Burchinal, Ira (b. WFT Est 1870, d. ?)
Note: b. Joshua DAVIS, born 10 July, 1787, and married to Catherine (AMBROSE), born 26 July, 1793, and died 5 April, 1872. Joshua DAVIS died 20 February, 1816, leaving his widow and two daughters: Keziah, born 7 September, 1812, and died 14 May, 1833,and Sarah, born 26 July, 1815, and died 2 June, 1841, leaving a son, James D. CUSTER. (Sarah DAVIS married to Isaiah CUSTER on 11 February, 1840. Isaiah CUSTER was born 26 November, 1815, and died 15 November, 1890) On the 1850 Fayette County, Pa. Census, his widow, Catherine (AMBROSE) DAVIS, is living with her children "AND" the elderly father-in-law, James DAVIS (1761-1850)...
Woodbridge Union Church Cemetery-Georges Twp -
Note: c. Zachariah DAVIS, born 10 January, 1789, and married in the fall of 1813 to Hannah DAVIS, born in 1795, to Meshach DAVIS and Nancy Ann LEWIS. Zachariah and his wife, along with her parent's family moved to Butler County, Ohio, about spring of 1814. Zachariah and Hannah moved on across the state line about 1817 into Franklin County, Indiana, near Bath, at Colter's Corner. This is my line...
surferboy4765 (View posts) Posted: 19 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Surnames: DAVIS, HARBINE, SHULTZ, COX
Zachariah "Zachery" DAVIS was married in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the fall of 1813 to Hannah (maiden name was also DAVIS). The following spring they, with her parents family (thought to be that of Meshach and Nancy Ann (LEWIS) DAVIS) moved to Butler County, Ohio, near Reiley and Oxford. About 1817, Zachery and Hannah moved across the state line into Franklin County, Indiana near Bath, at Colter's Corner. Meshach and Nancy Ann (LEWIS) DAVIS are buried in the George Cemetery one mile west of Okeana, Butler County, Ohio.
Zachery DAVIS was found to be the son of James DAVIS and Keziah PHILLIPS, of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. James DAVIS was born in 1761 ad died in Fayette County on 10 September, 1850. He and his wife are buried in the Woodbridgetown Church Cemetery near Smithfield. I believe that James and Keziah had came to Fayette County, Pa. from Chester County, Pa. Keziah (PHILLIPS) DAVIS' father, Samuel PHILLIPS, left a Will dated November, 1790, in Upper Merion, Montgomery County, Pa. He names his children in this Will, one being Keziah and one other very important daughter, Leah PHILLIPS...
What makes this other daughter important is that she married to John STURGIS. John and Leah (PHILLIPS) STURGIS are buried really close, in the SAME church cemetery, near Smithfield, Pennsylvania. Leah and Keziah probably came to the same area of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with their husbands and families.
I have just found another piece of the puzzle for James DAVIS/ Keziah PHILLIPS, daughter of Samuel PHILLIPS and Keziah ABRAHAM.
James DAVIS and wife, Keziah PHILLIPS, had the following children that I'm aware of:
1. Samuel DAVIS, born 6 December, 1785.
2. Joshua DAVIS, born 10 July, 1787. Married Catherine AMBROSE.
3. Zachariah DAVIS, born 10 January, 1789. Married Hannah DAVIS. Zachery DAVIS died 6 June, 1859, and is buried in the Big Cedar Church Cemetery on Liberty Pike in Franklin County, Indiana.
4. David DAVIS, born 6 May, 1793. Married Mary WOODALL (WOODLE)on 22 November, 1822. This family ended up in Spring Grove, Green County, Wisconsin.
5. Hannah DAVIS, born 8 November, 1795. Married Judge Samuel NIXON, a relative of the President, Richard Milhous NIXON...
6. Keziah DAVIS, born 29 March, 1798. Married Henry SMITH, Jr., son of Barnabas and Elizabeth SMITH.
7. Mary DAVIS, born 25 January, 1806. Married William MILLER.
If anyone has anything to add to any of these persons listed, please, E-mail me.
Note: d. David DAVIS, born 6 May, 1793, and married to Mary WOODALL. They had five children: David DAVIS who married to Mary HUGH; Nancy DAVIS, who married Alfred BARMORE; Kezia DAVIS, who married _____ KILDOW; James DAVIS; and Joel DAVIS.
Note: f. Keziah DAVIS, born 29 March, 1798, and died 10 November, 1831. Keziah DAVIS married to Henry SMITH, Jr., a son of Henry SMITH, Sr. and Elizabeth GROVENSTADT. Henry SMITH, Jr. was born 11 November, 1791, and died 1 February, 1870.
Keziah and Henry SMITH, Jr. would have five children: David who married Sarah BRYSON; James R. who married Mary BRYSON; Elizabeth who married John TADE; Mary who married Jacob BOSLEY; Hannah who married Uriah CARTER; Eliza Jane who married John FOSTER.
1841Fayette County Will Book 2, p, 269
In the Name of God Amen I, David Miller of Georges Township, Fayette County and State of Pennsylvania, being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and Memory and understanding (praised be God for it) and considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time thereof and to the end I may be the better prepared to leave the world Whenever it shall please God to call me hence do therefore Make and declare this my last Will and testament hereby revoking and making void all
wills by me at any time heretofore made. First I will that all my just debts as shall beby me owing at my death together with my funeral expenses and all charges touching the proving of or otherwise concerning this my will, shall in the first place out of what moneys may be on hand, or if there should not be sufficient sum, then out of my personal estate and effects, until they be fully paid and satisfied. Second, it is my will that my loving wife Catherine retain such of my personal estate as she may think most advisable for her own use and comfort, and the balance of it to be sold
by my executor, and after all my expenses as above stated are paid then my executor is pay one third part of it to my loving wife Catherine, and the other two thirds to my son William Miller. Third, I will and bequeath my farm whereon I now live known by the name of Strawberry Hill adjoining land of Joseph Leatherman, Joseph Huse, Jesse Evans and others containing about one hundred and fifty acres to my son William Miller his heirs and assigns on condition that the said William provide for and
support my loving wife Catherine in everything that is needful for her comforts and happiness for and during her natural life, and likewise he the said William is to provide for and support my son Henry who has been for years, and is still a Lunatic with every necessary convenience of life for and during his natural life, and such support is in lieu of any other bequeath that I might have made to my Lunatic son. Fourth, it is my will that my son William in consideration of the above Bequeath to him, that he pay my son Samuel Miller who lives in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, two hundr
dollars in two years from the time of my death. This sum of two hundred dollars together with one hundred dollars that I gave my son Samuel some time since and one quarter section of land in Tuscarawas County Ohio that I gave to him some years since I give and bequeath to him and his heirs as his portion. Fifth, it is my will that my son William in consideration of my bequest to him that he pay to my daughter Sarah McFaddon who lives in Wayne County, Ohio Four hundred dollars in two years from my death. This sum of four hundred dollars together with two hundred and twenty dollars that I gave to my daughter Sarah some time since I give and Bequeath to her as her portion. Lastly I do contitute and appoint my son William Miller to be my Executor to this my last will and testament. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the twenty fourth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty one. Signed sealed and acknowledged to be the last will and of the testator in the presence of
Joel G. Leatherman
Title: 1850 United States Federal Census
Publication: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Seventh Census of the United States, 1850. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1850.M432, 1,009 rolls. Sandyville, Tuscarawas, Ohio, roll M432_735, page 274, image 109.
Note: Questionable that Sarah was one of their children - mother would have been over 50 years of age...dbl. checking - KEM 1-26-2009
Note: Getzendanner, Christian, d. 1766
Getzendanner, Anna Barbara, no dates, w/o Christian
Getzendanner, John, b. 1764, d. 1841
Getzendanner, Catherine Tabler, b. 1770, d. 1851
Getzendanner, Allan, b. 1742, d. 1783
Getzendanner, Elizabeth Kemp, no dates, w/o Allan
Getzendanner, Elizabeth, d. Mar 11, 1860, age 82yr 11mn 11da
Frederick County, Maryland
5000 Old National Pike, Edgemont MD
Lat: 39░ 25' 24"N, Lon: 77░ 29' 39"W
Contributed by Anne Braun, Nov 04, 2003 [annieb1961@@comcast.net]. Total records = 24.
The cemetery is on the intersection of Highway 40 and Old National Pike or Alternate Highway 40 in Edgemont.
This cemetery is on the VFW golf course. It is east of the lodge/clubhouse building. The VFW golf course and lodge is on the intersection of Highway 40 and Old National Pike or Alternate Highway 40.
This is a small family cemetery, that was used by the Getzendanner Family. The earliest burial occured in 1766 and the last burial took place in 1897. It is kept up but 2-3 headstones are broken and there is about 5 fieldstones.
http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/ - Getzendanner genealogy
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