John Freshour, son of the pioneer, settled in Frederick county, Maryland, in 1789. He married, in I810, Mary Angleberger, of Frederick county, Maryland, and settled in Hopewell, New York, where he purchased one hundred and fifty acres of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase and added to it until he owned about six hundred acres. He died in 1859 and his wife in 1869. He was a Whig in politics and served as commissioner of highways. They had four sons and two daughters. Among the sons were: 1. George W., born at Hopewell, New York, June 6, 1823, married Leonora, daughter of Captain Failing. 2. John, mentioned elsewhere. 3. Alexander, resided in Gorham, New York.