[NI019736] he was a farmer and stockman in Somerset cty, PA till 1870, banker and farmer in NE. Was a prisoner 5 months in Libby prison in Richmond VA, 1863
1860 Census Quemahoning Twp., Somerset Co., PA 11 Jun 1860 by Josiah H. Zimmerman
180 196 KEIM Christian L. 30 M Farmer 4000 1200 PA
Amanda C. 25 F PA
Albert R. 1 M PA
Henry DONGES 19 M Day Laborer GER
Mary WILL 22 F PA
Louisa BENGNER 14 F Nurse PA

[NI019761] Archives of the Archdiocese of Detroit listed William and Margaret Mulrooney
as parents of Mary and William. Dates agree with 1850 Census.

[NI019762] godparents were Gregory Folly (Foley) and Catherine Folly.

[NI019809] At the time of her mothers death, 1901, she was living in Bonham, TX.

[NI019823] The 1880 Marion cty, AR census she is living with Weast family as a servant.
She was born in MO, her father and mother in VA.

[NI019825] His job during the civil war was hiding out with the mules when the feds were

[NI019835] Elizabeth (mother) was living with him in 1890 and he was still single in 1900. She was living with him still in 1910 and he was still single.

[NI019836] Source 1890 Marion County, Arkansas. Report says he was married first to a Denton. There was no data found on death of her. They had 2 children. The George Wickersham family lived on a farm just south of Yellille. "Cemeteries of Marion Cty" lists him as buried at Wickersham Cemetery but no dates. He is listed on 1920 AR census.

[NI019841] explored and settled Colorado.

[NI019855] source 1880 Marion Cty, AR census listed with Mother Elizabeth, and Newton and Francis M. Birthdate (1855) it also lists 2 more children as living. IGI has birth year as 1857. IGI also has him sealed to a Nettie Massay, m. 10-1-1893 and sealed 3-31-1989 in SLC. Don't have any info on this marriage.

[NI019862] The Oct 4, 1895 issue of "The Mountain Echo" index says May died at the home
of her grandfather, James Wickersham, Sr.

[NI019885] Herald of Truth, 10/1878 BLOUGH. Jul 19 near Davidsville, Somerset Co., Pa., Sis ANN, w/o Bro Yost BLOUGH, aged 73y 5m. She was bur in family graveyard on 21st. Funeral serv by Samuel & Jonas Blough.

[NI019886] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
19 19 KEIME John 47 M Farmer
Anne 73 F
Franey 50 F

[NI019888] 1850 census Richland Twp., Cambria Co., PA 6 Nov by Henry Cook
15 60 63 KIME Peter 48 M Farmer 6,700 PA
16 60 63 KIME Elizabeth 47 F PA
17 60 63 KIME Elizabeth 18 F PA
18 60 63 KIME Catherine 12 F PA

[NI019889] 1850 Census of Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA
13 13 KEIM Samuel 40 M Farmer
Catharine 42 F
Emanuel 15 M Laborer
Peter 13 M
Franey 11 F
Magdeline 8 F
BLOUGH William 20 M Laborer
REAM Susan 20 F

[NI019895] in 1927 she was living in Chicago, IL. From her journal entry made in 1959--I was born during a snowstorm with a midwife in attendance. Father had to dig his way out thru a window, then dug a tunnel to the door. She was 4 1/2 lbs., but birth was normal. Her SS# was 502-12-1021.

[NI019904] "Cemeteries of Marion Cty" lists him as buried in Old Tome Woods Cemetery..
Also says he was operating a drug store in Yellville during the civil war.
Cabinetmaker, carpenter born in KY

[NI019945] Christian, Jr., m Christiana Livingood. It was through her influence that he joined the Brethren

[NI019948] 1850 Census Summit Twp., Somerset Co., PA 30 Oct 1850 John H. Smith
11 158 161 Bronison Jacob 77 M Farmer 2,000 PA
Bronison Elizabeth 74 F PA

[NI019951] LIVENGOOD, Barbara estate. Letters of administation on goods & chattels right & credits which were of Barbara Livengood deceased granted to Jacob Livengood 30 Apr 1844.

[NI019952] History of Bedford & Somerset Co. by William H. Welfley, 1906, 3 volumes, 1802pp. David Miller b. 1775 Frederick Co., MD. He settled in Greenville Twp 1802, on an unimproved farm which he purchased from John Welsh. It is now owned by Mrs. Catherine Miller. Mr. Miller made the 1st clearing & improved the farm. David Miller was a blacksmith by trade. He d. 1856 m. Fannie Livengood, who bore 12 chldn, 4 of whom are living. Peter, his son, b. 1808, is living on a farm which he purchased in 1830. The farm was formerly owned by Thomas Vickroy & Henry Wertz.
1850 Census Greenville Twp., Somerset Co., PA
593-40 Miller David 74 M None MD
Frany 70 F PA
Jacob 26 M Farmer PA

[NI019957] "Bud" moved to Dennison TX about 1865 and lived in Portland around 1884 and
Seattle in 1890. I took birth and death dates from a death certificate for Albert Wickersham, who was born in Yellville, AR, son of James Wickersham, mother unknown.

[NI019976] "Cemeteries in Marion Cty" which is first mention of this child. Gives birth and death year and refers to him as Daunt F. IGI lists his name as Johnathan
Francis with same birthdate (except it says Mar 23).

[NI019980] in 1927 she was living in Berthold ND.

[NI019981] They moved from Iowa to Mn in 1901 and to MT in 1909.

[NI019985] In 1951 he lived in Plevna.

[NI020001] In 1951 he lived in Hamilton

[NI020003] Sampson left her and mentions this in his will - leaving her $4.00.

[NI020022] In 1951 he lived in Baker

[NI020032] In 1951 he lived in Billings

[NI020084] Born at 8:44 AM on Saturday. Weighed 9 lbs. and was 20 in. long. Dk hair but
only a fuzz. Round face.

[NI020085] 1850 Census , Milford Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerator- John W. Smith
493 315 SECHLER, Henry 57 m Farmer PA
Sarah 48 f PA
Jeremiah 21 m Laborer PA
Aaron 20 m Laborer PA
Amy 18 f PA
Phenia 16 m Laborer PA
Rudolph 15 m Laborer PA
Catharine 13 f PA
Daniel 11 m PA
Jacob 7 m PA
Richard 3 m PA

[NI020086] 1860 Census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by John Campbell
10 182 182 Sechler J**y (???) 32 M Farmer 100 Pa.
11 182 182 Sechler Sarah 28 F Spinster Pa.
12 182 182 Sechler Ephriam 8 M Pa.
13 182 182 Sechler Emmanuel 4 M Pa.
14 182 182 Sechler David A. 2 M Pa.
15 182 182 Weimer Sabina (??) 15 F Domestic Pa.
16 182 182 Sechler Aaron 28 M Farmer Pa.
1870 Census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by James Eudsley
573a. 78 Sechler Jeremiah 45 m w Farmer 3000 900 Pa.
573a. 78 Sechler Maria 36 f w Keeping House Pa.
573a. 78 Sechler Ephraim S. 18 m w Farm Laborer Pa.
573a. 78 Sechler Anna E. 6 f w Pa.
573a. 78 Sechler Elmira J. 6 f w Pa.
573a. 78 Sechler Walter M. 1 m w Pa.
1880 Census Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA Enumerated by A. N. Snyder
8 22 73 77 Sechler Jeremial W m 51 Penn Pa Pa
8 23 73 77 Sechler Mariah W f 46 Wife Keeping House Penn Pa Pa
8 24 73 77 Sechler Jane A. W f 14 Daug at Home Penn Pa Pa
8 25 73 77 Sechler Walter M. W m 11 Son at Home Penn Pa Pa
8 26 73 77 Sechler William W m 5 Son Penn Pa Pa

[NI020119] 2 bros who immigrated on the "Francis & the Elizabeth" out of Rotterdam by way of Deal. Captained by George North, arrived Philadelphia Sept.21, 1742

[NI020227] 1850 Census , Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co., PA
39-114 Miller Christian 37 M Farmer PA
Mary 38 F PA
Conrad 15 M Laborer PA
Chatharine 13 F PA
Hiram 9 M PA
Sarah 8 F PA
Mary A. 6 F PA
Susan 11 F PA
Magdalene 3 F PA
Ann M. 6/12 F PA
Somerset Co Dem Feb 25 1891 Pg 3. Death of An Old Citizen On St. Valentine's Day Sat Feb 14 1891, Mr. Christian L. MILLER, one of the oldest Resids of Jefferson Twp, & a widely-kwn & highly respected citizen of the Co, d after a lingering illness at his home, that Twp. His death was hastened by a severe attack of la grippe, but for some yrs he had been helpless from a stroke of paralysis. He was aged 77 yrs, 5 mos & 22 dys. He was s/o Joseph MILLER, long since dead, & was b Summit Twp, this Co, then a part of Brothersvalley Twp). He removed to Jefferson Twp (then a part of Somerset Twp) 1845, purchasing the farm formerly the property of Frederick FLICK. He m a d/o Abraham H. MILLER, Summit Twp. His wife preceded him to the grave some yrs. They had 15 chdn, 14 of whom are now living. Mr. MILLER during his day & generation was one of our foremost farmers & stock raisers. At one time in his life he was owner of 762 acs of farm land, & perhaps owned more cattle & horses than any other farmer in the Co. He has wintered as high as 80 to 100 cattle & from 30 to 50 horses at one time. Politically he was a Dem & in his younger yrs was an active party worker. In religion he early united with Breth Ch & lived a consistent religious life. He was bur Mon Feb 16 in Breth graveyard at Middlecreek ch, Elders I. C. Johnston & Daniel Walker officiating.

[NI020229] Jacob HOCHSTETLER Birth: 1704, Switzerland Death: Feb 1776, Somerset Co., PA Occ: Farmer Reli: Amish Father: Jacob HOCHSTETLER (1675-) Jacob Hochstetler b. in Switzerland in 1704. The s/o Jacob Hochstetler (Sr.) who was a leader in the Amish Mennonite Ch. From the yr 1728 for abt 9 yrs was a period of very active persecution of the Amish & Mennonites both in Switzerland & the Palatinate, & it is believed that for this reason Jacob Hochstetler & his family came to Amer. They arrived on the ship, Charming Nancy, in Philadelphia Nov 9 1738 & was on the passenger list as being 26 yrs old. Jacob arrived with his wife, Anna Lorentz Hochstetler. His oldest son, John, was then 3 yrs old, & there was probably another child. Having left his native country, Switzerland, with its beautiful lakes, mountains & valleys, he looked around for a location which would look like home. The choicest land within 50 or 60 mi.s of Philadelphia was already occupied, so he received a warrant for 200 ac.s in the twp of Brecknock, Lancaster Co., PA. On Feb 27 1739, a warrant was granted to Valentine Neu & Jacob Hochstetler for 100 ac.s in Bern Twp, Lancaster Co. The next warrant was obtained by Jacob alone. This tract was named Ipswich & was situated on the Northkill in Tulpehocken Twp. This was a good selection of land, being located on the Northkill Creek. In time the heavy timber was removed, the land cleared, substantial buildings erected, all with great perseverance. Several ac.s of fruit trees were planted & the usual hardships of frontier life gone through, but they enjoyed liberty to worship God as their conscience dictated. The family library consisted of the Psalms printed in a small volume, the New Testament, the Bible, & the German Hymn Book called Ausbund. There were no public schools, & parents either taught their chldn at home or had them taught in subscription schools. The education of the chldn was not neglected, for we know that John wrote well. The settlement in the Northkill became the home of the 1st Amish Ch. in Amer. The old home was frequently visited by Indians who gradually withdrew as the white man advanced. The Indians were dealt with fairly in PA, & good feelings seemed to prevail until the French & Indian War. During this period of unrest, the Hochstetler family home was the scene of the last Indian massacre in this part of PA. Jacob's wife, Anna, his young dau., & his son, Jacob, were all killed in this attack, & Jacob & his sons, Joseph & Christian, were taken captive. The Indians burned the barn & all out-buildings before they left. The father & sons were separated, & during their captivity they were made to conform to Indian customs & to dress in Indian style. Since Indians are beardless, they pulled out Jacob Hochstetler's beard & also a part of the hair on his head, leaving only a tuft which was braided. Christian was adopted by an aged Indian who treated him as a son, & Joseph was adopted into another family in full fellowship. Jacob always longed for his home, & finally during a time when all the warriors had gone on a raid to the settlements he decided that the time had come for him to escape or to die trying. He went by raft down a river, although he had no real idea of where he was being held captive. He traveled for several days & was exhausted & hungry. As he was floating past Fort Harris, he was too weak to get to shore or to shout for assistance. A man watering his horse observed him, & Jacob was soon rescued. Jacob later petitioned the governor for assistance in securing release of his 2 sons. They had been held captive over 5 years, & were finally released. It was difficult for both of them to adapt back to their old lifestyles. Christian became converted to the Dunkard religion & thus decided to remain in the white community. He always took trips off into the woods by himself after his release to commune with nature & found life in the white community confining at times. Jacob bore no resentment against his Indian captors & was glad that he & his sons could be reunited. Jacob Hochstetler escaped from Indian captivity about 1760 & returned to his home area in Berks Co., PA. In 1757 he had experienced the trauma of seeing his wife & 2 chldn killed by Indians his house burned, there was little to attract him back to his former homesite. We do not know where he lived the next few yrs. Perhaps he stayed with his son John his family on the nearby farm or with his dau. Barbara Sutzman & family. In 1760 he would have been 48 yrs old. Jacob purchased a 43-ac. farm about 10 mi.s south of the massacre site in what is now North Heidelberg Twp. on 28 Jun 1765. He bought it from David & Sarah Brecht who had apparently acquired it just a short time before & then almost immediately sold it to Jacob. The farm was located in a wooded area some distance from the main Northkill Amish Mennonite settlement. Perhaps he felt more secure here in isolation. The large house on this small farm had 2 parts. The larger section was constructed of stone around 1800. It is attached to an older smaller part which was of log construction that was later covered with clapboards. An 18th century door was in the basement where the 2 bldgs were joined. The older part of the house was probably built by Jacob with help from his sons, Joseph & Christian. Paul V. Hostetler visited this large house several times in the 1970's & noted that the timbers in the attic were smoke-stained, & there was a strong odor of smoked meat such as one finds in a smokehouse. Many early settlers smoked their meats in the attic by removing a stone or brick from the chimney. Jacob bought this farm in North Heidelberg Twp just a yr or so after his sons, Joseph & Christian, had returned from the captivity. They were single & in their 20's at that time & no doubt they lived with their father at 1st. Jacob Hochstetler d. Feb 1776. Spouse: Anna LORENTZ Killed in Indian massacre Hochstetler massacre of 1757,taken captive by indians for 7 yrs, escaped. Dau. Barbara was m. & lived down the rd at the time. This was a very famous event in Amish history. Wife was scalped by indians & Jacob & sons taken captive.

[NI020231] BIOGRAPHY: Robert graduated from Central High School in St. Joseph, MO. He
graduated in 1948. While in High School he joined the ROTC program. He became a Cadet Captain. He joined the Marine Corps Reserves. After attending the Marine Corps Reserve Training Center he became a Private First Class. He fought in the Korean War and while there became a Sergeant. He received an Honorable Discharge from the Marines in 1951. While on duty in the Korean War
he was awarded the Korean Service Medal with 2 stars, PUC with 1 star and the
United Nations Ribbon. He left the Marines while living in San Diego, CA. He
and his family then moved to Pomona,CA. While working he attended Mt. San
Antonio College at night. He was one of three students ever to receive their
education at night while working during the day.

[NI020232] As a young girl Joan collected buttons. When she was eleven years old she participated in a Hobby show in St. Joseph, MO. Her exhibit appeared in the local paper as the outstanding exhibit of the Hobby Show.When Joan and family moved to Florida she joined the Garden Club. Her picture appeared in the local paper. When Joan graduated from Central High School she enrolled in the Gard Business University. She joined the Theta Alpha Chi sorority. Upon graduation of the Business school she became secretary for a Real Estate Office of Whitman-McMath. When Joan and family moved to Florida she joined the Garden Club. Her picture appeared in the local paper.

[NI020235] Glen was a livestock commission man in St. Joseph,MO. Upon his retirement, after 25 years, he moved with his wife to Pomona, CA.

[NI020239] BIOGRAPHY: Jack was born in Morrill, Kansas to Glen McKim and Nelle Kistner
McKim on September 26,1922. He was one of five children. He lived in Kansas
until he moved to Los Angeles, California as a teenager to attend John Marshal
High School where he graduated in 1941. This move was necessary because of his asthma condition which was a problem to him throughout his life. While serving in the army in World War 2 he attended St. Louis University. There he met Darlene Beck who became his wife of over forty years. He rose to the rank of Corporal serving in the European theater and the occupation of Japan. Dad was very proud to have served his country. His civilian career included work at Lockheed, Kinetics, and Chicago Miniature Lamps. In the 1960's he founded and was president of Readout's, Inc. which distributed digital displays throughout the nation. In his later years he became an avid gun collector even going so far as to open a speciality antique store. During retirement he found enjoyment fishing at Lake Hemet and bowling in Hemet leagues. Jack settled comfortably in the City of Hemet attending Hemet Valley Presbyterian Church.

[NI020251] Lou served in World War I in France, the 1st Division. He was gassed over
there and was never the same.

[NI020267] When Donald was a young man, he did some stupid things that children do. He
stole a purse. He was caught and unfortunately taken to jail. While in jail he
was sent to war in WWII. Sadly, he was killed over there so he paid a very
high price for a stupid prank.

[NI020279] BIOGRAPHY: Mac graduated high school in Los Angeles,CA and then attended Los Angeles City College. Mac was a Marine Engineer for private steam lines in Los Angeles and was a chief engineer for 18 years. During WW2 he was appointed to the West coast Maritime Commission. Before retiring in 1966, Mac was launch technician for Lockhead. He belonged to the Masons and the Elks Club.

[NI020474] Named by Sheriff elect Bruce Fellows as Chief Deputy Sheriff on December 28,

[NI020475] Graduate of Millersville

[NI020489] Murdered by Wm. John McElroy (See famous tombstone @ Fountain Church))

[NI020490] Educated in the normal school in West Chester and attended medical school in
Philadelphia, graduating in 1905.

[NI020493] This Church area became Dauphin Co. in 1785

[NI020510] Arrived at Philadelphia PA Oct 2, 1727 in the ship Adventurer, w/ Capt. John Davies, Master from Rotterdam, last from Plymoth, England. Lost his wife & chldrn in the trip to Amer. except for sons, Christian & Jacob. He is said to have originated from Spies, near Lake Thun, Switzerand. he is also said to have returned to Switzerland & left his 2 sons in Amer. To pay for the passage to Amer., it is said he bound out the 2 sons as indentured servants.

[NI020533] Raa Bressler State: PA Enumeration District: 0032 Color: W Age: 59 Birth Place: PA Visit: 0216 County: Schuylkill Relation: Husband ImageNum: 00480836 Other Residents:
Wife Emma L 50, PA
Daughter Sylva R Williams 2-, NR
Son Emery D Bressler 19, PA
Son-in-law Herbert Williams 30, PA

[NI020535] Attended Medico-Chirurgical College in Philadelphia. Graduated with a degree
in Pharmacy and then attended med. school and graduated in 1912. Initially
he set up practice in Pillow, PA and then later took over the practice of his
cousin, Dr. Stutzman in Tower City, PA. Dr. R. H. Stutzman was a student of
the Stutzman Family History.

[NI020541] Living in Lower Mahantango Twp. (Hegins & Hubley) along with Peter, Peter,
Jr., David, and Michael Stutzman

[NI020542] Baptismal sponsors were Johannes and Catharine Stutzman, probably Gottfried's brother.

[NI020552] Harold Metzger was divorced from his first wife, Joan Recker. date ? Harold married Helen Hartzler 19 DEC 1953, divorced her, then remarried her, and divorced again.

[NI020555] memb of Seven Class of inhabitants of Heidelberg twp
1787 moved to Berkely Co, WV. 1788 moved to Fincastle, Botetourt Co, VA. Feidt was a blacksmith Botetourt; Valentine was a brickmason & grist mill operator. 1816 moved to Montgomery Co, OH & then 1817 moved to White River Twp, Randolph Co, IN

[NI020592] George Corlies - emigrated prior to 1680 to the New World, settling in Monmouth Co., New Jersey. His death date is listed as 10 day,7Mo,1715. I interpreted it as 10, July 1715.

[NI020640] York Co probate inventory dated 1784. John Lewis is identified as 1st b son Ludwig's will. 10 chldn to equally share the 'overplush'. Will dated 29 Sep 1784 & Inventory dated 25 Oct 1784. A Further Administration Account was filed 26 Mar 1793 which lists the sale of the house & lot. Wysong, Ludwig Sep 19 1784. Sep 29 1784 Executor: Philip Slentz. Heidelberg Twp. Wife: Mary Wysong. chld: Ludwig. Nov 8 1784 Walter, John. Executor: Mary E. Walter. York County. (German will.) Could Lewis Vinsent who immigrated to Philadelphia 1738 aboard the "St Andrew' be Ludwig? Old family records state he came from Wales ? He may may have served thr British Army? POB also listed as Wurtenberg, Bavaria, Ger. Wysong: Americanized version of Weisang/Weissang. Weisang/Weissang: Germanized version of the French name Vincent/Vinzent. the late 1550's a noble family of Nimes, France named Vincent//Vinzent was nearly wiped-out by King Henry II. 2 sons escaped. 1 went to Interlaken, Switzerland. The last of that family d 1976. The other Vincent went to Durlock, Ger. under the protection of the Margrave of Durlock (Durlock is now a suburb of Karlsruhe, Ger.). The son who went to Ger. was Joseph Pier Vincent & his name became Joseph Peter Weissang. The Weissang family split during the 30 Yrs War - some were Luth. & some were Cath. Cath. branch wound up what is now Saarland, Ger.

[NI020642] He was borne about 1433 as he was 32 in 1465. He inherited the lands and manor of Le Cateau when his uncle, Jean Carliez, died without issue.

[NI020651] 11 Sept 1729 - arrived from Rotterdam on board the "Allen" with her father Reinhart & mother Susan.

[NI020652] He Married by contract in 1407, to Jeanne Daniel, daw of Jean Daniel of Pas de Calais. In the contract, Guillaum is referred to as the grandson of Jean Carliez of Corlier and Tartas, and both he and Jean Daniel are indentified as nobles. Guillaume died prior to 1427, when Jeanne ( Daniel ) Carliez made her will, and is termed " Widow of Guillaume Corliez." From the Book George Corlies and some of his descendants, a Quaker family of Monmouth Co. , New Jersey - by Barbara Carver Smith , Guillaume through Jean Corliez, b 11 Feb 1619.

[NI020662] Cath. Trails West V2 under Loretto lists Elizabeth w/o John Platt & the mother of Henry & John Jr Platt. Loretto Paschal Confessions of 1810 lists her name as Catherine. Bur. Hart's Sleeping Place; St Joseph's mission?? Death date also listed as 2 Jul 1817?

[NI020676] Joseph MORRIS came to America at the age of sixteen, settled in Springfield, Burlington County, N.J. In 1768, he went to Youghiogheny Co., then Virginia, later Greene Co., Pa.

[NI020678] Stephen and Susannah lived in Huntingdon County Pa.

[NI020683] Bap. Christ Evan. Luth. Ch. on 9 Feb 1743; birth listed as 4 Feb 1743. Reinhart & Susan Hammer were the sponsors. 1793 PA census of Heidelburg Twp is listed as 'mason" Old family records per Wysong Newsletter indicate a second dau.; no proof;( could be Anna Maria m. Sebastian Weber?). Other notes from Louis Barton Wysong indicate the second dau. lived d McConnelsburg, PA. John Lewis & Ann Catherine with son John & dau. Susan moved to Bedford Co, PA the 1790's. Son Michael moved to Shepardstown, WV to be near Uncles Feidt & Jacob. Susan m John Storm at Conewago Mar 1796 & John m Anna Marie Claar about 1790 the Hanover area, John Lewis, Ann Catherine & Susan/John Storm settled the Loretto area of Cambria ( was then Bedford Co). Son John Wysong(changed spelling to Whysong) settled the Pavia area of Bedford Co. Both Bur. St Michael's Cem., Loretto, Cambria

[NI020692] Daniel and Susan lived and farmed in Montgomery County Ohio.

[NI020693] Captured by the British at Fort Washington on the Hudson, NY

[NI020702] Returned to Germany after 1751. Family legend places Johann Adam as a member of the nobility. Name, birth date/place, marriage year, migration info from "Descendants of Michael Beeghly and Barrow Inken, Book III, Joseph."

[NI020706] Johann Buehl grandfather of Michael Born ca. 1620-30, he was a Hugenot in France. He was knighted by Louis XIV for religious bravery & changed his name to Buchele. He was forced to flee to the province of Baden, near Stuttgart, about 1685.

[NI020720] Emanuel moved from Pennsylvania to Montgomery County Ohio circa 1805 and settled southwest of Trotwood. He moved to Darke County Ohio in 1834.

[NI020722] Daniel fought in the American Revolutionary War. He enlisted on 10 Sep 1776 as a private in Captain Bernard Zimmerman's Company, Col. Mathias Slough's Battalion.

[NI020734] The surname of the George Valentin Butcher line was originally Metzger. George was b. with this surname, emigrated to Amer. with it & began using the English "Butcher" about 1859. George Valentin Butcher was b. George Valentin Metzger in German about 1715 & d. in present day Pendleton Co., WV in Feb 1773. He was a son of Johann Philip Metzger, who d. in Nieder-Linxweiler, Germany Dec 24 1738. On Feb 19 1736, Johann Adam Metzger, George Valentin's bro., m. Maria Catherine Scherer in Nieder-Linxenweiler. On Dec 6 1739, George Valentin m. Maria Elizabeth Kiefer in Nieder-Linxenweiler. Maria was a dau. of Johan Wilhelm Kiefer of Nieder-Linexweiler. George was listed & as a "kiefer" or barrel maker. George Valentin & his family were granted manumission for 30 florins Mar 23 1749. Manumission meant that all their obligations to the country of their birth were fulfilled & they were free to travel to another country. George sued Nicholas Bunderick in Frederick Co., MD court in June 1750. There is no record of George's move to Augusta Co., VA, but it may have been as early as 1754. In Feb 1759, George bought items at John Vinegard's estate sale in Feb 1759 as "Valentine Bucher". In Dec 1759, "Velentine Mitsker" was a witness to John Colly's Will. "Valentine Butcher" bought items at Jacob Silver's estate sale in Aug 1761 & in Feb 1762 Valentine Butcher posted bail for Jacob Archenbright in Augusta Co. Court. Immigrant's surname: METZGER Immigrant's given name(s): Georg Valentin Ship name: unknown U.S. arrival date: 1749 Port: unknown Place of origin: Germany

[NI020735] Philipp was a sheep herder by trade, and his religion was Lutheran.

[NI020737] She is listed in the IGI as a RENCH. I have no further information. Perhaps she was the oldest child of the immigrant Peter Rensch and had married before the family came to America? But more likely the IGI record is wrong and she was not nee Rench.

[NI020744] On 4 June 1838 the government of Maryland granted a patent of naturalization to Stephen Ulderey (sic) a native of High Germany but now of Baltimore County, planter, and to his children: Stephen, George, Daniel, John, Elizabeth, and Susanna. At that time Baltimore County extended into what is now the southern part of York County PA.

[NI020757] John Metzger was born Johannes Valentine Metzger and came to America in 1758 landing in Philadelphia. Other research indicates that John was born in the Wurttemberg District in 1741.

[NI020772] He & his family were mem.s of The COB (Tunkers). Came to Amer with parents, on Ship Adventurer, arriving in Philadelphia, PA Colony, 2 Oct 1727. They were farmers & land owners 1745 to 1796, in Hagerstown, Frederick Co., MD, later to become Washington Co., MD, in 1776, but all of their chldn were b while it was Frederick Co., MD. In 1796 Philip Jacob Miller purchased land in Campbell Co., KY, & moved there with several of his m chldn. He also bought 2000 acs of land that lay along O'Bannon Creek in Warren Co., OH for $1.10 per ac. After his death, his chldn made an agreement among themselves to divide this land into ten 200 ac parcels. Magdalena, decided to take her share in cash. The other chldn drew lots for this 200 ac parcel, but only a few of them ever lived on their land in Warren Co., OH.

[NI020773] Died 1771 or 1783 in MD. Michael Miller & his wife Suzanna Agnes Berchtol, came to Philadelphia, PA Colony, 2 Oct 1727, Ship Adventurer, with several chldn & accompanied by Jacob Berchtol, her bro. & Jacob Stutzman, Jr., his step bro. They left Germany because of their opposition to military conscription's of the times. There is also another date of arrival which has been found. The 2nd date is 23 Sep 1732, on the "Adventurer". It is thought that perhaps he returned to his mother country to get settlement of his father's estate & returned in 1732. No record can be found of the settlement of the estate, but soon after the date of 1732, Michael & Susanna began to look for land. He is recorded as paying tax for land in Chester Co., Coventry Twp, PA, for yrs 1732-1740. He took out a warrant for 200 acres of land in 1737 but never obtained a patent for the property. On 7 Feb 1744, Michael Miller, Nicholas Garber, Samuel Bechtol, Hans Jacob & Elizabeth Bechtol, (who also lived in Chester Co., PA), purchased a tract of land consisting of 400 acres, northeast of Hanover, PA, in York Co. This was before the Mason Dixon line had been established & boundaries were different from what we know them today. They settled in Rapho Twp, Lancaster Co., PA Colony. Later they moved to Hanover, York Co., PA Colony & in 1744, to the Little Conewago Congregation Ch. They were early settlers of Frederick Co., (later to become Washington Co.) MD. In 1745 he purchased from John George Arnold, 150 acres of land, NW of what is now Hagerstown, MD. The property was then called "Ash Swamp". This land holding was later expanded to 290 acres. In 1749 Michael Miller, yeoman, of Frederick Co., purchased "Skipton-on-Craven" from Colonel Thomas Cresap. Michael Miller, m (2nd wife) Elizabeth Garber, widow of Nicholas Garber. She had 4 chldn from her former m: Samuel Garber (a non-associator in the Rev. War; he was 1 of several Miller family members who chose not to pay the War Taxes or participate in the War Activities, due to the non-violent principals of the Brethren Ch.), Elizabeth Garber, Ann Garber, Martin Garber (also a non-associator). He & Elizabeth, had a grant of land surveyed for him in 1749. It was granted to him in 1754 & it was located between "Skipton-on-Craven" & "Resurvey of Well Taught" & contained 36 acres that he called "Miller's Fancy". Land records help us understand the mind & spirit of this wealthy land owner & great family man. He resided for many yrs in the vicinity of Leitersburg near the mouth of Little Antietam. Here he owned at 1 time 700 acres of land, now embraced in the Ziegler, Hartle & Stockslager farms. In 1755 Michael Miller bought 409 acres of land from George Poe. This was a portion of land known by the name of "Resurvey on Well Taught". In 1760 he was Constable of Upper Antietam Hundred. In 1765 John Reiff (another non-associator) purchased from Michael Miller 117 acres of land, part of "Skipton-on-Craven", where on John Reiff then lived. Michael, was a res. of the district & a neighbor to Jacob Leiter. By successive purchases he eventually acquired more than 400 acres of land, southwest of Leitersburg & on both sides of the Antietam & the turnpike, much of which was doubtless reduced to cultivation & improved by him. In 1765, Jacob Good (another non-associator), purchased from Michael Miller, 163 acres part of "Skipton-on-Craven". There is a rather strong possibility that most of the Brethren bearing the name Miller, sprung from this Michael Miller line. There have been many Ministers & Elders in these families & almost all were devout Ch. mem.s & they always took their Ch. with them when they moved into a new territory. There are more Brethren Ch. mem.s with the name Miller, than any other name. // Michael Miller (as he will now be called) & his wife Suzanna Agnes Berchtol came to Philadelphia, PA Colony, 2 Oct 1727, on the ship Adventurer, with several chldn & accompanied by Jacob Berchtol, her bro & Jacob Stutzman Jr., his step bro. They left Germany because of their opposition to military conscriptions of the times. There is also another date of arrival which has been found. The 2nd date is 23 Sep 1732, on the "Adventurer." It is thought that perhaps he returned to his mother country to get settlement of his father's estate & returned in 1732. No record can be found of the settlement of the estate, but soon after the date of 1732, Michael & Susanna began to look for land. He is recorded as paying tax for land in Chester Co, Coventry Twp, PA, for yrs 1732-1740. He took out a warrant for 200 acs of land in 1737 but never obtained a patent for the property. On 7 Feb 1744, Michael Miller, Nicholas Garner, Samuel Bechtol, Hans Jacob & Elizabeth Bechtol, (who also lived in Chester Co, Pa) purchased a tract of land consisting of 400 acs, northeast of Hanover, Pa., in York Co. This was before the Mason Dixon line had been established & boundaries were different from what we know them today. They settled in Rapho Twp, Lancaster Co, Pa. Later they moved to Hanover, York Co., Pa & in 1744 to the Little Conewago Congregation Ch. They were early settlers of Frederick Co (later to become Washington Co.), MD. In 1745 he purchased from John George Arnold, 150 acs of land, NW of what is now Hagerstown, MD. The property was then called "Ash Swamp". This land holding was later expanded to 290 acs. In 1749, Michael Miller, yeoman, of Frederick Co, purchased "Skipton-on-Craven" from Colonel Thomas Cresap. Michael Miller m (2nd wife) Elizabeth Garber, widow of Nicholas Garber. She had 4 chldn from her former marriage: Samuel Garber (a non-associator in the Rev War), Elizabeth Garber, Ann Garber & Martin Garber (also a non-associator). He had Elizabeth had a grant of land surveyed for him in 1749. It was granted to him in 1754 & it was located between "Skipton-on-Craven" & "resurvey of Well Taught" & contained 36 acs that he called "Miller's Fancy". In 1755 Michael Miller bought 409 acs of land from George Poe. This was a portion of land known by the name of "Resurvey of Well Taught." in 1760 he was Constable of Upper Antietam Hundred.

[NI020775] This Johann Michael Miller was twice m., 1st to Irene Charitas & 2nd to Anna Loyse Regina. The date of Irene's death is not in this record, nor is the date of either of the marriages. By his 2 wifes he had a total of 6 chldn, only 1 of which grew to be an adult. The order of birth of the chldn is not known, therefor the mother of the surviving chld (also named Johann Michael Miller) is not for certain. The Town of Zollikofen in the Canton of Bern where Johann Michael Mueller was b. in 1655 is about 10 miles north of the City Of Bern Switzerland.. The surname of this family is spelled Mueller on German Ch. records. It is spelled Muller on ship record & the spelling used by Michael Muller, Jr., to sign his name, 2 Oct 1727. It was recorded as Miller, on land deeds, wills & tax records after arrival in the PA Colony & has remained the same to the present day. During the 1st half of the 17th century, Switzerland was untouched by the horrors of the 30 Yrs' War, (1618-1648, a Catholic-Protestant conflict, fought principally on German soil) & enjoyed peace & prosperity. It had a good market for its excess products. During the 2nd half of the same century a social reaction set in, which was made acute by political & religious confusion. In 1653, the peasants of the Cantons of Bern, Lucerne, Solothurn & Basel, revolted against the authorities, chiefly for social reasons. Since there were good opportunities for new settlers in depopulated Germany, many people left the Canton of Bern during this period & journeyed northward into foreign parts. This emigration into the "lowland" (Netherlands) as the destination of the emigrants used to be called, lasted into the 18th century & was much more numerous than the emigration to Amer. that ran parallel to it. It is believed that the Millers, (then spelled Mueller), came from a village about 10 miles north of Bern Switzerland, called Zollikofen. It is believed that they became a part of the Reform Ch. The earliest ancestor that has been documented, is a Johann Michael Mueller, who is believed to have been b. 1655, in the City of Zollikofen, Canton of Bern, Switzerland. He d. 31 Jan 1695, at age 40 yrs, in Steinwenden, Germany. It is likely that in the late 1680's the Miller family along with perhaps other friends & relatives moved north along the Rhine River & settled in the Rhineland-Pfaltz area of southern Germany. They became part of the Steinwenden & Konken Germany Reformed parish Ch.s & records of their respective families are recorded in the Ch. records. The Steinwenden records began in 1684.

[NI020778] Hans Michael Muller/Miller came to Amer on the Snow Enterprize, in port at Philladelphia PA on 6 Dec 1738. He wrote & signed his will on 28 Sep 1784. His was the 1st will recorded in Deed Bk D 596, Franklin Co., PA, Will Bk A pg 1, which indicates that he was a farmer & names his wife & chldn. He was a wealthy landowner who had land in Franklin Co., PA, Frederick Co., MD & Hampshire Co., VA, near New Creek now WV. Sometime after his death, Elizabeth moved to a farm on the Conococheagh, near Williamsport, MD, with her son John. She left a Will giving some of her estate to the minister at the Beaver Creek COB, for the poor. She states that this was her Society (church). He was given 50 acs of land called "Blindman's Choice" by his father, located northeast of Taneytown (Carroll Co., MD; then in Frederick Co.), 1 Oct 1760, possibly shortly after his marriage, when he may have been striking out on his own. He acquired further parcels in the same area from Samuel Owings, Jr., including tracts called "Miller's Chance" (13 Jun 1760), "Owings Choice," & "Resurvey on Owings Chance" (Tracy Papers, Carroll Co. Historical Society.) There also are land transactions recorded between Michael Miller (probably this 1, & not his son Michael) & Peter Braver (6 Sep 1783, Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 5, p. 399); Jacob Lorentz (1 Apr 1785, Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 7, p. 221); Samuel Owing (22 Dec 1787, Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 7, P. 143); & "Exchange" from Conrad Mower 11 Apr 1787 (Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 7. p. 221). In his lifetime, Michael sold to his son Adam Miller 3 parcels of land, consisting of "Blindman's Choice," part of "Owings Choice," & "Owings Corner," total of 90.5 acs, but Adam had not pd the 200 pounds before his father's death. From the deed, dated 1 Mar 1793, we get the names of Michael Miller's surviving chldn & the husbs of the 2 dau. (Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 15, p. 722). Michael Miller sold or gave to his son, Michael the tract known as "Exchange." Michael Jr., sold this tract to his bro-in-law, Andrew Bushman, in a deed dated 20 Apr 1795. This was abt the time that Michael, Jr., moved to what is now Adams Co., PA. (Fred. Co. Deeds Bk 13, p. 221). Michael was given 50 acs of land on the MD-PA state line by his father. It was called Blindman's Choice. Today this land is in Carrroll Co. MD & Adams Co., PA. He lived there & left a Will giving the land to his chldn. He was memb of Luth. Ch.

[NI020779] It is recorded that he remained in Chester Co., PA & became minister of the COB. When families moved west to area of Elizabethtown, PA, they prevailed on George Miller, to move with them & be their minister. He was a farmer & weaver & became the 1st preacher at the Big Swatara COB, in PA

[NI020780] John Peter Miller, b 19 Jan 1715, Germany, d 1794, Washington Co, MD. In 1745, he bought a parcel of land called "Ash Swamp", located in Prince George's Co, MD, from John George Arnold. In 1752 this land, (became Frederick Co), was added to & resurveyed by Philip Jacob Miller, (his bro), on the authority of Lodowich Miller, (their bro). On 9 Dec 1783, Lodowich Miller, conveyed this land, 220 acs, now Washington Co, to Philip Jacob Miller, for 5 shillings. All this info found in Washington Co, MD land records, bk C, pgs 563-47. On 26 Dec 1783, Philip Jacob Miller, conveyed 144 acs of "Ash Swamp" to his bro, John Miller, for 5 shillings & brotherly affection. Bk C, pgs 260-2. This deed was recorded before the former deed. Interestingly, this land had on it a small cem which is no longer in existence. On 13 Dec 1794, John Miller, made his last will. It was probated on 26 Dec 1794. The executors, were Daniel Miller & John Fisher, son-in-law. Washington Co Will Records, bk A, pgs 318-319. No wife was named so we presume she was dead. There may have been 2 wives since there seems to be a wide age-spread of the chldn. There is no record that reveals the name of his wife or wives. On 26 Apr 1795, the Ash Swamp land, 143 1/2 acs, was sold by the estate to John Schnebly, deed bk I, pg 584. 25 Sep 1795, John Schnebly, also bought adjoining "Ash Swamp" land from Philip Jacob Miller, deed bk I, pg 360. John names 11 chldn in his will. The last 3 sons, Ludwick, David & Michael, being under the age of 21. On 6 Apr 1795, the "Ash Swamp" land, 143 1/2 acs, was sold by the executors of the estate to John Schnebly. Deed bk I, pg 584. On 25 Sep 1795, John Schnebly, also bought the adjoining "Ash Swamp" land from Philip Jacob Miller. Deed bk I, pg 360. Philip Jacob Miller, then moved to KY. On 9 Apr 1799, the executors of John Miller's estate made distribution of 2,070 pounds in equal parts, to his 10 remaining chldn. Bk I, pg 80. all apparently now 21. The order of the named heirs is basically the same as in the will. Michael, the last named in the will, is missing in the distribution list.

[NI020781] reported to have owned land in Rapho Twp, Lancaster Co., PA

[NI020782] He was 1 of 3 bro. who owned the land resurveyed to them by their father in 1752, called Ash Swamp. We assume that the 3 bro. lived on the land owned by their father until 1752 when he had it resurveyed for them. In 1751 he bought 150 acres of land to the south called "Tom's Chance". This land is adjacent to "Ash Swamp" and lies just east of the Salem reformed Ch.. He may have lived there until 1755 when he sold this land to Peter Tysher. We believe he moved his family to Beaver Creek, to the land that he bought in 1754 from Walter Funderburg. There is some evidence that he moved his family from place to place during the perilous days of the French and Indian War. Land records state that in 1763 & 1767 he was living in York Co., PA, & it is recorded that at the time of the birth of Daniel, he was living in Dauphin Co., PA. Most of the other deeds state that he was living in Meadow Branch of Pipe Creek, Westminister Frederick Co., MD. Perhaps "Chestnut Level", located near Woodsboro and his farm at Beaver Creek in what is today Washington Co., MD. He may have moved to Taneytown in his later yrs as it is recorded that he d Taneytown, MD. One land records states that he was a weaver. 11 chldn - Most moved to VA in 1783 & are the ancestors of Brethren Millers in that State

[NI020785] Susan was the only child by Samuels' first wife Susan Miller. Samuel Ullery and his wife Mary had fourteen children and lived in Montgomery County Ohio. After Mary's death Samuel married Susannah Whitehead and had ten more children

[NI020788] Many researchers working on this Jacob's family line agree that Jacob's father as showen here has not been proven. Placeing him as a chld of Johann Michael Miller & Susanna Agnes Berchtol is based on the book "Michael Miller Family Record" 1993 by F. Mason. Jacob was an early preacher (Ch. Of The Brethren) in VA & OH. A large percentage of the Brethren Miller Families living in OH's Miami Valley are desc.s of this man. He was ordained by William Stover, in the Anteitam congregation in 1762. About 1765 he moved his family to Bedford Co., VA. In 1800 he moved his family to the Miami Valley, OH. Migrated 1st to VA, then to OH. He became an Elder. All his chldn were of the Brethren Chh. His 5 sons were ministers. The desc. of Elder Jacob Miller, # in the thousands.

[NI020808] Benjamin and family were farmers and lived in Montgomery County Ohio.

[NI020891] His second wife, Nancy had eleven children by Elkanah, they lived in Indiana.

[NI020919] In 1638/9 Nathaniel was an original grantee of the Sudbury Plantation in Sudbury, MA. He owned a house & lot on East St. between John KNIGHT & John STONE, who was also m. to a daughter of Elder HOWE. He 1st drew 5 acres, 2nd he drew 10 acres & 3rd he drew 7 acres. In 1640 he drew 16 1/2 acres.
Elder HOWE died in 1644, and Nathaniel returned to Watertown where he inherited most of Edward HOWE'S property. He also inherited property from Deacon STONE'S estate. He was appointed selectman at Watertown in 1653,55,64,66,69,70 and 72. Nathaniel was also town officer at Watertown. His will dated 25 Jun 1687 mentions sons, Jonathan, James & Josiah; Mary HAWKINS' children, Jonathan FISHER & Mary H; Children of dau. HAYWARD by her husbands HAPGOOD & HAYWARD; sons in-law Josiah JONES & Joseph GODDARD; Kinsman John JACOBS

[NI020977] The information for Katharina HEINRICH was obtained from her childrens record of baptism into the Lutheran Church on microfilm no. ck121 West Germany
Parish: Vereinigte Protestantisch-Evang. Christl. Kirche Der Pfalz.
City: Kallstadt Province: Rheinland - Pfalz Taufregister Heiratsregister
Sterberegister Vol. 3 1839 - 1868

[NI021096] The POAGE family was really Scotch they migrated to Ireland in the 17th century.
The POAGE name was spelled POLLOK in Scotland.

[NI021336] Tombstone on his farm

[NI021338] sold land to bro Daniel in 1844 & settled in IN before 1825

[NI021441] Michael was on a boat returning from Germany with his mother & sis., who were both killed by pirates. Michael was about 9 yrs. old & landed in Baltimore Harbor. Then he seemed to go to Lancaster PA then settled at the Cove. Had a farm & sold to the DILLON family. Then went to Somerset, PA. his 1st wife was Barbara Inken. Possibily American Indian. They had 3 chldrn & she d. at childbirth with the 3rd chld. Then he m. Barbara Zook & they had 8 chldrn. Some of their relatives live around Oakland MD. The transcription of the Bible records of Michael Beeghly have only one wife listed: Barro Luken. "Michael Buchele is b on the 2 Feb 1739, Eitengen Dutchlacherland. Barro Luken, the worthy wife of Michael Buechele, is b in Sep 1742. Jacob Buchele, is b on 10 Dec 1766, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon under the sign of Winter. Sun. the 26 June 1768 at a quarter of one in the afternoon, a son is b to me, His name shall be John & his sign a [triangle, then an 8 with a plus beneath, & a script V) Joseph Buchele is b Fri. 19 Jan 1770 under the sign of a Scorpion the sun passing the sign of the Waterman. Barbaro Buchele is b 27 Oct 1773 - Her sign is Thunder. Mariah Buchele is b 29 June 1775 - Her sign is Cancer. Elizabeth Buchele is b Tue. 17 Feb 1778. Her sign is a Scorpion and 8 [4 with a small line going left from the top & o with plus beneath]. Sun. 31Jan 1780 a son is b to me Michael Buchele & to my wife. His name shall be Abraham. Tue. 23 Apr 1782 a dau. is b to me Michael Beeghly & to my wife. Her name shall be Catherina. On the 7 Jun 1784 a dau. is b to us. Her name is Anna. Susan Buchele is b on 18 Aug 1786 at about 11 o'clock in the forenoon. On 10 Jan 1789, a son is b to me. His name is Michael. As translated from a German family Bible & recorded by David Beeghley" From "Descendants of Michael Beeghly & Barro Inken book III Joseph Beeghly & Mary Keagy" by W. G. Beeghly, 1978, p. XVIII: "There is some controversy over the 2 marriages of Michael Beeghly, Some want to contend that he was only m. to Barbara Zug, & that she was the mother of all his chldn. There was in possession of David Beeghly, s/o Michael Beeghly Jr. who Michael states in his will should have the family Bible. the old Beeghly Bible, from which some of the early descendants have copied out of. All they copied was birth dates & not death dates if they were there. Some have said the Bible gives his wife's name as Barro Inken, some Luken, & one who copied from the Bible, says Barbara Zug is mentioned but she didn't know if it was a wife or what. Barro Inken was the mother to all his chldn, until the settlement papers of Christian Zug was discovered, in which he states that he pd to his son-in-law, Michael Beeghly May 25 1774, 27 pounds, then on Jan 26 1784, 15 pounds & on Feb 6 1785, 23 pounds. So by this Michael had to be m. to Barbara Zug as early as 1774. Barro had d. Jan 20 of child birth, but no yr was given. Michael Jr., was b. Jan 10 1789. Joseph was b Jan 19 1770"

[NI021473] Daniel was a farmer, a miller, and a distillery operator. He was also a Church Of The Brethren Minister. About 1804 Daniel purchesed land in Montgomery Co OH and moved his family there from Huntingdon County PA. His home was built with movable partitions so that it could double as a meeting house for The Brethren. That home is now registered as an Historical Site.

[NI021479] [4.4.ftw]

Andy was honorably released from his mission after about six months due to medical problems.

[NI021496] The surname is found as Flory, Flora, Floriey, Fleury, Florin, Flury, and Fleur (in French means a flower). The Fleur family were French Hungrnots from near the border of France/Switzerland that migrated into Germany about 1572. And it was from the German Palatinate from whence Joseph left during 1733 to came to America with his wife and children on the ship "Hope." They landing at Philidelphia during August 1733 where Joseph took the oath of allegience on 28 Aug 1733.

[NI021500] Child #6 Harry had a severe illness when just two yrs. old which developed into brain fever and paralyzed half of his body and brain. When he was a little older he developed Epilepsy and spent most of his lifetime in the State Hospital at Gallipolis, Ohio, where he died in 1933. He is buried in the Ft. McKinley Cem.

[NI021549] sent son Michael to check out America. Came with sons to America.

[NI021556] In the Book - George Corlies and some of his Decendants, A Quaker Family of Monmouth County, New Jersy, by Barbara Carver Smith - his birth date is listed prior to 1719

[NI021579] Sarah Jane Murrey was legally adopted by Cyrus and Elizabeth Haines when a baby from a home near Toledo, Ohio.

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