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Gebhard SULTZBACH III7,45 was born about 1105 in Sulzbach, Amberg, Oberpfalz, Bayern. He died on 23 Oct 1188. Parents: Berengar SULTZBACH II and Adelaide WOLFRATSHAUSEN.


Gertrude SULTZBACH.45 Parents: Berengar SULTZBACH II and Adelaide WOLFRATSHAUSEN.


Mathilde SULTZBACH.45 Parents: Berengar SULTZBACH II and Adelaide WOLFRATSHAUSEN.


Mary SULYARD.1

Spouse: John CORNWALLIS. Children were: Lady Elizabeth CORNWALLIS.


Utha Von Or Passau SULZBACH7,213 was born about 1065 in Of, Austria. Parents: Ulric Von PUTTEN and Adelaide Von FRANTENHAUSEN.

Spouse: Engelbert CARINTHIA II. Engelbert CARINTHIA II and Utha Von Or Passau SULZBACH were married in . Children were: Engelbert ISTRIA, Rapoto ORTENBERG I, Mathida Von SPONHEIM.


Living SULZER.5,94

Spouse: Living SCHNELL.


Christina SUMAITT3,294 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 37872.


Aaron SUMAN3,413 was born on 3 May 1759 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died on 9 Aug 1828 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,3727 He was buried Unknown in Middletown, Frederick County, MD Refd. 147.3,413 He is reference number 92362. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Catherine COBLENTZ. Aaron SUMAN and Catherine COBLENTZ were married on 24 Nov 1790 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1467291


Albert E. SUMAN3,413 was born on 18 Dec 1819.3,413 He died WFT Est 1820-1909.3,413 He is reference number 94623. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Albert Ellsworth SUMAN3,413 was born on 16 Mar 1763 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died on 16 Mar 1842 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He is reference number 94604. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Mrs. Jean Suman gave me two birth dates March 16 & Aug. 17 in 1763. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Mary E. LANTZ. Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ were married on 22 Feb 1819 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508034 Children were: Albert E. SUMAN, Lydia SUMAN, Maria SUMAN, Elinor SUMAN, John SUMAN, Isaac C.B. SUMAN, Mary Elizabeth SUMAN.


Anna (Maria) SUMAN3,413 was born about 1774 in Frederick County, MD.3,413 She died on 9 Sep 1862 in Wayne County, Ohio.3,413 She is reference number 92194. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Ethnicity/Relig.]3,413 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Locations]3,413 [boyd-trees.ged]







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Tried to find her obit in Wayne County newspaper but the issues around the time of her death are not on film 1/1994.
On 2/24/94 I visited the WRHS and examined the book, 'Pennsylvania in 1800'. The only name close is Peter Suman in Hempsfield Township of Westmoreland County, PA. page 227:07
At WRHS I checked the Penna 1820 Census Index and there are no names close to Suman but in the "Index to 1810 Census of Pennsylvania" by Ohio Family Historians I found:
Sumane, Samuel Westmoreland County E. Huntington Twp pg. 827
Summane, Jacob ditto
Summans, Cale Chester County E. Nantmill Twp pg. 237

At WRHS the book, "The 1812 Census of Ohio," by T.L.C. Genaealogy includes a Mosas Suman in Guernsey County, Ohio
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May 3, 1994 at Western Reserve Historical Society- Henry R. Baldwin Records Vol. 44-46 page 94.
He lists members of Captain David Clark's Co. 138 Regiment
Served Jan 12, 1814 - Feb 22, 1814 raised north of the Ohio and west of the Big Beaver. He included John Suman
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The book "The Horn Papers" Vol. III lists early land purchases in the Pennsylvania Counties of Fayette, Greene and Washington. There are no Suman's mentioned.
___________________________________________________________ Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Joseph EICHAR. Joseph EICHAR and Anna (Maria) SUMAN were married on 20 Nov 1800 in Greensburgh, PA By Rev. A. Stake.3,413 Reference Number:1462724 Children were: Eleanor EICHAR, Nancy EICHAR, Peter EICHAR, Elizabeth W. EICHAR, Ann EICHAR, Roseannah EICHAR, Joseph EICHAR Jr., David EICHAR, Lycurgus EICHAR.


Catalina SUMAN3,413 was born in 1761 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 She died in 1842 in Washington County, TN.3,413,1935 She is reference number 92359. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Locations]3,413 Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Robert (Or Macklin) MCLIN. Robert (Or Macklin) MCLIN and Catalina SUMAN were married WFT Est 1791-1825.3,413 Reference Number:1467226

Spouse: William MATHEWS. William MATHEWS and Catalina SUMAN were married WFT Est 1791-1825.3,413 Reference Number:1467231


Eleanor SUMAN3,413 was born on 9 Jan 1772 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 She died on 20 Jun 1840 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 She is reference number 94607. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Samuel BUZZARD Jr.. Samuel BUZZARD Jr. and Eleanor SUMAN were married on 19 Dec 1787 in Frederick County, MD.3,413 Reference Number:1508119

Spouse: Mathias GLASHE. Mathias GLASHE and Eleanor SUMAN were married on 19 Dec 1807 in Frederick County, MD.3,413 Reference Number:1508125


Elinor SUMAN3,413 was born on 9 Sep 1826.3,413 She died WFT Est 1827-1920.3,413 She is reference number 94626. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Ely SUMAN3,413 was born about 1810.3,413 She died WFT Est 1811-1904.3,413 She is reference number 94679. Parents: Isaac SUMAN and Catherine GROFT.


Garrett SUMAN3,413 was born on 8 Apr 1767 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died WFT Est 1813-1859 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He is reference number 94610. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Ann (Bousart) BUZZARD. Garrett SUMAN and Ann (Bousart) BUZZARD were married in 1809 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508207


Isaac SUMAN3,413 was born on 9 Sep 1755 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,3728 He died before 1820 in Ohio.3,413 He is reference number 92591. [boyd-trees.ged]







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In a list of Frederich County, MD burieals there are two Isaac Suman's
Isaac P. 1825 - 1888 buried Mt. Olive in Frederick #200
Isaac 1794 - 1825 Same Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Catherine GROFT. Isaac SUMAN and Catherine GROFT were married on 24 Jun 1808 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1471869 Children were: Ely SUMAN, Sarah SUMAN, James SUMAN.


Isaac C.B. SUMAN3,413 was born on 4 Jan 1831.3,413 He died WFT Est 1832-1921.3,413 He is reference number 94628. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Jacob SUMAN3,413 was born in 1766 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died in 1826 in Montgomery County, OH.3,413,1935 He is reference number 94605. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Locations]3,413 Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Mary (Polly) TEMPLING. Jacob SUMAN and Mary (Polly) TEMPLING were married on 22 Dec 1787 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508065


James SUMAN3,413 was born about 1810.3,413 He died WFT Est 1811-1900.3,413 He is reference number 94681. Parents: Isaac SUMAN and Catherine GROFT.


John SUMAN3,413 was born in 1773 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died WFT Est 1797-1864.3,413 He is reference number 94608. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Margaret SNYDER. John SUMAN and Margaret SNYDER were married on 14 May 1791 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508144


John SUMAN3,413 was born on 6 Dec 1828.3,413 He died WFT Est 1829-1918.3,413 He is reference number 94627. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Lydia SUMAN3,413 was born on 19 Aug 1821.3,413 She died WFT Est 1822-1915.3,413 She is reference number 94624. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Maria SUMAN3,413 was born on 21 Dec 1823.3,413 She died WFT Est 1824-1917.3,413 She is reference number 94625. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Mary Elizabeth SUMAN3,413 was born on 10 Oct 1833.3,413 She died WFT Est 1834-1927.3,413 She is reference number 94629. Parents: Albert Ellsworth SUMAN and Mary E. LANTZ.


Peter SUMAN3,413 was born on 10 May 1730 in Schriesheim, Germany.3,413,3356 He died on 17 Aug 1781 in Frederick County, MD.3,413 He is reference number 92593. [boyd-trees.ged]







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There is a number of spellings of this name, Sueman, Shuman, Suman, Suhman, summan.


In December, 1994 I received a great deal of information from Mrs. Jean Suman of Overland Park, Ks. and the names and dates of this family are primarily from this source. She included about 20 pages copied from a book or paper titled, "Keeping the Lamp of Rememberance Lighted" by Elmer Martin Jackson, Jr. and published Dec. 1985 by Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co.. The following is my summation of this lengthy story about Peter Suman.

May 30, 1730
Peter was born in Schriesheim, Germany. This town is less than 10 miles straight north of Heidelberg. Heidelberg has long been a major university town and there is major ruined castle there. It was not ruined until the French came over. We are told that Peter was a Protestant of the Bretheren faith and his family may have suffered greatly during earlier religious wars.

1749
In this year Peter decided to leave Germany and he goes to Rotterdam where he boards the ship, Dragon, under the leadership of a Captain Spencer. The ship goes to Deale, England ( just below the mouth of the Thames on the Channel). The records indicate that 562 passengers are on board. We can assume that Peter had unusual wealth as he is one of only 6 passengers on board who paid the $35.00 passenger charge. The rest of the passengers came to the USA as indentured people that the captain could auction for their passage fees. The ship arrives in Philadelphia September 26, 1749. It appears that Peter could read and write German.

1750's
The author notes that a Peter Sume is registered as a land owner in Tulpe Hocken, in Heidelburg Township of what is now Lancaster County. In my 1994 map it appears to be a suburb of Philadelphia about 12 miles from the river.

1754
About this time Peter married Eleanor Miller, the daughter of Michael Miller. Miller is described as being from Conocheague Church. The author gives a lengthy description of the problems the German settlers received from the English and particularly the Penn's. He reports that many Germans had their land appropriated and this caused Peter to leave for Virginia. The story is that he and Eleanor reached Frederick County, Maryland and decided to stay. Mrs. Sumans letter states that all of the childred were born in Md. The family eventually settled at Birkittsville, Md. which is about 10 miles west of Frederick and 6 miles north east of the junction of the Potomac and Shennandoah Rivers. Today it is the border of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
Note that in this time the area is considered western Maryland and there were some nasty Indians not very far away to the west.

September 9, 1755
Son, Isaac Suman is born.

May 3, 1759
Son, Aaron Suman is born.

1761
Daughter, Catalina Suman is born.

March 16, 1763
Son, Albert Ellsworth Suman is born.

1763
The French and Indian War ends and life in western Maryland appears a bit safer.

1766
Son, Jacob Suman is born.
In this year Peter signs a petition in Maryland to replace Peter Bainbridge as magistrate in Upper Middletown Valley.
April 8, 1767
Son, Garrett Suman is born.

November 24, 1767
Son, Peter Suman is born. There certainly is something incorrect in this year. This has Peter born only seven months after his big brother Garrett.

January 9, 1772
Daughter, Eleanor Suman is born.
At sometime in this period Peter is named Constable of Catoctin Hundred by the government which is essentially Great Britain.

1773
Son, John Suman is born.

About 1774
Daughter Anna (Maria?) Suman was born.

July, 1776
Declaration of Independence is completed. This obviously divides the country in to pro-independence and pro-England group that do not trust or like each other.

January 27, 1777
Son, William Suman is born.

1781
Some English and Hessian prisoners are held in the Frederick, Maryland area. We learn that Peter's father-in-law, Michael Miller is a large supporter of the Revolution as he supplies a number of blankets to the army. A plot is uncovered that calls for British troops supported by Indians to come down from Canada and Detroit through Pittsburgh to Frederick. The aim of this invasion is to free the prisoners held by the Americans and then go east to help the British in Virginia. There is a suggestion that Peter is one of several local citizens suspected of being ready to welcome and help the English invaders.

July 25, 1781
On this day Peter and Nicholas Andrews, John George Graves, Yost Plecker, Adam Graves, Henry Shell and Casper Fritchie are convicted of treason and are sentenced under English law for this crime. Many people believe that as a member of the Brethren faith Peter was a pacifist and would not actively support any side at war. Casper Fritchie was probaly related to Barbara Fritchie who lived in Frederick. The judge was Alexander Contee Hanson

The sentence of the judge is as follows........
It has been suggested to the Court that not withstanding your Guilt has been ascertained by an Impartial Jury, you consider the proceedings against you as nothing more than a Mockery, and have adopted the Vain Idea, propagated by the Enemies of Your County that she dare not punish her unnatural Subjects for engaging in the service of Great Britain...
From the strange insensibility you have heretofore discovered, I have been forced to conclude that you are laboring under a Delusion which may prove fatal to your prospects of Future Happiness in the Hereafter.
The crime of which you have been Convicted, upon the clearest and fullest evidence, is of such a Nature that you cannot and must not look for Pardon.
Had it pleased Heaven to permit the Full Execution of your unnatural Designs, the Miseries to be experienced by your devoted Country would have been dreadfuil even in the Contemplation....
The Ends of Public Justice, the Dictates of policy, the feelings of Humanity, all require that you should serve as an awful Example to your Fellow-Subjects; and the Dignity of the State, with everything that can interest the Heart of Man, calls to the Heavens for your just punishment....
If the Consideration of approaching Fate can inspire proper Sentiments, you will pour forth your Thanks to that watchful Providence, which has arrested you at an early stage of Guilt; and you will employ the short time you have to live in endeavoring by sincere Penitence to obtain Pardon from that Almighty Being who is to also sit in Judgement upon you, upon me, upon this faithful jury, and upon all mankind.
I must now perform the painful Task of announcing the terrible Punishment ordained for High Treason.....
You (he then pronounced the names of the convicted) and each and every one of you, attend to your Sentence....
You shall be carried from this place to the Goal of Frederick County, and hence to the gallows of Fredericktown and be hanged thereon. You shall be cut down to the Earth alive, and your Entrails shall be taken out and burnt while you are yet alive; your Head shall be cut off; your Body shall be divided into four Parts, and your Head and Quarters shall be placed where His Excellency - the Govenor - shall appoint for public exhibition..... So God have Mercy upon your Poor Souls.

August 17, 1781
Peter and two others are executed. Their land is appropriated.
Eleanor and some friends had to go around the town of Frederick and pick up the pieces of Peter, if you will. The report says that he was buried at Asherman or Ausherman School. In another part it states that the graves are just off Broad Run Road, just below the Mount Pleasant Church in Burkittsville. In still another place they refer to Pleasnat View Church of the Brethren in Burkittsville.

1796
After much legal action the land taken in 1781 is returned to Eleanor.

Spouse: Eleanor MILLER. Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER were married before 1755.3,413 Reference Number:1463555 Children were: Isaac SUMAN, Aaron SUMAN, Catalina SUMAN, Albert Ellsworth SUMAN, Jacob SUMAN, Garrett SUMAN, Peter SUMAN, Eleanor SUMAN, John SUMAN, Anna (Maria) SUMAN, William SUMAN.


Peter SUMAN3,413 was born on 24 Nov 1767 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died on 15 Jun 1844 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He is reference number 94606. [boyd-trees.ged]







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November 24, 1767
Born

1795
Frederick County court records indicate that he buys a lot in the new town of Middletown, Md.
There is a strong possiblity that Peter moved or bought property in Westmoreland County, PA about this time. His sister, Anna married Joseph Eichar in 1800 in Westmoreland County and it is possible that she was there to visit this person her brother.

January 23, 1798
Peter Sueman (spelling OK) buys a downtown lot in Greensburg, Westmoreland County, PA. He pays 100 Pounds to Christopher Truby and his wife Isabella for lot #28 being a corner on Main and Second Streets measuring 58-1/2 by 99 feet and adjoining lot #64 the McClelland House.

December 12, 1801
Peter Suman sells the downtown Greensburg lot to John Kirkpatrick.

1803
There is a mention in the History of Frederick County, Md (Page 574) of Peter being one of the organizers of a lottery in Middletown to raise money for a town fire engine.

1805
There is a Frederick County court record of Peter transfering the lot he bought in 1795 to Henry Keller in Frederick County, Md.

June 13, 1816
There is deed in Frederick County, Md for Peter Shuman of Montgomery County, Ohio and wife Anna for $600. Peter appoints Richard Templin and Thomas Powell of Frederick as attorneys. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Ann TEMPLING. Peter SUMAN and Ann TEMPLING were married on 25 Jun 1791 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508091


Sarah SUMAN3,413 was born about 1810.3,413 She died WFT Est 1811-1904.3,413 She is reference number 94680. Parents: Isaac SUMAN and Catherine GROFT.


William SUMAN3,413 was born on 27 Jan 1777 in Frederick County, MD.3,413,1935 He died on 14 Jun 1868 in Mad River, OH.3,413,1935 He is reference number 94609. Parents: Peter SUMAN and Eleanor MILLER.

Spouse: Margaret KEMP. William SUMAN and Margaret KEMP were married WFT Est 1808-1842 in Dayton, OH.3,413,1935 Reference Number:1508183


Lord Of Isles Reginald SUMARLIDASSON7,17,175,176,313,377 was born in 1148 in Of, Morven, Argyle, Scotland. He died in 1207. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: LORD]377 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9T9R-9N
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1 NAME Reginald, Lord Of The /ISLES/ Parents: Somerled ISLES and Ragnhildis OLAFSDATTER.

Spouse: Fonia De MORAY. Lord Of Isles Reginald SUMARLIDASSON and Fonia De MORAY were married about 1185. Children were: Helen DE L'ISLE.


Barbara SUMMER395 was born in 1744 in Lexinton, SC.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.

Spouse: John KOON. John KOON and Barbara SUMMER were married.


David SUMMER395 was born about 1784 in Lexington, Newberry Co., SC.395 He died on 1 Nov 1859 in Morgan City, TN.395 He was buried in Nelson Cemetary Unmarked Grave, Morgan Co., TN.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.

Spouse: Charlotte FULMER. David SUMMER and Charlotte FULMER were married about 1808.395


Elizabeth SUMMER.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.


Francis "Franz" SUMMER395 was born in 1756 in Newberry, SC.395 He died in 1810 in Lexington District, Near Newberry Line.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.

Spouse: Margaret EPTING.

Spouse: Christina HIPP. Children were: Sarah SUMMER, Mary M SUMMER, John SUMMER.


George SUMMER395 was born in 1776 in Lexinton, SC.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.


George Adam SUMMER395 was born on 28 Oct 1760 in SC.395 He died on 1 Oct 1834 in SC.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.


Henry SUMMER395 was born in 1746 in PA.395 He died in 1790 in SC.395 He lived in Orangeburg (North Part) SC in 1790.395 He was also known as Heinrich. He was in Blacksmith.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.

Spouse: Christina DOMINICK. Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK were married in 1771 in Lexington Dist., S.C..395 Children were: Elizabeth SUMMER, Barbara SUMMER, George SUMMER, Mary Susanna SUMMER, John Henry SUMMER, Nicholas SUMMER, David SUMMER.


John SUMMER395 was born in 1779 in Cross Roads, SC.395 He died in 1855.395 He was also known as Peg-Leg. Parents: Nicholas SUMMER and Eva Margaret SEASE.

Spouse: Mary HOUSEAL.


John SUMMER395 was born in 1797 in Lexinton Dist., SC.395 He died in 1867.395 He was also known as Yellow-Leg. Parents: Francis "Franz" SUMMER and Christina HIPP.

Spouse: Cynthia RAY.


John Adam Jr. SUMMER395 was born on 29 Sep 1744 in PA.395 He died on 1 Oct 1809 in SC.395 He was buried in Family Cemetery On Fathers Land, Crims Creek, Pomaria Plantation.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.


John Adam Sr. SUMMER395 was born about 1716 in Near Baden, Oberland Dist., Germany.395 He emigrated on 7 Oct 1743 from To Philadelphia On The Ship St. Andrew..395 He died in 1790 in SC.395 He was buried in 1790 in Newberry, S.C..395 He was also known as Johannes Adam. He was in German Reform Lutheren Church.395

Spouse: Margaret JOSTIN. John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN were married on 1 Sep 1743 in Rotterdam, Holland.395 Children were: John Adam Jr. SUMMER, Henry SUMMER, Mary Magdelina SUMMER, Nicholas SUMMER, Francis "Franz" SUMMER, George Adam SUMMER, William SUMMER.


John Henry SUMMER395 was born in 1780 in Lexington, Newberry Co., SC.395 Between 1800 and 1835 he was in Farmer.395 He lived in Morgan Co., TN in 1830.395 He died in 1840 in Morgan Co., TN.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.

Spouse: Marial SUMMER. John Henry SUMMER and Marial SUMMER were married about 1803 in SC.395 Children were: Mary SUMMERS, John Adam SUMMERS, Simon SUMMERS, Andrew Jackson SUMMERS, Jesse SUMMERS, Thomas SUMMERS, Nicholas Demos Nichodemus SUMMERS, Uriah Bonaparte SUMMERS.


Marial SUMMER395 was born in 1781 in SC.395 She died after 1860 in Texas Co., Shannon Co., MO.395 She was also known as (Mary\Big Granny. She was buried in Welch Graveyard, Summersville, Texas Co., MO.395

Spouse: John Henry SUMMER. John Henry SUMMER and Marial SUMMER were married about 1803 in SC.395 Children were: Mary SUMMERS, John Adam SUMMERS, Simon SUMMERS, Andrew Jackson SUMMERS, Jesse SUMMERS, Thomas SUMMERS, Nicholas Demos Nichodemus SUMMERS, Uriah Bonaparte SUMMERS.


Mary M SUMMER395 was born in 1795.395 Parents: Francis "Franz" SUMMER and Christina HIPP.


Mary Magdelina SUMMER395 was born in 1748.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.

Spouse: George Bartholomew MINNICK.


Mary Susanna SUMMER395 was born in 1779 in Lexington, SC.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.

Spouse: Aberhardt FULMER.


Nicholas SUMMER395 was born in 1754.395 He died on 9 Mar 1781 in At The Battle Of Granby In Revolutionary War.395 Parents: John Adam Sr. SUMMER and Margaret JOSTIN.

Spouse: Eva Margaret SEASE. Nicholas SUMMER and Eva Margaret SEASE were married on 15 Apr 1777.395 Children were: John SUMMER.


Nicholas SUMMER395 was born in 1782 in Lexington, Newberry Co., SC.395 He died on 27 Feb 1866 in Benton Co., MO.395 Parents: Henry SUMMER and Christina DOMINICK.

Spouse: Susan BANNISTER. Nicholas SUMMER and Susan BANNISTER were married in 1808 in SC.395


Sarah SUMMER395 was born in 1793.395 Parents: Francis "Franz" SUMMER and Christina HIPP.


Silence SUMMER5,128 was born about 1747.5,128 She is reference number 8466.

Spouse: Job BARSTOW. Job BARSTOW and Silence SUMMER were married on 6 Dec 1772.5 Reference Number:31854

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