Thursday, June 27, 2024

Treasure Chest Thursday - 1821 Tax Assessment Record for Jasper Partridge in Trumbull County, Ohio

 It's Treasure Chest Thursday - an opportunity to look in my digital image files to see what treasures I can find for my family history research and genealogy musings.

The treasure today is the 1821 Tax Assessment record for Jasper Partridge in Trumbull County, Ohio:

The tax record is the first one at the top of the page:

The abstract of this record is:

*  Resident Proprietors:  Jasper Partridge
*  Non Resident Proprietors:  [none]

*  Range:  2
*  Township:  7
*  Range of Lots:  North part
*  Lot:  86

*  Acres:  50
*  State Tax ($ - cents - tenths):  0-25-0
*  Road Tax ($ - cents - tenths):  0-12-5
*  Total ($ - cents - tenths):          0-37-5

*  Remarks:  [none]

The source citation for this record is (using Evidence Explained 4th edition template):

Trumbull County, Ohio Tax Records, Jasper Partridge; imaged, "Ohio Tax Records, 1800-1850," database with images, FamilySearch ( accessed 26 June 2024), Trumbull > 1821 > image 89 of 124; Tax records indexed by Ohio Genealogy Society. Citing multiple county courthouse offices, Ohio.

This is a land ownership and tax assessment record for Jasper Partridge in Trumbull County, Ohio in 1821.  This land was originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve.  His lot was in Range 2, Township 8, Lot 86, 50 acres, Total Tax $0.37.5.

Jasper Partridge (1732-1821) was born 15 April 1732 in Medway, now Norfolk county, Massachusetts, the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Learnard) Partridge.  Jasper died in about 1821 in Gustavus, Trumbull County, Ohio.  He married (1) Marcy Rice (1737-1767), the daughter of Jonas and Jean (Hall) Rice, on 12 October 1756 in Barre, Worcester County, Massachusetts.  They had seven children.  After Marcy died, Jasper married (2) Joy Nichols (1736-????) in about 1769 in Vermont.  They had four children.

Jasper and Marcy (Rice) Partridge are my 6th great-grandparents, through their son Thomas Partridge (1758-1828) who married Hannah Wakeman (1763-1814).


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