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51 1870 Census Manheim
Christian Buch 35 works on RR
Amanda 32
Lizzie 8
Monroe 6
Ida 3
Mary 1

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same page:

David Buch 26 day laborer
Maria 23
John 6
David 4
Fianna 1
Annie 4/12
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and:

John Buch 69 farmer
Annie 67 keeping house

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ALL born in Pennsylvania in 1870 census

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nothing in 1850 or 1860 census - WRONG

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found him under Christ Buch in Manheim in 1860 
CHRISTIAN BUCH
 
52 Amanda Buch living with them in 1910 as mother-in-law next door to otherdaughter Mary, wife of Jacob Fink (Welcomer) Ida Buch
 
53 She was the one who asked my parents to change their name back toWelcomer.

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May 10, 1962 Manheim Sentinel

Mary Buch Fink

Mrs. Mary B. Fink, the widow of Jacob W Fink, and within about 10 days ofbeing 92 years old, died Tues., May 8 at 5:00 A.M in the LancasterGeneral Hospital after a prolonged illness. She had formerly resided at45 North Wolf Street and had been a lifelong resident of this area, beingthe daughter of the late Christian and Amanda White Buch. She was aformer employee of the William H. Noggle & Sons Company and had been amember of Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church. She has 129descendents.

Surviving Mrs. Fink are three children: the eldest, the youngest and theone in the middle of the group of ten children; Irvin B. of Manheim RouteOne, Claude of South Penn Street, and Mrs. Mary Graham of North WolfStreet, the mother of Clarence Graham of Market Square. There are also 31grandchildren, 70 great-grandchildren and 25 greatgreat-grandchildren,besides a brother, Harry W. Buch of South Charlotte Street and a sister,Miss Lillie Buch of Myerstown.

Up to the time of her death, Mrs. Fink was one of the 400 survivingwidows in the United States still receiving a pension from the IndianWars.

Funeral service was held from the WP. Keech & Son Funeral Home. Intermentin Fairview Cemetery. 
MARY BUCH
 
54 Had lots of kids, but before he married Sarah, apparently Henry M. Burgess
 
55 1837 birth in Farnsworth according to Michelle Fox ELLEN BURNS
 
56 Epilepsy ELLEN BURNS
 
57 No direct proof he's Ellen's father yet but he is listed as the informanton William Burns' birth certificate (his grandson) and Catherine TPughe's marriage was performed by William Henry Burns, probably herbrother. Seems too many close involvements to be cousin and uncle to me.

1880 he is gone from Crocket's Directory of Clergy

The church he was Vicar of in Farnworth is:
St. John the Evangelist
Church St.
Bolton
Greater Manchester
BL4 8AQ
England 
WILLIAM BURNS
 
58 member of St. Mary's Catholic CHurch, Ladies of the Knight, McHenryCounty Home Bureau

looks like Michael may be an only child - obit doesn't mention any otherchildren that died 
Dorothy J. Callahan
 
59 Last Name possibly Arnett - in 1860 a James Arnett, age 26, an MD born inKentucky lived with George and Susan in Cannon County, Tn. James waspossibly a nephew of Susan's



Not Susan -
found at:http://data.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=gedind&ti=0&f2=13901&f3=3796
Sarah Campbell F 1802
KY 24 JUN 1874
Cannon County, Tennessee William Campbell, Suzana Unknown George Grizzle 
SARAH CAMPBELL
 
60 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
61 ======================================
Here's an entry from "John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America 1732-1990"on Dorothy J Massey and Seth Candee:

Dorothy Jenkins Massey, daughter of F. Brinton and Fannie (Jenkins)Massey,
was born in Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and grew to womanhood in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr Seth Wilson Candee had been a graduate of
Yale University, and had served in the United States service during WorldWar
I, having been overseas for two years during that war. He fought some ofthe
battles in France where he had seen his buddy, a class mate of his, killed
right at his side.
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had already spent 3 months in artillery camp as of 6/ 1917 - WW1 reg.card

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Seth Wilson Candee
 
62 Mom says the nicest things about her. NICE woman, died of breast cancerfairly young. Had 3 daughters? Shirley Reed Candee
 
63 Moved to Colorado - brother James moved as well
Living there at time of marriage in 1907 
Daniel Erskine Carey
 
64 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
65 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
66 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
67 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

[Casper_Gottwald_Decend.FTW]

Pauline V. Fink
School of nursing graduate

York - Pauline V. Fink, 85, of York, died at 12:40 P.M. Wednesday atColonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife ofthe late Harvey P. Fink.

The service will be 10:00 A.M. Monday at the Everhart-Jackson-HeffnerFuneral Home, Inc. 1205 E. Market St., York, PA. Burial will be inMount Rose Cemetery. Visitation will be 9 to 10 A.M. Monday at thefuneral home.

Mrs Fink was born July 10, 1911, in New Oxford, PA. She was the daughterof the late Calvin A. and Sara R. (Emmlet) Chronister. She was a 1931graduate of York Hospital School of Nursing and a member of York HospitalAlumni School of Nursing.

Mrs Fink is survived by a daughter, Joyce M. Stryker of York; and agrandson, Bruce Stryker of York.

Officiating at the service will be the Rev. Tri M. Luong, pastor of St.Patrick's Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributionsmay be made to Ferguson Library, York City School District, 329 S.Lindbergh Ave., York, PA 17403; or to Scholarship Fund of AlumniAssociation, York Hospital School of Nursing, 1001 S. George St, York, PA
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Pauline V. Fink
School of nursing graduate

York - Pauline V. Fink, 85, of York, died at 12:40 P.M. Wednesday atColonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife ofthe late Harvey P. Fink.

The service will be 10:00 A.M. Monday at the Everhart-Jackson-HeffnerFuneral Home, Inc. 1205 E. Market St., York, PA. Burial will be inMount Rose Cemetery. Visitation will be 9 to 10 A.M. Monday at thefuneral home.

Mrs Fink was born July 10, 1911, in New Oxford, PA. She was the daughterof the late Calvin A. and Sara R. (Emmlet) Chronister. She was a 1931graduate of York Hospital School of Nursing and a member of York HospitalAlumni School of Nursing.

Mrs Fink is survived by a daughter, Joyce M. Stryker of York; and agrandson, Bruce Stryker of York.

Officiating at the service will be the Rev. Tri M. Luong, pastor of St.Patrick's Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributionsmay be made to Ferguson Library, York City School District, 329 S.Lindbergh Ave., York, PA 17403; or to Scholarship Fund of AlumniAssociation, York Hospital School of Nursing, 1001 S. George St, York, PA 
Pauline V. Chronister
 
68 birth date probable not definite - from York Cty Hist but also listed on1880 census as 48, which fits well

possibly Anna Barnes - found on web
also if true, was married to Jesse Quickel (1818-1873) first withchildren - (Jacob's spouse Susan also died in 1873)
Edward 1851
Jacob 1859
Romanus 1860 
Anna M. Clark
 
69 also spelled coonrad AMANDA ELVIRA COANROD
 
70 Interesting - her obituary says she was born near Aughenbaugh's schoolhouse Mary P. Conley
 
71 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
72 probably married because no death record in SS death index that matchesmiddle initial or states and dates without the initial and no livingMartha Crawfords around 80 years old in the phone books

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I have a copy of her baby picture, given to me by Scott Schmid

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Possible ID - YES!!

found this in rootsweb email marondy@wowway.com Marion Hindman


ID: I611773914
Name: Martha CRAWFORD
Given Name: Martha
Surname: Crawford
Sex: F
Birth: 8 Sep 1923 in Pennsylvania
Death: 15 Jul 1996 in N. Hollywood, CA

Marriage 1 Marcus B. DENEHIE b: 25 Oct 1919 in Missouri

then looked in California death index and found this:

Last Name First Name Middle Birth Date Mother Maiden Father Last SexBirth Place Death Place Residence Death Date SSN Age Post-ems Order
Record
DENEHIE MARTHA C 09/08/1923 MCFARLAND CRAWFORD F PENNSYLVANIA LOSANGELES(19) 07/11/1996 201-16-4070 72 yrs Add

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looks like she may have lived at:
451 SUTTER HILL RD , APT 112, SUTTER CREEK, CA 95685
until 1995 or so
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SS# 201-16-4070 
Martha Quay Crawford
 
73 listed as a veteran of WW I in 1930 census

in the commercial lumber business

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probably him listed in the WW I draft board registration lists - bornMarch 7, 1896 in
coal miner for the Faith Coal Mine company
short, black hair and eyes,
Lemont Furnace, Pa. is in Fayette County in the southwest corner of thestate

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Why did I think that this was her Wm. Crawford - lots of Wm Crawfords inWW1 - this one's middle initial doesn't match?

1930 census lists Martha Q. Crawford as 6 years old living with hermother Miriam W. (they say H) and her father William D. - looks like a Dto me, they say it's William S. - I looked at a lot of the other names ona few pages and feel pretty confident

he's 36 (DOB late 1893 early 1894 ish) his doesn't with this guy
she's 27 (DOB 1903ish) her's works

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found in 1900 census in Fayette County under WILLIAN (sic) Crawford

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OK - His daughter's death certificate lists him as William DouglasCrawford with a birth state of NY - that should settle it. 
William Douglas Crawford
 
74 6 kids - 4 living in 1910 Lillian G. Deery
 
75 prominent White County landowner and planter George DeFreese
 
76 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
77 History of S ccounty
As before stated Martin Dreibelbis died here (Schuykill Haven) in1799, and was
buried in purposes, where the "old white church" stood, and where
a brick church now stands, just outside of the northeastern
limits of the borough.


Another of the large land owners of this township was Martin
Dreibelbies, whose estate extended from the almshouse property
across both branches of the Schuylkill and included all the
territory as far north as Beck's, and nearly all the West Branch
valley south of that point, amounting in all to over 1,200 acres.
He appears to have been a liberal minded man for that day, and
contributed to the few public objects that engaged the attention
of the sparse settlement. After the opening of the old Sunbury
road, from the ahead of navigation on the Schuylkill to Fort
Augusta on the Susquehanna at Northumberland, in 1770, many
residents of Berks came up from the Blue mountain and found homes
in this valley.


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d'biss cousins site http://www.magiclink.com/web/kimrmc/m2-5.htm

M 2-5, Marten B. Dreibelbis, b, 10-15-1751, d, 9-10-1799
m, Catherine H. Merkel, daughter of George and Christina (Hill) Merkel,b, 1753, d, 1822



M 3-30 Rebecca M. Dreibelbis, b, 8-10-1776, d, 3-10-1825, Single.
M 3-31 Mary Magdalena Dreibelbis, b, 4-6-1778, d, 3-4-1841, m, (1) J.Reed (2) A. Snyder.
M 3-32 Jacob M. Dreibelbis, b, 8-22-1782, d, 12-2-1862, m, Anna MargaretMuche.
M 3-33 Catherine M. Dreibelbis, b, 1783, d, m, Michael Moses
M 3-34 George M. Dreibelbis, b, 1784, d, 1809, m, (1) E. Merkel (2) M.Weaver.
M 3-35 Daniel M. Dreibelbis, b, 1785, d, 1849, m, C. Leise
M 3-36 Elizabeth M. Dreibelbis, b, 1790, d, 1828, m, John Hughes
M 3-37 Christina M. Dreibelbis, b, 1795, d, m, Benjamin Potts
Mr. Dreibelbis, like his other brothers and sisters, had lost his fatherwhen a lad of ten years of age and tradition has it that he was raised bythe Merkel Family until he became of age.

In 1775, when but twemty-four years of age, Mr. Dreibelbis and his sisterPhilibena B. Dreibelbis migrated across the "Blue Mountain," to whattoday is known as Manheim Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania,which at that time was part of Berks County, Pennsylvania, and was stilla wilderness inhabited by Indians and wild animals.

It was at this place that Mr. Dreibelbis had bought land that hadbelonged to a man by the name of Fincher, who, with his entire family hadbeen massacred by these wild Indians. This land embraced the wholesection of what is now known as the borough of Schuylkill Haven,Pennsylvania; and it was at this place that Mr. Dreibelbis had settledand had built many thriving enterprises, living in an old mill that hadbeen on the place when he bought it, while he was building for himselfand family the house in which they then made their home for many yearsthat they had lived.

Some of the enterprises that Mr. Dreibelbis had founded and built in andaround Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania, were three or four large sawmills;two grist mills,; a distillery; a tannery; a general store for which hehad a hired a man by the name of Audenreid to operate it and take care ofthe clerical end of the business; also a blacksmith shop or forge; coalbreakers and many other necessary buildings; such as dwellings for hisworkmen, churches and schoolhouses for the community, etc; all of whichhad been used by the many folks that had been in the employ of Mr.Dreibelbis as well as those who had been associated with him in thevarious businesses that he had been involved in during his lifetime.

It was while building what was at that time considered a mansion home,which he was building for himself and his family, that he contracted asevere cold that later caused his death in the year of 1799.

Mr. Dreibelbis was a man of indomitable will and courage, vision andintellect, and is credited as having been the first real settler inSchuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania; settling on the east bank of theSchuylkill River at that place where he had built most of his substantialstone buildings, buildings that had proven very convenient in warding offsome of those early Indian incursions, as they had offered good places ofrefuge for the earlt settlers of the neighborhood against the murderousred man.

In the year of 1796 Mr. Dreibelbis secured from the state of Pennsylvaniathe right to dam the West Branch of the Schuylkill River for powerpurposes, and this project therefore had been the first power project ofits kind in the neighborhood or for that matter in any other section ofthe colonies, especially throughout the eastern section of the State ofPennsylvania. 
MARTIN B. DREIBELBIS
 
78 Mary Magdalena Dreibelbis, the daughter of John Jacob and Barbara(Burkhardt) Dreibelbis, was born in Richmond Township, Berks County,Pennsylvania, and grew to womanhood in that community

As we have noted above, Miss Dreibelbis had been married for her secondtime to Peter Wanner, her brother-in-law; she having been his third wife;as his first wife was Esther Rothermel, a sister to Peter H. Rothermel,and as we have noted above. There was one son born to Peter and Mary M.(Dreibelbis-Rothermel) Wanner.

It may have been that Mary Magdalena Dreibelbis might have been thedaughter of John Jacob Dreibelbis and Christina Scholl, for as will benoticed, she and her sister Catherine Dreibelbis were born in the sameyear as is noted on the grave markers in the Hope Cemetery in Kutztown,Pennsylvania.

D'bis Cousins web site 
Mary Magdalena Dreibelbis
 
79 second white child to be born in Schuykill County after her sister Rebecca
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"John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America, 1732-1990"
The notations in the book will interest you:
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"Mary Magdalena Dreibelbis, daughter of Martin and Catherine (Merkel)
Dreibelbis, was born in Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County, Pennslvania,and
grew to womanhood in that community. As we have noted here, MissDreibelbis
had been married twice: first to JOHANNES JEREMIAH REED, and this was the
first wedding in Scuylkill, but Mr Reed died a few years later, in fact in
1804, leaving her a widow with three little children at the age of 26years
of age in that then wild section that we today know as the coal region.
Just as to how long she had remained a widow is not known now but we doknow
that later on she had married for her 2nd husband, an Abraham Snyder andthat
they then migrated to Germantown, Ohio, where they made their livelihood
until death."
"Mr Reed is no doubt buried in Schuylkill Haven, PA" 
MARY MAGDELENA DREIBELBIS
 
80 from http://www.magiclink.com/web/kimrmc/history.htm
Driebelbiss Cousins of America

It was at the historical spot of Germantown, Pennsylvaia, that John JacobDreibelbis started his labors in America working for John and CasperWister, prominent businessmen of Germantown, Pennsylvania. It was hereand with these folks that he labored for the next eleven years, he nodoubt having been a redemptionist who had to work for the folks that hadsubscribed to his cost of passage to come to America.

Atter working for the Wisters for eleven years Casper Wister gave himfifty acres of land that he settled on, this land having been located inwhat was then Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, but which today is knownas Richmond Township, of Berks County, Pennsylvania; it was on this smallproperty that John Jacob Dreibelbis built his first log cabin home andother necessary farm buildings in 1743.

After migrating to this newly acquired property, Mr. Dreibelbis appliedto the Colony of Pennsylvania for addiontal land, so that on March 1,1750he secured a warrant for fifty acres(volume 24 of the Third series ofPennsylvania Archives). On this land Mr. dreibelbis erected his firstbuildings which were located near a large spring of water which theIndians had named "Dreibelbis Springs."

Records of land purchased by John Jacob Dreibelbis over a period of yearsindicate that it totaled approximately four hundred acres of RichmondTownship fertile soil.

During the time that he lived near Fleetwood, Pennsylvania he also hadsecured addiontal land from Anthony Lesher,which is located inRuscombmanor Township, Berks County,Berks Co. Pennsylvania; and with thisland including the land that he had acquired through Warrants, etc., hebecame the largest land owner in the district paying a tax of thirtypounds sterling per year to the Colony of Pennsylvania, and wasconsidered the largest taxpayer in the community.

Some of the land that was owned by John Jacob Dreibelbis had been theproperty of Thomas Penn, a son of William Penn,, who had acquired it at atime when the city of Reading, Pennsylvania had a population of onlythree hundred and fifty inhabitants.

The farm that John Jacob Dreibelbis had owned and on which he had madehis home, is located about one half mile east of the borough ofFleetwood, Pennsylvania, then known as Coxtown; and it was on this farmthat John Jacob Dreibelbis had lived and labored, ever striving to getahead, for he had managed so well and worked so hard in the short spaceof time that he had lived after he had bought the place (1743-1761), thathe reached the distinction, as we have stated before, of having been thelargest taxpayer and landowner in the district, and having accomplishedall this in the short space of eighteen years, as he was called home tohis reward on February 8, 1761, when but a young man of forty-seven yearsof age.

John Jacob Dreibelbis had left a family of seven Children when he died,and even though we have searched every available record thinkable in thevarious localities where Mr. Dreibelbis had lived during his lifetime, wehave not been able to come across any record of any marriages, as we feelthat he may have had two wives; so all that we do have concerninganything like any matrimonials is the notation in the Scholl history,page 197 of that history, where they state the Chritina Scholl had beenmarried to a Dreibelbis, and as John Jacob Dreibelbis had been the onlyDreibelbis in that section at the time, we assume that he was thatDreibelbis; then also there is on record in Book "Z-32" at thePennsylvania Historical Society's office,Pa. Historical Society, at 13thand Locust Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the baptism of a MartinDreibelbis and a sister of this Marten Dreibelbis, both children of JohnJacob and Barbara(Burkhardt) Dreibelbis; these noted are printed onclippings that were pasted in this Book, "Z-32". 
JOHN JACOB DREIBELBISS
 
81 OK -wasn’t expecting to find this! William Burns Thistlethwaite apparently married this woman in Feb. 1884 and listed 1884 as his year of immigration to the US. She does not have another marriage in either name that I found in the UK, or a death record. Perhaps they immigrated together?

Found her whole family in Liverpool in 1871 and 1881 w/ Flo and in 1891 w/o her

Found Florence K. Thistlethwaite - death in Whitby in 1859 at 87 years old - exactly right for birth in 1866 
Florence Drummond
 
82 14th ward in brooklyn in 1870 - Wm and Cornelia(!) with kids William, George and Emma, dates right, births right - it’s them
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1900 census with Wm.D son (Mary - d. in law) and Emma E. daughter
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1860 I think I found her in B’lyn with mother Elizabeth, sisters Ann and Isabella (married to Patrick Peters)
Helen was a cap sewer! - YEP - definitely, as Isabella Peters is living next door to her sister Helen Adams in the 1870 census
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In 1870 census Wm. Adams wife listed as Cornelia!! In 1880 and 1900 listed as Helena and Helenia, respectively. 1900 says that she had 4 live births and all were living so I think it's all the same woman. Same age, born in Ireland.

14th ward in 1870 census

Brooklyn Eagle on 10/19/1900 had real estate on Oceanic Ave to W. 37th stgoing to a Helena G. Adams

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from New York City Death Index
Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year CertificateNumber County Soundex
Adams Helena G 63 y Oct 20 1906 20581 Kings A352

applied for this on Feb 9, 2005 - got it March 14

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undertaker George W. Hamilton, 216 Bedford Ave.

buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Brooklyn
Prospect Hill section - lot # 166
1629 Bushwick Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207-1849
(718) 455-5300

died of Chronic Diffuse Nephritis

buried with

date of burial
husband John Adams 51 11/11/1893
son William D. Adams 61 10/16/1925
d-in-law Mary Jane M. Adams 85 8/15/1949
Mary's sister? Ida G. Moore 84 7/21/1949
Wm & Mary's daughter Helen 12 12/23/1902
?? William R. Adams 43 11/6/1947 
HELENA G. DUNLOP
 
83 Chronic Diffuse Nephritis HELENA G. DUNLOP
 
84 don’t know which... HELENA G. DUNLOP
 
85 don’t know which... HELENA G. DUNLOP
 
86 1880 census lists Lewisy E. as wife but 1900 census lists George W. andMariah again! Lewisy E.
 
87 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) 
ELISABETH EIB
 
88 Last name possibly Sheppard ELIZABETH ELAM
 
89 living with daughter Mary Emma in 1880 in New Hampshire Esther
 
90 Gravestone says Aug 2. death

Living with daughter in 1910 in Colorado

2 children listed in 1900 but only one living... 
Melissa J. Farrar
 
91 with daughter Melissa J. Farrar
 
92 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. 
Johanna Peter Federolf, , Sr
 
93 Age 83-5-14 Sarah Fettrow
 
94 Posted by Steve Fetrow on Tue, 23 Mar 1999, in response to Newberry Township, posted by Steve Whitcomb on Tue, 02 Mar 1999

Surname: Fettrow

I looked up Susanna in the Fetrow Geneology (Alan G. Fetrow, 1979) This summary lacks the data about many of the children. The info is as follows:
"Susanna (Fettrow) Welcomer b. 5/27/1809 Conewago Township, third born of Michael and Mary was married 12/22/1836 to Benjamin Welcomer, Jr who was born 2/11/1814, the son of Benjamin and Anna Mary Welcomer. Two daughters are recorded to this marriage, namely Sarah Welcomer B. 11/11/1837 and baptized at Salem Luthern Church in Dover and Mary Welcomer b. 12/10/1840 who died on her 13th birthday. There may have been other children. Susanna Welcomer departed this life 6/5/1875 and is buried at Pleasant Grove United Brethren Cemetery in Fairview Township. She and Ben resided in Newberry Township."
Hope this helps. Steve


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Weird - 1860 census - lists Benjamin as 47 (yes) and Susan as 52 (yes) but Susan is listed as a widow? All the children line up and they live with Leander Miller 
Susanna Fettrow
 
95 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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122. FINK, SEBASTIAN 6926 Kirchardt

William & Sarah, 1727
S H 7 (Surname on list: Vink 2 persons)


KIRCHARDT LUTHERAN KB:

May 14, 1726, Sebastian Finck, citizen and widower, and Anna Maria,daughter of Hans Jacob Meyer, former citizen.

Sebastian and Anna Maria were most likely the two listed as ( VINK 2persons)

Pennsylvania Records:

Trinity Lutheran KB., Lancaster:

Sebastian Finck and wife had:

1. Johannes b. Jan 3, 1730; sponsor Johnannes Bendter
2. Joh. Martin b. Oct 6, 1733; sponsor Joh. Geroge Bart
3. Anna Barbara b. Nov 2, 1734; sponsor John George Bart & wife
4. Anna Maria b. Mar 2, 1737; sponsor Joh. Geroge Bart & wife
5. Christinia b. May 8, 1738; sponsor Joh. George Bart & wife ( Allsp. from Kirchardt)

First Reformed KB, Lancaster:

Sebastian Finck and Christina Leibi had:

1. John Michael b:. Dec 23, 1739 sp. John Michael Barth & wifeBarbara Kline

Sebastian Fink was naturalized by act of 19, May 1739 
SEBASTIAN FINCK
 
96 Ran a steak stand at the Ephrata Street Fair for 52 years. [obit] Anna M. Fink
 
97 Asbestosis (Black Lung Disease) CHRISTIAN BUCH FINK
 
98 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. 
CHRISTIAN BUCH FINK
 
99 wife Pauline Claude Buch Fink
 
100 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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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
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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 
DANIEL FINK
 

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