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451 Sybilla & Johannes and their children emigrated to America, Johannes diedat sea on his way to America.

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Sigmund Zimmerman, of Aarburg, Switzerland, maried Barbara Metzgar,daughter of Mathias Metzgar and Anna Lippertine. Fpllowing their marriagethey moved to Colmar and from there returned to Aarburg.
CHILDREN:
1. Johannes Zimmerman.
2. Johann Michael Zimmerman, married Maria ??. Resided Durbach, Baden;sons migrated to Port of Philadelphia 9/28/1748.
3. Johann Mathias Zimmerman, remained in Europe.
4. Johann Peter Zimmerman.
5. Sybilla Zimmerman, b. ?? d. ?? daughter of General John and SarahZimmerman, and granddaughter of Matthew Metzgar from Hochs, Seigniory ofLahr, a part of Baden, and Anna Lebewtin from Weibnom, Deux Ponts (orZweibruchan), Germany, in the Palatinate. The birth and death dates ofSybilla Zimmerman Rothermel are unknown, but it is believed that she isburied in the family cemetery on the farm of her son-in-law PeterFetherolf, Berks Co., PA. She married Johannes Rothermel, b. ca. 1708.
Johannes and Sybilla resided in Wachbach, Germany, a small village in thenortheastern part of the State of Wurtenburg on the Tauber River.Wachbach is sixty miles due east on Mannheim and three miles south ofMergentheim. It is here that their eight children were born.
In the spring of 1730, Johannes and his wife, five sons, his daughter andher husband Peter Fetherolf traveled down the Rhine River to Rotterdam,Holland, where they sailed to Cowes, England. Here they boarded "TheThistle of Glasgow", with Colen Dunlop as Master, and set sail forAmerica. Johannes took ill, died and was buried at sea. Sybilla and thechildren landed at the Port of Philadelphia, PA., on August 29, 1730. Thefamily settled on land near Seiholtzville, Hereford Township, BerksCounty, Pennsylvania. Two of her children, Anna Maria and Leonard residedon neighboring farms.
6. Daughter.
7. Daughter. 
ROTHERMEL, JOHANNES CHRISTIAN (I325)
 
452 the anniversary announcement in the Interborough Press of 6/24/1954 saysthat they were the parents of 14 children, 9 of whom were still living atthe time. !! Quay, Charles Howard (I1827)
 
453 The Brothers Quay, an animation team in England, are related to usthrough this branch. Quay, Elmer Walter (I2401)
 
454 The Christian Advocate - August 9, 1888

Wade B. WORRALL was born in New York City October 2, 1818. He came from along line of pious ancestors. He was brother of Mrs. Sarah LankfordPALMER, Mrs. Miles PALMER, and the late Mrs. Phoebe PALMER; and uncle ofMrs. Joseph KNAPP, and of Mrs. FOSTER, the wife of the Rev. Dr. ElonFOSTER. He was converted when a boy at Greene Street Methodist EpiscopalChurch, New York City, and remained an active member of that society formany years, singing in the choir, and otherwise rendering it efficientservice. He was early and long a member of Joseph LONGKING'S famous Bibleclass. He was one of a society in that church called the Octophiloi, theother seven being the Rev. Samuel A. SEAMAN, William H. ARTHUR(deceased), Charles C. NORTH, William C. FREEMAN (deceased), ProfessorGeorge C. COLLARD, D. S. LANDON (deceased), and the Rev. Dr. John M.REID. Its 50th anniversary will be celebrated next October. BrotherWORRALL married in 1841, at Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, New York,Miss Caroline E. MORIARTY, whose father and grandfather were Methodistpreachers. With his brother he inherited from his father a large ironfoundry and business at Elizabethport, Union County, New Jersey, and onElm Street, New York City, from which relations he retired about 15 yearsago. He continued to be financially identified with the Haverstraw BrickYards. He was remarkable for close attention to business, kindness toemployees, and courtesy to everyone. His associates affirm that theynever heard him speak a harsh word to anyone. His business record andreputation are of the highest order. He accumulated a good degree ofwealth, which he liberally bestowed upon the work of the church and uponcharitable objects. He was always companionable and popular. He moved toFlushing about five years ago, and has resided here ever since. Thoughconsiderably indisposed during the winter, he was not seriously ill,until a few days prior to his decease May 13. His sickness was brief andpainful, but he contnued cheerful and resigned. He was an official memberof the church. Through life he was honored and respected by all. Thestricken widow and one child--a married daughter--survive him.
Thomas L. POULSON 
Worrall, Wade Benjamin (I869)
 
455 The State Newspaper (Columbia, SC) 1/18/2000

Laura Massey

AIKEN - Graveside services for Laura Ross Massey, 88, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Aiken Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be 5-7 p.m. at Shellhouse Funeral Home, which is in charge.

Mrs. Massey, widow of John Parker Massey, died Monday. Born in Greensboro, N.C., she was a registered nurse, homemaker and member of First Presbyterian Church, Aiken.

Surviving are her daughters, Catherine Ross of Naples, Fla., Jane Linck of Houston; son, John Massey of Aiken; sisters, Minnie Ross Brown, Inez Plunkett, both of Pleasant Gardens, N.C.; two grandchildren. 
Ross, Laura (I3054)
 
456 There is a Jacob White living a few doors down from Benjamin in the 1870 census - 92 years old then - in the house of John and Elizabeth Lutz - father??. Henry White living with them in 1860 - he is 47 when Ben is 43, probably brother. Also in 1860, living with Elizabeth and Henry Spickler, 22 and 27 years old, married w/ child. Relation? unsure
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From THE LITITZ RECORD Lititz, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Friday, 17 August 1883
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Benjamin White, 65 years, Died August 14, 1883 at Mt.Vernon, Penn
Township. Interment at New Haven today at 10 AM (Buried at Kissel Hill
Cemetery beside his wife Fannie) [see Fanny's Family group for her
obituary]


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Amanda White+
Matilda White
Benjamin White
Veronica White
John W White+
Elizabeth White+
Isabel White
Harriet White
Fianna White 
WHITE, BENJAMIN (I1254)
 
457 there is an e. pauline quay buried at Morris Cemetery
Phoenixville
Chester County with birth of 1881 but why is she quay if she was married 
Quay, E. Pauline (I2044)
 
458 there's a Frederick Rehorn in NYC Dir. in 1869 as a machinist at 326 E.58th
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also a land purchase in Illinois on June 22 1843:

Name Type Section Sect Township Range Meridian Acres Price Total DateMonth Date Day Date Year Reside Volume Page Blank SocStat ID Corr-Tag
REHORN FREDERICK FD SWSE 27 12N 09E 4 4000 125 5000 June 22 1843 000697 139 246084 0

also a land document lists him as "of Peoria county, Ill." and gives him40 acres on June 1st, 1848 - cert. # 16667 - Quincy land office

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from Worrall history:
His eldest daughter Caroline set out in 1835 with her husband and two young children as part of a wagon train heading for Illinois, 2,000 milesaway.

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Henry in Tennessee buried Whitleyville near Gainesville - w/ Frederick G.-

one of henry's sons monument business - Nashville - still there

other one in Fresno - Rehorn house

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In the 1880 census, his daughter, Dorothea leaves his place of birth blank

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1860 census puts the family in West Chester County NY - Mount Vernon. Hisdaughter married Albert Sutton around this time - 1st baby in 1861

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he's living with his son Henry in Tn. in 1870 and his wife is living inNew York City with their daughters 
REHORN, FREDERICK G. (I274)
 
459 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1742)
 
460 They must have moved from Pa. to Illinois between 1879 and 1882 judgingby the birthplaces of their children
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from Illinois death index
Last Name First Name Middle Name Sex/Race Age Cert #Death Date County City Date Filed

WELCOME JACOB W M/W UNK 0019374 1919-05-11MCHENRY GREENWOOD TWP 19-05-12
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Got his probate record

Survivors listed as:

William Welcome of Woodstock - 1st child
Thomas Welcome of Woodstock - 8th child
Eva Rugh of Marengo - 2nd child
Nettie Williams of Huntley, Kane Co. - 4th
Lillie Ballard of Woodstock - Lillian Rebecca - 5th child
Mary Kerner of 39 Main St. Cincinnati, Ohio - 6th child
Belva Mavis of Woodstock - 9th child


Eva is probably Eve, so I'm unsure of who Nettie, Lillie and Mary are.Stella and Rebecca are the other 2 daughters.
Adam and George aren't mentioned and I can't find them in censuses either.

OK - found that Lillie is Lillian Rebecca

Mary Ellsie Welcome is listed in the Illinois Marr. Index as marryingLewis Kerner in Adams Co. on 11/17/1899 - could be Stella
Nettie Ann Welcome in same index marr. Claude E. Williams in Will Countyon 11/7/1899 - busy month!
Eva C. Welcome, same index marr. Charles W. Rugh in Kane County 2/23/1898
Lillie Welcome in same index marr. Michael L. Condon in Cook Co.11/7/1898 - prob. her 1st marr. - already had two kids when she marr.Ballard 
Welcome, Jacob (I909)
 
461 They sailed from Germany to American on THE THISTLE in 1730 and settledin Berks County, Pennsylvania.

Sigmund Zimmerman, of Aarburg, Switzerland, maried Barbara Metzgar,daughter of Mathias Metzgar and Anna Lippertine. Fpllowing their marriagethey moved to Colmar and from there returned to Aarburg.
CHILDREN:
1. Johannes Zimmerman.
2. Johann Michael Zimmerman, married Maria ??. Resided Durbach, Baden;sons migrated to Port of Philadelphia 9/28/1748.
3. Johann Mathias Zimmerman, remained in Europe.
4. Johann Peter Zimmerman.
5. Sybilla Zimmerman, b. ?? d. ?? daughter of General John and SarahZimmerman, and granddaughter of Matthew Metzgar from Hochs, Seigniory ofLahr, a part of Baden, and Anna Lebewtin from Weibnom, Deux Ponts (orZweibruchan), Germany, in the Palatinate. The birth and death dates ofSybilla Zimmerman Rothermel are unknown, but it is believed that she isburied in the family cemetery on the farm of her son-in-law PeterFetherolf, Berks Co., PA. She married Johannes Rothermel, b. ca. 1708.
Johannes and Sybilla resided in Wachbach, Germany, a small village in thenortheastern part of the State of Wurtenburg on the Tauber River.Wachbach is sixty miles due east on Mannheim and three miles south ofMergentheim. It is here that their eight children were born.
In the spring of 1730, Johannes and his wife, five sons, his daughter andher husband Peter Fetherolf traveled down the Rhine River to Rotterdam,Holland, where they sailed to Cowes, England. Here they boarded "TheThistle of Glasgow", with Colen Dunlop as Master, and set sail forAmerica. Johannes took ill, died and was buried at sea. Sybilla and thechildren landed at the Port of Philadelphia, PA., on August 29, 1730. Thefamily settled on land near Seiholtzville, Hereford Township, BerksCounty, Pennsylvania. Two of her children, Anna Maria and Leonard residedon neighboring farms.
6. Daughter.
7. Daughter. 
Federolf, Johanna Peter , Sr (I412)
 
462 This is him: Daily Local 6/12/1909

Emma F. Quay, having left my bed and board, I will pay no billscontracted by her.
Harry E. Quay 
Quay, Harry E. (I2195)
 
463 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I135)
 
464 Thomas Massey sailed to Pennsylvania on the Endeavor out of Liverpool.The ship anchored in the Delaware River at Upland (now Chester) on Sept.29, 1683. Many of the passengers were from Marple, so they called theirnew home Marple Township. They were Quakers fleeing from religiouspersecution. Many of the richer passengers brought indentured servantswith them. When their term was over, they were given 50 acres of land bytheir masters, and 50 acres from William Penn.

In 1692, ThomasMassey married Phebe Taylor, another passenger on theEndeavor. By 1696, Thomas was able to buy 300 acres of land from JamesStanfield (Thomas had been indentured to Francis Stanfield) and began tobuild his house with bricks manufactured on the site. Thomas and Phebehad seven children, beginning their line of Masseys here in America.

- from Debra Farr genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Massey 
MASSEY, THOMAS (I1617)
 
465 Thomas Reed the elder is reputed to have been in what is now SchuylkillCounty as early as 1750. According to Munsell's history of SchuylkillCounty, Thomas Reed Sr. was among the first settlers in the area near thenorthern border of Branch Township where Phoenix Center later developed,arriving before 1750. I believe his family was of the Tulpehocken Riethsbut have not yet succeeded in connecting him. What we do know of him forcertain stems from, first, a petition of Thomas Reed, a son of ThomasReed, late of Norwegian Township, deceased, and filed at Orphanís Courtin Reading, Berks County, on March 3, 1806. In this petition, Thomas Jr.testifies "That his said father died intestate about four years since(circa 1802), leaving a widow named Margaret and 10 children, to wit:Jeremiah, Joshua, the petitioner, Rachel, who was intermarried with JacobLindemuth, who is decíd and left spouse and four children, to wit, John,Jacob, Thomas and Susanna, all in their minority; John Reed, who is alsodecíd and left spouse and sons Samuel, Jeremiah and Martin L. Reed;Margaret, Tamson, Samuel, Polly and Isaac, and that the intestate diedseized in his -------- and in a messuage tenement and tract of landsituate in the township aforesaid adjoining lands of Jacob Grant now tickand mountain land, containing 100 acres, more or less."


Estate documents obtained from Berks County include a statement datedApril 27, 1802, in which Margaret Reed requests appointment of her sonsThomas and John Reed as administrators for the estate of her latehusband. Additional documents disclose the inventory of the estate andpayment of debts, etc., and, after inspection by 12 men ñ George Orwig,George Bode, Samuel Lewis, Henry Strauch, John Lengel, John Emerich,Henry McGlathey, Martin Bechtoldt, Jacob Yost, Necho Allen, John Orwigand William Green ñ it was adjudged by the court that Isaac Reed,youngest son of the intestate, upon paying unto the others theirrespective shares, should inherit the property.

In a document dated May 5, 1807, Joshua Reed, who identifies himself as aresident of Hamburg and a farmer, agrees to relinguish his right to theproperty to Isaac "he paying to me my proportionable share there out of,provided the other heirs of my father agree or have agreed thereto." Inthe same document he refers to his father as Thomas Reed, late ofNorwegian Township in said county, innkeeper, deceased (I just noticedthis in going over these documents and found it interesting in light ofthe fact both Jeremiah and Thomas Jr. would follow their father in thatprofession).

I have found nothing on Margaret or Tamson. Samuel is listed in the 1810census and he joined Joshua in signing off on the estate in favor ofIsaac. In the same records, Polly agrees to accept 30 pounds in gold orsilver as her share of the inheritance.

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Family legend # 559393: These Reeds are connected to Deborah Read,spouse of Benjamin Franklin

b. 1708
d. 19 Dec 1774

marr. Ben Franklin on Sep 1, 1730 in Philadelphia

parents:
John Read b. ~1682 of Philadelphia
Sarah b. ~ 1684 
REED, THOMAS , SR. (I428)
 
466 Tuberculosis THISTLETHWAITE, WILLIAM BURNS (I12)
 
467 Violinist - entertaining neighbors with his violin at his birthday partyin 1920. Quay, Jesse Hipple (I1959)
 
468 w/ son James and Martha Margaret (I2751)
 
469 Walter reed Jenkins geno attaches May, William and Christine to her

1910 census says she had 3 children, all living, so Josephine isdefinitely not hers. All 4 children are with she and Wm. in 1910, as wellas father Thomas 
Weber, Mary C. (I1144)
 
470 Was a blacksmith in Chesterfield county, Virginia. Grissel, George , Sr. (I145)
 
471 Was a private in Captain Andrews Co., Col. Joseph Prime's Regiment andserved under Brig. General Wadsworth in the Eastward.

So says Grammie in her application to the Children of the Revolution

Aaron Fogg's record may be found in Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in theRevolutionary War Vol. 55, page 882, roll sworn to in York County, Me. 
FOGG, AARON (I1391)
 
472 Was first Sheriff of Cannon County, Tn. in 1836. Lived on Short Mtn, nearWoodbury, Tn.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/4620/index.html
has a little info on Daniel (son) and Margaret (daughter-in-law)
It is part of the Spurlock family tree. 
GRIZZEL, GEORGE (I115)
 
473 Was listed as single without dependents on his WW2 enlistment record. Fink, Kensel H. (I1689)
 
474 was survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers Welcome, Donald E. (I1775)
 
475 We have her mother's clock, says on the back she lived in Hallowell Maine

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weird coincidence:

have been looking for ancestors of my G-G Grandfather, John RobertWheeler. From his gravestone, obit and other family sources, he was bornDecember 23, 1811 in Chatham, Columbia County, New York. I haven't beenable to locate his parents. It is also rumored (Note in an old familybible) that he is related to the John Wheeler woh came to America March24, 1633 on the ship "Mary and John". I have no connection, however,between the two.

Here is the Obituary (Lots of clues)

<<<<<>>>>
John Robert Wheeler. Another old settler of Lake County passed fromearth. John Robert Wheeler was born in Chatham, Columbia County, NewYork, December 23, 1811, and died of heart disease at his residence inthe town of Deerfield, February 23, 1881, aged 69 years and two months.He was converted in 1835, under the labors of Joshua Poor. In 1839 he wasmarried to Miss Catharine M. Hermance, who still survives him. Had sixchildren. Eliza a., the oldest daughter, died in 1866. The remaining fiveare Hermance Wheeler and Hiram Wheeler now living in the town ofDeerfield; Mrs. John Williams, of this city; Mrs Gearge Skidmore, ofChicago, and Miss Hattie Wheeler. He removed to Illinois in 1846, and forthree years was a resident of Cook County. He then removed to LakeCounty, where he has lived ever since. He united with the MethodistEpiscopal Church at Barrington, and for several years was class leader ofthat place, or until his removal to Waukegan in 1867. In 1868 he removedto the town of Deerfield where he lived to the time of his death. He wonmany friends in Lake County and died trusting in the Saviour. For thepast few weeks he was a great sufferer, but during this time he did notfail to speak of the home beyond the grave, and when nearing the ColdRiver he exclaimed "all is right" and soon passed over. His remains werebrought to Waukegan for interment. 
WHEELER, HARRIET ESTHER (I192)
 
476 Welcolmer in 1930 census Welcomer, George Daniel (I100)
 
477 went west as a young man in 1892 - obituary Quay, Stephen G. (I1997)
 
478 whole articles devoted to this death, but I don't see how he could be theyoungest of 10. They give his birth date, and the census shows many morekids after him.

Hit on the head by the shovel of a fellow workman on the railroad. 
Quay, Howard B. (I1992)
 
479 widowed, living alone in 1930 Snyder, Ada Elizabeth (I26)
 
480 wife immigrated as a widow Keenan, George A. (I2648)
 
481 wife Pauline Fink, Claude Buch (I47)
 
482 will made Sept. 1, 1788 BABB, THOMAS (I1707)
 
483 William and Elizabeth MAY have had another daughter Mary, as there is a Mary Paddon living with Isabella in 1870 in Brooklyn

Helena’s DC says he was born in Scotland - her 1880 census says Ireland

Isabella Ray (2nd marriage?) says he was born in Scotland 1880 census 
DUNLOP, WILLIAM (I1055)
 
484 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F872
 
485 Winifred says
:Albert was a sales rep and lived in Cincinnati, New York and Mt. Vernon


Albert listed in NY births as:
Name: Albert A. Sutton
Birth Date: 28 Jan 1900
Certificate Number: 5221

Births Reported in 1900. Borough of Brooklyn. ******** not Mt. Vernon 
Sutton, Albert Adams (I84)
 
486 with daughter Farrar, Melissa J. (I219)
 
487 with mother and Coombs Poor, Emeline H. (I209)
 
488 with Sarah and Emma HEMENWAY, ALZINA WALCOTT (I208)
 
489 worked and lived all his life in Lewistown as a "gas maker" retiring asthe foreman of the gas plant on Juniata St. in 1930 Quay, William Thomas (I16)
 
490 worked at an art dealer on 5th ave in ny where she got the matching girletchings, some diamonds, chris' Tifany tea set, etc. Sutton, Dorothy W. (I83)
 
491 worked in FBI Jones, Natalie Greemer (I893)
 
492 working on Isaac Smith's farm in 1860 and then married Mary, his daughter

One sis and 5 bros. alive in 1915 
Quay, Reece John (I1991)
 
493 WRJ geno attaches her to Daisy Saunders as mother Jenkins, Josephine (I1143)
 
494 Yeoman.
Definition from Ogilvyís dictionary (1885)
Yeoman: A common man of the first or most respectable class, next below the gentry.

described as a yeoman farmer - generally meant that he owned the land he farmed
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interesting that the witnesses of his probate were from Yorkshire, albeit very near Hornby
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Marriage: 12 Jun 1810 St Wilfrid, Melling in Lonsdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Thistlethwaite - (X), Husbandman of this parish
Margaret Auston - (X), Spinster of this parish
    Witness: Christopher Sedgwick; John Lawson
    Married by Banns by: Jn. Tatham, Vicar
    Register: Marriages 1787 - 1812, Page 77, Entry 873
    Source: LDS Film 1849660
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from a letter of Jane Austen's in 1808-9

We called on the Miss Lyells one day, and heard a good account of Mr.Heathcote's canvass, the success of which, of course, exceeds his expectations. Alethea in her letter hopes for my interest, which Iconclude means Edwards's, and I take this opportunity, therefore, ofrequesting that he will bring in Mr. Heathcote. Mr. Lane told usyesterday that Mr. H. had behaved very handsomely, and waited on Mr.Thistlethwaite, to say that if he (Mr. T.) would stand, he (Mr. H.) wouldnot oppose him; but Mr. T. declined it, acknowledging himself still smarting under the payment of late electioneering costs. 
THISTLETHWAITE, RICHARD (I1044)
 
495 YORK COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, 1764-1800:
STRAYER'S (SALEM) REFORMED CHURCH

Located in Dover Township in York County, Pennsylvania, Strayer's
Reformed Church, also called Salem Church, was organized in 1757.
Both Lutheran and Reformed congregations once met in the building.
The Lutheran church register dates from 1762, and the Reformed church
register dates from 1764. The late William J. Hinke originally
translated the Reformed records from German to English in 1939, and
his manuscript has been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of
Utah. The records in this database span the years 1764-1800 and
include the names of more than 5,900 individuals. Records for the
years 1800-1921 will be published in a subsequent Ancestry.com
database. For researchers of German immigrant ancestors who settled
in Pennsylvania, this database can provide valuable vital statistics
not available in other records.

Source Information: Lineages, Inc., comp. "York County, Pennsylvania,
1745-1800: Strayer's (Salem) Reformed Church." [database online]
Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from Family
History Library copies of church records for this locality. For more
information, see Family History Library Catalog (FHLC)
#974.841/D1 K2y.

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died within days of his brothers Eli and William and also of his sisterLeah and her husband Leander Weigle

ALL DIED CLOSE TOGETHER ????

Henry Welcomer d. March 9, 1866

his brothers:

Eli Welcomer d. March 16, 1866
William Welcomer d. March 17, 1866

his sister (marr.):

Leah ( Welcomer ) Weigel d. July 25, 1866

and her husband:

Leander Weigel d. June 29, 1866 
WELCOMER, HENRY (I608)
 
496 [Burns' Trust letter] mentions that "A.R. Thistlethwaite, who is so muchabroad"

merchant in Shanghai, apparently

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Found his family in Somerset, probably Milverton in the 1891 census. Nameis mispelled Thisoleshwaile !!

Austin is not there, but wife Frances Rose is, as well as sisterMargaret, step-mother Anne (Oxley) Thistlethwaite and a possible daughterEllanor Cicely, born in 1897 
Thistlethwaite, Austin Richard (I16)
 
497 [Burns' Trust letter] mentions that M. Thistlethwaite is the life tenantat Trafford Park Estate, Manchester, in which the 1500 pound trust was reinvested in 1901.

present at father's death - not married in 1898

born at Queen St., Lytham 
Thistlethwaite, Margaret (I18)
 
498 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

[Casper_Gottwald_Decend.FTW]

1850 Census

Gottwald Jacob 43 Carpenter PA S. Ward York84/717/766
Cassandra 42 PA
Henrietta 18 PA
Jacob 13 PA
Anna 11 PA
Jane 8 PA
Augustus 7 PA
Charles 4 PA
Samuel 23 Carpenter PA
Daniel 21 Carpenter PA
Henry 18 Carpenter PA


Also living in this household: Jacob Fry
Charles Wales
Oliver Wales
Franklin Ilgenfritz
Hiram Morrison
Catharine Hosler
Adam Henry 
Gottwalt, Jacob (I636)
 
499 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

[Casper_Gottwald_Decend.FTW]

1850 Census for Manchester Twp Lists the following:

Daniel Fink 53
Lenah 32 (42)
Daniel 16
Lydia 13
Lenah 10
Mary 8
Christian 6
Jacob 4
Leah 2
[Sebastian_Finck_Decend.FTW]

1850 Census for Manchester Twp Lists the following:

Daniel Fink 53
Lenah 32 (42)
Daniel 16
Lydia 13
Lenah 10
Mary 8
Christian 6
Jacob 4
Leah 2 
FINK, DANIEL (I414)
 
500 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

[Casper_Gottwald_Decend.FTW]

George Franklin Schiding was born in York, PA on May 21, 1925. He was thefirst son of the late George Lewis Schiding and Pearl Marie (Fink)Schiding. He leaves his wife Kathleen E. (Lippy) Schiding who he wasmarried to for 46 years. He graduate from William Penn Senor High Schoolin the Class of 1943.

He retired after 34 years as a Material Controller with Harley Davisonand the former AMF and Naval Ordnance plant in York.

George was a U S Navy veteran of World War II, serving as a Radioman 2ndClass Petty Officer aboard the U S S Dutton in the South Pacific. Heparticipated in the invasion of Siapan, Iwo Jima and survived a Kamakizahit at Okniawa. George was awarded 3 Bronze Battle Stars.

He was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church of York, a Life Member ofNaval Ordnance Alumni and a Life Member of Laurel Fire Co. of York.

George F. Schiding Harley-Davidson Inc. retiree


Headline: OBITUARIES
Publication Date: December 01, 1998
Source: York Daily Record
Page:
Subjects:
Region:
Obituary:
YORK - George Franklin Schiding, 73, of York, died at 11:51 P.M.
Sunday at York Hospital. He was the husband of Kathleen F. (Lippy)Schiding. The couple observed their 46th wedding anniversary Feb. 9.
The service will be 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Heffner Funeral Chapel andCrematory Inc., 1551 Kenneth Road, York. Burial will be in Prospect HillCemetery, with military rites by York County Veterans Honor Guard.Viewing will be 1 to 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Funeral al home.
Mr. Schiding was born May 21, 1925, in York. He was the son of the lateGeorge L. and Pearl (Fink) Schiding.
He was a material controller at Harley-Davidson Inc., retiring after 34years of service. He had also worked at AMF and Naval Ordinance Plant inYork. He was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, and life member ofNaval Ordinance Alumni and Laurel Fire Company in York. He was a 1943graduate of William Penn High School, and a U.S. Navy veteran of WorldWar II, receiving three Bronze Battle Stars.
Mr. Schiding also is survived by a brother, Frederick P. Schiding ofYork; and nieces and nephews.
Officiating at the service will be his pastor, the Rev. Dr. E.
Gordon Ross.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 839 W.Market St., York 17404.
Emily R. Schuster K-Mart employee
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George Franklin Schiding was born in York, PA on May 21, 1925. He was thefirst son of the late George Lewis Schiding and Pearl Marie (Fink)Schiding. He leaves his wife Kathleen E. (Lippy) Schiding who he wasmarried to for 46 years. He graduate from William Penn Senor High Schoolin the Class of 1943.

He retired after 34 years as a Material Controller with Harley Davisonand the former AMF and Naval Ordnance plant in York.

George was a U S Navy veteran of World War II, serving as a Radioman 2ndClass Petty Officer aboard the U S S Dutton in the South Pacific. Heparticipated in the invasion of Siapan, Iwo Jima and survived a Kamakizahit at Okniawa. George was awarded 3 Bronze Battle Stars.

He was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church of York, a Life Member ofNaval Ordnance Alumni and a Life Member of Laurel Fire Co. of York.

George F. Schiding Harley-Davidson Inc. retiree


Headline: OBITUARIES
Publication Date: December 01, 1998
Source: York Daily Record
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YORK - George Franklin Schiding, 73, of York, died at 11:51 P.M.
Sunday at York Hospital. He was the husband of Kathleen F. (Lippy)Schiding. The couple observed their 46th wedding anniversary Feb. 9.
The service will be 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Heffner Funeral Chapel andCrematory Inc., 1551 Kenneth Road, York. Burial will be in Prospect HillCemetery, with military rites by York County Veterans Honor Guard.Viewing will be 1 to 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Funeral al home.
Mr. Schiding was born May 21, 1925, in York. He was the son of the lateGeorge L. and Pearl (Fink) Schiding.
He was a material controller at Harley-Davidson Inc., retiring after 34years of service. He had also worked at AMF and Naval Ordinance Plant inYork. He was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, and life member ofNaval Ordinance Alumni and Laurel Fire Company in York. He was a 1943graduate of William Penn High School, and a U.S. Navy veteran of WorldWar II, receiving three Bronze Battle Stars.
Mr. Schiding also is survived by a brother, Frederick P. Schiding ofYork; and nieces and nephews.
Officiating at the service will be his pastor, the Rev. Dr. E.
Gordon Ross.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 839 W.Market St., York 17404.
Emily R. Schuster K-Mart employee 
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