S151 SAMUEL ALLEN: Came to America near the end of the eighteenth century
from England, bringing his widowed mother, whose first name is unknown
and who returned to England; remarried, gaining a surname that
is also unknown. Samuel became a farmer near Carlisle, Cumberland
County, Pa. He was twice m. and had a large family. His ch. include:
(1) Hetty, who m. a man by the name of Green, David, Yost and
John, who was b. 1823, became a farmer and m. Mary Hocker.
He served with the 13th regiment of Penna. Cavalry Volunteers
for three years, enrolling in 1862. They had the following
(A) Samuel d. y.
(B) George: d. y.
(C) Hettie: b. 1858; m. Charles Gelwicks and is still living
at Franklin County, Pa.
(D) Winfield Scott: b. 1861; m. Emma Schlicter; d. 1914.
(a) Nora and Ivan: who d. in infancy.
(b) Mary Catherine: who m. Wm. Alleman. They reside
at Shippensburg, Pa.
(c) Blanche, Philadelphia.
(d) Elva, Shippensburg.
(e) Anna: m. Richard Kyle. They reside in Franklin
(f) Paul: b. 1913.