SOURCES OF IANSON RESEARCH 1: USA
[contributed by Toni Reed, USA]
|From: Genealogical Magazine of NJ, May 1985, Vol 60 No. 2
Walnut Grove Baptist Cemetary, Village of Mt. Freedom in Randolph Township:
Ianson, John, see Miles Ianson
Ianson, Miles, d. May 24, 1856, aged 90 years,. On same stone: John Ianson, d. July 8, 1861, aged 78 yrs., "Brothers"
Ianson, Thomas; wife Nancy J. b June 22, 1816, d. May 2, 1884
|From: Surrogate's Divisions, Book A, SA465
Thomas Janson and his wife Kesiah Janson of Randolph Township, deceased, intestate, (Orphan's Court, Dec 1848). Petition for division was by their children John H. Janson, Miles Janson, JR., John Janson, Aaron Cramer, and Nancy, the wife of Silas C. Clark. Other heirs were Ann Amanda Cramer who was the daughter of Maria Janson , deceased, the wife of Aaron Cramer, Joseph and Henry Janson, the sons of Thomas Janson, deceased. The last mentioned Thomas Janson and Maria were the children of Thomas and Kesiah Janson, deceased. Ann Amanda, Joseph and Henry were all minors under 21, no guardians. Silas C. Clark and Nancy conveyed their share to John H. Janson and John Janson. The first tract had been conveyed to Thomas and Kesiah Janson the 23rd of January 1826 by Miles Janson, Jr., it was located on the road from Calais to Black River. The second lot had been conveyed by Joseph Meeker on June 1st 1798 to Kesiah Janson, corner lot to which Thomas Janson had purchased of said Meeker. Commissioners: Daniel P. Merchant, J. W. Drake, and Gilbert Budd. March 22, 1849 (No additional Surrogates information.)
|Morris County Divisions from Orphan's Court Records, Book A (bound
with book one) Beginning March Term 1804, A:49,51
Miles Anson, deceased., testate, (Orphan's court March 1805) John Anson and Miles Anson, sons were executors of MIles, deceased. Robert Anson also a son, deceased, whose executors were Thomas Whallon and Elias Briant. Sophia Anson is named the mother and guardian of Robert Anson, the minor son of Robert (page 71). Commissioners: Thomas Dell, Nathaniel Clerke, and Thomas Logan, Jr. July 1805. (no more information).
Miles Anson, Jr. m. Elizabeth King 18 Mar 1823, Mt. Freedom Presbyterian Church
|Census Index: Colonial America, 1607-1789
Janson, Georg Wilhelm*
|Heitman, Francis B. Historical Register and Dictionary of the United
States Army, 1789-1903, Volume 1 (Washington, DC:US Government Printing
Alphabetical List of Officers of the Regular Army (From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to 1903) Who Were Killed or Wounded in Action or Taken Prisoner.