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Re: Silverthorn Book
Posted by: Theodore I Marmo Date: June 12, 1999 at 13:03:44
In Reply to: Re: Silverthorn Book by Mary Jean of 404

Mary Jean,

I missed George and Eva first because I have her surname spelled as Dacone (from Reed's History of the Silverthorn Family -- he copied it from the censuses.)

one note sames about Eorge "for commital as insane, see Eaton:PR: Reel:26, Position 13; PR:5:185)

also -- For Guardianship of John H. Silverthorn & Queen Esther Silverthorn, minor children, see: Eaton County"PR' Reel"39, Posiiton 34;PR:6:75)

The 1861 Census shows George Silverthorn, 2M, CAN, living with his parents, David & Catherine Silverthorn, Farmer, Episcopal Methodists,(on 100 acres of land inthe East Half of Lot 7 in the 6th Concession) in WIndham TWp, NOrfolk CO, Ont. (ED 257, p5;l50)

On 4 Nov 1865, when the OCurt of Chancery vested ittile to the land in the purchaser, Henry M. Freeman, of WIndham, yeoman, George Silverhtorn, a minor and his brothers & sister, by their Guardian, F.J. Stanton, were the Defendants and their uncle, William SIlverthorn, was the Plaintiff and mortgagee in the cause to clear the title to the land which their father, David Silverhtorn, now deceased, had mortaged in 1860, a memorial of which was registered on 17 Nov 1865 (Windham:LR#20871).

The 1871 Census shows Goerge Silverhtorn, 11M, CAN, living with his widowed mother, Catherine Silverhtorn, (on 100 acres of land in the North halft of Lot 7 in the 5th Concession) in Charlotteville Twp, Norfolk, CO, ON)

The 1880 Census shows George Silverthorn WM21S, Cann-XXX-XXX, Laborer, lvining with his brother Chales & Hettie Silverthon, in CHarlotte City, Eaton Co, Mich.(vol6:p239C;ED73:26:45, Dwg 287, Fam299).

The 1900 Census shows George G. Silverthorn, WM40M (Jul 1859, CAN-CAN-CAN, naturalized citizen, immigrated in 1887, in the US for 13 years, Farmer, owns farm free; his wife Eva, WF31M (May 1869, MI-NY-NY;married 8 years (1892), 2 children/2living; and their children, John H. WM7S (Feb 1893), MI-CAN-MI; and Queen E. WF5S (Dec 1894), MI-CAN-MI; living in Eaton TWp, Eaton COn, Mich. while his wife, Eva SIlverthorn WF31M (May 1869), and thier children, John H, and Easter. are also seen living with her parents, JOhn H Dacone and his wife Abigail, married 39 years, 2 children/1living at 319 Washingotn Avenue, Charlotte City, Eaton CO, MI.

CHildren of George and Evan Silverthorn:
1. John H. Silverthorn, b in Feb 1893, Eaton Co, MI

2. Queen Easter Silverthorn, b in Dec 1894, Eaton Co, MI.

Reed, p 1314.

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