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Third Series, Vol. I,Harrisburg PA The Daily Telegraph Print 1887

Third Series, Vol. I, Harrisburg The Daily Telegraph Print 1887


 

Page 1 (1884 Paper)

Henry Hoffman

Hoffman, Henry, died intestate prior to March 16, 1772, for at that date, his descendants as follows, gave title to his land of which he had applied for a warrant:Yost, Adam, George, Anna Mary, Elisabeth m. Henry and Catharine m. Melchior Laudermilch Who was this Henry Hoffman?

Riddle-Allen

Tristam Riddle took out a warrant for two hundred acres of land in Hanover township, May 9, 1747. He died intestate, unmarried, when his father, James Riddle, transferred all right in the land to Joseph Allen, who had married Jane Riddle, daughter of James Riddle.

Joseph Chambers

Chambers - Joseph Chambers patented three hundred acres of land "on the north side of the Kittatinny Hills on the River Susquehanna" in 1744. In 1760 it was states as "many years ago." At this date his widow Catharine, was the wife of Samuel Hunter. Joseph Chamber's children were Thomas, James, Mary and Jane, the first three over twenty-one years of age. Thomas died prior to December, 1763; James was killed in August 1762, by the Indians in an engagement at Muncy Hill, leaving a wife, Catharine, a daughter Catharine, and a posthumous child. Jane married William Foulks and Mary m. John Croker. What became of these latter?


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Simon Girty

Simon Girty, the Indian trader and father of the outlaw of the same name, settled, in 1743, on a tract of land on the east side of the Susquehanna, where he cleared thirty acres and made other improvements. He resided several years thereon. Becoming indebted to Thomas McKee in upwards of 300 pounds, the land subsequently came into the latter's possession. When and where was Simon Girty, the trader, killed?

Major William Allison

William Allison, son of Robert Allison of Derry, was born in 1760, in the township of Derry, then Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Little is known of his early years, but he seems to have been a mechanic of considerable enterprise, and established the first nailery at Harrisburg, and continued in similar business at Middletown, where he resided most of his lifetime. He was a major of the militia during the last decade of the century and quite prominent in the affairs of the county. In 1817, on the death of William Moorhead, he was appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury collector of the direct tax for the Tenth district of Pennsylvania. He subsequently removed to Fairview township, York county, where he had a forge, and where he died suddenly on Wednesday, November 2, 1825, aged about 65 years. He was one of the pioneers in the iron business of the State of Pennsylvania, and our only regret is that this record is so meager. W. H. E.

Capt. Jonathan McClure

Jonathan McClure, son of Richard McClure was born about 1745 in Paxtang. He was one of Joseph Hutchinson's pupils, received a good English education and brought up to mercantile pursuits. When the war of the Revolution needed his support, he was a lieutenant in Capt. John Rutherford's company and in service during the New Jersey campaign of 1776. Towards the close of the war he commanded a company of militia raised in Paxtang for the defense of the frontiers. He was commissioned by the Supreme Executive Council a justice of the peace, September 8, 1784, and on the 17th of November following, one of the judges of the court of common pleas. When the county of Dauphin was erected in the spring following being one of the oldest justices in commission within the limits of the new county, he with Timothy Green and Samuel Jones came to be the first judges of the courts thereof. He died at Middletown on Wednesday, December 11, 1790, aged about fifty-four years. Capt. McClure married November 10, 1768, Sarah Hayes, of Derry and their children mostly removed to Buffalo Valley. W.H.E.


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William Moorehead

Moorhead - William Moorhead died at Harrisburg June 29, 1817, leaving a wife, Elizabeth and children:

i. Elizabeth, above 14 years.

ii. Adaline

iii. James K.

iv. William G.

v. Joel B.

vi. Henry C.

Mr. Moorhead owned Lytle's Ferry, above Halifax, as early as 1807, for in that year he proposed laying out a town there. What is known of his family?

Abraham Reehm

Abraham Reehm, sen. Died in October, 1777, in Dauphin county, leaving a wife Christina and children:

i. Abraham, b. May 10, 1737

ii. Barbra, b. April 14, 1739 m. Jacob Palmer (or Balmer)

iii. Isaac, b. October 27, 1741; m. Barbara _____

iv. Jacob, b. February 16, 1743; d. February 21, 1814; unm.

v. Daniel, b. Septebmer 28, 1745; m. and had Daniel jr.

vi. Simon, b. October 28, 1747

vii. Samuel, b. January 4, 1749, d. prior to 1816, leaving Samuel m. Elizabeth _____, Esther, and Catharine (d. April, 1814,) m. John Felty

viii. Elizabeth, b. April 28, 1752; m. Michael Barringer, of Elizabeth township, Lancaster county.

ix. Benjamin, b. May 11, 1762

x. Esther, b. Nov. 12, 1763; d. October 31, 1806; m. John Parthemer, jun.; d. 1816


Page 4-7

Roll of the First Company, First Battalion, Ninety-eighth Regiment, Sixth Division, of Penn. Militia for the year 1837.

Names and ages of individuals enrolled.

Captian - John P. Shoop.

Lieutenants - John Bigger, Jacob Zarker

Sergeants - Patrick Duey, 42; Benjamin M. Heilman, 34; Simon Croll, 29' John Croll, 27

Privates

Thomas Witmoyer, 33

Martin Alleman, 26 Josiah Jones 25
John martin 30 Samuel parkey, 29 John Springer, 34
John Flickinger, 37 Joseph Parkey, 27 Samuel Reel, 30
John Livingston, 34 George Fisler, 39 Jacob Snavely, 30
John Parkey, 23 Jacob Livingston, 28 Robert R. Elder, 43
John Garverich, 44 Henry Herr, 35 Jacob Edly, 23
Joseph Saul, 33 Mahlon Greist, 37 John Stuauffer, 37
John Uhler, 37 John Stoner, 32 Samuel Raising, 26
Thomas McCallen, 29 Henry Weaver, 34 Lenhart Eshenour, 30
Jacob Miller, 25 Abraham Martin, 25 John Sheetz, 37
Henry Shiffler, 33 Willaim Kougher, 29 John Eshenour, 43
Benjamin Bretz, 23 Matthias Beloon, 32 Christian Seider, 34
George Allen, 26 Charles Bissel, 21 Michael Messersmith, 35
Elijah Wise, 23 Henry Shelly, 26 Jacob Wert, 26
Amos Fortney, 23 John Martin Sheck, 28 Christian Good, 31
Conrad Pack, 23 William Tritllinger?, 23 George Reel, 23
George Boyer, 33 John Peifer, 25 John Starkey, 33
Samuel Urich, 35 James Bigger, 32 Samuel Stoner, 22
Jacob Parthemer, 41 David Fletcher, 23 George Ludwig, 22
David Rinehart, 23 Simon Zarker, 23 John Addix, 30
Jonas Baker, 29 John Brownewell, 26 George Loucks, 18
David Handshue, 18 Henry Croll, 18 John Fortney, 18
Amos Schriver, 18 Henry Lauman, 34 Andrew Bishop, 21
Jacob Kurt, 28 John Yously, 21 Michael Veer, 22
Henry Fortney, 33 Armstrong Irwin, 29 Jacob Bide, 22
Samuel Rinehart, 21 Jacob Smith, jun, 21 Walter Trewick, 24
Isaac McGinnes, 24 John Conrad, 42 John Eppler, 44
David Shank, 31 Philip Zimmerman, 24 Jacob Zider, 44
John Osler, 21 Isaac Kuerr, 21 James R. Templin, 32
James Denning, 28 Elias Hoffman, 26 Jonas Rudy, 25
James Porter, 25 Ross Wells Adam Shilling, 37

Total, 100 officers and privates.

Col. Jacob Cooke

This revolutionary patriot died at his residence, near the Round Top, on the 12th day of November, 1789

Daniel Brown

Brown - Daniel Brown, of Hanover, d. April, 1782, leaving a wife Agnes and children:

i. Philip

ii. Margaret

iii. Elizabeth

iv. Agnes

v. John m. Susanna __


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The Logans and Robinsons

I chanced recently to visit Mr. John Logan, who resides in the southeastern part of Londonderry township, Lebanon county, and was much interested in his reminiscences of the olden time. He is eighty-four years of age and his wife, whose maiden name was Harriet Robinson, about four-score.

Mrs. Logan's great-grandfather, Thomas Robinson, took up prior to 1732 a large tract of land along Conewago creek, where John, Isaac, Christian and Samuel Risser, and others now live. Thomas Robinson had first taken up land at or near where Annville is located, but owing to the scarcity of water, he removed nearer the creek. In that neighborhood the Logans and other Scotch Irish Presbyterians settled, and there Robert Robinson,

Mrs. Logan's grandfather was born in 1732. There was an Indian wigwam near where Risser's school house stands. These Indians, Mrs. Logan said, were friendly Indians, and the whites were always kind to them. As it is traditional that the Hayes brothers, there were two, who had a saw mill near the wigwam, between the Conewago and Little Conewago, were with the Paxtang boys in their raid to Conestoga and Lancaster, Mr. Logan stated it was not correct. Robert Hayes was sheriff in the latter part of the century. He was killed by being caught in the machinery of the saw-mill.

North of this Presbyterian settlement the Germans located. Not being able to converse with each other, the latter hung pots and kettles upon forked sticks driven into the ground to show they had a right to the land. The Presbyterians worshipped at the old Derry church, but prior to its erection, Mr. Logan stated that a church had been built a little south of the present one near the large spring on Jacob Behm's farm. Some thirty years ago in making road near that place human bones were dug up, but most of the remains had been removed, long prior, to the grave-yard attached to the present church. There was also at that early day a church somewhere near the boundary between Conewago and Londonderry, not far from the Conewago. Mr. Logan saw one of the graves.

I shall try and hunt it up. The Robinsons and others had negro slaves, and Mr. L. pointed out in one of his fields where the slaves had been buried. Both Mr. and Mrs. Logan are in the enjoyment of good health and memory and delight in talking about "the old times".

C. G. S.


Page 10

Early Justices of Dauphin and Lebanon

From the commission books in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, we have the following as justices of the peace during the Provincial era for the section of then Lancaster county embraced in that of now Dauphin and Lebanon:

Jones Samuel May 8 1729
Jones Samuel Jan. 25, 1736-37
Jones Samuel Nov 22 1738
Lidley Thomas Nov 22 1738
Armstrong James April 4 1741
Jones Samuel April 4 1741
Armstrong James April 4 1741
Weiser Conrad April 4 1741 (Leb)
Lewis James April 4 1741 (Tulpe)
Weiser Conrad Dec 17 1745 (Leb)
Armstrong James Dec 17 1745
Gillespy James Dec 17 1745
Galbraith James Dec 17 1745
Weiser Conrad April 22 1749 (Leb)
Galbraith James April 22 1749
Gillespy James April 22 1749
Vanlear Bernard April 22 1749
Forster Thomas April 22 1749
McClure David April 22 1749
Harris Robert April 22 1749
Galbraith James Oct 16 1752
Forster Thomas Oct 16 1752
Allison John Oct 16 1752
Read Adam Oct 16 1752 (Leb.)
Allison John Jan 30 1761
Read Adam Jan 30 1761 (Leb.)
Forster Thomas Jan 30 1761
Read Adam April 24 1764 (Leb.)
Forster Thomas April 24 1764
Burd James April 24 1764
Richardson Isaac April 24 1764
Burd James May 23 1770
Dellaas John Ph. May 23 1770 (Leb.)
Boyd Robert May 23 1770
Green Timothy May 23 1770

John Harris and the Stranger At the Ferry

At Harris Ferry 135 Years Ago - From the Philadelphia Advertiser of July, 1749, we glean the following:

"Whereas, on or about the 20th of May last, (1749) there came to the House of John Harris, on the Susquehanna, a Man who said he lived near the Great Swamp in Bucks County, and brought Two Horses with him, one a Black, the other a Dun with one eye, which person took a walk from the said Harris's in the Evening and has not since been heard of; These are therefore to desire the owner to fetch the Horses away.

June 22d, 1749."

John Harris, the founder was then just twenty three years of age, and had succeeded to the greater portion of the estate of his father John Harris, who had died the latter part of the preceding year. The foregoing is about the earliest account authenticated by names and dates, that we have of the Harris settlement and the first relation of an incident of a peaceful character. The poor fellow who probably lost his life on that pleasant May evening, who so utterly disappears to those who will have read and now read this notice, how sad his fate. At this time, so long after the occurrence, we may fancy the search Harris and his ferry men made for the missing stranger, and what trouble they took to make his fate known. Then there was but one road to Philadelphia from Harrisburg, no mail and infrequent travelers presented themselves at "the ferry", to whom it would be safe to entrust a letter. The busy activities of the present about the old "Ferry" were not even thought of by the most inveterate guesser. A.B. H.


Page 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13

Tombstone Records In Lutheran Church Yard, Hummelstown.

(In the old grave-yard surrounding Zion Evangelical Lutheran church at Hummelstown, are the tombstone records of those which follow. Believing that their preservation in this form will be appreciated by many - especially those who have "gone out from the old home" - we have arranged them alphabetically for convenience of reference. Will some correspondent give us the marriage and baptismal records of this next to the oldest Lutheran church in Dauphin county.)

Last First Birth Death Comment
Alleman Rebecca Nov. 6 1808 Sep 17 1852  
Bagastow Eliz. 1770 Sep 16 1851 Wife of G.
Bagastow George 1771 July 17 1844  
Barnett John 1794 Sep 12, 1828  
Barnett Mary 1797 Feb 19 1829 Wife of W.
Barnett William 1792 Sep 6 1828  
Bauer Catharine Feb 8 1762 Jan 28 1824 Wife of C.
Bauer Christopher June 19 1759 Jen 10 1826  
Bauer Eva April 28 1791 Mar 3 1848 Wife of J.
Bauer Johannes Feb. 11 1787 Apr 19 1832  
Baughman Hannah (Ricker) Nov. 14 1794 Sep 11 1868  
Baum Catharine Aug. 13 1767 Sep 30 1824 Wife of D.
Baum Daniel June. 30 1759 Sep 4 1839  
Baum Daniel Apr 19 1783 Dec 21 1857  
Baum Jacob May 1 1783 Oct 7 1840  
Baum Johannes Mar 9 1790 Oct 8 1826  
Baum Mary Mar 12 1780 Nov 23 1862 Wf D
Baum Michael Jun 10 1797 Feb 28 1834  
Beinhauer Christiana July 20 1752 Mar 26 1826 Wife of P.
Beinhauer Peter Feb 22 1744 Dec 4 1818  
Bender Heinrich Jan 14 1790 Jan 21 1826  
Blaus Magdalena Oct 16 1785 Mar 28 1852 Wife of N.
Blaus Nicholas Nov 30 1790 May 14 1862  
Blessing John Sep 30 1800 Mar 19 1856  
Blessing Rebecca (Hummel) Mar 19 1805 Aug 13 1868  
Bower Augustus D. Feb 28 1808 May 30 1830  
Brennaman Christina May 9 1784 May 2 1862 Wife of H.
Cassel Esther Nov 12 1772 Apr 24 1848 Wife of F.
Cassel Fred. Jan 16 1769 Mar 22 1830  
Cassel George 1764 Aug 9 1841  
Cassel Sarah 1772 Nov 8 1842  
Cassel Jacob Oct 2 1784 Jun 17 1872 name listed as Gassel
Cassel Sarah Dec 13 1796 Nov 2 1869 Wife of J. name listed as Gassel
Deimer John Feb 5 1807 Jul 26 1878  
Earnest Catharine Dec 22 1779 Apr 21 1849 Wife of J.
Earnest Christopher Mar 17 1807 Oct 22 1873  
Earnest Daniel Oct 15 1777 Jan 12 1831  
Earnest David Jul 1 1798 Sep 7 1854  
Earnest John Mar 24 1773 Nov 20 1840  
Earnest Magdalena Feb 5 1777 Oct 29 1817 Wife of D.
Earnest Margaret Sep 11 1810 Jun 12 1853 Wife of O.
Earnest Obed Aug 20 1809 Nov 27 1857  
Ellinger John Mar 8 1803 Nov 14 1879  
Eshenhaur Eliz (Fitchburn) Aug 26 1799 Oct 25 1836  
Fitchburn   June 1 1762 Dec 18 1788  
Fitchburn Anthony Nov 25 1789 Feb 7 1874  
Fitchburn Catarine Sep 7 1724 Dec 7 1788 Wife of P.
Fitchburn Catherina 1768 May 24 1817 Wife of L.
Fitchburn Ludwig Sep 3 1756 Mar 30 1846  
Fitchburn Magdalena Sep 28 1789 Feb 9 1862 Wife of A.
Fitchburn Philip May 7 1722 Feb 22 1795  
Fitchburn Philip May 26 1759 June 19 1790  
Fridley Simon 1790 Apr 30 1825  
Fox Ann Margaret Dec 14 1756 Oct 21 1838 Wife of J.
Fox Barbara Jan 7 1780 Jan 3 1833 Wife of T.
Fox James 1794 Sep 23 1843  
Fox John 1751 Apr 25 1816  
Fox John Jun 10 1780 Jul 19 1853  
Fox Rachel Nov 24 1799 Sep 27 1867  
Fox Richard Feb 9 1799 Jul 1 1827  
Fox Sarah Nov 4 1785 Oct 8 1866 Wife of J.
Fox Sophia 1804 Mar 6 1844 Wife of J.
Fox Thomas Nov 4 1786 Oct 25 1824  
Geistwite Christina 1803 Jun 29 1871 Wife of H.
Geistwite Henry 1780 July 25 1878  
German Jacob Aug 10 1782 Sep 12 1823  
Graft Jacob Dec 24 1779 Dec 22 1788  
Greenawalt Eliz. 1769 May Wife of J.
Hamilton Maria M. 1762 Mar 22 1840 Wife of N.
Hamilton Nicholas 1752 Sep 28 1836  
Heckaman Cath. 1814 Mar. 11 1878 Wife of G.
Heckaman George Jul 18 1809 Apr 11 1878  
Henderson Dr. William 1795 Mar 8 1849  
Hocker Barbara Oct 6 1787 Mar 16 1878 Wife of M.
Hocker Martin Apr 2 1768 Apr 25 1862  
Hoerner John Jun 3 1783 Nov 8 1874  
Hoerner Magdalena Oct 26 1789 Jen 13 1867 Wife of J.
Hoffer Susanna 1766 Apr 30 1844  
Horner Eliz. 1794 Sep 22 1853 Wife M.
Horner John Jacob Feb 1 1789 May 7 1857  
Horner John Apr 13 1766 Mar 13 1814  
Hummel David May 16 1809 July 27 1870  
Hummel Eliz. Sep 23 1807 Mar 24 1836 Daughter of F.
Hummel Frederick Apr 14 1726 Jun 24 1779  
Hummel Fred. Jul 6 1782 Mar 28 1831  
Hummel George T. Sep 2 1812 Apr 15 1875  
Hummel Hannah Sep 18 1789 Jun 21 1860  
Hummel Jacob 1780 Nov 5 1850  
Hummel Jacob Mar 24 1791 Mar 13 1847  
Hummel John Sep 11 1774 Sep 11 1832  
Hummel Joseph Aug 16 1793 Apr 8 1852  
Hummel Joseph 1803 Jun 19 1841  
Hummel Justina Sep 15 1793 Apr 15 1845 Wife of J.
Hummel Martin Jun 8 1808 Jan 23 1875  
Hummel Mary 1764 Dec 29 1858 Wife of D.
Hummel Peter Jun 14 1807 May 18 1868  
Hummel Rachel 1757 Nov 24 1835 Wife of F.
Hummel Richard Jul 25 1823 Aug 7 1845 Son of F.
Hummel Rosanna Dec 20 1732 Dec 26 1768 Wife of F.
Hummel Rosina May 4 1795 Mar 24 1876  
Hummel Sarah S. 1821 Jul 18 1853 Wife of P.
Hummel Savilla Dec 11 1803 Dec 19 1836 Daughter of F.
Hummel Susanna 1772 Sep 28 1854 Wife of C.
Hummel Susanna Mar 7 1783 Apr 6 1855 Wife of F.
Hummel Susanna 1783 Dec 10 1845 Wife of J.
Hummel Val. Feb 17 1753 Oct 20 1802  
Kaufman Eliz. 1783 Dec 30 1838  
Kellar Magdalena Dec 27 1786 Apr 15 1853 Wife of J.
King Dr. Duncan 1786 Oct 6 1821  
Klopp Eliz. 1806 Jun 5 1874 Wife of S.
Klopp Samuel May 20 1808 Aug 9 1852  
Landis Leah (Hummel) 1787 Jan. 20 1817  
Leebrick Mary G. Sep 24 1776 Mar 23 1860 Wife of P.
Leebrick Philip Feb 27 1775 Nov 30 1827  
Louer Barbara 1757 Mar. 7 1810 Wife of G.
Loner Eve (Bittner) 1800 Aug 24 1852 Wife of S.
Loner George Sep 15 1755 Dec 29 1810  
Manly Catharine 1783 Feb 26 1848 Wife of D.
Manly David 1785 Feb 2 1839  
Messimer Susan (Smith) Nov 15 1791 Jul 18 1865  
Metz Maria 1809 Feb 12 1825  
Moorck Margaret Apr 1719 Sep 13 1795  
Philips John 1786 Jul 11 1855  
Nitz Ann B. Sep 23 1793 Aug 27 1871 Wife of P.
Nitz Peter Jul 17 1781 Jul 7 1852  
Reed David A. 1811 Jan 3 1846  
Rees Eliz. 1798 Jan 2 1826  
Reigel Johannes 1785 May 15 1832  
Reigbard Susan 1800 Feb 20 1870  
Rhamborn Jacob Jun 9 1783 Feb 19 1850  
Rhamborn Mary Ann Oct 17 1783 May 7 1850 Wife of J.
Ricker Daniel Jan. 11, 1799 Sep. 8, 1877  
Ricker Frederick Oct. 24, 1790 May 6, 1872  
Ricker Jacob 1720 Mar. 19, 1802  
Ricker Mary (Fitchburn) Feb. 10, 1765 July 2, 1836 wf. J.
Ricker Mary Jan. 1, 1806 July 19, 1878 wf. D.
Schmidt Catrina Jun. 24 1758 Nov. 3 1842  
Schredle Fred 1798 Oct. 18 1844  
Schredle Susanna 1776 ------  
Seiler Daniel 1773 May 6 1841  
Seiler John, jr. 1802 Jan 30 1826  
Shank David May 16 1802 Jan. 9 1864  
Shank John 1776 Aug 25 1836  
Shank Mary (Bower) Sep 30 1781 Feb 3 1839 Wife of J.
Smith Daniel Jun 9 1778 May 19 1842  
Smith Eliz. Jan 13 1781 Feb 2 1840  
Smith Margaret Oct 10 1784 Dec 23 1870 Wife of D.
Spidel Ann C. 1781 Oct 1 1854  
Spidel Samuel 1780 Mar 3 1824  
Sponsler Sarah Jun 20 1791 Jun 27 1847  
Stahl Barbara Aug 2 1780 Mar 20 1841 Wife of P.
Stahl Peter Aug 8 1773 Apr 23 1825  
Stecher Rev. Henry G. Jul 16 1792 Apr 20 1870  
Stoettle Christian Jun 16 1784 Jan 13 1835  
Stoettle Fredericka Mar 19 1783 Apr 4 1856 Wife of C.
Walter Barbara 1793 Oct 16 1849 Wife of J.
Walter John Jun 18 1792 Jun 16 1854  
Wheeler Joseph 1792 Feb 12 1835  
Wheeler William 1814 Dec 12 1836  
Wittenmyer David 1753 Jul 4 1832  
Wittenmyer Eliz. 1754 Dec 12 1839 Wife of D.
Woffenslegel Magdalena Dec 4 1797 Mar 25 1823  
Zeiter Barbara Jun 1790 Feb 8 1857  
Zeiter Cath. Apr 4 1762 Dec 4 1829 Wife of J.
Zeiter David Sep 15 1801 Apr 6 1872  
Zeiter Hannah Jan 6 1791 Mar 7 1876  
Zeiter Jacob Feb 20 1757 Nov 15 1824  
Zerfass Magdalena Nov 12 1776 Mar 23 1859 Wife of S.
Zerfass Salome 1803 Feb 19 1839 Wife of J.
Zerfass Samuel 1768 Dec 29 1842  


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Records in the New Cemetery
Zion Evangelical Lutheran church at Hummelstown

Andrew Eliz. Mar 1 1796 Jun 5 1862 Wife of J.
Andrew Jacob 1756 Sep 13 1829  
Andrew Jacob Dec 10 1789 Jan. 8 1844  
Andrew Margaret 1759 Apr 18 1838 Wife of J.
Andrew Mary 1784 Jan. 20 1832 Daughter of J.
Baer Abraham May 17 1811 Jan. 30 1844  
Baer John May 26 1783 Mar 2 1859  
Baer Magdalena Sep 20 1786 May 2 1829 Wife of J.
Blessing Eliz Oct 13 1789 Mar 12 1859 Wife of Wm
Blessing Nancy Feb 14 1808 Feb 24 1869  
Blessing William Feb 22 1792 Feb 4 1847  
Bomgardner Eliz. Oct 10 1802 Mar 5 1863 Wife of G.
Books Christina Jul 4 1795 Dec 4 1864  
Bower Amos 1808 Mar 10 1854  
Brandt Anna Margaret Jan 8 1780 Apr 13 1782  
Brandt Maria 1797 Mar 9 1825  
Brandt Susanna 1804 June 1827  
Brubaker Anna Nov 17 1798 Aug 25 1873 Wife of C.
Brubaker Christian Sep 20 1798 Aug 25 1873  
Cassel Eliz. Feb 28 1780 Sep 1 1858 Wife of M.
Cassel George Mar 31 1798 Feb 8 1880  
Cassel Jacob Nov 1 1801 Jul 30 1878  
Cassel Michael May 18 1774 Jan 22 1866  
Derstine Barbara Jan. 19 1791 May 21 1873  
Douglass Eliz. 1774 Dec 15 1840 Wife of J.
Douglass John 1750 May 23 1849  
Earnest Adam May 18 1810 Sept. 20 1873  
Ebersole Helen W. Aug 18 1817 Jan 18 1880 Wife of A.
Elser Joseph Jul 22 1807 Jun 17 1869  
Fisher Jacob Dec 18 1793 Mar 28 1864  
Fisher John Sep 12 1798 Dec 7 1876  
Fisher Susan Mar 17 1801 Aug 26 1876 Wife of John
Fox Eliz. Dec 3 1794 Apr 8 1802 Wife of G.
Fox George Dec 17 1788 Aug 25 1855  
Fox Mary L. 1821 Feb. 7, 1768 Wife of T.E.
Fox Thomas E. Jul 2 1816 Mar 3 1851  
Fultenberger John B. 1802 Jun 10 1878  
Gish George Dec 24 1779 Aug 18 1851  
Gish Rachel Mar 6 1794 Jul 15 1878 Wife of G.
Gish Susan Oct 22 1785 Jun 7 1813 Wife of G.
Greenawalt Nancy Dec 17 1808 Dec 1869 Wife of S.
Greenawalt Samuel Aug 1801 Apr 19 1879  
Heffelfinger Catherine Jan 23 1805 Dec 22 1859 Wife of P.
Heffelfinger Maria 1763 Oct 15 1840 Wife of P.
Heffelfinger Peter, sen. 1767 Jan. 31 1827  
Heffelfinger Peter, jr. Jun 16 1795 May 24 1873  
Hershey Henry 1814 Jan 3 1854  
Hershey Magdalena Sep 30 1809 Mar 9 1876 Wife of J. M.
Hershey Nancy 1813 May 4 1880 Wife of H.
Hess Cath. Jun 16 1 819 Aug 15 1867 Wife of J.
Hocker Benjamin Dec 1 1805 Jun 1 1863  
Hocker Fanny Jun 18 1813 Sep 22 1875 Wife of B.
Hower Isaac Oct 13 1822 Apr 10 1855  
Humber Adam 1779 Nov 15 1828  
Humber Molly 1777 Apr 5 1845 Wife of A.
Hummel Jesse B. Nov 4 1807 Aug 11 1867  
Hummel Mary Apr 27 1815 Jun 14 1840 Wife of J.B.
Hummel Valentine B. Apr 28 1825 Oct 10 1879  
Jones Margaret Nov 1772 Mar 8 1846  
Lingel John Sept 26 1809 Oct 11 1880  
Lingel Martha Oct 29 1810 Sep 12 1880 Wife of J.
Lutz John Mar 5 1795 Aug 5 1872  
Lutz Samuel Dec 7 1818 Jul 6 1868  
Lutz Sarah (Deininger) Nov 10 1799 May 23 1859 Wife of J.
Keever Susan May 16 1776 Aug 25 1855  
Kinzel Jonathan Feb 17 1793 Jan 12 1851  
Mack Rev. P.S. Apr 8 1842 Oct 10 1879  
Mann Charles E. J. Jan 22 1793 Feb 12 1860  
Mann Eliz. Feb 20 1789 Sep 22 1859 Wife of C.
Manley Solomon Oct 13 1817 Jun 11 1872  
Minnich ------- Feb 25 1731 1783 Wife of W.
Minnich Barbara 1768 Mar 11 1823 Daughter of W.
Minnich Wendel, Jr. 1755 Feb 17 1820  
Nissley Christian Aug. 16 1806 Jul 8 1847  
Nissley Esther Apr 23 1776 Mar 4 1876 Wife of J.
Nissley Johannes 1776 Mar 3 1830  
Nissley Nancy Dec 15 1811 Apr 2 1878 Wife of C.
Orth William Jul 31 1796 Oct 10 1861  
Rhan Eliza M. 1834 Jan 28 1863  
Rhan Henry Apr 11 1813 Jan 27 1849  
Rhan Jacob Aug 2 1805 Mar 10 1844  
Rhan Nancy 1804 Jan 22 1864 Wife of J.
Riegel Cath. Mar 17 1764 Oct 22 1820 Wife of J.A.
Riegel John Adam Sep 7 1754 Aug 2 1822  
Rhoades Charles Apr 20 1805 Jan. 19 1877  
Rhoades Henry Dec 28 1777 Aug 28 1844  
Rhoades Susan Apr 25 1779 Jul 25 1855 Wife of H.
Schmidt Elias 1787 Mar 30 1851  
Sherer Esther Feb 5 1796 Jan 10 1875 Wife of J.
Sherer Jacob Feb 19 1798 July 13 1860  
Shope Arsham W. Jul 24 1817 Feb 22 1873  
Shope David 1808 Dec 7 1842  
Singer Barbara 1774 Mar 23 1834 Wife of N.
Singer Nicholas 1769 Mar 4 1815  
Singer Susanna 1797 Apr 17 1828  
Smith Conrad Jul 10 1789 Feb 2 1879  
Smith Susanna 1790 Aug 20 1846 Wife of C.
Spolts Israel 1848 Sep 20 1865  
Stoner Anna Jul 10 1789 Feb 2 1879 Wife of G.
Strickler Ulrich, sen., Mar 9 1808 May 15 1873  
Titzel Jacob Nov 17 1792 Oct 3 1870  
Walmer Samuel 1819 Jul 21 1872  
Wheeler George Oct 13 1816 Sep 3 1865  
Yingst Anna (Ulrich) Jan 16 1770 Dec 29 1856 Wife of J.
Yingst Cath. (Sheller) Oct 26 1794 Nov 15 1886 Wife of J.
Yingst Cath. May 4 1827 Mar 12 1860 Daughter of J.
Yingst Eliz Apr 10 1807 Mar 4 1876 Daughter of J.
Yingst Johannes Aug 17 1773 Feb 5 1821  
Yingst ---- Dec 12 1795 Apr 12 1873 Son of J.
Yingst Rebecca Aug 21 1799 Aug 29 1860 Daughter of J.

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