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Mike Hahn (#46770538)
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Bio Photo I have concentrated extensively in Franklin/ Adams counties Pennsylvania and Frederick/Washington counties in Maryland. Brown as well as Conrad; Royer; McClain; Law; Harbaugh; Hauver; Fox; Nichols; Wolfe; Pryor; Willard; Gordon; McGlaughlin; Flautt; Miller; Smith; Buhrman; Manahan; Stoops; Delosier; Elder; Sturdevant; and many more.


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Del Groves
Bettie Summers #10528522
Hi Mike,

You submitted an edit for middle name 'Benter'. Can you provide a source?
Added by Del Groves on Jul 01, 2016 7:58 AM
Allison Sachs Smith
Socks/Sachs family of PA and Baltimore
Hello and thank you for all of your additions to Find A Grave! Do you happen to know anyone researching the Socks/Sachs families of Adams and Franklin County? I believe they came to the United States through Baltimore and some of them remained there while others went north.
Added by Allison Sachs Smith on Jun 24, 2016 7:34 PM
Valarie Vine
George Harbaugh (1747- )
Since George Harbaugh (1747 -) had not been added (to findagrave), I added a memorial and the information I just sent to you. I do not have his date of death or where he was buried. Connected him to his wife Elizabeth. Happy to transfer to you if you want to maintain the memorial and perhaps do further research.
Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 14, 2015 5:08 PM
Valarie Vine
George Harbaugh (1747- ? )
The eldest son of George Harbaugh, he was also known as John George Harbaugh (born 8/11/1747-date unknown of death). He married Elizabeth Binchele (or Binkele). her dates: 12/19/1749-1/23/1780.

Information from "Harbaugh History" (Page 148)as follows:

*All these data from the Graceham Church records in the York Hist. Society from which we quote the following verbatim -

John George, eldest son of George and Catherine (Williar) Harbaugh married first Nov. 27, 1770, Elizabeth Benkele. He body was brought through the deep snow on a sled to the church for burial.

There were 5 children listed born to this couple (George Jr. 1771- ); Jacob (1773-1850); Elizabeth 1775-1855; John (1778-1854); and Infant daughter (1/10/1780-1/10/1780). Elizabeth buried her infant daughter in the garden the same day herself. Elizabeth died 13 days after her infant daughter.

Additional note about George Harbaugh (1747- ) ----"He lived for some time on the old homestead. Afterwards he removed to Bedford Co., PA and on one occasion, coming to the Valley on a visit, he took sick and died on his way home."

He had a second wife Marie Barbara by whom he had five children. If you want these names, let me know.

Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 14, 2015 4:37 PM
Valarie Vine
George Harbaugh (1726-1787)
My only reference is the "Harbaugh History" - Page 148 only references his wife Catharina Williard (Bender) whom he married in 1746 at which time he was 20 years old.
Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 14, 2015 4:13 PM
Valarie Vine
Yost Harbaugh (ancestry)
Hope all is well with you!

Re: your question about where the immigrant Yost Harbaugh came from in Europe. Page 400 of the "Harbaugh History" states: "In his 1856 Annals Rev. Henry Harbaugh thought that his ancestor came to America in 1736 from Switzerland. There is a record in the York Historical Society showing he was born in Kaiserslautern, Germany. We had reported to us from Kansas that Yost went to Switzerland about 1720 and from there to Philadelphia. We have never located an immigration record , nor the name of his father."

I believe Yost came from Germany and that the Switzerland connection continues to pop up because of the Rev. Henry Harbaugh book. I noticed a plaque added to Yost Harbaugh's memorial referencing Switzerland (the plaque was placed there in 1930).
Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 13, 2015 6:52 PM
Larry H.
Just want to leave you an "Atta Boy" for all your work on F.A.G. The various updates, additions and links you provide have given me an excellent source of information for me and my wife's personal hard copy family history files as well as for my Ancestry Tree. Keep Up The Good Work!!! Your cuz
Added by Larry H. on Oct 08, 2015 10:11 AM
Ted DeLozier
Mike, have you any information or links to Edward Henry DeLozier sr..In our history he was born in Maryland and was somehow linked to a Daniel DeLozier, but we are short on information before Edward Henry, Sr...Thanks in advance for any information you might be able to share...
Added by Ted DeLozier on Sep 29, 2015 1:17 PM
Carlene Steel
Elizabeth Wolf & Eliz. Wolf
Hi Mike,
I'm hoping you have the info to figure out which one is which. LOL
I had the dates of the Elizabeth (Middlekauff) who was m. to John Wolf as being b. in 1795 & d. in 1823.
Now, in finding John's Find A Grave it took me to Elizabeth Wolf, b. 1785 d. 1853. So, this Eliz. is Mary Eliz. Middlekauff?
I also have Eliz. Zuck Wolfe (1782-1834) who m. Jacob Rowland which has me wondering about the dates & the one Eliz. above.
To make things more confusing, they seemed to use the "e" on Wolf sometimes, but not all the time.
Do your notes/cemetery notes have any clarification on the 2 Elizabeths?
Hope all is well with you & yours.
Added by Carlene Steel on Sep 07, 2015 12:14 PM
Jack Novicki
Conrad W Stultz son of Nicholas Stultz (?)
Hi Mike:
I have been searching for 15 years for a documented link to the relationship between Conrad W Stultz and Nicholas and Catharine Stultz and have found none. I noticed that you have Conrad W Stultz listed on Nicholas’ memorial and a son. I “believe” that he is his son but have no proof. If you have any information that shows that Conrad is Nicholas’s son I would be most grateful for that information.
Regards, Jack Novicki
Added by Jack Novicki on Aug 15, 2015 2:42 PM
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