Thomas G. Paxton

Last updated 21 Nov 2021 in Spear–Johnson Family.

Individual

Born: Abt 1816 in , , Pennsylvania, United States

Supporting evidence for:
name

book-history-of-concord-1883: Erasmus Briggs, History of the Original Town of Concord, Being the Present Towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins, and Sardinia, Erie County, New York; Rochester, N.Y. : Union and Advertiser Co.'s Print, 1883; book image (PDF), Internet Archive (https://archive.org: accessed 20 Apr 2018); original held by Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Additional detail for reference: Page 679 (PDF page 697)

Comment: Source includes name (Thomas G. <spelling>). See research notes for spelling details.

census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40: 1870 U.S. Census, population schedule, Ohio, Monroe County, Salem Township, page 40 (form) or page 223B (stamp sequence, not visible on page); 1870 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed before 12 August 2018) > "Ohio > Monroe > Salem" image 21; citing “Ninth Census of the United States, 1870, NARA microfilm publication M593, roll 1245 (of 1761), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.” [FHL microfilm 552744]

Additional detail for reference: Line 7, dwelling 225

Comment: Source includes name (Thomas Paxton).

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birth

census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40: 1870 U.S. Census, population schedule, Ohio, Monroe County, Salem Township, page 40 (form) or page 223B (stamp sequence, not visible on page); 1870 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed before 12 August 2018) > "Ohio > Monroe > Salem" image 21; citing “Ninth Census of the United States, 1870, NARA microfilm publication M593, roll 1245 (of 1761), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.” [FHL microfilm 552744]

Additional detail for reference: Line 7, dwelling 225

Comment: Source includes age (53) and location (Penn [Pennsylvania]). Using the official census date of 1 June 1870 gives a birth date range from 2 June 1816 to 1 June 1817.

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Family

Spouse/Partner: Mary Palmerton (1836 – ?)

Married: 1865

Supporting evidence for:
marriage

book-history-of-concord-1883: Erasmus Briggs, History of the Original Town of Concord, Being the Present Towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins, and Sardinia, Erie County, New York; Rochester, N.Y. : Union and Advertiser Co.'s Print, 1883; book image (PDF), Internet Archive (https://archive.org: accessed 20 Apr 2018); original held by Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Additional detail for reference: Page 679 (PDF page 697)

Comment: Source includes year (1865).

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Child: Charlotte Paxton (1870 – ?)

Miscellaneous Facts

Attributes

Residence: 1 Jun 1870 at Collins, Erie County, New York, United States

Supporting evidence for:
attributes

census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40: 1870 U.S. Census, population schedule, Ohio, Monroe County, Salem Township, page 40 (form) or page 223B (stamp sequence, not visible on page); 1870 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed before 12 August 2018) > "Ohio > Monroe > Salem" image 21; citing “Ninth Census of the United States, 1870, NARA microfilm publication M593, roll 1245 (of 1761), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.” [FHL microfilm 552744]

Additional detail for reference: Line 7, dwelling 225

Comment: Source includes census date (1 Jun 1870) and location (the town of Collins in the County of Erie, State of New York).

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Research Notes (Conflicts/Spelling/Followup)

SPELLING

Surname: This database use Paxton. The book History of the Original Town of Concord indicates the name was spelled Paxon. [book-history-of-concord-1883]

FOLLOWUP

In 1870, Duane Palmerton (13) is listed in the census in the household of Thomas and Mary Paxton, under the entryes for Joshua and Helen Palmerton. Thomas is a son-in-law of Joshua Palmerton. Is Duane Joshua's grandson? If so, by whom? Joshua's sone James is a likely candidate. He died after Duane was born, and was married a few years before. [census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40]

Two persons were living in the Thomas Paxton household as of the 1870 census. One was Mary [unclear, maybe Haberer?], an 16? year-old domestic and Chas [unclear, maybe Palmerton?], a 22 year old farm laborer. [census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40]

Supporting evidence for:
research notes

book-history-of-concord-1883: Erasmus Briggs, History of the Original Town of Concord, Being the Present Towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins, and Sardinia, Erie County, New York; Rochester, N.Y. : Union and Advertiser Co.'s Print, 1883; book image (PDF), Internet Archive (https://archive.org: accessed 20 Apr 2018); original held by Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Additional detail for reference: Page 679 (PDF page 697)

census-us-1870-ps-oh-monroe-salem-40: 1870 U.S. Census, population schedule, Ohio, Monroe County, Salem Township, page 40 (form) or page 223B (stamp sequence, not visible on page); 1870 United States Federal Census, database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed before 12 August 2018) > "Ohio > Monroe > Salem" image 21; citing “Ninth Census of the United States, 1870, NARA microfilm publication M593, roll 1245 (of 1761), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.” [FHL microfilm 552744]

Additional detail for reference: Lines 12, 13, and 14, dwelling 225

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