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Re: Indian massacre about 1812 - Churchill family
Posted by: Susan Habermann (ID *****3658) Date: March 17, 2007 at 08:05:31
In Reply to: Re: Indian massacre about 1812 - Churchill family by L. Sutton of 3037

Yes Lisa, Edwin is Levi's brother.

Levi's father was Stephen Churchill, b. abt 1770 in Litchfield, Connecticut. Stephen died betw 1820-1830 in Canada.

Levi's mother was Lucretia Rogers, b. 1790 in Lyme, Connecticut. Lucretia died 1838 in Ohio.

Notes for Stephen Churchill:
In 1798, Stephen moved to Fairfax, Franklin County, Vermont with his brother William. In 1812 he moved to Portage County, Ohio, where he married Lucretia Rogers. They moved to Canada in the early-mid 1820's. Stephen died there, and his family returned to Ohio prior to 1830.

Children of Stephen Churchill and Lucretia Rogers are:
1) Levi Churchill, b. Oct 5, 1818, in Portage County, Ohio; d. Dec 15, 1895 in Akron, Fulton County, Indiana. (my gr-gr-grandfather)
2) Edwin Churchill, b. 1815
3) Samuel Churchill
4) Therin Churchill

I have a lot of information on Levi Churchill and his family, most of which other people before me have researched and documented. If you're interested, I can send you a copy of my "Descendants of Josiah Churchill" outline. It is 3 pages long, and dates back to Josiah Churchill, b. 1585 in England.


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