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  • ID: I703
  • Name: James, Sr. SANDERSON
  • Surname: Sanderson
  • Given Name: James, Sr.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: abr. 1762 in Corke County, Ireland 1 2
  • Death: 30 Jan 1841 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., OH 3
  • Burial: Octa Cemetery, Octa, Fayette Co., OH 3
  • _UID: 1FDCAD048675D811A1EE9C272EE1A008996E
  • Note:
    ~NOTE: Sanderson Family at rootsweb.......per Susan Beddes....... 1840 Census. Fayette Co., Ohio James Sanderson, Fayette Co., Jefferson. Page 030 or 031. 1830 Census, Jefferson, Fayette, Ohio. page 303. 1820 Census, Jefferson, Fayette, Ohio. p. 12b. *********************** MALE ENUMERATION LISTS OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO, JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP 1807--James Sanderson and William Moorman 1811--James Sanderson 1815--No Sandersons listed 1819--No Sandersons listed 1823--John Sanderson 1831--John Sanderson 1847--John C. Sanderson *************************** HISTORY OF JEFFERSONVILLE AND JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP, OHIO. 977.1813, J1, H2s. p. 14--James, Harvey & Alexander Sanderson held land in 1826. p. 33--James Sanderson was an early settler, a farmer, served in War of 1812, as well as Horney Sanderson, and A. Sanderson p. 68--James Sanderson, a town official in 1834 p. 77--James Sanderson and family were settlers prior to 1812. p. 87--James Sanderson came from North Carolina in 1811. p. 97--Around 1811, James Sanderson and John McKillip with their families became permanent settlers. ************** EARLY SETTLERS OF FAYETTE CO., 977.181, H2p p. 7--James and H. Sanderson were early settlers p. 65--James Sanderson, a successful farmer ************************* COLLECTION OF GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL RECORDS, 977.1813, D29f, V. 1 1835 Tax List, Jefferson Twnship--James, James, Jr., James, Sr. ****************************** 1790 CENSUS, HEADS OF FAMILIES, JONES CO., NORTH CAROLINA James Sanderson--1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females Also--Elijah, Shadrach, Thomas, Jesse, John, Levy are heads of families. *********************** 1800 CENSUS, NORTH CAROLINA No James In Jones County--Benjamin, Elijah, Joseph, Shadrach ****************** 1810 CENSUS INDEX, NORTH CAROLINA no James No Jones County ******************* ABSTRACTS OF RECORDS OF JONES CO., 975.621, N2a. (Just looked through quickly. Need to check thoroughly when I'm sure this is the right James.) James was in Jones Co. 1788-1808, wife was Elizabeth. 1808 his property sold to highest bidder. Also listed were Benjamin (wife Barshaba), Edward, Jesse, John, Elijah, Joseph. ************************** FAYETTE COUNTY MARRIAGES, 1810-1830. 977.1813, V22f Marriages for Henry, Harvey, Hannah & Rachel. ********************** HISTORY OF FAYETTE COUNTY, OHIO (1881) states that James Sanderson was born in Corke County, Ireland, ca 1762 and arrived in America in 1783. He settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania, and married in the same year Sarah Barbara Newman. He later moved to Kentucky and then to Ohio where he eventually settled in Fayette County, Ohio. He settled on Survey Number 1223 on Sugar Creek. He was a farmer and active in community affairs. He died 30 Jan 1841, following his wife by three months. They are buried in Coons, or Jefferson/Jasper Cemetery, Fayette County, Ohio. *************************** James Sanderson will adminstration. Will dated 17 Nov 1835; says he died 1840; administered October 1845. Lists wife (Barbara), children (Mary (William) Moorman, John R. Sanderson (dec'd), Alexander, James, Mary (Jonathon) Wittey, Harvey, Henry, and grandchildren. (The above data say's that he died about 3 months after his wife, Barbara.......Shirley) ********************* Phil and Kathy Campbell are researching James Sanderson line. He is starting a newsletter on the Sanderson/Campbell lines. 929 Cameron St., Pontiac, MI 48340, 248-373-9594, e-mail: pcambel@tir.com *********************** Kathy Smierciak (4827 Montcalm Court, Fort Wayne, IN 46835-4478 keps1@aol.com) says there is a James Sanderson, Sr. on the tax lists for Adams County, OH, for 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, and 1810. She also thinks James may have had a brother named Alexander who died in 1805 and had a widow named Margaret. This Alexander lived in Highland County, OH, which is next to Adams and Clinton Counties. He supposedly emigrated from Pennsylvania to Kentucky and then moved to Ross County (next to Fayette) in 1801. This area became part of Highland County in 1807. He left five children, the eldest being William. Another son was name J.C. *************************** From Kathy Smierciak, KEPS1@aol.com I have found mixed information about James Sanderson. Just starting research to try and locate James Sanderson in PA and KY. He came to Adams Co. OH and then to Fayette Co. OH. He may have had a brother, Alexander Sanderson, who settled in Highland Co. OH, but died around 1801. Alexander's grandson later gave historical info in "History of Ross and Highland Counties" on page 443 that said Alexander came from Scotland and settled first in PA, then KY, then came to Ross Co. OH where he soon died and his will was the first one probated in that county. James Sanderson, Sr. died about 1841. I have a copy of his will. His son, Alexander, died in 1840 according to wife, Mary, on her pension application (war of 1812). There seems to be no probate record for this Alexander, nor for his wife, Mary. ***************************************** INFORMATION FROM MARLYN HOWARD WILT, famtrees@juno.com He believes that James Sanderson came with a McKillip family from VA/NC via KY, thence into OH. He spent 3 weeks in Ireland and is convinced he did not come from County Cork, but sailed from County Cork. He believes he was probably from County Cavan or near that region, a part of which is now in Northern Ireland. He also says a Dr. Wm Sanderson 1825-1866 was a Union Civil War surgeon in Iowa and Missouri. He died in Union County, OH. He is a son of James Sanderson (a 2nd James) and Sarah Barbara(y) Newman. ************************************ Have picture of his tombstone: James Sanderson, Senior, died Jan 30 1841. Aged about 79 years. ********************************* THOSE WRITING TO SANDERSON GENFORUM: Marlyn Howard Wilt, famtrees@juno.com Sheila Heaton, shotglassshelly@yahoo.com Diane Glodoski, idabdian@inpress.ent *************************** Karen Conley (klconley@webtv.net) says (4/02) she's found James on the tax lists in Boubon County, KY in the late 1700's and on the tax lists in Adams County, OH in 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810. **************** NOTE FROM KAREN CONLEY (klconley@webtv.net) While I can't be 100 percent certain that the James Sanderson on the tax list in Bourbor County, KY, is our James Sanderson, I feel almost certain that this is him, as living very close to him is William Moorman. Supposedly, William Moorman married Mary Sanderson in KY, then they and the Sandersons traveled north to Ohio. James Sanderson, Sr., is on the tax lists in Adams County, OH, for the years 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810. All of William and Mary Moorman's children were born in Adams County, including my ggg grandfather, Thomas Moorman, who stated in his military record that he was born in Adams County, but shaved ten years off his age in order to be able to enlist. ************************ Karen Conley has also come across an Alexander Sanderson who died in Ross County, OH, in 1805. Could be James' brother. ********************************* 1812 SOLDIERS . ROSTER OF OHIO SOLDIERS IN WAR OF 1812 99 Palm 144-145. Vol. 1, ROLL OF CAPT. LEMUEL CONNELLY'S C0MPANY (County Unknown). . Served from July 28, until September 5, 1813. Sergt. James Sanderson Sanderson, Alexander ***************** 1820 Census Index _ Adams County Ohio _ Jefferson Township Sanderson, John
    Change Date: 14 Jul 2004 at 20:59:16 ********************** Father: SANDERSON b: in Probably Ireland ****************************** Marriage 1 Sarah Barbara NEWMAN OR NEUMAN b: ABT 1763 in Prob. Virginia
    Married: 1783 in , Chester, Pennsylvania
    Sealing Spouse:
    Children
    Mary SANDERSON
    John R. SANDERSON b: 5 Jul 1786
    Alexander N. SANDERSON b: ABT 1788 in , , Virginia
    James SANDERSON Jr. b: 1790 in ,,Pennsylvania?
    Rachel SANDERSON
    Hannah SANDERSON
    Harvey SANDERSON b: 22 Jun 1795 in Kentucky or Pennsylvania
    Henry N. SANDERSON b: 1806 in , Fayette or Adams, Ohio

    ~NOTE: http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Fayette/FayetteBioEarlySettlers.htm
    HISTORY OF FAYETTE CO., OH
    page 250
    JAMES SANDERSON,
    A Kentuckian, removed to Ohio with his family in 1812, settling on the Hite survey, No. 1,223, consisting of one thousand acres, in this county. Two of his sons, James and Aleck, were active participants of the war of 1812, at the close of which they returned to their home, and assisted in tilling the soil. One of the sons, Harvey, whose son now resides on the old homestead, assisted in cutting out the first roads of this vicinity. The family followed an old Indian trace when removing from Kentucky. The elder Sandersons have long since gone to that country from whose bourne no traveler returns. Harvey, sen., died in 1876. His wife is still living at the advanced age of eighty-six.

    ~NOTE: heritagequestonline.com
    BOOK: Chancery and Common Pleas Court records, Fayette Co., OH 1828-1878
    Pub. Heffelfinger's Office Services, Indiana, PA, 1957, 189 pages
    Page 40 - October Term 1845
    Harvey and James Sanderson, Admrs., with will attached of James Sanderson, Sr., dec'd. vs John Sanderson et al
    James Sanderson died in 1840 and left heirs - the above Harvey and James,
    Mary Moorman wife of William,
    Hannah Ryan wife of William,
    Henry Sanderson,
    Elizabeth Piles, wife of Jacob Piles,
    Barbara Cowan wife of David,
    Margaret Woodworth wife of Richard,
    John Sanderson,
    Mary Shaw wife of Alexander,
    Nancy Brammer wife of Jesse,
    John C. Sanderson,
    Mary Workman wife of William,
    Serena Sanderson,
    James Sanderson
    Mary Kimble wife of David
    Minors under 18 and 21
    Lathy Jane Sanderson wife of Allen Humble,
    Martha Sanderson,
    Alexander N. Sanderson
    Silas Sanderson.
    Mary Moorman, Hannah Ryan and Henry Sanderson have sold their interest to John Hidy.
    The Will of James Sanderson was made November 17, 1835;
    his wife was Barbara;
    daughter Mary wife of William Moorman;
    son John R. Sanderson, dec'd whose children are Elizabeth, Barbara, Syltha, James, Margaret, John, Mary, Lathy Jane and Martha;
    Son Alexander
    Son James
    Mary Wittey heir of Jonathon Wittey and daughter of Rachel Sanderson, daughter Hannah wife of William Ryan; son Harvey and son Henry. The Cowans and Shaws of Brown County, Ohio. The Piles, Woodworths, John and Martha Sanderson, Lathey Jane and Allen Humble are of Adams County, Ohio
    Ammended: The Brammers have sold their interest to Harvey Sanderson

    ~NOTE: heritagequestonline.com
    BOOK: Pioneer record and reminiscences of the early settlers and settlement of Fayette County, Ohio
    By Rufus Putnam, publ. Applegate, Pounsford & Co., Print., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1872, 121 pages
    Page 71
    Names given in by Hon. Charles Harrold, President Fayette Pioneer Association:
    ??????..H. Hidy, J. Hidy, Isaac Hidy.
  • Change Date: 2 Jan 2011 at 07:33:54



    Marriage 1 Sarah Barbara NEWMAN b: abt. 1763 in North Carolina
    • Married: ABT 1800 4
    Children
    1. Has Children Harvey SANDERSON b: 22 Jun 1795 in North Carolina
    2. Has No Children James, Jr. SANDERSON b: abt. 1797 in North Carolina
    3. Has Children Henry N. SANDERSON b: 1806 in Fayette Co., OH
    4. Has No Children Mary SANDERSON b: abt. 1808 in Fayette Co., OH
    5. Has No Children Hannah SANDERSON b: abt. 1810 in Fayette Co., OH
    6. Has No Children John R. SANDERSON b: abt. 1812 in Fayette Co., OH
    7. Has No Children Alexander N. SANDERSON b: abt. 1788 in Virginia
    8. Has No Children Rachel SANDERSON b: abt. 1822 in Fayette Co., OH

    Sources:
    1. Title: INTERNET - Familysearch
      Publication: familysearch.org
      Note: Sanderson Information from Susan Z. Beddes, 326 N 3425 W., West Point, UT 84015
      States that James was b. abt. 1775 in North Carolina.
    2. Title: INTERNET - Sanderson
      Author: Susan Beddes - sbeddes@hotmail.com
      Publication: worldconnect.rootsweb.com
      Text: Ancestors of Margaret Pansy Sanderson
      Note: States that James was born abt. 1762 in Corke, Ireland
    3. Title: INTERNET - Sanderson
      Author: Susan Beddes - sbeddes@hotmail.com
      Publication: worldconnect.rootsweb.com
      Text: Ancestors of Margaret Pansy Sanderson
    4. Title: INTERNET - Familysearch
      Publication: familysearch.org
      Note: Sanderson Information from Susan Z. Beddes, 326 N 3425 W., West Point, UT 84015. Could have been married in 1783, Chester Co., PA......

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