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Ancestors of Wesley & Mary Jane (Gaunt) McMichael

Updated September 5, 2000


My primary research is on the McMichael & Maxson name. My gggf Christopher McMichael, came to USA prior to Revolutionary War. I found him first in Adams Co., PA, where he married Martha Findley, at the Rock Creek Church. Later he moved to Butler Co., PA, where he died in 1812. I have extensive information on his descendants through his one son Willam. His youngest son, David my grandfather I have less. David and his family moved to Trumbull Co., Ohio about about 1832. Chistopher John, one of his sons, was my grandfather. His son, John (my grandfather) and brother Matthew moved to Northern Michigan about 1870, where they were lumber jacks. Two of Daivid son's married Harrison's; Catherine & Maria, du's of Daniel and ? Watters. They are said to be second counsins to William Henry Harrison. (I have not been able to document that). Another name names I am most interested in is Maxson. My mother was a Maxson; I have her line back to Richard in RI where he died in 1643. Other names which I have interest in include Hetzman, Gaunt, Yarmuth (Yarmouth), Hildebrandt (and its many varied spellings) as wll as Fry, Preston, Coon, and Randall. I would be happy to hear from you on any of these lines.

Wesley Dean McMichael
10109 E. Grand View Ct.,
Traverse City, Michigan 49684
United States
ar572@traverse.lib.mi.us

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