Payne
 
Descendants of John T. Payne
 Generation No. 1
 1.  John T1 Payne was born Abt. 1820 in Virginia, and died in District of Columbia.  He married Mary A (wife of John T Payne) Abt. 1844. She was born abt. 1826 in Maryland.
More about John T Payne:
His occupation in Georgetown, District of Columbia was Shoemaker.  His son Charles went into business with him.
Children of John Payne and Mary Payne) are:
+ 2 i. John James2 Payne, born Abt. 1844 in Washington, DC; died April 12, 1874 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 3 ii. M.C. Payne, (female) born Abt. 1846 in District of Columbia.
 4 iii. W.H. Payne,  (female) born Abt. 1848 in District of Columbia.
+ 5 iv. Charles E. (W) Payne, born Abt. 1850 in District of Columbia.
 6 v. M. E. Payne, (female)  born Abt. 1852 in District of Columbia.
 7 vi. E. N. (m?) Payne,  (female) born Abt. 1855 in District of Columbia.
 8 vii. George Payne, born Abt. 1857 in District of Columbia.
 9 viii. L. E. Payne, (female)  born Abt. November 1859 in District of Columbia.
(one of the girls married a George W. Shoemaker and had a son named George Jr. the 1880 Census shows George W. Shoemaker Sr. as a widower living with John T. Payne.)
Generation No. 2
 2.  John James2 Payne (John T1) was born Abt. 1844 in Washington, DC, and died April 12, 1874 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He married Mary Louise Eaton May 12, 1868 in Presbyterian, 513 Pine St., Phila., Pa., daughter of James Eaton and Emilia Williams.(born England)
Notes for John James Payne:
Phila. Public Ledger-4/13/1874-pg. 2.
PAYNE.-On the 16th instant, JOHN J. PAYNE, son of John T and Mary A. Payne, aged 30 years.
His relatives and friends and those of the family are respectfully invited to attend, the funeral, on tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence, 437 Dickinson street.  To proceed to Woodlands Cemetery.
More About John James Payne:
Fact 5-occupa.: at age 16 worked in Cotton factory in DC, Brass Polisher
Fact 7-resided: 437 Dickenson St, Phila., Pa
Fact 11-cause of: consumption
Fact 12-burried: Woodlands Cemmetary, Phila., Pa.
Fact 13-commt: I have marriage certif., death cert., obituary, cemetery rec.Census back to 1870
Notes for Mary Louise Eaton:
Deeds for 437 Dickinson St.:
DHL 57 Pages 287 to 291 Philip H. Horn to Eleanor J. Eaton, Emily A. Eaton, Isabella M. Eaton and Mary L. Payne December 2, 1876.
WSV 708 Pages 557 to 560 Eleanor J. Eaton, Emily A. Eaton and Mary L. Payne to Daniel B. Cobb November 10, 1906.
More About Mary Louise Eaton:
Fact 5-occupa.: Brush Maker
Fact 7-resided: 437 Dickenson St, Phila., Pa
Fact 10-undrtkr: D H Bowen & Son, Dover, N.J.
Fact 12-burried: Woodlands Cemmetary, Phila., Pa.
 
Children of John Payne and Mary Eaton are:
 10 i. Emily3 Payne, born June 23, 1869 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died February 10, 1950 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  She married Charles Kintzel Abt. 1889 in Pennsylvania.
+ 11 ii. Theodore Ellwood Eaton Payne, born August 12, 1871 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died June 22, 1931 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 5.  Charles E. (W)2 Payne (John T1) was born Abt. 1850 in District of Columbia.  He married Mary V. (wife of Charles E. (W) Payne).
More About Charles E. (W) Payne:
Fact 5-occupa.: Shoemaker
 
Children of Charles Payne and Mary Payne) are:
 12 i. Nettie G.3 Payne, born Abt. November 1879 in District of Columbia.
 13 ii. John W. Payne, born Abt. 1874 in District of Columbia.
 
Generation No. 3
 11.  Theodore Ellwood Eaton3 Payne (John James2, John T1) was born August 12, 1871 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died June 22, 1931 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   He married (1) Ida N. (1st wife of Theodore E. Payne, Sr.) July 1899  He married (2) Irene Sangermano, daughter of Arturo Sangermano and Francesca Antonucci.
More About Theodore Ellwood Eaton Payne:
Fact 5-occupa.: manager/writer
Fact 10-undrtkr: J H Cantrell, 943 S. 2nd St, Phila, Pa
Fact 12-burried: Woodlands Cemmetary, Phila., Pa.
Notes for Irene Sangermano:
Individual: Stubblebine, Irene
Birth date: Jul 21, 1909
Death date: Jan 1985
 
Irene Sangermano's birth certificate said 'Baby girl Sangermano'.  Her parents originally named her 'Dominica Marie' Dominica means Sunday in Italian, because of this she was teased alot in school.  It was at this time she took on the name Irene.  Irene was the name of her mother's older sister who had died.
Later she dropped the name Marie because of astangement from her father and Marie was her fathers Mother's names.
After the death of her first husband Theodore Payne she moved from New Jersey to Freemansville, Pennsylvania, living on the farm of Theodore Payne's sister Emily Payne & Charles Kintzel.  On that farm/Orchard Walter Stubblebine was a farm hand.  After a few years Walter and Irene were married, they than bought the farm/orchard from Emily after the death of her husband.
Eventually they sold the farm and moved to Edison and opened the first store.  They were just about wiped out by a flood that took all there belongings and store stock.  Pulling what they could together they built a new store on the hill above the old store. There they ran the store and Edison Post Office.
More About Irene Sangermano:
Fact 5-occupa.: Grocery store owner, Postmaster, Edison, Pa.
Fact 7-resided: Rochester, NY, Freemansville& Edison, Pa.,Orlando, Florida, St. Louis, Mo.
Fact 11-cause of: Complications from amputation and absess operations.
Fact 12-burried: Whitemarsh Memorial Park, Prospectville, Pa.
 
Children of Theodore Payne and Irene Sangermano are:
+ 14 i. Theodore Ellwood4 Payne, Jr., born May 28, 1928 in Waharton, New Jersey.
+ 15 ii. Gloria Louise Payne, born August 04, 1930 in Dover, New Jersey