Gallup, Mary

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Birth

Mary Gallup was born March 17, 1756[1] in Groton, New London, Connecticut, and died May 7, 1827[1][2]. Her parents were Captain Joseph Gallup[1] (February 21, 1725>[3] - July 11, 1802[3] OR February 21, 1778>[3])[4] and Sarah Gardiner[1] OR Mary Gardiner[4] or Gardner[3](Aug 30, 1730 - July 11, 1802)[4].

Her brothers and sisters were:

  • Joseph Gallup (21 Mar 1750 - 11 Feb 1753)[4][3]
  • Sarah Gallup (10 Nov 1752 - )[4][3]
  • Joseph Gallup (26 Sep 1754 - 11 May 1834)[4][3]
  • Mary Gallup (17 Mar 1756 - 7 May 1827)[4][3]
  • John Gallup (17 Jul 1758 - 8 Dec 1825)[4][3]
  • Lucretia Gallup (15 Aug 1760 - )[4][3]
  • Phoebe Gallup (10 Apr 1762 - 30 Mar 1840)[4][3]
  • Gardner Gallup (5 Mar 1765 - )[4][3]
  • Jonathan Gallup (23 Nov 1766-)[4][3]
  • Esther Gallup (14 Apr 1769 - )[4][3]
  • Gurdon Gallup (18 Dec 1771 - 17 Dec 1847)[4]

Occupation

Marriage & Children

Mary Gallup married Isaac Crary on November 12, 1775[1] in Groton, New London, Connecticut.[5] Isaac Crary was born July 17, 1751 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut[5], the son of Nathan Crary[5] (7 Oct 1717-24 Mar 1798)[2] and Dorothy Wheeler[5][1]. (15 Mar 1721-5 May 1787) [2].

Their children were:

  • Isaac E Crary[6] 7 Feb 1777
  • Polly Crary[6] 2 Feb 1779 in Groton, New London, Connecticut, USA or Berne, NY (Listed as Mary some places[2])
  • Joseph Crary[6] 28 Jan 1781 in Groton, New London, Connecticut, USA
  • Nathan Crary[6] 11 Feb 1784 in Groton, New London, Connecticut, USA
  • Edward Parker Crary[6] 24 Jul 1787
  • Daniel Crary[6] 23 Jan 1790
  • William Crary[6] 22 Jun 1792
  • Hannah Crary[6] 23 Sep 1794
  • Sally Crary[6] 11 Sep 1796

Death

Mary Gallup died May 17, 1827<reg name="IOWA" /> or May 7, 1827[4]

Additional Media

NOTE: The Gallup history does NOT mention Mary as the daughter of Joseph Gallup, but she is definitely included from other sources. There is confusion about her mother's first name (Mary or Sarah) but not the last name. There is confusion about the date of death of her father.

Ancestry.com. Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. http://www.ancestry.com

Amos Crary Male 16 May 1788 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Andrew Crary Male 7 Jul 1790 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Anna Crary Female 8 Mar 1749 Stonington Nathan Dorothy
Cynthia Crary Female 21 May 1786 Stonington Thomas Mehetable Edward Crary Male 10 Mar 1775 Stonington Peter Lucretia
Ephraim Crary Male 5 Feb 1793 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Eunice Crary Female 28 Apr 1755 Stonington Nathan
Eunice Crary Female 25 May 1782 Stonington Thomas Mehetable Isaac Crary Male 17 Jul 1751 Stonington Nathan Dorothy
Jabez Crary Male 1 Apr 1796 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Lucy Crary Female 24 Aug 1754 Stonington Nathan
Mary Crary Female 25 Mar 1777 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Mason Crary Male 15 Nov 1779 Stonington Thomas Mehetable
Nathan Crary Male 6 Mar 1747 Stonington Nathan Dorothy
Peter Crary Male 12 Feb 1781 Stonington Peter Lucretia
Phebe Crary Female 10 May 1773 Stonington Peter Lucretia
Prudence Crary Female 6 Apr 1757 Stonington Nathan
Thomas Crary Male 1 Oct 1744 Stonington Nathan Dorothy
Thomas Crary Male 11 Jan 1775 Stonington Thomas Mehetable

"Legal Notices," Albany Evening Journal February 23, 1863. Print.

Legal Notices

The People of the State of New York, by the grace of God free and independent, to Edward P. Crary. Isaac Crary and Nathan Crary, residing in Knox, N. Y. ; Polly Denison, Bern, N. Y., and Hannah Jones, Harrisburg, N. Y., brothers and sisters of William Crary, late of Knox, Albany County, N. Y.; deceased Alanson Crary, California, Bame???Crary, North Parma, N. Y., Isaac Crary, residing in the state of Ohio, Rhoda Sealy, whose place of residence is unknown and Lucy Whipple, residing in the state of Ohio, children of Joseph Crary, a deceased brother of said deceased, Isaac N. Crary, Clifton Park, N. Y., Joseph W. Crary, Knox, N. Y., Maria Shon???, Orville, N. Y.; and Margaret Denison, Stillwater, N. Y.; children of Daniel Crary, a deceased brother of said deceased, Ed Gallup, residing in the State of Michigan, Sarah Crippen, Mary Crippen, Matilda Cerbm??? And Jackson Gallup, residing in Sweden, Monroe county, N.Y., children of Sally Gallup a deceased sister of said deceased, and who are all the heirs at law and next of kin of said William Crary, late of the town of Knox, in the county of Albany, deceased, greeting.

Whereas, Edward P. Crary, of the town of Knox, in the county of Albany, have lately made application to one surrogate of the county of Albany, to have a certain instrument in writing relating to both real and personal estate, duly proved as the last will and instrument of said William Crary, deceased; you and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our said surrogate, at his office in the city of Albany, on the a7th day of April near, at then o’clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend to the probate of said instrument as the last will and testament of said deceased.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Justus Haswell, surrogate of our said [L. S.] county, at the city of Albany, the 21 st day of February, A. D. 1863

Justus Haswell, surrogate

Iowa: Its History and Its Foremost Citizens. Original Edition. 3 Vols. Des Moines, IA: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915-1916. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com

BARUCH WESTON JONES

With the record of Iowa's development along agricultural and horticultural lines, the name of Baruch Weston Jones is closely associated. In the later years of his life he made his home in Charles City, Iowa but had extensive farming interests near by. He was born in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, September 20, 1850, and was there reared to manhood, attending the public schools. His parents were Isaac Crary and Maretta (Carpenter) Jones. His paternal grandparents were Denison and Hannah (Crary) Jones, the former born at Knox, Albany county, New York, November 10, 1794, and the latter at Stonington, Connecticut, September 23, 1794. The latter is a direct descendant of Peter Crary, who married Christobel Gallup, December 80, 1677; at Groton, Connecticut, and died in 1708. Peter Crary, Jr., who was baptized at Plainfield, Connecticut, April 23, 1682, married Ann Culver. Their son, Nathan Crary, born October 7, 1717, married Dorothy Wheeler, while Ruth Searl became his second wife. He died March 2l, 1798. Isaac Crary, the fourth child of Nathan and Dorothy (Wheeler) Crary, was born July 17, 1751, and wedded Mary Gallup, a daughter of Captain Joseph and Sarah (Gardiner) Gallup, on the 12th of November, 1775. Captain Gallup was a soldier of the Revolutionary war. He and his wife were married May 15, 1749, and had eleven children, the fourth of whom was Mary Gallup, called Molly, who was born July 5, 1756, and died May 17, 1827. She became the wife of Isaac Crary, and it was their daughter Hannah who became the wife of Denison Jones, and the grandmother of B. W. Jones of this review.

Gallup, John D. The Genealogical History of the Gallup Family in the United States: Also, Biographical Sketches of Members of the Family. Salem, MA: Higginson Book, [200. Print. http://www.http://www.archive.org

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Captain JOSEPH(5) GALLUP {Joscph(4), Benadam(3), John(2), John(10} son of Joseph and Eunice (Williams) Gallup, born February 21, 1725; married Mary Gardner, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Gardner, May 18, 1749; died July 11, 1802. They are buried in Ashley burying ground, Poquonic Bridge.
Children :
189 Joseph, b. March 21, 1750, d. Feb. 11, 1753.
190 Sarah, b. Nov. 10, 1752.
191 Joseph, b. Sept. 26, 1754.
♦192 John, b. July 17, 1758.
193 Lucretia, b. Aug. 15, 1760.
194 Phebe, b. April 10, 1762, m. William Avery, of Groton.
195 Gardner, b. March 5, 1765.
196 Jonathan, b. Nov. 23, 1766.
197 Esther, b. April 14, 1769.
•198 Gurdon, b. Dec. 18, 1771.



Sources

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