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Descendants of John Garman


7. SARAH CATHERINE2 GARMAN (JOHN1) was born September 30, 1833 in Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pa. (Source: Tombstone/The Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905), and died October 07, 1909 (Source: Tombstone). She married JOHN JACOBS, JR. May 17, 1853 (Source: Vince Womback), son of JOHN JACOBS and CATHERINE KELL. He was born November 13, 1822 in Middlesex Twp, Cumberland County, Pa (Source: Tombstone/The Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905), and died February 01, 1904 (Source: Tombstone).

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ARAH CATHERINE GARMAN:
She is mention in the Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905 by the Genealogical Publishing Co.
      The 1850 census listed her age as 16. She is buried in St. Matthias Lutheran Church Cemetery with her husband, Carlisle Springs, Pa and the tombstone spells the name Garmen.

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OHN JACOBS, JR.:
He is listed in the Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905 by the Genealogical Publishing Co. He is buried at St. Matthias Lutheran Church Cemetery with his wife, Carlisle Springs, Pa.
      He was born on the Jacob Ziegler farm. He was just seven years old when his father bought the old home at the Cross roads. His recollections of his school days went back to the primitive educational facilities of a new country, when all the schools were subscription schools, and the teachers for the most part were firm believers in the theory of Solomon about the use of the rod. When but a boy he began work in his father's blacksmith shop, and when his father determined to retire he was so thoroughly instructed as to be able to carry on the shop himself. After his marriage he bought 38 acres of land where he built his home. He was able in a short period of time to purchase another 50 acres, where he built another house in which he lived for some two years, then returning to his late home. He continue to carry on his trade of blacksmith until 1898 when he retired. The family was reared in the Lutheran faith. He was always an unwavering Democrat in his political views.

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OHN JACOBS and SARAH GARMAN:
Marriage: May 17, 1853 (Source: Vince Womback)
     
Children of S
ARAH GARMAN and JOHN JACOBS are:
18. i.   SADIE CATHERINE3 JACOBS, b. April 1855.
  ii.   JOHN W. P. JACOBS, b. October 13, 1857 (Source: Tombstone); d. February 22, 1886 (Source: Tombstone); m. REBECCA LESHER; b. November 03, 1850 (Source: Tombstone); d. January 19, 1922 (Source: Tombstone).
  Notes for JOHN W. P. JACOBS:
He is buried at St. Matthias Lutheran Church Cemetery with his wife, Carlisle Springs, Pa.

  Notes for REBECCA LESHER:
She is buried at St. Matthias Lutheran Church Cemetery with her husband, Carlisle Springs, Pa.

19. iii.   GEORGE B. MC. JACOBS, b. May 1861.
20. iv.   FRANCIS ALNER JACOBS, b. October 1867.


8. MICHAEL2 GARMAN (JOHN1) was born September 24, 1835 in Dauphin County, Pa (Source: Tombstone/The Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905), and died May 05, 1898 (Source: Tombstone). He married (1) HANNAH SUSANNAH ALBRIGHT, daughter of WILLIAM ALBRIGHT. She was born December 26, 1830 in Perry County, Pa. (Source: Tombstone), and died March 03, 1873 (Source: Tombstone). He married (2) CAROLINE DARON February 24, 1874 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Mechanicsburg, Pa., daughter of JOHN DARON and ELIZABETH BRINER. She was born February 16, 1849 (Source: Tombstone/Briner Family History by Forrest D. Myers 1984 on file at CCHS, Carlisle, Pa..), and died July 07, 1918 in Carlisle, Pa. (Source: Tombstone).

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ICHAEL GARMAN:
He is mention in the Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905 by the Genealogical Publishing Co.

He was brought to Cumberland County when only three years of age, being reared within its confines, and receiving a fair education at the schools of Silver Springs Twp. He spent the greater part of his life as a farmer in Silver Spring Twp., on the farm formerly owned by his father, and late in life retired to New Kingston, where he died.

He was 14 during the 1850 Census. After his brother Benjamin's death he married his widow Hannah and assumed the care of his three children, caring for them as though they were his own. Michael, Benjamin, Hannah, and Caroline are buried together at Young's United Methodist Church Cemetery, Silver Spring Twp, Cumberland County, Pa. Michael farmed the same farm as his brother Benjamin and his father.

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ANNAH SUSANNAH ALBRIGHT:
She is mention in the Biographical Annals of Cumberland County of 1905 by the Genealogical Publishing Co.
      She is buried at Young's United Methodist Church Cemetery, Silver Spring Twp, Cumberland County, Pa. She was from Perry County and upon Benjamin's death Hannah married his brother Michael.

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ICHAEL GARMAN and CAROLINE DARON:
Marriage: February 24, 1874, Trinity Lutheran Church, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
     
Children of M
ICHAEL GARMAN and HANNAH ALBRIGHT are:
21. i.   EMMA C.3 GARMAN, b. December 19, 1856, Silver Spring Twp, Cumberland County, Pa; d. May 24, 1935.
22. ii.   BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GARMAN, b. November 13, 1859, Silver Spring Twp, Cumberland County, Pa; d. 1939.
23. iii.   GEORGE BENJAMIN GARMAN, b. August 23, 1861, Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pa.; d. March 05, 1926.
24. iv.   SYVILLIA JANE GARMAN, b. May 05, 1863, Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pa.; d. February 1933.
25. v.   SARAH ALICE GARMAN, b. February 06, 1866, Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pa.; d. 1940.
26. vi.   IDA ELMIRA GARMAN, b. November 27, 1868.
  vii.   AMANDA GARMAN, b. August 26, 1870 (Source: Tombstone); d. September 06, 1870 (Source: Tombstone).
  Notes for AMANDA GARMAN:
She is buried at Youngs United Methodist Church Cemetery with her parents, Silver Spring Twp, Cumberland County, Pa.

     
Children of MICHAEL GARMAN and CAROLINE DARON are:
  viii.   DANIEL B. D.3 GARMAN, b. July 04, 1875 (Source: Tombstone); d. April 23, 1882 (Source: Tombstone).
  Notes for DANIEL B. D. GARMAN:
He is buried with his parents and brother at Youngs United Methodist Church Cemetery, Silver Springs Township, Cumberland County, Pa.

  ix.   HARRY HOYT GARMAN, b. October 21, 1880 (Source: Tombstone); d. September 08, 1906.
  Notes for HARRY HOYT GARMAN:
He died on a Saturday afternoon at the home of his mother on West Allen St., Mechanicsburg, Pa. after a lingering illness. The Funeral service was at the house by Rev. Nicely. He was buried with his parents and brother at Youngs United Methodist Church Cemetery, Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pa.




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