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[S302] Biography of Elder J.O'Kane, The Riverside Press, Louisiana, Pike, Co, MO. (10 May 1877), "Was born in Rockbridge County, Va., Sept. 22, 1802, came to Pike county in 1866, and resides on his farm on Sugar Creek. He has been preaching over fifty three years. He is the father of Commander James O'Kane of the United States Navy. Eight children were born to him--six now living, three boys and three girls. Elder O'Kane's father lived to be 97 years old and the son holds fair to duplicate the father's age." [It should read "to duplicate the MOTHER's age", his father died probably in his 60s before 1828 & his mother was living at the age of 93 in 1850.]
[S431] Thom Shank, Schenck Shenk Shank, History of the Descendants of Andreas Schenck in America 1732-1984, (Baltimore, Gateway Press: 1985).
[S479] History of Union County, Ohio, p. 448, "Robert Sharp, P.O. Pharisburg, was born in Ross County, Ohio, September 24, 1810. He is a son of Henry and Nancy (Travilian) Sharp, natives of Albemarle County, Va., the former of English and the latter of French descent. Our subject was married September 4, 1833, to Ann, daughter of Jacob and Eleanor (Devoss) Davis, natives of Ross Co, Ohio. By this union five children were born, viz., Allen T., deceased, born July 21 1834; Matilda, wife of David Cahill, born March 17, 1836; William, born May 6, 1838, a soldier in the 66th Ohio Volunteer Infantry; Clarissa, wife of D.R. Armitage, born April 27, 1840; and Russel B., born July 6, 1843. Mrs. Sharp died November 15, 1844, aged 31 years and on November 12, 1846, Mr. Sharp married Julia Organ, daughter of John and Susannah (Teter) Organ, natives of Champaign County. By her he had two children -- Charles W., born December 22, 1852, and Jennie R., born October 30, 1865. Mr. Sharp owns a farm of 82 acres..."
[S533] Petition for division of lands of Joseph Devoss by Valentine Sandle, Westmoreland Co, PA Partition records-- Recorder of Wills-- Orphan Court, Vol. 4B, Doc Pn, p. 314, File "J" - 1811. Copy of Petition supplied by Carolyn Cearlock, 2/99. "At an Orphan's Court held at Greenburgh for the County of Westmoreland in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the twentieth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred eleven, Before the Honorable John Young Esquire President? and his associate judges of the said Court. Petition for an Inquest. Joseph Devaus, Dec'd. To the Honorable the Judges sitting at Greenburgh for the County of Westmoreland on the third Monday of February A.D. 1811. The Petition of Valentine Sandle who is intermarried with Elizabeth Devaus the eldest daughter of Joseph Devaus, late of East Huntington Township Dec'd. Humbly Sheweth That the said Joseph Devaus died Sometime ago having a widow and three children. to wit: Elizabeth, Hannah and Eleanor [where's Joseph JR? and Eleanor DID name daughters Elizabeth and Hannah so this is probably the right family] and was secured? at the time of his death of a mssange? and tract of land containing about one hundred and ninety acres [what happened to the other 110 acres?] bounded by lands of Henry Low, John Devaus [who is he? son or brother?] and others. Your petitioner therefore prays your honor to appoint an Inquest to view the premises and make partitian thereof between the widow and all the children of the said decreased if the same can be done without prejudice to any spioling of the whole, and if they find the same cannot be so divided that they then inquire and report whether the same premises will conveniently accomodate more than one of the said children without prejudice to and spoiling of the whole and if they so find that they ascertain and report how many of the said children the same land as aforesaid concurrently accomodate describing by meets and bounds and returning a just appraisement there of but in case partitian cannot be so made, and the premises will not concurrently accomodate more than one of the said children, that they then value and appraise the whole premises agreeable to law and make report of their proceedings to the next orphan court. And he will pray --- Valentine his X mark Sandle".
[S534] Seitz family records in Germany compiled and supplied by Suzy Bettac <e-mail address> 8/99 Peter Seitz, who arrived on the ship William and Sarah 18 Sep 1727, in Philadelphia, was from Walldorf, Baden, Germany. The break came on chasing Johannes Eckmann, baptism sponsor for many of the Seitz children. Our confusion about two Peter's in Lancaster Co., PA having children at the same time has now been solved. Hans Peter Seitz b. 26 Dec 1684 in Walldorf, son of Martin Seitz, had a son Johann Peter b. 29 Mar 1712. Because Peter [Jr] is just 14 when they arrived he was not listed separately from his father. It was a father and son we saw having children at the same time in Lancaster County in the later 1740's. Hans Peter Seitz was married 17 Feb 1711 to Anna Christina Reinhardt, daughter of Adam, in Walldorf. The marriage listed below his is that of Johannes Eckmann to Dorothea Seitz, a daughter of Johann Martin Seitz. These men were brother-in-laws which accounts for the closeness of the two men on the ship and of the families in the PA church records in Lancaster County. Because the children appear to be grouped in two separate date clusters, it would seem that Peter (2) married Anna Maria Wendsperger after arriving in the U.S. Peter and Christina Reinhardt Seitz' children in Germany were: Johann Peter b. 29 Mar 1712; Johann Georg Wendel b. 6 Feb 1714; Eva Barbara b. 17 Mar 1718; Johann Georg Wendel b. 1 May 1720; Caspar b. 18 Oct 1723; Johann Ludwig b. 1726. Peter we have accounted for. Caspar shows in the Pequea Church records in 1762 then vanished; Barbara I believe married John George Wuerffel - but this is not proven. Wendel and Ludwig are unaccounted for as yet. Since the ship passenger list says Peter brought 4 1/2 people with him the numbers don't add up correctly for all the children to have survived. The source for these records is: LDS Film no. 1,189,119 for births and no. 1,189,120 for the marriages.
[S573] Thomas O'Kane entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Bath Co, VA, p. 126-27, dwelling 245, family 245. O'Kane, Thomas, 50, male, b. Rockingham, VA; Ann 46, b. Rockbridge, VA; Eliza, 18, b. Bath, VA.
[S574] Thomas O'Kane entry, 1860 U.S. Census, Bath Co, VA, p. 258, dwelling 233, family 198. Thomas O'Kane, 60, wagonmaker, Real Estate $150, Personal Property $100; Anne, 63, Mary Jones, 65; David Jones, 21, laborer.
[S576] Thomas O'Kane entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Millboro Twp, Bath Co, VA, Dwelling 19, family 19. Thomas O'Kane, 70, wagonmaker, Real Estate $500, Personal Property $200, b. Rockingham; Ann, 70, b. Rockbridge.
[S582] "Thomas Cotterill Christian Church Minister," a paper compiled by Dr. G. E. Cottral of Melbourne, Austrailia, and supplied by Joan Turner, Feb 2000.
[S602] A four-page, typed manuscript compiled by Dr. George E. Cottral of Australia, undated. Photocopy supplied Feb 2000, by Joan Turner.
[S703] Recorded deed 15 Apr 1836, in Fayette Co, PA, Vol. S, p. 500, shows that Joseph and Catherine were both living at this time.
[S704] Probate papers of Henry O'Kane, $800 Administrator's Bond copy supplied by Helen Woodruff. Other papers burned in court house fire 1875 per Helen.
[S705] The estimated date of birth for David Lewis is based on the birth of son Evan circa 1782.
[S923] David Lewis to Richard Sadler, Deed dated 12 Dec 1815, recorded 22 Jul 1816, Huntingdon Co, PA, Deed Book 1, p. 89, copy of recording from Grace Adams, 1990, "...Whereas Evan Lewis Late Warriormark Township Huntingdon County decd seized and demeane as office ... of & in two contain pieces of lands situate in said Township held under a conveyance from John P. McKnight dated 15 Ma- 1802 being the residue of the Tract of land therein conveyed...recovered by the Representatives of Samuel Wallis, said deceased leaving a widow named Margaret and the following heirs at law viz the subscriber David Lewis his Eldest son, Anne intermarried with Samuel Cross, John Lewis, four children the heirs of Samuel Lewis dec'd, Joshua Lewis & Rebecca intermarried with Richard Sadler, entitled each to a distributive share of the real Estate of the said Evan Lewis decd...[signed] David Lewis seal".
[S944] Joseph Dillon and Catherine his wife to Frederick Dubbs, Deed Book "P," p. 496, dated 16 Feb 1827, recorded 16 Feb 1827, Fayette Co, PA, and Bedford Co, PA, FHL 331,379 in the custody of the LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, "Whereas Andrew Freaker late of Dublin Township, in the County of Huntingdon and State of Pennsylvania deceased by his last will and Testament bearing date of fifth day of January A.D. 1813 bequeathed unto his daughter Elizabeth Boger's children fifty pounds payable in two installments twenty five pounds each at eight and twelve years after his wife's decease. Now therefore be it known that we Joseph Dillon and Catharine his Wife (late Catharine Boger daughter of the aforesaid Elizabeth Boger) of the County of Fayette & State of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of the sum of Twenty six dollars and six cents... fully satisfied and paid... and quit claimed...".
[S953] Marriage Bond of William Dunlap and Catharine Sights, dated 18 May 1782, Rockingham Co, VA, Catharine, daughter of Randle Sights. Bondsmen: William Dunlap and Henry Seitz. Copy supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S984] 1776 Tax List, Elizabeth Hundred, Frederick Co, MD.
[S996] Will of Evan Lewis, Will Book I, Huntingdon Co, PA. P. 301, dated 11 Aug 1806, recorded 19 Sep 1806, photocopy of recording in possession of compilter. "In the name of God, I Evan Lewis of Warriors Mark Township... tho reduced to low state of bodily strength yet being of sound mind memory and understanding... first I recommend my soul unto the hands of God and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like manner and respecting the complete estate and effects where with it has pleased God to bestow me with I dispose, that is to say it is my will that my just debts and funeral expenses be paid by the executors herein after named as soon after my decease as conveniently may be and that as soon as it may after a true inventory and appraisement may be taken of all movable effects outstanding debts and further personal property all which are to be left in the house of my dear beloved wife Marget one bed and bedding one mare one cow household and kitchen furniture to be left totaly all the personal property she is to have her maintainance out of during her natural life and at her death what remains is to be divided equally among my lawful heirs, except each part or piece of the above mentioned property or outstanding item shall be mentioned hereafter. Item I leave my son David one hundred and fifty dollars to be laid out in land by him this is to be paid as soon as convenient not to hurt the estate as likewise one horse to be given him for his use and I do hereby nominate my beloved wife Marget and my son-in-law Richard Sadler Executors of this my last will and testament... [signed] Evan Lewis." Witnessed by John and Josiah Pennington.
[S998] Executors of William Dunlap to John Rader, Deed Book 1, p. 483-84, dated 19 Feb 1811, recording date obliterated, from Catharine Dunlap and Joseph Baxter, executors of William Dunlap, dec'd to John Rader, all of Rockingham Co, VA ....the said William Dunlap in his lifetime on or about the first of January in 1808 made his will ... land should be sold... $3,536.67, 152 acres part of a large tract first granted to Hites, Green and others... was conveyed to William Dunlap by deed dated 11 Aug 1764, which would have been Augusta County at that time, lying on both sides of Linnels Creek.
[S1128] Christian Evangelist Funeral Sermon for Elder John O'Kane (10 Mar 1881) by Elder Love H. Jameson at Christian Chapel in Indianapolis, IN.
[S1165] Jacob Davis entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Buckskin Twp, Ross Co, OH, p. 408, Family 2975, Dwelling 2975. National Archives Microfilm M-432, Jacob Davis, 80, Farmer, Real Estate $4000, b. VA; Ellen, 74, b. VA; Wm Stevenson, 35, Farmer, b. OH; Lucinda, 29, b. OH; Cordelia, 12, b. OH; Alice I., 10, b. OH; Thomas D., 8, b. OH; William A., 7, b. OH; Hanna A., 3, b. OH; Samuel K., 3/12, b. OH.
[S1197] Guardian Bond of John Dunlap, orphan of William Dunlap, dated 18 Mar 1811, Rockingham Co, VA. George Sites is named guardian [brother of Catharina Sites Dunlap].
[S1211] Joseph Dillon entry, 1830 U.S. Census, Franklin, Fayette County, PA, p. 187. National Archives Microfilm M-19, Reel 162. Joseph Dillon, 1 male <5; 1 male 20-30 [Joseph]; 1 female 20-30 [Catharine]; living close to Catharine Boger Dillon's brother Joseph Boger.
[S1350] Henry O'Kane and Barbara to John Cowan, Deed Book 10, p. 531, dated 12 Mar 1832, recorded 13 Mar 1832, Fairfield Co, OH. Photocopy in possession of Win Wood. Henry and Barbara O'Kane of Fairfield Co, OH sell to John Cowan of Rockingham Co, VA, sell their rights to a tract of land in Rockingham Co, VA as heirs of William Dunlap late of Rockingham Co, VA, Barbara being one of the children and heir at law of the said William, deceased and entitled to a share, being the part where on the widow of the said deceased now lives being 87 acres which was set off to Catherine Dunlap (widow of said deceased) as her part during her natural life after which it was to be sold for the use of the heirs....
[S1351] Marriage Bond Thomas O'Kane and Ann Bear, Rockingham Co, VA, 5 Nov 1821. Ann Bear daughter of Jacob Bear. Photocopy supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S1352] Marriage Bond of Henry O'Kane and Sarah Stevens Campbell Co, VA, dated 8 Jun 1793. Copy supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S1366] Will of Peter Reed, Will Book 3, p. 141, of Rostrover Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA, FHLC 1,316,411 in the custody of the LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Will dated 24 Mar 1837, codicil dated 10 Apr 1845, recorded 3 Jul 1845. Copy of recorded will in possession of Win Wood.
[S1394] Records of Refugee Baptist Church, Fairfield Co, OH, researched by Helen Woodruff (?-1993).
[S1493] William Van Dorn entry, 1880 U.S. Census, Bonaparte, Van Buren Co, IA, p. 459, Dwelling 57, Family 57. National Archives Microfilm T-9, Vandorn, William, 48, married, Shoe dealer, b. OH, parents born NJ; Sarah, 48, wife, Keeping house, b. OH, both parents b. VA; Anna, daughter, 20, single, Music Teacher, born IA; Edward, 10, adopted, in school, born IA, both parents born OH; also in the household, a housekeeper and three boarders.
[S1506] W. Van Dorn entry, 1870 U.S. Census, Bonaparte, Van Buren Co, IA, Dwelling 88, Family 88. National Archives Microfilm M-593, Vandorn, W., 38, grain agent, Real Estate $400, Personal Property $500, b. OH; Sarah, 38, wife, b. OH; M.A., 11, female, at home, b. IA.
[S1537] Estate of William Dunlap, executor's bond, dated 20 Mar 1810, $10,000, signed by Catharina Dunlap, Joseph Baxter, Michael Trout, George Sites, John Koontz, George Davis or Dove, and John Rader. Copy supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S1543] LDS Ordinances by William Russell Stevenson, FHL microfilm 183,559. Jacob Davis b. abt 1788, PA d. 1856; Joseph Davis b. 1816, So Salem, OH, d. 1868; Norton Davis b. 1820, So. Salem, OH, d.; Thomas Cody, b. 25 Aug 1814, Cadiz, OH [another source says his familiy did not go there till he was age 2] , d. 11 Mar 1904; Charles H. Cody, b. 1843, So. Salem, OH, d.; Oscar W. Cody, b. Oct. 1849, So. Salem, OH, d. 10 Oct 1883; Charles L. Burpee, b. abt. 1845, md. 21 Dec 1870, Champaign, IL d. 14 Mar 1909; Mrs. Nellie Davis b. abt 1784 PA d. 1856; Hannah Davis b. 14 Oct 1814 So Salem, OH d. 24 Dec 1874; Ann Davis b. abt 1817 So Salem, OH; Mrs. Rebecca J. Davis b. 1824, So. Salem, OH d. 1883.
[S1555] O'Kane family records compiled and supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993), a collection of biographies, family group sheets, photos and primary source documents.
[S1621] Will of Andrew Freaker, Will Book I, p. 445, Bedford Co, PA, dated 5 Jan 1813, recorded 19 Jan 1816, FHL microfilm 331,358 in the custody of LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. "In the name of God Amen I Andrew Freaker of Dublin township Huntingdon County and State of Pennsylvania [his land actually was in Dublin Township Huntingdon County and crossed into Dublin Township, Bedford County] being in a state of health of sound mind and memory.... I give and bequeth to my dear and well beloved wife Mary Freaker all my estate real and personal during her natural life and at her decease the third of the personal estate she may dispose of as is most proper to hereself and at her decease all the remainder of the personal estate I give and bequeath to my son Philip Freaker and also at her decease I give and bequeath all the real estate I am posest of to my son Philip forever and he is to pay the under named legatees the sums mentioned and my wife has no power to dispose of any of the property at her decease than the one third part of the personal property. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Sophia P[B]ottorf.... daughter Molly Deafabaughs children one dollar.... if demanded.... to my daughter Fanny.... son Andrew Fraker.... daughter Mary Reed.... daughter Barbary Stake.... daughter Catherine McCalmont.... daughter Elizabeth Boger's children fifty pounds, twenty five pounds at eight years after my wifes decease and twenty five pounds at t.. [ten?] years. Item I give and bequeth fourteen dollars for the use of the Lutherian church near Strawsburgh Franklin County thirteen years after my wifes decease to be paid. ....appoint my wife Mary son Philip Freaker and William Pym executors.... signed Andrew Fricker."
[S1670] Joseph and Jane Boger and Catharine and Joseph Dillon to George F. Mitchell, Deed Vol. T, p. 500, Fayette Co, PA, Lot 53 in Perryopolis, purchased 10 Nov 1829, and sold by them 3 Oct 1831, for $23.00. All signed their names.
[S1676] Records of Bonaparte Cemetery list Sarah Van Dorn and William H. Van Dorn, 68y 6m 25d.
[S1703] 1860 U.S. Mortality Schedule, Champaign Co, IL.
[S1722] Marriage Bond of Thomas Cotrell and Rebecca O'Kane, Rockingham Co, VA, 19 Aug 1824. Rebecca's father Henry is listed as deceased on this record. Photocopy supplied in 1989, by Helen Woodruff (?-1993).
[S1808] Joseph Looker to Charlotte O'Kane marriage bond, Rockingham Co, VA, 4 Mar 1818. Request for license written and signed by Henry O'Kane. Rebekah O'Kane was one of the witnesses on the request. The bond states that Charlotte is daughter of Henry O'Kane. Photocopy supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S1832] O'Kane Heirs to Patrick McManus, Deeds. Deed no. 1 [date of deed and recording both burned] James O'Kane and Julia his wife and Joseph Looker and Charlotte his wife all of Fairfield Co, OH for $100.00 sell their portion of 10 acres on Smith Creek in Rockingham Co, VA (purchased from Christian Miller, first patented 1791) to Patrick McManus. Deed no. 2 dated 22 Oct 1828, recorded 1 Nov 1828, Sarah O'Kane (widow) of Shenandoah Co, VA, Thomas Cottrell and Rebekah Cottrell formerly Rebekah O'Kane his wife of Shenandoah Co, VA, John O'Kane of Shenandoah Co, VA, Henry O'Kane and Barbara his wife Rockingham Co, VA, Elizabeth Ann O'Kane, Thomas O'Kane and Ann his wife of Bath Co, VA, sell to Patrick McManus their portions of 10 acres on Smith's Creek in Rockingham Co, VA.
[S1833] Marriage Bond of Henry O'Kane and Barbary Dunlap, Rockingham County, VA Marriage Register Bond no. 382. Bondsmen were Henry O'Kane and John Dunlap. Dated 19 Sep 1823. Barbary Dunlap, daughter of William Dunlap, dec'd. Copy of original supplied by Helen Woodruff (?-1993) in 1989.
[S1850] Peter Reed to Frederick Dubbs, Deed Book P' p. 377-78, dated 18 Mar 1826, recorded 31 Aug 1826, Bedford Co, PA, "Peter Reed and Mary his wife of the County of Westmoreland and township of Restrover... Andrew Freaker late of the County of Bedford... died about the year 1816...".
[S1870] Sarah Van Dorn to Amanda O'Kane, letter dated 2 Nov 1886, from Bonaparte, Van Buren Co, IA. Across the top in Mary Gilmore Stingley's handwriting is written, "The O'Kane Family Record." The original of this letter is in the possession (1994) of Harvey Hill. Photocopy to Win Wood by correspondence. "Dear Sister & Family, Your very kind & welcome letter was received a few days since- glad to hear you got home safe. I suppose you have been very buisy I have just finished cleaning house & am awful tired. Anna was at home she & Ella [probably her 20 month old granddaughter Etta.] they are all very well at this time. I suppose Olive is in Anamosa and you & George are alone if the Bull has not killed him. I hope nothing will happen in that source but he had ought to be more careful. Well how is George Minta & the Children I will send them some cardes in a few days so Janes Kales & Lisico some. Tell them Aunt Sarah has not forgotten them. Some day they will be old enough to come and see me. I wrote a letter to Mary today. Remember me to Mrs. Graff & Ella. Also the Piper family will I am very tired and will close with love to all from your sister Sarah Van Dorn. When you writ to Olive tell her to writ to me and I will anser".
[S2278] Obituary of William H. Van Dorn, from the Van Buren Co Web Site, posted from the Entler Scrapbook, Vol. 2, Iowa State Historical Library, Iowa City, IA, by a volunteer, "William Van Dorn was born in Ohio, February 10, 1832, and died at Bonaparte, Iowa, September 5, 1900, aged 68 years, six months and 25 days. He came to Iowa in 1855 and was united in marriage with Sarah O'Kane, July 3, 1857. To this union was born one child, Mary Anna, with whom he resided at the time of his death. His companion died January 4th, 1900. Mr. Van Dorn was among those who moved to Idaho in 1862, remaining there some time. Several years after returning to Bonaparte he engaged in the grain business, and was later a partner of T. H. Hopkins in the boot and shoe business here, retiring from that business about 15 years ago. He was last engaged in the agricultural implement business with his son-in-law, Phil Eich. He had been in poor health for several years past, but his death was not expected so soon. ...The funeral occurred from the residence of Phil Eich, Friday afternoon...".
[S2279] From the Van Buren Co, IA GenWeb site: "After Months of Suffering Mrs. Van Dorn Passes Away. As the months and years pass on, many of the older residents of Bonaparte are joining the "silent majority." Indeed, during the past two years the Grim Messenger has harvested many in fullness of years from the field of this locality. Of these his latest acquisition was our well-known and many-respected resident, Mrs. Van Dorn. Sarah O. Kane was born in Lincoln Co., Ohio August 3, 1831. She came to Iowa in 1856 and was united in marriage to William Van Dorn July 3, 1857. To this union was born one child, Mary Anna (Mrs. Philip Eich) who with her father and daughter mourn her loss. At an early age she united with the Baptist church at Kukersville, Ohio, of which she remained a member until she united with the Presbyterian church of Bonaparte. She died January 4, 1900, at the age of 68 years, 5 months and 1 day. Mrs. Van Dorn was a woman of most excellent Christian character and deeds. She was an active Christian worker and will be greatly missed in the church. Her kindness in times of sickness and trouble has been experienced by many. Her family, the church, and the community have been blessed by her life. During her last sickness she frequently expressed her desire "to go home." Funeral services were conducted at the residence of Mr. Philip Eich, Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 9th, by her pastor, Rev. W. H. Scofield. They were largely attended, and many friends also were present at the interment in the Bonaparte cemetery. The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: James Bridge, L. C. Meek, D. W. Riggle, A. McDonald, H. H. Meek and J. H. Cresap." Photocopy of this obit is located on page 33 of Obit Book A found in the Van Buren County Iowa Genealogical Society's collection at the Keosauqua Public Library in November 1999. Name and date of newspaper not given.
[S2410] Will of Vandel Sites, dated 17 Sep 1785, recorded 26 Mar 1786. Recording destroyed in Civil War. Original will found 1931, per Thomas L. Shank's Schenck Shenk Shank History of the Descendants of Andreas Schenck in America 1732-1984, mentions wife Hannah, her father Charles Sipes, third son Peter, eldest son Christian, second son Henry, son-in-law John Sites, daughter Barbara, Hannah, son George, daughter Barbara Dunlap.
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