Roger1 Terrill

John2 Terrill and descendants

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Re: Moses4 Terrel (Josiah3, John2, Roger1)


Tombstones of Moses Terrel (left) and wife Susannah (right), Ancient Burying Ground (AKA Pine Hill Cemetery, on Oak St.), Naugatuck, CT. "In memory of Mr / Moses Terrel / who departed this / Life April 1st 1783 / in the 59th Year [/ of his Age]," and "In Memory of / Susannah Terrel / Wife of / Moses Terrel / who died with the / small Pox April 3d AD / 1794 in the 70th Year / of her Age."

(Similar pictures can be found at Find A Grave: Moses, Susannah. There are many other early Terrels buried in Naugatuck, in Pine Hill Cemetery and in Hillside Cemetery.)


Re: Marshall7 Tyrrell (Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

Marshall  & Polly (Judson) TyrrellLeander  Lewis Tyrrell

Marshall and Polly (Judson) Tyrrell (left), and son Leander Lewis Tyrrell, a Civil War veteran (Co. A., 35th Iowa Infantry), wearing his GAR badge.


Re: Philander Lorenzo7 Tyrrel (Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

The surviving nine children of Philander Lorenzo and Sarah (Bates) Tyrrel of Monroe County, Iowa, at the time, it is thought, of the funeral of either Philander or Sarah in 1882 or 1880. Already deceased were children Charles, Harriet and Amelia. Back row: Dorliska, John, Perry, James, Osman. Front row: Isaac Newton, Mary, Sidney, Olive.


Re: Isaac Newton8 Tyrrel (Philander Lorenzo7, Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)


Isaac Newton Tyrrel and Margaret J. H. Riddle around the time they were married. (They were married 10 April 1865, in Albia, Iowa.)


Re: Samuel7 Tyrrell (Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)


Tombstone of Samuel B. Tyrrell in Smith-Bebee Cemetery, Mantua Twp., Monroe Co., IA: "SAMUEL B. TYRRELL / DIED / Nov. 14, 1862 / AGED / 30 Y. 6 M. 18 D / Of Co. A. 36 R. Io. Vol." Samuel was born 26 Apr. 1832 in Portage Co., OH. He died in the Army hospital at Keokuk, Iowa, of typhus. It appears that Samuel B.'s stone is currently (2010) missing from the cemetery, and inquiries are under way. Photographs like this of old tombstones become all the more important as age and the environment take their toll.


Re: Asahel4 Terrill (Nathan3, John2, Roger1)


A Saratoga National Historic Park monument commemorating those who died in the Battle of Saratoga in 1777. Asahel Terrill (1739-1777) was killed there by a cannonball while coming off guard duty. This Find A Grave page by Kara Seager-Segalla contains links to tombstone pictures for children of Asahel and his wife Hannah (Hoyt) mentioned in Asahel's Bible records, including Kara's ancestor Elijah Asahel Tyrrell and his twin brother Abijah Tyrrell.



Re: Sidney F.8 Tyrrel (Philander Lorenzo7, Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)


Sidney F. Tyrrel's (1835-1909) cap-and-ball rifle, held by great-grandson Sylvan F. Tyrrel.


Re: Ichabod5 Terrel (Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

Tombstone in Ridgeville Cemetery, North Ridgeville, Lorain Co., OH. Ichabod was born in Waterbury, New Haven County, CT on 20 December 1763. The epitaph reads: "In memory of/ Ichabod Terrel, ESQ./ who Died July 23rd AD/ 1825 in the 62d year/ of his age/ The body must be food for worms/ To mingle with its parent clay/ The spirit unto God returns/ To dwell with Christ in endless day." 1

1. From a hymn by Abner Kneeland (no. 269) in Hymns, composed by different authors, at the request of the General Convention of Universalists of the New England States and Others (1810) (Google books)

Re: Philander Lorenzo7 Tyrrel (Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

Philander  Lorenzo Tyrrel - small

We're 99% sure this is Philander Lorenzo Tyrrel, b. 20 Aug. 1812 in Cheshire, Canandaigua, NY, where his mother, Lora (Beebe) was staying with her parents, away from the dangerous Indian frontier during the War of 1812, while her husband, Philander Laurel6, was serving in the militia from Cuyahoga/Lorain County, OH. Philander Lorenzo married Sarah (Sally) Bates on 17 Sept. 1834 in Portage Co., OH, and traveled with the Mormons to Caldwell Co., MO in 1838/40. They were founding settlers of Monroe Co., IA, in 1843 and had twelve children.

This picture was submitted by Joanne Scott Day, who has a copy of Daniel B. Gray's original. If you have a picture of this same person, let us know! Help us identify him 100%!


Re: Philander Lorenzo7 Tyrrel (Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

Tombstones of Philander Lorenzo & Sarah (Bates) Tyrrel, in Smith-Bebee Cemetery, Mantua Twp., Monroe Co., IA. "Farewell / P. L. Tyrrel / died May 11, 1882 / aged / 69Y 8M 21D" and "Farewell / Sarah / wife of / Phylander L / Tyrrel / died Mar. 12, 1880 / 64Y 11M 10D".


Re: Elmer Harvey9 Tyrrel (Isaac Newton8, Philander Lorenzo7, Philander Laurel6, Ichabod5, Oliver4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)


Elmer Harvey & Eliza Ann (Johnson) Tyrrell, married 14 Feb. 1886, Monroe Co., IA


Re: Bennett Spencer7 Terrell (Eli6, Phineas5, Phineas4, Samuel3, John2, Roger1)

Bennett Spencer Terrell c1880sEliza Jane Terrell c 1880s

Bennett Spencer Terrill and wife Eliza Jane (Kane), of Cheshire, CT, probably in the 1880s. (Bennett died in 1890 at age 68.)


Re: Irijah5 Terrel (Moses4, Josiah3, John2, Roger1)

Tombstones of Irijah Terrel (left) and wife Hannah (right), Ancient Burying Ground (AKA Pine Hill Cemetery, on Oak St.), Naugatuck, CT. "In / memory of / Irijah Terrel / who died / May 27, 1824 / aged 74," and "In / memory of / Mrs. Hannah / the _____ wife of / Mr. Irijah Terrel / who died / in a fit of apoplexy / Jan. 26th 1813 / Aged 53 years." (These are links to Find A Grave pages pointed out to us by Pamela Poulin.)