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[S204] Adams County (PA) Church Records of the Eighteenth Century, (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 198?).
[S227] Elizabeth J. Wall, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Quarter Sessions Minutes, Book 1, June 1789-March 1793, (Pittsburgh, PA: [s.n.], 1984), in the custody of the Carlsbad Public Library, Carlsbad, CA, p. 54, March Term 1793 No. 49, (184) "John Vance Executor of Christian Lisnet, dec'd vs William Conner. Action in case brought to Sept. 1790. And now to wit Sept. 6, 1792 a jury being called came .... The Plantiff being 3 times solemnly called appears not, therefore Judgment of Non suit." Since church records list the death of Christian Lisnet, Sr., this has to be his son Christy.
[S255] Daniel M. Bennett, Life and Work of Rev. John McMillan, D.D., (Bridgeville, PA: Daniel Bennett, 1935).
[S284] The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus 'Conewago Chapel' Edge Grove, Adams Co., PA. Death & Burial Records 1752-1979.
[S312] Gilbert Cope, Sharpless Family, (Philadelphia: 1887), in the custody of the Sons of the American Revolution Library, Glendale, CA.
[S350] Pamela Pattison Lash, Williams County, Ohio Marriages, Vol. 1-3, 1824-1868. (Bryan, OH: Williams County Genealogical Society, c1984).
[S450] "Dell Weaver and Thomas Weaver Family Bible," The Keyhole (Jan 1987).
[S645] Records of Bethel Cemetery.
[S646] Columbiana County Cemetery Inscriptions (Salem, OH: Columbiana County Chapter OGS).
[S647] George Lesnett probate records, Allegheny Co, PA, Will Book Vol. p. 236.
[S805] Phyllis Newhouse to Della Boger, letter dated 13 Jan 1983, copy in possession of Win Wood.
[S806] Children of Peter Klunk, York So, PA Orphans Court Guardian Bk. D, p. 179, 9 Aug 1780.
[S807] Mark H. Welchley, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Gazette Genealogical Gleanings ([S.l. : s.n.], 1983), Vol. I, 1786-1820.
[S808] Lesnett family records compiled and supplied by Andy Knez.
[S809] Lesnett family records compiled and supplied by Ed Slaughterbeck.
[S810] J. Morris Christy, History of Samuel Christy Family, p. 79.
[S811] Christy-Lesnett family records compiled and supplied by Melvin Christy.
[S845] Milton Lesnet, 92nd birthday article, Leader Enterprise.
[S1019] Revolutionary War Pension Papers of Francis Lisnett, photocopies in possession of Win Wood.
[S1254] Pioneer story, typed transcript of narrated story of her life by Annie Elizabeth (Cavanaugh) Lesnett as told to her daughter Edith Crawford, supplied by Peggy Taylor.
[S1326] Obituary of Mrs. L.H. Presnall, from an unknown newspaper, date unknown.
[S1895] Petition of Jacob Sterner, York Co, PA Orphans Court, Vol. T, p. 103, FHLC 22,157, 29 Jan 1839, "Klunk. Upon the petition and affidavit of Jacob Sterner, intermarried with Catharine one of the Daughters of Peter Klunk Deceased stating that Jacob Clunk and John Elder the Executors of the Will of said deceased are wasting and mismanaging the Estate or property under their charge and praying that a citation may be issued requiring them to show cause why they should not give security or be dismissed from their trust-- whereupon the Court award a citation upon the said Jacob Klunk and John Elder to be and appear at an Orphans Court to be held at York for the County of York on the 19th day of February next, then and there to show cause why they should not give security for the faithfull performance of their trust or be discharged from their executorship".
[S1914] Photograph of the cemetery stone of Francis Lisnett at Bethany Cemetery, in possession of Win Wood.
[S1915] Francis Lesnett probate record, Allegheny Co, PA, Vol. 4, p. 382.
[S1916] Rachel Lesnett, Allegheny Co, PA Will Book 7, p. 601.
[S1917] Photo of cemetery stone of Rachel Lesnett, at Bethany Cemetery, Allegheny Co, PA, in possession of Win Wood.
[S1918] Susanna Collins entry, 1850 U.S. Census, Allegheny Co, PA.
[S1919] Will of John Collins, Allegheny Co, PA, Will Book 4, p. 82.
[S1987] Martin Clunk probate, York Co Orphan's Court, Vol. G, p. 263, names his widow as Catharine.
[S1988] Probate of Joseph Klunk, Administrations Nr. 3520.
[S1989] Photograph of cemetery stone of Frederick Lisnett at Betheny Cemetery, Allegheny Co, PA.
[S1990] Will of Frederick Lesnet, Allegheny Co, PA, Vol. 3, p. 406.
[S1991] Peggy's birth date is based on the probable birth order of the children in this family.
[S1992] Will of Richard Boyce, Allegheny County Will Book 3, p. 353.
[S1993] Milton Lesnet and Elizabeth Wisman marriage record, from IGI extracted marriage records of Williams Co, OH, 6 May 1869.
[S2112] Van Gorder family records from Bonnie Park's web site www.familytreemaker.com/users/p/a/r/Bonnie-Parks/FILE/000 . It appears that Margaret Van Gorder's parents were Jacob Van Garden & Margaret Beamer. Peggy Van Gorder, b. 1801; d. 1883; m. Christy Lesnett.
[S2113] History of the Upper Ohio Valley, Columbiana County, Vol. II. (1891), p. 216, "Nicholas M. Clunk was born 2/13/1829 in Columbiana Co., 2 miles south of New Lisbon, and is the son of Anthony and Elizabeth Clunk. He was reared on the farm and attended school during the winters until 13 years of age, when he found employment as a farm laborer in the vicinity of his home. At the age of 18 he began working at the shoemaker's trade, which he followed successively 36 years, and which he still continues, having opened a shop of his own in 1875. August 12, 1862 he enlisted in Co. K., 104th reg. OH Vols., with which he served for a period of 15 months, when he was discharged on account of physical disabilities. He participated in several battles during his period of service, but did not receive any wounds and was not otherwise injured. Mr. Clunk and Miss Mary J. Morrow, dau. of Hugh Morrow, were united in marriage 9/29/1852, and their union has been blessed with 4 children, viz.: Ann A. (deceased), Marquis, Carrie (deceased), and Mattie. Mr. Clunk is a member of the G.A.R., belonging to post No. 138, and with his wife is identified with the church of the Disciples. Anthony Clunk, the subject's father, was born in Adams Co. PA, in 1792, came to New Lisbon in 1818, and soon after attaining his majority married Elizabeth Elder, to whom 15 children were born, 9 of whom were sons, 7 having served in the late war of the rebellion. Of these, 2 gave up their lives for their country. The following are the names of the children: Jacob (dec.), Mrs. Eliza Thomas (dec.), John, Mrs. Mary Fitzpatrick (dec.), Charlie (dec.), Martin (dec.), Anthony, Nicholas M., Mrs. Rebecca A. Morrow, Mrs. Margaret Florey, Joseph (dec.), William, Peter, Mrs. Catherine Clapsadle, Ann M. (dec.). Peter Clunk, the grandfather of the subject, was a native of Germany & came to the US at an early day, settling in PA where his death occurred about 1820."
[S2358] William Rowley family records compiled and supplied Jun 1997, by Russ Woodward. The first generation and part of the information on subsequent generations is based on Daniel Bennett.
[S2361] Roberts-Gilmore family records compiled and supplied 1/02 by Sharon Weiss <e-mail address> and <e-mail address>. "Martha Ann Roberts and George Shelton are the parents of Sarah Shelton born 1868 and she is my greatgrandmother. She married William Issac Holyfield and their first child is my grandmother Ida Inez Holyfield Ellis Wilcox. She was born in Hardin, KY in 1891".
[S2417] Will of Wilson Lesnett, Vol. 12, p. 466, 1887, as listed in Bob Closson and Mary Closson's, Index to Washington County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1781-1900 (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, c1985), in the custody of the California State Archives, Sacramento, CA.
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