Latham Whelan Family Tree

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  • ID: I4074
  • Title: Colonel
  • Name: Mills STEPHENSON
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 11 APR 2002
  • Birth: 1769 in Sussex Co., DE, Delaware
  • Death: 16 JUN 1822 in Helena, Phillips Co., AR, Arkansas
  • Burial: Helena, Phillips Co., AR, Arkansas
  • Note:
    He and brother James married two sisters whose father was killed
    byIndians while he was in a flat boat on the Ohio River near Maysville,
    Ky.The sisters were then ten and twelve years old and were raised by
    RichardApplegate of Mason County. DAR has birth in 1777 Stephenson, Mills
    KY MASON CO. 1790 TAX LIST 60 Stephenson, Mills OH ADAMS CO. 030
    1807 TAX LIST Stephenson, Mills OH ADAMS CO. 033 1809 TAX
    LIST Stephenson, Mills OH ADAMS CO. MIXED TWPS 052 1810 TAX LIST
    Stephenson, Mills OH BROWN CO. RIPLEY 363 1820 Adams County became Brown
    County ----------------------------------------------- Excerpt from
    'History of Brown County, OH' WH Beers & co, 1883 Pg 334 - bottom 'Col.
    Mills Stephenson, one of the earliest pioneers of Union Township,who had
    served in the Indian wars, was an officer in the war of 1812.Fort
    Stephenson, at the site of Fremont, OH, then known as UpperSandusky, was
    named in his honor. ' Excerpt from 'Indiana 'Hoosier' State' Vol1,
    History By Olin DeeMorrison, History Dept Ohio University Pg9, 2nd
    Paragraph Harrison's Army advanced toward Detroit from Cincinnati in the
    latesummer of 1812 and the winter of 1812-1813. His forces met disaster
    atRaisin River in January 1813. British & Indians attacked Ft Meigs
    &Stephenson in vain in the Spring and Summer of 1813 .... First applicant
    for membership in the Grand Masonic Lodge #29, inClermont - source 5131
    Source 5140 - April 6, 1807 - had letters at Cincinnatti Post Office
    -listed with brother james. Zadock Stephenson also listed.
  • Birth: 1771 in Sussex Co., DE, Delaware



    Father: William STEPHENSON b: 1733
    Mother: Elizabeth Emily T. MILLS b: 1734 in York, PA, Pennsylvania

    Marriage 1 Jane KILPATRICK b: 1779
    • Married: 20 OCT 1791 in Lincoln, KY, Kentucky
    • Note:
      Marriage Records of Lincoln County, Kentucky 1781-1792
    Children
    1. Has No Children Mary STEPHENSON
    2. Has No Children Ephriam STEPHENSON
    3. Has No Children Charles F. STEPHENSON b: 09 FEB 1792
    4. Has Children Robert Prettyman STEPHENSON b: 22 JUN 1801 in Ripley, Brown Co., OH, Ohio
    5. Has No Children Elizabeth STEPHENSON b: 06 JAN 1806 in Brown Co., OH, Ohio
    6. Has No Children Young STEPHENSON b: 26 DEC 1809 in Brown Co., OH, Ohio
    7. Has Children Isabella STEPHENSON b: 27 DEC 1813 in OH, Ohio
    8. Has No Children Lemuel STEPHENSON b: 1815 in Brown Co., OH, Ohio

    Marriage 2 Mary WILES b: 20 JUL 1793
    • Married: 1817
    Children
    1. Has Children Mary Jane STEPHENSON b: BETWEEN 1818 AND 1884 in Ripley, Brown Co., OH, Ohio

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