Person:James Challiss (23)

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James Milbank Challiss
m. 29 Apr 1795
  1. John W Challiss1796 - 1854
  2. James Milbank Challiss1799 - 1868
m. 28 Aug 1823
  1. Joseph S ChallissEst 1824 -
  2. William Lawrence Challiss1826 - 1909
  3. Luther C Challiss1829 - 1894
  4. George T Challiss1833 - 1896
  5. James Challiss1833 - 1838
  6. Emma Taylor Challiss1839 - 1894
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4] James Milbank Challiss
Gender Male
Birth[5][6][7] 15 Jan 1799 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Baptism[10][14] 19 Oct 1817
Ordination[15][16] 24 Jun 1821
Education[9] Est Mar 1822 Princeton University, , Princeton, Mercer County, NJ, USAclassical and theological. quit to take up ministry
Occupation? 1822 Upper Freehold Baptist Church, , , Monmouth County, NJ, USAa preacher
Occupation? Bef 1823 Baptist Church, , Allentown, Monmouth County, NJ, USAa pastor
Ordination[19][20] 7 Dec 1822 Upper Freehold Baptist Church, , , Monmouth County, NJ, USA
Residence[23] Bef 1823 Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth County, NJ, USA
Occupation? 1823 Jacobstown Church, , Jacobstown, Burlington County, NJ, USAa preacher
Marriage 28 Aug 1823 Baptist Church of Salem (now First Baptist Church), , Salem, Salem County, NJ, USAto Lydia J Johnson
Residence[9][24] 1824 Imlaystown, Monmouth County, NJ, USA
Occupation? 1838 Pennypack Baptist Church, , Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USAa preacher
Census[27][47] 1 Jun 1840 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Occupation? 1845 Marlton Baptist Church, , Marlton, Burlington County, NJ, USAa preacher
Occupation? 1845 Moorestown Baptist Church, , Moorestown, Burlington County, NJ, USAa preacher
Residence[10] 1845 Bustleton, Philadelphia County, PA, USA
Residence[10][28] 1845 Marlton, Burlington County, NJ, USA
Census[30] 1 Jun 1850 Evesham Township, Burlington County, NJ, USA
Occupation? From Apr 1852 to 1 Apr 1860 First Cohansey Baptist Church, , Roadstown, Cumberland County, NJ, USAa preacher
Retirement[10][28] 1 Apr 1860 Bank St, Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Census[34] 1 Jun 1860 Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Occupation? Bet 1 Jun 1860 and 1879 a Baptist clergyman
Other[36][51] 6 Jun 1860 First Baptist Church, Ninth St and Kansas Ave, Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USAMisc
Other[9][37][38][52] 9 Jun 1860 Atchison, Atchison County, KS, USAMisc
Occupation? Bet Jul 1860 and 15 Apr 1868 Baptist Church, , Millville, Cumberland County, NJ, USAa supply pastor
Occupation? Bet 1860 and 1868 a City Superintendent of Public Schools
Occupation? 1862 Baptist Church, , Cedarville, Cumberland County, NJ, USAa supply pastor
Occupation? 1863 Baptist Church, , Canton, Salem County, NJ, USAa supply pastor
Will[40] 28 Aug 1863 Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Occupation? 1865 Baptist Church, , Vineland, Cumberland County, NJ, USAa supply pastor
Occupation? Est 1867 Mount Holly Baptist Church, , Mount Holly, Burlington County, NJ, USAa supply pastor
Occupation? EITHER 1824 OR 1825 Baptist Society, , Salem, Salem County, NJ, USAa teacher
Death[7][8][42] 15 Apr 1868 Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Burial[9][10][11][43] 20 Apr 1868 Bridgeton Baptist Cemetery, Pearl St, Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Probate[40] 27 Apr 1868 Bridgeton, Cumberland County, NJ, USA
Religion[12][13] Baptist
References
  1. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870).
  2. Messenger and Public Advertiser, Location: Salem, New Jersey
    3 Sep 1823, 2, "Married".
  3. Salem County, New Jersey Marriage Book, Record Type: Salem County, New Jersey Marriage Book
    book B p. 315.
  4. The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New testaments Together With the Apocrypha: Translated Out of the Origi. (Mathew Carey, Philadelphia, 1806).
  5. Chaky, Rebecca (Rebecca Carol), and Ruth (Ruth Mellenbruch) Martin. Ruth Martin Family Tree 1995: Brown, Challiss, Earhart, Harres, Martin, Mellenbruch, Milbank, Tonsing, Walker. (Friendswood, Texas: Never Done Press, 1995)
    22-47.
  6. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    45.
  7. 7.0 7.1 James Milbank Challiss, Return of Deaths in the City of Bridgeton County of Cumberland State of New Jersey Vol. (From 1 May 1867 to 1 May 1868).
  8. Hammell, Jeanne MacNeill Davis. Salem County, New Jersey, Deaths and Marriages: Extracted from the Newspaper, "Salem Sunbeam," from 1858 throu. (1987)
    119.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Chaky, Rebecca (Rebecca Carol), and Ruth (Ruth Mellenbruch) Martin. Ruth Martin Family Tree 1995: Brown, Challiss, Earhart, Harres, Martin, Mellenbruch, Milbank, Tonsing, Walker. (Friendswood, Texas: Never Done Press, 1995)
    22-28.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Martin, Ruth Margaret Mellenbruch. Family tree--Challis Harres Martin Tonsing Otis. (Fort Worth, Texas, USA: Paul Martin Tonsing, 1979)
    28.
  11. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    351.
  12. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    47.
  13. Kupillas, Mary Coates Martin. The House of John Johnson (1731 - 1802) Salem County, New Jersey and His Descendants. (Gateway Press, Inc, Baltimore, Maryland, 1979)
    8.
  14. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    65.
  15. The United States Biographical Dictionary Kansas Volume Containing Accurately Compiled Biographical Sketches i. (S. Lewis & Co, Chicago and Kansas City, 1879)
    19-20.
  16. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    75.
  17.   Ellis, Franklin. History of Monmouth County New Jersey. (R. T. Peck & Co, Philadelphia, 1974, Second Date, 1885)
    418.
  18.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    93.
  19. Ellis, Franklin. History of Monmouth County New Jersey. (R. T. Peck & Co, Philadelphia, 1974, Second Date, 1885)
    419 & 636.
  20. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    98.
  21.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    106.
  22.   Messenger and Public Advertiser, Location: Salem, New Jersey
    3 Sep 1823, 2, "Married".
  23. Salem County, New Jersey Marriage Book, Record Type: Salem County, New Jersey Marriage Book
    book B p. 315.
  24. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    130.
  25.   Cushing, Thos.;Sheppard, Charles E. History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland New Jersey, with Biographical Sketches of Their Pr. (Higginson Book Co, Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1999)
    379.
  26.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    152.
  27. United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, National Archives and. (1840)
    James Challiss household, Lower Dublin, p. 212.
  28. 28.0 28.1 Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    183.
  29.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Burlington County, New Jersey, National Archives and Reco. (1850)
    492.
  30. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Cooper County, Missouri, National Archives and Records Ad. (1850)
    78.
  31.   Cushing, Thos.;Sheppard, Charles E. History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland New Jersey, with Biographical Sketches of Their Pr. (Higginson Book Co, Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1999)
    697.
  32.   The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New testaments Together With the Apocrypha: Translated Out of the Origi. (Mathew Carey, Philadelphia, 1806).
  33.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    244.
  34. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Cumberland County, New Jersey, National Archives and Reco. (1860)
    James M. Challiss household, p. 474/82 dwelling 688 family 688.
  35.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Cumberland County, New Jersey, National Archives and Reco. (1860)
    474.
  36. Challiss, Mrs. W. L. Story of the First Baptist Church of Atchison, Kansas. (The Home Printing Company, Atchison, Kansas, 1898)
    99.
  37. Martin, Ruth Margaret Mellenbruch. Family tree--Challis Harres Martin Tonsing Otis. (Fort Worth, Texas, USA: Paul Martin Tonsing, 1979)
    8-12.
  38. Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    234.
  39.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    246.
  40. 40.0 40.1 Record of wills, 1679-1900, Volume: 3486F - 3587F, Record Info: New Jersey. Surrogate's Court (Salem County)
    3567F.
  41.   Murphy D. D., John R. Memoir of Rev. James M. Challiss. (Jas. B. Rodgers Co, Philadelphia, 1870)
    250.
  42. gravel (a deposit of small calculous concretions (stones) in the kidneys and bladder)
  43. northeast corner
  44.   a preacher
  45.   a pastor
  46.   a teacher
  47. one male 5 to 10, one male 10 to 15, one male 15 to 20, one male 40 to 50, one female under 5, one female 15 ot 20, and one female 30 to 40
  48.   a City Superintendent of Public Schools
  49.   a supply pastor
  50.   a Baptist clergyman
  51. a preacher at convention of First Baptist Church
  52. visited