Yes, according to the book, Promoted Pioneer Preaches of the West Virginia Conference Methodist Espiscopal Church and a sketch of her Early Ministers who were tranferred to other fields. by Dr. George Cleaton Wilding 1927 Outline by Sue Moore, "Rev. Jesse Freeland, born June 3, 1815, died June 6, 1856." Since the Preston County Courthouse burned in 1868, the fostering records were lost, but is appears that all of the children were placed with local families. His widow, Lucinda, is found on the 1860 census living with the sheriff's family. She doen't appear on the 1870 census, so I assume she remarried and changed her name.