17 July 2008

Rachel Ashabraner [????-????]

>>> Rachel Ashabraner is the daughter of Joseph Ashabraner and Elizabeth Ann Gullett, of Silver Creek, Indiana. Born between 1830 and 1836 in Indiana, possibly in Silver Creek. According to Edward Ashabraner she drowned while still young, 2-3 years old, but could have been at least 5 years old according to the 1840 census.

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Sources and Citations

1840 United States Federal Census Abstract:
Location: IN, Clark Co., No Twp Listed;
Roll: 75; Page: 259; Row: 19;
Depository Source: Ancestry.com; Image: 55;
Searched Name: Joseph Ashbranner;
Legend: S=Sex; A=Age; Bef.=Before; b.=Born; Cen.=Census;
Census: 1-1-0-0-1-1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--1-1-0-0-0-1-0-1-0-0-0-0-0--8

  1. M -- Age 30-39 [1801-1810] > Joseph
  2. F -- Age 30-39 [1801-1810] > Elizabeth
  3. M -- Age 20-29 [1811-1820] > Jacob --- I am guessing that Joseph's brother Jacob is living here at this time. Joseph's other brothers, Abraham married in 1839., and John, was found living in Franklin, Washington Co., Indiana during the 1840 census. David K was the only brother fitting the age listing under Henry's household during his 1840 census.
  4. M -- Age 5-9 [1831-1835] > William H
  5. F -- Age 5-9 [1831-1835] > (Rachel) ?
  6. M -- Age 0-4 [1836-1840] > John W
  7. F -- Age 0-4 [1836-1840] > Mary
  8. F -- Age 50-59 [1781-1790] > ? [Arminte "Minte" (Gladson) Gullett] --- I am guessing that this may be Joseph's mother-in-law, although I cannot confirm this at this time.

Charles Ashabranner Family Papers; Compiled/Organized by: Charles E Ashabraner; Compiled: [c.1920s].

  • This is a collection of family history notes and letters gathered and researched by Charles E Ashabraner. I transcribed these hanwritten documents, organized them, and annotated them with my comments in blue type. The original start date for this collection is not stated on any of the documents, but speculation based on certain events referanced might sugest sometime in the 1920s. A few updates were added as time went on.


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