I have an obit for Wm.J.KUHN who died 18 Mar 1897. It states "interment being made at the Catholic Cemetery at Lebanon". After some research, I think the cemetery may have been St. Mary's. Am I correct that this is the oldest RC Church in Lebanon? A 1923 Directory lists the cemetery at Chestnut cor. 2nd. This seems to correspond to a current listing I found. Can you please tell me if there is a transcription available for this cemetery and if the cemetery is very large.
I really appreciate the help. I have been searching for my great uncle for the last few years and I think I am on to something .
Thank you, Anne
Anne ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: December 30, 2006
looking for gggrandaughter of William White, Christine Rupert's new e-mail address. It was email@example.com however it no longer works
Carl White ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: December 19, 2006
John C.White b.abt1845 d.aft.1917 married Amanda Reedy ther son Jacob Edward White b.27 Mar 1878 bp.Friden's Lutheran Church Myerstown Pa. sp.parents John and Amanda(Reedy)White Jacob Edward White married Sadie E Etschberger 18 jan 1896.Looking for death dates and burial sites for above
Carl White ; email@example.com; Posted: December 18, 2006
I would like to have a good history of Lebanon County from 1780-1850. I am interested in Jonestown and East Hanover Twp. I have seen references to them together; was Jonestown at one time part of East hanover (instead of Swartara as it is now)? Was Jonestown at the time primarily farming? My g-grandfather was supposedly a shoemaker but lived in Jonestown -- so where did he sell his boots? Was there perhaps a major epidemic in the late 1830's?
I would like to write a narrative history of my g-grandfather but I am having difficulty finding anything of historical value concerning the area in the late 18th-early 19th century. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.'
Neil Webner ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: December 8, 2006
I am trying to locate a few copies of the Genealogy of the Kreiser Family (pub 1999). I have seen it referred to many times but have been unable to locate a source for it's purchase. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Please feel free to email me.
Susan M. Kreiser Hess ; email@example.com; Posted: December 7, 2006
I am looking for information on Levi & Lydia nee Walter Donton.
Census has name spelled Dondon,Douden,Donten,Douten. They lived in Bethel,Fredericksburg,Union Township.Pine Grove Area.Both were born 1825 in PA. Had children Mary born about 1843 cannot find anything on her after1850 Census.
Franklin Levi I know about, Sarah Ann born 1849 was suppose to have been married to a Mease with a daughter Isadora if anyone has information on these family relatives please contact me will share other information I have. Thank You
EVA LENGEL ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: November 14, 2006
Looking for the parents of Daniel Basehore b. abt 1825 Lebanon or Dauphin Pennsylvania. Daniel married Rebecca Kline from Dauphin or Lebanon Penn.
Daniel may have been married twice to a lady by the name of Lydia or Lizie.
I know Daniel's children who were all born in Dauphin or Lebanon Penn are ,
Any help would be appreciated
Glenn Basore ; email@example.com; Posted: November 8, 2006
Any information on the Leitzel living in and around Reading.
Washigton Leitzel (Elizabeth Gilbert)
Lincoln Leitzel (son of Washington)
Robert Leitzel ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: October 27, 2006
I am looking for any information on Irving W. Armpriester, born 1870 in Myerstown PA. I understand he had 3 sisters - Elizabeth (married a Landis in Myerstown), Mrs. John Dyson from Berwyn PA and a Mrs. W. H. Chamberlain of Brooklyn. He also had a brother but I have no name. I believe they were orphaned and he went to Ohio at age 9. Any information regarding his family would be very helpful. Also any suggestions about a further search,how to access any records re orphans, etc. would be appreciated since I am new to this. Thank You. E. Switzer
e. switzer ; email@example.com; Posted: October 24, 2006
Elizabeth Kleber, born 16 Sep 1764 to George Ludwig Kleber and Anna Magdalena Ellinger, married Patrick McKinney.
Patrick and (presumably) Elizabeth are recorded in Londonderry Twp, Dauphin Co, PA in the 1800 Census; in Annville, Dauphin Co, PA in the 1810 Census; in Londonderry Twp, Dauphin Co, PA in the 1820 Census; and in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA in the 1830 census.
Seeking contact with any descendants of this union or with researchers familiar with this family.
Larry Clever ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: October 17, 2006
Hi i was wondering if any one is working on Thomas c shay and elizabeth mcallister family tree i am working on my and was wondering who thomas and elizabeth parnets are i come off of Daniel k shay
thank you cindy
cindy wazelle ; email@example.com; Posted: October 5, 2006
HI, I AM LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS..THEY ARE JARIUS AND SARAH(PETERS) BOWERS. HE WAS BORN IN 1856 IN LEBANON PA. SHE WAS BORN IN 1862 NOT SURE WHERE. THEY HAD 6 CHILDREN RAYMOND, RALPH (MY GRANDFATHER), HERBERT,AND LUCY, RUTH ,AND MARTHA..THEY DIED IN 1929(MY GREATGRAM) AND 1939 MY GREATPAP. THEY MOVED TO ALTOONA PA SOMTIME BEFORE 1900 AS THE 1900 CENSUS HAS THEM IN ALTOONA THEN..ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT ...THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ THIS...THANK YOU , SARAH BOWERS
Sarah Bowers ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: September 26, 2006
Since I posted the last message, I've discovered more of my family... Christian Sechrist born 1848 in Annville and moved to Heidelberg.. Millcreek twp. I'm fairly certain his father was Jonathan or Jonas Sechrist ; whose parents were Henry & Hannah Sechrist...who owned a Hotel, I think in Annville or LEbanon... Henry was born in 1800 & died in 1874. His father could have been Solomon and Christina Sechrist... His parents : Lorentz.. Back to Bartholomew and Bartholomeus Segrist- Seigrist- Sechrist, who came over from France on the James Goodwill passenger ship.
I found a family Biography of Bartholomeus Segrist but unfortunately mine was destroyed and am unable to find the site, again... If anyone either knows the site I'm searching for, or has any information that can help me at all in my search, I would greatly appreciate it...
Please e-mail me at: email@example.com
Thanks again.... Molly
Molly Sechrist Gangaware ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: September 22, 2006
I'm reasearching the stohler side of my family. My gggrandmother was a stohler and i'm told they helped found the town of schaefferstown. I would like to find more information about her as i have no information regarding her first name, her parents etc. I know that she is buried in Mt Joy and that she had 2 brothers, one is my uncle rye (i think his name may be Uriah) and her other brother died from wounds received at the battle of antetim.
Would love to hear from anyone researching the stohler family.
Nancy beatty ; email@example.com; Posted: September 16, 2006
I am looking for any information on Susanna Miller b. June 14, 1816 Lancaster Co, Pa.. Before being married she lived in Schafferstown, Pa. I am not sure if the town was considered Lanc. Co. On Dec. 9, 1838 (Jackson Twp, Lebanon, Pa) she married Isaac Spang (my ggggrandfather) b. 1816. From this union came one son Isaac Spang b. 1839. Some time between the years 1839-1844 she married Absalom Gockley and had two more children: Levi and Leah. In 1850 Census they lived in Heidleburg Twp, Lebanon Co. Pa. I am trying to find out who her parents were and also trying to connect my ggggrandfather as being her husband and their getting a divorce. In 1844 Isaac is married to Lydia Daub. I have checked their marriage announcement for the parents names of both but found nothing. I need to find marriage papers with both of their parents name on it and also that there was a divorce. If anyone has information about these people I would really appreciate any help. It is the last part of the puzzle to 11 generations.
Charlene Sweigart ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: September 8, 2006
I am researching the family of:
Stanley Wenrich (9-22-1904) X Annie V Roth? (1906?)
Bessie DOB: Abt 1922
Helen DOB: Abt 1926
In 1930, Stanley & family lived in Pine Grove, Lebanon Cty, PA along with his sister in law, PEARL ROTH (18 yrs) and BETTY LOU SINTON (4months)
It is Pearl & Betty Lou who I have questions about. Pearl is my G-Great Grandmother, and she is listed as single in 1930 YET she later married Stanley Wenrich and had a child--BETTY LOU (born in Dec 1929) and I am thinking Betty is not Stanley's child as my family has been told...the census and different names and dates prove otherwise.
Anyone with information on how or where to obtain birth records in Pine Grove, or with any information on anyone listed here...please email me.
Mrs. Amy Hollenbach-Kresley
Amy Kresley ; email@example.com; Posted: August 19, 2006
My name is Diana Martin, and I am working as a research assistant attempting to compile genealogy information on the crew of the USS Monitor. I am currently looking for information on David Robert Ellis, alias Ellis Roberts, a coal heaver on the ship. Mr. Ellis was born in South Wales, England around 1836. He immigrated to the United States around the time of the beginning of the Civil War, possibly in 1862. He married Martha (Mattie) J. Keck on November 3, 1879 in Frostburg in Jefferson County Pennsylvania. The Service was performed by Reverend J. Medsgen. They had five children; John K. Ellis born 1880, Robert B. Ellis born 1882, Morgan Llewllyn Ellis born 1884, William O. Ellis born 1890 and Phoebe Ruth Ellis born 1896. After settling in Pennsylvania, David R. Ellis serviced his community as a minister of the gospel. He lived in various locations within the state such as Annville in Lebanon County Rockwood, and Somerset Pennsylvania. Rev. David R. Ellis died on August 28, 1908.
I write to you today to request your help in locating further information pertaining to this man’s life. Copies of vital records, newspaper articles, and/or family histories would be of great assistance.
Diana Martin ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: August 6, 2006
Looking for any information on Anna Elizabeth Smith lived in Lebanon county, Pa. Age about 82 years.
Nancy Morrison ; Morrison-Nancy@cooperhealth.edu; Posted: August 1, 2006
I am searchng for information of my great- great grandfather, Christian Sechrist. He was born on 5/10/1848 in Millcreek twp. in Lebanon county, Pa.He died on 2/10/1924 or 1925, living in West Lebanon twp. at the time. His wife's name was Emma...
His siblings were Adam, Jonathan, George, and 2 sisters..
His children were Franklin, Harvey, Milton, Cora, and Oliver.
I am searching for the identities of Christian's parents and any other information you may have on this branch of the Sechrist family..
Thank you for any information you can share.
Molly G. Sechrist Gangaware ; email@example.com; Posted: July 27, 2006
Looking for info on Samuel BROSS born 8-31-1891 - 7-27-1976
Need Samuel's children & grandchildren.
Trying to update the Bixler/Bicksler book from 1968.
Thanks Terry Bicksler
Terry Bicksler ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: July 23, 2006
I am looking for any documentation of a troop train derailment in or near Indiantown Gap in late 1945 or 1946. My uncle, James Billy Morgan, was killed in that accident. He was on his way home to Louisiana after serving the latter years of WW2 in Europe with no injuries. Any help or suggestions where to look for newspapers that would have covered such an incident would be most helpful as I would like to include this info in a family history I am preparing.
James Barry Morgan ; email@example.com; Posted: July 15, 2006
I am looking for info on Elizabeth Rhodes. Born June 17, 1854 Fredericksburg, Lebanon,PA. Married Christian L. King Oct.10 1872 in Roaring Springs PA. Died Nov.29 1938 New Enterprise PA Buried at Seventh Day Baptist Cemetary ,Salemville PA. They had three children Frank, William,Bertha. I am trying to find her parents and any other family. This is all the info I have. Thanks Lexie
lexie snyder ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: July 13, 2006
Looking for information on the Gensler's from Lebanon County.
Samuel Gensler born 6-27-1897 died on 7-?-1967
Violet I. Gensler - 10-26-1926
Mary Ann Gensler - 3-15-1930
Alice Mable Gensler - 3-15-1930
Samuel Andrew Gensler - 3-15-1933
Henry Lewis Gensler - 4-1-1932
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Trying to update the Bixler-Bicksler book from 1968.
Thanks Terry Bicksler
Terry Bicksler ; email@example.com; Posted: July 10, 2006
RE JACOB R. WOLF/WOLFE b 1823 m CAROLINE LEFFLER
their dtr CAROLINE WOLF/WOLFE m GEORGE FRANKLIN ZECHMAN
who were my great grandparents on paternal side.
Also AMOS WOLF/WOLFE b. 1819 brother to Jacob?
Any researchers of this family or living descendants? Appreciate any response, will gladly share what I have discovered. Thanks in advance.
Jan Snyder Leibin ; Jslgrland@yahoo.com; Posted: July 10, 2006
I am trying to find information regarding the parents and siblings of Joseph STILL b. Aug 22, 1834 in the Annville, PA area. He married Amelia TROXELL b. Jul 14, 1842 around 1861. The 1860 census shows a Joseph STILL age 23 as a laboror living with a young family. A John STILL age 52 as a servant living with a merchant. A Polly STILL age 42 and Sarah STILL age 20 living with a young family. A Mary Still age 12 living with yet another family. I have recently found a document that leads me to believe Joseph's fathers name is John. I am thinking these individuals may be a family that was separated due to finances. I would be interested in any information that would link the family together or would allow me to go back farther on this line.
Karla Essmiller ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: June 29, 2006
I'm the newly elected President of the Bicksler/Bixler Assoc.
We are attempting to update the Bicksler/Bixler book from 1968.
If you have any corrections or updates to the 1968 book.
Please E-Mail me at email@example.com or write me at:
2415 Mt. Zion Rd.
Fredericksburg, PA 17026
Terry Bicksler ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: June 25, 2006
I am looking for information on the BERKHEISER family in and about LEBANON CO. Special interest in years prior 1900, with great emphasis on pre 1850 and those relaterd to Nicholas, Jacob, and George Berkheiser. Any BERKHEISER buried in the Ebenezer cementery.
Robert P Berkheiser ; email@example.com; Posted: June 19, 2006
maybe buried at the Cem. in Kleinfeltersville Peter Brossman/Prossman/Brusman/ect born 1797 died unknowen
and his son and daughter-in-law Peter Brossman born 1817 died after 1880 married Barbara born about1820 died before 1880 they lived at Stricklerstown.
Thank You For any Help
Douglas H Good ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: June 5, 2006
I am looking for information on an old Lebanon family: the Gingrichs. My great-great-great grandmother Barbara Gingrich was born in the town of Lebanon, PA on Dec 23, 1810. She married William Farley from Ireland and moved to Jefferson County, PA where she died on Feb. 18, 1880. I know that her obituary appeared in Lebanon County papers. I believe the Gingrichs were a well known family. Does anyone know who her parents were? Do you have any other info on the Gingrich family? Thank you so much!
David Latona ; email@example.com; Posted: May 26, 2006
Would like any information on Jacob Stauffer (Stouffer)b. 1713, married to Magdelena Hess b. 1717
Murray Stauffer ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: May 21, 2006
I have established a SAYLOR DNA project at FamilyTreeDNA.
Participation in the project provides a testing discount.
The PRIMARY purpose is to validate a connection between the early Pennsylvania SAYLOR/SAYLER/SEILER families as suggested by the research of Richard Warren Davis. If validated through DNA testing this would connect the large families researched of Samuel J. Saylor (central PA) and Dr. E. C. Saylor (western PA).
The SECONDARY purpose is to bring together other SAYLOR/SAYLER/SEILER families and to complement the genealogical paper trail.
Testing is simple – requiring only a cotton swab of saliva from the mouth. Because the Y-chromosome DNA is passed from father to son virtually unchanged for hundreds of generations, the testing will focus on males with the SAYLOR/SAYLER/SEILER surname. Interested females are not excluded; but, must have a brother, father or male cousin submit a test.
You will find additional information on the following web page:
Stewart R. Saylor
Stewart R. Saylor ; email@example.com; Posted: May 20, 2006
Looking for anyone with information about a WEIKEL family in Lebanon. My Great Grandma Sally (Mullen) Gast's sister Elizabeth Mullen married a Weikel, and I believe that they lived in Lebanon. Elizabeth (also known as Lizzie) was born in about 1850 in Lancaster County, PA.
George Gast Stradtman, Jr. ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: May 19, 2006
Harvey F. Hollenbach married Amanda A. Bechtel and had children:
Russell (1935?), Harry (1931), Howard (1936), Anna, Mary, Ida, Mae, Myrtle and Leroy (died at age 16)
*Father and mother eventually died and children were placed in Jonestown working farm/orphanage.
Amanda A. Bechtel married Harvey F. Hollenbach. They had the above children and I have no information on parents of either one.
Philip Thomas is said to have been born in Lancaster County, Pa, around 1795. He later moved onward to New York area.
Any information on these surnames or the Jonestown orphanage, please email me.
amy hollenbach-kresley ; email@example.com; Posted: May 11, 2006
Looking for a marriage date for William Ulrich and Mary A. ? about 1859 in Lebanon County, Fredericksburg.
Dorothy ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: May 6, 2006
Looking for information concerning my father Umberto (Larry) Coletti.
Frank coletti ; email@example.com; Posted: May 4, 2006
Looking for the descendants of Leonhardt Strickler, born 1775, Millbach, Lebanon Co., PA, who was married to Mary Elizabeth Becker. They married 1802 Lebanon Co., Pa. He died 1846, Lebanon Co., PA.
Eric Stumpf ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: May 1, 2006
Can you provide the names of businesses and permit agencies that provide permits and guidelines for gold panning in the water-ways of Cornwall region. Thanks for your help.
Paul Meinhardt ; email@example.com; Posted: April 25, 2006
Looking for birth and parents of Hanna Matilda HOSKINS/HARKINS born cir 1822 in Colebrook.
Richard LUTZ ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: April 13, 2006
I am looking for the spouse and children of George W. Meily b. 1798 in Lebanon County. I believe that he was the son of John Emanuel Meily b. 1776. I am specifically looking to find out if Benjamin G. Meily b. 1824 in Lebanon Co. is his son.
Dorinda Burrell ; email@example.com; Posted: April 13, 2006
Would some kind person PLEASE be able to look up an Obituary for my ancestor as follows.
Alfred John Hall PHASEY also known as John Hall PHASEY died at LEBANON, Pennsylvania, USA on 2nd July 1917.
His death was reported in the "Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin".
However, I would like to find his Obituary and Burial details.
If anyone can assist, it would be greatly appreciated. Debbie (Australia)
D. Smith ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: April 11, 2006
I am in search of information on Samuel Foster Henry and family.
Samuel moved with his family to Lebanon County between the 1900 and 1910 census. He had children that grew up in this area as well as married and stayed there !
Samuel died we believe in 1925.......I am in search of a copy of his death date / obit.....his children are as follows:
Willoughby Andrew Henry
Charles Henry married Annie Brown.
Mary M. Henry married James Shehan.
Rebecca J. Henry married Harry C. Stonebraker.
James Henry ....????
Posse Henry ....?????
Anything on this family would be of GREAT help!
Thank You all
Bea ; beair@verizon..net; Posted: April 6, 2006
I would like information re: St. Catherine's Orphanage Asylum that was actve in Lebanon, PA in the 1900's.
K. Cavanaugh ; email@example.com; Posted: April 5, 2006
To whom it may concern:
As I was walking from 2nd & Locust from the V A Colt bus to the Trailways bus stop at Cumberland I was looking at a gravesite with Elizabeth KEEN 5/23/1796 1/22/1852 Leb Cty Pa s & Joseph KLINE nmi They are on Page 6 of my book Desc. of Jacob KEEHN Page 1 to 6 This is all the info on Liz up to her family. Source: 1790 Census in Alsace as KIEHN 2M 1M-16 2F also 1800,1810,1820 Exeter, Letter of Agreement Churches are: Schwarzward Note: Peter KIEHN lived on Oley Turnpike Rd,Exeter (5) Peter 1761 BC 9/16/1828 BC M 1788 Elizabeth SCHLONECKER 7/14/1770 BC 6/30/1868S P Michael & Maria (HEILIG) SCHLONECKER-see SCHLONECKER family book at Penn room had 11C 1 Jacob Johann 2/22/1789 BC 3/3/1852 BC
Descendents of Jacob & Susanna KIEHN 1790 Census
THE KUHN, KIEHN, KEEHN, KEEN FAMILY
Sources of Information: Books located at: Abbreviation
1 Berks County Genealogical Society BCGS
2 Genealogical Library at the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints GLCJC
3 Historical Society of Berks County HSBC
4 Penn Room at Reading Public Library PRRPL
5 Research room at the Berks County Court House RRCH
Books: 6 History of Berks County page# 6p#
7 The Annal of Buffalo Valley page# 7p#
8 Churches are: Host H Schwarzward S
1st Reformed R Trinity Luthern T
9 Cemetaries are: Schwarzward S Aulenbach A
10 Birth, Marriage, Death, Wills & Census Records
11 Obituaries from Newspapers
Abbreviations: A-age B-born BC-Berks County,Pa BF-from last
generation Bu Buried at C-children D-died For more information-see g-generation M-married ng-Next Generation see # nmi-no more info P-Parents s-spouse unk-unknown W=wife
KUHN (U with an umlat) in the German Immigration Records showing Jacob, A21 & his brother Peter, A18 came over on the Ship Marlborough, Thomas Bell, Master, from Rotterdam & Cowes, arrived in Phila., 9/23/1741. There was another ship that carried a Jacob Kuhn to America, It was the ship Neptune, John Mason,Captain, on 10/4/1752. This is what is known of Jacob's Descendency down to & after 1850. There is room on the sheets for additionial information on dates & names of the families listed. This is written by George Henry KEEHN, (GeorgeKeehn@Yahoo.Com) so that other descendents will have this information.
Notes for Jacob KUHN "The Elder". The following is a partial abstract of his will. Jacob KUHN, Reading, Pa., cod. Sep 30 Sep 17,1793 - Nov 12,1793. Provides for wife Susanna. To 4 sons, Jacob, John, Peter, & George 300 pounds which is due from Martin Rothemel for the Plantation & Gristmill I sold him. To each of my 9 children Jacob, John, Peter, George, Anna Maria wife of Theobald HABERACKE, Susanna wife of Jacob SMECK, Elizabeth W of Valentine BEYER, Catharine W of Adam GERRET, & Magdalena. 200 pounds. Rem. at wifes dec. to above 9C. Sons Jacob, John, Peter, & George Extrs. Witnessed by Johannes Printz & John Spyker.
To get an idea of the wealth of Jacob, log onto the Colonial Williamsburg site for help with the conversion of Pounds to dollars, and the pay scale of the times. What can be found is that the average yearly wage for a craftsman during this time period is 30 pounds. If one considers the fact that Jacob sold a plantation and gristmill for 300 pounds, we can see that the selling price is approximately 10 years wages. We can also see that Jacob left a
s Nancy Anna BREAHM ng
2 Catharina 4/6/1791 BC 11/4/1799 BC
3 Magdalene 5/28/1793 M BURKHARD nmi
4 Elizabeth 1/24/1795 7/25/1795
5 Elizabeth 5/23/1796 1/22/1852 Leb Cty Pa s Joseph KLINE nmi
6 Johann 7/4/1799 1/20/1852 s Marianne ng
7 Samuel 6/2/1801 12/25/1869 M #1Elizabeth Sarah FRY ng
#2Anna HUNTER ng #3Lydia SPOHN ng
8 Peter 6/17/1803 10/14/1823 nmi
9 Daniel 12/10/1805 M Catharine ng
10 Charles 12/8/1807 10/15/1867 s Maria BEITEMAN ng
11 Catherine 1/1/1811 M Isaac SPATZ nmi
N ð€ ð€ +(Generation 1*1)$YELIZABETH KEEHN-2007: b. 23 May 1796 Exeter, Berks, Pa.; d. 22 Jan 1852 , Lebanon Cty, PA & ( &l( 8 (Generation 2*2)$\PETER KIEHN-1963: b. 16 Nov 1762 , Berks, Pa.; m. 1788 SEE N.G.; d. 16 Sep 1828 , Berks, Pa.( T (3)$TELIZABETH SCHLONECKER-1964: b. 14 Jul 1770 , Berks, Pa.; d. 30 Jun 1860 , Berks, Pa. ^ ( ^l( p (Generation 3*4)$MJACOB KIEHN-1978: b. 18 Oct 1720 , , Germany; d. 15 Oct 1793 , Berks Cty., PA( Œ (5)$GSUSANNA M UNKNOWN-1979: b. 20 Sep 1728; d. 20 Sep 1799 , Berks Cty., PA( š (6)$UMICHAEL John SCHLONECKER-1216: b. 29 Jul 1727 , , Germany; m. 26 Mar 1749 New Hanover*, , PA; d. 7 Jul 1812( ¶ (7)$6Maria ANNE HEILIG-1217: b. 30 Mar 1730; d. 30 Jun 1808 À ( Àl( Ò (Generation 4*8)$ KIEHN-1019( î (12)$OJohn MICHAEL SCHLONECKER-1256: b. , , Germany; d. 13 Dec 1769 New Hanover, , PA( ü (13)$.UNKNOWN-1257: d. 20 Nov 1751 New Hanover, , PA( (14)$3JOHANN HEINRICH HELLIG-640: b. 1694; d. 14 May 1775( (15)$0SUSANNA RITTENHOUSE-638: b. 1698; d. 13 Dec 1769 " ("l(4 (Generation 5*24)$ADAM SCHLONECKER-1258ÿ
I will send the other 5 pages to anyone interested
George Keehn ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: March 31, 2006
I am looking for information on Christ family in Pa. I was trying to reach Brenda Creasy, but can not find a current e-mail account. any help would be appreciated.
Jeff Neville ; Jeff.email@example.com; Posted: March 21, 2006
Where exactly, in what cemetary is
Franklin Stichler 1859-1879 of the "Blue-Eyed Six" buried. I was under the assumption burial was @ the Moonshine Church, but he's not included in the list provided. Another website lists the burial site as "family plot a short distance from St. Jospeh's Spring,"
another, @ Indiantown Gap, Lebanon, PA. Please clarify.
missy ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: March 20, 2006
I'm looking for family information on David Elliott (1830-1900) and Sarah Anne (Rank) Elliott (1824-1896) who lived in the Lickdale/Rankstown area of Lebanon County.
Need information on the parents of these two individuals and information on their descendents, especiall son Daniel William Elliott (m.Emmaline Leitz), and his son William David Elliott (m.Sarah K. Eisenhauer).
Lynn Rutkowski ; email@example.com; Posted: March 15, 2006
According to the Eyerly Family History 17-14-1972, Jacob Eier (Eyerly) died in Lebanon, PA on April 18, 1823. I have searched the cemetary listings on the Web, but I've had no luck finding any record of his burial site. I assume he would have been buried in or near Lebanon. I'd appreciate any information that could be given.
Richard Eyerly ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: March 11, 2006
Henry Haak born in 1833 Myerstown, married Amanda Lehman born 1844 Lebanon, trying to find information on both ther ancestry. Any help would be grealy appricated
ELH ; email@example.com; Posted: February 25, 2006
Looking of other spellings or anything on this Family 1800 to 1820's
Douglas H Good ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: February 16, 2006
Looking for information on Warren Miller born abt 1868, I believe in Lebanon County. Father may have been John Miller of Bethel Twp. Warren married Susan Clelan from Perry County.
Joanne Miller ; email@example.com; Posted: January 31, 2006
Searching for Johann Niclaus (John Nicholas) Ensminger
B 22 July 1732 (Baptism 22 July 1732, Mattstall, Alsace
D 28 April 1781 Lebanon Twp., Lebanon Co PA. Buried at Hill (Hull?)(Salem?) Church. Marrried 18 May 1754 to Christina Elizabeth Philippi. Christina was b 3 November 1734 and d 31 August 1803. They had a son Christian Ensminger b 8 June 1762 and d 6 March 1836. Trying to find any records.
Pat Decker ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Posted: January 10, 2006
Wallace's 1966 History of Lebanon Valley College is supposed to have a picture on page 74 of Rev. Isaiah W. SNEATH. I am wondering if someone has the book and would scan a copy of his picture to me. I would appreciate it.
Selma ; email@example.com; Posted: January 1, 2006