Person:George Marlow (8)

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George Marlow
m. 12 May 1796
  1. George Marlow1797 - 1884
  2. Tabitha MarlowAbt 1805 - Aft 1870
  3. Allen MarlowAbt 1808 - 1878
  4. Lucretia Marlow1817 - 1895
  5. John M. MarlowAbt 1821 -
  • HGeorge Marlow1797 - 1884
  • WEdda MeadowsBef 1800 - Bef 1845
m. Abt 1815
  1. Lavina MarlowAbt 1816 - Bef 1881
  2. Wesley MarlowAbt 1818 - Bef 1870
  3. Isaac MarlowAbt 1821 - Between 1849
  4. Louisa MarlowAbt 1823 - Bef 1881
  5. Solomon MarlowAbt 1826 - Bef 1881
  6. Jackson MarlowAbt 1827 - 1888
  7. Isom MarlowAbt 1829/30 - Aft 1881
  8. William Marlow1832 - Aft 1900
  9. Marcus MarlowAbt 1835 - Aft 1881
m. 22 MAY 1845
m. 9 MAR 1847
  1. Francis MarlowAbt 1849 - Aft 1881
  2. Mary C. MarlowAbt 1855 - Aft 1881
  3. George E MarlowAbt 1859 - Aft 1881
Facts and Events
Name George Marlow
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 Mar 1797 Tazewell, Virginia, United States
Census[2] 1810 Knox, Kentucky, United States
Marriage Abt 1815 probably Campbell County, Tennessee
to Edda Meadows
Census[3] 1820 Lawrence, Indiana, United States
Other[10] Mar 1820 Lawrence, Indiana, United Statesselected for jury duty
Other[10] May 1821 Lawrence, Indiana, United Stateson roadwork crew with Isom and Riley Meadows
Other[10] May 1822 Lawrence, Indiana, United Stateson roadwork crew with Isom and Riley Meadows
Property[11] 20 Mar 1824 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesreceived US land patent
Property[12] 14 Nov 1825 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[11] 20 Apr 1826 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesreceived US land patent
Property[12] 1 Feb 1828 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[11] 10 Apr 1829 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesreceived US land patent
Other[13][14] 12 May 1829 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesmentioned in father-in-law's probate; appointed guardian of Isaiah, Reuben, Jackson, Polly, & George Meadows
Property[12] 11 Sept 1829 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesbought property
Census[4] 1830 Montgomery, Indiana, United States
Property[11] 1 Jul 1831 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesreceived US land patent
Property[11] 3 Jan 1832 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesreceived US land patent
Property[15] 9 Jan 1835 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statespurchased Reuben Meadow's share of his inheritence
Property[15] 23 Nov 1836 Montgomery, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[16] 9 Oct 1839 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property
Census[5] 1840 Warren, Indiana, United States
Property[17] 16 Dec 1842 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased Independence town lots at public auction
Marriage 22 MAY 1845 Warren, Indiana, United Statesto Mary “Polly” Mickle
Marriage 9 MAR 1847 Warren, Indiana, United Statesto Nancy Coghill
Property[17] 12 May 1847 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property
Property[17] 15 Jan 1848 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property
Property[18] 2 Nov 1848 Warren, Indiana, United Statessold property
Property[18] 3 Nov 1848 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property
Property[18] 3 Nov 1848 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property with mortgage; mortgage repaid 1 Jan 1853
Property[18] 18 Aug 1849 Warren, Indiana, United Statessold property to brother-in-law Leonard Coghill
Census[6] 1850 Warren, Indiana, United States
Property[20] 26 Dec 1853 Warren, Indiana, United Statessold property to sons Isom and William Marlow
Census[7] 1860 Warren, Indiana, United States
Property[19] 20 Feb 1863 Warren, Indiana, United Statespurchased property
Census[8] 1870 Warren, Indiana, United States
Census[9] 1880 Benton, Indiana, United States
Death[22] 7 Apr 1884 Warren, Indiana, United States
Will[21] 15 Apr 1884 Warren, Indiana, United Stateswill filed
Burial[22] Warren, Indiana, United StatesMound Cemetery, east of Pine Village
References
  1. George Marlow , in Meadows Family websites, Secondary quality.
  2. Kentucky, Knox County, in United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Thomas Marlow, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-16 [George], 1 male 26-44, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-44

  3. Indiana, Lawrence County, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    E. George Marlow, 1 m under 10 [Wesley], 1 male 16-24 [George], 1 female under 10 [Lavina], 1 female 16-24 [Edda]

  4. Indiana, Montgomery County, in United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Marlow, George, 2 males under 5 [Isom, Jackson], 2 males 5-10 [Solomon, Isaac], 1 male 10-15 [Wesley], 1 male 30-40 [George], 1 female 5-10 [Louisa], 1 female 10-15 [Lavina], 1 female 30-40 [Edda]

  5. Indiana, Warren County, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    George Marlow, 1 m>5 [Marcus], 2 m 5-9 [William, Isom], 1 m 10-14 [Jackson], 2 m 15-19 [Solomon, Isaac], 1 m 40-49 [George]; 1 f 40-50 [Edda]

  6. IN, Warren County, Adams Township; LDS #0442956, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 78, Fam 79, Primary quality.

    Marlow, George, age 53, m, farmer, RE=$1600, b. VA
    , Nancy, 35, f, b. VA
    , Solomon, 25, m, farmer, IN
    , Isom, 21, m, farmer, IN
    , William, 18, m, farmer, IN
    , Marcus, 15, m, farmer, IN, attended school w/in year
    , Francis M., 1, m, b. IN
    , Nancy, 7, b. IN
    , Eveline, 5, b. IN
    , Frances E., 6 mon, f, b. IN

  7. Indiana, Warren, John Q. Adams, in United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 701, Fam 685, Primary quality.

    Marlow, George, 65, male, farmer, RE=$5000, PE=$700, b. KY, cannot read or write
    , Nancy, 46, female, b. KY, cannot read or write
    , Francis, 10, male, b. IN, at school
    , Mary C., 5, female, b. IN
    , George E., 1, male, b. IN
    Simms, Sarah, 16, female, b. IN, at school
    , Pressley, 13, male, b. IN, at school

  8. Indiana, Warren county, Adams township, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 125, Fam 121, Primary quality.

    Marlow, George, 73, farmer, RE = 6800, PE = 1070, b. VA, citizen
    , Nancy, 52, keeping house, b. KY, cannot write
    , Francis M., 20, white male, farmer, b. IN, cannot write
    , Mary C., 15, b. IN, cannot read
    , George, 10, b. IN, cannot read
    Sellers, George, 25, farm hand, b. IN, citizen

  9. Indiana, Benton County, Bolivar township, ED 7, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Marlow, Isom, white male, 49, married, farming, b. IN, both parents b. VA
    , Susan, wife, white female, 38, married, keeping house, b. IN, fa b. OH, ma b. IN
    , Edward 16, Mary A. 13, Rosa 11, Cora 9, Caroline 4, Elizabeth 4, Dorothy 2
    , George, white male, 86, father, b. VA, both parents b. VA

  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 McCammon, George William. Lawrence County, Indiana, order book for commissioners. ( [S.l.] : Lawrence County Historical & Genealogical Society (Indiana), [200-?] ), Book A; LDS #977.226 N2m 1818-1823, 18 Mar 1818 to 1 July 1823, Secondary quality.

    pp. 155-6 – Tues 9 Mar 1820 - Petit Jurors for the coming year inc. George Marlo [sic]
    pp. 209-10 – 22 May 1821
    David Ferris & Eli Williams be and are appointed Supervisors of that part of the Fields ferry road that lies South of White River and . . . hands to work said road to wit . . . Moses McBride George Marlo Isom Meadows Riley Meadows Lewis Philips. . . .
    pp. 279-280 – 1822 May Term Third Day
    Thompson Connelly be and is appointed supervisor of the road leading from Field’s ferry to the North line of Section 26, town 4 North, and range 1 West, and that he have the following hands to wit: . . . George Marlow, Isham Meadows, Riley Meadows, Lewis Phillips . . . .

  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 Indiana, in United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Primary quality.

    Issue Date: 3/20/1824; GEORGE MARLOW of Lawrence County, Indiana
    Acres: 80; W1⁄2NE Sec 32/ T19-N R5-W 2nd PM Montgomery County
    Document Nr.: 1353 Land Office: Terre Haute

    Issue Date: 4/20/1826; GEORGE MARLOW of Montgomery County, Indiana
    Acres: 80; W1⁄2SW Sec 2/ T19-N R5-W 2nd PM Montgomery County
    Document Nr.: 3568 Land Office: Crawfordsville; Comments: PATENT RECORD IMPERFECT SEE SERIAL PATENT NR 990161 DATED 12-6-1926

    Issue Date: 4/10/1829; GEORGE MARLOW of Montgomery County, Indiana
    Acres: 80; E1⁄2SW Sec 14/ T20-N R6-W 2nd PM Montgomery County
    Document Nr.: 6354 Land Office: Crawfordsville

    Issue Date: 7/1/1831; GEORGE MARLOW of Montgomery County, Indiana
    Acres: 80; W1⁄2SE Sec 14/ T20-N R6-W 2nd PM Montgomery County
    Document Nr.: 12540 Land Office: Crawfordsville

    Issue Date: 1/3/1832; GEORGE MARLOW of Montgomery County, Indiana
    Acres: 80; E1⁄2SW Sec 23/ T20-N R6-W 2nd PM Montgomery County
    Document Nr.: 14725 Land Office: Crawfordsville

  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Montgomery County (Indiana) Deed Records; Montgomery County Recorder’s Office, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Volume 1 , Nov 1823-Oct 1830, Primary quality.

    p. 67 - Indenture 14 Nov 1825
    Between George Marlow and Eddy his wife of Montgomery County, Indiana
    And William DeWitt (son of John DeWitt and Mary his wife) of same place
    Who aid $200 for land on the Waters of Sugar Creek (Land District of Terre Haute)
    W1/2 of the SE1/4, S32, T9N, R5W
    Signed George x his mark Marlow, Eady x her mark Marlow
    Witnesses Wm Bratton JP, Mary H. Bratton; Recorded 6 Dec 1825

    p. 284 - Indenture 1 Feb 1828
    Between George Marlow and Edea his wife of Montgomery County, Indiana
    And Daniel Mosberger of same place
    Who paid $200 for the W1/2 of the SW1/4, S2, T19N, R5W, containing 80 acres
    Signed George x his mark Marlow, Edea x her mark Marlow
    Witnesses P. M. Curry JP, B. Taylor

    p. 407 - Indenture 11 Sept 1829
    Between Barziller Bunnell and Nancy his wife of Montgomery County, Indiana
    And George Marlow of same place
    Who paid $100 for the W1/2 of the SE1/4, S30, T20N, R5W, containing 80 acres more or less (Crawfordsville Land Office)
    Signed Barzilla Bunnell, Nancy S. Bunnell
    Witnesses P. M. Curry JP, William P. Ramey; Recorded 9 Jan 1830

  13. Isham Meadows Probate Record , in Meadows Family Documents, Primary quality.
  14. Montgomery, Indiana, United States. CDPL : Guardian's Docket of Montgomery County, IN (1825-1874), p. 2, Primary quality.

    12 May 1829 - George Marlow, guardian for Isaiah Meadows, Reuben Meadows, Jackson Meadows, Polly Meadows, J. George Meadows, heirs of Isom Meadows deceased; Jackmeyer [?] Baldwin surety for $500 bond

  15. 15.0 15.1 Montgomery County (Indiana) Deed Records; Montgomery County Recorder’s Office, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Volume 6, Part 2, Aug 1836-Mar 1854, Primary quality.

    p. 335 - Indenture 19 Jan 1835
    Between Reuben Meadows of Fountain County, Indiana
    and George Marlow of Montgomery County
    Who paid $25 for one “Eaquel” eight part of the E1/2 of the SW1/4, S2, T19, R5
    Also the W1/2 of the SE1/4 of same Section, Town and Range
    Signed Reuben x his mark Meadows
    Witnesses James L. McKinney JP, Asher Sarjeant

    p. 426 - Indenture 23 November 1836
    Between George Marlow and Ede his wife of Montgomery County, Indian
    And John Mc[J]imsey of the same place
    Who paid $500 for the East 1/2 of the SW 1/4, S14, T20N, R6W (Crawfordsville Land Office), containing 80 acres more or less
    Signed George x his mark Marlow, Ede x her mark Marlow
    Witnesses Elisha McMillan, Samuel Kirkpatrick; Recorded 3 May 1837

  16. Volumes 6 and 7; FHL #1976955, in Warren County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994), Vol. 7, p. 68, 1839-1844, Primary quality.

    Indenture 9 Oct 1839
    Between Laban Gardner and Jane his wife of Warren County
    and George Marlow of the same place who paid $1000
    the Gardners sell and Quit Claim land in Warren County
    W1/2 of NE1/4 Sec 15
    and E1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 15, both T22N, R7W
    Signed Laban x his mark Gardner, Jane x her mark Gardner
    Witness David Moffett JP, Jacob Hanes; Recorded 11 March 1841

  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Warren County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994), Volumes 8-9: FHL #1977053, 1844-1848, Primary quality.

    Vol 8, p. 162 - Indenture 16 Sept 1845
    Between Nicholas Sheffer Sheriff of Warren County, Indiana
    and George Marlow of the same place
    Town Lots 15 and 16 in the town of Independence, Warren County, property of Samuel B. Clark, were advertised for sale by the Sheriff [with conditions] and received no offers, the Sheriff offered to buy the lots and sell at public outb[uy]
    and George Marlow did bid $165, and that being the highest and best bid and also the full appraised value of the said lots on 16 Dec 1842, the lots were sold to him
    Signed Nicholas Sheffer Sheriff, Warren County
    Witness R. A. Chandler, Master in Chancery; Recorded 23 May 1845

    Vol. 9, p. 621 - Indenture 12 May 1847
    Between Allen Sever and Ann Rebecca his wife and Elizabeth Sever of Warren County, Indiana
    and George Marlow of the same place
    who paid $110 for the 22 acres off of the North End of the W1/2 of the NW1/4, Sec 22, T22N, R7
    Signed Allen Sever, Ann Rebecca x her mark Sever, Elizabeth Sever
    Witness John Benson, Sarah x her mark Hurst, John Benson JP; Recorded 30 Oct 1847

    Vol 9, p. 339 - Indenture 15 Jan 1848
    Between Abram Ensley of Bedford County, Pennsylvania
    and George Marlow of Warren County, Indiana
    who paid $250 for the E1/2 of the E1/2 of the SE1/4 of Sec 22, T22N, R7W, containing 40 acres
    also the E1/2 of a tract of land to wit: lying in the East end of the NE fraction in S27, T22N, R7W, beginning at a stone on the North line of said fraction witness a white oak 20 inches in diameter bears N52˚E 56 links a black oak 10 diameter S 40˚W 11 links, thence with the section line N6˚51’E 20 chains 19 links to the corner thence with the Section line S6˚E 12 chains 45 links to the river, thence with the river S61˚30’W 21 chains 89 links to a stake at the Edge of the Bouyou witness a Maple 24 inches diameter bears N42˚E 32 links a sycamore 20 inches diameter N87.5˚W 40 links, thence N6˚W20 chains 93 links to the place of beginning making 16 acres and 90/100s
    Signed Abram Ensley
    Witness John Benson, JP

  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Warren County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994), Vols 10-11; #19772054, 1841-1850, Primary quality.

    Vol. 10-137 - 3 Nov 1848
    George Marlow and Nancy Marlow his wife of Warren County, Indiana (parties of the 1st part)
    Seamour Rhode of same place (party of the 2nd part)
    for the sum of $1200 for the W1/2 of the SE1/4, Sec 21 and the E1/2 of the SW1/4, Sec 21, T23N, R7W
    to be repaid by George Marlow his heirs, executors and administrators for the 4 promissory notes for $300 each due 25 Dec 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852 with the interest that may accrue then these presents shall be void
    Signed George x his mark Marlow, Nancy x her mark Marlow
    Witness John Benson JP, Wm x his mark Marlow; Recorded 23 Dec 1848
    The within mortgage paid in full by George Marlow - Seamour Rhodes, 1 Jan 1853

    10-191 - Indenture 3 Nov 1848
    Between Caleb Rhode and Rachel his wife of Warren County, Indian
    and George Marlow of the same place
    who paid $1500 for the W1/2 of the SE1/4, Sec 21 and E1/2 of the SW1/4 of Sec 21
    T23N, R7W
    signed Caleb Rhode, Rachel x her mark Rhode
    Witness James Frazier, John Benson JP; Recorded 12 Jan 1849

    10-203 - Indenture 2 November 1848
    Between George Marlow and Nancy Marlow of Warren County, Indiana
    and Thomas Dawson of the same place
    who paid $361 for land in the undivided E1/2 of the E end of the NE fraction in Sec 27, T22N, R7W
    beginning at a stone on the North line of said fraction witness a white oak 20 inches diameter bears N 52 deg E 56 lins a black oak 10 inches in diameter S 40 deg W 11 links, thence with the section line S 6 deg E 12 chains 45 links to the River, thence with the River S 61 deg 30 min W 21 chains 89 links to a stake at the edge of the buyou [sic] witness a maple 24 inches diameter bears N 42 deg E 33 links a Sycamore 20 inches diameter N 87.5 deg W 40 links thence 6 deg W 20 chains 93 links to the place of beginning, containing 16 and 90/100s acres
    Also the W1/2 of the E1/2 of the SE1/4 of Sec 22, T22N, R7W
    signed George x his mark Marlow, Nancy x her mark Marlow
    Witness Seymour Rhode, John Benson JP; Recorded 20 Jan 1849

    11-68 - Indenture 18 Aug 1849
    Between George Marlow and Nancy his wife of Warren County, Indiana
    and Leonard H. Coghill of the same place
    who paid $150 for 22 acres off of the North and West 1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 22, T22N, R7W
    Signed George x his mark Marlow, Nancy x her mark Marlow
    Witness John Benson JP, Patsey Ann x her mark Mullin; Recorded 2 Jan 1850

  19. Warren County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994), Volumes 19-21; #1977058, 1859-1864, Primary quality.

    Vol. 21, p. 399
    John May and Martha May his wife of Warren County, Indiana
    Warrant to George Marlow of same place
    who paid $140 for 10 acres off the South end of the E1/2 of the SW1/4, Sec 3, T22N, R7W
    commencing at the SE corner of said lot running thence W 80 poles thence N 20 poles thence E 80 poles thence S20 poles to the place of beginning
    Signed 20 Feb 1863, John May, Martha May
    Witness Richard Foster JP; Recorded 20 Jan 1864

  20. Warren County (Indiana). Recorder. Deed records, 1827-1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994), Volumes 16-18; FHL #1977057, 1855-1859, Primary quality.

    Vol 16-301
    George Marlow and Nancy Marlow his wife of Warren County, Indiana
    for $1000
    paid by Isom Marlow and William Marlow of Warren County, Indiana
    sell the w1/2 of the NE1/4 and the E1/2 of the NW1/4, Sec 15, T22N, R7W
    containing 160 acres more or less
    Signed “this day of 1853” George x his mark Marlow, Nancy x her mark Marlow
    Witnessed 26 Dec 1853 Daniel [Wright] JP; Recorded 26 April 1856

  21. George Marlow Will and Codicil, in Meadows Family Documents, Primary quality.
  22. 22.0 22.1 Jenkins, Rosella Rasmussen, and Diana Marion Knowles. Sacred to the memory: inscriptions from eastern Warren County, Indiana cemeteries, 1826-1974. ([Pine Village), Vol. I, p. 75, Secondary quality.

    Mound Cemetery, east of Pine Villages
    Marlowe, George, 4/07/1884, 104 years, 1 month, 3 days

    [Note: Age at time of death is exaggerated]