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Elijah Hale HOLT
Jane HERRINGTON
Husband:  Elijah Hale HOLT
Birth:  1807/8, Sempronius, Cayuga Co., NY 
Death:  Aug 1862
Occupation:  well-digger
Biological Father:  Seth HOLT
Biological Mother:  Abigail "Nabby" CHENEY
Adoptive Father:  Daniel GALUSHA
Marriage:  15 Jun 1833, Armstrong Co., PA
Wife:  (Eliza) Jane HERRINGTON
Birth:  1806/7, PA
Other Spouse:  m1. Mr. LYON/LYONS
Said to have had these other children:
.  Sara/Sarah LYONS, b. ca. 1828
.  Nancy LYONS-HOLT, b. 1831/2, PA {18, PA}
Father:  James HERRINGTON
Children (data in braces are {age, birthplace} from the 1850 Census):
born in Armstrong Co., PA:
1.  Eliza Melvina HOLT, b. 14 Apr 1834, Armstrong Co., PA {15, PA}

born in Geauga Co., OH:
2.  Abigail Rhoda HOLT, b. 24 Sep 1838 {12, OH}
3.  Henry H. HOLT, b. 31 Jul 1842 {8, OH}
4.  Homer H. HOLT, b. 26 Jan 1844 {6, OH}
5.  Charles Putnam HOLT, b. 27 May 1847 {3, OH}

Homer is said to have been born in Orange Twp., Cuyahoga Co., OH, but given the family's location in Geauga Co. in the 1840 and 1850 censuses, some primary documentation would be needed to confirm such an assertion.  (Elijah's mother moved to Cuyahoga Co. between 1840 and 1843; perhaps Jane went to her mother-in-law's home to birth Homer.)

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvnia

Sources (n.b., Geauga Co. was formed from Trumbull in 1806; Cuyahoga Co. was organized from Geauga in 1810; Lake Co. was formed from Geauga and Cuyahoga Cos. in 1840):

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
ELIJAH H. HOLT
Spouse: JANE HERRINGTON
Marriage: 15 Jun 1833, Of Freeport, Pennsylvania
Source: [patron submission]
Eliza Jane HERRINGTON
Birth: About 1808
Father: James HERRINGTON
Spouse: Mr. LYONS
Marriage: About 1828, , Pennsylvania
Child-1: Sara LYONS; Birth: About 1829, , Pennsylvania
Child-2: Nancy LYONS; Birth: About 1831, , Pennsylvania
Source: patron submission

2.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #9 of 14; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1840 OH Geauga Co. Munson Twp. pp. 160B-161A Ln. 17 Elijah Holt 000 001 - 211 001 0100000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 30-39 1800-1810 = Elijah (b. 1807/8)
2 females 4 or under 1835-1840 = Abigail (b. 1838)
= Eliza (b. 1834)
1 female 5-9 1830-1835 = Nancy LYON (b. 1831/2)
1 female 10-14 1825-1830 = Sarah LYON (b. ca. 1829)
1 female 30-39 1800-1810 = Jane (b. 1806/7) 
1 person employed in agriculture
Also in Munson Township:  Elijah's step-father and mother, Daniel GALUSHA & Abigail (CHENEY) HOLT GALUSHA

3.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio Federal Census 1850:  Geauga County.  Heritage Quest CD M432-682 (Image #263):  Chardon Twp., Geauga Co., OH, p. 236B, 49/52, enumerated 6 Jul 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
E H Holt 42 m Well Digger   NY
Jane Holt 43 f     Pa
Nancy Holt 18 f     Pa
Eliza M Holt 15 f     Pa
Abigail Holt 12 f     O
Henry H Holt  8 m     O
Homer H Holt  6 m     O
Charles P Holt  3 m     O

4.  Family Quest Archives:  Illinois 1860 Census: Calhoun and Carroll Counties.  Heritage Quest CD M653-159:  Fairhaven P.O., Fairhaven Twp., Carroll Co., IL, p. 998, 1261/1167, enumerated 10 Jul 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
E.H. Holt 50 M Farmer & Merchant 2400 2000 NY
Jane    " 50 F       Pa
Henry   " 18 M       Ohio
Homer   " 15 "       "
Charles " 13 "       "
Listed next to their daughter, Abigail (HOLT) FAIDLEY, who is listed four households from Elijah's brother, Daniel HOLT, who is listed next to their mother Abigail (CHENEY) HOLT GALUSHA, who is living with their half-brother, Lucien GALUSHA

5a.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1870 (Broderbund CD-319):  no Carroll Co., IL, records on CD.

5b.  Family Quest Archives:  Illinois Federal Census 1870:  Calhoun and Carroll Counties.  Heritage Quest CD M593-191: yet to search...

6.  Daniel S. Durrie  1864.  A Genealogical History of the Holt Family in the United States: more particularly, Descendants of Nicholas Holt of Newbury and Andover, Mass., 1634-1644.  Munsell, Albany (available as a facsimile reprint from Higginson Books):
p. 136 1967.  2.  ELIJAH7 H. (3332) b. Sempronius, N.Y.; m. June 15, 1833, Jane, daughter of James Herrington of Pennsylvania; resides in Fairhaven, Carrol county, Ill.  5 ch.
p. 202 Children of ELIJAH7 H. (1967) and Jane (Herrington) Holt.
3332.  1.  ELIZA8 M. b. Freeport, Penn., Apr. 14, 1834.
3333.  2.  RHODA8 A. b. Munson, O., Sep. 24, 1838.
3334.  3.  HENRY8 H. b. Munson July 31, 1842.
3335.  4.  HOMER8 H. b. Orange, O., Jan. 26, 1844.
3336.  5.  CHARLES8 P. b. Munson, O., May 27, 1847.

7.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1870 (Broderbund CD-319):
1870 Holt, H.H. TX Grayson Co. Sherman p. 30
Might this be Homer?

8.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

9.  Messages in the Holt Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

10.  Messages in the Herrington Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

11.  Ancestry World Trees (online at Ancestry.com).  Shows Nancy and Eliza M. surnamed LYON with an unnamed husband of Jane's.

12.  Email from Grecia DeRossett.

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