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James Inskeep, Jr

Birthplace: Evesham Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, United States
Death: May 18, 1824 (58)
Brown County, Ohio, United States
Place of Burial: Brown County, Ohio, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of James Inskeep, Sr.; Hope (Collins) Inskeep and Hope Collins
Husband of Delilah Inskeep and Eleanor Glendenning Inskeep
Father of Elita Rhoten; James Inskeep; Hope Inskeep; John G. Inskeep; Joshua Inskeep and 6 others
Brother of Hester Inskeep; William Inskeep; Susanna Inskeep; Hepzibah Inskeep; Rachel Inskeep and 18 others

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About James Inskeep, Jr

James Inskeep was the son of James Inskeep (1734-1802) and Hope Collins Inskeep (1740-1806) of Culpeper County, Virginia and previously of Burlington, New Jersey.

His father James Inskeep was a Revolutionary War patriot.

He was the grandson of John Inskeep and Sarah Ward Inskeep of Burlington, New Jersey.

He was the brother of Hester Inskeep, Susanna Inskeep, Hepzibah Inskeep, Rachel Inskeep, Joshua Inskeep, Joel Inskeep, Daniel Inskeep, Sarah Inskeep Garwood, Job Inskeep, John Inskeep, Hope Inskeep and William Inskeep.

He was the father of Susan Inskeep, Lee Ann Inskeep, Elizabeth Inskeep and then James Inskeep, Hope Inskeep, John G. Inskeep, Joshua Inskeep, Joseph Inskeep, Jeanette Inskeep, Lena Inskeep, Elita "Light" Inskeep Rhoten, Job Inskeep, Eleanor Inskeep and Fountain Inskeep.

From History of Brown County: http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Brown/Brown1883S1P650.htm.

James Inskeep was born in New Jersey in 1766 of English parents. He moved to Virginia, and there married Delila Delaney, who died leaving two children, and two preceded her to the grave. In 1805, Mr. Inskeep emigrated to Ohio, and settled in what is now Jackson Township, where he remained until his death. Shortly after settling here, he married Elenor, daughter of John Glendening. By this marriage he had eleven children. of whom seven are now living, viz., John, born in 1811, married Sarah Haynes and settled on part of the home farm, where he raised four children—girls; Joshua, born in 1812, married Nancy Reed and settled on the home farm, where he raised three boys and six girls; Joseph, born 1813, settled on the home place, and married Martha Hill, by whom he had four boys and several girls; he now lives in Missouri; Job, born 1819, settled near the home farm, and married Susan Myers, who died without issue; Fountain, whose biography appears elsewhere in this work. The sons, with the exception of Joseph, all reside in Brown County. The father died in 1824 under the following circumstances: On the 24th of May, while returning from West Union, where he had been attending court, he attempted on horseback to ford Eagle Creek, which at that time was swollen by recent rains; but by some accident was thrown from his horse and drowned. His widow died in 1861.

James Inskeep m. 1: Delilah Delaney (1771-1805 Culpeper County, Virginia) on January 31, 1797 in Culpeper County, Virginia. They had four children, three of them being Susan Inskeep (b.1799), Lee Ann Inskeep (b. 1805) and Elizabeth Inskeep.

James Inskeep m.2: Eleanor Glendenning on January 28, 1808 in Adams County, Ohio. They had eleven children as listed above.

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James Inskeep, Jr's Timeline

April 7, 1766
Evesham Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, United States
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January 21, 1818
Age 51
Ohio, United States