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  • ID: I03152
  • Name: Mark Grove
  • Sex: M
  • Name: Marcus Grove 1
  • Birth: 1740 in Earl, Lancaster, PA, USA 1
  • Birth: 1739 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Death: 29 SEP 1808 in Lower Masson, Page, VA, USA 1
  • Death: 19 SEP 1808
  • Event: Tax 1799 Shenandoah Personal Tax List
  • Reference Number: 3152
  • Note:
    MARKS GROVE
    The earliest record we have of Marks (monarchs) Grove, brother of Christian Grove. is a deed dated 1765, which shows that Joseph Rhodes sold to Marks Grove. 120 acres of land on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, at the mouth of Elk Lick Run. He was probably married shortly before this time to Susan Roads (Rhodes, Rodes) daughter of the Rev. John Roads, the Mennonite minister. By this marriage, he had two children, David, and Barbara who was born in 1767. Marks Grove married for his second wife, Mary Grove, of Pennsylvania, who was (us cousin, and had twelve additional children. Ln the census, or tax list, taken for Shenandoah County, in 1783, Marks
    is enumerated with ten persons in his family. Marks, at least in his earlier manhood, was a Mennonite; but lt is believed that he has one of the many of that sea who were converted to the beliefs of the Baptist church by the Rev. John Koontz, who was made pastor of the Mill Creek Baptist Church, near the present Luray, about 1775. Two of his children were married by the Rev. Koontz, and this same minister preached Marks funeral in English, while the Rev. Jacob Harshberger, another Baptist minister. preached in German.

    The name of Marks Grove is also to be found on the list of Captain Michael Reader's Company of militia of Shenandoah County, in the Revolutionary War Records of Virginia, recently published by Gaius Marcus Bambaugh. Otber names in this list are those of Christly Bumgardner, John Limebach, Peter Limebach, Michael Rodes lsaac Strickler, Joseph Strickler, Benjamin stickler and Christly (Christians) Grove. At a court held in Shenandoah County, the 30th day of May, 1782, an Act of Assembly concerning public claims was produced to the court and read and thereupon the Court proceeded to certify claims. including that of Marks Grove for 325 pounds of beef. This claim was probably for beef sold for the use of the Revolutionary Army.

    Marks Grove was a farmer and lived with his large family just east of the Massanutten Mountains, on the bank of the South Shenandoah River, in what is now Page County, Virginia He died September 1818, and was buried on the old Rhodes farm. He left no will, but the settlement of his estate and the detailing the public auction of his possessions which took place on the 4th of November, 1808 are on record at the courthouse of Shenandoah County, Virginia. Copies of
    these old records are even below. Henry Brumbach was the administrator of the estate which was divided among his thirteen heirs. A deed, dated August 14, 1815, shows that Henry Brumbach, who married Mary, a daughter of Marcus Grove, bought from the heirs, the old home property, which was on the "West side of the South River of Shenandoah, containing 388 acres, formerly granted to Marks Grove in three tracts"

    Although many of the children and grandchildren of Marks Grove left the Shenandoah Valley And travelled over the mountains to the pioneer wilderness of Ohio and indiana before 1820, there are still quite a few descendants of both Marks Grove and his brother, Christian, living in the neighborhood of the ancestral home in Virginia. Where once there was only a narrow indian trail, leading into an isolated valley. there is now the famous Lee Highway from Washington, who'll passes over the Blue Ridge, down into the Page County valley and on through Luray and the Massanutten Gap, to meet the great Shenandoah Valley pike at New Market. Lately the government has built the much advertised Skyline Drive along the crest of the Blue Ridge, from which
    the tourist may look down into the lovely green valley where the ancestors of the Groves, Rhodes, Bumgardners. Brumbacks, Ruffners, streamers and others settled. Far below, little woods and groves show where farm houses are sheltered, while curving lines of trees outline the course of the Hawksbill and the Shenandoah, and the shadows of drifting clouds pass over the checkerboard patterns of the fields.

    Sale - Marcus Grove's Personal Estate
    Will book G.4D, Shenandoah County, Virginia
    Memorandum of the account of the property of Marcus Grove, deceased sold at public auction this 4th day of November, 1808 To-Wit

    Thomas Winters. Logchain
    Jno Clem, 2 saws
    Christ Miller, 1 Iron Wedge, ring & Steel
    Andrew Keyser, 2 O1d Scythes, Dr. Knife. Chisels
    Henry Brumback, 4 Sickles
    Henry Brumback, 2 Jointers
    Carrie Lerch, Augers
    Henry l Axe & Lock
    Jno D. Moyer. l basket old hamper of irons
    Chr. Bumbardner. Axe & Grind Stone
    Samuel Grove, 2 O1d Hoes
    Jno Roads. 1 bell & strrap, shovel plow & C
    Jno D. Moyers, 1 set breast Ch Bridging
    Saml. Grove, l Scythe & snatch
    Jno D. Moyer, 1 Scythe & Snatch
    Jno D- Moyers l Scythe & snatch
    Saml Grove, l Shovel Plow
    Henry Brumback, 2 still tubs
    Widow Grove. 1 Iron Pot
    Widow Grove, 1 Little Pot
    William Young, 1 Oven & Chair
    Jno D. Moyer, l Oven & Lid
    William Young, 1 Griddle & Skillet & C
    Widow Grove. Spice Mortar
    Saml Grove, l Washing Tub & Bucket
    Henry Brumback, 1 Old Bed Stead
    Henry Brumback 3 Chairs
    Geo. perch, 2 Chairs
    Chr. Miller, 1 Walnut Chest
    Saml Grove, 1 Bar-shear Plow
    Christ Bumgardner, 1 Shovel Plow
    Saml Grove, 1 Old Wagon
    Joshua Ruffner, 1 Black Cow
    Jno D. Moyers, 1 Dun Cow
    Thomas Redman. 1 Black Heifer
    Jno 1|. Moyers, 1 Cow & Calf
    Eliz Grove, 1 Pied Heifer
    Jno D. Moyer, 1 Brindle Heifer
    Geo. Leach. 1 Pied Calf
    Christian Forrer. 1 Grey Horse Colt
    Jos Arthur, 1 today Clock & Case
    Jno D. Moyer, 1 Loom & Warping Bars
    Jno D. Moyer, 15 hundred weaving gear
    Jno D. Moyer. 17 hundred weaving gear
    Jno. D. Moyer, Pared Gears & Racks
    Chr. Bumgardner, 1 English Bible
    Noab Kaiser. 1 Pr. Steel Yards
    Adam Ross, 1 German Bible
    Jos Browning. 1 New Hackle
    Joe Browning, 1 O1d Hackle
    Geo. Leach, 1 Walnut Table
    Widow Grove, 1 Set Flat Irons
    Thomas Winters, 1 Bed, Bed Stead & Cord 1
    Jesse Flemmings, 1 Bed, Bed Stead & Cord
    Christ Miller, 1 Pine Chest
    Danl Stickler, l Plne Chest
    Henry Brumback. 1 Pine Chest
    Michael Bixler, Quill Wheel & Swifts
    Jno Flemmings, 1 Check Reed
    Widow Grove. 1 Gray Mare
    Andrew Keyner 6 Pewter Plates
    Elijah Allen, Basin, Dishes & Pewter dishes
    Wm. Young, Dish & Spoons
    Wm. Young, Dish & Spoons
    Chr. Miller, Set Pewter Plates
    Wm. Young, 1 Set Cups & Saucers
    Elijah Allen, Tea Kettle
    Jesse Flemming, 1 Stub & Quart
    Wm. Young, Set Cups & Saucers
    Chr. Miller, Coffee Pot
    Christ Bumgardner, Small Book & Tin Cups
    And Keyser, Funnel
    And Keyser, Funnel
    Thomas Ferrall, 4 Tin Cups & C
    Wm. Young, 1 Meal Sifter
    Widow Grove, Parcel Drags
    Thomas Redmam Knives & Forks
    Henry Brumback, 4 Sheep, Choice
    Henry Brumback, 4 Sheep, Choice
    Chr. Miller, 1 Hog
    Chr. Miller, 4 Shoates, Choice
    Daniel stickler, 4 Shoates, Choice
    Snowden Brewer, 3 remaining
    Sam'l Grove, 1 Gray Horse
    James Headley, 22| Bushels Wheat
    Henry Brumback, 4 Bushel Rye
    Elijah Allen, 24 Bushel Corn
    Wm. Kemp, 1000 Wrigh Hay)
    Wm. Kemp, 334 Weigh Hay)
    Widow Grove. 1 Pr. Horse Gears
    Saml Grove, 1 Pr. Horse Gears
    Henry Brumback, l Set dip Straps
    Widow Grove. Cutting box
    Daniel Strickler, 2 Forks & Shovel
    Widow Grove, 1 Blind Bridle
    Sam! Grove, l Blind bridle
    David Clem Jr., 1 Wash Kettle
    Jno C. Elshite, 1 Large Wash Tub
    Michael Clem, Krout Tub
    Widow Grove, 6 Geese
    J'no. Bassay (Basye), 13 Geese
    Snowden Brewer, 1 kitchen Doefer
    Snowden Brewer, l Set tastes & Forks & C
    Saml Grove, 1 Hog
    Snowden Brewer, 1 Spotted Sow, 1 Barrow & Hog
    Wm. Hollingsworth, 2 Dead hides
    Henry Brumback, 19| Bushel Rye
    Henry Brumback. 1 Slate


    At a Court continued and held for the County of Shenandoah on Tuesday, the 13th. day of March. 1810. This account of sale of the Estate of Marcus Grove, deceased, was returned and
    ordered to be recorded

    TESTE P. WILLIAMS C. S. C.





    Marriage 1 Susan Roads b: 1745 in PA, USA
    • Married: 1765 2
    Children
    1. Has Children David Grove b: BET 1770 AND 1780
    2. Has No Children Barbara Helen Grove b: 1767 in Frederick, VA, USA

    Marriage 2 Mary Grove b: WFT Est 1725-1761
    • Married: 1770 in Page, Virginia
    Children
    1. Has Children Susan Grove b: BET 1770 AND 1780 in Shenandoah, Virginia
    2. Has No Children John Grove b: ABT 1780 in Shenandoah, Virginia
    3. Has No Children Martin Grove b: 1767 in Shenandoah, Virginia
    4. Has No Children Mary Grove b: OCT 1772 in Shenandoah, Virginia
    5. Has No Children Nancy Grove
    6. Has No Children Christian Grove b: ABT 1780 in Sheandoah, Virginia

    Sources:
    1. Title: OneWorldTreeSM
      Repository:
      Note: www.ancestry.com
      Media: Ancestry.com
    2. Title: Genealogy of the Stukey, Ream, Grove, Clem, and Denniston families
      Author: Denniston, Elmer Leonidas
      Publication: Harrisburg, PA 1939
      Repository:
      Note: Heritage Quest Online
      Media: Book
      Page: 393

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