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101 Carcinoma of Urinary/Bladder Toomey, Hattie Spangler (I549)
 
102 Certificate Number:
Bride Name: SUTTON WINIFRED A
Bride Town/State: MT VERNON, NY
Groom Name: POOR CHARLES B
Groom Town/State: AUGUSTA, ME
Date of Marriage: Saturday May 27, 1933



found at Me. stae marr. archives 
SUTTON, WINIFRED ALMA (I80)
 
103 Certificate of removal from Chester Meeting to the Goshen Meeting on June4, 1727

from his will:
MASSEY, THOMAS. Willistown. November 1, 1782. November 10, 1784.

Provides for wife Sarah. To son Levi part of the plantation I now live oncontaining 18.4 acres, also another lot of the same containing 5 acresand 6 perches, also remainder of tract given to son Isaac containing near15 acres. To son Thomas all remainder of plantation I live on, paying £25to son Levi. To daughter Phebe Miller £5. To daughter Mary Richardson£10, which I paid for her before she went to Virginia and £5 in additionand my riding chair. To son Isaac £3. To son Joseph £5 and desk. To eachof my daughter Sarah Jacob's children, to daughter Hannah Heacock'schildren, to my daughter Esther Lewis' children 20 shillings each. Toson-in-law Israel Jacobs £3. Executors: Sons Isaac and Thomas. Letters toIsaac, the other being deceased. Wit: Nathaniel Grubb, Daniel Smedley,Abraham Vernon. 
MASSEY, THOMAS (I1602)
 
104 Christianna in 1900
Christine in WRJ screed
Christiana in 1910 
Jenkins, Christiana (I1147)
 
105 Chronic Diffuse Nephritis DUNLOP, HELENA G. (I1073)
 
106 Chronic Myocarditis FINK, Johannes (John) (I555)
 
107 Clarence E. Quay usually referred to as Clarence Elwood Quay, Sr., but inhis own obituary he is listed as Clarence Evan Quay. Quay, Clarence Elwood (I2216)
 
108 coached football, basketball and basebal at Wyoming Seminary. Athleticdirector in 1927 and head of the business school in 1941. Quay, Earnest Erwin (I2132)
 
109 Comments: Hello, my grandmother was a Quay (Sara Elizabeth Quay b. 1909d. 1989) and I've recently been doing some research on the family treewhen I ran into your website. I have two corrections for you. You listMame K. Quay as being a daughter of George Maxwell Quay and Sarah A.Ulrich, when she actually wasn't. Mame K. was Mame Keenan before marryingtheir son Erwin Maxwell Quay. She moved in with George Maxwell afterErwin died in 1918 of a disease in Bethlehem, Pa. What most likelyhappened in the record was that they didn't record "daughter-in-law" andput daughter down instead, and yes Erwin is spelled with an E (he hatedthe name and preferred to go by Maxwell, initialing his first name tojust E.).

Chaz Andrews
andrch02@gettysburg.edu

checks out with census

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found him finally in 1910 census, under Orvan M. Andy!! Phily ward 40 -With wife Mame and daughter Sarah E. - it's them 
Quay, Erwin Maxwell (I2472)
 
110 Comments: Jospeh Sutton (1630-95) was living in Hemstead Long Island in 1675. I own a 1675 document from there where he signs as a witness.
Chris Wilson
wilsonfive@cox.net
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According to a manuscript written by Dick Lander, North Castle, NYHistorian, called "Sutton," dated 1988 and found in the Sutton FamilyGenealogy File at the Westchester County Historical Society, Feb. 2002,Joseph Sutton was born in Lincolnshire, England about 1630, removed toMasschusetts, then to Connecticut and eventually to South Hampton, LongIsland where he was living in 1663. He later moved to Hempstead where hedied about 1695. Lander provides no sources for this information.

According to Grenville C. Mackenzie, "Families of the Colonial Town ofPhilipsburgh, Vol. 2," Westport, CT: 1966, pg. 665, Joseph Sutton removedfrom Massachusetts to South Hampton, Long Island. In 1663, he sold landat South Hampton and removed to Hempstead where he was the town clerk in1667. 
SUTTON, JOSEPH (I1301)
 
111 Consumption Poor, Cora Vesta (I202)
 
112 contact Jane Tramel for the one that Loretta forgot SWANN, Sister (I1003)
 
113 Could be Sophia Mathias daughter of John Henry Mathias Schurle, Sophia Magdalena (I610)
 
114 couldn't find her in 1930 Rugh, Margie (I1759)
 
115 couldn't find him in 1910 or 1920 or WW1 draft reg. Welcome, Adam (I1675)
 
116 couldn't find him in 1930 Rugh, Jessie W. (I1752)
 
117 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I184)
 
118 Daniel was a mason.

At some time during the period of the Civil War, Bushwhackers came toDaniel Lyda's house with the intention of killing him. The Bushwhackershad their heads covered to protect their identity. However, Danielrecognized the voices of some of the men and called them by name. SinceDaniel's family was in the room and had heard Daniel call them by name,the Bushwhackers left without harming him. The daughter, Emily relatedthis to her family many times as I am sure Alice and Katherine did also.

The Lydas raised sheep and would shear them for wool to weave blanketsand garments for the family. At this time there are four Lydagreat-granddaughters, Virginia Geer Austin, Lyda Hays Martin Briggs,Rubye Officer Brogden and Martha Stewart Geyer. Each of them has a smallpiece of one of those blankets made from sheep on Daniel Lyda's farm.These small pieces of natural colored wool with a deep red stripe aretreasured items. Bark or berries were used to make the red dye. VirginiaGeer Austin also has a quilt that Amanda Meek Lyda had when she startedhousekeeping in 1851.

All from Heritageof White County 1806-1999 Lyda family, #855 
LYDA, DANIEL (I1447)
 
119 date is a guess Weltkam, Benjamin (I993)
 
120 dates possibly 1839 from christine Dice

odd that she is not listed on the 1850 census with all the otherchildren. Fettrow geno states that she died on her 13th birthday, butmaybe she died before? 
Welcomer, Mary (I6)
 
121 Daughter of Jonathan of Pawling, named in his will of 12 July 1786 as"daughter Phebe Suttan." Dismissed from Ninepartners Monthly Meeting toPurchase 14 Aug. 1782. Husted, Phebe Heustis (I1324)
 
122 Dauphin County, PA
Londonderry Township
Geyer's Hillsdale
Cemetery Listings
Wa through Wz

looks like he and lots of relatives are buried here
http://home.att.net/~charliefies/GeyerWaWz.html 
Welcomer, Joseph (I16)
 
123 David Hilton
Born: 11 Feb 1725, Armagh, Ireland
Marriage: Elisabeth Eib 6 Dec 1747, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA 1
Died: After 1770, Lancaster Co., PA

General Notes:

I have made the assumption that Edward's Son is this David based on:

1) Edward's Will lists two grand children Elisabeth and Edward, both ofwhom are names of David's older children, althought why he would notbequeath anything to the oldest son, I don't know, althought the secondson is named after him and the older son may have died or no longer beenliving at home.

2) Both Hilton's were located in Warwick Twp.

Lancaster County Deed A-3-348
David Hilton
to
Christian Lambach

KNOW ALL MEN by these present that I david
Hilton of Warwick Township and County of Lancaster and Province ofPennsylvania Yeoman for and in Consideration of One hundred an thirtyPounds payd to me in Hand and secured to be payd by the Hand of ChristianLambagh of the same Place do hereby sell and make over unto saidChristian Lambagh a certain Tract or Piece of Land or Improvement situateand leying in the Township of Warwick an County and Provance aforesaidadjoining John Longenacer + Christian Fredreick and I do by thesePresents release relinquish and forever quit Claim Rights + Title to saidLands and Profess unto Christian Lambagh Together with all Rights andPropertys thereunto belonging with all Buildings Houses Barns Stables andOut houses Orchards Fenses Swamps Medews Waters and Water Corses Woodsand underwoods It being surveyed to Andrew Eip on Warrant bearing DateJanuary the 7, 1749. I do hereby transfer said Lands + Premises unto thesaid Christian Lambagh and to his Heirs and assigns forever. To have andto hold and to his or thier proper use. I do warrt nd defend saidPremises from all Persons whatsoever laying Rights or Title thereunto theHonorable Propetors only exepted. As Witness my Hand and Seal this firstDay of February One thousand
Seven hundred and sixty four it being made over the me the fifth Day ofNovember one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven.
DAVID HILTON {Seal}
Signed Sealed + delivered in Presents of us. {Peter Huber} {Johann Grosh}
Lancaster County. ss Before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of theCourt of Common Pleas for said County personally appeared Peter Huber oneof the Subscribing Witnesses to thewithin Instrument of Writing and onhis Solmn Affirmation did declare
and say that he was present and saw and heard David Hilton the Grantortherein named sigh seal and deliver the same to and for the uses andPurporses therein mentioned and that the Name Peter Huber subscribedthereunto as a Witness is the proper Hand Writing of him the said PeteHuber and further saith not.
Witness my Hand and seal this 25th Day of April 1785
James Jacks {SEAL}
-- Recorded the 25th day of April 1785.
James Jacks Recorder


Events:

ï Occupation: Farmer.

ï Deed, 5 Nov 1757, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 2 CC-2-327 Landin Warwick Twp from Andrew Eib

ï Deed, 1 Feb 1764, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 3 A-3-348 fromDavid Hilton to Christian Lambaugh

ï Tax roll, 1769, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 4 Listed as DavidHILDON


David married Elisabeth Eib, daughter of Andrew Eib and Unknown, on 6 Dec1747 in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA.1 (Elisabeth Eib was bornabout 1726 in Baden, Durlach, Germany 5, died on 20 Jul 1811 in Manheim,Lancaster Co., PA 5 and was buried in Manheim, Lancaster Co., PA.)

Marriage Notes:

Also the Vol 4 book:

pg 115: "A catalog, made in 1765 (and updated through 1771), of all thecommunicant members of hte Moravian congregation at Lititz, giving foreach person the name, arrival date here at Lititz, where they came from,and any subsequent departure."

pg 120:
72. David Hilton, b. 11 Feb 1725 at Armagh, Ireland.
73. Elisabeth NËe Eib(in). b. 1731 at Durlach [Germany]
He was accepted 1752 at Warwick; confirmed 1754; admitted 1764 tocommunion. She was admitted 1758 to communion.
Their Ch: 150, 219, 233, 242, 245, 303, 361

pg 125:
150 David Hilton, b. 8 Jul 1751, of Parents No. 72&73. (No longer active.)

pg 129:
219. Edward Hilton, b. 16 Sep 1753 (Parents. No. 72&73). No longer active.

pg 130:
233. Joseph Hilton, b. 19 Mar 1758. Warwick Township (Parents No. 72&73).
245. George Hilton, b. 26 Jan 1762, Warwick Towhship (Parents No. 72&73).

pg. 132:
303. Cathar. Magdal. Hilton, b. 30 Jun 1764, Warwick Township (ParentsNo. 72&73).

pg. 136:
361. Johannes Hilton, b. 11 Apr 1767 Warwick Township (Parents No.72&73). He dien 3 May 1767. 6



Sources

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1 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000),pg 26. 2 Dec 1747, David Hilton m. Elis. Eib(in).

2 Andrew Eip - David Hilton.

3 David Hilton - Christian Lambaugh Deed Deed Book CC 327-328.

4 Gary T. Hawbaker and Clyde L. Groff, A New Index - Lancaster County,Pennsylvania Before the Federal Census - Volume 5 - Index to the 1770 TaxRecords, (Copyright 1989 by Gary T Hawbaker; PO Box 207 Hershey, PA17033), pg 79.

5 The Moravian Congregation, Lititz.

6 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000).Please contact me at "carl @ ecmm . biz" (remove spaces) 
HILTON, DAVID (I1261)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13)
 
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
126 department manager at Packard Motors on Broad St. in Philadelphia in 1917 Quay, Walter Herbert (I2096)
 
127 described as medium height, slender build, grey eyes and brown hair - WW1reg. card

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March 4, 1937 Manheim Sentinel

Christian Buch Fink

Christian B. Fink, aged forty-one years, six months and one day, died ofpneumonia, at the Lancaster-Genera[-Hospitiil on Monday ar12:30P.M:-Surviving are his wife, Caroline Saylor Fink, and the followingchildren: Russell, Panama Canal Zone; Richard, Helen, Irene and Ray, athome. His mother, Mrs. Mary Fink, of this borough, and the followingbrothers and sisters also survive: Irvin, Raymond, Norman and Claude, ofthis borough; Mrs. Landis Witman and Mrs. Clarence Graham, of thisborough; Mrs. Elmer Leese, of Lancaster. Services were held at the home,South Cherry Street, on Thursday afternoon, with further services in theSalem United Brethren Church. Interment was made in Fairview Cemetery. 
FINK, CHRISTIAN BUCH (I25)
 
128 described as tall, medium build, gray eyes, brown hair, lost right hand -1918 WW1 reg. card GEER, BEECHER HUNTER (I147)
 
129 died 12/13/1862 at battle of Fredericksburg in VA.
A Co. 16th Maine Regt. Volunteers (2)
according to Source:The "Annual Report of the Adjutant General of theState of Maine for the year ending December 31, 1863" athttp://www.mainecivilwar.com/16thmeinf.htm

Age: 22
Rank: Private
Home: Belmont
August 14, 1862 (date of rank)
Killed in action December 13, 1862

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank -Discharge Notes Box # Extraction # Record #
Poor Austin A 16 Maine Infantry. Private Private 000543 0017 00000650
his pension image is available online

Killed along with almost half of the 16th Maine at Fredericksburg in a disastrous battle 
Poor, Austin (I215)
 
130 Died 4:30 A.M. of self-inflicted shotgun wound - [Obit.] Houser, Lillie (I51)
 
131 died as a child - was only child Thistlethwaite, Anthony (I1098)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2515)
 
133 died at home of son William B, Jenkins

1880 census states that his mother was born in Delaware - Ann Beason

1900 he's living with his son William 
Jenkins, Thomas B. (I1136)
 
134 died at home on Miller St. Poor, Cora Vesta (I202)
 
135 died at the age of (68-9-0 ) Fink, John Peter (I707)
 
136 Died in car accident [Helen Mayer] Fink, Phares Buch (I43)
 
137 died in infancy Jenkins, Howard Webster (I1131)
 
138 died of TB Rose, Frances (I469)
 
139 direct descendant of Sitting Bull

the couple were attacked on their honeymoon with a shotgun while on thebanks of the Perkiomen Creek near Zieglersville - he lived, don't know ifshe did

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she was a Hunkpapa Soiux from one post on Ancestry 
Waggoner, Dephne (I2496)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2135)
 
141 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2578)
 
142 don’t know which... DUNLOP, HELENA G. (I1073)
 
143 don’t know which... DUNLOP, HELENA G. (I1073)
 
144 Dorthea's Grandmother gave her our Bible in Jan of 1845 - Her name wasDoretha Wade Worrall

Green Wood Cemetary,
Prospect Park West & 20th st
Brooklyn

possibly her birth month was January - bday present?

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Dorthea Nicoline REHORN
Sex: F

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Jacob ROSENKILDE TROLLE
Marriage: 8 Jul 1831
Frue Kirke Or Vor Frue Kirke, Kobenhavn, Kobenhavn, Denmark
<>
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Anna Dorothea REHORN
Sex: F

Event(s):
Christening: 14 Feb 1734
Jerusalem, Berlin Stadt, Brandenburg, Preussen

Parents:
Father: REHORN
Mother: Margaretha WISMARN

<>

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section 68 lot 1572 
REHORN, DORETHEA WORRALL (I86)
 
145 DR. GARY WILSON CRIPPS
Aug 15 2014
69 year old Dr. Gary Wilson Cripps of Smithville died Wednesday night at DeKalb Community Hospital. Dr. Gary Cripps was a Methodist. He graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy & taught at the UT Pharmacy School. He was a member of the American Pharmacist & the Tennessee Pharmacist Associations. Dr. Cripps was a retied Pharmacist of Cripps-France Pharmacy here in Smithville. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 4pm at Love-Cantrell Funeral Home. Visitation with the Cripps family will be held on Saturday the 23rd from 2-4pm at the funeral home. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wilson & Frances Grizzle Cripps & a brother, Wayne Grizzle Cripps. Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Susan Young Cripps of Smithville. 3 children, Marcy Frances Cripps of Smithville, Susannah Cripps Daughtry & husband Blake of AL & Molly Rebecca Cripps of Nashville. 4 grandchildren, Elizabeth “Libby” Hufham, Katherine “Kate” Hufham, Wallace Daughtry & John “Jeb” Daughtry all of AL. 1 brother, Hugh Don & wife Rita Cripps of Smithville & a sisters-in-law, Marsha & husband Dr. David Darrah of Smithville. Nieces & nephews, Rachael Cripps McCarter of Cookeville, Martha Cripps Cooper of Smithville, Sarah Cripps, Greg Cripps, Jason Cripps & Ashby Cripps Woodward all of Smithville, Justin Cripps of Sparta, Jane Darrah Ramsey & Kate Darrah Miller both of Smithville. Many cousins also survive. In Lieu of flowers the family has asked that donations please be made to Lighthouse Christian Camp Widows Home, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, First United Methodist Church or The University of TN College of Pharmacy in memory of Dr. Gary Cripps. 
Cripps, Gary Wilson (I2794)
 
146 Elisabeth Eib
Born: Abt 1726, Baden, Durlach, Germany 2
Marriage: David Hilton 6 Dec 1747, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA 1
Died: 20 Jul 1811, Manheim, Lancaster Co., PA 2
Buried: Manheim, Lancaster Co., PA
Events:


ï Immigration, 1726. 2


Elisabeth married David Hilton, son of Edward Hilton and Unknown, on 6Dec 1747 in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA.1 (David Hilton was bornon 11 Feb 1725 in Armagh, Ireland and died after 1770 in Lancaster Co.,PA.)

Marriage Notes:

Also the Vol 4 book:

pg 115: "A catalog, made in 1765 (and updated through 1771), of all thecommunicant members of hte Moravian congregation at Lititz, giving foreach person the name, arrival date here at Lititz, where they came from,and any subsequent departure."

pg 120:
72. David Hilton, b. 11 Feb 1725 at Armagh, Ireland.
73. Elisabeth NËe Eib(in). b. 1731 at Durlach [Germany]
He was accepted 1752 at Warwick; confirmed 1754; admitted 1764 tocommunion. She was admitted 1758 to communion.
Their Ch: 150, 219, 233, 242, 245, 303, 361

pg 125:
150 David Hilton, b. 8 Jul 1751, of Parents No. 72&73. (No longer active.)

pg 129:
219. Edward Hilton, b. 16 Sep 1753 (Parents. No. 72&73). No longer active.

pg 130:
233. Joseph Hilton, b. 19 Mar 1758. Warwick Township (Parents No. 72&73).
245. George Hilton, b. 26 Jan 1762, Warwick Towhship (Parents No. 72&73).

pg. 132:
303. Cathar. Magdal. Hilton, b. 30 Jun 1764, Warwick Township (ParentsNo. 72&73).

pg. 136:
361. Johannes Hilton, b. 11 Apr 1767 Warwick Township (Parents No.72&73). He dien 3 May 1767. 3



Sources

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1 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000),pg 26. 2 Dec 1747, David Hilton m. Elis. Eib(in).

2 The Moravian Congregation, Lititz.

3 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000).Please contact me at "carl @ ecmm . biz" (remove spaces) 
EIB, ELISABETH (I1262)
 
147 Eliz. Thistlethwaite and 5 kids on same page!!! THISTLETHWAITE, Rev. RICHARD (I15)
 
148 Elizabeth Rothermel was born 05 December 1768. I don't know where. She was he Daughter of Daniel H and Maria Magdalena Keiser Rothermel. Their church affiliation is the Red Church oldest in Schulykill County.

That’s what Sandy Westover posted, don’t know which is right.


Elizabeth ROTHERMEL (AFN: 1C5K-NS2)


Sex:
F

Pretty Definately: link ishttp://www.familysearch.org/Search/af/ancestral_file_frame.asp?recid=33360924

Event(s):

Born:
1746
<, Richmond, Berks, Pa>


Parents:

Father:
Peter Z. ROTHERMEL (AFN: LZR2-J1)

Mother:
Sybilla HOCH (AFN: LZR3-6F)


Marriage(s):

Spouse:
Henry STROUCH (AFN: 1C5K-NRT)

Marriage:



Submitter(s) and Interested Researcher(s):
Submitter(s):

JOHN T. LOKKEN
211 WINDSOR ST
READING PA
USA 19601-2125

Microfilm:
Submission: AF95103739


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pedigree chart from same site:

8 -father of Johannes Christian
Johannes ROTHERMEL
B:
Abt1660
Hassloch, Jagstkreis,
Wurttemberg
M:
Abt1685
OfHassloch, Jagstkreis,
Wurttemberg, Germany


4 - Father of Peter
Johannes Christian
ROTHERMEL
B:
1688
Wachbach, Jagstkreis,
WËurttemberg
D:
1730
, , At Sea
M:
1708
Of Wachbach, Jagstkreis,
Wuertenburg, Germany



9 -mother of Johannes Christian

Mrs.Johannes ROTHERMEL
B:
Abt1664
OfHassloch, Jagstkreis,
Wurtemberg, Germany



2 - Father of Elizabeth
Peter Z. ROTHERMEL
B:
3 Feb 1715
Wachbach, Jagstkreis,
WËurttemberg
D:

Richmond Twp., Berks Co.,
PA
M:

, Berks Co., PA


10 -father of Margaretha Sybilla

Mr.ZIMMERMANN
B:
Abt1666
, ,Of Wuertenburg,
Germany
M:
Abt1691
, ,Of Wuertenburg,
Germany



5 - mother of Peter
Margaretha Sybilla
ZIMMERMAN
B:
Abt 1692
Wachbach, Jagstkreis,
WËurttemberg
D:

, Berks Co., PA


1
Elizabeth ROTHERMEL
B:
1746
<, Richmond, Berks,
Pa>





11 -mother of Margaretha Sybilla

Mrs.ZIMMERMANN
B:
Abt1670
, , OfWuertenburg,
Germany





Mother of Elizabeth
3
Sybilla HOCH
B:
1715
<, Wachbach,
Wuertenburg, Germany>
D:
1803






SPOUSE:
Henry STROUCH
B:
< 1742 
ROTHERMEL, ELIZABETH (I232)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1132)
 
150 Emma listed as widowed Thomas, George E. (I217)
 

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