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2151 Webster County was created 10 January 1860 from Nicholas, Braxton and Randolph Counties.
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The WestVirginiaCemeteryPreservationAssociation shows the Peter Hamrick cemetery at 38.51879 -80.20267.
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Hamrick, Peter (I5546)
 
2152 Webster County was created 10 January 1860 from Nicholas, Braxton and Randolph Counties.
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Hamrick, David (I5463)
 
2153 Webster County was created on January 10, 1860 from parts of Braxton, Nicholas and Randolph counties.
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Per Bernice Gregory notes in possession of Tracy North he was born 27 Jul 1883.
1918 Draft registration card has 27 Jul 1883.
1942 Draft registration card has 27 May 1883.
SSDI has 27 Jul 1883.

I assumed 1942 draft registration is incorrect.
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Per Bernice Gregory notes in possession of Tracy North:
Born Thomas Levi, changed name to Thomas Lawson.
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The Bennetts Addition in c1920 probably refers to the Highland Ave - Bennetts Street area of Webster Springs. Bennetts Addition appears to refer to land locations.
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Per 12/31/12 email from Dade North Memorial Park (see email archives)

... (they) are resting in the Garden of Bougainville Lot 39 space 3 & 4.

Location Manager
Dade North Memorial Park
1301 Opa Locka Blvd
Miami, Florida 33167
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Gregory, Thomas Levi (I5519)
 
2154 Webster County was created on January 10, 1860 from parts of Braxton, Nicholas and Randolph counties.
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Son George Washington Gregory death certificate says father born Bath Co. VA.
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Currence and Harriet Gragory family photo person identification received from Cindy Gregory Blevins 7/29/12 (see email archive):
Back row, left to right: William J. b. 1862, Issac Lee b. 1865, Peter F. b. 1858, David F. b.1856, Jesse H. b.1857 & Theodore Gavin b.1867.
Middle row left to right: John Wesley b.1854, Adam Hinkle b. 1952, Currence & Harrett Payne Gregory, George W. b. 1860 & Benjamin F. b.1863.
Front row: Thomas Alfred b. 1869, Nancy b. 1871, Isiah Newton b. 1879 & Shepherd M. b. 1873.
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Many people have Currence Gregory and Harrier Payne married 12 Feb 1852 in Braxton County.
I could find no evidence of this nor could I find anybody citing the information that also cited a source.
Therefore, I ignored it.
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Gregory, Currence (I5577)
 
2155 wedding photo at https://familysearch.org/photos/images/846997
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from http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fredericknewspost/obituary.aspx?n=irene-droneburg&pid=168494687&fhid=9950

Mrs. Irene Droneburg, 88, of Frederick, died Thursday, March 12, 2009, at Glade Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Walkersville.

She was the widow of John Wesley Droneburg Jr., who died in 1993. Born Jan. 31, 1921, in Frederick, she was the daughter of the late Joseph Arthur and Lula Irene Pettingall .

Mrs. Droneburg was a graduate of the Frederick High School, Class of 1939. She worked for many years at Delphey's Sport Store, and later retired in 1984 from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, Gaithersburg.

She was a member of the Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, the Women of the Moose 347, Frederick, the United Steam and Fire Engine, #3 Ladies Auxiliary, and was active in the Frederick High School Reunion Committee.

She is survived by one son, John W. Droneburg III, and wife, Deborah, of Frederick; three grandchildren, Daniel E. Ryley and Brittany R. Ryley, both of Frederick, and Stephanie Behling and husband, Josef, of Adamstown; great-granddaughter, Madeline Behling; one brother, Donald E. and wife, Lillian, of Frederick; one sister, Nancy N. Krabill, of Queen Anne's; sisters-in-law, Mary Droneburg Setters, of Jefferson, and Josephine Barger, of Frederick; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

She was preceded in death by two brothers, Pvt. James Austin , killed in action in World War II, and Robert L. .

The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, March 15, at Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, March 16, at Etchison Memorial Chapel of the funeral home, with Pastor Timothy S. May officiating. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery Frederick. 
Null, Irene Regina (I7430)
 
2156 Well is about 1.4 miles from Alford
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Many have Hugo marrying Isabel. Some have them married in 1561 at Alford, others have 1560 at nearby Well. I could find no evidence of either marriage. Nor could I find a source for the name Isabel. I did find a 1591 death record for an Isabel Wardell. I have noted her as the wife of Hugo but note this is conjecture on my part. Consider the Isabel connection unproven.
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Isabel (I1669)
 
2157 Well is about 1.4 miles from Alford
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Many have Hugo marrying Isabel. Some have them married in 1561 at Alford, others have 1560 at nearby Well. I could find no evidence of either marriage. Nor could I find a source for the name Isabel. I did find a 1591 death record for an Isabel Wardell. I have noted her as the wife of Hugo but note this is conjecture on my part. Consider the Isabel connection unproven.
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Wardwell, Hugo (I1670)
 
2158 West Virginia was formed from Virginia 1863
Mineal Co. was formed from Hampshire in 1866.
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See notes for Archibald A. Young for list of will books checked.
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From LDS website
Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1983, Allegany at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24104-2379-73?cc=1803986&wc=13659646#uri=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.familysearch.org%2Frecords%2Fwaypoint%2F13659609

Orphan's Court Proceedings, 1791-1820, Vol. A
William Young, blacksmith apprentice to Jacob Richards, A/163 image 92, William son of Samuel, age 13,
abt Aug 1815
William Young, sadler apprentice transferred from Jacob Richards to James M. White A/178 image 99, William son
of Samuel, age 13, abt Oct 1815

Orphan's Court Proceedings, 1840-1849, Vol. D
William Young, Allegany Co. levy of $50 for support of two children of Alexander Deevers (pauper?) to William Young,
D/257, 9 Aug 1848

No way to tell if this is the correct William Young but noted here anyhow.
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On 3/5/8 called Mineral Co. County Clerk's office to check will for YOUNG, WILLIAM D (Will Book 2, page 248). It appears to not be the correct William Young. Lists wife as Annie B. Young, child as Bertha May Young, neither of which match.
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In http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/wvminera/2000-01/0948230320

From: "Lonny J. Watro" [email address see notes]

Subject: [WVMINERA] John A. YOUNG, William YOUNG late 1700's.
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:18:40 -0500

According to SIMS Index to Land Grants In WV Hampshire Co. VA (Mineral Co
WV) 1762 - 1863:

YOUNG, John granted 66 acres, desc. Gr Cacapon, in 1818 book 5, page 226.
YOUNG, John granted 260 acres, desc. Cacapon, in 1777, book 2, page 85.
YOUNG, William granted 337 acres, desc. Potomac River, in 1793, book 6, page
300
YOUNG, William granted 50 acres, desc. Wts Potomac, in 1791, book 6, page 9
YOUNG, William Jr, granted 50 acres, desc. Breakneck Hill, in 1796, book 9,
page 50

In 1788 William YOUNG purchase "50 acres on South branch", in Hampshire
County, according to pg. 402 of "History of Hampshire County".

In 1782 John A. YOUNG held 12 1/4 acres near Frankfort, 246 1/2 acres Middle
Ridge, & 65 acres PCD.

John YOUNG and William YOUNG appear in the 1782 State of VA Enumerations
Hampshrie Co.

Henry YOUNG and John YOUNG appear in the 1784 State or VA Enumerations
Hampshire Co.

Henry YOUNG, James YOUNG, John YOUNG, and Robert YOUNG are listed in the
Hampshire Co. 1810 Census.

Robert YOUNG and Samuel YOUNG are listed in the Hampshire Co. 1820 Census.

George YOUNG is the only YOUNG listed in the Hampshire Co. 1830 Census.

By 1840 the only YOUNG in the Hampshire Co. 1840 Census is William YOUNG
(possibly William YOUNG, Jr.)

I have an ancester whose maiden name is supposedly "YOUNG". She is Ghuyla
our Gouly Ann YOUNG b. 1824 m. Arthur ALLEN b. 1814. The first child of
Arthur and Gouly ALLEN is William ALLEN and their 3rd child is named John
ALLEN (named for William and John YOUNG, maybe?)

Does anyone have any information on the descendants to William YOUNG Sr &
Jr, or John YOUNG? Are William Sr & Jr, John, Henry, James, Robert and
George YOUNG related?

The index of Mineral County Wills shows the following wills for the YOUNG
surname:

YOUNG, ANNIE E, Will Book 2, page 351
YOUNG, LENORA S, Will Book 15, page 127
YOUNG, ROBERT N, Will Book 4, page 160
YOUNG, WILLIAM D, Will Book 2, page 248

March 10, 1824, George YOUNG married Elizabeth NICKOLSON in Hampshire Co.
Dec 31, 1824, Jacob RANNELLS married Sarah YOUNG in Hampshire Co.

Another YOUNG that I have found in the Hampshire/Mineral Co. area is A.A. YOUNG who is buried in Eusebia Cemetery on route 46 four miles west of Fort Ashby. A.A. YOUNG was 2nd corporal in Company A, 33rd VA infantry during the Civl War. He was wounded July 21, 1861, at Bull Run, left the company and went home in September, 1862. A.A. Young died September 3, 1878.

A. H. YOUNG also participated in the Civil War, but I do not know in what capacity.

I do not know if A. A. YOUNG is related to my Gouly (YOUNG) ALLEN or not. But, Gouly (YOUNG) ALLEN also was a member of the Eusebia Church as was A.A. YOUNG.

The Hampshire Co. 1850 Census shows Delia YOUNG age 12, living with Arthur and Gouly Ann ALLEN. Delia might be a younger sister to Gouly Ann (YOUNG)
ALLEN.

Other YOUNG families listed in the 1850 Cenus are:

Young Abraham 46 M, Farmer, VA
Young Susanna 44 F, VA
Young Lydia 17 F, VA
Young Isaac 14 M, VA
Young Catharine 13 F, VA
Young Abraham 12 M, VA
Young Susan 8 F, VA
Young Mary 5 F, VA
Young Barbara A. 4 F, VA

Young William 52 M Laborer ,MD
Young Sarah 45 F, MD
Young Margaret 18 F, MD
Young Archibald 16 M, Laborer, MD
Young Milly 11 F, MD
Young Samuel 5 M, MD

Is anyone searching the YOUNG surname in Mineral/Hampshire Co.?

Thank you,
Lonny J. (BROWN) Watro
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From: wilkinso_j [ancestry.com connection service email address]

Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 11:55 AM
To: dlech2
Subject: Re: I found your profile on Ancestry - requesting more information

Don,

Sorry to take so long to respond but I was out of town over the weekend. I will be happy to share what information I have, and while I believe it is accurate, most this information comes from my mother's records which did not record sources, especially for immediate family information. Her grandmother (Mary M. Canfield (3 May 1854-13 Mar 1945) was married to Samuel D. Young (6 Mar 1846-8 Jun 1926). Samuel D. was the son of William (b. ca. 1802 VA.) and Sarah (b. ca. 1810 VA.) Young. He had 5 brothers and sisters—Margaret (b. ca. 1834), Archibald (b. ca. 1836), Delila (b. ca. 1838), Francis (b. ca. 1841), and Gulyann (b. ca. 1828). All appear to have been born in Hampshire County, VA and I think there is a reference to the family in the 1850 census. In WV, Hampshire County was broken up into Morgan, Mineral and Hampshire Counties. It appears the family lived in what is now Morgan County close to Beckley Springs, WV. However, most of the family apparently moved around western West Virginia and western Maryland. As for Archibald's wife, my mother's records are clear that the name was Mary Connelly and she also was born in VA.

I'm sure they are related. Good luck and sorry I can't be of more help. If you have anything you think I might be interested in, please forward it.

Jim
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MDLandRec.net Allegany County 26 p 105: On 11 Mar 1867 Bernard McQuade mortgaged to William Young of Allegany Co. for $110 using 2 mules as colleratal. Debt was repaid 22 Feb 1870.

MDLandRec.net Allegany County 29 p 338: On 14 May 1869 Michael Quigley mortgaged to William Young of Allegany Co. for $600 using 2 mules and 1 horse as colleratal. Debt was repaid 22 Feb 1870.

MDLandRec.net Allegany County 39 p 498: On 28 Jun 1872 Bernard McQuade mortgaged to William Young of Allegany Co. for $1900 using a canal boat name Ann McQuade as colleratal. Repayment plan was complicated and involved canal transports fro Cumberland to Georgetown and Alexandria. Debt was repaid 28 Apr 1875 to Jesse Young for William Young.

MDLandRec.net Allegany County 39 p 557: On 28 Jun 1872 John Gull sold to Wiliam Young of Allegany Co. for $600 3 mules, 1 horse, and his interest in a scow. [something] to Jesse Young 8 Nov 1873.

Additional William Young boat and mule transactions can be traced via http://guide.mdsa.net/series.cfm?action=viewSeries&ID=CE517 and mdlandrec.net.

No idea if these are for the correct William Young but noted here anyhow. It is interesting to note all involve mules and/or boats and William Young was noted as a lockkeeper in 1860. But then again him working at 65 or older also seems impractical. I could find no evidence of a William Young in c1870 Allegany Co. Md or Mineral Co. WVa.
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Young, William (I562)
 
2159 West Virginia was formed from Virginia 1863
Mineal Co. was formed from Hampshire in 1866.
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7/22/2011:
Checked LDS Mineral Co. WV will book v.01 1866-1908 - no Young's found.
Checked LDS Mineral Co. WV will book v.02 1908-1922 - No Young's found for this line.
9/5/2011:
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 22 1865-1913 - no Young's found
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 21 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 20 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 19 1856-1884 - no Young's found
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 18 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 17 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 16 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 15 1849-1851 - no Young's found
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 14 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 13 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 12 - not in LDS system
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 11 1837-1840 - no Young's found
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 10 1832-1836 - no Young's found
Checked LDS Hampshire Co. WV Will book, v. 09 1829-1832 - no Young's found
9/16/2011:
Check LDS Maryland, Probate Estate and Guardianship Files, 1796-1940 - no (correct) Archibald A., James R., Robert W. or spouse estate files found.
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MDLandRec.net Allegany County 52 p 20: On 12 Jun 1878 Archibald A. Young of Allegany Co. sold to Henry M. Young for $80 household goods to repay 15 Mar 1878 debt. No way to tell if this is the correct Archibald since a few were around.
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In http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/wvminera/2000-01/0948230320

From: "Lonny J. Watro" [email address in notes]

Subject: [WVMINERA] John A. YOUNG, William YOUNG late 1700's.
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:18:40 -0500

Excerpts (full email in William Young notes):

Another YOUNG that I have found in the Hampshire/Mineral Co. area is A.A.
YOUNG who is buried in Eusebia Cemetery on route 46 four miles west of Fort
Ashby. A.A. YOUNG was 2nd corporal in Company A, 33rd VA infantry during the
Civl War. He was wounded July 21, 1861, at Bull Run, left the company and
went home in September, 1862. A.A. Young died September 3, 1878.

A. H. YOUNG also participated in the Civil War, but I do not know in what
capacity.

I do not know if A. A. YOUNG is related to my Gouly (YOUNG) ALLEN or not.
But, Gouly (YOUNG) ALLEN also was a member of the Eusebia Church as was A.A.
YOUNG.

The Hampshire Co. 1850 Census shows Delia YOUNG age 12, living with Arthur
and Gouly Ann ALLEN. Delia might be a younger sister to Gouly Ann (YOUNG)
ALLEN.
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At http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wv/mineral/history/frankfort.txt
A.A. Young is noted as a 2nd Lieutenant in Company A, 33rd Virginia Infantry.
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From The American Civil War Research Database at http://asp6new.alexanderstreet.com/cwdb/cwdb.index.map.aspx:
Archibald A. Young (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted on Jun 6 1861 as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into A Company, 33rd Infantry (Virginia) on Jun 6 1861
- Deserted from 33rd Infantry (Virginia) on Nov 24 1862

Promotions:
- Promoted to Corpl (Full, Vol) on Oct 5 1861

Listed as:
- Wounded on Jul 21 1861 at Manassas, VA
- Absent without leave on Aug 15 1861 (Estimated day)
- On rolls on Apr 15 1862
- Absent on Oct 15 1862 (Estimated day)

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)
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Saved for reference only:
The Democratic Alleganian, Cumberland, Maryland, Saturday, November 21, 1857, Page 2 has an Allegany County Estate Notice for an Archibald Young in the Oct term, 1857.
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Young, Archibald A. (I561)
 
2160 What I have noted for the Evan W. Kline & Harriet Siegfried marriage and family is the best I could piece together. It's very confused and disjointed. Below I have noted the most outstanding quirks:

Except for c1850, Harriet and Evan do not appear to live together. In fact in c1880 both claim to be widowed. My best guess is they were seperated and for all practical purposes considered the other dead.

It seems strange the Evan W. & Harriet Cline/Kline c1850 is in Philadelphia. But it also contains a daughter Cecelia (age 1) and it should be noted a Cecelia (age 11) is in c1860 living with John & Ellen Boyd. Ellen Boyd (nee Siegfried) is the sister of Harriet Kline (nee Siegfried)

I have assumed the Ellen married to Kimber C. Wilson is daughter Ellen Kline. Although it must be noted the various census records have differing ages for her c1870/1854, c1880/1857, c1900/Sep 1856, c1910/1862.

I am not sure how this fits in. At http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?rank=1&gsfn=Evan+w&gsln=Kline&gsby=1828&gsb2co=2%2cUSA&gsb2pl=41%2cPennsylvania&gsdy=&gsd2co=2%2cUSA&gsd2pl=41%2cPennsylvania&sbo=0&sbor=&ufr=0&wp=4%3b_80000002%3b_80000003&srchb=r&prox=1&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs-c&pcat=34&h=2189986&recoff=9+28+39+40+41 &db=PAChurchTownRecords&indiv=1 is
Name: Eveline June Kline
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 13 Jul 1849
Baptism Place: Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania
Father Name: Evan W Kline
Mother Name: Harriet R Kline
Organization Name: Trinity Episcopal Church

For Harriet Kline in c1900 it notes 4 children, 3 living. In c1910 it notes 4 children, 2 living. I have found evidence of the following children:
Eveline June abt 1849 (see note above)
Cecelia abt 1849
Jacob abt 1850
Hannah abt 1852
Ellen aka Ellie abt 1854 (see note above for age variances)

Could Cecelia be Eveline June ?

Leon Borst note: He believes that the Harriet listed is probably one of Charles & Ellen's eight daughters who possibly married Evan W. Kline. He seems to disappear for the most part and only shows up in a 1880 census and never appears together with Harriet. 
Siegfried, Harriet (I4837)
 
2161 Where the name Nathan Price came from:

Fact) George Clark, son of James Clark, was born in Md in about 1796.
Fact) Ann Price was born in Va in about 1798.
Fact) James Clark's wife until his death in 1815 was Barbara.
Theory) In 1800 James Clark lived in Cumberland.
Theory) In 1810 James Clark lived in Hampshire Va.
Theory) Near James Clark in 1810 in Hampshire Va, lived Nathan Price and William McMahon.
Fact) James Clark died 1815.
Fact) Barbara Clark married Peter McMahon in 1817.
Fact) Ann Price married George Clark (son of James) in 1818
Fact) 2 female children of Ann Price and George Clark were born in Virginia.
Theory) In 1820 Nathan Price lived in Hampshire Va.
Theory) Near Nathan Price in 1820 in Hampshire Va lived George Clack (not Clark). This man and wife had two female children under 10

My theory: Between 1800 and 1810 James Clark and family moved from Cumberland to Hampshire Va. In 1810 Nathan Price's family (including Ann Price) and James Clark's family (including George Clark) lived nearby. Eventually George and Ann married having their first two daughters in Va while living nearby Ann's family. In the early 1820's George moved to Md.

Peter McMahon may be somehow related to William McMahon, which is how he met Barbara Clark after James Clark died in 1815.

Is Nathan Price related to the Arjalon Price clan ? No idea.

Can I prove this ? Not yet...

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Supporting census records (non-pertinent records also kept)
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c1800 Jas Clark, Md, Allegany, Cumberland (series M32 roll 9 page 13):
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
2 1 - - 1 | 1 - - 1 -

Not that a Jacob Clark (also > 45) is listed shortly after Jas Clark in Cumberland census.

c1800 Jas Clark, Md, Allegany, Fifteen Mile Creek:
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
3 1 - 1 - | 1 2 - 1

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c1810 Jas Clark, Md, Allegany, District 5:
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
3 2 1 - 1 | - - 2 - 1

James Clark, William McMahon, and Nathan Price were listed immediately following one another in c1810 Va Hamphire census.

c1810 James Clark, Va, Hampshire (series M252 roll 69 page 69):
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
1 1 1 - 1 | 1 1 - 1 -

c1810 William McMahon, Va, Hampshire:
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
- 2 1 - 1 | - 1 - - 1

c1810 Nathan Price, Va, Hampshire:
Males | Females
< 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45 | < 10 10-15 16-25 26-44 > 45
3 - 2 - 1 | 2 1 - 1 -

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c1820 Archelon Price, Md, Allegany, Election Dist 4:
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
- - - - - 1 | - - - - 1

c1820 John H. Price, Va, Hampshire (son Adam listed immediately before):
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
1 1 - - - 1 | - - 3 - -

c1820 Ayalon Price, Va, Hampshire:
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
- - - 1 - 1 | - - 2 1 1

c1820 William Price, Md, Allegany, Election Dist 4 - Westernport:
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
2 - - 1 1 - | 2 1 - 1 -

c1820 Nathan Price, Va, Hampshire (series M33 roll 136 page 276):
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
2 2 - 1 - 1 | - - - 1 -

list 2 below Nathan Price in c1820 was
c1820 George Clack, Va, Hampshire:
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
- - - 1 - - | 2 - 1 - -

c1820 John Price, Va, Hampshire:
Males | Females
< 10 10-16 16-18 16-26 26-45 > 45 | < 10 10-16 16-26 26-45 > 45
2 1 - 1 1 - | - - 1 - -

No James Clark found in Allegany Md or Hampshire Va c1820.

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Emails concerning "Descendants of Arjalon Price Jr. book"

[email address see notes] wrote:

Don, if you ever, ever get the opportunity to visit the Canadian Rockies ... run, don't walk. They are magnificent ... so much more rugged than our Rocky Mountains. The scenery is just spectacular.

Now, I wish I had as much good news for you regarding your search for Nathan.

First, there is no Ann Price nor George Clark mentioned in the book. There is a mention of a Nathan, not in any of the pedigree charts which comprise most of the book, but in the introduction where Dr. Price discusses the children of Arjalon Price Jr. (1738-1822). He includes John Hill Price (1762-1745), Arjalon Garner Price (1764-1852), George Washington Price --my ancestor - (1778-1820) and William Price (1783-1829).

He then adds:

"The identify of the other children of Arjalon Price Jr. and Catey (Hill) Price has not been equivocally established. In the 1874 tax records for Hampshire County, Virginia, a total of 9 white inhabitants were listed for Arjalon Jr. indicating that his sons, could have had as many as 5 other siblings. Possible candidates are those Prices shown as Heads-of-Household in the Hampshire County census of 1810 since Arjalon Jr. and Catey are listed alone at that time. This census lists a Nathan Price who would not seem to be a very likely candidate because of his age (45+ in 1810). Another listed is Ignatious Price, 26-45 in 1810 who acted as a witness for an 8 Sept. 1781 Hampshire Co., land transaction of Arjalon Price Jr. The final "candidate," Silas Price, age 26-45 in 1810, has a given name that is frequently encountered among the descendants of Arjalon Jr. He died 1 Feb. 1814 at an unknown age leaving his wife, Elizabeth, and 4 minor children (Silas Jr., Elmira, Avelina, and Edmund)."

It is curious to me why Dr. Price in his book so quickly discounts the possibility that Nathan would not be a son of Arjalon Jr. and Catey Price. They were married in 1761 and, being 45 years plus in 1810 indicates that he could have been born as late at 1764 which is comparable to their other known children, who were born between 1762 and 1785. Possibly, Dr. Price determined that John Hill Price, born 17 Feb. 1862, was their first child, and that there was no room between his birth and Arjalon Garner Price's birth (listed as "ca 1764") for another son. However, to my mind, it is just as easy to surmise that Nathan was born in 1764 and Arjalon Garner a year or so later. As you can see, I'm always the optimist.

I'm sorry that the book does not contain any definitive information that would help break through your brick wall. Your search for Ann's parents rivals the one I have for the parents of my great-grandfather William Jefferson. He was illegitimate and I have several pieces of circumstantial evidence that point to his mother and grand-parents ... but, as yet, I cannot find that one piece of definitive evidence that will tie him to them.

I hope the above is of some help. Let me know if I can be of any further help. Good luck in your search and in my research I will keep an eye open for any information on Nathan, Ann and George. And, when (not if) you make the tie in (see I am an optimist), I would appreciate your letting me know.

Best regards, and happy hunting.

Bill

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[email address see notes] wrote:

Don,

Glad to be of help ... and I must say that I'm impressed with the suppositions you have put together. You'll find as you go forward that most genealogical research starts with suppositions which then provide the roadmap for evidence. You certainly are off to a good start.

According to the Kenneth Price book, Arjalon Jr. and Catey Hill Price first settled near Spotsylvania in Orange County, Va., but sold their property there in 1777 and moved to the Patterson's Creek area of Hampshire Co., Va. where their first recorded land purchase was in 1781. This area is now located in Mineral County, WV which separated from Hampshire about 1866.

According to information I found through Google, the Patterson Creek Valley extends from near the Grant County, WV, line to near Ridgeley on the Potomac River. This is of course just across the border from Cumberland. The town of Patterson Creek is near the Potomac just southeast of Cumberland.

An 1815 real estate transaction shows Arjalon Jr. purchasing 2 fifty-acre lots and a 99 acre portion of Pleast Hill. It is described as being "westward of Fort Cumberland and just across the North Branch of the Potomac from what was then Hampshire County. Kenneth Price believes this was Arjalon Jr.'s final home site.

Other information I have found shows that one of his sons, William, settled in Westernport, Md. which is just across the North Branch of the Potomac River from Keyser, WV.

If you would like, I'll be happy to copy the 10 page introduction to Dr. Price's book and send it to you. All I need is your snail mail address.

Good luck with your research and let's stay in touch.

Regards,

Bill

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MDLandRec.net Allegany County E p 71: On 13 Feb 1807 Nathan Price of the Swan Ponds in Virginia sold to David Lynn of Cumberland for $53 horses, cows, plough, and spining wheel. Witnessed by George Rizer.

MDLandRec.net Allegany County H p 356: On 4 Oct 1815 John P. Dawson of Edward(?) deeded to Arjalon Price for $1200 lot number 3840 westward of Fort Cumberland.

MDLandRec.net Allegany County K p 408: On 4 Mar 1820 Arjalon Price Sr. deed to William Price for $1200 lot number 3840 westward of Fort Cumberland. Caty Price wife of Arjalon is mentioned.
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Price, Nathan (I832)
 
2162 White's Directory of Essex 1848 - list of inhabitants for Great Dunmow at
http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/placeG/essexg16b.html
lists:
Philip Tyler, Tooleys
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Tyler, Philip (I4289)
 
2163 Wife probably Mary Ann Taylor b abt 1810, married Jacob M. Snell 2/12/1843, Jacob dead by c1850.
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Pulaski Co. Returns 1841-1854 vol G-H Img 144 of 469
Document filed 8 Jun 1846 by Willis B. Reeves administartor of the estate of Jacob M. Snell. Mentions minor child Wiliam Madison Snell and widow Mary Ann Snell.
at https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893L-T9D4-5?i=143&wc=9SYY-GP8%3A267756801%2C268090501%3Fcc%3D1999178&cc=1999178
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Snell, Jacob Madison (I4258)
 
2164 Wildbad card 123 has Margaretha marriage as about 1558.
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Data from Wildbad genealogical cards does not fit perfectly. Rootsweb.com tree at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3120731&id=I612562481
was used.

From this web site:
Note: #2224 4187 Research of Friedrich R. Wollmershauser in 1988 as found in the article by Decker-Hauff, Bartle or Bartholomaus Bodamer was a member of the local law-court in Wildbad, b. abt. 1510/15, d. aft. 1582 (actually after 1584), and was married to a Margaretha in 1550. Bartle was the son of Job Bodamer. The article is in 'Erganzungen zu schwabischen Ahnentafeln' Sudwestdeutsche Blatterfur Familien-und Wappenkunde Vol. 10 (1947-1958) year 7 (1955) pp. 317-321.

From this web site:
Note: #1112 and 2092 Mauritz the Mayor of Calmbach, tenant of the Sprollenmuhle mill (near Wildbad (1586/87) according to Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart A 302 Band 14553), son of Barthle Bodamer in Wildbad. Friedrich R. Wollmershauser searched the Calmbach prot-parish ch registers in 1982 and 1988. Also more informtionon Maurtiz esp. on the marriage of his son Ulrich is in the article by Decker-Hauff. 'Erganzungen zu Schwabischen Ahnentafeln' Sudwestdeutche Blatter fur Faamilien - und Wappenkunde Vol. 10 (1947-1958) year 7 (1955) p. 317-321.

From this web site:
Note: # 556 & 1046. Hans Ulrich Bodamer was an Innkeeper in Calmbach, and his wife Maria Reister, dau of the Mayor Wendell Reister, was from Langenalb.(1982 research) This marriage is also in the Decker-Hauff's article that they married inWildbad. They were married 22 Feb. 1602 in Wildbad. (1982 research) Hans died between 1635 and 1637. He was the son of Mauritz Bodamer, mayor in Calmbach,&Anna Benckhiser (she married 2 x before)Maurtiz was the son of Barthle Bodamer in Wildbad, mbr, of the local law court. This Bartholomaus father was Job who was listed in a muster of 1523 with a son, Benedict. He owned a house in thesuburg in 1525 which was taxed. This Job died between 1526 and 1542. Friedrich R. Wollmershauser searched the ancestors of the Mezler family including the Bodamer family in Calmbach in 1982and 1988. The Bodamer family history was discussed in an article by Hansmartin Decker-Hauff, 'Erganzungen zu schwabischen Ahnentafeln' Sudwestdeutsche Blatter fur Familien- und Wappenkunde Vol. 10 (1947-1958) year 7 (1955) pp. 317-321. Herr Wollmershauser states that 'as Hans Ulrich Bodamer's wife was bonded in serfdom to the Liebenzell administration, her children are listed in the Liebenzell register of bonded serfmen of 1614 (Haupstaatsarchiv Stuttgart A 298 Band 24, this entry on p. 468rev.). With this entry and the entires of the baptism register, the following list of children can be reconstructed. Children of Hans Ulrich Bodamer, innkeeper in Calmbach and Maria from Langenalb had 13 children. See the list to be attached.Marriage and Baptisms of his children in parish register along with list of his wife Maria's children z9listed under her name) inLiebrnzell administration register of 1614.; Wollmershauser Resch 1982 1988

Sources:

1. Title: Calmbach Family Parish Register, Calw, Wurttemberg
2. Author: Decker-Hauff, Hansmartin
Title: Sudwestdeutsche Blatter fur Familien-und Wappenkunde: Enganzungen zu Schwabischen Ahnentafeln, Volume: 10 (1947-1958), pp 317-321
Publication: 1955
Page: "according to Decker-Hauff's article, Hans Ulrich Bodamer married on 22 Feb 1602 in Wildbad to Maria, daughter of Wendel Reister, mayor in Langenalb.""Hans Ulrich's father was Maurtiz Bodamer. mayor in Calmbach and tenant of Sprollenmuhle mill near Wildb
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Sudwestdeutsche Blatter fur Familien-und Wappenkunde: Enganzungen zu Schwabischen Ahnentafeln, Volume: 10 (1947-1958) was also noted to be "Band 10" 
Bodamer, Bartholomaus (I2382)
 
2165 Wildbad genealogical register card 653 has 1644 birth of an Anna Barbara Konig to Georg & Anna Maria Konig from Dobel (GenReg_653_Large.JPG) König, Georg (I2340)
 
2166 Will of William Pope.
In George Powell's book on page 210.
Also at http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/wake/wills/pope1818.txt

In the name of God, Amen I William Pope, Senior of Wake County and state of North Carolina being weak in body and it being appointed for all men once to die but being at present of sound and sane mind and memory do hereby make
and ordain this instrument of writing to be understood and considered for my last will and testament in manner and form following to wit that is to say that after my decease I recommend my body to the earth in decent and Christian burial not doubting to receive the same at the resurection of the just with the blessing of Christ and respecting the worldly effects
wherewith it hath pleased divine providence to bless me I depart of as follows:

Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Paty Thomson 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Winnefred Garner 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Sally Powell 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Polly Powell 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Powell 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Cloe Liptrot 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Elijah Pope 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Charles Pope 50 cents.
Item I give and bequeath to my son William Pope 50 cents and all the rest and residue my estate consisting of the articles herein after mentioned.

I give and bequeath to my son Dempsy Pope, to wit, eleven head of cattle, one man, two feather beds and covering and Bedsteads pertaining to each of the two said beds and two Iron Pots and all my farming utensils and plantation tools and all other articles not herein mentioned and belonging to me. I give and bequeath to my said son Dempsy Pope his heirs and assigns and I hereby make annul and make void all other wills or testaments by me made and I do hereby nominate and appoint Alexander Myatt and Samuel Walton, executors of this last will and testament and if either of them fail or refuse I authorize the other to procede and officate as my sole executor. Signed sealed and published in presence of Titus Fanning Turner, January 25, 1818.

William Pope {seal}

The above last will and testament of William Pope, deceased from earth duly proven by the oath of Titus Fanning Turner witness thereto and whereas to be recorded.

B. T. King, County Clerk

Wake Co., NC Aug. term 1818, record bk 14, p 327.
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from http://152.31.96.7/oncoreweb/
Johnston County NC Land Records (possibly) relating to William Pope:

Book E1, Pages 189-190: On 1 Aug 1766 Matthew Jones and Elizabeth his wife of the County of Johnston, ordinary keeper, deeded to William Pope of the County of Johnson, planter for £87 13s 4p a tract of land in Johnston County on the south side of Swift Creek 197 acres in size. Land originally owned by Capt. Francis Jones deceased and transferred to Matthew Jones in his Last Will and Testament. Saved as \WilliamPope\Bk_E1_Pg_189.PDF and Bk_E1_Pg_190.PDF

Book X1, Pages 60-62: On 1 Nov 1797 Stephen Dirdino of Johnston County, a farmer deeded to William Pope for £45 a 100 acre tract of land in Robin Swamp. Saved as \WilliamPope\Bk_X1_Pg_60.PDF, Bk_X1_Pg_61.PDF, Bk_X1_Pg_62.PDF

Book D2, Page 189 (note - deed very hard to read): On 18 Dec 1802 William Pope of Johnston County deeded to Joseph Brynt of Johnston County for £50 a 100 acre tract of land in Robin Swamp. Saved as \WilliamPope\Bk_D2_Pg_189.PDF

Book F2, Page 171-172: On 21 Aug 1808 William Pope of Johnston County deeded to Rinison Tisdel of Johnston County for $75 a 26 1/2 acre tract of land on the south side of the great Buffalow(?) swamp

from http://rod.wakegov.com/
Wake County NC Land Records (possibly) relating to William Pope:

Book 2, Page 250-251: On 4 Dec 1817 William Pope Senr. of Wake County deeded to Dempsey Pope his son of Wake County for $50 as well as natural love and affection a tract of land in Johnston County on the south side of Swift Creek 197 acres in size, the land where William Popr Senr. now lives. Saved as \WilliamPope\Bk_2_Pg250.tif, Bk_2_Pg251.tif
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Pope entries in c1790 for Wake, North Carolina
Shows only name and age of oldest male (George Powell book estimated age in parenthesis)
Wm Pope: over 16 (45)
Jesse Pope: over 16 (not in George Powell Book nor located on same census page as William)

These were noted in adjoining Nash Co., not thought to be Williams children, but possible relations (because of similiar names to Williams children):
Barnaby Pope: over 16 (not in George Powell Book)
Dempsey Pope: over 16 (13 - if Williams child)
Elisha Pope: over 16 (24 - if Williams child)
John Pope: over 16 (not in George Powell Book)
Micajah Pope: over 16 (not in George Powell Book)
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Pope entries in c1800 for Hillsborough, Wake, North Carolina
Shows only name and age of oldest male (George Powell book estimated age in parenthesis)
Charles Pope: 26 to 44 (28)
Elijah Pope: 26 to 44 (34)
Josiah Pope: over 45 (not in George Powell Book)
William Pope: 16 to 25 (24)
William Pope Sr: over 45 (55)
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A Brief History of the 2nd North Carolina Regiment can be found at
http://www.carolana.com/NC/Revolution/revolution_nc_second_regiment.html
or
http://www.2nc.org/
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from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wake_County,_North_Carolina:
Wake county was formed in 1771 from parts of Cumberland County, Johnston County, and Orange County.

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnston_County,_North_Carolina
Johnston county was formed in 1746 from Craven County.
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The Rev War pension file for Elisha Pope states he was born in 1761 and is the brother of a Dempsey Pope who now resides in Wake Co. As mentioned above, I can't say for sure if Elisha is the son of William Pope or not.

The file is at http://search.ancestry.com/browse/view.aspx?dbid=1995&iid=32445_227753-00164&pid=433&ssrc=&fn=Elisha&ln=Pope&st=g
summary at http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/edgecombe/military/pope02.txt
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Pope, William (I4694)
 
2167 Will proven May term 1839. Last pension payment made March 1839.
Therefore I assumed he died between March 1839 and May 1839.
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Some have John Slaven marrying Elizabeth Warwick 3 Apr 1783. I have not found any source for this information.
But... see next note...
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In "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800" by Lyman Chalkley at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~chalkley/ I did find:

Vol 2 Page 350:
MARRIAGES LICENSES IN AUGUSTA COUNTY.
1789, May 12th--By Rev. Jno. Montgomery: William Jameson and Margaret Craig; July 30th, John Slaven and Eliz. Hodge; August 3d, John Hughart and Jenny Thompson; September 30th, Mayo Carrington and Anne Adams.

Some have Elizabeth Warwick first marring Mr. Hodge then later John Slaven.
Problem is, the 1789 year does not fit unless Elizabeth Warwick died and John Slaven then married Elizabeth Hodge.
Also, if the data came from record above, the date would be 30 Jul, not 3 Aug.

Note Jacob Gillespie Slaven (b 1804) gave a child the middle name Warwick. This substanciates the premise his mothers maiden name was Warwick.

I have not found enough supporting information to establish any solid theory.
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from "Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants" at http://search.ancestry.com/Browse/BookList.aspx?dbid=49315

page 484
Slaven, John. Va. Private. 29 Jan 1908. 100 acres
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from http://www.slavens.net/military/bounty_warrants.htm

Revolutionary War.

John Slaven, a private for three years in the Virginia Line, for bounty lands lying northwest of the Ohio River, between the Little Miami and Scioto rivers. 100 acres, warrant assigned to Thomas Galford, who assigned 25 and 40 acres to John Kore. Warrant 5391.

dwl note: Sarah Slaven, child of John Slaven, ended up in Hardin Co. Ohio.
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from http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=ohio%20river%2C%20between%20the%20little%20miami%20and%20scioto%20rivers&source=web&cd=2&sqi=2&ved=0CFoQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dublinohiohistoricalsociety.org%2FMILITARY.pdf&ei=MkOyT8KAJcrk6QGY4dGMCA&usg=AFQjCNGzTcEimPUKXifcx0Elcq63cfAYjA&cad=rja

Virginia Military Lands (1784)

Virginia Military Lands are a body of land lying between the Scioto and Little Miami rivers, bounded by Ohio River on the south, and Auglaize, Hardin, and Marion Counties on the north. This tract in the southwestern part of the State contains about four million, two hundred and four acres.
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transcript of John Slaven pension file found at
http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1995&enc=1
Name: John Slaven
Pension Year: 1832
Application State: Virginia
Applicant Designation: Survivor's Pension Application File
Archive Publication Number: M804
Archive Roll Number: 2199
Total Pages in Packet: 68

or at http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/revwar (search Slaven, John, VA)

John Slaven (Jr.) Revolutionary War Pension Statements.

Affidavit 1, 1820.
Virginia, Pendleton County, to wit

On this first day of February 1820, before me the subscriber, one of the justices of the peace for said county, personally appeared, Major Henry Fleisher of said county, who by me first being duly sworn, according to law, doth on his oath give the following testimony in behalf of John Slaven of said county, a Revolutionary soldier, in order to enable the said Slaven to obtain the provision made by the late act of Congress, entitled "An act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the Revolutionary War." That he the said John John Slaven, enlisted in Augusta County, Virginia, in the company commanded by Capt. Michael Bowyer, of the 12th Virginia Regiment, commanded by Col. James Wood, in the later part of the year 1776. Rendevouz at Staunton, Virginia. From Staunton he marches in company with this deponent???? to Tiger's Valley, where he continued until March, when the company was moved to Winchester, Virginia; from Winchester the company marched to Jersey, and joined the main army under Washington, at Middlebrook; that the said Slaven continued to serve in said corps or in the service of the United States until the 10th of October 1778, when he was discharged from the service in the state of New York, at the White Plains; that he was in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, and other skirmishes. Sworn to and declared before me the day and year aforesaid.

Thos. Kinkead.

I, Thomas Kinkead, one of the justices of the peace for said county of Pendleton, do certify that Henry Fleisher, whose name is subscribed to the foregoing affidavit, is an old and respectable citizen of said county, and that he verily believes him to be a man of strict honor and honesty, and entitled to the respect of his fellow men, especially in consequence of his Revolutionary services. Given under my hand and seal this 1st day February 1820.

Thos. Kinkead.

Virginia, Pendleton County,

I, Zebulon Dyer, Clerk of Pendleton County, do certify that Thomas Kinkead before whom the foregoing affadavit was made and whose name is affixed to the above certificate is a Justice of the Peace in and for said county duly commissioned and sworn and that due faith and credit ought ti be given to all his official acts and such.

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Affidavit 2, 1832.
Virginia

At a court held for Pocahontas County, Virginia, at the courthouse thereof on the 7th day of August in the year 1832. Present: Jacob W. Matthews, John Bradshaw, Joseph Moore, Robert H. Beale, John Gilleland, Patrick Buffey, Isaac Moore, William Blair, Benjamin Tallman, James Tallman, Thomas Hall, William Cackley, Jacob Lightner, Nathan Gilleland, and James Sharp, gentlemen justices.

State of Virginia, Pocahontas County

On this 4th day of August 1832 personally appeared before the subscriber, one of the commonwealth justices of the peace in and for the county aforesaid: John Slavens, aged seventy-two years, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832; that he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated: Capt. Michael Bowyer, 12th Virginia Regiment, commanded Col. James Wood, Gen'l Scott's brigade; that he served three years as a private in the regular army of the Revolution, as will appear the records in the War Office, and that he is the same John Slaven that was on the pension list roll of Virginia; by a law of the United States of the 18th day of March 1818 and afterward stricken therefrom by a subsequent act (in consequence of holding property at the time, which excluded him from the benefit of the act), and that he the said John Slaven resides at the same place that he did when application was first made as above, then Pendleton County, now Pocahontas County.

John Slaven

Sworn to and subscribed before William Slaven.

The above named William Slaven appeared in Court and made oath that the above named John Slaven was unable to attend here on this day from bodily infirmity; and the said court do hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he stated.

I, Henry M. Moffett, clerk of the court of Pocahontas County, do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the said court in the matter of the application of John Slaven for a pension. In testimony whereof I here unto set my hand and seal of office this 7th day of August 1832.

H.M. Moffett.
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Revolutionary War Muster Rolls of John Slaven (Jr.). can be found at http://www.slavens.net/military/index.htm
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Slaven, John (I3994)
 
2168 William B. 'Buck' Frisch, McCormick executive
He had also played a role in bringing tall ships to the city in 1976

WIilliam B. Frisch (Baltimore Sun )
April 06, 2013
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun

William B. "Buck" Frisch, a retired McCormick & Co. executive who played a pivotal role in bringing the tall ships to Baltimore during the nation's bicentennial in 1976, died March 30 of multiple melanoma at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 79.

The son of a McCormick executive and a homemaker, William Buckley Frisch was born in Baltimore and raised in Pinehurst.

He was a 1951 graduate of Towson High School and earned a bachelor's degree in 1955 from Dartmouth College.

Mr. Frisch began his career at McCormick & Co. as a sales representative and later joined the sales administration team, where he worked in the cooperative advertising department, sales control and order procedures, field sales board and CakeMate acquisition.

In 1981, he was promoted to manager of human relations, where he introduced and championed a job-posting system. He also recruited for senior- and middle-management positions.

Mr. Frisch was a member of the board of Operation Sail in 1976 that brought a parade of tall ships to Baltimore from all over the world.

He remained active with the group and was chairman of its Op' Sail Host Committee, which welcomed the Danmark, a Danish training ship that had sailed into Baltimore in 1976, on a return visit in 1987.

"These ships like to come to Baltimore. We're a harbor where there's a lot less pressure than at some other ports, and we do a good job of welcoming these visitors," Mr. Frisch told The Evening Sun in an interview at the time.

"The funny thing is that he wasn't a sailor at all. He got involved because in those days, McCormick was on Light Street across from the Inner Harbor," said a son, Robert B. "Rob" Frisch, co-owner of the Mount Washington Tavern who lives in Upperco. "I remember we went on board the Danmark on its [1976] voyage to Baltimore, and drinking aqua vitae with the captain."

He added: "One time, he was fortunate to sail on the original Pride of Baltimore from Baltimore to Newport, R.I., and cooked a lot of the meals for the crew after the chef got seasick."

Mr. Frisch was also a longtime volunteer at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

"He also was a proud member of Alcoholics Anonymous and had celebrated 13 years of sobriety in November 2012," said his wife of 56 years, the former Joanne Coyle.

Mr. Frisch was particularly proud of his grandchildren, and when they turned 12, he planned a birthday trip for them, family members said.

He was a collector of vintage Lionel O-gauge trains and had an extensive Christmas garden. "He had his original trains from his childhood, which he added to," Mrs. Frisch said.

Mr. Frisch, who had lived at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson for the past year, was also an avid flower gardener. When he was younger, he had an extensive vegetable garden at his Cockeysville home.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. April 13 at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St.

In addition to his wife and son, Mr. Frisch is survived by another son, John B. Frisch of Phoenix, in Baltimore County, and five grandchildren. 
Frisch, William B. (I1161)
 
2169 William G. Madore and Delia Madore, his wife of Allegheny PA mentioned in Allegany Co. land record book 85 page 271.

Excerpts from The Cumberland Times:
SHOBER 14 Feb 1902 Mrs Lavinia Shober, who died Wednesday (12 Feb) was the wife of William Shober, a well known conductor of George's Creek & Cumberland Railroad and a sister of Mrs Henry Rauschlein of Cumberland and of Mrs William Madore of Pittsburgh. She was the daughter of John Meister of Pittsburgh etc... 
Meister, Elizabeth C. (I777)
 
2170 William G. Madore and Delia Madore, his wife of Allegheny PA mentioned in Allegany Co. land record book 85 page 271.
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In 1936 applied for Revolutional war information on Francis Madore, Benjamin Francis Madore, and James Clark. Reference James Clark information.
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2 Jun 1882 Baltimore Sun page 1 has he was charged with embezzling $2000 of company funds.
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MDLandRec.net Allegany County 57 p 412: On 31 May 1882 William G. Madore mortgaged to Wm. M. Price and Charles W. Brengle his house in Cumberland to secure the bond they posted for him to appear for his embezzlement charge hearing.
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Madore, William Gibson (I609)
 
2171 William N. Kirby Civil War pension for Minor Beulah Lynch filed Dec 19, 1903. This may indicate that Mahala died sometime shortly prior to this. Bryan, Mahala (I274)
 
2172 Without a Johann Nicholas Weatherholtz/Wetterhold marriage record it is impossible to determine who Anna Maria Urban's parents were. It seems plausible that Barthel Urban and Barbara are her parents but I consider it unproven.

In son Johann Jacob's baptism she is noted as being from Diemeringen.

It bothers me she is almost 30 years younger than Nicholas.

If she was born 1695 and the first child found was born Oct 1716, she would have most likely married about 1715 when she was 20. I found no marriage record in Diemeringen church book.
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In Hirschland, BMS, 1698-1764, 3 E 200/1
Image 119 of 370
is a 17 Sep 1720 marriage record for Caspar, son of Hans Nicholas Wetterhold and Anna Christina, daughter of Barthel Urban.

I can't tell if this is a brother or son of Johann Nicholas (d 15 Aug 1728). It appears he may have married a sister of Anna Maria Urban so probably brothers married sisters. It is also possible Caspar married his aunt since their may have been a sizable difference in age between Johann Nicholas Weatherholtz/Wetterhold and Anna Maria Urban.
Saved as \RhinWeatherholtzLineChurchRecords\CasparWetterholdMarriage.jpg
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Anna Christina Wetterhold 15 Oct 1716 baptism godparent was Anna Christina Urban. Saved as
\Bas-RhinWeatherholtzLineChurchRecords\AnnaChristinaWetterholdBaptism.jpg
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Urban, Anna Maria (I703)
 
2173 Worcester County was created by the division of the formerly larger Eastern Shore's Somerset County in 1742
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from
I have no real proof the bastard male child born to Hannah Noble was named George. Only the circunstancial evidence below.
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SOMERSET COUNTY COURT (Tax List)
1723-1759
C1812
at http://guide.mdsa.net/series.cfm?action=viewSeries&ID=C1812

dwl note: Could the 2nd George living alone be the bastard child born 2 Oct 1728 ?

Year: 1746; Hundred: MANOKIN; Household Number: 108
Name: Benston, George; Standardized Name: BENSTON, GEORGE; Status: HEAD - TAXED
MSA No: C1812-20-61000

Year: 1746; Hundred: MANOKIN; Household Number: 108
Name: Benston, John; Standardized Name: BENSTON, JOHN; Status: DEPENDENT
MSA No: C1812-20-61001

Year: 1746; Hundred: MANOKIN; Household Number: 142
Name: Benston, George; Standardized Name: BENSTON, GEORGE; Status: HEAD - TAXED
MSA No: C1812-20-61067

2nd George also in 1748

Per http://msa.maryland.gov/msa/coagser/c1800/c1812/html/c1812_intro.html males over the age of 15 are taxed. 1746-15/16 = 1730 to 1731
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Some have a George Benson who per estate papers seems to have died in 1773 in Worcester Co. as this person.
I could find no way to prove the connection but noted the location of the estate papers here.

Will at http://mdhistory.net/msaref10/msa_te_1_009/html/msa_te_1_009-0353.html
Inventory at http://mdhistory.net/msaref10/msa_te_1_042/html/msa_te_1_042-0414.html
Worcester estate index for Ben/Benston at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1961-29675-10234-40?cc=1803986&wc=SNYJ-L2W:146534501,148129401

They also have his wife as Rachel Cottingham as his wife. She first married a Charles Reggin Jr. It is interesting that this person connects back to Teague Reggin who's family connects back to Mary, a wife of George Benston (b1690).
Connection information at
http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/i0001757.htm
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dckahhan&id=I60269
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Benston, George (I7123)
 
2174 Württemberg emmigration index indicates Georg Friederich, Catherina, and Mattheis emmigrated to North America in 1829. Teppers immigration index for the port of Baltimore shows a G.F., Catherina, and Matthiew Shingle arriving in the Sept 1829 quarter. A George F. Schenkel was naturalized in 1840 in Baltimore City. Catherina would have been 64 in 1840 so I am assuming she most likely died in Baltimore although no evidence has been found to support this. Pfrommer, Catharina Sibilla (I612)
 
2175 Württemberg emmigration index indicates Georg Friederich, Catherina, and Mattheis emmigrated to North America in 1829. Teppers immigration index for the port of Baltimore shows a G.F., Catherina, and Matthiew Shingle arriving in the Sept 1829 quarter. A George F. Schenkel was naturalized in 1840 in Baltimore City. George F. would have been 45 in 1840 so I am assuming he most likely died in Baltimore although no evidence has been found to support this. Schenkel, Georg Friedrich (I1920)
 
2176 Yahoo transcription/translation of 1661 Dobel church book pastor note:

"Auff [ ] Moritz Karchers zu Rothensohl und seiner andern Hausfraw Margaretha, hab ich underschreibner damaliger Pfarrher, dise nachfolgende Kinder, welche wegen diß [ ] dises nirgend auffgeschieben worden [ ] wollen als C.stlich Ao. 1648 in Februario umb liess(?) [ ] prato propter ist geboren u. getaufft worden Catharina. Die Eltern waren gemeldter Moritz Karcher u. seine erste annoch lebende Uxor Catharina. GrVatter war Georg Adam von Frawenalb. [ ] ander ist [ ] Moritz Karcher in seiner anderen Ehe mit seiner Haußfraw Margaretha geboren u. in Herrenalb getaufft worden Ao. 1658 umb den dreÿ König Tag: Hanß Georg. GrVatter, Viet Knoller von Loffenaw u. Anna seine Uxor.
die 30 Decembris, Ao. 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]"

"On the [ ] of Moritz Karcher from Rotensol and his second wife, Margaretha, I, the current clergyman signed below, [have written, added, or something similar] the following children, who, because of [ ] were never recorded: in February of the year of our Lord 1648, Catharine was born and baptized. [No
idea what "prato propter" means]. The parents were the mentioned Moritz Karcher and his first wife, still living, Catharina. The godfather was Georg Adam from Frauenalb. The other, born to Moritz Karcher and his second wife, Margaretha, and baptized in Herrenalb on the Feast of the Three Kings in the year 1658: Hans Georg. Godparents were Viet Knoller from Loffenau and his wife Anna.
The 30th day of December in the year 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]. 
Karcher, Moritz (I2336)
 
2177 Yahoo transcription/translation of 1661 Dobel church book pastor note:

"Auff [ ] Moritz Karchers zu Rothensohl und seiner andern Hausfraw Margaretha, hab ich underschreibner damaliger Pfarrher, dise nachfolgende Kinder, welche wegen diß [ ] dises nirgend auffgeschieben worden [ ] wollen als C.stlich Ao. 1648 in Februario umb liess(?) [ ] prato propter ist geboren u. getaufft worden Catharina. Die Eltern waren gemeldter Moritz Karcher u. seine erste annoch lebende Uxor Catharina. GrVatter war Georg Adam von Frawenalb. [ ] ander ist [ ] Moritz Karcher in seiner anderen Ehe mit seiner Haußfraw Margaretha geboren u. in Herrenalb getaufft worden Ao. 1658 umb den dreÿ König Tag: Hanß Georg. GrVatter, Viet Knoller von Loffenaw u. Anna seine Uxor.
die 30 Decembris, Ao. 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]"

"On the [ ] of Moritz Karcher from Rotensol and his second wife, Margaretha, I, the current clergyman signed below, [have written, added, or something similar] the following children, who, because of [ ] were never recorded: in February of the year of our Lord 1648, Catharine was born and baptized. [No
idea what "prato propter" means]. The parents were the mentioned Moritz Karcher and his first wife, still living, Catharina. The godfather was Georg Adam from Frauenalb. The other, born to Moritz Karcher and his second wife, Margaretha, and baptized in Herrenalb on the Feast of the Three Kings in the year 1658: Hans Georg. Godparents were Viet Knoller from Loffenau and his wife Anna.
The 30th day of December in the year 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]. 
Margaretha (I2342)
 
2178 Yahoo transcription/translation of 1661 Dobel church book pastor note:

"Auff [ ] Moritz Karchers zu Rothensohl und seiner andern Hausfraw Margaretha, hab ich underschreibner damaliger Pfarrher, dise nachfolgende Kinder, welche wegen diß [ ] dises nirgend auffgeschieben worden [ ] wollen als C.stlich Ao. 1648 in Februario umb liess(?) [ ] prato propter ist geboren u. getaufft worden Catharina. Die Eltern waren gemeldter Moritz Karcher u. seine erste annoch lebende Uxor Catharina. GrVatter war Georg Adam von Frawenalb. [ ] ander ist [ ] Moritz Karcher in seiner anderen Ehe mit seiner Haußfraw Margaretha geboren u. in Herrenalb getaufft worden Ao. 1658 umb den dreÿ König Tag: Hanß Georg. GrVatter, Viet Knoller von Loffenaw u. Anna seine Uxor.
die 30 Decembris, Ao. 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]"

"On the [ ] of Moritz Karcher from Rotensol and his second wife, Margaretha, I, the current clergyman signed below, [have written, added, or something similar] the following children, who, because of [ ] were never recorded: in February of the year of our Lord 1648, Catharine was born and baptized. [No
idea what "prato propter" means]. The parents were the mentioned Moritz Karcher and his first wife, still living, Catharina. The godfather was Georg Adam from Frauenalb. The other, born to Moritz Karcher and his second wife, Margaretha, and baptized in Herrenalb on the Feast of the Three Kings in the year 1658: Hans Georg. Godparents were Viet Knoller from Loffenau and his wife Anna.
The 30th day of December in the year 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]. 
Catharina (I2601)
 
2179 Yahoo transcription/translation of 1661 Dobel church book pastor note:

"Auff [ ] Moritz Karchers zu Rothensohl und seiner andern Hausfraw Margaretha, hab ich underschreibner damaliger Pfarrher, dise nachfolgende Kinder, welche wegen diß [ ] dises nirgend auffgeschieben worden [ ] wollen als C.stlich Ao. 1648 in Februario umb liess(?) [ ] prato propter ist geboren u. getaufft worden Catharina. Die Eltern waren gemeldter Moritz Karcher u. seine erste annoch lebende Uxor Catharina. GrVatter war Georg Adam von Frawenalb. [ ] ander ist [ ] Moritz Karcher in seiner anderen Ehe mit seiner Haußfraw Margaretha geboren u. in Herrenalb getaufft worden Ao. 1658 umb den dreÿ König Tag: Hanß Georg. GrVatter, Viet Knoller von Loffenaw u. Anna seine Uxor.
die 30 Decembris, Ao. 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]"

"On the [ ] of Moritz Karcher from Rotensol and his second wife, Margaretha, I, the current clergyman signed below, [have written, added, or something similar] the following children, who, because of [ ] were never recorded: in February of the year of our Lord 1648, Catharine was born and baptized. [No
idea what "prato propter" means]. The parents were the mentioned Moritz Karcher and his first wife, still living, Catharina. The godfather was Georg Adam from Frauenalb. The other, born to Moritz Karcher and his second wife, Margaretha, and baptized in Herrenalb on the Feast of the Three Kings in the year 1658: Hans Georg. Godparents were Viet Knoller from Loffenau and his wife Anna.
The 30th day of December in the year 1661
M. Christoph Caspar Haupt, Pastor [ ]. 
Karcher, Hans Georg (I2611)
 
2180 Über 12 Jahre lahm zu Bette gelegen. Ist voher papistisch gewesen und noch eine gar schlechte Christin.
Ein böses zorniges Weib. war 1640 Witwe von Wendel Appel
translated:
About 12 years too lame Bette located. Where previously been papist and even a bad Christian. A sinister angry woman. 1640 was the widow of Wendel Appel 
Anna Clara (I3141)
 
2181 Year of birth differs on death certificate (1856), tombstone (1857), and c1900 (Aug 1857).

Child spacing makes 1857 more likely so I went with 1857.
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Sturgeon, Melissa A. (I10118)
 
2182 Year of birth estimate conjecture on my part based on 1712 confirmation and her being 14 or 15 at the time.
Location of birth based on father being resident in Breitfurt at the time.
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Hundsecker, Maria Catharina (I10960)
 
2183 year of birth per census varies.
c1850 abt 1804 NC
c1860 abt 1802 NC
c1870 abt 1807 NC
c1880 abt 1803 NC

I used 1802.
I used Hancock Co. GA instead of NC because if he is the son of James Jr. & Nancy he would have been born in Hancock Co. GA.
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A marriage record extsts for 27 Feb 1826 in Pike Co. where William Wadsworth married Ann Wadsworth.
A marriage record exists for 16 Sep 1830 in Jones Co. where William Wadsworth married Anna Duncan.

c1850 has wife as Amy
c1860 has wife as Ann
c1870 and c1880 have no wife, assumed deceased

I have assumed the use of Amy might have been a misintrepretaion of Anny and choose to use Ann.

Most have assumed the 1826 and 1830 marriage records are for the same wife. I did not enter the 1826 marriage becaesue I suspect he may have married twice with the 1826 marriage maybe being to a distant cousin. Also others who have made an attempt to collect data on William's children have one born 1827 and the a gap until 1832. This make me suspect that maybe the 1826 wife died, possibly in childbirth.
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Wadsworth, William (I9545)
 
2184 Year of death on death certificate(1915) differs from tombstone(1914).
Previous and next death certificates in sequence are also dated 1915.

Therefore, I have assumed the tombstone is incorrect.
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Places of birth vary

c1870 Pennsylvania
c1880 Pennsylvania
1884 marriage license Pennsylvania
c1900 Iowa
1906 Jennie Iris Sutton marriage license Pennsylvania
c1910 Iowa
1915 death certificate Iowa

Ancestry.com found the following 1860 census at
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=1860usfedcenancestry&h=2257278&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true&rhSource=6742

Washington, Bremer, Iowa
Joseph Lyttle b 1835 PA
Sarah Lyttle b 1828 PA
F J Lyttle b 1857 PA (maybe says M J ?)
Clara Lyttle b 1859 Iowa

Note in ancestry.com the image for Washington, Bremer, Iowa go from page 13 to page 15, with page 14 missing.

Page 14 can be found here and it shows the damily.
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GB9N-9YKD?i=13&cc=1473181

I have assumed she was born in Washington, Bremer, Iowa, the location of the 1860 census.
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Lytle, Clara E. (I8503)
 
2185 Yingling book and Weirbach Hornberger notes have first name as John. Marriage notice in Gettysburg newspaper and Fort Wayne business directories have first name as Peter. Moritz, Peter (I3485)
 
2186 Yingling book has name as Melchoir. I beleive this is in error and the name is Melchior.
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The 1786 Tax and Exoneration List has a Melcher Meyer located in Paradise, York, PA. This conflicts with the 1785 and 1789 tax list showing him in Manheim , York, Pennsylvania, so I did not use this information but saved here for reference.
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Only connection of Melchior Meyer to Conrad Meyer is the Rahn Yingling book. It is also not know if the Swiss immigrant in 1735 on the ship "Mercury" is the same Conrad.
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The Sherman's/St. David's 1782-1786 baptisms could be for either a father Melchior or a Melchior, son of Melchior. The date of birth jived against the 1720 birth oif Melchior puts serious doubt as to if they are 1720 Melchiors children versus possibly his grandchildren.
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List op Foreigners Imported in the Ship Pink, John
AND William, of Sunderland, Constable Tymperton,
Master, from Rotterdam. Qualified Oct. 17, 1732.
included: Philip Melchior Meyer
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I found reference to this baptism:
Meyer, Cath. Eliz., 7 Feb 1772, Melchior, Catharine, 26

Reference 26 - Records of St. Paul's Reformed Church, Manheim; the baptismal register was begun in 1771.

St. Paul's Reformed Church is in Manheim Twp, about 11mi NW of Lancaster in Lancaster Co.

No way to tell is this is the correct couple that later lived in Manheim Twp, York Co.
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From:
PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN SOCIETY
VOLUME XLII of the PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY
PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN PIONEERS
BY
RALPH BEAVER STRASSBURGER, LL.D.
EDITED BY
WILLIAM JOHN HINKE, Ph.D., D.D.

VOLUME 1
1727-1775

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY
1934

[List 38 A] Liste Van de Schwitzers Soo op Schiep genant de Mercurius, Van d'Heer Capitain William Wilson, in Philadelphia arriveert.* [Qualified May 29, 1735.]*
This Dutch heading of the list read, in English: "List of Switzers who arrived in Philadelphia on the ship called Mercury, Captain William Wilson."

Included:
Conrad Meyer 51
Melchior Meyer, absent 15
Johannes Meyer 39
Jacob Meyer 39
Barbara Meyer 39
Leonard Meyer 14
Jacob Meyer 9
Barbara Meyer 4
Hs. Jacob Meyer 8
Magdalena Meyer 6
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From website http://hoefliger.net/buchs/index.html:
"Buchs is a small village about twenty minutes by train away from Zurich in a valley called 'Furttal'."
"It's name is Buchs, or to be more precise, Buchs ZH; the ZH standing for 'Canton of Zurich'."

It is about 20km NW of Zurich.
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Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994 at
https://familysearch.org/search/image/index#uri=https%3A//api.familysearch.org/records/collection/1999196/waypoints

7/27/2012 checked York county for Meyer/Meier/Mayer/Myer in the following databases:

Orphans' Court docket index 1749-1840 A-Z
none found before Bk R start Img 83 of 128

Will index 1749-1940
none found before before Img 411 of 707 (abt 1863/4)

Will index 1753-1798
none found
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Meyer, Melchior (I245)
 
2187 York County was created on August 19, 1749, from part of Lancaster County
Lancaster County was part of Chester County, Pennsylvania until May 10, 1729
Chester County was one of the three original Pennsylvania counties created by William Penn in 1682.
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The information on Christoph Bankert and Anna Eva Shriver and family unless noted otherwise has come from others web sites. This information is mostly unsourced and based on circumstancial evidence. Saved notes from various websites are save in BankertNotes.txt file in ancestry arcive files Bankert directory.

Websites used for family information:
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rudspons&id=I11981
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=williamgaskin&id=I32758
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~bobwolfe/gen/person/g2622.htm
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Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994 at
https://familysearch.org/search/image/index#uri=https%3A//api.familysearch.org/records/collection/1999196/waypoints

7/28/2012 checked Lancaster county in the following databases:

Will index 1729-1947 A-K
none found under C given name B surname

Letter of administration index 1730-1830
none found
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Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994 at
https://familysearch.org/search/image/index#uri=https%3A//api.familysearch.org/records/collection/1999196/waypoints

7/28/2012 checked Chester county in the following databases:

Decedents record index 1716-1880
none found
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Bankert, Christophel (I525)
 
2188 York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book VIII, Fol. 226 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds08inmain

Best I can make out, on 13 Jul 1717 Robert Gray and his wife Elizabeth and Benjamin Webber seemed to exhange two parcels of land.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book IX, Fol. 1 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds09main

Best I can make out, on 18 Feb 1717/8 Robert Gray and Benjamin Webber seemed to exhange two parcels of land.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book IX, Fol. 25 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds09main

On 1 Dec 1712, James Allen, Andrew Grover, Mathew Grover, Robert Gray, and Elihue Parsons who purchased land in 1707 together (Book VII, Fol. 95, Fol 96) specified how the land is split amoungst themselves.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book IX, Fol. 45 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds09main

On 22 May 1718, Andrew Grover, Mathew Grover, Robert Gray, and Elihue Parsons deeded to James Allen for £10 5s about 10 acres of the parcel they bought together in 1707.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book IX, Fol. 122 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds09main

Best I can make out, On 24 Dec 1718, Robert Gray and Elihue Parsons seemed to exchange parcels of land.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book X, Fol. 2 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds10inmain

Best I can make out, On 24 Dec 1718, Robert Gray and Elihue Parsons seemed to exchange parcels of land.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book X, Fol. 13 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds10inmain

On 26 Nov 1719, Moses Spencer and his wife Elizabeth deeded to Rober Gray husbandman of Berwick for £27 a 27 acres parcel of land in Berwick
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book X, Fol. 15 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds10inmain

On 14 Dec 1719, Moses Spencer indebted to Rober Gray husbandman of Berwick for £100 with a 27 acres parcel of land in Berwick as collateral.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book X, Fol. 224 and Fol 225 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds10inmain

On 27 Nov 1721, Bejmanin Webber and Robert Gray executed two deeds one Webber deeded to Gray, other Gray deeded to Webber.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XI Fol. 44 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds111main

On 6 Oct 1722, Robert Gray deeded to William Pepperrell for £15 a 80 acre tract of land being the same land purchased 7 Nov 1821 from Benjamin Webber. Deed signed by both Robert and Elizabeth Gray
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XI Fol. 46 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds111main

On 25 Oct 1722, Robert Gray deeded to Ralph Farhnum for nothing (?) the place where Rober Gray lives. Part of the ames Allen, Andrew Grover, Mathew Grover, Robert Gray, and Elihue Parsons initial purchase, since spilt amoung themselves. Deed signed by both Robert and Elizabeth Gray
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XI Fol. 48 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds111main

On 25 Oct 1722, Ralph Farhum deeded to Robert Gray for nothing (?) a portion of the land in Book XI Fol47
--
York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XI Fol. 119 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds112main

On 17 Sep 1724, David Sawyer deeded to Robert Gray for £30 a 30 acre tract of land in Berwick.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XII Fol. 18 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 2 Dec 1724, Robert Gray deeded to son George Gray in consideration of love and affection a 10 1/2 acre tract in the town of York. Deed signed by both Robert and Elizabeth Gray
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XII Fol. 19 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 11 Dec 1724, Robert Gray and his wife Elizabeth deeded to son George Gray at no cost a 10 acre tract in the town of York. Deed signed by both Robert and Elizabeth Gray
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XII Fol. 219 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 8 Dec Sep 1727, Arthur Bragdon Jr deeded to Robert Gray for £8 a 2 1/2 acre tract in Berwick
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XII Fol. 220 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 8 Dec Sep 1727, Caleb Preble deeded to Robert Gray for £8 a 2 1/2 acre tract in Berwick
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XII Fol. 351 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 11 Dec Sep 1728, Caleb Preble deeded to Robert Gray for £32 a 10 acre tract in Berwick
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XIII Fol. 228 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds12main

On 23 May 1730, Elihue Parson deeded to Robert Gray for £20 16 acres of land at Huckleberry Plain Elihu Parsons obtained 17 Feb 1702/3.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XIV Fol. 184 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeedsbk14y1906main

On 11 Oct 1731, Joseph Leavitt loaned to Robert Gray for £6 with 2 1/2 acres as collateral.
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York Deeds (York County, Maine), Book XVII Fol. 127 at
http://www.archive.org/details/yorkdeeds17inmain

On 24 Nov 1733, Robert Gray deeded to son Joseph Gray in consideration of love and affection a 9 3/4 acre tract in the town of York. Deed signed by both Robert and Elizabeth Gray.
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From Jonathan Sargent notes (not independly verified as of yet):

Jonathan Sargent's earliest York County deed (YD 26:302) is dated 2 Dec 1743 when his father-in-law Robert Gray sold his homestead and proprietor's rights to his "son by law Jonathan Sargent of York, cordswainer". The lot, 15 rods wide, ran southwest from the York River to the Kittery town line and had as neighbors Zacheus Trafton on the northwest and Ebenezer Blaisdell on the southeast. Then as now, the area was called Beech Ridge.
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This came from http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pjmpjm&id=I16556.
No sources were cited other then it came "from Darryl Rowles". Only noted until inpependently verified via other sources.

3. Robert Gray (George) was born in 1680 at (probably), Berwick, York, Maine. He married Elizabeth Goodwin, daughter of William Goodwin and Deliverence Taylor, on 12 Jun 1701; by Rev. Samuel Moody. He married Elizabeth Freethy, daughter of James Freethy and Mary Milbury, in 1706. He died in 1771.

Robert resided in York, Maine in 1708.

Children of Robert Gray and Elizabeth Goodwin were as follows:

i. Sarah married Nathaniel Lewis. She was born on 9 May 1702 at Kittery, York, Maine.

ii. George was born on 17 Apr 1703. He married Mary Joy, daughter of Ephraim Joy, on 26 May 1725 at York, Maine. He died in Jun 1737 at age 34.

He was Cordwainer of York, Maine.

iii. James was born on 12 Apr 1705 at Kittery, York, Maine. He died on 29 Nov 1737 at Wiscasset, Maine, at age 32.

He (James) drowned.

Elizabeth Freethy was born circa 1680.

Children of Robert Gray and Elizabeth Freethy were as follows:

i. John was born on 10 Jun 1707 at York, Maine.

ii. Ruth was born on 27 Mar 1710.

iii. Joseph was born on 10 Aug 1712. He married Sarah Stevens, daughter of Moses Stevens, on 11 Apr 1734 at York, Maine. He married Grace Lang on 8 Sep 1737.

4. iv. Joshua, born 17 Nov 1714 at York; married Jennat Elliot.

v. Mercy married Jonathan Sargent. She was born on 29 Nov 1718.
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Gray, Robert (I1001)
 

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