Roger Larsen1

M, b. 1952, d. 1994
FatherGeorg Larsen1 b. 1907, d. 1964
MotherSolveig Johansen b. c 1919, d. 15 Jun 2005
Birth*1952 Narvik, Nordland, Norge1 
Death*1994 Narvik, Nordland, Norge1 

Citations

  1. [S938] Family Inquiries by Dixie Hansen in Troms, Norway Mai-Britt Söderholm notes.

Amanda Maria ? Olsvik

F
Death*  

Family

Child

Elizabeth Teegarden1,2

F
Marriage* Groom=Henry Enoch 
Death*  
Married Name Enoch 

Family

Henry Enoch b. 1748, d. a 1804

Citations

  1. [S26] Helen Vogt, Westward of ye Laurall Hills, McClain Printing, 1976,.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Elizabeth Peck

F
Marriage* Groom=David Enoch 
Death*  
Married Name Enoch 
Note* Other sources list David's wife as Mary (Doughty?)... but Mabel Williams Bean believes that the family of David Enoch's was confused with the family of another David Enocs who was more distantly related. 

Family

David Enoch b. 1756

Elizabeth Peck

F
Death*  
Married Name Enoch 

Patrick Galloway1

M
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Ann Enoch 

Family

Ann Enoch b. 1760

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Benjamin Bell1

M, b. 1751, d. 10 February 1853
Birth*1751  
Marriage*1788 Bride=Elizabeth Enoch 
Death*10 Feb 1853 Boone Co., Iowa, USA 

Family

Elizabeth Enoch b. 1770

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Henry Enoch1

M, b. circa 1707, d. 1783
FatherJohan Enoch2 b. c 1672, d. c 1730
MotherBrigitta Gästenberg d. 29 Jan 1716
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Biography* The Tenmile County And Its Pioneer Families:

A history of the family by Arthur L. Keith, Northfield, Minnesota, and published in Volume 4 of Tyler's Quarterly Magazine, has this to say of Henry Enoch I: "The first record of the Enochs is from the journal of George Washington, who when a young man, made surveys in Hampshire County. The journal shows that on April 23, 1750, George Washington surveyed land for Henry Enoch in the forks of the Cacaphon to the extent of 388 acres, John Keith acting at chainman and John Constant as marker.

On April 25, 1750, he surveyed another tract for John Newton, about a mile above said forks, beginning at Henry Enoch's Corner, with the same
men as chainman and marker. The next day Washington surveyed a tract of 200 acres on the South branch of Little Cacaphon for John Parker, with Henry Enoch (probably Jr.) as chainman." 
Birth*c 1707 Bucks Co., Pennsylvania2 
Residence*1730 Kingsessing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Signed the tardy inventory of his brother John's estate.2 
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Ross2 
Residence Maryland; joined his cousins in western Maryland2 
Note*23 Apr 1750 Forks of the Cacapon River, Frederick Co., Virginia; Williams-Enoch Genealogy:

George Washington's journal shows that on April 23, 1750, he surveyed for Henry Enoch, a tract of 288 acres at the Forks of the Cacapehon River in Frederick Co. (later Hampshire County), Virginia. Two days later he was surveying for John Newton on the North River branch about a mile above the forks beginning at Enoch's corner. And the next day, with Henry Enoch as chainman [possibly Henry III?], he surveyed two hundred acres on the Little Cacapehon River for John Parker.

The domain of Henry Enoch eventually comprised some twelve hundred acres of land. His home had been established as the northernmost of twenty three forts located by Colonel Washington for the protection of the Virginia frontier against Indian raids.2,3
Note28 Nov 1770 Forks of the Cacapon River, Hampshire Co., Virginia; In George Washington's journal of his tour on the river he wrote that on November 28th, 1770, he dined with Henry Enoch in his home at the forks of the Cacapehon.2,4 
Death*1783 Forks of the Cacapon River, Hampshire Co., Virginia2 
Burial* Forks of the Cacapon River, Hampshire Co., Virginia; Williams-Enoch Genealogy (1953):

And here at the forks of the Cacapehon is the old graveyard where lie the remains of Henry and Elizabeth Enoch, who lived to be over eight years of age. Many others are buried there, both whites and blacks; but the graves of the Enochs cannot be distinguished. The old markers are broken slabs of sandstone, which by now are weather worn and fallen. If they ever had inscriptions on them these are now indecipherable but the hills survive, and the pleasing fields and the old mill race, and the healing waters of the Cacapehon, yes, and the memory and influence of lives so earnestly lived when the wilderness was flourishing.3 

Family

Elizabeth Ross
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Ross2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] Helen Vogt, Westward of ye Laurall Hills, McClain Printing, 1976,.
  2. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.
  3. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, Page 119.
  4. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, p 119.
  5. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, p 119-120.

Elizabeth Ross1

F
FatherWilliam Ross2
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Death* Cacapon River, Hampshire Co., Virginia 
Biography* According to Dr. Hermon P. Williams as reported in Williams-Enoch Genealogy by Margaret Williams Bean, Elizabeth was related by marriage to Betsy Ross, the seamstress who made the first American flag. 
Married Name Enoch 
Marriage* Groom=Henry Enoch2 
Burial* Forks of the Cacapon River, Hampshire Co., Virginia1 

Family

Henry Enoch b. c 1707, d. 1783
Children

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  2. [S1159] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "The Enoch Brothers and their Swedish Descendants," Swedish Colonial News Volume 3, Number 3 (Fall 2005):.

Enoch Enoch1

M, b. 29 September 1750, d. 1835
FatherHenry Enoch b. c 1707, d. 1783
MotherElizabeth Ross
Biography* Mabel Williams Bean: Enoch had service in the Revolutionary War in the Militia of PA and VA and in the Rangers of the Frontiers. He applied for a Revolutionary pension but was denied because he only served in the Militia and not in the Contintal lines. 
Marriage* Bride=Rebecca Morris 
Birth*29 Sep 1750 Hampshire, Virginia, USA 
Death*1835 Monroe, Ohio, USA 

Family

Rebecca Morris

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

David Enoch1

M
FatherHenry Enoch b. c 1707, d. 1783
MotherElizabeth Ross
Death*  

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Mary Enoch1

F
FatherHenry Enoch b. c 1707, d. 1783
MotherElizabeth Ross
Death*  
Married Name Cox 
Marriage* Groom=Isaac Cox2 

Family

Isaac Cox

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, Page 120.

Isaac Cox1

M
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Mary Enoch2 

Family

Mary Enoch

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, Page 120.

Michael Roseberry1,2,3

M
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Death*  
Biography* The Tenmile Country And Its Pioneer Families:

It is possible... that Michael Roseberry, immediate ancestor of the
local family, did live for a time on the Juniata River. A "Michle
Roseberry" was living there at the time of the 1790 Census being the
head of a family of 2 males over 16 years of age, three males under 16
years, and 2 female persons. No such person is found in the Census of
Washington County for that year, nor in any other available records.
His sons, John Roseberry and Mathias Roseberry (the latter but 18 years
of age) are in the list of those living near Jefferson in 1790. Known
records of Mathias Roseberry show that he was married October 8, 1795,
so that the Census record of 1790 showing him head of a family of 2
adult males and one female may be taken as further proof that Michael
Roseberry may have come west with his sons in 1784, and been living with
his wife at a home provided by Mathias. In such event it would further
substantiate the claims of Mr. J.B. Ornorff, that Michael accompanied
his son Mathias to Center Township, where he died and is buried.

All claims say that Michael Roseberry married Mary Mapel for his first
wife, and this points again to New Jersey ancestry. It may have been
the only marriage made by Michael Roseberry, though Mr. J.M. Roseberry
claims a marriage with a wealthy Ruth Chambers. Here again the
Tuscarora Valley would be considered, but there is no evidence to
support the claim that Ruth Chambers was the mother of the children of
Michael Roseberry. All evidence would indicate that Mary Mapel was the
mother of the children. The death of Michael Roseberry and his wife (or
wives) is not given in any records.
 
Marriage* Bride=Mary Mapel 
Marriage* Bride=Ruth Chambers1 
Census*1790 Juanita River, Pennsylvania? 

Family 1

Ruth Chambers

Family 2

Mary Mapel
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] W.F. Horn, The Horn Papers - Early Westward Movement, Greene Co, Historical Soc, Waynesburg, PA, 1945,.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.

Mary Mapel1,2,3

F
Appears on charts:Ancestry of Helen Grace Gould
Ancestry of Tommie Glenn Stemm , III
Marriage* Groom=Michael Roseberry 
Death*  
Married Name Roseberry 

Family

Michael Roseberry
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] W.F. Horn, The Horn Papers - Early Westward Movement, Greene Co, Historical Soc, Waynesburg, PA, 1945,.
  2. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  3. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.

Mary Roseberry1

F
FatherMichael Roseberry
MotherMary Mapel
Death*  
Married Name Brown 
Marriage* Groom=Andrew Brown 

Family

Andrew Brown

Citations

  1. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.

Andrew Brown

M
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Mary Roseberry 

Family

Mary Roseberry

Elizabeth Roseberry1

F
FatherMichael Roseberry
MotherMary Mapel
Death*  
Married Name Crouse 
Marriage*c 1807 Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Groom=James Crouse2 

Family

James Crouse

Citations

  1. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.
  2. [S307] Email from Pia Crouse; 4/25/99; e-mail address.

James Crouse

M
Death*  
Biography* George?? 
Marriage*c 1807 Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Bride=Elizabeth Roseberry1 

Family

Elizabeth Roseberry

Citations

  1. [S307] Email from Pia Crouse; 4/25/99; e-mail address.

Elijah Roseberry1

M, d. 1851
FatherMichael Roseberry
MotherMary Mapel
Burial* Swan Cemetery, unmarked graves2 
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Swan 
Death*1851 Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA 

Family

Elizabeth Swan

Citations

  1. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.
  2. [S262] Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families.

Elizabeth Swan

F
Marriage* Groom=Elijah Roseberry 
Death*  
Married Name Roseberry 

Family

Elijah Roseberry d. 1851

James Roseberry1,2

M
FatherMichael Roseberry
MotherMary Mapel
Death*  
Birth* New Jersey, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S8] W.F. Horn, The Horn Papers - Early Westward Movement, Greene Co, Historical Soc, Waynesburg, PA, 1945,.
  2. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.

Mathias Roseberry1,2,3

M, b. 11 January 1772, d. 2 December 1851
FatherMichael Roseberry
MotherMary Mapel
Birth*11 Jan 1772 Germany3 
Marriage*8 Oct 1795 Jefferson, Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; Bride=Sarah Hughes 
Death*2 Dec 1851  
Burial* Roseberry Cemetery, Center Township, Green Co., Pennsylvania; Inscription: b. 11 Jan 1772, d. 2 Dec 1851, Aged 79y 10m 21d

Family

Sarah Hughes b. 27 Jan 1779, d. 29 Oct 1858
Children

Citations

  1. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  2. [S115] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile County and Its Pioneer Families A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley reprinted: Closson Press, Apollo PA, 1993),.
  3. [S180] Linda Otto Lipsett, Elizabeth Roseberry Mitchell's Graveyard Quilt (Dayton, Ohio: Halstead & Meadows Publishing, 1995),.

Sarah Hughes1,2

F, b. 27 January 1779, d. 29 October 1858
Married Name Roseberry 
Birth*27 Jan 1779 Jefferson, Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; ||at "Partridge Harbour." At that time, Greene Co. was part of Washington Co. 
Marriage*8 Oct 1795 Jefferson, Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; Groom=Mathias Roseberry 
Death*29 Oct 1858  

Family

Mathias Roseberry b. 11 Jan 1772, d. 2 Dec 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S179] Bill Roseberry to Dixie Hansen. Letter dated 9 July 1997, at 4922 W Lamar Rd, Glendale, AZ 85301. (1997).
  2. [S180] Linda Otto Lipsett, Elizabeth Roseberry Mitchell's Graveyard Quilt (Dayton, Ohio: Halstead & Meadows Publishing, 1995),.

Elizabeth Villars1,2,3

F, b. 12 October 1763
Death*  
Married Name Cree 
Birth*12 Oct 1763  
Marriage*1786 Washington Co., Pennsylvania; Groom=Robert Cree1,2,3 
Death7 Mar 1841 Harrison Co., Ohio 

Family

Robert Cree b. c 1758, d. c 1795

Citations

  1. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S205] Notes about the Cree family of PA authored by Robert H. Cree of Huntington, PA in June 1999., in possession of Dixie Hansen,.

Samuel Jackson1,2,3

M
Death*  
Marriage* Washington Co. (now Greene), Pennsylvania; Bride=Margaret Cree1,2,3 

Family

Margaret Cree b. 1761, d. 4 Jan 1813

Citations

  1. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S205] Notes about the Cree family of PA authored by Robert H. Cree of Huntington, PA in June 1999., in possession of Dixie Hansen,.

Eli Mundell1,2,3

M
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Anne Cree1,2 

Family

Anne Cree b. 1766, d. 22 Aug 1820

Citations

  1. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S205] Notes about the Cree family of PA authored by Robert H. Cree of Huntington, PA in June 1999., in possession of Dixie Hansen,.

Robert Rose1,2,3

M
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Jane Cree1,2 

Family

Jane Cree

Citations

  1. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S205] Notes about the Cree family of PA authored by Robert H. Cree of Huntington, PA in June 1999., in possession of Dixie Hansen,.

Agnes Hughes1,2,3

F, b. 27 December 1782, d. 27 November 1859
Marriage* Groom=Hamilton Cree1,2 
Married Name Cree 
Birth*27 Dec 1782 4,5 
Death*27 Nov 1859 Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; Age 76 years and 11 mos.4 
Burial* Shepherd's Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania5 

Family

Hamilton Cree b. 11 Jan 1776, d. 23 Dec 1848
Children

Citations

  1. [S65] Mrs. Gerald Inman., The Cree Family of Pennyslvania and Iowa and Related Lines (unpublished, 1975),.
  2. [S66] Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families, 8 volumes (only 1st 7 published). (volume 8: 1953),.
  3. [S205] Notes about the Cree family of PA authored by Robert H. Cree of Huntington, PA in June 1999., in possession of Dixie Hansen,.
  4. [S811] Cemetery Transcription, Shepherd church Cemetery Transcription, Cumberland Township, Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Robert Cree - 1962.
  5. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Agnes Cree, died 27 Nov 1859, buried at Shepherd Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Memorial #55863583.
  6. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Mary (Cree) Horner, died 17 Jan 1852, buried at Shepherd Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Memorial #72086690.
  7. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Robert Cree, died 28 Aug 1820, buried at Shepherd Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Pennsylvania; Memorial #74569001.