James MCCLURE b: in VT

    Children:
    1. 2. Benjamin Edgar Kouns was born 28 Nov. 1867, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH; died 2 Jan. 1922, South Point, Lawrence Co., OH.
    2. Alma Electa Kouns was born 20 Mar 1848; died 30 Dec 1853.
    3. Caroline Elizabeth Kouns was born 13 May 1849; died 13 Dec 1853.
    4. Franklin Kouns was born 12 Oct 1852; died 27 Jan 1855.
    5. Alexander Kouns was born 16 Apr 1854; died 22 Aug 1922.
    6. Harriet Lizzie Kouns was born 13 Sep 1858; died 27 Dec 1923.
    7. Frank Clifton Kouns was born 13 Sep 1860; died 5 Jul 1862.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Samuel Kouns, Sr. was born 8 Jan 1795, Greenbriar Co., VA (son of Christian Kouns and Anna Lamp); died 25 Sep 1845, Lawrence Co., OH.

    Notes:

    Samuel Kouns - s/o Christian and Anna Lamp Kouns was b.08 Jan 1795 Greenbrier Co. VA d. 25 Sep 1843 Lawrence Co. OH. He m. 1814 Catherine Brubaker b. Apr 1798 d. 02 Jul 1882. This was the first marriage in Perry Twp. Lawrence Co. OH. They were buried in Perry Twp. Kouns Family Cemetery which was moved to Ironton Woodland Cemetery in July 1966.

    Samuel Kouns was a soldier in the War of 1812 under General Harrison.

    1818 Samuel Kounce is a taxpayer in Lawrence Co. OH

    1820 Lawrence Co. OH census Samuel Koons in Fayette Twp.
    with one male under 10; one male 26-45; one female under 10 and one female 26-45 - total of 4 in household

    Koons, Samuel - The State of Ohio vs Wm. Collier and Samuel Koons. Fisticuffs. Samuel plead guilty, paid fine of $6.00. pg 159 Vol 1-2 Ironton Courthouse Clerk of Courts office.

    Kouns (Coonts) - John Bruce vs Samuel Coonts. Slander. 1822 page 230. Ironton Courthouse Clerk of Courts office.

    From: "Southern Ohio Taxpayers in the 1820's" we find:
    Koon(s) Samuel in 1822 and 1828 Perry Township Lawrence Co.

    Samuel Koons - Will dated 1843 Vol 1, pg 132-34

    Sharon:
    I was reviewing material on your "Sister" website for Samuel &
    Catherine Brubaker Kouns, their descendants, dates, etc. I have in my
    possession the right half of a family record page which had been
    removed from a family bible. It was in the Elmer Brubaker family
    bible which my husband Dan Brubaker was given by his father. (Elmer
    was Dan's grandfather.) It appears to be from a Samuel Kouns, or
    David Chatfield Bible. The names and dates of birth are missing from
    the left half of the page. However, the dates match up with the
    Samuel Kouns family information. The exciting piece of information is
    the marriage date for Samuel and Catherine Brubaker Kouns which is
    given as 6 Oct 1814 married by Rev. Gathra.
    Doreen Brubaker

    1836
    William Clark and Wife
    To Deed 1000, 15 S. 1836
    Samuel Koons

    Know all men by these presents, that I William Clark of Lawrence County, Ohio in consideration of one thousand dollars to me paid by Samuel Koons of the same place, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do by these presents give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, the following described tract of land, to wit, part of Section No. 30, in Township No. 2, of Range No. 17. Beginning at a stake on the bank of the Ohio River and corner to a tract of land surveyed to Mishick Collier (and now owned by me) from which a Beech 10 inches in diameter bears S 68? W, 18 links and a Beech 6 inches in diameter bears North 46? W, 24 links thence East 130 poles to a stake, from which a Sugar 4 inches in diameter bears South 14? W, 15 links and a Dogwood 2 inches in diameter bears South 27? W, 16 links, thence North 62 poles to a stake, corner to Samuel Koons from which a Black Oak, 20 inches in diameter, bears North 43 links and a Beech 7 inches in diameter bears S 64? W, 43 links. Thence West 141 poles to a stake, on the bank of the Ohio River, from which a Beech 10 inches in diameter bears S 34? W, 35 links and a Sugar 10 inches bears North 44? West, 65 links, thence S 10? East, 63 poles to the place of beginning containing fifty two acres, two rods and one pole, be the same more or less. Together with the privileges and appurtenances to the same in anywise belonging. To have and to hold the aforegranted premises to him the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, to his and their use and behoof forever. And I the said William Clark, do covenant with the said Samuel Koons that I am lawfully seized in fee of the aforegranted premises, that they are free from incumbrances and that I will and my heirs shall warrant and defend the same to the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, against the lawful claims of all persons of all persons and Louisa, wife of said William Clark, in consideration of ten cents to her paid doth hereby grant and release unto the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, all her right and title of dower in the aforegranted premises. Witness our hand and seals this fifteenth day of September 1836.

    Signed, sealed, acknowledged Wm. Clark (Seal)
    and delivered in presence of, Louisa Clark (Seal)
    Daniel Clark
    O.C. Hanly

    State of Ohio, Lawrence County S.S

    Before me the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace, in and of the said County personally came the above named William and Louisa Clark, who being made acquainted with the contents of the foregoing instrument of writing and being examined separate and apart, the wife from the husband, severally and apart acknowledged the same to be their free act and deed and said Louis declared that she executed the same without force and coercion or persuasion and is still satisfied therewith. Witness my hand and seal this fifteenth day of September 1836.

    The State of Ohio, Lawrence County S.S. Daniel Brubaker J.P. (Seal)
    The foregoing is a true copy of the original instrument received for record, Jan 31 1837and this day recorded. Recorder?s Office at Burlington, Feb. 2nd 1837. Fees _ _paid. John _ ______ Recorder.

    This is from Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Vol. # 7, pg. # 341, available at the Lawrence Co. Recorder?s Office. Samuel Koons is believed to be a son of Christian Koons and is mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 5 Pg. 105-107, in which Christian Koons directs his son Andrew to compensate Christian?s other children, including a Samuel Kounts for land that Christian sold to Andrew. The land described above was mentioned in Samuel Koons?s Will, in which he willed the tract of land to his daughter, Betsey Chatfield. Samuel?s Will further mentions a David B. Chatfield, who is believed to be Betsey?s husband and he is mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 16, pg. # 305-306, in which David is listed as being a member of the ?Christian Kouns Cemetery Society?. Jacob Koons, who is also mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 5, pg.# 105-107 as a son of Christian Kouns, owned land in Sec. # 24, Township # 2 N, Range 17. This would be about 5 miles from the above mentioned land purchased by Samuel Koons. See Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Vol. #. # 5 Pg. # 205-206 and Vol. # 5, Pg. # 206-208 for Jacob?s land transactions.
    (above from Gary Welch 2008)


    In Early Gallia County Court Records -- Samuel Koons was granted a minister's license, Baptist, on March 4, 1861


    From Gary Welch to S. Kouns:In a message dated 12/22/2008 9:58:17 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, bluesman766@yahoo.com writes:

    William Clark and Wife
    To Deed 1000, 15 S. 1836
    Samuel Koons

    Know all men by these presents, that I William Clark of Lawrence County, Ohio in consideration of one thousand dollars to me paid by Samuel Koons of the same place, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do by these presents give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, the following described tract of land, to wit, part of Section No. 30, in Township No. 2, of Range No. 17. Beginning at a stake on the bank of the Ohio River and corner to a tract of land surveyed to Mishick Collier (and now owned by me) from which a Beech 10 inches in diameter bears S 68? W, 18 links and a Beech 6 inches in diameter bears North 46? W, 24 links thence East 130 poles to a stake, from which a Sugar 4 inches in diameter bears South 14? W, 15 links and a Dogwood 2 inches in diameter bears South 27? W, 16 links, thence North 62 poles to a stake, corner to Samuel Koons from which a Black Oak, 20 inches in diameter, bears North 43 links and a Beech 7 inches in diameter bears S 64? W, 43 links. Thence West 141 poles to a stake, on the bank of the Ohio River, from which a Beech 10 inches in diameter bears S 34? W, 35 links and a Sugar 10 inches bears North 44? West, 65 links, thence S 10? East, 63 poles to the place of beginning containing fifty two acres, two rods and one pole, be the same more or less. Together with the privileges and appurtenances to the same in anywise belonging. To have and to hold the aforegranted premises to him the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, to his and their use and behoof forever. And I the said William Clark, do covenant with the said Samuel Koons that I am lawfully seized in fee of the aforegranted premises, that they are free from incumbrances and that I will and my heirs shall warrant and defend the same to the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, against the lawful claims of all persons of all persons and Louisa, wife of said William Clark, in consideration of ten cents to her paid doth hereby grant and release unto the said Samuel Koons, his heirs and assigns, all her right and title of dower in the aforegranted premises. Witness our hand and seals this fifteenth day of September 1836.

    Signed, sealed, acknowledged Wm. Clark (Seal)
    and delivered in presence of, Louisa Clark (Seal)
    Daniel Clark
    O.C. Hanly

    State of Ohio, Lawrence County S.S

    Before me the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace, in and of the said County personally came the above named William and Louisa Clark, who being made acquainted with the contents of the foregoing instrument of writing and being examined separate and apart, the wife from the husband, severally and apart acknowledged the same to be their free act and deed and said Louis declared that she executed the same without force and coercion or persuasion and is still satisfied therewith. Witness my hand and seal this fifteenth day of September 1836.

    The State of Ohio, Lawrence County S.S. Daniel Brubaker J.P. (Seal)
    The foregoing is a true copy of the original instrument received for record, Jan 31 1837and this day recorded. Recorder?s Office at Burlington, Feb. 2nd 1837. Fees _ _paid. John _ ______ Recorder.

    This is from Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Vol. # 7, pg. # 341, available at the Lawrence Co. Recorder?s Office. Samuel Koons is believed to be a son of Christian Koons and is mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 5 Pg. 105-107, in which Christian Koons directs his son Andrew to compensate Christian?s other children, including a Samuel Kounts for land that Christian sold to Andrew. The land described above was mentioned in Samuel Koons?s Will, in which he willed the tract of land to his daughter, Betsey Chatfield. Samuel?s Will further mentions a David B. Chatfield, who is believed to be Betsey?s husband and he is mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 16, pg. # 305-306, in which David is listed as being a member of the ?Christian Kouns Cemetery Society?. Jacob Koons, who is also mentioned in Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Book # 5, pg.# 105-107 as a son of Christian Kouns, owned land in Sec. # 24, Township # 2 N, Range 17. This would be about 5 miles from the above mentioned land purchased by Samuel Koons. See Lawrence Co. Ohio Deed Vol. #. # 5 Pg. # 205-206 and Vol. # 5, Pg. # 206-208 for Jacob?s land transactions.

    Samuel married Catherine Brubaker 6 Oct. 1814, Lawrence Co., OH by Rev. Gathra. Catherine (daughter of Abraham Brubaker, Jr. and Mary Stover) was born 16 May 1798; died 2 Jul 1882, Lawrence Co., OH. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Catherine Brubaker was born 16 May 1798 (daughter of Abraham Brubaker, Jr. and Mary Stover); died 2 Jul 1882, Lawrence Co., OH.

    Notes:

    ID: I581684904
    Name: Catherine BRUBAKER
    Given Name: Catherine
    Surname: Brubaker
    Sex: F
    Birth: Apr 1798 in Woodstock,Shenandoah Cty,VA 1
    Death: 2 Jul 1882
    Residence: 11 Jun 1860 Perry Twp,Lawrence Cty,OH (with son Samuel) 1
    Change Date: 6 Jun 2005 1

    Father: Abraham BRUBAKER b: 14 Jun 1761 in Lancaster,PA (or Dunmore,VA?)
    Mother: Mary STOVER b: 1764 in Dunmore,Bedford,VA

    Children:
    1. 4. Samuel Kouns, Jr. was born 4 Jun 1824, Lawrence Co., OH; died 19 Dec 1903, Lawrence Co., OH.
    2. Elizabeth Kouns was born Abt 1816, OH.

  3. 10.  James McClure was born 1788; died 1870.

    Notes:

    James McClure was a native of Vermont.

    James — Abigail Stacy. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Abigail Stacy (daughter of William Stacy, Jr.).
    Children:
    1. 5. Salome McClure was born 24 Jul 1821; died 13 Mar 1908.
    2. James McClure
    3. William Stacy McClure was born 1823; died 1893.