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Julie Myers Stephen (#47151862)
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Bio Photo Searching Surnames: Allshouse, Beebe, Button, Eddy, Glasson, Hartzell, Huddy, Klingensmith, Kovanen, Mattson, Metzler, Myers, Nowodworski, Ritchie, Shunk, Stephen, Stitzell, Tepsa, Wawrzyniak, Williams, Worzniak, Wozniak.
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sally baird
RE: Capt John E. Michener
no problem, glad to do it for you.........
Added by sally baird on Oct 06, 2014 6:02 PM
Lorraine Smith Bell
RE: Chapin's
Thank you, I will! It's so frustrating at times when you hit brick walls and are so far away in distance from that brick wall. I wish in so many ways to be back home in New York! So glad for the transfers :)
Added by Lorraine Smith Bell on Sep 06, 2014 1:31 PM
Lorraine Smith Bell
Chapin's
Thank you so much for all the transfers. I am thrilled! Your work has helped me find a dead end with this my Chapin family- thriled to be able to link us all up!
Added by Lorraine Smith Bell on Sep 04, 2014 10:03 PM
jdean
RE: Snyder family
Julie,

If you want, I can transfer the information you have onto my memorial. Let me know so I can transfer the information before you delete anything. From the records I've found, Frank, Stephen & siblings biological dad is a Nick Snyder. Their mother Josephine (Soufflet) Snyder died just a few short years after their brother Clarence, leaving all the children motherless and they were eventually adopted by other families. I didn't realize that Frank and Stephen were married to the same Elizabeth Lahr. Their sister Esther was married to a man named Warren Stanton whom had previously been their Uncle. It's so weird! I've never found what became of Nicholas Snyder but if you come across any pictures of any of Josephine's children, I'd love to see them! It's so great to come across someone researching Josephine's family as I don't have a whole lot of information on Frank, Stephen/Stevenson or Esther!

Thank you!

Julie Dean
Wood County, Ohio
Added by jdean on Jul 14, 2014 7:02 PM
H M G
RE: Frank M. LeClere
Very interesting, thank you. Hallie Hobbs LeClere and Frank raised my mother. She was the daughter of Horace Hobbs who was Hallie LeClere's twin brother. My grandmother died when my mother was 18 months old and she went to live with Uncle Frank and "Nonnie", as Hallie LeClere was called.

I knew Louis was born in Pennsylvania, but my sources show it was in 1836. I also knew his wife was Sarah, but didn't know where she was buried. There is a Sarah LeClere buried in Confederate Cemetery in Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas, but I was not (and am still not) sure that is the right Sarah. I know Louis is there in an unmarked grave with the rest of the family (Hallie Hobbs LeClere and Frank and their son Lauryn and his wife, plus both my parents and my sister).

I'll pass this on to my cousins who are the daughters of Lauryn LeClere (Frank and Hallie's only child). I'm sure they will be interested as well.

Again, thanks for the information!! Brick walls are falling!! Hooray!!
Added by H M G on Mar 01, 2013 4:36 PM
Debbie Hodge
Thomas Huddy
Thomas Huddy, John Huddy, and James Huddy were brothers. Their parents were Henry Huddy and Mary Luke.
Added by Debbie Hodge on Dec 26, 2012 5:02 PM
Rubbings
RE: John Harmony
Transcription of original Franklin County, Pennsylvania will of John Harmon. Original spelling and capitalization intact.[Editor's Note: Bracketed text is missing from the original will due to crumbling of the original paper, but text from the willbook copy is included for ease of reading.]Last Will and Testament of John HarmanIn the Name of God Amen John Harman of Guilford Township in the County of Franklin and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania yeoman being weak in body but of sound disposing mind memory and understanding thanks be to god for the same, and calling to mind the mortality of life and that it is appointed for all men to die, Do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner following (to wit) My will is and I do order and direct that all my just debts and funeral expences be paid by my Executors herein after named as soon as conveniently may be after my decease and as touching my worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased the Lord to Bless me with in this world I give and dispose of in manner following (to wit).My will is and I give and Bequeath to my Beloved wife Christina during her natural life the Eastern half of my Dwelling house, and twenty feet square of my Garden also as much of my household and Kitchen furniture as she may require and one cow, my will is and I order and Direct that my three sons namely Adam, Peter & John deliver yearly and every year to my wife Christina jointly ten Bushels of Wheat [Six bushels of Rye, six] Bushels of Indian corn two Barrels of Cyder six pounds of Flax eighty pounds of Pork forty five pounds of Beef and six pounds in good & Lawfull money of Pennsylvania, The wood to be ready cut and delivered at her Doore the Cow to be jointly kept in foder and to be kept in the small stable on the Plantation hereafter Bequeathed to my son John and to be fed and milk'd by my son John & family. I also give her the Choise of four aple Trees yearly during her Life on the afd. Plantation my will further is that my three sons afd. Deliver to my wife aforesd. yearly as many Potatoes & Turnips as she may require for her use -- and my will is that all the outstanding Debts is to be for the use of my wife Christina.Item my will is and I give and Bequeath to my son Adam Harmon his heirs and assigns forever the plantation whereon he now lives (Subject to the Bequests made, and hereafter to be made) Adjoining Land of Edward Crawford Esq., Peter Snider, Peter Harmon & others Containing two hundred and Twenty Acres; Item my will is and I give and Bequeath to my son Peter Harmon his heirs and assigns forever the plantation whereon he now Lives (Subject to the Bequests made and hereafter to be made) adjoining Lands of Edward Parker, Adam George & John Harmon plantation hereafter Bequeathed Containing two hundred & Twenty acres; Item I give and Bequeath to my son John Harmon his heirs and assigns the plantation whereon him and me now live (Subject to the Bequests made and hereafter to be made) Adjoining Lands of Peter Harmon aforesd., Anthony Snider, Adam Stump & Clark Containing two hundred and Twenty Acres (Agreeable to the Survey made by the Surveyor of the Difrent Tracts of Land according to which I allow each of my sons to Enjoy and hold the same. It is my will that my son John Harmon is not to stop or hinder my other two sons from the privilidge of the Water or to turn it from them, which is running through his Lands but the[y] are to Enjoy an equal privilidge of the same for their use to them and their heirs and assigns forever, further my will is that the midle fence between my son Peter & John at the meadows is jointly to be kept up, and my will is that my son Peter is to be allowed a Road Through Adams Lands to go round the present field of Adams to the great Road.Item I give and Bequeath to my Daughter Susanna Intermarried to Simon Shunk the sum of Two hundred pounds and to my Daughter Anna Mariah Intermarried to Adam Cook the Sum of two hundred pounds, and to my Daughter Magdalena Intermarried formerly to ____ C[oon] the sum of Two hundred pounds, and to my Daughter Catharine Intermarried to Baltzer Coons the sum of two hundred pounds, and to my Daughter Christina Intermarried to Henry Stemple the sum of Two hundred pounds, all which several sums of money to be in Gold or Silver Lawful money of Pennsylvania to be paid by my three sons to wit Adam, Peter & John. It is my will and I order and direct that my son Adam pay the sum of three hundred and fifty pounds out of his Plantation towards the afd. Legacies, and my son Peter to pay the sum of two hundred and twenty five pounds out of the plantation Bequeathed him toward the Legacies, and my son John to pay the sum of three hundred and seventy five pounds out of the plantation Bequeathed him toward the Legacies, and my will is and I order and direct that one year after my decease that my three sons afd. Adam, Peter and John, pay the sum of one hundred and Twenty five pounds to my five Daughters aforesd. for each to pay in proportion to their several farms which each of them have to pay, and from thence yearly the sum of one hundred and Twenty five pounds until the afd. Legacies be fully paid.And Lastly I nominate and appoint my three sons Adam, Peter and John Harmon Executors to this my last will and Testament disanulling all former Wills and Bequests by me heretofore made and allowing this to be my Last will & Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this __ day of January one thousand eight hundred and one.John "his X mark" Harmon {Seal}Signed Sealed and pronouncedto be my last will & Testamentin the presence of usChristian WolffGeo. [Hitich?]On the 21 Feby. 1801 Christian Wolf & Geo. [Hetich?] the witnesses to the foregoing writing appeared before me the Subscriber Register for the probate of wills & granting Letters of Admr. for Franklin County & on their solemn oaths did depose & say that they were present & saw & heard John Harmon aforesaid now decd. make [his mark unto and seal & publish the foregoing writing as & for his last will & Testament and that at the time] of doing thereof he the said John was of sound and disposing mind memory & understanding to the best of their knowledge and belief & that their names signed thereto is of their own hand writing done at the same time.Christian WolffGeo. HitichSworn & Subscribed before,Edw. Crawford Regr.
Added by Rubbings on Nov 09, 2012 4:54 PM
Christine Smith
Henry Allshouse
Great job on the memorial for Henry Allshouse. Thank you.
Added by Christine Smith on Jun 20, 2012 6:10 PM
Suzanne Watkins
RE: McKenna family
would you happen to be on Ancestry? I have more than just census records for the McKenna line (I even have William's signature). William's parents are Cornelius and Harriet Ann (Phillips) McKenna which I have listed on here. William was also married to a Malissa and finally to Sadie Louella Davis

William had an older brother, Davenport, which is my gr-gr grandfather.

My email is suzannerwatkins@gmail.com...if your not on Ancestry, I can fill in a lot of blanks on the McKenna older line and send documents. I have Leland listed but haven't gone further with him (i.e. wife and children).
Added by Suzanne Watkins on Mar 20, 2012 6:19 AM
Caral
RE: Catherine Coder Mechling
Hi, You're welcome. We're still not sure exactly where Catherine's bur -- family stories indicate w/husb Philip... prob no stone remains for either, they'd be well over 150 yrs old... hope to locate church records...?? cmb
Added by Caral on Feb 04, 2012 10:17 AM
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