Elizabeth _____1

#4431, (between 1795 and 1800 - )
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges

Family

David Lewis Rusk b. 1779
Children 1.David L Rusk Jr.+ (1810 - 1876)
 2.Baltis Ballagar Rusk+ (bt 1811 - 1814 - 1893)
 3. Frances Elizabeth Rusk+7 (1813 - 1855)
 4.William Rusk (1814 - )
 5.dau2 Rusk8 (bt 1815 - 1820 - )
 6.dau3 Rusk8 (bt 1815 - 1820 - )
 7.Samuel Rusk+ (1817 - 1883)
 8.dau4 Rusk8 (bt 1820 - 1825 - )
 9.dau5 Rusk8 (bt 1820 - 1825 - )
 10.Elam Rusk+ (1825 - )
 11.dau6 Rusk8 (bt 1825 - 1830 - )
 12.William Edward Rusk (1831 - )
Birth*between 1795 and 1800She was born between 1795 and 1800 at MarylandB age 16–25 in 1820, 30–39 in 1830; Baltis, Samuel and Edward have both parents b. MD (1880 census.)2,3 
circa 1809 As of circa 1809,her married name was Rusk.1 
Marriage*circa 1809She married David Lewis Rusk, son of David Rusk and Mary Bailey, circa 1809 at Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MarylandB.4 
1820She and David Lewis Rusk appeared on the census of 1820 at Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MarylandB; (father of David Lewis or Elizabeth may be in hh.)3
circa 1823She and David Lewis Rusk removed to Hamilton Co., OhioB, circa 1823.5 
1830She and David Lewis Rusk appeared on the census of 1830 at Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OhioB.6
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S516] Rusk Roundup Revisited, John LaMont, compiler, online http://ruskrounduprevisited.wordpress.com/about/, David Rusk and Mary [Bailey] (early 1700s – after Rev. War) (Maryland Branch)
    A family historian, now deceased, believed that David was one of 4 brothers who sailed from Belfast, Ireland to America around the middle of the 1700s. She gave other brothers’ names as John, Thomas and Jeremiah. David settled in Maryland and saw Revolutionary War service.
  2. [S516] Rusk Roundup, online http://ruskrounduprevisited.wordpress.com/about/, David Rusk and Mary [Bailey]. A family historian, now deceased, believed that David was one of 4 brothers who sailed from Belfast, Ireland to America around the middle of the 1700s. She gave other brothers’ names as John, Thomas and Jeremiah. David settled in Maryland and saw Revolutionary War service.
  3. [S115] 1820 U.S. Federal Census. M (45+) [____]; M (26-44) [David Lewis]; F (16-25) [wife Elizabeth]; m (10-15) [David L]; 5 m (<10) [Baltis, William, Samuel, Elam, ____, ____]; f (10-15) [____], 2 f (<10) [Frances Elizabeth (would be 7), ____].]
  4. [S516] Rusk Roundup, online http://ruskrounduprevisited.wordpress.com/about/, David Rusk and Mary [Bailey] (early 1700s – after Rev. War) (Maryland Branch). A family historian, now deceased, believed that David was one of 4 brothers who sailed from Belfast, Ireland to America around the middle of the 1700s. She gave other brothers’ names as John, Thomas and Jeremiah. David settled in Maryland and saw Revolutionary War service.
  5. [S996] Western Biographical Publishing Co., A History and Biographical Cyclopaedia of Butler County Ohio (transcription) (Cincinnati, Ohio: Western Biographical Publishing Company, 1882), Butler County OHGenWeb Project, transcriber, p. 392, "Baltis B. Rusk was born in 1811, in the State of Maryland, in Baltimore County. His parents were David Louis Rusk and Elizabeth Rusk, and they came to Hamilton County in 1823, and to Butler ounty in 1837. Baltis B. Rusk was married , in 1837, to Elizabeth W. Gibson, born in this county in 1819, and the daughter of Robert and Anna Gibson. They raised six boys and five girls. Three of his sons were in the Union army, serving three years. One went through to Savannah, with Sherman, and was in twenty-two battles; one was down on the coast, and one in the Carolinas. His grandfather Rusk was quartermaster to the French division, in Baltimore, in the Revolution. Two great-uncles were in the Revolution, both being wounded at the battle of Brandywine.". Hereinafter cited as History and Bio. of Butler Co. Ohio.
  6. [S116] 1830 U.S. Federal Census. David L[ewis] (40-49); F (30-39) [Elizabeth]; m (15-19) [David L Jr], 2 m (10-14) [Baltis, William], 2 m (5-9) [Samuel, Elam], m (<5) [poss. Wm Edward]; f (15-19) [Frances Elizabeth would be 17], 2 f (10-14) [dau2, dau3], 2 f (5-9) [dau4, dau5], f (<5) [dau6].
  7. [S520] VWH, Frances Elizabeth is the spouse of John Lawrence Tremper in the 1850 census, age 37, born in Maryland. Her first son with John L is named David Rusk Tremper. The David Rusk family of Maryland (Baltimore) came to Hamilton/Clermont county area around 1823. In the 1830 census for the David Rusk household there were three unnamed daughters, including one age less than 10. In the 1840 census for the same family there are six unnamed female children, including one age 15 to 19.
  8. [S116] 1830 U.S. Federal Census. 1830 census 6 female children.