Andrew Conner1

#23047, (circa 1765 - )


____ _____ b. c 1770
Children 1.John Conner+1 (c 1802 - 1885)
 2.Elizabeth Conner+1 (c 1806 - )
 3.Andrew Conner Jr.+1 (c 1811 - 1891)
Birth*circa 1765He was born circa 1765 at IrelandG.2 
Marriage*He married ____ _____.1 
29 October 1850He appeared on the census of 29 October 1850 in the household of Newell Walton and Elizabeth Conner at Ohio Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG, age 85, b. Ireland; (neis. John and Amanda Conner, fam. 2687; Johnston and Laura Tremper, fam. 2680; Francis and Margaret Jeffries, fam. 2673; Freeman and Susan Elstun, fam. 2694.)3 


  1. [S1880] J. L. Rockey, History of Clermont County, Ohio (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1880), pp. 401-402 [publ. 1880]. "In the spring of 1809, Andrew Conner, with his wife and seven children, came down the Ohio in a small boat, from his home in Mercer, Pa., and settled in Kentucky, opposite New Richmond. In 1813 he came to that part of New Richmond called Susanna, where he died about 1847. Of their children, four were the offspring of his wife's former marriage with a man named Lewis, and one of these, George Lewis, died in 1821. Of the Conner children, John, the eldest, began steamboating in 1832, and for thirty-six years was engaged in that occupation, chiefly as captain of steamboats on the Ohio. He is yet a citizen of Ohio, living above New Richmond ; and his brother, Andrew, is a pilot on the river. Several of the daughters married Daniel Light, Elisha Piper, and Newel E. Walton."
  2. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Newell E (44), b. KY, ferryman; Elizabeth (44), b. PA. [Boarding house, other tenants are Roberts, Powers, Ainsworth, Moore, Boyce, Jones, Baker and Gibson]