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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Johann Wilhelm FISCHER

He had three children by JUNG and 5 children by JUNGBLUT. Children: Peter who married Alice JOHNSON, Mary who married Abraham HAGAMAN, and Elizabeth who committed suicide by hanging were children of Charity JUNG. William who married Lucretia SLACK, Sarah and Ann who both were married to Lewis CHAMBERLAIN, were children of Charity JUNGBLUT. Not sure of other 2 children's names at this time.


Christopher KUHL

He had daughters but left no sons to carry on his name.


Phebe

She was a widow and had been married to a Mr. Chamberlain first when she married Christopher.


James F. MITCHELL

He was 4 months old in 1870, born in February according to the census records. However, he is listed as James F. COX instead of MITCHELL.

He was 11 in 1880, listed as Jame COX instead of MITCHELL. His father's birthplace is listed as unknown.

He was 30 in 1900, married 9 years, born in February 1870, living in Giles Twp, Cleburne, Arkansas. Parents born in Alabama. He is listed as James F. MITCHELL.

NOTES: I can not find James, Ida or Louis after 1900. It looks like they may have died sometime after 1900 and before 1910 as their son Morrilton is living with his grandmother Nancy Haskins in 1910.


Ida Ann HASKINS

She was 6 in 1880.

She was 26 in 1900 mother of 4 children with only 2 still living.


Louis M. MITCHELL

He was 5 in 1900, listed as Louis M.


Abraham HESS

CENSUS RECORDS: 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830 Belfast Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania

TAX RECORDS: 1798 for Belfast Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania

NOTES: Abraham first appears on a list of the inhabitants of Bethel Twp, Bedford, Pennsylvania, made subject by law to the performance of the militia duty, taken by Peter Smith the 3rd February 1789. He purchased 200 acres of land from the heirs of his deceased father-in-law John Fisher, in 1795. Abraham died leaving a WILL which was recorded at Bedford County, Pennsylvania in WILL Book 2, page 50, also in Bedford County, are the estate papers of Abraham. Among these estate papers was a letter dated 17th April 1834 from Ann (Fisher) Hess to Jacob Fisher.

NOTES: I believe Abraham, Jacob and Catherine Hess were probably brothers and sister to each other.


Ann FISHER

NOTES: From the Hunterdon County, New Jersey Surrogate Receipts, Book 1, page 206, dated 5th June 1827, Ann (Fisher) Hess of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Frances (Kuhl) Fisher of said county, named in the WILL, of Paul Kuhl deceased and sister of said deceased, acknowledge receipt of $31.25. Then in 1851, after the death of Ann (Fisher) Hess, a Dennis Hess filed a Petition for Partition on the behalf of the heirs of Abraham Hess. In this document names all the children of Abraham and Ann (Fisher) Hess. This is documented at the court house in McConnellsburg, Fulton, Pennsylvania, in Orphan's Court Book 1, page 7, with a follow up in the August term 1851, Court Minute Book 1, page 1.


Catherine Christina HESS

I believe Catherine, Abraham and Jacob Hess were probably brothers and sister to each other.


Jacob FISHER

Jacob Fisher of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, son and heir of Frances Fisher, of said county, named in the WILL, of Paul Kuhl deceased and sister of said deceased acknowledge receipt from L.P.K. of $31.25, my share 6 June 1827.


Jacob FISHER

Jacob Fisher of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, son and heir of Frances Fisher, of said county, named in the WILL, of Paul Kuhl deceased and sister of said deceased acknowledge receipt from L.P.K. of $31.25, my share 6 June 1827.