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Sharing is the name of the game. I can share best by bringing you to my site.
I am interested in bringing new cousins to my private web site located with My Family.com. The site is loaded with Family pictures, Family Stories, History, Family recipes and space for your family information as well. There are already cousins there, and just about all have shared their information for you to gleen through. All will help you get through the site, all you have to do is ask. You can contact any of them and you can invite others you think might be interested. Hope to see you there, but I need your email address so I can send you a personal invite. Sorry, I guess that's the way they do things. I, too. would like it to be open for any and all who happen to find us.
Come in, catch your favorite beverage and prepare to stay a while. Make yourself at home, you are with famiy.
Samuel Hoffmire B. in NJ
Married Sarah Conroy NJ
Moved to Bedford Co., PA then to Knox Co., Ohio
Samuel fought in the Revolutionary War and is listed in the DAR.
He fought for a time in Ohio.
This Hoffmire family originates in the Netherlands, came to America first to NY, occupation was running a fish market, sold it, then migrated to NJ. Samuel is a name common in the family which confused researchers as to who was father and son.
Looking for ancesters of Samuel Davis and his wife, Fanny ?????. She born about 1793 in Chenango Co., NY He born ?????Mass. Wouldn't mind getting a complete list of their children also.
Lived in NY Then in Ohio.
Looking for ancestors of Alva Gilglogly of PA, and Ohio. Born 1827 Green Co., PA. Died, Morrow Co., Ohio.
Seeking parents of and any information on
John C. Lynch of Monroe Co., VA b.ca 1796
Married twice in the same Co., first to Ann Wiley,
second to Amelia Neil. (Our line is from this second marriage.)
The family later moved to Mercer Co., WV.
The Neil family connection would be of interest as well.
Other later families of this particular line envolve:
Tiller, Stewart, Conner. all of VA and WVA and
Whitt VA, WVA, and OH.
John Runyon, Sr of Brocks Gap, Rockingham Co., VA
married Anna Elizabeth Goodpastor (nearly possitive)
Looking for a positive connection to the NJ Runyons.
The Children of this family eventually married and moved into Ohio, KY, etc. being a prolific family they are everywhere now. <gin>
Christian Stemann b. 1747 Rt. Redstone, Lancaster Co., PA; around the approximate vicinity of present day Pittsburg, PA. Due to Indian strife the area whites were scattered about. Sometime later,Christian change their name to Stemen.
Family Bible states he married Hannah Barin in 1770
Our next connection with this family is in Rockingham Co., VA. in a census record. Christian is named with his oldest son.
They moved first back to Redstone, now Fayette Co., and from there on into Ohio.
They worked their way, litterally, clearing land settling first in Fairfield Co., OH, then into Lima, Allen Co., Ohio. There Christian, Sr. is buried in Salem Mennonite Cemetery. One of the first burials in the Cemetery.
Whitt, Robert enlisted in the Rev. War from Ameila Co., Va. b. 1755.
Married Peggy White in Montgomery Co., VA. They moved to Logan Co., Va which I believe was bounty land, for his service in the war.
Later, Robert Whitt came into Ohio with two of his sons. Then went back to Logan Co., where He applied for his pention. His oldest son, Robert, Jr., never left Logan Co., and raised his family there. Robert, Srs., second son, Edward which is our line.
The Whitt name is recorded back to 1624 in Charles City Co., VA.
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