9 i. SARAH3, m. JOHN LUNGER; res. in Waldo, Marion co., O.; 2 ch.
10* ii. WILLIAM CALDWELL, m. MISS CARMICHAEL, and —- —–.
11* iii. JUSTUS MAUS, m. —– —–.
12* iv JOSEPH ALFRED, b. Dec. 1, 1835;m. MARY H. BODMAN.
13* v. JOHN P., m. —— ——-.
132 vi. GEORGE, d. on the way to Oregon, “a sweet child of six years.”
14* vii. JANE A., m. ——- BRYANT.
15 viii WILBUR, b. about 1847; d. 1865 age 18.
SHOBEL STROWBRIDGE2, son of JUSTUS (3), m. LOUISA MAUS, a cousin. On Apr. 10, 1830, they were of Union township, Union co., Pa., when they gave a deed to Philip Strawbridge of Mahoning township, Columbia co., Pa; which is recorded in the Columbia co. records at Bloomsburg, Pa. There, also, is found recorded that letters of administration were granted, 1814, on the estate of Shobel Strawbridge. Mrs. Mary B. Strowbridge’s account says that Shobel Strowbridge lived many years in Cincinnati, O., and that he was a Methodist minister. The following was obtained from the records of Columbia co., Pa.:
“SHOBEL STRAWBRIDGE late of Valley township Col Co. Pa. about 1841. The widow renounced her right in these words, ‘Know all men by these presents, that Whereas: Shobel Strawbridge late a resident in the City of Cincinnatti County of Hamilton and State of Ohio, has recently departed this life in Columbia County, in the stale of Penna, Intestate leaving myself as his late wife but now widow (and several minor children as his only lawful heirs) and whereas my said husband was entitled amongst other dividends of a personal character to a distributable share of the personal estate of his father Justus Strawbridge and his brother Geo Strawbridge late of tile said County of Columbia and state of Penna deceased, and whereas lastly I, as the widow of the said Shobel Strawbridge dead, am entitled by the laws of Penna. to claim from the lawful Authorities of said County of Columbia, administration of his estate, etc etc., LOUISA STRAWBRIDGE’
“Letters granted unto Joseph Maus, 3 Jany 1841.”
It must be that he d. in Valley township.
16 i. CHARLES3.
17 ii. JOHN WESLEY res. (1890) Forest Grove, Ore.; a bachelor; is a member of the Congregational church and a very good man.
18 iii. DAU.
182 iv. SON.
D R. GEORGE F. H. STRAWBRIDGE2, son of JUSTUS (3), was b. in Pennsylvania (not far from Reading) about 1804.