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Descendants ofJohn Jollie

Generation No. 1
1. John' Jollie was bom 1510. He married Margaret ????.
Notes for John Jollie:
John Jollie, living about the middle ofthe sixteenth century,
married "Margaret, daughter ofRanchey." Their first son died without
issue; their second son was Thomas Jollie, 2,of leek, in the county of
Stafford, and ofBuglawton, in Cheshire, w4io married (first) Margaret,
daughter ofLaurence Swettenham, of Someford, county od Chester. They
had a son, William Jollie, bom in 1574, ofBothoms, in Staffordshire;
and a son,Thomas Jollie, ofLeek, in the county ofStafford, who was
lord mayor ofLondon in 1615, whose son was Sir John Jolliffe, of
London.
"Laurence Swettenham,the 29th ofHenry the Eighth(1538),died 21st of
Elizabeth (1579),when not forty years ofage. Will was probated Jan.
1597-8. His wife was Elizabeth, daughter and heiress ofJohn Oldfield,
ofSutton, near Macclesfield. His children were
Edmund,Anthony,Annie,Elizabeth,Jane,Margaret,Mary,Katherine,Alice,
Frances,Eleanor,Margery,and Ursula. He was a man ofprominence." "Sir
William Jolliffe(son of William ofBothoms) married Mary, daughter of
Ferdinando, the sixth earl ofHuntington. They left one daughter and
heir ,Mary,who married viscoimt Vane ofireland, through whom the
Jolliffes acquired Caresweel Castle." "In Careswell Churdi is a
monument, erected to the manory of William de Careswell, the builder of
the castle. It bears the following inscription: 'Wilhelmus de
Careswellus.' This is at the head; surrounding it is this distich in
Latin, wiiich, whra Anglicized, reads:
T built this castle with its rampiers round
For the use ofthe living, who are under ground.*
"The following lines have since be^ added,-namely:
'William ofCareswell, here lye I,
That built this castle and the pools h^e by;
William ofCareswell, here thou mayest lye;
But thy Castle is down and thy pools are dry.* **
Children ofJohn Jollie and Margaret ???? are:
2. i. THOMAS^ JOLLIE(JOLLI).
ii. RICHARDJOLLIE(JOLLI).
ill. Henry jollie(Jolli).
Generation No. 2
2. Thomas^ Jollie (Jolli) (John^ Jolue) He married Margaret Swettenham.
Children ofThomas Jollie (Jolli) and Margaret Swettenham are:
3. i. Thomas^ jolliecjolli).
4. ii. WILLIAM JOLLIE (JOLLl), b. 1584; d. June 11, 1669.
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3. Thomas^ Jollie(Jolli) (Thomas^ Jollie (Jolu), John^ Jolue) He married <UiwAMED>.
Notes for Thomas Jollie(Jolli):
Thomas Jolli, ofLeek ,Staffordshire (who was Lord Mayor ofLondon
,1615,and whoseson, Sir John Jolles of London, b. 6/23/1606, was
alderman. Sir John, in turn had a son. Sir William Jolliflfe,who was
knighted for building the London Bridge.
Child ofThomas Jollie(Jolli) and is;
5. i. Sir John" jolles, b. July 23, 1606.
4. William^ Jollie (Jolli) (Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bom 1584, and diedJune 11,1669. He married
Annie Webb.
Children of WilliamJollie (Jolli) and Annie Webb are:
i. SIR WILLIAM'* JOLLIFFE.
ii. Elizabeth jolliffe, m. Roland Hill.
Notes for ELIZABETH JOLLIFFE:
Married Roland Hill
6. iii. Thomas jolliffe, b. 1617, Stafforshlre, England; d. October 23, 1693, Staffordshire, England.
Generation No. 4
5. Sir John'*Jolles (Thomas^ Jolue(Jolu), Thomas^ Jouje(Jouj), John^ Jolue) was bom July 23, 1606.
He married <Unnamed>.
Notes for Sir John Jolles:
(fed son ( Sir William Jolliffe ) v/ho was Knighted for building the
London Bridge.
Child of Sir Jolles and is:
i. Sir William^ jolliffe.
Notes for SIR WILLIAM JOLLIFFE:
Was Knighted for building the London Bridge.
6. Thomas^ Jolliffe (Williak^ Jolue (Jolu), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom 1617in Stafforshire,
England, and died October 23, 1693 in Staffordshire, England. He married Margaret Skinner 1637 in
Staffordshire, Englan. She was bom 1617 in Staffordshire, England, and died January 06,1646/47 in
Staffordshire, England.
Children ofThomas Jolliffe and Margaret Skinner are:
i. William^ Jolliffe, d. Age 13.
Notes for WILLIAM JOLLIFFE:
Died age 13
More About WILLIAM JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Age 13
ii, Thomas Jolliffe, d. Age 17.
Notes for THOMAS JOLLIFFE:
Died age 17
More About THOMAS JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Age 17
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Hi, BENJAMIN (English HEIR) JOLLIFFE.
iv. Annie jolliffe, m. Alexander felton.
Notes for ANNIE JOLLIFFE:
Married Alexander Felton
V. Margaret jolliffe, m. filson bruin.
Notes for MARGARET JOLLIFFE:
Married Filson Bruin. Then Filson next married Mary Lowe, ofNewark,
Gloucester Co. Mary died 1663.
7. vi. John (American HEIR) Jolliffe, b. 1642, Coflon Hall (England); d. 1716, Norfolk CO., Virginia.
Generation No. 5
7. John (American heir) Jolliffe (Thomas^, Wiluaa^ Jollie (Jolu), Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bom 1642
in Cofton Hall (England), anddied 1716 in Norfolk co., Virginia. Hemarried Mary Rigglesworth 1665 in
Norfolk Co., Virgini. Shewasbom 1645 in Yorkshire, England, and died 1704 in Norfolk Co., Virginia..
Notes for John (American heir) Jolliffe:
Makes will on 3-22-1776 / 5-6-1777 states his wife, Mary and unbom
child, Mentions children but only a son John named. Extrx: Wife ,Mary.
Children of John Jolliffe and Mary Rigglesworth are:
i. JOHN JOLLIFFE, b. Western branchVElizabeth river.
ii. THOMASJOLLIFFE, b. Western branch\Elizabeth river.
iii. Peter jolliffe, b. Western branchVElizabeth river.
iv. Sarah jolliffe, b. Western branch\Elizabeth river.
Notes for SARAH JOLLIFFE:
Married Henry Lowe
V. ELIZABETH JOLLIFFE, b. Western branchVElizabeth river; m. THOMAS HASGOOD.
Notes for ELIZABETH JOLLIFFE:
Married Thomas Hasgood
vi. Mary Jolliffe, b. Western branchVElizabethriver; m. JOHNBACON.
Notes for MARY JOLLIFFE:
Married John Bacon
8. vii. JOESPH JOLLIFFE, b. 1663, Western branchVElizabethriver; d. 1750, Nansemond Co., VA
Generation No. 6
8. JoESPU^ Jolliffe (John (AmericanHEiR)^, Thomas^, WiiuAhP Jolue (Jolu), Thoma^, John^ Jolue)
bom 1663 in Westem branchVElizabeth river, and died 1750 in Nansemond Co., VA. He married (1) Ruth
Bishop 1694 in Norfolk Co., Va, daughter of William Bishop and Mary Bishop. He married (2)
Elizabeth(or Alice or Elisa) 1732.
Notes for Joesph Jolliffe:
Joesphwas bom at his fethershouseon the westembranch of the
Elizabeth river,Norfolkcoimty,Virginiaabout 1663. About 1694-1695he
married Ruth ? Had a son William Sr. Jolliffe, and there
were others but no records.
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Education: Joesph waswell educated andwas eitho" a lawyer or heldsome office
Children ofJoESPH Jolliffe and Ruth Bishop are:
9. i. WILLIAM Jolliffe' sr., b. 1699, Western brandi\Elizabeth river; d. 1765, Frederick Co., Va.
ii. JOESPHJOLLIFFE, b. 1700; d. 1808.
iii. JOHNJOLLIFFE, b. 1716, Norfolk Co., VA..
iv. James Jolliffe, b. 1719, Vir^ia; d. 1778,NorfolkCo., Va,(Portsmouth).
Generation No. 7
9. William JOLLIFFE^ Sr. (JoESPf^ Joluffe, John (Americanheir)\ Thomas/^, Wiluai^ Jolue (Jolu),
Thomas\ John^Jolue) wasbom 1699 in Westem branch\Elizabeth river, anddied 1765 in Frederick Co., Va.
He married Phebe Neale 1719 in Norfolk Co., Va..
Notes for WilliamJolliffe Sr.:
Was bom at his fothers plantationon the westembranch of the
Elizabethriver, Norfolkcounty, Virginia ,about 1695. WilliamSr. was
carefullyeducated and trained to the profession of law. Govemor
Spottswood ,of Virginia, wasencouraging the settlement of the westam
territories ofhie vast domain. William followed this tide after
marryinghis wifePhoeby 1 about 1720. In Spottsylvania, the
courts were formed May 1,1721. The first court sat at Germanna on Aug.
1,1722. Shortlyafter its establishment there was an indian massacreof
the town of Germanna. Orange countywas formedin 1734from
Spottsylvania and in 1738 Frederick countywas formed from Orange.
However it was not until 10-2-1743 that Govemor Gooch issued an order
for the formation ofthe courts ofFrederick county. At the opening of
the court, WilliamJolliffe ,Sr. was among the very &st to enroll as a
lawyer. He and four others rolled on Friday 1-13-1744. In 1763,
William Jolliffe frieda court action against the fomousDavid Crockett
, who then resided in Frederick county.
This man William and his wife Phoeby, moved to the vallQ' of Virginia
prior to 1743.Alongwith them came their sons WilliamJr., James,
Edmund, and possiblya son John. ThQ^ settled in Fredarick County, Va.
, near Winchester. OfJohn we have no record and cannot be sure he
existed. The other 3 children were involved with the Society ofFriends
(Quaker Church)andtheir records are thereindocumented. Edmundnever
married and diedyoung. James was later disowned by the QuakerChurch,
probably for marrying outside of the church, Hannah Springer. James and
Hannah , shortlyafter their marriage, movedto FayetteCounty,
Pennsylvania, near Uniontown. WilliamJr., stayedin the area of
Winchester and married frrst ,Lydia Hollingsworth (widowof John Ross)
, and second, Elizabeth Walker.
A. James and Hannah had 6 children. In the order ofage th^ were (1)
Williambom 1761, (2) Ann, (3) Drew, (4) Elizabeth , (5) John ,bom
1768and (6) Margaret, bom 1770. Ann never married. Drew, Elizabeth
, and Margaret died in infencyand wwe never includedin Jameswill
James died inl771 leaving William and John, and his sons. William
married Catharine Collins, had 6 children, moved to Monongolia County
, near Morgantown in 1790, and in Morgantown had 6 more children. Of
John we have no record.
B.WilliamJr., and Lydia Hollingsworthhad as their frrst diild, a son
John. John entered the military service in the RevolutionaryWar and
becamea Captain. Wewill refer to him as Capt. John Jolliffe. William
Jr. and his second wife, Elizabeth Walker, had as one oftheir
children, Mary Jolliffe. Mary later married Robert Higgins and moved ^
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bountyin 1799. In 1800, that area becameClermontcounty. In 1818,
that same area becameBrowncounty. Robert Higgins was the founderof
Higginsport, Ohio. Robert and Mary(JolliflFe) Ihggins had as onechild
, Lydia Higgins. Lydia married Thomas L. Hamer who was an early
Senator from that state. It was Thomas Ifemer who appointed Ulysus Grant
to West Point which started Grant on a career that took him to the
Presidency ofthe United States.
More About William Jolliffe Sr.:
Burial: Hopewell Grounds in Clearbrook
Occupation: Lawyo-
Children of William Sr. and Phebe Neale are:
i. JOHNEDMUND' JOLLIFFE, b. 1719, Spotsylvanla Co., Va.; d. 1759, Frederick Co., Va..
10. ii. JAMES JOLLIFFE, b. 1720, Spotsylvania Co., VA; d. August 27, 1771, Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA.
11. iii. WILLIAM JOLLIFFE JR., b. Januaiy 01,1720/21, Norfolk co., Va,; d. April 18,1770, Frederick Co.,
VA(Hope).
Generation No. 8
10. James^ JoLLiVFE (fViLUAMJoLUFFE^ Sr., JOESPfJ^ JOLUFFE. John (AmericanThomas!^, Wiluaa^
JOLUEfJOLU), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom 1720 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died August 27,1771 in
Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA.. He married Hannah Springer March 1759 in Frederick Co., Virginia, daughter
ofDennis Springer and Ann Prickett. She was bom November 06, 1739 in Evansham, Burlington Co., New
Jersey, and died Abt. 1820 in Johnson County, IN.
Notes for James Jolliffe:
James' will is located in Frederick Co. VA.
Early in life he joined the SocietyofFriends (Quaker Church) but he was disowned3-26-1759 for marrying
outside the Society. James purchased 353 acres on September 5, 1769 fromhis brother-in-law, Josiah Springer.
Shortly after this, however, James and Hannah were in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. James died young in
1771. He is buried at the "Old Cemetery" at the edge ofUniontown.
He married Hannah Springer (daughter ofJosiah Springer, granddaughter ofDennis Springer) about 1759-
1760. Shortlythere after thqr movedto Augusta county, Virginia * (in an area which becameMonongalia
county in 1776, and with the Mason-Dixon line part of Westmoreland county ,Pennsylvania, in 1779, and was
Fayette county, Pa. after 1783). They lived in the vicinity ofwhat is nowUniontown ,Pennsylvania. September
5,1769 James frther purchased 107 acres of land situated on Back Creek (in what is nowBerkl^r county,
Virginia.) fromHannah's frther and put the land in James name. James Jolliff (Jollifife) died late 1771and
widowremarried Charles Harryman, 1773. Th^ had a son Job (Harryman) bom 2-23-1774.
More About James Jolliffe:
Burial: Old Cem. nr Uniontown
Children ofJames Jolliffe and Hannah Springer are:
12. i. WilliamJolliff, b. May 30, 176I, Near Uniontown, Pennsylvania; d. May 01, 1827.
ii. Ann Jolliff, b. August 15, 1762.
Notes for ANN JOLLIFF: MASY L UBIAIY
Never married WA iSD
iii. DREWJOLLIFF.b. September02,1764. "^^^8
iv. Elizabeth jolliff, b. June 16, 1766.
13. V. JOHN JOLLIFFE SR., b. July 06,1768, Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; d. September 13, 1850, Hensley, Johnson
Co., IN.
vi. MARAGRET Jolliff, b. October 23,1770.
11. William Jolliffe' Jr. (WilliamJoluffe'^ Sr., Joesph^ Joluffe, John (Americanheir)^ Thomas^,
WiUAAh^ Jolue(JOLU), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom Januaiy 01,1720/21 in Norfolk co., Va., and died
April 18,1770 in Frederick Co., VA.(Hope). He married (1) Elizabeth Walker. He married (2) Lydia
HollingsWORTH September 1750, daughter of Stephen Hollingsworth and Anne. She died December 30,
1759.
Child of William Jr. and Elizabeth Walker is:
14. i. Mary' jolliffe.
Children of William Jr. and Lydia Hollingsworth are;
15. ii. JOHN(CAPTAIN)' JOLLIFFE, b. June 18, 1751, Frederick county , Virginia; d. 1777.
iii. PHOEBYJolliffe IST, b. December 15, 1752; d. June 1754.
iv. Gabriel jolliffe, b. May 19, 1755; d. December 22, 1762.
V. PHOEBY jolliffe2ND, b. Februaiy 12, 1758; m. MORDECAI YARNELL, April 05, 1775.
Generation No. 9
12. William^ Jolliff (Jame^ Jolliffe, WiluamJoluffe^ Sr., Joesph^ Joluffe, John (Americanheir)^,
Thomas^, Williai^ Jollie (Jolu), Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bom May 30, 1761 in Near Uniontown,
Permsylvania, and died May 01,1827. He married (1) Charity Prickett. He married (2) Catherine
Collins August 01,1779. She was bom 1761, and died 1804 in Monogalia County, Va.
Notes for William Jolliff:
William (2), son ofJames and Hannah (Springer) Jolliffe, was bom near Uniontown, Pransylvania, May 30,
1761, the eldest of the six children of his parents. Soon after his first marriage he moved to Monogalia Coimty,
West Virginia, then a county ofthe old state, and took up his residence in the wild and beautiful region at the
mouth of Paw Paw creek on the banks ofthe Monogahela river, there his first wife Catherine, died in 1804. He
was a man of strong convictions and deeply patriotic feelings and when the war of 1812 broke out, as a result of
the tyrannical aggressions of Great Britian, he threw himself with ardor into the conflict. From the wounds he
received in this service he suffered to the end of his days, being accorded a pension in recognition of its cause.
He was interred in the burying ground which according to the old custom formed part of the "Willey Farm" near
Rivesville, in what is now Marion County, West Virginia. He married (first), August 1,1779 Catherine, sister
of Joseph Collins. After her death in 1804 he marries (second) Charity Pickett, with whom he lived until his
death, May 1, 1827.
From the book entitled "Upper Monongahela Valley", pages 390 to 395.
William fought in the Revolutionary War is recognized by the DAR for this.
Children of William Jolliff and Catherine Collins are:
I. JAMES'o JOLLIFFE, b. July 17, 1780; m. DRUSILLA PRICKETT.
Notes for JAMES JOLLIFFE:
Married Drusilla Prickett Mar. 5 , 1801 MonongoliaCo., Va.
ii. William jolliffe, b. July 25, 1781.
iii. JOHNJOLLIFFE, b. July 20, 1783.
iv. THOMASJolliffe, b. November 15, 1785.
V. Hannah jolliffe, b. July 05, 1787.
vi. AARONJOLLIFFE, b. September 15, 1789.
vii. AMOSJolliffe, b. July 06,1791.
viii. Levi jolliffe, b. September 02, 1793.
ix. ELIZABETHJOLLIFFE, b. May 20, 17%.
X. JOSEPHJOLLIFFE, b. May 20, 1798.
xi. JOB Jolliffe, b. June 15,1800.
xii. NATHAN JOLLIFFE, b. May 03, 1802.
^ 13. John Jolliffe^Sr. (Jame^ Jolliffe, WilliamJolliffe'' Sr., Joesph^ Joluffe, John(Americanheii^^,
Thomas^, Williai^ Jolue (Jolu), Thomas\ John^ Jollie) was bom July 06,1768 in Fayette Co.,
Pennsylvania, and died September 13, 1850 in Hensley, Johnson Co., IN. He married Eleanor Hoult April
08, 1788 in Monongalia Co., West Virginia, daughter ofJohn Hoult and Elizabeth Shircliffe. She was
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bomFebruary 25,1771 inMonongalia County, West Virginia, anddied September 14,1851 inTrafelgar,
Johnson Co, IN.
Notes for John Jolliffe Sr.:
Married about 1788 John Jolliffe on 6-17-1792, sent Jeremiah Horskins
as a subtitutefor military service. John (Sr.) went to Woodford
county,KentucIq' and purchased 197.5 acresof land in Adamsco.,Ohio
from Samuel and Jane Stevensonon sept. 2-1814 . Within 25 days, Sept
27,1814 John and Elnour ,with Uriah Springer as justice ofthe peace
jSold the southem 47.5 acres to Isaac Prickett. Abraham Prickett
,nephewof IsaacPrickett, was a witness to the transaction.This land
became a part of Brown co., Ohio,withits formation in 1818.This land
,plus30 acresmoreadjoining onthe northpurchased in 1832 , remained
in the possession of Jon until soldto JoshuaMefford, Sept. 8,1835
Isaac ftickett was one of3 brothers and sisters (and their husbands)who
movedto Ohio prior to 1800. Capt. JacobPrickett had 11childrwi in
all. The above named Prickett children Mio married into the Jolliffe
femilywereof one of Isaac'sbrotha*s (JacobPrickettJr.) whodid not
move to Ohio.A younger brother ofElnour Hoult Jolliffe, Elisha Hoult,
married Dorothy Prickett, also a child ofJacob Prickett Jr..
William, brother ofJohn Jolliffe, Sr. as I have previously stated,
married Catharine Collins. Their oldest son, James Jolliffe married
Drusilla Prickett, a daughter ofJosiah Prickett, anoth^ ofIsaac
Prickett's brothers who did not move to Ohio. Upon the death of
Catharine Collins, William Jolliffe married the widowofJosiah
Prickett, Charity (taylor) Prickett. Josiah and Charity had a son John
Prickett who married a Mary Jolliffe. Mary Jolliffe's parents are
unknown, but the marriage inidcates that another Jolliffe femily must
have lived in the area of Morgantown, Va. in the late 1700's.
All ofJohn and Elnour's children bom before 1810 were bom in ,or
near Morgantown, Virginia (now W.Va.), as fw John and Elnour moved to
Adams Co., Ohio in 1810. Their last 4 children (Drusilla, Raphael,
Job, and Rachel) were bom in Adams Co., Ohio in a section which
became Brown county in 1818.
Between the dates 1825 and 1835 , we have John Jolliffe ,Sr. ,son of
James and I&nnah Jolliffe living in JeffersonTownship, Brown Co.,
Ohiojust a fewmiles east of wfrat is nowRusselville, Ohio. Wehave
John Jolliffe, Jr., son ofJohn Jolliffe ,Sr. ,living in Eagle
township, BrownCo.,Ohiowith his wifeNancySquires. Wehave John
Jolliffe, s(Mi ofWilliam Jolliffe and wife Rebeck Neill, living in
Clermont Co. ,Ohio, as a lawyer Mio often had buisness in Georgetown
3rown Co. ,Ohio. This last John Jolliffe married Synthelia McClure of
Clermont Co. Sept. 23 , 1835 . There were so many John, James, and
William Jolliffe'srunning around Virginia and Ohio in the late 1700's
and early 1800'sthat it is difficult fromthe records to keep them
straight.
Where I have previouslynoted an intermingling offemiliesby marriage
in the area ofMorgantown, Va.(nowW .Va.), it is interesting to note
the intermingling of families by marriage in Ohio. Margaret Jolliffe
married Reason Slack. Job Jolliffe married Catharine Slack. John Slack
married Susan Bowler. Enoch Jolliffe married Catharine Bowler. The
widow of Samuel Herrick ,Catharine (Molloy) HOTrick mother in -law of
Raphael Hoult Jolliffe, married WilliamOrmakirke Bowler, as a second
marriage for each. WilliamBowler was undoubtablythe fether ofSusan
and Catharine Bowler All these marriages took place in the area ofBrown
and Clermont counties, in Ohio.
Children ofJohn Sil and Eleanor Hoult are: PVELIC OBIAKY
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i. James H0ULT'JOLLIFFE, b. July 17, 1789, Monogalia County, West Virginia; d. February 10,1831,
Wetzel Co., West Virginia;m. MARY DRUSILLA PRICKETT, December 14,1811, MonongaliaCo., West
Virginia.
Notes for JAMES HOULT JOLLIFFE:
Married Maiy Prickett on 12-17-1811, in Monongalia co.Va.(now W. Va.)
By the U.S. Census, this femily ^parently moved to Brown oo.,Ohio
between 1820 and 1830.
ii. Elizabeth JOLLIFFE, b. February21,1791, MonongaliaCo., West Virginia; d. April 24,1867, Marion
Co., West Virginia; m. RICHARD PRICKETT, 1810, MonongaliaCo., West Virginia.
Notes for ELIZABETH JOLLIFFE:
Married Richard Prickett ,son ofJacob Prickett Jr. ,1810, in
Monongalia co. ,Va.
More About ELIZABETH JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Prickett cem. #2 Fairmont, co.
iii. ANNE JOLLIFFE, b. September 21,1792, MonogaliaCo., West Vir^a; d. April 21, 1793.
More About ANNE JOLLIFFE:
Cause ofDeath: infant
iv. JOHNSHIRCLIFFE JOLLIFFE, b. January 19, 1794, Monogalia Co., West Virginia; d. September 15, 1846,
(ferm) Madisonburg, Wayne, Ohio; m. NANCY SQUIRES.
Notes for JOHN SHIRCLIFFE JOLLIFFE:
Married NancySquires 5-28-1819. Movedto Browmco. ,Ohio by 1820. from
W.Va.
16. V. ENOCH JOLLIFFE, b. December 20, 1795, Frederick, Marion Co., VA; d. September 06,1872, Huntington,
Johnson County, OH.
vi. HANNAH JOLLIFFE, b. November 21,1797, Monogalia Co., West Virginia; m. ABRAHAM PRICKETT.
Notes for HANNAH JOLLIFFE:
Married Abraham Prickett son Jacob Prickett Jr. 5-22-1814. Uriah
Springer as Justice ofthe Peace.
vii. Mary JOLLIFFE, b. July21,1799, MonogaliaCo., West Virginia;d. August 28,1823, Monogalia Co., West
Virginia; m. David MORGAN, March 08, 1821, MonongaliaCo., West Virginia.
Notes for MARY JOLLIFFE:
Married David Morgan. This Mary was to youngto have been the same one
who married John Prickett.
viii. WILLIAM JOLLIFFE, b. Oaober 17,1801, Monogalia Co., West Vir^nia.
Notes for WILLIAM JOLLIFFE:
Died as an in&nt
More About WILLIAM JOLLIFFE:
Cause ofDeath: infant
ix. WOODBRIDGE JOLLIFFE, b. November 26,1802, Monogalia Co., West Virginia; m. HANNAH LANE.
Notes for WOODBRIDGE JOLLIFFE:
Married Hannah Lane 1-8-1829 in Brown Co., Ohio .Joesph Stableton
Justice ofthe Peace.
Fact #2:1 have the marriage records ofWoodbridgeJolliffe to a Hannah
Lane in Brown County, Ohio January 8, 1829 .1 have the marriage
recordof Raphael Jolliffeto Priscilla Herrickin BrownCoimty, Ohio,
August 24, 1834. These two had to have parents. Whowere they ?
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X. Margaret JOLLIFFE, b. March 15, 1805, MonogaliaCo., West Virginia; m. REASON SLACK.
Notes for MARGARET JOLLIFFE:
Married Reason(Regie ?) SlackAug. 12,1824in BrownCo. ,Ohio. This is
the JollifFe ancestor ofHarold Boles.
xi. ELEANOR JOLLIFFE, b. April 13, 1807, Monogalia Co., West Virginia;m. THOMAS DOWNING.
Notes for ELEANOR JOLLIFFE:
Married Thomas Downing 2-20-1838
xii. SARAH JOLLIFFE, b. August 19, 1809.
Notes for SARAH JOLLIFFE:
Died as a infant
More About SARAH JOLLIFFE:
Cause ofDeath: in&it
xiii. DruSILLA JOLLIFFE, b. Januaiy 06,1811.
17. xiv. Raphael HOULT JOLLIFFE, b. April 26, 1812, Brown Co. Ohio; d. August 18, 1885, ?.
XV. JOBJOLLIFFE, b. July 10, 1814; m. CATHARINE SLACK.
Notes for JOB JOLLIFFE:
Married Catharine Slack Sept. 14, 1834 in Brown Co. ,Ohio, with Joesph
Stableton as Justice ofthe Peace.
xvi. Rachel JOLLIFFE, b. November 30,1817.
Notes for RACHEL JOLLIFFE:
Died as a in&nt
More About RACHEL JOLLIFFE:
Cause ofDeath: inuit
14. MaryJOLLIFFE (WiluamJoluff^ Jr., WilliamJoluffe^ Sr.. JoESPifiJoluffe, John (Americanheir)^,
Thomas^, Wiluaa^ Jolue (Jolu), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) She married Robert Higgins.
Notes for Mary Jolliffe:
Married Robert Higgins 3-7-1797 by Rev. Alexander Balmain . Robert was
the founder of Higginsport, Ohio.
Child ofMary Jolliffe and Robert Higgins is:
i. LYDIA'O higgins, m. THOMAS L. HAMER.
Notes for THOMAS L. HAMER:
Thomas L. Hamer was an early Senator ofOhio. He also appointed Ulysus
Grant to West Point which started Grant on a career that took him to the
PresidenQf ofthe United States.
15. John (Captain) Jolliffe (WiujamJoluff^ Jr., WiluamJoluffe^ Sr., Joesph^ Joluffe. John
(AmericanHEiR)^, Thomas^^, WiluakP Jolue(Jolu), Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bom June 18,1751 in
Frederick county, Virginia, and died 1777. HemarriedMary Dragoo. ShewasbomOctober 17,1751.
Notes for John (Captain) Jolliffe:
CaptainJohn diedearlyin 1777of small-poxvriiile still in the military
service and neva*having seen his second son, William. For his military
service ,his femily was awarded, by the state ofVirginia, 2,667 acres
of land in Ohio. ? The heirs are known to have paid taxes on this land
as late as 1801. Some was later sold by heirs, but most was lost to
squatters. Today, the city ofChillicothe resides on this land.
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More About John (Captain) Jolliffe:
Cause ofDeath: Small-pox
Children ofJohn Jolliffe and Mary Dragoo are:
18. i. JOHNJr.'" jolliffe, b. February 21, 1775.
19. ii. William jolliffe, b. September 21,1776.
Generation No. 10
16. Enoch'o Jolliffe (JohnJoluff^ Sr., Jame^ Jolliffe, WiujamJoluffe' Sr., Joesph^ Joluffe, John
(AmericanHEiR)\ Thomas!^, Williaa^ Jolue(Jolu), Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bom December 20,1795 in
Frederick, Marion Co., VA, and died September06,1872 in Huntington, JohnsonCounty, OH. He married
Catherine J. Bowler April 27,1817 in Adams County, OH, daughter of William Bowler and Sarah
Hillman. She was bom August 24,1797 in PA, and died May31, 1888in Johnson County, IN.
Notes for Enoch Jolliffe:
Married Catharine Bowler,April 27,1817 in Adams co., Ohio. Uriah
Springer as Justice ofthe Peace. See the book "THE SOLDIERYOF WEST
\^GINIA' by Virgil A. Lewis. Uriah Springs was awarded 4,666 acres of
land in Ohio for his service as captain.
More About Enoch Jolliffe:
Burial: Fugit TWP, E>ecatur Co., IN
More About Catherine J. Bowler:
Burial: Fugit TWP, IN
Marriage Notes for Enoch Jolliffe and Catherine Bowler:
Married by Uriah Springer as Justice ofthe Peace.
Children ofEnoch Jolliffe and Catherine Bowler are:
20. i. William OmsKIRKbowler' ' jolliffe, b. February 20, 1820, Ohio; d. September 25, 1881.
ii. Eli H. jolliffe, b. 1819, Indiana; d. Aft. 1867, .Franklin Cto., IN; m. (1) ARVILLA CX)LE, January 03,
1839, .Shelby Co., IN; b. February 23, 1820, .Shelby Co., IN; d. Bef. 1859; m. (2) SARAH RAMSEY, April
02, 1851, .Franklin Co., IN; b. Abt. 1831.
iii. James Hillman Jolliffe, b. 1821, Ohio; d. Aft. 1880, .Franklin Co., IN; m. JULIA ANNMiller, April
27,1862; b. Abt. 1840; d. Aft. 1880, Salt Creek, Franklin Co., IN.
iv. Sarah B. Jolliffe, b. 1823, Ohio; d. Indiana; m. LEUPP; b. Abt. 1823.
V. WOODBRIDGE W. jolliffe, b. July 02, 1825, 0H; d. July 13, 1893, .Decatur Co., IN.
More About WOODBRIDGE W. JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Fugit TWP, Decatur Co., IN
vi. SUSANAH ELMIRA JOLLIFFE, b. June 02, 1827, Ohio; d. June 23, 1879, Fugit TWP, Decatur Co., IN; m.
ENOCHMILLER, Abt. 1847; b. Abt. 1827.
vii. Joseph Jolliffe, b. January 07, 1829, Ohio; d. July 19, 1854.
More About JOSEPH JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Fugit TWP, Decatur Cto., IN
viii. Elizabeth C jolliffe, b. 1832, Ohio; d. Aft. 1873, .Decatur C^., IN.
ix. Jesse a jolliffe, b. May 25, 1838; d. October 30, 1840.
More About JESSE A JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Fu^t TWP, Decatur Co., IN
X. THOMAS JOLLIFFE, b. May 05,1840; d. December 20, 1840.
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xi. MALINDA M. JOLLIFFE, b. 1843, Indiana; d. Aft. 1867, ,Franklin Co., IN;m. EDWARD YOUNG, June26,
1864, ,Franklin Co., IN; b. Abt. 1843; d. .Franklin Co., IN.
17. Raphael Hoult'o Jolliffe (JohnJoluff^ Sr., Jame^ Joluffe, WilliamJoluff^ Sr, Joesph^
JoLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)\ Thomas*, WiluaaP Jolue(Jolu), Thomas^ John^Jolue) wasbomApril
26,1812inBrown Co. Ohio, anddied August 18,1885 in ?. Hemarried (1)Jane Davis. Hemarried (2)
Priscilla Herrick August 24, 1834, daughter of Samuel Herrick andCatherine Molloy. Shewasbom
July09,1816in Brown Co. Ohio, anddied April 17,1861 in Knox Co. Missouri.
Notes for Raphael Hoult Jolliffe:
MarriedPriscillaHerrick Aug. 24,1834 . UriahSpringeras Justiceof
the Peace in Brown Co. ,Ohio. Shortly after their marriage they moved to
Johnson Co. .Indiana.
In 1814, Raphael's fether, JohnJolliffe, Sr., madea trip to
Woodford Co. .Kentucky and purchaseda fermin Miat was then Adams Co.,
Ohio .fromSamuel Steveson. The purchase was completedSept. 2,1814. It
is presumed that this fium east of Russelville, Ohio.wasRapael's home
until his marriage to Priscilla Herrick on Aug. 24,1834.
Raphael andPriscilla soldtheir ferm landnorthof Hurdland, Missouri
, May 17,1854. On Jan. 25 ,1858Raphael purchased another fermwithin
1/2mile of the one sold 4 years earlia*. Bythe 1860craisus ofKnox Co.
,Mo., Priscilla's mother .Catharine Bowler, and her 1/2 broAer,
Samuel Bowler, were living in KnoxCo. ,Mo., with Priscilla's daughter
Mrs. Munns. Priscilla died 4-17-1861. At that time, Thomas H. Benton
,Sarah Margaret, and MaryArmMatildaas well, went to livewith Mrs.
Munns.Wemaynever knowMiy, unless it was to providefor his sons,
WilliamJames and Samuel Woodbridge, but Raphael Jolliffeon Aug. 26
,1861 ,after his wife's death, purchased another ferm 3 1/2 miles east
and a mile north ofthe town ofEdina .Missouri. Then on 1-8-1862
remarried a Jane Davis. In march of 1862, Samuel Woodbridge died.
Raphael and Jane soldthe frumeast and north ofEdina on Sept. 28,1863
. Raphael liveduntil Aug. 18,1885 . DavidFoxsaysRaphael fought with
the Union Army, in the Civil War .however, I have yet to ISnd a
confirming record.
As youcan seefrom the records only4 ( CatharineEllenor.MarthaJane
, WilliamJames and Thomas Boiton) lived to have descend^ts. William
James had only daughters from 2 known marriages. So, only Thomas R
Benton had descendents vdiich carried on the Jolliffe name.
Fact #3: Raphael usedthe name Woodbridge for 2 of his children; a boy
(Samuel Woodbridge) and a girl (HannahWoodbridge). The name Woodbridge
is, thwefore, a femilyname. Raphael and Woodbridge Jolliffowere
therefore, brothers.
Fact #4: Raphaelnamedhis first child, a girl, CatharineElleior.
Catharine was Raphael'smother in law. Raphaelnamed his first boychild
, John Samuel. Samuelwas Raphael'sfether in law. Ifwe reversethese
fects, Raphael's mother was Ellenor and his fether was John. Thus,
Raphael and Woodbridge Jolliffe werethe childrenof JohnJolliffe and
his wife, Ellenor Woodbridge.
Fact #5: The 1860 Census records of Knox County, Missouri, show
Raphael Jolliffeand his wife, Priscilla, werebothbom in Ohio. We
knowRaphael, fromthe HerrickGaiealogy, was bom April 26,1812 .
Thus we know that John Jolliffe and his wife, Ellenor Woodbridge, were
living in either Clerm(xit or Adams county, Ohio, as early as 1812.
Browncounty, Ohio, was formed in 1818fromClermont and Adams
Counties.
Hamiltoncounty, Ohio, was formedin 1790as an original county. Adams
countywas formed from Runilton in 1797. Clermont countywas formed from
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Hamilton in 1800. Since John Jolliflfe was living in an area which became
Brown County, he hadto livein eastmi Clermont or western Adams
county prior totheformation ofBrown Coimty. John most likely lived in
the eastern end of Clermont Countysince Samuel Herrickwas a surveyor
in Clermont County anddoingworknear PointPleasant as earlyas 1816
(2 years prior to the formation of Brown Co.).
Children ofRaphael Jolliffe and Priscilla Herrick are:
i. Catharine ELLENOR" jolliffe, b. September 18, 1835,Johnson Co., Indiana; d. October21,1914; m.
David MUNNS, January 16,1856; d. January 11, 1878.
Notes for CATHARINE ELLENOR JOLLIFFE:
Married David Munns 1-16-1856
ii. Elizabeth Hannah jolliffe, b. November 07, 1837; d. November 11, 1839.
iii. JOHN Samuel Jolliffe, b. October 24, 1839; d. October 24,1839.
iv. Martha Jane Jolliffe, b. August28, 1840;d. February20, 1904;m. ADAM (BARNEY) FOX.
Notes for MARTHA JANE JOLLIFFE:
Married Adam (Barney) Fox, 1861.
V. HANNAHWOODBRIDGE JOLLIFFE, b. June 05, 1842; d. 1842.
Notes for HANNAH WOODBRIDGE JOLLIFFE:
Died as a in&nt
vi. William James Jolliffe, b. March 26, 1843; m. Emily Lackey, December 13, 1866.
Notes for WILLIAM JAMES JOLLIFFE:
Married Emily Lack^ 12-13-1866
vii. Samuel WOODBRIDGE jolliffe, b. June 05, 1844; d. March 27, 1862.
viii. MARY ANN MATILDA JOLLIFFE, b. January 1847; d. October 1872; m. JOHN R NOBLETT, December 26,
1871.
Notes for MARY ANN MATILDA JOLLIFFE:
Married John R Noblett on 12-26-1871. Died Oct. 1872 after only 10
months ofmarriage. No know heir.
ix. REASON THOMAS JOLLIFFE, b. January 06, 1848; d. January 15, 1849.
X. NANCY MARIA JOLLIFFE, b. December 11, 1849; d. March 02,1854.
xi. Sarah Margaret Jolliffe, b. April 18,1852; d. October 03, 1876.
21. xii. THOMAS H. BENTON(I) JOLLIFFE, b. January24, 1855, KnoxCo. Missouri;d. September06, 1891, Edina
, Missouri.
18. }GmiK}^iOUA?E(JOHN(PaPTAIN)^, WILLIAMJOLUFF^ JR.. WILUAMJOLUFFET SR., JOESPH^ JOLUFFE.
John (Americanheir)\ Thomas!^, WiLUAAfi Jolue(Jolu), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom Febmary21,1775.
He married Frances Helm.
Notes for John Jr. Jolliffe:
John Jolliffe Jr. married Frances Helm on March 10 (19) ,1807 By Rev.
Alexander Balmain. John Jr. sold part his Ohio lands to a man named
Glaze and lost the rest to squatters. John Jr. and Frances( had 9
children) Mio all stayed in the east. It is interesting, but ofno value ^^
inestablishing our linage, that his second child, agirl named ^
Lavinia ,married Samuel Hopkins. Samuel was the brother ofJohn Hopkins ^
whofounded JohnHopkins University and Hospital of SilverSpring,Md.
Ifis 4th child was a John Jolliffe also. This John married Lucy Burwell
ofClarke Co. ,Va. His 8th child, Edward C. Jolliffe, married Virginia
Page, whose grandmother was Ann Lee Page, asister ofLight -Horse ^ _
HarryLee. ^
Fact #1 : The U.S. Census records ofBrown county, Ohio, shows a John
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Jolliffe in BrownCounty, Ohio in 1820. This was 5 years prior to the
&mous John JoIlifFe's move to Clermont County. Thus, there was at
least 2 John Jolliffe's involved in the early history ofBrown County
, Ohio. Anydescendents of a JohnJolliffe in the earlyOhiohistory had
to come from the non-femous John Jolliffe. Likewise, any Tombstone
records ofa John Jolliffe would have to be ofthe non-femous John.
Children ofJohn Jolliffe and Frances Helm are:
i. LAVINIA (2NDCHILD)'' JOLLIFFE, m. SAMUEL HOPKINS.
ii. JOHN(4THCHILD) JOLLIFFE, m. LUCY BURWELL.
iii. EDWARD C. (8TH CHILD) JOLLIFFE, m. VIRGINIA PAGE.
19. iOUAYFE (John (CAPTAINp, WlLUAMJOLUFF^ JR., WlLUAMJOLUFFE^ SR.. JOESPH^ JOLUFFE.
JOHN(AmericanHEiR)\ Thomas!^, Wiluaa^ Jolue (Jolli), Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom September 21,
1776. He married Rebecca Neill.
Notes for William Jolliffe:
William also sold part his Ohio lands and lost the rest to squatters.
Also had other children other than John, M^ich was the 3rd child.
Child ofWilliam Jolliffe and Rebecca Neill is:
i. JOHN (#3 OF WILLIAM)" JOLLIFFE, b. October30, 1804;m. SYNTHELIA McCXURE, September23, 1835.
Notes for JOHN(#3OFWILLIAM) JOLLIFFE:
This John Jolliffe ,moved to Ohio in 1825. John settled in Batavia
,Ciermontcounty, and read lawwith ThomasL. Hamer. In 1835he
married SyntheliaMcClureof ClermontCo.. Theyhad no children. This
John Jolliffe became somewhat femous so is prominent in the early
historyof Ohio. He spent most ofhis wealthas a lawyerfor negroes
fighting slavery, hi 1841, he moved to Cincinnati in an effortto find
courts moresympathetic to his anti-slavery fight. He later movedto
Washington D.C. wherehe pleadcasesbeforethe SupremeCfourt of the
U.S. and was instrumental in establishing United States Court ofClaims.
Generation No. 11
20. William Omskirk Bowler" Jolliffe (Enoch^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr, Jame^ Joluffe, WilliamJoluffe'^
Sr. JOESFlfi JOLUFFE. JOHN (AMERICANHEIR)^. THOMAS*. WlLUAA^ JOLUE(JOLU). TH0MAS\ JOHN^ JOLUE) was
bomFebruary 20, 1820 in Ohio, anddiedSeptember 25, 1881. Hemarried Sarah Parker September 17,1843
in Rush County, Indiana, daughter ofDaniel PARKERandDelila JAMES. ShewasbomMarch 15,1828in
Indiana, and died Septemb^ 24, 1870.
Children of William Jolliffe and Sarah Parker are:
22. i. OSIAH'2 Jolliff, b. 1854, Indiana; d. 1888, Osage River, Miller County, Missouri.
23. ii. REUBEN BAILEY JOLLIFF, b. March 25, 1856; d. April 28,1929.
iii. ELIZABETH J. JOLLIFF, b. October 12,1859.
iv. Lafayette f. jolliff, b. 1862.
V. ANDREW Jackson jolliff, b. April 16,1866.
21. Thomas R Benton (i)" Jolliffe (Raphael Hoult*^. JohnJoluff^ Sr. Jame^ Joluffe. William
Joluffe'' Sr. JoESPifiJoluffe. John (Americanheir)'^. Thomas*. WiluakP Jolue (Jolu). Thomas^ John^
Jolue) wasbomJanuary 24, 1855 in Knox Co. Missouri, anddiedSq}tember 06, 1891 in Edina, Missouri.
He married Lydia Frances Cupp June 23, 1880 in Knox County, Missouri, daughter ofSoloman Cupp and
Emma Oldfather. She was bom October 22, 1861, and died 1941 in Edina, Missouri.
Notes for Thomas R Benton(i) Jolliffe:
" Brait" as he was known , married Lydia Frances Cupp June 23 ,
1880. Ihave acopy ofa general warranty deed showing to have ^
purchased landin the town of Edinaon April 30,1883 .Thomas Benton
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worked a carpenter. I do not knowifhe built on that land or where
the family lived. HediedSept. 6,1891 (just priorto the birthof
his 6th child ,Jesse Benton b. Oct. 17,1891) I have a newspaper
clipping which identifies himas Benjamin Jollifife, the newspaper Edina
Sentinel, was wrong on the name.
After the death of Thomas Benton, LydiaFrances remarried 4 more times.
1. John D Willeford Oct. 3,1894 John died 12-16-1903
More About Thomas H Benton (i) Jolliffe:
Burial: Linville Cemetaiy (Edina)
Cause of Death: Rheumatism (heart)
Notes for Lydia Frances Cupp:
Thomas H. Benton Jolliffe married Lydia June 23 ,1880
John D. Willeford
Oct. 3, 1894
Rev. John William Bell " "
Feb. 24 , 1905
John Henry Derks " "
July 19, 1911
Jacob Tepple " "
Dec. 1922
In 1905 , shorthly after Lydia Frances married Rev. Bell. was Mien
Jesse Benton left Missouri for Nebraska to live with his brother,
Dooney Edward. J.B. did not relish the thought of livingwith a
second stq>-&ther.
More About Lydia Frances Cupp:
Burial: Linville Cemetery (Edina)
Children ofThomas Jolliffe and Lydia Cupp are:
1. DOONEY EDWARD'2 jolliffe, b. June 03, 1881; d. March 14, 1940, North Platte, Nebraska; m. EVA
Laura wisemiller.
Notes for DOONEY EDWARD JOLLIFFE:
Married Eva Laura Wisemiller 2-12-1904 in Nebraska.
24. ii. ARTHUR SOLOMON JOLLIFFE, b. March 23, 1883, Edina, Missouri; d. September 16, 1964, Olympia,
Washington.
iii. LEROY Raphael Jolliffe, b. November 29, 1884; d. March 11,1968, Oskaloosa, Kansas; m. (1) IDA(I)
LAWSON; m. (2) ALPHA (2) WILLIAMS.
More About LEROY RAPHAEL JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery
25. iv. Lloyd CleO jolliffe, b. October 18, 1886; d. June 02, 1961, Lexington, Nebraska.
V. RAYTHOMAS JOLLIFFE, b. April 04,1889; d. March 10, 1954, Keytesville, Mo; m. (1) SUNSHINE (1)
KINCAIDE; d, 1918, Lewistown, Montana; m. (2) IDA (2) LAWSON, December 30, 1922.
Notes for RAY THOMAS JOLLIFFE:
First married Sunshine Kincaide and then it appears that he married
Ida Lawson his older brothers first wife onl 2-30-1922
26. vi. JESSE BENTON JOLLIFFE, b. October 17, 1891, Edina, Missouri (Knox co.); d. February 10, 1964,
Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Generation No. 12
*22. Osiah>2 Jolliff (WilliamOmskirkBowleb}^ Joluffe, Enoch^^, JohnJoluffe^ Sr., James^ Joluffe,
WiluamJoluffe^ Sr., JoESPH^ JOLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)^, Thomas!^, Wiluai^ Jolue (Jolu), Thomas^,
JOHN^ Jolue) was bom 1854in Indiana, and died 1888in OsageRiver, Miller County, Missouri. Hemarried
Nancy Jane Roark May 15, 1878 in Miller County, Missouri. She was bom 1866 in Missouri, and died 1920
in Mica Peak.
Notes for OsiAH Jolliff:
Osiah was caught in the ropes ofa Ferry on the Osage River and drowned.
More About Nancy Jane Roark:
Burial: Mica Peak Cemetoy
Marriage Notes for Osiah Jolliff and Nancy Roark:
Index to Marriages ofMiller County, Missouri. Married by Joshua B. Cochran, Ordained minist^ ofthe
gospel.
Last name was spelled Jolath.
Compiled fromBook B, August 1869to part of 1881.
Compiled by Thelma Scott Hickok 1970.
Children ofOsiah Jolliff and Nancy Roark are:
27.
28.
29.
Andrew'^ jolliff, b. March 15, 1880, Missouri;d. 1955, St. Maries, BenewahCounty, Idaho.
Al Jolliff, b. 1882, Republic, Ferry County, Missouri.
Elijah jolliff, b. September 10,1887, Vagneel, MO; d. Mardi 1966, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho,
iv. Eli Jolliff, b. September 22,1888, Vagneel, MO; d. March25,1965, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon.
Notes for ELI JOLLIFF:
Certificate #3139 in the Oregon Death Index states that Eli was 80 at the time ofhis death.
More About ELI JOLLIFF:
Social Security Number: 553-14-4975
23. Reuben Bailey^^ Jolliff (WiluamOmskirkBowler^^ Jolliffe, Enoch^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr., Jame^
Joluffe, WilliamJoluffe^ Sr.7Joespi^ Joluffe, John (Americanheir)^, Thomas!^, Wiluaa^Jolue (Jolu),
Thomas^ John^ Jolue) was bom March 25,1856, and died April 28, 1929. He married Anna L. Evans June
14,1877. She was bom in Indiana, and died in Kansas City, KS.
Child of Reuben Jolliff and Anna Evans is:
i. VERNA" JOLLIFF, m. OLIVERANDERSON.
24. Arthur Solomon'2 Jolliffe (Thomas H Benton(I)^^, Raphael Hoult^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr., James^
Joluffe, WiluamJoujffe'' Sr., JoESPifiJoluffe, John (Americanheir)^, Thomas!^, WiujaivTJouje(Jouj),
Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom March 23, 1883 in Edina, Missouri, and died September 16,1964 in
Olympia, Washington. He married (1) Florence I (2)Parker. He married (2) Georgia (i) Chewning. She
was bom 1889, and died 1966 in Lewiston, Monatana.
Notes for Arthur Solomon Jolliffe:
Married Georgia Chewning Oct. 1,1905 in Mo. Then married Florence I
Parker in 1944, Coeur d'Alene ,Idaho.
He was bom in Edina ,Missouri. He lived in Missouri imtil he was young
man. He frrmed in Nebraska for a number ofyears. In 1918 he moved to
Montana where he had a cattle ranch. He moved to Washington in 1943 and
worked in the shipyards in Vancouver. In 1949 he moved to Littlerock,
then to Olympia in 1960.
Besides his wife he is survived by four sons, Claude E., Daniel E., and
Maynard Jolliff all ofLewiston, Montana and James Jolliff,Seattle;
five daughters Mrs. B^adine Oltman, Mrs. Mildred D^roe, Mrs. Helen
Martin, and Mrs. Dorothy Skagen, all ofLewiston,Montana, and Mrs.
Frances Kuhry ofGrass Range, Montana, all by a previous marriage; a
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Brother, Ray Jollify ofOskalosa, Kansas: a sister, Mrs. Eva Karis,
North PlattejNetoaska; twostep daughters, Mrs. ArieneParkhurst,
Olympia, and Nfrs. Kathryn Davenport, Nimrod, Oregon; 21 grandchildren,2
great grandchildrenand 3 great -stepgrandchildren.
More About Arthur Solomon Jolliffe:
Burial: Olympic Memorial Gardens
More About Georgia (i) Chewning:
Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens
Children ofArthur Jolliffe and Georgia Chewning are:
i. Ethel BERNADINE" jolliffe, b. April 1908, Mo.; d. 1989.
ii. MILDRED Lee JOLLIFFE, b. June 10, 1910, Mo.; d. November 1998, Spokane, Wa..
ill. BLANCEJOLLIFFE, b. 1912; d. 1912.
iv. DANIEL ELLIS JOLLIFFE, b. 1913, Neb..
V. CLAUDEJOLLIFFE, b. 1915.
vi. MAYNARD ELROYJOLLIFFE, b. December 1919, Roy, Montana.
vii. FRANCIS JOLLIFFE, b. December 1923, Moore, Montana.
viii. HELEN JOLLIFFE, b. December 1926, Moore, Montana.
ix. James BENTON jolliffe, b. June 05,1932, Lewistown, Montana.
25. Lloyd Cleo>2 Jolliffe (Thomas H Benton(I)^\ Raphael Hoult^^ JohnJoluff^ Sr., Jame^ Joluffe,
WilliamJoluffet Sr, JoESPffi JoLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)\ Thomas/^, Wiluaa^ Jolue(Jolu), Thomas^,
JOHN^ JOLUE) wasbomOctober 18, 1886, anddiedJune02,1961 in Lexington,Nebraska. Hemarried Emma
Selk. She died March 15,1961.
Notes for Lloyd Cleo Jolliffe:
Married Emma Selk 12-27-1911 in Nebraska
Lloyd Jolliffe was theson of Thomas andLydia Jolliffe. Hewasoneof
a family of tenchildren, seven brothers andtwosisters. Three
brothers,Edward,Ray andFrank, preceded him in death. Surviving
broth^s are Artie of Olympia,Washington,Roy of Oskaloosa ,Kansas
,Jesse of Ch^enne ,Wyoming, Johnof Cleveland,Georgia,; sista-sare
Eva Karis ofNorth Platte ,Nebraska and Minnie Teeple ofRichville,
Missouri. Lloyd lived at Darr formanyyearsoperating a storeand
filling station. Healsowasemployed byUnion Pacific Railroad for35
years and retired in 1951.
Notes for Emma Selk:
Acouple ofthings mentioned in a newspaper article listed as Views in
the Valley by Eleanor Seberger.
1. Lloyd andEmma were the first onein the community ofDarrtohave
a television set.
2. One of her greatestachievements from mypoint of view, wasgiving
birthto a childwhoweighed 13lbs. It's soeasytorecalla
conversation when she talked about him, her baby, and seventh child. The
four oldergirlshad expected a tinybaby to cuddle andhelpraise, and
instead found one nearlyhalf-grown and hard to lift. The last winter,
the same son's fifth child and first boymade her 24th grandchild.
Children ofLloyd Jolliffe and Emma Selk are:
30.
31.
32.
33.
1.
ii.
iii.
iv.
V.
vi.
vii.
MILDRED EmMA'3 jolliffe, b. September 23,1912.
MARIE Frances jolliffe, b. March 29,1914.
VERNONALEXANDER JOLLIFFE, b. June 11,1915.
Lloyd BentON jolliffe, b. January 28,1919; m. LILLIAN GRACE NEVENS, December 24, 1942; b.
March 19,1920.
Naomi Jane jolliffe, b. July 18,1922.
GLENLEEJOLLIFFE, b. December 04,1926.
CLARANina jolliffe, b. August 07,1971.
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26. JesseBenton2 Jolliffe (ThomasH Benton(I)^K Raphael Hoult^^, John Joluff^Sr., Jame^
JOLLiFFE, WiluamJoluffe'' Sr, JOESPi^ JoLUFFE, John(AmericanHEiR)^ Thomas^, Wiluaa^ Jolue (Jolu),
Thomas\ John^ JOLLIE) was bomOctober 17,1891 in Edina, Missouri (Knox co.), anddiedFebruary 10,
1964 inCheyenne, Wyoming. Hemarried Alice Etta Walker, daughter ofCharles Walker andJulia
Finch. Shewas bomMay 24, 1896 inNorthwood, Iowa (Worth co.), anddied November 19, 1985 in
Mountain Towers - Ch^^enne.
Notes for Jesse Benton Jolliffe:
Jesse BentonJolliffe, more commonlyknown as J.B. ,or Jess, was bom
in the county seat townof Edina, Missouri, on Oct. 17,1891. J.B.
was the 6th son ,and the last child ofThomas H. Benton Jolliffeand
Lydia Frances Cupp.
Lydia Frances remarried, Sept. 3 , 1894 JohnD. Willeford. The
Willeford's were living in the area ofRolla ,Mo. at the time
J.B.Jolliffe first started school. John D. Willeford passed away Dec. 16
, 1903. It was about this time that the oldest ofthe 6 Jolliffeboys,
DooneyEdward, movedto Nebraska.
Lydia Frances againremarried a Rev. JohnWilliam Bell, Feb. 24, 1905.
This second remarriage upsetJ.B. to the extentthat he left homein
1905 and went to Nebraska to live with his brother, Dooney Edward.
J.B. just did not want to adjust to a 2nd step-&ther.
Sometime after 1905 , J.B.'s brothers, Artie Solomon(and femily) and
LloydCleo, alsomovedto Nebraska. Thesebrothersdl settledin the
area ofNorth Platte, Nebraska, and lived at various times both east
and west ofthat area. After, the arrival ofLloyd Cleo, J.B. lived
with, and formedwith Lloyd in the area ofCozad, Nebraska. J.B.
retumed to school and completedhis educationthrough the 8th grade at
Cozad.
In 1914, after a relatively successful year at forming, J.B. tookhis
eamings and w^t to Des Moines, Iowa , >^ere he enteredschool at
Highland ParkCollege( nowdefunct). It washere that J.B. m^ Alice
Walker, ofNorthwood,Iowa, who was later to become his wife. J.B. and
Alice graduatedfi-om HighlandPark Collegein 1917.Alice Walkerwent to
Lacona, Iowa, to teach in the foil of 1917 and J.B. went to the Army
in December of that year to servehis countryin WorldWar 1 (after a
trip to NorthPlatte, Nebraska, to visit his mother,whowasnowMrs.
John HenryDerks ,marriedJuly 19,1911. LydiaFranceslivedfor a time
on Front Street, across fi*om the railroad dqpot ,in North Platte and
ran a roominghouse for railroad men. Eva Willeford and Minnie Bell
attended school in North Platte. It was here that Eva Willeford met
James Karis who was later to be her husband).
In 1918, while J.B. was overseas with the army, his brother, Artie
Solomon and fomily, movedto Lewistown, Montana. J.B.'s brotha*, Ray
Thomas ,wife Sunshine, and 3 children, Raymond,Ruth, and Hazel ,went
to Montana in 1918 to visit Artie Solomon. It was in Montana that
Sunshine died. John William Willeford, halfbrother ofthe Jolliffe boys
, went to Montana and helped Raybring the 3childr^, and his wife's
body ,back to K^esville, Missouri.
J.B. was discharged fi-om the army in June of 1919. He first went
MountainView, Missouri, to visit his moth^ (she had moved again).
Then J.B. stoppedin Falls City,Nebraska, to seehis brother, Leroy
Raphael. J.B. precededto North Platteto seehis half sister ,Eva
Willeford (Mrs. James Karis) and then went to Southerland, Nebraska,
to see his brother, DooneyEdward. J.B. then retumed to North Platte
, Nebraska, and went to work for the Union Pacific Railroad as a
timekeper.
In 1921, J.B. traveled to Northwood ,Iowa ,where he was married to Alice
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Etta Walker ,m her &thers home on June 29,1921. Alice was the
daughter of Charles Howard Walker and his wife Julia Esth^ Finch . The
newlyweds returned to North Platte, Nebraska, where they made then-
home until Nov. 12,1930 wdienth^ arrived in ChQrenne,Wyoming, having
been moved there by the railroad.
More About Jesse Benton Jolliffe:
Burial: Lakeview Cemetary -ChQ'enne
Cause ofDeath: Aneurism
More About Alice Etta Walker:
Burial: Lakeview Cemetary-Cheyenne
Cause ofDeath: Mini Heart attack
Children ofJesse Jolliffe and Alice Walker are:
i. Benton walker" Jolliffe, b. June 11,1922, North Platte, Nebraska; d. February 10, 1986, Alburque,
New Mexico; m. MARIAN JOSEPHINE DURST, August 28, 1947; b. December 10,1921, Kalona, Iowa; d.
January 04,1999, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Notes for BENTON WALKER JOLLIFFE:
Social Security# 520-12-8052 Married Marian Josephine Durst Aug.
28,1947 in Wellman ,Iowa.
More About BENTON WALKER JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens #579
Cause ofDeath: Cancer (liver)
Notes for MARIAN JOSEPHINE DURST:
Benton Jolliffe married Marion and they moved to Albuquerque,New
Mexico in the 1950's.Benton worked for Sandia Labratories in
Albuquerque,Marion was an Armynurse. DonJolliffemet Marion,played
tennis with her at F.E. Warren Air force base in Cheyenne,Wyoming. He
took her h(Hneto his house (Alice and Jesse Benton Jolliffes home),there
she met and later married Don's brother Benton.
She and Benton tried to have children but Benton's sperm count was too
low for Marion to conceive. They were going to adopt a child but on the
day they were told there was a baby for them ,Marion also received the
news that she had Multiple Sclerosis. She was in her late 20's or early
30's at that time. Benton and Marion were veiy disappointed. Marion's
primarycaretaker for 18years,LatreIleBach told me that Benton and
Marion took in a foster child once ,a teenager but Benton needed a
situation where he could have more control.
Over the years they had 2 Dachsunds. Benton lost a kidney to cancer
and mydad gavehimone ofhis,in later years that kidneyfailedtoo and
Bentonwas put on dialosis,laterhe got prostratecancerand died in
1986. (1 yr after his mother,Alice in 1985).
Benton was a serious kind ofguy,he sang in a barbershop quartet and
traveled around the the U.S..sin^ng with them.
He spent manyyears workingon the Jolliffegeneaology and his charts
and papers were passed on to his brothers(D(Mi's) children
Sherry,E>avid,and Valerie.
Marion was witty and intellegent and an inspiration to all that know
her. She degressed fromwalkingwith a limp to walking with a cane and
then 2 canes and was eventually wheelchair bound fromabout 1960to her
death in 1999. She had a biting wit and we visited with her in later
years as we passed thru Albuquerque we had to chuckle at the things she
said. She said " grandma Jolliffe probably saved uncle Benton's first
poop, she saved everything else"
After Uncle Benton died the pastor was visiting with Marion in her
house and he asked her what she was going to do now(pretty much everyone
expectedMarionto die beforeBenton)Marionjust said "Whenyou're
being raped, the best thing to do is relax and enjoyit!"
[Sherry Jolliffe\Grant 1/11/99]
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More About MARIAN JOSEPHINE DURST:
Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens#S80
Cause ofDeath: Natural causes (MS-fell)
Description: MultipleSclerosis confined her to a wheel chair.
ii. DOROTHY JEAN JOLLIFFE, b. July 27, 1925,Northwood, Iowa ?; d. September26, 1926,Northwood,
Iowa.
More About DOROTHY JEAN JOLLIFFE:
Burial: Walker plots - Northwood, Iowa
34. iii. DONALD CHARLES (I) JOLLIFFE, b. April 14, 1928,North Platte, Nebraska.
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27. Andrew13 Jolliff (Osiah^^, WilliamOmskirkBowler^^ Joluffe, Enoch^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr., Jame^
JOLLIFFE, WiluamJoluffet Sr., JoESPH^ Joluffe, John (AmericanHEiR)^ Thomas^, WiluaaPJolue (Jolu),
Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bomMarch 15, 1880 inMissouri, anddied 1955 in St. Maries, Benewah County,
Idaho. HemarriedIda L. Mckman January05, 1896in MillerCounty, Missouri, daughterof James Hickman
andRachel Moyer. ShewasbomFebruary 28, 1880 in Bruml^, MillerCounty, Missouri, anddiedApril
1936 in St. Maries, Benewah County, Idaho.
More About Andrew Jolliff:
Burial: Mica Peak Cemetery
More About Ida L. Hickman:
Burial: Mica Peak Cemetery
MarriageNotesfor Andrew Jolliff and Ida Hickman:
Recorded in Marriage Book D, Page445MillerCounty, Missouri.
Richard Cardwell, Stepfather and
J.W. Hickman, consent.
Children ofAndrew Jolliff and Ida Hickman are:
i. BLANCHE'" JOLLIFF, b. October 23, 1901.
ii. Alpha N. Jolliff, b. October 31,1903.
iii. EVERETT JOLLIFF, b. March 14, 1906.
iv. VINCINITTAJOLLIFF, b. 1912.
V. LENA JOLLIFF, b. 1914.
vi. DOROTHY JOLLIFF, b. October 20, 1916.
vii. JAMES A JOLLIFF, b. January 11,1919.
viii. JOSEPHINE JOLLIFF, b. 1920.
ix. EUGENE LEE JOLLIFF, b. September 22,1922, Setters, Idaho; d. May 17,2000, Spokane, Spokane County,
Washington.
28. Ai"Jolliff (Osiah^\ WiluamOmskirkBowler^^ Joluffe, Enoch^% JohnJoluffe?Sr., James?
JouiFFE, WilliamJoluffet Sr., JOESPH^ Joluffe, John (AmericanHEiR)^ Thomas^, WiluakP Jolue (Jolu),
Thomas\ John^ Jolue) was bom 1882 inRepublic, Ferry County, Missouri. He married Carrie Paine. She
was bom 1889 in Missouri.
Notes for Ai Jolliff:
Information onchildren is fi*om 1920 Census Sumame Index, Enumeration District 4, EastRepublic andWest
Repulic Precincts
Spokane, WA
Children ofAi Jolliff and Carrie Paine are: MAMT
i. LILLIAN E.'" Jolliff, b. 1909, Oklahoma.
ii. MARY P. JOLLIFF, b. 1911, Nebraska.
iii. GERTRUDE E. JOLLIFF, b. 1914, Nebraska.
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iv. Irene L. JOLLIFF, b. 1919, Washington.
29. ELIJAH13 JoLLIFF (OSIAH^h WlLUAMOMSKIRKB0WLER\^ JOLUFFE, ENOCH^^ JOHNJOLUFF^ SH. JAME^
JOLUFFE, WilliamJoluffet Sr., JoESPH^ JOLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)^, Thomas^, Wiluan^Jolue(Jolu),
Thoma^, John^ Jolue) was bomSeptember 10, 1887 in Vagneel, MO, anddied March 1966 inLewiston, Nez
Perce, Idaho. Hemarried Alma Meisner July 21, 1928 in St. Maries, Benewah County, Idaho. Shewas bom
June05,1897, and diedJuly1980 in Lewiston, NezPerce, Idaho.
Children ofElijah Jolliff and Alma Meisner are:
i. CAR0L' JOLLIFF.
ii. VERNON JOLLIFF.
iii. LENORD JOLLIFF.
30. Mildred Emma^^ jqlliffe (Lloyd Cleo^\ Thomas H. Benton(I)^\ Raphael HoulT^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr.,
Jame^ JOLUFFE, WilliamJOLUFFE^ Sr., JOESPH^ JOLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)^, Thomas^, Wiluaa^Jolue
(JOLU), Thoma^, John^ Jolue) was bom Septemba- 23,1912. She married Edward HowardHanson1937.
He was bom March 22,1909.
Children of Mildred Jolliffe and Edward Hanson are:
i. Eddie Howard'" Hanson, b. December 31, 1937.
ii. Susan Mary Hanson, b. March 14,1941.
iii. KIETHGLENHANSON, b. October 14, 1942.
31. Marie Frances*^ Jolliffe (Lloyd Cleo^\ Thomas H. Benton(I)^^, Raphael Hoult^^, John Joluff^ Sr.,
Jame^ JOLUFFE, WiluamJoluffet Sr., JOESPH^ JOLUFFE. John (AmericanHEIR)^ Thomas!^. Wiluai^Jolue
(JOLU), Thomas^ John^ Jolue) was bom March 29,1914. She married Loins Albert Lauby October 26,
1936. He was bom April 28,1911.
Children ofMarie Jolliffe and Louis Lauby are:
i. Patricia Ann'" lauby, b. November 21, 1937.
ii. Margaret Joan Lauby, b. January 19, 1939.
iii. Eugene Louis lauby, b. May 06,1941.
32. Vernon Alexander^^Jolliffe (Lloyd Cleo^\ Thomas H. Benton(I)^\ RaphaelHoult^^, John
JOLUFF^ Sr., JAMES^ JOLUFFE, WILUAMJOLUFFE^ SR., JOESPlfi JOLUFFE, JOHN (AMERICANHEIR)^ THOMAS^,
WiLUAi^ Jolue (JoLU), Thomas^, John^Jolue) wasbomJune 11,1915. HemarriedDoris Marjorie Linn.
She was bom November 04,1920.
Children ofVernon Jolliffe and Doris Linn are:
i. Kathleen Marie'" Jolliffe, b. August 23,1939.
ii. Kenneth dean jolliffe, b. July 04,1942.
iii. STANLEY LAVERNE JOLLIFFE, b. June 08, 1944.
33. Clara Nina'^ Jolliffe (Lloyd Cleo^\ Thomas H. Benton(I)^\ Raphael Hoult^^, JohnJoluff^ Sr.,
Jame^JOLUFFE, WilliamJOLUFFE^ Sr., JOESPifi JOLUFFE, John (AmericanHEiR)\ Thomas/^, Wiluaa^ Jolue
(JoLLi), Thomas^, John^ Jollie) was bom August 07,1971. She married Darl Arman Boggs May 14, 1937.
He was bom May 31,1912.
Children ofClara Jolliffe and Darl Boggs are: MAYL COOK FCBJ.ff f awsr
i. DARLA COY'" Boggs, b. December 22,1937. OLD
ii. ARTIE MARIE BOGGS, b. June 10, 1939. WAYWESVll FW "
Linda Clara boggs, b. July 02,1940. .SO 45068
FRANKLIN Darl boggs, b. January 21,1942. OlO / 4fE26f
111.
iv.
34. Donald Charles Jolliffe (JesseBenton^^, ThomasH. Benton(I)^\ RaphaelHoult^^, John
JOLUFFE^ Sr., JAME^ JOLUFFE, WILUAMJOLUFFE'' SR., JOESPH^ JOLUFFE, JOHN (AMERICANHEIR)^ THOMAS!^,
WlLUAi^ Jolue(JOLU), Thomas^, John^ Jolue) was bomApril 14,1928 inNorth Platte, Nebraska. He
married Dolores MaeCoxAugust 18, 1949, daughter ofCourtney Coxand Almeda Adamson. She was
bom November 30, 1928 inCheyenne, Wyoming, anddied December 23, 1979 inCheyenne, Wyoming.
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