Monday, May 30, 2011

Family History by Tamerson Carlisle Binns, 1960. Part 3

Amanuensis: A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.

Amanuensis Monday, hosted by John Newmark at Transylvanian Dutch.

The original of this document contains information about living people which I have removed. I prefer to transcribe items as I find them but in this case I felt the need to correct certain items and have therefor taken the liberty of highlighting in red information I believe to be incorrect. I have highlighted in blue items that I have reason to question. My corrections or questions appear [in brackets].

Because this was transcribed line by line the word wrap may make it difficult to read online. Also due to online formatting I have replaced ditto marks with the word they indicated.

I would be happy to share the original with other descendants. This is Part 2 of 3.


Family History, typed by Tamerson Carlisle Binns and sent to her niece, Vivian Carlisle LaValle, with a letter dated Oct. 13, 1960.

page 3

Thomas Carlisle born in Scotland and reared in one of the shires in England.[A clue? This is the only place I have seen this information.]
I do not know what the relationship was but think he must have been the father
of Daniel Carlisle [Daniel Carlisle 1738-1794] given below.

Daniel Carlisle born in West Moreland County, New Hampshire in 1767 died
was married to Zipporah Wheeler born 1772, died 1821. [Other family papers say 1831.] Their children were
1. Daniel Carlisle born 1797
2. Betsy Carlisle born 1800.
3. Mahalia [Mahala]Carlisle born 1802.
4. Relief Carlisle born 1803.
5. Charlotte Carlisle born 1805.
6. Elvira [or Elvina] Carlisle born 1807.
7. Clarissa Carlisle born 1810.
8. Fanny Carlisle born 1811.

Isaac Ashley Carlisle (my father) always said on the irish side his great,
great grandfather Carlisle was High Sheriff and a Tory in the Revolution. [I think this would refer to Ashley's great grandfather, Daniel Carlisle 1738-1794 who was a Constable and a Captain in the Revolution.]

Daniel Carlisle and Hannah Lewis Glover (his 2nd wife, sister of his first wife)
were married in 1852 and had 1 child, Arabelle born in 1857. Arabelle was mar-
ried to Walter Osborn and had Arabelle, Leah, Charlotte and Carlisle.
Daniel Carlisle with his first wife wife Louisa Lambert Glover ran an inn in New
York State. Before 1940 [sic] they moved to Edwardsburg, Mich. and ran a hotel
there and Mary and Ashley were born there. Then they moved to a farm at LaGrang
where Fannie was born. Later he with his 2nd wife moved to Buchanan on a farm
south of town where Arabelle was born in 1857. Then they moved to Buchanan on
2nd St. (now Dewey Ave.) where their house was burned with part of the town.
They then bot the Main St. house in 1863 where Daniel died in 1872. Hannah
died in 1906 at Arabelle's in Council Bluffs, Iowa and was brot to Buchanan
for burial in Oak Ridge Cemetery.
Lillie Dale Warren born 1866 died 1885 of Gallopping Consumption. She was rais-
ed but not adopted by Hannah and is buried on the family Carlisle lot in Oak
Ridge Cemetery.

Binns, Tamerson Carlisle. (Buchanan, Michigan) to “Dear Vivian” [Vivian Carlisle LaValle]. Letter. 13 October 1960. Digital Image 4 of 4. Privately held by Apple, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Orlando, Florida. 2011.
[Carlisle Family, Box #1, Genealogical Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. 2008.]

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