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Gwinnup Family NJ,OH 1686-1850
Posted by: Ann Hebert (ID *****6306) Date: June 22, 2002 at 10:09:52
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This is taken from the "Hamilton, Jacobs, Livingstone, Coverdale, Gwinnup genealogical Biographical Pictoral History" Book printed in 1988. Researched & Compiled by Glen Clark Hamilton.Since so much has changed since 1988 I am trying to see how far back I can go and compile a new book.

My GGG Uncle Glen (a Historian) passed on a few months ago. So, I only have a book to go by now. I got this book a week ago and I am still trying to make connection on the people included in this book. As I put things together on the Gwinnup Family I will post them. So anyway If you have any information you can add please email me.

Gwinnop Family HIstory

1686 - The Ship The Desire from Plymouth in OPld England arrived here on 6/23/1668 James Cook, Commander, George Gwenop 5 yrs from the arrival of The Desire as foresaid servant to John Holme( June 23,1686)
From "Emmigrated to Penn. 1641-1819" by Tepper. Pg 16.

1748 - 1777 - Jerseyman in the Revoluton P. 452
John Gwinnup(1748-1777) Furnished the Continental Army with hats while at Valley Forge. He was murdered when returning home from Valley Forge.
From "Lenage Book N.S. of the D.A.R." VII-1-818 1890-1891-929. 1-D26

Bill of Mortality
Register of Deaths in the Prebyterian and Bapist Congregations of Morristown, NJ 1788-1806. By William Cherrt. John Gwinnup age 28 died Jan. 1, 1777 of a fractured skull.
From the Ft. Wayne, IN. Public Libarry, Researcher Ralph Moore 10-31-1977

1754 - Gwinnup, George born 1754, NJ. died 1840 S.A.R. Furr. Info. Cincinnati Chapter Hamilton Co. OH.
From the OH D.A.R. Roster VII & II 1929-1938 Revolutionary Soldiers 1775-1783

1767 - Gwinnup (Margaret Simpson) wife of Geogre B. 1767(about 78 yrs old 1844)

1778 - Gwinnup, George inlisted in NJ served as a Corpoal and Sergant in Capt. Henry Luco's, Nataniel Bowmais, & DeHarta comp. in Col. Sheves Sec. NJ Regiment.

1783 - Gwinnup,Geo. discharged June 1783 in Newburgh, NY.

1784 - Gwinnup, Geo. m. 02/07/1784 in Morris Co. NJ Margaret Simpsonborn about 1767

1785 - Gwinnup, John 1st son of George & mAragret. Born in NJ, Morris Co. on 03/17/1785.
Margaret stated she had had seven child born in NJ before she left that state(have eleven in all)

1796 - George Gwinnup or Gwinup G.S.A Rercords Land Warrant w. 7619 B.L. WI 8334-100 Sgt. Issued Nov., 17 , 1796. Also Margaret, Turned land back & received land in Hamilton Co. OH.

1808 - George Gwinnup moved to Ohio(about 1808)

1818 - Geo. stated he had lived in OH about 10 years.

1818 - George applied for Pension 6/02/1818 Hamilton Co. OH. 64 yrs old.

1827 - Calvin Gwinnup b. 8/15/1827 OH d.1917, Internal Rossville Cem. m. Sarah E. b. 2/28/1831 Tenn. d. 4/25/1903, Rossvile, Ill., Vermillion Co. Buried in Rossville Cem.

1828 - George Gwinnup Lived in Columbia Twp. Hamilton Co. OH.

1830 - P.B. Gwinnup b. 1830 Cincinnati, OH Hamilyon Co. Inlisted Feb. 20, 1865 Comp. T or J 148 Ind. Vol. Dist. Sept. 5th, 1865. Sergeant or Leiutinant. Jioned Willaims Post #25, April 3, 1885. Williams Post #25 record. Watseka,IL.

1838 - George Gwinnup WILL of Oct. 1, 1838 Hamilton Co. ,OH.:
I Will and bequiath unto my grand daughter Caroline Gwinnup daughter of my son George Gwinnup fifty dollars.
To My Wife Margaret the use of all my real and personal estate for her life time. That remaining after her death, divided into six equal shares paid my children or thear heir's.
1. Unto my son John Gwinnup                             one share
2. Unto my son Samuel Gwinnup                            one share
3. Unto my son Luther Gwinnup                            one share
4. Unto my dau. Sarah Byers                            one share
5. Unto the (heir's) of my son George Gwiinup              one share
6. Unto the(heir's) of my son James Gwinnup one share
My son Isaac Gwinnup & My daughters Pamela Alexander and Mary Byers have received all I wish or intend for their share and is not to receive any more of my estate.

1840 - George Gwinnup 85 yrs old & living in Mill Creek Twp. Hamilton Co. OH died Aug. 11, 1840
from Pension census


1844 - Margaret Gwinnup was allowed pension on her application executed 03/19/1844, at which time she was near 78 years, and lived in Hamilton Co., OH. She was living in Hamilton Co. OH in 1853.

1845 - David Simpson, elder brother of Maragret, was present at the wedding and David was a resident of Morgan Co. VA in 1845.

1850 - Cenus USA Ohio Margaret Gynup 83 F.W.B. NJ Ohio Millcreek Roll 55 Family 730 Co. H.M.M. 1-55



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