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Family of Curtis Carmean of Ross Co OH
Posted by: Daniel Mowery Date: January 01, 2000 at 08:44:16
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As many on this forum, I am searching for the children of old Curtis Carmean/Cremean (born ca. 1760 near Baltimore, MD, died ca. 1820 Concord Twp., Ross Co., OH), who moved from Maryland to Ross County, Ohio, ca. 1807. He married Philadephia Greyless (from one source, born ca. 1761 MD, died ca. 1845 Marion Twp., Allen Co., OH.) From my recent searches, I have compiled these children:

1. Edward Smith Cremean (1787-1858) m. Mary Dillon -- moved to Allen Co. OH ca. 1830; he was administrator of the 1820 estate of Curtis Carmean, dec'd

2. William Carmean (ca1785-bef1850) m. Margaret Miller -- moved to Allen Co. OH ca. 1839; according to bio of his son George in A Portrait & Biographical Record of Mercer & Van Wert Counties, William drowned while fording the Auglaize River; his widow appears in 1850 Census of Allen Co., OH

3. Daniel Carmean m. Jemima Hire -- moved to Fayette County, Ohio

4. Jacob Carmean m. Judith Wilson

5. Pearson Carmean (died 1858) m. Elizabeth ? -- remained in Ross County, Ohio

6. Elizabeth Carmean md. Stephen Ireland -- I believe she moved to Allen Co., OH

7. Keziah Carmean md. Samuel Baxter -- moved to Allen Co., OH

8. Mary Carmean md. Solomon Kerr/Carr -- moved to Allen Co., OH

9. Deborah Carmean md. Stephen Wilson

10. Keturah Carmean md. Ferdinand Miller

I also found an old John Carmean (born ca. 1771, died 1847) who came from Maryland and settled in Pickaway Twp., Pickaway Co., OH (just north of the Ross County line), where he died and is buried. This could be a brother of old Curtis, or a son, if the ages above for Curtis and Philadelphia are incorrect. If you are interested, I know his heirs as well.


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