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The ancestors and descendants of John Charles Ellis and Alcinda B. Glaze : a genealogical study

[compiled by Betty Ellis Scott]
Scott, Betty Ellis (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Gig Harbor, Washington : B.E. Scott, 1996
vi, 235 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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John Charles Ellis (1856-1916) was born in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He married Alcinda B. Glaze (1858-1921), who was born in Norwalk, Iowa. Ellis ancestry is trace to Shobal Ellis (ca. 1765-ca.1831), who was born in Maryland and died in Vermilion County, Illinois. He married Sarah Wright in Greene County, Tennessee. Family is also traced to Rawser Spicer (ca. 1770-1839) who married Lucy Collins in Orange County, Virginia. He died in Vermilion County, Illinois. Glaze ancestry is traced to Arehart Glaze (1788-1880), who was born in Maryland. He married Sarah Deputy and later died in Hocking County, Ohio. Ancestry is also traced to Peter Black (1772-1851), born in France. He married Charlotte Boyd and died in Fairfield County, Ohio. Another ancestor is George Blosser Sr. (1778-1852), born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He married Rebecca Garrison and later died in Hocking County, Ohio.

Includes Dukes, Blakeney, Spicer, Beery, Glze, Black, Hadley, Blosser, Kern, Norris, Welty, Wright, and related families.

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