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Hays, Stoneburner, Spring, Crooks

Hays, Stoneburner, Spring, Crooks

Janet Jamison (View posts)
Posted: 23 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hays, Stoneburner, Spring, Crooks
Am looking for any information possible on these four families from Loudon Co. They all migrated to Muskingum Co, Ohio at about 1810 and intermarried there in the 1820's.

Spring/Stoneburner

Posted: 16 Nov 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Jun 2002 3:03PM GMT
Surnames: Spring, Stoneburner, Roller, Fawley, Roller
In Loudoun County, I have ancestry regarding SPRING, FAWLEY, STONEBURNER. Anna Maria Stoneburner (b. 1764) mar. Andreas Spring (b. 1750)in Loudoun County in 1775. They had 8 children. Anna Maria Christinia b. abt.1786, Elizabeth b.1783, Christena Maria Christinia b. 1786, Casper b. abt. 1788, Michael b. 1793, Johannes b. abt. 1795, Jacob b. abt. 1801 and David b. abt. 1803. If you would like more info. e-mail back and I will dig out my notes.
Posted: 11 Apr 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 4:46AM GMT
Surnames: ROLLER
I see you mention the surname Roller. I have some information on then from Rev. War until early 1800s in Loudoun Cty.

Info on families listed

Pat Boothe (View posts)
Posted: 10 Jun 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Myers, Havenner, Thrasher
Need info on Peter Cornelius Myers, Sr. Do not know his wife's name--only know about his descendants. Also information on my grandmother, Sarah Havenner, who was married to George W. Myers..Would like information on Thrasher family. All of these ancestors lived in Loudoun County, VA.

Myers

John Freed (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jul 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Myers
Pat,
I have not worked on this particular MYERS line, but have the MYERS pages from the "Charles Blair Tavenner Collection, Family Records of Loudoun Co., VA."

>Peter Cornelius Myers, Sr.

Probably # 204?: Peter C M( - ) m. Mary Cathn(1811-1901)

Not IDed as "Sr.", but #28 Peter C M(1837- ) is son of #204
["Jr." m. Mary Margaret Compher]

>Sarah Havenner, who was married to George W. Myers
#90 Geo W M(1838-1912) m. 1861 Sarah Jane Havener (1843-1908)

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Do you have any connections to Samuel W. MYERS? I'm looking for his parents. Peter MYERS a possibility. Samuel m. Olivia Jane WYNKOOP 6 Sep 1851 and "Peter Myers proves the ages." Also, Sameul & Olivia had a child b. 13 Dec 1856 "at res. of parents, Peter Myers' farm."

John

Stoneburner Genealogy

Carole Quinley (View posts)
Posted: 18 Nov 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Samuel Stoneburner, Frances Montgomery Stoneburner, Washington William Dennis
Looking for information on my gggggrandfather
SAMUEL STONEBURNER b? Loudon Co, VA 1810 His daughter
FRANCES MONTGOMERY STONEBURNER (my ggggrandmother) d 15 Oct 185?,Bond Co, IL
She married
WASHINGTON WILLIAM DENNIS Feb 1830 who was born 20 Sept 1807 Leesburg VA, d 26 Aug 1845, Bond Co. IL Both Frances and Washington are buried in Bond Co., IL, Smith Cem.
Thank you for any info you can share.

LUTHER A THRASHER

KYLE M CONDON (View posts)
Posted: 28 Jan 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: THRASHER
LUTHER A THRASHER was born in Loudoun County, VA June 26, 1835 and died in Lynchburg VA November 26, 1903. At the age of ten years he moved with his parents to Belmont County, Ohio. He received his early education in the Academy of Barnsville, OH.
He removed to Champaign County, ILL in 1853 where he engaged in farming and teaching. He taught in Sidney, ILL until March 1859 when he came to Allen County, Kansas.

He was amoung the first to teach a subscription School in Iola, KS and was also principal of the Iola school in 1869-1870. He married Amanda L McClure near Carlyle, KS on Nov 10, 1870. Had two children Luther E and Sara Emily. The mother and daughter survived him.

At the breaking out of the Civil War he enlisted on the 28th day of August , 1861, as a private in 10th regiment of Kansas volunteers in a company commanded by the late Capt. W.C. Jones.

When the policy of utilizing colored men as troops on the Union Side was approved he recruited a company and was made Captain of Company E, in a regiment known as the First Kansas Colored Volunteers, under the command of Col. J.M. Williams, which afterward became distinguished as the 79th US Colored troops.

Re: Info on families listed

Posted: 8 Feb 2013 1:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Samuel W Myers (husband of Olivia Jane) B abt 1827 D 1904 is my gg grandfather. I have been trying to document his parents for some time. Does anyone know for sure if his father is Peter Myers Sr? Thank you - any and all info agreatly appreeciated. Nancy Fincher/Crouse/Myers Kuzmick
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