David Annable1

#7405, (say 1806 - October 1836)
Father*Barnabas Annable1 (1767 - 1835)
Mother*Ruth Moon1 (c 1771 - 1828)

Family

Elizabeth Moore b. s 1806, d. 1828
Birth*say 1806He was born say 1806; need source.2 
March 1819He removed with Barnabas Annable and Ruth Moon to Black Twp., Posey Co., IndianaG, in March 1819, landing "the 23d of April at Mount Vernon, on the Ohio river, a distance of more than twelve hundred miles by water."3 
Marriage*23 October 1828He married Elizabeth Moore on 23 October 1828 at Posey Co., IndianaG.4 
Death*October 1836He died in October 1836 at Posey Co., IndianaG.5 

Citations

  1. [S265] E.R. Ellis, editor, Biographical Sketches of Richard Ellis (Detroit, Michigan: W. Graham Printing Co., 1888), p. 366-8.
  2. [S520] VWH, was one of the younger children that removed to Indiana in 1819.
  3. [S265] E.R. Ellis, Richard Ellis, p. 366-8; "After the death of his mother, in 1818, he [Barnabas] removed, the next year, with his family [and his sister, Bethia], to Mt. Vernon, Indiana, in the extreme southwestern part of the State. From Sempronius they went overland to Olean, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., on the Alleghany River, where they went on rafts and flatboats down that river and the Ohio, to their new home in Indiana...Daniel, David and Nancy Annable, children of Barnabas, removed to Farmersville with their parents in 1819, where they all died, leaving no children. Enos had no children."
    Page 366 has Mt. Vernon (on the river), p. 367 has Farmersville. Actually, Nancy had removed to Indiana the previous year, with her brothers Bromley and Enos, and her sister Electa and her husband, Elisha Phillips.
  4. [S199] Indiana Marriages to 1850 [database], Jordan Dodd, compiler, online Ancestry.com, David Anable and Eliza Moore, m. 23 Oct 1828, Posey Co.
  5. [S265] E.R. Ellis, Richard Ellis, 447–48, letter from Samuel Annable, son of Barnabas, to Deacon Dimick Ellis of Ashfield, MA, dated Yankee Settlement, Posey County, Ind., Dec. 15, 1839: "It was eleven years ago last summer that an unusual fever for this country broke out in our family in the month of June. My mother was the first who fell a victim to it, sister Nancy next, then brother David and Bromley, then sisters Eliza and Rhoda — all in the space of six weeks.". And "My brother David died in October 1836 of bilious fever."