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Robinson , Conradi, Matheus, Shoup, Conrad, Schlagenhauf

Updated September 5, 2000

Searching for information on the following individuals:Family members of Samuel Robinson and Elizabeth Jane Gray from Belfast Samuel ROBINSON, born around 1798 in Belfast Ireland, married Elizabeth Jane GRAY in Belfast. They immigrated to Charleston, South Carolina in 1818. One son, Samuel, who died a bachelor, one daughter, Eliza Jane, born Sept 7, 1817. She died Nov. 26 1893 and is buried at Long Cane Cemetery, near Abbevile S.C.Looking for Parents of Jesse CarlisleEliza Jane Robinson married Jesse Carlisle born May 7, 1823, Virginia, Died May 28, 1885 and is buried with Eliza Jane near Abbeville. They had the following Children: Mary Jane Carlisle-b Jan. 25,1847. Margaret Elizabeth Carlisle-b Jan 19, 1850, Isabella Gray Carlisle-b Jan 22, 1852, Samuel Robinson Carlisle-b July 24, 1858Searching for Family of George M. CONRADIGeorge M Conradi, b-abt 1765 in Germany. He was a surveyor andGeometrical Engineer. He laid out the frontier line of Franceand Germany between Alsace and Rhenish Bavaria. He had a daughter, Kathirina F. Conradi, b-1792 in Germany, immagrated 1856, d-June 1880 in Lawrenceberg, Mi. She married Wendell Matheus.Searching for parents, wives, brothers and sisters of Wendell MatheusWendell Matheus b, 1782 in Germany, d-Oct 1852 Germany, Married Kathirina F. Conradi of Germany (his 3rd wife). They had 4 children: Fritz Matheus, Kathirina Matheus, Herietta Matheus, and Phillip Louis Matheus, b-Dec 2 1829 in Klingen-Muenster, Rhenish Bavaria, Germany. d-Oct 13 in Lawerenceberg Mi.

William S. Maier
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