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From: "Betty C. Spurgin" <>
Subject: Re: [CLINE] Daniel
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 13:55:31 -0600
My Johann Jacob Klein came to America in 1840 from Baden, Germany, through Va and
I am wondering if he was any relation to your John Jacob Klein. when he got here
his name was changed to John Cline. He married a Hannah ? in Va and went to Mo.
Janet & Howard wrote:
> A terrific book has been written by Joseph Vance of Lombard, IL on this
> Phillip Cline and Elizabeth Schweizer. There is also a great deal of
> information on them at the Romney, WV Courthouse.
> Joseph Vance, 310 North Garfield Street, Lombard, IL 60148
> Janet Papke>
> >My Cline family seems to parallel this family. I have John Jacob Klein
> >born in Germany about 1735 and married to Eva Dusong. They came to
> >America before 1760 as sons Phillip ((b1760 in PA) and Anthony were (b 1777
> >in VA) were born in America. The family settled at Yellow Springs VA.
> >Phillip married Elizabeth Schweizer and they had fourrteen children.
> >Several of the children moved to Ohio. The name evolved to Clyne and then
> >Cline depending on what census you examine.
> >The children and birthdates are
> >Anna Maria 1792
> >Christina 1793
> >Joseph 1794
> >Daniel 1795
> >Solome 1797
> >Elizabeth 1798
> >Catherina 1799
> >Rebecca 1801
> >Abraham 1803
> >Barbara 1804
> >Phillip 1807
> >Johannes 1808
> >Michael 1811
> >Eva 1812
> >I would love to hear from anyone who connects to this family.
> >>It's possible that your Clines are descended from John Klein/Kline/
> >>Clyne/Clyne, who emigrated from Northern Germany to New York
> >>between 1750 and 1770. John had sons George, Jacob, John Jr.
> >>and possibly Joseph. George was born 1740 in Germany and was
> >>married in Ulster Co. NY in 1770.
> >>John Sr. and his sons were in Sunbury, Penn Twp, Northumberland
> >>Co. PA shortly after George's marriage. George and Jacob are
> >>known to have moved to the extreme west side of PA, to Greene Co.,
> >>by about 1786. Some of George's children were born at Fort Henry,
> >>VA (now Wheeling, WV). After the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794,
> >>George moved his family down the Ohio River to Washington Co. OH;
> >>his sons later established in the next county north, Monroe Co., which
> >>became heavily populated by Clines.
> >>George's genealogy has been exhaustively traced, but I've seen little
> >>about his brothers Jacob, John Jr., and possible Joseph. If John Jr.
> >>and/or Joseph went to Washington Co. MD from Sunbury, it doesn't
> >>look like too arduous a trip.
> >>Some background on this family is available at the Monroe Co. OH
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: [mailto:]
> >>Sent: Friday, February 25, 2000 4:10 PM
> >>Subject: Re: [CLINE] Daniel
> >> I find the exchanges on Henry, William, and Solomon Cline interesting
> >>just perhaps a connection to the Clines I search.
> >> I am have a Daniel Kline, who according to the 1850 census of
> >>Washington Co Maryland, was born 1810 in Pennsylvania, has a wife Margaret
> >>(Ellis?) daughter Susan born 1835 Md., son Daniel born 1841 Md., son Joseph
> >>born 1845 Md., and a daughter Tarabella born 1849 Md. Susan married John
> >>Henry Bowers and Joseph married Barbara Irvin. After Susan's and Joseph's
> >>death, the two spouses and all children came on to Linn So., Iowa. Though
> >>name is spelled Kline on the census and Daniel's marraige record, the family
> >>in Iowa uses Cline. I don't know if the Washington
> >>Co. earlier referred to is in Pennsylvania or Maryland. Is there anyone out
> >>there with the slightest clue as to who my Clines are? Marlys
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