An American Family History


Ensor Family


John Ensor was born about 1665 in Baltimore County, Maryland 

His first wife was Jane Maynard.

He married Elizabeth Cole.

Ruth Ensor (1716)
Ann Ensor (1719, married John Stansbury)
Elizabeth Ensor (1721),
John A. Ensor (1723, married Eleanor Todd),
Jane Ensor (1725),
Abraham Ensor (1727)
Joseph Ensor (1730),
Temperance Ensor (1732)
Naomi Ensor (1734)
Luke Ensor (1736),
Oprah Ensor (1743)


Thomas Ensor was born 1718 in Baltimore County, Maryland.

He married Mary Costly on January 27, 1738/39.

William Ensor (1741, arried Martha Costly)
Thomas Ensor (1745, died young)
James G. Ensor (1746),
Thomas Ensor (1749, married Mary Talbot),
Elizabeth Ensor (1754)  


Thomas Ensor was born about 1749

He married Mary Talbot.

William Talbot Ensor (1771)
Elinor Ensor, (1772, married Elisha W. Jones),
Mary Ensor, (1777, married William McCloud),
Elizabeth Ensor (1779, married Jonathan Mulkey, Jr.), 
Joseph R. Ensor (1782),
Ann Ensor (1785) and
Thomas P. Ensor (1790, married Hannah Jobe).


Thomas P. Ensor was born on September 16, 1790 in Baltimore County, Maryland.

He married Hannah Jobe on May 10, 1818 in Washington County, Tennessee. Hannah was the daughter of Daniel Jobe and Abigail French.

John Jobe Ensor (1819, married Amanda Anderson),
David J. Ensor (1820)

Private in Capt. John Hampton's Company and Col. Ewen Allison's Regt. E. T. Drftd. Mil. January 5 - July 26, 1814 WD and TSA 
Buried Weaver's Union Chruch Cemetery Sullivan Co. TN


William T. Ensor was born about 1807 in Washington County, Tennessee.

He married Anne Hodges.

Martha Ensor (1832),
John R. Ensor (1833, married Mary Wilson Sauders),
Barbara Ann Ensor (1834, married John Sell),
Eli Ensor (1836),
William T. Ensor (1839), and
Sarah E. Ensor (1841, married Robert Allison).





from History of Tennessee

Dr. J. J. Ensor was born near Johnson City, Tenn., May 28, 1829, the son of Thomas P. and Hannah (Jobe) Ensor, the former born near Baltimore, and a soldier of 1812, under Gen. Jackson. He was a pioneer of both Washington and Carter Counties, and died in Bristol, at the age of eighty-nine years.

The mother, born near Johnson City also, was the daughter of Daniel Jobe, a pioneer and extensive land holder near Johnson City. She died in 1859....



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