Do you have Information on your Livesay/Livesey or any of the other spellings and Related Families.
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Thomas Livezey was born, in Runcorn Parish, Cheshire, England and came to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area between 1682 and 1683. He
originally settled on 500 acres in Pennypack, Dublin Township, now it is the 23 rd. Ward of Philadelphia. This family line was well documented
by the Livezey Family Association which published a book and several supplements covering the numerous descendants of Thomas Livezey. The
Association later dissolved.
~ B1 - Thomas Livezey ~
Their son, Thomas Livezey B. 1627 D. 8/1691 married Ellen in 1665. ---

Their son, Johnathan Livezey B.4/18/1666 D.9/23/1698 married Rachel Taylor on 12/7/1686. ---

Their son, Johnathan Livezey B.3/15/1692 D.3/24/1764. Married Ester Eastburn 12/ 1717. ----

Their Son, Benjamin Livezey B.5/31/1727 D.11/28/1793 married Phebe Roberts on 12/15 /1753. -----

Their son, John Livezey B 11/7/1758 D.9/9/1834 Married Ann Hampton at the WRIGHTSTOWN MEETING! BUCKS COUNTY PA on 1/20/1790

Their son, Jason Livezey B.11/10/1799 D.3/8/1883 married Eleanor Strawn 2/1826. ---

Their son, Jesse Strawn Livezey B.2/27/1826 married Emma Downs. ---

Their son, William Downs Livezey B.2/2/1849 D.711923 married Margaret Corey. ---

Their daughter, Emma Clare Livezey B.8/25/1878 D.11/4/1951 married Walter Francis Hutchins D.5/13/1956 ---

Their daughter, Barbara Hazel Hutchins B.12/9/1908 D. 8/20/1989 married Thomas Henry Smith on 6/21/1930---

Their Son, Robert J Smith B. 10/161933 D 5/22/1996 married Bernadette M. Finnerty 1952.

And then there was ME Barbara C Smith B.4/4/1953. And my siblings, children and grandchildren.
The newest members of Thomas Livezey Family.

Ryan William Gill was born on Oct. 14, 2013 at Doylestown Hospital in PA.

Ryan has two connections His Great Great Grandfather was Jonathan Livezey B. 3/15/1692 - D. 3/24, 1764.

Jonathan had eight children.

His fourth child was Benjamin Livezey B.5/31/1727. Ryan's Mother Lisa Gill (my daughter) is from this line.

Jonathans eighth child was, Nathan Livezey, B. 4/11/1739 Ryan’s Father Robert Gill is from this line.
50th Wedding Anniversary
1950 - 2000

Emma C. Livezey & Walter Hutchins  
Reunion of the Livezey Family Association Sept. 18 1955 -

Golden Anniversary at Gwynedd Meeting, Gwynedd, Penna. There then were six living Charter
Members, two of whom attended as hosts of the reunion in this old Meeting House; it was founded
in 1698 by Friends who came from Wales. The present main edifice was erected in 1823 and
comprises two auditoriums or "meetings" - in 1823 and long after it was customary for men and
women to worship apart. Joseph Haines Price, Head of the History Department of Germantown
Friends School, talked about Philadelphia at the time of Thomas Livezey - 1682
Valley Green Canoe Club,  Glen Fern

Livezey Family Association   September 29, 1940
~ Thomas Livezey  ~
1723-1790               

,--Thomas Livezey              <237>   SEP 1627 -
,--Jonathan Livezey                    18-Jun-1666 - 23-Nov-1698
|  '--Ellen _____
,--Thomas Livezey                         17-Dec-1689 -  5-Mar-1759
|  |  ,--Robert Taylor               <238>
|  '--Rachel Taylor                       15-Jan-1664 -
|     '--Mary Hayes
,--Thomas Livezey                            Mar-1723/24 - 11-Sep-1790
|  |     ,--Richard Heath
|  |  ,--Robert Heath
|  |  |  '--Mary Yerwood
|  '--Elizabeth Heath                         5-Aug-1688 -    ABT 1750
|     |  ,--Thomas Woolrich
|     '--Susanna Woolrich
95---Martha Livezey                                3-Jun-1755 -        1790
|        ,--John Knowles
|     ,--John Knowles                           ABT 1655 -    BEF 1695
|     |  '--Joan _____
|  ,--John Knowles                           23-Nov-1682 -     1742/43
|  |  |  ,--Paul Newman                         ABT 1630 -
|  |  '--Elizabeth Newman                       ABT 1660 -
|  |     '--Joan _____
'--Martha Knowles                            24-Jun-1723 - 29-Oct-1797
|  ,--Joseph Paull                        14-Sep-1657 -        1717
'--Ann Paul                               21-Nov-1681 -        1750
'--Margaret Roberts



Thomas Livezey

,--John Livesey
,--Thomas Livezey
237---Thomas Livezey          SEP 1627 -
'--Anne Garratt



Marshall Genealogy:

The Genealogy is accessible three ways. First, by Family Name through the Marshall Genealogy Family Index and next in a Pedigree Format
starting with the Elizabeth Starr & Alexander Murray Marshall Pedigree. Use the name and number links to move around the files. Links to
specific Internet Genealogies can be found on some Family Pages.

The Marshall Genealogy is still under construction. I would appreciate additions or corrections. If you want source information or see a
family listed in the pedigree for which I have not yet done a family listing. Please send me an email me at jelivezey@msn.com I am in the
process of updating the format of the webpages. A list of the Updated Genealogy Registers is available with links to the new pages.
~ Thomas Livezey  ~
1723-1790                
Generation Two:

2.  Thomas Livezey (John 1 Livesey); m. Anne Garratt 9 Aug 1617 at Runcorn Church, Cheshire, England; 1st husband; d. 28 Apr 1628 at
Norton, Cheshire, England; bur. at Runcorn Church, Cheshire, England.

Anne Garratt married Thomas Browne on 6 Nov 1628 at Frodsham Church, Cheshire, England; 2nd husband.
Known children of Thomas Livezey and Anne Garratt include:
3.          i. Thomas Livezey; b. Sep 1627 at Norton, Cheshire, England; m. Sarah; m. Ellen.
Generation Three:

3.  Thomas Livezey (Thomas 2, John 1 Livesey); b. Sep 1627 at Norton, Cheshire, England; m. Sarah; m. Ellen; d. circa 1692. He immigrated in May 1681 to
Pennsylvania. He resided at Dublin Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA. He left a will 6mo 12 1691 at Philadelphia Co., PA; proved 4 mo 22 1692.

Known children of Thomas Livezey include:
i. Ann Livezey; m. ___ Littlemore.
ii. Margarett Livezey; m. ___ Lorensen.

Known children of Thomas Livezey and Ellen both b. at Norton, Cheshire, England, were as follows:
4.          i. Jonathan Livezey, b. 18 Jun 1666; m. Rachel Taylor.
ii. David Livezey; b. 12 Jan 1667; d. 1669.
Generation One:

1.  John Livesey; d. 1627.

Known children of John Livesey include:
2.          i. Thomas Livezey, m. Anne Garratt.
ii. John Livesey; b. Feb 1610.
Generation Four:

Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA. He left a will 8mo 31 1698 at Philadelphia Co., PA; proved 17 Dec 1698.

Rachel Taylor was born on 15 Jan 1664/65 at Clatterwick, Little Leigh, Great Budworth, and Cheshire, England. She married Joseph Gilbert, son of John Gilbert
and Florence, in 1699 at Byberry Meeting; 2nd husband.

Known children of Jonathan Livezey and Rachel Taylor were as follows:

i. Mary Livezey; b. 9 Feb 1687/88 at Dublin Twp. Philadelphia Co., PA; m. John Paul, son of Joseph Paul and Margaret Roberts, 30 May 1709 at
Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; 1st husband; m. Lewis Roberts 12 Mar 1723/24 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; 2nd husband; d. circa
1730 at Abington Twp., PA.                                                    
5.         ii. Thomas Livezey, b. 17 Dec 1689 at Dublin Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Elizabeth Heath; m. Mary Tomlinson.
iii. Jonathan Livezey; b. 15 May 1692; m. Esther Eastburn, daughter of Robert Eastburn and Sarah Preston, 24 Feb 1717 at Abington Meeting,
Abington, PA; d. 24 Mar 1764 at age 71.
iv. Martha Livezey; b. 1 May 1694; m. Robert Thomas, son of Evan Thomas and Margaret, 25 Sep 1721 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA.
v. Rachel Livezey; b. 15 Apr 1696; m. Evan Thomas, son of Evan Thomas and Margaret, 30 Dec 1717 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA.
vi. David Livezey; b. 20 Feb 1697/98; m. Rebecca Hinkson 25 Sep 1721 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; d. Sep 1750 at age 52. He resided
at Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., PA. He was a blacksmith. He left a will on 1 Nov 1749 at Philadelphia Co., PA; proved 1 Oct 1750.
Generation Five:

5.  Thomas Livezey (Jonathan 4, Thomas 3, Thomas 2, John 1 Livesey); b. 17 Dec 1689 at Dublin Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Elizabeth Heath, daughter of
Robert Heath and Susanna Woolrich, 27 Nov 1710 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; 1st wife; m. Mary Tomlinson, daughter of Richard Tomlinson and Sarah
Buzby, 30 Jan 1726 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; 2nd wife; d. 5 Mar 1759 at Dublin Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA, at age 69.
He was a miller. He resided at Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., PA. He left a will on 13 Jan 1759 at Philadelphia Co., PA; proved 17 Mar 1759.
Elizabeth Heath was born on 5 Aug 1688. She died circa 1750.

Known children of Thomas Livezey and Elizabeth Heath were as follows:
i. Susannah Livezey; b. 22 Sep 1712; m. Daniel Thomas Jr., son of Daniel Thomas and Catherine Morris, 28 Oct 1734 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA.
ii. Rachel Livezey; b. 8 Sep 1714; m. Thomas Roberts Jr., son of Thomas Roberts and Eleanor Potts, 27 May 1734 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; d. 16 Sep
1760 at age 46.        
iii. Mary Livezey; b. 22 Sep 1718; m. Samuel Bolton, son of Evarard Bolton and Margaret Waterman, 25 Nov 1746 at Abington Meeting, Abington,
PA; 1st husband; m. Joseph Paul, son of Joseph Paul and Elizabeth Bridewell; 2nd husband.
iv. Martha Livezey; b. 25 Nov 1720; m. Joseph James, son of George James and Susannah Hinkson, 28 Sep 1741 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA.
6.    v. Thomas Livezey, b. 25 Mar 1723/24 at Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Martha Knowles.

7.   vi. Elizabeth Livezey, b. 4mo 5 1725; m. John Shoemaker.
Mary Tomlinson was born on 25 Dec 1705. She resided at Oxford Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA. She died on 23 Mar 1777 at age 71.
Known children of Thomas Livezey and Mary Tomlinson were:

i. Sarah Livezey; b. circa 1727; m. Bartholomew Mather, son of Richard Mather and Sarah Penrose, 19 Nov 1754; d. 24 May 1791.

Generation Six:

6.  Thomas Livezey (Thomas 5, Jonathan 4, Thomas 3, Thomas 2, John 1 Livesey); b. 25 Mar 1723/24 at Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Martha
Knowles, daughter of John Knowles and Ann Paul, 2 Jun 1748 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; d. 11 Sep 1790 at 'Glen Fern', Roxboro, Philadelphia Co., PA,
at age 66; bur. at Germantown Meeting, Philadelphia Co., PA.
He was a miller. He resided at Wissahickon, PA. He resided at Roxbury, Philadelphia Co., PA. He left a will on 15 Jun 1790 at Philadelphia Co., PA; proved 22
Sept. 1790.Martha Knowles was born on 24 Jun 1723. She resided at Roxborough Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA. She left a will on 29 Aug 1794 at Philadelphia Co.,
PA; proved 9 Dec 1797. She died on 29 Oct 1797 at age 74.
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Known children of Thomas Livezey and Martha Knowles were as follows:

i. Rachel Livezey; b. 23 Mar 1749; m. John Johnson Jr.                   
ii. Thomas Livezey; b. 30 Aug 1750; m. Lydia Lukens.
iii. Mary Livezey; b. 28 Mar 1752; d. 1 Aug 1773 at age 21.
iv. John Livezey; b. 17 Nov 1753; m. Abigail Ridgway.
8.        v. Martha Livezey, b. 3 Jun 1755 at 'Glen Fern', Roxboro, Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Peter Robeson.               
vi. Ann Livezey; b. 9 May 1757; m. Isaac Williams.
vii. George Livezey; b. 18 Nov 1759; d. 18 Nov 1759.
viii. Samuel Livezey; b. 26 Jan 1760; m. Mary Wood.
ix. Elizabeth Livezey; b. 28 Jul 1762; d. 9 Aug 1764 at age 2.
x. Joseph Livezey; b. 6 Nov 1764; d. 1841.
xi. Sarah Livezey; d. 4 Aug 1770.

7.  Elizabeth Livezey (Thomas 5, Jonathan 4, Thomas 3, Thomas 2, John 1 Livesey); b. 4 mo 5 1725; m. John Shoemaker, son of Isaac Shoemaker and Dorothy
Penrose, 5
mo 25, 1752 at Abington Meeting, Abington, PA; d. 29 May 1795.
John Shoemaker was born 2 mo 1 1726 at Shoemaker town, Cheltenham Twp., PA. He died on 18 Nov 1807.
Thomas Livezey (1723-1790) & Glen Fern
Generation Seven:

8.  Martha Livezey (Thomas6, Thomas5, Jonathan4, Thomas3, Thomas2, John1Livesey); b. 3 Jun 1755 at 'Glen Fern', Roxboro, Philadelphia Co., PA; m. Peter
Robeson, son of Jonathan Robeson Jr. and Catherine Farmar, 15 Nov 1780 at Germantown, PA; 1st wife; d. 1790 at 'Shoomac Park', Roxboro, Philadelphia Co., PA.

Peter Robeson was born on 30 Nov 1748 at Philadelphia Co., PA. He married Elizabeth Heath Shoemaker, daughter of John Shoemaker and Elizabeth Livezey, on
17 Jun
1798; 2nd wife. He died on 9 Nov 1833 at 'Shoomac Park', Roxboro, Philadelphia Co., PA, at age 84.
~The History of Glen Fern ~

The name Wissahickon comes from two Indian dialects. One calls it “Wisaucksickam” and means “Yellow Colored Creek.” The other is “Wisamickam” and
means “Catfish Creek.” As the stream was noted for its catfish until the early 20th century, it is most possible that the latter was the origin of the name
“Wissahickon.”Pastorious settled Germantown in 1683. The first mill was built on the creek in 1695 and Robeson’s mill was built at the mouth of the creek in 1686.
Rittenhouse built his mill in 1700. Thomas Shomaker built the mill, known as “the great mill”, in 1717. It was the largest in the colonies. Ruins of this mill are
behind Glen Fern. The date stone from the mill was visible in the ruins. The mill and adjacent property were sold to Thomas Livezey on October 10, 1747. The mill
was destroyed in a fire on October 24, 1793.

After the burning of the great mill, Robert Wharton built a new one. By this time there were 24 mills along the creek, making this the industrial center of the
colonies. By 1850 the number of mills had grown to 60 and the Valley Green Inn was built.

The first section of Glen Fern was built in 1696. A later section of two and a half stories were added in about 1732 and the final back two stories with large attic
some years later.

The Fairmount Park Commission bought the Livezey Estate in 1869 and “Old Glen Fern” became public property.

The Valley Green Canoe Club was founded on September 10, 1909 and was chartered on April 2, 1914.

The use of Glen Fern was granted to the Valley Green Canoe Club by the Fairmount Park commission on September 10, 1909.
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Thomas Livezey Philadelphia’s most successful colonial miller, built Glen Fern beginning in 1747 and, in 1869, the house became part of Wissahickon Valley Park.
Thomas Livezey Philadelphia’s most successful colonial miller, built Glen Fern beginning in 1747 and, in 1869, the house became part of Wissahickon Valley Park.
Thomas Livezey Philadelphia’s most successful colonial miller, built Glen Fern beginning in 1747 and, in 1869, the house became part of Wissahickon Valley Park.
Since 1998, the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust has been collaborating with the Commission to restore and adaptively use Glen Fern. In 2005 the Trust
completed a mortar analysis using acid digestion and petrographic analysis to determine the composition of historic mortars. Samples of all the existing mortar
campaigns were sampled and archived. Following the analysis, the many campaigns of existing pointing were removed and replaced with a historically
appropriate, lime based mortar. Surviving historic stucco was conserved using consolidants.
Livezey House. King, Moses. Philadelphia and Notable Philadelphians. (New York: Blanchard Press, Isaac H. Blanchard Co., 1901), p. 101.

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Fennimore applied artistic license to this image when he decided not to paint in the covered bridge that was actually there and changed the
shape of the landscape seen behind the house by removing the hill that is actually there. This particular painting has not been found,
perhaps sold to a private collector. It has not been seen in more than 80 years. Fennimore accurately captured the backside of Livezey’s
home, Glen Fern. The house’s oldest section was built by Thomas Livezey beginning in 1750 as discovered as part of this research. Later in
the 1760s he enlarged the house adding most of what Fennimore painted here along with raising the roof from what it originally was by
adding a larger attic.
Glen Fern about 1910
The right-hand corner and about 25 feet of the creek facing wall are part of his original section. The buildings to the right are the mill’s
cooper shop (the small stone building) this is adjoined by his privy, a wooden structure. The cooper shop stood till about 1915 when it was
raised due to its decay. The privy was likely demolished not long after this painting was completed as part of the park’s site demolition
work and has never been seen in any other image or photograph beyond these two paintings. The building to the right of the mill that has a
hoist hood at the peak of the roof gable is a corn kiln. This building had four fire places set near the building’s four corners to dry the corn
prior to milling which improved its quality and significantly reduced waste due to spoilage. Today only the lower foundation of the kiln
exist     
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They are compiled from film copies and handwritten documents that in some cases are very hard to read.
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Henrietta Armitt Brown Pedigree

,--Elijah Brown                [81] 3mo 12 1740 - 27-Aug-1810
,--Armitt Brown                               1768 - 19-May-1815
|  '--Mary Armitt                 [82]    ABT 1739 - 18-Jul-1825
,--Frederick Brown                        12-Mar-1796 - 27-Feb-1864
|  |  ,--Wendel Zerban                       ABT 1745 -    SEP 1798
|  '--Catherine Christina Zerban          23-Nov-1769 - 21-Sep-1858
|     '--Catherine Becker            [83]    ABT 1745 -  8-Mar-1790
,--Henry Armitt Brown                         1-Dec-1844 - 21-Aug-1878
|  |     ,--Benjamin Hoppin             [84] 12-May-1747 - 13-Nov-1809
|  |  ,--George Washington Hoppin            19-Aug-1779 -
|  |  |  '--Anna Rawson                 [85]  8-May-1749 - 01-Jan-1794
|  '--Charlotte Augusta Hoppin               27-Mar-1814 - 11-Apr-1881
|     |  ,--Thomas Weld Philbrook       [86]  9-May-1760 -  2-Aug-1841
|     '--Mary Kennedy Philbrook                     1785 -  1-Feb-1881
|        '--Abigail Mason               [87]  2-Dec-1758 - 21-Feb-1850
9---Henrietta Armitt Brown                       30-Aug-1878 - 11-Jun-1912
|        ,--John Remeagus Baker         [88] 19-Feb-1763 - 25-Jul-1828
|     ,--Charles Henry Baker                 20-Feb-1793 - 21-Sep-1872
|     |  '--Mary Slesman                [89] 22-Apr-1767 -  8-Aug-1850
|  ,--John Remeagus Baker                    18-Sep-1818 - 22-Jun-1892
|  |  |  ,--Johann Boller               [90] 21-Apr-1774 - 14-Jun-1808
|  |  '--Elizabeth Boller                    16-Jun-1799 -  8-Feb-1891
|  |     '--Catherine Eckel             [91]  4-Aug-1778 - 10-Nov-1847
'--Josephine Lea Baker                        1-Nov-1850 -    ABT 1931
|     ,--Thomas Lea                  [92] 22-May-1757 -  4-Sep-1825
|  ,--Joseph Lea                           5-Dec-1785 - 22-Jan-1848
|  |  '--Sarah Tatnall               [93] 27-Nov-1765 - 17-May-1805
'--Anna Robeson Lea                       17-Jul-1825 - 14-Aug-1887
|  ,--Peter Robeson               [94] 30-Nov-1748 -  9-Nov-1833
'--Sarah Ann Robeson                   18-May-1789 - 17-Apr-1854
'--Martha Livezey              [95]  3-Jun-1755 -        1790
|     |  ,--Stevens Heckscher           [8]  22-Jun-1875 -  8-May-1931
|     '--Lucretia Stevens Heckscher          11-Apr-1903 -  9-Feb-1982
|        '--Henrietta Armitt Brown      [9]  30-Aug-1878 - 11-Jun-1912
|        ,--Thomas Francis Reilly       [10]    ABT 1861 - 15-Aug-1951
|     ,--Charles Edward Reilly               30-Jun-1905 -  8-Mar-1967
|     |  '--Katherine Soden             [11] 16-Aug-1866 - 17-Mar-1954
|  ,--Charles Edmund Reilly Jr.
|  |  |  ,--Hugh Bartholomew McHugh     [11a] 4-Jul-1877 - 28-Jan-1935
|  |  '--Kathryn Dunn McHugh                 20-Jul-1905 -  8-May-1973
|  |     '--Nellie V. Dunn              [12] 11-Apr-1880 -    ABT 1948
'--Deborah Lynn Reilly
|     ,--William Hunter Wanger       [13] 29-Dec-1872 - 18-Mar-1949
|  ,--Willard Hunter Wanger               13-Mar-1902 - 27-Feb-1988
|  |  '--Gertrude Mänz                    10-Aug-1875 - 13-Feb-1953
'--Lynn Alden Wanger
|  ,--John Wesley Frazier Jr.     [14] 31-Mar-1876 -  9-Jul-1952
'--Hulda Yaeger Frazier                13-Jul-1904 -  2-Oct-1997
'--Carrie Yaeger               [15]  9-Jan-1881 -  6-Dec-1935
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