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VENABLE/AUSTIN ~ Pennsylvania/ Beverly, New Jersey

Journal by elliea

1817-1896 Samuel Venable
1823-1901 Wife: Ann Eliza Austin
1839-Married: September 27, in the Township of Willingborough,
Burlington County, New Jersey

There were eight (8) Children two (2) which died in their first year
Samuel is listed in a number of census records as a "Captain of a Sloop", "Seaman", "Sea Captain", "Waterman"
He was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)during the Civil War.

1841 Phila.Mary Ann: died 1878. Married John Woods 1866
1843 Emily Jane: died ? married George Woods ?
1845 Susanna: died 1895 South Portland, Oregon, Married George Parker Fraser Woods ?
1847 Samuel Venable: born Beverly NJ,died 12/4/1901 Chester, Pa. married Matilda S.Widman 1888
1849 Cordelia K: died 1890
1850 Dollie K: died 1890
1852 Lydia A: died 8 months old
1854 Willis Henry: died 8 months old

All but Susanna are buried in Monument Cemetery, Beverly, New Jersey.
Susanna is buried in River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon

A book on the city of Beverly, New Jersey talks about early owners of property along
the river side of Warren St. George Bonfield, Henry Wiegand, Samuel Venable, John Packer,
David McCammon, Moses McNam, Colonel Bozarth and Thomas Hood.

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by megs1621 on 2012-04-07 08:32:37

Samuel Venable was my grandmother's grandfather...or great-grandfather...have to look at the tree again. If interested in more info, which I am please email me. [email protected]

by elliea on 2012-04-07 13:52:26

Samuel Venable Sr. or Samuel Venable Jr? Who was your grandmother? To my knowledge Samuel Sr. had the children listed in my post and Samuel Jr. is the only one that had children and he had three. I would be interested in any info you have to determine any relation ship.


by megs1621 on 2012-04-07 15:23:47

My grandmother is Gertrude Bunting (born Campbell), her mother was Josephine Venable, daughter of Samuel Venable Jr. I sent you an email with a book I created on

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