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1. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
2. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Underwood died at his residence in BaCo May 28 in his 90th year (May 31, 1824) Hayward File, Md Hist Soc. (card file).
3. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
4. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
5. Wilson, Marilyn Lorna Olsen, Household Examination Roll for 1830-1837 shows that the family lived at N. 12 in Tarstad. It is unclear whether Sissa, his wife, was married before or from whom the children are descended on their father's side. Marriage information is from the church books from microfilm from the Momran Library; copy on file. Marriage entry notes that he was a farm had and farmer with Abo status, meaning that he did not own his own farm, but had constant right to the farm he tilled, which was inherited within his family according to certain rules - sons before daughters, older before younger, the widow first of all, etc. See Cradled in Sweden, pg. 99. The spelling of the farm or village, Norrlyeke, may not be quite accurate.
6. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
7. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
8. 1880 Atlas of Putnam County.
9. Putnam County Centennial History, 1834-1834.
10. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
11. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
12. Internet - file g255.
13. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
14. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Note that Shenandoah County became Page Co in 1830.
15. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 21, Jacob Varner, son of John, b. near Luray, Page Co., Va, May 26, 1805; d Aug 21, 1895; m Eliza Guyton, b. at Hagerstown, Md., Apr 24, 1814; d. Feb 6., 1892; both buried in the Varner Cemetery near Ottawa, Putnam County, O., where they settled in early married life on a tract of land that was then swampy and heavily timbered; plenty of wild game but scarcely anything else except a wilderness everywhere; later in life they had everything in abundance. Mr. Varner was a prominent farmer, a good citizen, a member of the Dunkard Church. Children all b. Putnam Co. (goes on to list children).
16. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
17. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial Records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich, [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p 257.
18. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
19. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
20. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
21. Internet - file f646.
22. Wilson, Robert.
23. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
24. Gazette Printing House, TEN YEARS IN PUTNAM COUNTY 1890-1900, Under 1890, Mar 28, "A.H. Osborn, bear Bol (sic) Grove, suicided by taking arsenic."
25. ASC/PCK, Anna Davis reporteed to be first cousin to Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America.
26. Shinn / Archambeault - 1999, "Anna Davis was a 2nd Cousin to Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America."
27. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
28. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Record in Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredericktown, Frederick Co., MD.
29. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
30. CEW / LWP.
31. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Record in Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredericktown, Frederick Co., MD.
32. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
33. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
34. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
35. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
36. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
37. Internet - file g255.
38. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
39. Evangelishe Kirche Frankisch Crumbach, Hessen, Germany (Kr. Dieburg), Kirchenbuch 1637-1875, LDS Film #1190575, (Translation by Sam Schmitz of Celina, Ohio, 1999) 1828 October, No. 1 (?) Johann Adam Vogel and Anna Maria Dorr, page 199: The (the) year (of) Christ, eighteen hundred eight and twenty (28), Tuesday the seventh (of) October occurred: (He) gave away himself both with (unreadable) against the sixth commandment (an) event and happening without Proclimation, (a) marriage and presented Johann Adam Vogel, (son of) the deceased Johann Georg Vogel, (a) local established member of the city and merchantman from here, and his second wife Anna Margaretha, she (was) born Wolf, (their) surviving and left-behind certificated legitimate son, (unreadable) local member of the city from here, born eighteen hundred and six (1806), and Anna Maria Dorr, (daughter of) the Johann Adam Dorr, local member of the city from here and his deceased wife Anna Margaretha, she (was) born Bock, (their) second legitimate daughter born seventeen hundred and eight and ninety (98). Witnesses were: 1.) Johann Adam Dorr, the old father (of) the bride. 2:) Johann Georg Vogel, local member of the city and merchantman from here, the old stepbrother (of) the groom. Which (this) event and happening (according to) present and current Protocoll along with we, the Minister of the marriage performed, signatures (we) have. T. C. W. Cillarins. Adam Dorr. Georg Vogel.
40. Koch, Patricia - Notes, Re: Christening record: This record has some interesting items worth explaining seperately. The Godmother was the born child's grandmotyher, a very unusual occurancce. I had never seen this before in any record. This record mentions Holy Thursday also known as Maundy Thursday. Again, this is unusual in that I have only come across this one time before. They list the Godmother's maiden nam. It seems today that many people wouldn't know their grandmother's maiden name! The word Enklarung was one word here I couldn't translate literally. Ther German word Enk means grand as in grandmother or grandchild. Perhaps this word means grandmother since she was the Godmother. The grandmother whowas the Godmother apparently couldn't write since her signature is just three crossese. The ditto marks under the Godmother's marks are probably the concurrance of the minister since his abbreviated signature follows. "To Amerika" was written in the left column sometime before she departed for America.
41. Evangelishe Kirche Frankisch Crumbach, Hessen, Germany (Kr. Dieburg), Kirchenbuch 1637-1875, LDS Film 1190573, (Translated by Sam Schmitz of Celina, OH): 1829, April No, 19 Anna Margaretha Vogel. To America. In (the) year (of) Christ eighteen hundred nine and twenty (29), Tuesday the fourteenth of April, in the middle of the day areoun eleven thirty o'clock occurred according to (a) presented credible and plausible announcement the Johann Adam Vogel, local member of the city from here, (and) from his married wife Anna Maria, she (was) born Dorr, the first child, a daughter, born whichever Thursday the sixteenth (of) the above mentioned month on Holy and/or Maundy Thursday was christened. She was given the name Anna Margrertha Godmother was the Father's mother, Anna Margaretha Vogel, (wife of) the deceased Johann Georg Vogel, local established member of the city and merchantman from here, the surviving and bereaved widow, one born Wolf, present and current Protocoll together and along with the father, and we, the minister of the performed christening, the undersigned, and with the Enlarung, that she one (has or had) written (unreadable) signatures have (written below). T. C. W. Cillarins. Adam Vogel. + + + Handmark (of) the Godmother. T. Cillarins.
42. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
43. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
44. LWP.
45. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710., Indicates birth date of 9 Aug 1805.
46. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
47. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
48. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
49. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50, MF who was "b. Feb. 13, 1817 in Germany."
50. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
51. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sept 1971, NOTE - William Varner Cemetery -- Greensburg Twp., No-72 After great Grandfather Abraham G. Landis died, his widow, Margareda Vender Landis, married John P. Simon, a widower with seven children. John P. Simon's farm later was inherited by his daughter, Annie Simon, who married William Varner, brother of Isaiah Varner. On this farm in now located the William Varner Cemetery, a well-kept cemetery. When my great Grandmother, Margareda Vender Landis Simon died, Sept. 9, 1872, her husband, John P. Simon, burried (sic) her in an unmarked grave, on his farm, about a quarter mile from the house, along the Blanchard River. She was not burried (sic) on what is now the William Varner Cemetery, which was on J.P. Simon's land. My aunt, Margaret Varner, born 1866, died 1961, pointed out the site of the burial place to me, of her grandmother and of my great Grandmother.
52. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13.
53. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. Martin's Burials: Elizabeth Guyton (wife of Samuel [Sr.]) 30 Jan 1697; Elizabeth Guyton (wife of Samuel) 13 Aug 1728 -- could be w/o Sam'l b. 1698?? Burial records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich [Ref: "Guyton's Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p 257.
54. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Christening Records of St. George Tombland, Norwich: Father Samuell GYTTON; mother not listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011601]. Not proved -- may or may not be the right Samuel.
55. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palate, Norwich. [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR 1986] p. 257.
56. 1860 Census, Eilzabeth and Alex Reed are listed as the parents of Louisa Reed - in acutality they are the Grandparents...
57. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Emingrated from Rhineland-Pfaltz.
58. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
59. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 21 May 1993, Margareda Fender Landis remained a widow from 1846 to 1858, 12 years, and she always hung onto her farm, the Landis farm. Not really a farm then because little of the acreage had been "cleared." In 1858 Margareda Fender Landis married J.P. Simon, another immigrant from Germany, whoe wife, Savilla Gensheimer Simon, had died that year leaving J.P. with a number of small children. Lila Mentions J.P. Simon was appointed guardian of the children: Ben Landis was 15 at the time of this marriage and Fanny Landis was 13. J. P. Simon got himself appointed Guardian of Benjamin Landis and Fanny Landis so he could go to Bucks County, Pa. to claim a very sizeable inheritance left to Benjamin and Fanny Landis by their Grandfather, Benjamin O. Landis, who died 1856, Bucks Co., Pa. (See p. 109 of Crawford's Book on "Descendants of Abraham Landes, d 1791 & Magdalena (Oberholtzer) Landes of Bedminster Twp., Bucks Co., Pa") Also, Iva Whitis, a descendant of Abraham Landis and Margareda Fender Landis, secured the papers from the Orphan's Court in bucks County, Pa., in the 1970s. which spelled out this sizeable inheritance which her Grandfather, Benjamin Landis, age 15 at the time, and my Grandmother, Benjamin's sister, age 13 at the time, Fanny Landis supposedly received. We never knew because in 1970 all the family members (Landis) were deceased. Iva was very skeptical about what happened to the money!!
60. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50, MF who was "b. Feb. 13, 1817 in Germany."
61. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
62. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sept 1971, NOTE - William Varner Cemetery -- Greensburg Twp., No-72 After great Grandfather Abraham G. Landis died, his widow, Margareda Vender Landis, married John P. Simon, a widower with seven children. John P. Simon's farm later was inherited by his daughter, Annie Simon, who married William Varner, brother of Isaiah Varner. On this farm in now located the William Varner Cemetery, a well-kept cemetery. When my great Grandmother, Margareda Vender Landis Simon died, Sept. 9, 1872, her husband, John P. Simon, burried (sic) her in an unmarked grave, on his farm, about a quarter mile from the house, along the Blanchard River. She was not burried (sic) on what is now the William Varner Cemetery, which was on J.P. Simon's land. My aunt, Margaret Varner, born 1866, died 1961, pointed out the site of the burial place to me, of her grandmother and of my great Grandmother.
63. Putnam County, OH, Court House Records, Office of the Court of Common Pleas, Probate Division, Marriage record of Abram Lands and Margaret Fender - Recorded in vol. A Page 48: "I certify that on the fifth day of 1842 I joined in marriage Abram Lands and Margaret Fender. (signed) Levi Good, J. P. Wiled and Recorded June 24th 1842 (signed) J. Taylor, Clerk."
64. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
65. CEW, Chuck has pic of tombstones: James Ferrell 1808-1884, and, Parthena Ferrell 1814-1844.
66. 1880 Atlas of Putnam County.
67. Putnam County Centennial History, 1834-1834.
68. 1880 Atlas of Putnam County.
69. Putnam County Centennial History, 1834-1834.
70. Williamson, Jane Alice; Findlay, Ohio, Joseph Ferrell was born October 26, 1847 at Gilboa Ohio, the son of James and Parthena (Hickerson) Ferrell. On October 29, 1874 he married Mary Ensminger in Putnam County, Ohio. Mary Lavven Ensminger was born July 15, 1857 in Van Buren, Ohio, the daughter of Perry and Ann (McMannis) Ensminger. Joseph Ferrell fought in the Civil War, and the records show that he was enrolled February 8, 1964, and was mustered into service on the same day as a Private, Company C, 9th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, to serve three years, and that he was mustered out of service with the Company as a Private, July 20, 1865, at the end of the War. It is stated on his records at the time of his enlistment that he was born in Putnam County Ohio, that he was 18 years old at the time of his enlistment, and was by occupation a farmer; also that he had blue eyes, light hair, light complexion, and that his height was five feet five inches. He served in such places as Nashville, Tennessee; Bridgepot, Alabama; Lexington, North Carolina. Joseph and Mary Ferrell had five children: Rolland devere, July 26, 1875; Parthena Ann, Oct 14, 1877; James Perry, Sept. 25, 1879-1880; Iva Belle, April 15, 1881-1883, killed by a runaway horse; Laura May, October 14, 1884. Joseph and Mary lived in Gilboa, Ohio, where he was a laborer. He was a member of the Gilboa G.A.R. Post and I.O.O.F. Lodage. SHe was a member of the Gilboa M. E. Church. Infirmitie (sic) of age and paralysis caused the death of Joseph Ferrell, who was 79 years old when he passed away at his home in Gilboa on a Sunday morning, 7:05, on May 16, 1926. He had been seriously ill for two weeks. Mary L. (Ensminger) Ferrell answered the sommons of her death at her home in Gilboa on Sunday, February 26, 1927, at the age of 70 years, 7 months and 18 days, following a period of illness extending over months. Burial of Joseph and Mary Ferrell was made in Harmon Cemetery, Gilboa, Ohio.
71. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
72. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 40.
73. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 164.
74. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48.
75. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Notes on Gehmann family contained information about the offspring of Christian and Barbara. Pat's notes here have excellent source materials. Also, per PCK, after 1832, the Swiss gov't says the official spelling was Gaumann (umlaut over the A).
76. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 4, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
77. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 44, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
78. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 49-50, They had three sons.
79. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 4, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
80. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 44, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
81. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
82. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
83. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
84. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
85. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sep 1971, Note: From page 1 on the Landis Cemetery, Greensburg Township, No-31. September 1971, it would be impossible for anyone to find the Landis Cemetery, or what is left of it, unless one knew exactly where it used to be located. The area is completely overgrown with brush and weeds. There is only one stone remaining in the Landis Cemetery, that of Abraham G. Landis, Born Sept 5, 1804 (Bucks Co., PA); Died Jan. 16, 1846 (Putnam County, O). The Landis Cemetery is on what used to be Abraham Lanids' farm. His stone is flat on the ground now. The stone is about 6' x 2 1/2' by 1 1/2'. As a child I remember this cemetery with tall trees, and many stones in it. My grandmother, Fanny Landis Varner, daughter of Abraham G. Landis and Margareda Vender Landis, and wife of Isaiah S. Varner, inherited the Landis farm. My grandmother saw to it that one of her "hired hands" kept this fmaily cemetery in good order. Grandmother Varner died May 24, 1920, and Grandfather Varner died April 8, 1928. The farm was sold. I did not see the cemetery for about 25 years. When I next visited it, the stones were al gone, excepting for Grandfather Landis' stone, the trees had been cut and a dense brush growth covered the area. Today - 1971 - in addition to dense brush growth, there are second-growth trees -- a wilderness along the Blanchard River bank, on the north side of the Varner road, just west of the Deer Creek Bridge.
86. CEW, Indenture dated 17 Jul 1717/19 - 17 years oldm agreed to serve John Taylor of London, Yeoman, for 5 yrs. in Barbados or Maryland. Witness: Thos. Poole. Ben likely married his first wife c. 1728/30 (?) Ben's eldest child was Margaret, per ASC/PCK.
87. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
88. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Baltimore County Register of Wills (MdHR, Annapolis) L.3, F.340, p.339.
89. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich christening records, LDS IGI, Batch #CO47901. Surname spelled GYTON.
90. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Indenture papers and ship manifest.
91. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
92. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Indenture papers.
93. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
94. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Land Office - Proprietary Rent Rolls, 1639-1775, 1782-1790; Upper Hundred of the Cliffs, Calvert Co., MD; "Robinson's Rest" (part of) - 5 acres; 1 July 1736 Benj'n Guyton bought from James Ayres Nixon. (MdHR 17, 612-1), Book 3, p 92.
95. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
96. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Underwood died at his residence in BaCo May 28 in his 90th year (May 31, 1824) Hayward File, Md Hist Soc. (card file).
97. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Known alternative spelling for Eliza Guyton's name was Guiton. Eliza was a twin with sister Elinor (Guyton) - Mrs. John Smith.
98. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
99. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
100. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
101. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
102. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Vol A-18. Marriage 1838 - recorded Volume A, p 18, Probate Ct Office Marriage Records - Ottawa, Putnam County, OH.
103. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
104. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
105. Shinn / Archambeault.
106. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
107. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Vol A-18. Marriage 1838 - recorded Volume A, p 18, Probate Ct Office Marriage Records - Ottawa, Putnam County, OH.
108. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
109. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
110. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53.
111. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
112. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. Michael at Plea, Norwich Chirstening Records: Father - John GYTTON, no mother listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011651].
113. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich [Ref. "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p. 257.
114. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. Michael at Plea, Norwich Chirstening Records: Father - John GYTTON, no mother listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011651].
115. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich [Ref. "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p. 257.
116. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
117. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Christening Records of St. George Tombland, Norwich: Father Samuell GYTTON; mother not listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011601]. Not proved -- may or may not be the right Samuel.
118. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palate, Norwich. [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR 1986] p. 257.
119. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Christening Records of St. George Tombland, Norwich: Father Samuell GYTTON; mother not listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011601]. Not proved -- may or may not be the right Samuel.
120. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palate, Norwich. [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR 1986] p. 257.
121. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Norwich, St. Gregory, transcript of registers 1571-1813, Colman MS-418 (Orig. MF/PR 93 -- microfilm very hard to read). Also on LDS IGI Batch #MO48031, Both single at time of marriage (not widow/widower).
122. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
123. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Norwich, St. Gregory, transcript of registers 1571-1813, Colman MS-418 (Orig. MF/PR 93 -- microfilm very hard to read). Also on LDS IGI Batch #MO48031, Both single at time of marriage (not widow/widower).
124. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
125. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Baltimore County Register of Wills (MdHR, Annapolis) L.3, F.340, p.339.
126. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, e-mail to CEW 2/24/99: "From Revolutionary Patriots of Harford County, Maryland 1775-1783, by Henry C Peden, Jr, 1985: Guyton, Underwood married Priscilla Jackson in 1762. Private, Capt. Baker's Co, No 15, Jan 27, 1776 (E-120, M-75). "From History of Harford County, MD, by Walter W. Prestons: Underwood Guyton, Charles Baker's Co No 15, Jan 27, 1776. Elected by ballot: CHarles Baker, Capn. "From Revolutionary Patriots of Baltimmore City and Baltimore County, Maryland, by Henry C. Peden: Guyton, Underwod: Non-juror to the Oath of Allegiance, 1778 (A1/10). He was a son of Benjamin and Catherine Guyton and died in Baltimore County in 1824. He married on August 12, 1762 to Priscilla Jackson. Their children: Benjamin, Henry, Isaiah, John, Vinson, Ruth (m. John Watkins in 1796), Elizabeth (m1 William Stewart in 1788 and m2 John Colegate in 1798), Nelly Guyton (m a Combs), Sarah, Rebecca."
127. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
128. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Underwood died at his residence in BaCo May 28 in his 90th year (May 31, 1824) Hayward File, Md Hist Soc. (card file).
129. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
130. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. John's / St. George's Parish page 223.
131. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
132. PCK / CRJ.
133. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
134. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Handwirtten notes - undated from 1998, to Laura Wilson-Perry: Vincent (1786-1875) & Anna Davis (1784-1861) Married 1809 Residences: (1) Near Buckeyestown, Frederick Co., MD (Davis family farm) (2) Mid-1820's to Fairfield Co., OH - leased a farm in Fairfield Co next to Perry Co, where Vincent's older brother had land. The Ada/Hardin Co Guytons descend fr. this older brother, Benjamin Guyton (3) Early 1830s to Ottawa Twp, Putnam County, OH, and Greensburg Twp, Putnam County, OH. -Vincent NEVER had land in his own name - original owners were his sons. -Early 1830s also came from Fairfield Co., Wm McGinnis (c1809-1884) who married August 1833 in Fairfiled County Vincent's daughter - Rebeca Guyton (1810-1876) -So - going down the road (as we did Friday, March 22 (1998 - LWP)) we had on either side of us various Guyton-McGinnis lands. -Other family names & descendants of Vincent Guyton show up on Courthouse deeds and sometimes on the 1880 & 1895 maps. -Isaiah Guyton (bachelor) owned land: 1st entry - State of Ohio to I.G. Greensburg Twp NE1/4 of Section 12 - 1836. 160 A. -Wm. Guyton: US to W.G. SW1/4 S8 Ottawa Twp 1835 - 200 A -Wm. Guyton: US to W.G. NW1/4 S7 Ottawa Twp 1835 - 160 A The above is all i researched for Mother (Audrey S. Carroll - LWP) some years ago. - Wm (1817-1899) & Polly Burkhart (1827-1907) dau Elmira (1861-1952) m. Henry N. Reeder (18__-1961). Their dau married a PERKEY, John. Dau Mary Ann (18__-19__) m. Geo. J WIRTH - he shows up on legal data. Other known spellings of last name: Guiton, Guydon, Geydon, Guyson.
135. PCK / CRJ.
136. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
137. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Record in Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredericktown, Frederick Co., MD.
138. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
139. LWP / CEW.
140. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Record in Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fredericktown, Frederick Co., MD.
141. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
142. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
143. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
144. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
145. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
146. Shinn / Archambeault, "John and Elizabetha lived in Alsheim bei Gronau, Rhineland-Pfaltz (Palatinate) Germany, southwest of Mannheim, northwest of Speyer, where they had a small farm and vineyard."
147. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 7, JOHANNES (JOHN) HOTTEL, with whom this history begins, was born in Europe, about 1700, where he grew to manhood, took ship Pennsylvania, John Stedman, Master, probably in June, with his wife MARGARET, and five children under sixteen years of age, at Rotterdam, Holland, landed in Colonial America at Port Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 11, 1732, the year George Washington, the father of our country, was born. John Hottel must have been still a young man at that time. Of his parents we have not been able to find any trace. Probably they were lost in the terrible commotions of Europe, and their records destroyed. John Hottel and Margaret were married about 1720, and their five children were all born in Europe. The family name of Margaret, her parentage, time and place of brith in the old country, are unknown. This family located in the northern part of Bucks County, PA, where they lived 18 years and by thrift and industry acquired lands and homes, so that the name Hottel appears on the tax records a few years after their advent. These immigrants too the oath of allegieance to the Crown of Great Britain. In religion they were either Lutherans, Reformed, or possibly Mennonites. They spoke the German language and were faithful, patriotic citizens. According to Prof. I. D. Rupp, (Sep 21, 1732) Ulrich Hottel, who was sick, arrived with 188 passengers. No further record is given. Probably he was a brother of John.
148. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 8-9, Charles, George and the only daughter, Barbara Anna Hottel, married and lived their entire lives near the vicinity of their parents. They reared prosperous and progressive families. Charles was the father of 11 children; George was the father of 9 children; Barbara Anna, who married George Keller, was the mother of 9 children. Their descendants in the Shenandoah Valley are legion. Apparently the Valley could not accomodate them all, hence in the early years of the nineteenth century the Hottel bee hive swarmed, and today thousands are scattered from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from Alaska and Canada to Florida and Texas. A great majority of them have adhered to the faith of their fathers and are a fine people; some have attained to great age, few to great wealth. The majority are well-to-do. Some, if poor, are very respectable. None, so far as we know, have been pensioners of public charity. While some had attained to eminence in the litereary world and have acquired fame, others have balzoned their names in their country's annals and their deeds have engaged the historian's pen. They are included among the various vocations of the business and professional world. We fin ministers of the various denominations, as well as doctors, lawyers, judges, teachers, farmers; intelligent and educated men and women, high school and college graduates in vast numbers.
149. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 6.
150. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 9, A community schoolhouse was built at the rear of the Frieden's church, familiarly known as the Hottel-Keller schoolhouse. This was erected by free-will offerings of money, labor and material. George Hottel, John Snarr, the Kellers and many others figured prominently in this educational enterpries. They believed that education was essential to good citizenship and the welfare of our country.
151. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 7, Public records show that our Progenitor, John Hottel, Margaret, his wife, and three children, Charles, George, and Barbara Anna, emiigrated in 1750 to the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, where their descendants are legion today. John and Henry remained in Pennsylvania. Why they became separated is unknown. The descendants of John Hottle rank among the prominent citizens of the Keystone State. They held their Third Family Reunion at Waldhsim Park near Allentown, July 26, 1917, at which Rev. John T. Huddle, D.D., of Washington D.C. and the writer as their honored guests delivered addresses. Those represented on the program were, Joseph M. Hottel, Benneville Hottle, Rev. Benjamin Hottel, Edwin B. Hottle, Lewis L. Schuler, Sylvester Egner, George W. Hottel, Eastburn R. Hottle, J. Abraham Huttel, Jospeh S. Hottle, Rev. Henry H. Moyer, Helen Kilmer and Mrs. Frank A. Kaufman. This branch of the Hottel family is not included in the body of this genealogy. What became of Henry, brother of John Hottel, is unknown. Probably he died unmarried.
152. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 6.
153. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 9, On the original Hottel homestead near where the first Hottel domicile stood, the old Frieden's church was built in 1821. It was owned jointly by the Reformed and Lutheran congregations. Many of our kin of that day worshipped in this church, being identified with one or the other of these bodies. The congregations were separated and the building abandoned and torn down in 1880 and separate churches were erected. The Lutherans since then worship at St. Matthew's not far distant, and the Reformed people at Harrisville.
154. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 6.
155. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 8, Over the North Mountain on the head waters of Toms Brook, out a short distance from the village ot Toms Brook, lies the original Hottel homestead, containing 341 acres, which was purchased from Lord Thomas Fairfax, Aug. 30, 1750. This body of land lies six mile north of Woodstock, (Muellerstadt), the seat of Shenandoah County founded in 1760. It is believed the Hottel domicile stood near the Hottel spring on the back road leading to Mount Olive, near the present residence of David H. Keller. We sometimes wich these worthy ancestors who invaded and occupied these premises in the long ago, could return and reveal themselves to our curious eyes. Nearly two centuries ago they joined the spectral hosts that dwell among the stars, while in yonder Keller graveyard theyr ashes sleep. Lovingly Virginia's skies are arched above their tombs.
156. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 5-6, A copy of John Hottel's last will and testament is herewith produced in full, bearing date August 11, 1760, admitted to probate in the Court of Frederick County, Virginia, at Winchester, November 5, 1760, as follows: In the name of God, Amen: I, John Hoddle, of the county of Fredeick and Colony of Virginia, being in health of body and perfect mind a memory..., I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my executors, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God, and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of in the following manner and form. First of all my just debts and funeral charges to be paid. I also give and bequeath to Margaret, my dear wife, one full third part of my whole estate by her to be enjoyed during her natural life, and then at her decease to fall to my executors. Also, I give to my eldest son, Charles Hoddle, ten pounds of current money of Virginia, to be raised and levied out of my estate. Also, I give to my youngest son, George Hoddle, and my son-in-law, George Keller the - which two I likewise constitute, make and ordain my executors of this, my last will and testament - all and singular, my lands together with all my movable estate, to be equally divided between them after my decease and the decease of my wife, then by them freely disannul all and every other former testaments, wills, legacies, and bequests and executors by me in any wise before named, willed and bequeatherd, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. John Hoddle placed his mark at the end of the document. Witnessed by Benjamin Denton, John North and John Little.
157. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 6, This will was exhibited into Court by George Huddle and George Keller, the executors therein named who made oath thereto, according to teh law and the same being proven by the oaths of the witnesses thereto, is ordered to be recorded. Will book No. 2, page 444. Teste: Arch Wager, C.C. The above will is very interesting, showing the religious frame of mind and the approximate date of the death of the testator. THe reader will notice the omission of the names of John and Henry who remained in Pennsylvania. We have assumed in the foregoing that they were his sons. Either they have received their portion while their father was still living, or these were not his sons. We have delayed too long before attempting a history of this important family so that the connecting links probably have been lost forever.
158. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13.
159. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
160. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48, BARBARA HOTTEL, third child of Charles and Barbara Hottel, b. neaer Toms Brook, Shenandoah County, VA, about 1751; d. in 1812; m Jan 30 1775 PHILIP WERNER, b on the famous Elbe River in Alsace, Germany in 1746; d between Apr and July in 1830; thei bodies lie entombed on the John M. Miller farm north of Luray, Page Co., VA. Their descendants have enclosed the grave lot with an iron fence. Philip Werner was of German stock, a substantial, industrious pioneer family owning very large grants north and east of Luray, and lived where John S. Miller now resides. This section embracing Page Co. was laid off from Shenandoah Co. in 1830. They were the parents of seven children who reached maturity. Martin, Magdalene and Elizabeth emigrated to Cooper Co., MO. probably in the twenties of 1800 and entered government land, lived together, unm., dying at old age, and bur. on the land they owned. Their other children, as records will show, lived and died in Page Co., VA, but some of their children went to Ohio, Indiana, Missouri and other states, others remaining in their native state. Their children and descendants bear the name Varner.
161. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48.
162. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49, Shenandoah / Page Co.
163. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49.
164. Shinn / Archambeault, Emigrated to Augusta County, VA, in 1748-1749.
165. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13, CHARLES HOTTEL, oldest son of the Immigrant, John Hottel, was born in Europe about 1722, came to America with his parents when a mere boy and grew to manhood in Bucks Co., PA. The public records show that he came to Augusta Co., Virginia (1748-49)--where he owned real estate several years in advance of his parents. He settled on a farm of 250 acres one mile west of the village of Toms Brook. Here near the buildings he and his wife were buried without proper markers and inscriptions. The major part of his life was spent in Shenandoah County. He was among the outstanding pioneers of that community and was a prosperous farmer, owning 1318 acres of land n the above county at the time of his death. The surname of his wife, BARBARA, is unknown. She preceded him to the grave.
166. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13.
167. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13, Prompted by premonitions of death as a result of being kicked by a horse, Charles made his will. The precision and painstaking care in disposing of his properties is particularly noticeable. He parcelled out land values to his sons and money values to his daughters, except Magdalene. The document was written in German, and it stipulated that his son Jacob should maintain him in old age until death; therefore, he departed this life on the farm east of Maurertown, Va. The will is dated June 10, 1778, ordered to be translated in the Englash language and probated, Sept 12, 1814.
168. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 13, An abstract of the will of Charles Hottel taken from Probate records at Wookstock is as follws: (1) He speaks of having been hurt by a horse, provides for decent Christian burial, and makes bequests. (2) To John, 285 acres of land valued at 400 Pounds, deducted 10 Pounds in addition to the alloted sum for each and owed his brothers and sisters, 217 Pounds, 5 s and 6 p. (3) To Jacob, 215 acres of land valued at 400 Pounds, deducted his allotment, owed 227 Pounds, 5s. and 6p. (4) To Joseph, 250 acres of land valued at 260 Pounds, deducted his heritage, owed 87 Pounds, 5s. and 6p. (5) To Solomon, 227 acres of land valued at 400 Pounds, and 6p., deducted his allowance, owed 227 Pounds, 5s and 12p. (6) To Daniel, 201 acres of land valued at 300 Pounds, deducted his allowance, owed 127 Pounds, 5 s. and 6p. (7) To Magdalene, 163 acres of land and 22 Pounds, 14s. and 10p equals the correct amount due to her. The value of the original estate totals 1910 Pounds for the sum of 1318 acres. Deducting the 10 Pounds which John, the eldest, received, 1900 Pounds was the total remaining for equal distribution. The total of the sums owed by the five brothers, as noted in the foregoing analysis, is 886 Pounds, 9s and 4p. Deducting from this amount due Magdalene, leaves a remainder of 863 Pounds, 14s and 10p. This sum of money to be divided among the sisters, Barbara, Mary, Elizabeth, Anna and Susannah, who received no bequests of land, divided by five, their number, as a result is the sum of 172 Pounds, 14s. and 10p for each.
169. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48.
170. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
171. CEW, 10/1998.
172. CEW, Has tombstone pic on which last name spelled HUBBALL.
173. CEW, 10/1998.
174. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
175. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
176. PCK / CRJ.
177. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
178. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
179. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
180. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, See Scharf's History of Western Maryland, Vol 1, p 517 - records of first congregation of Baptist Church of Fredericktown, MD. A Keziah Davis is listed as a member of the first Baptist congregation at "Frederick Town" and is listed as "deceased" in Scharf's records. No date is given. Died in childbirth??
181. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
182. Wilson, Robert, "I will state the facts as I know them. Louisa was the illegitimate daughter of Julia Reed. 'As the story goes, Julia went to help her sister Martha through a difficult birth and became pregnant by her sister's husband Edmund E. Jones. The divorce record of Martha (Reed) Jones vs Edmund Jones states that he committed adultery with Julia Ann Reed'. Julia Ann did not marry Jones, but Louisa took Jones as her last name. Julia Ann Reed married John C. Wilson, who was Randle's son, on 3 Jun 1861. In 1870 Louisa Jones was living with John C. and Julia Ann Wilson, and her age was given as 13. She had been attending school the past year. Julia gave her age as 30, so she was only 17 when Louisa was born. Louisa became pregnant in March or April of 1871 and married Randall (sic) C Wilson in Allen County on 23 Sep 1871. McCloud Wilson was born on 6 Dec 1871, with R.C. and L. Wilson as his parents. The birth was reported by R.C. on 22 Apr 1872. In January of 1874 Randle and Louisa sold the property in Patterson to James E. Wilson for $400. James had been living there in 1870. Tandle could not sign his name, but Louisa could. She appeared before a Notary Public "apart from her said husband" and declared that "she did voluntarily sign, seal and acknowledge the deed."
183. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
184. Crawford, Ruth P., "Descendants of Abraham Landes d. 1791 and Magdalena (Oberholtzer) Landes of Bucks Co., PA" 1955., Nine generations reviewed. "Abraham may have had a brother named Rudolph (d 1791...Abraham and Rudolph Landes are buried in adjacent lots in Deep Run Mennonite Cemetery in Bedminster Township, Bucks Co., PA...No markers have been found for their wives, Magdalena and Sarah, daughters of Jacob and Barbara Oberholtzer.
185. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48.
186. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 38-39, "The Chairman is still of the opinion that Heinrich Landes who came to America Sept. 27, 1749. (Penna German Pioneers, Vol !, p 415) may be the father of Frederick Landis b. 1739. She also believes that Abraham and Rudolph Landes mey be the brothers of Frederick. (Read No. 6 and No. 7, pp. 55-57, Facts and Queries of 1950. 31st Landis Reunion Report.) She suggests to anyone pursuiing to connect this line with the HIRZEL CHART, that they search dilligently in Philadelphia and Bucks Co. Courthouses for a will or administrations papers and land transactions of a HENRY LANDES, rather than a Frederick Landis.
187. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48.
188. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48, In the History of the Franconia Menn. Conference by John C. Wenger, pub 1937, on p 277 is listed Abraham Landes, minister, ordained in the Deep Run circuit in 1758.
189. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48.
190. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48, Deed to Abraham Landes, 100 acres in Bedminster Township, is recorded in Philadelphia, Patent A Vol 19, p541, May 5, 1760. The farm was bought by the youngest son Benjamin 1798, from the Executors Samuel Landes of Bedminster Township and Jacob Landes of Plumstead Township, Bucks County, PA, recorded Jan 2, 1811, for 700 pounds, with the provision that he maintain his mother, Magdalen Landes. Magdalena's grave has not been located at Deep Run Mennonite; nor have son Benjamin and his wife's *Esther Gehman) graves been found.
191. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 48, The will od Abraham Landes of Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pa., is found in Doyelstown, Pa. Will Book 5, p 256. He made his will Feb 18, 1791, probated April 4, 1791 at Newton, Pa., Docket #1224. His gravestone reads 1791 at the Old Deep Run Mennonite Graveyard. His wife Magdalen (Overholtzer) Landes and his sons Jacob and Samuel Landes are the executors. His eleven children are listed in the following order: Abraham , Sarah, Barbara, Mary, Jacob, Henry, Magdalen, Samuel, Daniel, Joseph and Benjamin. Witnesses to the will are Jacob Gottshalk & Rudolph Landes.
192. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 44, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
193. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50, Abraham G. and Margaret had 2 children. We are indebted to Miss Iva Whitis of Pandora, Ohio, for the records on the Abraham G. Landes family.
194. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 21 May 1993, Corrections to Lila [Stauffer]'s Notes, Audrey S. Carroll, May 21, 1993 (I cannot locate the original notes of Lila Stauffer at this time - LWP 5/99): Corrections to Lila's handwritten account of our trip to the Maryland Hall of Records, St. Johns Campus, Annapolis, Maryland, July-August 1957 and Susie Stauffer's stories about our family. Lila says, "Abraham Landis d. in _____ and is buried in Perry Township along the Blanchard River." CORRECTION: Abraham Landes died 16 Jan 1846 and is buried on his farm in the Landis Cemetery, Greensburg Township, Putnam County, Ohio. This cemetery is located on the south bank of the Blanchard River and on the West bank for Deek Creek at the confluence of Deer Creek and the Blanchard River.
195. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, undated, This information listed in an undated, unsigned series of notes which appear to be in Audrey S. Carroll's handwriting: "Isaiah Varner, s. of Eliza Guyton, m. Fanny Landis, d. of Abraham Landis. A. A Landis m. Margaret Fender (b. in Germany). A. Landis d. in ___ from too much blood letting. He had driven to Ottawa to consult a physician (Dr. Pomeroy?) & collapsed & died shortly after returning home. Buried along Blanchard River in Perry Township. Two children, Fanny and Ben Landis survived. His widow married John P. Simon who was appointed guardian of children."
196. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 21 May 1993, Lila says, "He (Abraham Landis) had driven to Ottawa to consult a physician (Dr. Pomeroy or Dr. Godfrey) & collapsed & died shortly after returning home." CORRECTION: Lila is basically correct in the above statement. According to Aunt Maggie (Margaret Varner, daughter of Isaiah Varner and Fannie Landis Varner), Abraham Landis was not feeling well on the morning of 16 Jan 1846. On this cold January morning he decided to see a Doctor, the nearestone being in Ottawa, a distance of about 10 miles East (if you had good roads like we have today, 1993). Abraham Landis mounted his horse and rode horseback to Ottawa. Which doctor he consulted we do not know. Dr. Pomeroy was a graduate of the Cleveland Medical School, Cleveland, O. He had married ______ Cox from near Strongsville, Ohio. His wife was a sister of one of the founders of Ottawa, O., _____ Cox. Godfrey had come from Pennsylvania to visit the Cox family, relatives of his. He decided to remain in Ottawa and study medicine with Dr. Pomeroy. In those days a young man could work with and for a physician for several years and then set up a practice as a Doctor. This is what Godfrey did. no medical degree. Young men could do the same with law. Abraham Lincoln is an example although he was an exceptional example of a self-taught man. Whichever physician Abraham Landis consulted, the physician "bled" him. To draw blood for whatever ailed you was common practice in the early 1800s. Abraham Landis, after the treatment, mounted his horse and rode home. Note: No real roads then. Just trailsm mostly Indian, through the wilderness. When Abraham reached home, on dismounting his horse, he collapsed and died from loss of blood. He left a young widow, Margareda Fender Landis, age 29, two small children; Benjamin Landis, age about 3 years, and Fannie Landis, age about 1 year.
197. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
198. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
199. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
200. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
201. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sep 1971, Note: From page 1 on the Landis Cemetery, Greensburg Township, No-31. September 1971, it would be impossible for anyone to find the Landis Cemetery, or what is left of it, unless one knew exactly where it used to be located. The area is completely overgrown with brush and weeds. There is only one stone remaining in the Landis Cemetery, that of Abraham G. Landis, Born Sept 5, 1804 (Bucks Co., PA); Died Jan. 16, 1846 (Putnam County, O). The Landis Cemetery is on what used to be Abraham Lanids' farm. His stone is flat on the ground now. The stone is about 6' x 2 1/2' by 1 1/2'. As a child I remember this cemetery with tall trees, and many stones in it. My grandmother, Fanny Landis Varner, daughter of Abraham G. Landis and Margareda Vender Landis, and wife of Isaiah S. Varner, inherited the Landis farm. My grandmother saw to it that one of her "hired hands" kept this fmaily cemetery in good order. Grandmother Varner died May 24, 1920, and Grandfather Varner died April 8, 1928. The farm was sold. I did not see the cemetery for about 25 years. When I next visited it, the stones were al gone, excepting for Grandfather Landis' stone, the trees had been cut and a dense brush growth covered the area. Today - 1971 - in addition to dense brush growth, there are second-growth trees -- a wilderness along the Blanchard River bank, on the north side of the Varner road, just west of the Deer Creek Bridge.
202. Putnam County, OH, Court House Records, Office of the Court of Common Pleas, Probate Division, Marriage record of Abram Lands and Margaret Fender - Recorded in vol. A Page 48: "I certify that on the fifth day of 1842 I joined in marriage Abram Lands and Margaret Fender. (signed) Levi Good, J. P. Wiled and Recorded June 24th 1842 (signed) J. Taylor, Clerk."
203. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, undated notes and notes of 12 Mar 1982.
204. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Christian and Moses were administrators of Benjamin O.'s will - 1856. The 1800 PA census for Bucks Co., PA lists 1 M under 10, 1 M bet 26-45, and 1 F bet 16-26.
205. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 49, Administrators Book 7, p. 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown, Bucks County, Pa., Docket #9937.
206. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 44, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
207. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
208. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
209. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
210. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 45.
211. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sep 1971, Note: From page 1 on the Landis Cemetery, Greensburg Township, No-31. September 1971, it would be impossible for anyone to find the Landis Cemetery, or what is left of it, unless one knew exactly where it used to be located. The area is completely overgrown with brush and weeds. There is only one stone remaining in the Landis Cemetery, that of Abraham G. Landis, Born Sept 5, 1804 (Bucks Co., PA); Died Jan. 16, 1846 (Putnam County, O). The Landis Cemetery is on what used to be Abraham Lanids' farm. His stone is flat on the ground now. The stone is about 6' x 2 1/2' by 1 1/2'. As a child I remember this cemetery with tall trees, and many stones in it. My grandmother, Fanny Landis Varner, daughter of Abraham G. Landis and Margareda Vender Landis, and wife of Isaiah S. Varner, inherited the Landis farm. My grandmother saw to it that one of her "hired hands" kept this fmaily cemetery in good order. Grandmother Varner died May 24, 1920, and Grandfather Varner died April 8, 1928. The farm was sold. I did not see the cemetery for about 25 years. When I next visited it, the stones were al gone, excepting for Grandfather Landis' stone, the trees had been cut and a dense brush growth covered the area. Today - 1971 - in addition to dense brush growth, there are second-growth trees -- a wilderness along the Blanchard River bank, on the north side of the Varner road, just west of the Deer Creek Bridge.
212. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
213. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, States Curt was born "near Ottawa, O., Feb. 1880."
214. Olsen, Arthur "Buzzy", Has Ida Mabel Elizabeth's mother's name written as Baussay.
215. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, St. Michael at Plea, Norwich Chirstening Records: Father - John GYTTON, no mother listed. [LDS IGI Batch #P011651].
216. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich [Ref. "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p. 257.
217. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
218. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
219. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
220. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
221. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
222. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
223. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
224. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, 27 Mar 1997, I've added some results of 1996 research to the 1995 printout -- most of it from Don Long's efforts. PCK Ancestor #9: their son, Abraham Dillon Stauffer (1845-1922) m 1867 to Anne Elizabeth Sigler (1850-1938) dau of George Bishop & Anna Margaret (Vogel) Sigler of Smithsburg, Wash Co MD -- Abe & Anne came to Putnam Co OH in 1867.
225. Audrey S. Carroll, "Michael Eden Prowant and The PROWANT, MYERS, SHANK Families of Putnam County, Ohio," 1983 - unpublished manuscript, 8, Anna Myers, 1805-1886, married John Stouffer, 1806-1889, in Washington County, Maryland, where they spent their entire lived. They reared a family of five children. Both John and Anna Myers Stouffer are buried in the Stouffer Mennonite Cemetery, Ringgold District, Washington County, Maryland.
226. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710., Indicates birth date of 9 Aug 1805.
227. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
228. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
229. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710., Prepared for PCK 4 Dec 1995: Son Sam worked as a millwright in Lambertsville, NJ before coming to Putnam Co, Ohio c 1828-1838. Per PCK's notes on D Long's work: Sam's wedding to Margaret Hardin was the first marriage in Putnam County per PCHS newletter #17, Vol VII, #1, Spring 1984. Wood from mill used to make a barn on the Jacob Martin farm, Jackson Twp, per PCHS or ASC (not clear which source).
230. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, 1st Putnam County home for this family was at the location of the Myers East Cemetery on a bluff overlooking the Blanchard River.
231. Stauffer, Susan Maria, According to Aunt Susie in 1967, John Myers remembered seeing George Washington.
232. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, 27 Mar 1997, On the 1880 census the children of John and Mary (Dillon) Myers say both of their parents were born in PA. They and 9 of their children to Putnam Co OH in the 1830s -- first home along a bluff overlooking the Blanchard River in Greensburg Twp -- also site of Myers East Cem.
233. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, 27 March 1997, Family stories say besides raising their own children, John & Mary (Dillon) Myers raised 2 other ch. - one being a Spitsnaugle - child of John's sister.
234. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1896 Allen & Putnam County History, pp 379-380: John Myers, 1760-1838, the father, was also a native of Maryland of German descent, was a wealthy farmer and a land owner, and also the owner of a mill and a distillery ...
235. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1896 Allen & Putnam County History, p. 375: Under heading of Jacob Crouse Myers: Jacob Crouse Myers, b. Jan 11, 1839, Putnam County, Ohio, the son of Peter Myers, b 1800 and of Anna Crouse Myers. "Michael Myers, the great grandfather of Peter Crouse Myers, was born in Germany and married there. He later came to America and settled in Maryland, being among the early settlers, and here he spent his life on a farm. His son, John Myers, 1760-1838, was married to Mary Dillon of English ancestry, but who had been reared by German Mennonites (Family tradition says her name may have been Mary DeLeon) (Mary was from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania) After marriage he (John) settled in Washington County, Maryland, and became a very wealthy distiller, and very prominent in public affairs of his county. He was an old-line Whig, and during the famous Whiskey Rebellion he espoused the cause of the government. Both he and his wife were members of the Mennonite Church, and to them were born thirteen children.
236. George A. Stauffer, GAS, unpublished, undated notes with corrections and updates by Audrey S. Carroll (undated), John Myers & Mary Dillon Meyers came to Putnam County Sept 1831 from Washington County MD. John Myers' father was Michael was born in Germany & married there. They had the foling (sic) children: (1) Elizabeth Myers married Christy Shank, no children (2) Abraham Myers who married to Colferney in about 1828 who is reported to have been the father of 13 children. (3) John Myers marrued Katie Beas who had a daughter Fran who marrie John Funk a son Christ. Meyers. (4) Samuel Myers who came to Putnam County in 1829 and married in _____ (Palestine???) Church being the first white man married in Putnam and the first school exam. in Putnam and was one of the first county commissioners and he married Margaret Hardin. The foling (sic) Was (sic) his children.... (5) Jacob Meyers married Liddy Shank of Canada. Belle never married, Peter never married, Hanery never married, John married Sarah _____, Samuel Jacob married... Joseph married & Louis in _____. (6) Marria Meyers who married Christ Shank of Canada. Had no children (7) Peter Meyers maried (sic) Anna (Crouse) and to these ___ was the following children.... (ASC NOTE: Old rundown house) (8) Anna Myers married John Stauffer who lived at Edgemont Md. These children were Mary who married John Hoover, Henry Stauffer who married Margaret Kuhn, Jacob who married Lida Shank who died at Nashville Tenn in the Late war, John who died at Edgemont Md Abram who came to Ohio in 1869. (9) Joseph Myers. Lizzy Shank. Children listed.... (10.) Barbara Myers who married Huey Shank... their children.... (ASC NOTE: Brennemans (who married into this family) live in Dupont - 1950) (11) Henry Myers who married Sofie Shank, a Canada woman. Thei children... (ASC NOTE: Zimmermans, who married into this fmaily, had elevator at Oakwood) (12) Christ Meyers married Mary Myers his neice and he lived in Baustimus (???), Md. He had six children... (ASC NOTE: Baltimore John - Grandpa Stauffer didnot like him. Was wild. Visited here.) .
237. George A. Stauffer, GAS, unpublished, undated notes with corrections and updates by Audrey S. Carroll (undated), continued from previous, (13) Franny married Jonas Shank (ASC note (hard to tell to whom she is referring here): Grandpa Stauffer bought their rolling pin from them at a sale.) ASC NOTES: Dave Smith, who married into this family, made Smith rockers at Dupont, Ohio. Made in 1890s. Gale Stauffer Carnahan has one. Roy Miller has Grandad's rocker. Faye and Maizie Smith graudated in Susie's 8th grade class. At Dupont, O - Meth. Church 1901. Pap was an usher. Susie was 14.) Children are listed, including Aunt Lib Boxwell, who was the wife on Jacob Stauffer, who "was killed in the Battle of Nashville Tenn in the Sivil Ware (sic). LWP Note - Jacob actually died in Memphis, TN, and fought losing battle with dysentery. Memorial stone to Jacob erected at Memphis Nat'l Cemetery 1998.
238. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1958, In 1958 Susie (Stauffer) said the Myers family Bible might be in the possession of John Myers, who lives near Edgerton, O. Arctic, Indiana is his address.
239. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, The "run-down" house, where Mort Myers lived, was that part of the Peter Myers farm - where Papa was born in a log cabin?
240. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, Notes on back of a lineage chart: Besides their 13 children of their own, John and Mary Dillon Myers reared 2 orphan children. One of those children, a son (Spitsnaughle - Spitnale in 1979) came to Putnam County, Ohio with one of the Myers' sons, married and reared a family here. The same information above was reiterated on a lineage chart dated 6 July 1958: Uncle John (John Leonard Stouffer) told me at the S. Reunion: 1. John Myers and Mary Dillon were the parents of 13 children. 2. That John Myers and Mary (Dillon) Myers reared 3 foster children in addition to their own 13 children. 3. That 2 of John and Mary (Dillon) Myers' sons went to California and were not heard from again. 4. The Myers came from near Lightersburg andSmithburg, Maryland. (signed) Audrey Stauffer Carroll.
241. Audrey S. Carroll, "Michael Eden Prowant and The PROWANT, MYERS, SHANK Families of Putnam County, Ohio," 1983 - unpublished manuscript, 5, John Myers was a landowner and the owner of a prosperous mill and distillery on the Little Antietam River in Washington County, Maryland. In George Kinder's 1915 History of Putnam County, Ohio, in the biography of Samuel Myers, Sr., son of John Myers, 1760-1838, it says, "...John was a wealthy farmer and landowner. He also owned a ill and distillery on the Little Antietam River eight miles NE of Hagertown, Maryland." In the 1896 History of Putnam County, Ohio, in the biography of Jacob Crouse Myers, a grandson of John Myers, 1760-1838, it states. "John Myers was married to Mary Dillon, of English ancestry, who had been reared by German Mennonites. After marriage he settled in Washington County, Maryland, and became a very wealthy mill owner and distiller, and very prominent in Public affairs in his county. He was an old-line Whig and during the famous Whisky Rebellion he espoused the cause of the government." The large stone Myers Mill and the stone, two story dwelling house adjacent to the Mill have been restored. The mill is used for other purposes today than for the milling of grain....Between the years 1828 and 1838 nine of John Myers' children, some with families, had emigrated from Washington County, Maryland to Putnam County, Ohio. It was only natural with most of their family settled in Putnam County, Ohio, for John Myers and his wife, Mary Dillon Myers to retire to Putnam County, Ohio, in their old age. John did not live very long after the move to Putnam County but his wife, Mary Dillon Myers, lived until 1857, dying at the age of 90 years.
242. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
243. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
244. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
245. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
246. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
247. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710., Indicates birth date of 9 Aug 1805.
248. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
249. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, undated, Notes on a lineage chart: Michael Myers came from Germany about 1740.
250. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
251. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
252. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 164.
253. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
254. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
255. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, In her working notes, PCK indicates a death date of 1889. Need to reverify information.
256. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1972 - John and Franny Newcomer emigrated from Lancaster Co., PA, to Washington Co., MD in 1797. 1989: The Newcomer Line: [John and Franny] emigrated from near Millersburg, Lancaster Co, PA, in 1797, to the Leitersburg District, Washington Co., MD.
257. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, "The Newcomer Line" "[John and Franny] emigrated from near Millersburg, Lancaster Co., PA, in 1797, to the Leitersburg District., Washington Co., MD."
258. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 40, "The Newcomer Family of Leitersburg: John Newcomer (1747-1824) immigrated to America with his father who died on the Atlantic Ocean and was buried at sea. John settled near Millersville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. In 1797 he and his wife Frany settled on a farm near Leitersburg, Maryland. John and Frany Newcomer were Mennonites and had nine children: Peter, Christian (who served as a minister at Stouffers Church), Mary (wife of Abraham Welty), Elizabeth (wife of Abraham Stouffer, who also served as a minister at Stouffers Church), Frany (wife of Isaac Stoner), Nancy (wife of Christian Hoffman), John, Andrew, and Jacob. (from Herbert C. Bell, History of Leitersburg District, Washington County, Maryland, published by the author, 1898, p 254. See also Will Book C, p. 243; Washington County Court house, Hagerstown, Maryland; will dated July 9, 1824, probated August 11, 1824).
259. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 40.
260. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 164.
261. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 4, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
262. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-Third Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, PA, (H. Ray Haas & Co., Printers, 514 N. Madison Street, Allentown, PA - 1954), 44, BENJAMIN LANDES b. about 1772, d 1856; Weaver. He m. Esther Gayman dau. of Christian and Barbara (Overholt) Gayman. She was b. Aug 2, 1774 and d. Oct 28, 1834. There were 3 sons. Christian and Moses administered their father's estate. Docket #9937, Administrators Book 7, page 338, dated June 5, 1856, Doylestown Register of Wills.
263. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, Info from 12 Mar 1982 notes.
264. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Info from 1990's notes.
265. Gazette Printing House, TEN YEARS IN PUTNAM COUNTY 1890-1900, Under 1890, Mar 28, "A.H. Osborn, bear Bol (sic) Grove, suicided by taking arsenic."
266. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
267. Internet - file g255.
268. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
269. Internet - file g255.
270. Internet - file F3077.
271. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
272. Internet - file g255.
273. Internet - file F3077.
274. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
275. Internet - file g255.
276. Internet - file F3077.
277. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
278. Internet - file g255.
279. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
280. Internet - file g255.
281. Internet - file F3077.
282. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
283. Internet - file g255.
284. Internet - file F3077.
285. Internet - file 10465 - jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
286. Internet - file g255.
287. Internet - file F3077.
288. Internet - file g255.
289. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 12 Mar 1982: "Hans Jacob Rosell, baptized 16 Mar 1727m frin Hefertscheil, Mettmenstetten Parish, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, was on the list of emigrants from Obermettesmetted to PA (Tupelhocken) on 1 May 1743. Between 1754 to 1761 the baptisms of his children are recorded at Trinity Tupelhocken Reformed Church (in present Jackson Twp., Lebanon Co); and in 1757 at Stoucksburg Christ Lutheran Church (present Marion Twp., Bucks Co., PA). On 25 Apr 1762, Jacob Rosell purchased from James Smith of Frederick Co., MD, the 157 acre "Peter's Choice", a part of Stony Grade (near Keedysville, MD., today). His estate, to which he added acreage, was known as "Jacob's Rest". It contained parts of "Stony Glade", "Little Worth", "Hills Dales", and "The Vineyard"."
290. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 20 Jul 1989 - "Verena Waber/Weber was from Evertswil, Hausen Parish, Canton Zurich, Switzerland. Hans Jacob was listed as a schoolmaster at his son's baptism. They were Protestants."
291. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
292. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1972: George Sigler in the 1850 Census for Washington Co., MD, gives his place of origin as Virginia. 1957 notes: There is or could be a Sigler DAR membership. States to check with the Russell girls [Bess and Addie] for more information. 1967: ASC and Susie both indicate there is s strong possibility of DAR ancestry.
293. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 7-21-69, from Susies notes from Aug 1957 trip to Maryland: George B. Sigler's tombstone reads: Geroge B. Sigler / Died / Oct. 3, 1856 / Aged 26 years, 9 mo, 11 days." Per Bible in Annie Gift's possession (1957) Annie and George were married 23 Nov 1848 at the Evengelical Lutheran Church in Waynesboro, PA. John Heck was the pastor. The original marriage certificate is pasted in the back of this Bible. Annie was first-born. As follow-up with Susie, ASC learned that: GBS, at age 26 had his own blacksmith shop, his home paid for and some money left besides. Enough to see her [Peg] through the first winter." (1st winter refers to first winter after GBS's death of typhoid.).
294. CEW, Chuck has good picture of Abraham, Annie and Susie's stone.
295. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 7/10/1980: States that Washington Twp, Paulding Co, Ohio - where AD, AE and Susie Stauffer are buried - is not in Brown Twp, Paulding Co, Ohio. Also states that AD & AE lived the 1st four years of marriage with AD's parents near Smithsburg.
296. Martin, Adam R., "Stouffer Mennonite Church History", Abraham Stouffer... was the son of Bishop John Stouffer. He was ordained as a deacon in 1836 and then to the ministry in 1837. He also preached in German, only.
297. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 40, "...Abraham Stouffer, who also served as a minister at Stouffers Church..."
298. Lehman, David R., Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland and Franklin County, Pennsylvania Conference, (The Publication Board of the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church and Related Areas, 1990), 164, "Abraham Stouffer, Deacon and Minister: Abraham Stouffer (October 27, 1782 - November 27, 1857) was the son of Bishop John Stouffer. On October 14, 1805, he was married to Elizabeth Newcomer (November 28, 1784 - May 21, 1857), who was born near Millersville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, daughter of John and Frany Newcomer. Some time after they were married, they became members of the Menonite Church at Stouffers. Abraham was ordained a deacon for the Stouffers congregation be his father prior to 1836. He was serving as deacon at the same time his father was serving as bishop and John Welty as minister. In 1839, he was ordained to the ministry at Stouffers Mennonite Church. His father had died in 1836. Preacher John Welty had left the Mennonite Church about the same time. Abraham and Elizabeth Stouffer had seven children: John, Christian, Nancy (first wife od Jacob Hoover), Frany (second wife of Jacob Hoover), Mary (wife of Joseph Sheely), Abraham N., and Jacob. Abraham Stouffer and his wife are buried in the Stouffers Mennonite Church Cemetery." (from Mennonite Bishops, Ministers and Deacons, Washington and Franklin Mennonite Historical Committee, 1968, p 21).
299. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
300. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
301. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, In her working notes, PCK indicates a death date of 1889. Need to reverify information.
302. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, The Souffer Mennonite Cem. & Church (in use in 1980) is located in the Ringgold District, 14-1, Washington County, Maryland. John Stouffer, 1746-1836, emingrated from Lancaster County, PA to Washington Co., MD, according to the William History of Washington County, MD. Where John was born I do not know; nor do I know the name of his wife or of his parents. Also the "Record of Menonnite Bishops and Deacons That Served in Washington County, MD" It states that John Stouffer (1746-1836) was the first Mennonite Bishop of Western Maryland. The Stouffer Mennonite Church stands on part of what was the John Stouffer farm. Also book "The Stouffer Mennonite Church History" by Adam R. Martin indicates: John Stouffer, who was born in 1746 in Germany (needs research - ASC).
303. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
304. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, From notes of Aunt Susie in 1967 - she stated that John and AD Stouffer (brothers) were in the same unit in the Civil War.
305. Donald G. Long, 14 Sunrise Point Court, Lake Wylie, SC 29710..
306. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
307. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, In her working notes, PCK indicates a death date of 1889. Need to reverify information.
308. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
309. Wilson, Marilyn Lorna Olsen, Sissa lived at N 12 Tarstad, Tirup, Malmohus according to the Household Examination Toll of 1830-1837. That she is from Halmstad is verified by her marriage entry in the church book for 1814 from the Morman Library microfilm; copy on file. She is further listed as a maid servant.
310. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial Records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich, [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p 257.
311. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Norwich, St. Gregory, transcript of registers 1571-1813, Colman MS-418 (Orig. MF/PR 93 -- microfilm very hard to read). Also on LDS IGI Batch #MO48031, Both single at time of marriage (not widow/widower).
312. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
313. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Baltimore County Register of Wills (MdHR, Annapolis) L.3, F.340, p.339.
314. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net, Burial Records, St. Martin at Palace, Norwich, [Ref: "Guytons Galore" by Helen Guyton Rees, Binford & Mort Publishing, Portland, OR, 1986] p 257.
315. CEW, 2/1999.
316. CEW, Has pic of Daniel and Ruhama, as well as of their tombstone. Tombstone reads: Daniel Candemark, 1835-1912, Ruhama His Wife, 1839-1882. VANDEMARK.
317. CEW, Chuck has pic of tombstone. It reads "Elmer E. / died May 25, 1900 / Aged 41 y 8 m 23 d / Emma O His Wife / 1865 - 1924 / VanDemark."
318. CEW, 2/1999.
319. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, States Curt was born "near Ottawa, O., Feb. 1880."
320. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53.
321. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, "b. near Ottawa, O., Sept., 1882; m. Jan 31, 1903, GEORGE STAUFFER; U. S. Marshal for northern Ohio. Ottawa, O."
322. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, Middle innitial S per ASC notes on 10 Jul 1980.
323. AGW, Grandpa Varner stayed at our home alot during my first years (he died in 1928). I would often sit on his lap, he would tell me stories. Always had pink or white mints (xxx) in his pocket for me. His stories as I remember were seldom about the war. AGW has pic of Fannie circa 1900.
324. CEW, Chuck has wonderful pic of an older Isaiah Varner seated in a chair with the following information: 2 Sep 1861 enlistment for Civil War. Wounded at Shiloh on 6 Apr 1862 in left hip. Returned to duty, wounded in shoulder and captured at the Battle of Atlanta on 22 Jul 1864. Sent to Andersonville prison. Released on 22 Sep 1864 and returned home." CEW also has pics of Isaiah and Fannie in middle-age.
325. Shinn / Archambeault, 1999 - Isaiah Varner was called "Uncle Ise" by nieces and nephews.
326. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, ISAIAH S. VARNER, son of Jacob, b. near Ottawa, O., May 8, 1842; m. Oct 1865, FANNIE LANDIS, b. same place, Mar 7, 1845; d. May 24, 1920, bur. in Cuba Cemetery. He served in the Civil War; now retired farmer, COntinental, O., M.E. Church.
327. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
328. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53.
329. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
330. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, Lists Isaiah as buried at Cuba Cemetery.
331. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
332. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, "He served in teh Civil War; now a retired farmer, Continetnal, O., M. E. Church."
333. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53.
334. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
335. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53, States Curt was born "near Ottawa, O., Feb. 1880."
336. CEW, Pic of stone: Jacob Varner / died Aug 21, 1895 / age 90 y 3 m 26 d / Eliza / wife of / Jacob Varner / died Feb 6, 1892 / aged 77 y 8 m 6 d. There is a quote at the base of this stone but it was illegible on the picture. (Later investigation reveals the quote is: "I have found the shore of everlasting life." LWP 1999).
337. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 10 Jul 1980 - Both buried in the Varner Cemetery (Cuba, Ohio) on part of the original land that Jacob Varner purchased from the goevernment 4 Jul 1833.
338. LMS, Jacob Varner, father of Isaiah, came to Putnam County in 1832. R. Lucas, governor of Ohio signed Jacob Varner's deed - 1833.
339. Shinn / Archambeault, 1999 - "Originally a democrat, joined the abolition party in 1856 and later became a Republican." 1999 - "Came to Putnam County in 1832 with three brothers. He settled in Putnam County where there was good spring water, and the land was swampy and heavily timbered.... My mom passed on the legend told her by her mother when she, Lillie Mae, was in her 90s, that Jacob stole Eliza, pulling her out a window, taking her downriver to a JP and marrying her."
340. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49.
341. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 51, JACOB VARNER, son of John, b. near Luray, Page Co., Va., May 26, 1805; d. Aug 21, 1895; m. ELIZA GUYTON, b. at Hagerstown, Md., Apr 24, 1814; d. Feb 6, 1892; both bur. in the Varner Cemetery near Ottawa, Putnam Co., O. where they settled in early married life on a tract of land that was then swampy and heavily timbered; plenty of wild game, but scarcely anything else except a wilderness everywhere; later in life they had everything in abundance. Mr. Varner was a prominent farmer, a good citizen, a member of the Dunkard Church. Children all b. Putnam Co.
342. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Note that Shenandoah County became Page Co in 1830.
343. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 21, Jacob Varner, son of John, b. near Luray, Page Co., Va, May 26, 1805; d Aug 21, 1895; m Eliza Guyton, b. at Hagerstown, Md., Apr 24, 1814; d. Feb 6., 1892; both buried in the Varner Cemetery near Ottawa, Putnam County, O., where they settled in early married life on a tract of land that was then swampy and heavily timbered; plenty of wild game but scarcely anything else except a wilderness everywhere; later in life they had everything in abundance. Mr. Varner was a prominent farmer, a good citizen, a member of the Dunkard Church. Children all b. Putnam Co. (goes on to list children).
344. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
345. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Vol A-18. Marriage 1838 - recorded Volume A, p 18, Probate Ct Office Marriage Records - Ottawa, Putnam County, OH.
346. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
347. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
348. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Listed only farmer, but I had originally had farmer and distiller listed... need to find source.
349. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 51.
350. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Greensburg Twp Putnam County OH - Land - 1833 July 4 from State of Ohio to JACOB VARNER OF VIRGINIA - East 1/2 S 18 T1, R6E, 96.40 a., $120.50. (Deed recorded 1886, Dec 16) Asa Varner had his father's homestead - then Asa's son Byron Varner - circa mid-1980s. Byron's second wife was a Mrs. Slotman and she was living on the farm.
351. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Vol A-18. Marriage 1838 - recorded Volume A, p 18, Probate Ct Office Marriage Records - Ottawa, Putnam County, OH.
352. Carlene R. Johnson, 50 Mallard Circle, Hackettstown, NJ, 07840-2836, e-mail: carlejohn@worldnet.att.net.
353. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
354. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 53.
355. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
356. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48-49, JOHN VARNER, son of Philip and Barbara (Hottel) Varner, b. near Luray, Page Co., Va, Oct 29, 1857; d. Dec 1875; m. BARBARA BURNER, b. near Woodstock, Va.; d. Aug 29, 1870; both entombed in family cemetery on their farm near Luray. Were farmers and Primitive Baptists. Twelve children were the fruits of this union, among them were two sets of twins; two died in childhood; parents and children endured the privations of pioneer life.
357. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49, Shenandoah / Page Co.
358. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49.
359. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, Note that Shenandoah County became Page Co in 1830.
360. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 21, Jacob Varner, son of John, b. near Luray, Page Co., Va, May 26, 1805; d Aug 21, 1895; m Eliza Guyton, b. at Hagerstown, Md., Apr 24, 1814; d. Feb 6., 1892; both buried in the Varner Cemetery near Ottawa, Putnam County, O., where they settled in early married life on a tract of land that was then swampy and heavily timbered; plenty of wild game but scarcely anything else except a wilderness everywhere; later in life they had everything in abundance. Mr. Varner was a prominent farmer, a good citizen, a member of the Dunkard Church. Children all b. Putnam Co. (goes on to list children).
361. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK.
362. Patricia Carroll Koch, 2001 Lakewood Avenue, Lima, OH 45805-3143, PCK, 1989/1992/1996 - Arrived 1836 in Putnam County. J. Michael age 59 - farmer; Ferronika age 51; John, age 27; Jacob, age 23; Peter, age 21; Veronika, age 21; Margareda, age 19; Michael, age 19; J. Adam, age 13. Two other Fenders have been found in Putnam County: Dolly Fender m. Theodore Bole in 1842, and Ann Fenders m Francis Keisler.
363. Henry County History, 1905, 973, "The Fender and Boley/Boli families traveled together..."came from Germany...and settled near each other in Putnam County."
364. Federal Census, 1840 - Ottawa Township - Michael. Total of 11 in household. 1 M age 10-15; 1 M age 15-20; 3 M age 20-30; 1 m age 60-70; 4 f age 15-20, 1 f age 50-60.
365. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50, MF who was "b. Feb. 13, 1817 in Germany."
366. Edited by Dorothy K. Landis, Report of the Thirty-First Reunion of the Landis-Landes Families, Held at Perkasie Park, Perkasie, Bucks County, Penna., (Times Publishing Co., Bethlehem, Penna.; c 1950), 50.
367. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 29 Sept 1971, NOTE - William Varner Cemetery -- Greensburg Twp., No-72 After great Grandfather Abraham G. Landis died, his widow, Margareda Vender Landis, married John P. Simon, a widower with seven children. John P. Simon's farm later was inherited by his daughter, Annie Simon, who married William Varner, brother of Isaiah Varner. On this farm in now located the William Varner Cemetery, a well-kept cemetery. When my great Grandmother, Margareda Vender Landis Simon died, Sept. 9, 1872, her husband, John P. Simon, burried (sic) her in an unmarked grave, on his farm, about a quarter mile from the house, along the Blanchard River. She was not burried (sic) on what is now the William Varner Cemetery, which was on J.P. Simon's land. My aunt, Margaret Varner, born 1866, died 1961, pointed out the site of the burial place to me, of her grandmother and of my great Grandmother.
368. Koch, Patricia - Notes, Re: Christening record: This record has some interesting items worth explaining seperately. The Godmother was the born child's grandmotyher, a very unusual occurancce. I had never seen this before in any record. This record mentions Holy Thursday also known as Maundy Thursday. Again, this is unusual in that I have only come across this one time before. They list the Godmother's maiden nam. It seems today that many people wouldn't know their grandmother's maiden name! The word Enklarung was one word here I couldn't translate literally. Ther German word Enk means grand as in grandmother or grandchild. Perhaps this word means grandmother since she was the Godmother. The grandmother whowas the Godmother apparently couldn't write since her signature is just three crossese. The ditto marks under the Godmother's marks are probably the concurrance of the minister since his abbreviated signature follows. "To Amerika" was written in the left column sometime before she departed for America.
369. Evangelishe Kirche Frankisch Crumbach, Hessen, Germany (Kr. Dieburg), Kirchenbuch 1637-1875, LDS Film 1190573, (Translated by Sam Schmitz of Celina, OH): 1829, April No, 19 Anna Margaretha Vogel. To America. In (the) year (of) Christ eighteen hundred nine and twenty (29), Tuesday the fourteenth of April, in the middle of the day areoun eleven thirty o'clock occurred according to (a) presented credible and plausible announcement the Johann Adam Vogel, local member of the city from here, (and) from his married wife Anna Maria, she (was) born Dorr, the first child, a daughter, born whichever Thursday the sixteenth (of) the above mentioned month on Holy and/or Maundy Thursday was christened. She was given the name Anna Margrertha Godmother was the Father's mother, Anna Margaretha Vogel, (wife of) the deceased Johann Georg Vogel, local established member of the city and merchantman from here, the surviving and bereaved widow, one born Wolf, present and current Protocoll together and along with the father, and we, the minister of the performed christening, the undersigned, and with the Enlarung, that she one (has or had) written (unreadable) signatures have (written below). T. C. W. Cillarins. Adam Vogel. + + + Handmark (of) the Godmother. T. Cillarins.
370. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
371. Audrey S. Carroll, ASC, Notes, 1972 - Adam and Margaretta (Derr) Vogel arrived at Port of Baltimore, June 1833 from Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. Their children, including our great-grandmother, Anna Maria Vogel Sigler were born in Germany House in Smithsburg, Washington County, MD, was hit by a cannonball during the Civil War as Lee was retreating from Gettysburg, PA.
372. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
373. Evangelishe Kirche Frankisch Crumbach, Hessen, Germany (Kr. Dieburg), Kirchenbuch 1637-1875, LDS Film #1190575, (Translation by Sam Schmitz of Celina, Ohio, 1999) 1828 October, No. 1 (?) Johann Adam Vogel and Anna Maria Dorr, page 199: The (the) year (of) Christ, eighteen hundred eight and twenty (28), Tuesday the seventh (of) October occurred: (He) gave away himself both with (unreadable) against the sixth commandment (an) event and happening without Proclimation, (a) marriage and presented Johann Adam Vogel, (son of) the deceased Johann Georg Vogel, (a) local established member of the city and merchantman from here, and his second wife Anna Margaretha, she (was) born Wolf, (their) surviving and left-behind certificated legitimate son, (unreadable) local member of the city from here, born eighteen hundred and six (1806), and Anna Maria Dorr, (daughter of) the Johann Adam Dorr, local member of the city from here and his deceased wife Anna Margaretha, she (was) born Bock, (their) second legitimate daughter born seventeen hundred and eight and ninety (98). Witnesses were: 1.) Johann Adam Dorr, the old father (of) the bride. 2:) Johann Georg Vogel, local member of the city and merchantman from here, the old stepbrother (of) the groom. Which (this) event and happening (according to) present and current Protocoll along with we, the Minister of the marriage performed, signatures (we) have. T. C. W. Cillarins. Adam Dorr. Georg Vogel.
374. Koch, Patricia - Notes, Re: Christening record: This record has some interesting items worth explaining seperately. The Godmother was the born child's grandmotyher, a very unusual occurancce. I had never seen this before in any record. This record mentions Holy Thursday also known as Maundy Thursday. Again, this is unusual in that I have only come across this one time before. They list the Godmother's maiden nam. It seems today that many people wouldn't know their grandmother's maiden name! The word Enklarung was one word here I couldn't translate literally. Ther German word Enk means grand as in grandmother or grandchild. Perhaps this word means grandmother since she was the Godmother. The grandmother whowas the Godmother apparently couldn't write since her signature is just three crossese. The ditto marks under the Godmother's marks are probably the concurrance of the minister since his abbreviated signature follows. "To Amerika" was written in the left column sometime before she departed for America.
375. Evangelishe Kirche Frankisch Crumbach, Hessen, Germany (Kr. Dieburg), Kirchenbuch 1637-1875, LDS Film 1190573, (Translated by Sam Schmitz of Celina, OH): 1829, April No, 19 Anna Margaretha Vogel. To America. In (the) year (of) Christ eighteen hundred nine and twenty (29), Tuesday the fourteenth of April, in the middle of the day areoun eleven thirty o'clock occurred according to (a) presented credible and plausible announcement the Johann Adam Vogel, local member of the city from here, (and) from his married wife Anna Maria, she (was) born Dorr, the first child, a daughter, born whichever Thursday the sixteenth (of) the above mentioned month on Holy and/or Maundy Thursday was christened. She was given the name Anna Margrertha Godmother was the Father's mother, Anna Margaretha Vogel, (wife of) the deceased Johann Georg Vogel, local established member of the city and merchantman from here, the surviving and bereaved widow, one born Wolf, present and current Protocoll together and along with the father, and we, the minister of the performed christening, the undersigned, and with the Enlarung, that she one (has or had) written (unreadable) signatures have (written below). T. C. W. Cillarins. Adam Vogel. + + + Handmark (of) the Godmother. T. Cillarins.
376. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
377. Wakeman, David, See GenForum Post by David Wakeman on 13 July 1998 in reply to "WAKEMAN 1600s Bewdley, England" posted by L.S. Peck on 12 July 1998. Printed out and in file.
378. CEW, CEW has pics of graveyard - Phillip Varner and wife Barbara Hottel Varner. Also Phillip's brother David Varner and his wife Barbara. Luray, Page Co., VA. David - b. 3 Jan 17_2, d. 11 Apr 1872 aged 90 y 3 m 11 d. Barbara (w/o David) d. 5 Dec 1857 in the 68th year of her age.
379. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 48.
380. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49, Shenandoah / Page Co.
381. Huddle, Huddle and Huddle, HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL (Immigrant from Switzerland to America), (Hottel-Keller Memorial Incorporated, Toms Brook, VA. C. 1930 by Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc, Strasburg, VA. Reprinted with permission Harrisonburg, VA 1982.), 49.
382. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
383. CEW, 2/1999 - Chuck has pic of CB and Margaret with Eleanor and Charles. Also has pic of CB and Margaret coming through door at Main St house in Ottawa. His tombstone pic reads: WILSON / Chalres B 1899-1979 / Margaret 1901-1962.
384. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 3 Sep, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.121589.168
385. Wilson, Robert, George B. McClellan (Mack) was born on 6 Dec 1871. When Randle registered the birth, he gave him the nam McCloud, a proud Scottish name. In 1880, he went by the name Mack. It is not known when he took up the name George B. McClellan, which was the name of a famous Civil War genreal. However, when he married Parthena Ann Ferrell in Putnam County on 3 Oct 1895, the record of marriage has the initials "G.B.". They had 7 children..."
386. REW, Some Wilsons were members of the Clan Gunn (around Melvich and Dounrey). Clan came from Norway before 1000 AD. Followed traditional Scandinavian naming patterns.
387. REW, WLW Was the first of the Wilsons in America to own land. Also brother Robert. Appears to have migrated to OH in 1790-1800. WLW's father witnessed the will of William Lowry - relation?
388. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
389. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
390. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
391. Internet - file g6147 - dwarren4@pdq.net.
392. Internet - file g636 - sjones@redrock.net.
393. Koch, Patricia - Notes.
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