On Apr. 1, 1834, G. F. H. Strawbridge of Reading, Berks co., Pa., gave a deed to Philip Strawbridge of Mahoning township,
Pa. Doctor Strawbridge was m. Feb. 26, 1835, at Philadelphia, by John Swift, mayor, to ANN ZELLEY of Burlington, N. J. He d. Apr. 13, 1841, age 37. Mrs. Strawbridge d. Apr. 7, 1853, age 45. From Mrs. Shobel Strawbridge’s announcement (see above) it looks as if Dr. G. F. H. Strawbridge was last of Columbia co., Pa. The three orphan sons of Mr. and Mrs. Strawbridge were brought up by their maternal grandparents, who were Quakers.
BORN IN BERKS CO. PA.
(These spell their name Strawbridge.)
19* i. BENJAMIN ZELLEY3, b. Feb. 26 1836; m. ISABELLA HOLT
20* ii. JUSTUS C., b. Jan. 11, 1838; 111. MARY LUKENS.
21* iii. GEORGE STOCKTON, b. May 30, 1840; m. CLARA LOUISE STETSON.
JOSEPH STRAWBRIDGE2, son of JUSTUS (3), was b. in Pennsylvania; was unm. on Apr. 1, 1831, when he gave a deed to Philip Strawbridge of Mahoning township, I’a., being himself a resident of Turbut township, Northumberland co., Pa. He m. (1) —— ——-, and went to Marion co., 0.; m. (2) MRS. SARAH WILLIAMS; d. of cancer of the stomach, age 49 yrs.
22 i. ROBERT3, m. ANN E. WILLIAMS, a neice of his stepmother.
23 ii. WILLIAM, lived in Minnesota.
24 iii. ALBERT, d. in Minnesota.
25 iv. DAU., d. in Minnesota.
252 v. JAMES, went to Wichita, Kan.; was partially insane.
ANN ELIZA STRAWBRIDGE2, dau. of JUSTUS (3), was b. in Danville, Pa., Feb. 28, 1808. A deed dated Mch. 9, 1830, was given by Ann Eliza Strawbridge, at her residence, Mahoning township, Columbia co., to Philip Strawbridge of said place. She went to Ohio with her brother Philip, in 1834; m. Feb. 27, 1835 ,ISAAC MOUSER, a young Virginian farmer, who settled at Marion, about that time; res. near Marion. Mr. Mouser was killed on the railroad, Apr. 17, 1863. Mrs. Mouser d. at Shelbyville, Ill., Mch. 29, 1875.