Hannah McComas1

(circa 1753 - )
Hannah McComas|b. c 1753|p112.htm#i4252|Aquila McComas|b. 5 May 1731\nd. bt 17 Sep 1771 - 21 Oct 1771|p108.htm#i4182|Sarah Preston|b. 24 Feb 1734|p140.htm#i4576|Alexander McComas|b. 14 Sep 1692\nd. b 4 Feb 1761|p108.htm#i4176|Hannah Whitaker|b. c 1704|p214.htm#i4180|James Preston|b. 25 Mar 1713\nd. 1766|p139.htm#i4347|Sarah Poteet|b. c 1713\nd. b 31 Mar 1749|p138.htm#i4575|
     Hannah McComas, daughter of Aquila McComas and Sarah Preston,, was born circa 1753.1 Hannah McComas was the daughter of Aquila McComas and Sarah Preston.1

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.

Henry McComas

(circa 1830 - )
Henry McComas|b. c 1830|p112.htm#i2072|Frederick Christian McComas|b. c 1810|p111.htm#i2070|Catherine Angle|b. c 1810|p14.htm#i2071|Zacheus O. McComas|b. 1790|p118.htm#i2067|Susan Fechtig|b. c 1790|p48.htm#i2069|||||||
     Henry McComas, son of Frederick Christian McComas and Catherine Angle,, was born circa 1830. Henry McComas was the son of Frederick Christian McComas and Catherine Angle. Henry McComas married Hannah Smith circa 1850.

Children of Henry McComas and Hannah Smith

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Henry Clay McComas1

(November 1844 - 1917)
Henry Clay McComas|b. Nov 1844\nd. 1917|p112.htm#i3822|Captain Henry Gough McComas|b. 19 Oct 1816\nd. 21 Jun 1858|p112.htm#i2055|Keziah Araminta Cunningham|b. 20 Feb 1812\nd. 12 Nov 1898|p38.htm#i2056|William McComas|b. 19 Sep 1790\nd. 2 Aug 1857|p117.htm#i2053|Ellen Fort|b. 22 Aug 1798\nd. 27 Dec 1859|p50.htm#i2054|||||||
     Henry Clay McComas, son of Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham,, was born in November 1844 at Maryland.1,2,3,4 Henry Clay McComas was the son of Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham.1 Henry Clay McComas was also reported to be born circa 1850.5 In 1850,Henry Clay McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his parents, Captain Henry Gough McComas. Also living in the household: George William McComas and Isabella McComas.4 Henry Clay McComas lived in 1868 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a clerk in 1868.6 In 1870, Henry Clay McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, listed in the home of William Washburn (born in Massachusetts).7 He lived in 1870 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a clerk in 1870.6 He was a bookkeeper in 1870.7 He married Mary Parker circa 1871.2,3 Henry Clay McComas lived in 1871 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a clerk in 1871.6 He was founder and president of McComas Coal Co, later known as McComas Fuel Co circa December 1871.8 He was a coal merchant in 1872 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1872 at Baltimore City, Maryland.9 He was a coal merchant in 1873 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1873 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1875 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a coal merchant in 1875 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1878 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a coal merchant in 1878 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1880 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a coal merchant in 1880 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a coal merchant in 1880.5 In 1880,Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland. Their children Oliver Parker, Mary P and Henry Clay were listed as living with them. Also in the household were three servants, Maurine Harris, Sallie Wilson, and Susan Dauby.5 Henry Clay McComas was in the coal business in 1885 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1885 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1886 at Baltimore City, Maryland.9 He was in the coal business in 1886 at Baltimore City, Maryland.9 He lived in 1889 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1889 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was at the E L Parker & company, who were tin plate and metal importers. Appearing in the same business listing are the names Oliver A Parker, Henry O Reese and Harry C Merritt in 1890 at Baltimore City, Maryland.9 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1890 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1890 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1892 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1892 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1893 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1893 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1895 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1895 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1896 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1896 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1897 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1897 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business of E L Parker and Company in 1898 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1898 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1900 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1900 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was a coal dealer in 1900.3 In 1900, Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, listed as owning a house without a mortgage, and both able to read and write. Their children Mary P and Carrie F were listed as living with them. Also in the household was one servant, Sarah Holmes.3 Henry Clay McComas was in the coal business in 1901 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1901 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1902 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1902 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1904 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1905 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1906 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1907 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was president of H.C. McComas Coal Company in 1908 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1908 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1909 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was president of H.C. McComas Coal Company in 1909 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was vice-president at the E L Parker - Nimmo company, who were tin plate and metal importers. Appearing in the same business listing are the names Walden C Nimmo (president), Henry O Reese (secretary and treasurer) in 1909 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was in the coal business in 1910.10 In 1910, Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, listed as owning a house without a mortgage, and both able to read and write. Their children Carrie F were listed as living with them. Also in the household were two servants, Bertha Law and Annie Craig.10 Henry Clay McComas lived in 1911 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was president of H.C. McComas Coal Company in 1911 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He was president of H.C. McComas Coal Company in 1915 at yard at 1532 Maryland Ave, Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He lived in 1915 at Baltimore City, Maryland.6 He died in 1917.2 He died before 1923.6

Children of Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker

Citations

  1. [S220] Interview, Richard Schilllinger.
  2. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  3. [S31] 1900 Census .
  4. [S3] 1850 Census .
  5. [S5] 1880 Census Census Record.
  6. [S299] US City Directories, 1821-1989.
  7. [S4] 1870 Census .
  8. [S230] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s.
  9. [S319] Baltimore, Maryland Directories, 1890.
  10. [S6] 1910 Census .

Henry Clay McComas1

(1875 - )
Henry Clay McComas|b. 1875|p112.htm#i3951|Henry Clay McComas|b. Nov 1844\nd. 1917|p112.htm#i3822|Mary Parker|b. Jun 1853|p136.htm#i3948|Captain Henry G. McComas|b. 19 Oct 1816\nd. 21 Jun 1858|p112.htm#i2055|Keziah A. Cunningham|b. 20 Feb 1812\nd. 12 Nov 1898|p38.htm#i2056|||||||
     Henry Clay McComas, son of Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker,, was born in 1875 at Maryland.1,2 Henry Clay McComas was the son of Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker.1 In 1880,Henry Clay McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his parents, Henry Clay McComas and Mary Parker. Also living in the household: Oliver Parker McComas and Mary P McComas.2 Henry Clay McComas lived in 1892 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He was a student in 1892.3 He was a student in 1893.3 He lived in 1893 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He was a student in 1895.3 He lived in 1895 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He lived in 1896 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He was a student in 1896.3 He at John Hopkins, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1897 in 1897.4 He lived in 1897 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He was a student in 1897.3 He married Edith Rosalie Gates on 20 October 1897.1,5 Henry Clay McComas at Columbia, earning a Masters of Arts degree in 1898.4 He was a clerk in 1900.3 He graduated from Union Theological Seminary.4 He lived in 1900 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He lived in 1901 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He lived in 1902 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 He earned a Ph.D. from Harvard.4 He was Associate Professor at Princeton University circa 1912.4 He was president of H.C. McComas Coal Co in 1928.3 He and Edith Rosalie Gates lived in 1928 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 Henry Clay McComas was president of H.C. McComas Coal Co in 1929.3 He was a professor at Johns Hopkins University in 1929.3 He and Edith Rosalie Gates lived in 1929 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3 Henry Clay McComas and Edith Rosalie Gates lived in 1929 at Baltimore City, Maryland.3

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S5] 1880 Census Census Record.
  3. [S299] US City Directories, 1821-1989.
  4. [S225] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774.
  5. [S230] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Compendium of American Genealogy, 1600s-1800s.

Henry Clay McComas1,2

(circa 1912 - )
Henry Clay McComas|b. c 1912|p112.htm#i3960|Oliver Parker McComas|b. Nov 1871\nd. 19 Apr 1928|p115.htm#i3949|Elizabeth McClymont|b. Dec 1874\nd. 27 May 1931|p107.htm#i3953|Henry C. McComas|b. Nov 1844\nd. 1917|p112.htm#i3822|Mary Parker|b. Jun 1853|p136.htm#i3948|||||||
     Henry Clay McComas, son of Oliver Parker McComas and Elizabeth McClymont,, was born circa 1912 at Maryland.1,2 Henry Clay McComas is the son of Oliver Parker McComas and Elizabeth McClymont.1 In 1920,Henry Clay McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his parents, Oliver Parker McComas and Elizabeth McClymont, listed as in school. Also living in the household: Oliver Parker McComas Jr, Elizabeth McComas, Louis G McComas, Mary Parker McComas and Marguerite McComas.2 In 1930,Henry Clay McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his mother Elizabeth McClymont, and listed as attending school. Also living in the household: Louis G McComas, Marguerite McComas and Bettie McComas.3

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S32] 1920 Census .
  3. [S30] 1930 Census .

Henry Gough McComas

(20 September 1795 - 12 September 1814)
Henry Gough McComas|b. 20 Sep 1795\nd. 12 Sep 1814|p112.htm#i2068|Frederick McComas|b. c 1767|p111.htm#i2066|Susannah Onion|b. c 1770|p135.htm#i3819|Captain William McComas|b. 17 May 1739\nd. 25 May 1815|p117.htm#i4025|Elizabeth Scott|b. 4 Sep 1743\nd. b 1784|p161.htm#i4026|Zacchaeus Barrett|b. 1743\nd. 1781|p22.htm#i4038|Hannah Bond|b. c 1739\nd. 1796|p25.htm#i4027|
     Henry Gough McComas, son of Frederick McComas and Susannah Onion,, was born on 20 September 1795 at Baltimore City, Maryland.1 Henry Gough McComas was the son of Frederick McComas and Susannah Onion. Henry Gough McComas died on 12 September 1814 at Gorsuch Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland, at age 18; in the Battle of North Point during the war of 1812 at Gorsuch Farm. He was a private in Captain Edward Asquith's Militia Rifle Company. He and a friend Daniel Wells, are credited with killing the British General Ross, and stopping the invasion of Baltimore (by land). The British then retreated to their ships and began the bombardment, during which Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner. A monument was erected to honor the Battle of North Point which bears Henry Gough's name (among others).2,1

Citations

  1. [S256] Find A Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S220] Interview, Richard Schilllinger.

Henry Gough McComas1

(circa 1872 - )
Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1872|p112.htm#i3905|George William McComas|b. c 1841\nd. 1928|p111.htm#i3820|Virginia Norris|b. 1851\nd. 1929|p133.htm#i3904|Captain Henry G. McComas|b. 19 Oct 1816\nd. 21 Jun 1858|p112.htm#i2055|Keziah A. Cunningham|b. 20 Feb 1812\nd. 12 Nov 1898|p38.htm#i2056|||||||
     Henry Gough McComas, son of George William McComas and Virginia Norris,, was born circa 1872.1 Henry Gough McComas was the son of George William McComas and Virginia Norris.1

Children of Henry Gough McComas

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Henry Gough McComas1

(circa 1893 - )
Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1893|p112.htm#i3906|Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1872|p112.htm#i3905||||George W. McComas|b. c 1841\nd. 1928|p111.htm#i3820|Virginia Norris|b. 1851\nd. 1929|p133.htm#i3904|||||||
     Henry Gough McComas, son of Henry Gough McComas,, was born circa 1893.1 Henry Gough McComas is the son of Henry Gough McComas.1

Children of Henry Gough McComas

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Henry Gough McComas1

(circa 1914 - )
Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1914|p112.htm#i3907|Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1893|p112.htm#i3906||||Henry G. McComas|b. c 1872|p112.htm#i3905||||||||||
     Henry Gough McComas, son of Henry Gough McComas,, was born circa 1914.1 Henry Gough McComas is the son of Henry Gough McComas.1

Children of Henry Gough McComas

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Henry Gough McComas1

(circa 1935 - )
Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1935|p112.htm#i3908|Henry Gough McComas|b. c 1914|p112.htm#i3907||||Henry G. McComas|b. c 1893|p112.htm#i3906||||||||||
     Henry Gough McComas, son of Henry Gough McComas,, was born circa 1935.1 Henry Gough McComas is the son of Henry Gough McComas.1

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Captain Henry Gough McComas1

(19 October 1816 - 21 June 1858)
Captain Henry Gough McComas|b. 19 Oct 1816\nd. 21 Jun 1858|p112.htm#i2055|William McComas|b. 19 Sep 1790\nd. 2 Aug 1857|p117.htm#i2053|Ellen Fort|b. 22 Aug 1798\nd. 27 Dec 1859|p50.htm#i2054|Frederick McComas|b. c 1767|p111.htm#i2066|Susannah Onion|b. c 1770|p135.htm#i3819|John Fort|b. c 1778|p50.htm#i3897|Elizabeth Beachem|b. c 1778|p23.htm#i3898|
     Captain Henry Gough McComas, son of William McComas and Ellen Fort,, was born on 19 October 1816 at Maryland.1,2,3 Captain Henry Gough McComas was the son of William McComas and Ellen Fort.1 In 1820,Captain Henry Gough McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Ward 12, Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of his parents, William McComas and Ellen Fort. Also living in the household: William Keyser McComas.4 Captain Henry Gough McComas married Keziah Araminta Cunningham on 7 May 1840 at Harford County, Maryland.1,5 Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham obtained a marriage license on 7 May 1840 at Harford County, Maryland.6 Captain Henry Gough McComas named his property Glenwood circa 1841. In 1850, Captain Henry Gough McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, listed with a wife named Catherine (age 28), Ann Cunningham (age 67) who is suspected to be his mother-in-law, and Ellen Unknown (age 18) who is a hireling. Their children George William, Henry Clay and Isabella were listed as living with them.3 Captain Henry Gough McComas was a sea captain in 1850.3 He died on 21 June 1858 at age 41.1,2 He was buried after 21 June 1858 at Mountain Christian Church Cemetery, Joppa, Harford County, Maryland.2

Children of Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S221] Tombstone at Mountain Christian Church Cemetery.
  3. [S3] 1850 Census .
  4. [S229] 1820 Census .
  5. [S216] Harford County, Maryland Marriages, 1777-1850.
  6. [S261] Jon Harlan Livezey and Helene Maynard Davis, Harford County, MD Marriage Licenses 1777-1865.
  7. [S220] Interview, Richard Schilllinger.

Isabella McComas1

(14 July 1846 - 9 December 1922)
Isabella McComas|b. 14 Jul 1846\nd. 9 Dec 1922|p112.htm#i3821|Captain Henry Gough McComas|b. 19 Oct 1816\nd. 21 Jun 1858|p112.htm#i2055|Keziah Araminta Cunningham|b. 20 Feb 1812\nd. 12 Nov 1898|p38.htm#i2056|William McComas|b. 19 Sep 1790\nd. 2 Aug 1857|p117.htm#i2053|Ellen Fort|b. 22 Aug 1798\nd. 27 Dec 1859|p50.htm#i2054|||||||
      Isabella McComas was also known as Isabelle.2 She, daughter of Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham,, was born on 14 July 1846 at Maryland.1,3,4 Isabella McComas was the daughter of Captain Henry Gough McComas and Keziah Araminta Cunningham.1 In 1850,Isabella McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Baltimore City, Maryland, in the household of her parents, Captain Henry Gough McComas. Also living in the household: George William McComas and Henry Clay McComas.4 As of circa 1866,her married name was Turner.3 Isabella McComas married Joseph Turner circa 1866.3 Isabella McComas died on 9 December 1922 at age 76.3 She was buried after 9 December 1922 at Mountain Christian Church Cemetery, Joppa, Harford County, Maryland.3

Children of Isabella McComas and Joseph Turner

Citations

  1. [S220] Interview, Richard Schilllinger.
  2. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  3. [S221] Tombstone at Mountain Christian Church Cemetery.
  4. [S3] 1850 Census .

Israel McComas

(circa 1835 - )
Israel McComas|b. c 1835|p112.htm#i5466|Sanders W McComas|b. 5 Mar 1814\nd. 26 Jun 1876|p116.htm#i5455|Laura Mary Heath|b. 1815\nd. b 1847|p70.htm#i5456|Moses McComas|b. 1776\nd. 1850|p115.htm#i5376|Lucy Napier|b. c 1776|p131.htm#i5377|||||||
     Israel McComas, son of Sanders W McComas and Laura Mary Heath,, was born circa 1835. Israel McComas was the son of Sanders W McComas and Laura Mary Heath.

Jackson McComas1

(circa 1820 - 20 December 1895)
Charts
Pedigree for Thomas Franklin Holtzner
     Jackson McComas was born circa 1820 at Maryland.1,2 He married Sarah McCullough, daughter of James McCullough and Sarah Daley, circa 1842. Jackson McComas was a farmer in 1850.2 In 1850,Jackson McComas appeared on the Federal Census of 6th District, Baltimore County, Maryland,, in the household of James McCullough, his father-in-law. Also living in the household: Susan McCullough, Sarah McCullough, James A McComas, Mary McComas and Eliza Jane McComas.2 Jackson McComas was a farmer in 1860.3 In 1860, Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough appeared on the Federal Census of Pikesville, Baltimore County, Maryland, listed as having $200 in personal property. Their children James A, Eliza Jane, Thomas, George W and Charles F were listed as living with them.3 Jackson McComas began military service on 30 August 1862 at Baltimore, MD, enrolling for 3 years with the Union as a Private in Company E of the 2nd Regiment Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry.4,5,6,7,8 He was a messenger on 31 October 1862 at Pungoteague, VA.9 He was detached to Baltimore, MD as a guard with prisoners on 31 May 1863.9 He was promoted to Corporal of the 8th squad between July 1863 and August 1863.8 He was detached as a teamster in the Quartermaster's Department starting in September 1863 at Sandy Hook, MD.8,9 He was given orders on31 May 1864 at Sandy Hook, MD to be sent to Martinsburg VA.8 He was reappeared as present on his unit's muster roll somewhere between September 1864 and October 1864.8 He was reported as sick in the Hospital at Sandy Hook, MD, in November 1864.8 He was reduced from Corpl to Private while sick on 30 November 1864.10 He was transferred out of Company E of the 2nd Regiment Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry on 27 December 1864 at Harper's Ferry, VA. He had been paid through 31 August 1864.8 He was still sick in the Hospital on 23 January 1865 at Sandy Hook, MD.8 He was adminstratively passed through the 1st Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers and ended up in Company I of the 11th Regiment of the Maryland Volunteers on 23 January 1865.8 He was reappeared as present on his unit's muster roll somewhere between January 1865 and February 1865.10 He ended military service on 15 June 1865 at Baltimore, MD. He was last paid on 31 Dec 1864 and had $11.88 due to him. He was paid a bounty of $2.5, with another $7.5 due to him.4,5,6,7,10 He was a farmer in 1870.11 In 1870, Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough appeared on the Federal Census of Randallstown, Baltimore County, Maryland. Their children Thomas, George W and Charles F were listed as living with them.11 Jackson McComas was teamster in 1875 at Baltimore City, MD.12 He was a laborer in 1880.13 In 1880, Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough appeared on the Federal Census of 5th Ward, Baltimore, Maryland, listed as unemployed 9 months of the past year. Their children Thomas were listed as living with them.13 Jackson McComas was laborer in 1882 at Baltimore City, MD.12 He was laborer in 1883 at Baltimore City, MD.12 He was listed as an invalid in his Civil War Pension File on 12 June 1889.7 He died on 20 December 1895.14 He was buried after 20 December 1895 at Hampstead Cemetery, Hampstead, Carroll County, Maryland; in plot A15-01 without any dates on the tombstone.5

Children of Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough

Citations

  1. [S19] Carroll County Death Certificate, for daughter Eliza Jane McComas Hare.
  2. [S3] 1850 Census .
  3. [S60] 1860 Census .
  4. [S288] Nicole L. Coffman, "Nicole L. Coffman," e-mail to Martha Krach.
  5. [S17] Carroll County Cemeteries.
  6. [S289] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.
  7. [S282] Civil War Service Records.
  8. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0092.
  9. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0212.
  10. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0180.
  11. [S4] 1870 Census .
  12. [S299] US City Directories, 1821-1989.
  13. [S5] 1880 Census Census Record.
  14. [S333] Unknown subject, Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans.

Jacob McComas1

(27 October 1802 - )
Jacob McComas|b. 27 Oct 1802|p112.htm#i4160|Aaron McComas|b. 1761|p108.htm#i4152|Martha Gilbert|b. c 1761|p56.htm#i4153|Solomon McComas|b. 21 Sep 1729\nd. 1781|p116.htm#i4150|Ann (?)|b. c 1736|p1.htm#i4247|||||||
     Jacob McComas, son of Aaron McComas and Martha Gilbert,, was born on 27 October 1802.2 Jacob McComas was the son of Aaron McComas and Martha Gilbert.1

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.

James McComas1

(13 September 1735 - 19 February 1791)
James McComas|b. 13 Sep 1735\nd. 19 Feb 1791|p112.htm#i4098|Daniel McComas|b. 12 Jan 1697\nd. 2 Sep 1765|p109.htm#i4036|Martha Scott|b. 27 Feb 1714\nd. 15 Oct 1786|p162.htm#i4037|Daniel MacComus|b. c 1666\nd. b 16 Mar 1699|p104.htm#i4094|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1666|p4.htm#i4095|Daniel Scott Jr|b. c 1680\nd. 20 Mar 1745|p161.htm#i4039|Elizabeth Whitaker|b. 12 Jan 1687\nd. May 1758|p214.htm#i4040|
     James McComas, son of Daniel McComas and Martha Scott,, was born on 13 September 1735 at St. John's Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland.1,2,3,4,5 James McComas was the son of Daniel McComas and Martha Scott.1,2 James McComas was a planter circa 1755.4 He was of the Anglican religion at St. John's Parish, Baltimore County, Maryland.4 He married Elizabeth Hillen, daughter of Solomon Hillen and Elizabeth Raven, on 15 November 1761.1,2,3,4,6,7,5 On 2 August 1762 James McComas purchased land consisting of 92 acres known as "Littleton" from Thomas White, who received it from William Davis, who in turn purchased it from John Norrington, who purchased it from John McComas, son of Daniel MacComas. That John McComas was this Jame's uncle.2,8 He was named an heir in the will, dated after 2 September 1765, of Daniel McComas, his father, to receive GRESHAM'S COLLEGE.9,10 James McComas was appointed to War Committee for Bush River Lower Hundred in Harford County, Maryland in 1775.4,11 He attended 5th Convention in 1775 at Harford County, Maryland.4 He was signer of the Association of Freemen for Bush River Lower in 1775.11 He was signer of the Bush Declaration (the first declaration of independence) on 22 March 1775.11,4 He was attended a convention of delegates from the 16 counties of Maryland as one of the 11 representatives from Harford County on 26 July 1775 at Annapolis, Maryland.12 He was in military service on 9 December 1775 as a 2nd Lieutenant in Captain Bond's Co. No. 11.11 He was signer and solicitor of the Association of Freemen for Bush River Lower in 1776.11 He owned 8 slaves in 1776.4 In 1776, James McComas and Elizabeth Hillen appeared on the Federal Census of Bush River Lower Hundred, Harford County, Maryland, listed as having in the household 8 negros. Their children William, Josiah H, Martha, Elizabeth, Susannah, Nathaniel and James were listed as living with them.2,13 On 18 September 1776 (sometimes recorded as 26 Apr 1776), he was appointed Captain, 8th Battalion, Harford County Militia.11,4 James McComas owned approximately 397 acres in Harford County, including 305 acres inherited from his father ("Gresham's College") and 92 acres purchased ("Littleton") in 1778.4 He was a signer of the Oath of Allegiance to Maryland and administered the oath to others in 1778.11 He was commissioned Lt. Colonel, 8th Battalion, Harford County Militia on 9 April 1778.11,4 He was a justice between 1778 and 1790 at Harford County, Maryland.4 Between 1778 and 1779, James McComas was a member of the Lower House for Harford County but was determined to be ineligible because he did not resign his colonel's commission until the third day of the election, and was thus discharged on 30 Oct 1778. He was reelected and returned on 25 Nov 1778.4 He was tax commissioner between 1779 and 1781.4 He was elected to the Vestry of St. John's Parish in 1782 at Harford County, Maryland.4 He was a justice between 1782 and 1784 at Harford County, Maryland.4 He was assessed for 380 acres in Harford County and 1 improved lot in Abington, Harford County in 1783.4 He was assessed for personal property value of 432.0.0 pounds, including 7 slaves and 14 oz plate in 1783.4 He was considered an Esquire by in 1783.4 He was tax commissioner in 1790.4 He owned 1 slave in 1790.4 He and Daniel McComas were owned a sawmill before 1791.4,5 James McComas died on 19 February 1791 at Harford County, Maryland, at age 55.1,3,4

Children of James McComas and Elizabeth Hillen

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  3. [S241] Pedigree Book, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of MD, Pedigees of Members 1905-1939.
  4. [S249] Alan F. Day, David W. Jordan, and Gregory A. Stiverson Edward C. Papenfuse, A Biographical Dictionary of the MD Legislature, 1635-1789.
  5. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.
  6. [S226] Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.
  7. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.
  8. [S262] Robert Barnes, Baltimore Co Deed Abstracts 1659-1750, Liber B#K: 271.
  9. [S35] "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin."
  10. [S225] Maryland Probate Records 1674-1774.
  11. [S232] Maryland and Delaware Revolutionary Patriots.
  12. [S35] "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin", Vol. 25, No. 3, Summer 1984, Men of '76.
  13. [S224] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Maryland Settlers and Soldiers, 1700s-1800s.

James McComas1,2

(circa 1753 - 1794)
James McComas|b. c 1753\nd. 1794|p112.htm#i4184|Aquila McComas|b. 5 May 1731\nd. bt 17 Sep 1771 - 21 Oct 1771|p108.htm#i4182|Sarah Preston|b. 24 Feb 1734|p140.htm#i4576|Alexander McComas|b. 14 Sep 1692\nd. b 4 Feb 1761|p108.htm#i4176|Hannah Whitaker|b. c 1704|p214.htm#i4180|James Preston|b. 25 Mar 1713\nd. 1766|p139.htm#i4347|Sarah Poteet|b. c 1713\nd. b 31 Mar 1749|p138.htm#i4575|
     James McComas, son of Aquila McComas and Sarah Preston,, was born circa 1753.2 James McComas was the son of Aquila McComas and Sarah Preston.1,3 James McComas and Ann Amos obtained a marriage license on 3 December 1780.4 James McComas married Ann Amos on 3 December 1781.3,5,6,2 In 1790, James McComas and Ann Amos appeared on the Federal Census of Harford County, Maryland, listed as having in the household 1 unaccounted for free female, possibly daughter Clemency, and 1 other unknown free person. Their children Aquila Amos and Sarah were listed as living with them.7 James McComas died in 1794.2

Children of James McComas and Ann Amos

Citations

  1. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  2. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.
  3. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  4. [S261] Jon Harlan Livezey and Helene Maynard Davis, Harford County, MD Marriage Licenses 1777-1865.
  5. [S235] Harford Co Marriage Licence.
  6. [S245] Maryland Marriages, 1634-1820.
  7. [S2] 1790 Census .
  8. [S227] Record of St John's and St George's Parish.
  9. [S233] Record of St James' Parish.

James A McComas1

(September 1846 - )
James A McComas|b. Sep 1846|p112.htm#i5021|Jackson McComas|b. c 1820\nd. 20 Dec 1895|p112.htm#i5017|Sarah McCullough|b. c 1822|p118.htm#i5018|||||||James McCullough|b. 10 Feb 1783\nd. 16 Feb 1864|p118.htm#i5019|Sarah Daley|b. c 1783|p38.htm#i5029|
     James A McComas and Jennie E Black had 3 (2 still living) children.2 James A McComas, son of Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough,, was born in September 1846 at Maryland.1,2 James A McComas was the son of Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough.1 In 1850,James A McComas appeared on the Federal Census of 6th District, Baltimore County, Maryland,, in the household of James McCullough, his grandfather. Also living in the household: Susan McCullough, Sarah McCullough, Jackson McComas, Mary McComas and Eliza Jane McComas.1 In 1860,James A McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Pikesville, Baltimore County, Maryland, in the household of his parents, Jackson McComas and Sarah McCullough. Also living in the household: Eliza Jane McComas, Thomas McComas, George W McComas and Charles F McComas.3 James A McComas was a laborer in 1860.3 He began military service on 21 August 1862 at Baltimore, MD, enrolling for 3 years with the Union as a Private in Company E of the 2nd Regiment Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry.4 He was a messenger on 31 October 1862 at Pungoteague, VA.5 He was promoted to Corporal of the 4th squad between November 1862 and December 1862.4 He was detached as a teamster in the Quartermaster's Department starting somewhere between September 1863 and October 1863 at Sandy Hook, MD.4 29 May 1864 James A McComas was captured by the enemy with a wagon train at Newtown, VA and later identified as a prisoner of war.6 He was transferred to Andersonville, GA on after 29 May 1864 and records indicate that he survived.7 He was admitted to the prison hospital on 23 October 1864.8 He was returned to the prison on 2 November 1864.8 He was transferred to Camp Lawton, Millen, GA on 11 November 1864.4 He was transferred out of Company E of the 2nd Regiment Eastern Shore Maryland Infantry on 27 December 1864 at Harper's Ferry, VA. He had been paid through 31 December 1863. Since he was still a prisoner of war, this was strictly an adminstrative action.4 He was adminstratively passed through the 1st Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers and ended up in Company I of the 11th Regiment of the Maryland Volunteers on 23 January 1865. Since he was still a prisoner of war, this was strictly an administrative action.4 He ended military service on 15 June 1865 at Baltimore, MD. He was last paid on 31 Dec 1863 and had $52.76 due to him. He was paid a bounty of $2.5, with another $7.5 due to him.6 He was appeared on list of Petitioners in 1866 at Baltimore City, Maryland.9

Citations

  1. [S3] 1850 Census .
  2. [S31] 1900 Census .
  3. [S60] 1860 Census .
  4. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0092.
  5. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0212.
  6. [S298] Unknown subject, Carded Military Service Records - Civil War, Record Group 94
    State: Maryland
    Roll: 0180.
  7. [S334] Andersonville and Fort McHenry Civil War Prisoners, online https://www.nps.gov/civilwar.
  8. [S52] MD Soldiers in Civil War, Vol. 1.
  9. [S35] "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin."

James A McComas1

(circa 1846 - May 1918)
James A McComas|b. c 1846\nd. May 1918|p112.htm#i5641|Gustavus McComas|b. c 1820\nd. May 1918|p111.htm#i5640||||||||||||||||
     James A McComas, son of Gustavus McComas,, was born circa 1846 at Maryland.1 James A McComas was the son of Gustavus McComas.1 In 1870, James A McComas appeared on the Federal Census of Bemont Township, Pratt, Illinois, listed at age 26 as having no real estate and $2000 of personal property. He was living in the home of Niles De Coway who was also born in Maryland.2 He was a teacher in 1870.2 He married Jennie E Black on 18 September 1873 at Tazewell, Illinois.3,4 James A McComas was a teacher in 1880.3 In 1880, James A McComas and Jennie E Black appeared on the Federal Census of Village of Manito, Mason, Illinois, and James was also listed as the census taker. Their children Lovina Grace and Perry R were listed as living with them.3 James A McComas was a County Judge in 1900.5 In 1900, James A McComas and Jennie E Black appeared on the Federal Census of Manito Township, Mason, Illinois, listed as owning a home free of a mortgage. Their children Lovina Grace and Perry R were listed as living with them.5 James A McComas was testified in court in the case of Jessie Gillett's protest of the will of John P. Gillett on 9 June 1904 at Lincoln, Illinois.6 He died in May 1918.1

Children of James A McComas and Jennie E Black

Citations

  1. [S330] James O'Donoghue, "James O'Donoghue's Email," e-mail to unknown recipient, Information from James McComas O'Donoghue based on a death cert from May 1918 for the county judge named James A McComas in Mason, IL.
  2. [S4] 1870 Census .
  3. [S5] 1880 Census Census Record.
  4. [S267] Illinois Marriages, 1850-1900.
  5. [S31] 1900 Census .
  6. [S268] The Decatur Review, Newspaper dated 9 June 1904.

James Edward McComas1

(circa 1955 - )
James Edward McComas|b. c 1955|p112.htm#i3994|Edward McComas|b. 1934|p110.htm#i3984||||Louis G. McComas|b. 1907\nd. 1972|p113.htm#i3957|Mary E. Rainsford|b. c 1907\nd. 1975|p141.htm#i3981|||||||
     James Edward McComas, son of Edward McComas,, was born circa 1955.1 James Edward McComas is the son of Edward McComas.1

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

James McComas Jr1,2

(1764 - before 1826)
James McComas Jr|b. 1764\nd. b 1826|p112.htm#i5118|James McComas|b. 13 Sep 1735\nd. 19 Feb 1791|p112.htm#i4098|Elizabeth Hillen|b. 1744\nd. b 25 Jul 1826|p73.htm#i4099|Daniel McComas|b. 12 Jan 1697\nd. 2 Sep 1765|p109.htm#i4036|Martha Scott|b. 27 Feb 1714\nd. 15 Oct 1786|p162.htm#i4037|Solomon Hillen|b. c 1709\nd. c 1747|p73.htm#i4395|Elizabeth Raven|b. c 1709|p141.htm#i4396|
     James McComas Jr, son of James McComas and Elizabeth Hillen,, was born in 1764.1,2 James McComas Jr was the son of James McComas and Elizabeth Hillen.1,2,3 In 1776,James McComas Jr appeared on the Federal Census of Bush River Lower Hundred, Harford County, Maryland, in the household of his parents, James McComas and Elizabeth Hillen. Also living in the household: William McComas, Josiah H McComas, Martha McComas, Elizabeth McComas, Susannah McComas and Nathaniel McComas.2,4 James McComas Jr died before 1826.5

Child of James McComas Jr

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
  2. [S223] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.
  3. [S249] Alan F. Day, David W. Jordan, and Gregory A. Stiverson Edward C. Papenfuse, A Biographical Dictionary of the MD Legislature, 1635-1789.
  4. [S224] Unknown author, "unknown essay title," Maryland Settlers and Soldiers, 1700s-1800s.
  5. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.
  6. [S233] Record of St James' Parish.

James Preston McComas1

(22 March 1792 - )
James Preston McComas|b. 22 Mar 1792|p112.htm#i4657|James McComas|b. c 1753\nd. 1794|p112.htm#i4184|Ann Amos|b. c 1765|p12.htm#i4102|Aquila McComas|b. 5 May 1731\nd. bt 17 Sep 1771 - 21 Oct 1771|p108.htm#i4182|Sarah Preston|b. 24 Feb 1734|p140.htm#i4576|||||||
     James Preston McComas, son of James McComas and Ann Amos,, was born on 22 March 1792.1 James Preston McComas was the son of James McComas and Ann Amos.1,2 James Preston McComas was baptized on 15 March 1794 at St. James Parish.1 He and Susan Green obtained a marriage license on 19 October 1816 at Harford County, Maryland.3 James Preston McComas married Susan Green after 19 October 1816 at Harford County, Maryland.3

Citations

  1. [S233] Record of St James' Parish.
  2. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.
  3. [S261] Jon Harlan Livezey and Helene Maynard Davis, Harford County, MD Marriage Licenses 1777-1865.

James S McComas1

(circa 1778 - )
James S McComas|b. c 1778|p112.htm#i5134|John McComas|b. 20 Oct 1741\nd. bt 12 Aug 1816 - 12 Jun 1820|p113.htm#i4118|Mary (?)|b. c 1751\nd. b 12 Aug 1816|p7.htm#i4119|Daniel McComas|b. 12 Jan 1697\nd. 2 Sep 1765|p109.htm#i4036|Martha Scott|b. 27 Feb 1714\nd. 15 Oct 1786|p162.htm#i4037|||||||
     James S McComas, son of John McComas and Mary (?),, was born circa 1778.1 James S McComas was the son of John McComas and Mary (?).1

Citations

  1. [S260] Mary Mortimeyer and Frances Revesz, The McComas Saga Part II.

Jane McComas1

(circa 1914 - )
Jane McComas|b. c 1914|p112.htm#i3928|Kenneth McComas|b. c 1893|p113.htm#i3927||||Norris McComas|b. c 1872|p115.htm#i3919||||||||||
     Jane McComas, daughter of Kenneth McComas,, was born circa 1914.1 Jane McComas is the daughter of Kenneth McComas.1

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.

Jane McComas1

(circa 1893 - )
Jane McComas|b. c 1893|p112.htm#i3943|George W. McComas|b. c 1872|p111.htm#i3937||||George W. McComas|b. c 1841\nd. 1928|p111.htm#i3820|Virginia Norris|b. 1851\nd. 1929|p133.htm#i3904|||||||
     Jane McComas, daughter of George W. McComas,, was born circa 1893.1 Jane McComas is the daughter of George W. McComas.1 As of circa 1913,her married name was Williams.1 Jane McComas married (?) Williams circa 1913.1

Children of Jane McComas and (?) Williams

Citations

  1. [S144] Records of Sam McComas.
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