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Kraml1ch Fam1ly The ship Patience which arrived at Philadelphia Sept 19 1749 had among its 270 passengers the following Valentine Gramly Hans Adam Gramlich Hans Adam Gramlich Jr The relationship between the first one and the two last named is not of record but tradition states that the first two were brothers The name is one which is easily misspelled and on the old documents are found the following spellings Kramlich Kramley Kramly Cromley Cromly and Crumley Valentine Kramlich came from the Duchy of Wurtemberg Germany and soon after his arrival at Philadelphia he proceeded via the Schuylkill river to Oley township Berks county thence across the hills into Macungie then settled in Weisenberg township Northampton now Lehigh county There he became a large property owner and one of the organizers of a church for the community He was a man of great prominence inence and influence and was a leader in his district But in an historical record of Ziegel church written by the Rev WH Helffrich a minister of the Reformed faith possessed of great learning and foresight who dwelt in that section credit for meritorious work was largely given to members of his own faith while the work of the Lutherans of which Valentine Kramlich was a leader were barely mentioned Kramlich was possessed of more than ordinary intelligence was a Lutheran of strong convictions and his numerous posterity among whom are a number of ministers of the Gospel have continued to hold to that faith with remarkable zeal The ancestor had the following children 1 George who moved from the district after 1 790 died near Danville Pa 2 Paul who died upon the homestead 3 Daniel 4 Anna Maria 5 Christian who moved to Ohio in 1808 and soon afterward he began to spell his name Crumley and Cromley but on his marriage certificate and official documents it was spelt Kramlich Paul Kramlich who continued upon the homestead in Weisenberg township in 1790 had three sons and four daughters The sons were Paul Jr Jacob and Jonathan The tax lists of Weisenberg township contain these names 1 762 Valentine Kramlich 1 781 Valentine Gramlich Paul Gramlich 1 81 2 Paul Kramlich Paul Kramlich Jr Jacob Kramlich The Penna Arch record the names of Paul Jacob Christian George and Frank Francis Kramlich as having served in the Revolutionary War from Northampton county The four first named were descendants and doubtless sons of Valentine of Weisenberg township except Jacob who was a son of Paul Kramlich Frank or Francis was a son of Adam Kramley whose record follows In Will Book 1 Page 105 in the court house at Easton Pa is the will of one Adam Kramley who died in April 1773 in Moore township Northampton county He was twice married and by his first wife had five children An item of the will says My son Francis Kramley by my present wife shall have the homestead farm upon which I now live The will was made March 8 1773 and was probated on May 1 of the same year The executors of it were M F I and E Kramley doubtless sons of the testator The above Adam Kramley doubtless was the same Hans Adam Gramlich who with his son Hans Adam Jr emigrated to America in 1749 The Federal Census of 1790 records one Adam Gramlich living in the eastern district of Cumberland county Pa and he had three sons and four daughters Christoper and Frederick Cromlich lived also in the same district in that year The former had four and the latter had six children Three of the five children of Valentine Kramlich moved to Ohio in 1808 and settled in Fairfield county Christian his youngest son was the father of the late Daniel Crumley of Lith opolis O and of Conrad Crumley of Hocking township to whom the Crumlings of Fairfield county owe their genealogy Three sons of Paul Kramlich moved from Pennsylvania to Pickaway county O in 181 5 Their names were Paul Jacob and Jonathan Paul died in March 1826 leaving four sons viz Jonas Stephen Thomas and William The latter was born in Lehigh county Pa March 19 1 813 and died in Ohio in May 1888 He was the father of the Hon TE Cromley of Ash ville O He served as a trustee of the boys industrial school at Lancaster and was state senator from Pickaway county Conrad Crumley the immediate ancestor of the Hocking township clan reared a large family two of whom Daniel and George served in the Union army Conrad Crumlie was one of the grand old men of the past one whose influence and example for good was felt in a large circle of acquaintances He served as a trustee of the St Peter's Lutheran Church Lancaster O He died in 1879 aged seventy seven years having enjoyed a happy married life for fifty five years Of his eleven children six were still living in 1912 They were David Mrs Elizabeth Graham Peter G Joshua Daniel and George W George Kramlich was a laborer and an old line veterinary doctor He and family for many years lived in Longswamp township Berks county but died while living with his son John at Topton Pa about the year 1877 aged seventy nine or eighty years He is buried at the Longswamp church His wife was a Wal bert and their children were Charles James Sarah who was very tall and heavy was the wife of Levi Leibensperger John and Mary married to John Batdorf Charles Kramlich son of George was born in 1837 He was a butcher and carried on the business at Monterey and later at Topton where he died in 1874 He is buried at the Maxa tawny Zion's church He was married to Sallie Ann Kuhns born June 19 1838 and died at Allentown in 19 13 They had the following children Frank O who died Jan 22 1913 aged fifty three years two months and three days Charles F Alice married to Edward Kramer Ida married to Dr CJ Otto Hiester
Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania : embracing a concise history of the county and a genealogical Volume I. Chapter XIII--Family reunions
There was a book written in 1910 about Johannes Furry.
HISTORY of JOHONNES FURRY, (OR FORRER) AND HIS DESCENDANTS TO THE END OF THE EIGHTH GENERATION AS COMPILED BY HENRY S. FURRY 1910-11 Reading, PA. You can read it online here.
Arrival In America
"On October 16, 1727, Johannes Furrey (or Forrey), and forty-six Palatines, with their families, about two hundred persons embarked on the ship, Friendship ,of Bristol, John Davis, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cows, from whence the ship sailed on June 20th, 1727, and landed at Philadelphia." The Furry Family In America Found on an Ancestry message board - "The bulk of Henry S.Furry's 1910 book- "History of Johonnes Furry, (or Forrer) and His Descendants to End of the Eight Generation", is likely correct. However his assumption that his John Furry/Forrer of Berks Co.,Pa was one and the same as Johannes Forrer arriving in 1727, is incorrect. Johannes, of 1727, was Mennonite, lived and died in Lancaster Co.,PA.. None of his children per;"Biographical Annals of Lancaster County" settled in Berks Co,PA either. The Biographical Annals of Lanc." lists Johannes and some of his descendants as Mennonite. As does Richard W. Davis in his "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners". Likely John Furry naturalized 1755 in Phila.."The Biographical Annals of Lanc.." and R.W.Davis, indicate that Johannes (1727) did not go to Berks Co., but none of his children did either. John Jr. inherited farm in Hempfield. Son Daniel inherited part of the same farm. Jacob inherited farm in Hellam Twp, York Co.. Abraham- also rec'd half. David inherited 'Chestnut Hill' farm (sold and moved to M.D.). Henry inherited a mill. Henry later purchased brother Abraham's land in York " Residence
Source: The Blue Book of Schuylkill County, by Ella Zerbey Elliott, Pottsville, PA: Press of Pottsville, 1916. [Map appears between pp. 36 and 37.]
Find Johann Fohrer on the far right, 3rd from the top.
This map also shows the location of three churches: Reith's Church, 1727 (also known as Zion's Church) Lutheran Church, 1743 (Christ Lutheran, Stouchsburg, established 1743 on lands (5 acres each) donated by Lawrence and Sebastian Fischer, Geroge Unruh, and Christian Lower.)
Reformed Church (Trinity Tulpehocken Reformed, c. 1738) (Reith's Church is of interest because Johannes wife is reported to possibly be a Reith) "In this manor of Plumpton lay the Rieth (Reed) Lutheran Church lands, the George Rieth, Jacob Capp (Kapp), Adam Lesch, Philip Brown, Jacob Sheffer (Schaeffer), Christian Ruchty (afterwards the Christian Deppen homestead), Gottfried Fiedler (Fidler), and the Feake (Feeg) homesteads, all situated along the Tulpehocken Creek, from the Rieth's Church down to the Charming Forge. Northward within the manor lay the original homes of the Conrad Long, Christopher Kayser (Keiser), Nicholas Kinzer, Peter Schaeffer, John Fohrer, Michael Krise, and eastward the homes of Conrad Weiser, Derr, (aft- erwards Peter Lauck's farm), John Dieter, Leonard Stupp, etc. " Full text of "Annals of Womelsdorf, Pa., and community, 1723-1923 : history's yard-stick for two-hundred years" This John Furrey went to Tulbehocken, Berks County, Pa., and got a land warrant for 346 acres, October 11th, 1744. This land had been granted to a man by the name of Hoobler who forfeited his warrant. The patent was granted under the hand of James Hamilton Esq., Lieutenant Governor of the State, under the great seal of Pennsylvania. The patent is certified to be recorded at Philadelphia, now at Harrisburg, in Patent Book A, Volume 17, page 374, dated May 12th, 1752. This Johannes Furrey (or Forrer) had located about three miles northwest of Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pa., on the road leading from Womelsdorf to Mt. Aetna. This land is now owned by Dr. Horace F. Livingood, of Womelsdorf, and tenanted by the Frantz brothers. The original springhouse is still standing and is in daily use. the farm is one of the best in the County, the soil is rich and fertile and slopes tpward a little ravine from the east and west. The Furry Family In America 1732- Son Michael Furry is Born "Michael, son of Johannes, was born May 8th, 1732, and died November 15, 1798, at the age of 66 years. His wife, whose name we were unable to learn, was born January 19,1724 and died November 1799, at the age of 75 years; they are both buried at the Reed's Church burial place, near Stouchsburg, Berks County." The Furry Family In America From 1774 to 1781, during the Revolutionary war, Michael was Captain in the sixth batallion of Pennsylvania Militia and was afterward appointed Major of the same batallion. In 1776-77, Michael Furry was appointed assessor of Berks County. His family consisted of four sons and one daughter. First,George Second,Peter Michael Third,John Fourth,Daniel Fifth,a daughter who was married to a Mr. Weaver 1751 - Sponsors at grandsons baptism
Name:Henry Berger Event:Baptism Residence Date:1 Apr 1751 Residence Place:Berks Co., PA Church:Blue Mountain Church - Upper Tulpehocken Township Role:Father Household Members: NameRole Mrs. ??? BergerMother Henry BergerFather John BergerBaptized Mrs. ??? ForySponsor John ForySponsor
It's POSSIBLE, but unproven, that this line connects to Heather's Maternal Forney line as well.
"I did a little digging in my data files and I believe the Henry Forney you are looking for is the son of John Forney and Elizabeth Bixler. John Forney was the son of John Forney AKA John Furry who apparently arrived in America in 1727. He located in Tulpehocken Township, Berks County PA, on a tract of 346 acres of land. He had two sons and two daughters, namely: Michael, John, Rosina (wife of Henry Berger) and Catharine (wife of Leonard Emerich).
Tradition states that John Forney and his wife Elizabeth Bixler settled on the west side of the Susquehanna River. They had four sons and two daughters. The Sons were: John, Jonas, Lawrence and Henry. The first three upon their return from a grist-mill at Sunbury, Pa., found to their horror that the Oneida Indians had killed and scalped their parents and two sisters, and also burned down the house and taken a horse with them. The youngest son, Henry, the Indians took with them to Canada, where he was afterward found. The three brothers buried their parents and sisters under an apple tree and went to Reading, PA.
I have nothing more on Jonas; Lawrence Forney married a Zingmaster. They had at least 8 children. One of the children was Christina Forney born September 02, 1802, she married Charles Druckenmiller; John Forney also no further information; The youngest was Henry Forney as stated was taken by the Indians. The source for the tradition is from a book titled “Historical and biographical annals of Columbia and Montour counties PENNSYLVANIA” published 1915.
The premise that Henry was raised by “strangers” would seem to confirm the tradition"
Chapter One On October 16, 1727, Johannes Furrey (or Forrey), and forty-six Palatines, with their families, about two hundred persons embarked on the ship, Friendship ,of Bristol, John Davis, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cows, from whence the ship sailed on June 20th, 1727, and landed at Philadelphia. This John Furrey went to Tulbehocken, Berks County, Pa., and got a land warrant for 346 acres, October 11th, 1744. This land had been granted to a man by the name of Hoobler who forfeited his warrant. The patent was granted under the hand of James Hamilton Esq., Lieutenant Governor of the State, under the great seal of Pennsylvania. The patent is certified to be recorded at Philadelphia, now at Harrisburg, in Patent Book A, Volume 17, page 374, dated May 12th, 1752. This Johannes Furrey (or Forrer) had located about three miles northwest of Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pa., on the road leading from Womelsdorf to Mt. Aetna. This land is now owned by Dr. Horace F. Livingood, of Womelsdorf, and tenanted by the Frantz brothers. The original springhouse is still standing and is in daily use. the farm is one of the best in the County, the soil is rich and fertile and slopes tpward a little ravine from the east and west.
CORRECTION TO ORIGINAL TEXT:
Found on an Ancestry message board - "The bulk of Henry S.Furry's 1910 book- "History of Johonnes Furry, (or Forrer) and His Descendants to End of the Eight Generation", is likely correct. However his assumption that his John Furry/Forrer of Berks Co.,Pa was one and the same as Johannes Forrer arriving in 1727, is incorrect. Johannes, of 1727, was Mennonite, lived and died in Lancaster Co.,PA.. None of his children per;"Biographical Annals of Lancaster County" settled in Berks Co,PA either. The Biographical Annals of Lanc." lists Johannes and some of his descendants as Mennonite. As does Richard W. Davis in his "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners". Also confirmed by a descendant/researcher a few years ago, who's name escapes me.If memory serves me at all, Henry S.Furry never makes any ref. to his Berks Co. Furry's as being Mennonite in origin. Research continues as to who was Henry Furry's emigrant. Likely John Furry naturalized 1755 in Phila.."The Biographical Annals of Lanc.." and R.W.Davis, indicate that Johannes (1727) did not go to Berks Co., but none of his children did either. John Jr. inherited farm in Hempfield. Son Daniel inherited part of the same farm. Jacob inherited farm in Hellam Twp, York Co.. Abraham- also rec'd half. David inherited 'Chestnut Hill' farm (sold and moved to M.D.). Henry inherited a mill. Henry later purchased brother Abraham's land in York "
Chapter Two Some years ago all of the original building, except the springhouse, which was about 500 feet away, burned down. These buildings were the old-fashioned log buildings, but now new and modern buildings are erected in their places. The original tract is now divided into four different farms. There are a number of Furrys in lancaster, York and different other Counties in the State, and as they all originated from the Palatines, which is a section in Germany, there is no doubt that the Furrys' (or however they may spell their name), ancestors came from the same place in Germany. Ten persons bearing the name immigrated from the Palatines and Hugenots , which is a County in France, close to Germany. In years gone by people were not so exact in spelling names and there no doubt accounts for rhe different ways of spelling this name. The following persons immigrated to America in the following years: Johannes Forrer, or Furrer1727 Lanhart Furrer1739 Hans Casper Furer1747 Jacob Furrer1750 Christian Furrer1750 John Rudolph Ferrer1752 Christian Fuehrer1754 Daniel Fuehrer1754 Johannes Forrer1754 Peter Farry1768 What makes it certain that this branch of the Furrys is from the one that came to America in 1727, is because the first land taken by that name, in Berks County, was on October 11th, 1744, as there were no other Johannes Furrey (or Forrer), that came to America between 1727 and 1744, and we also know that this branch comes from Berks County, Pa. We find that prior to the year 1716 a family by the name of Ferrie or in German (Vere) was living in a town called Lindan, not far from the River Rhine in the kingdonm of France. This family consisted of himself, his wife, three sons and three daughters. The names of the sons were Daniel, Philip and John; those of the daughters were Catherine, Mary, and Jane. Their religion was Calvanistic. The husband died and the widow with the rest of the family immigrated to America and first located in New York State. Later they moved to Lancaster County, Pa., where she died in the year 1716 and is buried in Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, Pa. Her maiden name was Mary Waronbower We find that quite a number of prominent people have sprung up from this family. First their name was Ferrie, then Forry, and now Furry. We also find that some became ministers of the gospel, some doctors and some attorneys. They claim relationship in America with the Furrys from Germany. The Furry family is an old and prominent family; we find that some have taken an active part in the Revolutionary war and also in the war of 1812. Some also took an active part in State affairs. They can be traced all over the United States. It is impossible to give an account of when the old people died and where they were buried. These are the descendents of Johannes Furrey (or Forrer) and his wife, whose name we were not able to ascertain. As near as can be found to the eighth generation, as to the date of births, deaths and marriages, it is impossible to get them all. In some cases there were no records kept and in others they were lost and can not be found. This Johannes Furrey (or Forrer), was blessed with two sons and two daughters, Michael, John, Rosina ,wife of Henry Berger and Catherine, wife of Leonard Emrick. In 1765 the land was granted to his son, Michael, and on September 9th, 1765, the land was released by his brother, John. From 1774 to 1781, during the Revolutionary war, Michael was Captain in the sixth batallion of Pennsylvania Militia and was afterward appointed Major of the same batallion. In 1776-77, Michael Furry was appointed assessor of Berks County. His family consisted of four sons and one daughter. First,George Second,Peter Michael Third,John Fourth,Daniel Fifth,a daughter who was married to a Mr. Weaver Michael, son of Johannes, was born May 8th, 1732, and died November 15, 1798, at the age of 66 years. His wife, whose name we were unable to learn, was born January 19,1724 and died November 1799, at the age of 75 years; they are both buried at the Reed's Church burial place, near Stouchsburg, Berks County. In the year 1782 Michael Geiger, Joseph McIntosh, John Furry, brother of Michael, Thomas Wilkinson, George Hunsicker and Conrad Wampold, from Reading, Berks County, with their families, took an Indian trail across the Blue, Broad, Locust, and Little Mountains. They traveled on horseback and came to the Susquehanna river to a place called Hughesburg, now called Catawissa. About that time a tribe of Oneida Indians established a settlement at the old site of Lapackpittonstown, greatly to the annoyance of the settlers. Thomas Wilkinson aroused their displeasure by interfering with their fishing operations. On one occasion he was compelled to seek shelter in the river, and being unable to swim he was obliged to be contented by wading. Every time he raised his head above water he was a target for the Indians, as they would fire at him. He afterwards said that he was only measuring the depth of the river and was given the name of Tom Gauger. Chapter Three John Furry, with his family, settled on the west side of the river. His family consisted of four sons and two daughters: First;John Second;Jonas Third;Lawrence Fourth;Henry The names of the daughters are not known. John, Jonas, and Lawrence, then young men, went to Sunbury to a grist mill one day, and as they returned home, found to their horror, that a band of Oneida Indians had killed both their parents and sisters, and scalped them. They had also burned down the house and took with them the horse and youngest brother, Henry, and had gone to Canada, where he was afterward found. The three brothers buried their parents and sisters under an apple-tree and also buried their farming implements and returned to Reading, Berks County. The settlers were very much annoyed by the Indians,in fact so much that they were all compelled to flee for their lives with the exception of Thomas Wilkinson. Sometime after that, Jonas Furry left Reading and went to Washington County, Pennsylvania; John Furry left Reading and went to Lebanon County and married Polly Spangler. He raised a family of ten children as follows: First,George (b. Oct.27,180?)handwritten in book Second,John Third,Frederick (1807) handwritten in book Fourth,Jacob (1811) handwritten in book Fifth,Isaac Sixth,William Seventh,Harriet Eighth,Lucetta Ninth,Henry Tenth,Peter (1826) handwritten in book 1. George was a broommaker by trade and was married to Elizabeth Sievert, September 22nd, 1833. He had a family of eight children, two of which died in infancy. I. Cyrus, born May 21st, 1834 II. Rebecca, born March 5th, 1838 III. Kate, born March 24th, 1844 IV. Franklin, born November 20th, 1840 V. George, dead VI. Sarah, dead 2. John, was unmarried and a cooper by trade. 3. Frederick was married to Elizabeth Smith. They had nine children, as follows: I. Samuel II. William III. Sarah IV. John V. Kate VI. Mary Ann VII. Abraham VIII. Susan IX. Rebecca 4. Jacob was born May 11th, 1811, and was married to Margaret Heffelfinger, december 28th, 1833. He was a blacksmith by trade and had a family of ten children, as follows: I. John H., born March 26, 1835, unmarried. II. Sarah A., born April 4th, 1837, married to John Kurtz. Five children, viz;Morris, Thomas, Harriet, Mary and Maggie. III. Henrietta, born July 10th, 1839, died September 27th, 1865. IV. Susan H., born October 2d, 1841, died November 26th, 1872. V. Jacob H., born April 20th, 1844, was married to Elizabeth Rossler, had a family of six sons and two daughters; Joseph, Samuel, Jacob, William, Zacharias, Charles, Susan; wife of Frank Kapp , of Myerstown, Lebanon County, one daughter; Carrie; wife of Paul Ream, of Newmanstown, who has one child. VI. Mary a., born October the 7th, 1846, married to Cyrus Croll, has two daughters; Agnes, wife of Wallace Aldenderfer; Jennie, wife of Charles Faust, and a son, Ralph. VII. Zacharias H., born December 7th, 1848, married to Fannie Ellser, has one son, Samuel E., and a daughter, Sarah, wife of Mr. Zartman, of Brubaker, Lancaster County. She has four children. VIII. Henry H., born February 19th, 1851, died February 10th, 1875. IX. Agnes H., born June 11th, 1853, was married twice. Her first husband being Jeremiah Wilke, with whom she had three children; William, Maggie, wife of Harry Mann, who had two children-George and Merl-one child dead. Her second husband was George Armer, also dead. X. Charles H., born August 25, 1856, married to Leah Bickel, one child, Maggie, dead. He is a cooper by trade, and resides at Lebanon, Pa. 5. Isaac was a carpenter by trade and was married to Elizabeth Dornbach.They had five children: Henry D., Addison, Sarah, Maria, and Adeline. I. Henry D. was born April 30th, 1840. He was in the Civil War, in company C, 149th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, and died single in 1904, aged 64 years. II. Addison was killed in an accident at the age of 21 years. III. Sarah was married to Jacob Brossman, who is dead. She had two daughters, Lizzie, wife of David Moyer, two sons, Freddie and Harry; Sallie, wife of Martin Harttranft. they had no children. IV. Maria, married to Jacob Harnley, had one son married to Gertrude Hickernel, and had five children, Florence and Ella, who are twins, Earl, Addison, and Elsie. V. Adeline, wife of Harrison Crouse, who is dead, had three sons: Henry, George and Paul. Henry was married to Kate Soudermilch, and has one child named Reuben. George, married to Kate Johnson, has one child. Paul, married to Carrie Bowman. No children. 6. William was a carpenter by trade and was married to Katherine Kalbach. He had two sons and two daughters, Monroe, Aaron, Emma and Miranda. 7. Harriet was unmarried when she died. 8. Lucetta, wife of Emanuel Werner,had five children:John, Alfred, Sarah, David and Henry. 9. Harry was unmarried when he died. 10. Peter was born June 16th, 1826, and was a carpenter by trade. In 1852 he was married to Caroline Dewalt, who was born December 14th, 1831. They had eight children: Andrew S., John H., Thomas, Adelia, Hiram, Mary Ann, Ella and Hattie. Andrew S. was born March 9th, 1853. On the 4th of July, 1875, he was married to Emma Hossler they had nine children: Effie, wife of William Lilley, who had two children, Olive and William. Lizzie, wife of James Liddle, had two daughters, Beatrice and Emma. William, married to Sarah Brightbill, had no children. Harry Martha Raymond Caroline. All single. 2. John H. was born December 3rd, 1854, and was married to Kate Kutz on January 25th, 1878. they had two sons: Harry, married to Jennie Boyer ; two daughters, Katheryn and Ethel. Wallace, married to Anna Sanders. No Children. 3. Thomas was born October 13th, 1856. In 1879 he was married to Miss Lewella Payne. They have two daughters: Ethel, two children; Martha, no children. 4. Adelia was born July 23rd, 1858. On January 1st, 1879, she was married to Abraham Berger. they had six children: Carrie, George, Minnie, Daniel, Nora and Pearl. 5. Hiram J. was born April 9th, 1860. Dead. 6. Mary Ann was born December 7th, 1862, and was married to Reuben Schmeltz, January 27, 1883. She had four children, two dead. George and Emma living. 7. Ella, wife of Levi Lehman, was born May 16th, 1871. No children. 8. Hattie was born August 19th, 1873, dead. Chapter Four Cyrus, son of George Forry, was born May 21st, 1853,and was married to Clementine Zerby. They had eleven children: John C., Morris, George, Daniel, Adam, Lizzie, Frank, Harry C., William, Alice and Lottie. John C., born May 22nd, 1852, married June 17th, 1876, to Emma Klick. They have seven children: Harry C., Agnes, wife of Clyde Hail, they had one child, Hattie, Milton G., Ira, Lizzie C., and Nora. Morris, dead. George, born February 14, 1856, married to Emma Hicks. They have one son, George, and reside at Lebanon, Pa., working for the American Iron and Steel Company. Daniel, born November 7th, 1857, married to Emma Ibach. They have two daughters and one son. Leah, wife of Charles Schultz, who has two sons, John D. and Robert M.: Esta and Charles at home. He is employed as a shipping clerk and lives at Newmanstown, Pa. Adam was born January 9th, 1860, and is married to Alice Bennedum. they have two sons, Harvey and Joseph. Harvey is married to Clara Sheets and has one son, Martin. Joseph is married to Sallie Risser, and has two daughters, Lillie and Elsie, both single and at home. He carries on the butcher business at Richland, Lebanon County, Pa. Lizzie, wife of Aaron G. Haag, was born May 3d, 1862. ashe resides at Bernville, Berks County, Pa. They have eight children: Herbert H., Lloyd, Cora, Kate, Alice, Florence, and Lizzie. 1. Herbert H. is married to Gertrude Zweitzig. They have one son. 2. Lloyd is married to Ada Anderson. They have one child. 3. Albert is single and enlisted in the United States Army at this time. 4. Cora, wife of Lee Schoener. 5. Kate, wife of Charles Lutz. They have two daughters and one son. 6. Alice, wife of George Stertzel, of Bernville, Berks County, Pa. They have one son. 7. Florence, single and at home. 8. Lizzie, single and at home. Frank was born April 5th, 1865, is married to Sallie Salem. They have one son, Lloyd, who is married to Francis Davison and have one daughter living in Reading. Harry C. was born March 7th, 1867. He is a farmer near Richland, Lebanon county, and is married to Amelia Keller. They have two sons and two daughters: Harry, Jr., Matilda, Thomas, and Lizzie. The last two mentioned are at home. 1. Harry, Jr. is married to Sallie Wolf. 2. Matilda is married to Paul Wolf. They have three sons and one daughter: Harvey, Monroe, Paul and Mabel. William was born March 5, 1869. He is married to (to is crossed out in the book and 1st is written over it) Emma Hoffman.They have two sons, Horace and Leon, and one daughter, Anna, and reside at Lebanon, Pa.(M/2nd/Sadie Hoffman is written in the book) Alice, wife of John Detweiler, was born January 6th, 1872. They have four children: Iva, Helen, Victor, and Irma, who is dead. they live at Annville, Pa. Rebecca was unmarried. Frank was married to Isabella Himmelberger and had two children, Lillie(dead). William, who had three sons, John, Frank, and Richard. Kate was married to Israel Wenrich and had six children: Albert, Harry and Isaiah ('and Morris ' is handwritten in the book): the other three being dead. (three is crossed out and two is written in the book. Jonas, brother of Lawrence and John, after leaving Reading, in 1873 (1873 is underlined in the book, and 1783 handwritten to the side of the paragraph) joined the Shrouders' Rangers and went to the frontier to fight the Indians. Nothing has been heard of him since. Lawrence went back to Catawissa where he married a Miss Zingmaster. He bought a track (sic) of land on the opposite side of the river where his parents and sisters were killed by the Indians. He built a home there and raised a family of eight children, four sons and four daughters as follows: Jonas, William, Samuel, John, Catherine, Lydia, Christiana, and Eliza. he died at Catawissa at an advanced age and was buried at the Old Quaker Meeting House burial grounds. I. Jonas married a lady near Bloomsburg, Columbia county, whose name could not be ascertained. They had three sons: William, Ranslaw, and Hartman. He died young. William was born September 15, 1818, and learned the saddler trade with John Krotz, of Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pa. He married Hannah Fowler, of Briar Creek, Columbia County. They had three daughters: Mary, Eliza and Alice. Mary was unmarried; Eliza was married to George C. Richmond, and Alice was married to C. Sours, and lives at Akron, Ohio. His wife died soon after the birth of his youngest daughter , Alice, and later on he married Mary A. Ettinger, of Allentown, Pa. they had three sons and one daughter: Frank W., Charles D., Grant and Lulu. Frank W., the oldest son of William , is the Vice President and General Manager of the Ohio Injection Company, with works at Wadsworth, Ohio, and office at Chicago, Illinois. He has one son, William, who is Secretary and Treasurer of the same company; also a daughter, Clara. Lulu is married to Mr. A. Ringler, and lives at 1336 Parish St., Philadelphia, Pa. Charles D. lives at Akron, Ohio. Grant lives at Wadsworth, Ohio. II.Samuel, son of Lawrence, was a powder maker by trade and was unmarried. One day he left with a load of powder and was never heard of since. His horse and wagon were found at an Inn, but no trace of the man could be found. Chapter Five III. John, son of Lawrence, was born February 18th, 1807. He went to Lehigh County and learned the blacksmith trade with Charles Druckenmiller. and married Catherine Shiffert. He died in 1880 at the age of 72 years, and is buried in the cemetery adjoining Zion's Reformed Church, at Zionville, Lehigh County, Pa. He had six sons and four daughters. Amanda was born May 10th, 1830. She was married to John Miller. They raised a family of five children, three sons and two daughters: Mary, Willis, John, Sarah and Monroe. Mary was married to Andrew Ritter and had two sons and one daughter: Asphel and Robert: the daughter is dead. Willis is married and has two sons and one daughter. John was married to Catherine Desch whos died. He afterward married Laura Steub and has several children. Sarah, wife of Morris Stephen, has one son and one daughter. Both are married and have children. Morris died young and is buried at Weatherly, Carbon County, Pa Thomas Franklin was born October 11th, 1831, and died Januray 29th, 1889, and was buried near Lionville, Chester Coyunty. He was a blacksmith by trade and for a time carried on carriage making in Reading on an extensive scale. He was married twice, his first wife being Sarah Dorney who soon died after marriage. His second wife was Mary Schaffer with whom he had two sons and two daughters:Thomas F., Jr., Cosmus, Clarissa and Livera Maria. I.Thomas F. Jr., was born July 29. 185(?) at Coopersburg. Lehigh County, Pa. He is a carriage maker and resides at Lionville, Chester County, Pa., and is married to Agnes Eberhard. They have tthree sons and two daughters-one son and one daughter dead. 1. Edward, A traveling salesman for a New York hardware firm, is married to Ethel Ruhf. 2. Edith, wife of Ira Smedley, a draftsman, living at Martins Ferry, Ohio.(note:handwriiten above this entry Daphara Hanis Qreusch 9/9/1880) 3. Herbert, at home. II. Cosmus wa s born August 22nd,1860, and died October 7th, 1866, aged 6 years, 1 month, and 16 days. III. Clarissa was born March 22d, 1862, and died April 4th, aged 12 days. IV. Livera Maria was born October 26th, 1863 and was married to Jesse M. Shunk, December11, 1884. Mr. Shunk is a salesman. They are living at Phoenixville, Chester County, Pa. Mary Ann was born October 26th, 1834, and was married to Solomon Dissler. They live at Emaus, Lehigh County, Pa., and have two daughters. Ida Rebecca, wife of Nelson Shearer--one son, married to Rose McCoe---two children, Mary R. and Charles H. Kate, wife of Jacob Zeiner--ten children: Carrie, wife of Robert Ritter; Charles, Mary, William, Edward, Robert, Thomas, Kate, Harry, and Stanley. They live at Allentown, Pa. Samuel was born October 12th, 1836, was a blacksmith by trade, died October 18th, 1897, and is buried at the Blue Church. He was married to Maria Witrick, and has three children: George H., of Coopersburg, married to Cecilia Congware. They had an adopted son named William. Hannah was married to Jacob Jacoby, of South Bethlehem. They have three sons and two daughters: Arthur, married; Forrest, Russell, Hazel, Ruth, one daughter, dead, who was a twin to George. Charles Monroe was born July 4th, 1839, died February 9th, 1911. He was a farmer by occupation and was married to Elizabeth Swenk. They raised one son and three daughters: Charled, Elmira, Matilda and Emma. Charles had a family of one son and two daughters; he died at the age of 48 years. Elmira, wife of James Benner., had one son. Matilda was married and had one son. Emma was married to William Ritter and has two daughters. William H. was born August 17th, 1840. He is a shoemaker by trade and is married to Kate Anders. They have three daughters living and several children dead. Those living are: Laura, Clara and Pearl. Laura is married to a Mr. Hall; Clara is a school teacher, and Pearl is a trained nurse. they are all living in Cincinatti, Ohio. Lydia, wife of William Schoenly, was born May 25th, 1842 and died March 7th, 1905. They had two sons and one daughter. One son, Harrison, and one daughter, Elenora, died. One son, Charles F., is a printer; he is married to Kate Keller, and is living at Pennsburg, Pa. John S. was born April 2d, 1844, aand died December 9th, 1894. He was a shoemaker and stone mason and was married to Mary Bitting. They had a family of ten children, nine sons and one daughter, as follows: Ambrose, Ulysses,Howard A., Oscar S., Penrose, Harvey E., Cosmus, Albert H., William, and Adeline. They are all married and have families. Henry S. was born March 31st, 1850, in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, Pa. In 1866-67 he learned the blacksmith trade form Charles Moyer, near Coopersburg, Pa. In 1872, he went to Reading, Pa., and worked for his brother in a carriage shop until 1873 when he entered the employ of the P. & R . Railway Company, where he remained until 1908, with the exception of two years, 1886-87, when he held a position as blacksmith foreman with Rumsey & Co., at Seneca Falls, New York. In 1887, he moved his family back to Reading. On July 12th, 1873, he married Emma Rebecca Clauser, daughter of William and Rebecca Clauser. His wife was born May 12th, 1849 in Upper Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pa. They had a family of one son and five daughters. The son was born and died October 10th, 1874: Rosetta Rebecca , born June 25th, 1877, in Montgomery Co., died January 28th, 1878, at the age of 7 months and 3 days; Anna Catherine was born June 9th, 1879, in Chester county, Pa., and died June 5, 1891, at the age of 11 years, 11 months and 26 days; Emma Livera was born May 6th, 1883. On October 30th, 1905, she was married to Charles Raymond Bechtel, son of Charles and Ella Bechtel. They have one daughter, Grace Caroline, born September 6th, 1906; Elmida Jane was born November 20th, 1884, in Seneca Falls, New York. On October 21st, 1909, she was married to Levi Harting, son of Henry and Mary Harting. They reside in Reading. One daughter died in infancy. Chapter Six IV. William (son of Lawrence) was born August 19, 1800. He learned the paper making trade from Mr. Sharpless, of Catawissa, Columbia County, Pa., after which he went to Philadelphia and married Christiana Ulrich. He died February 10th, 1855, at the age of 54 years, and is buried at Trenton, N. J. , in the Mercer Cemetery. His family consisted of seven sons and four daughter. Peter, born May 25th, 1827, married to Hannah Nippins,died March 16th, 1909, aged 82 years, and is buried at Mount Holly, New Jersey. They had three sons and two daughters: Edwin, William H., John, Lizzie and Kate. Edwin was married to Emma Anderson. They have two daughters and one son--Mildred and Lillian are the names of the two daughters, but the son's name the writer has not been able to find out. They reside at Wilmington, Del. William H. was married to Mary Finley, (now dead). He had five sons, Raymond, Thomas, Louis, William and Jackson, all of Wilmington, Del. John was married to Mary Bough, of Wilmington, Del. Lizzie, wife of Harley Brown, lives at Mt. Holly, N. J. She has one son. Kate is married to Clement Hitchman. They reside at Long Branch, N. J., and have one son,Reuben, and one daughter, Irene. Andrew Jackson was born April 29th, 1829, and was married to Elmira AdamsThey had two sons and three daughters; two daughters dead. Frank is married to Helen Day and resides at Pallsborough, N. J. Sallie is married to William F. Finley. She has three sons and is living at Winneto, Chicago, Illinois. William Howard was born March 19th, 1833, and is married to Emma Miller. He had three sons (two of which are dead), one son, Albert, is living at Philadelphia; he has one son. Benjamin Franklin was born March 15th, 1834, and is married to Anna McOneal--two sons, (one son is dead); one son, Merret, was married. Both are dead. Merret had a daughter, Mary, who survives and is living inWilmington, Del. George Whashington (sic), born March 26, 1835--dead. Joseph Ean, born June 18th, 1836--dead. Mary Elizabeth, born October 27th, 1837; she is unmarried and lives at Trenton, N. J. John Simon, born April 20th, 1839, was married to Anna Carr--no children. His widow lives in a Masonic Home in New Jersey. Emeline, born November 4, 1842--dead. Anna Catherine, born June 7th, 1845, is married to Joseph Mershon. They had six children, but all of the family are dead. V. Christiana (daughter of Lawrence) was born September 2d, 1802 and died September 22d, 1882, aged 80 years and 20 days. She went to Lehigh County and married Charles Druckenmiller. They had a family of four sons and two daughters: Charles, Henry, John, Benjamin, Mary and Lydia. Christiana died at an advance age and is buried in the Moravian Cemetery in Emmaus. Mary was married to James Weaver and Lydia was married to Reuben Campbell. VI. Eliza went to Northampton County, Pa., and married John Rinker. She raised a family, but her descendants cannot be located. VII. Lydia (daughter of Lawrence) was married to Jacob Klingaman near Bloomsburg, Pa. She has a family of four sons and five daughters; Charles, George, Washington, Horace, Mary, Sarah, Fanny, Elizabeth and Amanda. Charles was married to Martha Schlicker and had two sons and two daughters: Sarah M., Savilla, Samuel and Cornelius. Sarah M., wife of William Kunkel, (both dead) had one daughter, wife of Montgomery Miller, who has three sons and one daughter: Hazel, Asher, Clyde and Guy. Savilla, wife of Mr. Yohe, has one son, Charles, at home, and one daughter, Isabella, wife of John Fisher, of Bloomsburg, Pa., who has a son named Homer. Samuel has two sons and two daughters, their names the writer could not learn. Cornelius died unmarried. Horace was married and has two sons, William and Peter, and one daughter whose name the writer could not learn. Sarah, wife of William Unger, was living in Philadelphia. The rest of the family went west and we have no further record of them. VIII. Catherine (daughter of Lawrence) was married to William Maurer, of Catawissa, Columbia County, Pa. She had a son who died in infancy, and three daughters, Marguerite, Harriet and Mary. Marguerite was married to Adam Bowers--two sons and two daughters. Harriet was married to Dr. G. E. Creasy, of Berwick, Columbia County, Pa. The names of the others the writer could not get. Mary was married to John Geiger. They had five sons and one daughter. Harriet, daughter of Catherine, wife of George Gensel, died without any descendants. Henry (brother of Jonas, Lawrence and John and son of John) was taken prisoner by the Indians and held for several years. Finally the Indians decrees that he must run the gauntlet and formed a circle, through which he was permitted to amke his escape if he could. The Indians of course thought it was impossible and they would kill him. At one place of the circle an old squaw and her two sons were stationed. She told him to come to her, which he did, and she saved him, apparently in the same manner in which Pocahontas, the Indian chief's daughter, saved the life of John Smith, in 1607. He was kept for some time by this old Indian Squaw and was traded off, in Plattsburg, New York, to some French trappers, from Canada, for a lot of tobacco. His brother Lawrence, on learning that he was living in Canada, left Catawissa and went, in company with his son, Jonas, in search for him (Henry) and found him. Lawrence had no difficulty in identifying his brother Henry. He had gone through many hardships, but was a wealthy trader at that time. He married a French Canadian woman and raised a family of three sons. He died and is buried in Canada. One of the sons went to Plattsburg, New York, but we have no record of what became of him. His brothers, French fishermen from Quebec, married in New Orleans. During the War of 1812, these two brothers were taken from a French fishing vessel off the coast of Newfoundland, by what was thought a French privateer, and their vessel was burned. The crew was taken to New Orleans where these two brothers made their escape and settled there. They both married French women and raisedfamilies, but we can find no record showing whether they are living or not. Chapter Seven These are the descendants of Michael Furry: Peter Michael, whose family consists of two sons and three daughters--Michael, Peter, Mary, Kate, Elizabeth. Michael has two sons, Peter and Jonas. Peter lives at Mt. Aetna, Berks County, Pa., and had four children: Loranna, dead; Alfred, in Canton, Ohio; Lizzie, at home and Tilden, dead. Jonas, now deceased, was married to Mary Hartman. They had a large family , but all died in infancy except one son, Clayton, and two daughters, Agnes, wife of Daniel Moyer, and Kate, wife of Jefferson Smith, dead. Clayton is married and has two daughters and one son, Caroline and Dorothy. The son's name the writer does not know. Peter has one son, John, living at Mt. Aetna, Berks County, Pa. who has one daughter, Mrs. Catherine Fieman, of Mt. Aetna, and one son, Johnathan, of Schafferstown, Berks County, Pa. George had a family and a large estate, but no immediate heirs. His estate was, however, nearly all consumed by the courts and attorneys in settling up affairs after his death. Daniel had a family of one son and three daughters: Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Anspach; Mary, wife of John Wertman; Salome, wife of Mr. Himmelberger, and Adam. Adam had two sons and six daughters: George, Willoughby, Matilda, wife of Mr. Hollenbach; Anna, dead; Amelia, wife of Mr. Adam Grow; Sarah, dead; Ella, wife of Mr. Leas; Emma, wife of Mr. Hostetter. We have no further record of Mrs. Weaver's family. John left Berks County and settled in Northumberland County, Pa., where, on March 15th, 1790, he took up a tract of 10 acres of land. He soon afterwards married and raised a family of three sons and one daughter: Jacob, Isaac, John and Maria. As near as the writer could ascertain, (1) Jacob had one son, Augustus, who had a son, Abner, living near Rehrersburg, Berks county, and one daughter, Sarah, wife of Mr. Kline, of Rehrersburg, who has three sons living in the West. There is no record to show whether (2) Isaac had a family or not. ( 3) Maria, wife of John Stubb, raised a large family in Elkhart, Indiana. One of the sons is married to Miss Ibach. She is now a widow and resides at Lebanon, Pa. (4) John was born March 25, 1805, in Berks County, Pa. On October 28th, 1832, he was married to Esther Zerby, of Myerstown, Lebanon County, Pa., by Rev. Thomas Leinbach. In about 1840, he moved to Northumberland County, Pa., now a part of Snyder County. He was a fuller by trade and conducted a woolen mill in Union county, now snyder County, for several years, after which he moved to the island, near Kantz, where he continued the business for several years.As the march of progress introduced improved devices the business became unprofitable to him and he avandoned it and went to farming, near Duck's Mills, then toBoyer's Farm and finally to Col. H. C. Eyer'sfarm, half-a-mile below Selinsgrove, Snyder County, where he died January 2d, 1865, at the age of 58 years, 8 months, and 24 days, and is buried in the cemetery at Selinsgrove. Esther Zerby, his wife, was born November 20, 1814, in Berks County, Pa., and died August 27th, 1874, at the age of 59 years, 9 months and 7 days. she is buried beside her husband. He had sixteen children, as follows: Edward, John, Levi, Amanda, Johnathan, Rebecca, William, Elmira, Lydia, MaryAnn, Elizabeth, Samuel, Calvin, Catharine and a son born January 12th, 1854, who died in infancy. Edward was born August 23d, 1833, in Berks county, Pa. He was a carpet weaver by trade and was married to Sarah Ann Jordan. Their family consisted of three sons and one daughter: Benjamin Franklin, Simon Peter, John Thomas, and Mary Effie. I. Benjamin Franklin was born April 14th, 1860, and married September 5th, 1880, to Amanda E. Moyer. They reside at Selinsgrove and have five children, as follows: Edward N., born January 20th, 1881. Mabel M., born January 28th, 1885, and died September2d, 1891. Charles A., born February 11th, 1891. Howard, born March 13th, 1893. Roy, born November 26th, 1894. II. Simon Peter was born August 2d, 1862. III.John Thomas was born June 2d, 1866. IV. Mary Effie was born October 13th, 1871. She is married to Joseph Roush. 2. John was born September 28th, 1834, in Berks County. He resides at Elkhart, Indiana. His family consists of five sons: George, William, Charles, Ward and Elmer. 3. Levi was born May 29th, 1836 and died young. 4. Amanda was born September 29th, 1837, in Berks County. She was married to William H. Gemberling, and is living at Selinsgrove, Snyder County. Their family consisted of eight children, of which one daughter, and one son, Charles, are dead. The following are living: III. Esther, wife of Henry L. Noll, of Myerstown, Lebanon County, Pa., was born April 20th, 1856, and married February 15th, 1873. They have one son, William, married, who has two children; and one daughter, E. Bertha, married to Mr. Schnader. IV. Calvin Angstadt, born August 3d, 1858 and was married to Mary C. Miller, June 5th, 1879. They reside at Mifflinburg, Union County, Pa. They had ten children: Blanche, Harry, amanda, Paul, Susie, and an infant son living. Irwin, a twin to Edwin, and two others, twins, are dead. V. Lydia Amelia was born June 11th, 1863 and was married to Perry L. Romig, a bridge builder, September 1st, 1885. They have one son, William Isaac, and live at Selinsgrove, Snyder County. VI. Martha Jane was born November 27th, 1870 and is married to Flem Seesholtz, of Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pa. They have one daughter, dead, and one son, Eugene Shroyer, and reside at Sunbury, Pa. VII. Jeanette Bell was born January 10th, 1872, and was married to Newton Absalom Bows, July 17th, 1890. They reside at Middleburg, Snyder County, and have six children: Amanda, born September 4th, 1891; Minerva May and Esther Lagotta, twins, were born November 26th, 1893, and died the same day; Joseph Robert, born July 9th 1895; Paul Snyder, born January 8th, 1897, and an infant son born June 6th, 1898. VIII. Agnes May was born October 2d, 1877 and was married to James F. Moyer, November 12th, 1896. They have one son, Perry Fisher, who was born in 1897 and reside in Selinsgrove, Snyder County. 5. Johnathan was born November 22d, 1838, in Berks County, and was married to Deborah Grissinger, in 1861. They reside at Milton, Northumberland County, PA. They had ten children as follows: I. Charles Albert was born in Synder County, PA and was married twice. He had several children with his first wife, who died. His second wife's maiden name was AliceClace. They reside at Milton, PA and carry on the butchering business. II. Clara Elizabeth was born in Snyder County, January 30th, 1864, and married to George Shoemaker, Febraury 8th, 1884. They have two children, Jennie Bartley, born January 8th, 1885, and Frank, born April 3d, 1891. They reside at Berwick, Columbia County, PA. III. Anna was born August 2d, 1865, in Snyder County, PA and married to James Mumma of Milton, October 11th, 1888. They have three children: Harriet Deborah, born May 3d, 1889, Sarah, born August 10th, 1890, and Joel Benton, born September 8th, 1892--died December 8th, 1895. IV. John Harvey was born May 9th, 1867, is single and at home. V. William Oliver was born November 15th, 1868, in Snyder County, and was married ot Amanda Flemy, February 10th, 1895. They have one daughter, Ruth, born October 3d, 1895. VI. Sarah alberta was born August 31st, 1870, in Snyder County, PA and married Frank Munson, January 3d, 1890. They have five children: George Lee, born August 1st, 1891; William Ray, born October 24th, 1892; Ella Jeanette, born April 10th, 1894; Charles, born July 12th, 1895; Jennie May, born January 8th, 1897. VII. Martha Jeanette, wife of Calvin Campbell, was born April 30th, 1872, in Snyder County and resides at Milton, Northumberland County, PA. She has two sons. VIII. Forest M. was born April 10th, 1874, in Snyder County and is married to Catherine Metzler. He has one son, William, and one daughter, Ellen. IX. Jeremiah F. was born January 28th, 1876, in Snyder County and is married to Louisa Van Kirk. He has one son, Paul Roy. X. Lillian May, born October 5th, 1879, in Snyder County and died November 10th, 1889. 6. Rebecca was born November 20th, 1840, near Ritchfied, Snyder County, and was married to William Jeremiah Wagenseller, November 5th, 1861. She has ten children as follows: Kate Alice, Mary Louisa, John Franklin, George Washington, a son born April 28th, and died May 6th, 1870: Ida May, Ammon Sylvester, Anna Celesta, born June 10th, 1876 and died February 17th, 1882; Charles Henry, born December 9th, 1877 and died July 24, 1878. A son born and died September 30th, 1881. Kate Alice, born February 22d, 1862. She is a milliner and resides in Selinsgrove, Snyder County. Mary Louisa, born May 17th, 1864, died August 25th, 1865. John Franklin, born Audust the 1st, 1866, and he is married to Estelle Deoble. They have three children--Gene Franklin, born January 20th, 1903. Mildred Aramanta, born February 27th, 1905 and Mary Kathryn, born January 27th, 1905. George Washington, born April 27th, 1868. He is editor and proprietor of the Middleburg (Snyder Co., PA) Post. He is a prominent and successful business man. On October 22d, 1896, he was married to Esther Orwig. They have two daughters--Esther, born January 22d, 1901 and Doris, born January 28th, 1905. Ida May, born May 15th, 1871 is a dressmaker and resides at Selinsgrove. Ammon Sylvester, born November 11th, 1873, was married August 8th, 1897, to Jeanette Smith. They have three children--Bruce Sylvester, born February 23d, 1898. Russell Henry, born July 2d, 1902 and Laura Kathryn, born November 18th, 1908. 7. William, born March 11th, 1842, now deceased. 8. Alfred, born July 20th, 1843, a cripple and died August 19th, 1879, aged 36 years and 29 days. 9. Elmira was born October 29th, 1844, In Union County, PA. She was first married to Mathias U.App, a widower, July 6th, 1873, who died. Mr. App was first married to Matilda Bealer. Gertrude Irene, a daughter of Elmira, was born May 9th, 1862, and was married to Samuel L. App, a son of Mathias and Matilda(Bealer). Samuel and Gertrude App have three children-Ann Mirinda, born November 3d, 1879, died September 18th, 1880- Harry, born January 15th, 1881 and -Susan Elmira, born October 2d, 1883. She is now at home in Washington, DC. 10. Lydia was born September 9th, 1846, in Washington Township and was married to Norman Fisher. They had twelve children: Minnie, wife of William Hughes, a prominent attorney at Missoula, Montana. They have six children. Hattie, wife of Christ Boger --one child. Arthur, married to BerthaMarsh, --five children. Bruce, married to Carrie Lebo. Chester, married to Myrtle Thomas--two children. Verna, wife of Claude Smith. Florence, at home. Robert, at home. Ray, married to Vesta Radel. Esther, at home. Charles Norman, at home. Thomas Roy, dead. She resides on the old Fisher Homestead, on the Isle of Que, two miles south of Selinsgrove, Pa. 11. Mary Ann was born October 21st, 1848, in Washington Township and is married to Jacob Martin. They have five children: Hattie, born September 25th, 1875. Barbara Ellen, born December 8th, 1876--dead William Newton, born May 17, 1878--dead Nettie Dora, born November 18th, 1879. Anna Mabel, born September 8th, 1886. They reside at Goshen, Indiana. 12. Elizabeth, born September 20th, 1850, in Washington Township and was married November 3d, 1867, to William Newton Fisher. They are living on the Isle of Que, two-and-a-half miles south of Selinsgrove and have six children: Lydia Dora, born January 13th, 1869. John Christian, born September 9th, 1870, and died January 23d, 1871. Franklin Foster, born August 12th, 1873. Dennis Roseo, born August 17th, 1875. Edna May, born May 14th, 1878 . 13. Samuel Boyer, born August 25th, 1852, in Union County, PA. He is single and resides with Mrs. Sarah Fisher on the Isle of Que. 14. A son was born January 12th, 1854, who died in infancy. 15. Calvin, born February 28th, 1855 and married Alice Daubert, October 29th, 1874. They reside near Kantz, Snyder County, and have two children--Sarah S. born July 10th, 1875 and married to Robert E. Holtzapple July 22nd, 1894-----George Robert, born August 24th, 1878. 16. Catherine, born November 25th, 1857 and is married to Frank Duck. They have one son, Foster, and live near Kantz, Snyder County. PA. Chapter Eight This extract shows that the Furry's have also taken an active part in our Civil War. W. J. Furry, Seventh Term, was one of the last to leave Andersonville. He and his comrades fell in line facing the gate and were marched to the railroad where they were piled on an old train and run up to Macon, Ga. They were not taken from the train, but run back over the road, passing within sight of the walls of Andersonville to the end of the railroad at Albany. From there they were marched to Thomasville, a distance of fifty miles. They must have presented a striking appearance with their tattered rags, filth and weakness. Most of them were without shoes. Comrade Furry carried the meals which he had drawn for rations, in an old pants leg. From Thomasville they took a train for about 75 miles to Lake City, Florida, where they were kept about a week and then shifted to Baldwin. Here they were dumped in the pine forest after which they were left free and told to make their way, as best they could, to Jacksonville, Florida, where the union lines were. The last of the mournful parade of living skeletons arrived at Jacksonville as the twelve o'clock gun was fired. Furry himself weighed but 94 pounds, and he was a good specimen of the thirteen hundred. List of Registration Armour, Mrs. Agnes Auldenderfer, Mrs. Wallace App, Mrs. Samuel App, Harry App, Susan Elmira Bechtel, Mrs. Charles Bechtel, Miss Grace C. Brown, mrs. H. G. Benner, Mrs. James Baumgardner, Mrs. Harvey Brossman, Mrs. Sarah Bender, Mrs. Lillie Bender, George Brunner, Mrs. Daniel Brunner, Winford Bows, Mrs. Newton A. Boger, Mrs. Hattie Berger, Miss Anna Bows, Joseph R. Bows, Paul D. Creasy, Mrs. Dr. G. E. Crall, Mrs. Cyrus Campbell, Mrs. Calvin Drissler, Mrs. Solomon Durm, Mrs. Andrew Detweiler, Mrs. John H. Detweiler, Iva C. Detweiler, Helen J.