Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Jonas James Pierce

living Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pennsylvania, 1900, living Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pennsylvania, 1910,


James Edgar Robinson

living Marysville, Union Co., Ohio, 1900, living Marysville, Union Co., Ohio, 1910, living Columbus, Ohio, 1920


Lula Dell Flickinger

living with husband Marysville, Union Co., Ohio, 1900, living with husband Marysville, Union Co., Ohio, 1910, living with husband Columbus, Ohio, 1920


John Parmelee

DWS: Family histories and genealogies pg 224-225
Authors: Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, 1814-1901 & Salisbury, Evelyn McCurdy Priv. print. Date: 1892
"John (2) Parmelee, the second of the name, born in 1618, in Europe, settled in Guilford, being made a Freeman there, February 14, 1650, under the name of John Parmelin Jr, " He was a member of the church of Guilford by desire of the church "6--which indicates a high character and standing. He was three times married : first, to Rebecca ---; who died September 24, 1651 ; secondly, in 1651, to Anne (---) widow of William Plane; and, thirdly, in 1659, to Hannah---; and died in January 1687-88.
... 6 This is, possibly, to he explained by supposing that he had settled somewhere else before coming to Guilford, perhaps at Quinnepiack (New Haven). Indeed, as the elder John Parmelin was not made a Freeman of Guilford till 1649, and his second wife was of New Haven, it is quite likely that both the father and the son passed the first few years of their residence in New England in old New Haven. The covenanters of 1639, on ship-board, intended, "if it may be," to plant themselves "about Quinnepiack." It may also be true that the son came out before his father, which would account for his not signing the plantation-covenant in 1639, although he was then twenty-one years old. Savage mentions a "John Palmerly," who was a passenger in the "Elizabeth and Ann " in 1635-Geneal. Dict., Boston, 1861, iii. 343."
[pg 225]
"By his first marriage he had only one child, Nathaniel,3 born in 1645 ; who married Sarah French ; and was killed in the Indian wars. The second wife of the second John Parmelee had no children. His third wife was the mother of nine children, as follows
7 i. John,3 born November 25, 1659 ; who married Mary Mason.
8 ii. Joshua,3 born in 1663; who married : first, July 10, 1690, Elsie Edwards of East Hampton, L. I. ; and, secondly, after July 10, 1714, Hannah ; and died in Tune 1729.
9 iii. Isaac,3 born November 21, 1665; who married Elizabeth Hiland (or Highland).
10 iv. Hannah,3 born November 5, 1667; who married : first, John
Hill; and, secondly,--- Stevens (or Stephens).
11 v. Stephen,3 born December 6, 1669 ; who married Elizabeth Baldwin.
12 vi. Job,3 born July 31, 1673; who married Betsey Edwards.
13 vii. Caleb,3 born in 1675; who married : first, Abigail Johnson (see
Pedigree of Johnson); and, secondly,---Hill.
14 viii. Priscilla,3 born May 8, 1678; who died December 10, 1692.
15 ix. Joel 3 (see below)."


John Parmelee

DWS: Family histories and genealogies pg 224-225
Authors: Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, 1814-1901 & Salisbury, Evelyn McCurdy Priv. print. Date: 1892
"John (2) Parmelee, the second of the name, born in 1618, in Europe, settled in Guilford, being made a Freeman there, February 14, 1650, under the name of John Parmelin Jr, " He was a member of the church of Guilford by desire of the church "6--which indicates a high character and standing. He was three times married : first, to Rebecca ---; who died September 24, 1651 ; secondly, in 1651, to Anne (---) widow of William Plane; and, thirdly, in 1659, to Hannah---; and died in January 1687-88.
... 6 This is, possibly, to he explained by supposing that he had settled somewhere else before coming to Guilford, perhaps at Quinnepiack (New Haven). Indeed, as the elder John Parmelin was not made a Freeman of Guilford till 1649, and his second wife was of New Haven, it is quite likely that both the father and the son passed the first few years of their residence in New England in old New Haven. The covenanters of 1639, on ship-board, intended, "if it may be," to plant themselves "about Quinnepiack." It may also be true that the son came out before his father, which would account for his not signing the plantation-covenant in 1639, although he was then twenty-one years old. Savage mentions a "John Palmerly," who was a passenger in the "Elizabeth and Ann " in 1635-Geneal. Dict., Boston, 1861, iii. 343."
[pg 225]
"By his first marriage he had only one child, Nathaniel,3 born in 1645 ; who married Sarah French ; and was killed in the Indian wars. The second wife of the second John Parmelee had no children. His third wife was the mother of nine children, as follows
7 i. John,3 born November 25, 1659 ; who married Mary Mason.
8 ii. Joshua,3 born in 1663; who married : first, July 10, 1690, Elsie Edwards of East Hampton, L. I. ; and, secondly, after July 10, 1714, Hannah ; and died in Tune 1729.
9 iii. Isaac,3 born November 21, 1665; who married Elizabeth Hiland (or Highland).
10 iv. Hannah,3 born November 5, 1667; who married : first, John
Hill; and, secondly,--- Stevens (or Stephens).
11 v. Stephen,3 born December 6, 1669 ; who married Elizabeth Baldwin.
12 vi. Job,3 born July 31, 1673; who married Betsey Edwards.
13 vii. Caleb,3 born in 1675; who married : first, Abigail Johnson (see
Pedigree of Johnson); and, secondly,---Hill.
14 viii. Priscilla,3 born May 8, 1678; who died December 10, 1692.
15 ix. Joel 3 (see below)."


John Parmelin

DWS: Family histories and genealogies
Authors: Salisbury, Edward Elbridge, 1814-1901 & Salisbury, Evelyn McCurdy Priv. print. Date: 1892
Married twice; first in Europe to Hannah, and 2nd to a Elizabeth Bradley in in America
"In this country the Parmelees have ramified widely. But members of the family have not furnished us sufficient information to enable us to give details in regard to many of the branches. We must limit ourselves, for the most part, to the line of descent which especially interests us.
The senior John1 Parmelee was twice married : first, before his emigration, to Hannah - ; and, secondly, in America, to Elizabeth Bradley5 of New Haven. By his first marriage he had:

i. John2 (see below).

ii. Hannah,2 born in Europe : who married, September 30, 1651, John Johnson of New Haven (see Pedigree of Johnson).
He had, also (whether by his first or his second marriage we are uncertain)

iii. Mary,2 born in Guilford ; who married, September 16, 1660, Dennis Crampton ; and (probably by his second marriage)

iv. Elizabeth,2 born in Guilford; who married John Everts.

5 She appears to have been a widow when he married her, for in his Will he leaves a bequest "to her sonne" Stephen."
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Rev Thomas Weld

DWS: from LDS ancestral
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994
Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground, Roxbury, Mass. Vol 14 pg 55
""Here lyes buried ye body of Mr Thomas Weld who deceased ye 17th day of Jany 1682/3 in ye 56th year of his age"


Dorothy Whiting

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994
Inscriptions from the Old Burial Ground, Roxbury, Mass. Vol 14 pg 55
"Here lyes buried ye body of Mrs Dorothy Weld ye widow of Mr Thomas Weld, who died July ye 31st 1694 in ye 66th year of her age."


Samuel Weld

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 99 pg 313:
"'Samuel Weld of Roxbury, eldest surviving brother to Joseph Weld.'
Samuel -4 Weld(Edmund -1, Rev. Thomas -2, Thomas -3); b. R. July 20, 1651; d. R. Sept. 2, 1737, was the brother of Joseph -4 Weld, b. R. May 3, 1666, d. in Canada, will prob. Suffolk, Mary 11, 1695.
Cs. C.F.Robinson: 'Weld Collections' (1938), which does not record Joseph's -4 death in Canada."


Joseph Weld

died in the ill-fated 1690 expedition to Canada under command of Capt Andrew Gardner
DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 99 pg 313:
"'Samuel Weld of Roxbury, eldest surviving brother to Joseph Weld.'
Samuel -4 Weld(Edmund -1, Rev. Thomas -2, Thomas -3); b. R. July 20, 1651; d. R. Sept. 2, 1737, was the brother of Joseph -4 Weld, b. R. May 3, 1666, d. in Canada, will prob. Suffolk, Mary 11, 1695.
Cs. C.F.Robinson: 'Weld Collections' (1938), which does not record Joseph's -4 death in Canada."


Samuel Whiting

DWS: from LDS ancestral


Thomas Weld

DWS: from LDS ancestral


Thomas Weld

DWS: from LDS ancestral


Mary Savage

DWS: from LDS ancestral