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Saphronia Groner

Saphronia Groner

Shelli McVey (View posts)
Posted: 12 May 2000 5:39PM GMT
Looking for info on Saphronia Groner. She married Jacob Blackwelder.The only date I have is Jacob birth date 5-5-1779. They are my husbands 4th great grandparents.Any info would be wonderful.

Sophronia Groner

Posted: 2 Dec 2000 8:14PM GMT
Edited: 4 Jun 2005 12:33AM GMT
I have a Sophronia Groner b 1787 in Cabarrus NC married Jacob Blackwelder, b 5-5-1779 NC, Died 1836. They married 1-18-1802. He was the son of Isaac Blackwelder Mary Phifer. Their children were Hugh, Sophronia, Leah, Nancy and Jacob. Sophronia's parents were John Jacob (Groner) Kroner Sr. Elizabeth Walter m 1769. Their children were Christopher, William, Margaret, John Jacob Jr. Sophronia, Nicholas Catherine. John Jacob Sr. was born 2-14-1749 In Bauschlott, Baden Germany and died 1809 in NC. Donald Duncan has this family file, if you can't reach him contact me at picklo1@pdq.net

sophronia groner

shelli (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 2000 2:45PM GMT
Thank you so very much for the information! If you get anymore please let me know. Thanks, Shelli
Posted: 4 Dec 2000 7:04PM GMT
Edited: 4 Jun 2005 12:33AM GMT
Shelli,
Contact me on my email and I will send you the file. picklo1@pdq.net

Groners and Crider/Kriders

Posted: 31 Jul 2001 5:38PM GMT
Edited: 31 Aug 2002 11:45PM GMT
I am interested in this family because my family lived very close to them in NC. The Mecklenburg County area they lived in became Cabarrus County in 1792.
The Groners owned 3 tracts of land, one of which was adjacent to Martin Phifer's. My ancestor Jacob Crider/Krider lived on the Phifer plantation after Martin's death. Jacob's son Daniel was my ancestor. In 1799 he married Barbara Walter, who was the widow of Nicholas Walter (married about 1790, died about 1798). There is some undocumented evidence that widow Barbara was a Groner.
Mary Phifer Blackwelder was the daughter or grandaughter of Martin Phifer, Sr.
Elizabeth Walter might have been related to Nicholas Walter.
Jacob Crider and Jacob Groner were both associates of Joseph Shinn.

My questions:
Do you have any evidence of a Barbara Groner marrying a Nicholas Walter circa 1790?
Do you have any evidence of other relationships between the Groners and Crider/Kriders?
Can you please send me Donald Duncan's email address, and/or forward this to him?
Bill Crider
billcrider@usa.net

Groners and Crider/Kriders

Posted: 31 Jul 2001 5:42PM GMT
Edited: 31 Aug 2002 11:45PM GMT
I am interested in this family because my family lived very close to them in NC. The Mecklenburg County area they lived in became Cabarrus County in 1792.
The Groners owned 3 tracts of land, one of which was adjacent to Martin Phifer's. My ancestor Jacob Crider/Krider lived on the Phifer plantation after Martin's death. Jacob's son Daniel was my ancestor. In 1799 he married Barbara Walter, who was the widow of Nicholas Walter (married about 1790, died about 1798). There is some undocumented evidence that widow Barbara was a Groner.
Mary Phifer Blackwelder was the daughter or grandaughter of Martin Phifer, Sr.
Elizabeth Walter might have been related to Nicholas Walter.
Jacob Crider and Jacob Groner were both associates of Joseph Shinn.

My questions:
Do you have any evidence of a Barbara Groner marrying a Nicholas Walter circa 1790?
Do you have any evidence of other relationships between the Groners and Crider/Kriders?
Can you please send me Donald Duncan's email address, and/or forward this to him?
Bill Crider
billcrider@usa.net

Re: Groners and Crider/Kriders

Posted: 1 Aug 2001 12:31AM GMT
Edited: 4 Jun 2005 12:33AM GMT
Surnames: Groner
Sorry I do not have any of these people in my file. If I come across them I will be sure to let you know. Terry Ann

Re: Groners and Crider/Kriders

Posted: 20 Oct 2001 3:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Sep 2003 2:32AM GMT
Terri, will you send me you e-mail address. I have a question for you. Marcia Hoogerhyde jmhooger@yahoo.com
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