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39101 Son of Robert Biggans Perkins and Elizabeth Lollar.

Ute served about five months in the Revolutionay War. He enlisted in May of 1778 and served two months as a private in Captain Joseph McDowell's company. Three months later he served three months as a private in Captain David McFall's Company (both companies were in Colonel Brevard's North Carolina regiment).

He married Sarah Gant, July 15, 1781. Ute, Sarah and their family were the first white settlers in Fountain Green Township, Hancock Co., IL.  
Perkins, Uteri "Ute" (P75733)
 
39102 Son of SAMUEL ARCHIBALD and JEANETTE PATTON ARCHIBALD.

He married Mary A. Means who is buried at Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church.
If he is buried near her, there is no readable marker for him. He died in 1840 and the church presently at this location was not constituted until 1848. The Archibalds were charter members here and previously members at Mesopotamia Presbyterian Church in Eutaw, so he could be buried there.

Their daughter MARTHA PATTON ARCHIBALD, b. March 1837, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 7, 1911, Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama; m. JAMES HARVEY WIER, September 5, 1883, Pickens County, Al., son of James and Rebecca (Smith) Wier; grandson of Thomas & Mary (Withrow) Wier. Martha was a first cousin of Jane Means (who married Samuel Wier) and a niece of Thomas Means who married Margaret H. Wier. Samuel Wier and Margaret H. Wier were first cousins of Martha's father-in-law, James Wier. They were children of James & Mary Hamilton Wier.
 
Archibald, John Patton (P80137)
 
39103 Son of Yewen Crockett Slover and Mariah Elizabeth Scott

Married Amy Belle Woolridge April 7, 1912 in Sanderson, Terrell Co., Texas.

Children: Leslie Thomas, Irene, Vaughn Melvin, and Iva Belle 
Slover, Isaac Park (P117030)
 
39104 Son on John Malrey and Lucy Mildred (Partlow) Menefee.

Husband of Nancy Jane Benefiel
Father of Martha Ann, Jonas Henry, Mary Annabelle, Hannah Jane, Lucy Mildred, Katherine Eliza, Carrie Ella, Evaline Awilda, John Franklin, William Robert, and Leroy Montgomery Menefee.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=menefee&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=39&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=21762912&df=all& 
Menefee, William Reynolds (P65785)
 
39105 Soon after his first wife died John Wesley Weaver returned to Indiana and was married at Andrews, Indiana, by Rev. Swadener on Feb.8, 1883 to Ida Jane Kelley (April 8, 1857-Jan 28, 1896) from Welden, Ind. Wabash.Co. (They had 6 children)

Ida Jane was daughter of Edward Kelley (1804-Aug 4, 1882) and his second wife Mary A. Bradbury (ne: Jan 8, 1819-Dec 22, 1874)

John brought his family back to Denison, Texas via train in 1889. Ida died of pneumonia. J.W. and Ida Jane are buried in Oakwood Cemetery-Denison, Texas. 
Kelley, Ida Jane (P76756)
 
39106 Source: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/e/n/Lori-Henshaw-Bessemer/FILE/0013text.txt

Descendants of Hans Adam Schoner


Generation No. 1

1. HANS ADAM1 SCHONER was born 1645 in Ehrstadt, Elsenz, Baden, Germany, and died January 12, 1715/16 in Ehrstadt, Elsenz, Baden, Germany. He married EVA ? Abt. 1669 in Germany. She was born Abt. 1647.

More About HANS ADAM SCHONER:
Burial: January 14, 1716/17, Ehrstadt, Elsenz, Baden, Germany

Children of HANS SCHONER and EVA ? are:
i. HANS MATHIAS2 SCHONER, b. August 24, 1669; d. September 05, 1728, Ehrstat, Baden, Germany; m. (1) ANNA CATHARINA ?, Abt. 1693, Ehrstat, Baden, Germany; d. February 04, 1712/13; m. (2) CATHARINA ?, April 10, 1725.
ii. ANNA EVA SCHONER, b. 1670.
iii. ANNA CATHARINA SCHONER, b. September 11, 1673; d. February 04, 1712/13, Ehrstat, Baden, Germany; m. HANS GEORG (JORG) GROSS, January 24, 1701/02, Ehrstat, Baden, Germany.
2. iv. ANNA BRIGITHA SCHONER, b. February 08, 1677/78.
v. ANNA MARGARETHA SCHONER, b. March 19, 1682/83.
3. vi. HANS DANIEL SCHONER, b. January 24, 1684/85; d. November 25, 1741, Hanover Township, Philadelphia County Penns.
4. vii. HANS BALTHASAR SCHONER, b. August 29, 1688, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. Germany.


Generation No. 2

2. ANNA BRIGITHA2 SCHONER (HANS ADAM1) was born February 08, 1677/78. She married (1) GEORG MICHAEL LAMPEL April 12, 1711. He died 1712. She married (2) FRIEDRICH MULLER February 18, 1715/16.

Child of ANNA SCHONER and GEORG LAMPEL is:
i. AUGUSTIN BATHASAR3 LAMPEL.


3. HANS DANIEL2 SCHONER (HANS ADAM1) was born January 24, 1684/85, and died November 25, 1741 in Hanover Township, Philadelphia County Penns. He married (1) ANNA CATHARINA ??. He married (2) MARIA CATHARINE HORN May 17, 1707 in Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany, daughter of HANS JONG HORN. She died 1744 in Hanover Township, Philadelphia County Penns.

Children of HANS SCHONER and MARIA HORN are:
i. LOUISA CATHARINA3 SCHONER.
ii. JOHANNA CHRISTINA SCHONER.
iii. JOHANN ADAM SCHONER.
iv. HEINRICH DANIEL SCHONER.
v. SCHONER.
vi. MARIA AGATHA SCHONER.


4. HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER (HANS ADAM1) was born August 29, 1688 in Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany, and died in Germany. He married JOANNA ? Bef. 1711 in Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.

Children of HANS SCHONER and JOANNA ? are:
5. i. JOHN MELCHOIR3 SCHOENER, b. September 14, 1711, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. June 24, 1778, New Hanover, Montgomery County Pennsylvania.
ii. REGINA BARBARA SCHONER, b. December 24, 1712, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
iii. JOHANNA MARIA ELISABETHA SCHONER, b. November 03, 1714, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. May 20, 1716, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
iv. JOHANNA MARGARETHA SCHONER, b. August 12, 1717, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
v. MARIA BARBARA SCHONER, b. February 11, 1718/19, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. August 18, 1719, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
vi. JOHN ADAMS NICHOLAS SCHONER, b. August 07, 1721, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. January 12, 1721/22, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
vii. MARIA REGINA SCHONER, b. October 10, 1722, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany.
viii. JOHN BALTHASAR SCHONER, b. June 11, 1725, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. July 29, 1788; m. MARIA ELIZABETH MAYER, February 09, 1747/48.


Generation No. 3

5. JOHN MELCHOIR3 SCHOENER (HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 14, 1711 in Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany, and died June 24, 1778 in New Hanover, Montgomery County Pennsylvania. He married ANNA MARIE GEIGER October 29, 1733 in Ittingen, Germany. She was born December 02, 1718 in Ittingen, Germany, and died July 28, 1801 in New Hanover, Montgomery County Pennsylvania.

Children of JOHN SCHOENER and ANNA GEIGER are:
i. DANIEL4 SCHOENER.
ii. JOHANNES SCHOENER, b. January 01, 1733/34, Ehrstadt Sinsheim Baden Germany; d. October 21, 1821, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; m. ANNA MARIA KITTERER, March 03, 1761.
6. iii. JOHANNES PETER SCHOENER, b. July 15, 1737, Pennsylvania; d. December 1790, Frederick County, Maryland.
iv. ANNA CATHERINE SCHOENER, b. 1745; d. January 03, 1821; m. JACOB MALSBERGER.
v. CHRISTOPHER "CHRISTOPHEL" SCHOENER, b. March 19, 1744/45, Colebrookdale, Berks County Pennsylvania; d. April 25, 1802, Pottstown, Pennsylvania; m. ELIZABETH GRAFFIN.
vi. GEORGE SCHOENER, b. February 03, 1747/48; d. Abt. 1805; m. ELIZABETH HANNA.
vii. ANDREAS "ANDREW" SCHOENER, b. July 31, 1749; d. May 10, 1806, Pottstown, Pennsylvania; m. JULIANNA REIFSCHNEIDER, May 21, 1771.
viii. DAVID SCHOENER, b. February 25, 1751/52; d. March 10, 1751/52.
ix. ANNA MARIE SCHOENER, b. May 22, 1753; d. November 12, 1813; m. (1) GEORGE SPENGLER; m. (2) INGLEBERT MINTZER; m. (3) AMOS JONES.
x. JOHN JACOB SCHOENER, b. May 24, 1759; m. ANNA BARBARA ?.


Generation No. 4

6. JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER (JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 15, 1737 in Pennsylvania, and died December 1790 in Frederick County, Maryland. He married MARY MARGARETH APPOLONIA BENNER Abt. 1758.

Children of JOHANNES SCHOENER and MARY BENNER are:
i. ?5 SCHOENER.
ii. ANNA CHRISTINA SCHOENER, b. October 08, 1759, Pennsylvania; d. Bef. 1826; m. CASPER KEEFER, February 11, 1790, Frederick County, Maryland; d. 1823.
iii. CATHERINE SCHOENER, b. January 11, 1761; d. Clarion County, Pennsylvania; m. JACOB KEEFER.
iv. ELIZABETH SCHOENER, b. July 03, 1763.
7. v. CHRISTOPHER SCHOENER, b. September 02, 1764; d. Abt. 1800, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
vi. HENRY SCHOENER, b. December 11, 1765; d. August 05, 1844, Muddy Creek Twp. Butler County, Pennsylvania; m. ELIZABETH BUTTONBARGER, Abt. 1787.
8. vii. JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM SHANER, b. September 20, 1767, Carroll County, Maryland.
viii. JOHANN PETER SCHOENER, b. February 14, 1771; d. Abt. 1818; m. REBECCA ?.
ix. ANDREW "ANDREAS" SCHOENER, b. February 28, 1773; m. ANNA MARIE ?.
x. DAVID SCHOENER, b. May 06, 1775; d. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; m. MARIA ?.
9. xi. DANIEL SHANER SCHOENER, b. May 06, 1775; d. 1838, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
xii. JOHN SCHOENER, b. June 17, 1778.


Generation No. 5

7. CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER (JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 02, 1764, and died Abt. 1800 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. He married CHRISTINA ? Abt. 1786 in Frederick County, Maryland.

Children of CHRISTOPHER SCHOENER and CHRISTINA ? are:
i. KATY6 SHANER.
10. ii. PETER SHANER, b. Abt. 1787, Frederick County, Maryland; d. Abt. 1822, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
iii. FREDERICK SR. SHANER, b. 1790; d. 1863, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
iv. SAMPSON SHANER, b. May 23, 1792, Frederick County, Maryland.
v. JOSEPH SHANER, b. July 08, 1795.
vi. ANNA MARIE BARBARA "POLLY" SHANER, b. May 31, 1798, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. March 15, 1877, Gilpin Twp. Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.
11. vii. WILLIAM SHANER, b. July 05, 1800, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. July 05, 1875, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.


8. JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5 SHANER (JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 20, 1767 in Carroll County, Maryland. He married ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD.

Child of JOHANN SHANER and ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD is:
12. i. JACOB6 SHANER, b. 1789, Carroll County, Maryland; d. October 07, 1873, Butler County, Pennsylvania.


9. DANIEL SHANER5 SCHOENER (JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 06, 1775, and died 1838 in Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. He married HESTER RUFFCORN Abt. 1797 in Maryland. She died Aft. 1850 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

Children of DANIEL SCHOENER and HESTER RUFFCORN are:
i. DANIEL6 SHANER.
ii. GEORGE SHANER.
iii. HETTY SHANER.
iv. PEGGY SHANER.
v. JOHN M. SHANER, b. 1799, Maryland.
vi. WILLIAM B. SHANER, b. 1800, Maryland; d. 1800, Maryland.


Generation No. 6

10. PETER6 SHANER (CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born Abt. 1787 in Frederick County, Maryland, and died Abt. 1822 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. He married HANNAH BRAUN Abt. 1807 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, daughter of WILHEM BRAUN and MARIA ?. She was born October 19, 1787, and died July 18, 1860 in Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

More About HANNAH BRAUN:
Burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pennsylvania

Children of PETER SHANER and HANNAH BRAUN are:
13. i. WILLIAM "WILHELM"7 SHANER, b. June 26, 1808, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. Aft. 1870.
14. ii. HENRY "HEINRICH" SHANER, b. December 28, 1809, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. November 06, 1881, Pleasant Hill, Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, PA.
iii. ELIZABETH SHANER, b. August 20, 1811, Pennsylvania; m. HENRY BREWER.
iv. ELI "ELIAS" SHANER, b. October 08, 1812, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. August 26, 1855, Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; m. HANNAH CLINE, January 09, 1834, Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

More About ELI "ELIAS" SHANER:
Burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pennsylvania

v. JACOB SHANER, b. July 05, 1814, Hempfield Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. August 19, 1863, Pennsylvania; m. HANNAH BEAR LEININGER, September 12, 1843, Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; b. October 05, 1805.

More About JACOB SHANER:
Burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Pennsylvania

vi. MARGARETTA SHANER, b. August 29, 1817, Pennsylvania.


11. WILLIAM6 SHANER (CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 05, 1800 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died July 05, 1875 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. He married MARY MCKOY 1829 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She was born 1810.

Children of WILLIAM SHANER and MARY MCKOY are:
i. ELIZABETH7 SHANER, b. 1830.
ii. MARGARET SHANER, b. 1832.
iii. JOHN SHANER, b. 1835.
iv. CORNEILUS SHANER, b. 1836.
v. BARBARA SHANER, b. 1840.
vi. HENRY SHANER, b. 1843.
vii. DANIEL SHANER, b. 1847.


12. JACOB6 SHANER (JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born 1789 in Carroll County, Maryland, and died October 07, 1873 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. He married (1) ELIZABETH CATHERINE HEIGHBERGER in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She died 1843. He married (2) SARAH MECHLING WICK.

Children of JACOB SHANER and ELIZABETH HEIGHBERGER are:
i. SIMON7 SHANER, d. Oregon.
ii. JOHN SHANER, d. 1873, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
iii. BARBARA SHANER, d. Butler County, Pennsylvania.

Notes for BARBARA SHANER:
Barbara died in an Orphans Home.

iv. ADAM SHANER.

Notes for ADAM SHANER:
Adam was not mentioned in his father's will.
Adam died in early manhood.

v. CATHERINE SHANER, d. Avalon, Pennsylvania; m. ? COOPER.
vi. JACOB SHANER, d. Oregon.
vii. HENRY SHANER, d. Oregon.
15. viii. DANIEL HEIGHBERGER SHANER, b. May 15, 1815, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. June 01, 1897, Butler County, Pennsylvania.


Generation No. 7

13. WILLIAM "WILHELM"7 SHANER (PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born June 26, 1808 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died Aft. 1870. He married (1) MAGDALENA ?. He married (2) SARAH ? Abt. 1829. She was born 1808.

Children of WILLIAM SHANER and MAGDALENA ? are:
16. i. SUSSANAH ELIZABETH8 SHANER, b. 1852; d. June 12, 1912, Pennsylvania.
17. ii. ELI SHANER, b. July 04, 1856, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. December 04, 1923, Altoona, Blair County Pennsylvania.


Children of WILLIAM SHANER and SARAH ? are:
iii. FINLEY8 SHANER, b. 1832; m. REBECCA ANDERSON, October 1874.
18. iv. VESE SHANER, b. May 02, 1837, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. January 04, 1904, Cowansburg, Pennsylvania.
v. DANIEL SHANER, b. 1838.
vi. JAMES SHANER, b. 1838.
19. vii. JOHN SHANER, b. May 10, 1842, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. March 02, 1915, Industry, Pennsylvania.
20. viii. JOSEPH B. SHANER, b. 1846, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. January 04, 1888, Cowansburg, Pennsylvania.


14. HENRY "HEINRICH"7 SHANER (PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 28, 1809 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died November 06, 1881 in Pleasant Hill, Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, PA. He married CATHERINE CLINE December 15, 1831 in Allegheny Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

Children of HENRY SHANER and CATHERINE CLINE are:
i. JOHN8 SHANER, b. 1832.
ii. DANIEL SHANER, b. 1833.
iii. WILLIAM SHANER, b. 1837.
iv. CATHERINE SHANER, b. 1838.
v. PETER SHANER, b. 1839.
vi. MAHALA SHANER, b. 1841.
vii. CATHERINE SHANER, b. 1843.
viii. REBECCA SHANER, b. 1845.
ix. DAVID SHANER, b. 1846.
x. THOMAS SHANER, b. 1847.
xi. SOLOMAN SHANER, b. 1849.


15. DANIEL HEIGHBERGER7 SHANER (JACOB6, JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 15, 1815 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died June 01, 1897 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. He married SOPHIA MECHLING August 02, 1852 in Washington, Pennsylvania. She was born August 02, 1831 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died May 29, 1909 in Butler County, Pennsylvania.

More About DANIEL HEIGHBERGER SHANER:
Burial: Butler South Cemtery, Butler County Pennsylvania

More About SOPHIA MECHLING:
Burial: Butler South Cemtery, Butler County Pennsylvania

Children of DANIEL SHANER and SOPHIA MECHLING are:
21. i. HENRY KUHN8 SHANER, b. March 09, 1853, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. October 19, 1927, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
ii. MARY A. SHANER, b. 1856, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. 1860, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
iii. JOHN L. SHANER, b. May 23, 1863, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. January 21, 1933, Butler County, Pennsylvania; m. (1) ALICE THOMPSON; m. (2) ELLA MOORE; b. December 1870.
iv. GEORGE HEIGHBERGER SHANER, b. January 18, 1874, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. August 23, 1959, Butler County, Pennsylvania; m. AGNES JEAN "JEANIE" BLAIR, May 29, 1907; b. April 21, 1878; d. October 10, 1962.

More About GEORGE HEIGHBERGER SHANER:
Burial: Butler South Cemtery, Butler County Pennsylvania


Generation No. 8

16. SUSSANAH ELIZABETH8 SHANER (WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born 1852, and died June 12, 1912 in Pennsylvania. She married THOMAS LACY.

Children of SUSSANAH SHANER and THOMAS LACY are:
i. MARY ELLEN9 LACY.
ii. WILLIAM HARRY LACY.
iii. THOMAS LACY.
iv. HOWARD LACY.


17. ELI8 SHANER (WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 04, 1856 in Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died December 04, 1923 in Altoona, Blair County Pennsylvania. He married CATHERINE CHRISTINE STROBLE Abt. 1879.

More About ELI SHANER:
Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Logan Twp. Pennsylvania

Children of ELI SHANER and CATHERINE STROBLE are:
i. EDWARD9 SHANER, b. June 1880; d. May 30, 1927, Juanita, Altoona, Blair County Pennsylvania.

More About EDWARD SHANER:
Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Logan Twp. Pennsylvania

ii. JOHN SHANER, b. April 1883.
iii. WILLIAM SHANER, b. 1886; d. 1942.

More About WILLIAM SHANER:
Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Logan Twp. Pennsylvania

iv. MARGARET J. "MAGGIE" SHANER, b. 1888; d. 1962; m. FRANK J. DOUGAL.

More About MARGARET J. "MAGGIE" SHANER:
Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Logan Twp. Pennsylvania

v. HARRY SHANER, b. December 1890.
vi. JESSE SIMON SHANER, b. 1894, Shaners Station, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pa; d. August 08, 1895.

More About JESSE SIMON SHANER:
Burial: Mars Hill Cemetery

vii. ELMER SHANER, b. February 1897; d. July 23, 1950.

More About ELMER SHANER:
Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Logan Twp. Pennsylvania


18. VESE8 SHANER (WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 02, 1837 in Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died January 04, 1904 in Cowansburg, Pennsylvania. He married ANNIE CURREY February 23, 1866 in West Newton, Pennsylvania, daughter of PHILIP CURREY and JANE WILLIAMSON. She was born March 16, 1845, and died November 28, 1926.

More About VESE SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Children of VESE SHANER and ANNIE CURREY are:
i. FRANK9 SHANER.
ii. JOHN SHANER, b. December 25, 1873; d. 1946.

More About JOHN SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

iii. JOSEPH C. SHANER, b. June 07, 1880; d. 1961.

More About JOSEPH C. SHANER:
Burial: Brush Creek Cemetery, Pennsylvania

iv. ANNA P. SHANER, b. November 1885.


19. JOHN8 SHANER (WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 10, 1842 in Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died March 02, 1915 in Industry, Pennsylvania. He married AMANDA GOODLIN November 05, 1868 in Shaners Station, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pa. She was born March 1850, and died June 20, 1917.

Children of JOHN SHANER and AMANDA GOODLIN are:
22. i. LIDA9 SHANER, b. October 30, 1870, Shaners Station, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pa; d. August 14, 1929.
ii. WILLIAM SHANER, b. September 23, 1873.
iii. ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" SHANER, b. January 16, 1876; d. 1938; m. JOHN HOLLAND; b. 1865; d. 1938.
iv. MALINDA SHANER, b. 1879.
v. HARRY SHANER, b. March 23, 1886; d. March 02, 1915.
vi. FRANK SHANER, b. May 13, 1890.


20. JOSEPH B.8 SHANER (WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born 1846 in Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died January 04, 1888 in Cowansburg, Pennsylvania. He married REBECCA JANE CURREY, daughter of PHILIP CURREY and JANE WILLIAMSON. She was born July 09, 1850, and died April 29, 1929.

More About JOSEPH B. SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Children of JOSEPH SHANER and REBECCA CURREY are:
23. i. ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, b. October 02, 1868, Pennsylvania; d. September 25, 1940, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
24. ii. MARY LORETTA SHANER, b. 1872, Pennsylvania; d. May 18, 1939, Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County.
25. iii. FRANCES "FANNIE" SHANER, b. December 25, 1873, Shaner Station, Pennsylvania; d. August 08, 1959.
iv. HARRY SHANER, b. 1886; d. 1942.

More About HARRY SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania


21. HENRY KUHN8 SHANER (DANIEL HEIGHBERGER7, JACOB6, JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 09, 1853 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died October 19, 1927 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. He married MARIA AGNES FISHER May 17, 1878 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. She was born January 17, 1854 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died January 19, 1940 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

More About HENRY KUHN SHANER:
Burial: Butler North Cemetery, Butler County Pennsylvania

More About MARIA AGNES FISHER:
Burial: Butler North Cemetery, Butler County Pennsylvania

Children of HENRY SHANER and MARIA FISHER are:
26. i. MARY ELIZABETH "BESSIE"9 SHANER, b. February 15, 1879, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. February 04, 1977, Butler County, Pennsylvania.
ii. EDGAR ETHELBERT SHANER, b. November 20, 1880, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. April 28, 1975, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania; m. SARAH GEORGIA NEWTON, September 04, 1908; b. May 02, 1880, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. May 28, 1968.
iii. DR. CHARLES KRAUTH SHANER, b. May 03, 1883, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. July 19, 1949, Sewickley, Pennsylvania; m. ELIZABETH COOPER, June 12, 1912.
iv. ELLEN ADALINE "ADA" SHANER, b. August 05, 1885, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. January 08, 1963, Greensburg, Pennsylvania; m. LEWIS ALEXANDER SULLENBERGER, September 25, 1912, Mercer County, Pennsylvania; b. November 12, 1886; d. April 11, 1972.

More About ELLEN ADALINE "ADA" SHANER:
Burial: St. Clair Cemeterty, Pennsylvania

v. KATHERINE ALBERTA SHANER, b. November 09, 1897, Middle Lancaster, Pennsylvania; d. January 29, 2000, Jacksonville, Florida; m. CHARLES KIRK STROH, June 15, 1926, Flint, Michigan; b. January 22, 1898.


Generation No. 9

22. LIDA9 SHANER (JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born October 30, 1870 in Shaners Station, Sewickley Twp. Westmoreland County, Pa, and died August 14, 1929. She married JOSEPH HAMILTON, son of GEORGE HAMILTON and ELIZABETH SCOTT. He was born December 1864 in Pennsylvania.

Children of LIDA SHANER and JOSEPH HAMILTON are:
27. i. CLIO VALENTINE10 HAMILTON, b. April 17, 1895.
ii. ROBERT MCKINLEY HAMILTON, b. November 07, 1896, Lowber, Pennsylvania; d. July 06, 1994, Solders Home, Erie Pennsylvania.
28. iii. BESSIE IRENE HAMILTON, b. July 11, 1899, Herminie, Pennsylvania; d. November 24, 1981, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
29. iv. AMANDA GARITHA HAMILTON, b. July 29, 1902, Herminie, Pennsylvania; d. November 19, 1988, Donora, Pennsylvania.
v. JOSEPH HAMILTON, b. June 13, 1905, Darragh, Pennsylvania; d. December 18, 1989, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
vi. ELIZABETH HAMILTON, b. May 20, 1908, Madison, Pennsylvania; d. July 27, 1984, Westmoreland Manor, Hempfield Twp. Westmoreland County PA.


23. ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER (JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born October 02, 1868 in Pennsylvania, and died September 25, 1940 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She married (1) JOHN MURRAY OVER 1891, son of WILLIAM OVER and ANGELINE DIAS. He was born May 06, 1863 in Pennsylvania, and died May 15, 1930 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She married (2) JAMES L. SR. RANKIN 1894. He was born 1867 in Pennsylvania.

More About ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE" SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County

More About JOHN MURRAY OVER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County

Children of ELIZABETH SHANER and JOHN OVER are:
i. BESSIE L.10 OVER, b. 1891, Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County; d. 1891, Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County.

More About BESSIE L. OVER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County

30. ii. HERBERT WILMER OVER, b. September 01, 1893, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; d. May 01, 1965, Pennsylvania.
31. iii. GLEN VEESE OVER, b. March 1897, Pennsylvania; d. February 12, 1955, Pennsylvania.
iv. CLAYTON A. OVER, b. 1900, Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County; d. May 10, 1902, Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County.

More About CLAYTON A. OVER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County


Child of ELIZABETH SHANER and JAMES RANKIN is:
v. JAMES L. JR.10 RANKIN, b. 1904, Pennsylvania.


24. MARY LORETTA9 SHANER (JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born 1872 in Pennsylvania, and died May 18, 1939 in Irwin, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County. She married ? ZAHNISER.

More About MARY LORETTA SHANER:
Burial: Union Cemetery Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Child of MARY SHANER and ? ZAHNISER is:
i. BERTHA10 ZAHNISER, m. HARRY MILLER.


25. FRANCES "FANNIE"9 SHANER (JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 25, 1873 in Shaner Station, Pennsylvania, and died August 08, 1959. She married EDWARD ECK, son of W. ECK and M.E. ?. He was born June 17, 1871, and died April 10, 1937.

Children of FRANCES SHANER and EDWARD ECK are:
i. MILDRED10 ECK, m. DAVID LAFFERTY.
ii. NELDA ECK, m. RALPH DEGROAT.
iii. MARY JANE "JENNIE" ECK, b. October 29, 1891; d. November 15, 1970; m. SAMUEL KUNKLE ALTMAN, October 19, 1911.
iv. LILA ECK, b. September 01, 1893; d. June 1974; m. OTHMAR SEILER.


26. MARY ELIZABETH "BESSIE"9 SHANER (HENRY KUHN8, DANIEL HEIGHBERGER7, JACOB6, JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born February 15, 1879 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died February 04, 1977 in Butler County, Pennsylvania. She married OLIVER WESLEY M. ZIEGLER October 08, 1902. He was born August 12, 1874, and died August 20, 1936 in Butler County, Pennsylvania.

More About MARY ELIZABETH "BESSIE" SHANER:
Burial: February 1977, Butler County, Pennsylvania

More About OLIVER WESLEY M. ZIEGLER:
Burial: Butler County, Pennsylvania

Children of MARY SHANER and OLIVER ZIEGLER are:
i. HENRY OLIVER S.10 ZIEGLER, b. August 01, 1904, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. December 20, 1982, Butler County, Pennsylvania; m. INA GOEHRING LUTZ; b. September 18, 1906.

More About HENRY OLIVER S. ZIEGLER:
Burial: December 1982, Butler County, Pennsylvania

32. ii. ARTHUR SHANER ZIEGLER, b. May 21, 1907, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. July 14, 1996, Summit County, Ohio.
iii. RUTH ELIZABETH S. ZIEGLER, b. 1910, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. September 15, 1987, Butler County, Pennsylvania; m. WALTER WIECK; b. 1908.

More About RUTH ELIZABETH S. ZIEGLER:
Burial: Butler County, Pennsylvania

iv. RALPH WESLEY S. ZIEGLER, b. December 29, 1912, Butler County, Pennsylvania; d. March 09, 1963, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; m. PHYLLIS NEWTON, January 19, 1935; b. August 08, 1914, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.


Generation No. 10

27. CLIO VALENTINE10 HAMILTON (LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born April 17, 1895. She married GEORGE YOUNG MOWRY.

Child of CLIO HAMILTON and GEORGE MOWRY is:
i. GEORGE ROBERT11 MOWRY.


28. BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON (LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 11, 1899 in Herminie, Pennsylvania, and died November 24, 1981 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She married SAMUEL FREDRICK KRUPER October 11, 1919 in Sutersville, Pennsylvania, son of SAMUEL KRUPER and HELEN FEDOR.

Children of BESSIE HAMILTON and SAMUEL KRUPER are:
33. i. BEATRICE LAURINE11 KRUPER, b. November 10, 1920, Gratztown, Pennsylvania.
ii. CAROLINE MARJORY KRUPER, b. 1923; d. February 23, 1923, Gratztown, Pennsylvania.
34. iii. WAYNE ALLEN KRUPER, b. January 15, 1925, West Newton, Pennsylvania.
35. iv. DOROTHY JEAN KRUPER, b. September 08, 1927.
36. v. JOSEPH HARRY KRUPER, b. July 11, 1929, West Newton, Pennsylvania.


29. AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON (LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 29, 1902 in Herminie, Pennsylvania, and died November 19, 1988 in Donora, Pennsylvania. She married WILLIAM HADDOCK May 27, 1922 in Sutersville, Pennsylvania, son of HARRY HADDOCK and CARRIE SIMMONS.

Children of AMANDA HAMILTON and WILLIAM HADDOCK are:
i. REBECCA11 HADDOCK, b. April 28, 1923; d. July 12, 1989.
ii. DORIS HADDOCK, b. 1925.
37. iii. EDITH MAE HADDOCK, b. December 02, 1928, Gratztown, Pennsylvania.
38. iv. WILLIAM JOSEPH HADDOCK, b. September 25, 1936, Gratztown, Pennsylvania.
39. v. ROBERT DAWSON HADDOCK, b. November 15, 1940, Gratztown, Pennsylvania.


30. HERBERT WILMER10 OVER (ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 01, 1893 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died May 01, 1965 in Pennsylvania. He married ELSIE PEARL EYLER February 02, 1918 in Wellsburg, West Virginia, daughter of HENRY EYLER and JENNIE FRY. She was born November 09, 1897 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and died February 03, 1960 in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

More About HERBERT WILMER OVER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County

More About ELSIE PEARL EYLER:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Irwin Pennsylvania Westmoreland County

Child of HERBERT OVER and ELSIE EYLER is:
40. i. BETTY JANE11 OVER, b. November 04, 1918, Alleghany County, Pennsylvania.


31. GLEN VEESE10 OVER (ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 1897 in Pennsylvania, and died February 12, 1955 in Pennsylvania. He married LEAH CHEESEMAN 1915. She was born 1899 in Pennsylvania, and died December 09, 1976.

Children of GLEN OVER and LEAH CHEESEMAN are:
41. i. VELMA11 OVER, b. October 18, 1916; d. March 04, 1991.
42. ii. RICHARD OVER, b. April 11, 1918; d. July 05, 1968.


32. ARTHUR SHANER10 ZIEGLER (MARY ELIZABETH "BESSIE"9 SHANER, HENRY KUHN8, DANIEL HEIGHBERGER7, JACOB6, JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 21, 1907 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and died July 14, 1996 in Summit County, Ohio. He married GERTRUDE EDITH MOHLIN November 11, 1944 in Gary, Indiana. She was born December 28, 1919 in Gary, Indiana, and died November 28, 1999 in Summit County, Ohio.

More About ARTHUR SHANER ZIEGLER:
Burial: English Luthern Cemetery, Butler County, Pennsylvania

Children of ARTHUR ZIEGLER and GERTRUDE MOHLIN are:
43. i. DAVID ARTHUR11 ZIEGLER, b. December 20, 1945, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
ii. DIANE MOHLIN ZIEGLER, b. September 02, 1948, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania; d. September 02, 1948, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.

More About DIANE MOHLIN ZIEGLER:
Burial: September 1948, Butler County, Pennsylvania


Generation No. 11

33. BEATRICE LAURINE11 KRUPER (BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born November 10, 1920 in Gratztown, Pennsylvania. She married RAYMOND MAX GENTSCH July 19, 1941 in Cumberland, Maryland.

Children of BEATRICE KRUPER and RAYMOND GENTSCH are:
i. AMY IRENE12 GENTSCH, b. March 14, 1943, Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Pennsylvania; m. THOMAS SINOT, November 21, 1964, Duquense, Pennsylvania.
ii. RAYMOND WAYNE GENTSCH, b. October 14, 1947, Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Pennsylvania.
iii. JON ROBERT GENTSCH, b. March 06, 1950, Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Pennsylvania.
iv. JOSEPH WILLIAM GENTSCH, b. November 11, 1952, Mt. Pleasant Hospital, Pennsylvania.


34. WAYNE ALLEN11 KRUPER (BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born January 15, 1925 in West Newton, Pennsylvania. He married LOIS MARIE RADUS June 20, 1953 in Monroville, Pennsylvania.

Children of WAYNE KRUPER and LOIS RADUS are:
44. i. LAWRENCE ALLEN12 KRUPER, b. October 03, 1954, East Cleveland, Ohio.
45. ii. PATRICIA LOUISE KRUPER, b. December 29, 1956, East Cleveland, Ohio.


35. DOROTHY JEAN11 KRUPER (BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 08, 1927. She married JOHN WILLIAM "JACK" PONEBSHEK June 26, 1950 in Swissvale, Pennsylvania, son of MARTIN PONEBSHEK and CAROLINE TERBOT.

Children of DOROTHY KRUPER and JOHN PONEBSHEK are:
46. i. MARTY JOE12 PONEBSHEK, b. November 15, 1952, Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania.
47. ii. BETH ANN PONEBSHEK, b. April 06, 1958, Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania.


36. JOSEPH HARRY11 KRUPER (BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 11, 1929 in West Newton, Pennsylvania. He married GOLDIE AGNES SMART November 10, 1954 in Monongahela, Pennsylvania, daughter of HUSHIE SMART and DAVIDA ANTHONY.

Children of JOSEPH KRUPER and GOLDIE SMART are:
48. i. DAVIDA AGNES12 KRUPER, b. January 26, 1955, North Charleroi, Pennsylvania.
49. ii. JO IRENE KRUPER, b. January 22, 1957, North Charleroi, Pennsylvania.


37. EDITH MAE11 HADDOCK (AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 02, 1928 in Gratztown, Pennsylvania. She married JULIO G. DINELLO.

Children of EDITH HADDOCK and JULIO DINELLO are:
50. i. DEBORAH ANN12 DINELLO, b. March 22, 1955, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
51. ii. MICHAEL J. DINELLO, b. April 08, 1957, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
iii. FRANK ALBERT DINELLO, b. August 26, 1960, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.


38. WILLIAM JOSEPH11 HADDOCK (AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born September 25, 1936 in Gratztown, Pennsylvania. He married PATRICIA LEE FARMER June 04, 1956.

Children of WILLIAM HADDOCK and PATRICIA FARMER are:
52. i. WILLIAM WALTER12 HADDOCK, b. August 15, 1958, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
53. ii. EUGENE ROSS HADDOCK, b. March 03, 1961, Jeanette, Pennsylvania.
iii. RODNEY DEAN HADDOCK, b. November 01, 1966.


39. ROBERT DAWSON11 HADDOCK (AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born November 15, 1940 in Gratztown, Pennsylvania. He married LYNN JOHNSON WACHTLER June 01, 1963 in Monongahela, Pennsylvania.

Children of ROBERT HADDOCK and LYNN WACHTLER are:
i. ROBERT WINSTON12 HADDOCK, b. September 22, 1966, Greensburg, Pennsylvania; m. ROSA LINDA MOLINA, March 18, 1995, Oxnard, California.
54. ii. CRAIG WILLIAM HADDOCK, b. April 17, 1969, Greensburg, Pennsylvania.


40. BETTY JANE11 OVER (HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born November 04, 1918 in Alleghany County, Pennsylvania. She married WILLARD MERLE SR. LAFFERTY October 14, 1940 in Wellsburg, West Virginia, son of ALBERT LAFFERTY and EMMA KNIPP. He was born April 07, 1915 in Alleghany County, Pennsylvania, and died July 31, 1980 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County.

More About WILLARD MERLE SR. LAFFERTY:
Burial: August 03, 1980, New Castle, PA Lawrence County

Children of BETTY OVER and WILLARD LAFFERTY are:
55. i. ROBERTA JEAN "BOBBIE"12 LAFFERTY, b. January 11, 1942, New Castle, PA Lawrence County; d. September 11, 2004, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.
56. ii. JUDITH ANN LAFFERTY, b. May 04, 1944, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.
57. iii. WILLARD MERLE JR. LAFFERTY, b. March 01, 1948, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.


41. VELMA11 OVER (GLEN VEESE10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born October 18, 1916, and died March 04, 1991. She married (1) ROBERT PEGG. He died in California. She married (2) GEORGE TATE Abt. 1933. She married (3) FRED BARTOLOZI 1962.

Children of VELMA OVER and GEORGE TATE are:
58. i. LEAH LORAINE12 TATE.
59. ii. LOIS LEE TATE.


42. RICHARD11 OVER (GLEN VEESE10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born April 11, 1918, and died July 05, 1968. He married (2) MARGE RANKIN. He married (3) CAROL ?.

Children of RICHARD OVER are:
i. RICHARD12 OVER.
ii. JEAN OVER.
iii. PAULA OVER.
iv. GERRY OVER.


Children of RICHARD OVER and MARGE RANKIN are:
v. GLEN RICHARD12 OVER.
vi. JOHN RANKIN OVER.
vii. MARJORIE VIRGINIA OVER.
viii. THOMAS EUGENE OVER.
ix. WILLIAM FISHER OVER.


Child of RICHARD OVER and CAROL ? is:
x. LESLIE12 OVER, b. June 02, 1961.


43. DAVID ARTHUR11 ZIEGLER (ARTHUR SHANER10, MARY ELIZABETH "BESSIE"9 SHANER, HENRY KUHN8, DANIEL HEIGHBERGER7, JACOB6, JOHANN "JOHN" ADAM5, JOHANNES PETER4 SCHOENER, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 20, 1945 in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. He married KATHLEEN WRIGHT WILSON December 22, 1973 in Summit County, Ohio. She was born March 08, 1953 in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

Children of DAVID ZIEGLER and KATHLEEN WILSON are:
i. JULIE ANN12 ZIEGLER, b. June 02, 1979, Summit County, Ohio; d. June 02, 1979, Summit County, Ohio.
ii. SANDRA KATHLEEN ZIEGLER, b. November 26, 1980, Summit County, Ohio.
iii. LINDA JANE ZIEGLER, b. April 19, 1984, Summit County, Ohio.


Generation No. 12

44. LAWRENCE ALLEN12 KRUPER (WAYNE ALLEN11, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born October 03, 1954 in East Cleveland, Ohio. He married PEGGY FAGG in California.

Child of LAWRENCE KRUPER and PEGGY FAGG is:
i. BRANDON ALLEN13 KRUPER, b. August 12, 1979, Peninsula, California.


45. PATRICIA LOUISE12 KRUPER (WAYNE ALLEN11, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 29, 1956 in East Cleveland, Ohio. She married JOSEPH RICHARD TREBEC February 21, 1981 in Willowick, Ohio.

Child of PATRICIA KRUPER and JOSEPH TREBEC is:
i. JOSEPH ALLEN13 TREBEC, b. October 13, 1988, Painsville, Ohio.


46. MARTY JOE12 PONEBSHEK (DOROTHY JEAN11 KRUPER, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born November 15, 1952 in Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania. He married SUNHEE KO March 30, 1987 in North Huntington, Pennsylvania.

Children of MARTY PONEBSHEK and SUNHEE KO are:
i. MARTY JOHN "TWO"13 PONEBSHEK, b. April 18, 1990, Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania.
ii. NICHOLAS JAY PONEBSHEK, b. August 10, 1994, Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania.


47. BETH ANN12 PONEBSHEK (DOROTHY JEAN11 KRUPER, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born April 06, 1958 in Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg Pennsylvania. She married DENNIS MARION STONER April 26, 1986 in North Huntington, Pennsylvania.

Children of BETH PONEBSHEK and DENNIS STONER are:
i. ANDREW MASON13 STONER, b. June 15, 1987, Dallas, Texas.
ii. SARAH BETH STONER, b. June 22, 1990, Allentown, Pennsylvania.


48. DAVIDA AGNES12 KRUPER (JOSEPH HARRY11, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born January 26, 1955 in North Charleroi, Pennsylvania. She married (1) MARTIN GENE SR. BINDI July 14, 1973 in Monongahela, Pennsylvania. She married (2) WILLIAM EDWARD HUDAC January 05, 1980 in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania. She married (3) EDWARD ANDREW VAYANSKY November 03, 1994.

Child of DAVIDA KRUPER and MARTIN BINDI is:
60. i. MARTIN GENE JR.13 BINDI, b. July 01, 1974, New Eagle, Pennsylvania.


Child of DAVIDA KRUPER and WILLIAM HUDAC is:
ii. WILLIAM JEFFREY13 HUDAC, b. September 21, 1981, Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania.


49. JO IRENE12 KRUPER (JOSEPH HARRY11, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born January 22, 1957 in North Charleroi, Pennsylvania. She married RANDELL MARK GREENWOOD September 06, 1975 in Monongahela, Pennsylvania.

Children of JO KRUPER and RANDELL GREENWOOD are:
i. NIKKI JO13 GREENWOOD, b. December 19, 1978, Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
ii. ALLEN MARK GREENWOOD, b. August 16, 1982, Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania.


50. DEBORAH ANN12 DINELLO (EDITH MAE11 HADDOCK, AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 22, 1955 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. She married ROBERT L. BOWERS.

Children of DEBORAH DINELLO and ROBERT BOWERS are:
i. MATTHEW R.13 BOWERS, b. June 20, 1977, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
ii. AMY L. BOWERS, b. May 11, 1980, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.


51. MICHAEL J.12 DINELLO (EDITH MAE11 HADDOCK, AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born April 08, 1957 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. He married CAROL ANN STEINDI April 16, 1977 in Indiana, Pennsylvania.

Children of MICHAEL DINELLO and CAROL STEINDI are:
i. BRIAN MICHAEL13 DINELLO, b. October 12, 1977, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
ii. LISA MARIE DINELLO, b. December 12, 1979, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
iii. ANGELO ANN DINELLO, b. November 19, 1980, McKeesport, Pennsylvania.


52. WILLIAM WALTER12 HADDOCK (WILLIAM JOSEPH11, AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born August 15, 1958 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He married FERNE GRACE CRISWELL April 02, 1977.

Children of WILLIAM HADDOCK and FERNE CRISWELL are:
i. JESSICA CRISTINE13 HADDOCK, b. April 01, 1978, Jeanette, Pennsylvania.
ii. LUCAS JARED HADDOCK, b. January 08, 1983, Lowell, Massachuttes.
iii. DEREK NOLAN HADDOCK, b. February 25, 1986, Ashley, North Dakota.
iv. CHELSEA NICOLE HADDOCK, b. May 02, 1988, Aberdeen, South Dakota.


53. EUGENE ROSS12 HADDOCK (WILLIAM JOSEPH11, AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 03, 1961 in Jeanette, Pennsylvania. He married PAMELA LYNORE KEENE June 17, 1989.

Children of EUGENE HADDOCK and PAMELA KEENE are:
i. KAITLIN SHELLY13 HADDOCK, b. September 18, 1990, Jeanette, Pennsylvania.
ii. DYLAN ROSS HADDOCK, b. October 22, 1991, Jeanette, Pennsylvania.


54. CRAIG WILLIAM12 HADDOCK (ROBERT DAWSON11, AMANDA GARITHA10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born April 17, 1969 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He married TIFFANY SUE PAINTER June 28, 1991 in East McKeesport, Pennsylvania.

Children of CRAIG HADDOCK and TIFFANY PAINTER are:
i. JACOB TIBERIUS13 HADDOCK, b. August 21, 1993, Mooresville, North Carolina.
ii. WINSTON ALEXANDER HADDOCK, b. September 22, 1994, Mooresville, North Carolina.
iii. CASSIDY RACHELLE HADDOCK, b. January 07, 1997, Mooresville, North Carolina.


55. ROBERTA JEAN "BOBBIE"12 LAFFERTY (BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born January 11, 1942 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County, and died September 11, 2004 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County. She married FRANKIE DARRELL LINDSEY April 11, 1964 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County, son of OTIS LINDSEY and VIOLET SALING. He was born February 08, 1942 in Echols, KY Ohio County.

More About ROBERTA JEAN "BOBBIE" LAFFERTY:
Burial: September 14, 2004, Castleview Cemetery, New Castle Pa Lawrence County

Children of ROBERTA LAFFERTY and FRANKIE LINDSEY are:
61. i. LISA LYNN13 LINDSEY, b. December 01, 1965, Temple, Texas.
62. ii. LORI LEIGH LINDSEY, b. March 26, 1970, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.


56. JUDITH ANN12 LAFFERTY (BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born May 04, 1944 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County. She married (1) DAVID CHARLES CLARK July 15, 1963. He was born May 03, 1937, and died March 19, 1990 in Bessemer, Pennsylvania Lawrence County. She married (2) TERRY SLATER February 14, 1992. He was born February 27, 1950.

Children of JUDITH LAFFERTY and DAVID CLARK are:
63. i. KIMBERLY SUE13 CLARK, b. July 24, 1964.
ii. BRIAN DAVID CLARK, b. June 20, 1967, Redding, Pennsylvania.


57. WILLARD MERLE JR.12 LAFFERTY (BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 01, 1948 in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. He married (1) BILLY DEE ST.CLAIRE April 17, 1971. He married (2) JANET ? April 1993. She was born March 02.

Child of WILLARD LAFFERTY and BILLY ST.CLAIRE is:
i. DEANA REA13 LAFFERTY, b. January 19, 1980; Adopted child.


58. LEAH LORAINE12 TATE (VELMA11 OVER, GLEN VEESE10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) She married CLINT LEWIS in California.

Children of LEAH TATE and CLINT LEWIS are:
i. ROBERT13 LEWIS.
ii. PEGG LEWIS.
iii. GLENDA LEWIS.
iv. REBECCA LEWIS.


59. LOIS LEE12 TATE (VELMA11 OVER, GLEN VEESE10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) She married JACK VAUGH.

Children of LOIS TATE and JACK VAUGH are:
i. MARSHA13 VAUGH.
ii. JUDY VAUGH.
iii. LORIE VAUGH.


Generation No. 13

60. MARTIN GENE JR.13 BINDI (DAVIDA AGNES12 KRUPER, JOSEPH HARRY11, BESSIE IRENE10 HAMILTON, LIDA9 SHANER, JOHN8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 01, 1974 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. He married TINA QUEEN.

Child of MARTIN BINDI and TINA QUEEN is:
i. ARAYA LYNN14 BINDI, b. December 19, 1993.


61. LISA LYNN13 LINDSEY (ROBERTA JEAN "BOBBIE"12 LAFFERTY, BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born December 01, 1965 in Temple, Texas. She married KEVIN HAROLD MCCONNELL July 06, 1990 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County. He was born November 24, 1966 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County.

Children of LISA LINDSEY and KEVIN MCCONNELL are:
i. CAITLIN RENEE14 MCCONNELL, b. January 27, 1991, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.
ii. AISLINN MARIE MCCONNELL, b. May 11, 1992, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.
iii. AMBERLYNN ELAINE MCCONNELL, b. July 16, 1993, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.


62. LORI LEIGH13 LINDSEY (ROBERTA JEAN "BOBBIE"12 LAFFERTY, BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born March 26, 1970 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County. She married BRENT JAMES HENSHAW December 26, 1990 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County, son of THOMAS HENSHAW and FORTUNE SELTZER. He was born August 23, 1970 in New Castle, PA Lawrence County.

Children of LORI LINDSEY and BRENT HENSHAW are:
i. KYLE JAMES14 HENSHAW, b. April 03, 1993, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.
ii. JENNA LEIGH HENSHAW, b. March 10, 1995, New Castle, PA Lawrence County.


63. KIMBERLY SUE13 CLARK (JUDITH ANN12 LAFFERTY, BETTY JANE11 OVER, HERBERT WILMER10, ELIZABETH BLANCHE "LIZZIE"9 SHANER, JOSEPH B.8, WILLIAM "WILHELM"7, PETER6, CHRISTOPHER5 SCHOENER, JOHANNES PETER4, JOHN MELCHOIR3, HANS BALTHASAR2 SCHONER, HANS ADAM1) was born July 24, 1964. She married WARREN CHAMP June 25, 1988 in Grove City Pennsylvania. He was born May 28.

Children of KIMBERLY CLARK and WARREN CHAMP are:
i. DAVID RONALD14 CHAMP, b. June 20, 1990.
ii. JEFFERY CHAMP, b. July 21, 1993. 
Schoner, Hans Adam (P29673)
 
39107 Source: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/e/n/Tim-Tenopir/GENE1-0017.html


Trtice is in the County of Praha near city of Nove Straseci, northwest of Prague. 
Tenopir, Vojtech (P13881)
 
39108 Source: Dwight, Benjamin "The History of the Descendants of Elder John Strong, of Northampton, Mass." (Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore, MD 2000). Also see: http://strongfamilytree.org/getperson.php?personID=I21059&tree=STR06


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Strong (Demas), 1848, Amer. trader at Big Bar and Sutter's mill; alderman and mayor of Sac.; returned to N.Y. '50; in N.Y. senate '64.

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Strong, Demas (P19323)
 
39109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P5729)
 
39110 Source: http://www.reed-family.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I1867&tree=polly&parentset=0&generations=4

!Only census records seem to prove that George B. Solomon is the son of
AUSTIN/OSTAN/ALSTON SOLOMON He was the oldest man in Bedford County,
TN, and and in the later census records of Bedford County, TN, he lived with
Wiley and William....he had children the ages of Wiley, William, George B.
and James...in the 1820 cens. These men were living adjacent to each
other in all of the census records until W. Wiley was listed in
Only census records seem to prove that George B. Solomon is the son of
AUSTIN/OSTAN./ALSTON SOLOMON.

!NAME: HIS NAME, AUSTON SOLOMON, APPEARS FIRST, IN THE 1812
BEDFORD CO. TN MILITIA LIST. It is spelled Ostan in the 1820 Bedford Co. TN
Census ; Austin ,in the 1830 Bedford Co. TN Census.;Alston in 1840
census.

! From Harold SOLOMON,
----- Original Message -----
From: Harold Solomon
To: Pauline W. Reed
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2000 2:38 PM
Subject: Solomon

Hi Polly,
It's been awhile, hope you are doing well. I ran across some info that
you may not have. In Bedford Co., TN in Janurary Court of 1812. Austin >
Solomon and his wife Phebe Browning file papers regarding a potential >
inheritance for Phebe Browing Solomon in Caswell Co., NC.
Phebe Browing was the daughter of Elizabeth Browning and Edmund
Browning (married cousins) legatees of George Browning, a long time resident of
Caswell Co., NC. This was also recorded p. 259, Book F, Caswell Co., NC.
Power of Attorney; Alston Solomon, John Clift, James Price, and John
Gibson all of Bedford Co., TN, legatees of Elizabeth Browning decd, legatee of >
Edmond Browing decd, to George Browning of same County to receive
from estates in Caswell Co., NC.
On p.260, Book F of Caswell Co., NC, George Browning attorney for
Alston Solomon in the right of his wife Phebe, John Clift in the right of his
wife Deliah, James Price in the right of his wife Milley, and John Gibson in
the right of his wife Elizabeth, of Bedford Co., TN (all legatees of Edmund
Browning decd) and children of Elizabeth Browning, daughter of said
Edmond Browning to William Kimbrough to discharge all debts.
This looks like a tie to your Solomon line.
Harol
!Note 1850 BEDFORD CO. TN CENSUS LIST, BELOW, William's son, Alston
Solomon.

!This Ostan Solomon may have been a grandson or nephew of William
Solomon, Rev. Sold. Franklin co. NC who is on the DAR Patroit Index. See
his will in the Documents.
This line goes through a daughter, Elizabeth. I have copies of Elizaabeth
SOLOMON JUDD'S DAR papers.Papers arrived Sept. 23, 1995 This William
Solomon,Franklin Co. NC. died c 1814 Franklin Co. NC. William SOLOMON
of Warren Co. NC was father of William Solomon, Jerimah (sic)(Jeremiah
?) Goodwynne,(sic) Luke , Bennet, and Jordan Solomon. See Franklin Co.
and Lincoln co.TN wills and tombstones, in the Solomon--Osteen Time
Line.
!CENSUS: (Stars denote possible son, George B. Solomon )
1820 Bedford Co. TN Ostan Solomon 26/45; _*2m u/10; 1m
10/16; 1m 16/18; 1m 18/26; 1f 18-26; 1f u/10; 2f 10/16.
1830 Bedford Co. TN
#55 Austin Solomon 50/60 yrs.; 1m 5/10; *1m 10/15;
1f 40/50 yrs.; 1f u/5; 1f 5/10; 1f 10/15; 1f 15/20.
#55 also, Wiley Solomon 20/30 yrs. 2m u/5; *1m 5/10;
1f 20/30; 1f 15/20
#50 William Solomon 20/30 living alone. ?
1840 Bedford Co. TN
#77 Alston Solomon 60/70 yrs; 1m 15/20
1f 50/60; 1f 10/15; 1f 15/20
#76 William Solomon 40/50 yrs;2m u/5;
1f 20/30; 1f u/5; 1f 60/70
#76 also, George B. Solomon 20/30 yrs 1m u/5;
1f 20/30
1850 Ostan/Austin/Alston Solomon gone.

! l850 Bedford Co. TN Census.
#81-448 William Solomon 44 yrs. bn TN
:Lavitha 27 yrs bn NC (was she a Williams?)
William 14 yrs bn TN
James 12 yrs bn TN
Robert 8 yrs bn TN
Martha 6 yrs bn TN
> Alston 5 yrs bn TN
John 1 yr bn TN
Polly Williams 65 yrs bn TN Who is this?

!I have no proof that Alston was George B. Solomon's father but I think that
from these Census records that it is likely George B. would have been
about 2 yrs. in 1820 and Wiley or William did not have children that age. In
1830 he was about 12 yrs. and James 1870 census was born about 1820.
They would have been the 2m u/10. I think it possible that the Solomons
and Osteens or Alstons may have been together before 0ur George B. and
Barbary because variations of Osteen/Ostean are Austin Alston are found
in other states. I have found both Alston SOLOMONs and Solomon
Alstons....some in NC and Georgia.
!See the Solomon-Osteen/Ostean Time Line for other info. Note the
connections between Isaac Ostean and Jordan Solomon, 1805 Williamson
County, TN Census. Jordan had three sons. Note the William B. Solomon in
Lincoln Co. TN as well. In NC ,I found a Solomon Austin Littrell!
! New Information from Harold SOLOMON, desc. of Bennet SOLOMON, and
William SOLOMON, Franklin Co. NC.
!5/27/2000.....check with Harold and Ray about records of Alston Solomon,
Bedford Co. TN 1812 Ct concerning inheritance as well as the one in
Caswell Co. NC. 
Solomon, Alston (P21510)
 
39111 Source: A History of Mercer and Henderson Counties, Illinois, page 48

In the meantime a new and distinct settlement was forming, some ten miles up the Edwards River, at a point then and for years afterward known as the Sugar Grove settlement, and after the organization of the county, called the Sugar Grove precinct. A large family, consisting of four brothers, John, Isaac, George and Abraham Miller, with several relatives and friends, settled at this point in 1834, surrounding the grove. The Miller family was originally from Crab Orchard, Tennessee, whence they had removed to near Crawfordsville, Indiana, in about 1820. From that place, several members of the family came on here, in the latter part of April 1834, bringing with them several yoke of oxen and some agricultural implements, for making claims and of planting sod corn. All but Abraham Miller, Junior (son of George Miller, and his wife and wife's sister), returned to Indiana and came out subsequently. Abraham Miller, Jun., proved to be a man of much note in public affairs of this county, and indeed the whole family was, for ten years or more, during their sojourn here, an influential one.

Abraham Miller remained with the growing crops, built a cabin, and became the first permanent settler of the grove, and indeed of a radius of ten or twelve miles. Several other families, some relatives and others mere acquaintances, followed these during the next season, so that by the time the county was organized in 1835, it was found most convenient to divide the county into two precincts: the one at New Boston, which had just been laid out and given that name, instead of Dennison's Landing, and the Sugar Grove precinct. By the fall of 1835, there were probably about sixty inhabitants in and about the Grove. and between 200 and 250 in the whole county.

The groves along the Edwards River were gradually being occupied by settlers, who pushed farther and further toward its source. In the spring of 1835, a distinct settlement, known as the Richland Settlement, or Farlow's Grove, was begun. This was not in what is now known as Richland Grove Township, but in reality along the north side of the Edwards, in what is now Preemption Township.

John Farlow and family, who settled on section 22, came from Indiana in the spring of 1835, and settled as stated, in the fall of the same year Hopkins Boone, now a resident of Viola, occupied section 34. Mr. Boone, with his family, comes from Pennsylvania. This was the farthest from the mouth of the river that any one had yet settled, and indeed at that time there was not a family remaining between that point and the Rock river, nor for many miles to the east, and but one family on the south, between that and Monmouth.


(History of Mercer County, E. H. Hill & Co., Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, 1882)

Perrytown Township
Mercer County, Illinois
Beginning with Page 300

The first settlement in this vicinity was Sugar Grove, April 24, 1834. In the month of March the following named persons left Montgomery County, Indiana, bound for the Mississippi River; Abraham Miller, Jr., and family consisting of self, wife (Julia Ann Morgan Miller) and wife's sister, George Miller, Sr., Abraham Miller, Sr. (Uncle of Abraham Miller, Jr.- Abraham Miller, Jr.'s father was George Miller, Sr.), Isaac Miller, Jr. (Brother to Abraham, Sr.), Jacob (R.) Miller (Brother of George Miller, Sr.), Elias Moore, Ben Welch, Dr. John Kester, William Shuck, Thos. Dawson, James Kester and William Moore.

This company was fitted out with six ox teams with breaking plows and other necessary farming utensils. They intended putting in crops and then returning for the families. George Miller, Sr. was selected as guide because of his extensive experience as a pioneer and he steered their trackless route through the boundless prairie for days and days without aid of a compass, consulting only the stars to guide him to their destination.

This company first landed at Sugar Grove April 24, 1834 and built a small cabin made of split Linn logs, on the east side of the grove on the claim of Abraham Miller, Sr.; and under the protection of this rude cabin they the entire company were sheltered until they each had broken up and planted a piece of sod corn, interspersed with Pumpkin and melons. The wife of Abraham Miller, Jr. (Julia Ann Miller) did the cooking for the entire colony. None of the crops were fenced that season, for as soon as the planted they all started back to Indiana with the exception of Abraham Miller (Jr.) and family. At that time there were no other inhabitants within a circle of ten miles.

Abraham Miller, Jr. with his family remained in their cabin at Sugar Grove until the corn had got well out of the ground, when he removed to New Boston where he remained until fall and until the balance of the company returned with their families from Indiana. Of the original company of settlers at Sugar Grove, all but the Millers and Elias Moore went back to Indiana to remain or settled in the vicinity of New Boston while a few additions were made to this colony by several families that returned with them in the fall.

After the corn crops were all gathered, cabins were built for the different families and preparations were made to settle down for the winter. As the nearest grist mills were on Spoon River most of the meal for subsistence was procured by pounding the corn in improved and rudely constructed mortars.

George Miller, Sr., father of Abraham Miller, Jr., to whom I am greatly indebted for many of these facts, emigrated to Oregon in 1847. In many respects he was a remarkable man, a noble type of material out of which our early settlers were made. He was the father of 24 children all of whom he lived to see grown men and women, and bought and gave to each of them a home. All of his children living, but one, are now in Oregon. He died in Oregon September 11, 1874, in his 90th year and until a short time before his death was as vigorous as most men at 45. Nearly all of the Millers moved to Oregon about the same date. They were originally from the State of Tennessee, Crab Orchard, on Doe River, Carter County. They left there for Indiana in the fall of 1812 when the entire country embraced within the limits of that state was occupied by Indians, and pioneer life was one of constant danger. In 1834 they left Montgomery County, Indiana for Mercer County Illinois which brings them to the time of or history. Of the four elder Millers who originally settled at Sugar Grove, 2 were Democrats in Politics, and 2 were Whigs; 2 were pro slavery and 2 were anti-slavery. 2 were Methodists, and 2 were "old school" Predestinarian Baptists. The children followed their fathers in both Politics and religion. Coming from Tennessee and pioneering in Indiana these early pioneers were independent of most of the aids of civilized society; their clothing was mostly home-made from wool and flax; a spring pole mortar pounded their meal, Their axes built houses, fences and implements; their rifles repleted empty larders.

Soon after the Millers settled at the Grove they made of a Boulder a small grist mill and upon it they and their neighbors ground their grain About 1838 they built a saw mill on Edwards River and a year after a Grist mill and shortly after this a flour mill..

Three of the Millers were blacksmiths and they made their own mill irons when later they built a better Grist mill and also a saw mill.


April 24, 1834, Abraham Miller left Montgomery County, Indiana for the Illinois country (Mercer county), bounding on the Mississippi River. He was accompanied by Abraham Miller, Jr., and family, George Miller, Sr. (His Brother), Isaac Miller, Jr., Jacob Miller, Elias Miller, Ben Welch, Dr. John Kester, William Moore; Jim Kester and John Miller, Jr. They all proposed putting crops in, & then return to Illinois in the fall. Abraham and Family made permanent settlement that spring.(The Heritage, Albany Oregon, Volume 5, Number 1, January 1991, Page 1, Col 2.(Ref: Story by Ruth Giffin about Abraham Miller. ))

Abraham Miller made a number of maps of the Area trying to show which were military and which were congress lands. He had no colors, so he chewed wildflowers for the different colors to dye the maps.

When they frst arrived at Sugar Grove, they built a small cabin of split Lynn logs on the east side of Sugar Grove on the claim of Abraham Miller, Sr. Everyone lived under this roof until each had broken up and planted a piece of sod with corn, pumpkins and melons. Mrs. Miller did the cooking for the whole crowd. Isaac Miller put in a crop for his father, John Miller, Sr. on the Northeast corner, John Miller for his brother George, between north and Northeast of the grove. Elias Moore on the west side, and George Miller, Sr. on the southeast. No-one got their crops fenced as it was so late in the season. As soon as all the crops were put in everyone put out for home in Indiana, leaving Abraham Miller, Sr. and family alone.

The following year (1835) they all moved to Illinois from Indiana.

Sugar Grove was named for the large number of Sugar Maples that were growing there. Also known as the Grove.

July 21, 1838 The Regular Baptist Church of Jesus Christ, of Edwards River Formed in home of George Miller. (Church and Family History Research Assistance for Primitive Baptist Churches in Mercer County, Illinois)

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Miller, Abraham (P20113)
 
39112 Source: Abstracts of Stamford Probate Records - Book One compiled by Spencer P. Mead:

Talmadge, Jonathan, late of Stamford, Oct. 4, 1757, letters of administration on his estate granted to Thomas Talmadge, page 96.

Talmadge, Jonathan, late of Stamford, inventory taken Jan. 17, 1758, by John Holmes and Charles Weed, and filed Feb. 7, 1758, by Deacon Talmadge, administrator, page 190.

Talmadge, Jonathan, late of Stamford, Feb. 17, 1758, agreement between his widow, Elizabeth Talmadge, (his children now deceased) and his brothers and sisters, viz: James Talmadge, Hannah, wife of Gideon Kellogg, and Mary Talmadge, page 241.

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Talmadge, Jonathan (P7424)
 
39113 Source: Abstracts of Stamford Probate Records - Book Two compiled by Spencer P. Mead:

Lounsbury, Nathan, late of Stamford, will dated Apr. 16, 1793, probated Aug. 6, 1793, all to his wife Elizabeth for life, remainder to his children, of whom were mentioned Nathan, Enos, Phineas, Silvanus, and Elizabeth. Executor his son Enos. Witnesses John Shepard, Polly Buxton, and Reuben Scofield, page 186. Inventory taken Nov. 5, 1793, by Reuben Scofield and Nathan Scofield, and filed Nov. 5, 1793, page 188.

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Lounsbury, Nathan (P1175)
 
39114 Source: Hopkins County Obituaries Prior to 1929 by June England Tuck, Vol. 1, page 308: Loose obituary dated 1894:

"Waits, Al, Mrs. - who was shot by a negro brute several weeks since, was laid to rest in the Odd Fellow Cemetery. She lived just 52 days subsequent to her sad misfortune. Just last November we saw her standing at the altar waiting to be pronounced a bride, with her eyes glowing with happiness and her cheeks beaming with love. The name of Florence Fulmer is familiar in every home and her sad death will almost break every heart. She was a bride of twenty summers."

Odd Fellows Cemetery, Hopkins County, Texas; Tombstone transcription:
Maud Fulmer, b. July 21, 1881, d. July 11, 1897;
on stone with Florence Fulmer Waits;
stone erected by sister, Edna Fulmer

Allen and Florence were married on November 29, 1893. The incident described above occurred less than nine months later. Allen continued to live with Florence's parents, James and Alice Fulmer, until they passed away. It is not clear from the census reports that Allen was ever able to work after being wounded that night. 
Fulmer, Florence (P110299)
 
39115 Spelled various ways including Lounsbury, Lounsberry, etc.


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Lounsborough, Richard (P697)
 
39116 Spouses--Emil Fafri; Bertie Leonel Eggers; George Derward (Dairy) Davidson; Charles Mertford Palmer; Earl Charles Johnson.

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11 June 1900 census of Smith River, Del Norte County, CA, found the LeClair family living in dwelling #187. George and Elizabeth said that they had been married 17 years and Elizabeth said that all 7 of her children were still living:

George LeClair 3/1852 48 NY Canada England - Stationary engineer
Elizabeth LeClair 6/1858 42 CA Germany Germany - Wife
Edith LeClair 6/1885 15 CA NY CA - Daughter
Nora LeClair 8/1888 11 CA NY CA - Daughter
Sarah LeClair 2/1893 7 CA NY CA - Daughter
George LeClair 1/1895 5 CA NY CA - Son



14 January 1920 census of Rohnerville, Humboldt County, CA, fouond the Davidson and Fafri families living in dwelling #193:

Derwood Davidson 45 NE US US - No employment
Edith Davidson 33 CA CA CA - Wife
Bessie Davidson 17 WA NE CA - Daughter
Hazel Davidson 15 WA NE CA - Daughter
Frances Fafri 14 CA Switzerland CA - Step-daughter
Burl Fafri 4 1/12 CA Switzerland CA - Step-son 
Block, Edith Florence (P62518)
 
39117 Spouses--Mistorn; Albert Finley Belieu; Al Sutherland; Albert E. Jaeger; Zussman; Benny Bender div; Ernest Johnson dec; Donald E. Harris div/dec; Frank Leland Hale dec

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52939234



22 January 1920 census of Crescent City, Del Norte County, CA, found the Fafri family living in dwelling #278. Emil said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1885 and was naturalized in 1893:

Emil Fofri 47 Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland - Divorced, Laborer - Railroad
Emil 17 CA Switzerland CA
Florence 15 CA Switzerland CA
Frances 14 CA Switzerland CA
Lillian 12 CA Switzerland CA
Alyce 10 CA Switzerland CA
Alfred 9 CA Switzerland CA 
Fafri, Florence Elizaberth (P62538)
 
39118 SR. THEOPHILUS RUCKER3 FREEMAN (ALEXANDER2, JOHN1) was born June 01, 1830 in Bedford Co., Tn., and died July 08, 1916 in Bell Buckle, Tn.. He married (1) MARGARETHINKLE BIGHAM March 31, 1852 in Rutherford Co., Tn., daughter of ELIHU BIGHAM and MARY LISENBY. She was born February 26, 1831 in Bedford Co., Tn., and died November 26, 1862 in Izard Co., Ark. He married (2) NANCY EMILY CLARK March 13, 1866 in Izard Co., Ark., daughter of JAMES CLARK and SUSANA DANIEL. She was born August 25, 1837 in Tennessee, and died March 07, 1886 in Izard Co., Ark.. He married (3) REBECCA S. CLARKDecember 01, 1886 in Izard Co., Ark., daughter of JAMES CLARK and SUSANA DANIEL. She was born April 11, 1844 in Tennessee, and died February 23, 1899 in Bell Buckle, Tn..  Freeman, Theophilus R (P85866)
 
39119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P16433)
 
39120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P16438)
 
39121 SS#445-07-1746 Truck said to have rolled over and crushed his chest. DOA at Hospital. Poteet Funeral Home: Weston, Billy Buster (P17389)
 
39122 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P10043)
 
39123 Starting out as an orphan child did not stop Robert Napier from becoming a successful example to his peers. Militia officer, plantation owner, vestryman of his parish, man of influence. All these terms describe him. His father, though well known in his own time, did not attain his son's stature in public service, and it would be several generations down the line before his descendants equaled him.

Upon the death of Dr. Patrick Napier in the early months of 1669, Robert was a nine year old without a father. Land wise, he was well taken care of, however, for he would inherit half of a huge plantation of 1500 acres in New Kent County upon the death of his mother, as set out in his father's will dated 26, February 1668/9 and proved less than two months later.

In 1712, the Napiers had removed from their Pamunkey Neck plantation to the Tuckahoe Creek area of Henrico County, which would itself, not many years hence, be taken off into Goochland County. Volume 1714-1718 of records, Henrico County, containing wills and deeds, etc., page 59, has a deed from John Ellis to Robert Napier for five Thousand pounds of tobacco. It was for 150 acres by the mouth of Peter's branch where it entered Tuckahoe Creek. It is dated 3, December 1715 and was presented at December Term of court. Witnesses were Frances Epes, Jr., Thomas Williamson and Bouth Napier, the eldest child of Capt. Robert Napier, who was then only 23 years of age. Napier sold this land on 1 January 1717 to Nicholas Cox of Charles City County and we see the unique signature (copied by the clerk) RNapier for the first time ( the R and N joined by one stroke of the pen), differentiating it from the signature of his son of the same name. (This was proved at April Court 1718, p. 240 op. cit.) 
Napier, Capt. Robert (P1044)
 
39124 Stephen Hopkins (born about 1582 1644), was a tanner and merchant who was one of the passengers on the Mayflower in 1620, settling in Plymouth Colony. Hopkins was recruited by the Merchant Adventurers to provide governance for the colony as well as assist with the colony's ventures. He was a member of a group of passengers known to the Pilgrims as "The Strangers" since they were not part of the Pilgrims' religious congregation. Hopkins was one of forty-one signatories of the Mayflower Compact and was an assistant to the governor of the colony through 1636.

Sea Venture shipwreck and Mutiny

There is some evidence that the Stephen Hopkins who arrived on the Mayflower was the man of that name who had arrived in Virginia in 1609 aboard the new flagship of the Virginia Company, the Sea Venture, on which Sir George Somers took the helm.[citation needed] That Stephen Hopkins had embarked as a Minister's Clerk on the "Sea Venture", the Admiral of the Fleet. The ship was on the way to the Jamestown Colony in Virginia with much needed supplies when it was deliberately driven onto the reefs of Bermuda to prevent its foundering as a result of the damage it had sustained during a severe storm. All aboard, 150 passengers and crew and a dog, survived. The ship's longboat was fitted with a mast and sent to Virginia for help, but it and its crew were never seen again. Hopkins attempted to start a mutiny while stranded on the island. He was sentenced to death when this was discovered but was eventually set free after complaining of the "ruin of his wife and children". Hopkins and the remaining survivors spent nine months on Bermuda building two smaller ships, the Deliverance and Patience, from Bermuda cedar and materials salvaged from the Sea Venture. He and the other castaways eventually made their way to Jamestown, where Hopkins appears to have stayed for (some say) two years before returning to England. The Hopkins family is considered one of the First Families of Virginia. The story of the Sea Venture shipwreck (and Hopkins' mutiny) is said to be the inspiration for The Tempest by William Shakespeare.

Marriage

1. Mary: (Some old, undocumented sources have claimed Stephen Hopkins, father to Constance and Giles, married Constance Dudley but there is no record to support that claim. The records supporting his being married to Mary do exist- see references.) Mary died in 1613 in Hursley, England while Hopkins was away, perhaps in Virginia.

2. Elizabeth Fisher: married Hopkins at St. Mary Matfellon, Whitechapel, London, on 19 February 1617/8, and was a Mayflower passenger who died in Plymouth, 1639.

Children

Stephen and Mary had three children:

Elizabeth Hopkins, b. abt. 13 Mar 1605, Hursley, Hampshire, England; she more than likely died before the Mayflower voyage.
Constance Hopkins, b. abt. 11 May 1606, Hursley, Hampshire, England; Mayflower passenger; married Nicholas Snow, who came to Plymouth on the ship Anne in 1623; died in Plymouth Colony, 1677.
Giles Hopkins, b. abt. 30 Jan 1608, Hursley, Hampshire, England Mayflower passenger, married Catherine Whelden, daughter of Gabriel Whelden of Malden and Yarmouth

Stephen and Elizabeth had seven children:

Damaris Hopkins, b.abt. 1618; London, England; Mayflower passenger. Died before 1627 Division of Land.
Oceanus Hopkins, b. fall 1620, en route to Plymouth onboard the Mayflower. Died before 1627 Division of Land.
Caleb Hopkins, b. abt. 1623, Plymouth; dead by spring 1651.
Deborah Hopkins, b. abt. 1625, Plymouth, married Andrew Ring, son of William and Mary Ring
Damaris Hopkins, b. abt. 1627, Plymouth, married Jacob Cooke, son of Pilgrim, Francis Cooke and Hester Mayhieu (Cooke)
Ruth Hopkins, b. abt. 1629, Plymouth
Elizabeth Hopkins, b. abt. 1631, Plymouth.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hopkins_(settler) 
Hopkins, Stephen (P64652)
 
39125 Stephen Kennedy, like his father, was a Missionary Baptist preacher in Honey Creek, Crawford County, IL. See more details at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilcrawfo/history/honey.creek.html Kennedy, Stephen (P4910)
 
39126 Stephen S. Ferrel Family History
Posted 27 Dec 2008 by regge188
Taken from History of Crawford and Richland Counties, Wisconsin - Union Publishing Company - Springfield, IL - 1884 http://www.usgennet.org/usa/wi/county/crawford/history/chap32.htm Stephen S. Ferrel was born at Botetourt Co., Va., in 1815. In 1820 his parents moved to Sangamon Co., Ill., settling on Lick creek, six miles south of Springfield, which was then a "squatter" village. His father, who was a Revolutionary soldier, died in 1823. He married, in 1840, Eliza Jane Todd, who was born in Kentucky, and a distant relative to President Lincoln's wife. When Lincoln was a young lawyer, Mr. Ferrel became well acquainted with him, which acquaintance continued until his removal from the State. He says of Lincoln: "He was the most honest lawyer I ever knew or heard of." When he came to Iowa Co., Wis, he bought land and settled near Dodgeville, but followed mining. In 1850 he moved to Marietta, settling on 160 acres in sections 8 and 9 in Richland creek valley. The entry he made with a land warrant granted to his mother on account of services rendered by his father in the Revolution. He enlisted September, 1861, in company K, 12th Wisconsin Volunteers. He was discharged in September, 1862, on account of hemorrhage of the lungs. He still lives on the old homestead. They have had six children... He has served as chairman of town board of Marietta, about twelve years. The first election after his residence in the town, he was made justice of the peace, which office he has held to this date (1884). Counting his Illinois service, he has been a magistrate nearly half a century. He has always been an active and useful citizen.


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S.S.Ferrell biographical sketch
Posted 20 Aug 2009 by regge188

HISTORY OF CRAWFORD AND RICHLAND COUNTIES, WISCONSIN, PART II, 1884. Union Publishing Company, Springfield, ILL. Republished by Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Massachusetts 01970.

page 599.

S. S. Ferrell was admitted to the bar of Crawford county, in 1871, on examination by a committee consisting of Wm. Dutcher, O. B. Thomas and G. C. Hazleton. Mr. Ferrell read law in Iowa county. He has never practiced his profession. His biography will be found in another chapter. He resides in Marietta.

Page 628

Stephen S. Ferrel was born in Botetourt Co., Va., in 1815. In 1820 his parents moved to Sangamon Co., Ill., settling on Lick creek, six miles south of Springfield, which was then a "squatter" village. His father, who was a Revolutionary soldier, died in 1823. He married, in 1840, Eliza Jane Todd, who was born in Kentucky, and a distanct relative to President Lincoln's wife. When Lincoln was a young lawyer, Mr. Ferrel became well acquainted with him, which acquaintance continued until his removal from the State. He says of Lincoln: "He was the most honest lawyer I ever knew or heard of." When he came to Iowa Co., Wis., he bought land and settled near Dodgeville, but followed mining. In 1850 he moved to Marietta, settling on 160 acres in sections 8 and 9 in Richland creek valley. The entry he made with a land warrant granted to his mother on account of services rendered by his father in the Revolution. He enlisted September, 1861, in Company K, 12th Wisconsin Volunteers. He was discharged in September, 1862, on account of hemorrhage of the lungs. He still lives on the old homestead. They have had six children-- John T., born 1841; William Henry, born 1843, died 1858; James, born 1845; Anna, born 1848; Virginia, born 1852; Edwin is dead. He has served as chairman of town board of Marietta, about twelve years. The first election after his residence in the town, he was made justice of the peace, which office he has held to this date (1884). Counting his Illinois service he has been a magistrate nearly half a century. He has always been an active and useful citizen.
 
Ferrel, Stephen Sherman (P119970)
 
39127 Stephen served as a sergeant in Company H, 113th Illinois Voluntary Infantry during the Civil War.
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5 Aug 1850 census of South Hanover, Jefferson County, IN, found the Hamblin family living in dwelling #346. Next door in dwelling #344 was son Linus and family:

Alfred Hamlin 43 NY Cooper
Sarah 41 IN
Stephen 15 IN Cooper
Mary L. 13 IN
Margaret 11 IN
Mellissa 8 IN
Permelia 6 IN
William J. 4 IN


18 June 1880 census of Jordan, Jasper County, IN, found the Hamblin family living in dwelling #160:

Stephen Hamblin 45 IN Farmer
Annett 42 IL
William 9 IL
Charles 5 IL


June 1900 census of Grant, Newton County, IN, found the Hamblin family living in dwelling #343. Stephen and Annetta said that they had been married 38 years and that none of their children were still living:

Stephen Hamblin 12/1834 65 IN Unk Unk Farmer
Annetta 12/1837 62 IL England NY
 
Hamblin, Stephen (P12326)
 
39128 Stephen, son of Nehemiah Lounsbury, was born in Stamford, Connecticut, or Bedford, New York, in 1758. He was a soldier in the Revolution in the Second Regiment, Westchester County, Colonel Thomas Thomas (p. 208, New York in the Revolution). He died in 1840 at Bedford. He married Sarah Raymond, who was born in 1705, at Bedford, and died February 27, 1852, daughter of Captain James Raymond, who was born at Norwalk, Connecticut, October 2, 1729, and died at Bedford, New York, January 11, 1796, and his wife, Susannah (St. John), who was born June 5, 1735, at Norwalk, and died February 18, 1774, at Bedford, the daughter of Moses and Mercy (Olmstead) St. John. In 1790 Stephen Lounsbury was living in Bedford, according to the first federal census, and had in his family two males over fourteen, two males under that age, and two females. He was a farmer, and a Whig in politics. He died and is buried at Croton, New York. Among his children was John, of whom further.

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Birth: 1758
Death: Dec. 3, 1839

Per transcript aged 81

Family links:
Spouse:
Sarah Lounsbery (1765 - 1852)

Burial:
Lounsbery-Fountain Family Cemetery
Bedford
Westchester County
New York, USA
Plot: 16

Created by: lulu
Record added: Mar 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86326469 
Lounsbury, Stephen (P7344)
 
39129 Stewart Carson Jr. became a noted Depression-era American painter under the name Stuart Carson Edie.

Refer to: http://www.acmefineart.com/edie.htm

Refer to: http://www.askart.com/AskART/artists/search/Search_Grid.aspx?searchtype=MUSEUMS&artist=17699 
Edie, Stewart Carson (P37477)
 
39130 Still born.

Death certificate can be viewed at: http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1910/1910_00036760.TIF&Fln=2240338.pdf 
Gilmore, Unnamed (P21264)
 
39131 Stillborn McCombs, Unnamed (P14188)
 
39132 Stillborn infant.


Death certificate: http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1910/1910_00021280.PDF 
Henry, Infant (P47386)
 
39133 Stillborn.


http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=stephens&GSiman=1&GScid=99200&GRid=10255606& 
Stephens, Baby (P27777)
 
39134 Story by John Ammon Powell:
My Father, James Powell, is from North Carolina – My Mother was Jemima Wimmer Powell – She was born in the state of Indiana.
My Father was a partaker of the Missouri persecutions against the Latter Day Saints. At one time he refused to sign a petition against the Mormons – In consequence of his refusal the mob used violence against him – crushed one side of his skull with the barrel of a gun – After a long sick spell he recovered. There was damage to his brain and necessary surgical repair, causing him to be subject to an occasional “black out” (seizure) and the left side of his body to remain paralyzed.
My Parents arrived in Utah, October 13, 1852 – We came in the Company of Captain Robert Wimmer – Who was my Father’s Father-In-Law and my Grandfather. We went directly to Ogden, Utah. We lived there until 1854. My Father was drowned in the Weber River – West of Ogden – July 2, 1854. He was crossing the river on his horse – he fainted, fell off the horse and was drowned. I was in my 10th year.
 
Powell, James (P78883)
 
39135 Supposedly hanged as a witch in Salem, MA. Pennoyer, Martha (P739)
 
39136 Supposedly pressed to death for witchcraft at Salem, MA. Corey, Giles (P1154)
 
39137 Surname also spelled "Yoachum" and "Yokum". Yocum, Jacob Levi (P67997)
 
39138 Surname appears as both Casaretto and Cassaretto.



Rose Sterling Darnall married John Cassaretto around 1923. This was John's first marriage at age 41. They divorced about one year later.



17 year old Giovanni Casareto from Genoa, Italy, was aboard the S.S. La Gascogne which sailed from Havre, France, and arrived in New York, NY, on 6 November 1898. He was bound for San Francisco, CA, and showed his employment as "laborer".

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26 April 1910 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found John living with Dionisio Perma and family in dwelling #9. He said that he had immigrated to the United States in 1900:

John Casseretta 28 Italy Italy Italy - Boarder, Single, General work - Tannery



In his WWI Draft Registration Card dated 12 Sept 1918, John Giovani Cassaretto said that he was born 22 October 1881 in Italy. He was living at 141 Wellesley Crescent, Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA. He was employed as a farmer by George A. Merrill in Gilroy, Santa Clara County, CA. He listed his next of kin as his brother, Joseph Cassaretto, who lived on Diller Street in Redwood City, CA.



5 Jan 1920 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living in dwelling #51 on Madison Avenue:

Joseph Casaretto 42 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1894
Mary T. 31 CA Italy Italy
Amile J. 12 CA Italy CA
Eugene D. 8 CA Italy CA
Catherine A. 1 6/12 CA Italy CA
John Casaretto 38 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1898
Gienbastiste 40 Italy Gardener - Private family, Immigrated 1900


18 April 1930 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living in dwelling #492 on Brewster Avenue. John and Florence said that they were first married at ages 41 and 17 respectively:

John Casaretto 48 Italy Italy Italy Gardener, Immigrated to the United States in 1891
Florence 49 Italy Italy Italy Wife, Immigrated to the United States in 1903


15 April 1940 census of Redwood City, San Mateo County, CA, found the Casaretto family living at 188 Duane Street. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

John Casaretto 57 Italy - 3 years of education, Gardner - Private homes, Earned $1000 in past year
Florence Casaretto 59 Italy - 3 years of education 
Cassaretto, John Giovanni (P373)
 
39139 Surname appears as both DYER and DYAR.



11 September 1850 census of Franklin, Owen County, IN, found the Dyer family living in dwelling #435:

Samuel Dyer 53 VA - Farmer
Celia 50 NC
Charles 21 IN - Farmer
Mahala 19 IN
Samuel 14 IN
William 10 IN
Elizabeth 7 IN


7 July 1860 census of Township 6 Range 13 (Hardinsville), Crawford County, IL, found the Dyar family living in dwelling #1397, next door to son Samuel and family in dwelling #1396:

Samuel Dyar 60 VA - Farmer
Susana 57 KY
Celia 10 IN
George 5 IN 
Dyar, Samuel (P6157)
 
39140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P2766)
 
39141 Surname changed to "Miles". Dawson, Robert Lawrence II (P3773)
 
39142 Surname in Tennessee marriage license shown as George "Dammon".



9 Nov 1850 census of Division 3, Tippah County, MS, found the Damron family living in dwelling #926:

George Dammon 34 IL - Farmer
Mary A. 34 GA
Martha J. 12 TN
Mary C. 10 MS
Cynthia A. 9 TN
John S. 8 TN
Barbara E. 6 TN
Frances M. 3 MS


1 July 1870 census of Mill Creek, Izard County, AR, found the Damron family living in dwelling #8:

George Damiron 54 IL - Farmer
Maryan 54 PA
William 16 AR
Henry B. 10 AR


1 June 1880 census of Newberg, Izard County, AR, found the Johnston and Damron families living in dwelling #92:

Thomas Johnston 45 TN TN TN - Farmer
Frances Johnston 34 MS NC AL
Mary Johnston 13 AR TN MS
Samuel Johnston 11 AR TN MS
Sarah Johnston 10 AR TN MS
Edna Johnston 8 AR TN MS
Barbara Johnston 5 AR TN MS
Martha Johnston 11/12 AR TN MS - Born June 1879
George Damron 63 IL KY NC - Farmer
Mary Damron 62 GA GA GA 
Damron, George (P29841)
 
39143 Survived for one one day. Schenk, Janice Debra (P33173)
 
39144 Survivors include sons Robert, Green, Frank & Roy, daughters Stella Lowe, Linda Sex, Mrs Edward Hauser & Mrs George Grant.

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17 August 1850 census of Division 1, Pulaski County, KY, found the Ping family living in dwelling #238:

Stephen Ping 41 KY - Farmer
Nancy 37 KY
Will V. 19 KY - No employment
Darson 14 KY
Mary 13 KY
Benjamin 11 KY
Amanda E. 9 KY
Eliza A. 7 KY
Abner 6 KY
Robert 4 KY
Liza 2 KY
Anna 1 KY


1880 Census found Benjamin Ping (48), wife Nancy (36) and children Malinda (10), Francis (8), Loy (6), Edward (3), Mirtie (1), Robert (16), Nannie (17) and stepdaughter Mary Funderburk (16) living in Joplin, Jasper County, MO. Benjamin was employed as a lead miner. 
Ping, Benjamin Franklin (P3164)
 
39145 Sydney served as a private in Company "E", 97th Illinois Infantry, during the Civil War:

http://genealogytrails.com/ill/jasper/97infantry.html 
Cummins, Sidney F. (P30213)
 
39146 t Newspaper clipping, "Gravette News Herald", Wed. 5/19/1993: Works for Johnson Automotive, Lowell, Ark.: Married at New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church with Roy Galyean officiating: Res. 1993, 17141 Smith Ridge Rd., Garfield, Ark.



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Obituary -

Bobby Lee Setser, 65, of Garfield, went to be with his Lord & Savior, Saturday, December 11, at his home. He was born January 16, 1946 "beside the tracks" in Gravette, to Orval and Dell Hamilton Setser.

He lived his entire life in Benton County, attending elementary school in Gravette and graduating from Bentonville High School in 1964. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for the Benton County Road Department, McClinton Anchor, Wilks Construction Company, and even owned his own dump truck at one time. He then worked as a diesel mechanic and welder for McClarty Truck Leasing (Shipley Motor Company) that evolved into a traveling parts salesman/consultant. He ended his salesman/consulting career at Johnson Truck and Trailer and later retired from Tucks Chapel Lawnmower shop.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother James (Jr.) Setser; and his father-in-law, Billy Benton Hollaway.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Kathy Hollaway Setser, of the home, whom he met at the Jan-Lin Drive Inn in March 1968, and they were married May 25, 1968; his two daughters, Michelle Setser Dye and husband John, Melita Setser, and granddaughters, Taylor and Faith, all of Garfield; his mother-in-law, Kathalene Hollaway of Garfield; one brother, Dean Setser and "favorite" sister-in-law Linda; one sister, Marge Gentry and husband Pratt all of Avoca; five nieces, two nephews, several great-nieces and nephews, and one very special great-great nephew, Mason Huempfner; his "cussin" buddy Chris McKenzie and a very caring physician and friend, Dr. Gary Neaville.

Visitation will be Monday, December 13, 5:50p.m.-8:00p.m. at Sisco Funeral Home in Pea Ridge. Graveside services will be held at Bayless Cemetery, Tuesday, December 14, 11:00a.m. with Frankie Sutherland officiating at Bob's request.

Pallbearers will be nephew, Rusty Setser, great-nephew, Josh Huempfner, longtime friends, Bill Watson, Ronnie Austin, Larry Mills and Marty Seamster. Honorary pallbearers are nephew, James Setser, great-great nephew Mason Huempfner and special friends Chris and Clarence McKenzie, James Layes and Dr. Gary Neaville.

Memorial donation may be made to Bayless Cemetery Association, c/o Sharon Barnett, P.O. Box 14, Gateway, Arkansas, 72733.

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Setser, Bobby Lee (P3865)
 
39147 Taken from "Smith County History" article T-115, pages 228 - 231

Horseshoe Bend is a section of land in the old 20th District. It is seven
miles long, averages about three miles in width and is bounded by the
Cumberland River on three sides. It has always been spoken of as the upper
end, that being the part in the bend of the river containing about 2000
acres, two-thirds of which is bottom land.

There is no doubt but that the Indians had a village just above the flood
level of the river. About an acre of land is black and contains hundreds of
broken pieces of mussel shells. This place must have been their dump. In
early years, hundreds of Indian arrowheads were picked up everywhere in the
plowed fields. There were beech, walnut, hickory nut, and persimmon trees
for food. Many springs furnished plenty of fresh water for those early
inhabitants.

Much land in Smith County was given to Revolutionary War soldiers as payment
for their services. A grant was given to George Laurence who settled
Kentucky. He sold this grant to William Laurence also of Kentucky, who in
turn sold this land containing 333 1/3 Acres to William Walton in 1803 for
the sum of $555.00. Neither of the Laurences ever lived on the granted land.
The land is usually spoken of as the Moss Farm, now owned by the Upchurch
family. About 1828 John High owned this same land and he built the brick
house which still stands today. It may have been the first brick house in
Smith County since it has been said that people went up and down the river
just to get a look at the house. In recent years the house has been painted
a sparkling white and can be seen from Highway 70 when traveling between
South Carthage and Elmwood.

Another early family to settle in the upper end was James ALLEN (1763-1822)
who had a ferry and advertised in the papers that by way of his ferry was
the nearest route to old Fort Blount Road which led to Dixon Springs.
Jeremiah Belk married his daughter Jane. James Allen, Anne Allen, Jane Belk,
and Margaret Allen, all born between 1763 and 1795 are buried in a cemetery
located on a high prominence on the Allen land which lies across the road
from Green Valley Church. (*Allen Cemetery)

The road leading to Allen's ferry from Carthage, took a route along present
day Third Avenue, skirting to the North of Ridgewood Cemetery and proceeding
up Ed Myer's bottom and along the North bank of the Cumberland River. After
crossing on the ferry it was a short trip to a point just below the present
day site of Elmwood, where the Walton Trail intersected with other routes.

Charges for ferrying an individual, horse or cart across Allen's ferry is
not known today, but it is known that the county court set the price that
ferry operators were to charge at that time. Most early-day ferries were
flat bottom boats and during periods of gentle flow, could be poled across.
At other times ferry boat operators employed the use of horses and long
ropes to pull their craft across. 
Allen, James (P23662)
 
39148 TEC 3   US Army Fairchild, Samuel P Jr (P102498)
 
39149 TEC 5 - US ARMY - WORLD WAR II

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19 April 1930 census of Martin, Crawford County, IL, found the Neeley family living in dwelling #217. Lester and Flora said that they were first married at ages 25 and 18 respectively:

Lester V. Neely 32 IL IL IL - Farmer
Flora 25 IL
Lucille 6 IL
Ralph 4 2/12 IL
Irene 3 1/12 IL
June 1 8/12 IL
Reva 8/12 IL


22 April 1940 census of Martin, Crawford County, IL, found the Neeley family living in dwelling #238. They said that they lived at the same place on 1 April 1935:

Flora B. Neeley 35 IL - Married, 7 years of education
Lucille K. 16 IL - Single, 8 years of education
Ralph M. 14 IL - 7 years of education
Irene B. 13 IL - 7 years of education
Junie M. 11 IL - 5 years of education
Reva L. 10 IL - 3 years of education
Rosanna 9 IL - 3 years of education
Blanche M. 8 IL - 2 years of education
Jesse F. 6 IL - 1 year of education
Ena M. 2 IL
Eva E. 1 IL 
Neeley, Ralph Eugene (P5855)
 
39150 Temple Wayne settled in Audrain County, MO, in 1827 according to "A History of The Pioneer Families of Missouri", page 412.

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12 August 1850 census of District 4, Audrain County, MO, found the Wayne family living in dwelling #62:

Temple Wayne 52 VA - Farmer
E. G. 43 SC
John 20 MO
J. H. 19 MO
Lucy A. 14 MO
G. W. 13 MO
E. A. 11 MO
L. E. 9 MO
M. S. 8 MO
A. R. 6 MO
F. B. 4 MO


6 August 1860 census of Mound City, Linn County, KS, found the Wayne family living in dwelling #945:

J. Wain 30 MO
Nancy 21 MO
James 3 KS
D. 60 KY
E. 50 SC
Alfred 15 MO
Franklin 13 MO
Lucy Burk 25 MO



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Temple Wayne, Sr.
Birth: 18 DEC 1798 in Campbell Co., VA
Death: 1 JAN 1861 in Mound City, Linn Co., KS (Dingus/Wayne Cemetery)
Sex: M
Father: John Wayne (Whayne) Sr. b. 1752
Mother: Mary ??

Spouses & Children

Lorinda Peyton (1st Wife) b. ABT 1798
Marriage: 14 JUN 1821 in Bourbon Co., KY
Children:
Mary Gemina Wayne b. 24 APR 1824 in Bourbon Co., KY

William Wayne b. 30 MAR 1822 in Bourbon Co., KY

Temple Wayne, Jr. b. 13 MAR 1826 in Bourbon Co., KY

Joseph Wayne b. 26 DEC 1826 in Bourbon Co., KY

Lorinda Jane Wayne b. 16 NOV 1828 in Audrian Co., MO

John Hamilton Wayne b. NOV 1830 in Audrian Co., MO

James H. Wayne b. 1832 in Audrian Co., MO



Elizabeth Gregg (2nd Wife) b. 24 FEB 1807 in SC
Marriage: 12 MAR 1835 in Callaway Co., MO
Children:
Lucy Ann Wayne b. 22 DEC 1836

George B. Wayne b. 1 MAR 1837

Elizabeth Angeline Wayne b. 23 JUN 1839

Lorinda Emily Wayne b. 30 AUG 1841

Martha Susan Wayne b. 12 FEB 1842 in Audrian Co., MO

Alfred Riley Wayne b. 28 OCT 1844 in Mexico, Audrian Co., MO

Franklin Bert Wayne b. 25 JUN 1846 in Audrian Co., MO

Nancy Ellen (Twin) Wayne b. 12 JUN 1848

Noah F. (Twin) Wayne b. 12 JUN 1848

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