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1. [WVHARDY] Thanks to: Robert Shobe and Dr. Iman [1]
Thank you for the information and your kindness in sharing with the list of "Allegheny Passage." Mary
2. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John [1]
Tracey, do you send each message in duplicate or triplicate? jack -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tracey Holloway Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 1:54 PM To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John Yes. That is definitely my line. Thanks for the information. Tracey Holloway Administrative Assistant Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP 471 East Broad Street, Suite 2001 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 469-0100 -----Origina
3. Re: [WVHARDY] (no subject) [1]
My Click's (English spelling) came from Germany. Tootsie Shoemaker T. ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 2:11 AM Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] (no subject) > > They are most likely from Germany or Switzerland. The Brethren movement > started in Switzerland and spread to Germany. I'm not sure where the > Dunkards started, but they were definitly part of the group who came to > Hardy Co. Many of the German families were from the Pa
4. Re: [WVHARDY] Iman family [1]
Are the Hardy County Land Records online? Pat In a message dated 1/6/2008 5:01:10 PM Central Standard Time, Phalintl@aol.com writes: The Hardy County Land Records show that on 7 Jul 1794 , Stephen Hodge and his wife Mary (also called Margaret) transferred land to Jacob Inman adjacent to land of Adam Weese and John Painther, acreage and price not given, Larry Phalin In a message dated 1/5/2008 2:30:21 PM Central Standard Time, kwahaddi@yahoo.com writes: **************Start the year
5. Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list [1]
I go back to at least James Shoemaker and Mary Magdaline Anderson in Virginia. Thanks for the response. Jim> From: thelmamarie55@earthlink.net> To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com> Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 19:44:06 -0500> Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list> > I have no connect as far as I know to SHIRK's but my Shoemaker's were in VA.> Tootsie Shoemaker T.> Michigan> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "James Mouse" > To: > Sent: Thursday, J
6. Re: [WVHARDY] 1850 Hardy Co. Census [1]
is west va. one of the states that had state censuses? you might want to check that angle. s> Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 02:31:42 -0800> From: tkmadison@yahoo.com> To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com> Subject: [WVHARDY] 1850 Hardy Co. Census> > I have an ancestor, John Keller who was born in Hardy Co. in 1829, married there in 1851 - I'm having difficulty finding him in the 1850 Hardy Co. census (or anywhere for that matter). I realize that he may not even be in Hardy Co. in 1850, but I heard something awhile back and I
7. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John [1]
I only send it once. What's strange is my responsive emails come back to me three or four times after I send them to you guys. Not sure why. I apologize for this. Tracey Holloway Administrative Assistant Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP 471 East Broad Street, Suite 2001 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 469-0100 -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Jack Knee Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 2:08 PM To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WV
8. [WVHARDY] SHIRKS [1]
Hi Tracy, Found Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP interesting due to the fact I was born in Clark Co. OH and Shoemaker is my maiden name. I have these SHIRKS mentioned in a book I have. Adam; Caty; Elizabeth; Henry; Jacob; John; Jonathan; Mary; Mary Catre; Rebeca; Susannah. Tootsie Shoemaker T. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tracey Holloway" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 4:35 PM Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list > >
9. Re: [WVHARDY] (no subject) [1]
hi jim, you come to my rescue yet again. believe the place have been trying to think of may well be schwarzenau. maybe will come across reference when trying to organize my miller/teets/etc. files. did we pinpoint a place of departure for our miller ancestor? am planning to visit germany late summer or early fall and would surely love to find the miller origin while there. s> From: j.a.funkhouser@worldnet.att.net> To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com> Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2008 21:39:12 -0500> Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] (
10. Re: [WVHARDY] Allegheny Passage [1]
The book is available @ Bookfinder.com In a message dated 1/5/2008 1:49:16 P.M. Central Standard Time, sciman@csupomona.edu writes: Dear Mary: Many of our early Hardy families had come down through Pennsylvania and Maryland and resided in or near the old Fairfax estate along the South Branch. George Washington in his early survey work noted the 'rabble'. Many of these families were from the Pfalz, and like my own ancestors, many had been forced out of Switzerland as early Mennonites/anab
11. Re: [WVHARDY] 1850 Hardy Co. Census [1]
Tracy, It is possible that this could had happen since I myself know that one of my ancestor in the 1820 census was not enumerated but was on the tax list 1819 and 1821 or 1825. So it could happen. I also had ti happen when I couldn't find my grandfather in the 1920 census also. Strange where my 3rd great grandfather was missing in 1820 and a hunderd years later my grandfather was also. So you may want to check our any tax listing. Matt Friend On Jan 4, 2008 4:31 AM, Tracy Keller
12. Re: [WVHARDY] Iman family [1]
The Hardy County Land Records show that on 7 Jul 1794 , Stephen Hodge and his wife Mary (also called Margaret) transferred land to Jacob Inman adjacent to land of Adam Weese and John Painther, acreage and price not given, Larry Phalin In a message dated 1/5/2008 2:30:21 PM Central Standard Time, kwahaddi@yahoo.com writes: Steve, Would you share your Iman line with me? My earliest known Iman connection is Jacob Iman who married Frony Rohrbaugh. Their son Jacob Iman Jr. b. 1824 who married Mary El
13. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS [1]
Hi Again - Sorry - I hit the wrong button. - 1. Adam Shirk ca 1787-29 Jul 1876 & Annie ca 1797-25Apr 1859 - War 1812 - age at death about 89 years - 1877 Atlas, Union Co., OH, bur Taylor Twp., Union Co., OH - children: Stephen & Lydia, b. Hardy Co., VA(WV) m. George Draper. - 1.1 Stephen Shirk b. 21 Oct 1826 Liberty Twp., Union Co., OH, d. 26 Jan 1910 Union Co., OH, m. Mary (Brake) b. 17 Feb 1827 Union Co., OH, d. 4 Jan 1903 Union Co., OH, both bur. Oakdale, Marysville, Union Co., OH.
14. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John [1]
Tracey: Check out your system for apparently others like me is getting multiple copies which gets to be a pain but I don't want to go off the Hardy list. We don't have this annoyance with any other senders. Thanks, Jack -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tracey Holloway Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 2:10 PM To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John I only send it once. What's strange is my responsive ema
15. Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list [1]
I am distantly related to a Solomon Shirk and his son John (Jehu) W. Shirk. Also, I am related to the Shoemaker/Shumaker families out of VA/WV. Have a good weekend. I live in Dayton, OH. J. Mouse> From: tholloway@midohiolaw.com> To: WVHARDY@rootsweb.com> Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 16:35:40 -0500> Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list> > > > I am a descendant from the Shirks from Hardy County, VA (now WV). I> wondered if anyone has any information they would like to share.> > Tracey H
16. Re: [WVHARDY] Allegheny Passage [1]
Dear Mary: Many of our early Hardy families had come down through Pennsylvania and Maryland and resided in or near the old Fairfax estate along the South Branch. George Washington in his early survey work noted the 'rabble'. Many of these families were from the Pfalz, and like my own ancestors, many had been forced out of Switzerland as early Mennonites/anabaptists. Bittinger's work is fascinating since it's a combination of sociology and genealogy and seeks to understand the ties and backgrounds of many
17. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/Adam Shirk [1]
No I don't have that. Very interesting. Thanks for your help. Tracey Holloway Administrative Assistant Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP 471 East Broad Street, Suite 2001 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 469-0100 -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tootsie Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 1:32 PM To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/Adam Shirk Do you have this info? pg. 100 from Hardy Co Will Book 3 (Number by name ar
18. Re: [WVHARDY] 1850 Hardy Co. Census [1]
Tracey, Maybe someone else can answer you better than I can; but if I'm not mistaken, Hardy County in 1850 was divided into different counties-Hampshire, Shenadoah, and possibly Frederick. Maybe you would like to check some of those out. It is possible that your ancestor could be listed in one of those counties. Hope this information can be of help. Shirley _____________________________________________________________ Click here to find the perfect banking opportunity! http://thirdpartyoffers.juno.com/
19. Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list [1]
I am a descendant from the Shirks from Hardy County, VA (now WV). I wondered if anyone has any information they would like to share. Tracey Holloway Administrative Assistant Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP 471 East Broad Street, Suite 2001 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 469-0100 -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of wvhardy-request@rootsweb.com Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 4:34 PM To: tholloway@midohiolaw.com Subject: Welcome to the "WV
20. Re: [WVHARDY] (no subject) [1]
A really good study on the Chuch of the Brethren in the Valley of the South Branch (which includes Hardy county) is Emmert F. Bittinger's "Allegheny Passage". It traces the rise of the church in Germany, its arrival in America and the various settlements on West Virginia and Maryland from a genealogic stand point. A must read if you have Dunkards from West Virginia in your family tree. Robert Virginia Beach ----- Original Message ----- From: Tootsie To: wvhard
21. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS [1]
I have the following SHIRK in my family tree: B. married to Leta Mae Nesselrodt John son of Herman Lee Whetzel, Jr and his wife Lisa Mary Lou married to Byron Robert Bender Patricia married to Gordon Franklin Whetzel Sarah married to John William Kimble **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
22. Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John [1]
Yes. That is definitely my line. Thanks for the information. Tracey Holloway Administrative Assistant Shoemaker & Howarth, LLP 471 East Broad Street, Suite 2001 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 469-0100 -----Original Message----- From: wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:wvhardy-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tootsie Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 1:51 PM To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] SHIRKS/John Could Adam Shirk you mentioned here be the son Adam of Henry in the will I just sent t
23. Re: [WVHARDY] Iman family [1]
Steve, Would you share your Iman line with me? My earliest known Iman connection is Jacob Iman who married Frony Rohrbaugh. Their son Jacob Iman Jr. b. 1824 who married Mary Ellen Lewis were my 3 gr-grandparents. I've found these families in Hampshire, Hardy, Grant and Mineral Counties on various records. Jacob and Frony Iman are my brick wall. My line from them: Jacob Iman/Frony Rohrbaugh son Jacob Iman Jr./ Mary Ellen Lewis son Jacob M. Iman b 1863 in Hardy County m. Rebecca Jane Ri
24. Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list [1]
what is going on with the list. Seems there is a lot of headers included, makes it very hard to find what the actual message reply is. Is rootsweb having problems. This is not happening on other lists. Sally ----- Original Message ----- From: James Mouse To: wvhardy@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, January 25, 2008 5:26 AM Subject: Re: [WVHARDY] Welcome to the "WVHARDY" mailing list I go back to at least James Shoemaker and Mary Magdaline Anderson in Virginia. Thanks for the response. Jim
25. Re: [WVHARDY] Shirk [1]
The following information is in my database because of Sarah's marriage to John Miller. 1850 Census Sarah is 45, Wesley L. 16, Wm C. 12. John died in 1839. May be buried in Old Bethel Cemetery #3, GR 1977, pg 48. Sarah Miller, wife of John is listed in Fairview Cemetery #1. Their children are also buried here. Fort Seybert Heritage Educational Association (FSHEA ) has conducted a cemetery survey of Old Bethel Cemetery #3. The headstones are scattered and the burial records have been mis

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