The SHOEMAKER Family
HISTORY OF HANOVER TOWNSHIP AND WYOMING VALLEY
Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
By: Henry Blackman Plumb, 1885, 498 pp.
Robert Baur, Printer and Stationer, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Website Compiled By: James H. Culbert
THE SHOEMAKER FAMILY
This page last updated: 10 Jul 2009
CONTAINED IN THE HANOVER GENEALOGICAL TABLES TO 1830, pp. 478-479
Note: Additions to the information found in Plumb's History of Hanover are shown below in red text.
Andrew SHOEMAKER was of German descent; lived on the Back Road on the west side of the cross-road, now the eastern end of Sugar Notch
borough; removed with his whole family about 1838. They had:
Abram SHOEMAKER, m. 1st, Susan SORBER, and 2nd, Mary (SAUM) SHOEMAKER
William SHOEMAKER, killed by a horse
Betsey SHOEMAKER, m. [blank]
Sally SHOEMAKER, m. Joseph HENDERSHOT
William SHOEMAKER, the brother of Andrew, lived on the Middle Road a short distance above the Sugar Notch cross-road; married [blank] MYERS; went West about 1850. They had:
Henry SHOEMAKER, m. Mary SAUM, d. [blank, presumably bef. 1885]
John SHOEMAKER, m. [blank]
Eleazer SHOEMAKER, b. 1830, m. Martha BROWN
Lucinda SHOEMAKER, m. [blank]
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