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      Henry Treadway was probably born ca 1650's or 60's, possibly in New Jersey.  Henry married Mrs. Ann Driver. Ann had at least one know child from her marriage to Mr. Driver.  Her name was Mary Driver.  Here are a few facts on Henry:

     Data Relating to the Settlement and Settlers of New York and New Jersey; John E. Stillwell, M. D., Volumes II, NY 1906 - Court Records, Burlington New Jersey, June 14, 1680:  Page 1

     Henry Tredway is among a list of persons in a document stating "The Names of all ye freeholdrs & Inhabittants within _______ of ye Cort at Burlington, who are to doe their Sute & se________".  Note: The blank spacing indicates missing or worn sections of the original. 

     Page 11 - from a section beginning on Page 2, entitled "The names of those who gave in the Eare marks of their Swyne, which are as follows:

     Henry Tradway: Right Eare Cropt, Left Eare Slitt.  Note:  to the right of this entry are 2 triangles - one for each ear, and each shows how each ear thus appears.

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     Henry Tradway is listed as one of the witnesses to the marriage of Edward Eglington & Sarah Hoult - "...the Eleaventh day of ye Third Moneth, 1685..."

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     1685, 8th 9th mo.  Henry Tradway & Anne Driver The 8th day of ye 9th Moneth, called November.  These are to Certifye all persons that Henry Tradway did take Anne Driver to be his Lawfull wife; And the said Anne Driver did take the sd Henry Tradway to he her lawfull Husband In ye presence of wee whose names are under written.  Willm Warner, Ralph Rawson, Anne Lawrence, Richd Lawrence, James Kent, Eliz: Test, Jno Test, Isaac Warner, Eliz: Salsbury, Robt Chinton, Anne Warner.  This is a Record of the Certificate itselfe.

     Their marriage record is also recorded in the New Jersey Marriage Records 1665-1800, pg. 399.  The bond stated that both Henry and Ann were of Burlington.  

     From Revel's Book of Surveys:  1683 09 ___ber:

     Return of survey for Henry Tradway and William Warner of 300 a. at Redbanck alias Bachelours Banck, on Delaware River from the mouth of Long Harries Creek to Richard Lawrence's.  1684 April 01:  Deed - same as before to Henry Tradway, for 300 acres at Red Bank alias Bachelours Bank, where grantee now lives.  1683 November 23:  Deed - Thomas Matthews of Burlington, carpenter, to Henry Treadway of Red Banke, W. J., for 375 acres "up by ye Creek below ye aforesaid Red Bank."  1700 April 20:  Deed - Henry Treadway of Woodbury Creek, Gloucester Co., yeoman, to James Whiteall of Upton on Gloucester River, same Co., yeoman, for a plantation of 411 1/2 acres, called Red Bank, now in the tenure of Joseph Tomlinson, on Delaware R., S. E. Tho. Gardiner, S. W. said Gardiner's swamp. Henry was also listed twice in the AIS Census Report of 1687 (Early American Series, New Jersey, Vol. 1, pg. 225).

     On 25 November 1694 Henry was a witness to the Will of Jonathan Wood.  Also, on 27 October 1714, Henry was sworn to make a true inventory of Arthur Powell's Estate.  

     Note of Interest:  Below is an article sent to me in regards to Henry which raises a couple of questions:  First - Was Henry's fathers name Henry, and second if Henry's father was not a Henry, was Ann Driver his second wife, or is there another son we do not have?  Here is the information:

From "The Burlington Court Book: A Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey, 1680-1709" - in the Chapter/Section: Historical introduction, pg. 50:

     In 1687 the Gloucester Grand Jury presented the sheriff and one of the justices as betrayers of the Rights and privileges belonging to the County of Gloucester by being concerned and assisting in the conveyance of Henry Treadway a notorious Criminal of this County (where he was obliged to appear and receive his tryal!)  Unto the Court of Burlington contrary to the Trust in them reposed to the perverting of justice to the fit examples of others, etc".  But the Burlington Court in a special session had already punished Treadway and his daughter-in-law for carnal copulation and the wrathful Gloucester Grand Jury could do no more than vent its spleen upon the apologetic justice who apparently had delivered the offenders to the Burlington authorities.

More Information on Henry Treadway

     Many thanks go out to David Tourison and Bill Forshey for providing us with much needed information on Henry and his descendants.  Thank you David and Bill.     


Children of Henry and Ann Driver Treadway

1. Henry Treadway, b: 1695, Gloucester Co., NJ
2. Lucy Treadway, b: Unknown, Gloucester Co., NJ.  She married William Kimsey of Deptford, Gloucester Co., NJ on 16 May 1737.  Lucy was called a spinster.


Family of Henry Treadway (of Henry)

      Henry Treadway was born ca 1695, in New Jersey.  Henry married Sarah _____.  They made their home on 100 acres of land located on Mathews Branch and Woodbury Creek, called Colbum.  At the time of his death it was recorded that he owned another 100 acres of land located on the same branch.  

      Henry died on 25 February 1725 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  After Henry's death, Constantine Wood was appointed guardianship of his family.  Sarah died in 1727, leaving her Estate to her three children.  Information on this land and guardianships below was in a post from David Tourison on Rootsweb. Henry and Sarah's children were:

1. Lucy Treadway, b: Unknown, Gloucester Co., NJ
2. Henry Treadway, b: 1721, Gloucester Co., NJ
3. John Treadway, b: 1724, Gloucester Co., NJ

     Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series; Documents Relating To The Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1, 1670-1730.  Nelson, William; Paterson NJ 1901.  Pages 470, 471:  1725-6 Feb. 15.   Tredway, Henry, of Depford, Gloucester Co.; will of Wife Sarah.  Children--Henry, John, Lucy, who all are placed under the
guardianship of Constantine Wood.  Home farm, called Colburn, on Woodbury Creek, farm of 100 acres on Mathews' Branch and Woodbury Creek, another farm of 100 a. on the same branch be-  [[page 471]]  low Laycons, bought of Isaac Pearson.  Personal property.  Executors--the wife, Joseph
Richardson and Joshua Lord.  Witnesses--Robert Brian (Briant), Hester Brian, Philip Paull.  Proved March 6, 1726-7.   Lib. 2, p. 407.  1726-7 Feb. 28.   Inventory of the personal estate, 338.16.8, incl.
bonds and bills 247.7.9; made by George Ward and Jonathan Lad.  1729 May 27.   Account of the estate, 354.0.7 1/2, by the executors, Joseph Richardson and Joshua Lord, who have paid out 151.7 to Samuel Lippincott, James New, Sarah Driver, Wm. Wilkins, Joseph Eastlack (Eastlake), Mary Ladd junior, Wm. Chester, Lawrence Cox, Edward Richardson, Wm. Tatham, Mary Bull, Jonathan Ladd, Mary West of Philadelphia, Robert Briant, John Ladd junior, Andrew Hamilton, for boarding Henry and John, sons of the deceased, to Mary Chester, executrix of Wm. Chester, John Snowden, Abraham Chattin, George Ward junior, John Richardson, Mary Spays and Joseph
Hugg, Wm. Warner, John Eglington and Richard Cheeseman.  The account is preceded by a protest of Constantine Wood of Gloucester Co., yeoman, appointed guardian of the children by the will of deceased, against the charge for boarding Henry and John aforesaid, and against the allowance for
time and expenses of the executors; nevertheless the account is allowed to stand by Samuel Bustill, D. Regr.  A previous account, designated as erroneous, was allowed April 4, 1729.  1726-7 21st d. 12th m. (Feb.).   Tredway, Sarah, of Gloucester Co., widow; will of.  Gives estate to children--Lucy, Henry and John and makes John Cooper, Joseph Richardson and Joshua Lord executors.  Witnesses--Ester Briant, Robert Briant, Joshua Richardson, Susannah Schew.  Proved November
4, 1728.  1728 4th d. 9th m. (Nov.).   John Cooper declines to act as executor.  1729 May 27.   Account of the estate of, 67.11.2, by the executors Joseph Richardson and Joshua Lord, who charge against it only the funeral charges, 2.11.5, and the official fees in the Register's office 1.16.


Family of Henry Treadway (of Henry, Henry)

     Henry Treadway was born ca 1721 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  In 1737 when Henry was around 16 years of age, and still a Ward, petitioned the court that Thomas Wilkins of Deptford, Gloucester Co., New Jersey be appointed his guardian.  On 06 April 1743 he married Anne Kinsey in the 1st Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1st Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania marriage records, 1702-1745, pg. 70).  

     Henry was listed as a creditor in the Estate records of Abraham Ballinger on 25 May 1753 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  The Executors of that Will were Joshua Ballinger and Gabriel Davis.  In 1754, Henry of Gloucester Co., New Jersey was on a Jury List (Early American Series, New Jersey, Vol. 1, AIS Census Report, pg. 225). Anne died in 1808, this from the "Extrarcts from the Diary of Samuel Mickle": 21 February 1808 - Heard of decease of Anne Treadway, widow of Henry, Treadway supposed 90 years old or upward.   

     From RootsWeb:  Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series; Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary & Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXXVI; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume VII, 1786-1790; Edited and Indexed by Elmer T. Hutchinson; Trenton, NJ, 1941:

    Page 232: 1789, Nov. 10. Treadway, Henry, of Deptford Township, Gloucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Ann, 18 yearly and some goods. I give one acre of land , bounding on the line of the plantation late William Wood's and the road leading to Woodbury, to include the graves now fenced, for the only use of a Burying Ground for all my descendents. Sons, Henry, Nathan, John, Jessee and Matthew, my plantation, except the stated acre. Daughters, Ann Hewet and Hannah White, 35 each. Daughter Sarah Amlin, 1, and to her children, 3 each. To my late daughter, Amy White's children, 35. To my late daughter, Azubee's son, George, 10. Executor--friend, John Hopkins. Witnesses--John Wilkins, Nathan Kinsey, William Wood. Proved April 27, 1790.

     1790, April 27. Adm'r--John Tredway, of said Co. Fellowbondsman--Henry Treadway.

     1790, April 26. Renunciation by John Estaugh Hopkins. Witnesses--John M. Hopkins and Zetthu Treadway. 1790, April 29. Inventory, 400.10.10, made by James Brown and John Wilkins. Lib. 31, p. 472. Except for all the given names mentioned in the above will abstract, there is only one other entry listed in the Index: p. 258: Henry Tredway is mentioned as holding 40, which is to be given to grandsons Joshua Wood Thompson and Aaron Thompson, sons of Samuel Thompson, deceased, as devised in the will of Rachel Wood, of Deptford Township, Gloucester Co.; will date 1 Aug 1788, proved 16 Feb 1789, (Lib. 30, p. 127).

     Henry and Anne's children were (children's names and ages from LDS files):

1. Henry Treadaway, b: 1747, Gloucester Co., NJ
2. Nathan Treadway, b: 1749, Gloucester Co., NJ
3. John Treadway, b: 1751, Gloucester Co., NJ.  John was listed as an Administrator in reference to the Estate of John Hastings of Gloucester Co., New Jersey (Lib. 32, pg. 215 - RootsWeb reference). 
4. Jesse Treadway, b: 1753, Gloucester Co., NJ
5. Zetthu/Zatthu/Matthew Treadway, b: 1751-1760, Gloucester Co., NJ
6. Ann Treadway, b: 1757, Gloucester Co., NJ, married _____ Hewet.
7. Hannah Treadway, b: Unknown, Gloucester Co., NJ, married _____ White.
8. Sarah Treadway, b: Unknown, Gloucester Co., NJ
9. Amy Treadway, b: Unknown, Gloucester Co., NJ, married _____ White.
10. Azubee Treadway, b: 1763, Gloucester Co., NJ, married _____, children:  George _____.


Family of John Treadway (of Henry, Henry)

     John Treadway was born ca 1724 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  On 30 January 1738, when John was around 14 years of age, and still a Ward, petitioned the court have Thomas Wilkins of Deptford, Gloucester Co., New Jersey be appointed his guardian.  He married Sarah ____.   John died ca 1762.  They had one daughter.  She was:

1. Keziah Treadway, b: ca 1752, Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ, married James Groff on 17 July 1773.  John was the son of Garret and Sarah Groff. Children: Sarah Treadway, b: Unknown, probably Gloucester, New Jersey. She married Joseph Reeves 02 Jul 1797.

     From the Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series; Documents Relating To The Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXXIII; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Vol. IV, 1761-1770; Honeyman, A. Van Doren; Somerville NJ 1928. 

     Page 437:  1762, July 3.   Treadaway, Kezia, of Gloucester Co.  Ward.  Whereas John Treadaway, of Deptford Twsp., said Co., yeoman, died intestate, and left only one child, named, Kezia, of about 10 years; and whereas Sarah Treadaway, mother of said infant, being since deceased also, so that the Guardianship rests on me, Joshua Mills, of New Hanover Township, in Burlington Co., sayer; I renounce, and leave it unto Joshua Lord and John Wilkins, of Deptford Twsp.  1762, July 5.   Guardians--Joshua Lord and John Wilkins, both of Deptford Township, Gloucester Co., yeomen, who are to be Guardians of said
Kezia; Sarah Treadaway, the mother, became Guardian, but she soon departed this life, and the Guardianship fell to Joshua Mills, uncle by the mother's side, and he renounced; therefore the above Guardians were appointed.  Witness--Sarah Howell.   Lib. 11, p. 126.  1766, May 27.   Treadaway, Keziah, of Deptford Twsp., Gloucester Co.  Ward.  Only daughter of John Treadway, of said place, yeoman, deceased, who makes choice of her friend, John Wilkins, as her Guardian.  1766, May 27.   Guardian--John Wilkins..  Fellowbondsman--William Wilkins, yeoman; both of said place.   Witnesses--John Estaugh Hopkins and John Ladd.   Lib. 12, p. 383.


Family of Henry Treadaway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

     Henry Treadaway was born ca 1747 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  He married Deborah Quicksell on 05 October 1773 in the St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania (St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church marriage records, 1770-1776, pg. 353).  Note:  All along the Treadway named has been spelled Treadway, Tradway, Treadaway.  I am not sure what family kept the spelling, but I will be using Treadaway for the descendants of this Henry, as that spelling is what they seemed to have used.  Their children were:

1. Jeremiah Quicksell Treadway, b: 1775, Gloucester Co., NJ


Family of Nathan Treadway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Nathan Treadway was born ca 1749 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.   He married _____.  Nathan was listed in the 1779 through 1797 Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey Tax Lists.  Nathan was listed as a fellowbondsman in reference to the Estate of John Hastings of Gloucester Co., New Jersey (Lib. 32, pg. 215 - RootsWeb reference). He died in January 1815 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  His children were:


Family of Jesse Treadway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Jesse Treadway was born ca 1753 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  He married _____.  Jesse was listed in the 1782, 1785, 1789, 1790, 1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, Deptford Co., Gloucester Co., New Jersey Tax Lists. His children were:


Family of Zetthu/Zatthu/Mathew Treadway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Zetthu/Zatthu/Mathew Treadway was born ca 1751-1760 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey. I cannot prove it, but I do believe that through the translation of Henrys will, Zatthu was translated to Mathew, as well as not finding a Mathew in the records in Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Again, just a thought, and I will leave Zetthu here for now, but remember this is not proven. If anyone has a scan of the actual will, I would love to see it. It appears that Zetthu married twice. Zetthu married first to Ifery (sp) Pratt on 16 Oct 1787 at Old Swedes Church, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. Ifery was born ca 1751-1760. Zetthu was lised in the 1785, 1786, 1790, 1791, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, and 1802 Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey Tax Lists. Zetthu was also listed among the witnesses of Renunciation by John Estaugh Hopkins in 1790. Zetthu's family was listed in the 1830 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census with 1 male 20-29, 1 male 70-79, 1 female 20-29, and 1 female 70-79. Ifrey must have died after that census. Zetthu and Ifery's children that I have are:

1. Jeremiah Treadway, b: 1800, Gloucester Co., NJ
2. Jonathan Treadway, b: 1808, Gloucester Co., NJ

   Zetthu married second to Elizabeth Votaw on 08 November 1836 in Washington Co., Ohio. Zetthu was lastly listed in the 1840 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census records with 1 male 70-79.


Family of Sarah Treadway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Sarah Treadway, born unknown, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. She married Jonathan "John" Amlin on 21 Aug 1770 at St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania. John was born in 1737 in Strasbourg, France. Their family was listed in the 1800 Salem Twp., Washington Co. Territory Northwest of the River Ohio Census, the 1810 Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio Census, the 1820 Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio Census with 1 male under 1, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 45+, and the 1830 Wood Co., Virginia Census records with 1 maled 10-20, 1 male 50-60, 2 females under 5, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 50-60. John died on 24 May 1814, and is buried in the Mound Cemetery, Washington Co., Ohio. Their children were:

1. James A. Amlin, b: 1771, Gloucester Co., NJ
2. John H. Amlin, b: 1773, Gloucester Co., NJ
3. Jonathan Amlin, b: 1776, Gloucester Co., NJ
4. Samuel Amlin, b: 20 Mar 1782, Gloucester Co., NJ
5. Elizabeth Amlin, b: 1783, Gloucester Co., NJ


Family of Jeremiah Quicksell Treadaway (of Henry, Henry, Henry)

     Jeremiah Quicksell Treadaway was born ca 1775 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey.  He married Rebecca Lock.  Rebecca was born ca 1777.  Their family was listed in the 1810 Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census records.  Rebecca died on 19 September 1819.  Jeremiah was still in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana in 1840, as he was listed in the Census records.  Jeremiah died on 03 April 1843.  Their children were:

1. Deborah Treadaway, b: Unknown, possibly in PA.  She married Jacob Meyers (LDS Files)
2. Catherine Treadaway, b: Unknown, possibly in PA  She married Archibald McDonald (LDS Files)
3.
Henry Q. Treadaway, b: 18 Jan 1809, Plaquemines Parish, LA
4. Enos Treadaway, b: ca 1812, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 07 Mar 1849
5.
Suzanne Eliza Treadway, b: ca 1813, Plaquemines Parish, LA
6. Andrew Q. Treadaway, b: ca 1815, Plaquemines Parish, LA
7. Madison Treadaway, b: ca 1819, Plaquemines Parish, LA
8. Thomas Jefferson Treadaway, b: 1819, Plaquemines Parish, LA


Family of Jeremiah Treadway (of Zetthu, Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Jeremiah Treadway was born ca 1800 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey. He married Harriet A. Hoff. Harriet was born ca 1809 in Ohio. Their family was listed in the 1840, the 1850 and 1860 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census. Jeremiah was listed as a widower in the 1880 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census records living with is son Henry's family. Jeremiah died on 08 November 1887 and is buried in the Washington County Home Cemetery, Washington Co., Ohio. Their children were:

1. Elizabeth Treadway, b: 26 Apr 1828, Washington Co., OH
2. Mary A. Treadway, b: 1830, Washington Co., OH
3. Henry Treadway, b: 1832, Washington Co., OH
4. Joseph Treadway, b: 1834, Washington Co., OH
5. Nancy Treadway, b: 1837, Washington Co., OH
6. Hannah J. Treadway, b: 15 May 1842, Washington Co., OH
7. William Treadway, b: 16 May 1842, Washington Co., OH

Click here to view the Deed of Jeremiah Treadway


Family of Jonathan Treadway (of Zetthu, Henry, Henry, Henry)

    Jonathan Treadway was born ca 1808 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey. He married Mary ____. Mary was born ca 1808 in Ohio. Their family was listed in the 1840 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census with 1 male under 5, 1 male 30-39, 1 female under 5, and 1 female 30-39, the 1850 and 1860 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census. Jonathan was listed as a widower in the 1870 and 1880 Lawrence, Washington Co., Ohio Census records. Their children were:

1. Joseph C. Treadway, b: 14 Jan 1837, Washington Co., OH
2. Rachel A. Treadway, b: 1840, Washington Co., OH, d: 15 Sep 1885, Washington Co., OH
3. Harriet M. Treadway, b: 1847, Washington Co., OH


Family of Henry Q. Treadaway (of Jeremiah Q., Henry, Henry, Henry)

     Henry Q.Treadaway was born on 18 January 1809 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. He married Marie Gracienne Ronquillo on 21 July 1839 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Marie was born on 05 March 1820 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, the daughter of Juan Ronquillo and Margareta Pinero.  Their family was listed in the 1850 Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census, the 1860 Ronquillo Settlement, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census, and the 1870 New Orleans PO., Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census records.  Henry died on 15 August 1877.  Marie was listed in the 1880 Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census records with her son Jeremiah and his family living with her.  Marie died on 07 Feb 1893. Both Henry and Marie are buried in the Woodland Cemetery, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Their children were (Children and dates from the Bible Records of Henry Treadaway - Rootsweb):

1. Rebecca Treadaway, b: 22 May 1840, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 30 Aug 1840. She is buried in the Woodland Cemetery, Plaquemines Parish, LA
2. Antonie "Anthony" Treadaway, b: 13 Jun 1841, Plaquemines Parish, LA
3. Margaret Grace "Grace" Treadaway, b: 13 Jun 1844, Plaquemines Parish, LA
4. Jeremiah Q. Treadaway, b: 21 May 1846, Plaquemines Parish, LA
5. John Leonard Treadaway, b: 14 Dec 1848, Plaquemines Parish, LA
6. Henry Q. Treadaway, b: 27 Jul 1850, Plaquemines Parish, LA
7. Theressa Treadaway, b: 14 Oct 1852, Plaquemines Parish, LA
8. Lydia Ann Treadaway, b: 05 Apr 1854, Plaquimines Parish, LA
9. Paul Treadaway, b: 03 Mar 1857, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 24 Sep 1867, Plaquemines Parish, LA
10. Rebecca Treadaway, b: 21 Dec 1859, Plaquemines Parish, LA
11. Catherine Treadaway, b: 05 Dec 1861, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 17 Sep 1867, Plaquemines Parish, LA
12. Frederich Treadaway, b: 12 Jan 1864, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 30 Nov 1867, Plaquemines Parish, LA


Family of Suzanne Eliza Treadaway (of Jeremiah Q., Henry, Henry, Henry)

     Suzanne Eliza Treadaway was born ca 1813 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. She married Francois Chartier. Francois was born ca 1812 in Louisiana. Their family was listed in the 1850 and 1860 Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census records.  This is all the information that I could find on this family.  Their children were:

1. Manuel Felix Chartier, b: 1837, Plaquemines Parish, LA, d: 30 Aug 1840
2. Rebecca Chartier, b: 1842, Plaquemines Parish, LA
3. Elida Chartier, b: 1844, Plaquemines Parish, LA
4. Guilliett? Chartier, b: 1845, Plaquemines Parish, LA
5. Rosa Chartier, b: 1846, Plaquemines Parish, LA
6. Adrien Chartier, b: 1849, Plaquemines Parish, LA
7. Marguerite Chartier, b: 1851, Plaquemines Parish, LA
8. Antoine Chartier, b: 1854, Plaquemines Parish, LA


Family of Andrew Q. Treadaway (of Jeremiah Q., Henry, Henry, Henry)

     Andrew Q. Treadaway was born ca 1815 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. He married Virginia Rosalie Solis on 30 September 1843 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Virginia was born ca 1827 in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, the daughter of Joseph Solis and Rosalie Gauthier.  Their family was listed in the 1850 Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census, the 1860 Ronquillo Settlement, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census, and the 1870 New Orleans PO, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana Census records.  Their children were:

1. Felix Jeremiah Treadaway, b: 10 May 1845, Plaquemines Parish, LA
2. Paul Hezekiah Treadaway, b: 1848, Plaquemines Parish, LA
3. Anthony Treadaway, b: 1850, Plaquemines Parish, LA
4. Carmalite Treadaway, b: Feb 1853, Plaquemines Parish, LA
5. Amanda Treadaway, b: 1856, Plaquemines Parish, LA
6. J. Palmyre Treadaway, b: 1858, Plaquemines Parish, LA
7. Enos L. Treadaway, b: 1861, Plaquemines Parish, LA, married Anne Boyle on 09 Jun 1889 in Plaquemines Parish, LA
8. Annie A. Treadaway, b: 1863, Plaquemines Parish, LA
9. Lydia A. Treadaway, b: 1868, Plaquemines Parish, LA


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