of Marysville, WA is researching Elizabeth Countryman born Oct. 14, 1716
in Albany co., N.Y. died abt 1854 in Beta, N.C. married to William Bryson
born abt 1710 in Antrim co., Ireland. Elizabeth's parents are Andres
Frantz Countryman born in Germany abt 1696 and Anna Sibylla Scharrman.
Andres's parent is Johann Friedrich Countryman. Donna is asking if all of
the above is correct. (Unsubscribed Spring 1999)
email@example.comDonna __________'s husband relates to Elizabeth Countryman born 14 Oct
1716 in N.Y., that was married to William Bryson. It is believed that her
parents are Andreas Frantz Countryman/Guntermann born abt 1695 in Germany, and
Anna Sibylla Schermann born 1695 in Germany. (Unsubscribe May 1999)
Countryman of Plainfield along with his brother has been doing some research
on their COUNTRYMAN name. Their father is Arthur E. the son of Arthur W. and
Loretta Countryman (Hamilton). He is the son of Arthur W. who is the son of
Charles Countryman. Charles is the son of Joseph Jr. who is the son of Joseph Sr.
Joseph came to the midwest around 1846. That is as far back as they have found.
They are having trouble making the connection to who was Joseph Sr. father. They
had a great aunt who had done this work 30 years ago but no one knows were this
information is now. So if you could help Arthur and his brother, it would be
greatly appreciated by their side of the family. Subbed/Unsubbed Spring 2000
Wayne Countryman Jr. of Gonic, NH descends from Joseph and Sophia BECKER
of Clay, NY; Joseph Jr. and Nancy Ellen GREEN; Robert Daniel and Luella
RODGERS; Albert Wayne Sr (b Plano, IL) and Lorena CORAINE. Can anyone help
with info about: Jake COUNTRYMAN, Harry COUNTRYMAN, Susan DEW, and Charles
COUNTRYMAN (former police chief, Plano, IL). All lived in Coal City, Morris,
Plainfield, IL areas. (Unsubscribed January 1999)
firstname.lastname@example.orgBonnie Hazlett of Ridgecrest, CA descends from Isaac (or Ira or
Hiram) COUNTRYMAN (1800 NJ or PA -1882) of Varick, Seneca Co., NY m Sarah?
VOORHEIS; son George Washington COUNTRYMAN (1838 NY-1917 KS) and Amelia
KNISELY. (Unsubscribed Spring 1999)
Byman descends through Conrad; John (1735-?); John I. Sr. (1768-1843); John
I. Jr. (1801-1866); William (1840-1907) MOVED TO LEE COUNTY, ILLINOIS; Emery
Daniel (1871-1955); Issac Byron (1905-1976); Raymond Byron (1932) (Kalah's
father) Kalah Rae m Brian Byman. Unsubscribed Fall 2000
J. Everhart descends from Henry COUNTRYMAN of Virginia through his
son, Martin b 1771 MD; Elijah b 1806 OH; Isabelle b 1855 OH m Arthur Everhart.
(ReSubbed/ReUnsubbed Winter 2001)
researching William COUNTRYMAN from Kingston, Ulster County, NY Father
was Benjamin believed to come from Pennsylvania. William m Mary J. Lane
in Ulstger County. Bounced Fall 1999
and Nancy Bollenbech, Jr. are researching Daniel COUNTRYMAN, b to Geo. and
Christina (DIEFENDORF), 6 November 1785, NY. Looking for the date and place of
his marriage to Mary FORT, daughter of Peter FORT(H) and Katherine DILLENBACH
(TILLIEPAUGH). Daniel died 1864, buried at Spring Lake, MN. This family moved to
MN in 1850. Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
is an OSTRANDER descendant and wants to determine if there was any relationship
between Johannes F. COUNTRYMAN and Robert / Catharine OSTRANDER or not. She does
not know Catharine's maiden name and thinks there might be a remote possibility
Catherine might be a COUNTRYMAN since Johannes F COUNTRYMAN sponsored Robert &
Catharine's dau Eliza Ann OSTRANDER in 1810. A John COUNTRYMAN lived near Robert
OSTRANDER in 1810 in Otsego Co, NY. John COUNTRYMAN was enumerated in Otsego as
early as 1800. Anyone have information on a COUNTRYMAN/OSTRANDER connection?
Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
Countryman McDaris' grandfather was Alva Murl COUNTRYMAN who died in March of
1994. Her father is Murl Stephen COUNTRYMAN. She has one half-sister, Brianna
COUNTRYMAN. They all live in Oklahoma. She would like to receive more
information on her family. Unsubbed Spring 2000
email@example.comDan Levens of
Syracuse, KS is seeking info on his GONTERMAN family line. He was told that
GONTERMAN is a variation of COUNTRYMAN and that his ancestors were COUNTRYMAN. My
Gr. Gr. Grandmother was Nancy Wilma GONERMAN, b-04-30-1858, Cub Run, Hart Co.,
KY. died 12-07-1940 in KS. She married William Henrey ALLEN 09-08-1880 in Hart
County, KY. Her father was John Kenady GONTERMAN, b-03-03-1820 in Hardin Co., KY,
died 11-05, 1910 in KY. He married Ann LOGSDON, 02-06-1845 in KY. Any info on
this family would be greatly appreciated. Unsubbed Summer 2000
Flansburg of Brainerd, Minnesota descends from Conrad COUNTRYMAN and Cornelia FLENSBURGH. Subbed and
unsubbed Spring 2000
Malec descends from Catherine COUNTRYMAN Schoolcraft (?1720 - ?) NY
to PA. Unsubbed (again) Summer 2000
Lenhart descends from George Jacob GUNTERMAN (? -?) of PA married Rachel
?; dau, Mary (born 1798, died 1872) m George Hay (HOH).
Hobbs descends from Capt. Henry GONTERMAN of Sussex Co, NJ and later KY and
Catherine CASS or COSS; Jacob GONTERMAN (1767-1840) and Hannah STARK (1771-1839)
m 18 Mar 1791 Nelson Co.,KY; Caleb Ball GONTERMAN (1797-1861) m. Elizabeth MILLER
(?-1849); Jacob M GONTERMAN m. Sarah Ann CARVER; Jacob L. GONTERMAN m. Mary Hayes
STEWART; Rebecca Ruth GONTERMAN (1896-1989) m. Floyd Dewey CUMMINGS; Joan Ruth
CUMMINGS b. 1926 m. William Putnam HOBBS; Don HOBBS. Unsubbed Fall 2000
Jenkins descends from Hendricus COUNTRYMAN and Mary Connway; dau, Maria
COUNTRYMAN and Daniel BARNHART; dau, Sarah BARNHART and Albert Jenkins;
son, William Jenkins.
DLBCAB@mail.dotplanet.comCarol Ann (Countryman) Bradley descends through Nathan Alfonso COUNTRYMAN
(b. June 2, 1897; d. January 17, 1929 Wyoming, IA) and Clara PARSONS; Lee Floyd
COUNTRYMAN (b. August 10, 1889 Wyoming, IA; d. October 10, 1962Ê Tipton, IA) and
Elsie Mae YETTER; Robert Lee COUNTRYMAN (b. May 24, 1924 Tipton, IA) and Grace
Irene SEYS; Carol Ann (Countryman) BRADLEY. Unsubbed Spring 2000.
firstname.lastname@example.orgDarla Mally Case
of Richland, WA descends through Adam COUNTRYMAN m. Catherine Snyder to
Thomas Jefferson Countryman (1843 NY-1922 WA); m. Susan Morris, Richland,
DMONeall@aol.com Don O'Neall
of Mead, WA descends from Adam COUNTRYMAN b probably in Mohawk Valley,
NY m. Catherine SNYDER (ca 1820, NY); Thomas Jefferson Countryman b 1842
in Montgomery Co., NY m. Susan Catherine MORRIS, Charles Edward Countryman
b 1870 in Stephenson Co., IL m. Clara Louisa Scott; Susan Diadamie b in
Stephens Co., WA m Marvin Clayton WININGS; Daina Mae WININGS b 1930 in
Lincoln Co, WA m Freddie Richard O'NEALL. Unsubbed Fall 1999.
email@example.comDonald Bowker is trying to locate info on his great, great, grandmother,
Kathren COUNTRYMAN. It is believed that she lived in NY, perhaps a place called
Brown's Settlement. She was married to Daniel H. BOWKER. She had at least 2 (or
more) children. They were Emmaline Isabel BOWKER, b 1848, d 1933, (married
Samuel N. ROBERTSON in Erie, KS in 1869) and James Dennsion BOWKER, b 1853, d
1926, married Martha Alice JONES of Iowa, in 1874, possibly in Missouri. Both of
Kathren Countryman's children were born in NY. Any information would be
appreciated. Bounced Summer 2000
Countryman of Creston, Iowa (summer) and Alamo, Texas (winter) lineage is:
Donald Paul of, Roy Alfred of, Delbert Eugene of, John Henry of, Jacob &
Elizabeth Catherine Countryman (Dau of Conrad III) and Jacob of John Adam Sr. of,
Conradt II, of Conrad I, of John Frederick Gunderman from Germany. Unsubbed Spring
firstname.lastname@example.org Phyllis (?) is researching
Sarah Countryman, wife of James Holmes BRYSON ( was born 1750 Lancaster
Co. PA and d. 1835 Macon Co., NC. She was the daughter of Andrew Countryman
(30 Apr 1732 Kingston, NY - 1773 Craven Co., SC) and Elizabeth (who supposedly
lived to be 118 years old and died at Beta, NC). Andrew was probably the
son of Andrew Countryman (b. 1696 Germany) m. 5 Sept. 1728 Cornelia KEYSER
(b. June, 1703). Cornelia was possibly the daughter of Cornelius Keyser
and Margaret SLUYTER. This second Andrew was probably the son of John Frederick
Countryman (b. 1664 Germany) and Maria Barbara SIMON. March 1998
of Sacramento CA states "I am looking for information on my ggrandmother
Elizabeth Ann COUNTRYMAN b May 1 1829 in Highland Co., Ohio, m Sept 19 1850 to
Smith BONWELL in Highland Co., d March 7, 1906 in Macomb, IL." Unsubbed Summer 2000
email@example.com Jim Hannum is
researching Arthur and Mary CONTRYMAN VAN WYE. Has found that an ancestor,
Arthur Van Wye, of Lower Smithfield Twp of Monroe Co PA, married a Mary Contryman
prior to 1800. As a Henry and Jacob Contryman lived there as early as 1768, Jim
wonders about their relationship? His primary interest is in the Earl family of
the same Twp, which eventually intermarried with Arthur and Mary Contryman Van
Wye`s descendant. Any insight will be greatly appreciated. Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
firstname.lastname@example.org William Newton
Bridger Jr. of St. Paul, MN descends from Daniel COUNTRYMAN, b. 6 Nov 1785 in
N.Y., and Maria MOYER; son Jacob COUNTRYMAN b 11 Jan 1811 N.Y. and FINNETTI; son
Martin Hanley COUNTRYMAN b 4 Mar 1842 and Sarah Jane THAYER; daughter Arminta
Mabel COUNTRYMAN B 29 Jul 1873 and David Seward HARRINGTON; son David Seward
HARRINGTON and Neva Lillian STEELE; daughter Clydal Fern HARRINGTON and William
Newton Bridger Sr. Bounced Fall 1999
email@example.com Howard Losey
of Maize Kansas descends from George Washington
COUNTRYMAN and Amelia KNISLEY of Edwards Co., Kansas. Their
daughter Catherine Amelia COUNTRYMAN married John Frank WARE
of Garfield, Kansas. Their daughter Amelia Jane WARE is Howard's
mother. Bounced Fall 1999.
Howard of Michigan is researching Robert H. COUNTRYMAN b 19 Oct 1828 in
Neversink Twp., Sullivan Co., NY; son of Frederick COUNTRYMAN(CONTREMAN) b 19
July 1796 in Ulster Co., NY and Amy Anna ACKERLY. Robert H. married Anna
Margaret COUNTRYMAN, the daughter of Levi COUNTRYMAN(CONTREMAN). Frederick and
Levi were brothers and sons of Mattheus CONTREMAN. Robert and Ann Margaret had 8
children living to adulthood. They lived in NY before coming to MI. They
appeared on the 1880 census in Gratiot Co., MI. Later on Robert moved to
Shiawassee Co., MI and lived there until his death in 1917. There is some
reference to his serving in the Civil War from NY. Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
firstname.lastname@example.org Joyce Clarke
Jensen of Utah descends from Johann Friedrich; Andreas Franz and Anna Sibylla
SCHARMANN; Johann Heinrich and Arriaentje KEYSER; Sophia GUNTERMAN (ca 1745-?)
and Zephaniah BELL; Nancy BELL (ca 1789-1826) and Solomon DESPAIN; James Harris
DESPAIN (1847-1911) and Seletha Sanders SMITH; John Thomas DESPAIN (1839-1904)
and Marsha Melissa FISHER; Mary Lucy DESPAIN (1891-1945) and Edward CLARKE;
Thomas Edward CLARKE (1908-1963) and Antonia DUBBELD; Joyce Clarke. (Unsubscribed
Miller of Oxnard, CA descends from Capt. Henry GONTERMAN of
Sussex Co, NJ and later KY; Jacob GONTERMAN and Hannah Stark m 18
Mar 1791 Nelson Co.,KY. Unsubscribed Fall 2000
jerrSingle@aol.com Jerry Eakle
is looking for information on a Norris Roswell COUNTRYMAN Sr who married
Sonja Lee PROFFITT. Unsubscribed June 1998.
Gunderman is seeking names of parents of JACOB COUNTRYMAN, born in NEW YORK
around 1800, married HANNAH ?. They moved to WARREN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, where
they were in 1850 Census for Blairstown Township, Warren Co., NJ. They had a son
ISAAC WILLIAM COUNTRYMAN, born 1823,who married ADALINE ?. Other children were
Jacob, Melcedic, Leah, and Adonage. ISAAC WILLIAM COUNTRYMAN moved to OHIO about
1870. Unsubscribed?Bounced? Fall 2000
descends from Hans Frederick COUNTRYMAN (1675 - 1717), George Conrad COUNTRYMAN
(1701 - 1777), John COUNTRYMAN (1736 - 1789), Abraham COUNTRYMAN (1773
- 1843), John A.I. COUNTRYMAN (1802 - 1878), Addison COUNTRYMAN (1829 -
1920) and Isabell COUNTRYMAN (1862 - 1944). Bounced Winter 2001
JMESHIE@msn.com John Eshelman
descends from Hiram J. (12 Oct 1824, Canada? - 20 Apr 1881, McHenry Co.,
Illinois) and Nora O'LEARY (3 Jun 1830-4 Dec 1918); James S., their son
and John Eshelman's grandfather. Unsubscribed April 1999
email@example.com Janis Ragar is
researching the family of Frederick Johann and Maria Margaretha
(Countryman?) AMBROSE. Frederick was born 20 Jun 1741 in Maryland and died
19 Jul 1821 in Westmoreland Co. PA. "Margaret" was born 1 Jan 1742 and died
11 Sept 1809 in Westmoreland Co. PA. They are both buried in Brants
Private Cemetery, Ligonier twp, Westmoreland Co. PA. Family tradition has
it that Margaretha "Margaret" was a Countryman. Not been able to find her
parents. There is alot of Countryman in Somerset and Westmoreland Co. PA.
Many of them married into the Ambrose family. Janis has joined the list in
hopes of finding the parents of Margaret. Unsubbed September 1998
firstname.lastname@example.org Sandra Jean
Countryman Piersall Gage would like to find out about her ancestry. She is
the daughter of Paul Countryman and Lillian Marie Meyer. She was born in
Rome, New York. Her father had some brothers and sisters. Their names were
Vera, Margaret, Nellie, Samuel, Fred and Lyle. She is sure there were more.
Sandra does not know her grandparents names. She would love to hear from
other relatives. Subbed/Unsubbed Winter 2001
John Stater's great-grandmother was Grace Elizabeth COUNTRYMAN, who
married George Franklin JEMISON, and had his grandmother, Paula Cleone JEMISON.
His father is her son, Fredrick Richard STATER. Grace Elizabeth COUNTRYMAN was
the daughter of Josiah COUNTRYMAN, son of Peter COUNTRYMAN Jr., son of Peter
COUNTRYMAN Sr., etc. etc. (Unsubscribed Spring 1999)
email@example.com Julia F. Moore
named after her great grandmother, Julia M. Turnbull and her mother, Julia Ann
(COUNTRYMAN) Turnbull, descendants of Peter and Hannah (GARDNER) of Hammond, St.
Lawrence Co., NY in 1850. Unsubbed Summer 2000
Sorensen is researching the families of Elias W. CONDERMAN who married
Aurelia CADWELL and her sister Catherine Mahala married Daniel CONDERMAN. They
lived in Amboy, Lee, Illinois and died there. It is believed that the two men
were second cousins. Karen located "Countryman Family History" in the Salt
Lake FHL and discovered both families listed but with several errors. Anyone
else researching these families? . Subbed/Unsubbed Summer 2000
George Washington COUNTRYMAN, wife Amelia buried in Kinsley KS was Kathy's great
grandfather. His son John V. was her grandfather and his son John D.
was Kathy's father. Under one research document shows that George Washington's father
was Solomon and another shows his father as Isaac. Trying to find what the V.
stood for in John V. and also trying to locate the children of the
brothers and sisters of my dad, John D. His brothers and sisters
names were Lucy TUTTLE, Attila HINES, Charlie COUNTRYMAN, Ida COUNTRYMAN, Adelia
COUNTRYMAN, Gilbert COUNTRYMAN, & Etti HOWELL. All born between 1900 and 1915.
Also looking for the descendants of Frederick Glarnard COUNTRYMAN (b 22 July 1866
in Romulus, Seneca Co., NY) and died (11 Aug 1946 in Fairview, OK). Unsubscribed Fall
firstname.lastname@example.org Lois Burdick
is doing research for her husband who is related through Joseph (b Aug 4, 1811
NY) and Sophia Becker Countryman, Mary Louise Countryman Burdick, Jesse Burdick ,
Elmer Art Burdick. Joseph came to Will Co., IL from Clay NY on the Erie Canal.
Would love to know Joseph's parents He was born July 4, 1811 , in NY. died Aug.
31, 1901. Unsubbed Spring 2000.
Reiner's ancestor line follows with Michael GUNDERMAN born 20 March,1809
Bapt. 06, June 1809 in Dauphin County PA. He is the son of Michael & Magdalena
GUNDERMAN. Who is this Michael'S father and who are his siblings? When and where
did Michael & Magdalena get married? Where are they buried? What is Magdalena's
last name? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Unsubbed Summer 2000
email@example.com Maggie O'Steen
states "My father was Leroy COUNTRYMAN. He lived in Mobile, Alabama. He and my
Mother married in 1945 or1946. He had been married before and had three children.
His occupation was carpenter. Does anyone have any information on him? I think he
was born in 1916." Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Name unknown) is researching
Andrew Bryson b.ca 1784 m. Margaret White d.1827 Macon,NC; Andrew Bryson
b.ca 1760 Mt.Joy, Lancaster, PA m. Agnes Naill (Nagle); William Bryson
b. ca 1737 Ireland m. Isabella Holmes; William Bryson b. ca 1712 m. Elizabeth
COUNTRYMAN. September, 1997
Clark's husband, Dwight and his 3 sisters have never known any of their
family history other than knowing of thier granparents. They are the great
great great great grandchildren of Henry and Barbara Countryman through the
marriage of Catherine Countryman and Christian Hines in 1838, Pike County, Oh.
Judy would like to be able to give them as much family history as she can
obtain for them. They all still live here in Springfield, Oh where they were
born. Unsubscribed Spring 2001
NFlem32@aol.com Donna Fleming
is a descendant of George Conrad COUNTRYMAN (b. 1701) through two of his
children: "Anna Rosina" COUNTRYMAN (ca. 1732-1786) married John PICKARD
about 1750. "George" COUNTRYMAN (ca. 1738-1808) married Elisabeth or Christina
DIEFENDORFF before 1769. Anna's son Isaac (1762-1793) married George's
daughter Magdalena (1771-1854) in 1793. All were from Canajoharie area
of Montgomery Co., NY; later descendants moved to Oswego Co., NY. Donna
would like to know more about George Conrad's ancestors. Unsubbed Fall 1999.
Garrett is a descendant of Samuel and Mary Ann (COUNTRYMAN) FRY; their
daughter, Mary Ann FRY married Nelson T. HIZER. There is no proof but it is
assumed that Mary Ann COUNTRYMAN was the dau of Martin COUNTRYMAN and the gdau of
the Henry COUNTRYMAN of Virginia. Unsubscribed Fall 2000
Priscilla Haines of Utah and Washington descends from John CONDERMAN b. 5
Jan 1817, Mont. NY - d. 24 May 1889 m 15 Mar 1842 in Howard, Steuben, NY to
Lucinda PICKLE. They had 4 children: 1. Mary b. 1843; 2. Marcus; 3. John; 4.
George. Then I have Lucy CONDERMAN who md Henry H. PICKLE. Henry was b. 27 Mar
1829 in Middlesex, Yates, NY. Many thanks to anyone who can add more meat to
these bones. Unsubbed Spring 2000
PShir80523@aol.com Pearl M.
Bryson is doing research for her husband who is related through William
Bryson (?) of Antrim County, Ireland [b about 1700]. It is still difficult to
know exactly where the Countryman name comes in. She's seen conflicting reports.
Any one with definitive proof would be gladly heard from. Unsubbed Spring 2000.
Babnew is the granddaughter of Joseph W. COUNTRYMAN Jr. of Phila., PA (died
Nov 1961) m Jennie Barkley (1st wife) later m Margaret Glime of Phila., PA. I
believe Joseph W. Countryman Sr. was from Camden, New Jersey. What does the W.
stand for? Trying to locate family history as I only know of my mother,
Elizabeth Matilda (b.May 1918 - d.Nov 1996), and her younger brother,
Ravelli. Bounced Summer 2000
Susie Denes' husband relates to George Conradt (Conrad) COUNTRYMAN (b 30 Jan
1701/02 and died unknown m Maria Margaretha HABERMAN; Conrad M COUNTRYMAN (ca
1734 in Canajoharie, Montgomery, NY and died unknown m Maria Elizabeth ?;
Elizabeth COUNTRYMAN (b ca 1764, NY) m Frederick SCHOENHOLTZ ca 1787. Subscribed
and unsubscribed Fall 2000
email@example.comRobin Forrest is looking for the parents of Ida M COUNTRYMAN born Jan 1879
Michigan. According to 1900 census she married 1898 Burton R. MARLATT. They had
at least one child Harold D. MARLATT born June 1899 in Clinton Twp., Lenawee co.,
Michigan. Also would like to know of any descendants of Harold or if he had any
brothers and sisters. Unsubbed Summer 2000
RHayden100@aol.com Kathy Sackett
Hayden of Kent, OH is researching Frederick AMBROSE and Maria Margaretha
(COUNTRYMAN). Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
RWilkin497@aol.com Ethel Wilkin
descends from Henry COUNTRYMAN (? - ca 1818, OH) via Virginia through son
Henry, Jr. (1791, VA - 1874, OH) m Catherine (Jane?) MILLER; dau. Latha
COUNTRYMAN m Isaac BISH 4 July 1843, Highland Co., Ohio. January, 1998
Bender is the daughter of Jack COUNTRYMAN, mother Dorothy SMYTH from
Tabernacle, NJ. Burlington Co. Was suprised to find this site; trying to trace
her family. Her grandparents are Enna Jane CONNAGAN and William F. COUNTRYMAN.
Can anyone help her with this branch? Unsubscribed Summer 2000
Sharon L. Scott is looking for a Thomas COUNTRYMAN who married Jerusha
HUMPHRIES. Jerusha is the daughter of John HUMPHRIES and Matilda SHIRLEY from the
St. Clair County, Alabama.
Cassandra Sitterly of Fort Collins, CO is looking for information about
her great-great-great-great grandmother, Appelonia COUNTRYMAN, who
married Jacob SITTERLY. Jacob was born 1760 in Albany Co., NY.
Cassandra is descended through their son Isaac SITTERLY.
Unsubbed Winter 1999-2000.
Strohmeyer of Houston, TX descends through I. John Frederick Gunterman b.
1664 Enzberg GER m. Maria Barbara Simon II. George Conrad Countryman b. 30 Jan
1701 m. Margaret Haberman III. Conrad Countryman II b. 1780 IV. John Adam
Countryman V. Jacob Countryman b. 1800 NY VI. Alexander Countryman b. 1828 NY
per 1860 Cens lived 1854 -1858 In Illinois 1860 Census: Madsison, Jones Co. IOWA
d. approx 1863 Civil War m. Laney Ann Bender b. 1836 PA VII. Mary Elizabeth
Countryman b. 1861 IA m. Charles Sherman b. 1860. Unsubbed Spring 2001
Andy Tarr stationed in Heidelberg, Germany descends from John Frederick
GUNTERMAN through Conradt, Sr.; Conradt, Jr.; Anthony; Isaac; Andrew; Susan
m Aaron Tarr; Leroy Andrew; and Bernard Davis Tarr. January, 1998
Margaret Long of Buffalo, OK descends from Johann Friedrich GUNTERMAN
and Marie Barbara Simon of Germany through Andreas and Cornelia (Keyser)
KONTERMAN; Andries CONTERMAN and Elizabeth (Unknown?); Isabella Countryman
and James Homes Bryson, NC. 14 July 1997
Hunter of Waddington, NY is searching for someone who can help him trace his
HOUSE and COUNTRYMAN connections. 1820 census of Pamelia Jefferson Co. NY finds
a David House (16-26) wife (Margaret Countryman) 16-26 with 3 sons under 5.
According to the old Countryman book he saw it noted a David House married
Margaret Countryman and had 14 children. His 3rd great grandfather Hiram K.
House was born in the town of Danube, Montgomery Co. NY August 26, 1817 and was a
son of David House and Margaret Countryman. It was said that David House married
again to a Mary Countryman dau of Daniel Countryman. Unsubbed December 1998
firstname.lastname@example.org Wanda F.
Ridge researching the Henry COUNTRYMAN who married Elizabeth (CASS
or COSS?) ca 1780, possibly in Maryland, or maybe Jefferson Co., KY. Henry
died in Nelson Co., KY in 1787 and Elizabeth married a COY.