NANCY STRAWBRIDGE3, dau. of JOSEPH (2), was b. June ii, 1833, in Richmond. Ind.; m. DAVID WHITE, Dec. 30, 1858; d. Mch. 20, 1891, at New Paris, O
BORN IN INDIANA.
98 i. OMAR E.4, b. Oct. 21, 1860; m. Dec. 6, 1888 ROXANNA MCQUINN EY, who was b. July 17, 1863.
99 ii. JOSEPH E , b. Oct. 8, 1863.
JANE STRAWBRIDGE3, dau. of JOSEPH (2), was b. Jan 23, 1831, in Richmond Ind.; In. WILLIAM STIDHAM, Feb. 6, 1857.
100 i. CHARLES GILPIN4, b. Dec. 24, 1857; m. EMMA COMMONS; res.Lynn, Randolph Co., Ind.
101* ii. ELLIS IRVIN, b. July 14, 1859; m. ALICE COOK.
102* iii. MINNIE OLA, b. Dec. 22, 1866; in. THADDEUS NICHOLS.
THOMAS STRAWBRIDGE3, son of THOMAS (3), was b. about 1794, in York or Lancaster co. Pa. When in about his16th year he was bound out to a man named Bumbarger, of Lancaster, to learn the tailor’s trade, but did not serve his time out on account of the hardships to which he was subjected. After traveling around the country for a few years he m. ELIZABETH WEIMERT of Lancaster City, Pa. (who d. in Ohio, Jan.
5, 1863, age 61 yrs. 5 days), and settled in Lancaster City, where he carried on the tailoring business for a few years, then emigrated to Richland co., O.; bought and settled on a small farm three miles cast of Mansfield, where he remained for ten years, when he sold his farm and bought another farther west, in Morrow co., O., where he d. Dec., 1878, age 84 years. Mr. David Strawbridge, a son of Thomas, says that his father and brothers, and their father before them, were all large men, also that he was told that his ancestors were “Scotch-Irish.”
CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ELIZABETH (WEIMERT) STRAWBRIDGE.
103* i. SAMUEL4, b. Feb. 28, 1823; m. MARY MAINES.
104* ii, JOSEPH, b. Nov. 17, 1825; M. ——- ———.
105* iii. BENJAMIN, m. MARY GATES and HATTIE LAVENDER.
106* iv. JOHN, m. MISS JOHNS.
107 v. ABRAHAM, d. in Ohio.