FAMILY 11

Anthony (3) Badgley, son of James (2) and Hannah (Kelsey) Badgley, was born about 1733. He was married about 175- to Anne, daughter of Jonathon Woodruff and sister of Aaron Woodruff, one of the jurors at the trial of James Morgan, slayer of the famous “Fighting Parson” Rev. James Caldwell.

The Badgelys lived on what is now Mountain avenue in Westfield Township. In 1785-86 there was a great religious revival at Westfield, and in 1786 of the thirty-four who joined the church, eleven were Badgleys, including Anthony, his wife and several of their children. Anthony (3) Badgley died June 30, 1803, and his wife is said to have died about 182-.
Children of Anthony (3) and Anne (Woodruff) Badgley:

(1) Aaron, born about 1756, died January 11, 1761.

(2) Jonathon (4) born July 11, 1759, married twice and died 1834.(see family 27)

(3) Anthony (4), born 1762 married Abigail Hedges and died October 4, 1842. (See family 28)

(4) Noah, baptized February 13, 1765, joined the Westfield Church 1786: was one of the founders of Cincinnati, 1788 and is said to have been a surveyor and to have drowned in the West, unmarried.

(5) Samuel (4) baptized April 5, 1767 married Mary Frazee (See family 29)

(6) Mary,
baptized January 28, 1770: married, February 28, 1792 William Maxwell and went to Ohio.

(7) Jane, baptized February 2, 1772: married, January 28, 1790, Barnbas Hole, and moved to the vicinity of Hamilton, OH where he died in 1820

(8) Anna, baptized September 11, 1775: married, June 19, 1796, Maxwell Frazee.

 

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This BADGLEY HISTORY by Wheeler Thurston was originally published in the
Newark, New Jersey Evening News – July 23 to Nov 11, 1906
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FAMILY 11 Anthony (3) Badgley, son of James (2) and Hannah (Kelsey) Badgley, was born about 1733. He was married about 175- to Anne, daughter of Jonathon Woodruff and sister of Aaron Woodruff, one of the jurors at the trial of James Morgan, slayer of the famous 'Fighting Parson' Rev....