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SCHNERR Families

Germany to Pennsylvania

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Fifth great-grandmother Juliana SCHNEER 1761 York County, Pennsylvania to 1844 Stark County, Ohio and Simon ESSIG 1754 Washington County, Maryland to Pennsylvania to 1852 Stark County, Ohio.


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Sixth great-grandparents Caspar SCHNERR 1732 to 1790 and Magdalena KUNKLE SENSINGER after 1790 York now Adams County, Pennsylvania. Magdalena's husband John SENSINGER and his mother Mary Catherine were massacred by Indian's around 1756 leaving four small children. Caspar married the widow Magdalena and around 1760 resettled the Sensinger place rearing the four small children and having Juliana and another daughter. Kasper SCHNER is a Revolutionary War Veteran. Daughter Elizabeth SCHNERR PETERS 1768-1843 husband Henry PETER 1765-1846 and Catherine SCHNERR BENDER 1758-1846 and husband Johannes BENDER are also buried in the Bender Lutheran Church Cemetery.

 

 

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