Lechthaler and Powell
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51 1730 Birth year estimated based on child born 1757, assume conceived 1756, and estimated to be 26 at conception. Nickol, Anna Maria "Nichol" (I3628)
 
52 1756 Marriage year estimated based on child born 1757, assume conceived 1756, and estimated to be 26 at marriage. Family F1233
 
53 1807 Georgia Land Lottery
Fortunate Drawers
at http://www.1807georgialandlottery.com/fortunate-drawers-c.php
includes:

George Cowen Esquire
Isaac Cowen (B.S.)
Joseph Cowen
William Cowen orphans of

dwl note: Does this infer Joseph and William A. were orphans of Isaac Cowan ?
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Letter C - 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws found at
http://www.1805georgialandlottery.com/c.shtml

George Cowan (1)
George Cowan Senr. (1)
Isaac Cowan (1)
James Cowan (1)
John Cowan (2)
John Cowan [orphans of] (1)
Joseph Cowan (1)
Samuel Cowan (1)
Sarah Cowan (1)
Stewart Cowan (1)
William A. Cowan (1)

Abigail Cowen [widow] (1)
Elijah Cowen (1)
William Cowen (1)
David Cowens (1)

dwl note: Does this infer Joseph, Samuel, Sarah, Stewart, and William A. were orphans of John Cowan ?
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A John Cowan that died in Chester Co. SC in 1837 names a child William in his will. Trees can be found stating this William was born 1789, close to the 1850 census birth year of 1787 for William A. Cowan. The same trees state he married a Martha McFadden.

I have eliminated this John Cowan as being William A. Cowan's father since the John Cowan estate expenditures contain the entry "28 Nov 1838 - By cash paid John Simpson for coffin for Wm Cowan $2.00". This infers to me that the William, son of John Cowan in Chester Co. SC died about 28 Nov 1838. Therefore, I have eliminated John Cowan of Chester SC as the father of William A. Cowan.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWEN, JOHN OF CHESTER DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: ESTATE RECORD BOOK O, PAGE 92; ESTATE PACKET: APT 13, PKG 221) (1 FRAME).

On 8/25/12 checked :

South Carolina, Probate Records, Bound Volumes, 1671-1977
at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1919417

Chester
Index to probate records, 1787-1950
John Cowan, file 13, package 221, John Cowan Ex, Book O, Pg 92, date of appointment Apr 1837, Img 43 of 208

Probate records, 1835-1837, Vol. O
Page 92, Img 99 of 170 - Will of John Cowan, will proven

Probate records, 1835-1837, Vol. P
Page 144, Img 147 of 244 - John Cowan estate final return

South Carolina, Probate Records, Files and Loose Papers, 1732-1964
at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1911928

Chester - Probate Court Files - 1788-1866
Apartments 013-017, Packages 214-286,
John Cowan estate file - file 13, package 221: starts at Img 103-113 of 825;
Img 104-105 will, will proved
Img 106-109 inventory, sale bill
Img 110 request for sale, receipts and expenditures; contains 28 Nov 1838 expenditure "By cash paid John Simpson for coffin for Wm Cowan $2.00"
Img 111-112 Ltrs of testamentary, permission for sale, account receipts
Img 113 final return recorded P/146
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An Andrew Cowan died about 7 Apr 1789 in Abbeville Co. 96th district. He had a son William mentioned in his will, but no Joseph. The will does not infer William was a minor that required a guardian.

I have eliminated Andrew Cowan as being William A. Cowan's father because it appears the William Cowan mentioned in the will was not a minor plus the fact Joseph was not mentioned either.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWAN, ANDREW OF NINETY SIX DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: ESTATE RECORD BOOK 1, PAGE 12; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 18, PKG 388) (2 FRAMES).
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An Samuel Cowan in Abbeville Co. wrote will 12 Dec 1851 (proven/DOD unknown). Mentions son William Nixon Cowan. No mention of a Joseph.

I have eliminated Samuel Cowan because son named William Nixon, not William A.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWAN, SAMUEL OF ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (2 FRAMES) (ESTATE PACKET: BOX 137, PKG. 3894)
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An Isaac Cowan of Abbeville Co. Will proven 2 Jan 1832. No mention of children named William or Joseph.

Doubtful because no William mentioned.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWAN, ISAAC OF ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (1 FRAME) (MSS WILL: BOOK 2, PAGE 300; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 17, PKG. 354)
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A Hanna Cowan died 29 Jul 1819 in Abbeville Co. No mention of William or Joseph.

Doubtful because no William or Joseph mentioned.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWAN, HANNA OF ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (1 FRAME) (MSS WILL: BOOK 2, PAGE 70; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 106, PKG. 2750)
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A John Cowan died 22 Jun 1805 in Abbeville Co. Mentions a mother Ann Cowan, brothers William and Issac Cowan, and two brother-in-laws.

Doubtful because William Cowan would have had to be of age by 1805. Plus their is no mention of Joseph.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWAN, JOHN OF ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: ESTATE RECORD BOOK 1, PAGE 310; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 106, PKG 2749) (2 FRAMES).
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A John Cowans died 12 Sep 1792 in Abbeville SC. Wife Margaret. No son's named Joesph or William.

Doubtful because no William or Joesph mentioned.

See http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
"Will Transcripts 1782 - 1855"
COWANS, JOHN OF ABBEVILLE COUNTY, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: ESTATE RECORD BOOK 1, PAGE 85; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 20, PKG 434) (2 FRAMES).
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Noted for reference...
Search "All" record groups in http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/
for Cowan, James

found

Series: S213192
Volume: 0036
Page: 00159
Item: 005
Date: 12/18/1797
Description: COWAN, JAMES SR., PLAT FOR 220 ACRES ON ROCKY RIVER, ABBEVILLE COUNTY, NINETY SIX DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN COWAN.
Names indexed: ADAMS; BASKIN, JAMES STUART; BASKIN, WILLIAM; BROUGH, JAMES; COWAN, JAMES SR.; COWAN, JOHN; EZARD, MASON; TRIMBLE, JOSEPH
Locations: ABBEVILLE COUNTY; NINETY SIX DISTRICT; ROCKY RIVER
Document type: PLAT

and

Series: S213192
Volume: 0044
Page: 00206
Item: 002
Date: 6/7/1816
Description: WALKER, JOHN, PLAT FOR 110 ACRES ON SAVANNAH RIVER, ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY JOHN COWAN ON JANUARY 3, 1790.
Names indexed: BARKSDALE, RICHARD; COWAN, JAMES; COWAN, JOHN; LERAW, FRANCIS; WALKER, JOHN
Locations: ABBEVILLE DISTRICT; SAVANNAH RIVER
Document type: PLAT
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Cowan (I5633)
 
54 1808 Dobel church book as 27 Feb 1798 with Feb crossed out and "April ?" noted above. Ruff, Elisabetha "Ruoff, Rueff" (I1883)
 
55 1808 Dobel Family book for Jacob Friedrich Gerwig has her as Christiana Elizabeth.
Charles H. gerwig information has he name as Christina Katherine. 
Gerwig, Christina Elisabeth (I152)
 
56 1808 Familty Book for Markus Pfeiffer mentions 3 sons and 1 daughter by Lucia Bukler. "of these children is [something]" Pfeiffer, Markus (I1489)
 
57 1808 Family booh has age at death as 77y 1m 1d
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Marriage record lists marriage and Johann Georg Kircher location as Mietal or Wietal. 
Kircher, Johann Jacob "Johann Jakob" (I1312)
 
58 1808 Family booh has age at death as 77y 3m 14d. Pfeiffer, Elisabetha (I1313)
 
59 1808 Family Book has age at death as 58y 7m 13d. König, Johann Michael (I2026)
 
60 1808 Family book has age at death as 75y 5m 20d. Stoll, Margaretha (I2021)
 
61 1808 Family book has age at death as 75y 6m 26d. Pfeiffer, Jacob Friedrich (I2020)
 
62 1808 Family Book has age at death of 38y 5m 19d. Picher, Charlotte Wilhelmine (I2035)
 
63 1808 Family Book has age at death of 76y 9m 11d. Merkle, Regina Elisabetha (I2027)
 
64 1808 Family book has at at death as 76y 7,8, or 9m 24d. Pfeiffer, Johann Martin (I2016)
 
65 1808 Family book has his age at death as 46y 6m. Pfrommer, Johann Jacob (I1855)
 
66 1808 Neusatz Family Book has age at death as 19y 1m 24d and her date of birth as 2 Nov 1768. Calculated from her death date using the age at death noted in the 1808 family book as well as the death record, her date of birth is 3 Dec 1768. Sauter, Elisabetha (I1890)
 
67 1808 Neusatz Family Book has age at death as 59y 7m 24d.

Charles H. Gerwig notes have surname as Ruffen (might be female form of Ruff; i.e. Ruffin). 
Ruff, Regina Jacobina "Ruoff, Rueff, Regina Jakobina" (I142)
 
68 1808 Neusatz Family Book has age at death as 70y 11m 3d.

DESCENDANTS OF CHRISTOPH ADAM GERWIK web site: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hcpd/norman/GERWIG.htm 
Gerwig, Christoph Adam "Gerwik" (I143)
 
69 1811 Family book birth date conflicts with baptism record. Went with baptism record date.
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Never found any evidence of Anna Katharina Klohr in Baltimore.
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Klohr, Anna Katharina (I3388)
 
70 1811 Family book for George Klohr and John Adam Klohr both have John Adam birthdate as 26 Mar 1787. Baptism record has him born 29 Mar 1787 and baptized the 30th. I went with the baptism record since it was recorded cloest to the actual event.
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2/12/2009 checked LDS # 1180099 "Baden Emmigration Index, before 1866, Karft - Lutterer". Check many permutations of spelling (Kl*, Kh*, Ko*) with no success. Only Klohr was 1854 immigrant from Lutzelscahen/Weinheim, a Klar from Fautenbach/Achern, a Johann Kohler in 1832 to North America was listed as a master baker (see file saved), an Adam Kohler in 1891 (see file saved).
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Checked LDS IGI for 1783/1827 Adam and 1818 Elisabetha in Gimmeldingen, Haardt, and Mußbach on 1/16/9.
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Some Klohr home locations can be found on page 21 (2nd District) and page 29 (Randallstown) in the 1877 Baltimore County Atlas by G.M. Hopkins

This same Atlas lists Adam Klohr from Germany settling in the 2nd district (Randallstown) in 1842.
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Actual tombstone appears to say J.A., not J.P. as in cemetery book.
Birth date based on death date from tombstone and 80 y to 84 y, 7 m 2d. The 84y came from my intrepretation of actual tombstone. Could be 81 y, book says 80 y.
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c1840 Adam Klaure, 2nd District, Baltimore Co:
Male < 5 - 2, 10 to < 15 - 1, 50 to < 60 - 1
Female 5 to < 10 - 1, 30 to < 40 - 1, 40 to < 50 - 1
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Jan 14, 1840 Baltimore Sun has an Adam Klohr on York Road, 1 mi from Mr. Ramsey's Govanstown, settling grape and fruit plants. No way to know if it's the same Adam Klohr. Ditto Ditto 27, 1839 newspaper.
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In the book "The Old Otterbein Church story" by Paul Ellsworth Holdcraft (search surname Klohr) has a reference on page 94 to an Adam Klohr as part of an 1833 list of members. Church was located at Conway and Sharp Streets. No way to know if this is the same Adam Klohr, althought by naturalization date, it could have been him. Baltimore County Genealogical Society Vol 27, No. 3, Page 307 contains the same information.
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According to 1923 plat their was a Klohr Road. Reference: Baltimore County Circuit Court Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats MSA C2136: (Plats) Index by Reference
Reference: Plat Book WPC 7, pp. 66-67
Date: 1923/07/19
Description: Ruff, Seymour and Wife to Mary Katharine Blair, Fieldstone, Lot 19
Storage Location: B5/13/ 1/ 6
or
http://plato.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/stagser/s1500/s1529/cfm/dsp_unit.cfm?county=ba&qualifier=C&series=2136&unit=4180&p_ds_value=2&p_ms_value=2
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Mary Ann Wolfzorn 1/25/2008 wrote: My Klohrs all came from the area of Germany around Neustadt an der Weinstrasse....Neustadt on the Wine Road..................and surrounding villages, : Gimmeldinghen, Hardt, Mussbach, and others around that area. The Klohrs own that area. They have been in the wine business over there for over 300 years. They own co-ops, and wineries over there.................my great grandfather was born in Gimmeldinghen and baptized in Hardt.

[email address in notes]

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MDLandRec.net Baltimore County TK345 p 348: On 27 Sep 1844 Benjamin and Alexander Stiuchcomb deed to Adam Klohr for $390 part of "Addition to Jeopardy" and "Amsterdam" more or less 26 1/2 acres. Benjamin and Alexander Stiuchcomb received land via 1827 will of Thomas Stiuchcomb. Thomas Stiuchcomb purchases the land in 1815 from Richard Allen (liber 133 folio 448).

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County TK345 p 350: On 27 Sep 1844 Adam Klohr and wife Catherine mortgage to John Lechthaler for $330 part of "Addition to Jeopardy" and "Amsterdam". Note payable in 1 year with interest at which John Lechthaler will release claim to property. Property used as colleteral for one year lean of $330.

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County AWB410 p 512: On 3 April 1849 John Lechthaler released mortgage to Adam Klohr and Catherine Klohr his wife and received repayment of $330 plus interest.

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County GHC39 p 41: On 31 Oct 1863 Julius Sauter and Margaret Ann his wife and Christian Sauter and Mary Fancis his wife deede to Adam Klor for $600 a property on the north side of Lyons Mill Road. Is this the son, Adam Klohr b 1827?

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County GHC39 p 42: On 21 Oct 1863 Julius Sauter and Margaret Ann his wife and Christian Sauter and Mary Fancis his wife deede to Adam Klor for $1200 a property on Church Road. Is this the son, Adam Klohr b 1827?

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County JHL55 p 353: On 24 Apr 1867 Adison T. Randall bond for conveyance to Adam Klohr for $1500 for land adjacent to "Addition to Jeopardy" and "Amsterdam". Is this the son, Adam Klohr b 1827?

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County EHA64 p 476: On 29 Dec 1869 Adison T. Randall and wife of Talbot County deeded to Adam Klohr the property above ( JHL55 p 353, 24 Apr 1867 ). Is this the son, Adam Klohr b 1827?

MDLandRec.net Baltimore County EHA32 p 499: On 14 May 1869 Ann Cathrine Klohr, John Herman Klohr (he signs document as John Henry Klohr) and Elizabeth Klohr his wife, Herman Klohr and Barbara Klohr his wife mortgaged to William M. Isaac administrator. Whereas Adam Klohr in his will devised unto Ann Catherine Klohr all lands and Ann Catherine Klohr renounced the administration of the will to William H. Isaac. Sums of money were also assigned as follows: Mary Ann daughter of Adam $300.00, Elizabeth another daughter $100.00, William Claggett the grandson $200.00, and to Anna Klohr the grandaughter $50.00. Mentions Mary Ann Claggett wife of Adam Claggett and Elizabeth Lechtoller wofe of John Lechtoller daughter of Adam Klohr. 
Klohr, John Adam "Johann Adam" (I69)
 
71 1860 census has her name as Martha E.
This is the only place I found reference to Martha so I went with Eva, which is oufnd everywhere else.
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Location of death an assumption on my part.
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I believe the 1819 marriage took place in Union Mills, then Nicholas Co. (later Braxton Co,), not Fluvanna Co.
I have found mention of Union Mills on the Elk River in Braxton Co.
This location makes more sense then Fluvanna Co.
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Spillman, Eve "Eva, Martha E., Mary Eva" (I7195)
 
72 1860 Greenbank, Pocahontas, VA census at
Series: M653 Roll: 1371 Page: 763
has Mary Wooddell, age 73 listed by herself. On the same page as well as the next page are other Wooddell. Most people have her as Mary Polly Blake, the wife of Thomas Wooddell. Saved here only as reference.
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Some have a birth date of 4 Jul 1793 in Pocahontas Co., VA.
Others have a birth date of 10 Feb 1791 in Pocahontas Co., VA.
Some have a death date of 9 JAN 1843 in Pocahontas Co.,VA. Others have same date in Pike Co. OH.

I have found not yet found a source cited for any of this information.

I used 1793 as a birth date estimate.
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Slaven, Mary "Polly" (I5221)
 
73 1899 City Directory has John H. Schisler coffee roaster 1t 1427 e Hoffman.

C1900 has John Schissler on East Horrman St.

I am assuming John is working for John C. Friedel Jr. 
Schisler, John H. (I370)
 
74 19 Mar 1742 debt obligation saved in MarburgCourtRecord1.jpg notes Johannes Kroner as brother-in-law.

See \Spreadsheets\MarburgArchiveRecords.xlsx for a complete summary of Lechthaler Marburg court records.
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Could not find burial record in church book copy 1745-1766.
Could not find burial record in KB 1653-1767 1751-1766.
Could not find burial record in KB 1688-1766 1751-1766.
I have assumed he died and did not just run off. Estimate of death based on guardianship document dated 4 Dec 1765.
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Lechthaler, Johannes (I5096)
 
75 1900 address 227 Chapel St.
1910 address living with John Lechthaler and sister Matilda.
1920 address living with son Albert at 926 Bradforn St.
1930 address living with daughter Eva at 4218 Stanwood Ave.
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Per 12/27/16 Dave Schaaf email (see email archives for entire message thread)

3. The location of John and Margaret Miller's head stones at Baltimore Cemetery is not the only purchase of lots that the Millers made there. They also purchased a large plot in 1860 for the burial of their 2-year old daughter Emma Miller, sister of both Albert and Mathilda. If Emma had lived, she would without doubt, have been in the photo. This large plot at the apex of the plateau, and not so far from the gate of Baltimore Cemetery (that had only been founded on 1853), would serve the Mank family through generations. Though bought by the Millers, there must be a dozen-and-a-half of my ancestors buried there that are named "Mank," or that were Manks before marriage. One of the latter burials there is my grandmother's sister, Mrs.Eva Mank Southern (1978), others, my great grandfather, August Mank (1952), and my own grandmother Margaret Christine Mank Hartmann, buried 1926. My great-grandmother must have inherited that plot. There is only one headstone marker there, and it offers the location of my aunt and great-grandfather. It's a forlorn and damaged place now, and I'm sad for that. Otherwise, the plot is a lawn.
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Per 7/17/17 Dave Schaaf email (see email archives for entire message thread)

John and Margaret Miller have another plot at Baltimore Cemetery, and 11 people are buried there : Manks, Millers and an Elliott child. Interment is in the Lot No. 334 Area N, recorded in the name of John A. Miller, and purchased before May 21, 1860. Emma Miller- a young daughter of John and Margaret was interred there on May 21, 1860 - she was 1 year - 6 months old. This is a very large plot, and I'm familiar with it for this is the plot where my grandmother is buried. I have never been to the graves of John and Margaret Miller - and still can't place them from the "volunteer photographer's" photos.

The third interment is an Elliott child - Thomas G. Elliott, interred on November 28, 1887, aged 3 years-.

With both these young children are:

William F. Miller interred December 5, 1883 - 27 days

Rosina Christiane Quidas Miller, interred October 21, 1903 (my great-grandmother Mank's mother) - 45 years

Dorothea E. Mank interred December 10, 1911 - 1 year 2 mos.

Betty Virginia Mank - interred February 16, 1926 - 14 mos.

Margaret Christine Mank Hartmann - interred September 28, 1926 - aged 20 yrs. (my grandmother - tragically she died in childbirth with my Mom)

Melvonea Mank - interred May 2, 1928 - aged 10 mos.

Albert Frederick Miller, Sr. interred October 22, 1941 - aged 88 years (John and Margaret Miller's son and first child, my gr. gr. grandfather)

August Mank - interred May 28, 1952 - aged 69 years (Eva Miller Mank's husband and my great-grandfather)

Eva Elizabeth Mank Southern (Aunt Eva of Indiana, I remember her - the last burial in that plot.), - interred April 15, 1978 - aged 66

The only stone on the entire plot recognizes August Mank and Eva Southern/ father and daughter
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Miller, Albert Frederick (I43)
 
76 1900 and 1910 census records refer to her has Nellie G. Later records refer to her as Gladys. I went with records where her parents would have given her name.
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A few West Virginia newpaper articles mention Gladys Supcoe being part of nursing organications. From this I have assumed she was somehow connected with the nursing profession.
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Hamrick information from Don Norman can be found in \DonNormanFiles15Jan2011\Hamrick or via this webpage
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hcpd/norman/norman.htm
No. File Name
1 Patrick1.htm Patrick Hamrick
2 Patrick1.htm Benjamin Hamrick
14 Patrick1.htm Benjamin Hamrick
36 Patrick1.htm John Hamrick
152 Patrick1.htm Charles W. Hamrick
644 Patrick2.htm Austin Hamrick
1607 Patrick4.htm Gladys Hamrick
3089 - Robert Supcoe

No sources are given although the information seems like a good starting point and the majority seems to be accurate.
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Hamrick, Nellie Gladys "Gladys" (I3891)
 
77 1900 census birth date (Feb 1892) conflicts with other records (1 Feb 1893).
I went with 1 Feb 1893 and assumed c1900 was in error.
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Brand, Dwightman (I8677)
 
78 1900 census has birth date as Jul 1885
Death certificate has 23 Jul 1886
Tombstone has 1885

I went with death certificate.
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Cronauer, Mary Catherine (I7375)
 
79 1900 census has birth date as Jun 1865, tombstone has 1864.

I went with 1900 census.
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Sutton, William H. (I8576)
 
80 1900 census has birthdate as Aug 1882.
Cabel Co. WV death certificate has 23 Aug 1881.
St. Michael's Church baptism record has 23 Aug 1882.

I went with 23 Aug 1882.
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Gunning, Mary Kathryn "Catherine" (I7384)
 
81 1907 birthdate from 1987 photo noting her age as 80.

Marie was adopted by Lydia M. Granger Fowler, wife of Charles T. Fowler. Lydia Granger's parents were William Granger and Mary Elizabeth Pursley. Robert Emmitt Jackson's parents were Martin Jackson and Penolope Pursley, sister of Mary Elizabeth Pursley.

Lydia M. Granger has a sister Effie A. Granger. Effie married Denny Burrows. They had Terrance Burrows, the painter.

Maries Certificate of Birth: Elaine Marie Jackson, Born 4/20/1907. Second child. Father Robert Emmit Jackson, age 29, waterman, born in Baltimore, Md. Mother Elsie Sylena Kirby, born in St. Michaels, Md. Reported by J.C.D. Davis, St. Michaels, Md. 
Jackson, Eloise Marie "aka Marie J. Fowler" (I287)
 
82 1920 could not be found for Elmer & Catherine Pettingall. It seems they may have been in Baltimore.
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Donley County Texas lies just east of Armstring County Texas
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Pettingall, Elmer Ellsworth "Pettingell, Pettengall, Pattengall" (I7273)
 
83 1920 could not be found for Elmer & Catherine Pettingall. It seems they may have been in Baltimore.
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I could not determine positively the parents of Catherine Ann Elizabeth Phebus.

My best guess is she is the daughter of an unknown father (possibly with surname Young, possibly illegitimate) and mother Elizabeth Schill and was raised by her Phebus great-grandmother and great-aunt.

Elizabeth Schill is the daughter of George B. Schill and Mary Margaret Phebus.

Frederick County Land Record Book AF-9 Folio 196-197 is the 4 April 1884 deed where John H. Schill and Catherine B Schill his wife, Mary E. Fallen, Catherine A. E. Phebus, and George W. Schill and Mary E. Schill his wife heirs at law of George B. Schill deceased sell a property bought by George B. Schill in 1849. This record connects Catherine A. E. Phebus to the surname Schill.

Mary Margaret Phebus married George B. Schill on 14 Apr 1843.

An 1850 census shows George B. Schill, wife Mary, and children Mary E., George, John, and Elizabeth.

On 6 Aug 1850 property of George B. Schill was seized by the sheriff and sold at auction where Elizabeth Phebus was the highest bidder (Bk AF-7 Pg 461-464). Also see 30 Jun 1870 Bk CM-6 Pg 729-730, 5 Jan 1872 CM-7 Pg 600-601,
28 Mar 1859 BGF-4 Pg 85, and 1 Jan 1852 ES-2 Pg 40 for later Elizabeth Phebus transactions on the same property.

Estate administration bond for for George B. Schill estate was posted on 13 Feb 1951.

On 10 Jan 1957 Mary Schill married Abdiel L Strailman in Washington Co. MD.

An 1860 census shows Abdiel L. Strailman , wife Mary, Mary Schill, John Schill, George Schill, and 2 Strailman children.

An 1860 census shows Eliza Phebus (b 1802), Eliza Phebus (b 1836), and Eliza Schill. I believe the Eliza Phebus (b 1802) is the mother of Mary Margaret Phebus and the Eliza Phebus (b 1836) is the sister of Mary Margaret Phebus. It seems Eliza Schill was living with her great-grandmother and great-aunt.

An 1870 census shows Elizabeth Phebus (b 1802), Elizabeth A. Phebus (b 1838), and Catherine A. E. Young (b 1866). Note the surname Young (could this have been the father's surname?). I believe Elizabeth Schill had a child in 1866 and died before 1870.

An 1880 census shows Elizabeth Phebus (b 1837) and Catherine A. E. Phebus (b 1865). Note Catherine is now using the surname Phebus and is noted as the niece of Elizabeth.

On 15 Jul 1891 Catherine A. E. Phebus married Elmer Ellsworh Pettingall in Donley County Texas. Donley County marriage records do not contain bride/groom parent information.

Catherine Ann Elizabeth Pettingall 9 Jun 1936 Maryland death certificate has parents as unknown.

So, I have Catherine A. E. the daughter of an unknown father and Elizabeth Schill who was raised by her Phebus great-grandmother and great-aunt and took Phebus as her surname.
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Phebus, Catherine Ann Elizabeth "Katie" (I7274)
 
84 1930 census shows brother Arch W. Black. Black, Mayme C. "Mamie, Mary" (I25)
 
85 2/17/20 Notes:

Many have Christina as the daughter of Henry Schamberger. I could never determine the source of this connection. But based on DNA I do believe it is true.

I looked for ancestry.com DNA kits connected to my wife (her mother was a Barge) that had the Schamberger surname in the tree but not Barge (i.e. other paths to the Schamberger surname). I found 6 kits connected to a Peter Schamberger, probably a brother of Christina. I found 10 kits connected to a Catherine Schamberger, probably a sister of Christina.

On tracing Henry back into German church records, I determined his mother was Elisabetha Boshaar. So I looked for DNA kits connected to my wife that contained that surname.I found 7 kits connecting to the Boshaar surname that had connections back to the same town or towns very close to where Henrich was born and married.

I messaged 7 people that connect to Peter or Catharina Schamberger requesting they cross-check my findings for connections to the Boshaar surname. As of 3/19/20 only 2 responded. One did not grasp what I was asking them to do but the other who connected to Catherine did verify she had 3 kits connected to Boshaar, two of which traced back to Boshaar in Zweibrücken.

Based on the DNA kit connections found, I have noted Henry Shamberger as Christina's father. But note normal German immigrant given name and surname confusion exists.

Confusion in given names come from Americanization of names and German given name conventions. Henry here would be known as Heinrich in Germany and probably baptized as Johann Heinrich.

Confusion is surnames stems mostly from the person involved being illiterate so the spelling of the surname is left up to the person creating the record who does the best he can to spell what he just heard. Hence in Henry's will (which he signed with HS in the German original copy) he is noted as Henry Shambarger. In the 1745 PA baptism record for son Peter he is noted as Heinrich Schamberger. In his 1726 marriage record he is noted a Henrich Schaumberger. In his 1702 baptism record he is noted as Johann Heinrich Schomberger. etc. etc. Other variations exists in other records.

In conclusion, all data I have on Christina's ancestors is based on German church records only. Not ancestry.com trees or indexing since I believe the large majority of that information is incorrect. All applicable German church record images and transcription/translations are included. The DNA connections information is in
\genealogy\ancestry files\Schamberger\SchambergerDNA.doc
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2/20/20 Notes:

I also never found a source for the given name Christiana, which is not a normal German given name. Note the English version of Henry Shamberger's will notes a daughter Christina (not Christiana). But also note the German version of the same will makes no mention of the given name for the daughter.

Based on this and given Christiana probably did not marry Lewis Barge until about 1775, it's possible the daughter mention in Henry's will is her. It's also possible her given name is Christina, not Christiana.
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2/25/20 Notes:

Assuming the ancestors of this person is Schaumberger, her ancestors appear in various church books in a cluster of towns near Zweibrücken, Rhineland-Palatinate. To track the stream of records you have to check the church books near Zweibrücken. Also note the Scheddling line includes a Catholic to Lutheran conversion so Catholic church books come into play also.

This Google map shows the involved towns:
https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Walsheim,+Gersheim,+Germany/Breitfurt,+Blieskastel,+Germany/Wattweiler,+Zweibr%C3%BCcken,+Germany/Zweibr%C3%BCcken,+Germany/Mimbach,+Blieskastel,+Germany/Bubenhausen,+Germany/Mittelbach,+Zweibr%C3%BCcken,+Germany/Winterbach+(Pfalz),+Germany/Herbitzheim,+66453+Gersheim,+Germany/Rubenheim,+Gersheim,+Germany/@49.2299175,7.268077,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m62!4m61!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795cd38b6e33917:0x6d396eedefd13ba!2m2!1d7.2346676!2d49.1556026!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795cdbff4056875:0x439167a24aa58714!2m2!1d7.2455323!2d49.1985991!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795d195dbb47929:0xa22d4d79f12ea80!2m2!1d7.316069!2d49.2360891!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795d0df43b88813:0x422d4d510db1bf0!2m2!1d7.3634022!2d49.2450528!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795ce1af475edf3:0xb42cef0218b94cca!2m2!1d7.2672663!2d49.2286549!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795d1100b74fdb1:0x228d8cb7f08c2081!2m2!1d7.3499804!2d49.2432323!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795d162baed8601:0x4caa07cd64d2b787!2m2!1d7.3396254!2d49.2148626!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795d83a5a1f8a41:0xb7d0c3a03140fecf!2m2!1d7.4687843!2d49.3046372!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795cd1c5602205d:0xfa6ceab0c8108182!2m2!1d7.2198315!2d49.1676528!1m5!1m1!1s0x4795ccf76308318d:0x739d407726016ff2!2m2!1d7.2071924!2d49.1747978!3e0
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Shamberger, Christiana (I4210)
 
86 2/2/16 at http://gw.geneanet.org/walterbauer?lang=en&pz=natasha+lea&nz=shaver&ocz=0&p=michel&n=roller&oc=1
was found the following:

Michel Roller
Born 3 March 1678 - Wörnersberg, 72299, Landkreis Freudenstadt, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Baptized 4 March 1678 - Wörnersberg, 72299, Landkreis Freudenstadt, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Deceased before November 1704
Bürger in Grömbach

Information he has on Michel Roller's wife matched information I verified via LDS microfilm. Therefiore, I have high confidence in this information although I have not personally verified it.
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Roller, Michael (I3732)
 
87 2/27/20
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/265386?availability=Family%20History%20Library
Kirchenbuch, 1686-1798 Katholische Kirche Landstuhl (BA. Homburg)
Taufen 1686-1798 Heiraten 1696-1798 Tote 1698-1798
Checked for Philip Klein children from 1782/Img 180 to 1788/Img 193 - none found

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/237849?availability=Family%20History%20Library
Kirchenbuch, 1706-1953 Katholische Kirche Kirchenarnbach (Obernheim-Kirchenarnbach)
Taufen 1706-1763 Heiraten 1718-1742 Tote 1718-1753 Heiraten 1710-1716 Tote 1710-1714 Heiraten 1708-1712 Taufen 1764-1873 Konfirm. 1808-1873
Checked for Philip Klein children from 1782/Img 359 to 1808/Img425 - children found 1788 to 1798 and noted, none found prior to 1788 or after 1798.

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/46796?availability=Family%20History%20Library
Kirchenbuch, 1723-1961 Katholische Kirche Bann (BA. Homburg)
Checked for Philip Klein children from 1782/Img 136 to 1789/Img 154 - No Klein found
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Klein, Philipp (I10759)
 
88 222
1663 Augustus 6
Nalatenschap van: Johan Eeck,
tussehen: Sicco Eeck mede voor zijn vrouw Houwrelia Stala, Tiaert Eeck mede voor zijn vrouw Clara Helena van den Boetzelaar, Berent Eeck, Johan Eeck, Margareta Wichers, geb. Eeck
Zegel Stad Groningen

223
1663 Augustus 6
Nalatenschap van: Johan Eeck,
tussehen: Johanna Crans weduwe Johan Eeck ter eene, en Sicco Eeck voor zijn vrouw Houwrelia Stala, Tiaert Eeck mede voor zijn vrouw Clara Helena van den Boetzelaar, Berent Eeck, Johan Eeck, en Wicher Wichers voor zijn vrouw Margareta Eeck, ter andere zijde.
Zegel Stad Groningen

222
1663 August 6
Inheritance of: Johan Eeck,
tussehen: Sicco Eeck for his wife Houwrelia Stala, Tiaert Eeck for his wife Clara Helena van den Boetzelaar, Berent Eeck, Johan Eeck, Margareta Wichers, b. Eeck
Seal City of Groningen

223
1663 August 6
Inheritance of: Johan Eeck,
between: Johanna Crans widow Johan Eeck for one, and Sicco Eeck for his wife Houwrelia Stala, Tiaert Eeck for his wife Clara Helena van den Boetzelaar, Berent Eeck, Johan Eeck, and Wicher Wichers for his wife Margareta Eeck, on the other.
Seal City of Groningen 
Eeck, Margaretha (I9588)
 
89 25 Feb 1727 marriage records notes him being the son of Ulrich Pfrommer from Weltenschwann. Therefore, I have assumed him to be a son of Ulrich and Barbara Pfrommer. Saved as\Ancestry Files G\AltburgChurchRecords(2ndGroup)\Mar1668-1758_1727_Pg50.jpg.
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Pfrommer, Matheus (I1576)
 
90 26 Jan 1705 Friedrich Kessler, son of Matthaus married Catharina, daughter of Hans Seitz. Saved for reference as \Genealogy\Ancestry Files\LohrhauptenChurchRecords\2017\FriedrichKessler1705Marriage.jpg

12 Jan 1711 Friedrich Kessler married Anna Maria Sinhel(?) Saved for reference as \Genealogy\Ancestry Files\LohrhauptenChurchRecords\2017\FriedrichKessler1711Marriage.jpg

No Catharina, wife of Friedrich Kessler death was found between 1705 and 1711.

Therefore, I could not determine which couple are the parents of Elisabetha Kessler b 27 Oct 1711.
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Kessler, Friedrich (I8222)
 
91 27 Aug 1700 Elisabeth Boshaar marriage record has name as Johann Bancratis Schaumberger
6 Apr 1702 Johanne Heinrich baptism record has name as Johannes Bancrat Schomberger
15 Feb 1704 Esther Barbel baptism record has name as Bancratius Schomberger
25 Feb 1704 wife Elisabeth death record has name as Bancratis Schomberger
3 Jun 1704 Anna Elisabeth Klein marriage record has name as Johannes Schaumberger
27 Feb 1705 Anna Elisabeth baptism record has name as Bancratius Schomberger
21 Nov 1706 Magdalena baptism record has name as Joh: Schaumberger
28 Nov 1708 Hans Georg baptism record has name as Joh: Schaumberger
23 Aug 1715 Johann Carl baptism record has name as Joh: Schaumberger
30 Jan 1718 Susanna baptism record has name as Joh: Schaumberger
20 Apr 1726 son Henrich Schaumberger marriage record has name as Johannes Schaumberger
--- The 27 Aug 1700 Elisabeth Boshaar marriage record appears to say father "from (zu) Munchroden in dynasty (in fürstenhaus) Cöberg"

I could not find Munchroden but did find a Münchenroda. I spot checked early baptism and marriage records in Kirchenbuch, 1689-1800, Evangelische Kirche Großschwabhausen (AG. Jena) (Main Author) and did not find any Schaumberger entries.

I did not enter any use of this town name since I was not sure I ever found the correct location/name.

Ref:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/M%C3%BCnchenroda,+07751+Jena,+Germany/@50.9290571,11.5069348,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x47a6a816989731f7:0xa208ec40a0c5610!8m2!3d50.9300191!4d11.5123078

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/207220?availability=Family%20History%20Library
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Schaumberger, Johannes (I10918)
 
92 28 Feb 1729 Lorentz Amend son of Mattheus married Elisabetha Freund, daughter of Peter.
2 Mar 1734 Lorentz Amend bachelor married Elisabeth Kessler, daughter of Friedrich.

So, which are the parents of Elisabetha Amend born 26 Apr 1739, daughter of Lorentz Amend and wife Elisabeth ?

Children born Nov 1731 and Mar 1734 must be Amend/Freund.

Children born Nov 1734 and Jan 1742 hand godperents with Kessler surname, so they are probably Amend/Kessler.

Johannes born May 1736 (godparent Johannes Bangert) could be child of either.
Elisabetha born Apr 1739 (godparent Elisabetha Amend) could be child of either.

28 Feb 1729 Lorentz Amend was born 18 Oct 1703, died 14 Nov 1753.

In Elisabetha Amend 29 Jun 1760 marriage to Johann friedrich Staub her father Lorentz Amend as being alive, eliminating 28 Feb 1729 Lorentz Amend who was born 18 Oct 1703, died 14 Nov 1753.

Therefore, I have concluded Elisabetha born 26 Apr 1739 was the daughter of Lorentz Amend and Elisabetha Kessler.
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Amend, Lorentz (I8213)
 
93 3/18/15
No Recompence Ross found in the following:
Burlington County NJ, Estate index 1785-1970 P-S Img 522 (R start)
Cape May County NJ, Estate index 1804-1980 vol 3 Img 48 (Given R Surname R)
Cape May County NJ, Will index 1804-1970 Ing 498 (Given R Surname R)
Mercer County NJ, Estate index 1838-1939 P-V Img 265 (Given R Surname R)
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Ross, Recompence (I6134)
 
94 3rd Great Grandfather of President Herbert Clark Hoover. Hoover, Andrew "Andreas Huber" (I3423)
 
95 4/28/9 Manfred Kohnlein thought the record might say "Matthi Merkhes von Konweyler". I could not find a city that seemed to match this or any other intrepretation of the city name. Merekhes, Matthis "Matthi Merkhes" (I2738)
 
96 5 Aug 1727 marriage records saved as\Ancestry Files G\AltburgChurchRecords(2ndGroup)\Mar1668-1758_1727_Pg50.jpg.
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Pfrommer, Jacob (I1579)
 
97 5/6/20 Note:
Everybody has James as the father of John b 1772 and a John as the father of James.
I could not find direct evidence of this.
I collected everything I could find on the Miller family in Augusta county, later Bath County.

This research is on hold pending being able to get into a FHL to check Augusta & Bath Co. land records. But some of the snipits below infer the John - James - John sequence if possibly correct.

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This is a collection of Augusta Co. and Bath Co. information on the Miller family.

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Settlers of the Bullpasture in Augusta County, Virginia
as of 5/4/20 at
https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Settlers_of_the_Bullpasture_in_Augusta_County,_Virginia

From "A History of Highland County, Virginia", By Oren Frederic Morton:

The (Earliest) settlers now here (in 1746) were Alexander Black, John Carlisle and Robert Carlisle, Wallace Ashton, Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, James Miller, Matthew Harper, William Warwick, James Largent, William Holman, John McCreary, Samuel Delamontony, Archibald Elliott, and Robert Armstrong. Black was just above the mouth of the Bullpasture, where Major J. H. Byrd now lives. All the others, with perhaps one exception, were on the Bullpasture itself, and nearly or quite in the order they are named as one ascends the river.

Ashton was on the McClung farm at Clover Creek. The two Carliles were in the broad bottom just below. Pullin was a mile above in another wide sweep of bottom. Bodkin was higher up, lying where the present river road comes back to the bottom after its circuit over a bluff. Harper was where W. T. Alexander lives. Miller was between Bodkin and Harper. ...

Miller appears to have come with sons nearly grown and bearing the names of John, William, and Hugh. They often appear in the Augusta records, yet the family does not seem to have remained very long.

From Chalkley's Augusta County records:

1751-1752 Court Records:

Inhabitants of Bull Pasture and head of Cowpasture petition for a road from Walles Asten's Mill to the road on the head of the Calfpasture: Robert Carrolile (Carlisle), Richard Bodkin, Thomas Wright, John Miller, James Hall, Horcklas Willson, John Carrolile, Samuel Forgerson, Michael Harper, Wm. Price, Philip Phegan, William Carrolile, Loftus Pullen (Pullin), Mathew Harper, Hance Harper, James Anglen, John Shaw, John Carrolile. Wallas Aston to be overseer.

1752-1753 Court Records:

Petitioners for a road from William Wilson's mill, on Jackson's River, to Captain Ashton's mill, in the Bull Pasture, being direct road to market and also convenient for the head of Green Bryer settlers. John Miller, William Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Samuel Gay, Robert Gay, Robert Carlisle, John Carlile, Hugh Hicklin, John Hicklin, Lostus (Loftus) Pullin, Thomas Hicklin. May, 1753.


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Source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley

James Miller Records
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MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
Vol II Pg 286
1789--November 21, Peter Burns and Jane Miller, daughter of James Miller (consent); surety, Francis Huff; witnesses, Ro. McClery, Wm. Black.
Vol II Pg 328
1797--November 4, James Miller and Thos. Painter, surety. James Miller and Fanny Powers, widow of Wm. Powers.
Vol II Pg 335
1799--January 7, James Miller and James Cochran, surety. James Miller and Elizabeth Moffett, daughter of Geo. Moffett (consent).

Francis Miller Records
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AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XVI.
Vol I Pg 187
MARCH 19, 1776.
(101) Administration of estate of Francis Miller granted to John Miller.

Will Book 5, Pages 335 - 547
Vol III Pg 144
Page 425.--7th May, 1776. Francis Miller's estate appraised by Elijah McClenachan, John Paris, Joseph Henderson.

Hugh Miller Records
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AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XI.
Vol I Pg 136
AUGUST 18, 1767.
(213) The following produced certificates for hemp: Hugh Miller, James Craig, James Montgomery, Wm. Male, James Lawrence, Thos. Wilson, John Hall, Pat. Miller, James Patterson, Robt. Frazier, Saml. Buckanon, John Hays, Jr.

Court Judgements
Vol I Pg 391
AUGUST, 1789 (A to G).
Excerpts: Andrew Donnolly, of Greenbrier, vs. Hugh Millar. - In October, 1785, the General Assembly appropriated funds to build a road from eastern to western waters and defendant became contractor and plaintiff was his partner. The road.was from Greenbrier C. H. to the Kenoway. ... The committee appointed Hugh Millar foreman... At a meeting of the committee of the inhabitants of the county of Greenbrier, held 30th September, 1786, Hugh Miller... Know all men, etc., I, Hugh Millar, of county of Greenbrier, etc., bound to ... for £10,000, 25th May, 1786.

William Miller Records
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AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. I.
Vol I Pg 19
JUNE 20, 1746.
(65) William Miller, an idle vagrant person and a man of loose behavior--with George Hall, surety-bond.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. IV
Vol I Pg 63
MAY 16, 1754.
(195) David Miller qualifies Admr. of his father's (Wm. Miller) estate.

COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS AUGUSTA COUNTY.
Vol I Pg 302
NOVEMBER, 1749.
William Hughs vs. William Miller.--Abates by death of plaintiff, 1749.
Vol I Pg 308
MAY, 1753.
Peter Ruffner vs. William Miller.--Defendant had gone to Carolina in 1752.

MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
Vol II Pg 320
1796--July 22, John Reid and John Kilkainey, surety. John Reid and Frances Miller, widow of Wm. Miller, deceased, late of Rockbridge County.
Vol II Pg 335
1799--September 5, Peter Reed and John Moore, John Reed, sureties. Peter Reed and Sally Miller, daughter of Wm. Miller, deceased.
Vol II Pg 380
Augusta Land Entry Book 1
1750-51, February 28th--William Miller, 100, above Stair Lick, joining West's line; surveyed.
Vol II Pg 384
1750-51, February 28th--West's line; see William Miller; see Uriah Umble.

John Miller Records
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AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. II.
Vol 1 Pg 44
MAY 28, 1751
(580) Road ordered to be cleared and kept in repair on the cowpasture by these inhabitants: Wallace Estill, Robert Carlile, John Carlile, Loftus Pullen, Richd. Bodkin, Saml. Ferguson, Mathew Harper, Thomas Wright, Michael Harper, Hance Harper, John Miller, William Price, James Anglen, James Hall, Philip Phegan, John Shaw, Herculus Wilson, William, and John Carlile.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. III
Vol I Pg 54
AUGUST 20, 1752.
(317) Ann Miller relinquished dower in 200 acres conveyed by her husband, John Miller, to Ro. McClenachan.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. IV.
Vol I Pg 67
MAY 22, 1755.
(432) David Stuart, security for John Miller, Admr. of James Jones, decd. who is not in this Colony, petitions for counter security.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VII
Vol I Pg 92
AUGUST 19, 1761
(55) Mary Miller, now wife of John Miller, qualifies admx. of her former husband, John Ingles.
Vol I Pg 97
MAY 18, 1762
(210) Commission for examination of Hannah, wife of John Miller.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VIII
Vol I Pg 106
JUNE 21, 1763.
(107) Martha Miller relinquished dower in land conveyed by her husband, John Miller, to David Stewart.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. X.
Vol I Pg 128
AUGUST 20, 1766.
(204) Israel Christian and Andrew Miller qualified administrators of John Miller.
Vol I Pg 129
AUGUST 25, 1766.
(242) John Skelton vs. John Miller.--Abates by death of defendant.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX.
Vol I Pg 251
OCTOBER 16, 1787.
(407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller.

COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS
Vol I Pg 343
AUGUST, 1766 (A).
John Skelton vs. John Miller.--Defendant is dead--23d May, 1766.
Vol I Pg 380
MARCH, 1783 (B).
Mathias Dice vs. John Miller.--Writ, 3d September, 1774. Defendant, the Parsons's son (Alexander Miller?).
Mary Lessley vs. John Miller, of Bull Pasture.--Case writ, 29th April, 1779. John Montgomery in the service. Christopher Grahams in the service.
Vol I Pg 438
1751-1752
Inhabitants of Bull Pasture and head of Cowpasture petition for a road from Walles Asten's Mill to the road on the head of the Calfpasture: Robert Carrolile, Richard Bodkin, Thomas Wright, John Miller, James Hall, Horcklas Willson, John Carrolile, Samuel Forgerson, Michael Harper, Wm.
Price, Philip Phegan, William Carrolile, Loftus Pullen, Mathew Harper, Hance Harper, James Anglen, John Shaw, John Carrolile. Wallas Aston to be overseer.
Vol I Pg 441
1753-1754 Pt. 2
Petitioners for a road from William Wilson's mill, on Jackson's River, to Captain Ashton's mill, in the Bull Pasture, being direct road to market and also convenient for the head of Green Bryer settlers. John Miller, William Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Samuel Gay, Robert Gay, Robert Carlile, John Carlile, Hugh Hicklin, John Hicklin, Lostus Pullin, Thomas Hicklin. May, 1753.

MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
Vol II Pg 305
1788--May 21, John Miller and Peter Heiskill, surety. John Miller and Priscilla Madison, own consent. Teste: James Hogge. Consent of Thomas Miller. Teste: James Anderson, David Anderson, Phi. Finkle.
Vol II Pg 313
1793--March 26, Andrew Summers and John Miller, surety. Andrew Summers and Margaret Miller, of age, sister to John Miller.
Vol II Pg 327
1798--November 19, John Miller and Adam Miller, surety. John Miller and Catherine Miller, daughter of said John Miller (German)
Vol II Pg 351
1791, February 13th--By Rev. Jno. Montgomery: William Stunkard and Hannah Erwin; ...; May 17th, John Miller and Eve Burns; ...

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Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, 1791-1842
as of 5/6/20 at
https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/49016/

John Miller Records
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Page 41
p.319 Will of John Burns of Bath dated Feb. 7, 1805 & Apr. 12, 1805
Wit: Elisha Williams, David Monroe and John Crane
Probated June 1805 court
Exec: Robert McAvoy
Beq:
to loving wife Mary, for life, one-third of land where now live "in the red holes", one-third of profit arising from all the land and one-third of movable estate, to be sold two-thirds of movable estate sold to children
to son Joseph land east of the top of "wallowing hole ridge"
to son John land west of this with the plantation where now living
Codicil: $30 each to daughters Mary, Eve,, Sarah and Margaret

p.325 Sale of estate of John Burns July 1805 court
Buyers: Mary Burns, John Burns, James McAvoy, John Miller, Thomas Wallace, William Paine Jr., James McCourt, Isaac Fox, Robert Given, Daniel Monroe, Joseph Burns, Robert McAvoy, Henry McWhorter, George Graham, John Jones and Sarah Wallace

Page 75-76
Will of Patrick Miller dated 22 Aug 1805 mentions a John Miller but also many other Miller's not encountered elsewhere. John Miller given plantation on Lick Creek in Greenbrier Co. Record noted here only for reference.

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"Annals of Bath County, Virginia" by Oren Frederic Morton
as of 5/6/20 preview view at
https://books.google.com/books?id=-yQTAAAAYAAJ

Page 27
Abbreviations:
The name of the person for whom the tract was surveyed is mentioned first. Then follow, in regular succession, the acreage, the location, the date of patent, and finally the conveyances, if any, which ensued. When no name immediately follows the year of patent, it is to be understood that the patent was issued in the name of the person for whom the survey was made. Otherwise, the name of the new owner is mentioned. A star following the acreage - as 100* - means that the survey was in 1745. All other surveys were in 1746. The Virignia pound of $3.33 is represented by "p". Therefore, to reduce pounds to dollars, add one cipher and divide by 3. Other special abbreviations are these:
CP - Cowpasture; BP - Bullpasture; JR - Jackson's River; BC -Back Creek; SC - Stuart's Creek; FS - Falling Spring Run; DC - Dunlap Creek; A - acres; P - patent; br - branch; n - near opp - opposite; adj - adjoining; cor - cornering on; mo - mouth of.

Miller Records
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Page 86-87
The following is the muster roll of Captain George Wilson's company, August 11, 1756:
Miller, James
Miller, John
Miller, Patrick
Miller, Valentine
Miller, William

Page 105
13th April 1778
To the Honble Specker & Gentilmen Deligates setting now
The Petision of the Inhabitance of Cow and Calf pastures Bull pasture Jackson River and Back Creek Humbly Sheweth ...
Signers included:
Patrick Miller
John Miller

James Miller Records
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Page 31
Miller, James - 250 - BP above Bodkins' - P, 1760, James Burnside - sold plus 100 A of Bodkin land, to John Hicklin, 1786, for 300p - 196 A sold, 1789, by Andrew Lockridge to James Lockridge.

Page 120
Heads of Families in 1791
Miller, James

Page 127
A LIST OF EARLY MARRIAGES
19. Burns, Eva (John Miller) 1791

John Miller Records
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Page 31
Miller, John - 487 - JR above Mayse's 234 A - P, 1760 - 243 A sold, 1770, to David Gwin for 100p - 244 A sold, 1767, by Robert Miller, of Albemarle, to George Skillern for 250p.
Page 32
Syndicate - 286 - CP above Knox's 254 A - P, 1760, John Miller - sold. to John Kincaid for 80p.

Page 120
Heads of Families in 1791
Miller, John

Page 167-168
THE CALFPASTURE VALLEY
Acting under an order of council, John Lewis and James Patton surveyed in 1744 a tract nearly fifteen miles long, but nowhere more than about one and one-eighth miles broad. Their map shows it cross-sectioned into twenty-three lots, the first lying where Goshen now stands and the last rather to the north of Deerfield. With a single exception, every lot had already been taken by some settler. The following tabular statement shows consecutively the number of the lot, the name of the settler, the acreage, the purchase price, when stated in the deed, and the early transfers of title. In those in­stances where the deed was issued to some other individual than the
original settler, the name is given in brackets. The name of a wife is also thus given.
List included:
11. John Miller - 316 - $70.08 - sold by John (Ann) Miller to John Ram­say, 1757.

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"A History of Highland County, Virginia" by Morton, Oren Frederic

James Miller Records
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Page 67
In the early days of April, 1746, when all Augusta had not 6,000 white people, and when the county seat had no other name than "Beverly's Mill Place," the county surveyor laid off several tracts within the Highland area. He came again at the close of July and still again in September. Altogether he laid off 21 tracts on the Bullpasture and Cowpasture, but almost wholly on the former. Besides running lines for 14 persons, nearly or quite all of whom are reported as being on the ground, he reserved a tract for Andrew Lewis, his brother, and three more for the syndicate of which the two brothers were members. All these surveys came under the order of council of 1743. The 348-acre tract of Andrew Lewis was patented by himself four years later, and the farm of W. P. B. Lockridge is now a portion of it.

The settlers now here were Alexander Black, John and Robert Carlile, Wallace Ashton, Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, James Miller, Matthew Harper, William Warwick, James Largent, William Holman, John McCreary, Samuel Delamontony, Archibald Elliott, and Robert Armstrong. Black was just above the mouth of the Bullpasture, where Major J. H. Byni, now lives. All the others, with perhaps one exception, were on the Bullpasture itself, and nearly or quite in the order they are named as one ascends the river.

Ashton was on the McClung farm at Clover Creek. The two Carliles were in the broad bottom just below. Pullin was a mile above in another wide sweep of bottom. Bodkin was higher up, lying where the present river road comes back to the bottom after its circuit over a bluff. Harper was where W. T. Alexander lives. Miller was between Bodkin and Harper. Warwick was at the mouth of Davis Run. Largent appears to have been in the vicinity of McDowell. Holman adjoined McCreary, who was between McDowell and Doe Hill, as was also Delamontony. Elliott was at the very head of the river, one of his corners being on the Blackthorn. Armstrong was likewise in this vicinity. The Carliles held two tracts near by on the run named for them. One of these tracts cornered on McCreary.

John Miller Records
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The Calfpasture Valley lies eastward across the mouth of Panther Gap, and it might be supposed that settlement would here be a little earlier than in the valleys beyond. On April 2nd, 1745, deeds for 2,247 acres were given by James Patton and John Lewis to William Campbell, Jacob Clemens, Samuel Hodge, Robert Gay, Thomas Gillam, and William Jamison. August 17th, 1745, other deeds for 5,205 acres were given by the same men to Francis Donally, Robert Gwin, Robert Bratton, John Dunlap, Loftus Pullin, John Wilson, John Kincaid, John Miller, Robert Gay, and James Carter. Almost all these names occur shortly afterward in Bath or Highland, either through the purchaser himself or a son. The total of purchase money for the 7,452 acres was $717.95. The rate per acre varied from 1 1/2 cents to 11 cents.

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The pioneers of the Bullpasture must very speedily have had a bridle-path along the river bottom, but a direct way to the court- house soon became a necessity. So Wallace Estill was directed,
May 29, 1751, to clear a road from his mill to a road already opened to the head of the Calfpasture. The settlers appointed by the court to help him were Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, Samuel Ferguson, Matthew Harper, John Miller, William Price, James Anglen, James Hall, Philip Phegan, John Shaw, Hackland Wilson, two John Carliles, and Robert and William Carlile. By petition of May 18, 1753, this road was extended from Estill's mill to William Wilson's mill on Bolar Run. Stephen Wilson and Hugh Hicklin were overseers for this section, and to work under them were John Miller, William and John Wilson, Samuel and Robert Gay, Robert and John Carlile, John and Thomas Hicklin, and Loftus Pullin.

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University of Virginia
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John Miller Records
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Note: This listing only contains Cowpasture and Bullpasture references (other areas assumed to not be the same John Miller)

Title: Land grant 26 September 1760.
Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
Location: Augusta County.
Description: 286 acres on the Cowpasture River.
https://lva.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01LVA_INST/133t6jf/alma990007960130205756

Title: Land grant 1 June 1784.
Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
Location: Augusta County.
Description: 58 acres on the Bull Pasture on the east side of the river joining his home tract and Hinds land.
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Title: Land grant 1 June 1784.
Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
Location: Augusta County.
Description: 232 acres on the Bull Pasture on the North west side of his house tract.
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Miller (I11104)
 
98 5/6/20 Note: I have not yet verified ir tried to verify the maiden name of Eve Burns mother. John Burns will provides a definite link to daughter Eve and John Miller.
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Burns, John (I11119)
 
99 50 or so pages of Gerwig data received 1/30/7 from Mr. Charles H. Gerwig [address in notes], email address [in notes] Source (S73)
 
100 50th wedding anniversary article has birth date of 30 Jun 1858.
Death certificate has 30 Jun 1850 (although died 1938 at age 80, so should read 1858)
Find-a-Grave had 29 Jun 1858,

I went with the 30 Jun 1858 date
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Garman, Sarah (I7531)
 

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