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U.N. (View posts)
Posted: 17 Jun 1999 11:17AM GMT
ANY DAUGHENBAUGHS OUT THERE? REPLY I'D LIKE TO TALK TO YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Daughenbaugh Family

Posted: 18 Jul 1999 6:34PM GMT
Edited: 28 Jul 2001 9:50PM GMT
My grandmother was a Daughenbaugh from
Cambria County, Pa. Her Parents were Bert
Monroe and Maggie(Dearmin) Daughenbaugh.
Bert's parents were Ephriam and Eliza (Edwards)
Daughenbaugh Would be happy to exchange info
with anyone else researching this line of the
Daughenbaugh family.

Daughengaughs

Anita Harrison Ervin (View posts)
Posted: 26 Sep 1999 8:15PM GMT
My greatgrandmother was Mary Elizabeth Daughenbaugh Harrison. Her father was Peter Daughenbaugh, born around 1811 in Centre County, Pennsylvania. Her mother's last name was Behr. They called her Adeline. Peter and family moved to Greene co. WI where Mary E. married my g'grandfather Robert Henry Harrison. They moved to Benton County, Iowa. She died in childbirth in 1879 and is buried in Davis Cemetery, Linn County, about a mile SE of where they lived in Benton Co., Iowa. Not long after, he moved to Woodbury County, Iowa where he died. His son, who was my grandfather was Robert Henry (Bert), my father is Robert Ferroll, b. 1909.

About 400 families or so, at last count...

Ed Daughenbaugh (View posts)
Posted: 2 Oct 1999 6:42PM GMT
Who is U.N.?

Do you have any specific questions?
Ed

Daughenbaugh

Shelia (View posts)
Posted: 8 Oct 1999 1:57PM GMT
I am trying to comiple a brief history for a few of my nieces and nephews. My nephew Lonnie is a Daughenbaugh. I am looking for information on his gr-gr-grandfather William J. Daughenbaugh.
He was a Mule driver for the Army in the Civil War. (Not sure which side) Any info will be helpful.
Thanks,
Shelia

William

Ed Daughenbaugh (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 1999 7:09PM GMT
I have a photograph of my g.g.grandfather John with his brother William, William's wife (2) Belle and two daughters Emily and Anna (Maude).

John was in the Civil War, I have his Discharge Papers and copies of other official doccuments.

The William that I have, appears to be William I. Daughenbaugh, B. July 1848 M. (1) Ann Eliza Rodgers and (2) Belle Smith.

My records show 6 children with Ann and only the two daughters with Belle.

My g.g.grandfather John had a son named William J. B. 5 March 1869

If I can find it, I do have a family sheet for a William J. B.1830

Any help for you?

William J. Daughenbaugh B. 1830 (1850 age 20)

Ed Daughenbaugh (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 1999 9:53PM GMT
William J.probably born in Lamar Twp., Centre County, PA. His parents were: Samuel D. and Susan (Wilt)

William J. Married (1) Elizabeth Otto about 1849 and they had seven children:

Daughter: Mary B. 1850 (1860 age 10) (probably born in Lancaster Twp., Stephenson Co., Ill.)

Daughter: Minerva B. 1852 died as an infant 18 April 1852 Age 1 mo. 22 days

Son: Robert B. 1853 died as an infant 13 Sep 1854

Son: John S. B. June 1855 Married Olive abt. 1892

Daughter: Anna Delilah B. 27 Aug 1857 in Rockford, Winnebago, Ill., Married John Martin Hanks 16 Oct 1880 and she died 17 Apr 1933

Son: Harry B. 1859 (1860 age 1)

Son: Daniel W. B. 1859 (1870 age 11)

William's second wife was Martha A. and they had 5 children:

Son: Henry (or Harry) I. B. July 1868 in Ill (1870 age 3)

Son?: Carrie E. B. 1869 in Iowa (1870 age 1)

Daughter: Sarah E. B. 1871 (1880 age 9)

Son: James A. B. 1873 (1880 age 7)

Son: Charles B. 1876 (1880 age 4)

Is this the correct William J.?

Civil War

Ed Daughenbaugh (View posts)
Posted: 16 Nov 1999 6:37AM GMT
Daughenbaugh, W - Pvt - 185 Reg. Co. A 6mos.
Daughenbaugh, W.H. 185 Reg. Co. K 3yrs
Daughenbaugh, W 205 Reg. Co. A 1yr

You might try contacting the:
Bureau of Archives and History
William Penn Memborial Museum and Archives Building
Box 1026
Harrisburg PA 17120

or
National Archives Central Reference Service
National Archives Building
Washington, D.C. 20408

When I was conducting my research, I found my g.g.grandfather, John, in:
History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5; by Samuel P. Bates Vol. V Harrisburg 1871

This book lists the members of each regiment and Company and provides Name, Rank, Date of Muster into Service and Remarks for each member. It also gives a narrative of Regiment History, what they did and where.

My g.g.grandfather, for instance was in 188 Reg. Co. D and was wounded in the hand at Cold Harbor, VA June 3, 1864 and mustered out with his Company Dec. 14, 1865.

Good luck with your search.

Daughenbaughs

anita harrison ervin (View posts)
Posted: 17 Nov 1999 8:21AM GMT
Ed,
I am enjoying all of the messages----Have I told you that I have military records for Absolem, Thomas Jefferson, and Christian? A couple of them are to collect money from the government for support, either widow or a child. Pretty interesting.
I have military papers for Jacob Zentz, as well. Have you ever come across that name in your research? He is the husband of Mary Elizabeth's sister in law, Clarissa Ann Harrison Kirby Zentz.
Thanks,
anita

No I didn''t know

Ed Daughenbaugh (View posts)
Posted: 17 Nov 1999 8:35AM GMT
I have a feeling that we're on-line at the same time...

Could you scan them? I am thinking about scanning the doccuments and photographs that I have and posting them in the near future...
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