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  • Nickname  Jay 
    Born  28 Aug 1840  Carroll County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    _UID  D6E20C67F713FB49A19815EEF15AA69B4152 
    Died  15 Jul 1906  Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I38256  Marshall and Allied Families
    Last Modified  24 Mar 2014 

    Father  Thomas F. TALBOTT 
    Mother  Henrietta ALLEN,   b. 22 Nov 1814, Otsego County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Sep 1863, Carroll County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID  529D2CCF44AC404C8E1A3F36C41AF4277C19 
    Family ID  F13625  Group Sheet

    Family  Christine ROUDEBUSH 
    _UID  7CEE58482E66634A95A06B60ACE226BBBAF3 
    Family ID  F15302  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
    Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
    This letter was written by Joseph W. Talbott to his brother, Oliver. He wrote it on the first actual day of the battle for Vicksburg.

  • Notes 
    • Descendants of Richard and Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbott of Popular Knowle, West River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, by Ida Morrison (Murphy) Shirk, p. 116
      !Marshall 0294, p. 2

      !Talbot 0009, pg. 15 - His will was written in 1663. He probably died that year.


      Date: 4/18/2001 10:06:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time
      From: rreddick@tcsn. net (Richard D. Reddick)
      To: TALBOT-L@rootsweb. corn

      http://community-2.webtv. net/C1A666/DESCENDANTSOF/index. html

      TALBOTT - ARMISTEAD FAMILY HISTORY According to the Armistead Family History, Richard Talbott, who came to Maryland in 1649, was the son of Sir Robert Talbott, the second Baron of Carlton Co, in Kildare and Grace Calvert, Grace Calvert was the daughter of Sir George Calvert, first Baron Baltimore.

      According to the Armistead material, Richard Talbott was next in line to become Earl of Shrewsbury, however because of his loyalty to King Charles, his estates were confiscated by the Cromwell Party and he came to Maryland by invitation of Governor Stone in 1649. He settled in Maryland at the same time period as Sir William Talbott and Colonel George Talbott, all relatives of Lord Baltimore. Sir Robert Talbottā??s nephew became Earl of Shrewsbury. In 1649 Richard received a patent from the proprietary government of the province for a tract of land known as Timber Neck he married Elizabeth Ewen, in 1655 he bought Poplar Knowle, a plantation on West River, Anne Arundel County Maryland Richard died about 1662.


      Descendants of Richard & Elizabeth Talbott of Poplar Knowles West River Anne Arundel Maryland

      Thomas F. Talbott Henrietta Allen of Carroll County Ohio Harlem Springs had issues;

      1. Oliver Talbott b.5-July-1835 in Carroll County, Ohio d. 21-April-I 912 in Missouri married to Laura J. Hellficker.

      2. Adeline C. Talbott born 8-Jan-1837 in Carroll County, Ohio d.24-Jan-1918 married to John R. McClain

      3. William Henry Talbott born 16-July-1838 in Carroll County, Ohio d. 27-Feb-1865 married to Rebecca Jane McClain

      4. Joseph M. Talbott b. 28-Aug-1840 in Carroll County, Ohio to Christine Roudebush

      5. Allen L. Talbott b. 12-Feb-1842 in Carroll County, Ohio d 1-June-1906 in Ohio married to Jane Allen second marriage to Elizabeth Allen.

      6. Mary R. Talbott b.28-Nov-1843 in Carroll County, Ohio, d.1-May-1873 married to Charles Simmon.

      7. Benjamin Franklin Talbott b. 24-July-1845 in Carroll County, Ohio d. 11-Dec-1883 married to Mary Celinda Angstadt.

      8. Sarah Talbott b.10-Mar-1850 Carroll County, Ohio d. 11-Dec-1883.

      9. John J. Talbott b.10-March-1850 in Carroll County, Ohio d.20-March-1853

      10. Ruth Ann Talbott b.10-Oct-1 851 in Carroll County, Ohio d. 24-Aug-1928 married to Harace G. Cogsil.

      11. Micaja CoIlin Talbott b 20-April-1853 in Carroll County Ohio d. 14-Oct-1931 in Turlock, California married to Laura Ann Ruse 21-Aug-1879

      12. Isabella Talbott b. 20-Feb-1855 in Carroll County, Ohio d. 17-Oct-1953 married to Robert Patterson.

      13. Hannah Talbott b. 20-March-1857 Carroll County, Ohio married to James Maclntire Tefler.

      Next Generation

      Adeline C.Nee

      Talbott (McClain) & John R. McClain SON Ross Talbott McClain
      Harlem Springs ,Ohio Carroll County Ohio 1863 d 1957 married to Elva Jane
      Best of Germano ,Ohio German Township Germano,Ohio daughter of Christian
      B.Best and Mary Ann nee Snyder of Germano Ohio.

      Christian Raymund McClain b June -23-1889 d April - 23-1961 married to Eula Margueritte
      Chastain b March-21 -1892 in Greenville Texas Hunt County daughter of Joseph
      Maxwell Chastain b Raybun Co Ga and Mary Ann McLain b Anna ,Texas, Eula M.
      McClain d Dec-23-1972 Oklahoma City.
    • Unnumbered Documents - Talbott, Joseph W. Civil War Letter

      I purchased this letter for $150 from BJ's Stamps and Coins, 6342 W. Bell Rd., Glendale, Arizona 85308 in February, 2011. They contacted me by email because they found Joseph's name on my website. There is documentation with the letter that positively identifies him as part of my wife's, Ruth Elizabeth Talbot's, family. He is her 5th cousin, 5 times removed.

      The letter is fragile and difficult to read, but the coin shop engaged a genealogist, Tanja Turtsany, to transcribe the letter. The transcription is included with the letter.

      Joseph was a Private in the Eightieth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The package includes information about that unit and their campaigns during the Civil War. He wrote the letter on May 23, 1863 while he was 4 miles below Vicksburg, Mississippi.
    • the 1900 census records of Carroll County, Ohio shows his birth year as 1841.