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1766 Miriam Middleton, daughter of George and Dinah Middleton, was born on the 10th of 2nd month February. [1]

1768 Aaron Ivins, son of Aaron and Ann Ivins, was born on 24th of 1st month. [2]

1783 Thomas Smith and Mary Rockhill were married on July 19, at Mansfield, New Jersey. Witnessed by Aaron and Miriam Ivins, and many others. [3]

1787 Charles Jones and Mary Ivins, daughter of Samuel Ivins, deceased, of Chesterfield, Burlington County, were married on November 2, at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County. Witnessed by Aaron Ivins Jr, and many others. [4]

1791 The account of the estate of Isaac Ivins [father of Aaron Ivins] named Aaron's children as Isaac, Samuel, Aaron, Ann (now wife of John Comfort), Mary (now wife of Stephen Comfort), and Barclay. [Photocopy, Estate account of Isaac Ivins naming children and grand-children.] [5]

1793 Aaron Ivins, son of Aaron and Ann Ivins, and Miriam Middleton were married on December 11, at Upper Springfield, Monmouth County, New Jersey. [6] [7] [8] [9]

1794 On 25 of 10th month, George M. Ivins was born to Aaron and Miriam Ivins. [10] [11]

1795 Aaron Ivins Junior and wife Meriam were received at the the Falls Quaker Meeting, Pennsylvania on certificate from Upper Springfield with son George. [12] [13]

1795 Ezra Cook (perhaps the first husband of Ann Ivins), of Hanover Twp, Burlington County, New Jersey, died intestate with administration by Caleb Shreve. Inventory made by Daniel Ivins and Reuben Shreve. [14]

1796 Ann Ivins, daughter of Aaron and Miriam Ivins, was born on the 28 of 3rd month. [15]

1797 The estate of father, Aaron Ivins, of Burlington County, New Jersey, was administered by Aaron Ivins and fellowbondsman, James Sterling on July 20. [16]

1799 Ann Ivins, daughter of Keziah Shreve and Moses Ivins, married first, Ezra Cook, and second, in 1799, Aaron Ivins. [17] "Aaron Ivins ... married Ann Cheshire, and among their children was a son Aaron, who married Ann Cook (nee Ivins), and they reared a family of children" [18]

1799 Aaron Ivins was disowned by the Falls Quaker Monthly Meeting for marrying out of unity. [19]

1800 Eliza Ivins, daughter of Aaron and Ann Ivins, was born on 1 of 3rd month. [20]

1800 Aron Ivans lived in Falls, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in a household with Males: 1 (age Under 10), 1 (age 16 thru 25), and 2 (age 26 thru 44); Females: 2 (age Under 10), 2 (age 10 thru 15), and 1 (age 26 thru 44). [21]

1800 Aaron Ivins, executor to Aaron Ivins of Bucks County, sold land on Doctor's Creek near Allentown to John Clayton. [22]

1801 Several heirs of Aaron Ivins finalized a transfer of land to John Britton. The heirs were Aaron Ivins, Isaac Ivins, Samuel Ivins, John Comfort and wife Anne, Stephen Comfort and wife Mary, and Barclay Ivins. Ann Ivins Jr, wife of Aaron Ivins and Lavina Ivins, wife of Samuel Ivins, signed a separate deed relinquishing their rights to the land. [23]

1801 Isaac Ivins, son of Aaron (deceased) and Ann Ivins, late of Falls Twp, Bucks County, married Elizabeth Howard on November 12, at Upper Springfield Twp, Monmouth County. Witnessed by Aaron Ivins and many others. [24]

1810 Aron Ivens lived in Falls, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in a household with Males: 3 (age Under 10), 2 (age 16 thru 25), and 1 (age 26 thru 44); Females: 1 (age Under 10), 2 (age 10 thru 15), and 1 (age 16 thru 25). [25]

1813 The estate proceedings for Aaron Ivins of Falls Twp, Bucks County, Pennsylvania named seven children: Eliza, Aaron, Barclay, Caleb, and Lydia under age 14 and George and Ann over age 14. Dated August 30. Isaac Ivins, William Warner, and John Comfort appointed guardians. Widow Ann owned 170 acres on the Delaware River. [26] [27]

1813 Stephen Wootson declared that Aaron Ivins had died intestate and made bond to administer the estate of Aaron Ivins. Dated July 19. Stephen Wootson, John Comfort, and Caleb Clottinier posted bond. The account reported payments to Isaac Ivins, Barclay Ivins, and Ann Ivins, among others. A cedar swamp lot in Northampton Twp was sold to Joseph Thorn. [28]

1820 Ann Ivins lived in Falls, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in a household with Males: 1 (age 10 thru 15), 1 (age 16 thru 18), and 1 (age 16 thru 25); Females: 1 (age 10 thru 15), and 1 (age 16 thru 25). [29]

1823 January. George W Ivins and Aaron Ivins, sons of Aaron Ivins deceased, petitioned for a division of their father's real estate. Aaron died intestate, prior to Jan 29, 1817, owning real estate in Upper Freehold Township. Children and heirs: George W Ivins, Aaron Ivins, Ann Comfort wife of Ellis Comfort, Eliza Ivins, Barclay Ivins, Caleb Ivins, and Lydia Ivins. [30] [31]

Research Notes:

There are several Aaron Ivins families; some are named in the notes for the father of this Aaron Ivins.

1768 Ann Ivins was born on 12 of month 1. [32]

Aaron Ivins with his wife Ann (nee Cheshire) and their children Isaac, Samuel, Ann, Mary and Barclay, moved from Upper Springfield (whither they had removed from Chesterfield in 1788) to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, taking a certificate to Falls Monthly Meeting. Their son, Aaron Jr., born in 1768, died 1813, married first, 1793, Miriam Middleton, of Mansfield township ; and in 1795 he and his wife and young son removed from Upper Springfield and located near the elder Aaron and his family, in Bucks county, Pa., uniting also with the Falls Monthly Meeting. Aaron Ivins, Jr., married second, in 1799, Ann (Ivins) Cook, daughter of Moses and Keziah (Shreve) Ivins. [33] [34] Aaron Ivins married Ann Cook (nee Ivins)[35], and Meriam Middleton [36]

The biosketch of William Henry Ivins reports a descent from Aaron Ivins, who married Ann Cheshire and had son Aaron who married Ann (Ivins) Cook. That Aaron had a son Aaron, who married Hannah Eastburn and they were the parents of William Henry Ivins. [37]


Footnotes:

[1] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[2] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[3] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Records of Marriage Certificates from Upper Springfield Meeting, commencing 1783, 1-2, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[4] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Records of Marriage Certificates from Upper Springfield Meeting, commencing 1783, 15, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[5] Burlington County, New Jersey, Miscellaneous Probate Papers 1778-1815, book I, image 94, [FamilySearchImage].

[6] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Records of Marriage Certificates from Upper Springfield Meeting, commencing 1783, 41, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[7] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Vol. 3 (1995), 45.

[8] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed., Vol. III (1905), 22, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[9] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[10] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[11] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed., Vol. III (1905), 22, left column, bottom, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[12] William Wade Hinshaw, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 2 [NJ and Pennsylvania] (1938), 1005, [HathiTrust].

[13] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Vol. 3 (1995), 39.

[14] Elmer T. Hutchinson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 37. (Wills and Administrations 8, 1791-1795) (1942), 82, [InternetArchive].

[15] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[16] Elmer T. Hutchinson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 38. (Wills and Administrations 9, 1796-1800) (1944), 197, [GoogleBooks], [FHLBook].

[17] Howard Barclay French, Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French, Volume 1 (1909), 295, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[18] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed., Vol. III (1905), 621, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[19] William Wade Hinshaw, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 2 [NJ and Pennsylvania] (1938), 1005, [HathiTrust].

[20] Lewis D. Cook, "Ivins of Falls Township, Bucks County, Penna.," Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine 20 (1956), 183-185, at 183.

[21] United States Federal Census, 1800, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[22] Edwin Salter, A History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (1890), 73, [GoogleBooks].

[23] Burlington County, New Jersey Deeds (1785-1901), L-49, [FamilySearchImage], [FHLCatalog].

[24] Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Records of Marriage Certificates from Upper Springfield Meeting, commencing 1783, 63, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[25] United States Federal Census, 1810, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[26] Thomas G Myers, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Records 1685-1852 (1939), 210, file #2163.

[27] Thomas G Myers, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Records 1685-1852 (1939), 210.

[28] Burlington County, New Jersey, Miscellaneous Probate Papers 1778-1815, Book I, image 228 of images 221-233, [FamilySearchImage].

[29] United States Federal Census, 1820, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[30] New Jersey Probate Records, 1678-1980, Monmouth, Orphans Court Minutes F-330 (image 198), [FamilySearchImage].

[31] Judith B Cronk, Intestates and Others from the Orphans' Court Books of Monmouth Co, NJ 1785-1906 (2002), 31, [GoogleBooks].

[32] Howard Barclay French, Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French, Volume 1 (1909), 295, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[33] Howard Barclay French, Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French, Volume 2 (1913), 75, [GoogleBooks].

[34] Howard Barclay French, Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French, Volume 1 (1909), 295, [HathiTrust], [InternetArchive].

[35] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed., Vol. III (1905), 621, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].

[36] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Vol. 3 (1995), 45.

[37] William W. H. Davis, with Warren S. Ely and John W. Jordan, ed., History of Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd ed., Vol. III (1905), 621, [GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].