Phebe Waite and George Cowgill, Jr.

 

 

Phebe Waite was born around 1772 in Culpeper County, Virginia to John and Keziah Waite.  She married George Cowgill, Jr. on September 15, 1792.  They moved to Warren County, Ohio between 1805 and 1808.  She died after 1836 when she is listed in the will of her sister in law Mary Cowgill dated August 15, 1836 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

 

George Cowgill was born around 1767 in New Jersey and died before 1836 when his sister’s will was written.

 

 

 

John Wait Will

 

Estate Sale of John Wait 12-24-1801

 

 

 

The children of Phebe and George were:

 

 

Nancy                  She was born between 1793 1796 in Virginia.  She was married to George Kilbourn on October 1, 1814 in Warren County, Ohio.

 

 

Mary M.              She was born between 1793 1796 in Virginia.  She was married to William Guttery or Guthrie on May 20, 1814 in Warren County, Ohio.  She is buried there in Gum Grove Cemetery in Washington Township with her husband William.

 

 

Thurzy                 She was born between 1793 1800 in Virginia.  She was married to William Dunham on January 1, 1818 in Warren County, Ohio.  They lived and died in Preble County, Ohio.

 

 

Benjamin W.       He was born in 1802 in Virginia.  He married Rebecca Sparrow in 1822 in Clark County, Ohio and then in 1832 he married Elizabeth Beason in Clark County, Ohio.  He died in Wabash County, Indiana.

 

 

George J.             He was born in 1805 in Virginia.  He married Anna Gray and he died in Illinois.

 

 

John William       He was born in 1808 in Warren County, Ohio.  He married Miriam Smith in Warren County, Ohio.  He lived in Clark Co., Warren Co., Preble Co., Randolph Co. in Ohio and Preble Co., Whitley Co., and Manistee Co., Indiana.  He died in Whitley County, Indiana in 1870.

 

 

William Mason    He was born in 1810 in Warren County, Ohio and he died in 1862 in Illinois.

 

 

 

 

For more information on this family, please contact Maryln Wolever. This page was last updated on October 30, 2005.

 

 

John Waite and Keziah