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 Egbert Family History

Section D

William & Rebecca (Job) Egbert Family

I. William Egbert (10/16/1753-1840)  c. 10/16/1753, Prot. Epis. Church of Shrewsbury, near Cranbury, Monmouth Co, NJ. d. 1840, Sandy Lake twp., Mercer Co., PA, son of John & Margaret (Garretson) Egbert, m. 1776, Rebecca (Elizabeth) Job (1756-1816) of Jobtown & South Amboy, Monmouth Co, NJ, dau. of George & Elizabeth (James) Job & sister of Robert & Peter Job, who both went, with families, to W. PA with William & his family. Said so have been severely wounded at the Battle of Brandywine and captured, taken to Halifaz, where after a time he was permitted to return home. During his absence, or shortly after his reurn, one of his brothers married a Tory lady,  and a lasting estrangement was created between the families. Record of receipt by him of $290 Continental on Certif. #165, 10/1779-1/1787, rec’d. pension as Rev. trooper pvt. & was an unusually good horseman even in old age (at 84 he mounted & broke a colt). They res. in Cranbury a number of yrs. when they joined a group of NJ residents & moved to SW PA, called then the New Jersey Settlement. Rebecca’s brother, Peter, having deed of 6/24/1793, area later called Elizabeth, was at forks of the Monogahela & Youghicheny rivers. William’s deed of 1793 at Elizabeth, PA is in files of Quartermaster Gen. Dept., Trenton. “The Forks” was one of the earliest & most populous. Move to the farm in Mercer Co. was not by chance. The Perrine family had previously come there (prior to 1780) & William Pangborn, foather of Stephen, was there in 1788 but went back to the forks later on. With the urging of some of these, William bought land from the North American Land Co., 2 or 3 miles from the Perrine settlement in 1800, a large farm well located & productive. He wasn’t a tall man but active & wiry with a peppery temper. He had a powder burn scar on his face from the Rev. War that remained the rest of his life. He was the first blacksmith, tanner, and shoemaker in Mercer Co. with his farm. The land was given to his son, Lewis, ca 1819, when Lewis m., on condition he should have the use of a room as long as he lived. W.H. Clawson, Lewis’ son-in-law, later owned the land that was still in the family in 1910. both bur. Perrine Cem., Mercer Co., PA (See Govert Egbert Family Outline) (See William Egbert Family Historical Background by David Sparks)(See Job Family Outline)

A. Daniel Egbert, b. 1776-7, Hightstown or Cranbury, NJ. Mentioned in grandfather’s will dated 3/29/1777, m. ca. 1796, Susan ---, occ. farmer (See William Egbert Family Historical Background)
B. Job Egbert (12/2/1778-1849) b. Middlesex Co., NJ,  d. of cholera, Georgetown, OH, m. 9/9/1799, Forward Twp., Mercer Co., PA,  Elizabeth (Wall) Pangborn (8/14/1776-5/10/1850) wid. of Stephen Pangborn, having 2 sons by him, dau. of ---Wall, d. Georgetown, Brown Co., OH. 4 of Elizabeth's brothers served in war and were present when Lord Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown. Job was capt. of  the militia in Beaver Co., PA, and present at Perry's victory on Lake Erie, in War of 1812, at Fort Erie. One of his step-sons was a fifer of his company.  Stephen, son of William Pangborn, g’son of Stephen Pangborn, who was one of the founders of the 1st Presby. Church at Cranbury, NJ. Most, if not all, of Job’s ch. b. in Mercer Co., PA, moved after his mother’s d. & before m. of Lewis, to Georgetown, OH. Elizabeth also said to be the only daughter of General Sullivan. with 3 brothers who early settled in Philadelphia and volunteered for the Rev. Army. (See Story Section)(See Pangborn Family Outline)
1. Elizabeth Egbert, m. William Ellis. She was named for her mother.
2. Alice Egbert, m. Joseph Stitt, both d. Metamora, IL
a. Clarissa Stitt  (1830-1872)  d. Metamora, IL, m.  1847, Brown Co., OH, Francis Fletcher Briggs, (1825-1908) b. Berkshire Co., MA, d. Metamora, IL,  son of Francis & Betsey (Hakes) Griggs. His family mover to Cayuga Co., NY, then Chautauqua Co., NY. Francis later moved to Brown Co., OH, then Metamora, IL. He served as Lt. in Union Army, Civil War. occ. undertaker, and was a good carpenter. They had 7 ch. 
1) Edwin Carey Briggs, b. Metamora, IL, m. Theresa Giehl, b. Metamora, IL
a) Clariec Briggs, b. IL, m. Earl Hahn
i) Mary Lee Hahn, b. IL, m. Leonard Becker
(1) Richard Becker, b. IL
3. William Egbert, b. 1805, Forward Twp., Allegheny Co., PA, d. unmar., res. Georgetown, OH
4. Walter Wall Egbert (10/21/1809-7/3/1879) b. Forward Twp., Allegheny Co., PA, c. Metamora, IL, d. Wichita, KS, m. twice, 1st – 1/31/1832, Brown Co., OH,  Eliza Trunnel (Trumwell?) (9/6/1814-1/10/1973) b. Bardstown Junction, Bullitt Co., KY,  d. Metamora, Woodsford Co., IL, dau. of Evan & Nancy (Keys) Trunnel (Nancy dau. of Gen. Sullivan), bur. Zion Cem., Eureka, Woodsford Co., IL,  2nd – Louisa Beaver.
a. John Wall Egbert (or Walter?) (7/10/1833-2/18/1919) b, Georgetown, Brown Co., OH, m. 8/8/1855, Cruger, Woodford, OH, Elvira  Crouch  b. Clermont, OH, d. 2/20/1884, dau. of Temple C. & Martha Crouch . They moved to Tolono, Champaign Co., IL 1857, when John was 24, where he erected the first house(excepting the section house. Then they moved to Matamora, Woodford Co., OH in 1858, where he built the principal part of the town of Cruger.  John was a Democrat but not actively involved.  [In History or Counties of White and Pulaski IN it states John W.  m. Elura A. Seargent, who was b. ca. 1833 in Clermont Co., OH, and that they moved 1st to Woodford Co., and later Coles Co., IL where their son Evan attended school in 1871. ]
1) Walter Orlando Egbert, (Walter Olive) b. 1/5/1855, Bourbon Co., KS, m. 1/12/1887, Mill Creek, Bourbon Co., KS, Nettie S. Turner, d. 1964, Springfield, Greene Co., MO,  both bur. Springfield, MO, emigrated 1887 from NE, to Springfield, Greene Co., MO in 1894

a) Dr. Claude Leonard Egbert, (ca. 1887-1964) d. Branson, Taney Co., MO, m. Opal ---
b) Eulra Egbert (1889-5/1972) b. NE,  d. Joplin, Jasper Co., MO, m. but name unknown
c) Jessie Olive Egbert, (7/1894-1976) b. Springfield, Greene Co., MO, d. Memphis, TN, m. ---Stewart
d) Dell J. Egbert, d. Lawrence Co., MO, bur. Pierce City, Lawrence Co., MO

2) Charles C. Egbert (5/25/1856-3/4/1857)
3) Evan B. Egbert, b. 5/12/1858, b. Woodford Co., IL, he attended school in 1871 in COles Co., IL and later at Mahomet for 3 yrs., then at an academy at Charleston for 1 yr. On returning home he learned the carpenter trade and in 1879 went into hes father's store in Mahomet. From there to college at Bloomington, grad. 1881, becoming his father's bookkeeper. m. 12/21/1881, Lulu Johnson, dau. of James H. and Matilda (Coffman) Johnson. Evan remained with his father until 1/1/1883, when he came to Monon Twp., White Co., IN and opened a hardware and tin store, keeping stoves, pumps, barbed wire, sewing machines etc. , with a reputation of being a good business man.  (from History of Counties White and Pulaski, IN of 1883)
4) Mary Olive Egbert, b. 12/15/1860
5) Albert Lee Egbert, b. 3/29/1863
6) Harry Grant Egbert (10/21/1869-1/11/1941) b. IL, d. Los Angeles, CA, no SSN,  m. but name unknown
7) John Russell Egbert, b. 10/5/1872
b. Elizabeth Egbert, b. 8/23/1835, m. 1/17/1853, Samuel Pangborn (See Pangborn Family Outline)
1) Rebecca Pangborn, b. 1/12/1855, m. 6/11/1874, Walter Spear
2) Walter C. Pangborn, b. 10/20/1858, m. Jennie Metz
3) Flora Pangborn, b. 11/2/1859, m. 11/2/1880, Pollack Davidson
4) Isaac G. Pangborn, b. 11/23/1862, m. 1/12/1887, Appalonia Stilley
c. Andrew Jackson Egbert (5/20/1838-6/19/1839)
d. Moncier J. Egbert (8/15/1840-8/16/1841)
e. Adonieram J. Egbert (6/30/1842-12/21/1847)
f. Alice Malissa Egbert (3/8/1845-4/23/1921) m. 7/20/1864, Lt. Thomas M. Cummings (5/12/1838-1914) b. Eng., d. Champaign, IL
1) Carrie May Cummings, b 5/25/1865
2) Walter Thomas Cummings (10/29/1868-1876)
3) Ida Eliza Cummings (11/28/1870-1947)
4) Vinca E. Cummings, b. 12/12/1873
5) Frank E. Cummings (5/31/1878-1948)
6) Ruth Cummings, b. 2/17/1880, m. Claire F. McLean
a) Helen France McLean, b. 5/26/1903, m. 8/9/1930, Raimon Danron
b) Anita Claire McLean, b. 8/8/1905, m. 8/9/1927, Clarence Willison
c) Louis Albert McLean, b. 3/19/1900, m. Betty Manley
d) Richard Cummings McLean, b. 6/5/1921, m. Beth T. ---
g. Hubert Milton Egbert (Hubbard) (1/12/1850-10/1912) m. 11/2/1873, Emma Weaver (Emmaline) (9/24/1857-3/12/1939) b. IL, d. Lewistown, Fulton Co., IL
1) John Walter Egbert (12/10/1874-5/22/1936) b. Washington, Tazewell Co., IL, d. South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN, bur. Highland Cem., South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN,   m. 4/30/1904, Nettie Jane Kramer, Chicago, Cook Co., IL
2) Nellie Egbert, b. ca. 1877, Washington, Tazewell Co., IL
3) Charles William Egbert (11/18/1878--12/20/1930) b. Washington, Tazewell Co., IL, d. Omaha, Douglas Co., NE, bur. St. Mary’s Cem., Omaha, Douglas Co., NE, m. pre1909, Mamie Josephine Nichols, b. 1884, Omaha, Douglas Co., NE
a) Charles H. Egbert (also listed as Charles W. Egbert) (11/11/1909-7/18/1970) b. Omaha, Douglas Co., NE, d. Orange Co., CA, SSN 545-16-2161 (CA), m. 1940, Las Vegas, NV, Fern Louise McManama, b. 4/10/1912, Omaha, Douglas Co., NE, d. OR
i) Richard Lee Egbert, b. bet. 1940-45, m. Anne Ellen Lessiak (10/23/1943-11/21/1981) b. Los Angeles, CA, d. Glendale, CA, dau. of Louis Frank & Sarah Virginia (Bell) Lessiak, 3 ch., 1 g'ch.
4) Frank Egbert, b. 9/4/1884, Washington, Tazewell Co., IL
h.) Franklin Pierce Egbert (11/22/1853-11/28/1912) m. 1/1/1874, Generva Crayton (3/13/1855-3/27/1929)
1) Luella Denis Egbert, b. 10/17/1874
2) Charles William Egbert, b. 2/2/1877
i. Granville Egbert (by 2nd wife) b. ca. 1874
5. Andrew Jackson Egbert (1813-1883) m. Ann Hicks
a. William W. Egbert (1841-3/1/1863) b. Brown Co., OH, Army of TN, m. ---Davis,  (the date of his death and/or the birth years of his children are wrong, using best information given to me to date)
1) Leo Douglas Egbert, (3/17/1891-4/14/1954) b. WA, d. San Bernardino, CA, no SSN,  m. but name unknown
a) Paul Egbert, b. 1913
2) Anna V. Egbert, b. 2/9/1897
b. Thomas Edward Egbert (1841-1891) (probably the Thomas mustered into 114th Reg., Co. D, 8/11/1862 serving 3 yrs., wounded at Petersburg, VA, 4/2/1865, in hospital when regiment mustered out) m. but name unknown
1) Theodore Baker Egbert, m. Lois Homline
a) Theodore H. Egbert
2) Amanda Egbert
3) Edward Homer Egbert M.D.
c. Samuel Job Egbert, (12/23/1843-12/24/1914) bur. Woodlawn Cem., Ferndale, Whatcom Co., WA, m. but name unknown
1) Leo Douglas Egbert
a) Arthur Egbert, b. 1926
d. Edward Egbert, b. 1848, Brown Co., OH
e. Lewis Egbert (9/20/1851-10/22/1854)
f.  Andrew Jackson Egbert, b. 1856, Brown Co., OH
g.  James Egbert
6. Lewis Job Egbert (4/1815-4/1887) m. twice, 1st – 1/5/1841, Brown Co., OH, Matilda Waterman, 2nd – Anna Hamilton
a. Jerome Egbert
b. Corydon Thomas Egbert, m. but name unknown
c. Solomon Waterman Egbert
d. Annie M. Egbert, m. John Bordette
e. Nellie Lewis Egbert, m. James A. Curry
f. Charles Hamilton Egbert, US Consul
7. Harriet Egbert, m. 7/6/1831, Brown Co., OH, Amos Ellis
a. Emma Laura Ellis, b. 7/5/18--, Metamora, IL, m. twice, 1st – 10/1871, George Kellogg Hazen (12/1/1851-7/7/19--) res Sterling, IL, 2nd – 11/1880, John Beck, d. 1893 (See Hazen Family Outline)
1) Nellie Elizabeth Hazen, b. 11/16/1876, Mahomet, IL, m. 3/18/1896, Fisher, IL, J. Fletcher, b. 3/14/18--, son of Joseph & Alice Fletcher, 2 ch.
8. Gilbert Egbert (12/12/1819-11/2/1889) bur. Metamora Cem., IL
a. Sarah Payne Egbert
b. George Egbert
c. Annie Egbert
d. Lucy Egbert
e. Grace Egbert
f. Alice Egbert
g. Lewis Egbert
C. Sarah M. Egbert (5/5/1783-7/19/1844) b. Cranbury, Middlesex Co., NJ, d. Renrock, Morgan Co., OH, bur. Old Renrock Cem., Renrock, OH, m. twice, 1st – 5/1801, Elizabeth twp. Allegheny Co., PA,  Joseph Paul (1/8/1777-5/22/1805)  killed by Indians in Westmoreland Co., PA,  son of Jacob Paul, b. VA, d. Westmoreland Co., PA,  2 ch., 2nd – 1807, Westmoreland Co., PA, Ezekiel Dye (7/1/1760-7/1/1830) son of John & Mary Dye, b. Cranbury, Monmouth Co., NJ, d. Renrock, Morgan Co., OH (his 2nd m. having 11 ch. by his 1st  m., 2 of these were m. at time of  his 2nd m. and a 3rd m. shortly afterward and 2 others were about to leave the household) 9 ch.(including her step-ch., Sarah had 17 ch. to raise) In 1806 Ezekiel & family, Sarah’s 2 previous ch. included,  moved to OH having a deed from US gov’t. for 2,500 acres in upper reaches of Meigs Creek. There were so many Dyes in the area it was known as Dye Settlement until renamed Renrock. As the story goes, some Indians came to their cabin, begging for food. Sarah gave them some buttermilk to drink. They refused it, thinking it was poison, until Mrs. Dye took a cup & drank some herself.
1. Harriet Paul (1802-after 1850) b. Westmoreland Co., PA, d. Morgan Co., OH, m. 4/3/1821, Morgan Co., OH, John Swank  (6/9/1793-4/1/1852) b. PA, d. Morgan Co., OH, 11 ch.
a. dau. Swank, b. ca 1821-5
b. dau. Swank, b. ca. 1821-5
c. Ezekiel Swank, b. 1826, Manchester, Morgan Co., OH, m. 3/5/1851, Morgan Co., OH, Sarah McBride
d. Rebecca Swank (7/14/1827-11/18/1896) m. 3/5/1840, Levi Dye, son of Ezekiel Dye Jr. ( the g’dau. of Ezekiel Dye’s 2nd wife m. his g’son)
e. Philip Swank (5/3/1829-9/20/1898) b. Brookfield, Morgan Co., OH, d. Nobel Co., OH, m. 9/15/1847, Morgan Co., OH, Hannah Dye (another g’dau. of Sarah’s that m. a grandson of Ezekiel’s)
f. Sarah Swank, b. 1831, OH, m. Vincent Dye  (another g’dau. of Sarah’s that m. a grandson of Ezekiel’s)
g. Forman Morgan Swank, b. 1834, Manchester, Morgan Co., OH
h. Joseph Swank, b. 1836, Manchester, Morgan Co., OH
i. Lucinda Swank, b. 1841, Brookfield, Morgan Co., OH, m. 3/5/1857, Clark Dye (another g’dau. of Sarah’s that m. a grandson of Ezekiel’s)
j. Jacob Swank (1844-1915) b. Manchester, Morgan Co., OH, d. Center, Morgan Co., OH, m. Martha E. ---
2. Jacob Paul (8/9/1803-7/6/1887) b. Westmoreland Co., PA, d. Monon, White Co., IN, m. 9/25/1823, Morgan Co., OH,  Mary Elizabeth Harding
3. James E. Dye (2/1/1808-9/21/1879) b. & d. Morgan Co., OH, bur. Reinersville Cem., Morgan Co., OH, m. 4/4/1835, Morgan Co., OH, Nancy Bell (3/1/1816-3/20/1895) both bur. Reinersville Cem., Morgan Co., OH, 5 ch.
4. Elizabeth Dye (9/4/1809-1/26/1888) b. Morgan Co., OH, d. Reinersville, Morgan Co., OH, m. 6/16/1825, Manchester, Morgan Co., OH, John Maxwell (12/27/1800-4/9/1888) b. VA, d. Manchester, Morgan Co., OH, both bur. Reindersville Cem., Morgan Co., OH, 5 ch.
5. Lewis Dye (1813-9/8/1871) b. Morgan Co., OH, d. Brookfield, Noble Co., OH, m. 1/24/1833, Morgan Co., OH, Susan Merwin (1815-6/11/1899) d. Brookfield, Noble Co., OH, 4 ch.
6. Joseph Dye (1815-9/21/1879) d. Marion twp., Linn Co., IA, m. twice, 1st – 1830, Mehitable Kirkpatrick, 3 ch., 2nd – Miranda Ross
7. Lucinda Dye (1816-2/1/1870) b. Brookfield, Morgan Co., OH, d. Lawrence, Washington Co., OH, m. 12/16/1830, Morgan Co., OH, Samuel Dye, b. 9/24/1908, son of John & Hannah (Hoff) Dye Sr. Samuel spent most of his early life clearing the forest and helping to support his siblings, as his father was of poor health. He was justice of peace 12 yrs. and noted for his impartial disposition, Baptist, serving as deacon 30 yrs., Repub.& worked hard for that party from it’s infancy. Lucinda described as a woman of generous impulses & an affectionate wife & mother,  9 ch.
8. Charlotte Dye (1818-1878) b. Renrock, Morgan Co., OH, d. when a derrick used for butchering beef broke and fatally injured her, bur. Dye Cem., Noble Co., OH., m. 6/8/1834, Noble Co., OH, John Moore (1807-3/11/1882) b. OH, d. Brookfield, Noble Co., OH, but. Old Renrock Cem., Renrock, OH, res. on the site of the original Ezekiel Dye Sr. home south of  Blanchard Creek, a tributary of Dyes Fork. John described as aristocratic country gentleman farmer, corpulent of body, with a sonorous voice, heavy gray beard, an open expressive countenance, never slovenly. He built the 1st 2-story frame house in the community that was so rickety it had to be supported by poles.
9. Morgan Dye (pre-1820-ca. 1830) b. Morgan Co., OH, unmar.
10. Cynthia Dye (pre-1820-ca. 1830) b. Morgan Co., OH, unmar.
11. Furman Dye (2/18/1820-1/27/1903) b. & d. Renrock, Morgan Co., OH, bur. Renrock M.P. Cem., Morgan Co., OH, m. 4/15/1847, Morgan Co., OH, Lucy McElroy (1829-1918) b. OH, d. Renrock, Noble Co., OH, bur. Renrock M.P. Cem., Renrock, OH. Furman started the Renrock General Store, later owned bye Samuel J. Paxton
D. Clarissa Egbert, b. 7/5/1788,  Middlesex Co, NJ, m. twice, 1st - ca. 1804, Mercer Co., PA, Charles Shields, 2nd -7/31/1828, Warren Trumbull Co., OH,  Israel Ruph
E. Charlotte Egbert (12/9/1790-1/8/1875) b. Perrineville, Middlesex Co., NJ, d. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. 5/12/1808, Daniel Perrine (1/5/1778-7/11/1859) b. Perrineville, Monmouth Co., NJ, d. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, bur. Perrine Cem., Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, son of William & Annie (Vance) Perrine (they were m. 1777), brother of Enoch, who came from same area in NJ as Egberts. William served in Rev. War as pvt. in NJ Troopers. Daniel served in War of 1812, 16th div., 1st brig., 132nd reg., Capt. Jas. McIntosh’s Co., PA Mil. settled in Sandy Lake.  Baptists. (See John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
1. John Perrine (5/20/1809-12/18/1875) b.& d. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Margaret Fowler (3/5/1811-10/24/1882) b. Bradley on the Moors,Caversall, England, d. Mercer Co, PA (See Fowler Family Outline)
2. Job Perrine (11/10/1810-3/6/1877) b. & d. Perrine Corners, Mercer Co, PA, m.Mary Slater (8/26/1805-8/6/1881) b. England, d.  Mercer Co, PA (See Slater Family Outline)
3. Mary Perrine (8/13/1812-2/26/1890) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, m. James Barker (11/2/1812-11/2/1894) b. PA, d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA
4. Rebecca Perrine, d. inf. before 1888
5. Rebecca Perrine (2nd) (4/7/1816-5/7/1898) b. Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Mercer Co, PA
6. William Harrison Perrine Sr. (7/16/1817-9/9/1902) b. Perrine Corners, Mercer Co, PA, d. Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. 11/13/1838,Hannah Slater (5/22/1818-8/2/1902) b. England d.  Mercer Co, PA, dau. of George Slater (b. Eng.) 51 g’ch. (5 by 1888) & 3 gg’ch. in 1888. Wesleyan Meth. Church, Zion Cem., Sandy Lake. prosperous farmer & carpenter, member Pymatuning Fire Assurance Co. (See Slater Family Outline)
a. Elizabeth Perrine, m. twice, 1st – Jacob H. Bizler (Bigler?) 2nd – George Harrison
b. William Harrison Perrine, Jr. m. Harriet A. Perrine. He was injured in Civil War & brought home by father & brother to d. a few days later. (See John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
c. George Perrine, was in Civil War with brother William
d. Julia A. Perrine, m. Charles Smith
e. Grace Perrine, d. before 1888
f. Henry Perrine, m. Rhetta Smith
g. James Perrine, m. twice, 1st – Mary Ann Slater (11/5/1853-1/11/1877) 2nd – Olive C. Winnings (2/1/1859-12/25/1889) (See Slater Family Outline)
1) Tillie Mae Perrine (5/1/1876-2/16/1877)
h. Charlotte Perrine, m. Samuel Nicklin (See Nicklin Family Outline)
i. Daniel C. Perrine (1856-1931) m. Alice Buckley (1858-1918) dau. of John & Harriet (Slater) Buckley, bur. Zion Cem., Sandy Lake (See Buckley Family Outline) (See Slater Family Outline)
1) Alfred T. Perrine (1885-1935)
j.) Mary Perrine, m. Peter Griggs
7. Oliver Perry Perrine (10/4/1819-7/21/1890) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Hartford, Trumbull Co, OH, m. Sarah Sophia Bierce  (4/6/1831-8/12/1884) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, d. Hartford, Trumbull Co, OH
8. Lewis Perrine b. 7/16/1821, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Caroline McClosky, b. 7/22/1823
9. Andrew Jackson Perrine (2/14/1823-2/26/1905) b. & d. Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. 10/12/1847, Clarissa Barker (3/29/1827-10/5/1902) b. PA, d.  Mercer Co, PA
a. Mary Jane Perrine
b. Curtis Perrine (8/18/1848-11/13/1878)
c. Rozetta Alice Perrine (7/4/1851-9/4/1929) m. 7/12/1874, James Lyons (1846-1880)
1) Simon Warren Lyons, b. 9/7/1879, member PA SAR #3052, m. Nellie Vere Sherman
10. Samuel North Perrine (3/24/1828-3/10/1902) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, m. twice, 1st - Charlotte Jeanette Bierce (7/9/1833-7/19/1895) b. PA, d.  Mercer Co, PA, 2nd - Margaret Lyttle
11. Elizabeth Perrine (3/28/1834-1/20/1882) b. Mercer Co, PA, m. George L. Slater, b. pre-1821, England d.10/19/1884, Mercer Co, PA (See Slater Family Outline)
F. Ursula Egbert (1/10/1793-1/25/1825) b. Middlesex Co, NJ or Westmoreland Co, PA, d. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. 12/3/1812, Mercer Co., PA, Enoch Perrine (1791-2/26/1873) b. NJ or Westmoreland Co, PA, d.  Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, son of Bennett & Eliza (Rice) Perrine, brother of Daniel Perrine (see John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
1. Hester Perrine (8/31/1813-6/6/1833) b. & d. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA,bur. Perrine Cem., Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA,  m. 4/14/1829, Robert Jobe, Jr, b.12/5/1801, Allegheny Co, PA (See Job Family Outline) (See John & Catharine Perrine Family Outline)
2. Jesse Moore Perrine (9/7/1814-3/2/1904) b. Perrine Corners, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Oil City, Venango Co, PA, postmaster of Utica, Mercer Co., PA, m. Margaret Ann Armstrong (2/13/1817-2/23/1904) b. Little Neck, Queens Co, NY, d. Oil City Venango Co, PA, both bur. Millcreek Cem., Venango Co., PA, 11 ch., listed (See John & Catharine Perrine Family Outline)
3. Letitia Perrine (3/13/1816-2/4/1902) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. Henderson, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Hiram S. Armstrong (12/28/1814-11/26/1889) b. Schenectady Co, NY, d.  Henderson, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, both bur. Henderson Cem., Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, 4 ch. listed (See John & Catharine Perrine Family Outline)
4. William Perrine (11/19/1817-10/12/1821) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA
5. Isaac Perrine (3/18/1819-12/7/1902) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Raymilton, Mineral Twp, Venango Co, PA, m. Mary Augusta Sweat (4/11/1824-2/24/1905) b. Trumbull Co, OH d.  Raymilton, Mineral Twp, Venango Co, PA, both bur. Center Meth. Church Cem., Venango Co., PA, 15 ch. listed. (See John & Catharine Perrine Family Outline)
6. Elizabeth Perrine (3/26/1821-1896) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. PA, m. William Newbold (12/6/1824-1903) b. Allegheny Co, PA, d.  PA
7. Enoch Perrine, Jr (1/4/1823-11/19/1863) b. Perrine Corners, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Catherine Calpus (9/28/1824-11/5/1897) b. Alder Borough, Yorkshire, England, d.  Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA (See John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
G. Elizabeth Egbert (4/15/1796-12/30/1879) b. Elizabeth, PA (town named after her, as she was said to be the first child born there) d. Pymatuning twp., PA, m. 3/20/1817, Nathaniel Hazen (7/30/1781-4/22/1850) b. Sussex Co., NJ, d. Hickory twp., Mercer Co., PA, (his 2nd m.) son of Nathaniel Hazen, bur. Sharon, Mercer CO., PA (See Hazen Family Outline)
1. John D. Hazen, b. 7/8/1809, Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. Mary Budd, b. 1809, 5 ch.(Elizabeth’s step-son, Nathaniel’s son by 1st spouse)

a. William Budd Hazen (1824-1899) Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. Martha McCracken (1828-1901)
b. Selina Hazen, b. 1833, Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA
c. Adelaide Elizabeth Hazen, b. 1842, Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA
d. Budd Hazen, b. 1840, Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA
e. Emma N. Hazen, b. 1842, Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA

2. Sophronia Hazen (12/15/1817-12/31/1865) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. West Springfield, Erie Co, PA, m. 6/26/1834, Sharon, Mercer Co., PA,  George McKean (1/8/1812-3/15/1866) b. Greenville, Mercer Co, PA, d. West Springfield, Erie Co, PA, 12 known ch.

a. Nathaniel Hazen McKean (9/6/1835-7/8/1906) d. Grundy Co., IA
b. Sarah E. McKean, b. 1/17/1837, m. Samson Needham
c. Adamson Egbert McKean, b. 1/15/1840, m. 7/5/1864, Greenville, PA, Mary Keith, b. 4/19/1840, Huntingdon, PA, dau. of Michael & Susannah (Young) Keith
e. Elizabeth McKean, b. 7/29/1842
f. Harriet McKean, b. 2/24/1844, Otter Creek Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. 6/30/1864, West Springfield, Erie Co., PA, William Gibson Hill, b. 1/16/1834, Mercer Co., PA, son of Allen & Margaret (McElheny) Hill
g. Leander McKean (2/25/1846-7/2/1847) Greenville, PA
h. Sophronia McKean (5/15/1849-1/22/1866)
i. Mary Jane McKean, b. 2/15/1851
j. Harpolissa McKean, b. 2/17/1853, m. Emmanuel Kyle
k. Alonzo George MeKean, b. 8/12/1855, m. Charlotte Helen Paine, b. 6/26/1859, dau. of Stephen Marvin & Eliza (McKean) Paine
l. Sylvester Ellsworth McKean, b. 9/14/1860, Leech's Corners, Mercer Co., PA, m. 8/31/1882, Raymiton, Venango Co., PA, Mary Jane Smith, b. 2/12/1847, Booker's Corners, Mercer Co., PA


3. Adamson Bently Hazen (8/25/1819-10/23/1876) b.& d.  Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. 10/28/1844, Sheakleyville, Mercer Co., PA, Adaline E. Ferguson (4/22/1828-8/12/1896) b. Sheakleyville, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, 11 known ch.
4. Zibe Hazen (6/16/1821-10/23/1876) b. & d.  Sharpsville, Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Milcah Perrine (9/29/1822-1/7/1897) b. Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Sharpsville, Mercer Co, PA, 5 known ch. (See John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
5. Cyrus Newton Hazen (5/29/1823-4/5/1861) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  Cordova, Rock Island Co, IL, m. Ann Hull, 6 known ch.
6. Ursula Hazen (9/19/1825-4/5/1861) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. Pymatuming Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Henry Clark (9/19/1825-1/18/1900) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. Pymatuming Twp, Mercer Co, PA, 8 known ch.
7. Louisa Hazen (2/28/1829-7/3/1906) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d. Millbrook, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Peter R. Wilson (9/19/1823-7/29/1887) b. & d. Millbrook, Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, 3 known ch (See Wilson Family Outline)
8. Harpolissa Egbert Hazen (9/22/1833-11/26/1903) b. Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, d.  New Brighton, Beaver Co, PA, m. twice, 1st - Thomas Taylor (9/8/1824-11/20/1854) d. Clarksville, Pymatuning Twp, Mercer Co, PA, 2nd - Seth Fruit (5/21/1831-5/15/1903) b. & d. Clarksville, Pymatuning Twp, Mercer Co, PA, 6 known ch
9. Charlotte Hazen, b. 2/25/1835, Hickory Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Jacob P. Phillips, b. 8/6/1833, Allegheny Co, PA, 2 known ch.


H. Lewis Egbert (5/17/1798-9/2/1871) b. Elizabeth, PA, d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, m. 12/16/1819, Belmont, OH, Aseneth Nixon (6/9/1801-3/24/1882) b. near Bellaire, Belmont Co., OH, d. Sandy Lake, dau. of John & Nancy (Pettit) Nixon of Perrines Corners, Worth twp, Mercer Co., PA. Lewis 1st met Aseneth on her father’s farm near what became Bellaire, OH, across the Ohio River from Wheeling, WV, when he assisted his brother, Job and family, in move to Georgetown, OH. Either on his way down the river, or on his return on foot, finding the Nixon home a welcome & hospitable place. John & Nancy Nixon of Belmont, OH came from Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA about the time William Egbert moved from NJ to the forks. Lewis was a slender & not very tall man. d. of arteriosclerosis. Seneca Egbert spent summers on the farm with his g’mother, Aseneth, who he described as ‘quality’. She had 98 descendents at her d. Lewis was a community leader & independent thinker. He was one of the 4 men in the Co. to vote for Fremont for Pres. in 1856. He was ed. in old log schoolhouse then laborer on father’s farm. Became justice of the peace, director fo the poor, was Whig and later Repub., & strong anti-slavery. Aseneth was one of eldest residents of Mercer Co. at her d. at 81 yrs. She had 3 sisters, one named Love, one m. a Zane who helped found Zanesville, OH & was g’mother of Zane Grey, and one who m. a Grey. both bur. Zion Cem., Sandy Lake. (See Story Section) (See Zane Family Outline) (See Love Family Outline)

1. Nancy Egbert (10/22/1820-5/21/1865) b. PA, d. Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. 6/8/1841, Sandy Lake, Sampson Wright (12/5/1814-3/28/1880) brother of Thomas & Stephen Wright, b. Eng. & migrated to Mercer Co. in early days. occ. farmer, had 300 acres at his d., Repub., Sampson remar.Harriet Buckley (2/12/1826-2/17/1896) wid. of John Buckley, dau. of Luke & Alice (Matkins) Slater. 1 ch. by her, all 3 bur. Zion Cem., Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, 5 sons & 6 dau. by Nancy. all survived to maturity. (See Wright Family Outline) (See Buckley Family Outline) (See Slater Family Outline)
2. Edwin Egbert (2/14/1822-9/11/1897) m. twice, 1st – 1847, Milcah Grace (1825-1855) b. Millbrook Twp., Mercer Co., PA, d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, dau. of Bennett Grace, 2 ch., 2nd – Ruth Sophia Dorchester (11/2/1835- post1880) b. PA, d.  Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA,  bur. Oakhill Cem., Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, dau. of M.C. & Nancy (Tuttle) Dorchester. M.C. was from CN. Ruth was raised by Tuttle g’parents in Mercer Co., her parents d. when she was 4., 13 ch., Edwin ed. public schools, settled on farm near, but not adjoining Lewis’ farm. Repub., 1st class leader of Sandy Lake M.E. Church, all ch. b. in Sandy Lake twp. (See Grace Family Outline)
a. Rufus Alvin Egbert M.D., b. 2/4/1849, practiced in Bradford, PA, m. 4/14/1881,  Eva O. Howe, b. 8/18/1852, Neilsburg, Venango Co., PA, dau. of Henry F. Howe. res. Custer City, PA, 1907. Edwin was ed. public schools & until 20 remained on farm, studied med. 2 yres in Oil City, PA & in 1871 entered med. school of MI Univ. at Ann Arbor, grad. 1875 as M.D., practiced Oil City 1 yr. & moved to McKean Co., PA, 1st Red Rock & then Bradford, in 1907 moved to Custer City. Repub. member of Universalist Church, member Tent #12, Knights of the Maccabees, Knight of Pythias, & Protected Home Circle of Derrick City, PA Eva ed. public schools of Penn Yan Yates Co., NY & Livingston Park Sem. of Rochester, NY, member of Ladies Political Equality Club & Protected Home Circle. (See Howe Family Outline)
b. Nancy J. Egbert (1851-1946) d. Oil City, PA, m. J.J. Wasson (prof.) (1846-1882) from Meadville, PA, res. Oil City , PA
1) Thaddeus Wasson, b. 1877, d. after 1959
2) Grace Wasson, b. 2/12/1879, m. Joseph Williams, of Smithport, res. Detroit, MI, carburator manufacturer
(a) Candace Williams, b. 1903
3) Ralph Wasson, b. 1881, moved to OK, in oil business
c. Lillian E. Egbert, (Lily)(9/27/1857-12/9/1940) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Crawford Co., PA,   bur. Methodist Cem., Conneautville Boro., PA, (also said to be bur. Meth. Home Cem., Sumerhill Twp., Crawford Co., PA) unmar.
d. Lucy Istaline Egbert (8/31/1859-1/31/1947)b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Meth. Home Cem., Sumerhill Twp., Crawford Co., PA, m. ---Buys
e. Newton Sylvester Egbert, (1861-1884) d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, unmar.
f. Mark Russell Egbert, b. 1/9/1863
g. Ezra Milton Egbert, b. 12/25/1864
h. Milo Washington Egbert (2/22/1867-5/23/1957) d. Charleston, WV, m. Mary Canon
i. Elizabeth Mae Egbert, (Lizzie) (6/22/1868-1/14/1939) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Crawford Co., PA, bur. Methodist Cem., Conneautville Boro., PA (or Sumerhill Twp., Crawford Co., PA) unmar.
j. Prudence Allen Egbert, b. 10/19/1870
k. Arthur Clark Egbert, b. 10/18/1879, m. but name unknown
1) Judson Egbert, (Judd) (twin)
2) Victor Egbert (Vick) (twin)
l. Lewis Hubert Egbert, b. 3/20/1875
m) Edwin Judd Egbert (ca. 1877-1937) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA
1) Arthur Egbert
2) Chester Egbert
3) Elizabeth Egbert
4) Ezra Egbert
5) Lewis Egbert
6) Lillian Egbert
7) Lucy Egbert
8) Mark Egbert
9) Newton Egbert
10) Prudence Egbert
11) Milo Glenn Egbert (1893-1908) b. & d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA
12) Ruby Egbert, b. 11/12/1902
n. Benjamin Victor Egbert (9/20/1877-10/3/1945) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Denver, CO, m. 1898, Elizabeth May McConnell (1876-1950) b. Engelwood, CO, d. Littleton, CO
1) Cecil Calvin Egbert (4/18/1901-6/13/1994) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA., d. Denver, CO., SSN 521-28-0164 (CO) lr. 80219 (Denver, Adams Co., CO) m. 6/14/1922, Denver, CO., Fern D. Schofield (11/1/1903-3/1988) b. Longmont, CO., d. Denver, CO.
a) Harold Boyd Egbert, b. 1923, CO
b) Viola May Egbert, b. 11/3/1925, CO
c) Donald Lee Egbert, b. 1928, CO
2) Hazel Egbert, b. 2/11/1907, PA, m. Elmer Kellogg, b. 5/1907
o. Chester Egbert
3. John Nixon Egbert (12/2/1823-1898) m. 4/2/1846, Ann Fowler (6/3/1824-post1889), b. Caversall, Eng., d. Mercer Co., PA, dau. of William & Mary Fowler. settled on farm,near but not adjoining Lewis’ farm in Sandy Lake. (See Fowler Family Outline) (See John Nixon Egbert Family Outline)
4. Justice Egbert (Justus) (8/18/1825-7/12/1880) b. & d. Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA, m. Eliza Ann Hunter, (1829-1898) b. & d. Sandy Lake Twp, Mercer Co, PA, both d. where son, James res. in 1910’s. Demo. Cumberland Presby. Church of Sandy Lake. (a grandson of Lewis & namesake of Justice was engaged in business in London, Eng.) 7 ch.
a. Joseph A. Egbert (1849-1885) m. Pittsburgh, PA (or Pleasantville, PA) Margaret Newton (1854-1/7/1943) b. Glasgow, Scot., d. PA, both bur. Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, PA. d. of heart attack. At her d. she had 9 g’ch., & 9 gg’ch. From 1884-1907 she res. Pleasantville, PA then moved to 618 E. Walnut St., Titusville, PA. Joseph had a marble shop.
1) Archibald N. Egbert (7/9/1874-4/5/1939) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Titusville, Crawford Co., PA, m. 1/25/1911, Lelia Benedict (survived spouse) he was employed at Titusville Traction Co., ca. 1918-193? employed  Tidewater Assoc. Oil Co. in OK, returned to Titusville due to illness 2yrs. prior to d., Presby., Fairview Cem., Pleasantville, PA.
a) Joseph B. Egbert (12/30/1911-6/29/1989) res. Drumright, OK, lr 74105 (Tulsa, Tulsa, OK) SS#443-03-5852 (OK)
2) Alice E. Egbert (1878-1952) unmar., occ. school principal, Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, PA, bur. Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA
3) Justus Egbert (8/18/1835?-7/12/1880) m. but name unknown, res. Buffalo, NY at one time
a) Jack Egbert
b) Margaret Egbert
c) Alice Egbert
4) Grace Egbert m. H.E. Stoeltzing of Jamaica, NY
b. Margaret Egbert, b. 1850, m. Isaac Dight, son of Richard & Matilda (Downs) Dight (she dau. of Isaac Downs), g’son of John & Margaret Dight, res. near Sheakleyville, PA in 1888
c. Samuel Luke Egbert (9/2/1852-1932) b. & d. Mercer Co., PA,  m. 9/5/1878, Rebaccah Jane Thompson (Jennie) (1853-1936) dau. of Rev. William & Mary (Kemm) Thompson of Lake twp., Mercer Co., PA. Her brother, Edward W. Thompson, m. Georgie Ella Giebner. Samuel was farmer with 122 acres, Demo., member Cumberland Presby. Church, both bur. Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, PA (See Giebner Family Outline)
1) Anna M. Egbert (7/6/1883-1963) b. & d. Mercer Co., PA,  m. Carl Clyde Wygal (1884-1962) cousin of Walter Wygal, Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, PA
a) Miriam Wygal (1920-1932) bur. Oak Hill Cem, Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA
2) Joseph Thaddeus Egbert (7/12/1886-1951) b.& d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, bur. Shenango Valley Cem., Greenville, Mercer Co., PA, served in WWI
3) Ethel Egbert (9/1893-4/1921) m. Clarence Daniel Moore (3/15/1896-4/4/1978) Portersville, PA.
a) dau. Moore, m. ---Porter
b) Dorothy Jean Moore (12/11/1920-6/24/2001) b. New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA, d. Grove City, PA, m. --- Miller
i) dau. --- Miller
d. Rhodan Egbert (1854-1897) m. Rosabelle Jones (Rose) (1857-1946) d. Mercer Co., PA
1) George Egbert
2) Inez Egbert, b. 1878, Sandy Lake Twp., Mercer Co., PA
3) Jessie Egbert, (5/24/1879-10/16/1941) m. Oliver Scott Veth (or Vath) (aka Seth) (4/13/1880-1957) bur. Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake Twp., Mercer Co., PA (From a family letter it was stated that both d. in a trailer fire, d. dates need checking) (See John & Catherine Perrine Family Outline)
4) Hazel Egbert, b. 1883, Sandy Lake Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. ---Cole
5) Mildred Egbert
6) Jay Egbert, m. ---Polk
e. Frank Egbert (1861-1938) Sandy Lake Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. Eva Russell (1863-1924)b. New Vernon Twp., Mercer Co., PA, d. Mercer Co., PA
1) Russell Egbert (1887-1910)
f. Anglice Brutus Egbert (1866-1940) b. & d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, m. twice, 1st - Clara Elpha Mitchell, 2nd - Emma Swartz (also have information indicating an Anglice B. Egbert  m.  1st - ---Lutton, suffocated in car, & 2nd – Emma E. Lutton (1872-1946) both bur. Oak Hill Cem., Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA.)
1) Helen Clare Egbert (11/19/1890-1969) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Meadville, Crawford Co., PA, both bur. Perry Chapel, New Vernon Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. Thomas Hugh Lackey (6/12/1886-3/14/1962) b. Clarks Mills, New Vernon Twp., Mercer Co., PA, d, Meadville, Crawford Co., PA, son of  Franklin Elmer & Margaret Elizabeth (Canon) Lackey (See Hazen Family Outline)
2) Mamie Egbert
3) inf. d. 1894
g. Warren Egbert (11/25/1866-4/1908) m. but name unknown,( 2/1887-1912) coal mines of Sandy Lake
h. James Egbert
i. Mary Egbert, b. 1869, Sandy lake, Mercer Co., PA
5. Albert George Egbert, M.D. (4/13/1828-3/28/1896) (some records show his middle name to be Gallatin, immediate descendents say it is George) b. Sandy Lake, d. at home, South Park St., Franklin, PA, m. 10/17/1860, Eliza Phipps (10/19/1835-7/9/1925) b. Clintonville, Venango Co, PA, d. Franklin, Venango Co, PA, dau. of Samuel & Amelia (Halyday) Phipps, bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, Venango Co., PA (See Story Section) (See Phipps Family Outline) (See Halyday Family Outline)
a. Harriet Jane Egbert (1861-1863) (Hattie) removed from Perrines Corners Cem. & interred in Franklin Cem. 4/4/1904
b. Seneca Egbert, M.D. (2/17/1863-12/13/1939) b. Franklin, Venango Co., PA, bur. Arlington Dem., Del. Co., PA ( in New York Times) m. 9/26/1888, Nancy McClellan Bredin, (NY Times has name as Nancy McClellan Boldin) d. 5/6/1924, dau. of Stephen Lowery Collins & Catharine (Sloan) Bredin M.D. of Franklin, PA, her siblings; George, Christine, Katharine, & Rae Sloan Bredin. Rae Sloan Bredin was a member of the New Hope Circle of American Impressionists. His portrait of Seneca Egbert was painted for the Univ. of PA and hangs in home of David Sparks. There are a number of his works in the Metropolitan in NY. Nancy Bredin’s g’grandfather was George McClelland, innkeeper & sometime editor of an early Franklin newspaper, granddau. of Judge John Bredin of Butler, PA. Seneca ed. public schools of Franklin, Philadelphia Academy of Andover, MA, Princeton Univ., 1884 grad., Univ. of PA med. school grad., in 1898 dean of med school of Univ. of PA, Maj. in medical officers reserve corp of the Army, also taught at Drexel Institute, author of  “Manual of Hygiene & Sanitation” (5 eds.) worked on family history, d. Philadelphia, bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, PA. (See Story Section)
1) Albert Victor Egbert, M.D. (7/21/1889-12/22/1965) res. Philadelphia, PA, unmar., artist
2) Catherine Bredin Egbert, b. 5/12/1891, m. Severn Arthur Sparks, b. in Kansas City, MO, as Arthur Severn Sparks, d. 1963, his Chicago relatives called him ‘Uncle Art’, res. Media, PA
a) Dorothy Sparks, b. 7/11/1919, m. in Salzburg, Austria, 12/18/1951, Irvin Alton Grubbs, (Joe) Joe was a leaf col. in the tank corps in Europe and Dorothy was a WAC capt. Dorothy res. in 1998 Lebanon, NH
i) Irvin Alton Grubbs, Jr., b. 7/18/1953, Ft. Riley, KS
ii) Stephen Jeffrey Grubbs, b. 11/29/1955, in Tokyo at US military hospital
b) Dr. David Egbert Sparks, b. 6/12/1921, m. 8/21/1948, Mary Elizabeth Reidy, res. South Bend, IN, retired head of libraries at Notre Dame Univ., works on family history (See Story Section)  (See William Egbert Family Historical Background)
i) David Gregory Sparks, b. 9/10/1949, m. Paula Ardath Lawrence. he is senior VP Providence Hosp. in Washington & in May, 1998 testified before a committee of Congress on medical insurance fraud
ii) George Francis Sparks, b. 2/11/1951, m. Mary Breslin. he is comptroller & VP of a firm in Chicago, 2 ch.
iii) Elizabeth Mary Sparks, b. 7/20/1952, (Eliza or Eli) m. Robert George Panciera. She is an artist and school teacher, res. Ashford, CT
iv) John Peter Sparks, b. 12/26/1953, m. Virginia McCuisten West, he is in sales dept. of Kendallville, IN manufacturing co., 2 ch.
v) Michael Severn Sparks, b. 9/23/1956, now d., m. Gail Marie Marvin, res. Traverse City, MI, 2 ch.
vi) Joseph Matthew Sparks, b. 11/3/1958, m. Bridget Hayes. he works in student accounts at Colorado State Univ. at Fort Collins, CO, Bridget is half Cherokee. Joshua takes care of his Cherokee g’mother who lives near them and is learning about his native Amer. heritage., 1 ch.
c. Bertric Egbert (1/5/1865-5/1917) d. due to stomach trouble at sister’s (Bessie) home, res. Franklin & then Ridley Park, PA, grad. of Princeton, 1886, m. 4/9/1895, Clara May Irwin, d. 7/29/1944, dau. of Richard L. & Nancy B. (Eaton) Irwin. g’niece of Dr. S.M. Eaton, pastor of Franklin Presby. Church. Clara res. Churchville, NY after d. of spouse. bur. Franklin Cem., oil producer, Presby. (See Story Section)
1) Helen Egbert, b. 11/10/1891, m. 6/26/1925, Earle F. Wingate, res. Essex Junction, VT
a) Earle Wingate, Jr., b. 7/21/1926, m. 8/21/1952, Joan Steinmetz, res. Essex Junction, VT
i) Earle Wingate, III, b. 2/25/1956, is an administrative law judge, & res. in suburb of Manchester, NH, sitting at court in Concord, NH
ii) Karen Marr Wingate, b. 10/5/1957, res. Burlington, VT
iii) Mary Elizabeth Wingate, b. 9/12/1959, res. Burlington, VT
b) Bertric Egbert Wingate, b. 8/9/1932, m. 8/31/1957, Joan Kienast, res. Essex Junction, VT
i) Sharon Helanne Wingate, b. 6/9/1958
ii) Susan Louise Wingate, b. 9/8/1960
iii) Sandra Phipps Wingate, b. 11/30/1961
iv) John Kienast Wingate, b. 1965
d. Katie Love Egbert (9/14/1866-5/15/1872) b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA, named for sister of Aseneth N. Egbert, bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, PA
e. L. Evelyn Egbert (J. Evelyn) (Eva) (1869-6/15/1942)b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA,  unmar., bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, PA (See Story Section)
f. Albert Egbert, Jr. (Brick) (4/20/1870-6/28/1927) grad. of Princeton, occ. engineer, unmar., also musician with “Rotary Club Boys”, d. of pneumonia (See Story Section)
g. Eliza Egbert (Bessie) (1/8/1872-1/11/1922) b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA, m. Charles L. Holmes, he survived wife, res. Waterbury, CT(See Story Section)
1) Frederic T. Holmes, b. 2/6/1904, m. 6/16/1934, Amy Hale, res. Denver, CO in 1965
a) Jane Holmes, b. 11/10/1935, m. 5/16/1959, Robert Willhaer, 2 ch.
b) Jane Holmes, d. before 1922
h. Ernest Richard Egbert (Dick) (1874-2/4/1897) b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA,  grad. of Princeton, unmar., looked after coal interests of the estate, d. of pneumonia, bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, PA
i. Amelia Egbert (9/15/1875-12/5/1875) b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA, d. while A.G. was in Congress, she was sick only 2 days, bur. Franklin Cem., Franklin, PA
j. Aseneth Egbert, b. 1875, d. inf., probably twin of Amelia, b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA,
k. Mabel Egbert (7/20/1879-10/16/1965) b. & d. Franklin, Venango Co., PA, res. Franklin, PA, occ. librarian in Pittsburgh & Philadelphia, unmar., had interest in & looked after father’s parks & library in Franklin (See Story Section)
6. Prudence Egbert (6/15/1830-12/13/1900) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA,  m. 4/2/1857, John B. Lamb, (1831-1893) b. & d. Worth Twp, Mercer Co, PA, of Sandy Lake, PA (a farmer in one source & a M.D. in another)
a. George Lamb, b. ca. 1858, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. but name unknown
1) Mary Lamb, m. ---Harold, M.D.
b. Charles Lamb, b. ca. 1858, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA
c. Laurena Lamb, (Rena) b. ca. 1862, m. Thomas Porter (See Porter Family Outline)
d. Henry G. Lamb, M.D., b. ca. 1864, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA
e. Edna Lamb, b. ca. 9/1869, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA
f. Edwin Lamb, M.D., b. ca. 1880, Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA
g. Jemima Lamb (ca. 1885-1964) b. Worth Twp., Mercer Co., PA, m. George Johnstone (1879-1954) d. Mercer Co., PA, served WWI
1) George Johnstone, Jr. (1911-1969) b. & d. Mercer Co., PA
7. Patience Egbert (6/17/1832-7/2/1905) Sandy Lake, m. William Harris Clawson Jr., (1/1/1836-1910) b. OH, d.  Mercer Co, PA, son of William H. & Melinda (Hummison) Clawson. He early learned tannery trade til it burned when he was 26 then a farmer & butcher. They took over conduct of old homestead & farm after Lewis’ illness incapacitated him & later owned it. (See Clawson Family Outline)
a.  Andrew Martin Clawson, (1860-1918) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, m. Ida McElrath, dau. of A.H. McElrath & sister of J.B. McElrath M.D., no ch.
b. Lucy Clawson (6/1869-2/1959) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, m. twice, 1st – Thomas Hogue M.D., d. 1930, of Freedonia, PA, 2nd – Frank McConnell of Mercer Co., PA, d. 1942, no ch.
8. Harriet Jane Egbert (10/19/1834-9/3/1855) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, m. 1854, James Coleman, d. before 1910’s, she d. in childbearing.
a. Jane Coleman (9/3/1855-9/3/1855) twin
b. Harriet Coleman (9/3/1855-1929) twin (often called Harriet Egbert because she was raised by her g’parents) m. twice, 1st – William Devore Stephenson, editor of the Titusville Herald, 2nd – Thomas Gillespie
1) Sarah Devore Stevenson (1/3/1876-5/13/1963) m. 6/7/1906, John Orr
a) Harriet Padden Orr, b. 8/18/1907, m. 9/18/1943, Lou Nesslebush
i) Martha Nesslebush, b. 7/3/1945
b) Robert Stevenson Orr
2) Edgar Taft Stephenson (10/1/1878-12/6/1956) m. twice, 1st – 6/28/1907, Fern Frick Braddock, 2nd – Hazel Yannery Wilson (or Yannery Downs?). He was editor of Titusville Herald.
a) James Braddock Stephenson, b. 3/24/1911, m. 4/14/1933, Katharine Haskell
i) James Braddock Stephenson Jr., b. 3/11/1940
b) William Devore Stephenson, b. 5/23/1916, m. 5/3/1941, Martha Seep Fleming, 4 ch.
3) Mary Mowery Stephenson (1879-1914)
4) Harry T. Stephenson (1883-1920) unmar.
9. Thaddeus Warsaw Egbert, M.D. (8/9/1836-2/22/1884) b. & d. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, practiced Oil City, PA, bur. Grove Hill Cem., Oil City, Venango Co., PA, m. 3 times, 1st – Ruth McClure, d. 5/11/1865, dau. of James & Hannah (Gamble) McClure, 1 ch., 2nd – 4/14/1865, Nancy Clinger (2/23/1839-6/29/1879) b. Venango Co, PA, d. Oil City, Venango Co, PA, bur. Grove Hill Cem., Oil City, Venango Co., PA, 3 ch., 3rd – 1881, Martha Ellen Clinger (Ella), (4/23/1850-2/4/1894) b. Franklin, Venango Co, PA, d.  Oil City, Venango Co, PA, bur. Grove Hill Cem., Oil City, Venango Co., PA,  (Nancy’s sister) 1 ch. (they also had a sister named Frances, of E. Orange) He was only one of the 3 brothers who became doctors to continue practice til his death.
a. William C. Egbert (5/11/1865-5/17/1865)
b. Charles Egbert, (Corly) b. 1/22/1867, Oil City, Venango Co., PA, m. Marie Frazier
1) John Frazier Egbert (1/23/1902-8/1978) lr. 08055 (Marlton, Burlington, NJ) SS# 194-09-6727 (PA) m. Margaret Mary McRoberts (7/29/1902-1/1977) lr. 08055 (Marlton, Burlington, NJ) SS# 139-30-0469 (NJ)
a) Frances Mary Egbert, b. 5/8/1940, m. 6/3/1962, Nikolaos Moraytis
i) John Louis Moraytis, b. 10/3/1963, Port Lyantry, Morocco
c. Martha Aseneth Egbert (Minnie) (2/1/1873-3/14/1895)bur. Grove Hill Cem., Oil City, Venango Co., PA
d. Frederick G. Egbert (Fred)(2/1/1873-3/14/1895) b. Oil City, Venango Co., PA,  res. Pittsburgh, PA
e. Nancy Geraldine Egbert, (Nannie) b. 10/2/1882, Oil City, Venango Co., PA, m. 9/26/1917, Harvey H. Hilton, (Harve) d. 12/22/1949, no ch., res. Glendale, CA, Nancy still living in 1959
10. Milton Cooper Egbert M.D. (5/18/1838-5/25/1920) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co., PA, d. Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, m. 11/11/1863, Emma Brower Taft (9/16/1846-8/27/1936) half sister of Charles E. Taft. (8 gen. removed from Pres. Taft) (See Story Section)
a.Henry Taft Egbert (10/27/1864-5/7/1925) m. 6/7/1898, Frances Tonkin, of Oil City, PA, d. 1/28/1966
1) Margaret Egbert (12/20/1899-8/14/1999)  m. 6/19/1926, John Stanley Thompson, res. Claverick, NY.  (See Story Section)
a) John Henry Thompson, b. 11/2/1927, m. 11/25/1961, Jean Gordon Sullivan
i) John Gordon Thompson, b. 4/21/1963
ii) Winifred Elaine Thompson, b. 12/30/1964
b) Frederick Egbert Thompson, b. 3/13/1929, m. 9/3/1960, Roberta Kahn
i) Barbara Ann Thompson
c) Gustavus Whyte Thompson,II, b. 8/11/1930, m. 10/26/1957, Hildegard Sievers, of Claverack, NY
i) Stanley Owen Thompson, b. 8/19/1958
ii) Frederick Sievers Thompson (11/29/1959- pre1999)
iii) William Lee Thompson, b. 3/11/1963
iv) Karl Barnett Thompson, b. 9/28/1966
d) Frances Ann Thompson, b. 4/7/1932, m. 8/3/1957, Alfred Matthew Wedd, Jr., of Longboat Key, FL
i) Andrew Barn Wedd, b. 8/4/1958
ii) John Thompson Wedd, b. 8/14/1959
iii) Alfred Matthew Wedd, 3rd, b. 11/2/1963
e) Margaret Mary Thompson, b. 10/5/1934, m. 6/30/1956, John P. Meyer, of Mechanicsville, VA
i) Katharine Ann Meyer, b. 8/8/1960
ii) Mary Elizabeth Meyer, b. 10/8/1963
iii) William Henry Meyer, b. 9/25/1964
iv) Sarah Frances Meyer, b. 11/5/1965
2) Winifred Emma Egbert (5/1/1902- pre1999) m. 9/6/1941, Robert Lewis Browne. She  worked on family history
3) Mary Barnett Egbert (Polly) b. 3/12/1910, d. pre1999, m. 7/231/1934, Lee Robinson Forker. He wrote a biography of M.C. Egbert in 1985
b. Victor Edgar Egbert (1874-1920) unmar.
11. Lewis F. Egbert, Jr. (9/11/1840-10/31/1906) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, d. Bradford, PA, in Civil War he served in Co. B, 104th PA Vol., in Battles of Chancellorsville & Gettysburg, seriously wounded at Gettysburg with prolonged recovery & disability, discharged on surgeon’s certif.. 4/20/1864, m. bet. 1866-8,  Mary A. King (12/8/1848-1917) b. Auburn, NY, d. Bradford, McKean Co., PA. He was engaged in the oil business for a time but last 15 yrs. in business in Bradford, PA & was alderman in Bradford, PA
a. Clarence L. Egbert (1/13/1869-1933) b. Bradford, McKean Co., PA,  m. Anna Montrose Fox (1874-1923)
1) John Robert Egbert (or John Lewis?) (9/21/1913-6/1981) lr, 33852 (Lake Placid, Highlands, FL) SS# 229-10-6378 (VA) m. Louise Nash
a) John Clarence Egbert, b. 1/6/1938
i) Elizabeth Ann Egbert
b) James Egbert, b. 1/22/1943
c) Lewis Eugene Egbert, b. 5/1/1945
d) Jane Ann Egbert, b. 5/10/1951
e) Mary Katharine Egbert, b. 9/6/1955
b. Walter K. Egbert (1872-1930’s)b. Bradford, McKean Co., PA, m. Grace Parker, res. Bradford, PA
c. William T. Egbert (Willie) b. Bradford, McKean Co., PA, m. Lulu Treadwell Crane (12/23/1874-6/18/1952)
1) Montrose Fox Egbert (9/15/1897-2/1970) lr. 53140, SS# 068-05-5248 (NY)
2) Miriam R. Egbert (or Emma Marion) b. 6/13/1899, m. Edwin March (or Edward?)
a) Gloria Ann Egbert, b. 12/11/1925, m. 11/25/1944, Dr. William Fraser, b. 4/5/1920, 3 ch.
12. Aseneth Geraldine Egbert (Sis) (4/6/1842-1/30/1908) b. Sandy Lake, Mercer Co, PA, d. at home on Pearl Ave., Oil City, Venango Co., PA, artist & teacher in Mercer Co., devoted herself to her mother during her declining yrs.
13. Lovina E. Egbert (Vine) (8/3/1844-after 1910’s) (13th ch. of 13 ch.) m. shortly after Civil War in which he served with distinction, Charles Edgar Taft, b. 1810, NY, d. post-1906, Oil City, Venango Co., PA, half brother of Emma Taft Egbert, of presidential family (8 generations removed from Pres. Taft) He was in oil business with her brothers. res. Oil City, PA, 1906.
a William Sill Taft, m. Dottiere Pennington
1) Dottiere Taft (Dot) b. 6/1890, m. Bert Thompson, of Franklin, PA
 
 

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