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Re: Hopewell Presbyterian Church 1808
Posted by: Lu Williams Howell Ochiltree Date: August 04, 2001 at 14:42:03
In Reply to: Re: Hopewell Presbyterian Church 1808 by Kaye Watson of 1623


Thank you. this is most interesting as James married Elinor Fullerton in 1793. Their youngest son, Robert Gilland Ocheltree returned to Virginia and took his parents to Ohio where they lived with a daughter, James and Elizabeth Copenhaver.

Here I find your line. Botetourt Co, Sept 6, 1802, William Findley sold a part of Ochiltree land to William Ramsey, 60 acres lying on east side of the Elk Creek. Later conveyed to John Alexander the remaining 60 acres to Martha Ochiltree Ramsey and Janet Ochiltree Alexander., daughters of James Ochiltree Sr. June 4, 1804, William and Martha Ochiltree Ramsey conveyed to one John Bagley land in Rockbridge Va on the Elk and Stony Creek brances of James River.

After the Civil War, the Ochiltrees and families began a western movement . They settled in Morning Sun, Iowa. and that area. One of them came to Haddam KS as a pharmicist.


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