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Albertine JENKINS2069,3966 was born on 14 April 1873 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH.3966 She died on 25 April 1912 at the age of 39 in Salina, Saline, KS. Parents: Joseph JENKINS and Elizabeth YOUNG.

Spouse: Wilbur DUCKWALL. Albertine JENKINS and Wilbur DUCKWALL were married.


Alice JENKINS3967 was born in March 1882 in IN.3967 She died. Parents: Oliver Peebles JENKINS and Elizabeth R. UNKN.


Anna JENKINS2069,2710 was born on 14 January 1834 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. She died. Anna, daughter of John and Eliza Jenkins, born January 14, 1834. After leaving public school, attended May Seminary and the Spofford Select School of Williamsburg, taught in Clermont, Brown and Montgomery counties, filling at different times every department in the Williamsburg schools, including superintendent, the only woman who has filled that duty in Clermont county. This life work has included more than forty years of successful labor. Late in life, she was married to Dr. Charles Parker Dennis, son of James and Sarah Parker Dennis, formerly of Batavia. He was born April 8, 1833 , at Batvia, Ohio, and died August 5, 1908, at Portsmouth, Ohio. His principal education, after leaving common schools, was at Miami University. While there, he enlisted in Company D, Forty-seventh Ohio volunteer infantry, as a private, and was promoted to second lieutenant, Company D, December, 1861, and first lieutenant, Company B, December 1862 and to Captain, November 26, 1864, but was not mustered. He was discharged by expiration of term of service, November 18, 1864. He served as assistant inspector on the staff of General Ewing, and in division headquarters on the staff of General M. L. Smith. He was in a number of battles, and was wounded four times. He was graduated from the Ohio Dental College and finally located in Portsmouth, Ohio. He was a member of Bailey Post, Grand Army of the republic, and of the Loyal Legion of the United States. At the time of his death, he was serving on the city board of review of Portsmouth.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS 3rd and Elizabeth HOMAN.

Spouse: Charles Parker DENNIS Dr. Anna JENKINS and Charles Parker DENNIS Dr were married before 1866 in OH. Children were: George DENNIS.


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Catherine JENKINS26 was born in 1928 in China.26 She died in Carrollton, Carroll, GA.26 Parents: Hubert Winter JENKINS and Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL.

Spouse: Rudy Theo HORTON. Catherine JENKINS and Rudy Theo HORTON were married.26


Claire JENKINS3968 was born in February 1889 in IN.3968 She was educated . Parents: Oliver Peebles JENKINS and Elizabeth R. UNKN.


Clara JENKINS2069,3969,3970 was born on 26 January 1853 in IN.3970 She died before 1920 at the age of 67 in CA. Parents: George Peterson JENKINS and Caroline HITCH.

Spouse: Rev. Alfred KUMMER D.D.. Clara JENKINS and Rev. Alfred KUMMER D.D. were married in 1875 in IN.3971 Children were: Clara KUMMER, Blanche KUMMER, Grace KUMMER.


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Edward JENKINS65,157 died. He died.

Spouse: Della May STEER.


Elizabeth JENKINS38,79 was born in 1793. She died. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Benjamin BARTON. Elizabeth JENKINS and Benjamin BARTON were married.


Elizabeth L. JENKINS3972 was born in 1913 in CA.3972 She died. Parents: Hubert O. JENKINS and Gerre BURKE (?).


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Spouse: Living.


George Peterson JENKINS2069,3770 was born on 22 May 1826 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. He died on 1 April 1897 at the age of 70 in Greencastle, IN. George Peterson, born May 22, 1826. After leaving district school, was a student in Rev. Gaines' Select School in Williamsburg. He began teaching early, and later conducted May Seminary, in Bantam, where he met and married Caroline, daughter of John and Nancy Simmons Hitch. After teaching a high school for sometime in Connersville, Ind., he entered the Southeast Indiana Conference, as a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church. Here he labored for many years, rising to a first class place in the conference, was given the title of Doctor of Divinity, served as pastor of circuits and stations, as presiding elder and delegate to general conference. The last three years of his active life he was president of Moore 's Hill College. Broken in health, he retired to his home in Greencastle, where he died, April 1, 1897. The older son of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, Oliver Peebles Jenkins, born November 3, 1850, is a graduate of Moore's Hill College, a post-graduate of Northwestern University and of John Hopkins University. He for a time conducted the Indiana State Normal, was a professor in DePauw University, and he entered Stanford University, California, at its institution, as a professor of natural sciences, which chair he still fills. He is the author of two text booksof physiology, which were adopted in the Indiana public schools, and is an authority on other scientific subjects. Clara, only daughter of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, was born January 26, 1853, and is the wife of Rev. Alfred Kummer, D.D., of Oakland, California. Wilbur Olin, youngers on of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, born December 28, 1861, is now a leading physician in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS 3rd and Elizabeth HOMAN.

Spouse: Caroline HITCH. Caroline HITCH and George Peterson JENKINS were married in Pomeroy, Meigs, OH. Children were: Oliver Peebles JENKINS, Clara JENKINS, Wilbur Olin JENKINS.


Gertrude JENKINS3973 was born in February 1885 in IN.3973 She died. Parents: Wilbur Olin JENKINS and Courtney E. UNKN.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.


Harvey Edgar JENKINS2069,3966 was born on 8 June 1865 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH.3966 He died. Parents: Joseph JENKINS and Elizabeth YOUNG.


Helen JENKINS3974 was born in June 1887 in IN.3974 She died. Parents: Wilbur Olin JENKINS and Courtney E. UNKN.


Hubert O. JENKINS2058,3975 was born in January 1885 in IN.3975 He died. Parents: Oliver Peebles JENKINS and Elizabeth R. UNKN.

Spouse: Gerre BURKE (?). Gerre BURKE (?) and Hubert O. JENKINS were married about 1911 in CA.2058 Children were: Elizabeth L. JENKINS, Wilma JENKINS.


Hubert Winter JENKINS26,1115,3976 was born on 26 September 1892 in Troup Co., GA.26 He died on 7 January 1972 at the age of 79 in Atlanta, Fulton, GA.26 Parents: Marshall D. JENKINS and Mollie UNKN.

Spouse: Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL. Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL and Hubert Winter JENKINS were married on 17 May 1917 in GA.26 Children were: Mary W. JENKINS, Hubert Winton JENKINS, John M. JENKINS, Catherine JENKINS.


Hubert Winton JENKINS26 was born on 21 April 1921 in GA.26 He died in TX.26 Parents: Hubert Winter JENKINS and Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL.


Isaac JENKINS79,2069 died. Parents: John JENKINS Sr.

Spouse: Hannah UNKN. Hannah UNKN and Isaac JENKINS were married.


Jane JENKINS48,1986,1987,1996 was born about 1815 in Pendelton Co., SC.48,1986,1987,1996 She died. Parents: Lewis JENKINS and Mary Ann SANDERS.

Spouse: James Madison BRUCE. Jane JENKINS and James Madison BRUCE were married on 7 April 1839 in Lumpkin Co., GA.1986 Children were: Mary Elizabeth BRUCE, Caroline BRUCE, Harvey M. BRUCE, William E. BRUCE, John Carter BRUCE, George Edward BRUCE, James F. BRUCE.


John JENKINS Sr38,79 was born in England. He died. The Jenkins Family History
From: "History of Clermont and Brown Counties"
Page 216 - 220:

John Jenkins, a native of England, immigrated to New Jersey and settled near Little Egg Harbor, where Tuckerton now stands. Here, he reared a large family, among whom were the sons, Uriah, Isaac, and John, men of sterling worth. Isaac and his wife Hannah, were noble types of New Jersey Methodism. Isaac was for many years mail contractor and stage owner on the route between Tuckerton and Philadelphia. This couple lived to a g ood old age, leaving a large property, for that day, his nephew, John Jenkins, of Ohio, being one of the beneficiaries of his will. One daughter of the emigrant John Jenkins married Joseph Adams, a son of whom came to Cleremont County. Another married a Mr. Penn. Her life was the tragedy of the family, for becoming insane, in one of her frenzies, she killed her husband. The youngest daughter, Rebecca, married George Peters on. Their bodies lie in Williamsburg cemetery.
John Jenkins, son of the English emigrant, who was born November 20, 1764, and died July 12, 1830, was married to Catherine Vaughan, of Philadelphia. She was of French descent, beautiful in feature, graceful in form, sweet-spirited and gentle, and a strict Methodist, always wearing the "Methodist bonnet." In 1805, John and Catherine Jenkins came with their eight children to find a new home in the far west, traveling in wagons over the Alleghany mountains, shooting game and catching fish for much of their subsistence, by the way. Sometimes the wagons were separated for days, even weeks, causing delays and anxiety. Reaching the Ohio river they floated down on a flat boat, sheltered by a tent for cooking their food, and to furnish their sleeping arrangements. Landing at the mouth of Bull-kin creek, they journeyed northward to Bantam, near Clery' s Run, where they were entertained at the home of David and Nancy White , the latter being a sister of Catherine Jenkins, until their own cabin was prepared. Here, with marvelous energy, they began home making. By their strenuous efforts, they soon became independent, getting their farm in order and, later, building a substantial two-story frame house, which was the pride of the neighborhood. Here their nine children, one born in their new home, grew to lives of usefulness and honor. The were devout Methodists, and were largely instrumental in building the society and the church home called Collin's Chapel, in honor of the pioneer preacher, Rev John Collins. The name was later changed to Bethel, then to Old Bethel. The old cemetery there contains a monument which marks the burial place of Rev. John Collins. John and Catherine Jenkins are buried there, he dying July 12, 1830, and she July 15, 1840, aged seventy-two years. The children of John and Catherine Jenkins were: Zephaniah, Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, Susanna, John, Joseph, Rhoda and Nancy. Zephaniah's first marriage was to Nancy Burnett, and second to Perine Guinup. Mary married Robert Cazel. Elizabeth's husband was Benjamin Barton. Thomas married Permilia Anderson. Susanna's first husband was Robert Wright and second, George Peterson. Joseph married Susan Fisher, niece of Hon. David Fisher . Rhoda married Samuel Cordry, and Nancy married John Harvey.
John Jenkins, third son of John and Catherine Jenkins, was born March 9 , 1800, and came with his parents to Ohio in 1805. He made fair proficiency in the meager schools of the time, and, by capability and integrity was, through life, called to fill many places of trust. He lived for a t ime in the family of the noted Rev. John Collins, for whom and his excellent wife, he ever held the highest esteem, as friends and counselors. On August 28, 1825, he was married to Eliza Homan. They bought a farm near Williamsburg, where they reared their family. He was a true patriot, and was noted as a champion for the abolition of slavery, and for temperance. He died July 15, 1873.
Eliza Jenkins, the daughter of David and Rachel Davis Homan, was born in Camden , N.J., November 17, 1805. When not more than six years old, she lost her mother, and then lived for a short time with an aunt in Philadelphia, then came west with her father, who died soon after, leaving her dependent upon her own exertions. Her schooling was a term of six weeks, the "quarter" of a subscription school being divided between her and a step-brother. In this time she learned to read and write, all other knowledge of books being acquired alone while working bravely for her own support, and helping a younger brother. She was of modest and retiring nature, possessing strong common sense, was earnest and forceful in her purposes of right and duty. She died November 7, 1879.
Their children were four. George Peterson, born May 22, 1826, after leaving district school, was a student in Rev. Gaines' Select School in W illiamsburg. He began teaching early, and later conducted May Seminary, in Bantam, where he met and married Caroline, daughter of John and Nancy Simmons Hitch. After teaching a high school for sometime in Connersville , Ind., he entered the Southeast Indiana Conference, as a minister of the Methodist Episcopal church. Here he labored for many years, rising to a first class place in the conference, was given the title of Doctor of Divinity, served as pastor of circuits and stations, as presiding elder and delegate to general conference. The last three years of his active life he was president of Moore's Hill College. Broken in health, he retired to his home in Greencastle, where he died, April 1, 1897. The older son of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, Oliver Peebles Jenkins, born November 3, 1850, is a graduate of Moore's Hill College, a post-graduate of Northwestern University and of John Hopkins University. He for a time conducted the Indiana State Normal, was a professor in DePauw University , and he entered Stanford University, California, at its institution, as a professor of natural sciences, which chair he still fills. He is the author of two text booksof physiology, which were adopted in the Indiana public schools, and is an authority on other scientific subjects. Clara, only daughter of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, was born January 26, 1853, and is the wife of Rev. Alfred Kummer, D.D., of Oakland, California. Wilbur Olin, younger son of George P. and Caroline Jenkins, born December 28, 1861, is now a leading physician in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Joseph, second son of John and Eliza Jenkins, born February 26, 1830, attended May Seminary, taught a number of years, and was married, April 23, 1857, to Elizabeth, a daughter of Orson and Hannah Burnett Young, and bought a farm near Williamsburg, to which he added until it became so large as to claim his whole attention the balance of his life. He possesed more than ordinary mental power, with keen insight, good judgement, and unflinching integrity, he filled many positions of trust. He served as justice of the peace for many years, and was a valued advisor in law and other matters. He died July 28, 1890. Of his children, Mary was born September 26, 1859, and is married to James, son of Joseph and Jane Glaney, and lives at Afton, Ohio. Harvey Edgar, born June 8, 1865, at present owns and conducts a feed mill and store in Williamsburg. Albertine, born April 14,1873, married Wilbur, son of Frank and Sarah Slate Duckwall, of Batavia, and died at their home in Salina, Kan., April 25, 1912.
Anna, daughter of John and Eliza Jenkins, born January 14, 1834, after leaving public school, attended May Seminary and the Spofford Select Sch ool of Williamsburg, taught in Clermont, Brown and Montgomery counties, filling at different times every department in the Williamsburg schools, including superintendent, the only woman who has filled that duty in Clermont county. This life work has included more than forty years of successful labor. Late in life, she was married to Dr. Charles Parker Dennis, son of James and Sarah Parker Dennis, formerly of Batavia. He was born April 8, 1833 , at Batvia, Ohio, and died August 5, 1908, at Portsmouth, Ohio. His principal education, after leaving common schools, was at Miami University. While there, he enlisted in Company D, Forty-seventh Ohio volunteer infantry, as a private, and was promoted to second lieutenant, Company D, December, 1861, and first lieutenant, Company B, December 1862 and to Captain, November 26, 1864, but was not mustered. He was discharged by expiration of term of service, November 18, 1864. He served as assistant inspector on the staff of General Ewing, and in division headquarters on the staff of General M. L. Smith. He was in a number of battles, and was wounded four times. He was graduated from the Ohio Dental College and finally located in Portsmouth, Ohio. He was a member of Bailey Post, Grand Army of the republic, and of the Loyal Legion of the United States. At the time of his death, he was serving on the city board of review of Portsmouth. The home of Anna Jenkins Dennis is now in Williamsburg, Ohio.
John Harvey, third son of John and Eliza Jenkins, born July 30, 1839, was a student in May Seminary. He taught two years, and was looking forward to education for the ministry, when the shock of the Civil War came. He answered Lincoln's first call for volunteers, on the fall of Fort Sumter, enlisting in Company E, Twenty-second regiment, of the Ohio volunteer infantry. After that service of three months, he enlisted for three years in Company B, Eighty-ninth Ohio regiment. He had served half that time, when he received his death wound in the battle of Tunnel Hill , just after passing through the conflict of Chicamauga and Mission Ridge. He enlisted as a private and was promoted, a lieutenant's commission coming to him on his deathbed. He died in Chattanooga Hospital, March 16, 1864. His remains rest in Concord Cemetery. He was tried and true. His now aged comrades in arms still speak of him with tears and sorrow. In honor of his name, the Williamsburg Post No. 242, Grand Army of the Republic, bears his name.

Children were: Uriah JENKINS, Isaac JENKINS, John JENKINS Jr, Unkn JENKINS, Unkn JENKINS, Rebecca JENKINS.


John JENKINS Jr38,79 was born on 20 November 1764 in Washington, Burlington, NJ.38,3977 Lived in NJ until 1802. Then migrated to OH. He died on 12 July 1830 at the age of 65 in Tate Township, Clermont, OH.38,3977 He was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Bethel, Cleremont, OH.38,3977 John Jenkins, son of the English emigrant, who was born November 20, 1764, and died July 12, 1830, was married to Catherine Vaughan, of Philadelphia. She was of French descent, beautiful in feature, graceful in form, sweet-spirited and gentle, and a strict Methodist, always wearing the "Methodist bonnet." In 1805, John and Catherine Jenkins came with their eight children to find a new home in the far west, traveling in wagons over the Alleghany mountains, shooting game and catching fish for much of their subsistence, by the way. Sometimes the wagons were separated for days, even weeks, causing delays and anxiety. Reaching the Ohio river they floated down on a flat boat, sheltered by a tent for cooking their food, and to furnish their sleeping arrangements. Landing at the mouth of Bullkin creek, they journeyed northward to Bantam, near Clery' s Run, where they were entertained at the home of David and Nancy White , the latter being a sister of Catherine Jenkins, until their own cabin was prepared. Here, with marvelous energy, they began home making. By their strenuous efforts, they soon became independent, getting their farm in order and, later, building a substantial two-story frame house, which was the pride of the neighborhood. Here their nine children, one born in their new home, grew to lives of usefulness and honor. The were devout Methodists, and were largely instrumental in building the society and the church home called Collin's Chapel, in honor of the pioneer preacher, Rev John Collins. The name was later changed to Bethel, then to Old Bethel. The old cemetery there contains a monument which marks the burial place of Rev. John Collins. John and Catherine Jenkins are buried there, he dying July 12, 1830, and she July 15, 1840, aged seventy-two years. The children of John and Catherine Jenkins were: Zephaniah, Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, Susanna, John, Joseph, Rhoda and Nancy. Zephaniah's first marriage was to Nancy Burnett, and second to Perine Guinup. Mary married Robert Cazel. Elizabeth's husband was Benjamin Barton. Thomas married Permilia Anderson. Susanna's first husband was Robert Wright and second, George Peterson. Joseph married Susan Fisher, niece of Hon. David Fisher . Rhoda married Samuel Cordry, and Nancy married John Harvey.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS Sr.

Spouse: Catherine VAUGHAN. Catherine VAUGHAN and John JENKINS Jr38 were married about 1788 in Burlington, Burlington, NJ.38 Children were: Zephaniah JENKINS, Mary C. JENKINS, Elizabeth JENKINS, Thomas JENKINS, Susanna JENKINS, John JENKINS 3rd, Joseph W. JENKINS, Rhoda JENKINS, Nancy Jane JENKINS.


John JENKINS 3rd79,2069 was born on 9 March 1800. He died on 15 July 1873 at the age of 73 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. John Jenkins, third son of John and Catherine Jenkins, was born March 9, 1800, and came with his parents to Ohio in 1805. He made fair proficiency in the meager schools of the time, and, by capability and integrity was, through life, called to fill many places of trust. He lived for a time in the family of the noted Rev. John Collins, for whom and his excellent wife, he ever held the highest esteem, as friends and counselors. On August 28, 1825, he was married to Eliza Homan. They bought a farm near Williamsburg, where they reared their family. He was a true patriot, and was noted as a champion for the abolition of slavery, and for temperance. He died July 15, 1873.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Elizabeth HOMAN. Elizabeth HOMAN and John JENKINS 3rd were married on 28 August 1825 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. Children were: George Peterson JENKINS, Joseph JENKINS, Anna JENKINS, John Harvey JENKINS.


John Harvey JENKINS2069 was born on 30 July 1839 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. He died on 16 March 1864 at the age of 24. John Harvey, third son of John and Eliza Jenkins, born July 30, 1839, was a student in May Seminary. He taught two years, and was looking forward to education for the ministry, when the shock of the Civil War came. He answered Lincoln's first call for volunteers, on the fall of Fort Sumter, enlisting in Company E, Twenty-second regiment, of the Ohio volunteer infantry. After that service of three months, he enlisted for three years in Company B, Eighty-ninth Ohio regiment. He had served half that time, when he received his death wound in the battle of Tunnel Hill , just after passing through the conflict of Chicamauga and Mission Ridge. He enlisted as a private and was promoted, a lieutenant's commission coming to him on his deathbed. He died in Chattanooga Hospital, March 16, 1864. His remains rest in Concord Cemetery. He was tried and true. His now aged comrades in arms still speak of him with tears and sorrow. In honor of his name, the Williamsburg Post No. 242, Grand Army of the Republic, bears his name.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS 3rd and Elizabeth HOMAN.


John M. JENKINS26 was born in 1924 in GA.26 He died in East Point, Fulton, GA.26 Parents: Hubert Winter JENKINS and Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL.


Joseph JENKINS2069,3966 was born on 26 February 1830. He died on 28 July 1890 at the age of 60 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. Joseph, second son of John and Eliza Jenkins, born February 26, 1830, attended May Seminary, taught a number of years, and was married, April 23, 1857, to Elizabeth, a daughter of Orson and Hannah Burnett Young, and bought a farm near Williamsburg, to which he added until it became so large as to claim his whole attention the balance of his life. He possesed more than ordinary mental power, with keen insight, good judgement, and unflinching integrity, he filled many positions of trust. He served a s justice of the peace for many years, and was a valued advisor in law and other matters. He died July 28, 1890. Of his children, Mary was born September 26, 1859, and is married to James, son of Joseph and Jane Glaney, and lives at Afton, Ohio. Harvey Edgar, born June 8, 1865, at present owns and conducts a feed mill and store in Williamsburg. Albertine, born April 14,1873, married Wilbur, son of Frank and Sarah Slate Duckwall, of Batavia, and died at their home in Salina, Kan., April 25, 1912.

Source: "History of Cleremont and Brown Counties". Parents: John JENKINS 3rd and Elizabeth HOMAN.

Spouse: Elizabeth YOUNG. Elizabeth YOUNG and Joseph JENKINS were married on 23 April 1857 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH. Children were: Mary JENKINS, Harvey Edgar JENKINS, Albertine JENKINS.


Joseph W. JENKINS79 was born in 1800. He died. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Susan FISHER. Susan FISHER and Joseph W. JENKINS were married.


Lewis JENKINS1986 died.

Spouse: Mary Ann SANDERS. Mary Ann SANDERS and Lewis JENKINS were married.1986 Children were: Jane JENKINS.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Marshall D. JENKINS26,3976 was born in Troup Co., GA.3976 He died.

Spouse: Mollie UNKN. Mollie UNKN and Marshall D. JENKINS were married. Children were: Hubert Winter JENKINS.


Martha JENKINS300 died.

Spouse: Charles Randolph ATKINSON. Martha JENKINS and Charles Randolph ATKINSON289 were married. Children were: Sarah Ellen ATKINSON.


Mary JENKINS51 died.

Spouse: William T. RAMSEY. Mary JENKINS and William T. RAMSEY were married about 1869.


Mary JENKINS166 was born on 24 November 1711 in Radnor, Chester, PA. She died.

Spouse: John PUGH. Mary JENKINS and John PUGH were married on 7 August 1730 in Uwchlan, Chester, PA. Children were: Mary PUGH.


Mary JENKINS2069,3966 was born on 26 September 1859 in Williamsburg, Cleremont, OH.3966 She died. Parents: Joseph JENKINS and Elizabeth YOUNG.

Spouse: James GLANEY. Mary JENKINS and James GLANEY were married.


Mary C. JENKINS77,79,3978 was born on 1 March 1791 in Burlington, Burlington, NJ. Date on Tombstone. Copy of photo with Douglas R. Barnwell. She died on 4 January 1855 at the age of 63 in Perintown, Clermont, OH.2203 Date on Tombstone. Copy of photo with Douglas R. Barnwell. She was buried in On the homestead, Roundbottom Road, Perintown, Clermont, OH.2203 Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Robert CAZEL. Mary C. JENKINS and Robert CAZEL2187,2196 were married in 1810 in Clermont Co., OH.2203 Children were: Sarah Owens CAZEL, Catherine Vaughn CAZEL, John Jenkins CAZEL, Thomas Jefferson CAZEL, David Vorce CAZEL, Susanna Wright CAZEL, Mary Jane CAZEL, William Henry CAZEL, Elizabeth Canton CAZEL, Rhoda C. CAZEL, Nancy Harvey CAZEL.


Mary L. JENKINS26,1818 died.

Spouse: Pryor DAVIS. Mary L. JENKINS and Pryor DAVIS were married in 1878 in Claxton Commons, McMinn, TN. Children were: Bobby DAVIS, Haden C. DAVIS, Durah DAVIS, Carl DAVIS, Manson Luther DAVIS, Ethel DAVIS.


Mary W. JENKINS26,1115 was born on 17 February 1918 in GA.26 She died in Marietta, Cobb, GA.26 Parents: Hubert Winter JENKINS and Martha Katherine "Mattie" BARNWELL.

Spouse: D. E. HIGGENS. Mary W. JENKINS and D. E. HIGGENS were married.26


Nancy Jane JENKINS79,3571,3979 was born on 6 May 1807 in Clermont Co., OH. She died on 10 August 1875 at the age of 68 in Griggsville, Pike, IL. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: John Wesley HARVEY. Nancy Jane JENKINS and John Wesley HARVEY were married on 24 December 1825 in Clermont Co., OH. Children were: Joseph HARVEY, Catherine HARVEY, Sarah Ann HARVEY, George Gatch HARVEY, Nancy Jane HARVEY, Mary Ellen HARVEY, Samuel HARVEY, John W. HARVEY, William M. HARVEY.


Oliver Peebles JENKINS38,3980 was born on 3 November 1850 in Pomeroy, Meigs, OH.3980 He died. Parents: George Peterson JENKINS and Caroline HITCH.

Spouse: Elizabeth R. UNKN. Elizabeth R. UNKN and Oliver Peebles JENKINS were married about 1878 in IN.3980 Children were: Alice JENKINS, Hubert O. JENKINS, Claire JENKINS.


Rebecca JENKINS38,79 died. Parents: John JENKINS Sr.

Spouse: George PETERSON. Rebecca JENKINS and George PETERSON were married.


Rhoda JENKINS79 was born in 1803. She died. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Samuel CORDY. Rhoda JENKINS and Samuel CORDY were married.


Susanna JENKINS38,79 was born in 1798. She died. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Robert WRIGHT. Susanna JENKINS and Robert WRIGHT were married.

Spouse: George PETERSON. Susanna JENKINS and George PETERSON were married.


Thomas JENKINS79 was born in 1795. He died. Parents: John JENKINS Jr and Catherine VAUGHAN.

Spouse: Permelia ANDERSON. Permelia ANDERSON and Thomas JENKINS were married.


Unkn JENKINS38,79 died. Parents: John JENKINS Sr.

Spouse: Joseph ADAMS. Unkn JENKINS and Joseph ADAMS were married.


Unkn JENKINS38,79 died. Parents: John JENKINS Sr.

Spouse: Unkn PENN. Unkn JENKINS and Unkn PENN were married.


Uriah JENKINS38,79 died. Parents: John JENKINS Sr.