_John BIDDLE _________________________________ | (1661 - ....) _John BIDDLE JR______| | (1695 - 1764) m 1715| | |_Mary JONES possible daughter of Robert Jones_ | (1665 - 1733) _Augustine BIDDLE NC Co DE_| | (1737 - 1774) | | | _Christopher MOUNCE __________________________+ | | | (.... - 1711) | |_Mary Mount MOUNCE __| | (1698 - 1738) m 1715| | |_Martha ______________________________________ | | |--Jacob BIDDLE | | ______________________________________________ | | | _____________________| | | | | | |______________________________________________ | | |_Ruth _____________________| | | ______________________________________________ | | |_____________________| | |______________________________________________
 [S176] Cecil Co Historical Library Family file:
Mary IRONS could be 1308?
 served as sergeant in Capt Henry Gale Company Maryland Artillery
 [S174] Ancestry.com
George Norman GILL
__ | _John DRUMMOND ______| | | | |__ | _John DRUMMOND _________| | (1819 - 1907) m 1847 | | | __ | | | | |_Hester REZOE _______| | | | |__ | | |--Sarah N DRUMMOND | (1849 - 1905) | __ | | | _____________________| | | | | | |__ | | |_Rachel Massey NEBAKER _| (1814 - 1895) m 1847 | | __ | | |_____________________| | |__
Living near Cecilton MD at the time of her mother death. Children mentioned in John Drummond Will
"The people of our town were shocked and saddened Tuesday morning when told of the sudden death of Mrs. Sarah N. Gill widow of the Late George N. Gill. Mrs. Gill had been unwell for several weeks, and it was thought she was improved, some of her daughters and friends remaining by her bedside until about 2 o'clock in the morning, when at her request they lay down to rest, being assured the patient was resting nicely, but when her daughter, Miss Ethel entered her bedroom at six o'clock in the morning, she was dead. She had passed away calmly and peacefully. Dr. Charles A Ritchie was summoned and pronounced her death from heart trouble. She had been dead about two hours when found.
Mrs. Gill was an earnest Christian lady, having united with the Methodist Episcopal Church many years ago, and it may be said, hers was a beautiful everyday truly Christian life, one that was spent so unselfishly in always thinking and doing for others, and her memory will ever be cherished by those with whom she had some in contact.
But it is the vacancy in her home where she will be the most missed, for there is nothing so beautiful, so strong in this world as a mother's love.
Mrs. Gill was born in Stanton, this State, in 1848, and spent most of her girlhood days at the "Willow Grove Mills," with her father, John Drummond, who still survives her, aged 87 years. She had one sister, the late Mrs. Wilbur Ellison, who is buried in the M E Cemetery.
She was married to Mr. George N. Gill on December 11th, 1878 by the Rev T E Martindale. Three Daughters, Misses Florence, Ethel and Mary, and two sons, Messrs. John and Norman are left to mourn her death." MT T
 [S73] Personal notes Harry A Diehl's letters to Jill Voshell
 [S6] Middletown Transcript
__________________________ | _____________________| | | | |__________________________ | _William ELBEN ______| | | | | __________________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | |__________________________ | | |--Karen ELBEN | | __________________________ | | | _Lonnie DAVIS _______| | | (.... - 1944) | | | |__________________________ | | |_Grace DAVIS ________| | | _Ira Vane VOSHELL ________+ | | (1867 - 1941) |_Lula VOSHELL _______| (1902 - ....) | |_Francis H (Fanny) COVEY _ (1868 - 1933)
 [S135] Personal notes Ruth Estella Voshell
dau William Smith Voshell
_ STEINSEIFER ________ | _father of John Daniel ,one of four sons STEINSEIFER _| | | | |______________________ | _John Daniel (Sr) STONESIFER _| | (1731 - 1813) m 1765 | | | ______________________ | | | | |______________________________________________________| | | | |______________________ | | |--Hannah STONESIFER | (1787 - 1867) | _Christian YINGLING __ | | | _John YINGLING _______________________________________| | | (1719 - ....) | | | |_Susanna (maybe) _____ | | |_Maria Elizabeth YINGLING ____| (1744 - 1821) m 1765 | | _Christophel BANKERT _ | | |_Margaretha Elenore BANCKERT _________________________| | |_Anna Eva ____________
She was the youngest and last surviving child of the John Daniel Stonesifer family. It cannot be determined definitely is she was ever married. However, in the estate papers of her father, she is mentioned in one place as Hannah Stone, and there were Stones living in the same area as the Stonesifers. She lived at home with her parents, and after her father's death, took care of ther mother who continued to live on the home place until her death.
Some years after her mother's death, Hannah purchased some forty acres of land from Henry Routson who was married to the daughter of her sister Barbara. The tract was one which Henry had bought at the time of the sale of John Daniel Stonesifer's real estate in 1828 and was located in the area of the present day Mayberry in Carroll Co MD.
On this land which once belonged to her father, Hannah made a home not only for herself, but her daughter and her husband and their son lived there also. She died there at the age of 80 years, and among her possessions listed in an inventory after her death were a spinning wheel, a number of German books (items likely purchased many years before from her father's estate), and many beautiful quilts and coverlets. Apparently she was a seamstress of very considerable ability and creativity. She was a lifelong member of St Mary's Reforned congregation at Silver Run.
 [S14] "History and Genealogy of the Stonesifer Family of MD and PA"
Mary H FARRA
_Leonard VANDEGRIFT Revolutionary War Accountant_+ | (1756 - 1821) m 1778 _George VANDEGRIFT ______| | (1779 - ....) m 1802 | | |_Ruth SANKEY ____________________________________+ | (1759 - 1801) m 1778 _Leonard C VANDEGRIFT _| | (1821 - 1890) m 1848 | | | _Atkey R PENNINGTON _____________________________+ | | | (1759 - 1800) m 1781 | |_Sarah Atkey PENNINGTON _| | (.... - 1854) m 1802 | | |_Martha RYLAND remarries Leonard Vandergift______+ | (1759 - 1821) m 1781 | |--George W VANDEGRIFT | (.... - 1896) | _________________________________________________ | | | _________________________| | | | | | |_________________________________________________ | | |_Mary H PRITCHARD _____| (1830 - 1886) m 1848 | | _________________________________________________ | | |_________________________| | |_________________________________________________
 [S24] Journal of Susannah Elizabeth Vandegrift
 [S5] Tatnal Tombstone microfilm records 1930
 [S24] Journal of Susannah Elizabeth Vandegrift
_Draper VOSHELL _____+ | (1788 - 1845) _Draper VOSHELL _____| | (1820 - 1902) m 1843| | |_Mary SMITH _________+ | (1794 - 1826) _Draper VOSHELL _____| | (1845 - ....) | | | _____________________ | | | | |_Mary J WRIGHT ______| | (1815 - 1887) m 1843| | |_____________________ | | |--Henry Paylor VOSHELL | (1870 - ....) | _____________________ | | | _Isaac DENNEY _______| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Emma DENNEY ________| (1850 - ....) | | _____________________ | | |_Sarah TAYLOR _______| | |_____________________
1870 Census listed as Henry 2/12 DE
1880 Census list Henry age 10 DE GS of Draper 1/36/22/12
1880 not on 1880 Census at the residence of his father. He would have been 10. The mother's will 1887 leave the money that would have gone to his father to this grandson.
 [S88] DE Archives Probate File
 [S71] Turner Collection Micro-Fische
 [S143] DE Census 1870
 [S170] DE Census 1900