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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1895)
CARSON David Carson and Jean
(Oliver) Carbon were of Scotch ances
try, but both born in the North of
Ireland, he in 1750, she in 17C0. In
1781 he emigrated to America and im
mediately settled in Greencastlf, Penna.
He afterward visited Ireland, and "n
July 28, 1788, there married Jean
Oliver. The same year he returned
with his brid to Newcastle, where
both continued to reside untill death.
He died September 10, 1823, and she
died August 5, 1839. The quaint cer
titicate of good character brought to
this country in 1784 by Mr. Carson, and
signed by the "dissenting clergymen
and other inhabitants of the Parish of
Donaghadee and neighborhood of
Londonderry, Ireland," and the equally,
quaint marriage certificate of David
Carson and Jean Oliver certify thut
they "were bred and born of honest
dissenting parents, devoted to ye
covenanted work ot ye reformation."
Their children were William, Thomas,
Elizabeth, James Oliver, and David.
James Oliver Carson was born at Green
castle, Penna., February 4, 179G, and
died at Mercersburg June 14, 1870.
During a long and active life he was
prominent in the business and indus
trial life of southern Pennsylvania.
He was for many years an associate
judge of Franklin county, and a man
of influence and power in the section of
the county in which he tesided. On
January 2, 1821, he was married to
Rosanna Marshall White, by the Rev.
John Lind, at Hagerstown. Sho was
the great grand-daughter of John
White, an Englishman, who came to this
country about 1725, and settled in New
Jersey, Her grand-father, Peter
White, settled in Washington (then
Frederick) county, Maryland, and took
up a large tract of land, situated on
both banks of the now historic Antie
tam creek. There he married Mar
garet Stull, by whom he had eight
children. Their fourth son, John White
was a Eoldier in the war of the Revo
lution, and the father of Rosanna Mar
shall White. He married Ellen Will
iams, who was of Welsh ancestry, and
settled in the Ligonier valley, West
morland county, Penna., where Fos
anna Marshall White was born, Maj.2
1791 . She died at Mercersburg on Sep
tember 24. 1879. Their children were,
Ebenezer Erskin, Davin, Ellen Jane,
Elizabeth Erskin, James White and
John Lind. John Lind Carson was
born at Mercersburg Augtist 30, 1832,
and married Miss Mary Masters Ruly.
He settled in Nebraska in 1856, whore
he established the first banking house
in the (then) territory, and has since
resided and been engaged in banking.
the United States from the North of
Ireland prior to the Revolution. His
son, Robert, married Agnes Wilson
who although of the same name, was
not related, anJ settled near Stuck
Bhinny, Luzerne county, Penna., where
on Sept. 13, 1813 Wilson,
their son, was born. There he re
mained until 1832, when he removed to
Ohio, where he settled at Rome, in
Senecn county (now Fostoria). On
April 1. 1841, he married Mary Feasol,
of Seneca connty, daughter of Henry
and Jane Feasel. Their son, Henry H.,
was born January 1, 1854, and is the
eldest son and seventh child in a family
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STUART Donald Stuart emigrated
from Scotland during the early part of
the eighteenth century, and settled in
Rowley, Esex county, Mass., where he
died when nearly one hundred years
of age. One of his descendants, Charles
Stuart, was born in Sterliug, and there
spent the whole eighty four years of his
life. He was farmer by occupation, and
married Miss Elizabeth Moore, who
bore him several children. Their son,
Levi, was also born, reared, married, and
died at Sterling. He died in the early
part of the year 1875, his wife, Jane
Ames, having died twenty years before
1855. Their children were Alexander,
Ambrose P. S., Susan, Addison, Eliza,
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Chester, Hampden county Mass., a de
scendant of Phillip King, the first an
cestor of the family in America, who
came here in IG20. and settled at Taun
ton, Mass. Apollies was a young man
at the time of the Revolution, and was
commissioned captain in the state mil
itia by John Hancock, and later as ma
jor by Samuel Adams. The latter com
mission is now in tho hands of the rep
resentative of the family in Lincoln.
Apollies King married, and his son,
Thomas King, was born in Chester,
where he was reared, and in 1812 moved
to Onondaga county. New York, where
he took up land and became a farmer.
He married Submit James, who was
born in Northampton, Mass. Their son,
Chau irey J. King, was born in Otisco,
Onondaga count, where he married
Laura Miller, to whom were born 6even
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child, was born March 5, 1851.
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