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Deborah Ingham Hawley
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Learn about sponsoring this memorial... Birth: May 11, 1770 Connecticut, USA Death: Jul. 7, 1851 Jefferson Ashtabula County Ohio, USA
She was the daughter of Jonathan Ingham and Elizabeth Chalker. Through her mother's family, she was descended from John Alden and Pricilla Mullins of the Mayflower, being their three great grandadughter. She was born in Saybrook, Ct. In 1790 she married Timothy Ruggles Hawley(1771-1828) in West Avon, Ct. They had ten children: Ruggles, Imri, Sophia, Chalken, Thales, Almon (married Sophronia Marsh in 1841), Celia, John, Timothy, Alpheus. They moved to New Connecticut, now NE Ohio, in 1802, and settled in Rock Creek, Morgan Twp., Ashtabula County. When her husband was elected as county clerk of Ashtabula, Co. in 1811, they moved to Jefferson, the new county seat.
Children: Thales Hawley (1799 - 1839)* Timothy Hawley (1809 - 1812)* Alpheus Hawley (1814 - 1815)*
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Burial: Oakdale Cemetery Jefferson Ashtabula County Ohio, USA Plot: Sec. C, lot 46
Created by: Richard Temple Record added: Mar 27, 2001 Find A Grave Memorial# 5322569
Re: Thomas Ingham, b Framington CT 1810 Posted by: Richard G. Temple Date: June 02, 2001 at 05:53:02 In Reply to: Thomas Ingham, b Framington CT 1810 by Norman W. Ingham of 624
I also descend from the Ingham family. Jonathan Ingham (b. 1727) and Elizabeth Chalker are my 4 great grandparents. Their daughter Deborah (1770-1851), wife of Timothy R. Hawley (1771-1828) are my 3 great grandparents.
I am in possession of the transcription of the fifty year diaries of Rev. Rufus Hawley, father of Timothy, above.
In those diaries there are three mentions of John Ingham and wife Lois Woodruff, during the late 1700s - 1. On Mar. 4, 1790 Rev. Hawley tells that he married John Ingham and Lois Woodruff. 2. On Oct. 25, 1798, Rev. Hawley mentions that John Ingham lost a child on Tuesday. 3. On Oct. 26 he mentions that he visited a sick child of John Ingham. On Oct. 27, 1798 he mentions that he visited the children of John Ingham who are sick.
Would you happen to have any evidence of the fact that Deborah (Ingham) Hawley was the daughter of Jonathan Ingham and Elizabeth (Chalker) Ingham? I need this proof for entry into Mayflower Society. Elzabeth, through the Chalker family, is a Mayflower descendant. Thanks.
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1850 United States Federal Census about Deborah Hawley Name: Deborah Hawley Age: 80 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1770 Birth Place: Connecticut Gender: Female Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Jefferson, Ashtabula, Ohio Family Number: 22 Household Members: Name Age Almon Hawley 48 Sophronia Hawley 35 Deborah Hawley 80 Ad Eliza Hawley 20 A Delbert K Hawley 6 Cornelia S Hawley 4 Theodore E Hawley 1 Laura Fuller 16 Bushrod Phillips 17
Deborah Hawley's Timeline
May 11, 1770
Old Saybrook, CT, USA
September 15, 1798
November 24, 1798
Connecticut, United States
August 11, 1801
Avon, CT, USA
July 7, 1804
Connecticut, United States
July 7, 1851
Jefferson, OH, USA