Facts and Events
Jacob and Catherine (Johnson) Roe had six children, two of whom were Charles and Joseph.S3 Based on the 1840 census, they also had a daughter born 1820-1825, and a daughter born between 1825-1830, which accounts for 4 of their 6 children. Presumably the other two died young.
- ↑ Clark County, Indiana Marriage Records, 1808-1820; LDS #1428704, in Clark County, Indiana marriage records, 1807-1822. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985), Secondary quality.
p. 34 - Jacob D. Roe and Catherine Johnson, 2[6?] March 1819 by Joseph Reese
- ↑ Indiana State Library. Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages through 1850. (Indiana, United States).
Johnson, Catherine and Rowe, Jacob D., Clark County, 3-25-1819 [25 March 1819]
- History of Shelby County, Indiana: from the earliest time to the present, with biographical sketches, notes, etc., together with a short history of the Northwest, the Indiana Territory, and the state of Indiana. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox Co., 1974 (originally published 1887)), p. 660.
Charles J. Roe, a leading citizen of Hendricks township, is a native of Clarke [sic] County, Ind., where he was born 20 June 1820, being the eldest in a family of six children, born to Jacob D. and Catharine (Johnson) Roe, who were natives of New York and Kentucky, respectively.
- ↑ Marriage Records, Clark County, Indiana, 1808-1855; LDS #1415852, in Indiana. Circuit Court (Clark County). Marriage records 1808-1951, and indexes 1815-1952 [Clark County, Indiana]. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985, 2004), Book A, p. 32, Primary quality.
p. 32 – License 23 Mar 1819, Jacob D. Roe and Catherine Johnson, m. 25 Mar 1819 by Joseph Bower, JP.