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DESCENDANTS OF ARCHIBALD GREENLEE

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WASHINGTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.

 

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ARCHIBALD GREENLEE ~ was born about 1755, in Scotland; married MISS ----------- GIFFEN, who was born in Scotland.

CHILDREN:

2. I. Alexander, married and Moved to Indiana where he died. A son lives in Emporia, Kansas.

3. .11John, married Sarab McCracken.+

4. III.Robert, born about 1780; married Mary Bonar.4-

5. IV.James, ctober 15, 1784· m

born 0 , arried Jane Mitchel.+~

6. V.William; di~d at Hamilton, Ohio. .

7. ‘VT Mary; married Alexande~, Work; died in Belmont Co., Ohio.

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ARCHIBALD GREENLE~ emigrated to this country from Scotland .at &zi early date, and settled in Washington’ County, Pennsylvania, Dear a place then

called Shirtee. . -. -~

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JOHN GRZE2NLU,2 son df Arcliibal4 Greenlee and Giff en, died 18Th in Belmont County; Ohio; married SARAH McCRACKEN.

CHILDREN:

William.

James.

Andrew.

John.

David.

Joseph.

Margaret.

Sarah, born August 16, 1816; married Samuel Pool.

ROBERT GREENLEE,2 son of Archibald Greenlee and Giffen, was born about 1780 ix? Washington County,. Pennsylvania; died about 1812, or 1814 in ~elmork County, Ohio; married in~00 in Washington County, Penn-

MARY BONAR, born in Washington County, Pennsylvania, died

1815, daughter of William Bonar.

CHILDREN:

186

· 16. i. William maftied Susan Collins.

17. II. Maigaret.’

18. III. Archibald, born JuI~’ 3, 1807; married M~ga~et Everet Bonar;

19. ma~ried .e~ond Catharine Beaver.4-

James.

· 20. V.7 Robert, born November 30, 1811; married Mary Christy.+,

· ROBERT GREENLEE moved after his marriage, to Belmont ‘County, Ohio, and settled first four miles west of Bellaire. He removed to a farm about two miles east of ~t. ~lairsville in the same county, where he resided.j short time, then purchased a farm about two and one-half miles west of town and there resided until ?his death. In religion lie was a Presbyterian.

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JAMES GP.2EZNt.~Z,2 -son of Archibald. Greenlee and Giffen, was

· born October 15, 1784 in Pennsylvania; died June 3, 1855 at Beiltire, Belmont County, Ohio; married JANE MITCHEL who was born in Pennsylvania or. Ireland and died March 24, 1870 at Bellaire, Ohio. He removed from)’POnil-mylvania to Bellaire, Ohio,

Cfl~ILDREN:

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Alexaiider,’Iorxi April 9, 1813; married Mary Jane Brice.+

Anne, torn October 3, 1814; died August 18, 1843.

Jane, born June 3, 1816 Fmarried Re~. Thomas A. Welshh+ Margare’t, born February 18, 1818; married Joshua Worley.+

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Mathew, born April 4, 1820; married Martha Allen.+

Sarah, born April 11, or 1, 182?; ‘n~arried’ John Allen.+

James, born S~ptember 2, 1824 j died December 4³3, 1847.

William, bc~rn April 11, 1827; married Mary Johnson.+

Mary, born Sept~mber 5, 1829; died.

Elizabeth, born August 1, 1832; ‘died August 11, 1873.

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Or~enle.’ Archibald Oreenlee’
BAk~LH GRE NLEE’ B1~ McCrack~

daughter pf John Greenl and Saraji McCracken, was born August 16, 1818’ at St. ClMrsville, Belmont County, Ohio; married July, 1856 at Beallsville, Monroe County,. Ohio, SAMUETJ POOL, born in 1801 in Maryland, died in. 1887 at Cameron, Monroe County, Ohio.. He was a farmer; Democrat; Meth-

·odi!t. Resided at Cameron, Ohio.

CHILDREN:

  1. I. Ellen Pool, born May 29, 1858; married John N. Baughner. ~
  2. 32. II. Emma Pool, born June 26, 1861; married John Pontius.

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eon of Robert Oreenlee and Mary Bo~~ar, was born July 3, 1807 at Bellaire or

· ,~t. Clairsyille, Belmont (~punt~’, Ohio~ died April 3, 1896 at’ Fredericktown,
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Knox County, Ohio; married April 4, 18~13 at Fredericktown, Ohm, MAR(MRET

EVERET BONAR (his second cousin), born Febmiary 3, 1812 at Mt. Vernon, Knox Cou~ity, Ohio, died December 25, 1852 at Mt. Vernon, OhiQ, daughter of Barnet flonar and Margaret (Yraig; married ~econd June 1, 1855 at Frederick-

· town, Ohio, CATHERINE BEAVE1~ who was bor~i January~,25, 1819 at New4

· Berlin, Perry County, Pennsylvania, died February 21, 1898 at Carroilton, Greene County, Illinois, daughter of Petter Beaver and F~annah Gilbert.

 

CHILDREN:

33. I. Mary Anne, born May 21, 1834; marl’ied Dr. John Green.+
34. II. Daughter, born Sep~nber 2% 1835; died October 1, 1835.
35. III. James Flemming; bo ove~er 1~, 1838; married Helen Adelaide
Sackett.+
36. IV. Daughter; born June 6, 1841; ied July 7, 1841.
37. V. Barnet Bonai,, born December 5, 1842; married HannAh M.
38. ~ Wa~1ters.+ I
Charles Ambrose, born September 11, 1846; died June 14, 1848.
39. VII< Margaret, born October 5, 1849; died May 28, 1864:

4j VITIA Thomas Beaver, born December 29, 1855; married Mary B~fle

· Struble; married second Lizzie Olive Woodbury.~ -

41. IX. Lizzie FraAces, born November 15,1861; married George Augustus

Proc~+

ARCHIBALD GRE~NLEE, after the death of his mother, lived a year,
or so with’ a kind old neighbor, Isaac Cogle, a Quaker, who had been very
kind to his mother during her sickness. "Then he lived with a ~cotchman,
· Samuel Clark until the ratter sold his farm and moved &o Indiana. Archibald~
had his clothing paeked to go with Mr. Clark but his ~‘ncle, James Greenlee,
would not allow him to go. He then went to live irith’ ‘William Workman and

remaine~ with him until he was fourteen years ‘old, then went to Bt. Claire-ville a~became an apprentice to learn the cab?ii1et~making trade. He re-mained there six years, and after finish’ing his trade he went to Wheeling, West Virginia’ and did ~onrn~y work ‘for four months. His brother. William had ‘moved to Washington, Guernsey County, Ohio, and started a hats shop so Archi-bald went there and united with him in carrying ‘on that trade. HpLvihg re-.ceived some money fi~om his father’s estate, h3 built a brick dwelling in which his brother lived, he boarding with him. They then bought a dry goods store and continued both that and the hat shop for sbme time, until it was thought best "to dissolve partnership. William took the house and lot· and Archibald

-took the store. He had,. howeyer, prior to this time, started a hat shop

· in Norwich, Muskingum County, Ohio, in connection with his cousin And~w