..."Wolf Creek Mills in 1789," about a mile above its junction with the Muskingum...
|Battle Of Lookout Mountain (Photo By Jim)|
See blog post Securing Lookout Valley.
"On September 24, 1786, L.M. Clement's grandfather, Col. Lewis Clement, was born in Niagara to John and Mary (Ball) Clement. Like his father, he was also a devoted loyalist to the Crown. In 1806, Lewis Clement, then nineteen, married sixteen-year old Margaret Crysler and six years later their son, Ralph Morden Clement, was born on January 9, 1812."
"In 1836, Ralph Morden Clement married Charlotte Amanda Metzler and the next year the first of their seven children, Lewis Metzler Clement, was born in Niagara-on-Lake. In 1840 the family moved to nearby St. Catherines, Ontario...". "...on February 1st, 1858...Charlotte Eliza Crysler married her cousin, Lewis M. Clement, at St. George's Church in St. Catherines."
|Source - Powers & Palm Tree|
The Bostwicks were part of George's paternal line. Since we connect on his maternal line (Powers), we are not directly related to this family.
J.W. S. McNeil, of the 2nd Regiment of Dragoons. He was killed in the 21st year of his age in battle with the Indians of Florida on the morning of the 16th of September, 1837, by Uchee Billy, a chief of the Seminoles. He was the son of Gen. John McNeil, of New Hampshire--late of the U.S. Army, and grandson of the late Governor Pierce of the same state.
He married, 3rd, Eunice* Bassett, widow of Schofield Bassett, and daughter of John Osborn, of the State of New York. *This one? [Probably; Eunice had a daughter, Rosina Bassett. There was a Rose Jones [Rosina Bassett?] who was born in Michigan, living in Titusville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. It was stated that Eunice, widow of Walter Pelton, was living in Titusville with her daughter, Rose Jones.]