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 Elisha Bates

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Elisha Bates

Birth
Virginia, USA
Death 5 Aug 1861 (aged 80)
Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, USA
Burial Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, USA
Memorial ID 102853285 View Source
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Leading Quaker minister and printer of the early 19th century...second editor of the "Philanthrophist", the first anti-slavery newspaper in the U.S., printed in Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio from 1817 to 1822.
Husband of Sarah Jordan Harrison,
(daughter of William & Margaret Jordan Harrison)
Children:
Anna 1804-1852 m. Ezekiel Harris
Mary M. 1807- m. Horton J. Howard
Lucy H. 1808-1892 m. Norman Webster
Rebecca 1810-1888 unm.
William J. 1812- m. Ann Scott Ricks
Deborah H. 1815- m. Joseph Steere
Sarah Ann 1820-1898 m. William T. Hinkson
Charles 1805-1805


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  • Created by: Anna Otto
  • Added: 30 Dec 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial 102853285
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102853285/elisha-bates : accessed ), memorial page for Elisha Bates (10 Jul 1781–5 Aug 1861), Find a Grave Memorial ID 102853285, citing Short Creek Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by Anna Otto (contributor 48010362) .