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William Foreacre, husband of Sarah [Johnston] Foreacre, was on the 1820 and 1830 US census for Morgan co. OH and his wife Sarah is on the1840 and 1850 census there, maybe later. So William died between 1830 and 1840. On the 1820 census, he is near Joshua Foreacre, age 26-45 [born 1775-1795] who has 1 f 16-26 [wife] and 2 males and 1 female ages 1-10. I don't see Joshua again until the 1850 census of Hocking Co. [near Morgan] where he is age 60 [born in PA abt 1790] with wife Elizabeth 53 b. MD, Mary 27, elizabeth 23, David 20, Stephen 17, and Catherine 15. It is likely that this Joshua is either a much younger brother of William, a nephew, or his son. William was b. 1771 and his wife abt 1773 or 1774 so if Joshua was born 1790, they could be his parents, although they would be young. In 1820, william has 5 male and 5 female children still with him, but Joshua was old enough to be on his own a head of household. In 1820, there was also a Thomas Foreacre age 26-45 & family [wife 26-45 and 4 children from 0-16]living near William & Joshua. I do not believe this is the Thomas who was William & Sarah's son because their son Thomas was only 21 or 22 [not 26-45] and was not married nor did he have children yet as of 1820. His first wife was LeReuhama Tatman b. 1811 MD, and their first child was b. 1820-1825 . LeReuhama died between 1840 and 1850 and Thomas in 1856 married Rachel [unknown maiden name] turner, the widow of Joseph turner.