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   UPDATED JANUARY 2, 2006

Sources From The Miami Valley Genealogical Index

Possible Descendants of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams


By tracking the Fowlers in early Ohio and Indiana through census, marriage, land and military records, it is fairly apparent that many of them were related.  The surnames included in this research are seen over and over again as several generations of Fowlers and related individuals married into the same families and / or migrated in similar patterns.

INDEX

 

Some surnames associated with the Fowlers and how they were connected:

IJAMS Susannah Ijams (daughter of William Ijams and Elizabeth Cheney) married Thomas Fowler #1 (parents unknown)
Elizabeth Ijams (daughter of William Ijams and Elizabeth Cheney) married Samuel Duvall (son of Mareen Duvall "The Immigrant" and Mary)
DUVALL Susannah Duvall (daughter of Mareen Duvall "The Younger" and Elizabeth Jacob) married William Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams)
Isabella Duvall (daughter of Daniel Duvall and Alice Harden) married Hezekiah Fowler #1 (possible son of Thomas Fowler and grandson of Benjamin Fowler and Hamutal Stinchcomb)
  John Duvall (son of Mareen Duvall "The Younger") married Anne Fowler (daughter of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams)
  Marsh Mareen Duvall Sr. (son of John Duvall and Anne Fowler) married Susannah Ijams (daughter of William Ijams Jr. and Elizabeth Plummer)
Marsh Mareen Duvall Jr. married Ann Fowler (parents unknown)
  Priscilla Duvall (possible daughter of Mareen Duvall and granddaughter of Mareen Howard Duvall) married Bartholemew Thomas Fowler (parents unknown)
Rezin Duvall (son of Charles Duvall and Rebecca Beckett) married unknown Fowler.
STINCHCOMB Hamutal Stinchcomb (daughter of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Anna (Hawkins) Burle) married Benjamin Fowler (son of William Fowler and Susannah Duvall)
Nathaniel Stinchcomb (son of Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Anna Merriken) married Anna (Hawkins) Burle (daughter of John Burle)
  David Stinchcomb (parents unknown) married Sarah Dye, daughter of Stephen Andrew Dye and Mehetable Gerard.  Sarah's brother, Andrew G. Dye had a daughter, Sarah Ann Dye, who married (?) John Warder Mann whose wife, Abigail Devore, was the aunt of Elizabeth Devore who married James A. Fowler.
NAYLOR (NAILOR) Mary Naylor (daughter of George Naylor and Vilanda Isaac) married Benjamin Fowler (possible son of Benjamin Fowler and Hammutal Stinchcomb)
George Naylor (son of James Naylor and Ann Jones) married Vilanda Isaac (daughter of Richard Isaac and Sarah and sister of Drucilla and Kezia Isaac)
Benjamin Naylor (son of Batson Naylor and Margaret Fields) married Deborah Selby (daughter of William Wilson Selby and Elizabeth)
James Nicholas Naylor (son of Benjamin Naylor and Deborah Selby) married Sarah Selby (daughter of James Wilson Selby and Elizabeth)
Nicholas Naylor (possible son of George Naylor and Vilanda Isaac) married Mary Selby (daughter of William MacGruder Selby and Martha Wilson)
DEVORE Elizabeth Devore (daughter of Jeremiah Devore and Nancy Mann) married James A. Fowler (son of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor)
Jeremiah Devore (son of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker) married Nancy Mann (daughter of George A. Mann and Elizabeth Palmer)
Abigail Devore (daughter of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker) married John Mann (son George A. Mann and Elizabeth Palmer)
David Devore (son of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker) married Eleanor Alice Mann (daughter of Christopher Mann and Ann)
SELBY Deborah Selby (daughter of William Wilson Selby and Elizabeth) married Benjamin Naylor (son of Batson Naylor and Margaret Fields)
Rachel Selby (parents unknown) married Benjamin Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams)
Sarah Selby (daughter of James Wilson Selby and Elizabeth) married James Nicholas Naylor (son of Benjamin Naylor and Deborah Selby)
Mary Selby (daughter of William MacGruder Selby and Martha Wilson) married Nicholas Naylor (possible son of George Naylor and Vilanda Isaac)
Drucilla Selby (daughter of Zachariah F. Selby) married Edmond W. Fowler (possible son of Zachariah Fowler and Sarah Polke)
Elizabeth Selby (parents unknown) married Isaac Fowler (son of Jeremiah Fowler and Drucilla Isaac)
Joshua Wilson Selby (son of William MacGruder Selby and Martha Wilson) married Sarah Fowler (daughter of Jeremiah Fowler and Drucilla Isaac)
Lingan Wilson Selby (son of William MacGruder Selby and Martha Wilson) married Drucilla Fowler (daughter of Jeremiah Fowler and Drucilla Isaac).
Margaret Selby (parents unknown) married Samuel Fowler (possible son of Joseph Fowler and grandson of Benjamin Fowler and Rachel Selby)
ISAAC Drucilla Isaac (daughter of Richard Isaac and Sarah) married Jeremiah Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams)
Kezia Isaac (daughter of Richard Isaac and Sarah) married Benoni Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams).
Vilanda Isaac (daughter of Richard Isaac and Sarah) married George Naylor (son of James Naylor and Ann Jones)
MACCARTY Samuel Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams) married Sarah MacCarty
LINTHICUM John Fowler (son of Thomas Fowler and Susannah Ijams) married Mary Linthicum
MANN Nancy Mann (daughter of George A. Mann and Elizabeth Palmer) marreid Jeremiah Devore (son of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker)
Eleanor Alice Mann (daughter of Christopher Mann and Ann) married David Devore (son of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker)
John Mann (son of George A. Mann and Elizabeth Palmer) married Abigail Devore (daughter of Nicholas Devore and Sarah Decker)
CARSON Benjamin Nicholas Fowler (son of James A. Fowler and Elizabeth Devore) married Nancy A. Carson (parents unknown)
  David Carson (son of Henry Carson and Agnes) married Margaret Ellis.  Their son, Henry Carson, married Rebecca Fowler (daughter of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor)
ELLIS Col. James Ellis married Mary Veatch (Veach).  Their son Nathan married Mary Ann Walker and their daughter Margaret married David Carson, father-in-law of Benjamin Nicholas Fowler.
VEATCH (VEACH) Mary Veatch was the daughter of James Veatch and Rachel Beall.  She was the grandmother of Margaret Ellis who married David Carson (see above)
DEWITT Sarah Dewitt (daughter of Zachariah Price Dewitt and Elizabeth Tuts or Deats) married Jeremiah Fowler (son of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor)
  Solomon Dewitt (son of Henry Dewitt and Anne Smith) married Nancy Fowler (possible daughter of Joseph Fowler; possible great-granddaughter of Benjamin Fowler and Hamutal Stinchcomb)
BURLE Ann Burle (daughter of John Burle and granddaughter of Stephen Burle and Blanche Ryder) married Nathaniel Stinchcomb.
PITMAN (PITTMAN) Rebecca Pitman (daughter of Calvin B. Pitman and Hannah Phares) married Zachariah Dewitt (son of Zachariah Price Dewitt and Elizabeth Tuts or Deats)
  Susan Pitman (daughter of Calvin B. Pitman and Hannah Phares) married Felix Dewitt Fowler (possible son of James A. Fowler and Elizabeth Devore)
FREEMAN Benjamin Freeman married Mary Fowler (daughter of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor). 
  Abigail Freeman married Abner Carson (son of Joseph Linn Carson and Mary Henderson).  It is not known if Abner was related to Nancy A. Carson who married Benjamin Nicholas Fowler.

 

Anne Arundel and Prince Georges Counties - Maryland

WILLIAM IJAMS AND ELIZABETH CHENEY
Connections between the Ijams, Fowlers, Duvalls and Selbys began in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland in the 1600's.  William Ijams, the father of Susannah, was born ca 1640 and died July 27, 1703 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.  He married Elizabeth Cheney who was born ca 1652 and died after 1726 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.  We find references to William in early records of Anne Arundel County.  In some of the records the spelling of the name IJAMS was EYOMS.

MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: VOLUME III.
Eyoms, William, Anne Arundel Co., Filed: 16th Feb., 1698; Proved: 10th Nov., 1703.
To eld. son William, 5 shillings.
To dau. Eliza: Duvall, 5 shillings.
To son Richard and heirs, 100 Acres (unnamed) nr. Patuxent R., Prince George's Co.
To young. son George and heirs, 100 Acrea on s. side Western Run.
To wife Eliza:, extx., dower rights. Residue of personalty to be divided among sons Richard and George, and daus. Hester and Susanna.
Test: Clement Davies, Rich'd Chaney, Jno. Robertson, Robt. Davis.

WILLIAM IJAMS JR. AND ELIZABETH PLUMMER
William Ijams Jr. was born ca 1670 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.  He married Elizabeth Plummer who was born ca 1678 and died before September 22, 1762 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.  Their daughter, Susannah, married Marsh Mareen Duvall Sr., son of John Duvall and Anne Fowler.  (Anne was the daughter of Susannah Ijams and Thomas Fowler).  Their son, Richard, married Anne Cheney.  Their son, George, married Elizabeth Bashford.  Their daughter, Elizabeth, married Samuel Duvall, son of Mareen Duvall "The Immigrant" and Mary.   

SUSANNAH IJAMS AND THOMAS FOWLER
Susannah Ijams was born 1677 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.  She married Thomas Fowler who was born February 27, 1670/1671 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.  They were married October 15, 1695/1696.  Little is known about the origin of Thomas.  Their children were: Elizabeth (1697), William (1698/1699), Thomas (1700), Susanna (1701/1702), John (1703), Benjamin (1703), Samuel (1706), Mary (1708), Richard (1709), Jeremiah (1711), Anne (1713), Benoni (1715). 

Children's Marriages:
William Fowler married Susannah Duvall August 25, 1724. 
Thomas Fowler married Eliza Day November 3, 1726 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.
John Fowler married Mary Linthicum October 6, 1724 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland. 
Benjamin Fowler married Rachel Selby December 4, 1729 in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland.
Samuel Fowler married Sarah MacCarty (not proven) June 3, 1736 in Baltimore Co., Maryland.
Mary Fowler married John Copeland November 10, 1726 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland.
Richard Fowler married Honour Logsdon September 13, 1730.
Jeremiah Fowler married Drucilla Isaac February 10, 1737/1738 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.
Anne Fowler married John Duvall October 23, 1738 in Maryland.
Benoni Fowler married Kezia Isaac September 24, 1734 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.

RICHARD IJAMS AND ANNE CHENEY
Richard Ijams married Anne Cheney January 16, 1705/1706 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.  Anne was born May 18, 1691 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland and died October 16, 1717 in that county.  Their children were: Elizabeth (1707), John (1708), Mary (1709), Rachel (1710), Richard (1711), William (1712), Cheney (1713).

GEORGE IJAMS AND ELIZABETH BASHFORD
George Ijams was born 1693 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.  He married Elizabeth Bashford 1715.  Their children were: Elizabeth, Susanna, Jacob (1716), Samuel (1721/1722), William, John (1725), Mary (1728), George.

ELIZABETH IJAMS AND SAMUEL DUVALL
Elizabeth Ijams married Samuel Duvall June 18, 1697 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.  Samuel was born ca. 1667 and died 1741.  Samuel was the son of Mareen Duvall "The Immigrant" and Mary.

 

WILLIAM FOWLER AND SUSANNAH DUVALL AND THEIR CHILDREN
Susannah Duvall was the daughter of Mareen Duvall "The Younger" and Elizabeth Jacob.  Susannah was b. ca 1704 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.

From the Archives of Maryland we find three deeds between Mareen Howard Duvall and the Fowlers:

DUVALL, MAREEN H.-DEED FROM JACOB FOWLER-(1772) Archives, Maryland Province, Society of Jesus
DUVALL, MAREEN H.-DEED FROM WILLIAM FOWLER-(1773) Archives, Maryland Province, Society of Jesus
DUVALL, MAREEN H.-DEED FROM WILLIAM FOWLER-(1776) Archives, Maryland Province, Society of Jesus
http://www.library.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/mi/mi%7D563.htm

The Children of William Fowler and Susannah Duvall were:

Elizabeth Fowler b. December 27, 1725
Susanna Fowler b. January 15, 1726/1727
Thomas Fowler b. February 24, 1728/1729
Mareen Fowler b. January 20, 1731/1731
Benjamin Fowler b. December 16, 1733; married Hamutal Stinchcomb b. March 12, 1736.
John Fowler b. ca 1740 of Pennsylvania; married Susannah
Jacob Fowler b. probably before 1755
William Fowler b. after 1756
Henry Fowler

John, Thomas and Jacob Fowler migrated to Pennsylvania.  John was listed as a property owner in Fayette Co, PA in 1787 along with John Duvall.  John and Susannah's children were: Joshua Sr. (ca 1759), John D.?  (ca 1764), Caleb (1764), Ruth (1774), Isaac (1776), Reason (ca 1780), Nehemiah (ca 1789), Nancy, Sophia, Sarah.  Possible children of Jacob Fowler were: Jacob and Enoch.  Children and spouse of Thomas are unknown.

History of Fayette County,
by Franklin Ellis, Philadelphia,
L H Everts and Company, published 1882, p. 565
Georges Township, Fayette County, Penna
Georges Twp. Property owners, 1787
John Fowler
John P Duval

In the 1790 Federal Census we find John, Thomas and Jacob and some of their descendants:

1790 Census
Caleb Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (11100) 1male over 16, 1 male under 16, 1 female Pg 106
John Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (10000) 1 male over 16, no females Pg 106
Jacob Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (23400) 2 males over 16, 3 males under 16, 4 females Pg 108
John Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (21400) 2 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 4 females Pg 108
Joseph (Joshua?) Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (10100) 1 male over 16, 1 female Pg 108
Thomas Fowler Tyrone, Fayette, PA 1790 (10200) 1 male over 16, 2 females Pg 111
John Fowler Springhill, Fayette, PA 1790 (10000) 1 male over 16, no females Pg 109

It is believed that Benjamin Fowler remained in Anne Arundel Co, Maryland and died probably before 1790.  His wife, Hamutal Stinchcomb Fowler, was found in the 1790 census living in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland.  (See note below)

William Fowler may also have remained in Maryland.  A William Fowler and a William Fowler Jr. were found in the 1790 census of Prince Georges Co., Maryland along with many Duvalls.  In 1800 a William Fowler was found in Prince Georges Co., Maryland.  In 1820 a William Fowler was found in Jefferson Co., Ohio along with a Bartholemew and Patrick Fowler. 

1790 census
Mareen Howard Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (404)
Samuel Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (446)
Charles Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (236)
Ben Duvall (Chappel), Prince Georges, MD 1790 (313)
Mareen Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (126)
Gabriel Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (100)
Thomas Duvall Jr, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (143)
John Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (253)
Joseph Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (414)
Alexander Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (123)
James Duvall Jr, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (111)
John Duvall Sr?, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (211)
John Duvall of Marsh, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (111)
Colmon Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (102)
Benjamin of Marsh Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (111)
Daniel Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (114)
next line: Benjmain of Eli Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (254)
Alles? Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (201)
Thos of Benj Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (335)
John Duvall, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (315)
FOWLERS WHO WERE THERE:
Abraham Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (235) Pg 94
Joseph Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (122) Pg 94
Samuel Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (130) Pg 94
Thomas Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (124) Pg 94
William, Jr Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (151) Pg 94
William, Jur Fowler Not Stated, Prince Georges, MD 1790 (103) Pg 94

1800 census
Joseph Fowler Not Stated, Prince George's, MD 1800 (10001-00011) age 45+ <b. bef 1755>
NEXT LINE: William Fowler Not Stated, Prince George's, MD 1800 (10010-00100) age 26-45 <b. bef 1774>

1820 census
Bartholomew Fowler Warren,Jefferson,OH 1820
William Fowler Warren,Jefferson,OH 1820
Patrick Fowler Island Creek,Jefferson,OH 1820

 

BENJAMIN FOWLER AND HAMUTAL STINCHCOMB AND THEIR POSSIBLE CHILDREN 
Benjamin Fowler married Hamutal Stinchcomb in 1760 in Baltimore Co., Maryland.  Their possible children were: John, James, Joseph, Phillip, Zachariah, Benjamin (1765/1768), Moses, Thomas.

In the 1790 Federal Census we find Hamutal Fowler along with some other familiar names:

1790 census
Hamistual Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (1-1-2) Image 42
SAME PAGE: Thomas Stinchcomb (2-2-4) Image 42
John Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (2-0-2) Image 37
SAME PAGE: Abner Linthicum (1-0-1) ; Bonisal? Linthicum (1-1-1); Zachariah Jacob (3-0-1) Image 37
Priscilla Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790
Samuel Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (black)
Thomas Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (3-0-3) Image 17
SAME PAGE: Richard Sansberry (1-1-4); Joptha Selby (1-0-7); Joseph Selby (1-0-7); Edward Gaither (3-0-1) Image 17
Thomas Fouler Not Stated, Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (1-3-3?) Image 25
SAME PAGE: Nathan? Linthicum (2-0-4) Image 25

An analysis of the 1790 census record for Hamutal places her possible son, Benjamin Jr., living in her household along with his wife (Mary Naylor) and their son, James A. Fowler who would have been about age 3.  However, it is more likely that Benjamin Jr. was in Northumberland, PA in 1790.  A Ben, David and Asahel Fowler were found in the 1790 census there along with several Devore families, including the grandfather of Benjamin Nicholas Fowler's mother. In 1800 a Benjamin Fowler was listed on early Madison Co., Kentucky records along with a Jeremiah and Joseph Fowler.  In the 1820 Federal Census Benjamin was found in Oxford Twp., Butler Co., Ohio along with a younger Jeremiah and James.  Also in that county were Joseph and Isaac Fowler, James, Allen and Isaac Mann.  It is believed that this Joseph Fowler was the son of the older Joseph who was in Madison Co., Kentucky and probably the brother of Benjamin Jr.

POSSIBLE TIMELINE FOR BENJAMIN JR:
1765 - 1790: Living in Maryland - possibly Anne Arundel or Prince George County
1790 - 1799: Living in Maryland, Pennsylvania or Kentucky
1800 - 1807: Living in Madison Co, Kentucky
1808 - 1820+: Living in Oxford Twp, Butler Co, Ohio - probably died there before 1830

1790 census analysis
Hamistual Fouler Anne Arundel, MD 1790 (1-1-2) Image 42
1 Male over 16 - Benjamin Jr.??
1 Male under 16 - James A. Fowler (b. 1787) ??
2 Females - Hammutal and wife of Benjamin Jr. (Mary Naylor) ??

1790 census -
NORTHUMBERLAND CO, PA:
Ben P D Fowler Northumberland, PA 1790 (231) (Image 25)
David Fowler Northumberland, PA (111) (Image 25)
Asahel Fowler Northumberland, PA (111) -- ASA? (Image 25)
Abm (Abner? ) Devore Not Stated, Northumberland, PA 1790 (133) Image 4 - diff. to read first name
Nicholes Devore Not Stated, Northumberland, PA 1790 (132) Image 4 - grandfather of Elizabeth Devore who married Benjamin Nicholas Fowler's father James - hence the middle name Nicholas
Henry Devore Not Stated, Northumberland, PA 1790 (100) Image 3
Andrew Carson Not Stated, Northumberland, PA 1790 (111) Image 16
John Carson Not Stated, Northumberland, PA 1790 (224) Image 34

KENTUCKY CENSUS - 1800
BENJAMIN FOWLER KY Madison County No Township Listed 1800
JEREMIAH FOWLER KY Madison County No Township Listed 1800 (Ben's cousin?)
JOSEPH FOWLER KY Madison County No Township Listed 1789 (Ben's cousin?)
JOSEPH FOWLER KY Madison County No Township Listed 1800 (Ben's cousin?)

1820 Census - Butler Co, Ohio
Benjamin Fowler Oxford,Butler,OH 1820 (010101-01201) age 45+ (Pg 71)
Jeremiah Fowler Oxford,Butler,OH 1820 (000010-10100) age 26-45 (Pg 71) (Ben's son)
James Fowler Oxford,Butler,OH 1820 (810010-10010) age 26-45 (Pg 71)
NEXT DOOR: Zachariah Dewitt (010101-12210) age 45+ (Pg 71)
NEXT DOOR: Hannah Dewitt (010000-00011) age 45+ (Pg 71)
ALSO THERE:
Joseph Fowler Wayne Twp (Pg 135) (310010-01010) age 26-45 (Ben's son or nephew?)
Isaac Fowler, Reily Twp. (000100-00010) no young males (age 18-26) (p. 118)
James Mann Fairfield,Butler,OH 1820 (Image 7) (021201-31101) oldest male 45+
Allen Mann Oxford,Butler,OH 1820 (Image 9) (200010-21010) oldest male 26-45
Isaac Mann Oxford,Butler,OH 1820 (Image 7) (110101-00101) oldest male 45+

The other possible children of Benjamin Fowler and Hamutal Stinchcomb were located in various other records:

A James and Moses Fowler were listed in early Mason Co., Kentucky records in 1790 and 1800 along with a a John Naylor/Nailor.

KENTUCKY CENSUS
JAMES FOWLER KY Mason County No Township Listed 1800
MOSES FOWLER KY Mason County No Township Listed 1790
JOHN NAILOR KY Mason County No Township Listed 1800

A Phillip Fowler was listed in the 1830 Federal Census living in Butler Co., Ohio along with Benjamin Fowler (possible son of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor), Daniel Fowler (possible son of Thomas Fowler) and Jared Fowler (possible son of Phillip Fowler).

1830 Census - Madison, Butler, OH
Benjamin Fowler (010001-321001) oldest male age 30-40
OTHER FOWLERS IN BUTLER OH IN 1830
Fowler, Daniel Lemon, Butler, OH 1830 (102001-010001) oldest male age 30-40 (1840 Butler OH)
Fowler, Jared Liberty, Butler, OH 1830 (500001-01001) same page as Philip,male age 30-40 (1840 Butler OH)
Fowler, Philip Liberty, Butler, OH 1830 (000000001) male age 60-70 <1760-1770>

Zachariah Fowler married Sarah Polke.  In 1783 a Zachariah Fowler was listed in the Assessment Index of Baltimore Co., Maryland.  A Zachariah Fowler was listed in the 1790 Federal Census in Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore Co., Maryland along with Isaac Fowler, Richard Fowler, Richard Fowler Jr, Tamar Fowler, Thomas Fowler and a younger Zachariah Fowler.  A Zachariah Fowler was listed in Nelson Co., Kentucky in 1792 and 1800.  In the 1810 Federal Census he was listed in Nelson Co., Kentucky along with a younger William Fowler.  In the 1820 Federal Census Zachariah was listed in Bradstown, Nelson Co., Kentucky along with a younger Bernard Fowler.  In the 1830 Federal Census Zachariah was listed in Nelson Co., Kentucky along with a younger John Fowler.  Nicholas Naylor (believed to be the brother of Mary Naylor) was living in Madison, Pike Co., Indiana in 1820 - same township as Zachariah Fowler Jr. and Thomas Fowler, sons of Zachariah Fowler and Sarah Polke.  Nicholas was over age 45 and does not show up in subsequent census records, so it's possible that he died before 1830.  Also there were several Selby families. 

Maryland State Archives
MARYLAND INDEXES
(Assessment of 1783, Index) 1783 Baltimore County
MSA S 1437
http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1437/html/1437ba.html
Zachariah Fowler. BA Back River Lower Hundred, p. 3. MSA S 1161-2-3 1/4/5/45
Tamer Fowler. BA Back River Lower Hundred, p. 3. MSA S 1161-2-3 1/4/5/45

1790 CENSUS
Samuel Nailer Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Isaac Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Richd Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Richd, Junr Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Tamar Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Thos Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Zacheriah Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790
Zachriah Fowler Patapsco Lower Hundred, Baltimore, MD 1790

ZACHARIAH FOWLER KY Nelson County No Township Listed 1800
ZACHERIAH FOWLER KY Nelson County No Township Listed 1792
ZACHERIAH FOWLER KY Nelson County No Township Listed 1792

The 1810 Federal Census for Nelson Co., KY shows:
William Fowler 00100 00000 00 pg 29
Zachariah Fowler 31101 20310 00 pg 28

Elijah, James, and Edmond W. fit as the three sons of Zachariah
Fowler who were under 10 in 1810. Thomas, Edmond W., and James
Fowler all purchased Federal land near each other between 1829 and
1836 in Madison Twp., Pike Co., IN.

1820 census
Bernard Fowler Bradstown,Nelson,KY 1820 (2001?-00010) age 26-45 (Image 7)
Zachariah Fowler Bradstown,Nelson,KY 1820 (110??-02010) (Image 14)

1830 census
John Fowler Not Stated, Nelson, Kentucky (30001-0001) age 20-30 <1800-1810> (Image 37)
Zriah Fowler Not Stated, Nelson, Kentucky (1100010001-310031) age 70-80 <1750-1760> (Image 47)

1820 census - Madison, Pike, IN 1820
Nicholas Nailer (000001-00001) age 45+ Image 2
2 LINES AWAY: Jeremiah Selby (100101-01200) oldest male age 45+ Image 2
Z F Selby (000020-04101) Image 2
Thomas Fowler (100010-10100) oldest male age 26-45 Image 2
John Selby (000201-00001) oldest male age 45+ Image 2
Thomas Selby (100001-00001) oldest male age 45+ Image 2
NEXT LINE: Joshua Selby (200010-20010) oldest male age 26-45 Image 2
William Fowler (Washington Twp, Pike, IN) (100010-20010) oldest male age 26-45 Image 2

Thomas Fowler was located in census records living in Darke Co., Ohio, slightly north of Butler Co., Ohio along with a John Devore, John M. Fouler, Daniel Fowler, John Fowler, Hezekiah Fowler and Hezekiah Fowler Jr.  He was not listed in subsequent census records so he probably died before 1830.

DARKE CO OHIO WAS FORMED 1809 FROM MIAMI CO
1820 CENSUS
John Devor Greenville,Darke,OH 1820 (011301-00102) oldest male age 45+ <b. before 1775> PG 132
NO OTHER DEVORES LISTED
ALSO THERE:
John M Fouler or Fanlon? Greenville, Darke, OH (300010-00010) oldest male age 26-45 <1775-1794> PG 131 (next to Thomas)
Daniel Fowler Greenville, Darke OH (200010-00100) oldest male age 26-45 (next to Thomas Fowler) PG 131
Thomas Fowler Greenville, Darke OH 1820 (000001-no females) male age 45+ b. before 1775 (same page as John Fowler) PG 131
John Fowler Greenville, Darke, OH 1820 (200010-10010) oldest male age 26-45 <1775-1794> (next to Hiram? Dean) PG 131
Hezekiah Fowler Washington, Darke, OH 1820 (000100-no females) male age 18-26 <1794-1802> PG 149
Hezekiah Fowler Washington, Darke, OH 1820 (000010-no females) male age 26-45 <1775-1794> PG 152

NOTE:

Another Benjamin Fowler born 1735 in Maryland was located in another family tree.  He married Ales (Alice) and had two sons: James (1758) and John.  It is possible this Benjamin was the one who married Hammutal Stinchcomb.  His marriage to Hammutal may have been a second marriage.

Also, there was another Benjamin Fowler born in this time period in Maryland (son of William Fowler and Susannah Duvall).  He was born ca. Dec. 16, 1733.  No further information is known about him.  He may have been the father of the Benjamin Fowler who went to Oxford, Butler, OH instead of the one who married Hammutal Stinchcomb.  However, David Stinchcomb, believed to be a relative of Hammutal, was in the same unit with several allied individuals in the War of 1812 serving in Ohio.  This, in itself, is not proof, but it is evidence to support the theory that our Benjamin was descended from the Benjamin who married Hammutal Stinchcomb, in addition to the fact that they were in Anne Arundel, MD at the same time as the other allied families were there. 

David Stinchcomb was in Miami Co, OH in 1820, 1830 and 1840.  He was born 1794 in PA.  He married Sarah Dye in 1811 whose parents were from Washington, PA.  Their son Stephen was born 1815 in Ohio and was living in La Porte, Indiana in 1850.  This means his father David was in Ohio by 1815, close to the same time that Benjamin Fowler went there.  He was still in La Porte, Indiana in 1880 and shows his father's birth place was PA.  This places his father David in PA possibly at the same time as Ben Fowler and Mary Naylor.

Abram Beedle was also married in Miami Co, Ohio in 1812.  Abram was the father of John R. Beedle who married Isabelle Carson, sister of Nancy A. Carson who married Benjamin Nicholas Fowler.  His father Joseph Beedle was from Washington Co, PA.

More evidence: The parents of David Stinchcomb are not known, but he may have been the son of George Stinchcomb and Mary Hammond who were in Rostraver Twp, Westmoreland, PA before going to Ohio after 1810. Also in 1810 Rostraver, PA was Major John Ellis, son of Capt. James Ellis and Mary Ann Walker.  John's sister, Margaret Ellis, married David Carson and their son Henry married Rebecca Fowler, daughter of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor. A Larkin Stinchcomb was in Westmoreland, PA in 1800 and 1810.  He was in Allegheny, PA in 1820 and 1840.  I cannot find much information on a Larkin Stinchcomb, so it is not known who his parents were.  He married Rachel Stocksdale in 1792 Baltimore Co, MD.  Here are marriages in Baltimore Co, MD for Stinchcombs from 1778-1800:

George Stinchcomb and Aberilla Andrews, June 21, 1783, 11-BA-6
McLain Stinchcomb and Nackey Merryman, Sept 19, 1778, 11-BA-1
Larkin Stinchcomb and Rachel Stocksdale, Nov. 25, 1792, 6-BA
Thomas Stinchcomb and Ruth Owings, Apr. 23, 1778, 11-BA-1
Victor Stinchcomb and Ann Cord, Mar. 14, 1790, 6-BA

Note Victor Stinchcomb who married Ann Cord.  The reference next to their marriage record is the same as the reference next to the marriage record of Larkin Stinchcomb.  Victor was the son of John Stinchcomb and Ann Worthington, and grandson of Capt. John Stinchcomb and Catherine McCleane.  It is not known if they had a son named Larkin.  Larkin may also have been the son of Thomas Stinchcomb and Ruth Owings.  Further discussion about their son John O. Stinchcomb is below.

Another Sarah Dye married John Warder Mann in or near Miami, OH.  He was the son of John Mann and Abigail Devore.  Abigail was the aunt of Elizabeth Devore who married James A. Fowler, son of Benjamin Fowler and Mary Naylor.  This Sarah dye was probably the daughter of Andrew G. Dye and Elizabeth Martin.  Andrew G. Dye was the brother of the other Sarah Dye who married David Stinchcomb.  Andrew G. Dye was born in Mason, KY.  This is where some of the Fowler/Devore and allied families went before going to Ohio.  He was born in 1795 and Sarah was born in 1794, so the chances are good that she was also born in Mason, KY at about the same time that the Fowlers and Devores were also there.

David Stinchcomb may also have been the son or grandson of one of Hammutal's brothers.  She had two known brothers: Nathaniel born Sept. 21, 1739 and Thomas born May 21, 1742.  Thomas had no known sons named David but little is known about Nathaniel.  I found a Nathaniel Stinchcomb who married Airy Cannon on Oct. 6, 1791 in Baltimore, MD.  They may be connected to the unknown David.  This Nathaniel is rather old to be the father of David, but he may be his grandfather.  Another marriage between a George Stinchcomb and Mary Cannon was located in Baltimore, MD with a date of July 5, 1809.  George could be an unknown nephew of Hammutal.   The following census record shows that he was born ca. 1786.  It is possible he was the son of Hammutal's brother, Thomas Stinchcomb and Ruth Owings.  Note the name Cannon referenced below in the same Maryland record with Thomas Stinchcomb.  Also, George was born about two years after the unidentified Larkin Stinchcomb who could have been his brother.  George may also have had a close relative named Nathaniel who married Airy Canon in 1791.

1850 Census - Howard, Anne Arundel, Maryland
George Stinchcomb, 64, farmer, $5000, MD
Mary Stinchcomb, 60, Maryland (note: nee Canon)
William Norfolk Stinchcomb, 6, North Carolina
Louisa Stinchcomb, 6, Maryland

A record from the Maryland Chancery Court reveals the name "Aria" Stinchcomb, which is probably the same person as "Airy" nee Canon.  Also mentioned in this document was William Cannon, most likely a close relative of Aria.  Several people were involved in a court suit against Moses Cannon over the estate of William Cannon, Sr.  Therefore, it looks like Aria, Mary, William and Moses Cannon were all children of William Cannon, Sr.  This suit took place in 1828 and Aria's husband is not mentioned, so he may have died prior to this.  It also links Mary and Aria nee Cannon with George Stinchcomb.  Since Nathaniel and Aria were married in 1791 and George and Mary were married in 1809 (an 18-year difference), it is possible that Mary and Aria Cannon were not sisters, but perhaps cousins, and the same for George and Nathaniel Stinchcomb.

MARYLAND CHANCERY COURT PAPERS
http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s500/s512/html/s512r.html
Date: 1828/10/14
4781: George Stinchcomb, Mary Stinchcomb, Elizabeth Ratcliff, Aria Stinchcomb, Nancy Fox, and William Cannon vs. Moses Cannon. AA. Estate of William Cannon, Sr.
Accession No.: 17,898-4781 MSA S512-6-4948 Location: 1/37/1/

A Moses Cannon was listed in the 1830 Federal census in Bethel, Miami, Ohio.  David Stinchcomb was in Staunton, Miami, Ohio in 1830.  This is possible further evidence of a connection between David Stinchcomb and those mentioned above.

1830 CENSUS
Moses Cannon Bethel, Miami, Ohio (2100001-11001) age 40-50 <1780-1790>

A John Canon was listed in cemetery records (probably from Rev. War lists) buried in Miami Co, Ohio.  He was born 1760.  Other Cannon/Canon names in Miami County are shown below.  If you have information on any of these people please contact Sandra.

Miami Genealogical Index
Cannon, Catharine M 1834 Marr Helvey, William Miami
Cannon, Elijah Xt 1849 Deed 25 371 Lostcreek Twp Mi
Cannon, Eva M 1855 Marr Lic# 7158 Mumford, James Mi
Canon, John "Elder" D 1831 GvSt Cem# 603 Hyattsville Cemetery Mi
Canon, John "Elder" B 1760 GvSt Cem# 603 Miami

According to other researchers, William Stinchcomb, his wife Henrietta, and Son George, moved to Westmoreland county, PA. about 1789/1790.  William was the son of John Stinchcomb and Catherine McCleane and third cousin to Hamutal Stinchcomb who married Benjamin Fowler I.

Another possibility for David Stinchcomb's father was George Stinchcomb.  A George Stinchcomb was located in the 1800 census in Middlesex, Butler, PA.  He arrived in Butler, PA in 1796 and was a native of Ireland, so he may not be connected to the Stinchcombs of Maryland.  He was indexed as Stenckecomb by ancestry.com.  He had three young males born between 1790 and 1800 in his household.  One of them could have been David, but I tend to think David was from the Maryland Stinchcomb clan because his wife's (Sarah Dye)  birth place was probably Mason, KY where some Fowler, Devore and other allied families were at the time of her birth.   Also, a Rachel Fowler married Tunis Bennet in Mason, KY and they lived only a few doors away from a relative of Sarah Dye.  Rachel may have been the daughter of James Fowler or Moses Fowler, both of whom were in Mason, KY.

1800 census
Geo Stinchcomb Middlesex, Butler, PA 1800 (30001-10001) age 45+

HISTORY OF BUTLER CO, PA
http://www.rootsweb.com/~pabutler/1895/95x37.htm
Clinton Township -- Patrick HARVEY was the first settler here, as well as the pioneer of Old Buffalo. He selected his land in 1793, cleared a small portion in 1794, and brought his family to the location in 1795. George STINCHCOMB and George PLANTS settled in 1796. Thomas WATSON, Revolutionary soldier, settled in 1797.
George STINCHCOMB a native of Ireland, located here towards the close of 1796, but soon after sold his improvements to Barnett STEPP.

A John O. Stinchcomb was found in the 1820 census of Redstone, Fayette, PA.  This is a location where many of the Fowlers were located from 1790 to at least 1820.  He was born before 1775.  It is not known who he was *, but may be closely related to David, although David was already in Ohio by 1815.  If he was closely related to John he may have gone to Ohio with some of the Dye family who were near Fayette, PA (in Washington, PA) from 1790 to at least 1820.  Several members of the Dye family remained in PA after the others went to Kentucky and Ohio.  Since John was born in 1782 and his first known child was born in 1821, he probably had some unknown children before that.  He had three known sons born after 1820 and yet the 1820 census shows four young males.  Obviously, some of them are missing.  David could have been his son also.

UPDATE 1/2/2006:   After some investigative work it was learned that John O. Stinchcomb was the grand nephew of Hammutal Stinchcomb who married Benjamin Fowler I.  This makes sense, since he was in Fayette, PA at the same time as relatives of Benjamin.  It is quite possible that David Stinchcomb was the son of John O. Stinchcomb since he was born in PA.   Larkin Stinchcomb married Rachel Stocksdale 1792 in Baltimore, MD.  Her possible brother, Edward Stocksdale, married Sarah Gosnell whose second husband was John O. Stinchcomb.  John O. Stinchcomb was the son of Thomas Stinchcomb and Ruth Owings, so it is probable that Larkin was also their son.

1820 Census
Larkin stinchccomb Versailles,Allegheny,PA 1820
John O Stinchcomb  Redstone, Fayette, PA 1820 (22001-03011) age 45+ <b. bef. 1775>
SAME PAGE: Peter, Joseph and Isaac Hammon

* John O. Stinchcomb was found in the 1850 census living in York, Morgan, OH, born ca. 1782 in Maryland. 

SOME MORE EVIDENCE OF JOHN O. STINCHCOMB'S PARENTS

Below is an extract from the Maryland Archives wherein Thomas Stinchcomb is referenced in the same document as Mordecai Gosnell.  Mordecai was the first cousin of Sarah Gosnell who married John O. Stinchcomb.  This places John in close proximity to Thomas in at least one instance.

MARYLAND ARCHIVES
Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Commissions Issued to William Hudson appointed Captain
Philip Rister first Lieut, James Griffith second Lieut Alexander
Davis Ensign,
Mordecai GOSNELL Capt Richard Davis first
Lieut Edward Parish second Lieut, John Dornbough Ensign,
Thomas
OWINGS, Capt David Sutherland first Lieut, William
Murphy second Lieut, Joshua Hurd Ensign,
Joshua OWINGS,
first Lieutenant William Gardner second Lieut,
Thomas STINCHCOMB
Ensign in Capt
Nath STINCHCOMBS Comp and William
Kelly Ensign in Capt Christopher
OWINGS'S Compy belong-
ing to the Soldiers Delight Batt. in Baltimore County also to
Nicholas Kelly Ensign in Capt I. Cockey Owings Compy of
the Gunpowder Battalion in Baltimore County, also to
Brittingham Dickinson Capt Robert Moore first Lieut,
Caleb Shields second lieut, John
CANNON Ensign, Elam Bailey
Capt Walter Smith Parker first Lieut, Joshua Gary second
Lieutenant and Samuel Wright Waters Ensign in the Balti-
more Town Batt of Militia in Baltimore County and also to
Walter Queen Adjutant, William Bailey Capt Hezekiah Mag-
ruder first Lieut, Stophel Keser second Lieut, and Josiah Mag-
ruder Ensign of a Compy in the 29th Battalion in Frederick
County.
 

Since we don't know if or how David Stinchcomb was related to Hammutal, there is no solid proof of a connection between him and the Fowlers of Ohio, but there is some evidence. 

Other Sources:

Roster of Ohio Soliders in War of 1812
Roll of Capt. McClelland's Company (Probably From Greene County)
Serviced from Aug 22 to Sep 22, 1812 and from May 24 to Nov 24, 1813
John Devore, Isaac Dewitt,
Musician Daniel DeWitt
Roll of Capt. Ezekiel Kirtley's Company (County Unknonw)
Pvt. David Carson, David Stinchcomb
Roll of Captain Enoch Gest's Company (Feb 17 to Mar 17, 1813) - County Unknown
 

David Stinchcomb found in:
Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, TN 1720-1926
Spouse: Sarah Dye
Marriage Date: Mar 17, 1811
Location: Miami Co., Ohio

1800 census
Larkin Stintcombe South Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (00021-01001) age 45+ <b. before 1755>
John Ellis Donegal, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (01101-11101) age 45+ <b. before 1755>
Widow Fowler Hempfield, Westmoreland, PA 1800
Joseph Carson Derry, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (02110-31210) male age 26-45
William Carson Derry, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (00100-00100) male age 16-26
James Carson North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (00010-10100) male age 26-45
Benjamin Carson Wheatfield, Westmoreland, PA (11001-11101) male age 45+
Ezekiel Dye North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA 1800 (31110-22010) age 26-45

1810 Census
Larkin Stinscomb South Huntingdon, Westmoreland, PA 1810
James Ellis Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA 1810
James Ellis Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA 1810
John Ellis Union, Westmoreland, PA 1810
John Ellis Union, Westmoreland, PA 1810

Larkin Stinchcomb found in:
Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915
Spouse: Rachel, Stocksdale
Marriage Date: Nov 25, 1792
Location: Baltimore Co, Maryland

Nathaniel Stinchcomb found in:
Marriage Index: Maryland, 1655-1850
Married: Oct. 06, 1791 in: Baltimore Co., MD
Record type: This is a county court record. Gender: M
More about: This record can be found at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0013693-0013694.
Spouse name: Cannon, Airy
Spouse gender: F

 

Sources From The Miami Valley Genealogical Index
http://66.213.53.5/miami/searchs.cfm

Name Key Year Source Book Page Relevant County
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xr  1863  Deeds  38  350  Newton Twp.  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  1846  Marr      Turner, Elizabeth  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xt  1863  Deeds  38  645  Concord Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xr  1863  Deeds  38  653  Newton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xt  1861  Deeds  38  647  Concord Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xt  1857  Deeds  32  445  Union Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xr  1853  Deeds  28  106  Concord Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xt  1850  Deeds  25  671  Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xr  1850  Deeds  31  217  "99 Islands"  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  1850  Marr      Wolfendale, Jane  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew  Xt  1863  Deeds  39  32  Newton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1851  Deeds  31  22  "Part of 99 Islands"  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1853  Deeds  27  546  Washington Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1853  Deeds  27  560  Springcreek Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1855  Deeds  31  23  Concord Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1859  Deeds  34  369  Union Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Andrew, Jane  Xt  1859  Deeds  34  370  Union Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, Asa  Xt  1850  Deeds  25  708  Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  fc  1820  Cen    85  Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  GI  1812  Army        Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  sc  1827  Cen      Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  Xt  1829  Deeds  08  34  Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  fc  1830  Cen    34  Staunton Twn  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  Xt  1831  Deeds  09  221  Staunton Twp  Mi 
Stinchcomb, David  fc  1840  Cen    380  Staunton Township  Mi