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Genealogy of John Peter Stoneburner

John Peter Stoneburner, fifth child of Johann Peter and Susanna Stoneburner, was born in Virginia before his parents moved to Morgan Co., Ohio. It was probably in Ohio that he married Catherine sometime around 1810. On the 12th of October 1879-john Stoneburner wrote his will. It read: “In the name of the Benevolent Father of all, I, John Stoneburner of the State of Ohio and of the County of Morgan, do make and publish this my Last will and testament Item 1st–I wish my Beloved Wife to remain on the Farm and in the House where we now reside and to have the third of the produce of the whole farm-and one Horse, and one Cow, and all the household and kitchen furniture. During her natural life. Item 2nd–whereas I have paid unto Jonathon and Robert my two sons one hundred and fifty dollars each-and sixty five dollars to Susanna Collins one of my daughters; now it is my will and wish that Sampson my sone shall have fifty acres off of the south side of the Farm before mentioned, in lue of his full share of the real estate for which I this day make him a deed; and he is to pay the thirds of the produce of the same, to me and my wife during our natural lives 3rd–I also wish Margaret, Catherine, and George and Henry my sons and daughters to have one hundred and fifty dollars each–so as to make them equal to the former named sones– 4th–I also wish my daughter Susanna to have eighty five dollars, which she is not to receive...

Genealogy of Johann Peter Stoneburner

Johann Peter, second son of Jacob and Anna Stoneburner, married Susanna Compher? sometime around 1782/85 in Loudoun County, Virginia. They were still living in Virginia in 1810 but near 1813 they had moved to Ohio. In 1820 Peter became one of the first officers of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Later Peter and Susanna became members of the New Jerusalem Church of Deavertown, Ohio which was in the northwest part of Morgan County. His will was made in Morgan County, Ohio on the 29th day of September 1821. It read: “In the Name of God, Amen: I, Peter Stoneburner of York Township, Morgan County and State of Ohio, farmer; being strong in mind and memory, make this my last will and testament. 1st. I bequeath my soul to God who gave it to me, and my body to the earth to be buried decently in a Christian manner. I bequeath this plantation whereon I live, and the house to my wife Susanna Stoneburner as long as she lives, I also bequeath to her all the household furniture that is in the house, I also bequeath to her one horse and one cow. I bequeath to John Wiley one hundred and sixty acres of land, to be purchased for him out of this estate where on I now live. I appoint my sons Michael Stoneburner and John Stoneburner as my executors. I allow my Executors to purchase the said quarter section of land for John Wiley and give him the deed for it so as soon as he is of the age of twenty one years. My wife Susanna Stoneburner shall...

York Ohio 1820 Census Index

York Ohio 1820 Census Index Blackstone, Ebenezer 137 Brown, Samuel 137 Bukerstaff, William 137 Calt, Beach 137 Camp, Benjamin 137 Casery, John 137 Codner, John 137 Codner, Samuel 138 Conner, John 137 Culbertson, Thomas 137 Due, Thomas 137 Dutcher, Sarah 137 Fisher, William 138 Gibbs, Samuel 138 Green, John 137 Hanes, George 137 Harrington, Samuel 137 Holibert, Reuben 137 Hormilton, Joseph 137 Lewis, Daniel 137 Lewis, Moses 137 Lewis, Samuel 137 Mansfield, John 137 Mc Kee, John 137 Mc Kee, Samuel 137 Menton, Jonathan 137 Mills, Richard 137 Morse, Seth 137 Nelson, Daniel 137 O Niel, Charles 137 Patten, Robert 137 Picket, James, Jr. 138 Picket, James 138 Picket, Samuel 138 Roberts, Parsal 138 Roberts, Solomon 138 Sheperd, Daniel 138 Simson, John 138 Spence, Elias 138 Taylor, John 138 Thompson, Calvin 138 Thompson, James 138 Thompson, Thomas 138 Thompson, William 138 Tom, Jacob 138 Tuttle, Solomon 138 Watson, Charles 137 Wilcox, William 138 Zanes, Asa...

Frederick Holcomb Todd of York OH

Frederick Holcomb Todd9, (Franklin8, Street7, Hezekiah6, Hezekiah5, Caleb4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Sept. 21, 1863, in York, Medina County, Ohio, married Dec. 24, 1883, Lulu May Parsons. He was the son of Francis and Eliza Holcomb and was legally adopted by Franklin Todd. Children: 2509. Bert H., b. Sept. 26, 1885. 2510. Willis C., b. Dec. 11, 1893; twin with the next. 2511. William F., b. Dec. 11, 1893. 2512. Emma, b. Sept. 7,...

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