Descendants of PETER ALLEN
Generation 1 - Peter Allen - Will of Peter Allen
Generation 2 - Peter Jr. - Luther - Marvin - Elisha - Asahel - James P. - Daniel R. - Norman
Generation 3 - Norman Milton - James Henry - Jonathan - Peter R.
Generation 4 - Mary Agatha - Katie Clar Eva - Hoyt M. - Mary Electa - Elisha John - Rueben Albert - Harry Jay - Frank Elmer - Rolland Benedict - Anna Louella - Melva
Generation No. 1
1. PETER1 ALLEN was born Bef. 1770 in Connecticut, and died 1836 in Michigan. He married ROENA "ROENY" PEARCE. She was born Bef. 1774.
Notes for PETER ALLEN:
Born bef 1770
Died 1836 in Michigan probably at the home of a son.
Little is known about Peter Allen except that he came to Onondaga County, NY from Connecticut and settled in or near the town of Fabius in the 1790s. He married Roena Pearce. Nothing more known about her. Known children of Peter and Roena were eight sons, Peter Jr., Daniel, Marvin, Luther, James P., Norman Elisha and Asahel. Peter was a contemporary of Enoch Benedict, also of Fabius. Elisha, son of Peter, and Mercy, daughter of Enoch, were married in February 1831, further linking those two families since two of Mercy's Benedict cousins also married Allens.
His will and supporting documents are as follows:
*Journal of the Clerk of court in the matter of the Will of Peter Allen
To the Surrogate of Onondaga [County]. The petition of Marvin Allen of
Canandaigua in the county of Ontario Showeth, that he is one of the executors named in the instrument of preparation of the last will and testament of Peter Allen late of the town of Pompey in the county of Onondaga deceased, bearing date the second day of May 1836, That he has caused Citation and Notice in the matter of having said Will to be duly and legally served according to law on all the next of kin of him now living.
Petitioner therefore requests that said instrument may be admitted to probate and to Record as a Will of real and personal estate. February 18, 1837
Surrogate Court )
In the matter of proving the will ) Onondaga County
of Peter Allen deceased )
by Marvin Allen of the town of Canandaiuga of the county of Ontario, being duly sworn, deposeth and saith that Peter Allen who was at a ___________rtely previous to his death, an inhabitant of the town of Fabius in the county of Onondaga aforesaid of State of New York, died in the territory of Michigan on or about the Eighth day of August last past leaving this deponent him surviving, also leaving Luther Allen and Asahel Allen, who reside in the county of Cattaraugus, State of New York, Also Norman Allen, James P. Allen and Daniel R. Allen who reside in said territory of Michigan; also James Allen the son of Elisha Allen deceased of the county of Cortland in said state of New York, also Harriet Allen, Roena Allen, Asahel Allen, children of Peter Allen Junior deceased, and two other children of Peter Allen Junior deceased whose names this deponent does not now recollect, who reside in said county of Cattaraugus, hiz (sic) only recl (sic) of kin and heirs at law him surviving; all of whom are of full age except the said Daniel R. Allen, James son of Elisha Allen, Harriet Allen, Roena Allen, Asahel Allen, son of said Peter Allen Junior and the two whose names are not recollected who are minors, under twenty one years of age that said Peter Allen deceased left [effects] in said Onondaga County, that the said Peter Allen deceased died a natural death an instrument in writing purposing to be his last will and testament and by which this deponent and Luther Allen are named as Executors thereof. This deponent therefore [requests] that such proceedings be had before the Surrogate of said county of Onondaga as are necessary to have said instrument admitted to probate and to receive as a will of real and personal estate, according to law.
Sworn: October 15, 1836. Marvin Allen
J. Fleming Juris Surrogate
The Surrogate will please appoint Elisha Litchfield of the town of the town of Pompey,
Onondaga County special guardian in the forgoing matter for the missing mentioned in the forgoing affidavit. Dated October 15th, 1836 Marvin Allen
Surrogate Court ) It is hereby ordered that the above named Elisha Litchfield is appointed special guardian in the forgoing matter for the aforementioned heirs.
Dated October 15th, 1836 J. Fleming Juris Surrogate
The people of the state of New York to the heirs at law and next of kin to Peter Allen late of the town of Fabius in the county of Onondaga, and state of New York deceased, Greetings.
Whereas Marvin Allen, an executor named in the last will and testament of the said deceased, has offered said will for probate before John Fleming Juris surrogate of the county of Onondaga, you are hereby cited to be and appear at the surrogate at a Surrogate Court to be held in said county of Onondaga at the Surrogate office in Mauling on Saturday the 18th day of February next at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day to attend the probate of said will.
Given under the hand and seal of office of said surrogate at Mauling in said county of Onondaga this 22nd day of December AD 1836. John Fleming Juris, Surrogate
In the matter of proving the will) To the heirs at law of Peter Allen late of the of Peter Allen deceased ) town of Fabius in the county of Onondaga and state of New York ,
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, an executor in the last will and testament of said deceased named, intends to apply to the surrogate of the county of Onondaga at a Surrogate Court to be holden in and for said county of Onondaga at the Surrogate's office in Mauling the 18th day of February next at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to have the said last will and testament of the said deceased, duly proved before said Surrogate and Recorded as a Will of real and Personal Estate, according to law. Dated the 22nd day of December AD 1836.
We the undersigned, living and next of kin to Peter Allen deceased, do hereby acknowledge due and legal service on us respectively of the above notice and the annexed citations.
Dated at Dayton January 11th, 1837. Luther Allen
Onondaga County) Marvin Allen being duly sworn, deposed that the before named Luther Allen and Asahel Allen are the only next of kin and heirs at law of Peter Allen deceased who are of full age and residing within the state of New York, Excepting the deponent who is one of the heirs of said deceased - that he is acquainted with the hand writing of said Luther and Asahel, and believing their signatures inscribed to the foregoing [document] are genuine.
Affirmed February 18th, 1837 Marvin Allen
J. Fleming Juris Surrogate
Elisha Litchfield, guardian ad litem for Daniel R. Allen, Harriet Allen, Asahel Allen, Polly Allen, Catharine Allen, Roena Allen and James Allen, minors, next of kin and heirs at law of Peter Allen deceased do hereby acknowledge due and legal service on me of the above notice and the annexed citation. Elisha Litchfield.
Philo H. Cole of the City of Albany, being duly sworn says that he is foreman in the office of the Albany Argus, and that the notice of which the annexed is a ?verified copy has been regularly published in said Albany Argus once in each week for six weeks successively culminating on the sixth day of January last past. Philo H. Cole.
Sworn before me the 14th day of February  F.W. Burt
State of New York ) Onondaga County, NY: Elisha Litchfield of the town of
Onondaga Surrogate Court ) Pompey in the County of Onondaga, being duly sworn
In the matter of the last will) and examined doth depose and say that he this deponent
and testament of ) was well acquainted with Peter Allen late of the town of
Peter Allen deceased ) Fabius in the County of
Onondaga, deceased. That this deponent was present as a witness and did see the said Peter Allen subscribe at the end thereof, the instrument now produced and shown to this department purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, bearing date the third day of May in the Year of Our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and thirty six. That the said testator at the same time declared the instrument so subscribed by him to be his last will and testament. That therefore the deponent and Sherman Morehouse subscribed their names at the end thereof _____ [theretro], at the bequest of the testator and in his presence; and that the said testator at the time of Executing and publishing the said last will and testament, was of full age and sound mind and Memory, not under any restraint and was in all aspects, competent to make a last will and testament.
Sworn before me this 18th day of February 1837. Elisha Litchfield
J. Fleming Juris, Surrogate
Surrogate Court ) Mauling February 18 AD 1837.
It is hereby ordered that the proceedings in the matter of proving the will of Peter Allen deceased, be adjourned over to the eleventh day of March next at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at this place. J. Fleming Juris, Surrogate
Onondaga County, Sherman Morehouse of the town of Pompey in the county of Onondaga, being duly Sworn and Examined doth depose and say, that he this deponent was well acquainted with Peter Allen late of the town of Fabius in the County of Onondaga, deceased. That this deponent was present as a [witness] and did see the said Peter Allen subscribe at the end thereof the instrument now produced and shown to this deponent, purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, bearing date the third day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six. That the said testator at the said time declared this instrument so subscribed by him to be his last will and testament. That thereupon the deponent and Elisha Litchfield subscribed their names at the End thereto as [witnesses] thereto at the request of the Testator and in his presence an that the said testator at the time of Executing and publishing the said last and testament was of full age and of sound mind and memory, not under any restraint, and was in all aspects competent to make a last will and testament.
Sworn this 11th day of March 1837 ] Sherman Morehouse
before me. J. Fleming Juris Surrogate)
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF PETER ALLEN
I Peter Allen of Fabius, in the county of Onondaga and State of New York, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament in ________ and form following, that is to say, First, I give and bequeath to my sons Luther Allen, Marvin Allen, Asahel Allen, Norman Allen and Daniel Allen, each the sum of three hundred dollars, to be paid to them in one year after my decease; I also give to my son James P. Allen the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars; and to my grandson James Allen (son of my son Elisha Allen deceased) the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars. The same to be paid to my son James P. one year after my decease; and the sum hereby bequeathed to my grandson James to be paid when he shall arrive at the age of twenty one years. I also give to my grand children, the heirs of my son Peter Allen deceased, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, to be divided equally among them when they shall arrive at the age of twenty one years.
The residue of my property that I may be in possession of at my decease, It is my will and desire that all my debts and funeral charges shall be paid out of the Same, and the residue to be divided among my sons, Luther Allen, Marvin Allen, Asahel Allen, Norman Allen, Daniel Allen and James P. Allen and my grand son James Allen, and my grand children, the heirs of my son Peter Allen deceased, in the same proportion as the above bequests to them severally.
The properties that may be going to my sons shall be paid to them in the year after my decease, and the proportion that may be going to my grand children above named to be paid to them when they shall arrive at the age of twenty one years.
Lastly I do constitute and appoint my two sons, Luther Allen and Marvin Allen, executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this third day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six.
Signed, sealed, published and delivered
by the above named Peter Allen the last
will and testament in the presence of us
who have hereunto subscribed
in the presence of the testator.
Herman Morehouse - Pompey
Elisha Litchfield - Pompey
Onondaga County ) I do hereby certify the preceding to be a record of the proceeding to prove, Surrogate Office ) and the record of the proof of the execution of the last will and testament of Peter Allen deceased and also a record of said last will and testament.
of said Peter Allen deceased. - Recorded this 11th day of March A.D. 1837, as a Will of Real and Personal Estate.
J. Fleming Juris Surrogate
*(pages 272-276 clerk's records of Onondaga County NY)
John Allen & Judy Allen Cwiklinski compilers
Legal Document obtained from:
W. David Samuelsen, PO Box 11874, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84147-0874
More About PETER ALLEN:
Residence: Bet. 1800 - 1830, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York
Children of PETER ALLEN and ROENA PEARCE are:
2. i. PETER ALLEN2 JR., b. 1796, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. 30 Dec 1829, Cattaraugus County, NY.
3. ii. LUTHER ALLEN, b. 10 Oct 1798, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. 20 Feb 1847, Gowanda, Cattaraugus County, NY.
4. iii. MARVIN ALLEN, b. 01 Nov 1800, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. Farmington, New York.
5. iv. ELISHA ALLEN, b. 1801, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. 1831, Cortland County, New York.
6. v. ASAHEL ALLEN, b. 11 May 1802, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. 21 Jan 1858, Cottage, Cattaraugus County, NY.
vi. JAMES P. ALLEN, b. 21 Oct 1810, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York; d. 13 Sep 1840, Burr Oak, Michigan; m. MARIA CAROLINE MACY, 11 Oct 1838, Ypsilanti, Michigan; b. 06 Mar 1818, Kips Bay, New York.
Notes for JAMES P. ALLEN:
JAMES P. ALLEN, one of eight sons born to Peter Allen and Roena Pearce, was born in Onondaga County, New York on 21 October 1810. He died on 13 September 1840 in Burr Oak, Michigan.
At the time of his father's death in 1836 he, along with brothers Daniel and Norman, was living in Michigan.
Records of the Washtinaw County Court state that he and his bride, Maria Caroline Macy, the daughter of Robert R. Macy and Anna Barnard. were living in Ypsilanti, MI when they married. Maria was born in 1818 at Kip's Bay, New York. The wedding took place at Ypsilanti on 11 October 1838. The marriage was a short one, lasting only two years When James died at Burr Oak, Michigan in 1840 he was five weeks short of age 30 years. We have no information about children. On 16 November 1843 Maria married Simeon Rowley. A witness at that wedding was Robert D. Macy, brother of the bride.
From Washtinau County Court records
vii. DANIEL R. ALLEN, b. Aft. 1815, Fabius, Onondaga County, New York.
Notes for DANIEL R. ALLEN:
Daniel R. Allen was born in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY. He was one of eight sons born to Peter Allen and Roena Pearce / Pierce. The only information we have about him is gleaned from the will of his father, Peter Allen. In 1836, the year his father died, Daniel was living in Michigan. The will, drafted that same year, stated that Daniel was not yet 21 years old, implying that he was the youngest of the brothers. Peter, his father, who had always lived in Fabius, died in Michigan. Presumably he was being cared for during his last illness by Daniel or one of his brothers.
by John Allen
More About DANIEL R. ALLEN:
Moved: Bef. 1836, Michigan
viii. NORMAN ALLEN, b. Bef. 1816.
Notes for NORMAN ALLEN:
Norman was one of eight sons born to Peter Allen and Roena Pearce / Pierce.
He was probably born in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York.
We know nothing about him except that he was over 21 years old and was living in Michigan in 1836, the same year that his father's will was drawn. His father died in Michigan in 1836, presumably at the home of either Norman, James or Daniel.
Generation No. 2
2. PETER ALLEN2 JR. (PETER1 ALLEN) was born 1796 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 30 Dec 1829 in Cattaraugus County, NY.
Notes for PETER ALLEN JR.:
Peter Allen Jr. born in 1796, died in 1829. Peter was probably the oldest of eight sons born to Peter Allen and Roena Pearce / Pierce. He was born in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY in 1796 and died in Cattaraugus County, NY in 1829. He moved to Cattaraugus county as a young man. He married and had the following children: Asahel, Roena, Harriet, Dan and John. Peter died on 30 December 1829 and is buried in the Cottage Cemetery in Cattaraugus County. We have no information about his wife or his surviving children.
Children of PETER ALLEN JR. are:
i. HARRIET3 ALLEN.
ii. ASAHEL ALLEN.
iii. ROENA ALLEN.
iv. DAN ALLEN, m. LOTTIE CQMPBELL.
v. JOHN ALLEN.
3. LUTHER2 ALLEN (PETER1) was born 10 Oct 1798 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 20 Feb 1847 in Gowanda, Cattaraugus County, NY. He married (1) HULDAH BENEDICT 1818 in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY, daughter of JONATHON BENEDICT and HULDAH SEELEY. She was born 08 Sep 1800 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 20 Oct 1837 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY. He married (2) LOIS (LELAND) TUTHILL 1842. She was born 16 Apr 1803, and died 24 Aug 1852.
Notes for LUTHER ALLEN:
LUTHER ALLEN 1798-1847
Luther Allen was probably the second of eight sons born to Peter Allen and Roena Pearce / Pierce. He was born in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY. in 1798.
Luther was a 20 years old when he and his brother, Peter, came to Dayton Township, Cattaraugus County, NY in 1818. Luther settled in lot 29 and returned to Onondaga County where he married Huldah Benedict. He brought her and their few belongings to Dayton in an ox drawn sledge since the trip was made in the winter. After living in the country for a few years they moved into town. In 1834 he put up the first frame house in the town where the village of Dayton now stands. Luther and Huldah had two children, Lucinda Allen in 1824 and Norman Milton Allen in 1828. Huldah died in 1837. Luther married Lois Tuthill in 1842. They had one child, Luther Allen Jr. They later moved to Gowanda where Luther died in February 1847. His second wife died there in 1852.
Luther Allen was a man of superior business ability, an elegant writer and very competent to draft such papers as were needed to be drafted by the early settlers. He held the position of Justice of the Peace for a number of years when the towns of Dayton and Persia were included in the town of Perrysburg and for a number of years after the town of Dayton became a separate township. He was also a land surveyor and, in his early years, a teacher in the public schools.
He was a man of fine personal appearance with keen piercing black eyes, erect as an arrow, six feet in height and finely proportioned, with a pleasing manner.
While living in the town of Dayton he was elected three times as Supervisor, in spite of the fact that nearly the whole town was opposed to him in politics. Mr. Allen and Ralph Johnson were the only Democrats who ever had the honor to represent the town of Dayton on the Board of Supervisors. Mr. Allen was a highly useful member of the community in which he lived and which was composed of the pioneers of the town of Dayton. He transacted nearly all of the legal business. They had but little litigation and such differences as arose between them he settled in a manner generally satisfactory to all parties concerned. He seemed to live for the good he could do for others and there was no man who knew him but mourned his early death as a personal loss.
1. Mrs.Katherine Clar Alice Stewart, g granddaughter of Norman Milton Allen, Peoria, Illinois (Private talks with William Lewis Porter.
2. "Historical and Biographical History of the Township of Dayton, Cattaraugus County, New York" by Charles J. Shults - April, 1901.
More About LUTHER ALLEN:
Moved: 1818, to Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY
Children of LUTHER ALLEN and HULDAH BENEDICT are:
i. LUCINDA3 ALLEN, b. 1824, 1902; m. EZRA S. JUDD; b. 1813; d. 1894.
7. ii. NORMAN MILTON ALLEN, b. 24 Dec 1828, Perrysburg, Cattaraugus Co. New York; d. 15 Nov 1909.
Child of LUTHER ALLEN and LOIS TUTHILL is:
iii. LUTHER ALLEN3 JR..
4. MARVIN2 ALLEN (PETER1) was born 01 Nov 1800 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died in Farmington, New York. He married MARY GARDNER Abt. 1837 in Farmington, Ontario County, NY. She was born in Farmington, New York, and died in Farmington, New York.
Notes for MARVIN ALLEN:
Marvin Allen, son of Peter Allen and Roena Pearce, was born in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY on 1 November 1800.
He must have been a leader in the family because, In 1836, he submitted the will of his father for probate. He provided much family information at the time that he Submitted the will. In 1836 he was living in Canandaigua, Ontario County, NY. The IGI records of the LDS shows that he married Mary Gardner in about 1837. Perhaps his share of the estate gave him the resources to marry. The marriage took place in Farmington, NY, only a few miles north of Canandaigua.
John Allen, 14 December 2001
----- Original Message -----
From: William Allen <email@example.com>
To: John ALLEN <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: December 28, 2001 12:39 PM
Subject: Marvin Allen
> I found this information about Marvin Allen and Mary Gardner while doing a
> little research.
> It looks like your ALLENs and my ALLENs may have know each other and
> attended the same Quaker Church in Farmington.
> William L. Allen
> Farmington, NY
> Here's the info I found.
> Descendants of Marvin Allen
> 1 Marvin Allen WFT Est. 1789-1817 - WFT Est. 1842-1903 b: WFT Est.
> 1789-1817 d: WFT Est. 1842-1903 in Farmington, New York
> . +Mary Gardner 1816 - 1889 b: May 24, 1816 in Farmington, New York m:
> Est. 1829-1861 d: March 06, 1889 in Farmington, New York
> ........ 2 Milton Allen 1838 - 1907 b: September 03, 1838 d: February
> 23, 1907
> ........ 2 Elisha Allen 1839 - 1909 b: 1839 d: 1909
> ........ 2 Thomas Allen WFT Est. 1834-1857 - WFT Est. 1839-1938 b: WFT
> Est. 1834-1857 d: WFT Est. 1839-1938
Children of MARVIN ALLEN and MARY GARDNER are:
i. THOMAS3 ALLEN.
ii. MILTON ALLEN, b. 03 Sep 1838.
iii. ELISHA ALLEN, b. 1839.
5. ELISHA2 ALLEN (PETER1) was born 1801 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 1831 in Cortland County, New York. He married ELECTA "MERCY" BENEDICT 02 Feb 1831 in New York, daughter of ENOCH BENEDICT and MARY VEEDER. She was born 07 Mar 1802 in New York, and died Aft. 1860 in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Notes for ELISHA ALLEN:
Born in Fabius, Onondaga County, NY in 1801
Died 1831 in Cortland County, New York.
We have only scant information on Elisha Allen. He died before the birth of his only child, James Henry Allen, who was born in October 1831. Allen research shows Allens in the USA in the mid 1500s, and census records from the 1600s show many with our name. We know that Elisha married Mercy Benedict on
2 February 1831.
Mercy was the daughter of Enoch Benedict who was of the same generation as Peter Allen, father of Elisha. Enoch also moved to Fabius from Connecticut.
Newton Benedict b 1857, son of George b 1820 related that Gilbert, Enoch and Walter were the first Benedicts to come to Fabius. "they built a wooden structure near a spring that still exists on the Pompey Center Road near the Blocktown Cemetery. They stored cabbage and vegetables in the cellar that they dug under the building and traded things with the Indians so they could get horses to go back to Connecticut. The next year they came back with their families and the building had been burned down."
At any rate, Elisha and Mercy met and married in 1831, likely with much hope for the future and a lot of ambition. They moved to Cortland County where they probably took up claims for the purpose of farming. Alas, after only a few months of marriage Elisha lost his life - probably by accident. His young widow, pregnant, stricken by the loss of her husband, without means of support, had to rely on family members for help. The 1850 Federal Census of Cattaraugus County shows her living there with the Heman Merrill family.
Her son, James Henry Allen, had recently moved to Woodcock Twp,, Crawford County, PA where he took up a claim on land adjacent to his aunt, Susan (Benedict] VanMarter. In the Federal Census of 1860 Mercy is listed as living there with her son James and wife, Lucia (Robbins}. Mercy does not appear on the 1870 Census and probably had died by that time.
Child of ELISHA ALLEN and ELECTA BENEDICT is:
8. i. JAMES HENRY3 ALLEN, b. 29 Nov 1831, Cattaraugus County, NY; d. 23 Nov 1888, Mound City, South Dakota.
6. ASAHEL2 ALLEN (PETER1) was born 11 May 1802 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 21 Jan 1858 in Cottage, Cattaraugus County, NY. He married (1) SALLY ANN BENEDICT 14 Apr 1823, daughter of JONATHAN BENEDICT and HULDAH SEELEY. She was born 13 Feb 1803, and died 22 Oct 1847. He married (2) JULIA ANN SHAW 10 Aug 1848, daughter of TIMOTHY M. SHAW. She was born Oct 1813, and died 15 Mar 1853 in Cattaraugus County, NY.
Notes for ASAHEL ALLEN:
Asahel Allen, son of Peter Allen and Roena Pearce was born in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York on 11 May 1802. He died on 21 January 1858 at Cottage, Cattaraugus County, NY.
He came to Dayton, NY in 1820, when he was 18 years old, and bought land from the Holland Land Company for $3.00 per acre. He finally moved to Cottage where he died in 1858. His wife, Sally Ann Benedict, whom he married in 1823, daughter of Jonathon Benedict of his native county died 22 October 1847. Their children were Jonathon B., Peter R., Harlow, Lucy M., Laura J., Eliza L., Mary C., James M., George M., and Ellen M. Sally died in 1847.
In 1848 he married Julia Ann Shaw. Asahel and Julia had three children, Annette Cordelia, Newton Asahel and Julia Ann. Wife Julia died in 1853.
We assume that Asahel engaged in farming, at least part time, but have no confirmation of this.
Neither do we have information on his descendants and would welcome any communication about them.
From the History of Dayton
Children of ASAHEL ALLEN and SALLY BENEDICT are:
i. ELLEN M.3 ALLEN.
9. ii. JONATHAN B. ALLEN, b. 10 Aug 1824, Cattaraugus County, NY.
10. iii. PETER R. ALLEN, b. 16 Aug 1826, Perrysburg, Cattaraugus Co. New York; d. 29 Jul 1880, "Farmer and wood mechanic".
iv. HARLOW ALLEN, b. 12 Oct 1828; d. 07 Apr 1853.
v. LUCY MARIA ALLEN, b. 31 Mar 1831.
vi. LAURA JANE ALLEN, b. 18 Aug 1833; m. FRANK INGERSALL.
vii. ELIZA L. ALLEN, b. 17 May 1834; d. 04 Feb 1895; m. MR. PHELPS.
viii. MARY CLARINDA ALLEN, b. 31 Jul 1837; d. May 1847.
ix. JAMES M. ALLEN, b. 22 Dec 1839.
x. GEORGE M. ALLEN, b. 24 May 1842; d. 1931, Veteran's Home.
xi. HULDAH ELLEN ALLEN, b. 15 Jul 1846; d. 16 Aug 1847.
Children of ASAHEL ALLEN and JULIA SHAW are:
xii. ANNETTE CORDELIA3 ALLEN, b. 25 Apr 1849; d. Apr 1922; m. JOEL T. LEONARD.
xiii. NEWTON ASAHEL ALLEN, b. 22 Nov 1850; d. Oct 1927.
xiv. JULIA ANN ALLEN, b. 28 Dec 1852; m. JOHN HAVEN.
Generation No. 3
7. NORMAN MILTON3 ALLEN (LUTHER2, PETER1) was born 24 Dec 1828 in Perrysburg, Cattaraugus Co. New York, and died 15 Nov 1909. He married HULDAH MERRILL, daughter of HEMAN MERRILL and AMELIA HAWKINS. She was born 05 Mar 1827 in Fabius, Onondaga County, New York, and died 19 Mar 1913 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY.
Children of NORMAN ALLEN and HULDAH MERRILL are:
11. i. MARY AGATHA FLORETTE4 ALLEN, b. 20 Apr 1849; d. 1914.
12. ii. KATIE CLAR EVA ALLEN, b. 27 Jul 1853, Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY; d. 1888, Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY.
iii. MILTON ALLEN, b. 15 Jun 1856.
iv. CARLTON W. ALLEN, b. 05 Jan 1858.
13. v. HOYT M. ALLEN, b. 23 Oct 1863, Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY; d. 12 Oct 1892.
8. JAMES HENRY3 ALLEN (ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 29 Nov 1831 in Cattaraugus County, NY, and died 23 Nov 1888 in Mound City, South Dakota. He married LUCIA ELILA ROBBINS 01 May 1854 in Meadville, PA, daughter of JOHN JR and ELECTA WARNER. She was born 05 Oct 1834 in New York, and died 20 Oct 1910 in Canby, Oregon.
Notes for JAMES HENRY ALLEN:
JAMES HENRY ALLEN
Born November 29, 1831 In New York
Died November 23, 1888 in Campbell County, SD
In the cemetery at Mound City, SD stood a badly weathered gravestone with the name James Henry Allen inscribed. The dates of birth and death were there also. In the records of Lillian Allen we found a gravestone rubbing. The text is hard to decipher but reads as follows:
ASLEEP IN JESUS
WHICH NONE CUP
MAKES TO WEEP
The search for James Henry is unending. We have no record of his place of birth except that it was in New York. We find his name in the federal census of Crawford County, PA of 1850. In that census he is listed as being a butcher. In the census of 1880 he is listed as a farmer age 48. In that census his wife Lucia age 45 and seven children are listed:
Mary age 21, John age 19, Albert age 17, Harry age 12, Frank age 11, Rolland age 4, and Anna age 1. The parents of both James and Lucia were also born in New York. Our records indicate that James' father, Elisha, was born in Cattaragus County, NY. Apparently he died an accidental death before the birth of his only child. Federal census records verify that James was residing in Crawford County, PA when he was about 19 years old. Census records also indicate that mother, Electa Benedict Allen, lived with James and his wife and children. At any rate, he must have changed occupations from butcher to farmer. In 1882 the records show that he purchased two parcels of land in Crawford County. It seems reasonable to infer that his holdings would not be sufficient to provide employment for James and his five sons. In 1885 the Dakota Territory was opened up for homesteading. With the exception of son John the whole family moved to what is now Campbell County, SD. We have no idea as to why Campbell County was chosen. It was 100 miles from the end of the rail road at Aberdeen. The move to SD and the early years are well described by daughter Anna Loy. James was recognized as a man of wisdom and learning as he was appointed justice of the peace. His daughter Anna writes that many trials were held in their home. The family settled on a claim SW of Mound City. Neighbors included family members Charles and Martha Naomi Robbins Stuart, Ed Robbins, Myron and Mary Allen Kimmy. Life was difficult but the family persisted. In 1888 tragedy struck. While mother Lucia was visiting in Pennsylvania James Henry became acutely ill with influenza and died after only a three day illness. This was such a shock that Lucia took her three youngest children Frank, Rolland and Anna back to Pennsylvania where they stayed for five years. Lucia still owned the farm there. After five years they moved back to SD where they stayed until 1901. In that year daughter Mary with husband Myron, sons Frank and Rolland and Lucia moved to Alberta, Canada. Frank married there, but by 1806 the health of his wife necessitated a move to Oregon. Lucia moved with them and lived with Frank and wife Mabel until her death in 1910 at age 76. During the last few years of her life she was very confused. According to grand-daughter Clara Allen Speerstra she was a very loving and devout woman who demonstrated great courage and perseverence in spite of great tragedy and hardship.
More About JAMES HENRY ALLEN:
Cause of Death: Influenza
Event 1: 1850, Moved to Crawford Co, PA
Event 2: 1855, Moved to Campbell Co, SD to homestead
Occupation: BUTCHER - FARMER
Residence: Meadville, PA and Mound City, SD
Children of JAMES ALLEN and LUCIA ROBBINS are:
i. ELLEN IMOGENE4 ALLEN, b. 10 Oct 1855; d. 28 Aug 1858.
ii. LOUISA JOSEPHINE ALLEN, b. 17 Nov 1857; d. 31 Aug 1858.
14. iii. MARY ELECTA ALLEN, b. 23 Mar 1858, Titusville, PA; d. 07 Dec 1926, Alberta, buried in Lakedell, Alta.
15. iv. ELISHA JOHN ALLEN ("JOHN E"), b. 02 Aug 1860, Meadville, PA; d. 18 Dec 1937, Meadville, PA.
v. GEORGE EDWIN ALLEN, b. 07 Apr 1862, Titusville, PA; d. 26 Mar 1882, Iowa (from appendicitis).
16. vi. RUEBEN ALBERT ALLEN, b. 27 Jul 1864, Titusville, PA; d. 12 Apr 1900, Mound City, SD.
17. vii. HARRY JAY ALLEN, b. 14 Mar 1869, Meadville, Crawford Co, Pennsylvania; d. 18 Nov 1929, Mound City, Campbell Co. South Dakota.
18. viii. FRANK ELMER ALLEN, b. 15 Jul 1871, Titusville, PA; d. 20 Jan 1946, Tacoma, WA.
19. ix. ROLLAND BENEDICT ALLEN, b. 26 Feb 1876, Titusville, PA; d. 10 Dec 1937, Tacoma, WA.
20. x. ANNA LOUELLA ALLEN, b. 04 Feb 1879, Titusville, PA; d. 15 Jun 1941, Lemmon, SD.
9. JONATHAN B.3 ALLEN (ASAHEL2, PETER1) was born 10 Aug 1824 in Cattaraugus County, NY. He married FANNY M. SHAW 08 Nov 1849, daughter of TIMOTHY SHAW and AMANDA REDFIELD.
More About JONATHAN B. ALLEN:
Farmer: Cattaraugus County, NY
Justice of Peace 14 yrs: Cattaraugus County, NY
Children of JONATHAN ALLEN and FANNY SHAW are:
i. ELLEN4 ALLEN, m. A. C. WRIGHT.
21. ii. MELVA ALLEN.
iii. LAURA ALLEN, b. 26 Jun 1853; d. 10 May 1876; m. DAVID CLINTON BRAND; b. 13 Apr 1848; d. 18 Mar 1834.
iv. CORA L. ALLEN, b. 02 Sep 1877, Cattaraugus County, NY.
10. PETER R.3 ALLEN (ASAHEL2, PETER1) was born 16 Aug 1826 in Perrysburg, Cattaraugus Co. New York, and died 29 Jul 1880 in "Farmer and wood mechanic". He married BETSEY JOHNSON, daughter of DANIEL JOHNSON and LYDIA EDDIE.
Children of PETER ALLEN and BETSEY JOHNSON are:
i. ANNA4 ALLEN.
ii. JENNIE ALLEN.
iii. JAY ALLEN.
iv. DANIEL E. ALLEN, b. 25 Aug 1862, Became Postmaster of Dayton, NY.
Generation No. 4
11. MARY AGATHA FLORETTE4 ALLEN (NORMAN MILTON3, LUTHER2, PETER1) was born 20 Apr 1849, and died 1914. She married WINFIELD S. THRASHER.
Child of MARY ALLEN and WINFIELD THRASHER is:
i. FANNY5 THRASHER.
12. KATIE CLAR EVA4 ALLEN (NORMAN MILTON3, LUTHER2, PETER1) was born 27 Jul 1853 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY, and died 1888 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY. She married WILLIAM WALLACE BRAND. He was born 05 May 1849 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY, and died 15 Oct 1899 in Bradford, PA.
Child of KATIE ALLEN and WILLIAM BRAND is:
i. HULDA MARY5 BRAND, b. 17 Jul 1879, 1938; d. 05 Aug 1938; m. LEWIS MATTHEW STUART.
13. HOYT M.4 ALLEN (NORMAN MILTON3, LUTHER2, PETER1) was born 23 Oct 1863 in Dayton, Cattaraugus County, NY, and died 12 Oct 1892. He married (1) BELL E. HOWLAND. She was born 18 Aug 1860. He married (2) NELLIE L. SMITH 27 Feb 1890.
Child of HOYT ALLEN and NELLIE SMITH is:
i. NORMAN BOYD5 ALLEN, b. 02 May 1891; m. ETHEL SPRINGER; b. 1885; d. 1918.
14. MARY ELECTA4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 23 Mar 1858 in Titusville, PA, and died 07 Dec 1926 in Alberta, buried in Lakedell, Alta. She married MYRON SAMUEL KIMMY 05 Aug 1883. He was born 09 Oct 1856 in Meadville, PA, and died 25 Nov 1923 in Portland, Oregon.
Notes for MARY ELECTA ALLEN:
Date of birth March 23, 1858
Died Dec 7, 1926
Mary Electa was the third child born to James Henry Allen and Lucia Elila Robbins. She was born in Meadville, PA, married Myron Kimmy in 1883, and moved to Campbell county in 1885 where they filed claims and farmed. Three children were born to this couple: George Samuel in 1888, Alice Lucia in 1890, and Evalyn Ella in 1898. In 1901 they, along with brothers Rolla and Frank Allen moved to Alberta where they began wheat farming. Later on Myron worked in lumber mills. Myron died in 1923 in Portland, Oregon. Mary died three years later in Alberta. She was buried in Lakedell, AB at the Hegge Cemetery.
More About MARY ELECTA ALLEN:
More About MYRON SAMUEL KIMMY:
Occupation: Lumber Mill Worker
Children of MARY ALLEN and MYRON KIMMY are:
i. GEORGE SAMUEL5 KIMMY, b. 14 Jan 1888; m. (1) AMY FAY AYERS, 24 Nov 1910; b. 19 Mar 1892, Bradshaw, Nebraska; d. 11 May 1973, Vancouver, BC; m. (2) ALICE AMANDA YOUNG, 29 Aug 1945, Camrose, Alberta; b. 02 Sep 1920, Westerose, Alberta; d. 18 Sep 1985, Edmonton, Alberta.
ii. ALICE LUCIA KIMMY, b. 12 Feb 1890; d. 1956, Alberta, Canada; m. MANLEY HUGO UNLAND, 1906, Chesterwold, Alberta, Canada; b. 1881, Wilber, Nebraska; d. 1949, Alberta, Canada.
iii. EVALYN ELLA KIMMY, b. 04 Aug 1897; d. 1977, California; m. VERN ADAMS, 1918, Portland, Oregon.
15. ELISHA JOHN ALLEN ("JOHN4 E") (JAMES HENRY3 ALLEN, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 02 Aug 1860 in Meadville, PA, and died 18 Dec 1937 in Meadville, PA. He married EMMA MCFADDEN 01 Sep 1885. She was born 1862, and died 13 Aug 1924 in Meadville. PA.
Notes for ELISHA JOHN ALLEN ("JOHN E"):
Born August 2, 1860
Died March 7, 1937
"John E. Allen" was the fourth child and the first son born to James Henry Allen and Lucia Elila Robbins. He lived his entire life in Meadville, Pa. When he was 25 the family moved to Campbell County, SD to homestead. John seems to have been a very independent person, and was the only one of the eight siblings to stay in Meadville. He married Emma McFadden. To this union four children were born. He appears to have been a successful business man. He sold real estate for a time, and then bought and sold hides and furs. Apparently his fur buying extended into Canada. Later on he bought land in the Brownsville, Texas area. John and his wife were separated in the early 1920s, and his wife died in about 1924. In about 1927 he moved in with his daughter and son in law, Adah and Roscoe Snedeker. They had a four room house with two rooms down stairs and two bedrooms upstairs. After a couple of years of enduring such crowded quarters he constructed an addition to that house which was nearly identical to the original thus doubling its size. He lived in harmony with that family for the last ten years of his life. That move was very fortuitous for the Snedekers. Roscoe was in the business of jewelry repair. This was not very profitable, and was further impacted by the onset of the great depression in 1929. The assistance given by John was was critical to their survival. Roscoe died in 1931 which added to the burden of daughter Adah. In the last two months of his life John was very ill. His daughter was in nearly constant attendance during that period. His two sons Fred and Andrew were living in Wisconsin and son Trace was away much of the time working on the rail road. His grand children describe him as being a kindly person who said very little. As far as we know he never discussed his parents or other family members. Photographs show him with an expression of determination and self reliance. His one extravagance seemed to be purchasing new cars at frequent intervals.
More About ELISHA JOHN ALLEN ("JOHN E"):
Occupation: HIDE AND FUR BUYER, REAL ESTATE
Personality/Intrst: VERY INDEPENDENT, VERY PRIVATE
Residence: MEADVILLE, PA
Children of ELISHA E") and EMMA MCFADDEN are:
i. TRACE JOHN5 ALLEN, b. 19 Jul 1885, Meadville. Pennsylvania; d. 1967, Meadville. Pennsylvania; m. SARAH DAIN, Mar 1911, Meadville, PA; b. 1890; d. 1944, Meadville. Pennsylvania.
ii. FRED MYRON ALLEN, b. 17 Sep 1887; m. EVELYN ALLEN.
iii. ANDREW EVERETT ALLEN, b. 1889.
iv. ADAH BENEDICT ALLEN, b. 16 Aug 1892, Ellwood City. Pennsylvania; d. 27 Jan 1979, Salisbury, Maryland; m. ROSCOE SNEDEKER, 1931; b. 1876; d. 1931, Meadville. Pennsylvania.
16. RUEBEN ALBERT4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 27 Jul 1864 in Titusville, PA, and died 12 Apr 1900 in Mound City, SD. He married MARY JANE HANES 11 Mar 1891 in Meadville, PA. She was born 14 Feb 1870 in Meadville, PA, and died 20 Jul 1923 in Aberdeen. SD.
More About RUEBEN ALBERT ALLEN:
Cause of Death: Killed By Horse
Children of RUEBEN ALLEN and MARY HANES are:
i. EARL RAYMOND5 ALLEN, b. 26 Jun 1892, Mound City, Campbell County, SD; d. 17 Oct 1922, Mobridge, South Dakota; m. OLGA GUSTAFSON, 1917.
ii. ETHEL ANELIZA ALLEN, b. 04 Nov 1894; d. 07 Jul 1921, Campbell County, South Dakota; m. ARTHUR SMITH HATCH, 1916; b. Campbell County, South Dakota.
iii. JAKE JAMES ALLEN, b. 03 Jul 1896.
iv. ELIZA PEARL ALLEN, b. 30 Aug 1898, Mound City, Campbell County, SD; d. 21 Dec 1949, Rochester, Minnesota; m. LEVOR LEVORSON; b. 10 Jun 1887, Campbell County, South Dakota; d. 20 Jul 1948, Rapid City, South Dakota.
17. HARRY JAY4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 14 Mar 1869 in Meadville, Crawford Co, Pennsylvania, and died 18 Nov 1929 in Mound City, Campbell Co. South Dakota. He married HATTIE MAE HANKINS 26 Oct 1895 in Mound City, SD. She was born 14 Oct 1874 in Sangamon Co., Illinois, and died 06 Jul 1952 in Seattle, Washington.
More About HARRY JAY ALLEN:
Cause of Death: Unknown (? Heart)
Comment 1: Sheriff
Comment 2: U.S. Marshall
Ethnicity/Relig.: Probably English
Event 1: 1885, Moved to South Dakota
Event 2: 1890, Began a Homestead Farm
Event 3: 1900, Mailman
Event 4: 1915, Creamery
Event 5: Marshall
Occupation: Farmer, Mail Carrier, Creamery
Personality/Intrst: Kind and Gentle/Hunting
Residence: Mound City, South Dakota
Children of HARRY ALLEN and HATTIE HANKINS are:
i. EMMA IDA5 ALLEN, b. 24 Aug 1896, Mound City, Campbell County, SD; d. 1956, Yakima, Washington; m. WILLIAM ROBERT MCELREA, 1923; b. 1887; d. 1941, Washington.
ii. MILLIE CLARA ALLEN, b. 14 Nov 1898, Mound City, Campbell County, SD; d. 05 Jun 1929, South Dakota; m. DAVID ALEXANDER; b. 23 Mar 1890, Zwingle, Iowa; d. 04 Feb 1959, Dubuque, Iowa.
iii. CLAUDE HENRY ALLEN, b. 04 Apr 1899, Mound City, Campbell County, SD; d. 25 Nov 1974, Minneapolis, MN; m. ANNA MARIE JENSEN, 1923; b. 20 May 1897, Freeborn County, MN; d. 1990, St. Paul, MN.
iv. CLARENCE ELMER ALLEN, b. 14 Jul 1901.
v. LILLIAN LUCILLE ALLEN, b. 06 Mar 1908.
18. FRANK ELMER4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 15 Jul 1871 in Titusville, PA, and died 20 Jan 1946 in Tacoma, WA. He married MABEL CLAIR HAYNER 31 Jan 1906 in Ponoka, Alberta, Canada. She was born 19 Jun 1886 in Hood River Oregon.
Notes for FRANK ELMER ALLEN:
Born July 15, 1871
Frank was the eighth of ten children born to James Henry Allen and Lucia Elila Robbins. He was born in Meadville, PA. When he was 14 years old the family moved to Mound City, Campbell County, SD to homestead. He helped on the farm for three years at which time his father died suddenly of Influenza. His mother took him back to Pennsylvania for a few years then returned to South Dakota. Frank and his brother Rolla operated a butcher shop for a time in Selby, SD - about 15 miles south of Mound City. Frank told his daughter that the dust would be so thick on the road to and from the town of Selby that they could not see ahead of them. When hauling grain he had to be careful for fear that he would not see a team coming from the other direction. In 1901 the family heard about great opportunities in Alberta, Canada. Land was there for the taking, and there was great money to be made in wheat farming. Frank, along with his brother Rolla and brother in law Myron Kimmy, made the trip to the Ponoka-Chesterwold area of Alberta where they selected claims. Later they sent for Rolla's wife Lena, Mary Kimmy, and mother Lucia.
In 1906, at age 35, Frank married Mabel Clair Hayner the daughter of his neighbor. The next year their first child was born, and shortly thereafter the family along with mother Lucia moved to Portland, Oregon.
That first summer Frank and Mabel worked picking hops. After the hop season the family moved to Canby, Oregon which is about 30 miles south of Portland. Frank opened a butcher shop there. Grandmother Lucia accompanied them and lived with the family until her death in 1910. Six more children were born to Frank and Mabel. The last one in 1917. Two of them died in infancy. Frank was a good worker and a very kind man. However he had been told by a doctor that he had a "leakage of the heart," and that he had to have a drink of whiskey every day. Sadly, Frank began to enjoy that drink, and before long he became a severe alcoholic. About 1923 Mabel divorced Frank because of the drinking. Frank had to give up the butcher shop and later worked as a lumberjack and then in a floral nursery. He lived with a daughter after his retirement until his death at age 75. A tragic end for a fine man.
Children of FRANK ALLEN and MABEL HAYNER are:
i. GRACE LOUELLA5 ALLEN, b. 14 Dec 1906.
ii. ELMER EDWIN ALLEN, b. 10 Jul 1908.
iii. RUBY CLAIRE ALLEN ALLEN, b. 09 Sep 1909.
iv. GEORGE ELBERT ALLEN, b. 08 Aug 1911.
v. NORMA EVELLYN ALLEN, b. 21 Feb 1913.
vi. MARGARET FRANCES ALLEN, b. 22 Feb 1915.
vii. FRANK DELMER ALLEN, b. 06 Mar 1917.
19. ROLLAND BENEDICT4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 26 Feb 1876 in Titusville, PA, and died 10 Dec 1937 in Tacoma, WA. He married MADELYN HEINZE 08 Jul 1901 in Selby, SD. She was born 25 Sep 1824 in Madison, WI, and died 01 Jan 1945 in Tacoma, WA.
Notes for ROLLAND BENEDICT ALLEN:
Born February 26,1876
Rolland was the 9th of ten children born to James Henry Allen and Lucia Elila Robbins in Meadville, PA. When he was only 9 years old the family moved to Mound City, Campbell County, South Dakota to take up homesteads. For financial reasons father James Henry accompanied the boys in boxcars. It was 100 miles from the end of the rail road tracks. The adults walked. We are not told how the women and children made the trip. The family farmed in South Dakota. In addition to farming Rolla and brother Frank Allen operated a butcher shop in Selby, SD for a time. The men enjoyed baseball and Rolla played catcher on the team. In 1901 Rolland married Madelyn (Lena) Heinze. Very shortly thereafter Rolla and Lena, brother Frank Allen, sister Mary and her husband Myron Kimmy, plus their mother Lucia Allen decided to move to Canada to take up wheat farming. Father James had died in 1888 from influenza. The families took up homesteads in the Chesterwold, Alberta area. Rolla worked as a logger and drove mail twice weekly in addition to his wheat farming. During their time in Canada three children were born. Clara, the eldest, was the first white child born in the Pigeon Creek district. Rolla was a skilled hunter and kept the table well supplied with meat. A herd of ten cows supplied plenty of milk, cream, and beef. The cream was sold and the skim milk used to feed the calves and pigs. The family stayed in Alberta until 1920 at which time they moved to Tacoma, WA. Rolla worked for the Wheeler-Osgood Lumber Company until his death in 1937 at age 61. Death was caused by a fall while at work. The long spout of an oil can pierced his eye and entered his brain. After this it became law that all oil cans had to be made with curved down ends.
Rolland had a very keen mind. He could do complex mathematics in his head. He was a skilled bone setter, treating both animal and human fractures. He was a fine man, a wonderful father and husband and a committed Christian.
More About ROLLAND BENEDICT ALLEN:
Cause of Death: Industrial accident
Ethnicity/Relig.: ENGLISH/ROMAN CATHOLIC
Medical Information: No Heart disease, No High blood pressure, No Stroke, No Cancer, No Addictions, No Alzheimer's, No Mental illness, No Diabetes
Occupation: Farmer/Meat cutter/Lumber mill worker
Personality/Intrst: Cheerful/hard worker/"Bone setter"
Residence: Pennsylvania/South Dakota/Alberta/Tacoma
Children of ROLLAND ALLEN and MADELYN HEINZE are:
i. CLARA IRENE5 ALLEN, b. 01 Apr 1902.
ii. ARTHUR EDWARD ALLEN, b. 17 Feb 1905.
iii. CLARENCE JAMES ALLEN, b. 22 Sep 1908.
20. ANNA LOUELLA4 ALLEN (JAMES HENRY3, ELISHA2, PETER1) was born 04 Feb 1879 in Titusville, PA, and died 15 Jun 1941 in Lemmon, SD. She married SAMUEL LOY 25 Dec 1895 in Mound City, South Dakota. He was born 06 Jan 1849, and died 28 Oct 1920.
Children of ANNA ALLEN and SAMUEL LOY are:
i. RUTH IRENE5 LOY, b. 02 Oct 1896.
ii. GUY ELMER LOY, b. 08 Jun 1898.
iii. MARIAN EVELYN LOY, b. 06 May 1900.
iv. ARLO WILMOT LOY, b. 03 Nov 1904.
v. RALPH SAMUEL LOY, b. 08 Sep 1906.
vi. HOWARD ALLEN LOY, b. 05 May 1910.
21. MELVA4 ALLEN (JONATHAN B.3, ASAHEL2, PETER1) She married LUTHER JUDD.
Children of MELVA ALLEN and LUTHER JUDD are:
i. RAYMOND5 JUDD.
ii. CLIFFORD JUDD.