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GENEAUOOY COL-UECTIOM 



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HISTORY 



Tlie Clewell Family 

IN THE 

United States of America 
1737-1907 



LEWIS B CLEWELL and REV. LEWIS P. CLEWELL 

ED'ri'ED BY 

WILSON D. SEYFRIED 



Sold by Subscnptioii only 



BETHLEHEM, PA , U. S. A.: 

The Kevstoxe I'riniing Company 

1907 



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EDITOR'S PREFACE. 

The preparation of the Clewell Family History has been under- 
taken by me as a "Labor of Love." Whatever diffidence 1 have 
felt in executino- this trust, it has been undertaken as a posterior 
duty and esteemed to be a great privileg-e. My daily duties made 
the work burdensome at times, so that it would have been my 
choice to have had more leisure for accomplishing- our purpose, 
but the patience of our ijatrous and subscribers has been sufficient. 

The history has been a work of no small magnitude. Rising 
from obscurity and the humblest beginnings, our forefathers 
builded better than they knew. Little did they think as they 
mingled with men. fulfilling- their missions, that their deeds were 
to be known by later genierations and that their posterity should 
be so numerous. Our generation is indebted to the authors for 
their enthusiasm they displayed in their undertaking. We regret 
that one of them could not see his work while to the other we 
bow in gratitude ami adoration. 

W^e trust that our kinsfolk will receive this volume as a book 
of information and before harshly criticising it, contemplate 
the circumstances and perplexities in recording the families in 
their proper order. It mav contain errors, due to wrong reports 
or in transcribing or even in calculating the dates since we have 
found obituary records dififering with the records on tombstones 
thus making it impossible tO' avoid inconsistencies. But we believe 
the mistakes are few and unimportant. 

We now submit the work to our readers with a feeling of con- 
fidence that it is worthy of success and hope that they will find 
it a source of entertainment and interest, and that it will help to 
promote in the hearts of all that sympathy and respect for 
higher aspirations and closer fellowship. 

Bcthlcheiii, Pa., August, 1907. The Editor. 



AUTHORS' PREFACE. 

Regrets have been expressed repeatedly by members of the 
Clewell family, that so little is known of the genealogy and his- 
tory, coupled with desires that some one might be moved to 
snatch it from oblivion. With this object in view, we, Lewis B. 
Clewell, a descendant of Franz, and Lewis P., of George Craft 
Clewell, undertook the task : the former, to collect and tabulate 
the genealogy, the latter, to compile a brief history. 

The former proved the more difficult task; the family, already 
in the seventh or eighth generation, numbers thousands and are 
widely scattered over the American Continent, of some all traces 
are lost ; others, indifferent as to whence and whom they are, 
neglected to furnish the needed dates, etc., so that, in spite of 
the patient and painstaking eft'orts to make the record as complete 
as possible, some branches of the family remain incomplete. 

The historical part proved more satisfactory. The writer had 
ready access to the valuable archives of the Moravian congre- 
gations at Schoeneck, Xazareth and Bethlehem. He also came 
into possession of valuable familv records. 

It is a laudable undertaking; if you find that you belong to an 
honorable family, it is a strong incentive to lead an honorable 
life; for while nobility is not in the blood, but in the character, it 
still remains a fact that blood will tell. 

"The history," as Dhr. Stapleton well says in his Memorial of 
the Huguenots"is a story of suffering: for the sake of the 'faith 
once delivered to the saints.' " 

With the two-fold objects, to rescue from oblivion the memory 
of our honored ancestors, and impress upon the minds of their 
numerous descendants the fact that theirs is an honorable 
descent ; that it may prove, as well, an incentive to all who read, 
"to so run, that they may likewise obtain," we have undertaken 
the task. If these desired objects are gained, even in part, we 
shall feel amply compensated for our efforts. 

Bethlehem, Pa., December, 1903. The Authors. 



This book goes forth as the history of the first seven genera- 
tio!is of the Clewell I'^amily in the I'nited States. As its pre- 



PREFACE. 5 

paration has been connected with several other names from whom 
some assistance has been derived, the extent of such aid will be 
fully acknowledoed. The particular connection of Mr. Wilson 
D. Seyfried with the publication, deserves special mention, which 
is now given. 

When the history was first proposed, such was the condition 
of my health, that in view of conting-encies, we sought the aid of 
a competent person to assist us in the work. We induced Mr. 
Seyfried to join us in the work and he has been identified with us 
in every stag-e of the book's prosress, until its conclusion. My 
co-laborer. Rev. Clewell, was confident of his part and soon after 
the first Reunion favored the publication of the data then collect- 
ed but the Angel of Death entervened. He had his manuscript 
prepared while I had collected between four and five hundred 
families but no end in sight. Thus ended our joint labors. 

After the death of my colleague and through the ill-health of 
myself, the work rested mainly on him. The large increase in 
the genealogical part of the history made it necessary to revise 
the history and when it is known that he has performed his 
duties in the school room, during the whole period of his con 
nection with the work, it will be acknowledged that he has acquit- 
ted himself to the history with fidelity, especially in view of the 
fact, that there was no pecuniary reward in sight. He is the 
Editor and as such we honored and recognized him. 

Whatever defects or omissions may exist in the volume.they will 
find an ample excuse in the circumstances under which it was 
written. The whole book so fully expresses my personal views, 
that I accept the surviving authorship without reserve, and for 
its contents assume the sole responsibility. My part has been 
to collect and suggest. So far as frail humanitv would permit. 
it is a truthful and complete historv of the Clewell Family. To 
insure the correctness of our manuscripts we mailed over a thou- 
sand of them to people who were competent to approve them. 

It is a very pleasant duty to acknowledge the assistance that 
I have received from Rev. Georg-e F. Biahnson, of the Schoeneck 
Moravian Church ; Bishop J. Mortimer Levering, of Bethlehem, 
Pa.; Rev. William H. Oerter, of Lebanon, Pa.; Bishop Charles 
L. Moench, of Philadelphia, P'a. ; Dr. P. F. Laugenour, of States- 



6 PREFACE. 

ville. N. C. ; Mr. J. O. Knauss, of the Department of Public 
Instruction, of Harrisburg. Pa. ; and the Pastors of the Nazareth 
Moravian Church : for their research of records. To them a 
frank acknowledgment of obligation is cheerfully accorded. I, 
also, wish to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Lucius E. Rick- 
secker; Mr. Oliver L. Fehr; Capt. Frank C. Stout; Mr. Stephen 
A. Tr^in ; and Mr. Ephraim Loux, for their self-sacrificing labor. 

And now, my dear kinsfolk, having assigned to all concerned 
proper credit, my task is about to close. One word more and 1 
have done. My days of practical usefulness are passing away ; 
I can not much longer mingle in the Reunions of the family. 
This doubtless is my last effort to serve my kindred. It is my 

last tribute to my ancestors, my farewell to that loving band 

of friends and kinsmen, the sons and daug-hters of Franz and 
George Craft Clewell. 

Bethlehem, Pa., Atigtist, 1907. Lewis B. Clewell. 



of the 

'Motf^crs** ana *^3^atfti»rs** of tltc OtUttieU 3^similg 

131f|0 ftauc gone to cnjon tlic fttll fruition 

of th«? 

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tf\e^ 3*^un6amcntal ^cnct of (Our Better 5;:itjcs, 

^Itfcfi sought Itetognition at tl^eir f^anis ; 

^o the 

and 

mntx the Hope anO Belief that their struggles mill 
likewise be troujne&, 

^his Volume is B^aicatei, 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

I. Introductkin, by Charles W. Loux, Esq.. . 13 

II. A General History 18 

Whence- — Daiiphinv — Derisive Taunts — 
Family— Edict of Nantes— The Flight- 
Francois Clavel — Louise Frache — Her 
Second Marriage — The Pass — The Land- 
ing — The Redemptioners — Her Third 
Marriage — Her Widowhood — Her Death 
— Casting Lots — The Name. 

HI. The Village oe Schoeneck 30 

The Name — The Petitioners — Resolution 
of Synod— The First House— The First 
Church— The Graveyard— The Church of 
1793 — Its Dedication — The Church of 
1888 — The Bell— The Village. 

IV. Franz Clewell 36 

A iitobiography. 
His Birth — Persecutions — Religion — His 
Father's Death — Mother's Second Mar- 
riage — Their Voyage — His Servitude — 
His Marriage — His New Possessions — 
Religious Anxiety — Children a Gift of, 
God — The Church at Schoeneck — His 
First Communion. 

History. 
His Master — His Wife, Salome — His 
Possessions — Value of His Acquisitions 



CONTENTS. 9 

Page. 

— His Will — Services in His House — 
The First Funeral— -As Refugees — His 
Death. 

V. George Craft Clewell 44 

Baptismal Certificate — His Birth — A Re- 
demptioner — His Marriage — His Wife, 
Anna Maria — His Possessions — Friend- 
ship with Indians — Refugees — A Mora- 
vian — His Death — Value of Acquisitions 
—His Will— His Wolfe's Death. 

VI. Genealogy ... 51 

VII. Biographical Sketches 264 

VIII. Accounts of Reunions 361 

IX. Genealogical Index 371 

X. Biographical Index 388 



IlibUSTl^ATIONS. 



Page. 

The DandiiiiJr Frontispiece 

Tlie Pass 22 

A INIap opp. 25 

(irave of Madame Ivueelile opp. 26 

The Moravian Buililin.ii- of 17(i2 at Sclioeiieelv 31 

Tlie Church of 1793 and Parsona.iie 32 

The Church of 1888 33 

Tlie Villag-e of Schoeneck 34 

Homestead of Franz Clewed opp. 42 

Homesitead of George Craft Cle-svell opp. 45 

Homestead of FranciS' CleAvell 280 

Officers and Committeemen of Fii-st Reunion 362 

Giraveyardi at Keunion 364 

Second Reunion 366 



PORTf^AITS. 



LeAYis B. Clewell and Wife 264 

Rev. Lewis P. Clewell 269 

Wilson D. Seyfried and Family 270 

Charles W. Loux 2To 

Anna C. Levering Ebbecke 275 

Christina Clewell 277 

Abraham Clewell and Wife 279 

Abraham Klewell and Wife 281 

F. Thomas Clewell and Wife 283 

Paul Siegfried and Wife 284 

J. Philip Clewell and Wife 285 

Children of .T. Samnel Clewell 286 

Henry G. Clewell and Wife 288 

Anna J. Eckenbeirger 289 

Sarah Clewell 290 

Henry .T. Clewell 291 

Alexander Clewell 292 

S. Henry A. Siegfried and Wife 293 

Bishop T. INIortimer Levering 294" 

Rev. John H. Clewell 296 

Rev. Robert E. Clewell 297 

Henry G. Clewell and Wife 298 

Rev. Theophilus G. Clewell 300 

Oliver L. Fehr and Fam'ily 302 

Hon. G. A. Schneebeli and Wife 304 

David Trein and Wife 306 

.T. Reuben Clewell and Family 308 

.Toseph W. Siegfried and Wife 310 

John IThler and Wife 312 

J. HaiTy Clewell 314 

Henry- Brnnner and Wife 216 

:Matilda B. Seyfried 31S 

Ephraim Lonx and Wife 319 

William H. Clewell 320 

Stephen A. Trein and Wife 322 

William H. Clewell and Family 324 

Howard .T. Siegfried and Family 326 

Monroe L. Clewell and Family 328 

CaiTie A. Rice and Hns1>and 330 

Eugene A. Clewell 332 



12 PORTRAITS. 

Joseph M. Hitclicock and Wice 334 

Rev. William H. Fehr 33(; 

Samuel D. Luckenbach 338 

Charles H. Clewell 340 

Han-y E. Clewell 341 

Eugene D. Ti-ein aud Family 342 

Dr. Elmer C. Bruch 343 

Rev. Charles S. Steinmetz and Family 344 

Dr. William H. Clewell 34.1 

James R. Crouse and Wife 347 

:Mary E. Straubel 34U 

Rev. Carl Schlegel and Wife 350 

George P. L lewell 3.52 

Augustus B. Clewell 35:! 

Catherine Steinmetz and Family 354 

^laria C. Crouthaimel and Husband 35G 

Jaeoto L. Clewell 357 

Jacob L. Clewell 358 

W. K. Crouthamel 300 




Introduction. 



Motive lies back of every effort. The honoring of one's 
parents and ancestors of a remoter deoree, the transmission to 
our posterity of peimanent, rehable, and easily accessible family 
records, the promotion of better acquaintance with one's own 
and stronger ties of love and kinship, and a general interest in 
biography, constitute the motives and furnish the justification for 
the publication of a work like this. 

Interest in one's ancestry, as distinguished from family pride, 
is natural, and not always born of vanity. Your own child, that 
wishes to be told a story of when you were a little boy, is only 
manifesting a natural interest which all of us possess. Benjamin 
Franklin in his inimitable "Autobiography" expressed the same 
interest. 

Honoring one's ancestors, without worshipping them (as the 
Chinese do}, and without attempting simply to honor ourselves 
(as the wealthier or more famous families might be disposed 
to do), is always commendable. One of the purposes of this 
book is the proper recognition of the sterling qualities of our 
forefathers. 

The Clewell descendants have not the same temptation to 
family pride that might be supposed to exist in families whose 
founders, though not more honorable from a moral point of 
view, had yet achieved greater things in literature, pohtics, or 
finance. 

The life history, in its early stages, of the first Clewell ances- 
tors in America, reads, as does Lincoln's, to use his own quota- 
tion, like the "simple annnals of the poor." When the widowed 
"stamm-mutter" and her two' boys, Franz and George, arrived in 
Philadelphia, in the year 1737, they were in worse plight than 
Franklin was when he arrived at the same place just a few 
years previous, with a single dollar in his pocket. 

While many of the Clewell family were schooled in the same 



14 THE HISTORY OF 

school as were Lincoln and Franklin, and though the Clewells 
■ are now represented in every calling and profession, it is not 
yet of record that they have produced shining- lights of such 
magnitude as Franklin and Lincoln. But there is hope, possibly, 
in rising generations. 

Family pride is, in most aspects, a contemptible thing. It is 
not the purpose of this book to foster any of it. The achievements 
of our ancestors are not our own. The Joneses have other blood 
in them besides Jones' blood, and if we trace our lineage back 
far enough will we not all arrive at a common orig-in ? 

Family pride is i)roper onlv when it deters one from wrong 
doing. But even then, to do right for love of right is better. It 
is a proper interest in our ancestry, then, rather than family 
pride, that prompts the publication of this book. 

"One half of the world does not know how the other half is 
getting along." Just as true is it that "One generation knows 
very little about the other." It is a pitiable fact that many 
children do not know the time and place of birth of their par- 
ents, to say nothing of remoter generations. It would puzzle a 
good many to give their grandmother's Christian name. But 
children are not always to blame for ignorance of matters which 
transpired before their advent into this world. Hence, the neces- 
sity and duty of transmitting in some form, whether by autobio- 
graphy (not necessarily printed), or diary, or in family Bible, 
f^br, in case of large families a work like this, accurate family 
records. 

If such records had been kept, one might have the satisfac- 
tion of ascertaining who his ancestors were on all lines, for some 
generations back. As before indicated, no Clewell is a Clewell 
only. Where there is no marriage into one's own family, every 
person has or had two parents, four grand parents, eight great 
grand parents, sixteen great great grand parents, and so on, the 
number increasing by a geometrical ratio of two with every 
generation. How many of these ancestors can we name ? This ' 
question again suggests the importance of transmitting proper re- 
cords to our children. 

It is the absence, in many cases, of such records, that makes 
the compilation of a family history such a laborious task. The 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. I 5 

amount of labor involved in the production of such a work as 
this is much greater than imagined by most readers. Great 
credit is due the compilers for the patience, self-sacrilice, labor, 
and skill bestowed upon this work. 

The form of the present record and the method of using it, 
as explained in the "Preface," will be found to be most satisfac- 
tory, as it enables lineage to be traced in either direction with 
the least possible effort. It comes as near perfection as any to 
be found in our day. The Jewish system of family records dif- 
fered from others in that each family record carried names 
of male descendants only, the female descendants, unless unmar- 
ried, being reckoned as of the family into which such married, 
and celibacy being at a discount then, as it ought to be now. 
This system, if universally adopted, would have the immense 
advantage of saving all duplication of record, at the same time 
affording perfect record of female descendants, as well as male, 
by reference from one family record to another. 

Any record is better than none. A large portion of the 
Clewell records was preserved in some form or other, for which 
due credit is to be given. With many other families such a com- 
pilation as this is utterly impossible for lack of reliable data. 

The present compilers had an advantage possessed by com- 
paratively few American families, in that there was but one 
founder of the name Clewell (two, if you consider the family 
as beginning with the brothers Franz and George). The 
Smiths, the Millers, and thousands of other names, have been ^ 
reinforced by repeated importations from other countries ; and 
thus, whoever attempted to compile, for instance, a Smith 
family history would deserve the profoundest commiseration of 
everybody. 

The Clewell family is of Huguenot origin. And, no doubt, 
much of the sterling character of our ancestors \yas developed 
in the school of affliction and persecution. Other countries have 
gained what France has lost. For a more complete history of 
the family, the reader is referred to the reports oi reunions and 
to the biographies. 

"If you would train a child aright, you must begin with 
his grandmother." There is much food for reflection in that 
saying. The laws of heredity never ceased to operate upon man- 



l6 THE HISTORY OF 

kind, and one generation helps or hinders succeeding ones ac- 
cording as it transmits good or bad quahties to the next genera- 
tion. ( )ur race is a fallen one, to be sure, but it is an undisputed 
fact that some have suffered more from the fall than others. 
Who will say that it's not in some measure due to the piety of 
our persecuted ancestors that there are to-day so many among 
their descendants preaching the good tidings of redemption 
the only Way whereby man can be saved? 

Beyond the period ofHuguenot persecutions, theClewell family 
cannot be traced. Very few families can be traced as far even 
as that. The farther back we go beyond that period, the greater 
the darkness and general ignorance, until we again reach the 
first centuries of the Christian era. Surnames were not in com- 
mon use prior to the tenth century. It was no doubt providential 
that family records should be broken at this point. Had they not 
been thus broken, how many would still be priding themselves as 
being of the "seed of Abraham" according to the flesh instead of 
seeking to be united to the true "Seed" by faith. 

On account of the liberal sprinkling of biography in this work, 
and the interesting statistics found in the reports read at re- 
unions, the book, we trust, will be of considerable general inter- 
est, an interest shared by many who are not of the Clewell line- 
age. The biographies represent life as it really is, — its struggles, 
its successes, its sorrows, its joys, its every-day duties, and some 
of its extraordinary tasks. 

But, of course, the work will be of special interest to those of 
the kin covered by the title of the book. To the unmarried, it 
might be well to suggest that they first consult the index of the 
book, as the laws forbid marriage within certain degrees of con- 
sanguinity. The Jews, in whose favor some of our laws make 
an exception, have sometimes so intermarried that one could 
figure himself out as being his own grandfather,— probably an 
undesirable result. 

In looking through the book, the reader (if he be a Clewell 
descendant) will undoubtedlv find names of persons of whose 
kinship with him he was entirely unaware. He needs to be 
"introduced" to them, and this book will do it. Thus the book 
will enlarge his acquaintance and ought to promote love and 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 1/ 

sociability, and if it accomplishes these results only, the book will 
be doing a good work. 

The Clewells evidently believe in "race preservation," as there 
are now more than four thousand of them, although the eighth 
generation is just beginning to "sprout," as it were. This shows 
well by comparison, considering that families ordinarily grow by 
geometrical ratio. The family of Roger Williams, several 
generations older, numbers about eighteen thousand. 

May this book be a worthy memorial of those ancestors of ours 
that have fallen asleep. And as to the living ones, so widely 
scattered, and many of them so little acquainted with one an- 
other, may this book itself be between them a genuine and most 
cordial "Introduction." Chas. W. Loux. 

Providence, R. I., April, 1907. 




1 8 THE HISTORY OF 

A General History 

OF THE 

CLEWELL FAMILY 



As to whence the Clewells are is a matter not easily deter- 
mined. All the records in our possession, however, assure us 
that the grand-parents of Franz and George Clewell were French 
Protestant orHuguenots. They lived in the southern part ofFrance 
in the province of Dauphiny (Dauphine) in the 

Whence, town of Grenoble, and from this place they fled to 
Auerbach in Baden. No attempt has been made 
to trace our ancestry in Europe for reasons which are almost 
self evident. One might wish to know more about them and 
w'ithout doubt could discover much interesting data bearing 
upon their ancestral lineage or affiliation. 

Dauphine was formerly a frontier province in the south-east- 
ern part of France, now comprising the departments of Drome 
Isere and Hautes Alps. It is a mountainous district with beau- 
tiful and fertile valleys. It borders on Italy and Switzerland on 

the east with the lofty Alps mountains as its bound- 
Dauphiny. ary. Its chief city was Grenoble. It has a 

strong fortress and even at present is an import- 
ant city. It was originally a city of the Allobroges and later was 
fortified by the Romans who had conquered the province, 121 
B. C. and the people became loyal subjects of that empire. In 
the 5th century it was conquered by the Burgundians who were 
originally a German tribe, and for a short period was a part of 
an independent kingdom. From 1032 until the middle of the 
14th century, it was a possession of Germany when it was pre- 
sented to France by the last lord of the old rulers who had the 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. I9 

title of "Dauphin" from which the province received its name. 
Among- the pubhc buildings of Grenoble is the "Palace of Justice" 
which was originally the palace of the Dauphin. 

Such is the history of the country from which the grandpar- 
ents of Franz and George Clewell fled. Whether the history 
sheds any light upon their ancestors or not, is left to the judgment 
of the reader but the environment in which people live is a great 
factor in their lives and the laws of heredity can neither be dis- 
avowed. 

There are those in the family who regard it very probably that 
they originally came not only from this frontier province of an- 
cient Gaul, but from the frontier of the frontier, namely, Spain. 
Two plausible reasons are given : First, there is an 
Derisive old saying among the older Clewells that they were 
sometimes, in derision, called "Schwartze Spanier," 
Taunts. Black Spaniards as well as "Schwartze Fransoa" 
Black Frenchmen. Second, that the early members 
of the family, before they were much intermarried with the fair- 
haired and blue-eyed Germans, were a very black-haired and 
black-eyed people, although of remarkable fair skin. Their 
vivacity of disposition and temper, their versatility and impulsive 
eccentricities, indicate that they were descended from the Latin 
or Celtic races, rather than from the fair and more phlegmatic 
Germans who overran and conquered ancient Gaul, converting 
it into modern France. 

The family must have been quite numerous for the name ap- 
pears among the exiles of various lands and also among the 
galley-slaves to which some had been condemned. Michael Cla- 
vel who was number 37,246 had been in servitude 
The for three years on the ship "La Fidelle" and anoth- 
er person, Antoine Clavel, who was number 30,789, 
Family, had been in servitude for six years on the ship "La 
Vieille Reale." They were among the galley-slaves 
that were released by King Louis XIV of France in 171 3 and 
1714 respectively. Rev. David Clavel, a prominent member of 
the Reformed Church, was born in 1754, in Genoa. As early as 
1628, a John Clavel, a poetical highway-man under Charles I, 
who after being reprieved wrote a poem on the "Tricks of High- 
wayman and How to Catch Thieves." 



20 THE HISTORY OF 

Another branch of the family, the one in which we are directly 
interested, fled from Dauphiny to Auerbach, Baden, for the sake 
of "the Faith once delivered unto the Saints." 

During the struggles of the Reformation period, the Protes- 
tants of France were successful in obtaining a decree which se- 
cured for them religious freedom. They enjoyed this privilege 
to see 760 churches rise but were denied the printing of books 
on the tenets of their religion, except in such places where it 
already existed nor were they allowed to ap- 
Edict proach the heart of the government with their 

OF Nantes, religion and consequently their political strength 
was gradually crushed and their liberties inter- 
fered with. On October 18, 1685, King Louis XIV of France 
revoked the Decree and more than 400,000 of the Protestants 
left their country and fled to other countries for protection rather 
than submit to Popish superstition. Among these refugees were 
merchants, manufacturers and skilled artisans, the most intelli- 
gent and most religious people of the nation. The loss to the 
French king was immense and the despotic ruler being entrapped 
through his half-secret marriage to one who was governed by the 
Jesuits, wreaked vengeance upon the Protestants with sword 
and fire. With the alternative of Popish superstitution and op- 
pression, and the truth as it is in Jesus, they chose the latter. 
Leaving in quick flight, they left all their worldly goods behind 
in order to find refuge where they might worship God according 
to the teachings of His Word and the dictates of their consciences. 

There is a well authenticated tradition that an only brother of 
Francois Clavel became separated from the rest of the family dur- 
ing the flight and was never heard of again. He doubtless, be- 
came a victim of the persecution. Their first rest- 
The ing place in their flight was in Geneva, Switzerland, 
whither the parents of the future wife of Francois 
Flight, had also fled. How long they stopped in that city 
we are not told but they continued their journey, 
perhaps to gratify a desire for greater safety, into Baden from 
whence their posterity was destined to continue the flight until 
they landed upon the shores of the New World. 

When our ancestors arrived in the Palatinate they renewed 
their allegiance to the Reformed Church of which they were con- 



THE CLE WELL FAMILY. 21 

sistent and zealous members as is evident from the autobiography 
of Franz Clevvell. Francois Clavel was married 
Francois in Auerbach to Louise Frache in 1718. He ap- 
pears to have been a man of more than ordinary 
Clavel. intelHgence and force of character. He died in 
the year 1730, leaving a widow and two sons, 
Franz, aged ten, and George Craft, aged four years. 

The widow, Louise Clavel, nee Frache, was born in Geneva, 

Switzerland, on the 5th of December, 1695. Her parents, as 

already stated, were among the French Huguenots who were 

compelled to seek refuge under a Protestant ruler. 

LoLTiSE They were also members of the Reformed Church. 

She received a very good education as well as a 

Frache. thorough religious training. Her span in life from 

her birthplace in Geneva to her last resting-place on 

Schoeneck's "God's' Acre," shows that she played the part of 

a heroine in many respects. 

About a year after the death of her husband, Francois Clavel, 
she married Johannes G'Fellern, a native of Switzerland. This 
marriage no doubt, was prompted by feeling the need of a pro- 
tector for herself and her children in those unset- 
Her tied times. The religious wars continued and the 

persecutions of the Protestants was as furious as 
Second ever. This union was blessed with one daughter 
who died in infancy. No further mention is 
Marriage, made of her second husband except that his name 
appears among the immigrants of the Billendex* 
Townshead which anchored in the Delaware at Philadelphia on 
October 5, 1737, from Amsterdam. Holland. 

That he assumed the responsibility of a father is evident from 

the so called Pass which he obtained from the officers in whose 

jurisdiction they lived. The Pass, which is the pos- 

The session of Mr. Jacob Clewell (116) of Philadelphia, 

Pa., is written in German. The cut is a correct fac- 

Pass. simile of the original and a strict literal translation 

of the same follows. 



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WE CHARLES, by the grace of God margrave of Baden, 
and grave of Sausenberg, count of Spanheim and Eberstein, lord 
of Roeteln, Badenweyler, Lahr and Mahlberg & cet., by these 
presents acknowledge and declare, that, upon the humble petition 
of John Gefaeller from Auerbach, in our bailiwick of Stin, who 
desires to betake himself to the island of Pennsylvania and to 
make his home there; together with his wife, Louisa Frasch and 
her two children from her first husband, John Franz Cleve and 
George Craft Cleve ; — we have, for a suitable consideration, gra- 
ciously released them from servitude by which heretofore they 
have been allied and tjelonged to us ; and we do this with the 
understanding, that neither we nor our princely heirs will have 
to obtain any further claims on them or their heirs on account of 
this servitude, unless theyshould sooner or later again settle in one 
of the other places within our principality and territory, where 
we ihave serfs, in which case they shall again be and become 
serfs, as before. 

In testimony of this we have ordered the present document to 
be executed for the aforesaid John Gefaeller, given under our 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 23 

own signature and imprinted seal of the princely chancery, at our 
princely residence, the city of Carls-Ruh, April 6. 1737. 

It was generally understood that the above secured for them 
the passage on the ship but it is not exactly that except in an in- 
direct sense. It will be noticed that the tenor of the instrument 
is the releasing of the man as well as of his wife and the 
two children from servitude and when we read of their being held 
as serfs we may become overwhelmed with astonishment. But 
our descendants will not only find relief in their mortification, if 
any there should be, in the history of the times and the sense 
in which the word was used but also, the fact is settled forever 
that the descendants of Franz and George Clewell have elevated 
their position in society and that they lived that positive life 
which had the assurance of being rewarded while the blood of 
the nobility has degenerated in many instances. 

The term serf must not be construed in this document as mean- 
ing a slave and must also be distinguished from the serfs or vil- 
lains of the early middle ages. These were subjugated by the 
conqueror and consisted of the population of the earlier races. 
There are also instances of persons selling themselves by reason 
of famine or other pressing causes to the lords for the sake of 
protection and still others who surrendered themselves to churces 
and monastries for the sake of 'the benefits to be derived from 
the prayers of their masters. Different as was the condition of 
the serfs in different countries and at different periods, his posi- 
tion, on the whole, was much more favorable than that of a 
slave and by the customs of France and Germany the serfs were 
only bound to fixed payments and duties in respect to their lords. 
It is this latter condition from which our ancestral family seeks 
release, and, like true and loyal subjects they petitioned their lord 
for their freedom, and by paying their respects, were privileged 
to take advantage of their purpose in a very honorable and 
creditable manner. Whether the island of Pennsylvania as it was 
then conceived, could afford them greater protection in the 
vicissitudes of life than this lord who was unable to cope with the 
difiaculties of the times, must have been a serious problem to 
them but their sturdy spirit of independence and their christian 
zeal over-shadowed all such thoughts. Moreover the wise have 
said, "There are no gains without pains" and the journey was be- 



24 THE HISTORY OF 

gun. According to tradition the voyage was a stormy one. Storm 
after storm overtook them and during one of these storms Jo- 
hannes G'Fellern was drowned. 

Thus we see that Louise Clavel G'Fellern landed at Philadel- 
phia, a widow for the second time and now it seems the worst 
time of her trials was at hand. It may be taken for granted that 
they had some account of the surpassing advantages that were 
to be realized in this new country before they left the Father- 
land, but now the one on whom they had depended 
The was missing. They had left a home but where 

were they to find one here and who would support 
Landing, them. The colony with which they came resolved 
to try their fortunes in the Schuylkill Valley but 
what incentive did the forests of that valley offer to a woman in 
her position and to be separated from her acquaintances or even 
kindred and stay in the city, was equally odious to her. Just 
what made her to follow the colony into the Schuylkill Valley we 
are not told but after she had handed her two sons, Franz and 
George, over to their future masters as "Redemptioners" she 
traveled alone in her bereavement and anxiety. 

The family was among the thousands whose pecuniary means 

were very limited but this was no insurmountable obstacle for a 

chance to try the fortunes of the^new world. Therefore, they 

generally entered into contracts with the shipmasters for their 

passage to the New World. By the terms of these contracts, the 

person agreed upon the arrival of the ship at the designated port 

that he would allow himself to be sold into 

The service to the highest bidder for a term of 

time sufficient to liquidate their indebted- 

Redemptioners. ness to the ship. Consequently upon their 

arrival, such persons who entered into such 

a compact were exposed for sale at auction or privately and their 

services sold for a period of from three to five years whichever 

might be found necessary to defray the expenses of the passage. 

The price paid for them varied according to age and physical 
condition but ordinarily they brought ten pounds, equal to about 
$26.67 ^^ the old money of the province of Pennsylvania, or about 
$50 according to the money standard of to-day. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 25 

The sales of these unfortunates were chiefly made to the com- 
paratively wealthy residents in the south-eastern part of the prov- 
ince' of Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia, because there the great- 
er need of such service was felt and the people had also more 
ability to pay for such services. But the time came when the 
market for these servants in the city became overstocked and it 
was necessary to dispose of them at places more remote. 

The guardian of our ancestors saw both her sons sold into such 
servitude as well as that of their future wives. Franz Clewell be- 
came the servant of a planter in the Schuylkill Valley while 
George found his master in the city and served his term as a 
"button-maker." Such was the introduction our ancestors re- 
ceived but this stroke proved to be their fortune as well as to many 
others, for it laid the foundation of a 'material prosperity, which 
resulted frequently in the possession of their hundreds ot acres 
of fertile land, their barns and granaries filled, besides means by 
which they could have been the happy possessors of bonds and 
stocks. After George had served his time as a redemptioner, he 
also joined his friends in the vicinity of Oley in the Schuylkill 
Valley and the dawn of a brighter future became apparent. His 
brother, Franz, had acquired his own possessions and soon after- 
wards married Salome Kuechley and George followed the ex- 
ample a few years later by taking her sister, Anna Maria Kuech- 
ley and making her his wife. 

Whether the mother of these two maidens died in Oley or a 
few years after they had left that place we are not certain but 
the fact remains that their father Johannes Kuechley became a 
widower and some time before the year 1750 had 
Her married their mother-in-law, Louise Clavei 

G'Fellern or the mother of their husbands. The 
Third three families lived closely together for the rest 
of their parents' lifetime as their possessions or 
Marriage. plantations were contiguous which they purchas- 
ed from the Provincial government and which 
were situated north of Nazareth. 

Here on the frontier, between the plantation of Franz Clewell 
on the east and the plantation of George Clewell on the west 
they, in the declining years of their lives, lived under the pro- 
tection of their sons and daughters, breakiug words of wisdom 



26 



THE HISTORY OF 



to them and g-uiding them until all seemed to have been fairly 
begun when they again were summoned to suffer a great loss. 
In the year 1756, not many years after their marriage, she be- 
came a widow for the third time through the death of he'- 
husband. This being before the organization of the church at 
Schoeneck, or about a year after they had petitioned the Mora- 
vians for a minister and while they occasionally had religious 
services in Franz Clevvell's house they, for some reason, buried 
his remains on his own possessions. 

She remained a widow for about eleven years in which she pre- 
pared for her final summons. The Gospel as preached by the 
Moravian ministers, convicted her of her sins and shortcomings 
and reminded her of the instructions she had received in the days 
of persecution. Wihen Franz was received into 
Her the communion of the church at Schoeneck it 

impressed her deeply and she eagerly longed 
Widow' HOOD, for the saine privilege. After much prayer 
and many trials, she was received into the 
church on January 2^, 1763, according to the customs of the Mora- 
vians and on August sixth of the same year she was permitted 
to partake of the Holy Communion. She was thereby much 
humbled and exclaimed "Moncher Sauveur m'a pris mon coein" 
— ''My loving Saviour has come very near to my heart." 

During her last years she was unable in consequence of advan- 
ced age and infirmities to leave her home and she was almost 
totally deaf, making it very difficult to converse with her and dur- 
ing the last few months of her life she could hardly be understood. 
She died of a violent and sudden hemorrhage from an attack of 
pleurisy at six o'clock on the morning of October 5, 1767, aged 
y2 years less two months. She was buried at Schoe- 
Her neck on the Moravian God's Acre where her rest- 
ing place is marked by a white marble slab and 
Death, bears the following inscription: 

"Louisa Kuechley, geborne Frache, geboren December 1695 
zu Geneve in der Schweiz : Mutter von Franz and George Cle- 
well. Sie war die Stamm-mutter von der zahlreichen Clevvell's 
familie : Gestorben October, 1767." 

Louisa Kuechley, maiden name Frache, born December, 1695, 
in Geneva, Switzerland. Mother of Franz and George Clewell 




GRAVE OF MADAME LOUISE KUECHLEY. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 2^ 

and ancestress of the numerous Clewell family. Died October, 
1767. 

It may not be amiss at this time to digress for a while from our 
direct subject and give a few general points or hints on their 
experiences as members of the Moravian church, then generally 
known as the Brethren's Church. It appears that it was a more 
serious matter to belong and have the privileges of a church 
than at present. The fact that our ancestors became refugees 
and sought religious freedom is a thing that can hardly be appre- 
ciated to-day, and when they had the opportunity 

Casting of uniting with a church here in America it was 
seized and its precincts were approached with deep 
Lots. piety. The guiding hand of Providence in the af- 
fairs of men was recognized by those persecuted 
people while they humbly submitted to Divine Will. The cus- 
tom of deciding questions by lot among Moravians was uncom- 
monly prevalent, both privately and in the control of church 
aftairs. It was used in various ways, in making selections, in 
seeking guidance in perplexity and in deciding questions and was 
usually conducted by drawing names or numbers or slips on 
which were written the words "yes" or "no." It was not, how- 
ever, at exclusive Moravian custom but rather as a Providential 
ruling. After our ancestors, Franz and George Clewell, as well 
as their mother, were admitted into the Society of the Brethren, 
the question whether they were fit subjects to partake of the 
Lord's Supper was decided b}' lot. In the case of Franz it was 
favorable at once but unfavorable to that of his mother and brother 
and therefore they did not become full members of the church 
until some time afterwards. They submitted to the decision with- 
out murmuring and prepared for the next chance. 

Previous to 1818, lot was applied to many marriages. This, 
perhaps, was to carry out lofty ideals in the selection of conse- 
crated associates and as a matter of complete subjection to Di- 
vine guidance. However, the law of love took its course — and 
as a result the system was generally disapproved. There were 
also such among our descendants who were Moravians that de- 
sired to marry some one not of the church and they would noi 
submit to the system and again dissatisfaction arose. In one par- 
ticular instance when the hand of a descendant widow with her 



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THE HISTORY OF 



three children was sought in marriage by one who belonged to the 
church, he made his intentions known to the officials of the 
church who wanted to proceed with lot when he told them "the 
widow or none." Lot was favorable and the marriage was a 
happy one as many among our descendants could testify. 

Many of our readers may dispute the correctness of the orthog- 
raphy of the name ClczccII and no attempt will be made to decide 
that question but rather to present the various forms of the 
name which came to our notice while gathering the data for this 
book. It will be noticed that in the baptismal cer- 
The tificate of George Craft the name is spelled Clairll 
while in the passport the name is spelled Clcz'e. That 
Name, the latter is a clerical error is almost self-evident, per- 
haps confounded with the duchy, Cleves, in West- 
phalia while the former may have been the form used by the peo- 
ple in Europe. In the recital of the deed by the Commonwealth 
to Franz, the name is repeatedly spelled "Klewell" alias "Cla- 
vell" while Franz writes his own name with a K and about a year 
afterwards, under the same circumstances, he Avrites Clczvcll 
This may be explained by comparing the so-called hard sound of 
C with the German K. 

The form "Clewell" appears on the legal documents that were 
executed by both Franz and George as their signatures and the 
same form is used by their children in the execution of docu- 
ments in the settlement of the estates with the exception of Abra- 
ham (20), the youngest heir of George, who signed his name 
Klewell. The reason for this was explained by his son, Abra- 
ham ( 97 ) , who was still living at the time of the first reunion. 
Abraham, son of George, had his family in Riiladelphia and 
when the children entered school the teacher persisted in spelling 
the name with a K and the whole family yielded. 

In the list of taxable people of Xorthampton County, in 1780, 
the name is spelled "Clewelder" and "Cleweld." In each case 
the name begins with a C and the spelling of the rest of the word 
is simple to anyone who understands the Pennsylvania German 
dialect. This instance goes to prove the erroneousness of official 
records which may have also been the case with the name on the 
passport. 

In the genealogy it will be noticed that Joseph William Clewell 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 2g 

(300) Spells his name "Cavelt." The history of the man will 
explain the orthography of the name. While being- yet a mere lad 
he became separated from his parents and was raised in a Penn- 
sylvania German family who had not only neglected their own 
education but failed to do their duty to the boy and consequently 
when the time arrived that he had occasion to write his name, 
he spelled it according to the pronunciation of the word among 
those people. 

Another form of the name is that of John F. (253) and James 
D. (254) Clawell. But this form is similar to those already ex- 
plained. Local pronunciation often changed the spelling of the 
name. 

We were often attracted by the similarity of our family sur- 
name to that of others, like Clayville, Clavill and Clavell. The 
hrst two as far as we have investigated have a history peculiar of 
their own while the latter are inhabitants of Canada and claim 
to be descendants of the pioneers of the colonial days as well as of 
French nationality. We have reason to believe that they are a 
distinctive branch of the family and that their form of the name 
which is Clavell, bears the greater resemblance of the original 
form. We leave the duty of finding the connecting link to the 
future family historian. 




30 THE HISTORY OF 



The ViLLIAGE OF SCHOENECK. 



The history of that small village about one mile north of 
Nazareth called Schoeneck and which means "Pleasant Corner" 
does not strictly belong to our Family History but it is so closely 
allied with our early ancestors that it may find a proper place 
among these pages. 

It was in the year 1754 that a number of dwellers in Bush- 
kill Township then a part of Plainfield Township, wrote a peti- 
tion to the Synod of the Brethren now commonly known as 
Moravians, who were holding their sessions in Bethel on the 
Swatava, asking that body to send a minister, who could pro- 
claim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to them pure and unadultera- 
ted like the Apostle of old. The letter thus addressed was signed 
by Franz Clewell, George Clewell, John Peter Stoudt, a 
brother-in-law of the above named and John Kuechle, father- 
in-law of the aforenamed, Henry Kostenbader, Walter Mueller 
and — • Bleily. 

Among these seven persons, Franz Clewell, who had been 
awakened by a sermon of Rev. Eschenbach in Oley, was the 
prime author of this movement, influenced principally by his 
concern for the salvation of his children. 

It was resolved by that Synod to send a minister to them who 
met the seven petitioners in the house of Franz Clewell. Here 
in this house, services were held from time to time by Mora- 
vian ministers who came on request, during the year 1755 and 
each meeting attracted more of the neighbors and thus con- 
tinuing until 1756 the question of building a place of worship 
and a school-house was earnestly discussed. 

All of them felt the need but the obstacles that had to be over- 
come seemed like mountains because of their limited number 
in building and supporting the same. 

About the year 1756, the Moravian Synod again came to their 
aid when they passed a resolution that a congreg'ation place 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



31 



should be established on the Nazareth Tract a short mile from 
Nazareth Hall in the direction of the Bilue Mountains. This 
place so established, received the name Schoeneck, named after 
a place in Austria which belonged to Count Zinzindorf's family. 
In 1760 Georg-e Clauss who later became the father-in-law 
of Elizabeth Clewell (12), oldest daughter of George Clewell 
(3), built the first house in the place. In the spring of 1762, 
the building of the proposed place of worship and school-house 
was commenced and so steadily and vehemently was the work 
pushed that the third of October of the same year was set 
apart for its consecration. 




THE BUILDING OF +*?*■ USED AS A CHURCH, SCHOOL HOUSE AND DWELLING. 



This was the first church which evidently stood a few rods 
north of the present church. On August 12 previous to the 
consecration of this church, Rev. Daniel Neibert and his wife 
Hannah, arrived' as the first regular pastor. 

In the year 1763, the grave-yard was laid out and it was 
so destined that the builder of the first house, George Clauss, 
should also be the first one whose remains were interred in the 
cemetery. 



32 



THE HISTORY OF 



At the dedication services held October 3, 1762, it was an- 
nounced that all those friends who had aided in building the 
place of worship would be considered "Societaets-'M embers" 
that is, such who have mutually banded themselves together, not 
to live for themselves in the world but to live for Him alone, 
and also on this occasion a daughter of P'ranz and Salome 
Clewell was baptized and received the name Christina (See 
biography). 

Many people from N'azareth, Christian Springs and Gnaden- 
thal came to Schoeneck to witness the dedication of the church 
and see the new settlement. 

On November 28, being the first congregation Day, Franz 
Clewell and his wife Salome became members of the congrega- 
tion while more were added to the "Society." The congrega- 
tion flourished while many of its members began to look for a 
place nearer to the church on which they would settle and so 
one by one the houses were erected in the village. In less than 
thirty years the necessity of a larger church became apparent. 
At the celebration of the Congregational Festival on the Third 
of October, 1792, the lack of room brought the subject up in 




CHURCH OF 17S3 AND THE PARSONAGE BUILT IN 1826. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



33 



an earnest manner. It was proposed by some to enlarge their 
old church while others favored the building- of a new church 
and this was finally accepted by a majority. 

The matter was then referred to the General Helpers' Con- 
ference, a body of the Moravian Church, which expressed their 
approval that a new church, to be build of stone, forty-two feet 
long, thirty-six feet wide and sixteen feet high, should be erect- 
ed south of the old school-house and to be connected with the 
latter by a passage way. During the winter of 1792-93, the 
stones and timbers were hauled together by the members who 
were also faithfully and without renumeration assisted by the 
Moravians from Nazareth as well as the whole neighborhood 
and all other preparations prior to the erection of the building 



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CHURCH BUILT IN 1888 



made, so that the 17th of June, 1793 was fixed a.^ the date for 
the corner-stone laying. On the following 27th day of July 
the roof was placed into position and the work progressed so 
rapidly that October 20, 1793 was set apart for the "consecra- 
tion and dedication" services. 

Franz and George Clewell were again among the members 
of the building committee of the congregation which consisted 



34 



THE HISTORY OF 



of 58 married men and women, i widower, 4 widows, 4 unmar- 
ried men, 9 larger boys, 9 unmarried women, 7 larger girls, 30 
boys and 35 girls. 

The first church and school house was torn down in 1826 to 
make room for the present parsonage which was built on to 
the north wall of the church built in 1793 and this church in 
turn was torndovvn in 1888 and the present edifice erected and 
dedicated ou October 6th, 1S89. Among the members of the 
building committee for the erection of this church was Lewis B. 
Clewell, a descendant of Franz, while the bell in the tower of the 
church was a donation to the congregation by the descendants 
of Philip Clewell through the instrumentality of Rev. Lewis P. 
Clewell, a descendant of George, and bears the following in- 
scription : "In memory of Philip and Anna Maria Clewell, 
by their children and grand-children, 1889." Rev. Lewis P. 
Clewell made the presentation address. 




'J'^ " «?^>Sii^<^i. 




THE VILLAGE OF SCHOENECK. 

Thus, around the history of this church clusters much of the 
history of many a descendant of Franz and George Clewell. 
There was seldom a time that not almost half of the members 
of the congregation were descendants of the Clewells, and nearly 
half of the unique and beautiful custom of the flat marble slabs, 
mark the resting place of the remains of a Clewell descendant 
on the grave-yard. Every generation except the eighth has 



1142803 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 35 

left its vestige in the village while many have received their first 
lessons in moral and religious duties in that visage church. 
The village proper lies between the grave-yard on the north 
and the church on the south consisting of about one dozen 
dwellings and were at one time nearly all inhabited by Clewells. 
Here also many scenes of childhood are laid, but in later life 
left their homes and journeyed towards the four quarters of the 
globe. With them went p'leasant memories of festival occasions 
while the weeping-willows in front of the church seemed to 
mourn their departure. For twenty or more years the voice of 
Rev. John J. Regennas who was married to a Clewell descendant 
proclaimed the Gospel of Peace and the necessity of a happy 
and righteous life which was emphasized later by a Clewell 
descendant who was born in the village in the person of Rev. 
Lewis P. Clewe'll. 

The village has always been a quiet, pleasant, residential 
spot, with a serenity hovering over it that suggests to the intel- 
ligent mind the trials on the one hand and on the other, happy 
and comfortable homes of our parents and grand-parents. 




36 THE HISTORY OF 

AUTOBIOGRAPHY 

OF 

Franz Clewell. 

Translated by Rev. Lewis P. Clewell from the 
German Church Records of Schoeneck, Pa. 



Our dejDarted Brother communicated the fonowing of his 
seventy-seven years of earthly pilgrimage. 

"I was born on September 24, 1720, in Auerbach, Baden, Dur- 
lach. My Grandi Parents were 'Frertch Potestant (Hugue- 
nots), who during the time of the great religious persecutions 
fled from Dauphin, France, with their children, leaving all their 
possessions behind. It was quick flight or sure death for them. 
They became members of the Reformed Church at Auerbach, 
where I was born and baptized and in my fifteenth year, after 
careful instruction in Holy Writ and the doctrines of the Re- 
formed Church, confirmed and admitted to the Holy Commun- 
ion. In my tenth year, I had the misfortune of loosing my 
father by death, who, in the full and blessed assurance of Faith 
in the Lord Jesus Christ, passed from time into eternity. 

After the lapse of a year, my mother married again — ^John 
G'Fallerns (Feller) who was born in Switzerland. But owing 
to the long continued French wars at that time, which brought 
ruin, desolation and poverty to the country, we saw nothing but 
ruin and poverty in store for us and hence resolved to emigrate 
to North America, arriving in Philadelphia, (the City of 
Brotherly Love) in the Fall of 1737. 

On our artival in the vessel, mv dear mother handed me over 
to my future master, and she begged him earnestly to see to it, 
that I attended church regularly, as well as attend to my private 
devotions and admonished me to continue in the fear of the 
Lord and trust his aid and assistance. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 3/ 

In the home of my master in the vicinity of Oley, Pennsyl- 
vania, during the five years of my service, I fared remarkably 
well but there was little opportunity to attend relig-ious services 
anywhere as my dear mother had requested, because at that time 
there was no church far or near. It happened on one occasion 
while out on business for my master that I passed a house where 
there was a large gathering of people so that many had to stand, 
on the outside ; thinking that it was a public sale, I rode up and 
tied my horse and forced myself in, but soon realized my mistake. 
From the little that I could catch I inferred that it was a Roman 
Catholic Seminary. On reaching home, I inquired further of my 
master about it. He informed me that they were "Herrnhuter" 
Moravians, who, a short time ago, came to this country and 
preached a new doctrine. This aroused my curiosity in what this 
new doctrine consisted and I found that it was the same to 
which my sainted father held fast and in which he instructed me. 
The doctrine of the merits of His atoning death. The teaching 
of these precious, saving truths had already made a deep im- 
pression on my heart and served as a good seed in my heart 
while through the grace of God and the mercy of the Lord, 
they sprang up in due time and bore fruit. 

In September, 1744, I married my dear wife, Salome, maiden 
name Kuechley (a daughter of his mother's third husband) and 
we moved into the Oley Hills. The next year we sold our pos- 
sessions there and moved with our first born child, daughter 
Magdalin to this place where we have since resided. (By "this 
place" is meant the old homestead, see cut. which was located 
about one and a half miles north of Nazareth near the village of 
Millgrove now Aluta, and commonly known as the Gold Farm.) 
We had a hard time at first. Manv trials from within and from 
without confronted us. The country was very sparsely popu- 
lated and frequent Indian wars menaced us. We were obliged to 
endure many privations with all our hard work. When I think 
of those times and see how richly I have been blessed with tem- 
poral things I feel that I cannot be grateful enough. 

Our greatest sorrow was however that we had no opportunity 
of attending Religious services anywhere in the neighborhood. 
My neighbors and I made repeated attempts to secure a minister 
who would serve us with the Word and Sacrament but without 
avail. Later we asked a Dunkard minister to preach to us oc- 



38 THE HISTORY OF 

casionally and he promised and made an appointment but never 
came and thus ended our second failure. In all these experience 
I see the wise and gracious guidance of the Lord. 

In the course of time we sent a written request to the Synod 
of the Brethren held at Bethel on the Swatava, (now Lebanon 
County) telling' them of our spiritual needs and requested them 
to send if possible a Lutheran minister to us. In all this I was 
very much concerned, lest the Brethren (Moravians) might 
turn us away from the true faith which we thought we had. 
I freely expressed my fears to Brother Rev. Henry Ranch who 
was deputized by the Synod to confer with us. Then I heard 
for the first time clearly and distinctly what constituted "true 
Faith" — To know ourselves as poor sinners and Jesus Christ as 
our only Saviour. I realized, at once, that I as yet lacked this 
saving faith. But the loving spirit in which the Brother directed 
us in the way of life made a deep impression on me and my 
neighbors and our confidence in the Brethren who served us since 
February, 1755, with the Word and Sacrament, preaching and 
baptizing our children, grew gradually. 

Another experience that I had about this time that I wish to 
record here for the benefit of my children and others of my neigh- 
bors and friends who might have similar perplexities is — that I 
was deeply impressed with the fact that children were a ^ift of 
God and that He held us responsible for their proper bringing up, 
etc. This occasioned me many anxious hours lest I might come 
short in this duty. On one occasion while gathered with them 
around the table, watching them and listening to their conver- 
sation, such a terrible fear came over me lest one or another of 
them might go astray, that I could not refrain from tears. In 
this distress of heart I left the table and went out into the woods 
where I expected to work but my feelings overcame me when I 
fell on my knees and earnestly besought the Lord that He might 
take them into His own hands and guard them from all evil and 
since I lacked the needed wisdom and understanding to train 
them up in His fear, He should in mercy grant it to me. 

Then and there I experienced such a blessed assurance that He 
had heard my prayers that I have ever since felt that they were 
safe in His hands. 

I know from blessed experiences that if we commit our child- 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 39 

ren into the hands of the Lord and ask him for guidance to bring- 
them up in his fear and service, he will grant it. But it has 
also humiliated me at times when I recognized that T came short 
in my paternal duties or when through haste in work or in deed 
I became a stumbling block to my children. Oh, how much the 
dear Lord has to forgive me in this ! 

These and many similar experiences which the dear Saviour 
made plain to my poor sinful heart beside the testimony of the 
blessed Gospel by the Brethren who preached statedly in my 
house, brought me gradually into closer fellowship with Him 
whom I formerly knew with all my imaginary true faith only as 
the great and true God and now. T had learned to know my Friend 
and only Saviour. 

Since the year 1760 when they ceased to hold services in my 
house, we attended the services at Nazareth until in October, 1762, 
when the first chapel in Schoeneck was dedicated. On that day 
I was admitted into the Society and on the first anniversary day 
ofthe congregation in November admitted into full communicant 
membership. On the sixth day of August, 1763, I was permitted 
to partake of the Holy Communion for which 1 had long antici- 
pated. 

I often longed for this privilege but in our isolation it was de- 
nied me for these many years past. (The reader is here asked 
to contemplate and contrast this incident with the time when he 
partook of the Lord's Supper for the first time after his confir- 
mation in Auerbach. Ed.) 

But here I had another experience and I had to be convinced 
that I could be saved only through the free and undeserved grace 
of the Lord Jesus Christ. I had missed it in the past by not per- 
mitting this free grace to have free course in me. I received the 
Bread and thought — "This is the Body of the Lord Jesus given 
for me." Now I must experience deep feelings, great ecstacy, 
etc., but failed to have them. In like manner I received the Cup, 
my feelings continued the same, and now my faith commenced to 
waver and I cried out in my heart that the dear Lord would have 
mercy upon me and help me, a_poor, helpless sinner. O the bless- 
ed assurance I received at that moment ! I cannot describe. Heart 
and eyes overflowed with thankful, penetential tears. Here 1 ex- 
perienced fully what free grace really is. On this Grace of my 
dear Saviour I will steadfastly lean until mine end." 



40 THE HISTORY OF ] 

HIS ACQUISITIONS AND HIS WIFE SALOME, 
NEE KUECHLEY. 

Thus ends his own recital of his seventy-seven years of life but 
by his obituary, preserved in the archives of the Schoeneck 
Moravian Church, and old documents handed to us, we may 
learn a few more valuable things of the elder of our early ances- 
tors. 

We have no record of his boyhood days, but the allusions in 
his autobiography. Apparently, his early days were spent admidst 
the religious strifes of the early part of the eighteenth century 
under the protection of a devoted father who instilled the prin- 
ciples of liberty and perseverance into his two boys which made 
for them success in later life. The death of his father must have 
added to angjish and perhaps hastened the responsibilities of 
manhood. He makes no reference to his step-father but leaves 
Europe for America in company with him and his mother. On 
arriving at Philadelphia, it was his mother who handed him over 
to his future master who lived at Oley. Berks County, Pa. Tra- 
dition has it that his master was a Dr. Hieister, a planter. The 
fact of his serving five years as a "Redemptioner" shows plainly 
that the family was poor in worldly goods since it became neces- 
sary for his mother to sell the services of her son in return for 
the payment of his passage. 

We are not told in what he fared well while with his master, 
but it may be a fair conclusion that it was financially since he 
had his own possessions for the short time he lived there. After 
his five years of service, in September, 1744, he married Salome 
Kuechley, who was born in Neureuth, in Baden-Dnrlach on Janu- 
ary 15, 1728. She also came to America in 1737 and with her 
parents settled in the vicinity of Oley, Berks county. Pa., where 
she also served for a time as "Redemptioner." After the death 
of her husband she moved to Nazareth and took apartments in 
the Sister's House where she rested for the rest of her life and 
one of her daughters constantly waiting on her. She died May 
18, 1812, and is buried in the Nazareth graveyard. She was al- 
ways concerned about the welfare and happiness of her children 
and especially about their religion. She was a woman of sterling 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 4 1 

virtues and an affable and peaceable disposition and greatly es- 
teemed by her friends and acquaintances. 

They began housekeeping on their possessions in Oley but for 
some reason soon sold it and moved to the north of Nazareth 
where he bought a tract of land from the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania containing one hundred and sixty-seyen acres plus 
six per centum allowance for roads, etc.. and paid for it, twenty- 
eight pounds, one shiiHing (28£ is) in English money or aboat 
$136.50. The tract was called Iiidostan. The patent is written 
on parchment and specifies that the above grant is free and clear 
of all restrictions and reservations as to mine royalties excepting 
and reserving only the one-fifth part of all gold and silver ore 
for the use of the Commonwealth to be delivered at the pit's 
mouth, clear of all charges. 

The patent was granted and signed by His Excellency Thomas 
Miffilin, Esq., President of theSupremeExecutive Council and the 
seal of the State affixed the Twelfth day of February, 1790, and 
the Commonwealth the fourteenth year. This patent contains 
four Warrants, dated January 31, 1746, for fifty acres; Decem- 
ber II, 1770, twenty-four and one-fourth acres; December 8, 
1774, forty and one-eighth acres, and May 13, 1789, thirty-five 
acres ; a total of one hundred and nine and three-eighths acres. 
Comparing this acreage with that granted in the patent, the reader 
may form a fair idea of the liberality of the Commonwealth in 
its allowance for roads. 

We are not able to explain who granted his first Warrant, it 
being before this Commonwealth had received the name Penn- 
sylvania, but it establishes the fact that he moved to the frontier 
as his tract was bounded on the north, east and west by lands 
of the Commonwealth and on the south by Demuth's possessions. 
We regret that we are not able to relate the details of his priva- 
tions and Indian insurrections but the history of frontiersmen has 
been so ably and vividly described that our school children are 
fairly familiar with it. However hard his struggles may have 
been during his manhood, his labors were crowned by no mean 
reward. According to the history of Northampton County the 
taxable inhabitants of Plainfield Township in 1780, numbered one 
hundred and thirty-three and the name of Franz Clewell appears 
eleventh in amount of assessed value, it being 357i. The real estate 



42 THE HISTORY OF 

which was sold by his executors after the death of his wife 
amonted to 2g42£. 13s. gd. and the personal property to I43£. 5s. 
45^ d. The total being- equal to about $15,000. During' his life time 
he had acqired about 323 acres of land which, according to the 
above amount, was sold for about $50 an acre. 

In his Last Will and Testament, recorded at Easton, Pa., 
there are also a few items of interest which in contrast with what 
is regarded valuable to-day will help to appreciate his circum- 
stances all the more. He says 'T have been richly blessed with 
temporal things and which is hereinafter more fully described. 
My beloved wife, Salome, is to have the one-third of all the sum- 
mer and winter grain and of hay both the first and second crop 
to be delivered into the barn and full possession and use of the 
house I now live in and of the stable, garden and grass lot and 
potatoe patch and the use of one-third part of the barn and six 
rows of apple trees and her cow shall go in pasture with the ten- 
ants cattle and the tenant shall haul her fire-wood to the house 
and her grain to the mill and home again free of any charges, and 
my said wife shall have the use of all my household furniture 
during her natural life. After her death all property is to be 
sold at public sale except my clothes, which I bequeath to my 
son, John. All moneys are to be divided equally, share and share 
alike, after all just debts and expenses are paid, except a prefer- 
ence of ten pounds, to my son, John, and of thirty pounds to my 
daughter, Julianna." The executors named in the Will were his 
sons, John and Francis and dated October 20, 1792, and witness- 
ed by Jacob Eyerly, Jr., and Joseph Levering. 

While thus engaged with the temporal affairs of life we must 
not lose sight of the fact that he was very anxious about his sal- 
vation. His name appears first among the petitioners for a 
preacher of the Gospel and for several years religious services 
were held in his house. If we consider the size of his house and 
his large family, one may feel the inconvenience and be at a loss 
to see where the neighbors and other friends found room to listen 
to a sermon. On Easter Sunday in the year 1755, Rev. 
Lille, a Moravian minister, preached in his house and baptized a 
son of F"ranz and Salome Clewell with the nam^e Francis and a 
son of George and Anna Maria Clewell with the name John. 
The occasion, having been announced previously, was largely 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 43 

attended. He was a member of the building- committee of both 
the first church in Schoeneck and also of the second. 

During- the time that services were held in his house an in- 
cident happened which may illustrate the anxieties and dangers 
of those times. In 1759 an infant son of Franz and Salome 
Clewell died and the graveyard at Schoeneck not being laid out 
they were obliged to bury in the graveyard of the Nazareth 
Congregation. This graveyard is located on the highest point 
in the vicinity of Nazareth and is generally, althoug-h a misno- 
mer, called "the Indian Graveyard." On the day of interment 
the men deemed it prudent to carry their arms on account of 
possible attacks from hostile Indians which often threatened the 
people on funeral occasions. To these same dangers the wor- 
shippers exposed themselves while services were held in Franz's 
house and during more critical times. The Indian insurrection 
of 1755 was general throughout the country and the name of 
Franz Clewell with his family appears among the refugees at 
the Rose Inn and also at the Whitfield House, Nazareth. 

In his younger years, he was steward in the Schoeneck Con- 
gregation and enjoyed the fullest confidence and respect of all 
the members as well as of the entire community in which he 
lived. His married life of more than fifty-two years was full of 
happiness, mingled with great cares and anxieties. He posses- 
sed a vigorous constitution and good health until old age but in 
the autumn of 1797 he began to fail visibly, being affected by 
dropsy. He lingered until January 24, 1798, at four P. M. when 
he died. He is buried in the Schoeneck graveyard. 



44 THE HISTORY OF 



George Craft Clewell 

and his wife 
Anna Maria, nee Kuechley. 



(This is to certify) That to the late Francois Clavell, refugie' 
at Auerbach, and to his lawful wife, Louise, by the blessing of 
God, on November i8, 1726, a little son was born, who according 
to christian custom was baptized and in the holy sacrament re- 
ceived the name of George Craft. The sponsors at the baptism 
were: 

His Excellency, the privy-counsellor Zur Glocken, upper bailiff 
at Pfortzheim, 

His Reverence, the Church-counsellor & Superintendent at 
Pfortzheim, Geo. Ch. Bergmann, 

Mrs. Martha Floeszer, wife of the magistrate of Langenstein- 
bach, 

Anna Catharina Veylinger ( ?), wife of a Justice of the peace 
at Auerbach. 

All of whom, upon request, is herewith certified to by his own 
hand and the setting of his regular seal : 

P. ElSENLOHR, 

Pastor at Langensteinbach, Schulberg and x\uerbach. 
Langensteinbach, April 30, 1737. 

The foregoing is a literal translation of the baptismal certifi- 
cate from the German of George Craft Clewell. He was born at 
Auerbach, Durlach, P)aden, and baptized and raised in the Re- 
formed Church. In his fourth year his father died and in his 
eleventh year, he, in company with his mother and older brother, 
Fanz, made the journey across the Atlantic to America, landing 
at Philadelphia, October 5, 1737. On their arrival he likewise 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 45 

became a "Redemptioner" to pay for his passage across the ocean 
and served about five years in a button-factory in the city. 
After his term of service he became a member of the colony 
which had settled in the O'ley Hills where his mother and older 
brother and future wife lived. We are not told what he did while 
he lived in the colony. He was married on the sixteenth of Oc- 
tober, 1750, to Maria Kuechley, who was a sister of the wife of 
Franz Clewell. She was born in Neureuth, Durlach, Baden, on 
the twenty-sixth day of August, 1726. She came to America 
with her father and sisters on the ship William, John Carter, 
master, and landed at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Octo- 
ber I, 1737. The voyage being considered^ a calm one, yet one 
of the sixty-six Palatinates which embarked at Rotterdam was 
drowned while two were sick. Upon landing in Philadelphia 
they proceeded toward Manatany and settled in Oley. Here she 
also served as "redemptioner" for nearly five years — ^(Wo sie ge- 
gen funf jahre fur ihre fathrt diente). She was brought up in the 
Lutheran church. After their marriage they moved to the fron- 
tier of the Moravian settlements and for two years lived with 
Franz Clewell, where the two brothers met the two sisters for 
the third time and every time in different and new conditions or 
environment. First as children in Auerbach, second in Oley as 
immigrants and third as married people in the place which was 
destined to become the battle-rounds of their careers. 

While they were living with his brother, he was busily engaged 
in building a house on a tract of land which he had acquired by 
patent, dated December 31, 1766, called "Nombra-de-Dios," con- 
. taining 118 acres and 126 perches and situated about four miles 
north-west of Nazareth and about one mile east of the present 
village of Moorestown. To this tract he added another of 200^ 
acres, called "Antigiia" for which he paid 5£ i6s. The patent 
is dated April 12, 1790, and the tract lies along the Bushkill 
Creek, adjoining his brother's tract toward the east. 

This plantation was occupied by them for more than forty 
years and their privations may easily be imagined when we con- 
sider the fact that they were on the extreme frontier. In connec- 
tion with his farming he did considerable trading with the Indians 
and having acquired some knowledge of medicine and surgery 
he was frequently called upon by his neighbors as well as the Red 



46 THE HISTORY OF 

Men to relieve them of their bodily ills. Tradition has it that 
at one time a big stalwart Indian came to him with a toothache 
while out upon his fields, and, sending for his hook with which 
he extracted the teeth, he told the Indian to sit upon a stump and 
then and there performed the operation while the Indian screamed 
for pain. Thus it may be noted that George was more a man of 
affairs which trait, no doubt, was largely acquired during his 
youthful days which he spent in the city as a redemptioner. On 
several occasions his brother intended to give him his fraternal 
advice in regard to the best methods of farming, etc., to which 
he made reply: "You farm as you like best; I prefer to trade' 
with the Indians ; that pays better than the best of farming." 
But with all his intercourse with the Indians which would make 
it seem possible to securely gain the friendship of the Indians, he 
considered himself a common foe in the time of insurrections. 
He and his family were among the refugees on several occasions 
at the Rose Inn about a mile north of Nazareth and during the 
insurrection of 1755, they had fled to the Whitfield House, Naza- 
reth, where his son, Daniel, was born. It certainly must have 
been a unique sight to see the men go out in companies at the 
break of day each morning during these times to look after their 
homes and cattle. They were fully armed and never knew how 
they might be ambushed by the Indians. 

Although being a busy man on his farm and trading with the 
Indians, he did not neglect his religious duties. When, in 1754, 
a petition of the settlers was sent to the Moravians, the name of 
George Clewell appears second and he attended the services of 
the Moravian missionaries in the house of Franz Clewell regular- 
ly and was also active in assisting at the building of the church- 
es at Schoeneck. On October 3, 1762. the day of the dedication 
of the first church and school-house, he became a member. of the 
Society and the following year a full member. He partook of 
the Holy Communion for the first time in 1765 having been 
denied the privilege sooner because "lot" being against him. On 
the Easter Sunday of 1755 while worshipping in the house of his 
brother, their son, John, was baptized by Rev. Lille, and in 1762 
they buried a son, Abraham, on the old Nazareth cemetery when 
the men went with their rifles on account of the dangers from 
the Indians. 

His obituary adds — that he was permitted in the Providence of 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 47 

God to become identified with the Brethren's (Moravian) Church 
which he regarded as a special mark of grace from the Lord, ex- 
pressing himself most gratefully during his last illness. 

He lived in married life for forty-three years, and at the time 
of his death had thirty-one grandchildren and three great-grand- 
children. Although the family had already spread considerably, 
he expressed his great pleasure that all of his children were uni- 
ted with the church, the welfare of whom he always had at heart 
and was anxious that they should walk in the foot-steps of their 
Lord and not in the ways of the world. He was highly esteem- 
ed and well-beloved by all who knew him and was noted for his 
industry and uprightness and as a peace-loving citizen. He died 
from the effects of dropsy at 7 A. M., on May 6, 1793, at his 
homestead. His sufferings were greatly overshadowed by the 
tender care of his wife and children and he appreciated the sym- 
pathy of his neighbors and friends. 

He, like his brother. Franz, was also successful in his acquisi- 
tions. The value of his property together with his occupation in 
1780, according to the list of taxables of Northampton County, 
was 335i, being only 22i less than that of his brother, and his 
estate was appraised at a little more than nine thousand dollars. 
In his last will and testament, he left to the use and management 
of his wdfe, Anna Maria, for life, all his real and personal property 
excepting only so much personal property as would be sufficient 
to pay his just debts and funeral expenses; that after her death, 
all his property should be sold at public auction and equally divid- 
ed, share and share alike, among his eleven children deducting out 
of the shares or parts of Elizabeth Clauss the sum of twenty 
pounds which was to be divided among the ten. The will is 
dated May 24, 1791, and named his two sons, Jacob and George, 
as executors and was witnessed by William Henry, Melchoir 
Christ and Joachim Wigman. Later there was a codicil to the 
will in which he precludes and bans George Clauss from receiving 
any part of the estate thus placing the share of Elizabeth in trust. 
This action was taken not because of any particular ill-feeling 
against his son-in-law but rather in justice to his children since 
he had aided George Clauss through the unfortunate times while 
in partnership in business and which, it was understood, should 
be paid back but death intervened too soon. 



48 THE HISTORY OF 

A release of Elizabeth Clauss, wife of George Clauss, to the 
Executors shows that she released the Executors for her share by 
settling the account and receiving ioo£ for her share. The 
share of each of the other ten children was i/oi 2s. 

The widow having possession and control of all of his pos- 
sessions during her natural life, remained on the farm for about 
four years after his death when her children built a house for her 
atSchoeneck and onAugust 9, 1797, she moved into it. Her daugh- 
ter, Salome, going with her and attending her during the rest of 
her life. On April 22, 1805, the widow released her rights in the 
Will to the executors and the estate could be divided. On 
August 26, 1808, the occasion of her birthday anniversary, her 
children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren gathered at her 
home which pleased her very much and for the last time she saw 
her whole family together. The infirmities of old age were clear- 
ly manifested, particularly her hearing made it difficult to speak 
to her and she was fast declining. In the following spring, on 
March 19, 1809, she died at 9 A. M., at the ripe age of 82 years, 
6 months and 20 days. She had 69 grandchildren and 19 great- 
grandchildren. 



Genealogy 



OF THE 



Clewell Family. 



EXPLANATORY NOTES TO GENEALOGY. 



1. All the families are numbered. The index refers to the 
number above the family names. 

2. Each family is considered a unit and shows the names of 
the members with dates of birth and death and marriage. 

3. The numbers above or below the letters F or G in the first 
column, show" the generations to which the parent and children 
belong. F indicates the family a descendant of Franz and G of 
George Clewell. the progenitors of the family. 

4. The numbers in the second column refer to their families. 
The first number which is to the left of each parent name refers 
to the family where that person is found as a child. The re- 
mainder of the numbers to the left of the names in that family 
refer to where that person is the parent. 

5. \\'hen two names are found above children then both 
parents are descendants. 



GKNKALOGY 















jeu 


No 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






1 




Ik 


1. Francois Clavell 






Louisa Fraclie Clavell 


Dec. 5, 1(595 


Oct. 5, 1767 I 


2. Johannes G'faellern 






Cliildreu 




( 


3. John Kuechle 


1 


2 


Jolin Franz Clavell 


tseiit. 27. li2U 


Jan. 24, 1798 


Seloma Kuechle 


. 


*3 


(ieorge Craft Clavell 

2 

Frauz Clewell 


Nov. 18, 1726 


May 6, 1793 


Anna Maria Kuechle 


1 


1 


Sept. 27, 172U 


Jan. 24, 1798 


Seloma Kuechle 


V 




('hihlren 








2 




Maria Alagdelana 


June 13, 1745 


Sept 20, 1806 


Single 




4 


Elizabeth 


Nov. 18, 1746 


Nov. 16, 1818 


Leonard Koehler 


i 


5 


Catharine 


Oct. 19, i(-48 


Oct. 2.5, 1789 


John Heckedorn 


1 


6 


John 


Apr. 21, 1750 


Apr. 28, 1828 


Anna Johanna Ivlein 




7 


Anna Maria 


June 24, 1752 


Mar. 24, 1835 


John Frederick Danke 




8 


Francis, Jr. 


July 22, 1754 


Feb. 4, 1818 


Anna E. E. Weinland 






Kosina 


Sept. 29, 1757 


Mar 16, 1836 


Single 






Nathaniel 


Oct. 23, 1759 


Oct. 25, 1760 








Saloma 


Feb. 2, 1761 


Feb. 10, 1816 


Single 






Christina 


Sept. 21, 1762 


Apr. 6, 1810 


Single 




9 


Nathaniel 


Jan. 25, 1765 


July 25, 1814 


Elizabeth Klein 






Julianna 


Mar. 16, 1768 


May 16, 1846 


Single 




10 


Anna Dorathea 
3 

George Clewell 


Sept. 28, 1769 


Feb. 16, 1840 


Conrad Kreuser 


1 


1 


Nov. 18, 1726 


May 6, 1793 


Anna Maria Kuechle 


G 




Children 








2 


11 


Jacob 


Sept. 21, 1751 


June 22, 1824 


Anna Cath. Roehrig 




12 


Elizabeth 


Mar. 16, 1753 


Sept. 19, 1833 


George Clauss 




13 


John 


Sept. 12, 1754 


June 30. 1827 


Christina Weinland 




14 


Daniel 


Feb. 14, 1756 


Apr. 29. 1844 


Susanna M. Klein 




15 


George, Jr. 


Mar. 11, 1758 


Mar. 17, 1816 


Anna Johanna Knauss 




k; 


Joseph ' 


Aug. 3, 1760 


June 30, 1832 


Magdalena Knauss 






Abraham 


Jan. 9. 1762 


May 8, 1782 






17 


F'rancis 


Mar. 30, 1763 


Mar. 2, 1816 


Anna Maria Leinbach 




18 


Anna Catherine 


Dec. 3, 1765 


Feb. 11, 1829 


Joseph Levering 






Saloma Maria 


May 3. 1767 


Mar. 2, 1842 


Single 




19 


-Christian . 


Nov. 2, 1770 


Aug. 14, 1847 


Maria K. Kreider 




20 


Abraham 
4 

Elizabeth Koehler 


July 11, 1776 


May 11, 1854 


Sarah E. Boeman 


2 


2 


Nov. 18, 1746 


Nov. 16, 1818 


Leonard Koehler 


F 




Children 








3 


21 


John 


1773 


Deceased 


Magdalena Zartman 




22 


Nathaniel 
5 

Catharine Heckedorn 


Nov. 10, 1774 


Deceased 


Rebecca M. Kaufman 


2 


2 


Oct. 19, 1748 


Oct. 25, 1789 


John Heckedorn 


F 




Children 








3 




Johannes 


Dec. 23, 1773 


Deceased 








Elizabeth 


June 28, 1775 


Deceased 








Christian 


Apr. 28, 1777 


Aug. 13. 1778 








Christian 


Nov. 21, 1778 


Deceased 








Catharine 


Sept. 5. 1780 


Nov. 30, 1857 


Single 






Anna Maria 


Oct. 20, 1782 


Deceased 






23 


Rosina 


Sept. 20. 17&4 


Nov. 3, 1863 


Rev. A. Luckenbach 






Nathaniel 


Mar. 15, 1787 


Feb. 13, 1794 








Efforts to 


obtain definite information regards this family failed. 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. 


No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 


2 




6 

John Clewell 


Apr. 


21, 


1750 


Apr. 


28, 


1828 


Anna Johanna Klein 


i'' 




('liildreii 
















3 


24 


Elizabetli 


Apr. 


10. 


1781 


Feb. 


19, 


1838 


Andrew Whitesell 




25 


John. Jr. 


Nov. 


12. 


1783 


Dec. 


8, 


1845. 


Mary Christ 




20 


Anna Johanna 


May 


12, 


1780 


Jan. 


25, 


1872 


John J. Echensberger 




27 


Joseph 


Apr. 


19, 


1788 


Feb. 


11, 


1871 


Anna Maria Boerstler 






Anna Catharine 


Sept 


19, 


1790 


July 


18, 


1828 


Single 






Rosina 


Jan. 


4, 


1793 


Aug. 


11, 


1819 


Single 






Sarah 


Oct. 


20, 


1795 


Nov. 


2^ 


1879 


Single 




28 


Jacob 


Oct. 


11, 


1799 


Jan. 


30, 


lc71 


Rebecca Seyfrietl 




29 


Thomas 


Nov. 


3, 


1802 


Apr. 


13, 


1871 


Florentina Leibert 



2 2 Anna Maria Danke 
1'' Cliildren 

3 30 John Frederick 

John 

31 Francis Christian 

32 :Maria Magdelena 



June 24, 1752 Mar. 24, 1835 



Sept. 5, 1780 
Jan. 22 ,1783 
June 20. 1785 
Feb. 7, 1790 



May 21, 1827 
Unknown 
Jan. 20, 1854 
Oct. 12, 1810 



John Fretl. Danke 
Barbara Ehrenhart 



Anna M. Ehrenhart 
John J Bickensberger 



2 


2 


Francis Clewell, 


Jr. 


July 


22, 


1754 


Feb. 4, 1818 


F 




Children 












3 


33 


rhilippine 




Aug. 


18. 


1788 


May 17. 1S57 




34 


John Samuel 




Mar. 


19, 


1791 


Dec. 29, 1850 




35 


Johanna Maria 




Mar. 


29, 


1793 


June 20, 1807 



Anna E. Weinland 

George Miller 
Catharine Hahn 
Paul Siegfried 



2 


2 


Nathan. el Clewell 


Jan. 


25, 


1705 


July 


25, 


1814 


Aima E. Klein 


1'' 




Children 
















3 


30 


F. Thomas 


Apr. 


21, 


1701 


Feb. 


1. 


ISGG 


Maria S. Stauber 




37 


Anna Elizabeth 


Feb. 


20, 


1793 






1879 


John Oerter 




38 


Christina 


Oct. 


11. 


1790 


July 


15, 


1833 


Philip Fulkerson 






Christian 


Sept 


IS. 


1799 


:\Iar. 


3((. 


l.S^IO 






39 


John Gottfrey 


July 


12, 


1802 


June 


25 


1834 


Judith Everett 



10 

2 Anna Dorothea Kreuser 
No Children 



Sept. 28, 1709 



Fe 



10. 1840 



Conrad Krieuser 



11 



2 


3 


Jacob Clewell 


Sept. 21 


1751 


June 


22. 


1824 


Anna C. Rohrig 


(i 




Children 














3 


40 


Christian 


Apr. 18. 


1778 


May 


13. 


iS3r. 


Elizabeth Brader 




41 


George 


July 1. 


1781 


Sept. 


o 


1825 


Elizabeth Luckenbacli 




42 


Jacob 


:Mav 13. 


1783 


Oct. 


1, 


1802 


Susanna Miller 




43 


Anna Maria 


Mar. 0, 


1780 








Henry Schneider 




44 


John 















THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



53 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Miarried to 



12 



3 Elizal)eth(Clauss) Mar. IG, 

Lachenauer 
Children (first liusband) 



1752 



Sept. 19, 1833 



45 


Catliarine 


.NOV. 


14, 


1774 


June 2, 1850 


4G 


nilizabetli 


May 


22, 


1770 


Deceased 


47 


Eva Rosina 


Jan. 


10,' 


1778 


Apr. 28, 1858 




Salome 






1779 


inianc.v 




Jacob 






1781 


Infancy 


48 


John 


Sept. 


10, 


1782 


June 13, 1855 


49 


Anna Maria 


June 


4, 


1784 


Deceased 


50 


Christina (Anna) 


jJec. 


24, 


1785 


Oct. 10, 1804 


51 


Joseph 


Dec. 


3. 


1787 


Deceased 


52 


Samuel 


Au?:. 


14, 


1789 


Deceased 


53 


Phillippine 


Feb. 


15. 


1799 


May 1843 



No children vpith second liusband. 



13 



1. George Clauss 

2. Jacob Lachenauer 

George Sides 
Jacob Romhiger 
Cornelius Rominger 



Catharine Lachenauer 
Philip Lachenauer 
George Rominger 
Catharine Johnson 
Crissy Hedgecock 
John Fred Gambold 



3 


John Clewell 


Sept. 


12, 


1754 


June 30, 


1827 




Children 












54 


Elizabeth 


June 


n. 


1783 


Dec. 1, 


1807 


55 John Christian 


Nov. 


15. 


1784 


Oct 30, 


1850 


50 


David 


May 


10. 


1787 


Mar. 18. 


1845 


57 


Anna Sabina 


Jan. 


20, 


1790 


Dec. 29 


1851 




Samuel 


Jan. 


20. 


1790 


Infancy 




58 


Frederick Gottleib 


Oct. 


1. 


1791 


July 2. 


1871 


59 


Dorotha 


June 


9, 


1790 


June 0. 


1879 



f 1. Christina Weinland 
\ 2. Leah Hell 

John D. Luckenbach 

Eiliizabeth Reichard 

Hannah 

John J. Bishop 

Anna Maria Fuehrer 
John HoAver 



14 



3 


Daniel Clewell 


Feb. 


14, 


1750 


Apr. 29, 


1844 


Susanna M. Klein 




Children 








Deceased 






Maria Catharine 


Jan. 


18, 


1783 




1831 


Single 


60 


Sarah 


Oct. 


15, 


1785 


Nov. 21, 


lSb-4 


George Klotz 




Carl Frederick 


Mar. 


27, 


1787 








61 


Anna M'agdelena 


Apr. 


4, 


1790 




1826 


Adam Haman 


62 


John Jesse 


Apr. 


10, 


1793 


Julv 2, 


1809 


Anna i\I. Knhn 


63 


Christian Daniel 


Oct. 


10, 


1790 


Mar. 13, 


1823 


Hannah Bechtel 


64 


August Henry 


Aug. 


17, 


1798 


May 1, 


1875 


Louisa Stauber 


05 


James Benjamin 


Nov. 


10. 


1801 


June 24, 


1843 


Anna Maria Black 


66 


E'lenora 


Oct. 


29. 


180-1 


June 10. 


1883 


C. William Giersch 


67 


Wilhelm A, 


Oct. 


29, 


1804 


Deceased 






15 














3 


George Clewell, Jr. 
Children 


jNlar. 


11, 


1758 


Mar. 10, 


1810 


Anna Johanna Kna 


68 


Anna Saloiua 


Mar. 


0, 


1789 


Apr. 5. 


1851 


Peter Steiner 


09 


William Henry 


Sept 


5, 


1790 


Jan. 7. 


1851 


Elizabeth Ett\A iiie 


7 


John Philip 


Mar. 


23, 


1793 


Aug. 21. 


1872 


Anna Maria Roth 




George 


Apr. 


12. 


1797 


Apr. 17, 


1797 




71 


Elizabeth 


Feb. 


2. 


1799 


:May 19, 


1894 


Joseph Miksch 




Beatiis 


Dec. 


19, 


1801 


Infancy 






72 


Johanna Luzetta 


Jan. 


13, 


1804 


Dec. 9. 


1878 


Philip Derringer 



54 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


No 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






16 










2 


3^,*Joseph C. Clewell 


Aug-. 


3, 17C.0 


June 30, 1832 


1. Ma.Qxlalena Knauss 


G 




Children (tirst wife) 






\ 2. Elizabeth Loibert 


3 




Samuel F. 


July 


21, 1791 


May 24, 1797 






73 


John 


Feb. 


10, 1793 


Apr. 3, 1877 


Lydia Romig 






Slaria C. 


Jan. 


12. 1795 


July 29, 1798 








George G. 


July 


14, 1796 


Sept. 25, 1801 








Beata 


Dec. 


11, 1798 


Dec. 11, 1798 






74 


Anna Louise 


Nov. 


19, 1800 


1872 


Andrew V ogenitz 






Jacob 


July 


10, 1803 


July 10, 1803 








With second wife. 












75 


Joseph, Jr. 


Mar. 


19. 1805 


In Shreveport 


Sarah Daney 






Beatus 


Jan. 


14, 1806 


Jan. 14, 1806 






76 


David 


Dec. 


3, 1806 


Feb. 28, 1853 


Rebecca Miksch 




77 


Christian 


Jan. 


8. 1808 


Deceased 


Dianna Klotz 






Judith 


July 


12. 1809 


Sept. 22, 1828 






78 


iSusana E. 


Sept. 


10. 1810 


Feb. 17, 1893 


George Miksch 


/^9 


Henry ^ 


Dec. 


12. 1811 


Nov. 26, 1898 


Wilhclmena Hoober 


/ 


80 


Anna Maria 


Feb. 


23, 1814 


Sept. 3, 1854 


John Fehr 




81 


Julian 


Apr. 


23. 1817 


1857 


Ludwig Wolf 



17 



2 
G 


3 


Francis Clewell 
Children 


Mar. 


30, 


1763 


Mar. 


31, 


1816 


Anna Maria Leinbach 


3 


82 
83 

84 


Catharine Louisa 
Rebecca 
.John David 
Christina 


Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 


17, 
28, 
15. 
30, 


1799 
1801 
1804 
1806 


May 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Mar. 


16, 
20. 
13. 
13, 


1878 
1872 
1862 
1906 


Christian Henry Beck 
Christian Hoeber 
Dorathea Shultz 
Single 



18 



2 3 Anna C. (Levering) Dec. 3, 1765 

Ebbecke 
G Children (first husband) 

3 85 Anna Rosina Mar. 14. 1792 

86 Catharine Louisa June 4, 1793 

87 Charles Joseph Jan. 23, 1795 
With second husband. 

88 Susan Caroline Aug. 14, 1800 

89 Christian Lewis Aug. 5. 1802 
John F. Oct. 22, 1804 

90 Fredericke Charlotte Mar. 1. 1808 



Feb. 11, 1829 f 1. Joseph Levering 

\ 2. John C. Ebbecke 

June 3. 1825 Jacob F. Beck 

Jan. 13, 1837 Andrew G. Kern 

Jan. 27, 1877 Ruth M. Rea 

May 1.5. 1852 George D. Stocker 

Apr. 13, 1876 Charlotte Schultz 

Mar. 15. 1808 

Mar. 26, 1874 David Spach 



19 



2 


3 


Christian Clewell 


Nov. 


9 


1770 


Aug. 


14 


1,S47 


G 




Children 














3 




Christian Renatus 


Sept. 


8, 


1799 


Mar. 


30, 


1800 






Maria Sybilla 


Feb. 


13. 


ISO! 


Julv 


?4 


1886 




91 


Edward 


Sept. 


1. 


1802 


J>eceased 






92 


Benjamin 


Nov. 


10, 


1S04 


Dec. 


31 


1879 




93 


Henry G. 


Mnv 


29. 


1808 


Dec. 


9 


1882 




94^ Christian Renatus • 


Oct. 


13. 


1813 


Apr. 


23, 


1857 



Maria Rosina Kreider 



Single 

Frances Ferrell 
AugiLsta Rondthaler 
Eliza Ann Edmonds 
Mary Anna Seiss 



THE CLEWEiLL FAMILY. 



55 



Gen. 


No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






20 








2 


3 


Abraham Clewell 


July 11, 1776 


May 11, 1854 


Sarah E. Boeman 


G 




Childreu 








3 




Beatta 


Aus. 10, 1805 


Deceased 








Beatta 


April 7, 1806 


Deceased 






95 


Daniel 


Jan. 1, 1808 


Deceased 


Mary Whitesell 






Fraucisca 


Oct. 3, 1809 


Jan. 11, 1810 








Charles 


Dec. 9, 1810 


Jan. 26. 1811 








Abraham 


Feb. 18, 1812 


Aug. 12, 1812 








Michael 


Nov. 30, 1813 


Dec. 28, 1813 








Beatta 


June 7, 1818 


Deceased 








Sarah Elizabeth 


Oct. 16, 1819 


Dec. 11, 1819 








Anna Maria 


Jan. 15. 1822 


May. 15, 1822 








Beatta 


Jul.v 28, 1823 


Deceased 






96 


Elizabeth C. 


Dec. 7. 1825 


Deceasea 


William Calhoun 




97 


Abraham Christian 
21 


June 22. 1828 


June 11. 1905 


Ellen McKeever 


3 


4 


John Koehler 


1773 


Deceased 


Magdelena Zartman 



22 



3 




Nathaniel Koehler 


Nov. 


10, 


1774 


Deceased 


F 




Children 










4 


98 


Catharine Elizabeth 


Dec. 


1. 


1809 


May 1885 




99 


Sophia 


Aug. 


20, 


1811 


Deceased 




' 


Leonhard Renatus 


Dec. 


20, 


1813 


Deceased 




100 


Mngdalena Beata 


June 


16, 


1816 


July 21, 1889 




101 


Slaria C'athai*ima 


Sept. 


26 


1819 


Deceased 




1600 


Catharima Maria 


Sept 


26, 


1819 


Deceased 




102 


Sarah Louisa 
23 


Sept. 


23, 


1823 


Deceased 


3 


5 


Rosina Luckenbach 


Sept. 


20, 


1784 


NOV. 3, 1862 


1^' 




Children 










4 




Caroline 


Aug. 


2 


1814 


Nov. 1814 




103 


Lucy Ann 


Oct. 


9,' 


1816 






104 


Belinda A. 
24 


Apr. 


2, 


1819 


Mar. 15, 1893 


3 


6 


Elizabeth Whitesell 


Apr. 


16. 


1781 


Feb. 19, 1838 


F 




Children 










4 


105 


Louisa C. 


May 


20, 


1818 


May 12, 1893 



Rebecca M. Kaufman 

John Harry Clewell 

Joseph Reinhart 

Single 

David Beckley 

Mr. — Reber 

Name unknown. 

Rev. William Laitzle 



Rev. Ab. Luckenbach 



Simon Ran 

Wm. H. Roepper 



Andrew Whitesell 



John Uhler 

David W. Messinger 



25 

6 John Clewell, Jr. 
Children 

107 John Harry 

108 Sidney A. 

109 Lewis L. 
Harrietta M. 
jNIaria Lucretia 
Richard L. 

110 U. Oliver 



Nov. 12. 1782 Dec. 8, 1845 



Oct. 3. 1806 

Mav 22. 1809 

May 30, 1811 

May 2, 1814 

Jan. 6, 1817 

July 12, 1819 

Oct. 3, 1821 



Feb. 22, 1894 
Feb. 14, 1874 
Mar. 1840 

Aug. 25, 1820 
Mm: 6. 1818 
Jan. 3. 1893 
June 25. 1848 



Mary Christ.- 

C. Elizabeth Koehlei 
Cecdia Haman 
Mary Buzzard 



Single 
Terresse Busse 



56 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



26 

3 6 Anna J. Eckensberger 
F No Cliildren 



]May 12, 1786 Jan. 25, 1872 Jolin J. Eckensborj?er 



27 



3 


6 


Josepli Clewell 


Apr. 


19, 


1788 


i^'eb. 


11, 


1871 


Elizabeth Boerstler 


F 




Chiklreu 
















4 


111 


Cecilia H. 


Jan. 


16, 


1815 


May 


22, 


186,4 


Richard F. Miksch 






Sylvester 


Sept 


27, 


1817 


Miar. 


14' 


1818 






112 


Araminta E. 


Aug. 


19, 


1821 


Feb. 


16, 


1903 


James Boerstler 




113 


Jacob Lovine 
28 


Mar. 


5, 


1824 


Feb. 


28, 


1900 


Josephine G. Beitel 


3 


6 


Jacob L. Clewell 


Oct. 


11, 


1799 


Jan. 


30, 


1871 f 


1. Rebecca Seyfried 


















2. Amelia Grunewald 


F 




Children 
















4 




Eugene A. 


Apr. 


21, 


1815 


July 


11, 


1815 






114 


Henry 


J une 


19, 


1826 


Nov. 


3, 


1897 


Eliza S. Peisert 






Louisa C. 


Jan. 


23, 


1828 


Mar. 


7, 


1828 








Lucinda H. 


May 


14, 


1830 


Apr. 


26. 


1884 


Single 






Caroline S. 


Jan. 


19. 


1833 


May 


24, 


1S45 






115 


Maria E. 


May 


20. 


1835 








William R. Steckel 




IK 


Jacol) L. 


Dec. 


21, 


1837 








Emma L. Schmueckle 



29 



3 


6 


Thomas Clewell 


Nov. 


3, 


1802 


Apr. 


13, 


1871 


Florentina Liebert 


F 




Children 
















4 


117 


Sylvester A. 


Apr. 


13. 


1835 








Anna Maria Bauer 




118 


Louisa C. 


Oct. 


6, 


1836 








Levi Springer 






INfatilda T. 


Feb. 


28. 


1838 








Single 




119 


Henrietta W. 


Julv 


25, 


1840 


Dec. 


24, 


1897 


Lorenzo Daily 




120 


William H. 


May 


1. 


1845 


Jan. 


27, 


1904 


Catherine Trein 




121 


Thomas T. 


Nov. 


12. 


1848 








Cecelia Kurtz 






Amanda F. 


May 


12. 


1850 








Single 






Edward E. 


Mar. 


6, 


1853. 


Aug 


9, 


1853 





30 

3 7 John Frederick Danke 
G Children 

4 122 Lesetta Louisa 

Susanna Frederick 

123 Marv Ann 

124 Elfrida C. 

125 J. Emelia 

126 Harriette 

127 Alfred 



Sept. 5, 1780 May 21, 182'; 



Sept. 25, 1808 

Sept. 5, 1809 

Dec. 25, 1811 

Feb. 21, 1815 

Mar. 16, 1816 

Dec. 16. 1820 

Sept. 18, 1826 



Feb. 12, 1862 

Oct. 12, 1810 
Deceased 

May 19, 1898 

Feb. 9. 1877 

Jan. 16. 1890 

Jan. 31, 1900 



Barbara Ehrenhart 

George F. Bauer 

Samuel Vogenltz 
Francis Miksch 
Edwin Clewell 
Harvey Bates 
Susan Sober 



31 

3 7 Francis C. Danke 

F Child 

4 128 A. M. Fredericke 



June 20. 1785 
Feb. 20, 1822 



Mai 



I 2. Susan Elirenhart 
16, .065 Richard Christ 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



57 



Ge 


n. No 


Names 


Bor 


n 


Died 




Married to 






32 














3 
V 


7 


Maria M. Eckensberger 
Children 


Feb. 7, 


1790 


Oct. 


12, 


1816 


John J. Eckensberger 


4 


129 


Charlotta 


Sept. 23 


, 1812 


Unk 


nowu 


Martz Bacher 






Charles Alexander 


Feb. 16, 


, 1814 


Unknow 


n 








Francis Christian 


Aug. 6, 


1815 


Oct. 


18. 


1815 






130 


Mary Elizabeth 


Oct. 9, 


1816 


Unknown 


— Smith 






Matilda Henrietta 


Oct. 9, 


1816 


Nov. 


16, 


1817 








33 














3 
F 
4 


8 


Phillippine Milkr 

Child 
Fredricke 


Aug. 18, 


, 1788 


May 


17, 


1857 


George Miller. 


131 


Jan. 17, 


1823 


Mar. 


15, 


1895 


Michael G. Fehr 






34 














3 


S 


J. Samuel Clewell 


Mar. 19, 


1791 


Dec. 


29, 


1856 


f 1. Catherine Hahn 


F 




Children (first wife) 












\ 2. Susan Brinken 


4 


132 


Francis T. 


Apr. 28, 


1818 


Apr. 


20, 


1847 


Susan Keller 




l3o 


Louisa C. 


Apr. 22, 


1820 


Apr. 


6, 


1895 


David Trein 




134 


Caroline E. 


Dec. 10, 


1822 


Nov. 


8, 


1902 


Reuben Fehr 




135 


Julian P. 


Jan. 21, 


1825 


Aug. 


15, 


1870 


Joseph Fehr 




136 


John Reuben 


Jan. 13, 


1827 


Feb. 


24, 


1893 


Henrietta Kaske 




137 


Sabina M. 


Oct. 22, 


1829 


June 


17, 


1891 


John Savior 




138 


Andrew F. 


May 22, 


1833 








Louisa Schmickkle 




139 


Henry S. 


Apr. 28, 


1837 


June 


2, 


1879 


Fayetta Steinmetz 




140 


Lewis i>. 


Mar. 27, 


1839 








Rebecca Heimer 




141 


Anna Elizabeth 
With second wife 


May 8, 


1842 


Oct. 


24, 


1892 


Julius Friebely 




142 


Susan Maria 

35 


Oct. 6, 


1852 








Ed. C. Kern 


3 


8 


Johanna M. Siegfried 


Mar. 29, 


1793 


June 


26, 


1867 


Paul Siegfried 


F 




Children 














4 




Elizabeth A. 


Nov. 16, 


1815 


Dec. 


17, 


1815 








Francis B. 


Jan. 19, 


1817 


Feb. 


23, 


1817 








Lucetta P. 


June 10. 


1819 


Julv 


17, 


1883 


Single 




143 


Maria L. 


June 22. 


1820 


Feb. 


23, 


1849 


George Fehr 




144 


S. Henry A. 


Feb. 15, 


1825 


Feb. 


6, 


1894 


A. Caroline Gold 




145 


Lovina A. 


July 6, 


1826 


Jan. 


26, 


1872 


William Keller 




146 


Joseph W. 
36 


Apr. 5, 


1831 


July 


8, 


1893 


Maria Saylor 


3 


9 


F. Thomas Clewell 


Apr. 21, 


1791 


Feb. 


1, 


1866 


Maria Stauber 


F 




Children 














4 




Alexander G. 


July 30. 


1819 


Aug. 


18, 


1819 








Andrew Francis 


Oct. 26, 


1820 


Feb. 


1. 


1833 








Reuben H. 


Oct. 24, 


1821 


Sept. 


19. 


1829 








Anna Eliza 


June 1, 


1825 








Single 




147 


Aaron N. 


Dec. 22, 


1828 








Sarah Y. Bachman 






Simon G. 


Dec. 22, 


1828 


Oct. 


14, 


1848 






148 


Robert A. 

37 


June 20, 


1833 


June 


30, 


1867 


Amanda Willauer 


3 
F 


9 


Anna Elizabeth Oerter 
Children 


Feb. 20. 


1793 






1879 


John Oerter 


4 


149 


Maria Louisa 


Mar. 2, 


1821 


Jan. 


10. 


1898 


Rev. L. F. Kamimiaii 




150 


Carolina E. 


Oct. 6, 


1822 


Apr. 


30. 


1905 


Reuben Luckenl»ach 




151 


Henry J. 


uct. 4. 


1827 


Nov. 


28. 


1864 


Magdalena Bloss 



58 



GENEAJ.OGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



38 

9 Christina Fulkerson 
Children 

152 Jacob Lovin 

153 William Florentine 
Venetta Clementina 

39 



3 


9 


John G. Clewell 


F 




Chiiaren 


4 


154 


Sarah Elizabeth 




155 


Emma 

Maria Magdalena 

40 




11 


Christian Clewell 


G 




Children 


4 


156 


Anna 
Thomas 




157 


Rebecca 




158 


Edward 
Jacob 

Christian 

With second wife 




159 


Sarah 




160 


James W. 




161 


Caroline 




162 


Susanna Eliza 




163 


Reuben H. 




164 


Emanuel 

41 


3 


11 


Geojjre Clewell 


G 




Children 


4 


165 


William 




166 


Lizetta Theodora 




167 


Henry James 




168 


Cornelia 




169 


I^ouisa 




ITO 


Charlotte O. 




ITl 


Samuel Benjamin 

42 


3 


11 


Jacob Clewell 


G 




Children 


4 


172 


Eliza 
Joseph 




173 


Catharine 




174 


Jacob 




175 


Sarah 
Daniel 




176 


:\farv Ann 




177 


:MatiUla 




178 


Lavina 



Oct. 11, 1796 

Dec. 13, 1819 
Mar. 30, 1821 
Jan. 19, 1823 



July 15, 1833 rhilip Fulkerson 
Sarah Leinbach 



Dec. 27, 1903 
May 30, 1833 



Marguerite Heberling 



July 12, 1802 June 25, 1834 Judith Everett 

Feb. 11, 1827 Mar. 18, 1850 — Romig 

June 9. 1829 Jan. 30, 1867 Mathias Smith 

Aug. 11. 1833 Apr. 13, 1834 



Apr. 18, 177S May. 13, 1836 



Nov. 6, mn 

Mar. 30. 1809 

Mar. 13, 1812 

Dec. 3, 1813 

Mar. 29. 1816 

Oct. 10, 1818 

Sept. 18. 1820 

Julv 15. 1823 

No^^ 30. 1826 

Aug. 19, 1829 

Feb. 15. 18.33 
Feb. 1837 



•July 1. 1781 

June 5. 1807 
Aug. 29, 1810 
July 28, 1812 
June 7, 1815 
Jan. 28, 1818 
Sept. 29, 1820 
JVov. 22. 1822 



Nov 



1811 



Oct. 23, 1873 
Apr. 6, 1816 
Oct. 12, 1818 

Oct. 29, 1901 
May 27, 1895 

Deceased 

1907 
.June 28, 1881 



1. Elizabeth Breder 

2. Susan Minnich 

— Peiflfer 

Joseph Stuber 
Fianna Wesner 



.Joseph Hldebrand 
Susan Larosh 
Hiram R. Crouse 
I^ewis Snyder 
Mary Ann Sanders 
Hannan Fluck 



Sept. 20, 1825 Elizabeth Luckenbach 



.Tan. 19. 1871 

1870 

July 18. 1899 

Deceased 
Aug. 1. 1900 
1896 



May 13, 1783 Oct. 1, 1862 



179 G. William 



>rar. 4. 1810 
May 10, 1811 
Jan. 10. 1812 
Jan. 3. 1814 
Oct. 3. 1817 
Sept. 18. 1818 
Feb. 4. 1821 
Jnn. 20. 1822 
.Aug. 19. 1825 
June 8. 1828 



Deceased 
Nov. 8. 1882 
Deceased 
Apr. 27, 1877 
Apr. 9. 1904 
Sept. 8, 1885 
Apr. 14. 1903 

Oct. 31. 1850 



Susan Trulinger 
Henry Kuester 
Susan Moharter 
Rev. J. J. Regennas 
Edward O. Weinland 
Palmer Osborne 
Elizabeth Tombler. 



Susanna Miller 

Peter Yoe 

Single 

— • Moyer 

Eliza Brobst 

Eliiah Miller 

Single 

William Lewars 

Josi;ih Roberts 

.Teremiah Fincher 

Catherine E. Artley 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



59 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 




43 








3 11 


Anna M. Schneider 


Mar. 6. 1786 


Dt'ceaseil 


Henry Schneider 


G 


No traces of her descendants were found 








44 








3 11 


John Clewell 








G 


Children 








4 184 


Joseph 








185 


George 








186 


Samuel 








1601 


Peter 








1602 


Fanny 








1603 


Harriet 








3 12 


45 

Catharine Sides 


Nov. 14, 1774 


June 2, 1856 


George Sides 


G 

4 187 


Chil<lren 
Christian David 


Nov. 24, 1805 


Sept. 5, 1879 


Alpha M. Taylor 
Livengood 


1604 


Elizabeth 






— Styers 


1605 


Sarah 






— Brindel 


1606 


Nancy 






Bevel 


1607 


Mary 






Single 




Rebecca 







46 



3 12 Elizabeth Rominger 
G No report 



47 

12 Eva Rosina Rominger 
Children 

192 Thomas 
John 

193 Phebe Phlllipina 

194 Elizabeth 

195 Saloma 

1519 Maria Caroline 

196 Rebecca Ann 

197 Eliza 

1486 Ellis Cornelius 

48 

12 John Clouse 
Children 
George 

198 Jacob 

199 Elizabeth 

200 Salome 

201 Phillipine 
Thomas 

202 John 



May 22, 1776 



Jan. 16, 177! 



Apr. 17, 
May 11, 
Oct. 22, 
Dec. 12, 
Feb. 2. 
Nov. 7. 
Apr. 27. 
June 24, 
Feb. 26, 



1798 
1800 
1802 
1805 
1808 
1810 
1813 
1816 
1819 



Deceased 

Apr. 28, 1858 
May 20, 1852 

Mar. 3i, 1»94 
Aug. 26, 1898 



Jacob Romingor 



Cornelius Rominger 

Catharine Miller 
Haines 

— Padgett 

— Haines 

Lewis S. INIulican 
Charles Haines 
Wilson W. Womack 

— AVelfare 



Sept. 16, 1782 June 13, 1855 Catharine Lachenaur 



49 



12 



A.nna M. (Lackenaur) 

Swaim 
} Child 

With first husband. 
4 203 Phillip (Little Phillip) 



Sept. 15, 1809 
Dec. 31, ISIO 

Mav 1, 1815 
Feb. 15, 1817 
Nov. 2. 1819 
Sept. 2. 1822 



June 4. 1784 



April 22, 1855 
July 27, 1881 

Mav 5. 1893 

Apr. 8. 1840 

Mav 25, 18S5 

:\Lar. 31, 1897 



Deceased 



Single 

Elizal)eth Maw 
John Davis 
Isaac Hedgecock 
Isaac Hedgecock 
Single 
Tempa Miller 



r 1. Philip Lachenaur 
1 2. AViiram Swain 



Nov. 11, 1808 Sept. 4, 1872. Carolme Schuster 



60 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



50 



3 12 Anna Chris. Rominger 
G Cliild 

4 204 John 



Dec. 24, 1785 Oct. 16, 18B4 George Rominger 
Apr. 22, 1823 May 19, 1902 Louisa Licli 



51 

3 12 Joseph Clauss 

G Children 

4 1G08 William 

Jamesr 
Enoch 
Ambrose 

1609 Jane 
1527 Elizabeth 

With second wife. 

1610 Laura 



Dec. 3, 1787 iJeceasecl 



Apr. 26. 1855 



1. Catharine Johnson 

2. Cyntha Hampton 



Richard Chaffln 
Wilson W. Wommack 



Charles M. Griffith 



52 



3 12 Samuel Clauss 
G No report 



Aug. 14. 17! 



Deceased 



Crissy Hedgecock 



53 



3 


12 Phillippine 


Gambold 


Feb. 


15. 


1799 


May 




1843 


John F. Gambold 


G 


Children 


















4 


205 Rebecca E. 




Dec. 


9. 


1820 


Jan. 


20, 


1889 


Daniel Ziegler 




206 Joseph 




Apr. 


13. 


1822 








Elizabeth Fixin 




207 Philip 




June 


21 


1824 








Marv A. Ziegler 




Sophia 




Jan. 


18. 


1826 


Oct. 


3. 


1879 


Single 




William F. 




Dec. 


5. 


1827 


Jan. 


18. 


1847 






Eli 




Mar. 


29. 


1830 






1837 






208 Thomas E. 




Sept. 


24 


1832 


Nov. 




1889 


Fannie Haggens 




209 John 




July 


14. 


1S.S4 


Mar. 


17 


1862 


Ellen Holder 




210 Phillippine 


(Phebe) 


Oct. 


13. 


1837 








Augu.stus Burcha 




211 Lydia 




Nov. 


8. 


1840 








Charles Neligh 



54 



3 


13 


Eliziibfth L 


uckenbach 


June 11, 1783 


Dec. 1. 1867 


John D. Luckenliac 


G 




ChiUlren 










4 


212 


Jacob 




Apr. 1. 1805 


May 9, 1888 


Mary Whitzell 




213 


George 




June 8. 180(^) 


Nov. 4. 1878 


Maria Streby 




214 


William 




Aug. 6. 1807 


July 27, 1893 


Eliza Rice 




215 


Charlotte El 


Izabeth 


Jan. 9. 1809 


Feb. 9. 1890 


John C. Weber 




216 


Henrietta 




July 4. 1810 


Deceased 


William Rlgg 




217 


Anna Maria 




Aug. 13 1811 


1893 


Solomon Schaeffer 




218 


Matilda 




May 13. "1812 


Dec. 15. 1885 


Charles Jacoby 




219 


Rebecca 




Ai)r. 15, 1814 


Miiv. 10. 1895 


Ephraim Keck 




220 


Thomas 




June 28, 1816 


June 16. 1871 


Josephine Witmeyer 




221 


Sarah Ann 




June 24, 1818 


Deceased 


Edward Babel 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



61 



Geu 


. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






55 














2 


13 


John C. Clewell 


Nov. 


15, 


1784 


Oct. 30, 


1850 


Elizabeth Keichard 


G 




Chiklreii 














4 




Henry 


Apr. 


<3, 


1618 


May 24. 


1833 






222 


Julianna 


Sept. 


20, 


1819 


Deceased 


John Davis 






Maria Katharine 


Dec. 


3, 


1820 


Dee. 9, 


1820 






223 


Andrew Sidney 


Sept. 


19, 


1822 


Sept. (J, 


1905 


Rebecca INIichel 




224 


Owen Christian 


uec. 


22 


3823 


Apr. 13. 


1900 


Catharine Herman 




225 


Aniiav Pauline 


Sept. 


2 ' 


1825 


Nov. iv, 


1902 


I^afa.vette Sterner 




■SJ,{J 


Uharles Robert 


Apr. 


15, 


3827 


May 12. 


1902 


Sarah Roth 






Henrietta Susan 


Sept. 


21. 


1829 


Aug. 7, 


1830 






227 


Walter C. 


Jan. 


10. 


1831 


Sept. 28. 


18!)9 


Adiine Heil 




228 


Susanna Elizabeth 


Dec. 


22. 


1833 






Josiah Reed 



56 

3 IS David Clewell 
G Children 

4 229 Eliza Catherine 

230 James L. 

231 Caroline M. 

232 Lucinda C. 
Augustus 

1611 Henrietta 
1401 Ben.iamin 

233 Robert 



May 10, 1787 

Jan 27, 1813 
Nov. 8, 1815 
Feb. 5. 1820 
Nov. 18, 1824 
Aug. 17, 1825 



Feb. 14, 1851 



Mar. 18, 1845 Hannah 



Aug. 18, 1883 

Nov. 13, 1893 

Mar. 31, 1888 

Mar 18, 1884 

Jan. 0, 1851 

Apr. 21, 1803 

June 17, 1901 



John Fell 
Catherine Haney 
Peter Litzenlierger 
John Kuhruff 
Single 

Sarah Ann Neal 
Evelyn Leddich 



57 



3 


13 


Anna S. Bishop 


Jan. 


20, 1790 


Dec. 


29, 


1851 


John J. Bishop 


G 




Children 














4 


234 


David H. 


Nov. 


19, 1815 


Dec. 


10, 


1874 


Sarah E. Milchsack 




235 


Antionette C. 


May 


4. 1820 


Feb. 


22. 


1870 


Daniel Desh 






Eugene S. 


Aug. 


7, 1822 


July 


12, 


1824 





58 



3 13 Frederick G. Clewell 
G Children 

4 230 Salome L. 

237 Reuben W. 

238 Maria O. 

239 Caroline E. 

240 Matilda 



uct. 1, 1791 July 2, 1871 



July 30, 1810 
June 12. 1819 
Feb. 18. 1824 
Oct. 9, 1827 
July 10, 1835 



June 1, 1890 

Jan. 11, 1894 

Dec. 3, 1889 

Feb. 18, 18(33 



Anna Maria Fuehrer 

Herman Yost 
Josephine Smith 
Franklin Pearson 
Francis Marsteller 
Samuel Sterner 



59 

3 13 Dorotha Hower 
G Children 

4 241 Mary Louisa 

242 Lucretia Araminta 
Dianna Ralena 

243 Matilda Elizabeth 

244 Samuel Franklin 

245 Eliza J. 

240 Asher Edwin 



June 9, 1796 

Aug. 5. 1816 

Aug. 30, 1823 

Apr. 15, 1827 

Apr. 28, 1831 

Feb. 14, 1835 

Mar. 16, 1837 

Mar. 12, 1841 



June 6, 1878 John Hower 



Dec. 14, 1885 

Nov. 28, 19(>4 

Aug. 1829 

Sept. 18, 1895 



Charles Hinkle 
Michael Harwi 

Charles Ritter 
Mary Myers 
William H. Bruch 
Sarah Blackwell 



62 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 




Bor] 


a 


Died 




Married to 






60 














3 


14 


Sarah lOotz 


Oct. 


15, 


1785 


Nov. 21, 


18&4 


George Klotz 


G 




Gliildreu 














4 




Charles 


Feb. 


11, 


1811 


Nov. 20, 


1891 


Single 




247 


Lucinda 


Mar. 


s. 


1813 


Mar. 4, 


1883 


David L. Balcom 




248 


Diauna 
61 












Christian Clewell 


3 


14 


Anna M. Haman 


Apr. 


4, 


1790 




1826 


Adam Haman 


G 




Child 














4 


249 


Mai'ia Louisa 
62 


Apr. 


2 


1826 


June 


1887 


Trougott Crist 


3 


14 


J. Jesse C'lewell 


Apr. 


10, 


1793 


July 2, 


lSi.9 


Anna ^larie Kuhn 


G 




Children 














4 




Eliza 


Dec. 


29, 


1825 


Apr. 19, 


1903 


Single 




250 


Catharine 


Sept, 


• 4, 


1827 






Powell Clift 






Mary Jane 


Aug. 


30, 


1830 


Sept. 12, 


18.34 






251 


William Henry 


June 


■ 6, 


1833 






Catharine Eoehm 




252 


Caroline 


Mar. 


15, 


1836 






Jacob Kirk 






John Steward 


Mar. 


31, 


1S44 


Apr. 25, 


1844 








63 














3 


14 


Christian D. Clewell 


Oct. 


10, 


1790 


Mar. 13, 


1823 


Hannah Bechtel 


G 




Children 














4 


253 


John Francis 


May 


3, 


1821 


May 3, 


1896 


Catharine Carey 




254 


James 'Uimiel 
64 


Feb. 


11, 


1823 


Nov. 27, 


1884 


Rebecca B. Keller 


3 


14 


Augustus Jti. cieweii 


Aug. 


17, 


1798 


May 1. 


1875 


c 1. Louisa Stauber 


(jt 




Children 

With tirst wife. 












} 2. Henrietta Rrenier 
( 3. Sarah Young 


4 


255 


Aurora Augusta 


:\ray 


17, 


1827 


Deceased 


William Frederick 






Franklin Theodore 


Mar. 


2, 


1829 


Apr. 20, 


1848 








Julius Daniel 


Mar. 


12, 


1831 


.Tan. 21, 


1833 








Israel Gottleib 


May 


23, 


1834 


Sept. 10, 


1834 








With second wife. 


















Beata 


Aug. 


23, 


1836 


Infancy 










With third wife. 
















256 


Emma Louisa 


Aug. 


11, 


1839 






Tilghman Ritz 




257 


Joseph Lovin 


Jan. 


12, 


1842 


In war. 




Louisa Brader 




258 


Albert Alexander 


July 


16. 


1845 






Amelia Cressman 




259 


Francis Daniel 


Aug. 


11, 


1848 






Ellen J. Hartzel 




200 


Eugene A. 

65 


May 


-il, 


1853 






INIartha V. Keiper 


3 


14 


James B. Clewell 


Nov. 


19, 


1801 


June 24, 


1843 


Anna M. Black 


G 




Children 














4 


2r,r 


Emma L. 


Julv 


24. 


1830 


.Tan. 26, 


1903 


Archer W. Clowes 






Helena 


Sept. 


25, 


1832 






Single 




262 


Sarah Ann 
William D. 


Dec. 


31, 


1835 
1837 


Infancy 




John J. Cook 






Charles H. 


Sept. 


20. 


1,840 


Sept. 


1807 


Single 






Annn M. 


Sept. 




1842 




1846 





THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



63 



Gen. No. 



Names 



66 



14 Elenora Gierseb 
Childi-en 

2(;3 Adalaide E. 

204 Angelica M. 

265 Elmira 

260 Albert C. 

267 Louisa L. 

268 Ellen M. 



Born 



Diea 



Married to 



Oct. 29, 1804 June 10, 1883 C. William Giersch 



Mar. 11, 1833 
Feb. 13. 1835 
Nov. 30, 1836 
Oct. 7, 1840 
Sept. 17, 1842 
Jan. 2, 1846 



Oct. 11, 1SS3 



Sept. 30. 1863 
Oct. 29, 1804 



James Gold 
Kmelius Stocker 
William F. Schmickle 
Catherine J. Beitel 
Tilghman S. P. Steinev 
William Colver 



67 

14 WiUielm A. Clewell* 
Child 
Daughter 
He was married but no traces of the family could be obtained after repeated elTorts. 
He is said to have died in New York. 



68 

3 15 Anna S. Steiner 
(.i Children 

4 269 Alexander 

270 Amelia 

271 Marietta E. 

69 

3 15 William H. Clewell 
G Childi-en 

4 272 Edwin F. 

Johanette 

273 Emma A. 

274 Seloma R. 

275 Harrietta E. 

276 George William 
Anna E. 



70 



15 



J. Phillip Clewell 
G Children 

4 J. Lewis 

277 Clarrissa 

278 Louisa Lusetta 

279 Caroline E. 

280 Theophilus G. Rev. 

281 Alexander D. 
Emeline Lorrette 

282 Emma A. 

283 Clara O. 

284 Lewis P., Rev. 

71 

3 15 Elizabeth Miksch 
G Children 

4 285 Olevia A. 

286 Angelica Louisa 



Mar, 


0, 


1789 


Apr. 


5, 


1851 


Peter Steiner 


Jan. 


12. 


1812 


May 


4, 


1895 


Clarinda E. Snyder 


Mar. 


14, 


1814 








Wilbam Beitel 


Jan. 


I'.t. 


1816 


May 


6, 


1895 


John Ripple 


Sept. 


5, 


1790 


Jan. 


7, 


1851 


Elizabeth Ettwein 


Ma.v 


9, 


1814 


Dec. 


28. 


1845 


J. Emelia Danke 


July 


7, 


1816 


Aug. 


19, 


, 1820 




June 


:;o. 


1819 


July 


27, 


1894 


Stephen Hess 


Apr. 


26, 


1827 


Feb. 


20. 


1904 


John Transne 


Sept. 


2 


1832 


Feb. 


25, 


1894 


Ferdinand Herbst 


Oct. 


1-4, 


1835 


Nov. 


23, 


, 1903 


Ellen Elizabeth Snell 


Oct. 


14, 


1835 


Oct. 


18, 


1835 




Mar. 


23, 


1793 


Aug. 


21, 


, 1872 


Anna ^Maria Roth 


May 


27, 


1817 


May 


14, 


1^1 


Single 


Sept. 


14, 


1820 


Aiig. 


23, 


1893 


Alfred Schneider 


Sept. 


30, 


1822 


Deceased 


Henry Neidllnger 


Apr. 


10, 


1827 








Henry Neidlinger 


June 


27 


1829 








Anna Maria Miller 


Aug. 


7 


1&32 


Sept. 




1902 


Caroline Hartman 


>Lar. 


28, 


1835 


May 


8. 


1836 




:\Iar. 


8, 


1837 








Henry S. Krause 


:\Iar. 


8, 


1837 








Capt. Frank C. Stout 


Feb. 


9, 


1843 


Jan. 


9, : 


1904 


Sarah Blinkensderfer 


Feb. 


2_ 


1799 


May 


19, 


1894 


Josepn Miksch 


Feb. 


3, 


1821 


Jan. 


28, 


1905 


Edmund Ricksecker 


Feb. 


17, 


1823 


Jan. 


5, 


1907 


Nathaniel WoUe 



64 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 


Died 


Married to 






72 










3 


15 


Johanna U. Derringer 


Jan. 


13, 180i 


Dec. 9, 1878 


Philip Derringer 


G 




Children 










4 


287 


Seraphina A. 


Mar. 


19, 1825 


Apr. 29, 1902 


Benneville Dissler 






Matilda Louisa 


Dec. 


1826 


Feb. 1827 






288 


Lenora Augusta 


Feb. 


6. 1830 


:Mar. 4, 1898 


Charles Boys 




289 


Maria Elizabeth 

73 


Oct. 


13, 1834 


Mar. 18, 1890 


Robert M. Shouse 


3 


IG 


John Clewell 


Feb. 


10, 1793 


Apr. 3, 1877 


Lydia Romig 


G 




Children 










4 


290 


Annie L. 


Jan. 


14, 1825 




William S. Anderson 




291 


Henry LeAU 


June 


11, 1827 


May 19, 1883 


Annie L. Anderson 




292 


John 


Feb. 


18, 1830 


Dec. 29, 1883 


Mary Bidwell 




293 


xvlary Ann 


July 


26, 1832 


Dec. 27, 1866 


Lafayette Doss 




294 


Aurelia 


Apr. 


17, 1839 


Jan. 7, 1872 


Josephine Brewer 




295 


Judith 

74 


July 


13, 1840 




M. C. AVinget 


3 


16 


Anna L. Vogeuitz 


Nov. 


19, 1800 


1872 


Andrew Yogenitz 


G 




Children 










4 


296 


Aurelia T. 




1824 




Thomas Banks 




297 


Robert P. 
Abraham A. 
Julius A. 
Eugene W. 




1825 
1827 
1829 
1831 


1850 
1829 
1830 
1831 


Harriet Lyons 




298 


Israel B. 
Albert C. 


Jan. 


24, 1833 
1836 


1889 


Clara H. Bicker 






Clara L. 




1840 


1901 


Single 




299 


Oliver A. 

75 




1842 




Henrietta Brown 


3 


16 


Joseph Clewell 


Mar. 


19, 1805 


In Shreveport 


Sarah Daney 


G 




Childi-en 










4 


300 


Joseph William 


Nov. 


23, 1826 


Deceased 


Catherine llau 




301 


William H. 


Apr. 


21. 1828 


Mar. 27, 1905 


Susanna Schaadt 




302 


Charles Edwin 


Nov. 


17, 1829 


Dec. 30, 1865 


Maria Horn 






Francis J. 


Dec. 


31, 1834 


1837 








76 










3 


16 


David Clewell 


Dec. 


3, 1806 


Feb. 23, 1853 


Rebecca Miksch 


G 




Childi-en 










4 


303 


Owen J. 


July 


6, 1832 


Aug. 17, 1862 


Lovina Ivasson 






Caroline E, 


Apr. 


23, 1833 




Single 






James 


Mar. 


3, 1837 


June 20, 1840 








Albert 


June 


28, 1839 


Jan. 3, 1840 








Maria L 


Dec. 


6. 1840 


Oct. 15, 1841 








Alexander 


Sept. 


3, 1841 


Nov. 20, 1863 








Han-y M. (M. D.) 


Oct. 


31, 1844 




Single 




304 


Sarah A. 
77 


Aug. 


20, 1847 




Alvin B. Kellar 




m 


Dianna Clewell 


Unknown 


Deceased 


Christian Clewell 


3 


16 


Christian Clewell 


Jan 


8, 1808 


Deceased 


Dianna Klotz 


G 




Children 










. 


305 


T. H. 






Sept. 2. 1889 






306 


Sarah 






Nov. 10, 1855 


John Minich 




307 


Ellen D. 


Nov. 


24, 1885 


Jan. 24, 1904 


Henry Zackrias 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



65 



Gen. No. 



Names 



78 

16 Susana E. Miksch 
Children 

308 Henry A. 

309 Louisa ivi. 
Predericlv J. 

310 Amos 0. 
George F. 



311 



79 



3 16 Henry Clewell 
G Children 

4 1612 Clementina Frederlcke 
1613 Julius Daniel 

312 Henrietta 

313 James Joseph 
Sarah Elizabeth 

314 Tilghman Christian 

315 Israel 



80 



16 



Anna M. Fehr 
Children 
bl6 Angelica Elizabeth 

317 Henry 
Charles William 

318 John Joseph 
Eleweua Julian 
l<'ranklin 
Lewis Franklin 

319 Albert Benjamin 



81 



16 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



Sept. 10. ISIO Feb. 17, 1893 George F. Miksch 



June 24, 1832 
Mar. 13, 1833 
Jan. 28, 1836 
Mar. 26, 1838 
Sept. 7, 1843 



July 22, 1899 
Feb. 28, 1870 

Apr. 12, 1892 
Oct. 27, 1886 



Sarah M. Knauss 
Emanuel Mathews 

Mary Cook 
Elizabeth F. Messer 



Dec. 12, 1811 Nov. 26, 1898 Wilhelmina Hoebe 



Apr. 19, 1834 
Apr. 24, 1836 
June 11, 1840 
Jan. 4, 1844 
Apr. 3, 1846 
Sept. 9, 1848 



Apr. 3, 1904 B. P. Frease 

If" -■ ' Charlotte Spidel 

Oct. 6, 1847 

Alice J. Powell 
Priscilla Hall 



Feb. 


27 


1814 


Sept. 


3, 


1854 


John Fehr 


June 


24, 


1836 


June 


27 


1867 


Franklin :Marsch 


June 


24, 


1838 








Julian E. Mover 


Aug. 


16, 


1840 








Single 


Aug. 


15, 


1843 








Caroline Young 


Sept. 


21, 


1845 


Oct. 


2?, 


1863 




.lulv 


12, 


1848 


Mar. 


9,7 


1849 




Feb. 


3, 


1850 


Feb. 


17 


1854 




Sept. 


14, 


1854 








Snvnh T Sr-hloo-al 



Apr. 



1817 



Julian Wolf 
Children 

320 Lewis Henry 
Milton Joseph 
Anna Eliza 

321 Allen David 
Richard Martin 

322 Maria Amanda 

323 Henry Charles 
William Charles 

82 



17 Catharine (Beck) Albright Apr. 17, 1799 



Sept. 30, 1837 
Dec. 9, 1839 
Mar. 15, 1840 
Oct. 18, 1843 
Jan. 20, 1850 
Jan. 18, 1852 
June 1, 1856 
June 1, 1856 



May 4, 1857 Ludwig Wolf 

Mary M. Worm a 



Mar. 4, 1854 
Nov. 9, 1840 



May 25, 1853 



Aug. 18, 1856 



Anna Fink 

C. C. Englemai 
Agnes Kline 



Children (first husband) 

324 Henry P 

325 Henrietta L. 
With second husband. 

Oliver B. 
Augustus A. 

326 Jacob T. 

327 Caroline A. 



Nov. 21, 1820 

Aug. 7, 1822 

Dec. 10, 1831 

Mar. 24, 1834 

JMay 3, 1836 

May 8, 1839 



May 16, 1878 f 1. Christian H. Beck 
I 2. John Albright 

June 11, 1874 Ella S. Gei^inger 
Mar. 4, 1804 Henry J. Brunner 



Apr. 24, 1842 
Jan. 24, 1842 



Judith S. Geisinger 
Joshua Hunter 



66 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






83 
















3 


17 


Rebecca Hoeber 


Apr. 


28, 


1801 


Oct. 


20, 


1872 


Christian Hoeber 


G 




Cliildreu 
















4 


328 


Sarah Louisa 


July 


11. 


1824 








Frederick Huebingor 




329 


Cornelia 


Jan. 


10, 


1828 








Rev. T. Wunderling 




330 


Caroline S. 


Sept. 


20, 


18o0 








Adam Geiring 






Joseph Theodore 


June 


3. 


18:33 • 


Apr. 


10, 


1S3G 








Beatus 


Mar. 


IS, 


1838 


Infancy 








331 


Edward E. 
84 


Jan. 


30, 


1840 








Sarah Ebbecke 


3 


17 


John David Clewell 


Apr. 


15, 


1804 


Dec. 


13, 


1862 f 


1. Oatbarine Kirch 


















2. Dorothea Schultz 


G 




Children 
















4 




Maria E. 


Mav 


14, 


1828 


July 


12, 


1828 








Eugene P. 


Mar. 


8. 


1830 


Sept, 


■ 5, 


18t>4 


Single 




332 


Anuetta L. 

Witii second Avife. 


May 


^7, 


1832 








Dr. Elisha Smith 




333 


Margaret E. 


Jan. 


5, 


1840 








Robert A. Jenkins 






Frances C. 


Jan. 


15, 


1842 


Apr. 


20, 


15--. 7 


Single 




334 


Augustus A. 


Nov. 


8, 


1845 








Mary A. Palmer 




335 


Anna M. 


Oct. 


25. 


1848 


Dec. 


2^ 


1899 


John W. Booth 






William E. 


Oct. 


14, 


1852 








Single 




33G 


John H. 
85 


Sept. 


19, 


1855 








Alice C. Wolle 


3 


18 


Anna Bosina Beck 


Mar. 


11, 


1792. 


June 


3, 


1825 


Jacob F. Beck 


G 




Children 
















4 


337 


Harriet Cecelia 


Aug. 


15, 


1818 


Feb. 


24, 


1894 


Matthias Cassler 






Emelia A. 


Nov. 


4, 


1819 


April 


1 8. 


1849 


Single 




338 


Sophia Sabine 


Feb. 


11, 


1821 


Aug. 


12 


. 1896 


Michael Hoch 




339 


Eliza Charlotte 

86 


June 


1, 


1822 








Lewis Hahn 


3 


18 


Catharine L. Kern 


June 


4, 


1793 


Jan. 


13. 


1837 


Andrew G. Kern 


G 




Children 
















4 


340 


Julius L. 


Dec. 


24, 


1819 


July 


9, 


18G0 


Solma Spach 




341 


Matilda L. 


Dec. 


20, 


1820 


Sept. 


28 


, 1898 


Peter Kern 






Andrew G. 


May 


19, 


1822 


Jan. 


2-6, : 


1801 


Single 




342 


William T. 


June 


26, 


1824 


Marc 


■h 1 


, 1879 


Marietta Kilbert 






Caroline A. 


April 


7, 


1820 


Nov. 


5, 


1826 








Lucinda E. 


Aug. 


30, 


1828 


Ott. 


7, 


1832 








Caroline C. 


April 


10, 


, 1830 


Sept. 


29 


, 1832 






343 


Augusta 0. 

87 


April 


20, 


, 1834 


June 


30, 


1805 


William Mendenhall 


3 


18 


Charles J. Levering 


Jan. 


23. 


1795 


Jan. 


27, 


1877 


Ruth Montgom(n-y Rea 


G 




Children 
















4 


344 


Catharine Elizabeth 


Julv 


28, 


1822 








Larkin Dearen 






William Henry 


Julv 


19, 


1824 


Oct. 


4, 


1842 






845 


Lewis Alexander 


Sept. 


28, 


1820 


Nov. 


10. 


1895 


Sophia T. Hauser 




346 


Charles Joseph 


Dee. 


14, 


1827 


Jan. 


23, 


1888 


l<lmily Turner 




347 


Levi Semuel 


Oct. 


8. 


1831 








Sarah jNI. Youngling 




34 S 


Mary Louisa 


Mar. 


7, 


1833 








(niarles G. Michael 




349 


Matilda Rosina 


:\Lar. 


23. 


1830 


INIar. 


8, 


1879 


Samuel McKinley 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



67 



Ger 


L. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married, to 






88 








3 


18 


Susan C. Stocker 


Aug. 14, ISUO 


May 15, 1852 


George D. Stocker 


G 




Cliildren 








4 


350 


Maria L 


Jan. 27, 1824 


Aug. 4, 1905 


Andrew Sliireman 




351 


Matilda C. 


June 2, 1825 




Adam Lelir 




352 


E melius 


May 21, 1829 




Angelica Giersch 




353 


William 


Feb. 18, 1833 




Maria Wenliold 




354 


Elenora E. 


May 5, 1837 




Aaron B. Levers 




355 


Caroline 


Jan. 31, 1846 




Nathan Bassett 



89 



3 


18 


Christian L. 


Ebbecke 


Aug. 


5 


1802 


Apr. 


13, 


18T6 


Charlotte Sehult 


G 




Children 


















4 


35o 


Henry S. 




July 


2, 


1828 


July 


30, 


1902 


Clarissa Lehr 




357 


Louisa 




July 


4, 


1831 








William Kern 




358 


Lucinda 




Oct. 


2, 


1833 








Daniel Brown 






Cnarles 




May 


25, 


183G 


Nov. 


8, 


1881 


Sing-Io 




359 


Sarah 




May 


25, 


1840 








Edward Hoeber 



90 



3 


18 


Fredericke C. 


Spach 


Mar. 


1, 


1808 


.Mar. 26, 1874 


David Spach 


G 




Children 










51 




4 


300 


Selma C. 




Jan. 


8, 


1833 


July 18, 1863" 


Julius L. Kern 






Beata 




July 


17, 


1834 


July 18, 1834 






361 


Ernestina 




Sept. 


21, 


, 1835 


Jan. 17, 1858 


William Nadig 




362 


Caroline N. 




Aug. 


7 


1838 


ueceasea. 


— Griffith 




363 


Emelius D. 




Nov. 


21,' 


1841 




Cornelia C. Beitel 



91 



3 


19 


Edward ciewell 


Sept. 


1, 


1802 


Deceased 


Fances Ferrel 


G 




Children 












4 


364 


Emma 


June 


23, 


1826 




Henry Schultz 




365 


Moses C. 


Aug. 


11, 


1828 


Dec. 28, 


Matilda Maxwell 






Henrietta Catharine 


Aug. 


2, 


1831 


Aug. 28, 1831 






366 


Joseph Robert 


Sept. 


13, 


J 832 


In war. 


Sophia Orth 






Henry 


Dec. 


12, 


1833 










Milton 


Feb. 


21, 


1836 










Esther 


July 


18, 


1837 










Rebecca 


Sept. 


19, 


1839 










Frances Hannah 


Dec. 


29, 


1842 


1859 





92 



3 


19 


Benjamin Ciewell 


Nov. 


10, 


1804 


Dec. 


31, 


1879 


Augusta Rondthaler 


G 




Children 
















4 


367 


Sophia C. 


July 


3. 


1831 


Mar. 


31. 


1856 


— Cawley 




368 


ETmira 


Oct. 


12. 


1834 








Lewis H. Abel 






Theodore 


Sept. 


5. 


1836 


Mar. 


9, 


18::57 






369 


Edward A. 


Apr. 


18, 


1838 


Oct. 


9, 


1883 


Margaret A. Victor 




370 


Adelaide 


July 


12, 


1840 








Christian F. Hartman 






james B. 


Mar. 


23, 


1848 


Feb. 


17, 


1865 





68 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






93 














3 


19 


Henry G. Cleweli 


May 


29, 


1808 


Dec. 9, 


1882 


Elliza Amelia Edmonds 


G 




Cliildi-en 














4 


371 


Al)raliam H. 


Nov. 


11, 


1834 






Eliza Ann Trine 




372 


FTank A,. 


Mar. 


14. 


1836 






Sarah . A. Cope 




373 


Maria A. 


Mar. 


14. 


1537 


June 7. 


1905 


John G. Meyers 




374 


Emma E. 


Aug. 


13, 


1838 






Jacob J. Hamman 






John J. 


June 


4, 


1840 


xMar. 7, 


1846 






b75 


William C. 


Sept. 


22. 


1843 






Elizabeth Snyder 




376 


Adaline 0. 


Auij'. 


20." 


1846 


Dec. 2, 


1896 


Amandus Werkheiser 






Sarah Jane 


Mav 


21, 


1850 


June 2, 


1S50 






377 


John T. 


Jan. 


3. 


1852 






Otilia J. Moore 






Irwin B. 


Nov. 


16, 


1853 


May 30, 


1862 








Laura F. 


Jan. 




1858 


Nov. 2, 


1867 






378 


Daniel A. 

94 


Nov. 


10, 


1863 






Lillie M. Price 


3 


19 >C. Renatus ClewelU 


Oct. 


13, 


1813 


Apr. 25, 


1857 


Mary Ann Seiss 


G 




Children 














4 




Albert Lewis 
Ellen 


Nov. 
Mar. 


9. 
9. 


1838 
1840 


Dec. 6, 


1838 






379^ 


Lawrence A. v 


Apr. 


12. 


1842 






Narcissa Miller 




Oliver Lovine 


Oct. 


1, 


1848 


June 3. 


1883 


Single 






95 














3 


20 


Daniel Klewell 


Jan. 


1, 


1808 


Decensed 




Mary Whitesell 


G 




Children 














4 




William Abraham 


Aug. 


10, 


1830 


Deceased 




Sin.-le 






Sarah Elizabeth 


Sept. 


30, 


1833 


Deceased 




Single 




380 


Mary Ann 


Apr. 


22, 


1835 


Deceased 




Charles Harris 




381 


Frances Ann 


Jan. 


24," 


1837 






William Scott 






Daniel Henry 


Se])t. 


16, 


1838 


Deceased 




Single 






Joseph William 


.Alar. 


3, 


1842 


Deceased 




Single 






96 














3 


20 


Elizabeth C. Calhoun 


Dec. 


7, 


1825 


July 3, 


1896 


AVilliam F. Calhoun 


«x 




Children 














4 


382 


Sarah J. 


Oct. 


23, 


1S46 






Charles A. Sanders 




b83 


Clarrissa S. 
Georse W. 


May. 


15, 


1848 


Tni'siucy 




Cliarles Lenhart 




384 


Mary E. 


Apr. 


25, 


1852 






Frederick IMcVaugh 




385 


:Matthew A. 






1853 










380 


Amelia L. 


July 


15, 


1854 






William Kneezel 




387 


Elizabeth C. 


Nov. 


20, 


1856 






George W. Frey 




388 


William F. 

97 


Nov. 


20, 


1856 






Susan Wilkey , 


3 


20 


Abraham C. Klewell 


June 


22 


1828 


June 11, 


1905 


Ellen McKeevevr 


G 




Children 














4 




George Washington 
Mary Elizabeth 
Sarah Jane 


May 
June 
June 


6, 
26, 


18m 
iso.-^, 

1865 












Anna Eliza 


June 


26, 


1865 


Mav 30. 


1866 








Emma Clarrissa 


Dec. 


30,' 


1868 


Feb. 8. 


1869 








Daniel 


Jan. 


4, 


1870 









I 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



69 



G-eii. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



25 J. 



98 

Harry Clewell 



•22 C .Elizabeth Clewell 
Cniklren 
■Am Adelia 

390 btephen A. 

391 Delorma M. 

392 Mary L. 

99 

22 Sophia Reinhard 
No Children 



100 

22 M. Beata Beckley 
Chiklren 
Edwin R. 

393 Wilhelmina Mary 

394 Jeremiah I). 

101 

22 Maria C. Reher 
Children 
Had three children, but all died 



Oct. 
Dee. 


3, 

1, 


180G 
1S09 


F(^l). 22. 
May 


1894 

1885 


C. Elizabeth Koehler 
J. Harry Clewell 


Nov. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
May 


22 

15, 
30, 


1832 
1835 
1837 
1S40 






R. F. S. Whittlesey 
limnto C. Seeley 
IMary J. Beebe 
L'voi. Chas. W. Super 


Aug. 


20, 


1811 


Deceased 




Joseph Reinhard 



June 10, 1816 


July 21, 1889 


Jan. 16, 1839 
Nov. 9, 1843 
Apr. 19. 1847 


Sept. 3. 1856 
Feb. 17, 1900 


Sept. 26. 1819 


Deceased 


all died in infancy. 



David Beckkley 



Joseph A. Ullery 
Katie Siders 



102 



22 Sarah L. Leitzle 

Children 
Had two children but both dead 

103 

z3 Lucy Ann Ran 

C ill Id 

395 Eugene A. 

104 

23 Belinda A. Roepper 

Children 

396 Jane E. 
Caroline L. 

397 Charles W. 
Francis A. 
Emma 

105 

24 Louisa C. Uhler 

Children 

398 Jacob A. 

399 Mary 
Eugene C. 

400 Matilda A. 

401 Ida C. 

402 David W. 
John L, 
Emma 

403 Harry G. 



Sept. 23, 1823 Deceased 



Reber 



Rev. William Leitzle 



Oct. 


9, : 


1816 








Simon Rau 


July 


22, 


1848 








Matilda S. Ktose 


Apr. 


2, 


1S19 


:Mar. 


15, 


1893 


William H. Roepper 


May 
Dec. 
Jan. 
July 
Mar. 


3 


1844 








CorneMus W.Krause 


13, 
13, 
21, 
20, 


1845 
1848 
1852 
1858 


June 


3, 


1891 


Single 

Nina Brashear 

Single 


May 


20, 


1818 


May 


12. 


1893 


John Uhler 


Sept. 
July 
Jan. 
Nov. 


16, 

3, 

24, 

20, 


1838 
1839 
1847 
1843 
1845 


June 
Mar. 

Oct. 


11, 
23. 

10, 


1903 
1S63 

1866 


Sarah A. Donaldson 
Augustus H. Laubacli 

John E. Henderson 
John C. Newberry 
Rosanna Wagner 


Aug. 
Apr. 
Aug. 


29, 
16, 
18, 


1850 
1852 
1856 


Fel). 
Sept. 


1. 

14, 


1851 
1853 


Mattie A. Thornburg 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



106 



4 24 Matilda A. Messinger 
F Ciiilclren 

5 404 Louisa 
1614 Lovine W. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



David W. Messinger 
Charles BQasius 



107 



4 25 J. Harry Clewell 

F For family see No. 98 



Oct. 3, ISOG Feb. 22, 1894 C. Blizabetli Koehler 



108 



4 


25 


Sydney A. Clew 


F 




(niildren 


5 




Beatus 
John J. 
Lewis A. 
Mary C. 




406 


Martha A. 

109 


4 


25 


Lewis L. Clewell 


F 




No Children 



INIay 22. 1809 Feb. 14, 1874 Cecelia. Haman 

Feb. 5, 1838 Feb. 6, 18.38 

Aug 19. 1839 Aug. 4. 1840 

Nov. 30, 1840 Dee. 3, 1858 

July 24, 1^4 Oct. 1, 1887 SinsrUe 

Dec. 4. 1848 Walter J. McKee 



May 30, 1811 Mar. 1840 Mary Buzzard 



110 

4 25 U. Oliver Clewell 
F Child 

5 407 Mary Jane 



Oct. 3, 1821 June 25, 1848 Terresse Busse 

Feb. 22, 1848 Howard S. Reeser.M.D. 



Ill 

4 27 Cecelia H. Miksch 
F Children 

5 408 Ida Elizabeth 
1615 Lewis Oliver 

Albert Homy 
Eugene Nathaniel 
Agnes Hortensia 



Jan. 16, 1815 

July 6. 1846 

Feb. 9, 1848 

Sept. 27, 1849 

Apr. 25, 1851 

Apr. 3, 1860 



112 

4 27 Araminta E. Boerstler Aug. 19. 1821 
F No children 



May 22, 1864 Richard F. Miksch 

John F. Beitel 

Sept. 24, 1864 
Jan. 13. 1852 
Jan. 25, 1861 

Feb. 16, 1903 James Boerstler 



113 

4 27 Jacob Lovine Clewell 
1'" Children 

5 409 Anna E. 

410 Eugene 

411 Clara C. 

412 Laura O. 

413 Josei)h 

414 Charles A. 



Mar. 5, 1824 Feb. 28. 1900 Josephine G. Beitel 

Mar. 21, 1854 

July 4, 1855 

Aug. 24. 1857 
July 31, 

Apr. 18, 1861 

July 10, 1866 



Jacob Y. Reed 
Clara Carr 
M. W. Robecker 
Chas. H. Baskin 
Edith Stewart 
Eldora Johnson 



THE OLEWBLL FAMILY. 



Gen, 


, No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






114 














4 
1^' 


2S 


Heury C Clewell 
Cliiklren 


June 19, 


1820 


Nov. 


3, 


1897 


Eliza S. Peisert 


r, 


415 


Carrie A. 


Oct. 22. 


1852 








Fred. J. Rice 




41(; 


En.ii-ene A. 


Jan. 10, 


1854 


Oct. 


19, 


1904 


Emma Mattes 






Benjamin Frank 


June 11, 


1858 


June 


20, 


1802 






417 


Charles H. 


Dec. 7, 


1801 








Jennie M. Gulick 






Robert 0. 


Jan. 21 1803 


Apr. 


30, 


1879 








Harr.v E. 


Aug. 8, 


1866 














115 














4 


28 


Maria E. Steckel 


May 20, 


1835 








William R. Steckel 


F 




Children 














5 


418 


Harry Clinton 


Oct. 2, 


1856 








Cora Hagenbuch 




419 


Robert Whitfield 


Nov. 28, 


1800 








Nellie Mitchell 






Frank Clewell 


Jan. 23. 


1871 


July 


16, 


1903 


Single 






Rev. William Eugene 


Dec. 23, 


1874 














116 














4 


28 


Jacob L. Clewell 


Dec. 21, 


1837 








Emma L. Schmueckle 


F 




Children 














5 


420 


Anna C. 
Maria R. 
Ida Louisa 


Mar. 31. 
Jan. 18, 
Nov. 30, 


1862 
18(M 
1866 








Edmond Grandhamme 




421 


William H. (M. D.) 
Addie A. 

117 


5?ept. 17, 
Feb. 11, 


1869 
1871 








Nellie B. Armour 


4 


29 


Sylvester A. Clewell 


Apr. 13. 


1835 








f 1. Anna Maria Bauer 
\ 2. C. Fensterm acker 


















F 




Children (first wife) 














5 




Lewis F. 


.Tune 24, 


1858 


Jan. 


7^ 


1800 






422 


Emma Louisa 


Sept. 25, 


1800 








Henry Rockel 






Mary Jane 


Oct. 25, 


1802 


Dece 


■ased 








423 


Robert F. 


May 9, 


1805 








Ida C. Fenstermacker 






Edward E. 






Deceased 








424 


Albert E. 


Julv 28. 


1809 








Mary L. Krause 






Thomas S. 


Oct. 19, 


1872 


Deceased 










118 














4 


29 


Louisa C. Springer 


Oct. 0, 


1830 








Levi L. Springer 


F 




Children 














5 




Reatus 


Dec. 19, 


1871 


Deceased 










Flora A 


July 17. 


1873 


Sept 


. 1. 


1873 








Beata 


Julv 17. 


1873 


Deceased 










Leibert Clewell 


Mar. 9, 


1875 


Dec. 


23. 


1879 








119 














4 


29 


Henrietta W. Dally 


July 25, 


1840 


Dec. 


24, 


1897 


Lorenzo Daily 


F 


42^ 


Children 
Morris G. 


Julv 20, 


1809 








Sallie A. Doll 




426 


Frederick L. 
Levin T. 
Oliver L. 
Mary F. 
Helen J. 


Feb. 2, 
Dec. 5, 
Sept. 19, 
Nov. 11, 
Jan. 22, 


1871 

1872 
, 1875 
, 1878 

1881 








Elizabeth Stehlig 



72 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. No 


Names 




Born 




Died Married to 




120 












133 


Catharine L. 


Clewell 


Jan. 


12, 


1857 


r William H. Clewell 
Jan. 27, 1904 \ Catherine L Trein 


4 29 


William H. 


Clewell 


May 


1, 


1845 


F 


Childreu 












5 

427 


Fred S. 
Thomas D. 
Mary L. 
William E. 




July 
July 


23. 

26, 


1879 
1881 


EMa Eberhard 






Aug. 


3, 


1883 


May 22, 1884 






Aug. 


19, 


1885 






Leon P. 




Dee. 


25, 


1888 






Katie Louisa 




Jan. 


3, 


1890 






Edward B. 




Aug. 


11, 


1896 






Jonu J. 




Feb. 


20, 


1899 






121 












4 29 

F 


Thomas T. ( 
No children 


Clewell 


Nov. 


12, 


1848 


Cecelia Kurtz 



122 

4 30 Lesetta Louisa Bauer 
F Child 

5 428 Augusta E. 

123 

4 30 Mary Vogenitz Lehman 



Sept 25, 1808 Feb. 12, 1862 George F. BaUv-r 
June 8, 1835 Aug. 14, 1876 Franklin B. Steiuer 



F 




Children 








5 


429 


Frank F. 


Dec. 


10. 


1832 




430 


Cornelia H. 


May 


22, 


1834 




431 


Matilda 


Aug. 


26, 


1837 




432 


Ellen J. 


July 


23, 


1841 




433 


Sarah E. 


Aug. 


3, 


1843 




434 


Eliza S. 


Sept. 


18, 


1848 




435 


William F. 
Adalaide 


July 


29, 






436 


Edmond 










437 


Calvin 










438 


Caroline 










439 


Emelia 
124 








4 


30 


Elfrieda C. Miksch 


Feb. 


21, 


1815 


F 




Children 








5 




Kniinn Julian 


Jan. 


9. 


1838 




440 


Eward L. 


Mar. 


3, 


1840 




441 


Charles W. 


Mar. 


16, 


1849 



Dec. 25, 1811 Deceased 



Apr. 15, 1888 



Jan. 1, 1882 

Deceased 

Deceased 



1. Sameul Vogenitz 

2. Lehman 

Margaret Young 
Levi Fehr 
Edwin Litzenberger 
Nathan Bander 
Charles Rohn 
Charles C. Schmidt 
Matilda Fink 

Mary Allencler 
Sohia Siglev 
Harry Mo.^er 
Joseph Trumbauer 



May 19. 1898 Francis Miksch 

Single 

Catherine Stout 
Maria W. Kiefer 



125 



r. Einelia C. Clewell Kern Mar. IC, bSK; 

Nov. 27. 1844 June 17. 1815 



Child (first husband) 
Ellen Eliza 



Feb. 9. 1877 f 1. Edwin F. Clewell 
\ 2. Gustave Kern 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



73 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 


Married to 




126 












4 30 


Harriet Bates 


Dec. 


16, 


1820 


Jan. 16, 1890 


Harvey Bates 


b' 


Cliildren 












5 442 


Alfred 


Apr. 


KS, 


1845 




Sarah Drehr 


1618 


Eillen Jane 


May 


8, 


1850 








Emma Augusta 


Apr. 


8, 


1851 


Deceased 




1617 


Charles Henry 


July 


2. 


1853 








Mary E. 


Apr. 


2, 


1856 


May 3, 1878 




448 


Edgar A. 


July 


20, 


1857 




Mary Bobbins 


1616 


Christian 

127 












4 30 


Alfred Danke 


^ept. 


18, 


1826 


Jan. 31, 1900 


Susan Sober 



128 

31 A. M. Fredericke Christ 

Children 
Eugene Benjamin 
Henry Abraham. 
444 Francis Cornelius 

129 

32 Charlotta Backer 



Feb. 


20, 


1822 


Mar. 


16, 


1865 


Nov. 
May 
Dec. 


13, 

9, 

11, 


1846 
1848 
1851 


Jan. 
Aug. 


8, 
10, 


1866 
1854 


Sept. 


23. 


1812 









Richard Christ 



Aquila E. Woodring 



narjorta BacKer ^^epI. z,->. i^i^ 

No further information of this family could be obtained 

130 

32 Mary E. Smith Oct. 9, 1816 

No further information of this family could be obtained 



Martz Bacher 



Smith 



131 

4 33 Fredericke Fehr 
F Children 

5 445 Edwin H. 

446 Anna Elizabeth 

447 Ellen S. 
1558 Ephraim G. 

Louisa F. 

448 Sabina M. 

449 Thomas J. 

450 Sarah M. 

451 Emmia S. 

452 Olevia C. 

453 Elmer R. 
Robert 



Jan. 17, 1823 Mar. 15, 1895 Michael G. Fehr 



June 1, 1843 

July 17, 1845 

Apr. 18, 1847 

Mar. 26, 1850 

Sept. 12. 18.52 

Nov. 8, 1854 
Sept. 5, 1856 

Nov. 5, 1857 

July 23, 1860 

Aug. 10. 1863 

Mar. 10, 1866 

Mar. 10, 1866 



June 4, 1886 



Mar. 25, 1859 
Mar. 28, 1901 



July 



1890 



Etta Brown 
William Seyfried 
Wm. H. J. Johnson 



Edwin Hunter 
Jane Flyte 
George ^Meyers 
Jacob Stautfer 
AVilliam H. Miller 
Dora Fierce 



132 

4 34 Francis T. Clewell 
F Children 

5 454 Catharine E. 

Samuel J. 
455 William Francis 



Apr. 28, 1818 Apr. 20. 1847 Susan Keller 



Dec. 2. 1839 
Sept. 16. 1844 
Sept. 16, 1846 



Feb. 10. 1896 
:\rar. 2. 1868 
Dec. 24, 1901 



Gideon Stein niotz 

Sinsil'e 

Mary E. Forrest 



74 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



133 



4 


34 


I.ou-sa C. Treiu 


Apr. 


22, 


1820 


Apr. 6, 1895 


David Treiu 


F 




Ciuldreii 












5 


45G 


Matilda 


Apr. 


3, 


1840 




Florentine Seyfried 






Peter S. 


Mar. 


14. 


1842 


Mar. 17, 1842 






457 


Sabina M. 


Jan. 


28, 


1844 




Ephraim I.oux 




458 


Israel D. 


Mar. 


1, 


1847 




Louisa Hall 






Sarah Ann 


Sept. 


2 


1848 


Sept. 11, 1853 






459 


William H. 


Aug, 


15,' 


1854 




Ellen Daniel 




460 


Catliarine L. 


Jan. 


12. 


1857 




William H. Clewell 




461 


Stephen A. 


Sept. 


10, 


1861 




Lucinda p:bbeeke 



134 



34 Caroline E. Fehr 
Children 

462 James H. 
Emma C. 

463 Josiah S. 

464 Israel R. 

465 Francis G. 



Dec. 10, 1822 

June 3. 1849 

Aug. 12, 1853 

Feb. 14, 1858 

Apr. 24, 1860 

Oct. 11, 1864 



Nov. 8, 1902 Reuben Fehr 

Jarana E. C. If ever 



Dec. 10, 1S5() 



Amanda Bellisfteld 
Amelia Marlde 
Catherine Frantz 



135 

34 Julian P. Fern 
Children 

466 Franklin R. 

467 Louisa E. 

468 Malinda E 

469 Andrew L. 
J. Maria 

470 Ellen P. 

471 Sally Ann 

472 Tilffhman F. 

473 Isaac S. 

474 Matilda C. 

475 Clara S. 
467 Lovin J. 
477 Marv Y. 



Jan. 


21. 


1825 


Aug. 


17, 


1870 


Joseph Fehr 


May 


14, 


1846 








Emma Haberstumpf 


^ept. 


lY, 


1847 








Abraham IVIillheim 


Sept. 


23, 


1848 








Josiah George 


Dec. 


7, 


1849 








Sally Ann Bruiker 


Mar. 


7, 


1851 


Jan. 


19, 


1856 




IMar. 


22 


18.i2 








Herman Haberstumpf 


Sept. 


10. 


i 8.-13 


May 


9. 


1883 


John Hogan 


Sept. 


24. 


18.54 








Ellen Brinker 


Feb. 


2, 


18.57 








Elmira Frack 


Oct. 


19, 


1859 








Clarence P. Hineline 


Apr. 


7, 


1862 








Henry Schlegel 


Julv 


20, 


1864 








Amanda Kostenbader 


Oct. 


18, 


1866 








Lewis Kostenbader 



136 



34 J. Reuben Clewell 
Cliildren 
Israel J. 

478 Tilghmau LI. 
Thomas F. 

479 ^Monroe Ij. 

480 Catharine E. 

481 Ellen S. 



Jan. 13, 182' 



Aug. 10, 1852 

-Aug. 19, 18.54 

Dec. 21, 18.56 

Oct. 5, 18.59 

Dec. 1. 1864 

Nov. 20, 1867 



Fel). 24, 1893 Henrietta Kaske 

Aug. 10. 1855 

Emma Fehnel 

Dec. 27, 1895 Single 

Annie Kostenbader 
John Reese 
Mathias Roth 



THE CLEWBiLL FAMILY. 



75 



Gen 


. No. 


JNames 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






137 












4 


34 


Sabina M. Saylor 


Oct. 22, 


1829 


June 17, 


1891 


John Saylor 


h 




Children 












5 


482 


Ellen C. 


Nov. 16, 


1853 






James Walter 




483 


Reuben F. 


Sept. 9, 


1854 






Sarah Savitz 




4S4 


Eugene F. 


Jan. 14, 


1856 






Mary J. Werner 




485 


Emma L. 


Feb. 12, 


1858 






Charles A. Straub 






William J. 


Feb. 5, 


1859 


Apr. 2. 


1861 






486 


Edward L. 


Feb. 8, 


1861 






Henrietta L. Stuber 




487 


Anna Elizabeth 


May 5, 


1865 






Harry Woodrow 






Samuel J. 


Aug. 28, 


1866 


Sept. 4, 


1866 






488 


Francis G. 


Feb. 27. 


1868 






Helen Siegfried 




489 


Clara 
138 


Aug. 17, 


1872 






.HoAvard Young 


4 


34 


Andrew F. Clewell 


May 22, 


1833 






Louisa Schmickle 


F 




Children 












5 


490 


Edwin H. 


Feb. 20. 


1858 






Ida V. Fehr 




491 


James A. 


Nov. 17, 


1859 






Elizabeth Werner 




492 


Clemenece M. 


Mar. 11, 


1861 






Lizzie C. Renner 




493 


Oliver S. 


Oct. 9. 


1862 






Ida A. Bellisfidd 




494 


Joseph Lr': 


Feb. 15, 


1866 






Emma Rissmiiler 




495 


Clara 

139 


Dec. 13, 


1873 






Schuyler Thomas 


4 


34 


Henry S. Clewell 


Apr. 28, 


1837 


June 2, 


1879 


Fayetta Steinu'.etz 


F 




Children 












5 


496 


Emma C. 


Oct. 11, 


1865 






Harwi Breidinger 




497 


Edna R. 


June 25, 


1867 






George Young 




498 


Laura M. 


Oct. 17, 


1869 






INIartin Wolbach 






Samuel H. 


Aug. 18, 


1871 


June 17, 


1879 






499 


Carrie L. 

140 


July 18. 


1876 






Milton Itterly 


4 


34 


Lewis B. Clewell 


Mar. 27, 


1839 






Rebecca Heimer 


F 




Child 












5 


500 


Annie Catharine 
141 


Dec. 13, 


1868 






Howard Siegfried 


4 


34 


Anna Elizabeth Friebely May 8, 


1842 


Oct. 24, 


1892 


Julius C. Friebely 


F 




Children 












5 


501 


William H. 


Nov. 25, 


1865 






Ellen Wright 




502 


Lizzie M. 


Nov. 30, 


1871 






Fred. Wunderiy 




503 


Clara C. 
Annie R. 

142 


Nov. 10, 
June 25, 


1873 

1877 






Allen Keller 


4 

F 


34 


Susan Maria Kern 
Cliildren 


Oct. 6, 


1852 






Edward C. Kern 


5 




Wilson A. 


May 15, 


1873 










504 


Allen S. 


July 15. 


1874 






Lotta Titzel 




505 


Calvin C. 


Dec. 14. 


1875 






Laura Fenstermaker 




506 


David L. 
Andrew G. 


Aug. 21, 
Aug. 13. 


1877 
1879 






Annie Nace 






Walter L. 


Oct. 26, 


1881 


Feb. 22, 


1882 








Anna M. 


May 15. 


1S83 












Clara S. 


Oct. 2. 


1885 












Susan B. 


Sept. 20, 


1887 












Edgar A. 


May 5, 


1889 









76 



genealog:^: ub- 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 




143 








4 35 
F 


Maria L. Fehr 
Ohiklren 


June 22, 1820 


Feb. 23, 1819 


George Febr 


5 507 
508 
509 


Oiliver L. 
Henry P. 
Lovin A. 
Samuel H. 


Mar. 14, 1841 
May 21, 1843 
Oct. 2, 1844 
Feb. 21. 1849 


In Infancy 


Louisa Sevfried 
Eliza C. Schortz 
Margaret Odenwdder 



144 

4 35 S. Henry A. Siegfried 

V Cliildren (first wife) 

5 510 Ellen 
5n Maria 

With second wife 
William H. 
Lucinda R. 
Thomas J. 

512 Sabina M. 

513 Granville H. 
Milton P. 
Sarah J. 



Feb. 15, 1825 



May 13. 1846 

Nov. 29, 1849 

Nov. 18, 1852 

Mar. 12. 18.54 

Jan. 7. 1856 

May 7, 1857 

Oct. 28. 1858 

Feb. 9. 1865 

Apr. 28, 1866 



Feb. 



0. 1894 f 1. Caroline Gold 

t 2. A. L. Plattenberger 



Feb. 20, 1905 Philip G. Schmickly 
John J. Fehr 

Aug. 22, 1853 
Nov. 28. 1856 
Jan. 14, 1856 



Nov. 28. 1866 
Sept. 3, 1867 



Alfred Walter 
Emma B. Ritter 



145 

4 35 Lovina A. 
E Children 

5 514 Sabina M. 
515 Lovin J. 



Keller 



July 6. 1826 Jan. 26, 1872 William Keller 



Jan. 19, 1850 
IMay 9. 1853 



Reuben Fehr 
Annie IMichael 



146 

35 Joseph W. Siegfried 
Children 

516 James F. 

517 William A. 

518 Emma L. 
Oscar H. 

519 Charles P. 

520 Howard J. 

521 Robert L. 



Apr. 5. 1831 July 8. 1893 Maria Saylor 



Aug. 22. 1855 

]Mav 9. 1857 

Sept. 3. IS.- 9 

Feb. 27, 1863 

Aug. 13. 1865 

Apr. 7, 1869 

Dec. 18. 1871 



June 21, 1879 
Apr. 28. 1863 



Abyssinia Johnson 
Emma Heckman 
Monroe P. Lind 

Sarah Messinger 
Annie C. Clewell 
Madora Giersch 



147 

4 36 Aaron N. Clewell 
F Chihiren 

5 522 Thomas B. 

Eugene H. 
Mary M. 
523 Alice E. 



Dec. 


o2 


1828 


Dec. 


6. 


18.16 


.Tan. 


1. 


18.59 


Aug. 


15, 


1862 


Sept. 


2 


i,S64 



Sarah Y. Bachman 
Sarah C. Lehr 

Guy T. Wear 



148 

4 36 Robert A. Clewell 
F No children 



June 20. 1833 June .30, 1867 



Amanda Willauer 



THE CLE WELL FAMILY. 



77 



Gen 


. No. 


- Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






149 
















4 


37 


Maria Louisa Kampman 


Z^Iar. 


2, 


1821 


Jan. 


10, 


1898 


Rev. L. F. Kampman 


i^' 




Cliildren 
















5 


524 


Albert 


Feb. 


4, 


1845 








Anna A. Harned 






Clarence 


May 


22, 


1846 


June 


4, 


1805 






525 


Joseph 


June 


30, 


1848 






1889 


Anna K. Patterson 




526 


Laura 


Mar. 


27 


1850 


June 


25, 


1884 


Rev. AV. H. N'ogler 






Francis 


Dee. 


22 


1851 


June 


22 


,1852 








Mary 


Aug. 


14, 


1854 


Aug. 


19, 


1870 


Singi-e 




527 


Theodore 


Oct. 


31, 


1857 








Maggie E. Scholl 






Edmund 


June 


10, 


1801 


July 


14. 


i8(;i 








150 
















4 


37 


Caroline E. Luckenbach 


Oct 


(j, 


1822 


Apr. 


30, 


1905 


R'ben 0. Luckenbacli 


F 




Children 
















5 




Henry J. 
Theodore 






1843 
1847 






1844 
1853 






528 


Edward H. 
151 


Mar. 


18. 


1849 


July 


12. 


1883 


Helen C. Quirk 


4 


37 


Henry J. Uerter 


Oct. 


4. 1827 


Nov. 


28. 


1864 


^Nlagdalena BIoss 


i^' 




Childi-en 
















5 


529 
530 


William Henry, Rev. 
Alice M. 


Apr. 
Aug. 


9, 
19, 


1848 
1850 








Anna M. Bishop 
Frank Hnth 






Francis E. 


.j'une 


30, 


1852 








Single 




531 


Howard M. 

152 


Apr. 


30, 


18a3 








C'nst'nce Krayanbiihl 


4 


3S 


Jacob L. Fulkerson 


Dec. 


13, 


1819 


Deceased 




Sarah Leinbach 


F 




No children 

153 
















4 


38 


William F. Fulkerson 


Slav. 


30, 


1821 


Dec. 


27, 


1903 


Margaret Heberling 


F 




Children 
















5 




Cyrus Wellington 


Apr. 


14. 


1848 






1849 






532 


Emma Louisa 


Dec. 


31, 


1849 








Fred. Beehn 






Harriet Amelia 


Mar. 


25, 


1851 


xUay 




1807 






533 


Ceorge Monroe 


Mar. 


16, 


1852 








Lydia F. Cripe 




534 


Jacob Reed 


Sept. 


30, 


1855 








Sarah J\L Seward 




535 


Alice Carnal ia 


Nov. 


24, 


1857 








Rev. B. F. Cargay 




530 


Julia .losephine 


July 


11, 


1860 








B. F. McFaddin 




537 


Sarah Ann 


Oct. 


30. 


1866 








G. C. Stanley 


i 


538 


Artha Agnes 

154 


Sept. 


29, 


1872 








W. E. Messinger 


4 


39 


Sarah E. Romig 


Feb. 


11, 


1827 


Mar. 


18, 


1850 


Thomas Romig 


F 




Child 
















5 




Ellen H. 

155 


Jan. 


1, 


1846 


Nov. 


24, 


1804 




4 


39 


Emma Smith 


June 


0, 


1829 


Jan. 


30, 


1807 


Mathias Smith 


F 




Children 
















5 


539 


John F. 


June 


12, 


1852 


.Alar. 


31. 


1901 


Fisher 






Henry J. 


Nov. 


28, 


1854 


:\Lar. 


19, 


1862 






540 


Sarah C. 


Apr. 


9, 


1857 








John Bright 




541 


Edward F. 


Apr. 


27, 


1860 








Eva Sehmoyer 




542 


Emile S. 


June 


3, 


1862 








:Mary A. Sacks 




543 


William C. 


July 


27, 


1864 








Minnie Westbrook 



GENEALOGY OF 



Ge 


a. No. 


Names 




Born 




Died 




Married to 






156 














4 


40 


Anna (Nancy) 


Pfeiffer 


July 24, 


1807 


Mar. 1, 


1S04 


Hem-y Pfeiffer 


G 

5 


15(J6 
1507 


Childi'eu 
William P. 
Mary 




\pr. 7, 
Aug-. 12. 


1832 
is: '.5 


May 2. 
June 25, 


181U 
ISOO 


Eliza Rader 
Samuel Yost 




1508 
1509 


James A. 

Ellen 

157 




Sept. 17, 
Oct. 15, 


1838 
!813 


Feb. 14, 


1877 


Kosaiina Reif 
Owen B. Sigley 


4 


40 


Rebecca Stubei 




Mar. 13, 


1812 






Joseph Stuber 



158 



4 


40 


Edward Clewell 


Dec. 


3, 


1813 


Deceased 




Fianna Wesner 


G 




Children 














5 


544 


:Martin Henry 


Feb. 


19. 


1842 


Mar. 20. 


1907 


Rebecca Delaphin 




5-15 


Albert Wilson 


Jan. 


3, 


1851 


Oct. 3, 


1900 


Emma Alathers 




1574 


Robert. Sylvanus 

159 


Oct. 


20, 


1850 


Deceased 






4 


40 


Sarah Hildebrand 


Sept. 


18, 


1820 


Oct. 29, 


1901 


Joseph Hildebrand 


G 




Children 














5 


540 


^Villiam 


July 


2_ 


1842 


July 12, 


1891 


Mary E. Dillatfl 




547 


Mary A. 

160 


Apr. 


o 


1850 






John K. Lougenhagen 


4 


40 


James W. Clewell 


July 


1 E 


,1823 


:May 27, 


1895 


1. Susal Sarah 

2. Clara Shafer 


G 




Children (lirst wife) 














5 


548 


Ida 


:\Lir. 


31, 


1851 






Theodore Reninger 




549 


Lilly 

Leana 

Virginia 

161 


Mar. 


20, 


1858 


Deceased 
Deceased 




Milton Kern 

Single 

Single 


4 


40 


Caroline Crouse 


Nov 


30. 


1826 






Hiram B. Crouse 


G 




Children 














5 


550 


Mary J. 


June 


23, 


1849 






Reuben H. Peter 




551 


Oliver H. 


Feb. 


18, 


1851 






Rebecca Gochenour 




552 


Chi-istina S. 


Apr. 


12, 


1857 






George Kuhns 




553 


Caroline A. 


Dec. 


21, 


1858 






William Millei- 




554 


John C. 


July 


31, 


1800 






Lucy Kuhns 




555 


George m. 


Sept. 


10, 


1802 






Louisa Fi-ey 




550 


Martha E. 


Apr. 


3. 


lS(i5 


Mar. 30, 


1902 


William Erdel 




557 


James R. 

162 


Aug. 


9, 


1871 






Ida J. j\[itton 


4 


40 


S. Eliza Snyder 


Aug. 


19, 


1829 






Lewis Snyder 


G 




Children 














5 




Lovine Johnson 








Infancy 








558 


Augustus H. 


Feb. 


18. 


1853 






Amanda Daniel 




559 


Emma 


Apr. 


10, 


1855 






William Newbold 




500 


Marcus W. 


June 


18, 


1857 






Sarah Bartholomew 



501 Einele Warren 

502 Ida Louisa 



Ida Stuber 
Henry Miller 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



79 



Geu. No. 



Died 



Married to 



163 

40 Keabeii 11. Oleweii 

C'liihlreii 
'AV.i Harriet .M. 
01)4 ^vinanda T. 
ncs All.ert B. 

Harr.v 

William L. 
506 James H. 
51)7 Minnie F. 

No cliildren with second wife. 



Feb. 15, 


1833 


June 12. 


I'JUT 


Jan. 22, 


1860 






Aug. 29, 


1861 






Oct. 21, 


1862 






Jan. S, 


18<>5 


Jan. 8, 


1865 


May 28, 


1866 


Nov. 10, 


1866 


Julj^ 1, 


1872 






Sept. 27, 


1876 







( 1. Mar.y Ann Laiuli? 
(^ 2. Mar.v E. llanna 

Jolm C. Ferrier 
Will. am Tinliel 
Ailis Peterson 



Belle Rutherford 
Clarence Retherford 



164 

4 4(t Ijiiiannel Clewell 
G C'hiUlreu 

5 5(i8 Franklin 1'. 
5()9 iiijnina S. 
569 Charles E. J. 

165 

4 41 AVilliam Clewell 

G Children 

5 570 Richard E. 

571 Ed. Sylvester 

572 Josephine Elizabeth 
Maria 

166 

4 41 Lizette T. Bishop 
G No children 



Feb. 



1837 



Nov. 1. 1S59 
Nov. 28, 18iiO 
June 4, 1869 



June 15, 1807 



Apr. 14. 1833 

Aug. 30, 1834 

Apr. 19, 18:*>8 

Nov. 1843 



Aug. 29, 1810 



June 28. 1881 Hannah Fluck 



Annie Eisenhard 
Milton Wolf 



iH'eb. 



1870 



Jan. 19, 1871 ( 1. Susan Frulinaer 

\ 2. Abagail Reinhjjrt 

Feb. 10. 1881 Sarah Young 

Ma.v 2. 1888 Fayette Place 

1872 Joseph Ricksecker 
Aue:. 15. 1873 



1870 I 1. Henry Kuester 

\ 2. Jonathan Bishop 



167 



4 41 


Henry J. Clewell 


(4 


Children 


5 573 


Augustus B. 


574 


iLliza 


575 


AVilliam H. 


576 


Oliver E. 


577 


Ben.iamin Fraidv 


578 


Lewis S. 


579 


itebecca E. 


580 


Cornelia 


581 


Amos B. 


582 


Isaiah B. 


583 


George 




168 


4 41 


Cornelia Regenna: 


G 


Childi'en 


5 584 


Dr. Eugene ii. 




Walter S. 




Laura S. 



July 


29, 


1812 


July 


18, 


rS99 


Susan Moharter 


Aug. 


12. 


1836 


Feb. 


20. 


1899 


Corde'ia Zehner 


Sept. 


22 


1837 








Tilghman :\roliarter 


Feb. 


16.' 


1840 








Margaret Huddleson 


Mar. 


15. 


1842 








Elizabeth Gordner 


July 


14. 


1844 








Sarah Kline 


Nov. 


7, 


1848 








Alice Wolf 


Nov. 


28, 


1849 








Anthony I^oftus 


Aug. 


9, 


1851 








Alfred Edwards 


Nov. 


14. 


1853 








Lucina Sitter 


Oct. 


18. 


1855 








Lucinda E. Rhinord 


Oct. 


12. 


1856 








Eva Tubbs 


June 


7, ! 


1815 








Rev. J'hn J. Regennas 


INIav 


14, 


1853 








EMa Sturgis 


July 


8. 


1855 


:\Iar. 


17, 


1878 








1857 


Infancy 







80 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



169 

4 41 Louisa ^Veiuland 
G Children 

5 585 George D. 



Born 



Died 



Jan. 28, 1818 Deceased 
July 18, 1854 



Married to 



Edward O. Weinland 
Anna E. Heilruan 



170 



4 


41 


Charlotte O. Osborne 


Sept. 


29, 


1820 


Aug. 1, 1900 


Palmer Osborne 


G 




Chudreu 












5 




George Augustus 


Dec. 


13, 


1847 


Oct. 2(), 1901 


Single 




58(> 


Anna Eliza 


Dec. 


11. 


1850 


Mar. 5, 1881 


A. A. Gardiner 






Laura 


Nov. 


2G. 


1855 




Singl^e 




5S7 


Gloraine 


Aug. 


3, 


1857 




Raujier Hasten 




588 


Edwiard P. 


Mar. 


17, 


1862 




Bertha E. Desh 



171 

4 41 Samuel B. Clewell 
G Children 

5 589 Adelaide L. 

590 Oliver A. 

591 Benjamin F. 

592 Edwin H. 
Cornelia E. 

593 Samuel G. 



Nov. 22, 1822 May 22, ISOli 



May 10, 1847 

Oct. 19, 1850 

Aug. 4, 1852 

Oct. 9, 1854 

Jan. 5, 1861 

Mar. 12, 1864 



May 22, 1801 



Elizabeth Tom bier 

John J. Opp 
Hattie Rhoads 
Lydia Ti-oxell 
Ellen Horn 

Georgiana Goth 



172 



4 


42 


Eliza Yoe 


G 




Children 


5 


594 


Owen 




595 


xMary M. 




1619 


Sarah 



Mar. 4, 1810 Deceased 

Mar. 17, 1854 
Sept. 1850 



Peter Yoe 

Maggie M. Myers 

John L. Crawford 

Crawford 



173 



4 


42 


Catharine 


.Moy 


er 


Jan. 


10, 


1812 


Deceased 


Moyer 


G 




Children 
















5 


59() 


Susan 






Oct. 




1833 




G. W. Else 




597 


Hiram 






Feb. 


15, 


1839 








598 


r]'dward 






Nov. 


15, 


18-17 


Dec. 13, 1901 


Elmira Wanicli 






Jennie 






Nov. 


7, 


1856 




Single 



174 



4 


42 


Jacob Clewell 


Jan. 


3, 


1814 


Apr. 


27, 


1877 


Eliza Brobst 


G 




Children 
















5 


599 


Christian 


Jnly 


12, 


1840 








Amelia Martz 




600 


Sarah 


Jan. 


3, 


1843 








R. H. Sittler 




(iOl 


Charles 


Jan. 


10. 


1845 


Oct. 


28, 


1898 


Lvdia Walp 




602 


Jeremiah 


Sept. 


25. 


1S47 


Oct. 


14. 


ino3 


Alida Renift 




60.'', 


Clara 


Oct. 


15. 


1852 


Jan. 


4, 


1879 


AVilliam Harpstcr 
David Crites 




W4 


Hannah 


May 


29, 


1856 









THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



81 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



175 

i 42 Sarah Miller 
G Children 

5 (J05 rhilip H. 

UOij :Mary :Margaret 



Oct. 3, 1817 Apr. 9. 1904 Elijah Miller 

May 15, 184G Emma Shuman 

Apr. 29, 1848 Jerome Shuman 



176 

4 42 Mary Ann Ee\yars 
a Children 

5 GOT James S. 
GOS Clara M. 
609 Anna 



Feb. 4, 1821 



Noy. 2G. 1850 
Dec. IS, 1851 



1903 William I.ewars 

Mary H. Bnbb 

Rev. Joseph G. Griffith 

Frank Caress 



177 



4 


42 


Matilda Roberts 


G 




Children 


5 


(UO 


William Henry 




1620 


Anna 




Gil 


Sarah 




612 


Edward 
David 




G13 


Clarence 

Clara 

Clay 




614 


Joseph 




615 


Arthur 




616 


Harvey 



Jan. 20, 1822 

Apr. 28, 1846 

Sept. 2. 1853 
Sept. 21, 1854 

Sept. 9. ISGO 

Sept. 9, 18G0 

Sept. 9. ISGO 

Oct. 2. 18G2 



Mar. 25, 1868 



Sept. 10, 18G0 
Sept. 11, nSGO 



Josiah Roberts 

Ellen Barnd 

Charles Decker 
Alvaretta Lewis 
No report 
Dora Ranch 



Malinda May 

Mary Ranch 

Maria Fenstermaker 



178 

4 42 Lavina Fincher 
G No children 



Aug. 19, 1825 Oct. 31, 1850 Jeremiah Fincher 



179 



4 42 G. William Clewell 
G Children 

5 617 Jennie L. 
618 William H. 
639 Artley D. 



June 8, 1828 

Nov. 3, 1870 

July 10, 1872 

Mar. 25, 1876 



Catherine E. Artley 

F. A. Newcomer 
Malinda Stump 
Malinda Fisher 



184 



4 


44 


Joseph Cle\\ 


•ell 














G 


620 


Children 
Rebecca 














Henrich Gittinger 




(i21 


Esther 




Feb. 


10, 1834 








Levi Getter 




622 


Finanna 




Jan. 


1, 1836 


Aug. 


14, 


1901 


Jacol) Reph 




623 


Susan 














Reuben Newhard 




624 


Daniel 




Sept. 


7, 1841 








Caroline Fradeueck 



82 



GENEALOGY OF 



I 



Geu. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 




185 












4 44 


George Clewell 




1804 




1889 


Sarah Moliartrr 


G 


Childreu 












5 (>25 




Sept. 6, 


1841 






Amianda Keener 


U2a 


Alary 
Soliuda 


Jan. 27, 


1 842 


Dec. 8, 


1884 


Jacob Eclcrote 


U27 




1845 


July 14, 


1889 


Edward Dreisbach 


ti28 


Joliu F. 


Dec. 2, 


1853 






Margaret Morgjiu 


t>29 


Jacob 






Dec. 27, 


1903 


Katie Root 


1G21 


(Jeorge 












1(>22 


Reuben 












G30 


Caroline 










Henry Wintersteen 


631 


Rebecca 










Trumbore 


<)32 


Susan 










Peter Moyer 


633 


Harriet 










Hiram Freeman 



186 

4 44 Samuel Clewell 
G Children 

5 634 John 
1623 William 



Mary Ecker 



187 

4 45 Christian D. Sides 
G Children 

1624 (4eorge M. 
John P. 

1625 James H. 

635 Rebecca M. 
l(>2r> Mary C. 
1627 William F. 
1()28 Christian 

636 Levi H. 
1630 Ambrose E. 
1630 Elizabeth G. 

Rosa J. 



Nor. 24, 1805 Sept. 5, 1879 



Oct. 21, 1834 

Sept. 17, 1836 

June 30, 1838 

Sept. 22, 1840 
July 10. 1843 

Nov. 17, 1845 

Feb. 24, 1848 

Oct. 23, 1850 

Nov. 27. 1852 

June 4, 1857 

Mar. 12, 1863 



Fnknown 



Alpha M. Taylor 

Lashmit 

— ■ Zimmerman 



Amos Fav,' 

Reicn 

Spaugh 

Burk 



Nancy Faw 

Spaugh 

Johnson 



192 

4 47 Thomas Rominger 
G Children 

5 Beatrus 
Clerinda Rosina 
Cornel his Nathaniel 

637 Sarah Ann 

1630 Jonathan Permanus 

ie>32 Isaac James 

038 William Thomas 



Apr. 17, 1798 May 20, 1852 Catherine Miller 



:\Iav 22, 1832 

Mar. 31, 1835 

Sept. 10, 1836 

Oct. 16, 1838 

Aug. 26, 1840 

Jan. 27, 1842 

Nov. 25, 1845 



Infancy 

Deceased 

Deceased 



William A. .Tohnson 
Mfiry Bovd 
Ellie White 
:Martha Elrod 



193 



4 47 Phel)e P. Padgett 
G No report 



Oct. 22, 1802 



Padgett 



194 

Elizal>eth Haines 
No reiiort 



Dec. 12, 1805 



Haines 



THE CLEWE'LL FAMILY. 



83 



Gren. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married, to 



195 

4 47 Salome Mulican 
G CliikU'eu 

5 1G33 Martha Caroline 

Sarali Elizabeth 
Amanda lio-sina 
Andrew Alex 

1511 Eli Wilson 
1U34 Lewis Cornelins 
1635 Rebecca Virginia 

1512 Enoch Pearce 



Feb. 



1S08 



Apr. 29, 1830 

Aug. 23, 1835 

Feb. 1, 1838 

Feb. 1, 1838 

Sept. 15, 1840 

Jan. 15, 1848 

Feb. 5, 1850 

Apr. 27, 1853 



Mar. 31, 1894 



Mar. 7, 1848 

187^. 

Mar. IG, 1848 



Lewis S. Mulican 
Alex H. Ellis 



>Susan' Shutt 
Nancy Vest 
Samuel Davis 
Catherine Kritsfeezer 



196 



4 47 Rebecca Ann Wommack 
G Children 

5 1480 Roswell A. 

G39 Sarah C. 

640 James C. 



Apr. 27, 1813 Aug. 26, 1S98 Wilson W. Wommack 



July 2G, 1837 
Nov. 16, 1838 
Aug. 26, 1842 



Letta Ann Lehman 
Thomas D. Cooper 
Eliza J. Mikel 



197 



4 47 Eliza M. C. Welfare 
(i No report 



Nov. 



r, 1810 



Welfare 



198 



4 48 


Jacob Clouse 


Dec. 


31, 


1810 


J nly 


27 


1881 


Elizabeth aiaw 


ii 


Clhildren 
















5 641 


Catherine 


Aug. 


8, 


1838 








Philip Snyder 


(V42 


Sarah 


Mar. 


14, 


1840 


Feb. 


24, 


1865 


(diaries Reid 




John 


Mar. 


25. 


1841 


Aug. 


"5", 


18(57 


Single 


643 


Mary 


Mar. 


21, 


1845 


.June 


1, 


1884 


John B. Kent 




Phebe 


Oct. 


30; : 


1846 


Sept. 


7, 


1866 






Lewis 


Nov. 


12, 


1847 


Jan. 


30, 


1885 


Single 




Samuel 


May 


12, 


1849 


Sept. 


13, 


1872 


Single 


644 


^Margaret 


Jan. 


10. 


1851 


J uly 


27, 


1880 


(xeorge Clark 




William 


Apr. 


27 


1853 


July 


20, 


1877 


Sii--lo 


(145 


Joseph 


Feb. 


"s! 


1856 








Anna Willis 


646 


Philip 


Feb. 


5, 


1856 


June 


20, 


1890 


Lucy Thomas 


(U7 


Elizabeth 

199 


Aug. 


13, 


1857 








John B. Kent 


4 48 


Elizabeth Davis 


Apr. 


3, 


1813 






1862 


John Davis 


a 


Children 
















5 


Philip S. 


Sei)t. 


9, 


1833 


May 


18, 


1845 




648 


Catherine C. 


Dec. 


9, 


1835 


'Slay 


'7, 


1883 






William A. L. 


Jan. 


19, 


1838 


May 


2.5, 


1844 






John T. L. 


May 


4. 


1842 


May 


25. 


1844 






Phebe 


Dec. 


5, 


1839 


June 


1. 


1,844 




G49 


Nancy E. L. 


Feb. 


25, 


1845 








:\Iilton Troadway 


650 


Lewis S. 


Nov. 


23. 


1847 








Caroline Reid 


651 


Ala ha la L. 


Nov. 


9. 


1850 








Herman Gruell 


6.52 


Charlotte 


Jan. 


23, 


1853 


Fel). 


14. 


1888 


PeiT-y Owens 


653 


Susanna L. 


June 


26, 


lSb5 








John Aspy 


654 


Jane 


Nov. 


12, 


1858 








William Smith 



84 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



200 



4 


48 


Salome B 


G 




Children 


5 


655 


John 




650 


Joseph 




657 


Samuel P 




658 


Sanford 




659 


William 



Hedgecock 



Born 



Died 



INIarried to 



May 1, 1815 May 5, 1893 Isaac Hedgecock 



Dec. 15, 1843 

Feb. 25, 1845 

Apr. 29, 1847 

June 12, 1849 



Oct 19, 1885 



Annie Seward 
Elw'ina Reed 
Maria Holder 
Emmia Smith 
Alice Crisler 



201 



4 


48 Phillipine Hitchcock 


Feb. 15 1817 


Apr. 


8, 1840 


Isaac Hitchcock 


G 


Child 










5 


660 Andrew 


June 1, 1854 






Miranda Marshall 



202 



4 


48 


John Clouse, 


Jr., 


Sept. 2. 1822 


Mar. 


31, 1897 


Tempa Miller 


G 




Children 












5 




Charles Ei. 




Apr. 20. 1858 


Apr. 


18, 1865 






661 


James 0. 




July 1, 1860 






Nancy L. CTine 






Adelaide C. 




Mar. 30, 1862 


Mar. 


20, 1865 








Clara M. 




Apr. 8, ISCA 


Feb. 


10, 1865 








George F. 




May 1, 1866 


Oct. 


6, 1890 


Single 






Bertha Anna, 


M. D. 


Aug. 27, 1868 










662 


Arne Wilbur 

Grace 

Beata 




Jan. 18. 1872 
Sept. 3, 1874 
Mar. 14, 1878 


Infai 


icy 


Link P. Carr 



203 



4 
G 
5 


49 

663 
6&4 


Philip Lachenauer 

Childi-en 
Clara 
Addie 

204 


Nov. 

Jan. 
July 


11, 

12, 
23, 


1808 

1844 

1847 


Sept. 4, 


1872 


Caroline Schuster 

Samuel A. Thomas 
WinsloAV A. Smith 


4 
G 
5 


50 
665 


John Romiuger 

Child 
Alvis M. 

205 


Apr. 
July 


22 
1, 


1823 
1850 


May 19, 


1902 


Louisa Lick 
Sarah Ellis 


4 
G 
5 


53 

1481 

1482 

666 


Rebecca E. Ziegler 

Children 
Charlotte Permelia 
Matilda Jane 
Ivucy 


Dec. 

Jan. 
May 
July 


9, 

10, 

15, 

1, 


1820 

1847 
1848 
1850 


Jan. 20, 
Mar. 10. 


1889 
1874 


Daniel Ziegler 

Thomas W. Romiuger 
Franklin M. Reed 
William L. Miller 



206 



4 53 Joseph Gambold Apr. 13, 1822 

No further information. 



Elizabeth Fi^'n 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



85 



Gen 


.. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






207 














4 


53 


Phliip Gambold 


June 


21, 


1824 






Mary A. Ziegler 


G 




Children 














5 


149G 


Julius A. 


Dec. 


5, 


1848 






Adaline Clawson 




mi 


Josephine A. 


Dec. 


5, 


1848 






W. K. Tempels 




008 


Irvin C. 


June 


26, 


1851 






Lenora Redwlne 




669 


M. Isabel 


July 


28, 


1853 






Thomas Storm 






Sarah M. 


Apr. 


19, 


1859 


July 28, 


1861 






670 


Delilah C. 
Frederick G. 


May 
May 


22, 

5, 


1861 
1869 






Rev. R. M. Zuck 






Nellie G. 


May 


5, 


1869 


Feb. 15, 


1870 








208 














4 


53 


Thomas E. Gambold 


Sept. 


24, 


1832 


Nov. 


1889 


Fannie Haggens 


G 




Child 
Ella 

209 












Jones 


4 


53 


John Gambold 


July 


14, 


1834 


Mar. 17, 


1863 


EQlen Holder 


G 




Children 














5 




Beata 


Dec. 


16, 


1858 


Infancy 










John 


Jan. 


14, 


1860 


Jan. 23, 


1860 






671 


Edward H. 


Jan. 


12, 


1862 






Celia F. Griessmann 



210 

58 Phillippine (Burcham) Oct. 13, 1837 
. Bruner 
Children (first husband) 

672 John Sept. 22, 1856 

673 Emma A. June 9, 1858 

Children (second wife) 

William N. June 4, 1867 

Erastus C. Sept. 18, -1868 

674 Henry E. Feb. 6, 1870 
Frederick W. May 31, 1872 

1556 Laura B. Aug. 17, 1877 



f 1. Augustus Burcham 
t 2. Martin Bruner 

Susan Sowers 
May 20, 1881 Charleston Rominger 



Dec. 15, 1886 



Pauline Morgan 
David Watson 



211 

4 53 Lydia T. Neligh Nov. 8. 1840 

Children (second husband) 

5 1524 Sherman Aug. 2, 18(U 

1525 Franklin Frederick Feb. 24, 1869 

1526 Albert A. June 19, 1872 

212 



Charles Neligh 

Ella A. Hege 
Hela May Spaugh 
Leona P. Panyburn 



4 


54 


Jacob Luckenbach 


Apr 


■ 1: 


, 1805 


May 


9, 


1888 


Mary Whitsell 


G 




Children 
















5 




Augusta PI 


Feb. 


11, 


1832 


Mav 


9, 


1891 


Single 




675 


David 0. 


Aug. 


7, 


1833 


Dec. 


28, 


1906 


EUen Meyers 




676 


Emma L. 


Apr. 


2, 


1835 








Lewis Doster, Jr. 




677 


Angelica H. 


Oct. 


31, 


1837 


Dec. 


12, 


1892 


Albert M. Rihe 






Andrew A. 


Dec. 


22 


1839 


Oct. 


30, 


1905 


Single 






Esther L. 


Sept. 


"i 


1841 


Sept. 


26, 


1847 






678 


Matilda A. 


Dec. 


23, 


1843 








William V. Knauss 




679 


Jacob W. 


.luiy 


12. 


1850 


Nov. 


21, 


1897 


EDDma S. Sellers 






Gloraine M. 


Mar. 


25, 


1852 


May 


25, 


1856 





86 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






213 
















4 


54 


George I>uckenbacli 


June 


8, 


1806 


Nov. 


4, 


1878 


Maria Streby 


G 




Children 
















5 




Sarah E. 


Jan. 


1, 


1835 


Feb. 


13, 


1835 






680 


E'dAA'iu K. 


Apr. 


18, 


1836 


Aug. 


21, 


1894 


Annie L. White 




681 


Julius B. 


Jan. 


1, 


1838 








Sarah Kingkinc^er 






Marietta L. 


July 


2, 


1841 


Oct. 


12, 


1844 






682 


George H. 


Nov. 


24, 


1844 


Feb. 


28, 


1872 


Mamie Yenable 




683 


Maria A. 

214 


Aug. 


15, 


1846 . 








Wilson Bender 


4 


54 


William Luckeubach 


Aug. 


6, 


1807 


July 


28. 


1893 1 


' 1. Eliza Rice 

2. Sarah Gahn 

3. Maria Kraeder 


G 




Children (first wife) 
















5 




Josephine 


Oct. 


10. 


1832 


Dec. 


8, 


1844 






684 


OAven A. 


Jan. 


16. 


1834 


Oct. 


14, 


1891 


Jane Croker 






Joseph 


:Mar. 


4. 


1836 


May 


26, 


1860 


Single 




685 


Caroline 


Mav 


26, 


1838 


Jan. 


17, 


1862 


Bernad Lehman 






William D. 


Nov. 


12. 


1840 








Single 




686 


Ellen 


Sept. 


28. 


1842 








Rev. Chas. Nagle 




687 


Sophia 


Apr. 


1, 


1844 








Hugh i\faxwell 




688 


Amelia 


Aug. 


10. 


1^6 


Dec. 


22 


1894 


Rev. Alb't Rondthaler 






Anna L. 


Julv 


7. 


1848 








Sinij^'e 




689 


Frances 0. 

Children (second wife) 


Feb. 


22, 


1851 








J. Samuel Krause 






Elizabeth R. 


June 


28, 


1856 








Single 






215 
















4 


54 


Charlotte E. Weoer 


Jan. 


9, 


1809 


Feb. 


9, 


1890 


John C. Weber 


G 




Children 
















5 


691 


Hortensia V. 


Oct. 


6. 


1833 


Aug. 


4. 


1902 


Robert P. Krause 




690 


Bernhard A. 


Apr. 


9, 


1835 












692 


Henry T. 

216 


Apr. 


1, 


1838 


Jan. 


2_ 


1899 


Hannah P. Price 


4 


54 


Henrietta Rigg 


July 


4, 


1810 


Deacesed 


William Rigg 


G 




No children 

217 
















4 


54 


Anna M. Schafer 


Aug. 


13, 


1811 






1893 


Soloman Schafer 


G 




Children 
















5 




Bernhard Francis 
Anna Cornelia 
Henry David 


Jan. 


31. 


1853 


Sept. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


20. 

5. 

29, 


1870 

1848 
18.52 






693 


Eugene 

218 


June 


10, 


1846 


:May 


19, 


1902 


Jennie Sensanvan 


4 


54 


Matilda Jacoby 


]\lay 


13, 


1812 


Dec. 


15. 


1885 


Charles .Tacoby 


G 




Children 
















5 


694 


Emma O. 


.Tan. 


4. 


1838 








Theodore Frndeneck 




695 


Ellen E. 


June 


29. 


1840 








Jeremiah Lew's 




696 


Anna M. 


Dec. 


24, 


1,S41 








Edwin Benner 




697 


Chas. Augustus 


Nov. 


11. 


1843 








Sarah Schweykefer 




698 


Olevia Sarah 


Aug. 


20. 


1845 








Adam Smith 




699 


Eugene F. 


iSept. 


26, 


1850 








Mnry Mederna<'h 




700 


Virginia M. 


Jan. 


25, 


1856 








Edv.-ard H. Ru(de 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



87 



Geu 


. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






219 
















4 


54 


Rebecca Keck 


Apr. 


15, 


1814 


Mar. 


10, 


1895 


Ephraim Keck 


c; 




Cliiklren 
















5 




Heury Benjamiu 


July 


25, 


1840 






1840 








Thomas 


July 


22, 


1841 








Unknown 




701 


Maria 


Jan. 


14, 


1843 








Jacob H. Crouthnmei 




702 


Sarah Ann 


Aug. 


3, 


1844 








]\Iilton Lanclenberger 




703 


Rebecca 


Oct. 


26. 


1849 


Dee. 


22, 


1876 


EdAvin T. Franken'field 




704 


Charles William 


Jan. 


13, 


1851 








Kate C. Rosei'berger 






Bphraim B. 


June 


20, 


1853 






1855 








220 
















4 


54 


Thomas D. Luckenbach 


June 


28, 


1817 


.J une 


16, 


1871 


Josephine L. Witmeyer 


G 




Children 
















5 




Adeline Elizabeth 


Mar. 


2(), 


1847 


Nov. 


26, 


1901 


Single 






Sarah Cornelia 


Aug. 


5, 


1849 


Sept. 


29, 


1849 








Mary Louise 


Dec. 


14, 


1850 








Single 






Laura Euphemia 


Aug. 


4, 


1856 


June 


6, 


1873 






705 


Emma Josephine 


Sept. 


14, 


1858 








Henry James \Vard 






Martha Augusta 


Feb. 


3, 


1861 


Oct. 


20. 


1886 


Single 






Morris Thomas 


Dec. 


31, 


1862 


Aug. 


8. 


1863 






706 


Samuel David 

221 


Mar. 


18, 


1867 








Olga C. Hesse 


4 


54 


Sarah A. Babel 


June 


24, 


1818 


Deceased 




Edward Babel 


(i 




No report 
222 
















4 


55 


•Juliauna Davis 


Sept. 


20, 


1819 


Dece; 


ased 




Samuel Davis 


G 




Children 
















5 


707 


John 


Apr. 


13. 


1852 








Ida McMaster 




70S 


Samuel D. 

Emma 

Beatus 

223 


Mar. 


18, 


1853 








Hannah Harman 


4 


55 


A. Sidney Clewell 


Sept. 


19, 


1822 


Sept. 


6, 


1905. 


Rebecca Michael 


G 




Children 
















5 


709 


Owen B. 


May 


26. 


1844 








Caroline Zellner 




710 


Alice 


Dec. 


17, 


1854 








Reuben R. Weidner 




711 


Theodore W. 


Feb. 


19. 


1857 








Fidena Butz 




712 


Andrew 






1859- 








Alice Frederick 




713 


Ida 


Apr. 


3. 


1864 








Richard Smith 




714 


Ellen 

224 


Aug. 


19. 


1867 








Percival Hausman 


4 


55 


Owen C. Clewell 


Dec. 


22 


1824 


Apr. 


13, 


1900 


Catherine Herman 


G 




Child 
















5 


715 


Maria 

225 


Apr. 


*■• 


1854 








Tilghman Fogel 


4 


55 


Anna Paulina Sterner 


Sept. 


9 


1825 


Nov. 


10, 


1902 


Lafayette Sterner 


(i 




Children 
















5 


716 


Milton H. 


May 


14. 


1850 








Sarah A. Yob 




717 


Ellen A. 






1851 


Feb. 


6, 


1898 


Robert AV. Earick 




718 


Allen J. 


Mar. 


4, 


1856 








Cfera M. Yost 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



226 



4 55 Claarles R. Glewell 
G Cliildren 

5 Milton 
1(538 Jacob 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



Apr. 15, 1827 May 12, 1901; 

Deceased 
Deceased 



Sarali Roth 



227 



4 


55 


Walter C. Clewell 


Jan. 


16, 1831 


Sept. 28, 1899 


Adline Heil 


5 


719 

720 


Children 
Annie A. 
Charles ^Y. 
Marv E. 


Mar. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


3, 1863 
14, 1864 
14, 1864 


Oct. 30, 1866 


Emma M. Seipel 
Chas. K. Smith 




721 
722 


Morris G. 
Coris F. 
Carrie A. 


Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept 


30, 1866 
14, 1869 
20, 1874 




Ida Fatzinger 
Mamie Bender 



228 

4 55 Susanna E. Reed 
G Children 

5 723 John Franklin 

724 Marcus J. 

725 Emma 
Allen James 



Dec. 22, 1833 

Oct. 23, 1862 

Oct. 8, 1866 

Sept. 16. 1868 

Slay 31, 1872 May 30, 1873 



Josiah Reed 

Isabel Henderson 
Efether A. Williams 
Franklin J. Keim 



229 

4 56 Eliza C. Fell 
G Children 

5 726 Hannah I.evina 
727 George Benjamin 

Amanda Lucinda 



Jan. 27, 1813 Aug. 18, 1883 



• 1845 

Sept. 4, 1851 

1854 



1873 



John Fell 



William ;m. Bordner 
Mi\vx Rhyan 



230 



4 


56 


James L. Clewell 


Nov. 8, 


1815 


Nov. 


13. 


1893 


Catherine Haney 


G 




Children 














<^ 


728 


Jacob Lewis 


June 29, 


1856 








Laura Shaver 




729 


Hannah E. 
Frances E. 


Aug. 31, 
Feb. 27, 


1858 
1862 








Frank Sheldon 
Sin^e 




730 


Hattie C. 


Dec. 29, 


1863 








Fred. H. Baskins 




731 


Charles H. 


Feb. 11. 


1866 








Lena Noel 






Walter David 


May 18, 


1871 


Apr. 


3. 


1872 






732 


Arthur George 


Aug. 27, 


1873 








Maud E. Bennett 



231 

56 Caroline M. 
Children 
733 Mary E. 
7.>4 Emma L. 
735 Ivucinda A. 



Litzenberger Feb. 5, 1820 

Jan. 4, 1845 
Jan. 25, 1851 
Jan. 20, 1855 



Mar. 31, 1888 
July 10, 1870 



Peter Litzenberger 

Aaron Vr eel and 
Pierson Lambert 
Frank Birdsey 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



89 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



^Married to 



232 

5G Luc. Kuhrauff Rosenberg Nov. IS, 1S24 

Cliildren (tirst liusbaud) 

T3() David Henry Aug. 4, 

ToT Susan Amanda Dec. 2(3, 1849 
Children (second husband) 

738 Celestia Jane Aug. 4, IS."8 

739 Cornelia Lucinda Oct. 22, 1859 

740 George William Jan. 25, 1861 
Frank June 22, 1867 



233 

56 Robert W. Clewell 

Child 
741 William M. 



Mar. 18, 1884 f 1. John Ruhrauff 

\ 2. Mathias Rosenberg 

Susan P. Beach 
Samuel S. Gould 

James E. Baker 
Mar. 20, 1901 Chas. F. Farnsworth 

Apr. 10. 1904 Mary A. Kinsella 
Dec. 28, 1807 



234 

57 David Henry Bishop 

Children 
r42 Augustus S. 

Morris E. 
743 Emil J. 

235 



4 


57 


Autionette C. Desh 


G 




Children 


5 


744 


Orlando B. 
Ambrose H. 




745 


William D. 
Edward E. 
Harrison C. 

236 


4 


58 


Salome L. Yost 


G 




Children 


5 




Cornelia M. 
Olivia C. 

237 


4 


58 


Reuben W. Clewell 


(x 




Children 


5 




Albert F. 
Mary 




74G 


Caroline 




747 


William H. 




748 


George 




749 


Curtis 

238 


4 


58 


Maria 0. Pearson 


G 




Children 


5 


750 


Oliver D. 




751 


Elmina V. 




752 


Cornelia V. 




758 


Mary 




.'(54 


Jennie E. 




755 


Lawrence R. 



Feb. 


44, 


1831 


June 


IT, 


1901 


Evelyn Leddick 


Dee. 


28, 


1857 








Mary K. Ti!)bals 


Not. 


19, 


1815 


Dec. 


10, 


1874 


Sarah E. Milchsack 


Aug. 
May 
Apr. 


19, 

24 
20, 


1846 
1850 

1857 


June 


oo 


1851 


Caroline E. George 
Margaret E. Kautz 


:\Iay 


4. 


1820 


Feb. 


22, 


1870 


Daniel Desh 


Sept. 
June 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Oct. 


30, 
16. 
14, 
26. 
25, 


1843 
1845 
1848 
1850 
1854 


Sept. 


30. 


1879 


Marion E. Willets 

Single 

Ellen C. Sclioenbergei 

Single 


July 


30. 


1816 


June 


1, 


1890 


Herman Yost 


July 
Dec. 


14, 
4, 


1840 
1845 


Dec. 


23, 


1844 


Single 


June 


12, 


. 1819 


Jan. 


11, 


1894 


Josephine Smith 


Apr. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar. 


19. 
3. 
3, 

29, 


1846 
1847 

1850 

1852 
1856 

1858 


May 


23, 


1848 
1851 

1882 


William H. Bless 
Alice Hendricks 
Josephine Lerch 
Annie Newbold 


Feb. 


18. 


1824 


Dec. 


3, 


1889 


Franklin Pearson 


Feb. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


9. 

5." 
13, 

31, 


1843 
1845 
1848 
1852 
1860 
1867 








Valeria Trexler 
Edwin Wilton 
Benjamin F. Schontz 
Thamos L. McEnteo 
William Lees 
Lacetta Cuffel 



90 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 




Bor 


n 


Died 




Married to 






239 
















4 
G 


58 


Caroline E. (Marstellerl 
Schnabt 
No Cnildren 

240 


Oct. 

'1 


9, 


1827 








f 1. Francis Marsteller 
\ 2. Gideon Schnabel 


4 
G 


58 


Matilda Sterner 
Child 


.Tidy 


16, 


1835 


Feb. 


18, 


, 1803 


Saniuel Sterner 


5 


75(> 


Einnia I.. 

241 


May 


"' 


1858 








Henry B. Schneller 


4 
G 


50 


:Sh\vy L. Hinkle 
Children 


Aug. 


5. 


1816 


Dec. 


14, 


1885 


Charles Hiidile 


t) 


757 
760 
758 
759 


Annie 
Maria 
Ellen M. 
Oliver R. 

242 


May 
Aug. 
Apr. 
Jan. 


1, 

28, 
29, 
29. 


1839 
1843 
1849 
1856 








Charles Rickert 
Henr^' Iveeler 
Wlli-un Weiser 
Carrie Stem 


4 
G 

5 


59 

7()1 

7(12 
708 


Lneretia A. Harwi 

Children 
Alfred J. 
Edwin C. 
^Vilson H. 

243 


Aug. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Aug. 


30, 

21, 

7, 
15, 


1823 

1847 
1850 

1858 


Nov. 
Sept. 


28, 
4, 


1904 


Michnel Harwi 

Elizabeth Whitehead 
Emma Ivemerer 
EUlcn Frey 


4 
G 

5 


59 

764 

765 


Matilda E. Kitter 

Children 
Cartillia Lovilla 
Milton Charles 
Oliver Clewell 
Orlando John 

244 


Apr. 

Oct. 
June 
June 
Mar. 


■ 28, 

17, 
27. 
1, 
23, 


1831 

1853 
1857 
1861 
18G3 


May 

Aug. 
July 


4. 

8, 
9, 


1859 

1905 
1863 


Charles Ritter 

Ida Walter 
Elenora Roller 


4 
G 


59 


Sanmel F. Hower 

No report 

245 


Feb. 


14, 


1835 


Sept. 


18, 


1895 


Mary Myers 


4 
G 

5 


59 

766 
767 

76S 
769 


Eliza J. Bmch 

Children 
Alice Dorotha 
Erwin .Tames 
Carrie Irene 
Elmer Clinton 

246 


Mar. 

Nov. 
Feb. 
July 
Dec. 


16, 

9, 
12, 
9, 
22 


1837 

1856 
1859 
1866 
1869 


May 


25, 


1907 


AVilliam H. Bimch 

Herman Strasburger 
Emma E. Kremser 
Charles Hankey 
Stella Keiper 


4 
G 

5 


59 

770 
771 
772 
773 


Asher E. Hower 

Children 
.Tohn A. 
Marens ,T. 
Estplla :M. 
Robert K. 

247 


Mar. 

June 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 


12, 

30, 

25, 

3. 

19, 


1841 

1863 
1870 
1S73 

1876 


Apr. 

Sept. 


14, 

6, 


1903 
1890 


Sarah Blackwell 

Anna Girard 
Estella Fenner 
George Olpp 
Emma Frey 


4 
G 

5 


60 
774 


Lncinda Balcom 

Childn^i 
David 
Sarah E. 


Mar. 

Sept. 
Oct. 


8. 

1, 
31, 


1813 

1844 
1845 


Mar. 

Sept. 


4, 
3, 


1883 
186-1 


David L. BaJcom 
Christian Stuckey 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



91 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



4 GO 
G 



4 61 

G 

5 



248 

Diaiina Clewell 
For her family see (77) 



249 



02 



62 



63 



778 
779 
780 
781 



63 



Maria Louisa Crist 

Children 
Edward Rndolphes 
Clarence Eugene 
Gnstavns Adolphiis 
William Cary 
Caroline Annie 
Elenora Elizabeth 

250 

Catharine (Clift) Kuhn 

Child 
:\rary A. C. 

251 

William H. Clewell 

Child 
Dr. Clarence H. 

252 

Caroline Kirk 

Child 
Ada M. 

253 

John Francis Clavell 

Children 
Marg'aret Ann 
John F. 
Daniel James 
William H. 
Hannah 
Correll 

254 

.James Daniel Clawell 

Children 
Carey K. 
Harvey K. 

255 

Aurora A. Frederick 

Children 
Clarence 
Marv 



256 



Apr. 2. 1826 

Dec. 4. 1810 

Mar. 13, 1851 

Oct. 14. 1852 

Julv 29. 1856 

Oct. .3. 1860 

Oct. 4. 1868 



Sept. 4. 1827 
Jan. 30, 1852 



June 6, 1833 
Sept. 3. 1868 



Mar. 15. 1S.S6 
Apr. 7. 1809 



May 



1821 



Jan. 16, 1848 
Jitlv 25. 18.50 
Oct. 8. 1852 
AuiT. 26. 1856 
Sept. 10, 1859 
Sept. 6, 1863 



Christian Clewell 



June 18S7 Traugott F. Crist 

Dec. 6, 18J;> 



Apr. 18, 18-^ 



Nov. 27, 1868 



Oct. 21, 1881 



Flora L Rothrock 
Mattie A. Winkler 



f 1. Lowell Clift 
\ 2. John Kuhn 



Catherine Boehm 



Jacob Kirk 



May 3. 1896 Catherine Carey 

Dec. 11. 1902 John George 
:May 28, 1894 Mary Blier 



Jan. 9. 1884 
1883 



Feb. 11, 1823 Nov. 27. 1884 



4 64 Emma L. Ritz 
G No Children 



Mav 6. 1865 
Oct. 24. 1866 



May 17, 18:J 



Aug. 11, 1839 



Mar. 8. 1888 
Jan. 30. 1867 



Deceased 



Annie Hunsteffer 
Clara L. Wenzel 
Harrv R. Lugar 



Rebecca B. Keller 
Single 



Deceased 
Deceased 



m Frederick 



Tilghman Ritz 



92 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



257 

64 Joseph L. Clewell 
Child 
Mary 



258 



m 



Albert A. Clewell 
Child 
782 Laura L. 

259 

04 Erancis D. Clewell 
No children 

260 



Jan. 12, 1842 Killed in war Louisa Brader 

Robert Bitter 



July 16, 1845 
July 24, 1870 

Aug. 11, 1848 



Amelia Cressman 
Herbert Albright 



Ellen J. Hartzel 



4 


64 


Eugene A. Clewell 


May 11, 1853 








Martha V. Keiper 


G 




Child 












5 


783 


S. Charles F. 

261 


Mar. 22, 1881 








Rosa Shoemaker 


4 


65 


Emma L. Clowes 


July 24, 1830 


Jan. 


26, 


1903 


Archer W. Clowes 


G 




Children 












5 


7&4 


Laura M. 


Sept. 20, 1852 


Mar. 


9. 


1886 


J. Allen Dalzell 






Claude A. 


June 1855 


Jan. 


26, 


1858 






785 


Ellen P. 


June 29, 1858 








C. A. Gustave Riege 




786 


Archer A. 

262 


Mar. 23, 1861 


Dec. 


30, 


1888 


Ida L. Harmstad 


4 


65 


Sarah A. Cook 


Dec. 31, 1835 








John J. Cook 


G 




Children 












5 


787 


Helen C. 
Charles C. 

263 


May 22, 1872 
Aug. 21, 1875 








James T. Moyer 


4 


66 


Adalaide E. Gold 


Mar. 11, 1833 


Oct. 


11, 


1883 


James Gold 


G 




Children 












5 


788 


Ellen E. 


May 30, 1854 


May 


9, 


1898 


Joseph Andrews 




789 


Sarah C. 


Mar. 2, 1S57 








Zachariah Abel 




7<J0 


Eugene 

264 


Oct. 18, 1871 








Gertie Michael 




88 


Emelius Stocker 


May 21, 1829 








Angelica M. Giersch 


4 


6<i 


Angelica M. Stocker 


Feb. 13, 1835 








Emelius Stocker 


G 




ChiUlreu 












5 


791 


Eugene W. 


Apr. 20, 1855 








Henrietta Bush 






Henry G. 


Dec. 17, 1856 


July 


14, 


1858 








Emma L. 


Jan. 22, 1859 














Elenora S. 


Dec. 4, 1860 












792 


Jane Martha 


Aug. 27 1862 








James Peisert 




793 


Charles A. 


Aug. 8, 1864 








Olivia IThler 




794 


Mary C. 


May 29, 1866 








Albin Voigt 




795 


George D. 
Rev. Harry E. 


Apr. 26, 1870 
Mar. 19, 1876 








Mary Becker 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



93 



G-eu. No. 



Born 



MaiTied to 



265 

4 06 Eluiii-ii Selimickle 
G Children 

5 Clemence W. 

796 Catharine E. 

797 Otto Albert 

798 Robert H. 

799 William M. 
Clara L. 

800 Alice L. 

801 Charles F. 

802 Annie C. 



Nov. 30, 1836 




Apr. 22, 1858 


Sept. 7, 1858 


June 27, 1859 




Aug. 24, 1861 




Oct. 8, 1863 




Jan. 5, 1866 




May 10, 1867 


Feb. 24, 1868 


Dec. 27, 1868 




Aug. 3, 1870 




Nov. 20, 1872 





William F. Schmiekle 



Madison V. Uhler 
Aravesta Howell 
Adella W. Schooley 
Annie Johnson 

Clem J. Lereh 
Minerva Dennis 
CTemienee F. Beitel 



266 



4 


66 


Albert C. Giersch 


Oct. 


7, 1840 






Catherine J. Beitel 


G 




Children 












5 


803 


Laura L. 


July 


17, 1866 






Tliomas H. Adams 




804 


Hortansia E. 


Dec. 


8, 1867 






Charles H. Sey fried 




805 


Helen A. 


Apr. 


10, 1870 






Charles ^Y. Loux 




806 


Madora C. 


Apr. 


10, 1872 






Robert L. Siegfried 






Mjiry E. 


Nov. 


3, 1874 


Dec. 4. 


1893 






807 


Annie B. 


Oct. 


25, 1876 






Frank C. Merges 




808 


Mabel A. 


Aug. 


18, 1881 






Charles J. Knauss 



267 



4 66 Louisa Steiner 
G No children 



Sept. 17, 1842 Sept. 30, 1863 Tiflghman S. P. Steiner 



268 



4 


66 


Ellen M. Colver 


Jan. 2, 1846 




William Colver 


G 




Children 








5 


809 


Edward W. 


Apr. 14, 1869 




Amanda Hanshue 




810 


Albert J. 


Aug. 16 1871 




Annie Rodenbach 




811 


Emma L. 


June 14, 1873 




Aaron Itterly 






Henry E. 


May 3. 1875 


.Tune 16, 1875 








William R. 


Julv 22, 1876 








1541 


Charles G. 


Oct. 15. 1878 




Laura F. Abel 






Joseph L. 


Mar. 24, 1881 


Sept. 21. 1882 








Harry J. 


Dec. 24, 1883 








812 


Annie O. 
Robert L. 


Oct. 16. 1885 
Aug. 19. 1888 




Edwin D. Breidmger 



269 



68 Alexander B. Steiner 



813 
814 



Children 
Franklin B. 
Tilghman S. P. 



.Ian. 12, 181i 



Sept. 17, 18.36 
Feb. 19, 1843 



May 4, 1895 
Mar. 18. 1863 



Clarinda E. Snyder 



Augusta E. Bauer 
Louisa L. Giersch 



94 



GENEALOGY OP 



Gen. No. 



Nam( 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



270 

4 (iS Amelia (Beitel) Oppelt 

G Children (tirst husband) 

5 Albert P. 
815 Benjamin P. 
Hlfi James A. 

817 Granville A. 
Annie M. 

(second luisband) 

818 Henry H. 
Praneis R. 

819 Marietta C. 

271 

4 (>8 Marietta E. Ripple 
G Child 

5 820 Maria S. 







272 


4 


00 


Edwin P. Clewell 


G 




Child 


5 




Ellen Eliza 

273 


4 


G9 


Eimma A. Hess 


G 




Children 


o 


821 


James L. 




822 


Edwin Charles 




82:^ 


Silas D. 




824 


Emma E. 




825 


Mary E. 




82() 


Clark P. 



.Mar. 14, 1823 



.NOV. 1841 

July 17, 1844 
Nov. 15, 1848 
Mar. 28, 1S."0 
.^ug. 18.53 

May 20. 1850 
Dec. n, 1800 
Sept. 13. 1804 



Jan. 19. 1810 
Oct. 7, 1842 



May 19, 1814 
Nov. 27 1844 



274 

09 Selma R. (Croumiller) 

Transue 
Children first husband) 

827 Sarah E. 

828 Georg-e A. 

275 

09 Henrietta E. (Herbst) 

Sweitzei 
Children first husband) 

829 Marv E. 

830 Cora O 

831 Perdinand 

(second husband) 
.832 John W. 



Apr. 20, 382 



Mar. 11, 
July 15, 



1852 
1801 



Sept. 2, 1832 



Sept. 7, 
Aug. 18, 
July 29, 



1855 
1857 
1859 



276 



4 09 George William Clewell 
« Children 

5 8.33 I.ucy E. 

Bertha Mav 



Dec. 14, 1872 



Oct. 14, 1835 



Jan. 19. 
Apr. 23, 



1801 
1873 



In Texas 

Jan. 29, 1859 
Apr. 19, 1805 



1. William Beitel 

2. Herman Oppelt 



Josephine Miksch 
Susan Myers 
Mary J. Sparks 

Mete Rhemel 
John M. Wheland 



May 6, 1895 John Ripple 

Sept. 23, 1809 John Schiffer 

Dec. 28, 1845 J. Emelia Dauke 
June 17, 1845 



June 30, 1S19 Jnlv 



Dec. 9. 1842 
July 18, 1844 
Sept. 34, 1840 
May 20, 1849 
Nov. 0. 1852 
Dec. 31, 1850 



1894 Stephen Hess 



Oct. 9, 1S(;S 



Mahala Deitterich 
:\Iary A. Garis 
Sarah Benward 
Joseph Simpson 
Benjamin Riedy 
Rebecca Collins 



Pel). 20, 1904 f L .John Fransne 

1 2. George Cron.miller 

RudolDh Cronmiller 
Bele P. Reynolds 



I 2. James Sweitzer 
Dec. 22, 1877 Monroe A. Althouse 

T.r, o- -.ono '^^^^^ ^^- Odenwelder 
Jan. 2,, 1893 Sarah Paust 

Cora Kirkendall 

Nov. 23. 1903 Ellen Elizal>eth Snell 
Jan. 19, 1881 ""■ ''• ^^'^^^^^^^ 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



95 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



277 



70 


Clarrissa Selineider 




C'liiklreu 


834 


Olevia 


835 


Anna M. 


83G 


Ellen 


837 


Carrie E. 


838 


Emma E. 


839 


Alice M. 




Beatus 



278 

4 70 Louisa Lusetta Neidlinser Sept. 30. 1822 
a No children 



Sept. 


14, 1820 


Aug. 23. 1893 


Slav 


2, 1842 




Nov. 


17, 1843 




Jan. 


27, 1847 




Julv 


14. 1851 




Julv 


7, 18G1 




.lulv 


7, ISUl 




July 


7. 181U 




SeiJt. 


30. 1822 


Deceasea 



Alfred Schneider 

Charles Clifford 
Oris Lamb 
Samuel Miller 
rton. G. A. Sehneebel 
W. A. Shelhart 
Milton INliller 



279 

70 Caroline E. Neidlinger 
Children 

840 Clara Amelia 

841 Minnie Henrietta 

842 Edward Clemenee 



Apr. 10, 1827 Henry Neidlinger 

Dec. 14, 1854 Aug. 17, 1893 Alfred W. Allen 
June 2, 1860 Herbert C. Loomis 

Oct. 21, 18117 Ida Warwick 



(0 



280 

Kev. Theo. G. Clewell 



Children 
151)4 Florence Olevia 
1559 George Francis 
15(!5 Clara Louisa 

Howard Newton 
1500 (4race M. 

Oliver S. 

281 



4 


70 


Alexander D. Cle 


5 




Children 
Emma L 




843 


George P. 
John D. 




844 


William H. 




845 


Carrie E. 
David L. 
Laura E. 
Harry E. 
John T. 

282 


4 


70 


Emma A. Krause 


G 




Children 


5 


840 


John S. 
Emily E. 
Laura L. 
Mary A. 




847 


Clara A. 
Louisa M. 



June 27, 1829 



Apr. 12, 18G0 
June 4, ISUl 
Mar. 29, 1803 
Jan. 20. 18!j5 
May 19, 1870 
Feb. 20, 1872 



Aug. 



1832 



Jan. 23, 1859 
Jan. 27, ISOl 
July 5, 1863 
Apr. 11, 1866 
June 3, 1868 
Aug. 20, 1873 
Mar. 22. 1S77 
Feb. 11, 1879 
Sept. 20, 1881 



Mar. 8, 1837 

Nov. 25, 1857 

Apr. 27, 1861 

Apr. 30, 1864 

Dec. 18, 1867 

Apr. 28, 1872 

Mar. 30, 1875 



1. Anna M. Miller 

2. Louisa Huffman 

Thouias Dowse 
Lutitia S. Kahl 
Charles E. Allen 

Charles Darrell 



Sept. 1902 Caroline Hartman 

Nov. 6, 1801 



Dec. 11, 1871 



Sept. 10, 1SS6 
Oct. 16, 1877 



Caroline Hamilton 

Carrie M. Bishop 
William Clester 



Henry S. Krause 
Mary Moore 



John Skinner 



Feb. 18, 1881 



96 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



283 

4 70 Clara O. Stout 
G Cliildren 

5 Harry E. 
Frederick L. 

848 R. Paul 



Mar. 8, 1837 

.Jan. 14, 18(35 

July 20, 1866 

Apr. 1, 1869 



May 26, 1873 



Capt. Frank C. Stout 



Emma Wolle 



284 

70 Rev. Lewis P. Clewell 
Children 
Mary Elvina 
849 Rev. Robert Eugene 
Addie Louisa 



Feb. 9, 1S43 Jan. 9, 1904 Sarah Blickensderfer 

Sept. 12. 1869 

Jan. 30, 1871 Mamie Gille 

Nov. 14, 1872 



285 

4 71 Olevia A. Ricksecker Feb. 3, 1821 Jan. 28, 1905 
G Children 

5 850 Lucius Edgar Jan. 14, 1841 

Annie Olevia June 28, 1845 

851 Leonora A. Jan. 4, 1849 

Robert Edmund Oct. 1, 1855 July 15, 1862 



Edward Ricksecker 

Sabina Weaver 

Single 

Rev. Jos. J. Ricksecker 



286 

4 71 Angelica L. Wolle 
G Children 

5 852 Charles E. 
853 Robert N 

Esther E. 



Feb. 1'; 



i823 



July 18, 1848 
July 1850 

Oct. 3, 1854 



Jan. 5, 1907 



Nathaniel Wolle 

M. B. Hendel 
Alice S. Reist 
Single 



287 

4 72 Seraphina A. Dissler 
G No children 



Mar. 19, 1825 Apr. 29, 1902 Benneville Dissler 



288 

4 72 Lenora Augusta Boys 
G No children 



Feb. 6, 1830 



Mar. 4, 1898 



Charles Boys 



289 



4 


72 


Maria E. Shouse 


Oct. 13, 


1834 


Mar. 18, 1890 


G 




Children 








5 


854 


Ella Leonora 


Apr. 15, 


1857 






855 


Carrie L. 


Oct. 5, 


1869 






856 


Frank D. 


July 10, 


1872 








Mav S. 


May 23, 


1867 


Jan. 12, 1886 



Robert M. Shouse 

Reed M. Caughey 
AV. P. Thomson 
Laura Saundey 



290 



4 


73 


Anna L. 


Anderson 


Jan. 14, 1825 


G 




Child 






5 


857 


Lj'dia 




May 28, 1857 



William Iv. Anderson 
Ephraim Faulkner 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



97 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






291 












4 


73 


Heiu-y L. Clewell 


June 11, 1827 


May 


19, 


1883 


Annie L. Anderson 


G 




Cliildreu 












b 


858 


Lydia A. 


Jau. 4, 1851 


Mar. 


28, 


1870 


Charles W. Sterson 




S59 


Ciiaiies F. 


Oct. 30, 1852 








Kate McGee 






Rebecca J. 


Nov. 30, 1854 


Mar. 


24, 


1855 








Martlia L. 


May 19, 1856 


Apr. 


2, 


1871 






860 


Edward L. 


Aug. 28, 1859 








Elizabeth Salathiel 




8tJl 


Elizabetli E. 


June 11, 1862 


Oct. 


25, 


1899 


Brad Jones 




8G2 


Mary M. 


May 3, 1867 








Eionzo Mace 






Asiac N. 


Apr. 24, 1865 


Feb. 


23, 


1866 






863 


Hannali K. 


June 13, 1869 








Elmer James 




8«>4 


Missouri 

292 


Apr. 27, 1872 








Henry Furgison 


4 


73 


Jelni Clewell* 


Feb. 18, 1830 


Dec. 


29, 


1883 


Mary Bidwell 






Had several cliildreu 


but had no reports 


to our 


inquiries. 








293 












4 


73 


Mary Ann Doss 


July 26, 1832 


Dec. 


27, 


1866 


Lafayette Doss 


G 




Children 












5 


865 


Sarah E. 


Apr. 21, 1851 








Nelson Jones 






Charlotte A. 


Apr. 22, 1853 


Sept. 


1, 


18b4 






866 


George W. 


Apr. 5, 1855 


Dec. 


20, 


1890 


Emily Conn 




867 


juydia 


Mar. 27, 1858 








Peter H. Roach 




868 


Austin D. 


Oct. 6, 1860 








Martha E. Nebergall 






Ida E. 


Sept. 11, 1862 


Aug. 


5, 


1863 








294 












4 


73 


Aurelia Brewer 


Apr. 17, 1839 


Jan. 


7, 


1872 


Josephus Brewer 


G 




Children 












5 


869 


Lydia 


Nov. 21, 1865 








Asail W. Osbourne 






Joseph 


Jan. 1, 1872 


Infancy 










John 


Jan. 1, 1872 


Infancy 







295 

4 73 Judith Winget 
G Children 

5 870 Elmira Clewell 

296 



4 
G 


74 
1(539 


Aurelia T. 
Children 
Thomas A. 
Adalaide 

297 


Banks 


4 
G 


74 

871 


Robert P. 
Children 
Robert P. 
Percival 

298 


Vogenil 


4 
G 
5 


74 Israel B. Vogenitz 
Child 
Herman C. 



July 13, 1840 
April 10, 1881 Dec. 12, 1903 

1824 Deceased 



1825 



Jan. 24, 1833 
Feb. 22, 1890 



1850 



Deceased 
Deceased 



M. C. Winget 
William De Vore 

Thomas Banks 



Harriet Lyons 
Married 



Clara ri. Bicker 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gei 


1. No. 


Names 




Born 


Died 


Married to 






299 












4 


74 


Oliver A. Vogenitz 






1842 




Henrietta Brown 


G 




Children 












5 


872 
873 


Clancy or Chauncey 

Lorin 

Russell 

300 










Married 
Married 


4 


75 


Joseph W. Clavelt 


.Alar. 


19. 


182<; 


Decea<5ed 


Catherine Rau 


G 




Children 












5 


874 


Matilda 


Nov. 


23, 


1849 


Sept. 11, 1888 


George Miller 




875 


Elenora 
Charles 
Emelia 


Mar. 


13, 


1855 


Aug. 27, 1899 


Charles Vaui 




SIC, 


Edwin Jacob G. 


Feb. 


29, 


18G0 




Ella Leibensberger 




1474 


John Joseph 


Sept, 


, 18, 


, 1858 


Sept. 20, 1906 


C'r'line Fenstermacher 




877 


Flora 










Lewis P. Schultz 




878 


Joseph William, Jr. 

301 


Aug. 


20, 


1S(J5 




Justina Bitting 


45 


75 


AVilUam H. Clewell 


Apr. 


21, 


1828 


Mar. 27, 1906 


Susanna Schaadt. 


G 




Children 


Sept. 




18(M 


Jan. 1865 




5 


879 


Lovereeu S. 


Dec. 


9. 


1866 




Benjamin Fryer 






Edwin L. 


July 


15, 


1S68 










Caroline M. A. 


Aug. 


1, 


1872 








880 


William J. 

302 


Peb. 


16, 


1874 




Mamie A. Roth 


4 


75 


Charles E. Clewell 


Nov. 


17, 


1S29 


Dec. 30, 1865 


Maria Horn 


G 




Child 












5 


881 


Emma P. 

303 










Thomas Wilson 


4 


7(i 


Owen J. Clewell 


July 


6, 


1832 


Aug. 17, 1862 


Lovina Kasson 


G 




No report 

304 












4 


7G 


Sarah A. Kellar 


Aug. 


20, 


1847 




Alvin B. Kellar 


G 




Child 












5 


882 


Charles C. 

305 


Jan. 


28, 


1869 




Molly Everett 


4 


77 


P. H. Clewell 








Sept. 2, 1889 




G 




No report 
















P. H. C. dietl in Montana 


where he w^as 


postmaster for a 








time and his- 


! wife 


's name could not be ascertained. 






306 












4 


77 


Sarah Minnich 








Nov. 10, 1855 


John Minich 


G 




Children 












5 




Emma 
Arthur 
















No further information 


was 


received in 


regard to this f;i: 


milv. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



99 



Gen. 


No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






307 








4 


77 


Ellen D. Zackrias 


Noy. 24, 1885 


Jan. 24, 1904 


Henry Zacharias 


G 




No report 
308 








4 

G 


78 


Henry A. Miksch 

Children 


June 24, 1832 


r 

July 22, 1899 \ 


1. Sarah M. Knauss 

2. Sarah A. Winscb 


5 


883 


With first wife 
William E. 
Cora A. 


May 8, 1858 
May 1, 18G0 


Dec. 22, 1858 


Norman 3. Rupert 




884 


Charlotte M. 


Oct. 15, 1862 




George Ayers 




885 
88G 


With second wife. 
Clarence 0. 
Franklin B. 

309 


June 8, 1872 
Oct. 10, 1874 




Anna C. Gutensohn 
Mittie M. Harding 


4 


78 


Louisa M. Mathews 


Mar. 13, 1833 


Feb. 28, 1870 


Dr. M. Mathews 


G 
5 


887 


Child 
Addle 

310 


Apr. 6, 1852 




Alfred Phelps 


4 


78 


Amos C. Miksch 


Mar. 2G, 1838 


April 12. 1892 


Mary Cook 


G 

5 


888 
889 
890 
891 


Children 
George W. 
Susie E. 
Ida M. 
Erema C. 
Amos C. 
Austin T. 


Apr. 3, 1870 
Dec. 3, 1871 
Apr. 5, 1873 
Dec. 1, 1874 
May 22, 1876 
May 22, 1878 




Dora A. Snyder 
Samuel L. Brantner 
Robert A. Briles 
Oscar J. Morris 






James G. 


Aug. 31, 1881 


Aug. 29, 1892 








Henry A. 


Aug. 11 ,1886 










311 








4 


78 


George F. Miksch 


Sept. 7, 1843 


Oct. 27, 1886 


Eizabeth L. Messer 


G 




Children 












George H. 


Dec. 13. 1869 


Feb. 5. 1879 




5 


892 


Lola Anna 

312 


Aug. 31, 1868 




H. T. Sutton 


4 


79 


Henrietta L. Frease 


June 11, 1840 


Apr. 3. 1904 


B. F. Frease 


G 




Children 








5 


893 


Edwin S. 

Katie 

Josephine 


Feb. 8, 1867 
Aug. 28, 1868 
Sept. 7. 1872 




Garrett W. Doty 






George 


June 27. 1875 










Benjamin F. Jr. 


Dec. 28, 1878 










313 








4 


^79 


James J. Clewell • 


Jan. 4, 1844 - 


(I-/- 


Charlotte Spidel 


G 




Children 








5 


.iCAO 
1&41 


Elnoyra 
Charles T. 


July 6. 1868. 
Ma^^ 1^ 


fe ir <' 


George Schoolt 
Callie H*«iifi^ 



ti AK £ 



100 



GENH^ALOGY OP 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



314 

rO Tilgiimai' C. Cle\Yell 
Children 
Jay R. 
Estlier M. 



315 



70 



Israel Clewell 
No eliildren 

316 

so Angelica B. Merscli 
Cliilclren 

894 Malinda 
Milton 

895 Mary C. 

896 Emma 

897 Jolm 

317 

80 Henry Felir 
No children 



318 



80 



J. Joseph Fehr 
Child 
898 Rev. William H. 



319 

80 Albert B. 



Fehr 



Cliildren 
Witli tirst wife. 

899 Anson Calvin 
John Albert 

900 Clara (\Mestra 

901 Hattie l^:iuiira 

902 Fizzle .lane 

Witli second wife. 
Frances F'ern 
Katliarine Meyers 

320 



Sept. 9. I^i8 

July 16, 1878 
Sept. 21, 1881 



June 24, 1836 June 27, 1867 

Jan. 1857 

Mar. 3. 1859 1882 

June 18, 1861 
1864 
Nov. 9, 1866 



June 24, 183& 

Aug. 15, 1843 
Apr. 2, 1874 

Sept. 14, 1852 



Sept. 3, 1875 
July 17, 1876 
Mar. 23, 1878 
July 26. 1880 
Oct. 4, 1882 

Sept. 20 1889 

May 18,' 1891 Nov. 5, 1899 



Alice J. Powell 



Priscilla Hall 

Franklin Mersch 

Edwin Frey 

Frank Buncher 
Samuel Menhennitt 
Bmam Bachman 

Julian E. Moyer 

Caroline Young 
Lydia C. Rohn 



1. Sarah J. Schlegel 

2. IMinnie M. Moore 

3. Mary A. Schlegel 

Lizzie A. Hoffman 



T. Oscar Reichley 

Max Suess 

Daniel D. Bergheimer 



4 
(4 

5 


81 
903 
904 


Lewis H. Wolf 

Children 
Milton R. 
Ella M. 
George L. 
Beatus 

321 


Sept. 30, 1837 

June 1, 1859 
Jan. 1, 1865 
Oct. 1, 1871 


Nov. 20, 
Infancy 


1870 


Mary M. Worman 
Emma Clewell 
Clara Minnich 


4 
G 
5 


81 


Allen D. Wolf 

Children 
Edwin Joseph 
Mary Julia 


Oct. 18, 1843 

Sept. 8, 1866 
July 19, 1869 


Aug. 26, 


1902 


Anna Fink 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



101 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



322 

SI Mary A. Engleman 
Cliildren 
'JU.j .Tiilia A. 

Eiizaljeth O. 
Racbael M. 



.Tan. IS, 1S.!)2 

June 20. 1873 
Mar. 28. 1879 
.Jnne 2, 1S84 



323 

81 Henry C. Wolf June 1, 1856 
No report after repeated efforts. 

324 

82 Henry Francis Beck 

Children (tirst wife) 
90(; Almeda Louisa 
907 Cecelia Elizabeth 



Nov. 21, 1820 



Brunner 



325 

82 Henrietta L 

Children 

Cecelia L. 

908 Enirene A. 

909 Edward H. 
Cornelius E. 

910 "William N. 

911 Lovine J. 
Caroline H. 

912 Eliza L. 
Francis L. 

918 Cornelia M. 

326 

82 .Jacob T. Albright 

Children 
Mary E. 
Cordelia 

327 

82 Caroline A. Hunter 
Children 
914 Jane E. 
Anna L. 

328 

So Sarah L. Huebinger 
Children 
Beatus 
Olivia 

329 

S3 Cornelia Wunderling 
Children 
91,5 Maria 
Carrie 
Martha 



Mar. 18. 1853 
Feb. 2, 1859 



Aug. 7, ISi 



Jan. 21, 
Mar. 5. 
Sept. 4, 
Mar. 3, 
Nov. 7, 
Jan. 23, 
Oct. 24, 
Feb. 2. 
Jan. 29, 
Feb. 20, 



1846 
1847 

1848 
18.52 
18.53 

1855 

1856 
1858 
1860 

1863 



May 3, 1836 



July 1, 1S59 
Apr. 8, 1S61 



May 8, 18.39 

Sept. 25, 18.58 
July 26, 1862 



.July 11. 1824 



Mar. 6. 1855 
July 23, 1856 



Jan. 10, 1828 

Oct. 6. 1852 
Sept. 21, 1857 
Julv 16, 1863 



C. C. Engleman 
Earl B. Douglass 



Agnes Kline 



f 1. E 

i 2. S 



Sophia Steyers. 



Rev. A. B. Renshaw 
Rev. J. T. Hamilton 



Mar. 14, 1894 Henry J. Brunner 

Single 

Amelia Kutz 
]Marv Werkheiser 



July IS, 18.53 

Nov. 11, 1886 
Nov. 3. 1861 



Aug. 8, 1882 
Aug. 7, 1864 



Emma Markley 
Maria Farrel 



Dr. Frank B. Chilcott 
William Heberlin 



f 1. Judith S. GeisingeT 
\ 2. Olevia R. Shireman 



Joshua Hunter 



July 29. 1879 William M. Beck 
Sept. 21, 1884 



Infancv 

Nov. 25. 1802 



Frederick Huebinger 



Rev. T. Wunderling 



Rev. Elisha Shields 
Single 



102 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



330 

4 83 Caroline S. Giering 
G No children 



Sept. 20, 1830 



Adam Giering 



331 

4 83 Edward E. Hoeber 
G No children 



Jan. 30, 1840 



Sarah Elbbecke 



332 



4 M 
G 

5 916 


Auuetta L. Smith 

Children 
Ida V. 
Donna A. 

333 


May 27, 1832 

June 23, 1857 
Dec. 28, 1860 


4 84> 
G 

5 917 
1530 


Maa'garet Jejikins 

Children 
Gertrude E. 
George F. 
Robert L. 

334 


Jan. 5, 1840 

June 26, 1867 
Oct. 5, 1869 
Feb. 17, 1871 


4 84 


Augustus A. Clewell 


Nov. 8, 1845 


G 

1642 


Child 
Mamie 





Dr. Elisha Smith 
William Tate 



Robert A. Jenkins 

Andrew J. Howell, Jr. 
Era A. Highsmith 



1. Mary A. Palmer 

2. Christina Kesnodel 

Wollenberg 



335 

4 84 Anna M. Booth 
G No children 



Oct. 25, 1848 Dec. 2, 



John W. Booth 



336 

4 M Prof. John H. Clewell Sept. 19, 1855 
G Children 

5 Clarence Edward July 3, 1883 
Harold Augustus Nov. 12, 1884 
John Henry, Jr., Nov. 24, 1886 
Regenald Francis July 15, 1890 
George Aubrey Oct. 8, 1896 



Aug. 20, 1887 



Alice C. Wdle 



337 

4 85 Harrietta C. Cassler 
G Children 

5 918 Cornelia Rosina 

919 Louisa Matilda 

920 Lucius Augustus 
Josephine 
Edwin Matthias 

921 Caroline 



Aug. 15, 1818 Feb. 24, 1894 Matthias Cassler 



Mar. 2. 1845 
Sept. 15, 1846 
Jan. 26. 1849 
Aug. 20, 1851 
Nov. 28, 1854 
Sept. 7, 1856 



Nov. 15. 187} 



June 30, 1866 
Sept. 11, 1855 



Edw;ard G. Mack 
Albert Darward 
Helen A. Bidwell 



Richard Coghill 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



103 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


I 


?orn 


D 


led 








338 














4 


85 


Sophia S. Hoch 


Feb. 


11, 


1821 


Aug. 


12. 


1896 


G 




Children 














5 


922 


Rev. ^yilliam Henry 


Mar. 


27, 


1846 










923 


Samuel Benjamin 


Aug. 


26, 


1848 










924 


Caroliue Louisa 


Apr. 


24, 


1851 












Franklin Ferdinand 


Dec. 


14, 


1853 


May 


28, 


1876 






Levin Jacob 






1856 


Mar. 


30. 


1863 






Anna Maria 


Sept. 


3, 


1859 


Nov. 


16, 


1862 






Alvin Abraham 


June 


27, 


1862 


Nov. 


10, 


1862 






339 














4 


85 


Eliza C. Hahn 


June 


1, 


1822 








G 




Children 















Married to 



Michael Hoch 

Fredericke D. Deubler 
Amanda El George 
Jackson Siegfried 
Single 



Lewis Hahn 



5 


925 
926 
927 
928 
929 
1534 


Henry E. 
Adline A. 
Ellen E. 
Andrew 0. 
Caroline R. 
Franklin J. 

340 


Jan. 19 1849 
Aug. 3, 1850 
Sept. 4, 1852 
Sept. 10, 1854 
Mar. 11, 1858 
Nov. 2, 1863 






Rebecca Heckman 
Llewellyn Bautaian 
Rev. Frank Ruloft 
Sarah E. Germantowi 
Azariah Bauman 
Ida Werkheiser 


4 
4 
G 
5 


90 

86 

930 


Selma C. Kern 
Julius L. Kern 

Children 
Robert F. 
Edward G. 
Julius L 

341 


Jan. 8, 1833 
Dec. 24, 1819 

Aug. 5. 1852 
July 19, 1853 
Oct. 26, 1855 


Julv 
July 

Nov. 


18. 1S63 
9, 1860 

14, 1855 


.Julius L. Kern 
Selma Spach 

Single 

Rachael' V. Swain 


4 
G 
5 


86 
931 


Matilda L. Kern 

Children 
Julius A. 
Amanda C. 

342 


Dec. 20, 1820 

Mar. 17, 1846 
July 16, 1851 


Sept. 
Aug. 


28, 1898 
1, 1875 


Peter Kern 
Catharine Oplinger 


4 
G 


86 


William T. Kern 

No children 

343 


June 20, 1824 


Mar. 


1, 1879 


Marietta Kilbert 


4 
G 


86 


Augusta 0. :Mendenliall 
No children 


Apr. 26, 1834 


June 


30, 1865 


William Mendenhall 



344 



87 Catharine E. Youngling July 28, 1882 



Her Children 

(second husbandi, 
Charles Samuel Dillman Nov. 4, 1854 

(third husband) 
Marv Ruth Clark May 31, 1858 



f 1. Larkin Dearen 

I 2. George Dillman 

-{ 3. John Clark 

I 4. Henry Miller 

[ 5. John Youngling 



Single 

Single 



104 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






345 










4 


87 


Lewis A. Levering- 


Sept. 28, 1826 


Nov. 10, 


1895 


Sophia T. Houser 


G 




Children 










5 


932 


Bishop Joseph Mortimer 


Feb. 20, 1849 






Martha A. Whitesell 




933 


Malvina Louisa 


Dec. 20, 1850 






Wm. Ellis Creson 




934 


Martin Montgomery 


May 25, 1853 






Sarah M. Keller 






Marv Emma 


Oct. 10, 1855 


Jan. 8, 


1857 






935 


Alice 


May 31, 1858 






Henry Taylor 






Susan Ellen 


Feb. 24, TS61 


Apr. 30, 


1879 








Sarah Matilda 


Jan. 21. 1864 


July 22, 


1881 






936 


Lewis Russell 


Sept. 14, 1867 






Mary I. Schultz 




937 


William Henry 


Julv 21. 1869 






Florence J. McRoberts 




938 


Ruth Ann 


Mar. 5, 1872 






Charles W. Crout 



346 

4 87 Charles J. Levering, Jr. Dec. 14, 1827 
G Child 

5 939 Laura Jan. 1865 



940 



347 

Levi L. Levering 

Children 
Ruth Annie 
Effie Ray 
Harry Raymond 
Albert Linwood 
Chance Daisy 
Joseph :Montgomery 
Mary Adalaide 
Ned Michael 

348 

Mary L. Michael 

Children 
Edward William 
Henry Levering 
Emma Augusta 
Gertrude Evelyn 
Caroline Montgomery 



Oct. 8. 1831 



Jan. 23, 1888 Emily Turner 
Is. Fleming 

Sarah M'. Youngling 



Sept 16, 


1861 


June 


21. 


1864 


Apr. 9. 


1866 








Sept. 13, 


1867 


Mar. 


26. 


1875 


Mar. 21, 


1869 








Jan. 20, 


1871 


Jan. 


21, 


1871 


July 20. 


1874 








Aug. 13. 


1876 








Jan. 21, 


1881 


Aug. 


5, 


1881 



Mar. 7, 1833 

Oct. 27. 1859 
Jan. 23, 1861 
July 2. 1866 
Jan. 5. 1868 
Apr. 7, 1871 



Nov. 6, 1859 



849 

:\Iatlida R. (McKinley) Mar. 23, 1836 
Birch 
No childi'en 

350 



Charles G. Michael 



Grace E. Bauman 



2. William Birch 



4 


88 


Maria Ta Shireman 


.Tan. 


27, 


1824 


Aug. 


4. 1905 


Anderw Shireman 


G 




Children 














5 


941 


Emeline S. 


Dec. 


28. 


1849 






William H. Steinmetx 




942 


Joseph IT. 


Julv 


27, 


1852 






Bella Ehret 




943 


Charles W. 


Mar. 


19. 


1855 






Katie Tengeman 






Milton D. 


Feb. 


13. 


1858 


Apr. 


12. 1863 








Ardelia E. 


June 


12. 


1860 


Apr. 


10, 1863 






944 


Sarah A. 


Mnv 


18. 


1864 






Joseph Seyfried 




945 


Eugene F. 


Sept. 


7, 


1866 






Camilla Buss 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



105 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



351 



4 


S.S 


Matilda C. 


G 




Children 


5 


946 


Marv S. 




947 


Ellen L. 




948 


Sarah E. 




949 


Emma M. 



352 



Lehr 



June 2, 1825 

Feb. 4, 1853 
July 10, 1854 
Jiine 21, 1856 
Jan. 30, 1863 



4 88 Emelius Stocker May 21, 1829 

G For his family see (264) 



Oct. 5. 1898 



Adam Lehr 

W. J. Happel 
Joseph Snyder 
Israel D. Trein 
Thomas Koehler 



Angelica M. Giersch 



353 

88 William Stocker 
Children 
Ella M. 
950 Arminta S. 



Feb. 18, 1833 



Jan. 2, 1865 
Aug. 18, 1869 



Maria L. Wenhold 
George W. Hosfeld 



354 

88 Elenora E. Levers 



:\Iay 



1837 



Aaron B. Levers 



ii 




Children 














5 




Laura L. 


Sept. 


10, 1862 


Sept. 


12, 


1866 






951 


Harry O. 


Mar. 


22, 1866 








Laura L. Ott 




952 


Carrie L. 

355 


Jan. 


24. 18(58 








Clayton L. Shinier 


4 


&S 


Caroline Bassett 


Jan. 


31, 1846 








Nathan Bassett 


G 




Children 














5 




Walter H. 
Gertrude L. 
Amelia L. 
Beulah L. 
Laura M. 
George A. 

356 


Oct. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
May 
Aug. 
May 


22, 1871 
14, 1874 

24. 1877 
29, 1880 
10, 1882 
3, 1886 










4 


89 


Henry S. Ebbecke 


July 


2. 1828 


July 


30, 


1902 


ClaiTissa Lehr 


G 




Children 














5 




Milton C. 


Jan. 


18, 1855 


Julv 


30. 


1897 


Single 






Susan 0. 


Dee. 


1, 1856 


July 


28. 


1884 


Single 






Sanford E. 


Feb. 


1, 1859 


I\Iar. 


4, 


1863 






953 


Lucinda A. 


July 


19, 1862 








Stephen A. Ti'ein 




954 


John F. 


.Tulv 


17. 1866 








:Mlnnie Rulie 




955 


Mary Ella 

357 


July 


2. 1870 


June 


17, 


1905 


Harry Keller 


4 


89 


Louisa Kern 


July 


4, 1831 








William H. Kern 


G 




Children 














5 




Maurice C. 
Oliver J. 


Sept. 
May 


. 8, 1852 
22, 1854 


Mar. 


10, 


1877 


Single 
Single 




9.56 


Jane E. 


Apr. 


29. 18.58 


Oct. 


11, 


1902 


Wi/liam H. Kortz 




957 


Harry W. 
Charles L. 


May 
Jan. 


29. 1864 

7, 1877 








Belle Mettler 



106 



GBNEAi^OGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 




Born 


Died 




Married to 






358 












4 


89 


Lueiiida Brown 


Oct. 


2, 1833 






Daniel Brown 


G 




Children 












5 




Charles 


Nov. 


17, 1854 


Nov. 1, 


1874 








Mary 


Feb. 


27, 1856 


May 12, 


1862 






958 


Anna 


Apr. 


23, 1861 






Charles X. Miller 




959 


Ella J. 

359 


June 


13, 1864 






William H. George 


4 


89 


Sarah Hoeber 


May 


25, 1840 






Edward Hoeber 


G 




No children 

360 












4 


90 


Selma C. Kern 


Jan. 


8, 1833 


July 18, 


1863 


Julius L. Kern 


G 




For her family see (340 

361 












4 


90 


Ernostina Nading 


Sept 


21, 1835 


Jan. 17 


,1858 


William Nading 


G 




Child 












5 


960 


Granville 

362 


Jan. 


15, 1858 






Voetoria Hickx 


4 


90 


Caroline Griffith 


Aug. 


7, 1838 


Deceased 




Griffith 


G 




Child 












5 




John D. 

363 












4 


90 


Emelins D. Spach 


Nov. 


21, 1841 






Cornelia C. Beitel 


G 




Children 












5 


961 


James F. 
Margaret F. 


Aug. 
Nov. 


9, 1870 

7, 1872 






Julia Brawdy 






Charles H. 


Nov. 


2, 1874 


Aug. 18, 


1875 








Edward D. 


Aug. 


20, 1876 


Feb. 4, 1877 








364 












4 


91 


Elmma Schult^ 


June 


23, 1826 






Henry Schultz 


G 




Children 












5 


962 


Matilda C. 


Dee. 


24, 1851 






John Dorsch 




963 


Milton S. 


Apr. 


23, 1853 






Emma Leper 






Charles H. 


Aug. 


31, 1854 


Deceased 








964 


Anna M. 


Feb. 


22, 1856 






George Mahady 






Frank E. 


Jan. 


13, 1858 


Deceasea 










Bngene J. 


Oct. 


2, 1859 










965 


Agnes F. 


Oct. 


12, 1860 






John Schmidt 




966 


Caroline A. 


Nov. 


6. 1862 






Unico Schneck 




967 


p]mma H. 

365 


Nov. 


29, 1865 






William T. Hall 


4 


91 


Moses C. Clewell 


Aug. 


11, 1828 


Dec. 28, 




Matilda Maxwell 


G 




One child l)nt died in 


infancy. 












366 












4 


91 


Joseph Robert Clewell 


Sept. 


13, 1&32 


In war 




Sophia Orth 


G 




Children 












5 


968 


Emma Frances 


June 


12, 1859 


Jan. 19, 


1895 


George W. Miskell 




969 


Harry E. 
Joseph 


Aug. 


17, 1863 






Mary A. Richter 



THE CLEWElLL FAMILY. 



107 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



367 

•I 92 Sopliia C. Cawley 
G No children 

368 



4 


92 


Einiira Abel 


G 




Children 


5 


970 


Prank 




971 


Henry P. 

Ellen S. 




972 


Rev. Alien 
Ida 
Lewis E. 




973 


Charles 
Edward 

369 


4 


92 


Edward A. Clewell 


G 




Children 


5 


974 


Andrew B. 




975 


Harry 




976 


Mary A. 
Annie 




977 


Theresa 

Eddie 

Fred 

370 


4 


92 


Adelaide Hartman 


G 




Children 


5 




Annie 




978 


William 
Freddie 

371 


4 


93 


Abraham H. Clewe 


G 




No children 

372 


4 


93 


Frank A. Clewell 


G 




Children 


5 


979 


Otilla L. 
Cora A. 




980 


Emma E. 




981 


Clara A. 




982 


Frank H. C. 

373 


4 


93 


Maria A. Meyers 


G 




Children 


5 


983 


I^uis H. 




984 


Clara E. 
Emma 0. 
Ben.iamin F. 




985 


Charles W. 




986 


John G, 



July 3, 1831 Mar. 31, 185(! 



Oct. 12, 1834 

June 17, 1859 
Aug. 31, 1861 
Miay 3, 1864 
Aug. 9, 1866 
Sept. 7. 1868 
June 7, 1871 
Oct. 27, 1874 
Sept. 19, 1876 



Apr. 18, 1838 

Jan. 27. 1873 

July 28, 1874 

Jan. 1. 1876 

Nov. 28, 1878 

July 10, 1880 



July 12, 1840 

Mar. 21, 1865 

July 3. 1868 

Mar. 22. 1877 



Nov. 11, 1834 



Mar. 14, 1836 

Apr. 3, 1858 
Mar. 14. 1860 
June 29, 1862 
Apr. 24. 1866 
Mar. 5. 1871 



Mar. 14, 1837 

Mav 21. 1859 

Nov. 29. 1860 

Nov. 7, 1862 

Dec. 5. 1864 

Dec. 31. 1866 

Sept. 12, 1868 



Jan. 13, 1871 

Nov. 29, 1873 

Aug. 23, 1901 

Oct. 9, 1883 

Dec. 23, 1892 



May 17, 1868 



Julv 23, 1863 



June 7. 1905 



Cawley 



Lewis H. Abel 

Jessie E. Stout 
Jennie Jones 

Bmiiy L. Mack 



Carrie Deitrich 
Single 



Margaret A. Victor 

Lizzie Baker 
Nellie Dailey 
William Rossiter 

Stephen Griffin 



Christian F. Hartman 
Mary Schall 

Eliza A. Trine 

Sarah A. Cope 

John Barron 

John Bal'inger 

Orrin Torrey 

Susie E. Armstrong 

John G. Meyers 

Nettie Shadbolt 
Fenton Bradford 
Single 

C'nudine Brooks 
Minnie Seitz 



108 



GENEALOGY OP 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






374 












4 


93 


Emma E. Hamman 


Aug. 


13, 1838 






Jacob J. Hamman 


G 




Children 












5 




Medora H. 


July 


21, ISoO 


Aug. 


6, 1885 


Single 






Beatus 


Jan. 


14, 1862 


June 


10, 18t)2 








Bei-tiue I. 


July 


3, 1863 


Oct. 


9. 1871 








John S. 


Aug. 


4, 1864 


Julv 


6. 1865 








Bertina E. 


Oct. 


15, 1871 


Mar. 


31, 1872 








375 












4 


93 


William C. Clewell 


Sept. 


22, 1843 






Elizabeth Snyder 


G 




Children 












5 




Laura A. 


Aug. 


23, 1868 










987 


Mattie A. 


Nov. 


24, 1869 






D. A. Brahana 




988 


Walter D. 

376 


Apr. 


11, 1871 






Alice Black 


4 


93 


Adoline O. Werkheiser 


Ang. 


29, 1846 


Dec. 


2, 18911 


Amandes Werkheiser 


G 




Children 












5 


989 


Laura A. 


July 


28, 1870 






James Sayers 




990 


Clinton S. 


Apr. 


25, 1872 






Martha E.' Alcorn 




991 


Henry P. 


July 25, 1874 






Florence E. Bader 






Lewis F. 


Jan. 


19, . 1876 


July 


14, 1882 






992 


Jennie 0. 
Erwin E. 
Charles L. 
Alice M. 
"William S. 
Franklin D. 

377 


Mar. 
July 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
July 


5, 1877 
2. 1879 
17, 1881 
31, 1882 

16, 1884 

17, 1889 






Lesley G. Griffith 


4 


93 


John J. Clewell 


Jan. 


3, 1892 




{ 


1. Otilla ilooro 














2. Mary C. Rogers 


G 




Children (first wife) 












5 


933 


Charles W. 


Feb. 


3. 1877 






Edith Cohick 




994 


Annie B. 

378 


Nov. 


30, 1880 






Robert F. Osman 


4 


93 


Daniel A. Clewell 


Nov. 


10, 1863 






Lillle M. Price 


G 




Child 












5 




Mabelle E. 

379 


May 


14, 1893 








4 


V 94 


Lawrence A. Clewell ^ 


Apr. 


12, 1842 






Narcissa Miller 


G 




Children 












5 


995 


Charles Walter 


Mar. 


2. 1876 


1 


'lS,i^('l 


Eva :Merrick 






Bessie Narcissa 


Nov. 


26, 1880 


' Sept. 








Raymond Miller 


Mar. 


4, 1883 


S. 1881 






99G 


Helen Olive 
Robert Lawrence 
Ralph Lli 


IHay 
Sept. 
Mar. 


7. 1885 
2, 1886 
10, 1892 






Daniel L. Stewart 



380 



4 95 Mary Ann Harris 

5 Son 



Apr. 22, 1835 



Deceased 
Deceasea 



Charles Harris 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



109 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



381 



4 95 Frances Ann Scott 
G No cliildren 



Jan. 24, 1S31 



382 



4 


9(> 


Sarali J. Sa 


ders 


Oct. 23, 


184G 


U 




Cliildren 








o 


997 


Mary E. 




Feb. 20, 


1870 




998 


tioward C. 




Sept. 15, 


. 1874 




999 


Carrie B. 




Jan. 1, 


1879 






Alveua J. 




May 31, 


1880 






Pauline A. 




May 28, 


1883 






Elva F. 




June 21, 


1887 






383 








4 


9(i 


Clarrissa S. 


Lennart 


May 15, 


1848 


a 




Children 








o 




Albert C. 




Jan. 15. 


1871 




1000 


I.aura 




Aug. 25, 


1876 



384 

4 96 Mary E. McVaugli 

<T Children 



Am-. 



1852 



William Scott 



Charles A. Sanders 

John F. Booth 
Nellie Kerby 
Leonard E. Freed 



Charles Lenhart 
John Steer 

Frederick McA'augh 





1613 


May 




May 15. 


1870 




Joseph Grolle 




1(U4 


Morris 

385 




Aug. 12, 


1876 




Ella Claton 


4 


96 


Matthew A 


. Calhoun 




1853 






G 




Child 
Beatus 

386 








Infancy 




4 


96 


Amelia L. 


Kneezel 


July 15, 


1854 




William Kneezel 


G 




Children 












5 


1001 


William F. 




Jan. 13, 


1870 




Carrie schrey 




l(Mi2 


Albert O. 




Dec. (). 


1872 




jNIary C. INIarsdon 




1003 


\Valter C. 




Mar. 24, 


1875 




Maggie McAnally 




101)4 


Edgar C. 




Mar. 24, 


1878 




Minnie Kling 




1005 


Elva M. 
Harry B. 




July 16, 
Mar. 29, 


1880 

1884 




Carl A. Roesler 






t rank 




Oct. 25, 


1886 


July 13. 1887 








Eva 




Oct. 25, 


1886 


Sept. 10, 1887 








Frank H. 




June 20, 


1889 










387 












4 


96 


Elizabeth C, 


. Frey 


Nov. 20, 


1856 




George W. Frey 


G 




Children 












5 




Lillie M. 




May 15, 


1874 


Deceased 








Mary E. 




May 18. 


1876 


Deceased 








William F. 




Sept. 9, 


1878 








1645 


L;aira C. 

388 




Nov. 7, 


1880 




Harry Alexander 


4 


96 


William F. 


Calhoun 


Nov. 20, 


1856 




Susan Wllkey 


G 




No children 











110 



GENEALOGY OV 



Geu. No. 



INames 



Born 



Died 



389 

5 98 Adelia H. Whittlesey Nov. 22, 1832 
F Cliikireii 

6 1006 George B. »ept. 28, 1857 

1007 Mary E. June 2, 1859 

1008 Herbert C. Oct. 27, 1862 



Married to 



R. F. L. Whittlesey 

En^ma A. Hoyt 
H. M. Lash 
Maye F. Eaaan 



390 

5 98 Stephen A. Clewell 
F Childi-eu 

6 Mary 
Charles S. 

391 

5 98 Delorma M. Clewell 
F Child 

6 1009 Mary A. 

392 

5 98 Mary L. Super 
F Children 

1010 Corinne E. 

Francis H. 

Ralph C. 

Frederick P. 

393 

5 100 Wilhelmina M. Ullery 
F Children 

6 Rosa Anna 
1011 Luella May 

394 

5 100 Jeremiah D. Beckley 
F Children 

6 1012 Lydia M. 
1013 Delberd J. 

395 

5 103 Eugene A. Rau 
F No children 



396 

104 Jane E. Krause 
Children 
Arthur C. 
G. Frederic 
Paul 



397 

104 Charles W. Roepper 
Child 
Charles B. 



Apr. 4, 1835 

June 1868 
Mar. 16, 1880 



Feb. 15, 1837 
June 7, 1869 

May 30, 1840 

July 31, 1869 
Mar. 1, 1872 
June 11, 1875 
Aug. 14, 1877 

Nov. 9, 1843 

Feb. 25, 1867 
May 17, 1868 

Apr. 19, lc848 

Dec. 31, 1872 
Jan. 8, 1875 

July 22, 1848 

May 3, 1844 

July 16, 1867 
July 14, 1873 
Sept. 28, 1878 

Jan. 13, 1848 
Jan. 3, 1886 



Enitma C. Seeley 



Mary J. Beebe 
George J. Waggoner 

Charles W. Super 
May 1, 1894 Wilbur M. Stine 

Nov. 23, 1885 



May 8, 1885 



Joseph A. Ullery 



William H. Snider 



Feb. 17, 1900 Catharine Side 



P. H. Woolman 
Ida M. Hench 



Matilda S. Klose 



Cornelius W. Krause 



Nina Brashear 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



Ill 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



398 

5 105 Jacob A. Uliler 
F Cliild 

(J Fred D. 

399 

5 105 Mary Laubacii 
F Children 

G Jolin H. 

1014 Minnie 

1015 Eugene J. 

400 

5 105 Matilda A. Henderson 
F Children 

(i 1016 William C. 
Mary A. 

401 

5 105 Ida C. Newberry 
F No Children 



402 



407 

5 110 Mary Jane Reeser 
F Child 

6 Howard 



408 

Ida E. Beitel 

Children 

Beatus 
William Ricliard 



1838 
1867 



Sarah A. Donaldson 



Sept. 16, 1839 June 1, 1903 Augustus H. Laubach 

Dec. 29, 1857 Jan. 14. 1874 

Feb. 14, 1859 Free 

Apr. 22, 1862 Helen Harvev 



Jan. 24, I843 



Dee. 9, 1867 

Mar. 22, 1871 Jan. 20, 1876 



John E. Henderson 
Agnes B. McCann 



5 
F 
6 


105 
1017 


David W. Uhler 

Child 
Ida 

403 


Oct. 


26, 


1866 


5 
F 
6 


105 


Harry G. Uhler 

Children 
Carrie Maud 
Harry G. 

404 


Aug. 

Nov. 
Feb. 


18, 

17, 
11, 


1856 

1880 
1883 


5 
F 
6 


106 


Louisa Blassins 

ChikU-en 
Lovin W. 
Oscar E. 

406 








F 

6 


108 


Martha A. McKee 

Child 
Grace C. 


Dec. 
Sept. 


4, 
17, 


1848 
, 1882 



Nov. 20, 1845 Oct. 10, 1866 John C. NewDerry 



1. Rosa una Wagnei 

2. JNIabel Henn 
liohert E. Keele/ 



Mattie A. Thornburg 



Charles Blasius 



Walter J. McKee 



Feb. 22, 1848 Howard S. Reeser 

Jan. 20, 1873 Mar. 14, 1S73 



July 6, 1846 

Dec. 13, 1870 Dec. 14, 1870 
July 27, 1885 Sept. 24, 1890 



John F. Beitel 



112 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






409 










5 
F 


113 
1018 


Anna E. Reed 

Children 
Clark L. 
Elmer E. 
Royer R. 

410 


Mar. 21, 1854 

Nov. 27, 1879 
Mar. 16, 1881 
Mar. 19, 18»3 






Jacob V. Reed 
Mary Underwood 


5 
V 
6 


113 


Eugene Clewell 

Children 
Charles V. 
Oscar L. 
Romane 
Josie B. 
Frederick E. 
Hazel B. 
Ruth L. 

411 


July 4, 1855 

July 29, 1882 
Feb. 14, 1885 
Jan. 19, 1887 
Apr. 27, 1889 
Nov. 4, 1894 
Apr. 24, 1896 
Sept. 27, 1897 


Dec. 13, 
Apr. 17, 

Sept. 23, 


1897 
1890 

1898 


Clara Carr 


5 
F 

6 


113 
1019 


Clara C. Robecker 

Child 
Mabel 0. 


Aug. 24. 1857 
Nov. 6, 1880 






M. W. Robecker 
B. L. Prather 



412 

113 Laura O. Baskin 



July 31 



Charles H. Baskin 



F 




No children 
413 






5 
F 
6 


113 


Joseph F. Clewell 

Children 
Ethel M. 
Lena M. 
Josephine T. 
Viola G. 
Nola E 

414 


Apr. 18, 1861 

May 26, 1887 
May 18. 1889 
Jan. 15, 1891 
Sept. 22. 1893 
Oct. 8, 1896 


Edith Stewart 


5 
6 


113 


Charles A. Clewell 

Children 
Roy J. 
Levin F. 

415 


July 10. 1867 

Jan. 21, 1900 
Apr. 5, 1902 


Eldora Johnso 


5 
F 


114 


Carrie A. Rice 
No children 

416 


Oct. 22, 1852 


Fred J. Rice 


5 
G 


114 


Eugene A. Clewell 

ChikU-en 
Frank E. 
Florence R. 
Clara F. 
Ruth E. 
Henry A. 


Jan. 10, 1854 Oct. 19, 1904 

Mar. 20, 1883 
June 28, 1887 
Apr. 24, 1890 
Oct. 5, 1893 
Nov. 9, 1897 


Emma Mattes 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



113 



Gen 


. No 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






417 












5 
F 

(> 


114 


Charles H. Clewell 

Cliildi-eu 
Carrie M. 
Ethel G. 
Mabel E. 
Pearl C. 

418 


Dec. 7, 1861 

Jan. 20, 1887 
May 2, 1888 
Dec. 23, 1891 
Oct. 12, 1896 








Jennie M. Gulich 


F 
G 


115 


Harry C. Steckel 

Child 
Walter L. 

419 


Oct. 2, 1856 
Apr. 2, 1886 








Cora Hagenbuch 


5 
F 
6 


115 


Robert W. Steckel 

Children 
Agnes M. 
Nellie M. 

420 


Nov. 28, 1860 

• June 28, 1892 
June 26, 1897 








Ndllle Mitchell 


5 
F 

(3 


110 


Anna C. Grandhomme 

Children 
Claude E. 
Jacob L. 
Adele C. 
Emil R. 

421 


Mar. 31, 1862 

Nov. 2, 1886 
Nov. 4, 1889 
Oct. 29, 1891 
Mar. 10, 1895 








Edm. Grandhomme 


5 
F 
6 


116 


Dr. William H. Clewell 

Children 
John A. 
Jacob L. 
William H. 


Sept. 17, 1869 

Feb. 28, 1888 
Nov. 8, 1892 
July 19, 1899 


Dec. 
Aug. 


24, 1896 
2, 1899 


Nellie B. Armour 






422 












5 
F 


117 


Emma L. Rockel 

Children 
Lila 
Sadie 
Mabel 


Sept. 25, 1860 


Deceased 
Deceased 




Henry Rockel 






423 












5 
F 
6 


117 


Robert F. CleAvell 

Children 
Helen M. 
Robert P. 
William H. J. 

424 


May 9, 1865 

May 24, 1891 
Nov. 27, 1892 
July 18, 1895 


Mar. 


26, 


1896 


Ida C. Fenstermacher 


5 

F 
6 


117 


Albert E. Clewell 

Children (first wife) 
Mabel I. 
Esther L. 
Alavesta C. 


July 24, 1869 

Jan. 16, 1892 
Jan. 27. 1893 
Dec. 25, 1894 


Deceased 
Deceased 




/ 1. Mary L. Krause 
\ 2. Kate L. Hausinan 



Children (second wife) 
LeRoy P. S. Aug. 16, 1901 



114 




GENEALOGY OF 








Gen. No 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 




425 












5 110 


Mon-is G. Daily 


Jnly 2G, 1SG9 








Sallie A. Doll 


F 


No children 

426 












5 119 


Frederick L. Daily 


Feb. 2, 1871 








Elizabeth Stehlig 


F 


Cliild 
Flhvood Fred 

427 


Apr. G, 190G 










5 120 


Tliomas D. Clewell 


.Inly 2G. 1881 








Ella Eberhard 


F 


No children 

428 












5 122 


Augnsta E. Hay 


.Jnne 8, 1835 


Aug. 


14, 


1876 


J Franklin B. Steine 
I Charles Hay 














F 


Child 












G 1U20 


Harry 
429 


Sept. 30, ISGO 








Mary C. Kohl 


3 123 


Franklin F. Yogenitz 


Dec. 10, 1832 


Apr. 


15, 


1888 


Margaret Young 


F 


Children 












b 1021 


Mary E. 


May 2G, 1858 








William Walp 




reter ts. 


Oct. 23, 18G3 


Aug. 


14, 


1882 




1022 


Emma S. 


Nov. 14, 18GG 








David H. Adair 




George W. 


Feb. 25, 1870 


Aug. 


25, 


1871 




1023 


Frank L,. 

430 


Ang. 24, 1873 








Sarah Savitz 


5 123 


Cornelia H. Fein- 


May 22, 1834 








Levi Fehr 


F 


No report 

431 












5 123 


Matilda Litzenberger 


Aug. 2G, 1837 








Edwin Ijitzenberg 


1^' 


Caildren 












(J 


Amancia 


Mar. 11. 1855 


July 


15, 


1854 






Charles 


Oct. IS, 185G 


Oct. 


0, 


1857 




1475 


Mary 


May 18, 1859 








Wailter Eisenhard 


1024 


Sarah 


July 27, 18G2 








August Case! 


102.J 


Jolni 
Howard 


Sept. 23, 18Cv4 
Jan. 10, 1866 


Oct. 


1, 


1901 


Maggie Stuber 




James H. 


Feb. 11, 1869 


Mar, 


18, 


1869 




1477 


Lillie 


Feb. 16, 1870 








Daniel HariJer 


102(j 


George 


May 5, 1872 








Flora Lehr 


1027 


(xertrnde 


May 10, 1874 








Charles Ueberroth 


147r, 


Eddie 


May 5, 1882 








Irene Koehler 




Alfred 




Infancy 








432 












5 123 


Ellen J. Bander 


July 28, 1841 


Apr. 


1, 


1883 


Nathan Bander 


F 


Children 












1028 


Eliza L. 


Nov. 12. 18(16 


July 


6, 


1899 


James Wright 


1020 


William S. 


Feb. 26, 1868 


Nov. 


16, 


1893 


Ettie Steer 


1030 


Carrie A. 


Dec. 4, 1869 








(reorge Knauss 


1031 


Mary H. 


Apr. 8, 1871 








William T. Smith 


1032 


Sarah A. 


Apr. 4. 1873 








Komanus Hull 


1033 


Harvey F. 


Sept. 17, 1877 








Mary Plant 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



115 



Gen. No 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






433 










5 


123 


Sarah B. Bohn 


Aug. 23, 1843 






Charles Kohn 


1^' 




Children 










(i 


1034 


Ida 


Feb. 5, 1865 






Joseph Ruell 






Jacob 


Feb. 13, 1868 


Dec. 11, 


1868 






1085 
1036 
1037 
1038 


Mary 

Martha 

Lizzie 

(jrertrude 

Albert 

John 

434 


Jan. 20, 1871 
Feb. 22, 1875 
Sept. 14, 1877 
Nov. 30, 1878 
July 31, 1880 
Nov. 16, 1886 






John Crook 
Edward Fielding 
William Baker 
Charles Glenn 


5 


123 


Eliza S. Schmidt 
Chiklreii 


Sept. IS, 1S48 






Charles C. Schmidt 


G 




Sallie S. 


Sept. 13, 1869 


Nov. 25, 


1882 






1039 
1040 


William F. 
Herbert T. 


Jan. 6, 1871 
Nov. 5, 1872 






Anna Hinken 
Miivy Bear 






Euuiia N. 


Feb. 16, 1874 


July 11, 


1876 






1041 


Charles C. 
Lewis H. 


Mar. 4, 1876 
Feb. 19, 1878 


Mar. 13, 


1893 


Reca Berger 




1042 


Amelia E. 


Feb. 17, 1880 






William Hinken 
Ida Allen 




1043 


Milton V. 


Mar. 22, 1882 










Robert A. 


Feb. 27, 1886 










435 










o 
F 


123 


William F. Vogenitz 
Children 


July 29, 


Jan. 1, 


1882 


ISIatilda Fink 





1044 


Alfred S. 
Mary Ann 
Charles W. 


Feb. 5, 1852 


July 12, 
Deceased 


1875 


S. Emma Acker 




1045 


Emma 
James S. 
Amanda S. 


Dec. 13,- 1859 
July 29 1866 


Deceased 




Ellen Smith 




1046 


Jane M. 


Mar. 4, 1873 






William Sell 




1047 


Ida Matilda 


Nov. 10, 1874 






Frank Garis 



436 

5 123 Edmond Vogenitz 
F No children 

437 

5 123 Calvin Vogenitz 
F Children 

6 1048 Lillian Anna 

Minnie 
Frank 
Mamie 

438 

5 123 Caroline .Alover 
F Children 

6 1479 Annie 
1484 Minnie 

Charles 
Gertie 



Dec. 20, 1880 



Deceased 



Deceased 



Deceased 
Deceased 
Deceased 



Mary Allender 

Sophia Sigley 
William Reph 

Harry Moyer 

George Meitzler 
Reinsmith 



116 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Born 



439 

123 Einelia Trnmbauer 

No report was received from this family 



Died 



Married to 



Joseph Trumbauer 



440 

5 124 Edward L 
P Child 

6 1049 Clara 



Miksch Mar. 3, 1840 Catherine Stout 

Apr. 3. 1873 Sept. 21, 1905 H. H. Cooley 



441 



5 


124 


Charles W. 


Miksch 


F 




Children 




G 




Eugene F. 






1050 


Robert A. 






1051 


Stelle E. 






1052 


Ella E. 
Warren L. 

442 




5 


12G 


Alfred Bates 


b' 




Children 




6 


1053 


Mary A. 






1054 


Clara B. 
Edith M. 

443 




5 


1 12G Edgar A. 


Bates 


F 




Children 







1548 


George F. 
Emma H, 
Sadie 

444 




5 


128 


Francis C. 


Christ 


F 




Children 









Martha AV. 
Claude R. 

445 




5 


131 


Edwin H. 


Fehr 


F 




Children 









Mayme R. 
Dale E. 





Mar. IG, 1849 

Apr. 20, 18G9 
Dec. 23, 1870 
Jan. 25, 1877 
July 9. 1881 
June 17, 1883 



Apr. 18, 1845 

July 16, 18G8 

Feb. 17, 1882 

Feb. 17, 1882 



July 20, 1857 

Mar. 2G, 1882 
May 3, 1884 
Jan. 29, 1890 



Dec. 11, 1851 

Mar. 30, 1882 
Sept. 8, 1889 



June 1, 1843 

Sept. 13, 1879 
Apr. 20, 1888 



446 

131 Anna E. Seyfried Shulte July 17, 



1845 



Children (first husband) 

1055 James Nov. 20, 18G9 

Emma L. Nov. 1, 1871 

(second hiisband) 

Frank May 30, 1876 

Annie Sept. 17, 1877 



Nov. 26, 18G9 



Oct. 28, 1885 



Maria W. Kiefer 



Carrie Herring 
Frank Kichline 
Frank Mory 



Sarah Drehr 

Harry R. Hawkin 
George S. Allen 



Mary Bobbins 
Maggie Griffith 



Aquila E. Woodring 



Etta Brown 



J 1. William Seyfried 
June 4. 1S86 \ 2. August Shulte 



Nov. 7, 1887 



Aug. 4, 1873 



Maggie Clark 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



117 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






447 








5 
F 
G 


131 


Ellen S. Johnson 

Children 
Harry E. 
Robert 
Frank S. 

448 


Apr. 18, 1847 

June 21. 1874 
Aug. 20, 1880 
Jan. 18, 1885 


July 1881 


William H. J. Johnson 


5 
F 
6 


131 


Sabina M. Hunter 

Children 
Emma E. 
William Franklin 


Nov. », 18o4 

vSept. 17, 1875 
Apr. 4, 1884 




Edwin Hunter 



449 

5 131 Thomas J. Fehr 
F No children 

450 



Sept. 5, 1856 Mar. 28, 1901 Jane Flyte 



5 


131 


Sarah M. Meyers 


Nov. 5, 1857 








George Meyers 


F 




Chiltli-en 












a 




Annie E. 
Nelson George 
Elizabeth C. 
Marshall G. 

451 


Jan. 24, 1879 
Aug. 31, 1880 
July 26, 1882 
July 28. 1888 










5 


131 


Emma S. Stauffer 


July 23, 1860 


July 




1890 


Jacob Stauffer 


F 




Child 












6 




William K. 

452 


June 4, 1890 










5 


131 


Olevia C. Miller 


Aug. 10, 1SG3 








William H. Mille: 


F 




Children 












G 




Steward F. 
Archi R. 

453 


Sept. 9, 1890 
June 8, 1894 


Dec. 


17, 


1890 




5 


131 


Elmer R. Fehr 


Mar. 10, 1866 








Dora Pierce 


F 




Childi-en 












6 




Marshall W. 
Stella M. 
Howard R. 

454 


Sept. 18, 1888 
Sept. 9, 1891 
Mar. 9, 1893 










5 


132 


Catharine E. Steinmetz 


Dec. 2, 1839 


Feb. 


2 


1896 


Gideon Steinmet2 


F 




Children 












G 




Granville E. 


July 6, 1858 


July 


23, 


1858 






1056 


J. Franklin 


Dec. 12, 18.59 








Aillie Levan 




1057 


Susan M. 


Mar. 25, 1861 








Eli Schock 




1058 


Emma E. 


Nov. 20, 1862 








George Osthoff 




1059 


Rev. Milton J. 


July 24, 1864 








Lillian Funk 




1060 


Rev. Charles S. 


.Tan. 22, 1866 








Jessie IM. Currier 






Amanda L. 


Dec. 6, 1867 


Feb. 


17. 


ISCS 








Harrison F. 


Feb. 12. 1869 


Feb. 


27, 


1869 








William J. 


Sept. 3, 1870 












1061 


Carrie M, 


July 11, 1876 








A, Maier 



118 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Borix 



Died 



Married to 



455 



5 


132 


Wiliam F. CleAvell 


Sept. 16 


. 1846 


Dee. 


24, 


1901 


F 




No cliildren 

456 












5 


133 


Matilda E. Seyfried 


April 3, 


1840 








F 




Children 












6 


1062 


Wilson D. 
James .J. 


Oct. 9, 
Mar. 2, 


1868 
1871 










1063 


Anna M. L. 


Sept. 24, 


1873 












Eugene R. 


Sept. 24, 


1873 


Feb. 


28, 


1879 






457 












5 


1.33 


Sabina M. Loux 


Jan. 28, 


1844 








F 




Children 












6 




Harrison G. 


Nov. 2, 


1867 










1064 


Charles W. 


Dee. 4, 


1868 












Annie L. 


Feb. 8, 


1870 


Feb. 


27, 


1893 






Mary 0. 


July 26, 


1872 












John D. 


Jan. 9, 


1875 


Jan. 


10, 


1896 






Edward S. 


Oct. 29, 


1879 












AValter H. 


May 7, 


1881 












Nellie M. 


Oct. 27, 


1884 












458 












5 


133 


Israel D. Trein 


Mar. 1, 


1847 








F 




Child (second wife) 












6 




Charles A. 

459 


Jan. 26, 


1878 








5 


1.33 


William H. Trein 


Aug. 15, 


1854 








F 




Child 












6 


1U65 


Eugene D. 

460 


Oct. 29, 


1879 








5 


133 


Catharine L. Clewell 


Jan. 12, 


1857 









Mary E. Forest 

Florentine Seyfried 
Lizzie E. Benner 
Thomas Beers 

Ephraim Loux 
Helen A. Giersch 



1. Louisa Hall 

2. Sarah Lehr 

3. Malinda Smith 



Ellen Daniel 
Jennie Achenbach 



William H. Clewell 



461 

5 133 Stephen A. Trein 
I No children 

462 



Sept. 16, 1861 



5 


1.34 


James H. 


Fehr 


June 


3. 


1849 


F 




Children 










(» 


i()(;6 


Emma L. 




Sept. 


10, 


1873 




1067 


Oscar O. 




Aug. 


o 


1875 




10(58 


Ko1)ert L. 




June 


6 


1878 






Eugene S. 




Sept. 


9, 


1882 






463 










5 


134 


Josiah S. 


Fehr 


Feb. 


14, 


1858 


F 




No children 









Lucinda Ebbeclie 



Jarana E. C. Heyer 

Rev. Carl Sehlegel 
Gertrude RarthoTd 
Elenora Miller 



Amanda BellisQeld 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



119 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



464 

Israel K. Fein- 
No children 



Apr. 24, 1800 



Amelia INIarkle 



465 

134 Francis G. 
Cliildren 
Annie E. 
Ida M. 
Stella M. 



Oct. 11, 1SG4 

July 30, 1887 
Apr. 20. lS'.t4 
April 10, 1897 



Catharine Fi-antz 



466 



5 


135 


Franklin R. Fehr 


May 14. 184<) 


F 




Children 


(tirst w 


ife) 


6 


1009 


Edna A. 




Apr. IS, 1872 




1070 


Odilia M. 




Mav 18. 1874 




1071 


Selma L. 




Apr. 9. 1876 




1072 


Lillie J. 
Victor J. 




Dec. 22, 1878 
Aug. 19, 1881 






Children 


(second 


wife) 






Florence J. 




Sept. 2. 1890 






467 








135 


Louisa E. j 


Millheim 


Sept. 17. 1847 


F 




Children 






6 




Howard C. 




July 11, 1809 




1073 


Albin H. 




Nov. 24. 1870 




1074 


Robert L. 




June 21, 1872 




1075 


Annie J. 




Mar. 11, 1874 




1070 


Oliver W. 
Mary R. 
Minnie V. 
Lizzie M. 




July 5, 1870 
May 14, 1879 
Julv 10. 1883 
Jan. 28, 1890 



Apr. 13, 1907 



Nov. 10, 1881 



1. B. Haberstumpf 

2. Caroline Wagner 

Charles Carl 
John J. Hittle 
August Schafer 



Abraham Millheim 



Lizzie Kline 
Lilly Zuck 
Percy Meixsell, 
Anna Hensline 



468 

5 135 Malinda E. George 



F 


Children 


6 1077 


William L. 


1078 


Harry F. 




Gurnev H. 


1079 


Lizzie M. 




Katie A, 



Sept. 23, 1848 

Aug. 22, 1870 
Feb. 25, 1872 
Jan. 1, 1876 
Aug. 4, 1880 
Oct. 18, 1883 



Apr. 27, 1878 
Julv 30. 1900 



Josiah George 



Emma S. Billheimer 
Annie Musselman 



Jos. Lichtenwalner 



469 

135 Andrew L. Fehr 
Children 

1080 Elenora l.. 

1081 Harvev J. 

1082 Milton G. 

1083 Amelia V. 

1084 Idwin J. 
Arthur A. 



Dec. 



1849 



April 25, 1874 
Apr. 17, 1876 
April 12, 1878 
Feb. 24, 1880 
Sept. 30, 1881 
Sept. 16, 1892 



Sally Ann Brinker 

William H. Hoch 
Tina Rapp 
Ellen Mann 
Harvey Steward 
Emma Bonser 



120 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 


Died 




Married to 






470 














5 


135 


Ellen P. Haberstrumpf 


Mar. 22, 1852 








Herman Haberstumpf 


F 




OMldren 














6 


1085 


Edwin N. 
Emima L. 




Dec. 14, 1871 
Dec. 17, 1872 








Homer Barger 






Ida J. 




Aug. 22, 1873 


Feb. 


5, 


1875 






1085 


Julius R. 




Oct. 5, 1875 








Jennie Smoyer 






Minnie Y. 




Sept. 16, 1877 


Mar. 


23, 


1884 








Lizzie L. 




Nov. 13, 1879 


Mar. 


22, 


1884 








Lillie K. 




Nov. 13, 1879 


Mar. 


24, 


1884 








Jennie M. 




Mar. 6, 1882 


Mar. 


27, 


1884 








William H. 




April 15, 18,8i 














Harry G. 




Oct. 13, 1887 








Katie AVarmkessel 






Christie Irene 




Dec. 25, 1889 


Jan. 




1890 








Mamie H. 




June 8, 1892 














471 














5 


135 


Sally Ann riogan 




Sept. 10, 1853 


May 


19, 


1883 


John Hogan 


F 




Children 














6 


1087 
1088 

1089 


Alice .Jones 

Lizzie A. 

Frank 

Mary 

Minnie Vestilla 

472 




Mar. 21, 1872 
June 21, 1874 
1876 
Dec. 15. 1879 
April 7, 1883 






1883 


Edwin Siegfried 
Layel Frable 

George Weltj' 


.5 


135 


Tilghman F. Fehr 




Sept. 24, 1854 








r 1. Ellen Brinker 
t 2. Rosetta Brinker 


















F 




Children (first wi 


fe) 












6 


1090 


Alice M. 




Feb. 21, 1878 








William Klein 


F 




Children (second aa 


rife) 
















Stella Julian 




May 15, 1892 


Deceased 








Florence R. 




Sept. 28, 1896 














Clayton E. 




June 30, 1899 














473 














5 


135 


Isaac S. Fehr 




Feb. 2. 1857 








Elmira Frack 


F 


1091 


Child 
Jerome 

474 




Dec. 13, 1881 








Emma Bonser 


5 


135 


Matilda C. Stocker 




Oct. 19, 1859 








f 1. Clarence Heinlein 


F 




Children (first uusbandj 










\ 2. Eugene W. Stocker 


6 


1092 


Cora M. 
Emma E. 




April 30, 1880 
Mav 20, 1884 








Edward Kinginger 






Floyd C. 




July 3, 1889 


:\Iay 


22. 


18!'M) 








475 














5 


1.35 


Clara S. Schlegel 




April 7, 1862 








Henry Schlegel 


F 




Chilflren 














6 


1093 


Clinton H. 




Dec. 10, 1882 








Mary Reph 



Mae S. 



June 9, 1894 



THE OLEWBLL FAMILY. 



121 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died. 



Married to 



476 

5 135 Levin J. Fehr 
F Children 

6 1094 Katie V. 

Annie C. 
Cliarles T. 
Floyd F. 
Lula A. 

477 

5 135 iuarv V. Kostenbader 
F Cbildi-en 

t> Eugene F. 

George > v . 

Clayton H. 

478 

5 136 Tilgiiman Clewell 



July 20, 1864 

Aug. 23, 1885 
Jan. 31, 1888 
Mar. 28, 1891 
Mar. 17, 1900 
Nov. 7, 1903 



Oct. 18, 1866 

Nov. 24, 1883 

Jan. 18, 1888 

Aug. 31, 1894 



Aug. 19, 1854 



F 


Children 




6 


1095 'iheresa H. 


Sept. 16, 1888 




Stella M. 


July 26, 1890 




Lizzie C. 


Oct. 2, 1891 




Hattie J. 


Mar. 12, 1893 




Walter H. 


Aug. 2, 1894 




Helen M. 


Dec. 9. 1895 




Charles R. 


Jan. 27, 1897 




Stasia I. 


Feb. 19, 1898 




Nettie F. 


Sept. 27. 1904 




479 




5 


136 Monroe L. Cleweli 


Oct. 5, 1859 


F 


Children 




6 


Beata 


Jan. 31, 1880 




Beata 


Jan. 31. 1880 




Samuel R. 


Aug. 25, 1881 




Floyd A. 


Jan 25, 1892 




480 




5 


136 Catharine E. Reese 


Dec. 1, 1864 


F 


Children 




6 


Frank H. 


Sept. 20. 1894 




Stella M. 


Oct. 23, 1898 




Sadie A. 


Sept. 23. 1900 




Clayton T. 


Sept. 25, 1904 




481 




5 


136 Ellen L. Rotb 


Nov. 20, 1867 


F 


Children 




6 


Mabel Catharine 


Jan. 28, 1890 




AYilliam Henry 


Apr. 3. 18M 




Howard tercival 


June 29, 1892 




Calvin Franklin 


Oct. 26. 1893 




Eda Louisa 


Feb. 8. 1895 




George Wilbur 


Mar. 21, 1898 




John Reuben 


:\rar. 15, 1900 




Bertha May 


Dec. 20. 1902 




Tl'uman Ausbin 


Feb, 9, 1905 



A. L. Kostenbader 
Thomas H. Weaver 



Lewis Kostenbader 



Emma Fehnel 
Peter D. Burger 



July 29, 1897 
Mar. 5, 1905 



Infancy 
Infancy 



Annie Kostenbader 



John Reese 



Mathias Roth 



Aug. 3, 1893 



122 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



482 



5 137 


Ellen C. Walter 


Nov. 16, 


1853 


F 


Chililren 






G 109G 


Birdie S. 


Jan. 3. 


1879 




John S. 


Sept. 3. 


1881 




Mamie S. 


April 15, 


1883 




David P. 


Mar. 1, 


1885 




Francis J. 


Sept. 28, 


1890 




Harrison Ji;. 


Dec. 19. 


1892 



James Walter 
John Williamson 



483 



5 


137 


Reuben F. 


F 




Children 


(J 




Emma S. 




1()97 


Wilson R. 
Harvey E. 



Sept. 9, 1854 

Dec. 10, 1877 

Feb. 19, 1880 

Mar. 10, 1890 



Sarah Savitz 

Owen Fatzinger 
Clara Dech 



137 



484 

Eugene F. Saylor 

Children 
Alice .uatilrta 
Anna Sauina 



Jan. 14, 1856 



Aug. 20, 1879 Dec. 11, 1879 
April 17, 1883 



Mary .7. Werner 
Herbert Hagenbuch 



485 



5 


137 


Emma H. 


Straub 


Feb. 


12. 


1858 








F 




Chddi-en 
















6 




Joseph W. 




Nov. 


20, 


1884 












Edward J. 




Nov. 


30, 


1887 


Mar. 


18, 


1900 






Charles F. 




Dec. 


6, 


1889 












Helen L. 




Jan. 


20. 


1891 









Charles A. Straub 



486 



5 


137 Edward L. 


Sa^ 


•lor 


Feb. 


8, 


1861 


F 


Children 














1579 Ellen C. 






Jan. 


3, 


1884 


6 


Clara S. 






Sept. 


24. 


1888 




Howard T. 






Mar. 


19, 


18VM 




Edgar L. 






Sept. 


29, 


1901 



Henrietta L. Stuber 
Lloyd C. Houser 



487 

5 137 Anna Elizabeth Woodrow May 5, 1865 
F Childi-en 

G Harry H. Jan. 28, 1885 

Emma S. April 26, 1889 



Harry Woodrow 



488 



5 13- 


1 Francis G. Saylor 


Feb. 27. 


1868 






F 


Children 










(i 


Mae A. 


Mar. 2. 


1897 








Ada F. 


May 15, 


1899 


April 


1, 1900 




Lelea H. 


July 11, 


1900 


July 


28, 1901 



Helen Siegfried 



THE CLBWBLL FAMILY. 



123 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



489 



5 


137 


Clara Young 


F 




Cliikli-en 


b 




Emmet E. 
Walter F. 
Ellis B 
Delia M. 



Aug. 17, 1872 

Mar. 17, 1894 
July 26, 1895 
Sept. 2, 1898 
Mar. 8, 1900 



Howard Young 



490 

5 i;J8 Edwin H. Clewell 

t' Child 

1008 Eugene Andrew 



Feb. 20, 1858 
July 23, 1884 



Ida V. Fehr 
Katie Willaur 



491 

5 188 James A. Clewell 
F ('liildren 

6 Elsie Louisa 
Katie lAieinda 
Cora Elmira 
Clara Matilda 
Howard Frederick 
Floyd James 
Susie Maria 
HaiTison Jacob 
Carrie Elizabeth 
Lila Josephine 

492 

5 138 Clemence M Clewell 
F Children 

6 Mary L. 
1099 Laura E. 

Emma L. 
Charles W. 
Robert H. 
Andrew B. 
Ella J. 



Nov. 17, 1859 



Elizabeth Werner 



Sept. 


10, 


1882 








Oct. 


19, 


1883 








Dec. 


16, 


1884 








Feb. 


7, 


1888 








Sept. 


9, 


1890 








Nov. 


27. 


1,S92 








Apr. 


4," 


1894 








Apr. 


3, 


1896 








Dec. 


11, 


1897 


Apr. 19, 


1899 




Sept. 


3, 


1900 








Mar. 


11, 


1861 






Lizzie C. Renner 


Apr. 


15, 


1882 


Mar. 28, 


1895 




Mar. 


28, 


1884 






Irvin Itterly 


Nov. 


12. 


1886 








Aug. 


1, 


1888 








Mar. 


1, 


1890 








July 


15, 


1892 








Aug. 


16, 


1895 


Mar. 14. 


iS9r. 





493 

■o 138 Oliver S. Clewell 

F Childi*en 

6 1469 Mary L. 

1470 Lillv 



1471 



John A. 
Anna B. 
Clarence C. 
Wilson O. 
Dorotha L. C. 



Oct. 9, 1862 

Nov. 24, 1884 

July 27, 1885 

Sept. 3. 1888 

Oct. 5, 1890 

June 13, 1894 

Jan. 26, 1896 

Feb. 10, 1903 



Ida A. Bellisfield 



Harry C. Sliive 
George M. Pyshei 



John C. Uusweiled 



494 

5 138 Joseph L. Clewell 
F Child 

6 Florence May 



Feb. 15, 1866 
May 31, 1891 



Emma Rismiller 



124 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






495 












5 
F 
U 




Clara C. Thomas 

Children 
Arthur F. 
Alfred J. 
Ellis A. 
Maggie A. 
Helen L. 

496 


Dec. 13, 1873 

Oct. 20, 1889 
Mar. 6, 1891 
Oct. 11, 1892 
Aug. 15, 1894 
Aug. 23, 1896 








Schuj-iler Thomas 


F 
6 


139 


Emma C. Breidlnger 

Childi-en 
Charles H. 
Helen J. 
Emily R. 
John E. 

497 


Oct. 11, 1865 

Feb. 20. 1885 
Sept. 9, 1893 
May 28, 1898 
Aug. 17, 1901 








Harwi Breidinger 


5 
1' 
6 


139 


Edna K. Young 

Children 
Els'e R. 
Jennie M. 
William H. 
Charles W. 
John S. 
Hilda M. 

498 


June 25, 1867 

Sept. 29, 1886 
Dec. 17, 1887 
June 26, 1889 
May 1, 1894 
Feb. 10, 1899 
Oct. 6, 1904 


May 


28, 


1893 


George Young 


5 
F 

6 


139 


Laura M. Wolljuch 

Children 
Harry M. 
Leah G. 
Russel H. 
Noxman H. 
Laura M. 
Elmer C. 
Carl R. 
Martin 0. 

499 


Oct. 17, 1869 

June 20, 1888 
Mar. 29, 1890 
Apr. 15. 1891 
Feb 2, 1892 
Dec. 30, 1893 
Feb. 5. 1895 
Jan. 12, 1896 
Nov. 26, 1897 


Aug. 
Aug. 


2. 


1888 
1895 


Martin O.Wolbach 


5 
V 
6 


139 


Carrie L. Itteriy 

Children 
Clarence D. 
TTarrison S. 
Keulah M. 
Raymond F. 

500 


July 18, 1876 

Feb. 6, 1899 
Aug. 19, 1900 
Mar. 28, 1902 
Mar. 13, 1905 








Milton Itteriy 


1'^ 

6 


146 

140 


Howard J. Siegfried 
Annie C. Siegfried 

Children 
Helen Rebecca 
Alice Clewell 
Lewis Howard 


Apr. 7, 1869 
Dec. 13, 1868 

Sept. 13, 1897 
Mar. 29, 1901 
Apr. 23, 1903 


May 


29, 


1905 


Annie C. Clewell 
Howard J. Siegfried 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



125 



Gren. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



501 



5 141 William H. Friebely 
F Children 

6 Horence M. 
Mildred ^V. 



502 



5 141 Lizzie M. Wunderly 
F C'liildi-en 

u Harry F. 

Grace J. 

503 

5 141 Clara C. Keller 
P Children 

6 Carl Friebely 
Anna Elizabeth 
Lucile Catherine 

504 

5 142 Allen S. Kern 
F No children 

505 



5 


142 


Calvin C. Kern 


F 




Child 


6 




Hobert Calvin 



506 

5 142 David L. Kern 
P Chiklren 

6 Grace Lelie 
Dorothy Maria 

507 

5 143 Oliver L. Fehr 
F Children 

(> 1100 Anna M. 
1101 Dagmar 
Carrie L. 

508 

5 143 Henry P. Fehr 
F Children 

fi 1102 Alice Jane 
1103 Clinton Henrv 
Ella Camilla 

509 

5 143 Lovin A. Fehr 
F Children 

(i 1104 Mame C. 

1105 Jennie O. 



Nov. 25, 1805 

June 19, 1893 
June 23, 1901 



Nov. 30, 1871 



Oct. 2(). 1891 
Dec. 16, 1895 



Nov. 10, 1S73 

Feb. 14, 1904 
Ma. 26, 1902 
Jan. 28, 1906 



Feb. 26. 1905 



May 



1899 



Sept. 18, 1900 



July 15, 1874 

Dec. 14, 1875 

July 30, 1904 Oct. 5. 1905 

Aug. 21, 1877 

Feb. 13. 1905 

Jan. 22, 1907 



Mar. 14, 1841 

July 17, 1867 

Apr. 1. 1869 

Sept. 26, 1882 



May 21, 1843 

July 5, 1870 

May 29. 1876 

Feb. 23. 1879 



Oct. 



1844 



Ellen Wright 



Fred Wuuilerly 



Allen Kellar 



Lotta Titzel 



Mar. 4, 1872 
June 5, 1877 



Laura Fenstermaker 



Annie Nace 



Louisa Sey fried 



Pretl J.Achenbach 
J. Morris Kiefer 



Eliza C. Schortz 



Harry Barres 
Lula Higgins 



Margaret Odeuwelder 



William Warman 
C. C. Williams 



126 



GENEALOGY OF 



GeE 


L. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married, to 






510 














r, 


144 


Ellen Schniiekly 


May. 13, 


184G 


Feb. 


20, 


1905 


Philip G. Schmicldy 


1^ 




Ohiltli-en 














ii 


iKii; 


Milton 


Dec. 2;i, 


1807 








Laura Rickseciver 




HUT 


Lewis C. 

511 


July 25, 


1871 








Rebecca O. Bush 


h 


144 


Maria Felir 
Children 


Nov. 29, 


1849 








John J. Fehr 


t; 


1 108 


Wilson H. 


Apr. 14, 


1871 








Lillie Kostenbader 






Kobert W. 


Nov. 18, 


1874 


Sept. 


3, 


1876 








Elsie A. 


:\rar. 19, 


187G 


Jan. 


23, 


1893 








Minnie L. 


Jan. 25, 


1880 


Jan. 


16, 


1893 








Clara M. 


May 16, 


1S85 


Jan. 


21, 


1893 








-ALirtha C. 


Nov. 29, 


1887 


Jan. 


22, 


1893 








512 














5 


144 


Sabina M. Walter 


May 7, 


1857 








Alfred Walter 


F 




Children 














() 


1.j4.-) 


Carrie Amelia 


Mar. 2, 


1876 


Dec. 


8, 


1905 


George Baldw^in 




110!) 


Floyd Henry 


July 28, 


1878 








Clara Hatler 




ir)4(> 


Mabel Alice' 
Sadie May 
Bessie Hester 


Nov. 1, 
June 11, 
Apr. 15, 


1880 

1885 
1888 








George A. Grim 






Lottie Olevia 


Aug. 30, 


1890 


Oct. 


1, 


1890 








513 














5 


144 


(iranville H. SiegTried 


Oct. 28, 


1858 








Emma B. Ritter 


F 




No r-hildren 

514 














") 


145 


Savina M. Febr 


Jan. 19, 


1856 








Reuben Fehr 


V 




Children 














(*> 




Martha A. 


Jan. 28, 


1871 


Sept 


17, 


1871 






1110 


IIerl)en W. 


Dec. 17, 


1872 


July 


29, 


1902 


Lizzie Haines 






Orlando H. 


Apr. G. 


1876 


Dec. 


26, 


1879 








Helen L. 


Jan. 18, 


1888 


June 


1, 


1892 








515 














.-, 


14.") 


Lovine .T. Keller 


May 9, 


1853 








Annie ^Michael 


F 




Children 
















nil 


Allen W. 
P^ngene L. 

516 


June 12, 
June 13, 


1878 

1881 








Eva A. Reese 


.", 


14(; 


.lames F. Siegfried 


Aug. 22, 


1855 








Abyssinia Johnson 


F 




No children 

517 














r, 


14() 


William A. Siegfried 


:\ray 9, 


1857 








Emma Heclcman 


F 




Child 



















Bi-ooks H. 

518 


July 4, 


1889 










.-, 


lie. 


lOnuna L. Lind 


Sept. 3, 


, 18.59 


June 


21, 


1879 


Monroe P. Lind 


F 




Child 














(> 




P. rooks II. 


June 30, 


1878 


Dec. 


12, 


1879 





THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



127 



Gen. No. 



5 14() 
F 



Names 



519 



diaries P. Siegriecl 
No cliildreu 



Born 



Aug. 13, 1865 



Died 



MaiTiel to 



Sarah Messinger 



520 

14<> Howard J. Siegfried Apr. 7, 18(39 

For his family see No. ."tuo. 



Aimie C. Clewel 



521 





2m 


Madora C. Siegfried 


Apr. 


10, 


1872 


5 


146 


Kol)ert 1.. Siegfried 


Dec. 


18, 


1871 


i^ 




Children 








(3 




Joseph A. 


Dec. 


4, 


1897 






Mary E. 


Nov. 


14. 


1901 






522 








i; 


147 


Thomas B. C'lewell 


Dec. 


6. 


1856 


F 




Childi-en 








(j 


1112 


Aaron F. 


Sept. 


20, 


1879 






Mary E. 


Apr. 


20, 


1882 






Edgar F. 


Jan. 


21, 


1886 






Ruthe E. 


Oct. 


2, 


1896 






523 








7, 


147 


Alic-e E. Wear 


Sept. 


2. 


1864 


F 




Children 








6 




Ario 


Aug. 


26, 


1887 






P. Guy 


Oct. 


22, 


1896 



Robert L. Siegfried 
Madora C. (iiersch 



Sarah C. Lehr 
Mai me F. Kneer 



Guy T. Wear 



524 

149 Albert Kampman 
Child 
Ashbel Clarence 



Feb. 4, 1845 
Oct. 12, 1871 



Anna A. Harned 



525 

5 140 Joseph Kampman 
F Children 

6 Carol 
Marie T^ouise 



June 30, 1^8 

Aug. 5, 1880 
Oct. 14, 1881 



Anna K. Patterson 



526 

149 I^aura Vogler 
Child 
William H. 



Mar. 27, 18b0 June 25, 1884 
Jan. 27, 1874 Sept. 1874 



Rev. Wm. H. Vogler 



527 

5 149 Theodore Kampman 
F Children 

6 Laura Jane 
Lewis Henry 



Oct. 31, 1857 



Mar. 24, 1889 

Apr. 23, 1894 July 16, 1894 



Maggie E. Scholl 



128 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 


] 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






528 
















5 


150 


Edward H. Luekenbacli 


Mar. 


18, 


1849 


July 


12, 


1883 


Helen C. Quirk 


i^- 




Childi-en 





















Eleuor Louise 


Sept. 


19, 


1871 


Mar. 


20, 


1872 






1113 


Clarence Oliver 


June 


24, 


1873 








Miriam A. Osier 




1114 


j;>"rederick Kusseil 
Florence Elizabeth 


June 
Jan. 


14, 
9, 


1870 
1880 








Gertrude M. Lister 






Helen Louise 


Oct. 


4, 


1881 


Nov. 


24, 


1881 








Mary Isabel 


Dec. 


20, 


1882 


Jan. 


21, 


1884 








529 
















5 


151 


Kev. William H. Oerter 


Apr. 


9, 


1848 








Anna M. Bishop 


F 




Children 
















tj 




Alice B. 
Eugene H. 
Kobert N. 
John Gilbert 

530 


July 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 


31, 
4, 

15. 

28, 


1883 
1885 

1887 
1891 










5 


151 


Alice :\I. Huth 


Aug. 


19, 


1850 








Frank Huth 


F 




Child 
















(J 


1575 


Henry Francis 

531 


July 


9, 


1885 








Laura Bitting 


5 


151 


Howard M. Oerter 


Apr. 


30, 


18G3 








Constance Krayanbuhl 


F 




Children 
















6 




Constance 


Oct. 


18, 


1874 


Nov. 


11, 


1887 








Milton 


Dec. 


31. 


1885 


Nov. 


12, 


1887 








Marjorie 


Aug. 


31, 


1888 














Eunice 


Nov. 


22, 


1895 














532 
















5 


153 


Emma L. Beehn 


Dec. 


31, 


1849 








Fred Beehn 


F 




Childi-en 



















1498 


Frederick, Jr. 


June 


6, 


186G 








Eva Dollahan 




1115 


Sarah 


Sept. 


21, 


1869 








William Nadig 






Eva 


Jan. 


11, 


1871 


Oct. 


18. 


1874 






1499 


Edson 


Feb. 


7, 


1873 








Sophia Pence 




1500 


Ezra 


Feb. 


7, 


1873 








Belle Nelson 




1110 


Charles M. 


Mar. 


1, 


1876 








Stella M. Reever 




1117 


Reed 


Feb. 


13, 


1878 








Delia Keneipp 




1501 


Harvey 
Cleveland 


Oct. 
Feb. 


15, 
9, 


1880 
1884 








Ethel Wyatt 






Alice 


Jan. 


9, 


1887 


July 


22, 


1891 








Hallie 


Jidy 


2, 


1889 














Roy 


Sept. 


9, 


1892 














533 
















l-^ 


153 


George M. Fulkerson 
Children 


Mar. 


16, 


1852 








Lyda F. Cripe 


('> 


ms 


Mary A. 


Oct. 


10, 


1880 








Norris Cook 






Sarah J. 


Oct. 


1, 


1882 


Oct. 


2 


1882 






i(;4(; 


Chloe E. 
:\ral)el J. 


June 
Apr. 


22, 


1884 
1890 








Nelson Reed 






Rosa L. 


July 


24, 


1893 


Feb. 


24. 


1895 








r>ollie M. 


Feb. 


11, 


1895 














Georgia F. 


Oct. 


7, 


1901 











THE CLBWELL FAMILY, 



129 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married, to 



634 



5 


153 


Jacob R. Fulkerson 


Sept. 


30. 


1855 


F 




Children 








G 


1G47 


• Anna S. 


Sept. 


11, 


1881 






Maude A. 


Apr. 


20, 


1884 




1648 


Wreathe V. 


Feb. 


0. 


1880 






Launa M. 


Jan. 


30, 


1889 






Alma R. 


Mar. 


6, 


1893 



Sarah M. Seward 
Jos. Pennington 
Harve.y A. Collins 



535 



5 


15:5 Alice C. Cargay 


Nov. 


24, 


1857 






F 


Children 












t; 


William Howard 


Feb. 


1, 


1888 








Charley 


Sept. 


15, 


1890 


Jan. 


27 




Frank Murlin 


Apr. 


13, 


1895 








Bessie Pearl 


Nov. 


24, 


1897 







Rev. B. F. Cargay 



1891 



536 



5 


153 Julia J. McFaddin 


July 11, 


18G0 


1^^ 


Children 






G 


Justin C. 


Mar. 4, 


1880 




Eliza 0. 


July 15. 


1881 




Rosa M. 


Feb. 27, 


1885 




537 






5 


153 Sarah A. Stanley 


Oct. 30, 


1866 


F 


Children 






G 


Richard O. 


June 1, 


1889 




Raymond F. 


Mar. 17, 


1891 




Ivy H. 


Jan. 21, 


1893 




John W. 


Mav 17, 


1895 




Wayne L. 


Sept. 14, 


1897 




538 






5 


Artba A. ,(Measinger) 
Carpentei 


Sept. 29, 


1872 


F 


Children (first husband) 






G 


Mattie May 


Mar. 30, 


1890 




Alfred W. 


Aug. 8, 


1891 




Claudie M. 


June 6. 


1893 




Birdie L. 


Feb. 20, 


1895 




Edgar 


May 2, 


1897 




Willie R. 


Oct. 14, 


1898 




(second husband) 








Doatha Rebecca M. 


Aug. 8, 


1902 




James L. 


Feb. 25, 


1904 



B. F. McFaddin 



July 4, 1880 



G. C. Stanley 



1. W. E. Messinger 
3 L. W. Carpenter 



539 

5 155 John F. Smith June 12, 1852 Mar. 31, 1901 Fisher 

F Had one child. Both father and son are buried at Topton, Pa. 



130 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






* 540 
















-, 


l")") 


Sarah C. Br 


ight 


Apr. 9, 


1857 








John Bright 


F 




Children 
















(i 


111!* 


Fred A. 
Walhice J. 




Jan. G, 
Dec. 18, 


1877 
1879 








Annie Menner 






Alice J. 




Dec. IG, 


18S3 


Aug. 


15, 


1887 








Kay H. 




Oct. 24, 


1888 














541 
















F 

c. 


l.V) 


Edward T. 

Child 
Mamie A. 

542 


Smith 


Apr. 27, 
May 13, 


18G0 

1888 








Eva Schmoyer 


5 


155 


Emile S. Smith 


June 3, 


1862 








Mary A. Sacks 


F 




Children 
Fred H. 




Nov. 18, 


1882 














Florence L. 




May 11, 


1885 


Apr. 


17, 


1893 








Jennie E. 




Nov. 25, 


1888 














Carrie V. 




July 9, 


1891 














Raymond C, 




Jan. 2, 


1898 














Clarence E. 




July 25, 


1901 














543 
















F 


l.V. 


William C. 
Children 
Irene E. 

Clewell M. 

544 


Smith 


Jidy 27, 

July 13, 
Oct. 21, 


18G4 

1889 
1890 








Minnie Westbrook 


•J 


158 


Martin H. ( 


Clewell 


Feb. 19, 


1842 


Mar. 


2i\, 


1907 


Rebecca Delaphin 


(J 




Children 
















it 




Clayton H. 




Sept. 27, 


1869 


•J an. 


17, 


1S71 






11 IM) 


Annie D. 




Jan. 24. 


1871 








Samuel Smith 






Wilson S. 




Sept. 13, 


1872 


Feb. 


2 


1903 






1121 


Harvey M. 




June 29, 


1877 








Mamie Smith 






Edwin I. 




Feb. 8, 


1880 


Feb. 


9, 


1881 








545 
















-, 


158 


Albert AV. 


Clewell 


Jan. 3, 


1851 


Oct. 


3, 


1906 


Emma Mathers 


G 




No children 















546 



5 l.";* William Ilildebrand 
(r Children 

(i 1122 Alice J. 

1123 Susan E. 

1124 Sarah R. 

1125 Clara M. 

547 

5 1.59 Mary A. Longenhagen 
(} Children 

G William H. 

James G. 
112r, Irwin F. 

Lillie May 

Minnie M. 



July 2. 1842 

Mar. 28, 18G6 

Mar. 22. 1870 

Feb. 19, 1873 

Aug. 25, 1881 



Apr. 2, 1850 



July 12, 1891 Mary E. Dilliard 

William Tosh 

Deceased Albert Heiser 

Geo. Schilling 

Harry C. Fry 

J. K. Longenhagen 



May 


7, 18G9 










July 


4, 1872 


June 28, 1893 








Aug. 


7, 1877 




Mary 


Ca 


rroll 


Sept. 


7, 1880 


Oct. 3, 1890 








Oct. 


5. 1885 


Oct. 11, 1890 









THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



131 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 




Died 


Married to 




548 












5 160 


Ida Reninger 




Mar. 31, 


1851 




Theodore Reninger 


G 


No children 

549 












5 160 


Lilly Kern 




Mar. 26, 


1858 




Milton Kern 


G 


Has one daughter. 












550 












6 161 


:Mary .1 Peter 




June 23, 


1849 




Reuben II. Peter 


G 


Children 












6 1583 


Wayne C. 




.Tune 13. 


1871 




Lila Lecklitner 


1127 


Estella C. 




Oct. 21, 


1872 




Albert J. Bayne 


1128 


Alice C. 




Dec. 29, 


1873 




John W. Hedderich 


1129 


Edna M. 




June 29, 


1875 




Albert E. Snyder 




Myrtle A. 




Nov. 4. 


1879 


Mar. 18, 1891 






George I. 




Dec. 10, 


1882 








Truman R. 




Sept. 19, 


1884 








551 












5 161 


Oliver H. Crouse 


Feb. 18, 


1851 




f 1. Rebecca Gochenour 
\ 2. Ella Schneck 


G 


Children 












G 


William M. 












11.30 


Harry C. 
Dora 






• 




Minerva 


1131 


Alice 
Stella 
Rossie 

552 










Emerson Rex 


5 161 


Christiana S. 


Kuhns 


Apr. 12, 


1857 




George D. Kuhns 


G 

6 

1132 


Children 
Rossie 
Charles 
Ida 
Pearl 
Maggie 
Ellis 
Harry 
Bessie 
Mary 

553 








Deceased 
Deceased 


:*Iary 


5 161 


Caroline A. Miller 


Dec. 21, 


1858 




William Miller 


G 

6 1133 
1134 
1135 


Children 
Daisy 
Marvin 
Lawrence 
Dallas 
Fern 

554 










Harris Johnson 

Bella 

Meta 


5 161 


.Tohn C. Crouse 


July 31 


, 1860 




A. Lucy Kuhns 


G 


Child 
Floyd K. 













132 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



MaiTied to 



555 

5 IGl George M. Grouse 
G No children 



Sept. 10, 1862 



Louisa Frey 



556 



KJl Martha E. Erdel 
No chiklren 



Apr. 3, 1805 Mar. 30, 1902 William Erdel 



557 

5 IGl .James R. Grouse 
G Ghiklren 

6 Howard L. 
Queen K. 



Auff. 9, 1871 



Ida J. Mitten 



558 



5 


162 


Augustus H. Snj 


-der 


Feb. 


18, 


1853 


G 




Ghiklren 










G 


1136 


Faretta Eliza 




.Tulv 


22, 


1874 




11.37 


AVilliam :\Iorris 




•Tidy 


10,' 


1876 




1138 


Floyd Lewis 




Oct. 


14. 


1882 






Sarah Laura 




Oct. 


21, 


1887 






John Price 




Sept. 


25, 


1890 






459 










5 


162 


Emma Newbold 




Apr. 


16, 


1855 


G 




Ghildren 










G 


1139 


Annie Garoline 




.Tan. 


22. 


1878 






Harry Williani 




Aug. 


4, 


1879 






560 










5 


162 


:Marcus W. Snj-der 


June 


IS, 


1857 


G 




No children 











Amanda Daniel 

Simon Herstein 
Laura Ache 
Bessie Sterner 



William Newbold 
Philip Herman 



Sarah Bartholomew 



561 

5 162 Emele W. Snyder Deceased 

G He had a family of several children but we were unable 

to get further information. 



Ida Stuber 



562 



5 


102 


Ida Louise Miller 














G 




No children 

563 














r, 


ii;:; 


Ilan-ict M. Forrior 


Jan. 


oo 


1860 








a 




Ghiklren 














G 




Vinton Hope 
Aiwid Andrew 


Feb. 
Aug. 


29, 
31. 


1884 
1880 


Apr. 


5, 


1884 






Octa 


.Tan. 


31. 


1890 


Mar. 


13, 


1890 






Mary Lera 


Jan. 


30, 


1891 









Henry Miller 



J. G. Ferrier 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



133 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



163 



564 

Amanda T. Tiukel 

Children 
Truman Lovel 
Mabel Clare 
Elmer 

Koss Reuben 
Alta Florence 
Edna Fern 
FredTVin Ray 



Autr. 29, 1861 



Feb. 10, 

July 26 

Dec. 28 

Feb. 7, 

July 22, 1892 

Sept. 25, 1894 

Nov. 2, 1898 



1884 
1885 
1887 
1890 



Nov. 28, 1889 



William Tinkel 



565 

5 163 Albert B Clewell 
G Child 

6 Deavitte Eldon 



Oct. 21, 1862 
Oct. 6, 1900 



Alice Peterson 



566 



5 163 James H. Clewell 
G No children 



July 1, 1872 



Belle Retherford 



567 



5 


163 


Minnie F. Retherford 


Sept. 


27, 


1876 








Clarence Retherford 


G 




Children 
















6 




Harold C. 
Lilah L. 
Mary E. 

568 


Apr. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


3, 

4, 
20, 


1903 
1904 
1905 










5 


164 


Franklin P. Clewell 


Nov. 


1, 


1859 








Annie Eisenhard 


G 




Children 
















6 


1140 


Asnes H. 

Bertha 

Charles 

569 














George Graver 


5 


320 


Milton R. Wolf 


June 


1, 


1859 








Emma Clewell 


5 


164 


Emma S. Wolf 


Nov. 


28, 


1860 








Milton Wolf 


G 




Children 
















6 




Clarence 
Andrew L. 


Mar: 
Mar. 


4, 
4, 


1881 
1881 


Mar. 


25, 


1881 






1141 


Laura M. 

570 


Oct. 


23, 


1883 








Frank Binkle 


5 


165 


Richard E. Clewell 


Apr. 


14, 


1833 


Feb. 


10, 


1881 


f 1. Sarah Young 
\ 2. Marietta Steiner 




















G 




Children (first wife) 
















6 


1142 


Leander Henry 


Feb. 


27, 


1858 








Elenora Cope 






Sarah Ann Susan 


Mar. 


12", 


1862 


Apr. 


11, 


1865 








Cornelius Richard 


May 


6, 


1864 














Children (second w'fe) 




















William E. 


Jan. 


11. 


1869 


Apr. 


9, 


1869 






1143 


Walter S. 
Horace Andrew 


Mav 
July 


17, 
12, 


1870 
1873 








Alice R. Hoch 




1144 


Cora Louisa 


Sept. 


3, 


1877 








Calvhi Bapb 



134 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



571 

105 Etl. S.vlvester C'lewell 



G 


Children 


(J 1145 


Marcus A, 


1140 


Clara J. 


1147 


Enuna 


114S 


Ida L. 


1140 


Robert S. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



Aug. 30, 1834 



Oct. 



1858 



Mar. 23, 1800 

Oct. 9, 1801 

Sept. 23, 1800 

Oct. 1, 1809 



188S 



Fayette Place 

Agnes I. Kuhns 
Josepli Ricksocker 
Lewis Derr 
^Nlarcell Brown 
Agnes T. Young 



572 

105 Josephine E. Ricksecker Apr. 19. 1838 
Children 
Jo?;eph 8. Feb. 4. 1804 



1150 .Tulia Elizabeth 



Feb. 28, 1808 



1872 Joseph S. Ricksecker 
William Dwire 



573 

5 10 ( Augustus B. Clewell 
(J Childdren 

1151 George L. 

1152 Fannie J. 

1153 Retta C. 



Aug. 12, 1830 Feb. 20, 1899 Cordelia Zehner 



1805 
Oct. 21, 1803 
Jan. 10, 1858 



Cora French 
Enoch Carver 
Edwin Falsue 



574 



107 


Eliza J. Moharter 




Children 


1154 


James 




Frecis 




Maggj' 




Mary 




Susan 


1155 


Louise 




Stiles 




Isaiah 




Brittain 


1150 


Nora 


1157 


William 



Sept. 



1837 



Tilghman Moharter 



Mar. 


28. 


1850 








Harriet Schaef 


July 


15. 


1859 


July 


10, 


1800 




May 


28, 


1801 


July 


10. 


1886 




Oct. 


5. 


1803 


Oct. 


9, 


1804 




Aug. 


28. 


1807 










Oct. 


28. 


1870 








John Wynings 


Aug. 


4, 


1872 


Oct. 


7, 


1874 




June 


18, 


1874 


July 


oo 


1876 




Sept. 


22, 


1876 


June 


19, 


1878 




Sept. 


10, 


1879 








William Bitier 


Oct. 


28. 


1881 








Ellen Lewis 



575 

107 William IL Clewell 



G Children (fii-st wife) 

n5,s Lucinda E. 
1159 Mary A. 

Reuben H. 
110(1 Sainantha E. 

Children (second wife) 
1101 Frances B. 
Clart'iu-e W. 
Oscar P.. 



Feb. 10, 1840 



Nov. 
Jan. 



0, 1803 Julv 29, 1905 
4, 1804 
31. 18(i7 Apr. 19. 1827 



Jan. 
Dec. 
Mar. 

Oct. 20. 1870 



1879 

1884 



Aug. 0, 1881 



C 1. JNIargar't Huddleson 

\ 2. Tillie Smith 

i 3. Francis F'redrico 



Alexander Davie 
Levi Blank 



George Karchner 
Sydney Cprtright 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



135 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 


Died 




Married to 




576 














5 1G7 


Oliver E. Cle^^ 


•ell 


Mar. 15, 1842 






/ 
I 


1. Elizabeth Gordner 














2. :Mary Gordner 


G 


Children 














r. n(;2 


Anna B. 




Feb. 28, 1805 








Joseph Bishop 


IKS 


Harry .J. 




Oct. 11, 1800 








Fanme Harris 


ii(;4 


Clara M. 




Dec. 18, 1869 








AndrewKinbrade 


11U5 


Minnie A. 




Aug. 15, 1871 








Frank Bireisch 




Wilbur O. 




Oct. 10, 1873 


Aug. 


10, 


1881 




11(16 


Olive Josephine 


Oct. 22, 1875 








George Reitmeyer 


ncw 


Theodore W. 
Irene M. 




Sept. 26, 1877 
Oct. 8, 1879 


Fell. 


14, 


1882 


Edith Sweeney 


11G8 


H. Pearle 
577 




Feb. 14. 1882 








(Jeorge R. West 


5 107 


B. Franklin . 


lewell 


July 14, 1844, 








Sarah Kline 


G 


Child-en 














(i 


.Tennie B. 




July 22, 1800 


Oct. 


10, 


18; )6 




11(!9 


William H. 




Oct. 10, 1867 








Blanche D. Yocum 


1170 


Charles W. 




Feb. 25, 1872 








Carrie :M. Hess 




John W. 




Aug. 25, 1875 


Sept. 


20, 


1875 






578 














5 107 


Lewis S. Clew 


ell 


Nov. 7, 1848 








Alice Wolf 


G 


Children 














1171 


Maud 




May 6, 1879 








David Siniason 


1172 


Lervy 

579 




Nov. 21, 1881 








Milly Smith 


5 107 


Kebecca E. U 


)ftUS 


Nov. 28, 1849 








Anthony Loftus 


G 


Children 
Charles F. 
Bessie C. 

580 




Jan. 5, 1878 
July 22, 1885 




• 






5 167 


Cornelia Edw 


ards 


Aug. 9, 1851 








Alfred Edwards 


G 


Children 














1173 


Henry J. 




July 26, 1874 








Sarah Vanhowtan 


1174 


George S. 




Mar. 9, 1877 








Mame Harman 




Mary I. 




Nov. 22, 1880 


Jan. 


22, 


1882 






Clark 




Nov. 17, 1882 












Tillie 




July 18, 1885 












Lizzie 




Dec. 29, 1887 












Jennie 




Nov. 26, 1890 












581 














5 107 


Amos B. C\e^^ 


•ell 


Nov. 14, 1853 








Lucina Sitter 


G 


Children 

















William C. 




Feb. 28, 1874 


Nov. 


29, 


1879 






Lncretia 




July 4, 1876 












Charles W. 




Nov. 7, 1878 












Acnes B. 




Feb. 7, 1881 












George P. 




Jan. 13 1884 


Feb. 


21, 


loo4 






Emma Li. 




Dec. 22. 1886 


Feb. 


27, 


1887 





136 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 





582 










o 107 


Isaiah B. Clew 


-ell 


Oct. 


18, 


1855 


G 


Children 










G 1175 


Ernest M. 




Nov. 


11, 


1875 


1170 


Lawrence I. 




Apr. 


9, 


1878 




Floyd E. 




Mar. 


10, 


1882 




Grace E. 




Nov. 


8, 


1884 



583 

5 107 George Clewelj 
G Child 

1177 Yerdie 



584 



Oct. 12, 1S5G 
Nov. 15, 1877 



5 


108 


Dr. Engeue 


G. 


Regennas 


May 


14, 


1853 


G 




Children 


(first wife) 













Gertrude C 
(third wi 


i'fe) 




July 


2 


1878 






Clara M. 






Nov. 


22, 


1S91 






Mary A. 






June 


3, 


1893 






John E. 






Nov. 


9, 


1902 






585 












5 


109 


George I). 


W 


einland 


July 


18, 


1854 


G 




Children 

















Francis E. 






Sept.. 


21, 


1876 




1178 


Minnie L. 






June 


28, 


1878 






John 0. 






Dec. 


1, 


1880 






Horace G. 






May 


2 


1883 



586 



r> 


170 


Anna E. Ga 


rdinev 


Dec. 


11, 


1S50 


G 




Child 













1179 


Anna Eliza 

587 




Feb. 


16, 


1882 


5 


170 


Gloraine Hasten 


Aug. 


3, 


1857 


G 




Children 















Walter S. 




Nov. 


22 


1878 






Charlotte 




Feb. 


12! 


1880 




IISO 


Mary 




Dec. 


11, 


1881 






Susie 




Oct. 


29, 


1885 






Edward 




June 


12, 


1887 






Gloraine 




Mar. 


11, 


1889 






Olevia 




Aug. 


8, 


1891 






Laura 




Nov. 


21, 


1892 



588 

5 170 Edwnril F. Osl)orue 
G No children 



Mar. 17, 1802 



Lucinda E. Rhinord 



Mabel Aul 
Ella Currin 



Eva Tubbs 
Harry Kline 



3. Mary Reed 

1. Ella Sturgis 

2. Ella Albright 



Anna E. Heilman 
J. W. Schaeflfer 



Mar. 5, 1881 A. A. Gardiner 
John J. Ray 



Banner Hasten 



Oct. 1881 



John Firey 



P>ortha E. Desh 



THE OLEWELL FAMILY. 



137 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



589 



5 


171 


Adelaide L. 


Opp 


May 10, 


1847 








G 




Children 














U 


llSl 
1182 


William H. 
John S. 




Feb. 9, 
June 18, 


1870 
1871 












Annie E. 




May 22, 


1873 


Feb. 


8, 


1878 






Louisa E. 




Aug. 0, 


1876 


Feb. 


10, 


1878 






Robert B. 




May 27, 


1879 


Apr. 


19, 


1889 






Emily B. 




Dec. 22, 


1883 












590 














5 


171 


Oliver A. CI 


ewell 


Oct. 19, 


1850 








G 




Child 



















Charles H. 

591 




Apr. 27, 


1875 


Dec. 


28, 


1899 


5 


171 


Benjamin F. 


Clewell 


Aug. 4, 


1852 








G 




Children 














(j 


11S;;5 
1184 


William H. 
Milton F. 
Edgar B. 
Emily J. 
James C. 
George W. 
Benjamin H. 
Asa T. 
Maudy 

592 




Feb. 17, 
July 3, 
Jan. 27, 
Aug. 17, 
Sept. 17, 
July 4, 
Feb. 12, 
Apr. 2, 
Mar. 12, 


1875 
1877 
1879 
1880 
1884 
1880 
1888 
1891 
1894 


Aug. 




1876 


5 


171 


Edwin H. CI 


ewell 


Oct. 9, 


1854 








G 




Child 














(j 


1185 


Charles W. 

593 




Oct. 10, 


1879 








5 


171 


Samuel G. Clewell 


Mar. 12, 


1864 








G 




Children 














G 




Roy G. 




Mar. 11, 


1886 












Arthur R. 




Nov. 24, 


1890 


June 


25, 


1896 






Irene M. 




Apr. 6, 


1893 


June 


2 


1898 






594 














5 


172 


Owen Yohey 




Mar. 17, 


1854 








G 




Children 














6 


ii8r. 


Lizzie C. 
Artie L. 




Feb. 21, 
Aug. 19, 


1873 

1875 


Feb. 


28, 


1895 






Harrv P. 




Mar. .5. 1879 


June 


28, 


1880 






Sadie I. 




May 28, 


1886 


Dec. 


10, 


1891 






Robert L. 




June 30, 


1888 


Aug. 


19, 


1892 






INIartie M. 




Apr. 18. 


1883 


Aug. 


18, 


1895 






595 














5 


172 


Mary M. Crs 


iwford 


Sept. 


1850 








G 




Children 














(j 




William 




May 2G. 


1806 












Ida May 




.Tan. 8, 


1868 


Dec. 


18, 


1880 






Elizabeth 




Apr. 30, 


1870 












Mertie 




June 23, 


1874 












Annie E. 




June 4, 


1876 









John J. Opp 

Mame Leyrer 
Cora Shover 



Hattie Rhoads 
Single 

Lydia E. Troxell 

Lydia Jones 
Adam Field 



Ellen Horn 
Jennie Kemmerer 

Georglanna M. Goth 



Maggie M. Meyers 
Mary Snyder 

John L. Crawford 



138 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 




596 
















5 173 


Susan Else 


Oct. 




1833 








G. W. Else 


G 


Children 
















6 


Horace F. 
Mary C 

597 


J an. 
Apr. 




1854 
1S5G 










5 17;-5 


Hiraui Mover 


Feb. 


15, 


1839 










G 


Lhildreu 
















c. n.s7 


Blanche 

Sadie 

598 


Mar. 
May 


25, 
15, 


1881 

1887 








J. L. Richel 


5 I7:t 


Edward :Moyer 


Nov. 


15, 


1847 


Dec. 


13, 


1901 


Elmiia \A'anicn 


(J. 


Ciiildren 
















(i IISS 


F.race 
Charles 

599 


Sept. 
Mar. 


29, 
15, 


1870 

1887 








Bessie Palmer 


5 174 


Christian Cleweil 


Jnly 


12, 


1840 








Amelia Martz 


G 


Children 
















U 1181) 


Sarah C. 


Apr. 


27, 


18(;4 








P. S. Shook 


IIUO 


John M. 


Jan. 


27, 


1800 








Millie Eir-enhart 


1191 


Anna 


July 


8, 


1809 








Arlington Conner 


1192 


Mary E. 
George E 

600 


May 
Apr. 


25, 
25, 


1875 
1880 








Charles E. Long 


o 174 


Carah Sitler 


Jan. 


3, 


1843 








Reuben H. Sitler 


G 


Children 
















c. 11!);? 


Emma 


Feb. 


23, 


18G5 








David Witmire 




Charles 


Sept. 


12, 


18(37 


Sept. 


18, 


1807 




11<>4 


Clara 


Jan. 


31, 


1'8G9 








Cler.i. I'\'iistermaker 


1195 


^Vhirl 


Dec. 


15, 


1870 








Carrie Mitchel 


HOC. 


Annie E. 


Dec. 


13, 


1872 








Henry Nelk 




.Tames 


Oct 


18, 


1873 


Oct. 


1, 


1889 




1197 


Ella M. 


Dec. 


8, 


1876 








Charles Bower 


119S 


Bi'uce S. 


Dec. 


3. 


1878 








liuth Rittenbenar 




I>avid A. 


Oct. 


24, 


1881 


Aug. 


22 


1894 




1199 


P.ertha F. 

601 


Sept. 


30, 


1885 








Warren Bower 


."> 174 


Charles M. Cleweil 


Jan. 


10, 


1845 


Oct. 


28, 


1898 


Lydia Walp 


G 


Children 
















Ci 


r^lary 


Mar. 


12, 


1875 


Mar. 


30, 


1875 




1200 


William II. 
Harry 


May 

Oct. 


1, 
11, 


187(5 
1880 








Fay Merrill 


i2(H 


.Tcnnie M. 
David K. 


Jan. 
Sept. 


9, 

c. 


1883 
1889 








A. H. :\Iuts<d)lei- 




Frank 


Oct. 


31, 


1891 


Nov. 


10, 


1893 






liessie M. 


Aug:. 


11, 


1890 












Charles ISI. 


Mar. 


10, 


1898 












602 
















o 17 1 


.Ici-einiah Cleweil 


Sept. 


25, 


1847 


Oct. 


14, 


1903 


Alida Reniff 


(} 


Children 
















!i 1202 


Eucv Tv. 


Julv 


24. 


1870 








It. E. Megiuness 


1203 


LiUie W. 
Ruth S. 


Sept. 
Dec. 


2(1. 
3. 


1870 
1879 








H. I. Orme 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



139 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Married to 



603 

5 174 Clara Harpster 
G Child 

G 1204 Cora 



Oct. 15, 1S52 Jan. 4, 1879 
Nov. 7, 1878 



William Harpster 
Benj. Winegarden 



604 

Hannah Crites 

Children 
Jennie 
Franli; 
Amanda 
Esther 
Estella 
Harry 
Ralph 
Robert 
Chester 



May 29, 1856 

Feb. 3, 1881 

Aug. 2, 1882 

July 25, 1884 

July 7, 1886 

]\Iay 10, 1888 

Mar. 23, 1890 

Nov. 17, 1S92 

Sept. 9, 1895 

Dec. 31, 1897 



David Crites 



June 13, 1891 

Apr. 20, 1896 
May 28, 1899 



605 

175 Philip H. Miller 
No children 



Mav 15, 1846 



Emma Shuman 



606 

5 175 Mary M. Shuman 
(} No children 



Apr. 29, 1848 



Jerome Shuman 



607 

5 176 James S. Lewars 
G No Children 



Nov. 26, 1850 



Maiy H. Bubb 



608 

5 176 Clara M. Griffith 
G No children 



Dec. 18, 1851 



Rev. Joseph Griffith 



609 



176 


Anna Caress 
No report 

610 








177 


William H. Roberts 
Children 


Apr. 


28, 


1846 


1205 


Charles Arthur 


Muy 


10. 


1860 


1206 


Josiah Ellwood 


Aug. 


21, 


1871 


1207 


Frank Harold 


Sept. 


12, 


1873 


1208 


Andrew Roth 


Nov. 


28, 


1875 


1209 


Anna INIay 


May 


7, 


1878 




Elizabeth Alice 


June 


5. 


1880 




Martha Matilda 


A g. 


17, 


1882 




Bertha Lutora 


Oct. 


9, 


1883 




Le Roy 


Feb. 


13, 


1885 




Wilbur Henry 


:\rar. 


9, 


1887 




Edna Irene 


Nov. 


9. 


1889 




Freddie 


Mar. 


15, 


1891 



Frank Ciai 



Ella Barhd 

Mary Waters 
TJUiai'/ Getziuger 
.Alaria Shales ' 
Ida Kieffer 
John Fox. D. D. S. 



140 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gei 


1. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 


Married to 






611 












5 


177 


Sarah Decker 


Sept. 


2, 


1853 




Charles Decker 


G 




Gliildreii 












(; 


IL'IO 


Williaui K. 


Dee. 


23, 


1875 




Sadie Eyerly 




1211 


Frank 

612 


Sept. 


2_ 


1879 




INlary Fanner 


5 


177 


Edwaril liol^erts 


Sept. 


21, 


1854 




Alvaretta Lewis 


G 




Cliiklreu 












U 




Clyde 


May 


1, 


1880 










William L. 


.Tan. 


22. 


1883 










Minnie 


May 


16, 


1885- 










.Mark T. 


July 


2, 


1887 










Charlotta 


Nov. 


30, 


1889 


Aug. 10, 1890 








613 












u 


177 


Clarence Rol)erts 


Sept. 


9, 


181)0 




Dora Rauch 


G 




Cliildren 












« 




Elbert A. 


May 


10, 


18S() 










Garlton A. 


Mar. 


11, 


1S95 










614 












o 


177 


Joseph E. Roberts 


Oct. 


2 


1802 




Malinda May 


G 




Children 












(J 




Halsey T. 


Jan. 


13, 


1890 










Ellwood 


Dec. 


21, 


1897 










Emma 


Oct. 


8. 


1899 










Stanley M. 


Jan. 


29, 


1901 










Mildred 


June 


13, 


1904 







615 

5 177 Arthur K 
G Child 



(') 


1212 


Lillian V. 

616 


Dec. 


1, 


1875 


G 


177 


Harvey Roberts 
No childi-en 

617 


Mar. 


25, 


1808 


G 
G 


179 


Jennif L. Newcomer 

CJiildren 
F. Clewell 
J. William 

618 


Nov. 

June 
Dec. 


3. 
20.' 


1870 

1895 
1904 





179 


William II. Clewell 

Children 
Harry E. 
Paul W. 

619 


July 

Sept. 
Jan. 


10. 

To,' 


1872 

1898 
1902 


G 


179 


.\rtli'v I). CIcwel, 
No 'chililrcn 


Mar. 


25. 


1870 



Mary Ranch 
J. K. Ellis 



Maria Fensterniaker 



F. A. Newcomer 



Malinda Stump 



Malinda Fisher 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



141 



Geu. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



620 

184 Rebecca Gittinger 

She left one child but 
vain. She died iu Lehi'. 

621 



Deceased Heiiiricli (iittiiiyer 

all efforts to get a report were iu 
h Couuty iu unfortuuate circuuiwtauces. 



5 184 


Esther Getter 


G 


Childreu 


(3 1213 


Ellie C. 




Mary A. 


1214 


Harry F. 




Charles A. 




Auna L. 



Feb. 


10, 


1S34 






Levi H. Getter 


Dec. 


29, 


1859 






Thomas J. Steckel 


July 


3, 


18G1 


May 


18(32 




May 


12, 


1864 






Barbara Paul 


Feb. 


0, 


1869 


Mar. 


4, 1872 




Apr. 


13, 


1871 









622 

184 Fiauua (Ueph) Fogel 



Jau. 



183(5 



14, 1901 



1. Jacol) Keph 
hn Fogel 



f 1. J a 
1 2. Jo 



G 




Childreu 
















(3 


1215 


Oscar 
Sabilla 


Aug. 


10, 


1872 








Single 
Josiah Rice 




1216 


Auuie 
Quiutus 


Sept. 


2, 


1859 








Richard Dilliard 

Single 




1576 


Estella 














George Lougenbach 




1577 


James 


















1217 


Amanda 

623 


Sept. 


24, 


1862 








Cyrus P. Leh 


5 


184 


Susau Newhard 








Deceased 




Reuben Newhard 


G 




Children 








' 











1218 


Sarah A. 


Dec. 


8, 


1862 








Benjamin W. Kline 




1219 


Anna Maria 


Feb. 


26, 


1864 








Phaon T. Strauss 




1220 


Minnie Alice 
Reuben 


Aug. 


6, 


1870 








Lewis Hohl 




1649 


William 
624 








1 








5 


184 


Daniel Clewell 


Sept. 


7^ 


1841 








( 1. Caroline Fradeneck 
t 2. Anna M. Bender 




















G 




Children (first wife) 
















(5 




:Mary A. 


Nov. 


25, 


1866 


Sept. 


14, 


1867 








James 








Infancy. 








1221 


Alice C. 

Childi-en (second wife) 


Nov. 


25, 


1867 








Edward Setzer 




1222 


Ellen Elizabeth 


:\Iav 


19, 


1873 








Edward Polllett 






William 


Nov. 


26, 


1874 


Dee. 


2, 


1874 






1223 


Amelia 


May 


16, 


1876 








Vincent R. Hulter 






Auna Eliza 


J uly 


27, 


1878 


June 




1879 








Daniel H. 


Nov. 


25, 


1879 


June 


9, 


1892 






1224 


Robert W. 
Emma Matilda 
EdAA-ard 
Ralph A. 
Helen C. 

625 


Mar. 

Sept. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Aug. 


27, 
10, 
30, 
26. 
19. 


1882 
1884 
1887 
1890 
1894 








Nettie Weiner 


o 


185 


Josiah Clewell 


Sept. 


6, 


1841 








Amanda KecMier 


G 




Child 
















ti 




John F. 


Aug. 


11, 


1872 


Sept. 


9, 


1894 





142 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



626 

5 185 Mary Eclirote 
G Children 

G 1225 George Nicholas 
1228 Alonzo Peter 
Henry Malviu 



Jan. 27, 1842 

Oct. 14, 18C»3 

Feb. 10, ISGG 

Mar. 17, 1872 



Dee. 



1884 



Jacob Eckrote 



Catherine F. Curboy 
Maria E. Gruver 



627 

5 185 Solinda Dreisbach 
G Children 

(i 1227 Harry 

Addie 
1228 Bessie 

George 



May IS, 1875 

1879 

Mar. 25, 18S1 



1845 Jnly 14, 1880 Edward J. Dreisbach 
Annie CampbeM 
Jolm Kay 



1880 



Deceased 



628 

5 185 John F. Clewell 
G Children 



630 



5 185 Caroline Wintersteen 
G Children 

1P)50 Mav 
1C51 Hattie 
Mattie 



Dec. 



18.53 



6 


1229 


William 




Dec. 


15, 


1879 




1230 


Minnie 




Mar. 


21, 


1883 






Edward 




Sept. 


0, 


1885 




1231 


Cora 




Oct. 


12, 


1887 






Robert 




Dec. 


29. 


1889 






Rebecca 




Oct. 


12, 


1890 






Josiah 




Apr. 


20, 


1894 






Mabel 




July 


24, 


189G 






629 










5 


185 


Jacob Clew 


ell 








ii 




Children 










6 




George Lymun 


July 


10, 


1889 






I.eroy Dew 


itt 


May 


4, 


1893 






Jesse Glenton 


Jnne 


23, 


1896 



Sept. 1, 1896 



Dec. 



1903 



Margaret Morgan 

Gertrude Archers 
Samuel Cudlii) 

William H. Riehl 



Katie Root 



Henry Wintersteen 



Joseph Hetten 
Mahion Shipe 



631 

5 185 Rebecca Trumbower 
G Children 

G Albert 

Mary 

Harriet 



Heni-y Trumbore 



632 



5 185 Susan INIoyer 
a Children 

G Edward 

34GG ]>aniel C. 
Harrv 

1G52 Laura 



Feb. 6, 1874 



Peter Moyer 

Margaret Evans 
James Smith 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



US 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



633 

IIji.iTiot Freeman 
No c-liiJ;lren 



[liinm Ficvniiiin 



634 

5 18u .John Clewell 

G Cliihlren (tirst wife) 

(J 1232 Sarali C.:. 
12;;!3 Catliarine 
123-1 Samuel C. 
123.3 Robert W. 
1230 Morris Aslier 
.1237 Ella 

Beata 

Beata 

Children (second wife) 

Clinton 

1238 .Tobn 

1239 Rev. Tlieorlore 



Jan. 7, 18.j4 

Mar. J 85-5 

Feb. 3, 1858 

.Jan. 2, 1860 

Sept. IG, IStW 



July 31, 1877 



Oct. 



Feb. 14, 1902 

Infancy 

Infancy 



f 1. Mary Bclver 
\ 2. Mary Rlioail 

Charles Dieter 
Reub^'n Oiilinger 
Kate Bossard 
Harriet Markle 
Alice Brensinger 
Robert Ecker 



Single 

Hattie Shively 

Clara Deibert 



635 



5 


187 


Rebecca F. Faw 


Sept. 


22 


1840 








Amos Faw 


Ct 




Children 
















G 




.John C. 


Aug. 


26, 


1859 


Dec. 


19, 


1876 






1G53 


Ida E. 


Mar. 


17, 


1861 


July 


16, 


1878 


Jonas A. Weisner 




1654 


Charles Rufus 


Feb. 


4, 


1863 








Rosa M. Spaugh 




16.55 


Alpha Sarena 


Sept. 


19, 


1864 








Enoch Faw 




1G5G 


Sarah Emma 


Feb. 


4, 


1866 


Sept. 


n 


1904 


John Weisner 




16.57 


Jacob William 


Sept. 


20, 


'867 








Effie Walker 




1240 


Rhoda Catharine 


Sept. 


4, 


1869 








John W. Daniel 




1241 


Susan Aug-usta 


Jan. 


27, 


1871 








William Teayne 






Christian Isaac 


July 


10, 


1872 


Sept. 


21, 


1873 






1242 


Martha Eliza 
Noah Henry 


Aug. 
Sept. 


23, 

20, 


1874 
1876 








James A. Sink 




1243 


Minnie Ellen 


June 


3, 


1S78 








Mankin A. Flora 






Esther May 


Oct. 


20, 


1879 


Infancy 








1G.5S 


Harvey Amos 


Apr. 


15, 


1881 








Rosa Thompson 



636 



5 187 


Rev. Levi H. Sides 


Oct. 


23, 


1850 


(i^ 


Children 








G 1GC9 


Addie J. 


Oct. 


5. 


1872 




Willie J. 


Mav 


7, 


1874 


IGGO 


Sallie M. 


Julv 


8, 


1875 


1(?61 


Cora R. 


Dec. 


6. 


1877 


1662 


Henrv H. 


^lay 


8, 


1880 




Rosa M. 


Apr. 


10. 


1883 




Bertha E. 


Mar. 


22, 


1886 




Owen J. 


Dec. 


6. 


1888 




Davie E. 


Aug. 


22, 


1892 




Elma O. 


May 


14, 


1896 



May 8, 1874 



Nancy Faw 

Elias B. Huffman 

William A. Beekner 
Benjamin K. Beekner 
Lucv E. Huffman 



1-14 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



637 

5 192 Sarah Ami Johnson 

G Children 

G 1244 Dora Viryinia 

1245 Sidney L. 
Leannv 

1240 Cliarlie C. 

1247 James W. 
Willie W. 
Thomas T. 

1248 Clara M. A. 

638 

5 192 William T. Rominger 
G Children 

l> 1531 ]\I aggie Belinda 
Bertie Leutena 

1249 Minnie Belle 
Mary Maud 

639 

5 IOC. Sarah C. Cooper 
G Children 

6^ 1250 Sarah E. 

1251 Adelia 

1252 Charles W. 

1253 Thomas R. 

1254 William A. 

1255 Fannie E. 
James 
George W. 
Lena 

640 

5 192 James C. Womack 
G Children 

6 John W. 

1256 Roswell L. 
Lucy C. 
Georgiana 

1603 Sarah Rebecca 
i257 INIary T. 

James C. 

John H. 

Sidney L. 

Fleda Eliza 



641 



5 198 Catharine Snyder 
ii Children 

C William H. 

l(;c.4 S. 'Slixvia 
Ella :M. 



Oct. 16, 1838 

May 6, 1866 

Noy. 20, 1867 

Feb. 12, 1870 

June 19, 1871 

Feb. 22, 1873 

Aug. 20, 1876 

Mar. 1, 1879 

June 11, 1882 



Nov. 25, 1845 

June 2, 1871 

Dec. 1, 1872 

Feb. 6, 1874 

May 15, 1879 



Nov. 16, 1838 

Aug. 26, 1857 

Sept. 13, 1859 

Feb. 13, 1862 

May 15, 1866 

May 28, 1868 

Oct. 29, 1870 

Nov. 10, 1872 

Nov. 13, 1874 

Apr. 29, 1877 



Aug. 26, 1842 

Jan. 21, 1866 

Sept 22, 1867 

Oct. 11, 1869 

July 4. 1871 

Mar. 4, 1873 

Jan. 13. 1876 

June 22, 1878 

Sept. 29, 1881 

Feb. 25. 1883 

Oct 11. 1885 



Aug. 8, 1838 

Deceased. 
Mar. 31, 1859 
May 12, 1862 



May 3, 1870 



July 31, 1874 



Dec. 



Jan. 14, 1882 



William A. Johnson 

Thomas H. Money 
Ida J. Money 

Nancie C. Money 
Lniie Salmons 



William P. Dobbins 



642 



5 198 Siirah Kied 
G Child 

G Martha 



Mar. 14, 1840 Feb. 24. 1865 
May 17, 1862 Oct. 13, 1863 



Martha Elrod 



Alonzo B. Clapp 
Prof. A. M. Mahaffey 



Thomas D. Cooper 

Edward Strupe 

Frank Cook 

Beulah Wright 

Ellie Strape 

Lula Joyce 

Rev. John T. Jenkins 



Eliza J. Mikel 
Anna Spaugh 



Lonnie B. Lamb 
Walter F. Brown 



Philip Snyder 
Charles Ellenwood 

Charles Ried 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



145 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married, to 






643 














5 


198 


Mary Kent 


^lar. 


21, 


1845 


June 1, 


1884 


John B. Kent. 


G 




Oliildren 














(i 




Cornelius 
.Tustina 


May 

Oct. 


22 

17,' 


1877 
1879 




1877 








Mamie 


Mar. 


2, 


1881 


Mar. 12. 


1881 








John 


Sept. 


13, 


1882 












Edwin 


May 




1884 


Sept. 8, 


1884 








644 














5 


198 


Margaret Clark 


Jan. 


10, 


1851 


July 27. 


1880 


George Clark 


G 




Children 














6 




P^lizabeth 

Emma 

Charles 

Clara 

Ethel 

645 


Mar. 

Sept. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Feb. 


25, 

25, 
25. 


1872 
1873 
1875 
1876 
1879 


Mar. 


1873 




5 


198 


.Joseph Clouse 


Feb. 


5, 1856 






Annie Willis 


G 




Children 














6 




Everet 

Elda 

Ima 

646 


Feb. 
Apr. 
Mar. 


2 
18, 


1887 
1890 
1892 








5 


198 


Philip Clouse 


Feb. 


5, 


1856 


June 20, 


1890 f 


1. Lucy Thomas 
















2. Ella Aspy 


G 




Children (tirst wife^ 














6 


1G65 


Bessie 
Nellie 

647 


July 
Feb. 


6, 

28, 


1879 
1881 






Walter Place 


5 


198 


Elizabeth Kent 


Aug. 


13, 


1856 






John B. Kent 


G 




Children 














6 




E. Grace 
Roy 

648 


Aug. 
Apr. 


2 

28,' 


1886 
1888 








5 


199 


Catherine C. Davis 


Dec. 


9, 


1835 


May 7, 


1883 




G 




Child 














6 


1258 


Sarah 

649 


Sept. 


26, 


1859 






Thomas Jones 


5 


199 


Nancy E. L. Treadway 


Feb. 


25. 


1845 






Milton Treadway 


G 




No children 

650 














5 


199 


Lewis S. Davis 


Nov. 


23. 


1847 






Caroline Ried 


G 




Chudren 














G 




Edward 


Feb. 


14. 


1874 


:\Iar. 26. 


187(i 








Alta P. 


Nov. 


8, 


1875 


Mar. 1. 


1876 








Clara 


Dec. 


12. 


1876 












Daus'hter 


Dec. 


12. 


1876 


Dec. 26. 


1878 








Maude C. 


Dec. 


15. 


1879 


Infancy 










Catharine E. 


July 


6. 


1882 












Thomas 


Apr. 


21. 


1885 












John 


July 


30, 


1888 









146 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Borr 


1 


Died 




Married to 




651 
















r. 199 


Mahala L. Gruell 


Nov. 


9, 


1850 








Herman Gruell 


G 


Children 
















« 


Minnie M. 
Edward F. 


Nov. 
Ans-. 


6, 


1881 
1883 


July 


25, 


1888 






Lydia E. 


Sep. 


IS, 


1889 


Oct. 


15, 


1893 






Flora M. 


Sep. 


18, 


1889 












Homer 


:\Iay 


31, 


1893 












652 
















5 199 


Charlotte Owens 


Jan. 


23. 


1853 


Feb. 


14, 


1888 


I'ercy Owens 


G 


Children 
















(i 


Harley C. 


Sept. 


30, 


1885 


Oct. 


13. 


1885 






Ralph 


Apr. 


2, 


1887 


July 


25, 


1895 






653 
















5 199 


Susanna L. Aspy 


June 


26, 


1855 








John A spy 


G 


No children 

654 
















5 199 


Jane Smith 


Nov. 


12, 


1858 








William Smith 


G 


Children 
















6 


Fannie E. 
Blanche E. 


Jan. 
Sept. 


17, 
21, 


1882 
1884 












Franklin J. 


Jnly 


3, 


1890 


July 


17, 


1891 






Flossie S. 


July 


3, 


1890 












Ralph H. 


Mar. 


19, 


1892 












John Roy 


Mar. 


19, 


1892 












655 
















5 200 


John Hitchcock 


Dec. 


15, 


1848 








Annie Seward 


G 


Children 
















() 1259 


Phehe 


Apr. 


2, 


1874 








Alexander Holder 


1G66 


Sarah J. 
Monta 

656 


Sept. 
Aug. 


15, 
21, 


1875 

1878 








Marion Snyder 


5 200 


Joseph Hitchcock 


Feb. 


25, 


1S45 








Elmira Reed 


G 


Children 
















6 1260 


Dora May 


Aug. 


23, 


1867 








Marion Click 


1261 


Letha M. 


July 


18, 


1871 








Albert L. Essev 


1262 


Emma I. 


Dec. 


5, 


1872 








Joseph A. Carter 


1263 


Carrie Alice 


Jan. 


27, 


1874 








John W. Miller 




Ollie Affnes 


July 


13. 


1875 


Apr. 


24, 


1877 




1264 


Edward M. 


Sept. 


13. 


1877 








Abbie A. Lathrop 


I26r) 


Arthur T. 


Mar. 


27. 


1879 








Martha Herron 


1260 


Alvin 


July 


26. 


ISSO 








El'a Wasson 


1267 


Bertha A. 


Aug. 


3, 


1883 








Joseph W. Robertson 


1268 


Lena Pearl 

657 


Nov. 


29, 


1884 








.John W. Barnes 


."> 200 


SaniiK'l Hitchcock 


Apr. 


29, 


1847 








Maria Holder 


G 


Cliildrcn 
















6 1269 


Sherman M. 
Albert J. 
Stella J. 
Franklin T. 
Ralph AV. 


May 

July 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 


13, 
14. 
10. 
10, 
21, 


1S73 

1875 
1877 
1879 
1881 








Anna Scott 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



147 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 




658 
















5 200 


Sanford L. Hitchcock 


June 


12, 


1849 








Emma Smith 


(x 


Chiklivii 
















(; 1270 


Geoi-ge P. 


Nov. 


19, 


1873 








Eliza Shepherd 


1GG7 


William I. 


Dec. 


18, 


1875 








Lilian West 


IGGS 


Charles S. 


Feb. 


•', 


1878 








Amelia Fisher 




James K. 


May 


6,' 


1880 


Sept. 


29, 


1883 




1271 


Elmer E. 


Aug. 


18, 


1882 










1272 


Nellie M. 


Nov. 


9, 


1884 








I^awrence ilulry 




Adelaide S. 


May 


5, 


1887 


Dec. 


24, 


1901 






659 
















5 200 


William Hitchcock 








Oct. 


19, 


1885 


Alice Crisler 


G 

G 


Children 
Catharine 
Margaret 
Samuel 

660 
















5 201 


Andrew Hitchcock 


June 


1, 


1854 








Miran<la Marshall 


G 


Children 
Joseph C. 


Dec. 


15, 


1882 












Beatiis 








Infancy 








661 
















5 202 


James 0. Cloiise 


July 


1, 


18G0 








Nancy L. Cline 


G 


Children 
















G 


Beata 


Aug. 


12, 


1888 


Infancy 








Cline E. 


Mar. 


18, 


1891 












Veble J. 


May 


3, 


1898 












John Inman 


Oct. 


19, 


1895 












Miller ISIartin 


Oct. 


19, 


1895 












662 
















5 202 


Arne W. Clouse 


Jan. 


18, 


1872 








Pink Prather Carr 


G 


Children 
















6 


May Musetta 
Jeuet Elvise 

663 


Sept. 
Sept. 


28, 
21, 


1898 
1902 










5 203 


Clara Thomas 


Jan. 


12, 


1844 








Samuel A. Thomas 


G 


Child 
















6 1273 


Rosa Estella 

664 


Oct. 


17, 


1881 








B. B. Byerly 


5 203 


Addie Smith 


July 


23. 


1847 








Winslow A. Smith 


(; 


Children 
















G 1274 


Engenia 


Dec. 


4, 


1875 








F,nclid Ballard 


1275 


Carrie 


Jan. 


G, 


1877 








George Nowles 


127G 


James 
Birdie 
Clyde 
Pearl 


Dee. 
Mar. 

Jan. 


1, 
10, 
1, 

14, 


1879 
■]881 

1884 
1887 








ITla Keever 




Winslow 


Oct. 


9, 


1890 


July 


2^ 


1891 





148 



GENEALOGY OP 



Geu. No. 



Names 



665 



204 



Alvis M. Koiiiinyer 
G c'liihlreii 

G KJtJ'J Nellie 
1G70 Frank 
Forrest 



July 1, 1850 

Mar. 10, 1878 

Nov. 29, 1880 

Mar. 9, 1886 



Died 



Married to 



Sarah Ellif 



M. W. Horseman 
Gertrude Chandler 



205 



666 

Lucy Miller 
Children 



.July 1, 1850 






1277 


.Tohn W. 






Mar. 


25, 


1873 




1278 


Maud R. 






Mar. 


11, 


1874 




KmI 


Emma M. 






Jan. 


3, 


1876 




1270 


Ora E. 






Dec. 


16, 


1878 




12S0 


Arthur G. 


P. 




Apr. 


3, 


1880 




1281 


Anna E. 






June 


20, 


1883 






Roy P. 






Apr. 


16, 


1885 






Pollev D. 






Jan. 


22 


1888 






Mary A. 






Dec. 


16, 


1892 






667 












5 


207 


.Tosephine 


A. 


(Temples') 
Tolle 


Dec. 


5, 


1848 


G 




Children 


(Isf 


: husband) 








r> 


1282 


Cora I). 






Feb. 


29, 


1808 


G 




Children 


(2nd 


husband) 










1283 


Nellie G. 






Sept. 


16, 


1875 






Mahle C. 






July 


28. 


1878 




128-4 


Philip S. 






Sept. 


2, 


1880 






.Tohn B. 






Dec. 


17,' 


1884 






Mary A. 






Oct. 


13, 


1890 



Feb. 



AVilliam S. Miller 

Carrie A. Hitchcock 
Roy Norris 
Ihilbert Trotter 
Joseph Bowman 
Flavy Murphy 
David Stepp 



f 1 W. R. Temples 
\ 2 John J. Tolle 



John T. Ewers 

A. G. Slawson 

i, 1906 Nettie Riffsby 



668 



5 


207 


Irvin C. Gambold 


June 


26, 


1851 








G 




Child 














6 




Irvin Edward 

669 


Sept. 


3, 


1902 








5 


207 


M. Isabel Storm 


July 


28, 


1853 












Children 
Harley R. 


Mar. 


13, 


1889 












Mary E. 


Apr. 


21, 


1890 


Apr. 


28, 


1890 






Rosff)e Gambold 


May 


7, 


1891 












670 














G 


2(i7 


Delilah C. Zuck 
Children 


May 


22, 


1861 








i; 




Charles Simru'eon 


Mar. 


29, 


1883 


.Alay 


19, 


1901 






Nellie Mildred 


Aut;. 


15, 


1884 












(Jeorire (JordoTi 


Feb. 


8, 


1886 












Elizabeth Louise 


June 


21, 


1891 












John Monroe 


Jan. 


17, 


1897 









Lenora Redwine 



Thomas Storm 



Rev. R. M. Zuck 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



149 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 







671 


















5 


209 


Edward H. 


Gambold 


Jan. 


12, 


1862 








Celia F. GJriessman 


G 




Children 


















(> 


1072 


Grace P. 




Oct. 


14, 


1884 








(reorye 1). Kagen 






Harry E. 




Mar. 


30, 


1888 


Apr. 


s. 


1802 








Erin a M. 




Nov. 


24, 


1893 


Nov. 


5, 


1902 








Helen A. 




Aug. 


'^' 


1896 














672 


















5 


210 


John Burcham 


Sept. 


22 


1856 








Susan Sowers 


G 




Children 


















('. 


1285 


Mellie 
Harry 
Forrest 
Edward 

673 




July 
July 
July 
Dec. 


21, 
9, 


1878 
1880 
1883 
1889 








Harry Ilosenbush 


5 


210 


Emma A. 


Rominger 


Jan. 


9, 


1858 


May 


20, 


1881 


Charleston Rominger 


G 




Child 


















G 


1286 


Franklin 




Dec. 


22, 


1876 








Lucy Winterbury 



674 

5 210 Henry E. Bruner 
G Children 



Feb. 6, 1870 



6 




Beulah 


Sept. 




1896 






Helen 


June 




1900 






675 








5 


212 


David O. Luckenbach 


Aug. 


7, 


1833 


G 




Children 








6 


1287 


Horace Andrew 


Oct. 


1. 


1864 






Joseph David 


Mar. 


18. 


1866 




1288 


Kathaline Augusta 


June 


12. 


1872 






Robert Meyers 


Sept. 


20. 


1875 






Paul Jacob 


July 


7, 


1882 



Pauline Morgan 



Dec. 28, 1906 Ellen Meyers 

Libbie O. Slough 
Herbert Stratford 



Mar. 31, 1884 



676 

5 212 Emma L. Doster 
G Ch,ildren 

6 1289 Edgar L. 

Herbert F. 

1290 Robert O. 

1291 Marv P. 
Ella A. 

Lewis Doster, Jr. 

1292 A. Estella 



Apr. 2, 1835 

Jan. 18, 1858 

Feb. 1. 1860 

Feb. 23, 1862 

Apr. 23. 1864 

July 15, 1866 

Feb. 5, 1869 

May 3, 1877 



Jan. 



Mar. 13, 1868 



Lewis Doster, Jr. 



Anna Bodine 
Benjamin P. AVest 



Single 

Dr. :Morris P. Boyle 



677 

5 212 Angelica H. Rihe Oct. 31. 1837 
G Children 

6 1293 Harry L. Luckenbach 

1294 Albert M. Jr. June 14, 1871 



Dec. 12, 1892 Albert :m. Rihe 



Thelka Gottesleben 
Emma Sniffin 



150 



GENEA1.0GY OF 



Gen 


I. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






678 














5 


212 


Matilda A. Knauss 


Dec. 23, 


1843 








William V. Knauss 


G 




.No children 

679 














5 


212 


Jacob W. Luckenbach 


July 20, 


1850 


Nov. 


.21, 


1897 f 


1. Emma L. Sellers 














\ 


2. Ida E. Stubblebein 


G 




Child (second wife) 














U 




Leonard Jacob 
680 


Nov. 28, 


1894 










_ 


2i:i 


Edwin K. Lnckenbach 


Apr. 18, 


1836 


Aug. 


21, 


1894 


Anna Louisa White 







Children 
William Henry 


Jan. 20, 


1863 


Jan. 


20, 


1868 




I2l>r) 


Franklin Leonard 


Sept. 18, 


1864 


Mar. 


29, 


1895 


Amanda Stern' 




129(5 


Charles Edwin 


May 28, 


1866 








Mary E. Renner 




1297 


Caroline Mary 


Sept. 18, 


1868 








Osi-ar Ranch 




1298 


Ida Virginia 


Oct. 28, 


1870 








Walter Smith 




1299 


George Allen 


May 20, 


1878 








Elizabeth Warn 






David 


Mar. 1, 


1885 


Infancy 










681 














5 


213 


Jnlius Luckenbach 


Jan. 1, 


1838 








Sarah Kingkinger 


G 




Children 

















1300 


Leon G. 
Ella R. 


Jan. 30, 
June 10, 


1871 
1872 








Frances Stubbins 




1301 


Harry W. 

682 


Sept. 12, 


1874 








Elizabeth Reeder 


5 


213 


George H. Luckenbach 


Nov. 24, 


1844 


Feb. 


28, 


1872 


Mamie Veuai)Ie 


G 


1073 


Child 
Georgiana 

683 












Baker 


5 


213 


Maria A. Bender 


Aug. 15, 


1846 








Wilson Bender 


G 




Child 














c 




Clara Lovina 

684 


May 30, 


1880 












214 


Owen A. Luckenbach 
Children 


Jan. 16, 


1834 


Oct. 


14, 


1891 


Jane Croker 


(i 




Joseph R. 


Oct. 28. 


1865 


Apr 


. 1, 


1884 






1302 


Gertrude 


.Tan. 0. 


1868 








Dr. H. C. Masland 






Carrie E. 


Oct. 3, 


1869 


Jan. 


14, 


1871 






1303 


Owen F. 
Jennie H 

685 


Oct. 8, 
May 23, 


1871 
1873 








Helen Lines 


r 


214 


Cnroline Ivchmnn 


:sray 20. 


1S38 


.Tan. 


17. 


1862 


Bernerd Lehman 


G 




No further information 

686 


received. 












_r, 


214 


Ellen Nagel 


Sept. 28, 


1842 








Rev. Charles Nagel 


<; 




Children 














c, 




Anna L. 


Sept. 19. 


1872 


Nov. 


4. 


1902 








Marie C. 


June 16, 


1875 











THE CLE WELL FAMILT. 



151 



Geu. No 


Names 




Born 


Died 




Married to 






687 
















5 


-14 


.Sophia Maxwell 


Apr. 


1, 


1844 








Hugh Maxwell 


G 




No further iuformatiou 

688 


receiv 


ed. 












5 


214 


Amelia Rouclthaler 


Aug. 


10, 


1S46 


Dec. 


22, 


1894 


liev. J. A. Ruudthaler 


U 




Children 
















U 


13U4 


Ethel 


July 


25, 


1871 








Anhur A. McCain 




18U5 


Marion 


Feb. 


1, 


1874 








Rev. .V. c. i^'ulton 






Robert 


Aug. 


31, 


1875 


Nov. 


26, 


1903 






lyor. 


William David 


r>ec. 


7, 


1877 














Anna Salome 


May 


9, 


1882 








Adele aicCulough 






Alice Jane 


»ept. 


13, 


1S83 














Norman 


Mar. 


12, 


1887 














Harold 


Apr. 


18, 


1891 














689 
















5 


214 


Frances C. Kraase 


Feb. 


22 


1851 








J. Samuel Krause 


G 




Children 
















<l 


1307 


Adeline E. 


Dec. 


20, 


1871 








Francis E. Hamman 




i;jus 


Margaret K. 


May 


24, 


1873 








Henry T. Morris 






Mathew 


Oct. 


21, 


187S 


Dec,'. 


28, 


1878 






1300 


Helen L. 

690 


Jan. 


13, 


1880 








Fred T. McClain 


r, 


215 


Bernhard A. Weber 


Apr. 


9, 


1834 








Harriett E. Shurtleff 


(1 




Children 
















C) 


1553 


Marion Alice 


Aug. 


IG, 


1861 








Joseph W. Bacherach 




1554 


Charlotte Elizabeth 


Sept. 


15, 


1803 








Edwin Isensee 






John C. 


June 


8, 


18G5 


Oct. 


8, 


ISttO 








Kittle H. 


Nov. 


10, 


1867 


Dee. 


14, 


1SS9 






1555 


(]lyde B. 


Aug. 


13, 


1870 








Aruie Knapp 






Carrie B. 


Mar. 


19, 


1874 


Dec. 


13, 


1890 








691 



















215 


Hortensia ^^ Kranse 


Oct. 


G, 


1833 


Aug. 


4, 


1902 


Robert P. Krause 


G 




Children 
















C. 


1312 


Edward J. 


Nov. 


27, 


185G 








Sarah G. I>ee 




1310 


Henry A. 


Mav 


30, 


18G0 








May Etta C. Roberts 




1313 


Elizabeth A. 


Nov. 


27, 


1864 


Mar. 


10, 


1901 


Rev. W. N. Schv\^arze 




1311 


Eugene F. 

692 


Nov. 


18, 


1865 








Cora Hackman 


5 


215 


Henry T. Weber 


Apr 


. 1, 


1838 


Jan. 


2. 


1899 


Hannih P. Price 


(; 




Children 
















G 


15-19 


Harry P. 


Oct. 


1, 


1861 








Emma R. Toms 






Annie Hartensia 


Aug. 


17. 


1864 


Feb. 


13. 


1867 






1550 


John Robert 


Dec. 


3, 


1S6G 








Mai'garet L. Brov^-n 




1551 


Eleanor Clementine 
Ross Wilkinson 


Jan. 
Aug. 


15. 
19. 


1869 
1872 








Charles G. Lang 




1552 


Bernhard Waldburg 

693 


^lay 


12, 


1878 








E. Nora Swartz 


5 


217 


Eugene Schafer 


June 


10, 


1846 


May 


19, 


1902 


Jennie Sensaman 


G 




No children 

















152 



GENEALOGY Ul^• 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



694 



5 218 I':uima C". F 


radeueck 


Jan. 4. 1838 








Tlieodoi^e Fradeneck 


U Children 
















(; Clara E. 






June 9, 1859 


Aug. 


9, 


1859 




1314 Ellen M. 






Oct. 5, 18(10 








Dr. George Becker 


Marcus M. 






Jan. 30, 18(33 


Sept. 


4, 


18G3 




Gilbert T. 






Dec. 4, 1870 


May 


23, 


1871 





695 



218 Ellen E. Lewis 



G 


Cliildren 


G 


Cliarles 


1315 


Allen 


131(> 


Matilda 




Harry 


1317 


Mary 


1318 


Fannie Olevia 


1319 


Clara 




Lizzie 



June 29, 1831 



1320 Annie T. 



Dec. 


20. 


1858 


Feb. 


10. 


18(J0 


Mar. 


12. 


1802 


Jan. 


19. 


18G7 


Apr. 


8, 


1809 


Nov. 


23, 


1871 


Jan. 


5, 


1874 


Dee. 


3. 


1875 


July 


12. 


1879 



Jeremiah Lewis 



Vesta Klotz 
Frank ^Mental 

Charles Straubel 
Charles J. Smith 
Tliomas Smith 

Tilgliman Halteman 



696 



5 218 Anna M. Benner 
G Children 

1321 Edwin Augustus 
Harford Samuel 
Olevia Maria 
Geneviere Martlia 
Cora Matilda 
1322 Thomas William 
Robert Austin 
Louise Virginia 
Forest Luther 



Dec. 24, 1841 



Nov. 22, 1803 






Feb. 15, 1809 


Sept. 10, 


1809 


June 7, 1870 


July 23, 


1870 


Dec. 1, 1873 






Apr. 10. 1875 






Aug. 12. 1870 






Sept. 12. 1877 






Apr. 25, 1881 






July 10, 1882 


Oct. 20, 


1882 



Edwin T. Benner 
Mary Vogel 

Mary R. McMullein 



697 

5 218 Cliarles Augustus JacoI).v Nov. 11, 1M3 



G Cliildren 

1323 Addie Eliza 
Irene Louisa 
1.324 Lizzie Rebecca 
1325 Emma Matilda 
fallen Maria 
Harold Wesley 
Thomas Hartley 
Robert Roy 
Howard Henry 
Warren Wilson 
Harry Alton 
Maliel Mary 
Aline Charlotte 



Oct. 


29. 


1808 








Sept. 


25. 


1870 


Oct. 


10. 


1881 


Nov. 


22, 


1872 








Dec. 


12, 


1874 








Oct. 


11, 


1870 








Apr. 


1, 


1878 


Oct. 


10. 


1884 


Feb. 


17, 


1880 


Jan. 


24, 


1889 


Aug. 


18, 


1881 


Jan. 


14, 


1882 


Jan. 


30. 


1883 








July 


0. 


1884 


Aug. 


12, 


1,884 


Apr. 


30, 


1880 








Dec. 


12, 


1887 








Apr. 


17, 


1S91 


Sept. 


12, 


1891 



Sarah Schweykafer 
George Wohlbach 



Edwin Eastman 
Edmond Oerter 



THE CLEWEiLL FAMILY. 



153 



Gen. No, 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






698 












5 


218 


Olevia S. Smith 


Aug. 20, 1845 








Adam Smith 


G 




Cliildreu 












G 


132G 


Charles J. 


Sept. 4, 1866 








Emma Knadler 






Mary I. 


Feb. 16, 1868 


Oct. 


5, 


1868 








William H. 


July 24, 1870 


Aug. 


15 


, 1895 








Eugene A. 


June 8, 1873 














Flora 0. 


July 21, 1875 


July 


4, 


187T 








Anmi E. 


Sept. 17, 1877 














Bayard M. G. 


Oct. 31, 1880 














Albert T. 


July 9, 1883 














Emily M. 


July 26, 1885 














699 












5 


218 


Eugene F. Jacoby 


Sept. 26, 1850 








Marion jNIedernach 


G 




Children 












G 


1327 


Minerva Virginia 


Oct. 1, 1872 








Amos Kichline 




1328 


Stella Matilda 


Dec. 15, 1873 








Rev. Wm. H. Boyer 






John Clarence 


July 12, 1876 


Jnly 


IS, 


1876 






1074 


Charles Francis 


Apr. 26, 1878 








Laura Bickert 






Eugene Henry 


Sept. 16, 1881 


Oct. 


18, 


1881 






1329 


Anna Arline 
Warren Howard 


Mar. 13, 1880 
Oct. 26, 1883 








Elmer Egbert 






Walter Augustus 


May 14, 1886 


Sept. 


3. 


188G 








Emily Elizabeth 


Feb. 9, 1896 


Aug. 


9, 


1896 








700 












- 


218 


Virginia M. Ruede 


Jan. 25, 1856 








Edward H. Ruede 


G 




Children 












G 




Albert Charles 


May 14, 1874 


Sept. 


G, 


1893 






133U 


Caroline Alice 


Nov. 9. 1877 








Charles Henry 




1331 


Ella Louise 
Francis Henry 


Nov. 17, 1878 
Mar. 2, 1880 








George Seip 






Willie Edward 


Mar. 14 1881 


July 


20, 


1881 








Lillie Edna 


Mar. 14, 1881 


July 


20, 


1881 






1675 


Mary INIatilda 


May 6, 1882 








Charles P. Stewiard 




1332 


Virginia Olevia 
Rolrert Herman 


Apr. 27, 1883 
Aug. 3, 1884 








William T. Jones 




1G7G 


Eva Elizabeth 


Feb. 10, 1887 








James Raub 




1G77 


Olga Irene 

701 


Feb. 28, 1888 








Lewis Heffelfinger 


5 


219 


Maria E. Cronthamel 


Jan. 14, 1848 








Jacob H. Cronthamel 


G 




Children 












6 


1502 


Joseph K. 


Aug. 1. 1861 








Alice Fetterolf 




1503 


Alice K. 


Dec. 10, 1862 








Henry K'. Berger 




1504 


Ephraim K. 


Aug. 23, 1864 








Emma Cassell 




1505 


Erwin K. 
Hillary K. 


Aug. 5, 186T 
Jan. 1, 1869 








Lizzie Schmidt 




1506 


Charles K. 


i\ov. 12, 1870 








Ada Palmer 




1507 


Irene K. 


Nov. 4. 1872 








John Munzinger 






Rebecca K. 


Sept. 4, 1874 


May 


7, 


1882 








Emma K. 


Aug. 27, 1876 


Sept. 


9, 


1885 






1508 


Wallace K. 


Sept. 30. 1877 








Mabel Slaughter 




1509 


Willard K. 


Sept. 16. 1881 








Elsie Cadwallader 




1510 


Jacob K. 


Sept. 6. 1884 


^ 






Florence Summ 



154 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 







702 






5 


219 


Sarah A. (Laudenberger) 
Swartley 


Aug. 3, 


1844 


G 




Children (1st husband) 






6 


1678 


Emma 


June 2, 


1867 




1679 


Laura 


Aug. 4, 


1S69 




16S0 


Charles 

Children (2d husband) 


Sept. 2, 


1870 






Susana 


May 16 


1876 




1681 


Lizzie 


Jan. 23, 


1878 




16S2 


Katie 

703 


May 5, 


1881 


5 


219 


Rebecca Frankenfield 


Oct. 26, 


1849 


G 




She had two children but 


1,0th die 


d in i 



Died 



Married to 



Mar. 



1898 



Apr. 80, 1878 



1. M. Laudenberger 

2. Ab. D. S^Yartley 

Asher Miller 
Jonas Clemme 
Maggie Crowell 



Irwin Eruey 
Tliomas Comstancer 



Dec. 22, 1876 Edw. T. Frankenfield 



704 

5 219 Charles William Keck 
G Children 

6 1333 Wilson David 

Maggie Idella 

1334 Edwin Frankenfield 

1335 Lillian May 
Charles Raymond 
Rertha Serena 
Floranus Reno 
Elsie Corinne 
Abner Watson 

705 

5 220 Emma J. Ward 
Gr Children 

6 James Samuel 
Esther Josephine 
William Henry 
Ethel Marion' 
Martha Adeline 
Albert Luckenbach 
Mary Alice 

706 

5 220 Samuel D. Luckenbach 
<T Child 

6 ^Martha Olga 



707 



222 



John Davis 
Children 
ir)3S Edna Elizabeth 
Allen Jay 
May E. 
Earl Clinton 
rharloc! Schuylar 
Florence Gladvs 



Jan. 13. 1851 



Kate C. Rosenberger 



^lar. 1. 1873 








Lillie Irene Zeari 


Jan. 7. 1875 


Mar. 


22, 


1876 




Apr. 2. 1877 








Clara M. Lukens 


Jan. 26. 1879 








Frank B. Lewis 


Aug. 9. 1881 


Nov. 


20. 


1891 




Jul V 29. 1,883 


Oct. 


1, 


1896 




May 4, 1885 










Dec. 14, 1888 


Dec. 


10. 


1891 




May 30. 1893 








* 


Sept. 14, 1858 








Ilenry James Wa 


Mav 6. 1886 










Apr. 26. 1887 


Sept. 


14, 


1889 




Nov. 29. 1890 


Nov. 


25, 


1893 




Alar. 19, 1892 










Apr.. 16. 1894 


June 


25, 


1894 




Apr. 20. 1895 


Julv 


15, 


1895 




June 5. 1898 


Sept. 


1, 


1898 




>rar. 18. 1867 








Olga C. Hesse 


Oct. 13, 1900 










Apr. 13, 1852 








Ida McMasters 


Dec. 11, 1879 








Nelson H. True 


July 9, 1882 










May 17. 1885 










Sept. 17, 1888 










Aug. 9. 1891 










Apr. 3, 1899 











THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



155 



Born 



Died 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



708 








222 Sanuiel D. Davis 


Mm\ 


18, 


1853 


No children 








709 








223 Owen B. Clewell 


:May 


26, 


18-14 


Children 








En gene A. 


May 


10, 


1869 


Harvey M. 


Feb. 


15, 


1871 


Minerva 


Jan. 


29, 


1877 


Lizzie R. 


Mar. 


19, 


1878 


Edv\-ard S. 


Feb. 


27, 


1881 


Frederick D. 


Feb. 


27, 


1881 


Charles W. 


Nov. 


17, 


1882 


Alfred A. 


Apr. 


8, 


18S5 


Amanda E. 


Jnne 


18, 


1886 


Mary E. 


Mar. 


16. 


1888 


Lillie J. 


Mar. 


16. 


1888 



1. Hannah INIarmen 
2. Sarah Denner 



Caroline Zellner 



710 

5 223 Alice E. Weidner 
G Children 



Dec. 17, 1854 



() 


1336 


H. Clande 


Feb. 12, 


1877 




1468 


Estella y. 


Mar. 21, 


1878 






Howard W. 


May 30, 


1881 






Willis H. 


Jnne 17, 


1883 






Thomas S. 


Apr. 21, 


1889 






711 






5 


223 


Theodore W. Clewell Feb. 19, 


1857 


G 




Children 






6 




Herbert I. 


Jnly 28. 


1883 






Goldie W. 


Dec. 5. 


1884 






Williard S. 


Apr. 19, 


18S9 






Helen M. 


Mar. 23, 


1893 



R. R. Weidner 



Sadie Bnchecker 
Constantine Collins 



Fidena Butz 



712 



5 223 Andrew Clewell 
G No children 



1859 



Alice Frederick 



713 



5 
G 
6 


223 


Ida R. Smith 

Children 
Grace S. R. 
Arthur R. 
Irene E. 
Harry R. 

714 


Apr. 3, 1864 

Jnne 5, 1892 
Apr. 27, 1894 

Sept. 11, isa- 

Nov. 30, 1901 


June 10, 


isrt: 


6 


223 


Ellen S. Hansm^an 

Children 
Anstin F. 
May E. 


Ang. 19, 1867 

June il 1890 
Apr. 9, 1898 







Richard Smith 



Percival Hausman 



156 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



715 

5 224 Maria Fogel 
G Cbildren 

G 1337 Franlc G. 

Howard H. 

716 

5 225 Milton H. Sterner 
G Cliiltlreu 

G 1338 William Allen 
1339 Stella Louisa 

Edward Lafayette 
Oliarles Raymond 

717 

.1 225 Ellen A. Earick 
G Children 

G 1340 Harry A. 

Arthur D. 
ir>88 :Minnie B. 
1341 Alvin R. 

Ko1)ert L. 

Earl J. 

Etta M. 

Cashus C. 

Nettie N. 

Eva M. 



Apr. 2, 1854 

July 5. 1877 
Mar. IG, 1883 



May 14, 1850 

.Jan. G. 1872 
Sept. 19, 1874 
Oct. 26, 1877 
Dec. 19, 1887 



Dec. 
May 
June 
Sept. 
July 
Feb. 
Apr. 
JulA- 
July 
Not. 



1851 

27, 1870 

13, 1872 
2G, 1873 

5, 1874 
5, 1878 

14. 1882 
13, 1884 

13, 1886 

14, 1889 
27. 1892 



Feb. 6, 1898 



Jan. 8, 1887 



Feb. 34, 1891 
Feb. 21, 1891 



Tilghman Fogel 
Jennie R. Beers 



Sarah Amanda Yob 



Molet Mary Pierce 
Freeman Eigelberger 



Robert W. Earicl 



Millie George 



J. E. WeidaAV 
Estella Myers 



718 

Allen J. Sterner 

Child 
Louise Evelyn 

719 

Annie A. Smith 

Child 
Mabel 

720 

Charles ^Y. Clewell 

Children 
John Walter 
Clarion Amanda 

721 

Morris G. Clewell 

Children 
Helen ^Mnrin 
Esther Pauline 

722 

Coi'is Frank Clewell 

Child 
Warren Charles 



Mar. 4. 1856 
Nov. 26, 1881 



Mar. 3, 1863 
Oct. 2. 1891 



Nov. 14, 1864 



Apr. 9, 1893 Julv 17. 1901 

Sept. 22, 1900 



Aug. 30. 1860 



:\rav 21. 1891 
Mar. 22, 1905 



Aug. 14, 1869 
Sept. 8, 4903 



Clara M. Yost 



Charles K. Smith 



Emma I\I. Seipel 



Ida Fatzinger 



]\iainie Bender 



THE CLBWELL FAMILY. 



157 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



723 

5 228 .Tohii Frankliu Reed 
G No childi-eu 

724 

5 228 Marcus J. Reed 
G Children 



Oct. 23, 180L 



Oct. 8', 1866 



6 


Josiah Fredericli 
Mary Pauline 
John Williams 

725 


Mar. 
Apr. 
Sept. 


9, 1891 
21, 1893 
25, 1897 








5 


228 Emma Keim 


Sept. 


16, 1868 








a 


Children 












6 


Robert Reed 
Esther S. 


May 
July 


27, 1890 
20, 1891 


July 


li, 


1890 




Joseph Clewell 


Sept. 


3, 1892 


Oct. 


16, 


1892 




Franklin J. 


Nov. 


26, 1893 


July 


2<, 


1894 




Anna Isabella 


Jan. 


31, 1895 










John Benjamin 


July 


9, 1896 


Apr. 


9, 


1897 



Isabel Henderson 



Esther A. Williams 



Franklin J. Keim 



726 



5 


229 


Hannah L. Bordner 


G 




Children 


6 


1342 


Carrie U. 
Ida May 




1343 


Sanford D. 

727 


5 


229 


Georire B. Fell 


G 




Children 


6 




Georg-e Henry 
Charles Martin 
Francis Leo 
Emmitt Ryan 

728 


5 


230 


Jacob L. Clewell 


(t 




Child 





1405 


Nett'e R. 



1845 

Oct. 31, 1866 
Aug. 24, 18bo 
July 12, 1875 



Sept. 4, 1851 

Apr. 4, 1884 
Aug. 29, 1887 
Dec. 26, 1894 
Aug. 17, 1897 



June 29, 1856 
Apr. 14, 1886 



William M. Bordner 

J. S. Cory 
1892 Single 

Anna Peck 



Mary Rhyan 



Laura Shaver 
Jesse Keeney 



729 

5 230 Hannah E. Sheldon 
G No children 

730 

5 230 Hattie C. Raskins 
G Children 

6 Earl Frederick 
Harold Clewell 
Edith Jrxattie 



Aug. 31, 1858 



Dec. 29, 1863 

June 21, 1890 
Nov. 16, 1891 
Sept. 29, 1892 



Frank Sheldon 



Fred H. Easkins 



158 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. Names 


Born 


731 

5 230 Charles H. 
G Children 
G Howard M. 
AVilbert N. 
Hazel Kay 
Kuth Irene 
Frank E. 


Clewell 


Feb. 11. lS(Ui 

Oct. 2G, 1890 
Feb. G, 1892 
Oct. 11, 1895 
Dec. 30, 1897 
Apr. 1, 1901 



I>ied 



Married to 



Eena Noel 



732 



Artnur G. Clewell 
No children 



Any. 27, 1873 



Maud E. Bennett 





733 












5 231 


Mary E. Vreeland 


.Tan. 4, 1S45 


July 


10, 


1870 


Aaron Vreeland 


G 


Children 












G 


Charles Shane 


Nov. 4, 18(57 










1344 


William Clewell 
Peter Lltzenberger 


.Tune 10. lS(t9 
July 28, 1872 








Helen E. Young 


1345 


Jesse Robert 


May 9, 187G 








Hattie A. Trexler 



734 

Emma L. Lambert 
No children 



735 

I^ucinda A. 

Children 
Lillian G. 
Aruna S. 



.Tan. 



1851 



Birdsey 



Jan. 20, 1855 

Apr. 21, 1883 
Aug. 27, 1887 



232 



736 

David H. Ruhrauff 
No children 

737 



"5 


232 


Susan Amanda Gould 


Dec. 


2G, 1849 


G 




Children 











p:va May 


May 


21, 1809 




134G 


David Arnold 


Mar. 


4, 1871 




1347 


Helen Asenith 


i:>ec. 


IG, 1872 






Susan Amanda 


Sept. 


9. 1S74 






Cora Ella 


July 


15, 187G 






738 






5 


232 


Celestia J. Baker 


Aug. 


4. 1858 


G 




Children 


Jan. 


27. 1876 


(■) 


1348 


Eliva Maude 
Edwin Clewell 

739 


Jan. 


8, 1881 


5 


232 


Cornelia L. L^arnsworth Oct. 


22, 1859 


G 




Children 






G 




George 


Fob. 


18. 1882 






Iveinieth Charles 


May 


1. 1892 






Alton I>ynp 


July 


1, 1900 



Pier son Lambert 



Frank P.lrdsey 



Susan P. Beach 



Samuel S. Gould 



Netta E. Whitbread 
Benjamin R. Hall 



James E. Baker 
Chester Berry 



:\Lar. 29, 1901 Chas. P. Farnsworth 



Aug. 4, 1882 
Sept. 2, 1901 



Aug. 18, 1870 



Apr. 29, 1903 



THE OLEWELL FAMILY. 



159 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






740 












5 
G 


232 


George W. Rosenberg 

Children 
George W. 
James R. 
William R. 
Francis 
Mathias 

741 


Jan. 25, ISGl 

Apr. 18, 1885 
Oct. 22, 1889 
June 13, 1891 
Jan. 12, 1895 
Jan. 11, 1897 


Apr. 


10, 


1904 


Mary A. Kinsella 


5 
(3 


233 


William M. Clewell 

Children 
Wesley Seymore 
Robert William 

742 


Dec. 28, 1857 

Oct. 25, 1888 
July 19, 1890 








iNIary K. Tibbals 


5 
ti 


Aug 
1349 


ustus S. Bishop 

Children 
Morris G. 
Ada C. 
Sarah Emily 
Henry D. 
Louisa A. 

743 


Aug. 19, 1S4G 

May 8, 1871 
May 2G, 1873 
Jan. 28, 1875 
Sept. 26. 1877 
June 30, 1879 








Caroline E. George 
Annie Musselman 


5 

Cr 


234 


Emil J. Bishop 

Child 
:\Iartha M. 

744 


Apr. 20, 1857 
May 7, 1885 








]Margaret E. Kautz 


5 
G 


235 


Orlando B. Desh 
No children 

745 


Sept. 30, 1843 








Marion E. Willets 


5 
G 


235 


William D. Desh 

Children 
Henry D. 
Robert J. 

746 


Feb. 14, 1^8 

Sept. 23, 1885 - 
Sept. 22, 1888 ~ 








E. C. Schoeuenberger 


5 
G 
G 


237 

1350 
1351 
1352 


Caroline Bless 

Children 
Evelyn J. 
Ellen A. 
Robert A. 
Flora 
Edward 

747 


Apr. 19, 1850 

May 26, 18G9 
Oct. 7. 1872 
May 11, 1879 
Oct. 23, 1881. 
June 20, 1884 


Jan. 


26, 


1883 


William H. Bless 

George W. Sherman 
George W. Cuft' 
Jeanette Fearn 


5 
G 
G 


Willi 
1353 


am H. Clewell 
Children 
Carrie E. 
George B. 
William A. 
Ruth J. 
WaiTen R. 
Lillian E. 


Aug. 3, 1852 

Aug. 17, 1881 
Aug. 31, 1886 
Jan. 27, 1893 
Nov. 28, 1896 
Aug. 13, 1898 
Dec. 5, 1900 


Apr. 
Apr. 


5. 
21, 


1897 
1899 


Alice Hendricks 
David Williams 



160 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 




748 










5 237 

G 

6 


George Clewell 

Child 
John 

749 


Nov. 3, 1856 
Mar. 1882 


May 


23, 1882 


Josephine Lerch 


5 237 

G 

6 


Curtis Clewell 

Children 
Nellie M. 
Mary J. 
Joseph R. 

750 


Mar. 29, 1858 

Aug. 30, 1882 
Sept. 22, 1884 
Sept. 24, 1888 






Annie Newbold 


5 238 
G 

6 1539 


Oliver D. Pearson 

Children 
Raleigh M. 
William J. 
Lottie M. 
Bernice 
Ella J 

751 


Feb. 9, 1843 

Apr. 27, 1868 
Apr. 27, 1872 
May 21, 1879 
July 3, 1882 
Oct. 23, 1884 


July 


27, 1800 


Valeria Trexler 
Effle Ourg 


5 238 
G 


Elmina V. Wilton 

Child 
Jennie B 

752 


Nov. 7, 1845 
June 11, ]885 






Edwin Wilton 


5 238 

G 

6 

1354 
1355 


Cornelia V. Schantz 

Children 
C. William 
Frank P. 
Howard B. 
Mattle F. 
Fred M. 
Lees J. 
Mary P. 
Lilian M. 
Evelyn 0. 

753 


Mar. 5, 1848 

Feb. 21, 1872 
May 9, 1875 
Dec. 18, 1878 
Nov. 2. 1880 
Apr. 27, 1882 
Jan. 29, 1884 
Apr. 2, 1886 
Oct. 21, 1891 
Aug. 20, 1893 


June 


9, 1875 


Benjamin F. Schantz 

Sallie Goranflo 
Lizzie Brick 


5 238 
G 

6 1356 


Mary McEntee 

Children 
Paul D. Pearson 
Thomas P. 
Edith M. 

754 


Nov. 13, 1852 

1872 

1885 
1895 






Thomas P. McEntee 
Nellie Morris 


5 238 
G 


Jennie E. Lees 
No children 


Dec. 7, 1800 






William Lees 



755 

5 238 Lawrence R. Reason 
G No children 



Dec. 31, 1807 



Lucetta Cuffel 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



161 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 




756 










5 240 


Emma L. Schneller 


May 7, 1858 






Henry B. Schneller 


G 

6 1357 


Children 
Herman J. 
Robert B. 
Charles H. 
Helen 0. 

757 


Feb. 4, 1882 
Mar. 30, 1883 
Nov. 30, 1887 
Jan. 25, 1892 


May 10, 1888 




Hattie Sensenbach 


5 241 


Annie (Rickert) Rice 


May 1, 1839 




I 


1. Charles Rickert 

2. Edwin Rice 


G 

6 1358 

1464 


Children (first husl);ina) 
Sarah Jane 
William 

Adalaide Emily 
Child (second husband) 
Robert Henry 

758 


Dec. 24, 1859 
18G1 
Aug. 8, 1865 

Jan. 14, 1883 






John H. Wilson 
Edward Chandler 


5 241 


Ellen M. (Weiser) Nolf 


Apr. 29, 1849 




{ 


1. William Weiser 

2. William Nolf 


G 

G 1359 


Child (first hnsband) 
William U. 

759 


Sei^t. 20, 






Ida Whitesell 


5 241 


Oliver B. Hinkle 


Jan. 29, 1856 






Carrie Stem 


G 
6 


Child 
Claire I. 

760 


July 3, 1881 








5 241 


Maria Keeler 


Apr. 28, 1843 






Henry Keeler 


G 

G 1360 

loei 


Children 
Stella M. 
Ella A. 
Charles W. 
Frank V. 

761 


May 4, 1868 
Nov. 18. 1873 
Dec. 16, 1875 
Feb. 11, 1885 


Apr. 23. 1S77 




Henry Blumenshine 
E. D. Melvin 


5 242 


Alfred J. Harwi 


Jan. 21, 1847 






Elizabeth Whitehead 


G 

6 1473 


Children 
Mabel C. 
Frank E. 

762 


Sept. 4. 1878 
Oct. 20, 1884 






H. P. Shedd 


5 242 


Edwin 0. Harwi 


Jan. 7, 1850 


Sept. 4, ino:! 




Emma Kemerer 


G 

G 

1472 


Children 
Myron L. 
Bertha 
Edwin 0. 

763 


Sept. 8. 1872 
Nov. 17, 1878 
May 24, 1891 






J. C. Thomas 


5 242 


Wilson H. Harwi 


Aug. 13, 1^58 






Ellen Frey 


G 

6 


Children 
Warren A. 
Wilson J. H. 
Merritt 0. 


Oct. 25, 1881 
Nov. 7, 1S88 
Aug. 4, 1890 









162 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 







764 










5 


243 


MUton C. Ritter 

Child 
Agues Matilda 

765 


June 27, 1857 
July 15, 1879 


Dec. 


24, 


1893 


3 
G 




243 


Oliver C. Ritter 

Children 
Dora Emelia 
^^'arreu John 
Robert Charles 
Florence Agnes 

766 


June 1, 18G1 

Oct. 17, 1882 
Sept. 22, 1886 
Dec. lU, J 888 
Nov. 24, 1898 


Aug. 


8, 


1905 


5 
G 



245 
13G2 


Alice D. Strasburger 

Children 
Frederick Steward 
Emma Eliza 
Elmira Therasia 
Alfred Ashton 
Charles Elmer 
Walter William 


Nov. 9, 1S5G 

Jan. 18, 187G 
Oct. 17, 1878 
May 28, 1880 
Nov. 30, 18S3 
Mar. 21, 1888 
Feb. 19, 18^2 


June 

Aug. 
Oct. 


9. 

1, 

30, 


, 1877 

1882 
18«8 



Ida Walter 



Elenora Roller 



Herman Strausburger 



Charles Umstead 



767 



5 


245 


Erwin J. Bruch 


Feb. 


12, 1859 






G 




Children 










G 




Florence Irene 


Oct. 


31, 1884 










Jennie Eliza 


Mar. 


12, 1886 


Aug. 8^ 


1886 






Girl 


ftlar. 


12, 1886 


Infancy 








Earl Ellsworth 


Mar. 


21, 1888 










Walter John 


Sept. 


20, 1890 


Nov. 20, 


1890 






Frederic Fillmore 


Feb. 


5, 1894 










Joseph Ashton 


Aug. 


17, 1895 


Feb. 16, 


1898 






Myra Adele 


June 


17, 1901 










768 










5 


245 


Carrie Irene Ilankey 


Jnly 


9, 1S6G 






G 




No children 











Emma E. Kremser 



Charles Hankey 



5 245 Elmer C. Bruch, M. D. 
G No children 

770 

5 246 John A. Hower 

G Child (first wife) 

G 13G3 Edward 

771 

5 246 Marcus J. flower 
G Child 

G Asher 



Dec. 22, 18G9 



May 22, 3882 



Margaret E. Keiper 



June 30, 1863 Apr. 14, 1903 ( 1. Annie Girard 

\ 2. Christiana Fenner 



Elsie Frey 



A 1)1-. 2.-. 1870 Sept. G. 1890 Estella Fenner 

Jan. 4, 1890 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



163 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



772 



5 


246 


Estella M. Olpp 


Apr. 3, 1873 








George Olpp 


G 




Child 

















Hazel May 
773 


Oct. 1, 1894 










5 


24G 


Robert E. Hower 


Apr. 19, 1876 








Emma Frey 


G 




Child 












C. 




Robert F. 

774 


Nov. 8, 1900 










5 


247 


Sanih E. Stuckey 


Oct. 31, 1845 








Christian Stuckey 


G 




Child 












G 




Charles H. 
775 


July 26, 18S4 


Aug. 


26, 


1884 




5 


249 


Clarence E. Crist 


Mar. 13, 1851 








Flora I. Rothrock 


G 




Children 












(J 




Elenora E. 
Caroline Louisa 
Frederick Clarence 


Nov. 30, 1883 
Aug. 7, 1§S5 
Mar. 26, 1887 














William Francis 


July 3, 1889 


Sept. 




1889 








Rodney Randall 


Aug. 9, 1890 


Aug. 


22 


1896 








Herbert Haman 


Aug. 28, 1892 














Edward Eugene 


Apr. 3, 1895 














Margaret Maria 


Aug. 24, 1898 














Paul Gary 


Dec. 28, 1900 














Flora Catharine 


Feb. 28, 1903 














776 












5 


249 


William C. Crist 


July 29, 1856 








Mattie A. Winkler 


G 




No children 

777 












5 


253 


^Margaret A. George 


Jan. 16, 1848 


Dec. 


11, 


1902 


John George 


G 




Children 












6 


1364 


William H. 


Sept. 28, 1867 


r; 


" 




Minnie B. Kolb 






John F. 


Oct. 26, 1873 


Feb. 


16, 


1874 








Clara May 


Oct. 2, 187« 


Dec. 


15, 


1880 






1540 


Flora H. 
778 


]Mar. 28, 1884 








George M. Hazelton 


5 


253 


John F. Clawell 


July 25, 1850 


May 


28, 


1894 


Mary Blier 


G 




Children 












6 


1365 


Katie Gertrude 


Dec. 17, 1872 








Philip Reilly 




1366 


Mary Elizabeth 


Sept. 27, 1874 








John McNerney 






John Francis 


Apr. 11, 1876 


Oct. 


IS, 


1879 








Walter Francis 


May 21, 1885 














779 












5 


253 


Daniel James Clawell 


Oct. 8, 1852 


1 






r 1. Annie Hunsteffer 
1 2. Otilia F. Gramlich 
















G 




Children (first wife) 














1367 


John G. 
Edward F. 
Children (second wife 


.Tuly 16, 1875 
Sept. 30, 1877 
) 








Minnie Hellings 




1368 


Clara 0. 
Carrie A. 


June 1, 1883 
June 10, 1889 








Edwin C. Bobbins 



164 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No, 


Names 


. Born 


Died 




Married to 






780 












5 


253 


William H. Clawell 


Aug. 26, 1856 








Clara L. Wentzel 


G 




Cliildreu 












6 




Joliu 

William H. Jr. 


May 29, 1883 
Nov. 18, 1888 


May 


11, 


1885 








Ed\\^in G. 


June 22, 1895 


Mar. 


31. 


1897 








Gorrell B. 


Oct. 31, 1897 














781 












.") 


2.")o 


Hannah Lxigar 


Sept. 10, 1859 


Jan. 


9, 


1884 


Harry R. Lugar 


G 




Children 












G 




Harry 


Nov. 5. 1880 














Clara May 


Dec. IS. 1883 


Oct. 


24, 


1892 








782 












5 


25S 


Laura L. Albright 


July 24, 1870 








Herbert A. Alltright 


G 




Children 












6 




Helen M. 
Edith E. 

783 


Dec. 23, 1892 
Oct. 6, 1894 










5 


200 


S. Charles F. Clewell 


Mar. 22, 1881 








Rosa Shoemaker 


G 




Children 












6 




Herman E. 


Dec. 1. 1902 














Daniel Arthur 


June 1, 1904 


July 


24, 


1904 








784 












5 


261 


Laura M. Dalzell 


Sept. 20, 1852 


Mar. 


9, 


1880 


J. Allen Dalzell 


G 




No children 

785 












5 


261 


Ellen P. Riege 


June 29, 1858 








C. A. G. Riege 


G 

(> 




Children 
Archer G. 


Apr. 2. 1882 














Allan D. 


June 25. 1884 


Apr. 


4, 


1888 








786 












5 


261 


.li'cher A. Clowes 


Mar. 23, 1861 


Dec. 


30, 


, 1888 


Ida L. Harmstad 


G 




Children 
(ieorge A. 
Laura Marian 
Emma Louisa 

787 


Oct. 5. 1886 
Dec. 27. 1887 
Dec. 14, 1888 










5 


262 


Helen C. "Sloxer 


May 22, 1872 








James T. Moyer 


(i 




Children 
Allan C. 
.Tames T. 

788 


June 26, 1893 
Apr. 24, 1896 










r. 

<; 
(i 


2f>;', 


Ellen E. Andrews 

Children 
Clara L. 


May 30, 1854 
Sept. 5. 1874 


May 


9, 


1898 


Joseph Andrews 




^?,m 


.Tames I\ 


Nov. 2, 1875 








Emma Repsher 




1870 


Annie 


Dec. 22, 1878 








William Lilly 




1547 


Clinton H. 


July 2. 1880 








Ida Fehnel 






Elni;i V. 


Dec. 22, T«82 


Apr. 


4. 


1892 








^rartha 


Feb. 17, ISaS 














Calvin J. 


Mar. 1885 


July 




1885 





THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



165 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



789 

5 2(.>3 Sarah C. Abel 
G Children 

C. lyil Anna A. 

Frauliliu l^J. 

Howard E. 

790 

5 203 Eugene Gold 
G Child 

6 Howard Eugene 

791 

5 204 Eugene W. Stocker 



Mar. 2, 1857 

Dec. 9, 1S85 
Jan. 15, 1889 
Mar. 17, 1890 



Oct. 18, 1871 
June 13, 1904 

Apr. 20, 1855 



G Children 

Daisy Olevia Sept. 25, 1881 

1497 William Franklin Aug. 20, 1883 

Henry Emelius Mar. 23, 1885 

No childi-en with second wife 



792 

5 2G4 J. Martha Peisert 
G Child 

Detitia A. 



Aug. 27, 1802 
Jan. 12, 1890 



793 

5 204 Charles A. Stocker 

G Cliiklren 

l>ank Emelius 

Catharine Angelica 
David Valentine 
Carrie Naomie 
Freddie Peter 
Paul Uhler 
Emma Henrietta 
Son 

794 

5 204 Mary C. Voigt 
G Child 

Marie A. 

795 

5 204 George D. Stocker 
G Children 

6 Ralph E. 
Chester G. 

796 

5 205 Catharine E. Uhler 

G Chiklren 

Gertrude MLnerva 

William Richard 

Clayton G. 

Florence 

Walter 

Warren 



Aug. 8, 

May 12, 
July 25, 
Dec. 15, 

Aug. 0, 
Nov. 23, 
Nov. 22, 
Nov. 0, 
Nov. 0, 



1804 

1892 
1894 
1895 
1897 
1898 
1900 
1902 
1902 



May 29, 1800 

Sept 9, 1897 

Apr. 20, 1870 

May 20, 1896 

Nov. 9, 1898 

June 27, 1859 

Feb. 14, 1879 

July 12, 1880 

Apr. 24, 1882 

Apr. 10, 1888 

Jan. 9, 1S92 

Jan. 9, 1892 



Mar. 4, 1892 



Zachariah Abel 
Wilfred R. Menimert 



Gertie Michael 



1. Henrietta Bush 

2. Matilda Heinlein 



Jennie M. Resh 



.Tames Peisert 



Olivia Uhler 



Mar. 18, 1895 
May 12, 1899 
Infancy 



Albin Voigt 



Mary A. Becker 



Madison V. Uhler 



166 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 




797 




5 2V,-, 


otto A. Sehmickle 


Aug. 24, ISGl 


G 


Children 




6 


Eds^ar 


July 31, 18S1 


it;so 


Habel 


xMar. 12, 1884 




Raymond 


Mar. 18, 1887 


1087 


Florence 


INIay J). 1800 




Frederic 


Dec. 28, 1893 




Charles 


May 3, 1895 




Helen 


Nov. 11, 1897 



Died 



Married to 



Aravesta Howell 

Clarrissa Riegel 
Howard Yeislej' 

Thonia.s M. Burley 



798 



f) 


265 Roliert H. Schmickle 


Oct 


8, 1863 




G 


Children 











Edith Mildred 


Nov. 


13. 1888 


Aug. 5, 1889 




Helen 


Mar. 


24. 1891 





Adella W. Schooly 



799 

5 265 William M. Schmickle 
G No Children 



Jan. 5, 1860 



Annie John*^on 



265 



800 

Alice L. Lerch 

Children 
Williard C. 
Clarence W. 
Robert 



Dec. 27, 1868 

Jan. 20. 1892 

Apr. 14, 1897 

Nov. 16, 1900 



Apr. 15, 1895 



Clemence J. Lerch 



801 

5 265 Charles F. Schmickle 
G Children 

6 Lucile 
AVilliam Andrew 



Aug. 3, 1870 

Mar. 25, 1899 
Apr. 8, 1902 



Minerva Dennis 



802 

5 265 Annie C. Beitel 
G Childrden 

6 Hilda E. 



Nov. 20. 1872 
Aug. 1(), 1901 



Clemence F. Beitel 



266 



803 

Laura L. Adams 

Childi-eu 
Ravmond G. 
Holen A. 
Miriam E. 



July 17. 1866 

Feb. 2(^ 1892 

May 24, 1894 

July 20. 1899 



Thomas H. Adams 



804 

26() Hoi-taiisia E. Seyfried 
Child 
Emily C. 



Dec. 8. 1867 
Oct. 22, 1900 



Carl H. Seyfried 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY, 



167 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Died 



Married to 



457 
286 



805 

Charles W. Loux 
Helen A. Loux 
Children 
E'rances Willard 
Neal Dow 
Wendell Phillips 
Anna Rhoda 
William Giersch 
Madeline Esther 
David Trein 



Dec. 4, 1S6S 
Apr. 10, 1870 

July 21, 1894 
NOY. 6. 1895 
June 13, 1897 
Nov. 8, 1899 
Sept. 17, 1901 
Feb. 3, 1905 
Mar. 30, 1907 



Helen A. Giersch 
Charles W. Loux 



806 

5 26G Madora 0. Siegfried Apr. 10, 1872 

G For her family see (521) 



Robert L. Siegfried 



807 

5 2G6 Anna E. Merges 
G Children 

6 Catharine E. 
Francis A. 



Oct. 25. 1876 



Jan. 29, 1904 
Oct. 22. 1905 



Francis C. Merges 



808 

5 266 Mabel A. Knauss 
G Children 

6 Martha Catharine 



5 268 
G 



268 



809 

Edward W. Colver 

Children 
Clyde W. 
Helen 
Bessie M. 
Joseph L. 
Mary L. 
Ellwood E. 
Nellie G. 
Raymond S. 

810 

Albert J. Colver 

Childi-en 
Steward R. 
Helen C. 
Paul W. 



811 

5 268 Emma L. Itterly 
G Children 

6 Clarence A. 
Elsie J. 
Ida M. 



Aug. IS, 1881 
July 15, 1905 

Apr. 14, 1869 



Feb. 


5. 


1891 


Mar. 


4, 


1892 


Nov. 


5, 


1894 


June 


5. 


1896 


June 


26. 


1897 


Aug. 


26. 


1898 


Dec. 


29. 


1900 


June 


22. 


, 1902 


Aug. 


16, 


1871 


Jan. 


28; 


1897 


Sept. 


4. 


1900 


May 


9,. 


1905 


June 


14, 


1873 


Jan. 


8, 


1893 


Feb. 


13, 


1896 


Oct. 


6, 


1905 



Charles J. Knauss 



Amanda Hanshue 



Annie Rodenbach 



Aaron Itterly 



168 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



812 



5 


2GS Annie 0. Breidinger 


Oct. 


16, 


1SS5 


G 


Children 








(; 


Paul D. 


Jan. 


27. 


19U4 




Mary S. 


Dec. 


11, 


190t5 



Edward D. Breidinger 



813 

5 209 Franklin B. Steiner 
G Child 

G 1020 Harry 



Sept. 17, 1836 
Sept. 30, 18G0 



:Mar. IS, 186v 



Augusta E. Bauer 
Mary C. Kohl 



814 

5 269 Tilghman S. P. Steiner Feb. 19, 1843 

G Children (second wife) 

(J Beatus Sept. 15, 1807 

Clarinda A. June 7, 1869 

1372 Daisy L. Dec. 27, 1871 
Parker A. Jan. 17, 1875 

1373 Clinton C. Mar. 21, 1876 

1374 Mary E. Dec. 10, 1877 

1375 Edward P. Sept. 27, 1879 
1370 Salome J. Sept. 13, 1881 

No children with his first wife. 



Infancy 
May 21, 1872 

May 1, 1875 



June 5, 1905 



1. Louisa L. Giersch 

2. Maria L. Gross 



William Kinney 

Alberta Miilei 
John Rickenbach 
Lizzie Graffin 
Edgar Kiierr 



815 



5 270 


Benjamin F. Beitel 


July 17, 1844 


G 


Childi-en 




G 1377 


Ellsworth G. 


Sept. 20, 1868 




Alonza F. 


June 19, 1870 


1378 


Clarence L. 


Sept. 8, 1873 


1379 


Addie A. 


Jan. 20, 1876 




Frank W. 


Nov 12, 1878 




Fred B. 


Dec. 5, 188^ 




Henry H. 


Jan. 4, 1882 




Sadie J. 


Aug. 6, 18&1 




Rosella 


Oct. 6, 1886 




Mellie T. 


Oct. 13, 1888 




Can-ie E. 


Sept. 27, 1891 Feb. 20, 1897 




816 




5 270 


James A. Beitel 


Nov. 15, 1848 


G 


Children 




1492 


Lizzie A. 


Oct. 16, 1872 


1380 


Annie Loretta 


Oct. 4. 1875 


1493 


James E. 


June 9. 1877 


1381 


Florence M. 


Sept. 9, 1880 


1494 


J. William 


Dec. 15. 1882 


1495 


Mellie H. 


May 27. 1885 




Bertha G. 


Oct. 5. 1887 Oct. 5, 1889 




Granville A. 


Sept. 3. 1.S90 




Charles H. 


Aug. 7, 1894 



Josephine Miksch 

^Minnie Knoiise 

Lizzie Umlandt 
Edward E. Rehmel 



Susan Meyers 

Adolf Kunz 
Orrin Butler 
Minnie Haer 
James Golden 
Sylvia ]\retz 
Charles Ries 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



169 



Gen. No. Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 


817 












5 270 Granville A. Beitel 


Mar. 28, 1850 








Mai-y J. Sparks 


G Children 












U 1382 Wiliuuu L. 


Sept. 27, 1871 








Anna Stuber 


1588 Emma V. 


Feb. 3, 1873 








Benjamin F. Ilomig 


1383 Alice A. 


Oct. 19, 1874 








Harvey S. McCue 


1384 Harry H. 


June 2, 1876 








Pearl Sparks 


1885 Charles LeRoy 


July 18, 1878 








Agnes Stewart 


1386 Robert B. 


Feb. 28, 1880 








Angle Baker 


1387 Oliver P. 


Jan. 22, 1882 








Elizabeth 0. Stewart 


Adella Gertrude 


i\ov. 9, 1S83 










Marion K. 


Mar. 30, 1885 


Aug. 


IT, 


1885 




Herman G. 


Nov. 4, 1886 










818 












5 270 Heury H. Oppelt 


Mar. 20, 1856 








Meeto M. Rehmel 


G Children 












G Jesse H. 


Oct. 24, nS79 










1388 Francis O. 


May 28, 1883 








Ethel Kiudelliter 


819 












5 270 Marietta C. Wheland 


Sept. 13, 1864 








John M. Wheland 


G Child 












6 Clara A. 


Aug. 31, 1889 










820 












5 271 Miaria S. Schiffer 


Oct. 7, 1842 


Sept. 


23, 


1869 


John Schiffer 


G Children 












G Laura F. 


Feb. 21, 1865 


Jan. 


23, 


1871 




George J. 


Nov 6, 1866 


July 


18, 


1869 




821 












5 273 James L. Hess 


Dec. 9, 1842 








Mahala Deitterich 


G Children 












6 Stephen M. 


July 3, 1873 


Dec. 


14, 


1891 




1389 E. Treas 


Nov. 10, 1875 








Margaret Savitts 


Emma E. 


Jan. 9, 1877 










1688 Harry E. 


Feb. 9,, 1881 








Maud Jones 


1689 Maud M. 


July 23. 1882 








Philip Swansberry 


Bessie 


Oct. 25, 1884 










Fred 


Oct. 25, 1887 










Franklin 


July 28, 1891 










822 












5 273 Edwin Charles Hess 


July 18, x844 








Mary A. Garis 


G Children 












6 1690 Helen Aurelia 


May 24, 1867 








Charles Stewart 


Harry 


May 2. 1869 


July 


16. 


1869 




Samuel Garis 


Sept. 1871 








Fanny Dare 


1390 May 


Nov. 30, 1874 








Charles Giebler 


Thomas Fredrick 


Mar. 1877 










1391 Susan Maria 


Aug. 6, 1879 








Samuel Ash 


1392 William Edwin 


Feb. 21, 1881 








Rosa ;Markey 


George Cohen 


Jan. 6. 1885 










Henry Bentley 


Jan. 6, 1887 











170 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






823 










5 
G 


273 


Silas D. Hess 
No children 

824 


Sept. 14. 1S4G 


Oct. 9, 


18G8 


Sarah Benward 


5 
G 


2t;i 


Emma E. Simpson 

Children 
Stephen G. 
ITrank ^\. 

825 


May 20, 1849 

May 4, 1874 
Mar. 20, ISSG 






Joseph B. Simpson 


G 


273 
3394 


M^iry E. Riedy 

Children 
Ida M. 
Roy W. 
Grace M. 
Florence H. 
Ruth V. 
Mary L. 

826 


Nov. G, 1852 

July 5, 18G8 
Oct. 13, 1S74 
Oct. 31, 1879 
May 22. 1882 
Jan. 25, 1889 
Aug. 8, 1891 


.Tan. 7. 


1889 


Benjamin Riedy 

.lame*s V. Beigler 
J. Russel White 


5 
G 



273 


Clark F. Hess 

Child 
Florence 

827 


Dec. 31, 185G 
Aug. 2, 1883 






Rebecca H. Collins 


5 
G 
G 


274 

1395 
139G 


Sarah E. Cronmiller 

Children 
Flora A. 
Bella E. 

828 


Mar. 11, 1852 

June 29, 1874 
Dec. 5, 1881 






Rudolph Cronmiller 

Daniel B. Bates 
^\■liliam A. Jones 


5 


274 


George A. Transue 


July 15, 18G1 






Belle F. Reynolds 



G Children 

Edward 
George A. 
Beata 
A. Rudolph 
William R. 

829 

5 275 Mary E. Althouse 
G Child 

6 1397 Carrie H. 

830 



Mar. 27, 1884 

July 9, 189U Apr. 8, 1891 

Mar. 29, 1894 Apr. 19, 1894 

Apr. 21, 1896 

Dec. 23, 1897 



Sept. 7, 1855 Dec. 22. 1877 
•July 9, 1876 



5 


275 Cora O. Odenwelder 


Aug. 18, 


1857 


G 


Children 






6 


Russell C. 


Dec. 12. 


18S1 




John M. Jr. 


May 27, 


188G 




Grace H. 


Sept. IG. 


1889 




Ruth H. 


Sept. Ki, 


1889 




Paul L. 


June 14, 


1892 



^Monroe A. Althouse 
Robert Rimpson 



John M. Odenwelder 



THE OLEWELL FAMILY. 



171 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Btora 



Died 



Married to 



831 



5 275 Ferdinand Herbst 
G Child 

G Beatus 



July 29, 1859 



Jan. 27, 1893 Sarali Faust 



832 



5 275 John W. Sweitzer 


Dec. 14, 1872 


G Childi-en 




6 Edna M. 


May 30, 1892 


Esther H. 


Sept. 12, 1894 


Hany 


Feb. 17. 1900 


Leon Reginaldo 





Infancy, 



Gora Kirkendall 



833 

5 27G Lucy E. Dechant 
G No Children 



Jan 19. 1861 



Calvin M. Dechant 



834 



5 277 


Olevia Clifford 


May 2, 1842 


G 


Children 




G 1398 


Oliver Charles 


Feb. 4, 1870 




Rosalie O. 


Apr. 10, 1872 


1399 


Raymond A. 


Dec. 24, 1873 




A. Bertram 


Dec. 5, 1875 



Charles Clifford 
Jennie R. Coltnmn 
Mabel Williams 



835 



5 277 


Anna M. Lamb 


Nov. 17. 1843 


G 


Children 




G 1G91 


Bessie E. 


Feb. 28, 187G 


1C>92 


Florence O. 


June 4, 1877 




A. Marie 


Jan. 3, 1882 



Orris T. Lamb 



W. C. Shipnes 
S. C. Paterson 



836 

5 277 Ellen L. Miller 
G Childi-en 

G 1400 Fred J. 

Infant 

Robert M. 

Williard H. 
1401 William R. 

Carrie E. 

Svdney L. 
1G93 Lucila M. 



Jan. 



1847 



Dec. 8, 18G8 
Jan. 7, 1871 
Jan. 1, 1872 
Mar. 20, 1873 
Mar. 6, 1875 
Jan. 24, 1877 
Apr. 5, 1885 
Nov. 3, 188G 



Jan. 27, 1871 
Feb. 1. 1872 
Aug. 24, 1874 

:Mar. 23, 1882 



Samuel H. Miller 
Harriet L. Funck 



Mai'v B. Williams 



Howard Shimer 



837 

5 277 Carrie E. Sohneebeli 
G Children 

6 1402 Ellis C. 

Louis Ferdinand 



July 14, 1851 



Oct. 6. 1879 
May 13, 1892 



Feb. 13, 1S9G 



Hon. G. A. Schneebeli 
Amalie Streitberger 



172 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. No. 



Names 



838 



Born 



5 2' 


77 Emma E. Shelhart 


July 


7, 


18U1 


G 

U 


Children 
Maida A. 
Joyce iM. 
Faith I. 


Apr. 
l>e.-. 
July 


8, 
24, 


issa 

1S87 
1889 




Dwight H. 


Jan. 


1, 


1901 




839 








r. 2' 


77 Alice M. Miller 


July 


7^ 


18G1 


G 


Child 
Alfred F. 


Apr. 


19, 


1902 



Died 



Married to 



W. A. Shelhart 



Milton Miller 



840 

5 279 Clara Amelia Allen 
G Children 

G Maude Genevieve 

Paul Edward 



Dec. 14, 1854 Aug. 17, 1893 Alfred ^^'. Allen 

Jan. 7, 1881 
Aug. 8, 1893 



841 

5 279 Minnie H. Loomis 
G Children 

G Florence Estella 

Walter Henry 

842 

5 279 Edward C. Neidlinger 
G No Childi-en 



843 

281 George P. Clewell 
Children 
Letha May 
Alexander Hamilton 



844 

281 William H. Clewell 
Children 
William Paul 
Opal 
Edith Bishop 

845 

281 Carrie E. Clester 
Children 
Ruth E. 
Orval W. 
Samuel Alexander 



846 

5 282 John S. Krause 
G Children 

G Jessie Eloise 

Frances Agusta 



June 2, 1860 



Dec. 1, 1888 

Feb. 8. 181)2 Oct. 25, 1900 



Oct. 21, 18G7 



Jan. 27, 1801 



Nov. 30, 1900 
Sept. IG, 1904 



Apr. 11, 18(50 

Feb. 23, 1900 
:\rar. 21, 1903 
June 30, 1905 



June 3, 1868 

Jan. 17, 1896 
Jan. 11.' 1899 
Mav 2, 1903 



Nov. 25, 1857 



Dec. 10. 1897 
Dec. 22, 1904 



Apr. 21, 1903 



Herbert C. Loomis 



Ida Warwick 



Caroline Hamilton 



Carrie 'SI. Bishop 



William Clester 



Mary ]Moore 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



173 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



847 



5 


282 Clara A. Skinner 


Apr. 


28, 


1872 


G 


Children 








G 


Louise J\r. 


July 


IS, 


1900 




James Henry 


Feb. 


22 


1905 



John Skinner 



848 

5 238 R. Paul Stout 
G Children 

6 Robert P. 
Frank W. 



Apr. 1, 1869 

Apr. 2(i, 1895 
July 15, 1899 



Emma Wolle 



849 

5 284 Rev. Robert E. Clewell Jan. 30, 1871 
G Children 

6 Edgar Lewis July 22, 1896 
Margaret Gille Aug. 31, 1900 



Maimie Gille 



850 

5 285 Lucius E. Ricksecker 

G Children 

6 1403 Alice M. 

1532 Harry Edmund 
1404 Laura Elizabeth 

Children (second wife) 

Edmiind A. 

Helen P. 

Clarence A. 

Nettie O. 



Jan. 14, 1841 



Mar. 12, 1862 
May 30, 1864 
Mar. 11. 1867 

Jan. 6, 1882 

Jan. 9, 1884 

Oct. 13, 1885 

Mar. 10, 1893 



Apr. 28, 1893 



1. Sabina Weaver 

2. H. E. McFarland 

Dexter P.. Sheldon 
Leona AVilson 
Milton Schmickly 



851 



5 


285 


Leonora A. 


Ricksecker 


Jan. 


4, 1849 


G 




Children 








6 


1405 


Alfred E. 




Dec. 


10, 1869 






Robert A. 




Dec. 


29, 1871 






Francis B. 




Feb. 


16, 1884 






Paul E. 




Apr. 


11, 1886 






852 








5 


280 


Charles B. 


Wolle 


July 


18, 1848 


G 




Children 








6 


1406 


Joseph A. 




Nov. 


S. 1874 






Esther E. 




Dee. 


1877 






853 








5 


286 


Robert N. 


Wolle 


July 


1. 1850 


G 




Children 








6 




Nathaniel 


N. 


July 


1, 1881 






Theodore R. 


Apr. 


28, 1886 



Rev. Jos. Ricksecker 
Anna B. Waggoner 



M. B. Hondel 
Rebecca C. DaAvson 



Alice S. Reist 



174 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



854 



5 


289 Ella S. Caughey 


Apr. 


15, 


1857 


G 


CliilcU-en 








6 


May Elizabeth 


Apr. 


15, 


1883 




Reed John 


Nov. 


26, 


1884 




Katrina M. Brandes 


Mar. 


25, 


1887 




Dorothy R. Carroll 


Apr. 


9, 


1888 




John Robert 


June 


21, 


1889 




Elisabeth A. Ingram 


Oct. 


19, 


1891 




Andrew 


Nov. 


6. 


1893 




Sarah Reed 


Dec. 


22, 


1896 




855 








5 


2Sy Carrie L. Thomson 


Oct. 


5, 


1869 


G 


Children 








6 


Ethel Clewell 


Aug. 


5. 


1886 




Robert Derringer 


Oct. 


27, 


1887 




Phillip Leslie 


May 


23, 


1890 




Jean Margret 


June 


12, 


1891 




Earl Kenneth 


Jan. 


7, 


1893 




Glenn Edwin 


Nov. 


6. 


1896 




Mar.iorie May 


Sept. 


17, 


1897 



856 

5 289 Frank D. Shouse 
G Child 

6 Robert 



July 10, 1872 
Oct. 1898 



Reed M. Caughey 



W. P. Thomson 



Laura Saudey 



857 

290 Lvdia A. Faulkner 
Children 
Mary L. 
James W. 
1407 Phelie F. 
Charles C. 
Bertha M. 
Robert C. 
Henry F. 



291 



858 

Leyddie A. 

Child 
George M. 



859 

291 Charles F. Clewell 
Children 
Maggie 
Eddie 



860 

5 291 Edward L. Clewell 
G Child 

6 Roy 



May 28, 1857 

Sept. 23, 1878 

Jan. 30, 1880 

Jan. 22, 1882 

Nov. 22, 1884 

Jan. 13, 1886 

Nov. 11, 1887 

Nov. 22, 1889 



Ephraim Faulkner 



Timothy Black 



Nov. 25, 



Sterson Jan. 4, 1851 Mar. 28, 1870 Charles W. Sterson 

Oct. 14, 1868 



Oct. 30, 1852 



Mar. 11, 189S 
Aug. 6, 1902 



Aug. 28, 1859 
Apr. 8, 1904 



Kate McGee 



Elizabeth Salathiel 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



175 



Gon. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






861 












5 
G 


291 
1408 


Elizabeth E. Jones 

Chiidi-en 
Sarah 
Charles 
IMae 
Golda 
Clarence 
Clyde 
Guy 

862 


June 11, 1862 

Apr. 19, 1882 
Aug. 9, 1884 
Dec. 17, 188G 
July 20, 1889 
Mar. 5, 1892 
Apr. 21, 1895 
Feb. 13, 1898 


Oct. 


25, 


1899 


H. Brad Jones 
William Hutchens 


5 

G 
6 


291 


Mary M. Mace 

Children 
Maude J. 
Jennie M. 
Nora E. 
Arnieda M. 
Frank A. 
Opal A. 
Malinda E. 
Pearl M. 

863 


May 3, 1867 

July 17, 1888 
July 17, 1888 
June 24, 1890 
Jan. 23, 1893 
Oct. 24, 1894 
Nov. 22, 1897 
July 31. 1901 
June 1, 1905 


Apr. 
June 


1, 
30, 


1894 
1893 


Alonzo Mace 


5 
G 
6 


291 


Hannah R. James 

Childi-en 
Edward 
Jesse 

864 


June 33, 1869 

Oct. 21. 1891 
Mar. 4, 1893 








Elmer James 


5 
G 
6 


291 


Missouri A. Furgeson 

Children 
Delia 
Evert 
Gladys 

865 


Apr. 27, 1872 

Aug. 4, 1803 
Mar. 12, 1897 
May 8, 1903 








Elmer Furgeson 


5 
G 

6 


293 

1409 
1410 


Sarah B. Jones 

Children 
Dora D. 
Ruth A. 
Edna R. 

866 


Apr. 21, 1851 

:\rar. 22. 1870 
Oct. 4. 1877 
Oct. IS, 1893 








Nelson Jones 

G. W. Eliott 
C. L. Hickman 


5 
G 
6 


293 


George W. Doss 

Children 
Laura E. 
Franklin M. 

867 


Apr. 5, 1855 

Apr. 13. 1884 
June 20, 1888 


Dec. 


20, 


1890 


Emily Conn 


5 
G 
6 


293 


Lydia Roach 

Cliildren 
George S. 
Gertrude D. 


:Mar. 27, 1858 

Aug. 28, 1881 
June 4, 1885 








Peter H. Roach 



176 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 







868 












5 


293 


Austin D. 


Doss 


Oct. 6, 1860 








G 




Children 












6 




A. Don 
G. Mabel 
Ruby V. 
R. Earl 
J. Dewey 

869 




Aug. 20, 1888 
Dec. 11, 1890 
Mar. 7, 1893 
June 23, 1895 
July 18, 1897 








5 


294 


Lydia Osboiu-n 


Nov. 21, 18G5 








G 




Children 










6 




Leslie Wilbur 


Aug. 27, 1887 












Ida May 




Apr. 14, 1889 












Bertha 




May 3. 1891 












Beatus 




Aug. 16, 1893 


Aug. 


16, 


1893 






Mamie 




July 22, 1895 












Josephus 


Benjamin 


Sept. 19, 1897 












Luella 




Sept. 2, 1899 












Milton C. 




Mar. 9. 1902 












Beatiis 




Nov. 24, 1904 


Nov. 


24, 


1904 






870 












5 


295 


Elmira C. 


De Vore 


Apr. 10, 1881 


Dec. 


12, 


1903 



Martha E. Nebergall 



Asail W. Osbou'ra 



William DeVore 



871 

5 297 Robert P. Vogenitz, Jr. 
G Children 

6 Justin 
Chauncey 



Deceased 



872 

5 299 Lorin Vogenitz 
G Child 

6 Henrietta 

873 

5 299 Russell Vogenitz 
G Childi-en 

6 Mabel 
Lorena 



874 

5 300 Matilda Miller 
G Children 

6 1411 Kate J. 
1412 William C. 

Annie E. 
Leila E. I. 



Nov. 23, 1849 Sept. 11, 1888 George Miller 



Feb. 26, 1871 

Apr. 9. 1873 
May 1875 

Jan. 16, 1882 



Apr. 



1876 



William II. Koch 
Annie Burns 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



177 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



875 



5 


300 


Eleuora Vaux 


Mar. 13, 


1855 


G 




Children 











Harry 


May 30, 


1883 






Florida 


June 23, 


1886 






Charles 


Dec. 22, 


1890 






Ursula 


Mar. 21, 


1893 






Annie 


. Oct. 23, 


1898 






Ella 










John 










876 






5 


spo 


Edwin J. G. Clavelt 


Feb. 20. 


ISGO 


G 




Children (tirst wife) 






6 




Ma Del 
Elsie 
Annie 
Ailen 







Aug. 27. 1899 



Charles Vaux 



1. Ella Leibensberger 

2. Emma Schantz 



877 

300 Flora Sehultz 

Has children, but we 



AY ere unal^le to get further inform; 



Lewis Schultz 
ition. 



878 

5 300 Joseph Wm. Clavelt 
G Children 

6 Joseph William 
Miriam Amelia 
Caroline Kate 
Helen Evelyn 
John B. 



Aug. 20, 1865 

Dec. 19, 1887 

Dec. 20, 1889 

Feb. 1, 1S91 Mar. 12, 1805 

Mar. 17, 1893 

Apr. 9, 1895 



Justina Bittins 



879 

5 301 Levereen S. Fryer 
G No children 



Dec. 9, 1866 



Benjamin Fryer 



880 



5 


301 William J. Clewell 


Feb. 16, 1874 


G 


Child 




6 


Helen M. 


Oct. 28, 1897 



Mamie A. Roth 



881 

5 302 Emma F. Wilson 
G Children 



(5 1113 May Elizabeth 
Thomas Bird 


•luly 
Apr. 


17, 
20, 


1877 
1890 


882 








5 304 Charles C. Kellar 
G Child 

6 Mary B. 


Jan. 
July 


28, 
27. 


1SG9 
1897 



Thomas Wilson 
Charles Bortz 



Molly Everett 



178 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gei: 


1. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






883 








5 
G 

G 


o08 


("oiii A. Knitert 

Children 
George H. 
Howard A. 

884 


May I, ISGO 

Aug. 21, 1886 
Apr. 28, 1803 




Norman J. Rupert 


5 
G 
G 


308 


Charlotte M. Ayres 
Children 
Thomas J. 
Walter 

885 


Oct. 1.3, 18(;2 

May 11, 1890 
Mar. 19, 3892 




George Ayres 


5 
G 
6 


308 


Clarence O. Miksch 

Children 
Sherman Lloyd 
Glenn Eugene 

886 


June 8, 1872 

Dec. 3, 1900 
June 1, 1903 




Anna C. Gutensohn 


5 
G 
6 


308 


Franklin E. Miksch 

ChUd 
Henry Hugo 

887 


Oct. 10. 1874 
Sept. 19, 1902 




• Mittie M. Harding 


5 
G 
G 


309 
1414 


Addie Phelps 

Cliildren 
IV ins 
William 
Gladys 


Apr. 6, 1852 

May 7, 1880 
May 7, 1884 
June 3, 1889 


May 15, 1880 


Alfred Phelps 
Cornelia Bollard 



888 

5 310 George W. Miksch 
G Children 



Apr. 3, 1870 



6 


Lloyd G. 


Jan. 


2, 1902 




:\Iaynard S. 


Aug. 


7, 1904 




889 






5 


310 Susie E. Brantner 


Dec. 


3, 1871 


G 


Children 






G 


Elnia H. 


Nov. 


1. 1895 




Homer L. 


June 


19, 1898 




Eva B. 


May 


28, 1900 




Leota M. 


Oct. 


4, 1903 




890 






.-, 


31(» Itla M. Briles 


Apr. 


5, 1873 


G 


Children 






<> 


Mary E. 


Nov. 


10, 1892 




Felix 


Mar. 


9, 1894 




Oretta :M. 


Oct. 


22, 1895 




ivooert 


July 


6. 1897 




Pearly F. 


May 


30, 1899 




Marceiies 




1902 




Theodore 




1904 



Dora A. Snyder 



Samuel Brantner 



Robert A. Briles 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



179 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



891 



5 


310 


Erenia C. Morris 


Dec. 1, 1874 


G 




Cliild 




6 




Ricliard A. 

892 


Dec 1, 1896 


5 


311 


Lola A. Sutton 


Aug. 31, 1868 


G 




Children 




(j 




Elizabeth M. 


Oct. 31, 1896 






George 


May 16, 1900 






David 


Feb. 26, 1900 






Dorothy 


July 23, 1901 






893 




5 


312 


Kate Doty 


Aug. 28, 1868 


G 




Children 




G 




Russell F. 


Sept. 16, 1894 






Marian E. 


Sept. 25, 1896 






894 




5 
G 


31G 


INIalinda Frey 
Children 


Jan. 1857 


G 




Harry 


Sept. 6, 1878 






William 


Oct. 22, 1880 






Martin 


Oct. 13, 1882 






S^lsan 


Aug. 17, 1885 






John 


Mar. 6, 1890 






Edwin 


Feb. 22, 1892 






895 




5 


316 


Mary C. (Buneher) Keat 


June 18, 1861 


G 




Children (1st husband) 




6 




Wilson F. 


June 19, 1881 






Lulu E. 


Mar. 22, 1885 






Elsie M. 


June 22, 1889 






With second husband 








Orpha M. 


Apr. 10, 1895 






896 




5 


31G 


Emma Menhennitt 




G 




Child 




6 




Lucy J. 
897 


Apr. 27, 1887 


5 


316 


John Marsch 


Nov. 9, 1866 


G 




Children 




(') 




Frank E. 


Sept. 30, 1888 






William H. 


Oct. 22. 1890 






George D. 


Feb. 27, 1896 






898 




.-) 


318 


Rev. William H. Fehr 


Apr. 2, 1874 


G 




Children 




6 




Marguerite Agnes 


July 31. 1898 






Emma Caroline 


May 14, 1901 






Ethel Dorothy 


Sept. 24. 1903 






Joseph William 


Oct. 2, 1905 



Nov. 1, 1S9G 



Apr, 



1900 



Oscar J. Morris 



H. T. Sutton 



Garrett W. Doty 



Edwin Frey 



1. Frank Buneher 

2. Robert Keat 



Samuel Menhennitt 



Emma Bachman 



Lydia C. Rohn 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



899 

Anson C. Fehr 

Child 
Florence Hoffman 



Died 



Sept. 3, 1875 
Oct. 1, 1899 



Married to 



Lizzie A. Hoffman 



319 



900 

Clara C. Reichley 

Children 
John Albert 
Christian Frederic 
Lucy May 
Margaret Charlotte 
Anna Marie 
Clara Celesta 



Mar. 23, 1878 

July 17, 1895 

Apr. 3. 1,S97 

Feb. 10. 1900 

Nov. 5. 1901 

Aug. 16, 1903 

Mar. 23, 1905 



T. Oscar Reichley 



901 

Hattie E. Suess 

Children 
Marie Louisa 
Richard Volkmai 
Edith May 



July 26, 1S80 

Feb. 14, 1898 

April 5, 1900 June 15, 1906 

July 4, 1902 Aug. 17, 1903 



Max Suess 



902 



5 319 Lizzie J. Bergheimer 
G No Children 



Oct. 4, 18S2 



Daniel P. Bergheime 



903 



5 320 Milton R. Wolfe 

G For his family see (569) 



June 1, 1859 



Emma Clewell 



904 



320 


George L. Wolfe 

Children 
Margaret Ann 
Helen Jane 

905 


Oct. 

Aug. 
June 


1, 

27, 
4, 


1871 

1889 
1893 


322 


Julia A. Douglass 

Children 
Norman E. 
Helen C. 

906 


June 

Nov. 
May 


26, 

7, 
2 


1873 

1S99 
1901 


324 


Almeda L. Renshaw 
No children 


Mar. 


18, 


1853 



Clara Minnich 



Earl B. Douglass 



Rev. Alex. B. Reuslnn^ 



907 

5 .324 Cecelia E. Hamilton Feb. 2, 1859 

G Children 

(J Constance Beck Mav. 19. 1887 

Arthur Beck Oct. 8, 1889 

Kenneth Gardiner Feb. 20, 1893 



Rev. J. T. Hamilton 



THE CLE WELL FAMILY. 



181 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



908 



5 325 Eugene A. Brunner 
G Obiklreu (first wife) 

(j Aunie C. 

1415 Ella M; 
141G Gertrude L. 

Roy S. 

Mabel E. 
Children (second wife) 

Eugenia K. 

Henrietta K. 

Beata 

Bessie I. 

Edward H. 



Mar. 5, ISll 



1871 
.Tune IS, 1874 
IMay 17, 1876 
B^eb. 14, 1881 
Sept. 30, 1884 

Dec. 24, 1892 
May 7, 1894 
June 13, 1895 
Aug. 5, 1S9G 
Mar. 26, 1900 



1. Amelia Kutz 

2. Emma Kem;mei"er 



1871 



June 26, 1895 
Sept. 28, 1896 



Jac 
Wii 



)b Hermai 
iam Bovd 



909 

5 325 Edward H. Brunner 
G Cliild 

6 Fred J. 



Sept. 4, 1848 
July 16, 1880 



Mary Werkbeiser 



910 



5 325 William N. Brunner 
G No children 



Nov. 7, 1853 



Emma Markley 



911 



5 325 Lovin J. Brunner 
G No Children 



Jan. 23, 1855 



Maria Farrel 



912 



5 


325 Eliza L. Chilcott 


Feb. 


2, ISoS 


G 


Children 






6 


Anna B. 


Aug. 


13, 1890 




Frank B. 


JaB. 


14, 1894 




Edward R. 


Mar. 


23, 1897 




Dorr is E. 


Dec. 


20, 1900 




913 






5 


325 Cornelia M. Heberlin 


Feb. 


20, 1863 


G 


Children 






6 


Constance E. 


Aug. 


16, 1885 




Carrie N. 


Nov. 


26, 1888 




Frederick W. 


Dec. 


31, 1890 




Lizzie H. 


Jan. 


24, 1893 




Donald C. 


Feb. 


2. 1896 




Paul F. 


Jan. 


14, 1900 




914 






5 


327 Jane E. Beck 


Sept. 


25, 1858 


G 


Child 






6 


Jennie E. 


July 


22, 1879 



Dr. F. B. Chilcott 



William Heberlin 



William M. Beck 



Aug. 11, 1879 



182 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



915 



r^ 320 


:M:ina Sliiekls 


Oct. 6, 1852 


G 


Children 




G 


Helen E. 


June 27, 1874 


1518 


T. Edgar 


July 4, 1777 




Theopliiliis N. 


Nov. 3, 1870 




Florence C. 


July 31, 1882 




Gertrude 0. 


June 20, 1888 



Rev. E. Shields 
Amelie Schultze 



916 



5 


332 Ida V. Tate 


June 


23, 


1S57 


G 


Children 








6 


Annetta E. 


Feb. 


10, 


1879 




Paul E. 


Apr. 


14, 


1881 




William Edward 


Aug. 


1. 


1883 




Lula V. 


May 


10, 


1886 




J. Herman 


Aug. 


12, 


1S90 




Rufus Clewelll 


July 


15, 


1894 



William Tate 



917 

5 333 Gertrude E. Howell 
G Children 

Andrew Jay 

Clewell 

Laura 



June 26, 1867 

Jan. 29, 1895 
Mar. 12, 1898 
Dec. 21, 1902 



June 6, 1895 



Andrew J. Howell, Jr. 



918 

5 337 Cornelia R. iNIaek 
G Children 

6 1417 Clarence B. 

1418 Josephine 

1419 Emily L. 

1420 Frances C. 
1431 Bertine S. 
1422 Horace M. B. 



Mar. 2, 1845 Nov. 15, 1878 Edward G. Mack 

.Jan. 11. 1868 Alice M. Henshue 

June 16, 1869 Frank Haas 

May 30, 1871 Rev. Allen Abel 

July 1, 1872 Chas. W. McCully 

Julv 4. 1874 Sarah McBride 

April 21, 1877 Anna B. Shirk 



919 

5 337 Louisa M. Darward 
G Children 

6 1423 Clarence F. 

Harriet S. 
1694 Edwin A. 

1424 Matilda C. 

1425 Gertrude E. 



Sept. 15, 1846 

Mar. 7. 1876 
:May 17. 1868 
July 25, 1870 
Aug. 15, 1873 
July 24, 1875 



Sept. 23, 1900 
Oct. 11, 1881 



Albert Darward 

Mary T. Kimmei'le 

ArmettA Gray 
John Glosser 
Richard Coghill 



920 



5 


337 


Lucius A. Cassler 


Jan. 26. 


1849 


G 




Children 






() 




John Arthur 


Aug. 23, 


1882 






Helen A. 


Oct. 26, 


1887 



Helen A. Bidwell 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



183 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



921 

5 337 Caroline Coghill 
G Children 

6 142G Harry M. 

Kiicliard L.. 

1427 Franli U. 

1428 Ellen C. 
Albert 
Maude E. 
Cortland C. 
Matilda E. 
George A. 
Joseph A, 



Sept. 



1856 



Sept. 23, 


1876 








.Tan. 25, 


1878 








Aug. 15, 


1879 








Mar. 24, 


1881 








Not. 7, 


1883 








Nov. 2G, 


1884 


Sept. 


12, 


1887 


April 10, 


1887 








April 5, 


1890 


Mar. 


18, 


1891 


Feb. 23, 


1892 


June 


11, 


1902 


Dec. 24, 


1894 









Richard Coghill 
Margaret Sullivan 



Emma E. Holt 
Artnur P. Bagby 



922 

5 338 Rev. William H. Hoch :\Iar. 27, 1846 
G Children 

6 Levin Franklin Nov. 6, 
1429 Otto Martin Nov. 9, 



1877 
1879 



April 19, 1891 



Frederic ke D. Duebler 



Maude A. Boyer 



923 

338 S. Benjamin Hoch 



Aug. 26, 1848 



G 




Children 








6 


1563 


Emma Sophia 


Oct. 


29, 


1868 




1430 


Amelia Hannah 


April 


5, 


1870 




1431 


Alice Romana 


Aug. 


9, 


1871 




1501 


Asher Michael 


Nov. 


2. 


:1S73 






Martin Henry 


July 


12, 


1875 






Victor Samuel 


Aug. 


26, 


1876 




1562 


Richai-d Franklin 


Sept. 


3, 


1877 




1557 


Mary Am'anda 


Sept. 


OJ 


1883 




1695 


Caroline Susana 


Nov. 


7, 


1885 



Jan. 16, 1882 



1. Amanda E. George 

2. Emma Buskirk 
Eugene R. Hartman 
Wdlliam F. Metz 
Walter S. Clewell 
Flora Kessler 



Dora E. Beidelman 
Harvey G. Deibert 
Harvey Heim 



924 

5 338 Caroline L. Siegfried April 24, 1851 
G Child 

6 Bertha Sophia Aug. 9, 1878 



Feb. 22, 1901 



Jackson Siegfried 



925 

5 339 Henry E. Hahn 
G Children 

6 1432 Thomas Adam 

George Peter 
Charles Llewellyn 
Clinton Henry 
Elmer Eugene 



Jan. 19, 1849 

Dec. 24, 1872 
Sept. 12, 1875 
Sept. 11, 1877 
May 4, 1880 
Aug. 5, 1889 



Rebecca Heckman 
Mary E. Kessler 



926 

5 339 Adline A. Kauman 
G No Children 



Aug. 3, 1850 



Llewellyn Bauman 



184 



GENEAi^OGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



927 



5 339 


Ellen E. Kuloff 


Sept. 


4, 


1852 


G 


Children 








G 1433 


Eliza Charlotte 


Mar. 


IS, 


1871 




Robert Elmer 


Feb. 


23, 


1873 




Steward Llewellyn 


Sept. 


20, 


lS7tJ 




Lewis Henry 


Oct. 


10. 


1878 




Ida Celesta 


June 


6, 


1881 




Clarence Franklin 


July 


23, 


1882 




Mamie Delila 


April 


22, 


1885 



Rav. F. H. RulofE 
George L Meyer 



339 



928 

Andrew O. Hahn 

Children 
Cora Sibylla 
Carrie Eliza 
Elsie Rebecca 
Nama Susan 



Sept. 10, 1854 

May 21, 1878 Oct. 12, 1S7S 

Nov. 10, 1882 Feb. Ifi, 1SS3 
Oct. 13, 1885 

May 31, 1888 Feb. 13, 1892 



5. E. Germantown 



929 

5 339 Caroline R. 
G Child 

6 Edna Alice 



Mar. 11, 185S 
Dec. 22, 1880 



Azariali Ran man 



930 



5 


340 Edward G. Kern 


July 19, 1853 


G 


Children 




6 


Alberta C. 


Aug. 21, 1879 




Lillian E, 


Oct. 26, 1881 




Robert B. 


Oct. 10, 1884 




Walter L. 


June 19, 1888 




Virginia L. 


Dec. 8, 1890 




Harry I^eRoy 


Sept. 12, 1893 




Francis S. 


Oct. 5, 1898 



Rachael V. Swain 



931 



5 


341 Julius A. Kern 


Mar. 17, 1S4G 




(.i 


Children 






G 


Mary A. 


Sept. 26, 1873 






William 


April 21, 1S7G 






Frederick 


Oct. 3, 1879 






Franklin Thomas 


Oct. ]2. 1881 


Nov. 15, 1881 


. 


Emily 


July 18, 1883 





Catherine Oplinger 



345 
1434 



932 

Bishop J. M. Levering 

Children 
Marion Sophia 
Alice Gertrude 



Feb. 20, 1840 



July 17, 1878 
July 5, 1881 



Martha A. Whitesell 
Whitmore Stevens 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



185 



Gei 


1. No 


Names 


Born 


Died Married to 






933 






5 


345 


Malvina L. Creson 


Dec. 20, 1S50 


William E. Creson 


G 




Cliildren 






tt 




Lewis Joshua 


Oct. 23, 1872 






1G9G 


Sophia Elizabetli 


Jan. 19, 1874 


George W. Allen 




1G97 


Etta Lillian 
Aai-ou Hauser 
Daisy Alice 


Nov. 5, 1875 
Dec. 25, 1877 
Nov. 3, 1870 


Charles E. Secrest 






Cora Lee 


April 5, 1SS2 


Tu)ie 30, 1S94 






Mortimer William 


May 8, 1885 








John Martin 


April 23, 1887 


Nov. 10, 1888 






Emma Gertrude 


Jan. 23, 1889 








Jane Kate 


Sept. 5, 1890 








Lucy 


May 28, 1894 








934 






5 


345 


Martin M. Levering 


May 25, 1853 


Sarah M. Keller 


G 




Children 






6 




Eva Theresa 
Nellie Florence 
Benjamin Franklin 
Frederick Raymond 
Bertha Alice 

935 


Oct. 24, 1882 
July 15, 1884 
June 16, 18SG 
Jan. 12. 1889 
Nov. 23, 1890 




5 


345 


Alice Tayloi" 


May 31, 1858 


Henry Taylor 


G 




Children 






6 




Amy 

Minnie 

Glenn 

Lewis Moody 

Alice Floy 

Fannie Theresa 

William Thomas 

936 


Jan. 8, 1881 
Nov. 14, 1882 
Jan. 4, 1885 
Aug. 27, 1887 
Dec. 30, 1889 
July 17, 1892 
Jul'y 13, 1894 




5 


345 


Lewis R. Levering 


Sept. 14, 1867 


Mary I. Schultz 


G 




Childi-en 






6 




Charles Montgomery 
INIary Louisa 

937 


Oct. 17, 1893 
July 15, 1895 




5 


345 


William H. Levering 


July 21, 1869 


Florence J. McRoberts 


G 




Children 






6 




Florence May 
Theodore Thomas 

938 


Dec. 1, 1892 
July 1, 1894 




5 


345 


Ruth Ann Crout 


Mar. 5, 1872 


Charles W. Crout 


G 




Children 






6 




James Levering 
939 


Oct. 26, 1894 




5 


346 


Laura Fleming 


Jan. 1865 


Is. Fleming 


G 




No further report received 





186 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



940 



5 


348 


Henry L. ^Michael 


Jan. 


23, 


ISC.l 


G 




Children 








(J 




Harold Ralph 


Aug-. 


19, 


1892 






Kuth :\Iontgomery 


Feb. 


28, 


1894 






Lois Grace 


Oct. 


9 


1899 






Charles Bauman 


Dec. 


12, 


1902 






941 








5 


350 


Emeliue S. Shireman 


Dec. 


28, 


1849 


G 




Children 








6 




Kobert L. 


Sept. 


22 


1S72 






Milton S. 


April 


. 25', 


187G 






942 








5 


350 


Joseph H. Shireman 


July 


27, 


1852 



G No Ohildi-en 

943 

5 350 Charles W. Shireman 
G Childi-en 

1435 Marie E. 

Gertie S. 

Mabel ¥. 

Katie E. 

944 

5 350 Sarah A. Seyfried 
G No Children 

945 

5 350 Eugene F. Shireman 



G 




Children 


(J 




Herbert F. 
Beulah M. 
Helen C. 
Carrie M. 
Paul E. 
Charles W. 
John A. 

946 


5 


351 


Marv S. Happel 


G 




Child 


(') 


143r. 


William A. 



351 



947 

Ella L. Snyder 

Children 
Emily F. 
Elsie L. 

948 

')1 Sarah E. Trein 
Child 
Charles A. 



Mar. 19, 1855 

Sept. 20, 1881 
Oct. 23. 1885 
June 30, 1889 
July 28, 1898 



May 18, 18G4 



Sept. 



1866 



Nov. 5, ISSG 
June 22, 1889 
May 25, 1892 
Sept. 8, 1894 
Nov. 16, 1896 
April 20, 1899 
Seiit. 27, 1901 



Feb. 4, 1853 
Oct. 26, 1S78 



July 16, 1854 



Nov. 6. 1890 
Mar. 22. 1892 



June 21. 1856 Oct. 5. 1898 
Jan. 26. 1878 



Grace E. Bauman 



William Steinmetz 



Belle Ehret 



Katie Taugeman 
Augui^t Wiese 



Joseph Seyfriefl 



Camilla A. Buss 



W. I. Happel 

Emma S. Albert 



Joseph A. Snyder 



Israel D. Trein 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



187 



Gen 


I. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 






949 












5 

G 

6 


351 


Emjma M. Koehler 

Children 
Helen I. 
Grace L. 

950 


Jan. 30, 1863 

May. 22, 1901 
Dec. 26, 1903 








Thomas Koehler 


5 
G 
(J 


353 


Araminta S. Hosfeld 

Childi-eu 
William S. 
George W. 

951 


Aug. 18, 1809 

May 5, 1892 
Jan. 7, 1895 








George W. Hosfeld 


5 
G 


354 


Harry 0. Levers 
No Cliildreii 

952 


Mar. 22, 1806 








Laura L. Ott 


5 
G 
6 


354 


Carrie L. Sliimer 

Children 
Eimiline L. 
Ruth C. 
Clayton C. 
Laura L. 
Henry A. 

953 


Jan. 24, 1808 

June 5, 1889 
July 5. 1890 
Mar. 27, 1892 
Oct. 24, 1894 
Aug. 8, 1897 








Clayton L. Shimer 


5 
G 


356 


Lucinda A. Trein 
No Children 

954 


July 19, 1862 








Stephen A. Trein 


5 
G 


35G 


John F. Ebbecke 

No children 

955 


July 17, 1806 








Minnie Ruhe 


5 
G 
6 


35G 


Mary E. Keller 

Children 
Henry Alvin 
Clarrissa Elizabeth 
Emma Ebbecke 
John Andrew 
Frederick George 

956 


July 2, 1870 

July 31, 1894 
Oct. 4, 1890 
June 14, 1898 
Aug. 31, 1900 
June 26, 1903 


June 


17. 


1!:k)5 


Harry Keller 


5 
G 
6 


357 


Jane E. Kortz 

Children 
William H. 
Isabella T. 

957 


April 29, 1858 

Oct. 28. 1883 
Sept. 18, '1885 


Oct. 


11, 


1902 


William H. Kortii 


5 
G 
6 


357 


Harry W. Kern 

Children 
Harold Stanley 
Kenneth Eibbecke 
Morris Mettler 
Paul Darlington 


May 29, 1864 

July 9. 1885 
Sept. 27, 1888 
Sept. 24. 1890 
Sept. 7, 1894 


June 
Sept. 


17. 
20, 


1905 
1890 


Belle Mettler 



188 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



958 



5 


358 


Anna Miller 


April 23, 18G1 


G 




Children 




G 




Lucy B. 


Sept. 5, 1885 






Daniel J. 


Jan. 27. 1889 






Carl N. 


Oct. 31. 1894 






George C. 


June 14, 1899 






959 




5 


358 


Ella J. George 


June 13, 18G4 


G 




Children 




6 




Charles Daniel 


Feb. 28, 188G 






Fred Abraham 


Se])t. 20, 1888 






Helen Brown 


Nov. 5, 1890 






William H. Jr. 


April 14, 1903 






960 




5 


361 


Granville Nading 


Jan. 15, 1858 


G 




Children 




G 




Raymond E. 


Dec. S, 1893 






Buren A. 


Aug. 26, 1895 






Elsie E. 


Dec. 23, 189G 






Herbert W. 


July 13, 1898 






Kenneth G. 


July 23, 1900 






961 




5 


363 


James F. Spach 


Aug. 9, 1870 


G 




Children 




6 




Lelia H. 


Aug. 4, 1893 






Pearl L. 


June 10, 1895 






Mamie V. 


Mar. 31, 1897 






Myrtle A. 


April 30, 1899 






Anna C. 


Aug. 29, 1901 






Grade M. 


Feb. 1, 1904 






962 




5 


364 


Matilda C. Dorsch 


Dec. 24, 1851 


a 




Children 




6 




Emma E. 


Feb. 23, 1886 






Frank 


Oct. 13, 1889 






963 




5 


3G4 


Milton S. Shultz 


April 23, 1853 


G 




Child 




6 


1437 


Mildred 
964 


Nov. G, 1880 


5 


364 


Anna M. Mahady 


Feb. 22. i85G 


G 




There are several c 
965 


hildi-en in this fami 


5 


3C4 


Asnos F. Schmidt 


Oct. 12, 1860 


G 




No Children 





July 



1S91 



Charles N. Miller 



William H. George 



Victoria Hickx 



Julia Brawdv 



John Dorsch 



Emma R. Loper 
George Cascaden 

George Mahady 
John Schmidt 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



Gen. No. Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



966 

5 oC)4 Caroline A. Scbenek Nov. ("i, IS!)2 

G There are several children in this family. 



Unic-o Schenck 



968 

5 3(54 Emma H. Hall 
G No Children 



Nov. 29, 1865 



William T. Hall 



5 


366 


Emma F. Miskell 


June 


12, 


1859 


Jan. 


19, 


1895 


G 




Children 














6 


1520 


Mary Ann 


Jan. 


13, 


1880 


Nov. 


10, 


1900 




1521 


Elizabeth F. 


Feb. 


3, 


18S3 










1522 


Paulene G. 
Emma F. 

969 


Jan. 
Dec. 


11. 

27, 


1887 
1891 








5 


366 


Harry E. Clewell 


Aug. 


17. 


1863 








G 




Children 



















Plenry E. 


Feb. 


5. 


1885 


Jan. 


10, 


1889 






Sophia 


Nov. 


26, 


1880 


Mar. 


9, 


1889 






Joseph R. 


Feb. 


12, 


1894 












Walter L. 


May 


22, 


1903 












970 














5 


368 


BYank Abel 


June 


17, 


1859 









George Miskell 

Fred. Wehmeier 
Robert Hobinson 
Robert Duffeld 



Mary A. Richter 



Jessie E. Stout 



971 

5 368 Henry P. Abel 



(; 




Children 


6 


1438 


Allen L. 
Willis J. 
Hattie M. 

972 




918 


Emily E. Abel 


5 


368 


Rev. Allen Abel 


G 




Children 


6 




Esther C. 
Ruth E. 
MaiT E. H. 
Paul BenjamiB 



Aug. 31, 1861 

Sept. 30, 1883 
June 0, 1885 
Aug. 9, 1889 



Uav 30, 1871 
Aug. 9, 1866 

Feb. 11, 1893 
April 28, 1S94 
Dec. 19. 1896 
Sept. 27, 1899 



Jennie Jones 
Lena R. Frey 



Rev. Allen Abel 
Emilv L. Mack 



973 



5 368 Charles Abel 
G No Children 



Oct. 27, 1874 



Carrie Deitrich 



974 

369 Andrew B. Clewell 
No Children 



Jan 



Lizzie Baker 



190 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gei: 


L. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Alarried to 






975 












5 
G 
6 


369 


Hai-ry olewell 

Children 
Harry Leo 
William Ed. 
John Henry 

976 


July 28, 

Sept. 21, 
Alar. 5. 
Aug 21, 


1S74 

1<:K)0 
1903 
1904 


July 6, 
Alar. 12. 
Nov. 12. 


1901 
1903 
1904 


Nellie Daily 


5 
G 
6 


369 


Marj' A. Kossiter 

Childi-en 
Katharine Myrtle 
John Ed^Yard 

977 


Jan. 1, 

June 30, 
Jan. 3, 


1876 

1898 
1903 






Wm. A. Rossiter 


G 


3(;9 


Theresa Griffin 
No Children 


July 10, 


1880 






Stephen G. Griffin 



978 

5 370 William Hartman 
G Children 

6 William Christian 
Edward Paul 

979 

5 372 Otillia L. Barron 
G Children 

d 1439 Sarah P. 
Frankie A. 



980 

5 372 Emma E. Ballinger 
G Cliildren 

(j 1440 Lewis Keyser 
Clara Alable 

981 

5 372 Clara A. Torrey 
G Children 



July 3. 1868 



July 26, 1895 
Alay 16, 1900 



April 3, 1858 



Oct. 23, 1878 
Dec. 19, 1887 



June 29, 1802 



Aug. 9, 1883 
Aug. 9. 1885 



April 24, 1866 



6 


Pysche Erma 


May 


11, 


1885 




Erros Anne 


Aug. 


24, 


1887 




Guy Clewell 


Jan. 


7, 


i895 




982 








5 


372 Franklin H. G. Clewell 


Alar. 


5, 


1871 


G 


Children 











Aluri'ny Uichard 


Oct. 


26, 


1903 




Dorothy Louise 


Nov. 


8, 


1905 




983 








5 


373 Lewis H. Aleyers 


Alay 


21, 


1859 


G 


Children 








6 


Clara B;. 


Sept. 


23, 


1885 




Irene E. 


Dec. 


24, 


1889 




Florence C. 


Feb. 


21, 


1891 




Louis H. V. 


July 


24, 


1896 



Alary Schall 



John Barron 
Rufus Geiger 

John Ballinger 
Pearl L. Riley 

Orrin S. Torrey 



Susie E. Armstrong 



Nettie Shailbolt 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



191 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



984 

5 373 Clara E. Bradford 
G No Childi-en 

985 

5 373 Oliarles W. Meyers 
G Cliild 

6 Grace B. 

986 

5 373 JolLhu G. Meyers 

G Child 

6- Margaret M. 

987 

5 375 Mattie A. Brahana 
G No Claildren 

988 

5 375 Walter D. Clewell 
G No Children 

989 

5 376 Laura A. Sayers 
G Childi-en 

6 William H. L. 
James C. 
Clara C. 
Mildred A. 

990 

5 376 Clinton S. Werkheiser 
G No reply after repeated 

991 

5 376 Henry P. Werkheiser 
G No Children 

992 



Nov. 29, 1S60 

Dec. 31. 1866 
Aug. 9, 1892 

Sept. 12, 1868 
Aug. 21, 1903 

Nov. 24, 1869 
April 11, 1871 

July 28, 1870 

Mar. 15, 1892 

June 14, 1894 Sept. 30. 1894 

Mar. 22, 1897 

Sept. 11, 1898 Feb. 24. 1899 



April 25, 1872 
efforts. 



July 25. 1874 



5 
G 

6 


37G 


Jennie 0. Griffith 

Child 
Mildred A. 

993 


Mar. 
July 


5, 
17. 


1877 
1899 


5 
G 
6 


377 


Charles W. Clewell 

Children 
Luther D. 
Eschor B. 

994 


Feb. 

Apri 
Aug. 


3. 

1 4. 
15, 


1877 

1898 
, 1901 


5 
G 


377 


Annie B. Osman 

Child 
Robert James 


Nov. 
Mar. 


30. 

18. 


1880 
1906 



Dr. F. Bradford 



Cluudine Brooks 



Minnie Seitz 



D. A. Brahana 



Alice Black 



James Sayers 



Martha E. Alcorn 



Florence E. Bader 



Lesley G. Griffith 



Edith Gohic 



Robert F. C)sm,"in 



192 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



995 



5 
G 
6 


379 


Charles W. Clewell 

Child 
Mildred 

996 


Mar. 2. 1876 
Aug. 23, 1899 


5 
G 
6 


379 


Helen 0. Stewart 

Child 
Helen Narcissa 

997 


May 7, 1885 
Oct. 7, 19(>i 


5 
G 
6 


382 


Mary E. Booth 

Children 
Frank L. 
Edna M. 
Norman H. 
Howard S. 
Irvin V. 

998 


Feb. 20, 1870 

Dec. 21, 1893 

Sept. 5. 1896 Aug. 6, 1897 

Jan. 11, 1898 

Jan. 13, 1901 

Nov. 8, 1905 


5 


382 


Howard C. Sanders 


Sept. 15, 1874 


G 

6 




Child 
Howard K. 

999 


Mar. 5, 1900 May 19, 1900 


5 
G 


382 


Carrie B. Freed 
No Children 

1000 


Jan. 1, 1879 


5 
G 


383 


Laura Ste^r 
No Children 

1001 


Aug. 25, 1876 


5 
G 


386 


William F. Kneezel 
No Children 

1002 


Jan. 13, 1870 


5 


386 


Albert 0. Kneezel 


Dec. 6, 1872 


G 

6 




Children 
Harry B. 
Walter 0. 
Albert 
Mabel 

1003 


Dec. 15. 1899 
Oct. 8, 1902 


f5 
G 

6 


386 


Walter C. Kneezel 
Child 
Isabel M. 

1004 


Mar. 24, 1875 
Aug. 16, 1902 


5 
6 


386 


Edsar C. Kneezel 

Child 
Clmens F. 


Mar. 24, 1878 
Nov. 6, 1904 



Eva Merrick 



Dauiel L. Stewart 



John F. Booth 



1. Nellie Kerby 

2. Clara Hanna 



Leonard Freed 



John Steer 



Carrie Schrey 



1. Marv Marsden 

2. Matilda Root 



Maggie McAnally 



Minnie Kling 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



193 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1005 

3SG Alva M. Roesler 
Child 
Dorothy- 



July IG, 1880 



Carl A. Roesler 



1006 

Georg^^e B. Whittlesey 
No children 



Sept. 28, 1857 



Emma A. Hoyt 



1007 



(> 380 Mary E. Lash 
F No children 



June 2, 1859 



H. M. Lash 



1008 

8S9 Herbert C. Whittlesey 
Children 
Harriet T. 



Oct. 27, 1862 
Aug. 26, 1895 



Maye F. Eagan 



1009 

6 391 Mary A. Waggoner 
F Children 

7 Mary C. 
Joseph D. 
William H. 



June 7, 1869 

July 19, 1892 
July 28, 1896 
July 28, 1899 



George Waggoner 



1010 

6 392 Corinne E. Stine 
B^ No children 



July 31, 1809 May 1, 1894 Prof. Wilbur Stine 



1011 



6 
F 


893 


Luella M. Snider 
No further report 

1012 


May 


17, 


1808 


6 
F 

7 


394 


Lydia M. Woolman 

Children 
Charles UeWitt 
Mary Kathryn 

1013 


Dec. 

Jan. 
Mar. 


31, 

26, 
23, 


1872 

1895 
1905 


6 
F 


394 


Delberd J. Beckley 
No children 

1014 


Jan. 


8, 


1875 


6 
F 


399 


Minnie Free 
No children 


Feb. 


14, 


1859 



Wm. H. Snider 



P. H. Woolman 



Ida M. Hench 



Free 



1015 

399 Eugene Laubach 
Children 
Eugenia H. 
Harvey A. 



April 22, 1862 

Sept. 11, 1892 
Nov. 10, 1895 



Helen H. Harvey 



194 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 






1016 









F 


4(;>() 


William V. Hi'iuleisoii 
No cbildren 

1017 


Dec. 9, 18G7 




Agnes B. MeCann 


F 


402 


Ida Keeley 

Cbildi-en 
Jobn Ubler 
William David 

1018 


Oct. 26, 1866 

Oct. 14, 1S85 
Feb. 16. 1887 




Robert E. Keeley 


6 
F 


409 


Clark L. Reed 
No Cbildren 

1019 


Nov. 27, 1879 




Mary Underwood 


6 
F 

7 


411 Mabel 0. Prather 
Child 
Maurice J. R. 


Nov. 6, 1880 
Sept. 29, 1900 




Benj. L. I'ratber 






1020 









F 

7 


4-28 


Harrv ^^teiner 

Cbild 
Walter H. 

1021 


Sept. 30. 1860 
Oct. 27, 1888 




Mary C. Kohl 


6 
F 


429 


:Mary E. Walp 
No cbildren 

1022 


May 26, 1858 




William Walp 


6 

X' 


429 
1698 


Emma S. Adair 

Cbildren 
Ralpb B. Walp 
George W. 
Margaret I. 

1023 


Nov. 14, 1866 

Sept. 22. 1883 
Feb. 22, 1890 
Feb. 2, 1902 




David H. Adair 
Hattie Nagel 


6 
F 


429 


Frank L. Vogenitz 
No cbildren 

1024 


Aug. 24, 1873 




Sarah Savitz 


6 

F 

7 


431 


Sarab Gasel 

Child 
Charles 

1025 


July 27, 1862 
Aug. 30, 18»4 




August Cassel 



F 


431 


John Litzenberger 

Cbildren 
Helen 
Harf)ld 
William 
Hilda 
Elsia 
Esther 
Jobn 


Sept. 22, 18(54 

:Mar. 2, 1891 
Feb. 2r.. 1893 
June 24. 1894 
Sept. 20. 1896 
Feb. 8. 1898 
Feb. 7, 1899 
Feb. 20, 1901 


Oct. 1, 1901 


Maggie Stuber 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



195 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1026 



431 Geor^iie Litzeuberger 
Children 
Sadie Bertlia 
Elizabetli 

Marguerite Josephine 
George Levan 
Ma.v Irene 
Harrj' Charles 
Lillie Sarah 



IMay 5, 1872 

April 13, 1893 
:\Iar. 29, 1894 
Jan. 6, 1895 
Mar. 10, 1898 
Sept. 16, 1899 
Aug. 22, 1901 
Aug. 22, 1901 



Flora Lehr 



1027 



431 Gertrude ITeberroth 
Children 
Steward Edwin 
Lillian Matuda O. 
Le Ro.v Harry C. 
Emma Agnes 



]\tay 10, 1874 

May 8. 1S92 

Nov. 19, 1896 

Aug. 12, 1900 

Aug. 12, 1902 



Charles Ueberroth 



Sept. 22. 1898 
April 3, 1901 



1028 



6 432 Eliza L. Wright 
F Child 

Lillie R. 



Nov. 12, 1866 July 6, 1899 James Wright 
1891 



1029 



6 432 William S. Bander 
x> Child 

7 John E. 



Feb. 26, 1868 Nov. 16, 1893 Etta M. Steer 

D'ec. 14, 1892 



1030 

6 432 Carrie A. Knauss 
F No children 



Dec. 4, 1869 



George Knauss 



1031 

6 432 Mary H. Smith 
F No children 



April 8, 1871 



William T. Smith 



1032 

6 432 Sarah Hull 
F Child 

7 Irene 



April 4, 1872 
Jan. 18, 1894 



Ilomauus Hull 



1033 

6 432 Harvey F. Bander 
F No children 



Sept. 17, 1877 



Mary riant 



196 



GENEALOGY OF 



Geu. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1034 



() 


48:] 


Ida Paiell 


Feb. 5, 1865 


F 




Children 




7 


1441 


Bessie 


IMav 6, 1882 




1442 


Annie 


Oct. 10, 1883 




1443 


Cora 


June 7, 1885 






Cliarles 


Mar. 31, 1887 






Jennie 


Jan. 30, 1889 






John 


July 81, IBflO 






William 


June 17, 1894 






Gertrude 


Feb. 9. 1896 






Harvey 


May 13. 1898 






Otto 


Mar. 10, 1900 






Louis 


Nov. 30, 1902 






Stanley 


Jan. 22, 1904 






1035 




6 


433 


Mary Crook 


Jan. 20, 1871 


F 




Child 




7 




Jennie 
1036 


Oct. 22, 1890 


6 


433 


Martha Fielding 


Feb. 22, 1875 


P 




Child 




' 




Clarence 

1037 


Aug. 12, 1897 


6 


433 


Lizzie Baker 


Sept. 14, 1877 


F 




No children 
1038 




6 


433 


Gerti'ude Glenn 


Nov. 30, 1878 


F 




Child 




7 




Harry 
1039 


Aug. 11, 1902 


() 


434 


Wi]liam F. Schmidt 


Jan. 6, 1871 


F 




Child 




7 




Charies K. 
1040 


Dec. 19, 1900 


(; 


434 


Herbert T. Schmidt 


Nov. 5, 1872 


F 




Children 




7 




Charles H. 


April 16, 1901 Deceased 






Gerald H. 


Nov. 15, 1902 






1041 




n 


434 


Charles C. Schmidt 


Mar. 4, 1876 


F 




Children 




7 




Louis 


Dec. 0. 1900 






(ienavere 


Dec. 28, 1902 






William 


Oct. 19, 1904 



Joseph Ruell 

Otto Talbot 
John Fredericks 
Keuben Blanchard 



John Crook 



Edward Fielding 



William Baker 



Charles Glenn 



Anna Hinken 



Mary Bear 



Reca Berger 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



197 



Geu. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1042 





43-1 


Amelia E. Hinken 
Children 


Feb. 


17 


1SS0 


7 




Miirgnret 

Anna I.. Willnui 


Aug. 
Nov. 


22 

5" 


1898 
1899 








Apri 


12 


1903 






1043 








G 


434 


Miltou V. SL-Iimidt 
Children 


Mm: 


22, 


1882 


V 




Vivian 
Frank E. 

1044 


.Alav 
May 


22 


1901 
1903 



F 
7 


435 
5444 


Alfred Yogenitz 

Children 
Lanra M. 
:\Ieda M. 
Sarah L. 
Minnie E. 

1045 


Fel). 

July 
Jan. 
Dec. 
May 


5, 

12, 
1, 
14, 

7, 


1852 

1878 
1879 
1885 
1889 


6 
F 


435 


James S. Yogenitz 
Children 


Dec. 


13, 


1859 


( 




Beatus 
Elsie Louisa 
Jesse James 
Raymond Lloyd 
Carrie Maud 

1046 


June 
June 
Oct. 
Aug. 

Nov. 


IS, 
17 
13, 

15, 


1887 
1888 
1889 
1893 
1895 


6 
F 

7 


435 


Jane M. Sell 

Children 
Arthur Franklin 
Leroy Evan 


Mar. 

Mar. 
Oct. 


4, 

5, 
11, 


1873 

1894 
1897 



June 18, 1887 
Dec. 13, 1888 



William Hinken 



Ida Allen 



S. Emma Acker 
Alliert Lueh 



Ellen Smith 



Wm. P. A. Sell 



1047 

6 435 Ida M. Garis 
F No children 



Nov. 10, 1874 



Franklin Garis 



1048 

437 Lillian A. Reph 
Children 
Marion Estella 
Dorothy Mary 



Dec. 20, 1880 



Jan. 28, 1900 
Jan. 5. 1903 



William Repb 



1049 

6 440 Clara Cooley 
F Child 

7 Mattie M. D. 



April 3, 1873 Sept. 21, 1905 H. H. Cooley 
June G, 1899 Aug. G, 1900 



198 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Died 



Married to 



441 



1050 

Robert A. Mikscli 

Children 
Grace Elfrida 
Charles Francis 
Emma Catharine 
Esther Maria 
Ruth Elizabeth 



Dec. 23, 1870 

Oct. 2, 1891) 

Nov. 8, 1897 

Feb. 17, 1899 May 12, 1899 

Dec. 3, 1901 Sept. 24, 1904 

Sept. ]G, 1905 



Carrie E. Herring 



1051 

G 441 Stella E. Kichline 

F Children 

7 Dorotha Rtaria 

Warren Frederick 



Jan. 25, 1877 



Mar. 25, 1898 
July 9, 1S99 



Frank Kichline 



1052 

G 441 Ella E. Mory 

F Child 

7 Alice Irene 



July 9, 1881 
Mar. 15, 1899 



Frank Mory 



1053 

G 442 Mary A. Hawkins 

F Child 

7 Romaine Bates 



July IG, 18(!8 
July 14. 1893 



Harry R. Hawkins 



1054 



G 442 Clara B. Allen 
F No Children 



Feb. 17, 1882 



George L. Allen 



1055 



6 


44G 


James Sey fried 


Nov. 


20, 1SG9 






F 




Children 










7 




AVilliam 
Emma 

1056 


Nov. 
May 


29, 1898 
G, 190] 






G 


454 


J. Franklin Steinmetz 


Dec. 


12, 1859 






F 




Child 










' 




Leonard F. 

1057 


Dec. 


31, 1884 


Jan. 4, 


1885 


(i 
F 


454 


Susan ^L Schock 
Chikli-'en 


Mar. 


25, 1861 






7 




Elson Leroy 
Ora Sabilla 
Jesse Jasper 
Olevia Orettia 
Mabel Clara 
Lenora May 


Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
May 


17, 1878 
IG, 1881 

18, 1883 
30, 1888 
G. 1891 
21, 1892 










Eslia Vestilla 


Aug. 


30. 1895 


Dec. 14. 


1895 






Clifford Donelda 


Sept. 


10. 189G 


Sept. IG 


, 189G 






Adolph Clemence 


Sept. 


21, 1899 







Maggie Clark 



Allie Levan 



Eli Schock 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



199 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1058 



454 Emma E. Osthoff 
(,'liildren 
George F. 
Carolyn T. 
Gertrude 0. 
Almyra M. 

1059 

454 Rev. M. J. Steinmetz 
Ctliildren 
Agnes M. 
Esther 0. 
Ruth M. 
Beulah 

1060 

454 Rev. C. S. Steinmetz 
Children 
Harr.v Francis 
Edwin Earl 
Bessie Almira 
Bertha Catharine 
Charles Franklin 

1061 

454 Carrie M. Maier 
Child 
Morrison R. 



Nov. 20, 1802 

May 16, 1881 

Mar. 21, 1883 

June 27, 1884 

Dec. 2, 1887 



July 24, 1804 

Nov. 10, 1892 
Jan. 13, 1890 
Aug. 10, 1897 
Mar. (>, 1902 



Jan. 22, 1800 

Oct. 31, 1885 
May 21, 1888 
Nov. 11, 1890 
Jan. 20, 1892 
Aug. 23, 1898 



July 11, 1870 
June 1, 1900 



George Osthoff 



Lillian Funk 



Sept. 8, 1894 



Jessie M. Currier 



Dec. 21, 1880 
Oct. 12, 1891 



A. Maier 



1062 

450 Wilson D. Seyfried 
Child 
Warren Raymond 

1063 

450 Anna M. L. Beers 
Children 
Howard K 
Paul E. 
Charles F. 
Anna M. 
Florence Mabel 
Daughter 

1064 

457 Charles W. Loux 

For his family see (80 



Oct. 9, 1868 
Dec. 8, 1890 

Sept. 24, 1873 

July 15, 1896 
Mar. 4, 1898 
Nov. 27, 1900 
June 15, 1903 
Aug. 2, 1905 
June 1907 

Dec. 4, 1868 



459 



1065 

Eugene D. Trein 

Child 
Evangeline Rebekah 



Lizzie E. Benner 



Thomas Beers 



Helen A. Giersch 



Oct. 29, 1879 Jennie C. Achenbach 

Jan. 14, 1904 Sept. 23, 1906 



200 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1066 



462 Emma L. Sehlegel 
No Childi'en 



Sept. 10, 1873 



Rev. Carl Sehlegel 



1067 

C 462 Oscar O. Fehr 
F Cliilclren 



Aug. 2, 1875 



7 




Florence May 
Lela Gertrude 

1068 


Mar. 10, 1902 
July 16, 1903 


6 
F 

7 


462 


liobert L. Fehr 

Children 
Irene Loviua 
Pearl Emma 

1069 


June 6, 1878 

May 6, 1902 
Aug. 4, 1905 


6 
F 

7 


4G(J 


Edna A. Carl 

Children 
Norman 
Mamie E. 

1070 


April ]8, 1872 

Dec. 9. 1893 
July 15, 1895 


6 
F 

7 


406 


Odilia M. Hittle 

Children 
MUlie E. 
Raymond E. 

1071 


May 18, 1874 

April 22, 1892 
Sept. 9, 1894 


6 
F 


406 


Selma L. Schafer 
No Children 

1072 


April 9, 1870 


6 
F 

7 


466 


Lillie J. Fehr 

Children 
Clara M. 
Sylvester F. 

1073 


Dec. 22, 1878 

Sept. 26, 1897 
Aug. 10, 1901 


6 
F 

7 


467 


Albin H. Millheim 

Children 
Charles B. 
Clarence A. 
Beulah S. 

1074 


Nov. 24, 1870 

Nov. 3, 1893 
Aug. 26, 1895 
Feb. 26, 1905 


6 
F 

7 


467 


Robert L. Millheim 

Children 
William A. 
Helen G. 
Franklin Z. 
Fannie M. 


June 21, 1872 

Dec. 3, 1894 
Sept. 4. 1898 
Mar. 31, 1901 
April 21, 1904 



Gertrude Barthold 



Elenora A. Miller 



Charles R. Carl 



John J. Hittle 



August Schafer 



Lizzie Kline 



Lilly Zuck 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



201 



Gen. No. 



Boru 



Died. 



Married to 



1075 

4G7 Annie J. Meixsell 
Children 
Mamie L. 
Clara M. 
Elmer P. 
Walter F. 

1076 

467 Oliver W. Millheim 
Children 
Elda M. 
Laura L. 
Stella V. 



Mar. 11, 1874 

Apr. 12, 1893 
Mar. o, 1SU4 
Feb. 29. 1896 
Nov. 8. 1901 



July 5, 1S76 

Mar. 22, 1897 

Aug. 29, 1899 

Nov. 6, 1902 



Percy Meixsell 



May 11, 1S9:J 



Annie Henslino 



1077 

468 William L. George 
Childi-en 
Marion K. 
Wallace I. 
Nellie M. 



Aug. 22, 1870 

Sept. 11, .1895 
Nov. 9, 189(5 
May 28. 1898 



Emma S. Billheimer 



1078 

6 468 Harry F. George 
F Children 

7 Ruth I. 
Grace A, 



Feb. 25, 1872 



June 1. 1896 
Mar. 14, 1898 



Annie C. Musselmau 



1079 

6 4G8 Lizzie Lichtenwalner 
F No children 



Aug. 4, ISSO July 30, 1900 Joseph Lichtenwalner 



1080 



6 


469 


Eleonor S. Hoch 


April 25. 


1874 


F 




Childi-en 






7 




Flora S. 


July 9. 


1892 






Bertha M. 


Oct. 14, 


1895 






Helen E. 


Oct. 4, 


1898 






1081 






6 


469 


Harvey J. Fehr 


April 17, 


1876 


F 




Children 






7 




Lilly 


Dec. 3. 


1899 






Verna Irene 


July 26. 


1904 






1082 






6 


469 


Milton G. Fehr 


April 12, 


1878 


F 




Children 






7 




Pearl F. 


Piopt. 14, 


1899 






Knlnnd A. 


May 8, 


1901 






Clement 




1902 






Mearle Elemanda 


Sept. 


1904 



William H. Hoch 



Tina Rapp 



Ellen Mann 



202 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1083 

409 Amelia Y. Steward 
Children 
Russell A. 
Hilda Elizabeth 

1084 

469 Irwin J. Felir 

Children 
Ell^\lood 
Earl 
Clarence 

1085 

470 Emma L. Barger 

No Childi-en 

1086 

470 Julius R. Haberstumpf 
No Childi-en 

1087 



Feb. 24, ISSO 



Feb. 9, 1901 

Sept. 15, 1903 Feb. 17, 1904 



Sept. 30, 18S1 



Dee. 17, 181 



Oct. 5, 1875 



6 


471 


Alice J. Siegfried 


Mar. 21, 


1872 


F 




Childi-en 






7 




William Franklin 


Feb. 13, 


1892 






Clarence Edward 


Sept. 17 


, 1893 






Elsie May 


Dec. 27, 


1894 






Walter Eugene 


Oct. 22, 


1897 






George Lewis 


Mar. 13, 


1902 






1088 






<j 


471 


Lizzie A. Frable 


June 21, 


1874 


F 




Children 






7 




William Franklin 


Nov. 14, 


1895 






Edna Lillie 


Dec. 14, 


1897 






Mary Susannah 


Aug. 2(), 


1901 






Floj'd 


Feb. 22, 


1903 






Son 


June 21, 


1905 






1089 









471 


Mary AVelty 


Dec. 15, 


1879 


F 




No Children 
1090 






(> 


472 


Alice M. Kline 


Feb: 21, 


1878 


F 




No children 

1091 






6 


473 


Jerome S. Fehr 


Dec. 13, 


1881 


F 




Children 






7 




Elmira Elizabeth 


Sept. 2, 


1904 






David Franklin 


Aug. 26, 


1905 






1092 






(J 


474 


Cora M. Kinginger 


April 30 


. 1880 


F 




No Children 







Harvey Steward 



Emma Bouser 



Homer Barger 



Jennie Smoyer 



Edwin Siegfried 



Layel Frable 



George AVelty 



William Kline 



Emma Bonser 



Edward Kinginger 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



Gen. No. 



BDrn 



Died 



Married to 



1093 

475 Cliiatou H. Schlegel 
Child 
Helen M. 



Dec. 10, 1882 
Nov. 12, 1902 



Mary Reph 



1094 

476 Katie V. Weaver 

Child 
Clarence L, 



Aug. 23, 1885 
Aug. 28, 1905 



Thomas H. Weaver 



1095 

G 478 Therasa H. Burger 

F Child 

7 Mildred M. 

1096 

G 482 Birdie S. Williamsoi; 
F Children 

7 Emma S. 

Mamie M. 

1097 

6 483 Wilson R. Saylor 
F Children 

7 Robily I. 
Roland R. 
Jennie I. 



Sept. 16, 1S88 
Sept. 26, 1905 

Jan. 3, 1879 

Oct. 15, 1898 
Nov. 18, 1902 

Feb. 19, 1880 

May 11, 1899 
May 12, 1899 
June 15, 1904 



Peter D. Burger 



John Williamson 



Clara Dech 



1098 

6 490 Eugene A. Clewell 
F Child 

7 Paul Edwin 



July 23, 1884 
Dec. 23, 1904 



Katie Willauer 



492 



1099 

Laura E. Itterly 

Children 
Emily M. 
Infant 
Naomia I. 



Mar. 28, 1884 

Feb. 9, 1901 

Dec. 8, 1903 Dee. 8, 1903 

Dec. 5, 1904 



Erwin Itterly 



507 



1100 

Anna M. Achenbach 

Children 
Harry O. 
Louisa D. 
Thomas 



July 17, 1867 

May 24, 1889 
April 16, 1891 
July 20, 1895 



Fred J. Achenbach 



1101 

Dairmar E. Kiefer 

Child 
Frances Helen 



April 1, 1809 
Jan. S, 1906 



J. Morris Kiefer 



204 
Gen. No. 



GENEALOGY OF 



Names 



Died 



Married to 



1102 

508 Alice J. (Barres) Ric-e 

F Children 

7 Warren J. 

Ada May 

Rutli I. 

Paul H. 

Franklin E. 

Pearl A. 



1870 



April 15, 1888 
April 17, 1890 
Sept. 19, ifsyi 
Feb. 17, 1S93 
Axxs. 20, 1895 
July 20. 1898 



r 1. Harry 1 
\ 2. Geo. Ki 



1. Harry Barres 
Llice 



Nov. 10, 1891 



No ehildrea with second husbantl. 

1103 



F 


58 


Clinton H. Fehr 
No Children 

1104 


I\Liy 29, 187G 




F 

7 


509 


Mame C. Warman 

Child 
Margaret F. 

1105 


Mar. 4, J 872 
May 5. 1894 




6 
F 

7 


509 


Jennie O. Williams 

Children 
Walter F. 
Elizabeth F 

1106 


•Tune 5, 1877 

^lar. 10. 1901 Ma 
June 25, 1904 


r. 20, 1901 


6 


610 


Milton Sc'.miickle 


Dec. 23. 1807 




F 

7 




Child (first wife) 
Paul E. 

1107 


April 21, 1893 




F 

7 


510 


Lewis C. Schmickle 
Child 
Carl Bush 

1108 


July 25, 1871 
Sept. 10. 1903 




6 

F 


511 


Wilson H. Fehr 
No Children 

1109 


April 14, 1871 




6 
F 


512 


Flovd H. Walter 
Childi-en 
Violet May 
Clarence 


•Tuly 28. ISTS 

April 22. 1902 
Nov. 29. 1903 





1110 

r. 514 Herben W. Fehr 
F No Children 

nil 

c, .515 Allen W. Keller 
F No Children 



Lula Higgeus 



William Warman 



Chas. C. Williams 



r 1. Laui-a Kicksecker 
\ 2. .Jennie Derhammer 



Rebecca O. Bush 



Lillie Kostenbader 



Clara Ha tier 



Dec. 17, 1872 .Tulv 20. 1902 Lizzie Haines 



June 12, 1878 



Eva A. Reese 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



205 



Gen. No. 


Names 


Born 




1112 




6 522 
F 


Aaron F. C'lewell 

Child 
Grace 

1113 


Sept. 20, 1879 
July lltOo 


6 528 
F 


Clarence O. liuckenbuch 
No Chllcli-en 


Jime 24, 1873 



Died 



Married to 



Mamie F. Kneer 



Miriam A. Osier 



1114 

528 FredericK K. Luckenbach .Tune 14, 187G 
No children 



1115 



fi 


532 


Sarah Nading 


Sept. 21, 18G9 


F 




Childi-en 




7 




May 


Mar. 2H, 1892 






Geneva 


May IG, xvoi 






1116 




6 


532 


Charles M. Beehn 


Mar. 1, 187G 


F 




Children 




7 




i^uella 


Feb. 4, 1900 






William F. 


June 28. 1901 






Em TO a L. 


Nov. 28, 1903 






1117 




(J 


532 


Reed Beehn 


Feb. 13, 1878 


F 




Children 




7 




Gladys 


July 13, 1900 






Myrtle 


Mar. 5, 1901 






±*'ioyd L. 


Sept. 27, 1904 






1118 




6 


533 


Mary A. Cook 


Oct. 10, 1880 


F 




Children 




7 




Morris D. 


April 20, 1902 






Frances 


Dec. 23, 1903 






1119 




(! 


540 


Fred A. Briglit 


Jan. 6, 1877 


F 




Cnildi-en 








Robert .1 . 


Aug. 2, 1900 






Jolm 


I\Iay 7, 1903 






1120 




6 


544 


Annie D. Smith 


Jan. 24, 1871 


G 




Children 




7 




May E. 


Feb. 22, 1893 






Raymond W. 


Sept. 9, 1894 






Florence R. 


Feb. 17. 1898 






Pauline A. 


Mar. 25. 1903 






1121 




6 


544 


Harvey M. Clewell 


June 29, 1877 


G 




No Children 





Feb. 4, 1900 



Gertrude M. Lister 



William Nading- 



Stella jNI. Reever 



Delia Keiieipp 



Norris Cook 



Annie F. E. Menner 



*Samuel Smitn 



Mamie Smith 



206 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



IVEarried to 



1122 

546 AJice J. Tosh Demuth 



Children 
William 
Roihert 

1123 

546 Susan E. Heiser 
Child 
Edgar 

1124 

546 Sarah R. Schilling 
Children 
Mabel 
Clair 

1125 

546 Clara M. Fry 

One Child 

1126 

547 Irwin F. Longenhagen 

Children 
James J. 
Irwin F 

1127 

550 Estella C. Bayne 
Children 
Russell Calvin 
Arvid Peter 

1128 

550 Alice C. Hedderich 
Child 
Mabel Lucile 

1129 

550 Edna M. Snyder 

Children 
Glenn E. 
Verna M. 
Troy A. 

1130 

551 Harry C. Crouse 

Children 
Grace 
Floyd 



Mar. 2S, 1806 



Oct. 8, 1885 
April 1887 



f 1. William Tosh 
\ 2 Gustus Dennith 



Mar. 22, 1870 Apr. 1907 Albert Heiser 

Sept. 23, 1889 



Feb. 19, 1873 

April 1897 
Dec. 28, 1898 



Aug. 25, 1881 



Aug. 7, 1877 

Aug. 21. 1900 
Feb. 3, 1904 



Oct. 21, 1872 



July 23, 1896 
Feb. 14, 1899 



Dec. 29, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1898 



June 29, 1875 

Sept. 27, 1897 
Jan. 7, 1900 
Tune lo. 1001 



1131 



551 Stella Rex 

No Children 



George Schilling 



Harry C. Fry 



Mary Cnrroll 



Alfred J. Bayne, 



John W. Hedderich 



Albert E. Snyder 



Minerva 



Emerson Rex 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



207 



Born 



Died 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



.552 



1132 

Charles Kuhns 

Ciiildren 
Dorotliy 
Lloyd 



Mary 



1133 

553 Daisy Johnson 
Children 
Miller 
Mary 



Harris Johnson 



1134 

6 553 Marvin Miller 
G Child 

7 Everett 



1135 

553 Lawrence Miller 
Child 
Herbert 



Meta 



1136 

558 Fayette E. Herstein 
Children 
Augustus J. E. 
Saloma N. 
A'iola M. 
Bertha M. 
Amanda B. 



July 22, 1874 

Feb. 17, 1893 

Aug. 28, 1894 Sept. 25, 1898 

May 15, 1896 Sept. 17, 1898 

Jan. 13, 1899 

July 17, 3900 



Simon Herstein 



1137 

6 55<? William M. Snyder 
G . No further report 



July 10, 1876 



Laura Ache 



1138 

6 558 Floyd L. Snyder 
G No Children 



Oct. 14, 1882 



Bessie Sterner 



1139 

559 Annie C. Herman 
Children 
William Charles 
Ruth Naomi 
Arthur Lewis 



Jan. 22, 1878 

Mar. 21. 1894 

Dec. 5. 1898 

Dec. 10, 1901 



Philip Herman 



1140 

6 568 Agnes H. Graver 
G No Children 

1141 

6 569 Laura M. Binkle 

G No Children 



Oct. 23, 1883 



George Graver 



Frank Binkle 



208 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No, 


Names 


Born 


Died 





Married to 






1142 








6 
G 

7 


570 


Leander H. Clewell 

Children 
ISarah E. 
Elmer S. 
Verlerius L. 
Jennie L. 
Han-y W. 

1143 


Feb. 27, 1858 

July 29, 1881 
Aug. 19, 1882 
Mar. 1, 1884 
Jan. 5. 1888 
Aug. 13, 1889 


Oct. 10, 
July 21, 

Feb. 10, 


1881 
1883 

1891 


Elenora Cope 


6 
6 
G 

7 


923 

570 


Alice R. Clewell 
Walter S. Clewell 

Children 
George C. 
Floyd S. 

1144 


Aug. 9, 1871 

May 17, 1870 

April 7, 1892 
Feb. 26, 1S91 






Walter S. Clewell 
Alice R. Hoch 


6 
G 

7 


570 


Cora L. Babp 

Child 
Annie M. 

1145 


Sept. 3, 1877 
Nov. 18, 1899 






Calvin Babp 


6 
G 


571 


Marcus A. Clewell 

Children 
Clarence O. 
Miriam A. 
Edger T. 
Chas. Melvin 

1146 


Oct. 7, 1858 

July 20, 1886 
Apr. 29, 1892 
Feb. IK, 189-1 
July 19, 1S99 


> 




.Ignes I. Kuhns 


6 

G 

7 


571 


Clara J. (Ricksecker) Mar. 26, 1860 
Newell 
Children (first husband) 
Lewis E. July 18, 1876 
Josephine C. July 27, 1878 
Laura E. Dec. 10, 1879 


Jan. 27, 
Aug. 18, 


ISSl 
1880 


/ 1. Jos. Ricksecker 
1 2. J. S. Newell 



Child (second husband) 

Helen Thaxter June 23, 1904 



6 


571 


Emma Derr 


Oct. 9, 1861 


G 




Children 




7 




Thomas A. 


Aug. 12, 1882 






Clara A. 


Aug. 12, 18S9 






Edith F. 


Sept. 9, 1891 






Lillian E. 


June 0, 1893 






Oliver L. 


Feb. 24, 1895 






Helen A. 


April 15. 1898 






Minnie V. 


Oct. 14, 1899 






Jennie I. 


Oct. 29, 1903 






1148 




6 


571 


Ida L. Brown 


Sept. 23, 1866 


G 




Children 




7 


1534 


Elmer S. 


Feb. 19. 1888 






Raymond W. 


April 21, 1889 






Arlan M. 


Aug. 13. 1801 






Rogrer L. 


Dec. 7, 1894 






Gordon C. 


July 25. 1899 



Lewis Derr 



Marcel! Brown 
Bessie Sneaden 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



209 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1149 

6 571 Robert S. Ciewell 
F Children 

7 Roy C. 
Kiith M. 

1150 

G 572 Julia E. Dwire 
F Children 

7 Claude William 

Harold W. R. 

1151 

6 573 George L. Clewell 
G Child 

7 George L. 

1152 

G 573 Fannie J. Carver 
G Cnildren 

7 Winfred W. 

Retta 

Enoch. Jr. 

Ethel May 

Helen 

Augustus C. 

Frances 

1153 

6 573 Retta C. Palsue 



G 




Children 


7 




Cordelia 

William C'ewell 
Benjamin Alton 
Beata 

1154 


6 


574 


James Moharter 


G 




Children 


7 


1445 


William A. 
Gertrude E. 
Edna V. 




1446 


Mamie A. 
Harvev F. 
Eliza J. 
Mvrtle M. 
Yerdi F. 
Charles Edgar 
Rebecca E. 
Bessie S. 

1155 


G 


574 


Louisa Wynings 


G 




Child 


( 




Calvin 



Oct. 1, 1SG9 



May 


31, 


1893 








Aug. 


12, 


, 1901 








Feb. 


28, 


ISGS 








July 


s, 


1894 


Aug. 


8, 


1894 


Sept. 


28, 


1897 

1865 
1900 








Jan. 


10, 


1858 








Jan. 


13, 


1883 








Jan. 


13, 


1885 








Jan. 


31, 


1887 








Nov. 


24, 


1888 








July 


24, 


1892 








Oct. 


24. 


1894 








May 


30, 


1897 








Oct. 


21, 


1863 








July 


27, 


1899 


May 


22 


1900 


Feb. 


27, 


1902 








.June 


15, 


J 903 








May 


10, 


1893 








Mar. 


28, 


1850 








Dec. 


30, 


1880 








June 


: 12, 


1882 


Jan. 


27, 


1892 


A_pril 


- 19, 


1886 


May 


19, 


1886 


July 


22 


1887 








Mar. 


23, 


ISSS 


Feb. 


6. 


1890 


Oct. 


28, 


1891 








Dec. 


10, 


1893 








Mar. 


27 


1894 








Jan. 


15,' 


1S07 


May 


20, 


1898 


Oct 


30. 


1898 








Feb. 


10. 


1902 








Oct. 


28, 


1870 








July 


25. 


1889 









Agnes T. Young 



William Dwire 



Cora French 



Enoch Carver 



Edviin Palsue 



Harriet SchaefCer 
Manei-va Slusser 

Marv. Dietrich 



.John Wynings 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1156 



6 


574 


Nora Bitler 


G 




Child 
Thomas 

1157 


6 


574 


William Moharter 


G 




No children 

1158 


6 


575 


Luciuda E. Davie 


G 




Children 


7 




William D. 




1447 


Cora B. 
George L. 
Ruth C. 
Ralph H. 
Russel C. 

1159 


6 


575 


Mary A. Blank 


G 




Children 


7 




Morris 

Jennie 

George 

Charles 

Gertrude 

Elizabeth 

Wilson 

Hurley Foster 

1180 


6 


575 


Samantha E. Karchner 


G 




Children 


7 




Ethel 
Margaret 



1161 

6 575 Frances B. Cortright 
G Children 

7 Rav B. 
Tillie A. 
Margaret L. 

1162 

6 570 Anna Bishop 
G Child 

7 Elizabeth ,T. 

1163 

G 570 Il.-irry .T. Clewell 
G Children 

7 Harry B. 

Harris O. 



Sept. IG, 1879 
June 1899 

Oct. 28. 1881 

Jan. 6, 18G3 

Mav 27. 1882 
June 2, 1884 
Mar. 9, 1887 
Sept. 4. 1889 
Mar. 17. 1893 
Aug. 15, 1899 

Dec. 4, 18G4 

July 9, 188R 

Nov. 10, 1888 

Mar. 17, 1891 

July 22. 1893 

Mar. 25, 189G 

Dec. 14, 1899 

Feb. G, 1901 

Jan. 18, 1905 

Oct. 20, 1870 



Aug 
Jan. 



Oct. 11, 18GG 

April 28, 1888 
Aug. 2, 1891 



July 29, 1905 
Aug. 11, 1883 
Nov. 29, 1892 



Jan. 10. 1889 



Aug. 29, 1895 



July 26, 1905 



7, 1891 Dec. 28, 189c 
2, 1896 



Nov. 21, 1879 

July 10, 1899 

Mar. 23, 1901 

Feb. 28, 1903 



Feb. 28, 18G5 

Feb. 7, 1896 Infancy 



William Bitler 



Ellen Lewis 



Alexander Davie 
John F. Grove 



Levi Blank 



George E. Karchner 



Sydney Cortright 



Joseph Bishop 



Fannie Harris 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



211 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1164 



6 
G 

7 


576 


Clara M. Kiubrade 

Childi-en 
Margaret 
William Roland 

1165 


Dec. 

Dec. 
Nov. 


18, 

20, 
25, 


1869 

1900 
1903 


6 

G 

7 


576 


Minnie A. Breisch 

Child 
Mary Christine 

1166 


Aug. 
Feb. 


15, 
4, 


1871 
1901 


6 
G 

7 


576 


Olive J. Reitmeyer 

Children 
Marion L. 
Harold Shiffer 

1167 


Oct. 

April 
April 


22, 

10, 

7, 


1875 

1902 
1904 


6 


576 


Theadore W. Clewell 


Sept. 


26, 


1877 



Andrew Kiubrade 



E'rauk Breisch 



George Reitmeyer 



Edith Sweeney 



No childi-en 



1168 



6 

G 


576 


B. Pearle West 
No children 

1169 




Feb. 


li, 


1882 




6 
G 

7 


577 


William H. Clewell 

Childi-en 
Jaspar G. 
Bertha D. 
Lita F. 
Edith E. 
Frank C. 


Oct. 

Feb. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
May 


10, 

6, 
3, 
11, 
25, 

28, 


1867 

1891 Ma 

1892 

1896 

1898 

1901 


r. 29, 1893 






1170 












6 

G 

7 


677 


Charles W. Clewell 

Child 
Raymond F. 


Feb. 
Feb. 


25, 
11, 


1872 
1900 








1171 












6 
G 

7 


578 


Maud Simason 

Child 
Loren 

.1172 




May 

Oct. 


6. 


1879 
1903 




6 

G 

7 


578 


Lervy Clewell 

Child 
Beatris 

1173 




Nov. 
Aug. 


21, 
29, 


1881 
1901 




6 
G 


580 


Henr.y J. Edwa: 
No children 


-ds 


July 


26. 


1874 





George R. West 



Blanche D. Yocum 



Carrie M. Hess 



David Simason 



Milly Smith 



Sarah Vanhowtan 



212 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 








1174 






G 
G 


580 


George S. Edwards 
No children 

1175 


Mar. 9, 


1877 


G 


582 


Ernest M. Clewell 
No children 

1176 


Nov. 11. 


1875 


G 
G 


582 


Lawrence I. Clewell 

Children 
Rollin E. 
Marvin R. 

1177 


Apr. 9. 

April 6, 
Oct. 28, 


1878 

1899 
1900 


6 
G 

7 


583 


Yerdie Kline 

Child 
Pauline E. 

1178 


Nov. 15, 
Mar. 25, 


1877 
1902 


6 
G 


585 


Minnie L. Schaeffer 
No report. 

1179 


.June 28, 


1878 


G 
G 


586 


Anna E. Ray 

No children 

1180 


Feb. 16, 


18S2 


6 
G 


587 


Mary Firey 
No children 

1181 


Dec. 11, 


1881 


6 
G 

7 


5>9 


William H. Opp 

Child 
Harold R. L. 

1182 


Feb. 9. 
.Tune -\. 


1870 
l«9f; 


G 


589 


.Tohn S. Opp 
No children 

1183 


June 18. 


1871 


G 
G 


591 


Milton F. Clewell 

Child 
Boy 

1184 


July 3, 


1877 
1906 


G 


591 


Emily J. Field 
No further information 

1185 


Aug. 17, 
received 


1880 


6 

G 


ri'.)-2 


Charles W. Clewell 
No further information 


Oct. 10, 
received. 


1879 



Died- 



Married to 



Mauie Harnian 



:Mal)el Aul 



Ella A. Currin 



Harry Kline 



J. W. Schaeffer 



John J. Ray 



John Firey 



Mamie Leyrer 



Cora Shover 



Lydia .Tones 



Adam Field 



Jennie Keuimerer 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



Geu 


. No. 


INames 


Born Died 


Married to 






1186 








O 
7 


594 


Artie L. Yoliey 

Cliiltlren 
Ethel May 
Sadie Catharine 
l^essie Irene 

1187 


Aug-. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Oct. 


19, 1875 

13, 1897 
23, 1902 
1, 1903 


Mary Snyder 



G 

7 


597 


Bhmche Richel 

Children 
Clyde 
Alice 

1188 


Mar. 

Mar. 

Oct. 


25, 1881 

2, 1902 
10, 1903 


J. L. Richel 



G 


598 


Bruce ?,Ioyer 
No children 

1L89 


Sept. 


29, 1870 


Bessie Palmer 



G 

7 


599 


Sarah C. Shook 

Children 
Charles Henry 
Anna Mav 
Ruth Ellen 
Florence Amelia 

1190 


April 

Sept. 
Feb. 
June 
Mar. 


27, '1864 

3, 1880 Oct. 3, 1885 
Ki. 1890 

21, 1892 

22, 1894 


P. H. Shook 


G 


599 


Jolin M. Clewell 


Jan. 


27, 1866 


Millie E'senhart 



Has three children but no report was received 



599 



1191 

Anna Conner 

Children 
Lawrence Clewell 
Russel Paul 
Marion Arlington 
Dorothy Ruth 



1192 

599 Mary E. Lonj 
No children 



1193 

6 600 Emma Witinire 
G Children 

7 William F. 
Edna Pearl 

1194 

6 60O Clara Fenstermaker 
G Children 

7 Nt41ie Jeanette 
Paul Nelson 
Coia Ellen 
Randol Clarence 



July 8, 1869 

Feb. 28, 1897 
April 12, 1898 
April 12, 1899 
Feb. 4, 1901 



:May 25, 1875 



Feb.23, 1865 



Dec. 13, 1886 
Oct. 8, 1889 



Jan. 31, 1869 
Jan. 23, 1888 
Dec. 26, 1891 



Feb. 



1892 



Arlington Conner 



Charles E. Long 



David Witmire 



Clement Fenstermaker 



214 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



L>ied 



Married to 



1195 



() 
G 
7 


000 


Whirl H. Sitler 

Cliildreii 
Lee Ronald 
Martha Helen 
Le Anna 

1196 


Dec. 15, 1870 

June 10. 1890 
Oct. 9, 1891 
Aug. 10, 1896 


July 12, 
July 23, 


1890 
1894 


G 


GOO 


Annie E. Nelk 
One Child 

1197 


Dec. 13, 1872 






G 

7 


GOO 


Ellen M. Bowers 

Children 
Rnssel W. 
Rollin R. 
Floyd S. 

1198 


Dec. 8, 1876 

Aug. 7, 1894 
July 20, 1900 
Sept. 20, 1902 






G 


GOO 


Bruce S. Sitler 
No children 

1199 


Dec. 3, 1878 






6 
G 


600 


Bertha F. Bower 
No children 

1200 


Sept. 30, 1885 






G 
G 

7 


GOl 


William H. Clewell 

Child 
Helen Rebecca 

1201 


May 1, 1876 
Dec. 26, 1903 






6 
G 


601 


Jennie M. Mutschler 
No Children 

1202 


Jan. 9, 1883 






6 
G 

7 


602 


Luev L. Meginness 

Child 
Martha 

1203 


July 24, 1870 
Aug. 7, 1891 


Sept. 26. 


1902 


G 

7 


602 


Lillie W. Orme 

Child 
Mildred 

1204 


Sept. 26, 1876 
July 27, 1900 


Aug. 15, 


1902 



G 

7 


603 


Cora Winegarden 

Child 
William Henry 

1205 


Nov. 7, 1878 
Sept. 22, 1892 






G 
7 


610 


Charles A. Roberts 

Children 
Anna May 
Helen Rebecca 


May 10, 18G9 

July 27, 1900 
June 20, 1903 







Carrie Mitchel 



Henry Nelk 



Charles Bower 



Ruth Bittenbeuar 



Warren Bower 



lues Fay Merrill 



A. H. Mutschler 



H. E. Meginnes 



H. I. Orme 



B. G. Winegarden 



Mary Waters 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



215 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married, to 



1206 



6 
G 


610 


Josiali E. Roberls 
No children 

1207 


Aug. 


21, 1871 


6 
G 


610 


Frank H. Roberts 

Children 
Ruth Helen 
Hugh Russel 
Freda Naomi 

1208 


Sept. 

Oct. 
Apr. 
Mar. 


12, 1873 

14, 1889 

6, 1902 

7, 1904 


6 
G 


610 


Andrew R. Roberts 

Children 
Elsie JEva 
James Henry 

1209 


Nov. 

Nov. 
Jan. 


28, 1875 

21, 1900 
14, 1903 


6 
G 

7 


610 


Anna M. Fox 

Child 
Margorie Juan 

1210 


May 
May 


7, 1878 
28, 1904 


6 
G 
7 


611 


William R. Decker 

Children 
xirlene May 
Donald Albin 


Dec. 

Feb. 
June 


23, 1875 

3, 1902 
6, 1904 



Lillian Getzinger 



Marie Shales 



Ida Kieffer 



John Fox, D. D. S. 



Sadie Byerly 



1211 



6 611 Frank Decker 
G Child 

7 Arlington Ray 

1212 

6 615 Lillian V. Ellis 
G Children 

7 Charles A. 
Emmet R. 
Birdalyn 



1213 



6 621 Ellie C. Steckel 
G No children 

1214 

6 621 Harry F. Getter 
G Children 

7 Elenora Esther 
Charles W. H. 
Lydia L. 
Ardis L. 
Barbara D. 



Sept. 6, 1879 

Sept. 1, 1902 Oct. 29, 1902 

Dec. 1, 1875 

July 7, 1899 July 8, 1899 

Apr. 6, 1901 Infancv. 
Jan. 19, 1904 Infancy. 

Dec. 29, 1859 



May 12, 1864 

Mar. 12, 1892 

Nov. 24, 1894 

Feb. 28, 1897 

July 18, 1899 

July 2, 1901 



Mary Fanner 



J. K. Ellis 



Thomas J. Steckel 



Barbara Paul 



216 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Borii 



Died 



Married to 



1215 



1122 Sabilla Rice 
G Cliildren 

7 144S Minnie A. 

Jolin H. 
144D Bertiia M. 

Milton J. 

Jennie M. 

CI if lord 



Sept. 3, 1S75 

Jan. 12, 1877 

Mar. 17, 1878 

June 2ij, 1S80 Mar. 20, 1881 

Feb. 21, 1885 r>ec. 13, 1885 

Dec. 31, 1888 



Josiah J. Uice 
Amandus Fehnel 
Amandus L. Stieets 



1216 



6 622 


Annie Dillard 


Sept. 


2 


1859 


G 


Cniidi-eu 








T 


Henry H. 


Feb. 


5, 


188 1 


1450 


Emma J. 


.Mar. 


20, 


1882 




Oscar 


Mar. 


15. 


1883 


1451 


Stella M. 


June 


H, 


1.S85 




Kalpli H. 


Dec. 


30, 


1894 




Stanley R. 


July 


15. 


1896 




Mozil I. 


Oct. 


2, 


1900 



Richard Dilliard 

Palmer Billheimer 
Oscar Koehler 



1217 



6 622 


Amanda Leh 


Dec. 


24, 


1802 


G 


Cliildren 








V 1452 


Clara Rebecca 


Dec. 


11. 


1882 




Howard Samuel 


May 


23, 


1884 




John George 


Nov. 


15, 


1886 




Milton Alfred 


Jan. 


9, 


1889 




Mabel Ellen 


May 


26, 


1895 


' 


p:va May 


July 


1, 


1897 




Minnie Susie 


May 


9, 


1900 



Cyrus R. Leh 
M. K. McGraw 



1218 



6 023 


Sarah A. Kline 


Dec. 


8, 


1863 


G 


Childi-en 








7 


Emma Jane 


June 


19, 


1884 




Minnie Alice 


Sept. 


1, 


1S-S6 




Benjamin Wilson 


Mar. 


30, 


188S 




Ralph Stephen 


Dec. 


4, 


1890 




Miles Charles 


Oct. 


3, 


1891 




Berdie Sarah 


June 


5, 


1894 




Woody Allen 


J une 


5, 


1894 




Hilda Viola 


Dec. 


11, 


1902 



Benjamin A. Kline 



Nov 



1900 



1219 

Anna M. Strauss 

Children 
Carrie M. 
P^sther P. 
Ralph E. 
Mnrpnerlte A. 



Feb. 26, 18<>4 

Au.er. S, 1,8.88 

Nov. 21. 1894 Dec. 2, 1894 

Feb. 23. 1897 July 4. 1807 

Feb. 5. 1898 



Phaon T. Strauss 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



217 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1220 

t> G23 Minnie A. Hold 
G Cnildren 

7 Charles Arthur 

Emma Augusta 
Carrie Esther 
Walter Harold 
Harry Christian 



Aug. 6, 1876 

Feb. 24. TS9] Sept. 25. 1891 

Feb. 25, 1804 

June 29, 1895 

Mar. 12, 1897 

Nov. 7, 1903 



Lewis Hobl 



1221 

•24 Alice C. Setzer 
Children 
Henry T. 
Russel E. 



Nov. 25, 18(57 



Feb. ]2, 1900 
Jan. 5, 19UI 



Edward Setzer 



1222 



G G24 Ellen E. PoUiett 
G Children 

7 Bessie 

Charles 

Edward 



1223 

624 Amelia Huber 
Children 
Elta E. 
Harold G. 
Beatrice K. 



May 19, 1873 



May IG, 1876 

April 26, 1890 
Sept. 1, 1901 
Mar. 24, 1904 



Edward Polliett 



Vincent R. Huber 



1224 

6 624 Robert W. Clewell 
G Children 



Mar. 27, 1882 



7 


Hattie M. 


.Jan. 


12, 


1902 


Feb. 


6, 


1902 




Ellwiood F. 


Dec. 


30, 


1903 










1225 














6 


626 George N. Eckrote 


Oct. 


14, 


18(S 








G 


Children 














7 


Mary Johanna 


Mar. 


19, 


1800 










Esther Elizabeth 


Nov. 


9, 


1891 


Nov. 


10, 


1891 




Estlier Ann 


Apr. 


11, 


1893 


Apr. 


19, 


1897 




Clara Ellen 


Aug. 


30, 


1894 










Catherine Emily 


Oct. 


26, 


1896 










Alice Ann 


June 


23, 


1899 










1226 














6 


626 Alonzo P. Eckrote 


Feb. 


10, 


1866 








G 


Children 














7 


James Frederick 


T>ec. 


26, 


1885 










Minor Lloyd 


July 


16. 


18,88 










Mary Elemora 


July 


IS. 


1890 










Susan May 


Sept. 


27. 


1892 


Tune 


2(\ 


1893 




Georare Henry 


Aug. 


3. 


1895 










Ida Bertha 


May 


24, 


1898 










Myrtie Elizabeth 


Oct. 


29, 


1900 









Nettie Weiner 



Catherine F. Curboy 



Maria E. Gruver 



218 



GENEA1.0GY OF 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 




Died 


Mari;ied to 




1227 












tJ G2G 
G 


HaiTy Dreisbach 
No children 

1228 


May 


IS. 


1875 




Annie Campbell 


G G27 
G 


Bessie Kay 
No cliildren 

1229 


Mar. 


25, 


1881 




J ohn Kay 


6 628 
G 


William Clewell 

Cbildi-en 
John Franklin 
Robert 


Dee. 

July 
Mar. 


15. 


1879 

19<)0 
1903 




Gertrude Aehers 



1230 

G G2S Minnie Cudlip 
G No children 



Mar. 21. 1883 



Samuel Cudlip 



1231 

G G2S Cora Riehl 
6 No children 







1232 




G 


G34 


Sarah C. Dieter 


G 




No children 






1233 




G 


G84 


Catharine 


Oplinger 


G 




Children 




7 


1453 


"Walter W. 






1454 


Edith E. 
Jennie J. 
Carrie C. 
Kate A. 
Anne L. 
Charles D. 
Roy R. 
Floyd F. 

1234 




(; 


G84 


Samuel C. 


Clewell 


G 




Children 




7 


1455 


Mamie S. 

Gertie 

Elsie 

1235 




(') 


(«4 


R()1)ert ^^•. 


Clewell 


a 




Children 




t 


1-1 5(; 


Cora 






1457 


Edwin 

Howard 

Eva 






1458 


Stella 
Clara 






1590 


Kobert A. 
Minnie W. 
Asher A. 
Arthur F. 





Oct. 12, 1887 



Jan. 



1854 



William H. Riehl 



Charles Dieter 



Reuben Oplinger 



Oct. 


17. 


1874 






Annie Lerch 


Se])t. 


22. 


187G 






Walter C. Dech 


Apr. 


27, 


1878 


Dec. 24, 


1885 




Apr. 


19, 


1880 


Sept. 3, 


1881 




Aug. 


19, 


1883 


Jan. 


1892 




Apr. 


23, 


188G 


Jan. 


1892 




Sept. 


19. 


1887 


Jan. 


1892 




July 


IG. 


1891 


Jan. 


1S92 




June 


-, 


1898 








Mar. 




1855 


Oct. 5, 


1884 


Kate Bossard 


June 


14, 


1879 






William Smith 



3, 1858 



Harriet Markle 



Dec. 


29. 


1874 






Robert Lightcap 


Oct. 


17. 


T87G 






INlinnie Berger 


July 


25. 


1878 


Aug. 


9. 1880 




Nov. 


18. 


1880 


Mav 


7. 1890 




Oct. 


S. 


1882 






Calvin Stout 


Apr. 


2!i. 


1884 


Feb. 


7. 1888 




Aug. 


17. 


188(> 






Fannie J. Lewis 


Jan. 


3. 


1889 








Apr. 


3. 


1891 








Julv 


2 


1894 









THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



219 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1236 

6 634 M. Asher Clewell 
G No children 

1237 

G 0.34 Ella (Ecker) Karsch 

G Children 

7 Hovi^ard 
Eddie 
Mark 
Clarence 

1238 

G 634 John Clewell 

G No report received 

1239 

6 6:;4 Rev. Theodore Clewell 
G No children 



1240 



6 


635 


Khoda C. Daniel 


G 




Children 


7 




Marvlu 

Grace 

Avery 

Luna 

Cait 

Lester 

1241 


6 


6,35 


Susan A. Teague 


G 




Child 


7 




Earsley 
1242 


6 


635 


Martha E. Sink 


G 




Children 


7 




Joseph E. 
Harvey R. 
Delia M. 
Hubert 

1243 


C} 


635 


Minnie E. Flors 


G 




Children 


' 




Horae A. 
Ella S. 
Percy L. 



1244 

6 637 Dora V. Money 
G Children 

7 Marvin Roy 
Sallie F. 



Jan. 2, ISfK) 



Alice Brensinger 



Sept. 36, 1864 Feb. 14, 1902 j Robert Ecker 

karsch 



1902 ( Robert I 
1 Ka 



Nov. 5, 1883 Nov. 5, 1893 

,Tan. 5, 1S85 

Sept. 3, 1892 

Feb. 14, 1894 



July 31, 1877 



Sept. 4, 1869 



Jan. 27. 1871 



Au-. 23. 1874 



Juno 3. 1878 



May 6, 1866 



:\rav 7. 1895 
Apr. 3. 1903 



Hattie Shively 



Clara Deibert 



•John W. Daniel 



William Teayne 



James A. Sink 



Mankin A. Flora 



Thomas H. Money 



220 



GENEALOGY OF 



3eu. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1245 

Sidney 8. Johnsou 

Childreu 
Aunie Myrthle 
Teddy Roosevelt 
Grady Monroe 
Gurney \Vilson 



Not. 



iS(V 



Dee. 8. 18!>7 

Aug. S), lvOi» 

Nov. 24. 1901 

Mar. 13, 1903 



Ida J. Money 



1246 

037 Charles C. Johnson 
Childreu 
Pearlie M. A. 
Mattie Virginia 
Collie May 
Benlah Thelma 



.June 19. 1871 

Apr. 23. 1897 
June 19, 1S99 
July 23, 1902 
Nov. 11, 1905 



Nancy C. Money 



031 



1247 

James AV. 
Children 
Addie M. 
AVilliam B. 
Earl C. 
Ernest 
Veona 



Johnson 



Feb. 22, 1873 

Aug. 1. 1900 

Jan. 10. 1902 

July 16, 1903 

July 19. 1905 

July 19, 1905 



Lillie Salmous 



Feb. 3. 1902 



Oct. 



1905 



1248 



G GSl Clara M. A. Dobbins 
G No children 



June 11, 1882 



William P. Dobbins 



1249 



6 038 Minnie B. Mahaffey 
G Children 



Feb. 0. 1874 



Prof. A. M. Mahaffey 



Dale Sylvester . 


Sept. 


29. 


1894 


Vug. 


19. 1S96 




Josephine 


Sept. 


15, 


1900 








1250 














1) .Sai'ah E. Strupe 


Aug. 


20. 


1857 






Edward Stri 


Children 














Carrie 


Mar. 


11, 


1878 








Willie 


Deo. 


1. 


1879 


Sept. 


19, 1881 




Charlie 


Mar. 


22, 


1882 








Carlos 


Oer. 


31. 


TSS4 








1251 














1) Adelia Cook 


Sept. 


13, 


1859 






Frank Cook 


Children 














Carl 


June 


^, 


1889 








Fannie 


Apr. 


21. 


1891 


Nov. 


1891 




William 


Sept. 


18, 


1892 








Joseph 


Mav 


2, 


1897 


July 


1897 




ITarrv 


Aug. 


9'. 


18! 18 








R..bert 


Aug. 


10. 


1900 








Thomas 


Mav 


29, 


1905 









THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



221 



Gen 


I. No, 


Names 


Born 


L 


Died 






1252 










G 


G39 


Charles W. 


Cooper 


Feb. 13, 


18G2 




G 




Children 














Thomas W. 
Annie 
William C. 

1253 




July 
Nov. 14, 
Oct. 


1897 
1900 
19U2 




t> 


G39 


Thomas R. 


Cooper 


May 15, 


1866 




»j 




Children 














Louise 
Carlos 

1254 




Nov. 7, 
Feb. 


1897 
1901 




6 


639 


William A. 


Cooper 


Miay 28, 


1868 




G 




Children 










7 




Nina 
Lula 
Carrie 
William A. 

1255 




Sept. 
r^ept. 
Ang. 
IMay 


1891 
1893 
1899 
1905 




6 


639 


Fannie E. Jenkins 


Oct. 29, 


1870 




G 




Children 














Grace 

Gladys 

Ruth 

Thomas 

Fannie 

Sarah E. 

1256 




May 

Oct. 

Sept. 
June, 


1892 
1893 
1897 
1899 
1902 
1905 




G 


640 


Roswell L. 


Womach 


Sept. 22, 


1SG7 




G 




Children 










7 




Lucile 
Frances 

1257 










G 


640 


Mary T. Br 


own 


Jan. 13, 


187G 




G 




Children 










7 




Ethel M. 
Ruth E. 

1258 










G 


648 


Sarah Jones 




Sept. 2G. 


1859 




G 




Child 










7 




Roy H. 

1259 




Jan. 11, 


1905 




G 


655 


I'hebe Holder 


Apr. 2. 


1874 




G 




Children 
Raymond. D 




Aug. 27, 


1893 








Beatus 




July 10, 


1894 


Infancy. 






Eunice 




July 13, 


18!>5 


Sept. 4, 1895 






Annise 




July 13, 


1895 


Sept. 12. 1895 



Married to 



Beulah Wright 



Ellie Strupe 



Lula Joyce 



Rev. J. T. Jenki 



Anna Spaugh 



Walter F. Brown 



Thomas Jones 



Ale.xander Holder 



222 



GENEALOGY OF 



G^n. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1260 



G 


65G 


Dora M. Click 


Aug. 


23, 1SG7 


G 




Children 








7 




Unna E. 




Feb. 


2.3, 1S07 






Paul M. 




May 


23, 1903 






1261 








6 


656 


Letba M. 


Essex 


July 


IS, 1871 


G 




Children 








7 




Leonard A. 




Jan. 


29, 1900 






Joseph T. 




June 


10, 1901 






Ethel P. 




Jan. 


23, 19U4 






Homer F. 




June 


25. 1905 






1262 








G 


656 


Emma I. Carter 


Dec. 


.5, 1872 


G 




Childi-en 








7 




Floyd M. 




Sept. 


3, i892 






Ruth J. 




Jan. 


12, 1894 






Martha E. 




Feb. 


22, 1900 






Richard N. 




Oct. 


2, 1901 






1263 








6 


666 


John W. Miller 


Mar. 


25. 1873 


6 


656 


Carrie A. Miller 


.Ian. 


27, 1874 



G Children 

7 Freeda M. 

Harold J. 

1264 

6 656 Edward M. Hitchcock 

G No Children 

1265 

6 656 Arthur T. Hitchcock 
G Child 

7 Thelma 

1266 

6 656 Alvin Hitchcock 
G Childi-en 

7 Mildred M. 
Carl F. 



Sept. 29, 1897 

Oct. 22, 1901 Nov. 13, 1902 



JSept. 13, 1877 



Mar. 27, 1879 
Dec. 18, 1904 



July 26, 1880 



Marion Click 



Albert L. Essex 



Joseph 'A. Carter 



Carrie Hitchcock 
John W. Miller 



( Abbie A. Lathrop 
t Jessie Evans 



Martha Herson 



Ella Wasson 



Dec. 4, 1901 Dec. 15, 1901 
Feb. 22, 1903 



1267 



6 
G 


6.56 Bertha A. 
Child 
Wayne E. 

1268 


Robertson 


Aug-. 
Aj.r. 


3, 1883 
(i. 1905 


6 

G 


6.56 Lena P. Bar 
Child 
Charles S. 


nes 


Nov. 
Oct. 


20. 1SS4 
G. 1905 



Joseph W. Piobertsou 



John W. Barnes 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



223 



Gen. No 


Names 


Born 






1269 






6 (JoT 
G 


Slieinau M. Hitchcock 

Child 
Beatrice M. 

1270 


May 13. 
May 


1873 

1895 


6 058 
G 

7 


George P. Hitchcocli 

Child 
Roland E. 

1271 


Nov. 10. 
Mar. 11, 


1873 

inoG 


U G5S 
G 

7 


Elmer E. Hitchcock 

Child 
Roy 


Aug. IS, 
July 29, 


18S2 
1904 



Died 



Married to 



Anna Scott 



Eliza J. Shepard 



Etfie M. Miller 



G58 



1272 

Nellie M. Mulry 
Children 



Nov. 9, 1SS4 



7 




Lawrence Albert 
Raymond Sanford 


Oct. 
June 


10, 
19, 


1903 
1905 






1273 








G 

7 


063 


Rosa E. Byerly 

Child 
Thelma Estella 

1274 


Oct. 
Dec. 


17, 
6, 


1881 
1904 


6 
G 

7 


064 


Ens'enia Ballard 

Children 
Fred 
Horace 

1275 


Dec. 

Sept. 
Feb. 


4, 

16, 

20, 


1875 

1908 
1905 


6 
G 

7 


664 


Carrie Nowles 

Children 
Corene 
^Vinslow 
Louise 

1276 


Jan. 

Dec. 
Apr. 
Dec. 


6, 

3. 
10. 


1877 

1897 
19tt0 
1003 


6 
G 

7 


6(J4 


James Smith 

Child 
Addie 

1277 


Dec. 


1. 


1879 
1904 


G 


(>C)6 


John W. Miller 

■ For his family see 

1278 


Mar. 
(1263) 


25, 


1873 


G 

7 


(j(U) 


Maud R. Norris 

Children 
Helen Joan 
Harry Fay 
A Girl 


Mar. 

Aug. 
Nov. 
Apr. 


11, 

14. 

12. 

9. 


1874 

1899 
1901 
1906 



Oct. 



1905 



Lawrence Mulry 



B. B. Byerly 



Euclid Ballard 



George Knowles 



Ula Keever 



Carrie A. Hitchcock 



Roy Norris 



224 



GENEALOGY OP 



Gen 


. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 






1279 












6 
G 
7 


666 


Ora E. Bowman 

Children 
Richard S. 
Charles W. 
Terry W. 

1280 


Dee. 16. 

Mar. 12, 
Aug. 7, 
Dec. 31, 


1878 

1898 
1899 
19CK2 


Sept. 17, 


1899 


Joseph Bowman 


6 
G 

7 


666 


Arthur G. P. Miller 

Child 
Claud Oranzo 

1281 


Apr. 3. 
Nov. 18. 


1880 
1904 






Flora ^Murphy 


6 
G 

7 


666 


Anna E. Stepp 

Children 
Son 
Margaret P. 

3282 


June 20, 

Feb. 14, 
Jan. 6, 


1883 

1902 
1906 


Feb. ]5, 


1902 


David Stepp 


6 
G 


667 


Cora D. Slawson 
No Children 

1283 


Feb. 29. 


1868 






A. G. Slawson 


6 
G 

7 


667 


Nellie G. Ewers 

Children 
Ralph M. 
Bessie M. 

1284 


Sept. 16. 

Apr. 10, 
Jan. 8, 


1875 

1896 
1898 






John T. Ewers 


6 
G 

7 


667 


Philip S. Tolle 

Children 
Bonny Eloise 
Philip Eugene 

1285 


Sept. 2. 

Oct. 5, 
Oct. 30, 


1880 

1903 
1905 


Feb. 8, 


1906 


Nettie Rigsby 


6 
G 


672 


Mellie Rosenbush 

Children- 
Lea 
Plorence 

1286 


July 21. 

Feb. 3, 
Dec. 9. 


1878 

1903 
19^)5 






Harry Rosenbush 


6 
G 

7 


673 


Pranlilin Rominger 

Children 
Glenn 
Charlotte 


Dee. 22, 


1876 

1902 
1904 






Lucy Wiutersburg 



1287 



G 


675 


Horn CO A. Luckenbach 
No cliildrcn 

1288 


Oct. 1. 1864 


6 
G 


675 


Kathaline A. Stratford 

('hlldren 
Herbert R. 
Kathleen E. 


June 12. 1872 



Libbie O. Slough 



Herbert Stratford 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



225 



Geu 


. No. 


Names 


Born 




Died 




Married to 




1289 










• 




6 
G 


(>7(i 


Edgar L. Doster 
No Childi-en 

1290 


.Tan. 


18. 


1858 








G 
G 


676 


Robert 0. Doster 
No report received for 


Feb. 
this : 


23, 1802 
famUy. 






Anna Bodine 






1291 














6 
G 


076 


Mary P. West 
No report received. 

1292 


Apr. 


23, 


1864 






Ben.iamin P. West 


6 
G 

7 


676 


A. Estella Boyle 

Child 
Doris Melville 

1293 


May 
Apr. 


3, 
4, 


1877 
1905 






Dr. Morris P. Boyle 


6 
G 


677 


Harry Luckenbach 

Child 
Harry Loraine 

1294 


June 


12, 


1896 






Thelka Gottesleben 


6 
G 

7 


677 


Albert M. Rihe 

Child 
Florence M. 

1295 


June 
Mar. 


14, 

18, 


1871 

1898 


Dec. 8, 


1898 


Emma Sniffln 


6 
G 

7 


680 


Franklin L. Luckenbach 

Children 
Agues Amelia 
Ernest Franklin 

1296 


Sept. 
Dee. 

Aug. 


18. 
17, 


1804 

1887 
1889 


Mar.' 29, 


1895 


Amanda Stern 


6 
G 

7 


680 


Charles E. Luckenbach 

Children 
Bessie A. 
Ravmond E. 
Charles E. 
Russell L. 

1297 


May 

July 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Jan. 


26, 

17, 

26, 

5, 

19, 


1866 

1889 
1891 
1893 
1896 


Apr. 5. 
May 16, 


1890 
1891 


Mary E. Renner 


(3 

G 

7 


680 


Caroline M. Ranch 

Children 
Anna Sophia 
Esther INIabel 
Herbert Henry 
Clarence Frederick 

1298 


Sept. 

:\rar. 

Jan. 
:\Ira. 
June 


18, 

16. 
10. 
13. 
10. 


1868 

1889 
1894 
1896 
1898 


July 18, 


1896 


Oscar Ranch 


6 
G 

7 


680 


Ida V. Smith 

Children 
Marguerite 
Howard 


Oct. 

Apr. 
Oct. 


28, 
IS,' 


1870 

1806 
1899 






Walter Smith 



226 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1299 

680 George A. Luckeubacb 
No Cbildi'en 



May 20, 1878 



Elizabeth W:ini 



1300 

6 681 Rev. Leon G. Luclienbach Jan. -30. 1871 
G Cliildren 

7 Rachel S. May r>, 1898 
Louise E. Apr. 11. 1000 
Dorothy F. July 20, 1902 
Leon (ileor.sre Jr. Feb. 7, 1905 
Daniel Julius Feb. 7. 1905 



Frances Stubbins 



1301 

681 Harry W. Luckenbach 
G Childi-en 

7 Harry AV. Jr. " 

Ruth E. 

1302 

6 G84 Gertrude Masland 
G Children 

7 Annetta R. 
Marion W. 
Harvey C. 
.lean C. 

1303 

6 684 Owen F. Luckenbacli 
G Child 

7 Owen Augustus Lines 



Sept. 12. 1874 



Jan. 2.3, 1899 
Apr. i; 1900 



Jan. 



1868 



Sept. 28. 1896 

Jan. 2, 1899 

Mar. 16, 1901 

Oct. 20, 1902 



Oct. 8, 1871 
Oct. 20, 1902 



Elizabeth Reeder 



Dr. H. C. Masland 



Helen Lines 



1304 

688 Ethel McCain 
Children 
Katliarine Louisa 
Robert Benton 

1305 

{]88 Marion Fulton 
Children 
Albert Eondthaler 
Marion Elizabeth 

1306 

688 William D. Rondthaler 
No Children 

1307 



July 25, 1871 



:Mar. 1, 1899 
:Mar. 17, 1903 



Feb. 1, 1874 



Oct. 4, 1902 
Nov. 21, 1904 



Dee. 7. 1877 



6 6 


89 Adeline E. Hammann 


Dec. 


20. 


1.871 


(J 


Children 








t 


Elizabeth C. 


Sept. 


10, 


1895 




John S. K. 


Mar. 


12, 


1899 




Henry P. 


:\Iar. 


12, 


1899 



Arthur A. McCain 



Rev. A. C. Fulton 



Adele :Sl. MvCoWoui 



F. E. Hammann 



THE OLEWELL FAMILY. 



227 



Jen. No. 



1308 

689 Margaret K. Morris 
Cliildreu 
John S. 
Frances 



1309 

6 GS9 Helen L. MeClain 
G Child 

7 Frederick 



1310 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



May 24, 1873 



Mar. 1, 1901 
Dec. 0, ISXW 



.Tan. 13, 1880 
Nov. 2, 1908 



Mar. 5. 1901 



Henry T. Morris 



Fred T. McClaiu 



091 Henry A. Kranse 

G Child 

7 Leonard Roberts 



:May 30, 1860 
Oct. 20, 1902 



May Etta C. Roberts 



1311 



6 091 Engene F. Kranse 
G No Children 



Cora Hackman 



1312 



691 Edward J. Kranse 

Children 'first wife) 
Hortensia Elizabeth 
Albert Edward 
Nina Lee 
Beatns 
Peranlo 
Edward John 
Sarah Coleman 
With (second wife) 
Coleman Lee 
Edward .John Jr. 



/ Sarah C. Lee 
1 Nina M. Lee 



Ang. 27. 1882 

Sept. 13. 1884 

Oct. 3. 1SS7 

Oct. 11. 188.8 

Dec. 5. 1889 

Mar. 26, 1892 

INIar. 26. 1892 

Miar. 25, 1901 

Oct. -ii^ 1902 



Oct. 12, 18S8 

Mar. 28, 1802 

July 10, 1S92 

Dec. 27, 1905 



1313 

6 691 Elizabeth A. Schwarze Noy. 27. 1864 Mar. 10, 1901 Rev. W. N. Schvvarze 

G No Children 



1314 

6 049 Ellen M. (Becker) Oct. 5. 1860 

Ziegler 
G Children (first wife) 

7 1459 Florence E. Jnne 9, 18.81 

Georg-e D. Becker Aug. 30, 1883 



f Dr. George Becker 
\ Jacob Ziegler 



Morris Fisher 



228 




GENEALOGY OF 




Gren. No. 


Names 


Born Died 


Married to 


U G95 

G 


1315 

Allen Lewis 
Children 


Feb. 10, 18G0 


Vesta Klotz 



7 Louise Ellen 

Mary Elizabeth 
Marie Ruth 
William Clayton A. 
Homer Convei"se 
Julia Florence 
Allen Klotz 
Beatus 

Clifford Horace 
Calvin Samuel 
James Milton 
Catharine Smoyer 

1316 

6 695 Matilda Mental 
G Child 

7 1460 Alavesta V. 



695 



695 



1317 

Mary Straubel 

Children 
Florence M. L. 
Percy F. 
Charles C. 
Arthur B. 
Ernest M, 

1318 

Fannie O. Smith 

Children 
Charles Franklin 
George Henry 
Lottie May 
Harry James 
Dorothy Ellen 
Myrtle Helen 



July 23, 


1884 


Apr. 


9, 18 


June 8, 


1SS(> 






Sept. 8, 


1888 






June ;'.0, 


1890 






Oct. 21, 


1891 






Oct. 8, 


1892 






Nov. 8, 


1894 






July 5, 


1898 


July 


6. 18 


Oct. 22, 


1899 






Oct. 6, 


1901 


July 


14, 190 


Oct. 26, 


1902 






Dec. 19, 


1903 


Jan. 


9. 19 


Mar. 12, 


1862 






Nov. 30, 


1884 







Apr. 8, 1869 



Frank :Mental 
Henry C. Krier 



Charles Straubel 



Mar. 


7, 


1888 








June 


14, 


1890 








Dec. 


31. 


1893 


May 


1. 


1902 


Dec. 


31, 


1893 


Jan. 


9, 


1894 


July 


14, 


1900 








Nov. 


28, 


1871 








Mav 


14. 


1890 


Sept. 




1890 


Apr. 


14, 


1894 


July 




1894 


Mav 


27, 


1897 








Mar. 


6, 


1899 


Nov. 


23, 


1900 


Mav 


13, 


1902 








Feb. 


6. 


1904 









Charles J, Smith 



1319 

6 695 Clara Smith 
G Children 

7 Helen B. 
Plarold D. 
William A. 
Beatus 
Thomas J. 
Ernest M. 



695 



1320 

Annie T. Halteman 
Children 
Charles Alfred 
Earl Samuel 
Ellen Matilda 
Edith Florence 



Jan. 5. 1874 

June 7. 18V)2 

A(pr. 17, -[Sm 

Feb. 2. 1900 

Feb. 2, 1900 

Jan. 19, 1902 

Nov. 26, 1903 



July 12. 1879 

Sept. 22. 1896 

Mai-. 10. 10(10 

Jan. 25, 1903 

:Mar. 8, 1904 



Thomas Smith 



Mar. 18, 1900 



Tilghman A. Hallei 



Feb. 10, 1903 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



229 



No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



096 



1321 

Edwin A. Beuner 

Cliildren 
Stanley Edwin 
Daisy May 
George F. 
Edwin Tliomas 
Esther Emma 
Mary Verna 



Nov. 22, 1863 

Mav 21, 1883 

.miy 10, 188i 

Sept. 18, 1885 

Dec. 23. 1880 

Ang. 19. 1888 

.July 23. 1891 



:Mary Vogel 



.July 23. ISSC. 
Mar. 10, 1887 



G9(> 



1322 

Thomas W. 

Children 
Susan L. 
Miary L. 



Ang. 12, 18TC. 

Feb. <^ 1900 
July 9, 1902 



Mary R. McMullen 



697 



1323 

Addie E. Wohibach 

Children 
Helen E. 

Sadie Adel 
Rnth Emily 
Herman Aline 
Ethel Ellen 



Oct. 29, 18(18 

Feb. 27, 1888 

Nov. 21, 1890 

Nov. 21, 1892 

Oct. 8. 1894 

Nov. 2.5. 189G 



George Wohibach 



1324 

(\[)1 Lizzie R. Eastman 
Children 
Norman 
Raymond 
"Warren A. 
Weida 
Rollin 
Harold 



Nov. 22 1872 

Mar. 17, 1892 

Dec. 13, 1894 

May 31, 1895 

Oct. 11. 1898 

Nov. ■ 5, 1899 

.Tune 9. 1901 



Edwin Eastman 



July 29. 1892 

.Tuly 27. 1899 
Sept. G. 1902 



1325 

Emma jSI. Oerter 

Child 
Catharine Huebener 



Dec. 12. 1874 
Tune 17. 1903 



Edmond Oerter 



1326 

Charles J. Smith 

Children 
Edith O. 
Miriam A. 



1327 

699 Minerva Y. Kichline 
Children 
Marion 

Mildred Esther 
Wesley Merritt 



Sept. 4, 1866 



Feb. 
May 


IG. 

:)0. 


1892 
1901 


Oct. 


1, 


1872 


Sept. 
Oct. 
June 


9, 
11, 


1S92 
185M 
1900 



Emma S. Knadier 



Amos Kichline 



230 


GENEALOGY OF 




Gen. No. Names 


Born Died 


Married to 


1328 

a 609 Stella M. Boj^er 

G Child 

7 John Henry 


Dec. 15, 1873 
Dee. 17. 1894 


Rev. W. H. Boyer 



1329 



G 
7 


(•.99 


Anna A. Egbert 

Child 
Dorothy Jeanette 

1330 


.Alar. 
May 


13, 
12, 


18S0 
1901 


G 


700 


Caroline A. Henry 
No Children 

1331 


Nov. 


9, 


1877 


6 

G 
7 


700 


Ella L. Seip 

Children 
Uussel Albert 
Walter Franklin 

1332 


Nov. 

Oct. 
Mar. 


17, 

14. 
17. 


1878 

1800 

1808 


G 


700 


Virginia 0. Jones 
No Children 

1333 


Apr. 


27, 


1883 



G 


704 


Wilson D. Keck 
No Children 

1334 


Mar. 


], 


1873 


G 


704 


Edwin F. Keck 
Children 


Apr. 


2 


1877 







Kathryn Estella 
Anna Ruth 
George Edwin 
LeRoy Lukens 

1335 


Oct. 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 


30, 

29. 

7. 

20. 


1896 
180S 
1901 
1903 



G 

7 


704 


Lillian :\I. Lewis 

Children 
Robert ^Morris 
William Henry 

1336 


Jan. 

Oct. 

Nov. 


2€>, 

14, 
20, 


1879 

1901 
1904 


G 


710 


H. Claude Weidner 

Children 
Marion 
Frances 

1337 


Feb. 

Dec. 
Sept 


12, 

5. 
21, 


1877 

1901 
1904 



G 

7 


715 


Frank G. Fogel 

Child 
Annie Catharine 


July 
Dec. 


5, 
20, 


1877 
1905 



Elmer Egbert 



Charles Henry 



George Seip 



William T. Jones 



Lillie Irene Zearfoss 



Clai'a M. Lukens 



Frank B. Lewis 



Sadie Buehecker 



.Jennie R. Beers 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



231 



Glen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1338 

(> 71C> William A. Sterner 
G No Children 

1339 

TiCt Stella L. Eigelberger 
Child 
Earl Raymond 

1340 

717 Harrv A. Earick 
Child 
Georgianna 

1341 

717 Alvin R. Earick 
Child 
Everet 

1342 

72(j Carrie U. Cory 
G Children 

7 ISIabel J. 

Maynard S. 

1343 

G 72(5 Sanford D. Bordner 
G Child 

7 Wilson 

1344 

G 733 William C. Yreeland 
G No children 

1345 

G 733 Jesse R. Vreeland 
G Children 

7 Hazel 

Clayton C. 

1346 

G 737 David A. Gonid 

G Child 

T Helen May 

1347 

6 737 Helen A. Hall 
G Children 

7 Emily Gertrude 
Benjamin Richard 
William Gould 



Jan. G, 1S72 

Sept. 19. 1874 
Nov. 14, 1898 

Dec. 27. 1870 
Aug. 8, 1903 

Sept. 5, 1874 

Oct. 31, isr.G 

Feb. 1, 1892 Aug. G. 18!>4 
Sept. 4, 1891 

July 12, 1875 
■Tulv 30. 1903 



June 10, 1869 



:\Iay 9, 187G 

Apr. 9, 1890 
:\lar. 3, 1898 



Mar. 4. 1871 
Apr. 1, 1899 



Dec. 1G, 1872 

June 29, 1895 
Aug. 5. 1899 
Jan. 13, 1902 



Violet Mary Pierce 



Freeman Eigelberger 



Millie George 



Estella Meyers 



J. S. Corry 



Anna Peck 



Helen E. Young 



Hattie A. Trexler 



Netta E. Whitbread 



Benjamin R. Hall 



232 



GENJiALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1348 






T3S 


Eliva M. Berry 


G 




Children 






Erma Avesta 
Lewis Jerome 

1349 


(> 


742 


:\Iorris G. Bishop 


(4 




Children 


7 




Henry M. 

Beatns 
George W. 



Jan. 



Dec. l."), ISOO 
Jan. oO. 1902 



May S, 1871 



July 24, 1897 Aug. 11, 1897 
Sept. 23, 1898 Oct. 6, 1898 
Nov. 25, 1899 



Chester Berry 



Annie E. Musselman 



1350 

6 740 Evelyn J. Sherman 
G Child 

7 Evelyn G. 



1351 

746 Ellen A. Cuff 
Children 
Harold B. 
Doris A. 



May 20, 1809 
Mar. 8, 1894 



Oct. 



1872 



May 1, 1897 
Dec. 1898 



George W. Sherman 



George W. Cuff 



1352 

6 746 Robert A. Bless 
G No Children 



May 11, 1879 



Jeanette Fearn 



1353 

6 747 Carrie E. Williams 
G No Children 



Aug. 17. 1881 



David Williams 



1354 

6 752 Frank P. Schantz 
G Children 



May 9. 1875 



7 




Francis E. 
Charles Goranfio 
Franklin- P. 


Nov. 
Nov 
May 


30, 
19 
29, 


189(J 
1898 
1902 






1355 









(J 
7 


752 


Howard B. Schantz 

Children 
Joyce P. 
Clifford H. 
George B. 

1356 


Dee. 

Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


18, 

20. 
18, 
24. 


1878 

1897 
1899 
1901 


(; 
G 


75.'> 


Paul D. Pearson 
No report 

1357 






1872 


6 


756 


Herman J. Schneller 


Feb 


4. 


1882 



Sallie Goran flo 



Lizzie Brick 



Nellie Morris 



Hattie M. Sensonl)ach 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



233 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1358 

Sarah Jane Wilson 

Cliildren 
Dr. Raymond William 
Gertrude Estella 
Jessie May 
Grace Rickert 
Anna Irene 
David Earl 
Robert Charles 



Dec. 24, 1859 

June y, ISSl 

Sept. 12, 18S;i 

Nov. 14, 1885 

May 7, 1888 

June 35, 1890 

May 3, 1898 

Feb. 21, 1901 



John H. Wilson 



Aug. 15, 1889 
Nov. 2, 189(5 



1359 

rss William U. Weiser 
No Children 



Sept. 20, 



Ida Whitesell 



1360 

TOO Stella M. Blumenshine 
Children 
Frank L. 
Arthur D. 

1361 

7<;0 Ella A. Melviu 
Child 
Edson 

1362 

706 Emma E. Umstead 
Children 
Carrie Elizabeth 
Charles William 
Alice Estella 

1363 

770 Edward Hower 
No Childi-en 

1364 

777 William H. George 

Child 
Ada B. 

1365 

778 Katie G. Reilly 

Child 
Florence Frances 

1366 

778 Mary E. McNerney 
Childi-en 
Walter Thomas 
Gertrude Mary 
May Clewell 



1808 



June 12, 1889 
Aug. 29, 1891 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1899 



Oct. 



1878 



Sept. 11, 1896 
Oct. 1897 
Nov. 14, 1899 



May 22, 1882 

Sept. 28, 1867 

Aug. 21, 1897 

Dec. 17, 1872 

Feb. 14, 1896 



Sept. 



1874 



Henry Blumenshine 



E. D. Melvin 



Charles Umstead 



Elsie Frey 



Minnie B. Kolb 



Philip Reilly 



John McNerney 



Dec. 24, 1897 
July 25, 1899 



234 GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. Names Born Died Married to 







1367 








(*> 
(i 
7 


77!) 


.Joliu G. Clawell 

Cliiklreii 
Edna 
Daniel 

1368 


July 

Sept. 
Sept. 


2.-)'. 


1875 
1807 


G 


77;i 


Clara 0. Robbins 
No Children 

1369 


■Line 


1. 


1SS3 




7S,S 


James P. Audi'ews 

CiiiUlren 
Frank .1. 
Anna 

1370 


:nov. 

Auii-. 
Feb. 


28. 


1875 

isiii; 
ij)()« 


('. 


788 


Anuie Lilly 


Dec. 


22, 


1S7S 



IMinnie Hellings 



Edwin C. Il()l)b:nf 



Enuna Repsher 



William Lilly 
•en 

1371 

G 789 Anna A. Memmert Dee-. U, 1885 Wilfred R. MemmerT 

G Child 

1 Rnssel W. -Tnne 15. 1!XI5 

1372 

»•) 814 Daisy L. Kinney Dec. 27, 1871 Williani Kinney 

(; Children 

7 Wniiam T. R. Fel). 1. ISOU 

Ada S. Sept. 4, 1898 

Charles A. Jan. 15, 1900 May 10. 19(X» 

Evelyn Louisa July 28, 1900 

1373 

814 Clinton C. Steiner Mar. 21. 1870 Allierta Miller 

G Children 

7 TTna O. ^^lar. 11. 191)2 

Thelma Salome P. May 28. lOitC, 

. 1374 

814 INIary E. Rickenbach Dec. 10. 1877 John Rickenbach 

G Childi'eii 

7 John R. Mar '.-A. 189(; 

Paul E. July 24. 1897 

Sterling S. July 21. 1899 

Theodore Apr. .81 1. 190.8 

Caroline Maria Jan. 8if. 190r. 

1375 

S14 Edward P. Steiner Se])t. 27. 1879 June 5. 1905 Lizzie Graffin 

a No childi-eii 

1376 

814 Salome J. Knerr Sept. 18. 1881 Edear Knerr 

a Child 

V Norma O. Oct. 11. 19(il 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



235 



Gen. No. 


Names 




Born 




1377 






G 815 

G 

7 


Bllswortli G. 

Cliildren 
Earl W. 
Byron B. 
Kamoua 

1378 


Beitel 


Sept. 20, 1SU8 

Apr. 1. 1895 
Oct. 28, 1898 
Dec. 22, 1903 


G 815 


Clareiu-e L. ] 


Beitel 


Sept. 8, 1873 



Died 



Married to 



Minnie Knouse 



Lizzie D. Umlandt 



1379 

C) 815 Addle A. Kelmiel 
G Children 

7 Reva 

Myra 



.Jan. 20. 187G 



Oct. 4, 1899 

Jan. 13, 1901 May 31, 1901 



Ewdard E. Relimel 



81(> 



1380 



Anna L. Butler 

Cliildren 
I'earl Bertlia 
Carrie Adelia 
William Earl 
Irene Loretta 
Erwiu Charles 



Oct. 



1875 



.Tan. (>. 1894 
Nov. 17, 189G 
Sept. 3, 1900 
Dec. IS, 1902 
.July 1. 1905 



Orrin J. Butler 



1381 

C 810 Florence M. Golden 
G Children 

7 Mabel May 



Sept. 9, 1880 
Nov. 24, 1905 



James A. Golden 



1382 

817 William Leonard Beitel 
Child 
Mlargaret A. 



Sept. 27. 1871 
Mar. 10. 1900 



Anna E. Stuber 



1383 



817 Alice Armeta McCue 
Children 
Violet Pearl 
Herman Granville 
Myrtle Marie 

1384 

817 Harrv H. Beitel 
Child 
Reva M. 

1385 

817 Charles Leroy Beitel 
Children 
Gertrude Amelia 
Helen Agnes 
Charles Leroy Jr. 



Oct. 19. 1874 

Feb. 28, 189(J 

Aug. 23, 1900 

Oct. 3, 1902 



June 2, 1870 
Jan. 10, 1904 



July 18, 1878 

Julv 22, 1899 

Dec. 14, 1902 

Sept. 30, 1904 



Harvey McCue 



Pearl Sparks 



Agnes Stewart 



236 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married, to 



1386 



C. 817 Robert Blaine Beitel 

(i Cliild 

7 Harvey A. 

1387 

(3 817 Oliver P. Beitel 
G CliUdren 

7 Granville L. R. 

Olive Stewart 

1388 

(j 818 Francis O. Oppelt 
G Cliild 

7 Meeta M. 

1389 

G Sr21 E. Treas Hess 
a Child 

7 Earl C. 

1390 

(► 822 :\la.v (iiebler 
G Children 

7 Russel G. 

Florence M. 

1391 

(•) S22 Susan M. Ash 
G Children 

7 Georgie E. 

Florence R. 

Howard P. 

Warren S. 

1392 

822 William Edwin Hess 
G Children 

7 Isabella 

Ruth Ruby 

1393 

(■) 825 (Jraee M. Bei.nler 
G No Children 

1394 

(•» 825 Florence H. White 
G No Children 



1395 



r, 827 Flora A. Bates 
G No Childi-en 



Feb. 28, 1880 
Jan. 9, 1905 



Jan. 22. 1882 



Jan. 5. 1903 
Apr. 2, 1905 



'Slay 28, 188;:! 
Nov. 22, 19IVJ 

Nov. 10, 1874 
:\Iay 19, 1897 

Nov. 30, 1874 

Dec. 14. 1901 
Aug. 10, 1908 

Aug. 6. 1870 

Feb. 22, 1898 

:\Iav 8, 1900 Apr. 9. 1901 
.I;ui'. 19. 1902 Mar. 12. 19n4 

July 2(;. 1905 

Fel). 21. 1881 
July 4. 1905 

Ocr. 31, 1879 
May 22, 1&S2 
.Tan. 29, 1874 



Angle M. P>aker 



Elizabeth O. Stewart 



Ethel Kindebiter 



Margarett Savitts 



Charles Gieblei- 



Samuel W. Ash 



Rose Markey 



James Y. Beigler 



J. Russel White 



Daniel B. Bates 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY, 



237 



Names 



Died 



Married to 



1396 



(y 

G 
7 


S27 


Bella E. Jones 

Child 
Alfred P. 

1397 




Dec. 
July 


T), ISSI 
2S, 1001 


G 

7 


820 


Carrie H. Bim 

Child 
Ambrose A. 


pson 


July 
Nov. 


0, 187C> 
7, 1002 



1398 

(i S34 Oliver C. Clifford 
G Chilrdeu 



Fel). 4, 3870 



7 




Mary Roberta 
Rosalie Louise 
Oliver Charles 


May 
:\Lir. 

Nov. 


i3, 
30. 


1900 

1902 Jan. 

1003 






1399 








G 
G 


834 


Raymond A. Clifford 

Child 
Phyllis De Hart 

1400 


Dec. 
Nov. 


i4, 
10. 


1873 
1903 




G 

7 


836 


Fred J. aiiller 

Children 
Miriam 
Ethel R. 
Harriet E. 

1401 


Dec. 

Nov. 
.Ipr. 
Mar. 


8, 

26, 
28. 
24, 


1868 

1898 
1900 
1903 


6 
G 

7 


836 


William R. Miller 

Children 
Robert W. 
William R. 

1402 


Mar. 

May 

Sept. 


G, 

9, 
23, 


1875 

1900 
1901 


G 


837 


Ellis C. Schneebeli 

Children 
Louis Adolph 
Gustav Adolph Jr. 

1403 


Oct. 

Sept. 
Aug. 


6. : 

27, 


1879 

1901 
1905 


G 
(4 
7 


850 


Alice M. Sheldon 

Children 
Charles D. 
^Villiam S. 
Raymond Reinke 

1404 


Mar. 

Oct. 
Mar. 
Jan. 


12. 

20. 

3, 

11. 


1862 

1885 
1888 
1890 


G 
7 


850 


Laura E. Schinickie 

Child 
Paul E. 

1405 


Mar. 
April 


11. 
21, 


1S(;7 Apri; 
1893 


G 


(Ml 


Alfred E. Ricksecker 
No children 


Dec. 


10, 


1869 



1903 



W. A. Jones 



Rt)bert Bimpson 



Jennie R. Coleman 



Mabel Williams 



Harriet L. Funck 



Mary B. A\ illiams 



Amelia Str«itberger 



Dexter B. Sheldon 



Anna B. AV 



238 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1406 

6 852 Joseph A. Wolle 
G Children 

7 Darthea D. 
Charles Edward 3rd 



Nov. 8, 1874 

April 5, 1901 
Oct. 2-1, TJ02 



Rebecca C. Dawson 



1407 




G 


857 


Phebe F. Black 
No Children 

1408 


Jan. 




1882 


6 
G 

7 


8G1 


Sarah Hutchens 

Children 
Gladys 
Thelma 

1409 


April 

Nov. 
Feb. 


19, 

28, 
1, 


1882 

1901 
1904 


6 
G 

7 


8G5 


Dora D. Eliott 

Children 
Charles K. 
Sarah 

1410 


Mar. 

Mar. 
Jan. 


22 

21, 

8, 


1870 

1902 
1905 


6 
G 


865 


Ruth A. Hickman 
No Childi-en 


Oct. 


4, 


1877 



Timothy Black 



Win 'am Hntchons 



G. W. Eliott 



C. L. Hickman 



1411 

6 874 Kate J. Koch 
G No Children 

1412 



Feb. 26, 1871 



6 


874 


William C. Miller 


April 


9, 


1873 


G 




Child 








7 




Lottie May 

1413 


June 


21, 


1899 





881 


Mav E. Bortz 


July 


17, 


1877 


G 




Children 








7 




Wilson E. 


Nov. 


14, 


1S0S 






Hathvyn M. 


Oct. 


26, 


19f)0 






Charles E. 


Nov. 


2. 


1902 






1414 








G 


887 


^Villiam Phelps 


May 


7, 


1884 


G 




No children 

1415 








6 


908 


Ella M. Herman 


June 


18, 


1874 


G 




Children 








7 




Anna 


Se]>t. 


29, 


1895 






Jacob B. 


Nov. 


25, 


1896 






Helen C. 


Mar. 


18, 


1899 






Ensene C. 


June 


10, 


1901 






Edith 


]\Iar. 


2-I, 


lf>03 



William H. Koch 



Annie Burns 



Charles Bortz 



Cornelia Bollard 



Jacob Herman 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



239 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1416 

Gertrude L. Boj'd 
No cliildreu 

1417 



May 17, ISTG 



G 


sns 


Clai-cnce B. :Mack 




Jan. 11, 


18C.S 






G 




Cliildreu 












7 




Nellie J. 
Frederick F. 
George R. 
Marguerite M. 

1418 




Nov. 25, 
Dee. 28, 
Mar. 21, 
Oct. 14, 


1889 
1891 
1895 
1901 






6 


!>1S 


.losephine Haas 




.June Ki, 


18H9 






G 

7 




Children 
Anna May 
Marry T. 
Francis E. G. 

1419 




April 5; 
Sept. 10, 
Nov. 25, 


1895 
1896 






(j 


918 


Emily L. Abel 




May yu. 


1871 






G 




For her family see 

1420 


(972) 










(•) 


91S 


Frances C. McCully 




July 1, 


1S72 






G 




Children 












7 




Emma L. 
Loyd T. 




Mar. 5, 
Feb. 14, 


1892 
1894 










.Myrtle M. 




Dec. 13, 


1895 


May 23. 


1897 






Charles E. 




June 5, 


1898 










Harry B. 




May 10. 


1900 


Feb. 7, 


1901 






1421 












(> 


918 


Bertine S. Mack 




July 4, 


1874 






G 




Child 












' 




Edward E. 

1422 




June 4, 


1902 









918 


Horace M. Mack 




April 21. 


1877 






G 




Child 












7 




.Josephine I*]dwiird 

1423 




April .".(i'. 


1901 






(') 


919 


Clai'ence F. Darward 


Mar. 7, 


1807 


8ept. 23, 


190(1 


(^ 




Child 












7 




Albert F. 

1424 




Aug. 3, 


1887 






(•) 


919 


Matilda C. (ilosser 




Aug. 15, 


1873 






G 




Child 












^ 




Albert Martin 

1425 




Oct. 2. 


1892 






i; 


919 


Gertrude E. (Coghill) 


July 24. 


1875 










Vol 


zer 










Li 




Child 












7 




Armetta S. 


. 


Nov. 25, 


1899 


Infancy 





William Boyd 



Alice M. Handschuh 



L'rank Haas 



Rev. Allen Abel 



Charles W. McCully 



Sarah B. McBride 



Anna B. Shirk 



^lary T. Kimmerle 



.John Glosser 



f 1. Richard Coghill 

t 2. Christian Volzer, Jr. 



240 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Bom 



Died 



Married to 



G 921 
G 



6 921 
G 

7 



6 921 
G 

7 



6 922 
G 

7 



6 923 
G 

7 



6 923 
G 



925 



(J 927 
G 

7 



6 9.32 
G 



6 943 
G 

7 



1426 

Harry M. Coghill 
No children 

1427 

Frank U. Coghill 

Children 
Richard T. 
George T. 

1428 

Ellen C. Bagby 

Child 
Nellie E. L. 

1429 

otto M. Hoch 

Child 
Earl Boyer 

1430 

Amelia H. Metz 

Children 
Clarence L. 
Charlotta M. 
Otto S. 
Annie L. 
Claud W. 
Victor H. 

1431 

Alice K. Clewell 
For her family see 1143 

1432 

Thomas A. Hahn 

Child 
Ida Florence 

1433 

Eliza C. Meyers 

Children 
Arda Ellen 
Earl Franklin 
Ammon George 

1434 

Marion S. Stevens 
No children 

1435 

Marie E. Wiese 

Child 
Orlin Charles 



Sept. 23. 1876 



Aug. 15, 1879 

April 17, 1900 
Sept. 14, 1901 



Mar. 24, 1881 
Nov. 2, 1901 

Nov. 9, 1879 
June 14, 1905 

April 5, 1870 

Dec. 27, 1892 
May 24, 1893 
Feb. 2, 1895 
June 27, 1897 
July 16, 1901 
May 19, 1903 

Aug. 9, 1871 



Dec. 24, 1872 



Mar. 18, 1871 

Dec. 23. 1892 
Nov. 8, 1892 
July 17, 1894 



July 17, 1878 

Sept. 20, 1881 
Sept. 13, 1908 



Margaret Sullivan 



Emma E. Holt 



Arthur P. Bagby 



Maude A. Boyer 



William F. Metz 



Walter S. Clewell 



Mary E. Kessler 



George L. Meyer 



Whitmore Stevens 



August Wiese 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



241 



Gen. No 


Names 


Born 






1436 








G 
7 


94G 


William A. Happel 

Cbikl 
Haven Hope 

1437 


Oc-t. 26, 
Nov. 1, 


1S7S 
1902 



(i 
7 


9d3 


Mildred Cascaden 

Children 
Mildred 
Blanche 

1438 


Nov. G, 

July 31, 
July 31, 


1880 

1901 
1901 


G 

7 


971 


Allen L. Abel 

Children 
Charles Frye 
Catharine Frye 

1439 


Sept. 30, 

Sept. 12, 
Nov. 1, 


1883 

1904 
1905 


6 
G 

7 


979 


Sarah P. Geiger 

Child 
Bernice Barron 

1440 


Oct. 23, : 
April 20, 


1878 
1900 


6 
G 


980 


Lewis Keyser Ballinger 

Child 
Lewis Keyser. Jr. 

1441 


Aug. 9, 
Oct. 29, 


1883 
1905 


7 
F 

8 


1034 


Bessie Talbot 

Children 
Minnie 
Harry 

1442 


May G, 

May 19, 

Nov. 22, 


1882 

1902 
1904 


7 
F 

S 


1034 


Annie Fredricks 

Children 
Ida Mav 
Albert Henry 

1443 


Oct. 10, 

Dec. 3. 

Aug. 28, 


1SS3 

1902 
1904 


7 
F 


1034 


Cora Blanchard 
No children 

1444 


June 7, 


1885 


F 

8 


104-J 


t Laura M. Lnch 

Child 
Myron S. 

1445 


July 12. 
Apr. 10, 


lS7i; 
"JS9S 


G 


1154 


William a. Moharter 
No children 


Dec. 30, 


18<S0 



Died 



Married to 



Emma S. Albert 



George Cascaden 



Lena Rebecca Frey 



Rufus Geiger 



Pearl L. Riley 



Otto Talbot 



John Fredricks 



Reuben Blanchard 



Albert Luch 



Manervia Slusser 



242 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


1. Names 




Born 




1446 


• 






7 1134 
G 

8 


:\Ijimie A. Dietricli 

Cliiklreu 
Margaret E. 
Harriet B. 

1447 


.July 

Dee. 
Mar. 


21. 
2t), 


1887 

1903 
1905 


7 11 r.8 

G 
8 


Cora B. Grove 

Child 
Meuriel C. 

1448 


June 
Nov. 


2, 

9. 


1884 
1904 


7 121.-. 
G 

8 


Minrie A. Felmel 

Cliiklren 
Kaymond H. 
Helen L. 
Berttia M. 
Bessie Winifred 

1449 


Sept. 

Jan. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Dec. 


12, 
1. 

20. 
29, 


1875 

1895 
1896 
1900 
1901 


7 121,5 

G 

8 


Bertha M. Sheetz 

Child 
Marion S. 

1450 


Mar. 

Aug. 


17, 
20, 


1878 
1902 


7 121G 
(4 

8 


Emma J. Billheimer 

Children 
Milton R. 
Hellena 

1451 


Mar. 


2':, 


1882 


7 1210 
G 

8 


Stella M. Koehler 

Child 
Merian M. 

1452 


Jniie 


14, 


1885 


7 1217 
G 

8 


Clni'a K. MeGraw 

Child 
Harry Samuel 

1453 


Dec. 
Nov. 


11, 
17. 


1S82 
1904 


7 12:5:! 
(4 

S 


Walter W. Opliuger 

Child 
Barton 

1454 


Oct. 
.Tan. 


17. 
1.3, 


1874 
1897 


7 12:« 
G 

S 


Edith E. Dech 

Children 
Alan A. 
Paul D. 
Ernest 


Sept. 

.Inue 
Dec. 
Oct. 


1:!. 
2.-., 

2:j 


1870 

1902 
l'J04 



Died 



Married to 



Maro Dietrich 



.John F. Grove 



Amandes Fehnel 



Amandns L. Sheetz 



Palmer Billheimer 



Oscar Koehler 



M. H. McGraw 



.Viiiiie Lerch 



Walter .T. Dech 



243 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 


Born 




1455 




7 1234 
G 

S 


Mamie b. Smith 

Cliildreu 
Bertha M. 
Lillian P. 
AVilbert F. 
Howard S. 

1456 


June 14, 1879 

May 17, 1895 
Feb. 10, 1897 
Aug. 17. 1899 
Aug. 21. 1901 


7 1235 

G 
S 


Cora Lighteap 

Child 
Albert 

1457 


Dee. 29, 1874 
Nov. 30, 1807 


7 1235 
G 

8 


Edwiu Clewell 

Children 
Morris 
Joseph 
Margaret 

1458 


Oct. 17, LS7C) 

April 4. 1900 
Sept. 29, 1901 
July 13. 1903 


7 1235 
G 

S 


Stella Stout 

Children 
John 
Paul 


Oct. 8. 1882 

Aug. 1, 1901 
Feb. 15, 19(13 



Died 



1459 



7 1314 Florence E. Fisher 
G No children 



1310 



1460 

Alavei^ta V. Krier 
No (•hiildren 



June 9, 1881 



Nov. 30. 1884 



M I SC ELLA N E O U S 



Married to 



William Smitn 



Robert Lighteap 



:Minnie Berger 



Calvin Stout 



Morris Fisher 



Henrv C. Krier 



The families under this heading are not in their order i 
reports came in too late to be inserted in their regular places. 

1461 



4 


56 


Benjamin Clewell 


Apr. 21, 1863 








G 




Children 










5 


14G2 
1463 


Catharine 
Emma 

1462 


April 2. 1855 
Aug. 30, 1857 








5 


14(;i 


Catharine Donaldson 


April 2. 18-5 








G 




Children 
Lydia 


Aug. 26, 1877 












Gertrude 


Aug. 26, 1879 


Dec. 


24, 


1879 






Robert 


April 7. 1881 


.Tan. 


4. 


1899 






Margaret 


Jan. 9, 188(! 












Willis 


Oct. IS. 1S'~^*3 












Phoebe 


Oct. 15 1889. 












Clifford 


June 15. 1S98 












Pearl 


June 15, 1898 









regard to generations, since the 



i-ah Ann Neal 



Charles Donaldson 
Calvin I^ Boord 



Charles Donaldson 
E. M. Jones 



244 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 




1463 












5 14 IG 
G 


P^mnia M. Boord 
Children 


Aug. 30, 1857 








Calvin L. Boord 


G 

1542 


Francis S. 
Robert M. 
Richard M. 
Clarence S. 
Josepn H. 
Ethel 
Olive S. 
Bertha B. 
Ora P. 
George Dewey 

1464 


Aug. 25, 1878 
April 20, ISSl 
Sept. 14, 1883 
May 23, 1885 
Feb. 10, 1889 
Jan. 8, 1890 
Sept. 5, 3892 
April 5. 1895 
April 1. 1897 
Aug. 11, 1900 


Mar. 

July 
Jan. 

July 


7, 

22 
22 

12, 


1857 

1885 
1893 

1897 


Mattie M. Wilkin 


G 757 
G 

7 


Adalaide E. Chandler 

Children 
Ruth 
Charles 
Helen Elizabeth 

1465 


Aug. 8, 1865 

Jan. 8, 1888 
Sept. 17, 1889 
Jan. 15, 1897 








Edward Chandler 


G 728 
G 

7 


Nettie R. Keeney 

Child 
Albert W. 

1466 


April 14. 1886 
Aug. 25, 1904 








Jesse Keeney 


6 G32 
G 

7 


Daniel C. Mover 

Child 
Maud E. 

1467 


Feb. 6, 1874 
Oct. G, 1904 








Margaret Evans 


4 79 


Clementina (Kram) Raff 


April 19, 1834 








f 1. G. F. Kram 



G Children (first husband) 

5 1G12 Frank G. Bash 
1636 Albert F. G. 

1468 

G 710 Estella Y.* Collins 
G Children 

7 1-^arle W. 

I'aul ^\. 

1469 

G, 493 Marv S. Shive 
F Childi'en 

7 Earl 

Helen 

1470 



Mar. 21, 1878 



July 7, INtnt 
June 2G, 1903 



Nov. 24, 1884 



23. ino-: 

7, 1905 



Lilly I'yshei 

Children 
Hazel r,. 
Walter 



July 27, 1885 



Sept. 29. 1902 
June 1, 1904 



2. Henry Raff 



Constantine Collins 



Harry C. Shive 



George M. Pysher 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



245 



Names 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1471 



7 


40:5 


Anna P.. Unswiller 
Martlia 

1472 


Oct. 
June 


5, 
2(>, 


1890 
ICOG 




G 


7G2 


Bertha Thomas 
No children 

1473 


Nov. 


17, 


1878 




G 


7G1 


Mabel C. Shedd 
No children 

1474 


Sept. 


4, 


1878 




5 


300 


John J. Clawelt 


Sept. 


18. 


1S58 S 


ept. 2(1 


G 
G 




Child (first wife) 
Blanche 

1475 


May 


30, 


1SS4 




F 


431 
1478 
14S5 


Mary Eisenhard 

Children 
Harvey 
Charles 
Jennie 
Maud 
Laura 
Raymond 
Robert 

1476 


May 


18, 


I8r.n 




F 


431 


Edwin Litzenberger 

Child 
Grace 

1477 


May 


5. 


1882 




G 

7 


431 


Lilly Harper 

Child 
Pearl 

1478 


Feb. 


IG, 


1810 




7 
F 

8 


1475 


Harvey Eisenhard 

Children 
Mamie 
Boy 

1479 










G 
F 

7 


438 


Annie Meitzler 

Children 
:dabel King- 
Lizzie King 











John C. Rusweiler 



J. C. Thomas 



H. P. Shedd 



19GG ) 1. C. Fenster maker 
\ 2. Kate \v alter 



Walter Eisenhart 
Laura Prigan 
Robert McKJi'aker 



Irene Koehler 



Daniel Harper 



Laura Prigan 



George Meitzler 



246 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Boru 



Died 



Married to 



1480 



•J 


1!H> 


Koswell A. Wommacli 


July 


2a, 1837 








G 




Children 












(> 


l.-,.S3 


.Tames Egbert 

.^lary 

Paul Tvehman 

lioswell Alpha 

Bessie 

Ralph Lee 

1481 


Jan. 
May 
Aug. 
May 
June 
Aug. 


28, 1880 
G, 1882 
4, 1884 
20, 1887 
19, 1891 
28. 1893 








5 


20.-, 


Charlotte V. Rominsei- 


Jan. 


10, ]8t7 


Mar. 


10, 


1874 


G 




Children 












G 




Lillie 
Anna 
Gentry W. 

1482 


Sept. 


19, 1872 








5 


205 


Matilda J. Reed 


May 


15, 1848 








G 




Children 












(> 




Clarence Uranus 


Dec. 


19. 1871 


May 


14, 


18S8 




J 483 


Daisy Bell 

1483 


Nov. 


19, 1873 








(i 


1482 


Daisy B. Russell 


No\. 


19, 1873 








F 


438 


No children 

1484 

Minnie Reinsmith 
No children 

1485 












7 


147r. 


.Tennie McKraker 












F 




No children 

1486 












4 


47 


Eli C. R!)niinger 


Feb. 


2r,. 1S19 


Feb. 


23, 


1897 


G 




Children 














1487 


Bettie 


.Tan. 


19, 1859 










148« 


Carrie 


Feb. 


9. !8G1 










1489 


■Julia 


Mar. 


22, 18(33 


^ept. 


3. 


1885 




1513 


Charles 


:\Iay 


4. 18G5 










14110 


I'helie R. 


Apri 


22, 1807 










1401 


Ruth 

1487 


July 


15, 1870 








r, 


14SC, 


I'.ettie Kruger 


Jan. 


19, 1859 








G 




No children 

1488 












n 


148C, 


Carrie Cornelius 


Feb. 


9, lSr;i 








G 




Children 

















Julia 

Elizabeth 

John 













Letta Ann Lehman 
Sallie B. Jackson 



Barnaby 

Russell 



Franklin M. Reed 



David E. Russell 



David E. Russell 



Reinsmith 



Robert Mclvraker 



Elizabeth Hauser 

Julius Ivruger 
William Cornelius 
William Tavis 
Sarah Wiles 
J. F. -Toyner 
James J. Roddick 



Julius Ivruger 



William Cornelius 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



247 



Geu. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 








1489 








(} 


i48i; 


Julia Tavis 

Cliild 
Bernard R. 

1490 


:\Iar. 22, lSr.3 
Jan. 3. 1882 


Sept. 3, 


1885 


5 


148ti 


Piiebe 11. Joyner 


April 22, ISG7 






G 




Children 
Kuth Clouse 
J. T., Jr. 

1491 


Nov. IG, 1892 
May 4, 1;M)2 






5 


148(1 


Kuth Roddick 


July 1."., 1870 






(> 




Children 
Elizabeth 
James 
Charles 
Jeau 

1492 


June 27. 1893 
Dee. 12. 189.", 
Oct. 1, 1898 
July 27. 19U1 






c 


8ir. 


Lizzie A. Kunz 


Oct. 10. 1S72 






G 




Children 












Susan Catharine 
Emma .May 
Helen Margarlte 
James Willis 
Clinton Alva 
Glen Jesse 
Mildred Myrtle 

1493 


Dee. 9. 1892 
Feb. 12. 1,>94 
July 31. 189r. 
Sept. 24, 1898 
May 17, 1900 
Sept. 23, 1902 
July 10, 1905 






(•) 


81C. 


James E. Beitel 


June 9, 1877 






(J 




Children 








7 




Elden .lames 


July 0, 1901 










Welden Philii) 


July .-,. lliOl 


Aug. 2(*,, 


190 1 






1494 








('> 


SIC. 


J. William Beitel 


Dec. 15, 1882 






(1 




Child 








* 




Benny Iris 

1495 


Nov. 23. 1904 






(; 


sk; 


Mellie H. Reis 


May 27. 1885 






({ 




Child 








' 




FlOi-ence Helen 

1496 


Jan. 13. 1905 






5 


207 


Jidius A. Gambold 


Dee. 5. 1848 






G 




Children 











1.j28 


Gertie 
Grace 


A].r. 8. 1870 
July 21, 1877 








l."i2!) 


Kate 


Sept. 5. 1879 










Adelbert 


Auj?. 23. 1881 


June 2;i. 


1883 






Bonnie Eloise 


Apr. 7. 1884 










Lucretia 


Mar. 5. 188(; 










Ralph .M. 


Aug. 1, 1888 


July 22. 


1889 






Raymond H. 


Aug. 1. 1888 


Aug. 8, 


1889 






Helen 


Aug. 15. 1892 










Naleida 


Sept. 15. 18!)4 







Married to 



J. T. Joyner 



James J. Roddick 



Adolf Kunz 



Minnie Haer 



Sylvia Metz 



Charles Reis 



Adaline Clawson 
William H. [Miller 
John A. Dyer 



248 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Names 



1497 



Born 



Died 



{■> 701 
(J 


William F. Stacker 

Child 
Ka.vmoud Eugene 

1498 


Aug. 20, 1SS3 
.May 6, 1907 


(! 532 
F 


Frederick Beebn, Jr. 

Cliildren 
Floyd 
Irl 

.Jarome 
Beatrice 

1499 


June 6. 1866 

Aug. IS. 1892 
Sept. 28. 1SV4 
Sept. 18, 1896 
:May 11, 1902 


6 532 

V 

7 


Edson Beehn 

Children 
Harvy A. 
Emma G. 
Howard M. 

1500 


Feb. 7, 1873 

Oct. 16, 1902 
Aug. 4, 1904 
July 11, 1906 


6 532 

F 


Ezra Beehn 
No children 

1501 


Feb. 7, 1873 


6 532 
F 


Harvey Beebn 

Children 
John K. 
Everett P. 

1502 


Oct. 15, 1880 

Jan. 28. 1902 
Jan. 28, 1905 


6 701 
(i 

7 


Joseph K. Crauthaniel 

Children 
Elizabeth F. 
George F. 
Joseph F. 
Charles F. 

1503 


Aug. 1, 1861 

Dec. 18, 1887 
Feb. 26, 1890 
May 26, 1891 
Apr. 12, 1895 


6 701 
G 

7 

3.537 


Alice K. Bergey 

Children 
Artnhr C. 
Mary C. 
Henry C. 
Michael C. 

1504 


Dec. 10, 1862 

Apr. 13, 1884 
Apr. 7, 1885 
Mar. 13. 1887 
Dec. 10. 1895 


6 701 
(} 

7 


Ephraim K. Cranthamel 

Children 
Jacob C. 
Wallace C. 
T.inford C. 
Margaret C. 


Aug. 23. 1864 

Dec. 10. 1886 
:\rnr. 7. 1888 
Fel). 3, 1890 
Mar. 4, 1893 



Married to 



Jennie M. Resh 



Eva Dollahan 



Sophia Pence 



Belle Nelson 



Ethel Wyatt 



Alice Fetterolf 



Henry K. Bergey 
Harvey C. Nyce 

Emma C. Cassell 



Nov. 27. 1902 
Mav 23, 1902 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 



249 



G«n. No. 



Names 



1505 



Biom 



Died 



Married to 



701 Erwiu K. Ci'iiutliamei 

G Cbildi'en 

7 Wellielmina Ireue 

Teckla Cliristiue 

lona 

1506 

G 701 Charles K. Crautliamel 
G Children 

7 Myrtle 

Isabella 

1507 

r> 701 Irene K. Mnnzinger 
G Child 

7 Marion 

1508 

(i 701 Wilhird K. Cranthamel 
G No children 

1509 

6 Willard K. Crautluunel 
G Child 

7 Maria Evelena 

1510 

(■> 701 Jacob K. Cranthamel 
G No Children 

1511 

5 111.") Eli W. .Mnlican 
G Children 

(i ir.14 Carrie S. 
ir>ir> Charlie W. 
ir)10 Daisy B. 

Koscoe G. 

Lewis S. 

Annie Pearl 

Beatns 

Panl E. 

Grace S. 

Maud M. 

Ruth B. 

1512 

5 105 Enoch P. Muliean 
G Children 

i; ir.17 Lillie I. 

Emma E. 

Jennie C. 

Naaman L. 

Charity E. 

Henry Glenn 

Enoch Ben 

Noble P. 



Aug. 5, 1SG7 

iMar. 30, 1889 

Mar. 15, 1891 

Feb. 21. 1804 



Nov, 



Mar. 22, 1898 
Dee. 15, 1903 



Nov. 4, 1872 

Nov. 27, 1903 

Sept. 30, 1877 

Sept. 10, 1881 

July 4. 190G 

Sept. 0, 1884 

Sept. l.">. 1840 



Sept. 


9, 


1874 


Nov. 


1. 


1875 


Sei)t. 


1. 


1877 


July 


28. 


1880 


Aug. 


24. 


1881 


Oct. 


15, 


1884 


Apr. 


18, 


188(i 


June 


4. 


1889 


Mnv 


20, 


1891 


Ai)r. 


9, 


1894 


Oct. 


13, 


1895 



Apr. 27. 18.53 

Dee. 13. 1877 

Apr. 13, 188:3 

May 16, 1887 

Jan. 11, 1889 

Jan. 29. 1891 

Sept. 28, 1893 

Sept. 28. 1893 

Sept. 17. 1887 



Infancy 



Sept. It 



Apr. 28, 1880 



Lizzie K. Schmidt 



Ada M. Palmer 



John F. Mnnzinger 



Mabel B. Slaughter 



Elsie D. Cadwallader 



Florence M. Summ 



Susan Shutt 

Lewis Ellis 
Rebecca Dunning 
Hilary Shoaf 



Catharine Kritsfeezer 
Raymond Hart 



250 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. 



Born 



Died 



Married to 



1513 

."> l-t8(i Cliarles Uoiuiiiyer 
G No childi-en 



M:i.v 4, 18lw 



Sarah Wiles 



1514 

(J loll Carrie S. Ellis 
G Children 

7 Ishnee 

Andry 

Bruce 

S'hober 



Sept. ;>. 1874 

Feb. S. IS'ja 

Nov. 1, 1894 

Apr. 13, 1902 

July 8. 1903 



Lewis Ellis 



189.: 



1515 

(j l.jll Charlie W. Mulicau 
G No Children 



Nov. 1, 1875 



Rebecca Dunning 



1516 

(•) l.'.n Daisy I',. Slioaf 
G Children 

7 Paul 

Bascom 



Sept. 1. 187" 



Sept. 7. 1899 
Feb. 3. 1902 



Hilar V Shoaf 



1517 

Li Hie J. Hart 

Children 
Clifton 
Herman 

1518 

T. Edgar Shields 
No children 



1519 

Marhi C. 

Child 
Augustin 



Hanes 



1520 

Mary A. W(4nneier 

Children 
Maria 
Sophia 
Herman 

1521 

ElizalK'th F. Rolnnson 

Chihiren 
Alice 
.lennie 



1522 



rauliiic 
Child 
Eniiuia 



Dec. 13. 1877 

Sept. ."), 1904 
:Mar. 4. 1900 



Julv 4. 1877 



Nov. 7. 1810 
Sept. 12, 1832 



Raymond Hart 



Amelie Schultze 



Charles Hanes 
Alice Bratton 



.Tan. 13, 1§S0 Nov. 10, 1900 Frederick Wehnieier 

.Tan. b"). 1897 

•Tuly 27, 1898 Oct. 27. 1898 

Nov. 30, 1899 .In lie 3, 19O0 



Fel). 3, IS'i 



A])i-. 9. 1900 
Dec. 1, 1901 



.Tan. 11, 1887 
Mar. 0. 190.5 



Robert Robinson 



Robert Duffeld 







THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 






251 


^en. No. 


Names 


Born 


Died 




Married to 




1523 












5 1."'>li> 


Aniiiistin Haiies 


Sept. 12. 1832 








Alice Bratton 


Gr 


Childreu 












i; ir)35 


Laura Virginia 
Racliael Caroline 
Charles E. 


]May 10, 1861 
Mjav 21, 18U9 
Dec. (1, 1870 








Olin W. Jones 




Hattie Elizabeth 


Oct. 7. 1874 


Sept. 


29, 


1889 




i.-.:!r, 


Bessie Estella 

1524 


Alar. 10. 1882 








Ge«u-ge C. Tudor 


5 211 


Sherman. Neligh 


Aug. 2, 18l>4 








Ella A. Hege 


G 


Children 
Lena Hege 


Dec. 14, 1887 












Vene 


.Tune 11, 1890 


.Tan. 


1, 


1891 






Hester Eugeue 


Dec. 24, 1894 












Florence May 


Oct. 15, 189(> 












1525 












5 211 


FrankUn F. Neligh 


Feb. 24. 18(19 








Hela M. Spaugh 


G 


Children 












6 


Jeannette Franciua 
Ih'leu Clauder 

1526 


Mar. 2(;. 1892 
Nov. 1(». 1.S94 










.J 211 


Albert A. Neligh 


.Tune 19, 1872 








Leoua P. Panyburn 


(t 


Children 
Leia Blanclie 
Mary Edna 


May 8, l.S9r. 
Apr. 30, 1897 












Charles W. 


:\Iar. 8, 1899 


Feb. 


a. 


1900 






1527 












4 ni 


Elizabeth Womniack 




Apr. 


20. 


1835 


Wilson W. Wommack 


5 


Child 
Elizabeth 

1528 


Apr. 17, 183.-) 


Sept. 


('), 


1835 




f) 14!>(1 


Gertie Miller 


Apr. 8, 187(1 








William H. Miller 


G 


No children 

1529 












(i 141 m; 


Kate Dyer 


Apr. 8, 187(i 








John A. Dyer 


(i 


No children 

1530 












:i:i3 


George F. Jenkins 


Oct. a, I8(i9 








Eva A. Highsmith 




Chik'i 
Francis De Vane 

1531 


Aug. 8, 19(tC, 










(i («8 


Blrtie L. Clapp 


Dec. 2, 1872 








Alonzo P.. Clapp 


a 


Children 












•- 


Evle Barthold 


Tune 6. 1892 












M'artha Mare 


Oct. 8, 1893 


Apr. 


19, 


1898 






Garratt Koniinger 


Oct. 8, 1898 











252 GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. Names Born Died Married to 

1532 

<•> S.jO Harry E. Riclvsecker May :*.(». lSi;4 Leoim h. Wilson 

(i No eliildreu 

1533 

(', 1480 James E. AVommnek Jan. 2,S, 1S80 Sallie B. Jackson 

G No children 

1534 

7 1148 I':imer S. Brown Fel). l!i. 1888 Bessie Sueaden 

(t No eliildren 

1535 

(> ir.23 Laiira V. Jones May 1(». 18(11 Olin W. Jones 

(i Cliild 

7 May V. Fel). 2(». inn.-. 

1536 

(; l.-.2:i Bessie K. Tudor :Mar. 10. 1,S82 , George C. Tudor 
G Obiklren 

7 (4eori;(' ('. Alar. 4. liMM 
Byrnni E. Mar. l!.-.. i!)n2 

1537 

V l."o:; Marv C. Nyee Ajir. 7. 188.- Harvey C. Nyce 

G Cliild 

8 E. Claude Jan. 1!). lOd.- 

1538 

('► 707 Erma E. True Dec. 11. 1S7'.» Nelson H. True 

a Child 

7 Viry-il Clewell Oct. I'd. lOil.-. 

1539 

C. 7.-.0 Kah'ii;h AI. IV'arson \]tv. 27. 1SI18 Effle Ourg 

G No chihlren 

1540 

c. 777 Flora H. Hazelton Alar. 28. 1884 George M. Hazeltor 

(J No children 

1541 

.-> 208 Charles (i. Colver Oct. 1.-.. 1878 Laura F. Abel 

G No children 

1542 

(•> 14(;:'. Uohei't AI. Boord Apr. 2<». 18,S1 Mattie M. Wilkin 

(J Child 

7 Clarence lleid l!)or. 

1543 

.-. .■;;;'.i r^ranklin .1. Hahn Nov. 2. ISc:! Ida Werkheiser 

G Child 

ti Anna Alay Apr. tl. 18!)0 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



253 



Gen. No. 



1544 



() 484 Anna S. Hai;pnl)nfh 

V Child 

7 Earl P'ranklin 



Born 



Died 



Apr. 17, 1883 
Mar. 21. 19(»G 



Married to 



Herbert Ilagenbuch 



1545 

(i 512 Carrie A. Baldwin 

F Child 

7 ^^^•^]tel■ Ovet 



Mar. 2. 187C. Dec. 8. 1!U» 

Nov. 28, i;j05 



George Baldwin 



1546 



F 


512 


Mabel A. Grim 

Child 
iNIary Apple 

1547 


Nov. 
Jan. 


1. 


1880 
1907 


F 


788 


Clinton H. Andrews 
No children 

1548 


Jnly 


2. 


1880 


V, 

G 


443 


(George F. Bates 
No children 

1549 


Mar. 


26, 


1882 


G 


092 


Han-y F. >yel>er 

Children 
Dorothy 
Eleanor 

1550 


Oct. 

Jan. 
Feb. 


1, 

1. 
24, 


1861 

1897 
1899 



G 


692 


John R. Weber 
No children 

1551 


Dec. 


3, 


1866 


G 


692 


Eleanor C. Lang 

Child 
Eleanor 

1552 


Jan, 
Oct. 


15, 

28, 


1869 
1905 


a 

7 


Ii92 


Bernhard ^^^ Weher 

Children 
Henry T. 
Catherine Rena 

1553 


May 

Feb. 
Nov. 


12. 

23 

2l'. 


1878 

1901 
1903 


7 


(J90 


:\Iarion A. Bacherach 

Children 
Bertha 
Marion 


Ang. 

Ang. 
Dec. 


16, 

25, 

"iO, 


1861 

1886 
1894 



George A. Grim 



Ida Fehnel 



Maggie Griffith 



Emma R. 



Margeret L. Brown 



Charles G. Lang 



E. .Xora Swartz 



Joseph W. Bacherach 



254 


GENEALOGY OF 






Gen. No. Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 


1554 

G 090 Charlotte E. lusensee 
G Cbildi-en 
7 Alva Ruby 


Sept. 15, ISGo 
Jau. 16, 1886 




Edwin Isensee 
J. W. Weidmann 



Hazel Pearl 
Bernhard Ko.v 
Walter Edwin 



Dec. 17, 1888 
Sept. 29, 1893 
July 4, 1898 



1555 

6 690 Clyde B. Weber 
G Child 

7 Norma 



1556 

210 Laura B. Watson 

No Children 



92c 



131 



1557 

Mary A. Deibgrt 

Children 
Preston George 
Mabel Elevesta 
Oscar Harvey 
Benjamin Chester 

1558 

Ephraim G. Fehr 

Childi-en 
Robert L. 
Lulu Edith 
Herbert H. 
Ellis Oscar 
Willis W. 
Grertrude May 
Grover Cleveland 
Joseph Sibley 
Evline Dora 
Ramond Harold 



Aug. 13, 1870 

May 11, 1894 

Aug. 17, 1877 

Sept. 27, 1SS3 



Jan. 


20. 


1902 


Mar. 


6, 


1903 


Dec. 


5, 


1904 


Aug. 


7, 


1906 


Mar. 


26, 


1850 


Jan. 


9, 


1879 


Jan. 


7, 


1880 


June 


29. 


1882 


Feb. 


28, 


1885 


May 


23, 


1888 


Sept. 


13. 


1889 


sept. 


13, 


1892 


Jan. 


9 


1897 


May 


20. 


1899 


Jan. 


12. 


1901 



Arnie Knapp 



David Watson 



Harvey G. Deibert 



May 4, 1902 



Dora 



Agnes Kerr 

J. M. Wolefindale 



280 



5 2S0 
G 



1559 

George F. Clewell 

Children 
George Dwight 
Eugene 
Eugene Crile 

1560 

Grace M. Darrell 

Children 
(4('()rgo (diaries 
Edgar Howard 
Bruce Eugene 



June 4, 1861 

Apr. 25. 1884 

Jan. 2. 1886 

Jan. 31, 1892 



May 19, 1870 

Sei)t. 3. 1894 
Aug. 26, 1900 
Feb. 5, 1904 



Mar. 20, 1886 



Lutitia S. Kahl 



Charles Darrell 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



255 



Gen. No. 



Names 



Born ■ Died 



Married, to 



1561 

!)2:^ Aslier M. Higli 
Child 
Loi-ene J. 

1562 

023 Ilicbard F. Higli 
No Children 

1563 

<)2M L^ninia S. Hartmau 
Child 
Mable M. 

1564 

2S0 Florence O. Dowse 
Children 
Helen 
Gladys 
Thomas 
Charles Philip 

1565 

280 Clara L. Allen 

Children 

Wilbur Henry 

Beatrice Allen 

Philip Sydney 

1566 

im AVilliam I'. Pfeiffer 
Child 
Jennie L. 

1567 

ITir. Mary Yost 
Child 
l.jTl Samuel Henry 

1568 

156 James A. Pfeiffer 
Children 
Emily Jane 
1.j72 Henry 
William 

1569 

I.IC) Ellen Sigley 
Children 
Prank B. 
1573 Mary E. 
Lottie 



Llora Ivessler 



Dora E. Beidelman 



Eugene U. Hartmau 



Thomas Dowse 



Nov. 2, 1873 

Sept. 3, 1877 

Oct. 29, 1868 
Dec. 31, 1901 



Apr. 12, 1860 Aug. 23, VJW 

1885 
1890 
1894 
1898 



Mar. 29, 1863 

ISSt) 

Dec. 29, 1888 

1890 



Apr. 7, 1832 May 2, 1864 Eliza Kader 
Mar. 19, 1859 

Aug. 12, 1835 June 25, 1890 Sanmel Yost 
Mar 15 1875 Anna Trumbore 

Sept. 17, 1838 Feb. 14. 1877 Uosauna Reif 



Charles E. Allen 



Oct. 24. 1866 
Sept. 28. 1868 
July 19. 1871 



Oct. 15, 1843 

Jnly 5. 18(>0 
Mav 4. 1872 
Mar. 3, 1882 



Virginia Werst 

Owen B. Sigley 
William Colver 



256 



GENEALOGY OF 



Gen. No. Names 


Born 


Died 


Married to 


1570 








5 158 Robert S. Clewell 
G Child 


Oct. 26, 


1856 Feb. 11, 1886 Mary E. Werner 


6 1574 Vera M. 


June 15, 


1881 


James G. Confer 


1571 








6 15G7 Samuel H. Yost 
G Children 

7 Helen 
Mary 


Mar. 15, 


1S75 


Anna Trumbore 


1572 








6 1568 Henry Pfeifter 
G Children 

7 Helen M. 
Hattie R. 
Herbert C. 


Sept. 28, 

May 4, 
Mar. 2, 
Sept. 24, 


1868 

1896 
1901 
1902 


Virginia Werst 


1573 








6 1569 Mary E. Colver 
G Child 

7 Ellen 


May 4, 


1872 


William Colver 


1574 








6 1570 Vera M. Confer 
G No Children 


June 15, 


1881 


James G. Confer 


1575 








6 622 James Reph 
G Children 

7 Lottie 
Earl 
Clark 








1576 








6 622 Estella Longenbach 
G Child 

7 Warren 






George E. Longenbach 


1577 








6 470 Harry G. Haberstumpf 
G No Children 


Oct. 13, 


1887 


Katie Warmkessel 


1578 








c. 4.s:; Emma S. Fatzinger 
F No Children 


Dec. 10, 


1877 


Owen Fatzinger 


1579 








6 480 Ellen C. Hower 
F No Children 


Jan. 3, 


1884 


Lloyd C. Hower 



THE CLEWBLL FAMILY. 257 



Born Died Born Died Married to 



1580 

015 Florence O. Murpby July 31. 1882 Cliarlton li. Murphy 

G No Children 

1581 

B 7G7 Earl E. Bruch Mar. 21, 1889 Bessie C. Fahs 

G Child 

7 Dorothy Adell Oct. 5, 190G June 20, 1907 

1588 Emma V. Romig of No. 817. No reply to our inquiries. 

1590 Robert A. Clewell of No. 1235, is married to Fannie J. Lewis. 

No children. 

1591 Henry Huth of No. 530, is married to Laura Bitting. No children. 

1592 Eddie Litzenberger of No. 431. Has several children but no re- 

port. 

1593 Edgar Schmickle of No. 797 is married to Clarissa Kiegel. No 

children 

1594 Lovin W. Blasius of No. 4(14. No I'l'port. 

1595 Oscar E. Biasius of No. 404. No report. 

159G Eugene A. Clewell of No. 709. Is married but has no children. 
1597 Laura B. Watson of No. 210. Her husband's name may be 

"Matson" but no reply after repeated efforts. 
HMM) Catharinm M. Koelile)- of No. 22 was marrieil but no traces of 

her family could be found. 

1601 Peter Clewell of No. 44. Had a family and was living in the 

vicinity of Cunningham. Pa., and died without children. 

1602 Fanny Clewell of No. 44. She was married to a Mr. Young and 

lived at Quakake, Pa., but no traces of her descendants 
could be found. 

1603 Harriet Clewell of No. 44. No report. 

1604 Elizabeth Livengood of No. 45. No address. 

1605 Sarah Styers of No. 45. No address. 
16<>') Nancy Brindel of No. 45. No address. 

1607 Mary Bevel of No. 45. No address. 

1608 "William Clauss of No. 51 as well as his brothers, .Tames, Enoch 

and Ambrose. We werp informed that AVilliam was mar- 
ried but had no address to any of them. 

1609 .Jane Chaffin of No. .51. No address could be given to us and 

therefore no report. 

1610 Laura Griffith of No. 51. No reply to several in(iuiries. 

1611 Henrietta Clewell of No. 56 was married and some of her des- 

cendants living in Mlichigan and made repeated efforts to 
obtain information but received no replies. 

1612 Frank G. Clewell of No. 14(i7 has a family but no replies to 

several inquiries. 

1613 Julius D. Clewell of No. 79, is married and has a family. No 

reply to our inquiries. 



258 GENEALOGY OF 

1(314 Loviiie W. Mes&inger of No. 106. No address. 

Kilo Lewis O. Miksch of No. Ill was married but received no reply 
tu rei)eated efforts. 

Kile. Cliristiuii Bates of No. 12l>. is married Init no reply to our in- 
quiries. 

KHT Charles Bates of No. 120, is married but no report. 

1(>18 Ellen .T. Bates of No. 120. was married, became a widow and 
married a second time. No report. 

1(11!) Sni-ah Yoe of No. 172 was niarried but we were unable to ol>- 
tain fui'tlier informntioi!. 

Hy21 George Clewell of No. 18o was married and left two daughters. 

1G22 Reuben Clewell of No. 185. AVas never married. 

1(>23 William Clewell of No. 186. Lived in the State of New York and 
died, leaving descendants. 

1624 George M. Sides of No. 187. Was married. No further informa- 

tion. 

1625 James XL Sides of No. 187. Was married. No further informa- 

tion. 

1626 Mary C. Reich of No. 187. No reply to our inquiries. 

1627 William T. Sides of No. 187. No address given. 

1628 Christian Sides of No. 187. No address given. 

1629 Ambrose E. Sides of No. 187. No address given. 

1680 Elizabeth G. Johnson of No. 187. No address given. 

1681 Jonathan P. Romlnger of No. 11)2. No report. 

1632 Isaac J. Rominger of No. 1!)2. No repoi't. 

1633 Martha C. Ellis of No. 195. No report. 

1684 Lewis C. Mulican of No. 195. No report. 

1685 Rebecca Davis of No. 195. No report. 

1636 Albert F. G. Clewell of No. 1467 has a family and several chil- 
dren, but received no information. 

1(k?8 Jacob Clewell of No. 226 is married and has a family, but no 
reply to our inquiries. 

1()39 Thomas A. Banks of No. 296 was reported l)y friends as having 
a family, but no report. 

1640 Elnoyra Schoolt of No. 313 has a family, but no report. - 

1641 Charles T. Clewell of No. 313 b^Sfc+t- -family- and was a snTdierin 

tlie'Spaii^ish-Americau War. No report. 

1642 ^Limie Wollenlierg of No. 334 was reported l)y friends as being 

married. No reply to our inquiries. 
1()43 May Grolle of No. 384. No report. 

1644 Morris McVaugh of No. 384. No report. 

1645 Laura C. Alexander of No. 387. Letters aildri'ssed to lier were 

returned "Unclaimed." 
KUr, Cliloe E. Reed of No. 533. No report. 
I(i47 AuwA S. l';'nnM!gton of Xo. Tu'A. Xo re])ort. 
1I14S Wreathe \'. Collins of Xo. .i:U. Xo ivport. 
1(;49 William Newhard of No. 623. Is married, but no reply to our 

inquiries. 
lO.'.o Mav Iletten of No. 630. No address given. 



THE OLEWELL FAMILY, 259 

1651 Hattie Shipe of No. 630. No address giveu. 

1652 Laura Smith of No. 682. No report. 

1653 Ida E. Weisner of No. 635. No report. 

1654 Charles R. Faw of No. 686. No report. 

1655 Alpha S. Faw of No. 635. No report. 

1656 Sarah E. Weisner of No. 685. No report. 

1657 Jacob W. Faw of No. 685. No report. 

1658 Harvey A. Faw of No. 685. No report. 

1659 Addie J. Huffman of No. 636. No report. 

1660 Sallie M. Beckuer of No. 686. No report. 

1661 Cora R. Becliner of No. 686. No report. 

1662 Henry H. Sides of No. 636. No report. 

1663 Sarali R. Lamb of No. (MO. No report. 

1664 S. Maria Ellen wood of No. 641. No report. 

1665 Bessie Place of No. 646. No report. 

1666 Sarah J. Snyder of No. 655. No report. 

1667 William I. Hitchcock of No. 658. No report. 

1668 Charles S. Hitchcock of No. 658. No report. 

1669 Nellie Horseman of No. 665. No report. 
KwO Frank Rominger of No. 665. No report. 
1671 Emma M. Trotter of No. 666. No report. 
1672. Grayce F. Ragen of No. 671. No report. 

1673 Georgiana Baker of No. 682. No report. 

1674 Charles F. Jacoby of No. 099. No report. 

1675 Mary M. Steward of No. 700. No report. 

1676 Eva E. Raub of No. 700. No report. 

1677 Olga I. Heffelfinger of No. 700. No report. 

1678 Eimima :Miller of No. 702. No report. 

1679 Laura Clemme of No. 702. No report. 

1680 Charles Laudenberger of No. 702. No report. 

1681 Lizzie Erney of No. 702. No report. 

1682 Katie Constancer of No. 702. No report. 

1683 Minnie B. Weidaw of No. 717. 

1686 Mabel Yeisley of No. 707. Has one child. No name given. 

1687 Florence Burley of No. 797. Has one child. No name given. 

1688 Harry E. Hess of No. 821. No report. 

1689 Maud M. Livansberry of No. 821. No report. 

1690 Helen A. Stewart of No. 822. No report. 

1691 Bessie E. Shipues of No. 885. No report. 

1692 Florence O. Faterson of No. 835. No report. 
1698 Lucila M. Shimer of No. 886. No report. 
1(;94 Edwin A. DarAvard of No. 919. No report. 
ICO.'. Caroline S. Helm of No. 928. No report. 
1690 Sophia E. Allen of No. 933. No report. 

1697 Etta L. Secrest of No. 933. No report. 

1698 Ralph B. Walp of No. 1022. No report. 



Biographical 
Sketches. 



NOTK 



The wisdom of preserving- in some form or another the deeds 
of one's life has been exemphfied by many a historian. Through 
it, many persons saw the means which others employed to raise 
-themselves from poverty and obscurity. The simple story of 
"when you were a boy" is not likely to have a bad influence on 
future generations. With these objects in view, we requested 
the descendants of Franz and George Clewell in a circular 
letter, to submit their story. 

It should be understood that no attempt has been made to 
write a biography of those deceased, in the second and third 
generations, since in many cases, we only had the obituary 
records. 

By way of explanation it may be proper to say that the 
numbers in parentheses refer to the family in the geneological 
part of the history, where in many cases the dates of birth and 
death and to whom married, have to be found. 

The Editor. 



BIOGRAPHIES. 



JOHN CLEWELL. 

John Clewell (13), a son of George and Anna Maria Clewell, 
was born in Bushkill Township on his father's plantation. He 
received the rudiments of his education in the Parocliial school 
at Schoeneck. After his marriage to his first wife who died in 
1800. they moved on a farm near Bethlehem. His second wife, 
Lea Heil, died in 1819. He was the happy grand-father of 
thirty-three children at the time of his death. He is buried on 
the Moravian graveyard at Bethlehem. 

DANIEL CLEWELL. 

Daniel Clewell (14), a son of George and Anna Maria Clewell, 
was born at the Ephrata House. Xazareth, whither the family 
had fled during the Indian Insurrection in 1755- He was mar- 
ried to Susan Klein on December 11, 1782 and thereafter lived 
at Schoeneck. He was a life-long member of the church there 
and was active in building the church of 1793. He was a linen- 
weaver by trade and his industry made it possible for him to 
retire in 1818. His wife died in 1829 and both are buried at 
Schoeneck. 

JOSEPH CLEWELL. 

Joseph Clewell (16) was born on the pioneer settlement of his 
father, George, near Moorestown, Pa. He received the rites of 
baptism in the Moravian Church at Schoeneck and on July 8, 
1781, was received into the ciiurch and in 1785 became a com- 
municant member. His father taught him to weave and to farm, 
liesides his, now uncommon, schooling, it should be remembered 
that he experienced the fleeing of the family to ])laces of safety 
on account of Indian Insurrections. He was married in Bethle- 
hem, Pa., on July 7, 1790, to Magdalena Knauss who was born 
at Emaus, on September 3, 1761. After his marriage he moved 
to Emaus, Pa., where they began housekeeping, he following his 
trade. On July 10, 1803, liis wife died and on May 27, 1804, mar- 
ried for the second time. He continued to live at Emaus where 
he died and is buried in the Aloravian graveyard. He reached 
the ripe age of nearly seventy-two years. 







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THE CLEWELL FAMILY 265 

LEWIS B. CLEWELL. 

Lewis B. Clewell ( 140) was born in Millo-rove now Aluta, 
Bushkill Township, Northampton County, Pa. His boyhood 
days were spent in attending- the district school and assisting- 
his father on his farm and in the weaving- shop. ( )n arriving at 
the ag-e of youth he became an apprentice of his trade, namely, 
cabinetmaking. He learned liis trade with Messrs. Luckenbacli 
and Belling in Bethlehem. 

While in Bethlehem he took advantage of his o]:)portunities 
and added to his schooling which he had received in his child- 
hood. He also continued his music, the rudiments of which 
he had acquired at Schoeneck. Being- studious, he naturally 
strengthened those cpialitics of mind and character which made 
for his success in later life. 

At the outbreak of the Civil War. he left the comforts of 
home and went forth as a defender of his country. He enlisted 
as a private in Company I, One Hundred Fifty-third Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Infantry. At the battle of Chancellorsville he was 
captured bv the Confederates and taken to the Libby War 
Prison in Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy. After a 
few weeks of continement he was paroled and brought to 
Camp Convalescent near Washington, D. C. He was First 
Corporal of his Company. 

On his return from the war, he made his place of residence 
in his native village and followed car]:)entry. He also became 
the organist of the Plaintield Church which position he held for 
several years and then resigned only to accept a similar j^osition 
in the church at Biishkill Center whither he had moved. He 
was connected with that part of church work for 26 years. 

He was married in 1865, and while living at Bushkill Center, 
he became a partner with his brother-in-law, Julius C. Friebely, 
in the general merchandise business for five years. He organized 
a Sunday School in the congregation of his village and the flour- 
ishing and prosperous condition in which he relinguished thtf 
superintendency of the school after nineteen consecutive years, 
is evidence of his efficiency. 

In 1887, he conceived the idea of uniting the church choirs of 
Northampton County for the purpose of promoting church 
music, especially the chorals. He met with a hearty response, 



266 THE HISTORY OF 

and has been honored with the i^residencv of the Association 
since its organization. 

In 1892, he moved with his family to Bethlehem, where he 
still resides. As a means of employino; his time which he al- 
ways considered valuable he began "tuning" pianos and organs. 
He, at once, became popular in that art as the eagerness of the 
people to emplov him would show. 

Among his many works of "love," but not the least, is the 
Clewell Family History. The undertaking was a stupendous 
one, which, if realized at the beginning might have proven fatal 
to the history. I'ut, like liis co-laborer in this work. Rev. Lewis 
P. Clewell, he felt that his ancestors were worthy of honor, be- 
sides being prompted by the feeling that many of th? descend- 
ants were tmconscious of their kinship. He suggested the idea 
of a history, which was promptly accepted and the work begun. 

At times, the outlook of the history was anything but en- 
couraging. The voyage of the two progenitors was only tvpical 
of the course of the history. I'ut with a determination and 
resolution which are characteristics of its author, he jjressed 
forward, without a shadow of hope of a pecuniary reward, but 
to accomplish his coveted end. In this he deserves the api)lause 
of his kinsfolk. 

Mr. Clewell has been a lifelong and zealous ^Moravian. In 
his youth he was confirmed in the Schoeneck Moravian Churcn 
and held membershi]) there until he moved to IJethlehem, when 
he had the same transferred. Being useful in any part ot 
church work, and having the confidence and respect of the peo- 
ple he was asked to become a member of the Building Commit- 
tee in the erection of the church at Bushkill Center, which is a 
Union Congregation and when the church at Schoeneck was to 
be built he w'as also chosen. Many other positions of trust 
might be named, but they would only add to what has already 
been said. 

M.AKIA MAGD.\LENA CLEWELL. 

Maria Magdalena Clewell (2) was born in Oley. While ir, 
her infancy her parents moved to theTr possessions near Naza- 
reth. She was never married, living mostly in Sisters' Houses 
among the Moravians and nursing the sick. She was noted 
for her kindness. She is l)uried at Lititz, Lancaster County, 
Penna. 



THE CLE WELL FAMILY 



267 




REV. LEWIS PHILIP CLE\\'ELL. 



Rev. Lewis Philip Clewell (284) was born at Schoeneck, Penn. 
He received his early education in the public schools and was 
confirmed a member of the Moravian Church in Schoeneck. He 
at first, proposed to devote his life to a business career. Accord- 
ingly, in 1857, he entered a dry g-oods store at Reading, Pa., as 
clerk but after a few years gave up his position in order to accept 
a position in the Weltburger ofifice at Easton, Pa. 

H'e was making good progress in this new situation, for besides 
attaining proficiency as a compositor, he was beginning to d'o ac- 
ceptable work as a writer for the papers connected with the 
ofifice. The conviction, however, which he had long felt that 
he ought to preach the Gospel was all the while growing deeper 



268 THE HISTORY OF 

and led him in the autumn of 1861, to leave East on and enter 
the Theological Seminary at Ijethlehem. 

After a two years course in this institiution, in the summer of 
1863. he enlisted as a member of the Thirty-fourth Pennsylvania 
Alilitia, His military service was brief. After receiving- an honor- 
able discharge, he entered ui)on the duties of teacher iii the Xaza- 
reth Military Academy at Xazareth. 

While at the Xazareth Hall he ofifered his services to the 
governing board of the Moravian Church to g'o to some foreign 
place as a missionary. His services were accepted and he was 
assigned to go to the West Indies. But the needs of the churcli 
at home were pressed upon him to which he yielded. On Xov- 
ember 19, 1865, he was ordained a Deacon in the Moravian 
Church and soon afterward started for his first charge which 
was i-. Moravia, Iowa. That he had not mistakcii his calling, the 
success which attended the work in his vario'us pastorates is 
sufficient evidence. 

During the thirty nine years of his ministry, he served eight 
dififerent charges, built seven churches, three parsonages, organiz- 
ed six congregations, extensively repaired four churches and 
three parsonages, besides being instrumental in bringing many 
into the membership of the church. He was a man of great de- 
termination and untiring energy. His appointment to a charge 
was generally regarded as a signal for a forward move in that 
charge. 

Oil May 16, 1867, he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah 
Bhckensderfer of Gnaclenhutten, ( )hio, who nroved in every 
way well qualified to uphold his hands in his chosen calling. 

He felt that he had just cause to be proud of his ancestry, and 
for years had cherished the hope of some day being able to 
produce a history of the Clewell family. While located at South 
Bethlehem, circumstances seemed to adjust themselves for carry- 
ing out his long deferred plan. 

Lewds B. Clewell (see 140) had in the meanwdiile located in 
Bethlehem who also entertained similar intentions. ( For further 
account see Preface and Account of Reunions). The circum- 
stances of his death were characteristic of the energy and deter- 
mination displayed throughout his entire life. Although suffering 
with a heavy cold he ])ersisted in con.ducting the services for 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 269 

New Year's Eve as is customary among Aloravians. Two clays 
later, he was taken with a chill, which sj^eedily developed into 
pneumonia and on January 9, 1904, he died. The funeral services 
were conducted by l)ishops Levering and Oerter and he was 
buried in Xiskey Hill Cemetery, Bethlehem, with full military 
honors as a member of Robert Oldham Post, G. A. R. of which 
he was chaplain. 

SIDNEY A. CLEA\'I<:lL. 

Sidney A. Clewell (108) was born at Schoeneck, Pa., oppo- 
site the church. He acquired the rudiments of an education 
in the public schools and in the Nazareth Parochial schools. 
During his youth he inclined to the business Hfe which he enter- 
ed after his marriage in 1836 to Cecelia Haman. He conducted 
a general merchandise store in Centreville and Stockertown, 
Northampton County, Pa. Later, he was prominently connected 
with the charcoal blast furnace in Jacobsburg generally known 
as the "Forg-e." This enterprise was established in 1808. In 
1852, he moved to Philadelphia where he held the position of 
Agent for the Lehigh Transportation Company for a number 
of years. In his advanced age he relinguished his duties with 
that company and engaged in the cement and plaster business 
which he followed until his death. He is buried at Philadelphia. 

AinnXTA EMILIE BOERSTI.ER. 

Araminta Emilie Boerstler (112) was born in Nazareth^ 
Pa., and was raised in that town. On reaching maturity she 
married James Boerstler. They moved to Philadelphia, Pa., 
where he was emploved on the street-railroads. She died in that 
city and her remains were brought to Nazareth and interred in 
the Moravian graveyard. 

ALEXANDER I!. STEINEK. 

Alexander B. Steiner (269) was born in Filetown, a village 
near Schoeneck, Pa. He received his education in the Schoeneck 
^Moravian Parochial School. Later, he became a member of the 
congregation. He learned the lock-filing trade with his father 
and followed it until old age. He was married to Clarinda E. 
Snyfler who preceded him into eternity after which he made his 
home with his son, Tilghman. He is buried at Kreidersville on 
the Zion's Stone Church cemetery. 




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THE CLEWELL FAMILY 2/1 



WILSOiN D. SEYFRIED. 



Wilson D. Seyfried ( 1062) was born at Milli^TOve, now Alnta, 
a small village not far from Schoeneck, Pa. His education began 
with work on his father's farm and attending- the public schools 
during- the winter months. At thirteen, he was employed in his 
uncle's general merchandise store and later clerked for C. H. 
Alohn and Son. At sixteen he entered the teaching profession 
which he followed ever since and is now em])loyed in the Bethle- 
hem Public Schools as teacher and Princii)al of a building-. 

The religious instructions that he received in his boyhood 
were not in vain. He is greatly interested in Sunday School 
and Church work, having- been instrumental in organizing" two 
Sundav Schools and has held various church offices. 

Socially, he is connected wdth the L O. O. F., of which he had 
the honor of being the installing officer of his District for sev- 
eral years, and a member of Star Encampment. I. ( ). ( ). F.. of 
which he has the Grand Patriarch Degree, and a member of 
Lehigh Council. Royal x\rcanum. 

ELIZABPITH CLAUSS. 

Elizabeth Clauss (12) was born in Piushkill Township. Xorth- 
ampton County, Pa. She, being the oldest daughter of George 
Clewell (3) whose plantation was not far from Moorestown. 
received her first lessons for life on the frontier. She was mar- 
ried to George Clauss, Junior, of Schoeneck in 1773, whose 
father built the first house in that village. George Clauss. Senior, 
was an emigrant from Bohemia. After their marriage, they 
began housekeeping at Schoeneck where he was a prosperous 
shoemaker. About the year 1780, Mr. Clauss. with a partner. 
entered into the business of buying horses and selling them in the 
markets of Philadelphia. His partner proved to be dishonest 
and he lost heavily through the operation so that he was forced 
to begin life anew. He became an immigrant of Stokes County, 
North Carolina, in 1783 and later she followed him with the 
children, making the journey from Schoeneck, Pa., to Stokes 
County, N. C. on horse-back according to well founded tradi- 
tion. After being settled in their new home, he worked at his 
trade as shoemaker and with the assistance of his sons tilled a 
small farm in the suburbs of what is now the city of ^^Mnston- 



272 THE HISTORY OF 

Salem, N. C. Alisfortnnes, however, pursued them and the bright 
sun of success which they evidently saw at the beginning of their 
married life never appeared again. Being but a middle aged 
man, he died in 1806. leaving a widow with her nine children 
to meet thestruggles of life. Her troubles must have seemed to 
her endless as two of her children had died of smallpox and now 
was left alone far away from her immediate relatives. 

But the sterling qualities of her character manifested them- 
selves in action. Elizabeth Clauss outlived her husband many 
years and always being homesick, visited her relatives in Schoe- 
neck, Penns}dvania, in her old age probably 75 years or more, 
making the journey both ways on foot and alone. 

She was generously received by her brothers and sisters who 
shared with her in the division of her father's estate ( See Will of 
George Clewell ) receiving several hundred dollars which she 
kept intact against her funeral expenses. She was married a 
second time, to Jacob Frederick Lagenauer in 1807 with whom 
she had no children. She died at the ripe old age of 81 years, 
6 months and 3 days and is buried at the Friedland Moravian 
Church, N. C. At the time of her death she had 53 grand-children 
and 31 great-grand-children. 

CHRISTINA FULKERSON. 

Christina Fulkerson (38) was born in Schoeneck, Penna. 
She united with the Moravian Church there in 1816. In 1818, she 
married Philip Fulkerson with whom she lived till 1824, when 
he died. They always resided in her natal village. Both were 
active in the welfare of their church. 

ELIZABETH AIIKSCH. 

Elizabeth Miksch (71) was born in Schoeneck, Penn. On 
April II, 1820, she was married to Joseph Miksch who built the 
first iron foundry in the Lehigh Valley in the Spring of 1824. 
After a brief married life of a little over four years, her hus- 
band died. Aug. 17, 1824, before he had started the newly 
Iniilt foundry. She sold her interests in IJethlehem and moved 
to Nazareth where she lived for nearly seventy years a widow. 
She died at Nazareth and is buried there. She reached the age 
of 95 years, 3 months and 17 days. 



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CHARLES WILLIAM LOUX. 



Charles William Loux, Esq., A. M. (1064). Ntothing is left 
now of the old tannery at Millgrove where the subject of this 
sketch learned, perhaps reluctantly, his first lessons in industry. 
The half day fishing trips to the Bushkill that alternated regularly 
with the monotonous task at the bark mill furnished the necessary 
relief, and afforded an opportunity for an appreciation of nature, 
which had a lasting effect on his life. 

The training of Christian parents, the influences of the old red 
school house, and of Sunday school, in boyhood, prepared the 
subject of this sketch for a rather early start in the graver duties 
of life. 

At the age of thirteen, Mr. Loux learned the trade of dressing 
roofing slate, which he followed for two summers, and also later 
during his college vacations. 

At fifteen, he began to teach, and taught four years in the 
public schools of Northampton Co., also one spring term at 
Steinsville, in Lehigh County. 



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His vacations and si)are time, evenings, during this period were 
spent in preparing- for colleg-e, under the chrection of private 
tutors. 

In 1 888, he entered Lafayette College, Easton, Pa., from which 
institution he graduated with honor in 1892, receiving the diegree 
of A. B. The degree of A. M. was conferred upon him in 1895. 

After graduation, Mr. Loux was principal of Path Valley 
Academy, I^-anklin Co.. Pa., for three years, after which, in 1895 
he removed to F^rie, Pa., where he became teacher -of classics 
and mathematics in Erie Academy. 

In 1896, as a result of a civil-service examination, Mr. Loux 
was appointed a stenographer in the Steamboat-Inspection Service 
of the Government at Pittsburg, Pa., and two years later was 
promoted and transferred to a similar position at P'rovidence. 
R. L. which position he still holds. 

Mr. Loux has shown considerable activity in the hue of litera- 
ture. He began to write verse at an early age. Some of his 
verses have appeared in The Monn'ian. The Easton Free Press, 
The Lafayette, The Golden Rule, and other publications. 

He was editor-in-chief of his college paper, The Lafayette, and 
contributed to that magazine both prose and verse, some of his 
verse being extensively copied in the college exchanges. He also 
contributed most of the verse found in his coJlege year book. The 
Melaiii^e, and at the commencement exercises was the class-day 
poet. 

In i(>02, there were published two small volumes of verse from 
his pen : "White Ribbons — Temperance Verse," and "Carminella 
— Co'llege and Other Verse." 

In October, 1904, he was admitted to the bar of the State of 
Rhode Island. 

A firm believer iu the whole Pible, a lover of all Christians, 
though an opi>onent of creeds and churchianity, he is no longer 
connected with any denominational body, but worships regularly 
with, and ministers to, an undenominational congregation of be- 
lievers, at Auburn, R. I. 

To a faithful wife (also a Clewell, as the History shows), to 
whom he was married in 1893, he credits much of his attainments 
and happiness in later life. Already a rather numerons posterity 
of the Clewell variety iis rising to call her blessed. 



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ANNA CATHERINE LEVERING EBISECKE. 

Anna Catherine Levering Ebbecke (18) was born in Plain- 
field Township now Bushkill, Northampton County, Pa. The 
Indian insurrections during her childhood made lasting impres- 
sions upon her and in many ways prepared her for later life. 
On January 5, 1791, she married Joseph Levering with whom 
she had three children when he died. She moved into the 
Widows' House in Nazareth with her children where she lived 
for a few years when in 1799 she married John Christian 
Ebbecke. Mr. Ebbecke was born in Aloeringen, Germany. His 
father who was a soldier expected his son, John, to follow military 
life but this was unfavorable to his mother who taught him the 
beauties of civil life; he. therefore, was allowed to learn tailor- 
ing. While in his youth his mother died and on the return of 
his father from the mother's funeral he lay down, complaining 
ill, and within a few hours died leaving the young man an 
orphan. 

Shortly afterwards he became acquainted with the Moravian 
Church in Casel and joined the same in Niskey, where he remain- 
ed for five years as tailor in the Single Hrethren's house. He 



2/6 THE HISTORY OF 

came to Nazareth, Pennsylvania, in 1795 and lived in the lireth- 
ren's House and took charge of the tailoring-. In 17[)[), he ap- 
plied to the Moravian Church in Xazareth for a wife, it, then, 
being the custom of that church to make the selection bv "lot." 
The name of some single sisters were suggested to him but 
he replied, "I would have none exce])t the widow with the thrcL' 
children." The wish was granted and after their marriage they 
moved to Schoeneck but in the Fall of the same year built .1 
house in Friedensthal now Niskey which he named. Their wed- 
ded life was a happy one until her death. She is buried at 
Schoeneck and the widower was married a second time. 

Christian Clewell (19) "was born in I'ushkill Township. His 
wife was bom in Lancaster and came to Xazareth in 1798 and 
married that same year. After their marriage, they moved to 
Xiskey, a village near Xazareth. He was a farmer and linen 
weaver. Both are buried on the Schoeneck ^Moravian gravevard. 

NATHANIEL CLE\\ELL. 

*Xathaniel Clewell (2) a son of iM-anz and Salome Clewell 
died in his infancy and at the interment in 1759, the men went 
with their rifles on account of the dangers from the Indians. 
The child was buried on the old Xazareth cemetery, commonly 
known as "Indian Cemetery." 

JULIANNA CLE^^■ELL. 

*Julianna Clewell (2) second youngest daughter of Franz and 
Salome Clewell was born in Bushkill Township, Xorthampton 
County, Pa. She united with the Moravian Church at Schoeneck 
in 1781. In her thirteenth year she lost her right hand through 
an accident at a cider-press. In 1798, she moved to Xazareth 
with her mother, whom she nursed until her death. She then 
moved into the Sisters' House in that town. Although having 
lost her hand, she was very skilful in knitting stockings and 
mittens or gloves. She was noted as a friend of small children. 
Her nephew, Thomas Clewell. began playing the church organ 
at Schoeneck when a mere boy and the congregation worshiped 
in those times during the winter months without fire, whereupon 
the boy complained of cold hands when, out of symj^athv, she 
made for him a ])air of fine silk gloves. In 1831, she met with 
another accident, this time breaking her left arm. She sufi'ered 
an apoplectic stroke in 1844, from which she never recovered. 
She is buried in the Xazareth Moravian gravevard. 



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CHRISTINA CLEWELL. 

Christina Clewell (17) was born at Schoeneck, Penna., and 
was the youngest child of a prominent pioneer Moravian family. 
She attended the school established in the house that was bulk 
by the founders of the first church in that village. Both her 
parents died of typhoid fever during the same week, leaving her 
an orphan at the age of nine years. She was taken by her aunt 
Mrs. John Christian Ebbecke of Niskey and after their death 
she resided with her sister, Rebecca Hoeber, of Xazareth and 
later with Augusta O. Ricksecker of the same place. In 1902, 
she took apartments in the Moravian Sisters' House, on Church 
Street, Bethlehem, where she spent her last years. She retained 
a remarkable degree of physical strength to within a few years 
of her death when she was virtually helpless but her mental facul- 
ties remained remarkably clear to the end. She lived to see the 
great progress that our country made and because of her retentive 
memory and fluency in speech, she proved very interesting to 



278 THE HISTORY OF 

company. She was the last of the third generation to depart 
from this life and with Abraham Klewell (97) of Philadelphia, 
were the only of the third generation to see the beginning of the 
Clewell Family History and both were amazed at the size of the 
family and manifested great interest in the work. 

A week before her death she was taken ill and the infirmities 
of old age began to tell on her constitution and keen senses. 
Her life ebbed away calmly at the venerable age of 99 years, 5 
months and 13 days. She is buried at Nazareth. 

RCJSINA CLEWELL. 

Rosina Clewell (2), a daughter of Franz and Salome Clewell, 
was born in Bushkill Township. She was affiliated with the 
Moravian Church all her lifetime and after the death of her par- 
ents she moved into the Sisters' House at Xazareth. She never 
was married. She is buried in the Xazareth Moravian grave- 
yard. 

SALOMA CLEWELL. 

Saloma Clewell (2), a daughter of Franz and Salome Clewell. 
was born in Bushkill Township and died at Xazareth where she 
is buried on the Moravian graveyard. She was never married 
and lived in the Sisters' House, Nazareth. 

AURAHAM CLEWELL. 

Abraham Clewell (3), a son of George and Anna Maria 
Clewell, was born in Bushkill Township and died in infancy. 
The child was buried on the old Moravian cemetery commonly 
known as "Indian Cemetery." At the interment the men went 
with their rifles on account of the dangers from the Indians. 

SALOME M. CLEWELL. 

Salome M. Clewell (3), was born in Bushkill Township. She 
was confirmed in Schoeneck, in 1780 and became a member of 
that congregation. She moved into the Sisters' House, at Naza- 
reth in 1809, where she lived until her death. She was never 
married and is buried on the Nazareth Moravian graveyard. 

ELIZABETH KOEHLER. 

Elizabeth Koehler (4), second daughter of Franz Clewell was 
born in Bushkill Township, Xorthampton County, Penna. She 
was married to Leonard Koehler, of near Bethlehem, on the 21st 
of April, 1772. Soon after their marriage, they moved to Leban- 



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on, Pa., where he was enga^-ed in the wagon-making- business. 
They made frequent visits to her parents. On September 10, 18 12, 
he died in his 67th year, leaving her a widow for about six years. 
Both were members of the ^loravian Church and are buried in 
the :\roravian Cemetery, at Lebanon. Pa. 





Ar.KAIIAM CLEWELL. 



HIS \NIFE, SARAH E. 



ABRAHAM CLEWELL. 

Abraham Clewell (20) was born in Bushkill Township, North- 
ampton County, Pa. O'f his youth very httle is known. He was 
a cabinet maker by trade and after his marriage Hved in Plnladel- 
phia where he carried on the business very successfully. He 
is buried at Philadelphia. 

CATHARINE HECKEDORN. 

Catharine Heckedorn (5), was born in Bushkill Township. 
Northampton County. Pa. After her marriage, they .moved to 
York, Pa., where she died and is buried. 



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HOMESTEAD OF FRANCIS CLEWELL 



FRANCIS CLEWELL. 

Francis Clewell (8) was born in Millgrove. now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pa., and attended the Parochial school at 
Schoeneck. In 1776, he erected a house for himself on the hill on 
the west.bank of the Biishkill Creek known as the Swiss House. 
It stood about a fourth of a mile to the south-west of his father's 
house. He was married to Anna Elizabeth Weinland in the year 
1785, who was born in Gnadenthal. He was a weaver by trade 
but after his marriage he followed farming and cleared much of 
his farm of the woods. He was a life-long member of the 
Schoeneck Moravian Church and much respected among his 
friends and neighbors. He was talented and skillful. He died 
in his 64th year and is buried at Schoeneck. His wife is buried 
at the same place. 

ARTHUR GEORGE CLEW^ELL. 

Arthur George Clewell (732) is employed by a grocery firm in 
Waverly, Iowa, but possesses considerable property in Okla- 
homa, where he lived for several years and then returned to the 
above place. 



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ABRAHAM KLEW'ELL. HIS WIFE, ELLEN. 

Abraham Klewell (97) was born in Philadelphia. After leav- 
ing the pay schools, he served apprenticeship with his father as 
a wood-turner but never followed that trade. He became a sta- 
tionary eng-ineer wdiich he followed all his life. He is buried at 
Philadelphia. [He was one of two of the third generation that 
was privileged to hear of the beginning of the Clewell history and 
also of the first reunion. Although, at first doubting that he be- 
longed to the family since he spelled his name with a K instead 
of a C, but upon investigation he found that his father had writ- 
ten his name with a C in his marriage certificate. Ed. | 

NATHANIEL CLEWELL. 

Nathaniel Clewell (9) was born in PJushkill Township, North- 
ampton County, Pa. He spent most of his youth in the family 
of his sister, Elizabeth Koehler,at Lebanon where he learned the 
wheelwright trade. He returned to Schoeneck where he labored 
diligently and met with success. He was married on Alay 24, 
1790. He was a life-long member of the Moravian church at 
Schoeneck and very active and influential in the afi^airs of the 
congregation, especially so, in building the second church, that 
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282 THE HISTORY OF 

He secured an organ for that church and organized a trombone 
choir. He echicated his sons in nnisic with the intention that 
they should carry on. after his death, what he had organized. 
He was tlie organist of the church for many years without re- 
muneration. He met death through an accident while on a trip 
to the north side of the Blue Mountains for planks and while on 
his way home on a moonlight night in descending a hill a part 
of his wagon broke which threw him under the wheels and he 
expired soon afterward. He is buried on the Schoeneck Mora- 
vian graveyard. 

ANNA DOROTHEA KREUSER. 

Anna Dorothea Kreuser (lo) was born in Plainfield Town- 
ship now Bushkill Township, Northampton County, Penna. She 
was a pupil of the Moravian School at Schoeneck. She was 
married at Nazareth on Nov. lo, 1799 to Conrad Kreuser, who 
was born March 14. 1763 in Holzmaden near Kuchheim in Wur- 
temberg. He emigrated to x-\merica in 1795. In the year 1800, 
they left Nazareth and moved to Winston-Salem where he be- 
came the overseer of the finances of the Moravian Church. He 
was a widower for nearly five years. Both are buried in the 
Moravian Cemetery at Salem, N. C. 

JACOB CLEWELL. 

Jacob Clewell (11) was born in Bushkill Township, while his 
parents George and Anna Maria Clewell were living with Franz 
Clewell. After his marriage, they moved on a farm near Bethle- 
hem where he prospered. He is buried on the Moravian grave- 
yard at Bethlehem. 

ANNA JOHANNA ECKENSRERGER. 

Anna Johanna Eckensberger ( 26 ) was born at Schoeneck, 
Pa., where she resided up to her seventh year when her parents 
moved to Nazareth, Pa. 

On Easter Sunday, April 7, 1817, she was married to John 
Jacob Eckensberger, a widower with whom she lived iov forty 
two years. For thirteen years she was a widow and lived in 
the Sisters' House, Nazareth. 

The day before her death, she spent in working at her ac- 
customed employment but felt somewhat ill in the evening. That 



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nig-ht she slept little and complained the next morning and died 
that same day at 9 A. M 

She was of a quiet disposition, not making much ado about 
anything, and of a contented mind which had its orig'in in her 
love to her Saviour. A particular trait of her character was 
that she always wished not to be troublesome to others by and 
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F. THOMAS CLEWELL AND WIFE. 

F. Thomas Clewell (36) was born in Schoeneck, Pa., and re- 
ceived the customary education of the Moravian Church. In his 
youth he learned the wagon-making trade with his father and 
after his death conducted his father's business with equally good 
success. He married on December 13, 1818. and soon after- 
ward bought the homestead of his father and lived in 
Schoeneck throughout his lifetime. At the end of forty-five 
years of married life in 1863, his wife died. Both of them belonged 



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to the Schoe'ieck Moravian Church and he was oroanist for 
more than forty-six years without any remuneration. He was 
compelled to relinquish his place at the orj^-an on account of his 
failing' eye-si^ht which continued until he was almost hlind. 
In June i8r^3 he had an operation performed on his eyes which 
restored partial sight but never to such a deg-ree that he could 
see well. On one occassion when (juite an old man, he attended 
Thanksgiving Day services and hearing the choir r:?nder a 
selection he could not /estrain himself and made up his mind that 
he \vould sing with the choir during the following holidays. 
He died of pneumonia and is buried at Schoeneck. 



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PAUL SIEGFRIED AND WIFE, JOHANNA. 

Johanna Maria Siegfried (35) was born in Millgrove. Bush- 
kill d\)wnship, Xorthampton County, Penn. She attended the 
Moravian Parochial School at Schoeneck. In her youth, she 
was confirmed and became a member of the church there. On 



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]\Iarch 20, 1814, she was married to Paul Siegfried, who was 
born in Berks County, Pa. He was a soldier in the War of 
1S12 against (^reat Britain. He was a musician in the Tliird 
Company, hirst Rifle Re.y-iment, Northampton County \'ohui- 
teers. 

They were po])uIar and prcxsperous farmers in her natiye 
township, besides doing- considerable work as a millwright ami 
carpenter. He was a charter member of the Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Company of Northampton County and held several county 
and township offices. They liyed in matrimony for more than 
fifty-two years. Both are buried at Schoeneck. 




J. PHILIP CLEWELL HIS WIFE, ANN.\ MARIA. 

J. Philip Clewell (70) was born at Schoeneck, Pa. Pie at- 
tended the Parochial School at Schoeneck, which was discon- 
tinued during- his school days, and he went to Nazareth. On 
arriving- at the proper age he was given his trade that of a 
locksnnth wdiich he followed during his entire life. He married 
Anna Maria Roth, a grand-daughter of a missionary among the 
Indians, on the 13th of October. 181 6. 

They lived for the greater i^art of their lives on the hill north 
of the" grave-yard. They lived in matrimony for over fifty-five 
years. I'.oth were members of the church at Schoeneck. ITe 
took an active part in the afifairs of that church and as a mem- 
ber of the church orchestra played a French horn, as well as a 
trombone. Both are buried at Schoeneck. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 287 

J. SAMUEL CLEWELL. 

J. Samuel Clewell (34) was born at Millgrove, now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pennsylvania. He received the rudiments 
of an education in the Moravian Parochial school at Schoeneck. 
In 1S14, he enlisted as a private soldier in the First Rifle Regi- 
ment, Third Company, Northampton County, Pennsylvania 
Volunteers, in the second war with Great Britian generally 
known as the War of 18 12. The company was stationed at 
Marcus Hook, south of Philadelphia, on the Delaware River, to 
protect that rity from the menace of the British Lion. When 
the war receded to other parts, the company was mustered 
out of service and our subject returned to his parents. In the 
year 1816, he was married to Catharine Hahn and began house- 
keeping and farming on his father's farm. After his father's 
death he bought a part of his father's tract and erected a dwell- 
ing house and other necessary buildings and continued farming. 
He was a linen-weaver by trade. He made it his principal liveli- 
hood and followed it to within a few years of his death. 

He became a widower through the death of his wife, leaving 
to his fatherly care a large family of children. In 185 1, he 
married Mrs. Susan Brinker, nee Wilhelm, a widow. He was a 
life-long resident of his native village and of a quiet disposition. 
He was affectionate but firm to his children and endeavored to 
impress them with the beautiful in life. After his children had 
left his roof, it was his custom to pay them regular visits. He 
visited his son, Francis, then living near B'ellefonte. Center 
County, Pa., several times, making the journey on foot a 
distance of about 150 miles. He was a life-long member of the 
Schoeneck Moravian Church, the welfare of which he watched 
with tender care. He and his first wife are buried at Schoeneck. 

I'lIILLlI'l'lNE MILLER. 

Phillippine Miller {t,^}, the oldest child of Francis Clewell, 
was born in Millgrove, now Aluta, Northampton County, Pa. 
She was brought up under the instruction of the Moravian 
Church. She married George Miller who was of German descent 
and a weaver by trade. Later they moved nearer to the Schoe- 
neck Moravian Church of which they were active members, lioth 
are buried in the graveyard at Schoeneck. 



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HENRY G. CLEWELL AND WIFE. 

Henry G. Clewell (93) generally known among his neighbors 
and friends as "Swamp Henry" to disting'uish him from the 
other Henrys, living- in the vicinity of Schoeneck, lived on a 
small farm in Bnshkili Township^ and conducted a nursery. He 
was a lock-filer by trade. He was a devout Christian and a 
zealous member of the Moravian Church at Schoeneck. In his 
younger days, he was a member of the church orchestra. He 
and his wife are buried at Schoeneck. 



ANNA KOSINA BECK. 

Anna Rosina Beck (85) was born in Nazareth, Pa. She was 
educated in the Moravian schools and on February 18, 1816, was 
married to I'erdinand Jacob IJeck. lioth of them were devoted 
members of the Moravian church and life-long- residents of 
Kazareth. lioth are buried al Nazareth. 



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ELIZABETEI WHITESELL. 

Elizabeth \Miitesell ( 24 ) was born in Plainfield, now Bnsh- 
kill Townshi]), Xorthampton Comity, Penn. She was baptized 
and confirmed in the Moravian Chnrch at Schoeneck. On 
Jnly 20, 1817, she was married to Andrew Whiteseh, a widower, 
who came from Hope, X. J. Vov a short time, after her mar- 
riage, they hved at Monnt I'ethel, from whence they moved to 
Nazareth, in 1818. Both were members of the Moravian 
Chnrch at Xazareth and are buried there. 

JOHN CLEWELL. 

John Clewell (6), was born in Plainfield, now Bushkill Town- 
ship, Xforthampton Co., Penna. His boyhood was spent on his 
father's farm, clearing- land, etc. He united with the Moravian 
Church at Schoeneck. On April 25, 1780, he married Anna 
Johanna Klein, who came from Saucon Township with her 
parents to Bushkill and where she became acquainted with the 
^loravian Church. In 1793, they took possession of a farm at 
Xazareth and there spent the rest of their pilgrimage. Of their 
nine children, eight survived their parents. Both parents died in 
the same year. He was known amo-ng- his neighbors and friends 
as "Hannes" to distinguish him from the other John Clewells. 



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SARAH CLEWELL. 

*Sarah Clewell (6) was born in Nazareth, Pa. She was a 
Hfe-long member of the Moravian Church and for many years 
lived in the Sisters' House there. She is buried in Xazareth 
Moravian Graveyard. 

ANNA MARIA DANKE. 

Anna Maria Danke (7). a daughter of Franz and Salome 
Clewell, was born in Bushkill Township, Northampton County, 
Pa. She became a member of the Moravian Church at Schoeneck 
in 1773. She was married on October 12, 1779, and thereaftc; 
lived at Xazareth. ?Ier husband died April 18, 1793. "She was 
a widow for more than forty years. She is buried in the Xaza- 
reth Moravian graveyard. 

JOSEPH Cr.EWELL. 

Joseph Clewell, Jr., (7^) was born at Emaus and was mostiv 
engaged in farming near his native town. He enlisted in Com- 
pany C, Forty-seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers for 
the Civil War. He was captured by the Confederates and held 
as prisoner in Shreveport, La., where he died of a chronic dis- 
ease contracted in the war. 



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HENRY J. CLEWELL. 

Henry J. Clewell (167) was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 
He received the rudiments of an education among- the Moravians 
of his birthplace but at the early ag-e of ten or twelve years, 
through the loss of his father by death, was forced to look about 
for bis livelihood. A few years after the death of his father he 
went to Philadelphia, making the trip with the stage-coach, and 
there learned tailoring. After he had finished his term of service, 
he went to Mauch Chunk and there continued his trade in that 
flourishing town, engaged in the shipping of coal. In 1835, he 
was married to Susan Aloharter of that city. Soon after marriage 
they moved to Cunningham, Pa., and from thence to Columbus, 
Pa., remaining six years and then to Berwick where he began 
to work in the car- works and continued until after the death of 
his wife on Sept. 20, 1883. As a widower he lived among his 
children until 1899 when he died of gangrene at the old age of 
87 years. He united with the Kvanu'elical Church after arriving 
in Columbia County of which he was a consistent member at the 
time of his death. He was a kind-hearted man, always ready to 
encourage and extend the hand of sympathy to aid another in the 



292 THE HISTORY OF 

strug-gle of life, which traits he acquired largely from his experi- 
ence. He was accustomed to make regular visits to his relatives 
in and about Nazareth and made the journey from Mauch Chunk 
to Nazareth on foot. 




ALEXANDER CLEWELL. 

Alexander Clewell (281) was born at Schoeneck. where he 
spent his boyhood and youth. He emigrated to the West and 
died in the State of Kansas. 

JOSIAII CLEWELL. 

Josiah Clewell (625) was a private in Company B, i88th Regi- 
ment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, during the Civil War. He was 
with the Army of the Potomac during Gen. McClellan's penin- 
sular campaign in Virginia and also with Gen. Grant's campaign 
against Richmond. At the battle of Cold Harbor he was wound- 
ed twice. He fought in no less than eight battles. 

ILVNNAII SHELDON. 

Hannah Sheldon (729) resides on a large farm in South 
Dakota. 



THE CLE WELL FAMILY 



293 




Samuel Henry Au<;u.^t Sieo-fried (144) was born in Rushkill 
Township, Northampton County, Penn. tie attended th; public 
school in his district, but on arriving- at the age of youth, had 
to leave to learn his trade, a millwright. After his marriage 
to Caroline Gold, they moved on his fathers farm, which he 
conducted and during the winter months he taught the village 
school. In 1857, he was married to his second wife, Amelia 
Plattenberger. and they continued farming and i.eaching. He 
served his township for manv years as assessor, and in general 
was the "people's man" in his community. 

His popularity in his township w-as further rewarded by 
being- elected to the office of Reg^ister of Wills of Northampton 
County. Shortly after his election, he moved to Easton, where 
he made many friends and was re-elected at the expiration of 
his first term. He was known throuphout the entire county as 
a man whom you could trust and his advice was eagerly sought 
by his friends. 

He was a life-long- member of the Moravian Church at Schoe- 
neck. Both he and his widow are buried there. 



294 



THE HISTORY OF 




BISHOP JOSEI'H MORTIMER LEVERING. 

Joseph Mortimer Levering- ( 932 ) was l^orn at Hiamburg-, 
Hardin County, Tennessee. Shortly after his birth his parents 
returned to Hope, Ind., from whence they had moved In 1851 
they moved to Ihinois, hving at West Salem and then at Olney, 
where, in 1870, our subject left home to jjrepare for the ministry 
of the Moravian Church. 

In his youth he had taken advantage of the best educational 
facilities within his reach, having^ been aided by several scholarly 
clergymen in his private study, after completing the public school 
course. 

In September, 1870, he entered the M(-)ravian College and 
Theological Seminary at JJethlehem, Pa. He graduated in 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 295 

the class of 1874 after which he tauqht in Xazareth Hall. 
Nazareth, Pa., until the close of the year. He was ordained as 
a Deacon of the Moravian Church on December 20, 1874, and 
in the following month assumed charge of a new Missiou at 
Uhrich'sville, Ohio. 

He was ordained a Presbyter on May 21, 1876, during the ses- 
sions of the Moravian Synod at Xazareth, Pa. On June 6. 1876, 
he married Miss ^Martha Augusta Whitesell, a teacher in the 
Moravian Parochial School at Bethlehem, Pa. 

He was transferred from Uhrichsville, O., to Lake Mills, Wis- 
consin, in April, 1879, and after four years of service in this pas- 
torate he was called to Bethlehem, Pa., where, in October of 
1883, he became one of the two pastors of the oldest and largest 
Moravian Congregation in America with a membership of about 
2000. 

He was consecrated a Bishop of the Moravian Church on the 
30th day of Sei:)tember, 1888. having served a brief term in the 
Provincial Elders' Conference, the Executive Board of the North- 
ern Province of the Moravian Church in America, to which he 
was elected in February of the same year. In 1889. when the 
General Synod of the Moravian Church of America and Europe 
was held at Herrnhut. Saxony. lUshop Levering was a repre- 
sentative of the American Branch in that body and was chosen 
a \'ice-President. 

Numerous other official duties devolved upon him besides his 
pastorate and the little leisure left to him he employed in histori- 
cal research. In 1895. he was elected president of the Moravian 
Historical Society. He was also the custodian of the Provincial 
Archives of the Church from 1888 to 1901. Among his historical 
works is a History of Bethlehem. 

On July 17, 1 90 1, he resigned the pastorate of the Bethlehem 
Moravian Church, having served for nearly eighteen years (the 
longest continuous pastorate in the history of that congregation ) 
and removed with his family to Nazareth to recuperate his health. 
The Provincial Synod which convened in Bethlehem in 1903, 
called him again into active service, electing him a member of the 
Provincial Elders' Conference of the Church. He now (1907) 
holds the position of president in that body. 



THE HISTORY OF 




rkOF. JOHN H. CLKWELL, I'H.D. 
Principal of tne Winston-Salem (N. C.) Female Seminary. 



ANGELICA L. WOLLE. 

Angelica L. WoUe (286) was born in Bethlehem, Pa. She 
spent her childhood and youth in Nazareth, whither her mother 
moved after her father's death. She was educated in the Moravian 
Parochial School and became a teacher in the same school, and 
later taught at Linden Hall Seminary, Lititz, Pa. In 1846, 
she married Nathaniel Wolle, who was a merchant at Lititz. 
On June 29, 1896, they celebrated their golden wedding and 
three years later, her husband died. Mrs. Wolle was a life-long 
Moravian and very active in church work, being connected with 
the Woman's Christian Temperance Union as president, and with 
the Moravian Home Association, and with the Woman's Mis 
sionary Society of the Moravian Church. She is buried at Lititz. 



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297 




REV. ROBERT E. CLEWELL. 

Rev. Robert E. Clewell (849) was born at Harmony, Iowa. 
He entered the Moravian Co'llege and Theological Seminary at 
Bethlehem in the fall of 1886 and was graduated in 1892. Dur- 
ing the summer of 1891, previous to his graduation, he seiwed the 
congregation at Utica, N. Y., as pastor. After his graduation, 
he took charge of the Moravian congregation at Port Wash- 
ington, Ohio, which he served for two years and then accepted 
a call from the Bethesda Union, Bethesda, Iowa. He stopped 
on his journey thither at Watertown, Wisconsin, and was mar- 
ried to Miss Mamie Gille. On the evening of the day of their 
marriage, they continued their journey to his appointed place, 
arriving there the next morning. He became the pastor of the 
Moravian Congregation at Hopedale, Penn., in 1897. Of his 
children, Edgar L. was born at Bethesda, Iowa, and Margaret G. 
at Hopedale, Penn., in 1897. He now resides at Scranton, Pa. 



298 



THE HISTORY OF 





HENRY G. CLEWELL. 



HIS WIFE. ELIZA. 



Henry C. Clewell ( 114) was born in Nazareth, Penn. He re- 
ceived his education in the Moravian Parochial School, and in 
his youth became a confirmed member of the Moravian Con- 
gregation. On April 15, 185 1, he married Eliza Peisert, of 
Bethlehem. He was a cabinet-maker by trade and added the 
undertaking business. x\s such he buried 1189 persons. He 
served his congregation for twenty-seven years as Head Sex- 
ton, and four years as Trustee, and was a member of the Paro- 
chial School Board. His borough received his services in Town 
Council and in the Public School Board. 

WILLIAM FULKERSON. 

William Fulkerson (153) was bom in Schoeneck, Pa. His 
parents died when a small boy and he had his home with Jacob 
Clewell who taught him cabinetmaking. Later, he learned the 
carpenter's trade. At the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted 
in the Union Army and was captured by the Confederates and 
imprisoned at Andersonville, Georgia, for seven months. Aiter 
the war. he emigrated to Franklin County, Kansas, where 
he engaged in farming. He died at Ottawa, Kansas. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 299 

HENRY SAMUEL CLEWELL. 

Henry Samuel Clewell (139) was born in Millgrove, now 
Aluta, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. He attended the 
village school although limited as the advantages then were he 
received impres.sions which opened his eyes to the outside world. 
Leaving school, he learned the blacksmith's trade and later began 
to do business for himself in his native village where he had 
bought several acres of land and erected a house and other 
buildings. On November 27, 1859, he married Fayetta 
Steinmetz and immediately began housekeeping, living in his 
house only a few years when he sold his property and bought 
in Nazareth. Here he carried on his trade until the spring of 
1878 when he again sold his possessions and moved with his 
family to Blairstown, Benton County, Iowa. He lived here for 
about ten months when he moved farther westward, having 
bought eighty acres of land in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas. 
On reaching the new place, he commenced to build a house and 
improve his newly acquired possessions when he suddenly died 
having lived only two months in his new house. He was buried 
on his own possessions just across the street where he lived, in 
a cemetery adjoining the school-house. Later, the widow sold the 
property and returned East with her family. 

The following is an extract from an obituary of a Kansas paper. 
"He had just commenced improving his new home when the 
Master called him to the home above . His sudden removal was a 
severe stroke to his family and friends. Mr. Clewell was a mem- 
ber of the Moravian church from his youth up ; but that church 
not being represented here, he was a regular attendant of our 
service. He was beloved by all who knew him. Two weeks before 
his death I visited him and found him in good spirits." 

HENRY J. OERTER. 

Henry J. Oerter (151) was captain of Company C, One Hun- 
dred Fifty-third Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was 
wounded in the battle of Gettysburg and captured by the Confed- 
erate troops and recaputured by the Union forces. He was born 
m Bethlehem, Pa., and in i8.S3, he moved with his family to Mora- 
via, Iowa, but returned to his native state in i860 and settled 
near Freemansburg. In the night of November 29, 1864, he 
was killed by persons unknown and his body thrown into the 
Lehigh Canal. He is buried at Bethlehem. 



300 



THE HISTORY OF 




REV. THEUPHILUS G. CLEWELL. 



Rev. Theo])hilus G. Clewell (280) was born at Schoeneck. 
Pennsylvania. In his boyhood, he attended the Moravian Paro- 
chial Schools, receiving- instruction both in the German and 
English languages. Later, he entered Nazareth Hall Military 
Academy. Early in youth he entered practical life as a clerk in 
a gieneral merchandise store in Nazareth, Pa. In his desire for 
greater opportunities, he left his native town and went to Allen- 
town and thence to Catasauqua. After spending several years 
at these places, he became acciainted with the proprietor of a 
general merchandise store in Pottsville, Pa., who induced him to 
enter into his employ. He spent about three years at that place 
being very successful, but his reading of religious works had 
awakened him to higher duties. He severed his connection with 
his employer, forsaking a promising future and began the prepa- 
ration for the ministry. After several years of earnest work he 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 3OI 

offered himself as a candidate to the East Pennsylvania Confer- 
ence of the Evangelical Association and was accepted in Feb- 
ruary of 1853. He was sent to Lebanon circuit as the junior 
preacher with Rev. W. L. Reber in charge. His services in this 
circuit won the confidence of Conference and that body sent him 
to Philadelphia to establish an English church. While engaged 
in organizing a church, he became a contributor to the Ez'an- 
gelkal Messenger. He was next sent to Schuylkill Haven where 
his labors were crowned with the erection of a new place of 
worship and a parsonage and by an invitation from the Ohio 
Conference to the editorship of the Evangelical Messenger, 
which was published in Cleveland, Ohio. 

He accepted the post and on March 18, 1857, entered upon 
his duties. He served in that cai)acity for about iT) )'ears, being- 
re-elected three times. During hours of leisure from his editor- 
ship of the weekly Messenger, he translated a German Medical 
Work on Exanthema and Methods of Cure. The translation was 
received with great satisfaction, whereupon Adrian College, of 
Michigan, conferred upon him the degree of A. M. 

He served his church faithfully in the capacity of deacon, 
elder, editor of the Messenger, and for four years as Presiding 
Elder in the Pittsburg Conference when he was forced by the 
needs of a rising family to withdraw from all clerical work 
and devote himself to business. He engaged in a general real 
estate business and now in advanced years is quietly conducting 
a store and farm in South Park, Ohio. 

On May 6, 1859, he married Anna Maria Miller, whose par- 
ents had emigrated to Ohio from Virginia. She died on Novem- 
ber 19, 1881, of malarial fever at their home in Cleveland, O. 
Three years later on ]\Iay 12, he was married to Plannah Louisa 
Hoffman. 

LAVINA A. KELLER. 

Lavina A. Keller (145) was born in Millgrove, now Akita, 
Northampton County, Pa. She attended the public school in her 
village. On December 19, 1847, she was married to William 
Keller. They lived for the greater part of their lives on a farm 
in her native village. They were life-long members of the Schoe- 
neck Moravian Church and are buried in the graveyard adjoining. 



302 



THE HISTORY OF 




THE CLEWELL FAMILY 3O3 

OLIVER L. FEHR. 

Oliver L. Fehr (507) was born at Millg-rove, now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pa. During his childhood, he attended 
the public schools of his native township and also the Moravian 
Parochial School at Nazareth and the Freeland Seminary. When 
twelve years old he began to learn his trade, that of a lock-filer, 
which he followed until his twentieth year. He then became the 
teacher of the school in which he was once instructed, for three 
terms, and later accepted a position as teacher in Nazareth Hall, 
where he remained for two years. 

He then entered the general merchandise store of William 
Beitel in Nazareth and remained there until 1868 when he was 
the first one to be elected as Commissioner's Clerk of Northamp- 
ton County, which office he held for three terms or nine years. 
He was afterwards chosen to settle up the affairs of the Sau- 
con Savings Bank at Hellertown, which had failed. 

In 1879, Mr. Fehr became interested in the Eastoii ITccklv 
Argus, a newspaper printed in the city of Easton, Pa., and the 
Northampton Correspondent, a German publication. In Sep- 
tember of the same year, they began the daily edition of the 
Argus. In 1882, he became the sole proprietor of the publica- 
tions, which he continues, with the exception of the Correspond- 
ent. It was notable as being the oldest weekly newspaper in 
the state outside of Philadelphia, having been founded in 1800 
and published for one hundred and two years. 

In a personal way he served his community as school director, 
as town clerk and treasurer of the borough of Nazareth and as a 
director of the Northampton County Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation and as vice-president of the Northampton County Agri- 
cultural Society. Fraternally, he is connected with Dallas- Lodge, 
No. 396, A. F. and A. M. He was married in March, 1866, and 
is a member of the Lutheran Church in Easton. He held the 
office of Elder. 

JAMES A. PFEIFFER. 

James A. Pfeift'er (1568) was born in Bethlehem, Pa. He 
attended the Moravian Parochial School. During his youth 
he became a book-binder, which trade he followed for life. He 
went forth as a defender of his country at the outbreak of the 
Civil War and was with Sherman's Army in his Campaign to 
the Sea. He is buried at Bethlehem. 



304 



THE HISTORY OF 




THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 3O5 

CARRIE E. SCHNEEBELI. 

Carrie E. Schneebeli (837) was born at New Hanover, Mont- 
gomery County, Pa. The early years of her Hfe were unevent- 
ful aside from her preparation for the ardent duties of life. On 
September 10, 1878, she was married to Gustav A. Schneebeli, 
who was then a clerk in a coal office at Audenried, Pa. Two years 
later, Mr. SchneebeH began traveling in the western states 
on business and thev moved to Gnadenhutten, ().. and two years 
later, to New Philadelphia, O., from whence they moved to Naza- 
reth, Pa., in 1884. He, being an energetic man and spurred on 
by the encouragement of his wife, established the Nazareth 
Hosiery and Knitting Mills, the products of which became known 
in foreign lands as well as at home. 

He takes great pride in the welfare of his town. He organized 
several companies which connected his town with Bethlehem, 
Wind Gap, Pen Argyl, Bangor, etc., by a system of electric rail- 
ways and was instrumental in the organization of a National 
Bank. 

O'n November 8, 1904, Mr. Schneebeli was elected to the office 
of Congressman of the United States from the 26th District of 
Pennsylvania, and served one term. 

Mrs. Schneebeli is interested in charitable societies and is a 
member of the Nazareth Moravian Church Choir. 

AARON N. CLEWELL. 

Aaron N. Clewell (147) was born at Schoeneck, Pa., and dur- 
ing his childhood attended school and later was enrolled as a 
student at Nazareth Hall. In his seventeenth year, he began to 
learn the wheelwright trade with his father at Schoeneck, and 
after serving his appointed time began life for himself. He found 
employment at Turbotsville and later at Freemansburg, Pa., where 
after his marriage on November 2, 1854, he settled. While resid- 
ing in this town he followed his occupation and became partner 
in several other business enterprises. In 1889, he moved with 
his family to Bethlehem, Pa., where he now resides in retirement. 
During his early years he was a member of the Moravian Churcli 
but now belongs to the Evangelical church. 

OTTO M. IIOCH. 

Otto M. Hoch (1429) lives in Steelton, Pa., where he is em- 
ployed by the Pennsylvania Steel Company as draftsman. He 
was married on June 14, 1904- 



3o6 



THE HISTORY OF 




LOL'ISA C. TRKIX AND HER HUSnAXI), DAX'ID. 

Louisa C. Trein ( 133) was born in P)Ushkill Township, North- 
ampton County, Pa. She was born in the house built by her 
grand-father, Francis Clewell, known as the "Swiss House" and 
spent her childhood and youth with her parents. In March, 1839, 
she married David Trein, who came as a currier into her com- 
munity from Long Swamp, Berks County, Pa. Soon after their 
marriage they bought a farm in Millgrove, on which a few years 
later, he built a tannery, known as Trein's Tannery and also enter- 
ed the butcher's business. Industry and economy marked their 
career until they moved into retirement. He held the office of 
Justice of the Peace in his township for many years and during 
the Civil War took active part in public affairs. 

She served as sacristaness (diener) in the Schoeneck Moravian 
Church for more than thirty years, of which she was a life-long 
member. P)Oth arc buried in the grave-yard at Schoeneck. 

OWEN J. CLE^^■ELL. 

Owen J. Clewell (303) was a Corporal in the Eightieth Regi- 
ment, ( )hio \olunteers, during the Civil War. He died at 
Cornith, Aliss., of Tuberculosis on August 17, 1862. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 3O7 

JOSEPH CLEWELL. 

Joseph Clewell (27) was bom in Bushkill Township, North- 
ampton County, Penna. Of his boyhood and youth nothing 
specially interesting is known. During the Second War with 
England in 1812, he served as a private soldier, and a horse wa-^ 
exacted from him by a band of mustering officers. After his 
marriage he was employed as manager of the Friedensthal Grist 
Mill for a number of years after which he moved to Nazareth 
and took possession of the Nazareth Hall farm. Later he bought 
a farm, a part of which is now in the heart of Nazareth and 
from this place he moved to the West in 1852, whither their only 
son had gone a few years previously. Before making their 
home in Ohio and while still living in Nazareth, they made pre- 
paration, to pay a visit to their son. In May, 185 1, they started 
on their journey across the Alleghenys in a carryall, greatly to 
the amazement of their friends in Nazareth and arrived at their 
destination three weeks later without any mishap, having travel- 
ed a distance of 500 miles. After spending a few weeks with their 
son and friends, he concluded to purchase a farm for himself near 
Wadsworth. In August of the same year they started on their 
return trip and reached Nazareth in September without any 
startling adventure. During the following winter preparations 
were made to move to their new farm. In the spring, the same 
carryall took once more the lead followed by a large conestoga 
'filled with bedding, provisions and horse-feed on a journey to 
their new home. Towards the end of the fourth week they ar- 
rived at their destination. About the year i860, he sold his farm 
and kept a boarding house but on account of impaired health 
moved to the city of Cleveland where he lived in retirement until 
his death. His wife was a widow for a few years. Both are 
buried in Monroe Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. 

THOMAS CLEWELL. 

Thomas Clewell (29) was born in Nazareth, Pa. He was a 
pupil in Nazareth Hall, where he received the rudiments of his 
education. After leaving school, he learned the cabinetmaking 
trade which he followed throiighout his life. He was a notc-l 
musician in his community, performing principally on wind in- 
struments. He belonged to the Nazareth Cornet Band and to 
the Moravian Church Choir for more than thirty years. He was 
of a quiet disposition and very much attached to his family. 
He is buried on the Moravian graveyard, Nazareth. 



3o8 



THE HISTORY OF 




T. REIT.EN CLEWELL AND FAMILY, 



J. Reuben Clewell (136) was born in Millgrove, now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pa., and during his childhood attended the 
jniblic schools. At the age of eighteen he learned tanning and for 
many years was employed by his brother-in-law, David Trein. 
On August 3. 185 1, he was married to Henrietta Kaske. After 
the death of his father, he bought the old homestead and began 
farming and at times went with the carpenters with whom he had 
worked for several years. He was a thrifty farmer and after the 
death of his father-in-law, he bought that farm also which was 
near Daniel's Slate Quarry, where he died. His wife died at th'j 
same place on September 24, 1897, being a widow for about four 
years. He was a life-long member of the Schoeneck Moravian 
church and served the congregation for many years as trustee. 
Both are buried in the Schoeneck graveyard. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 3O9 



WILLIAM FRANCIS CLEWELL. 



William Francis Clewell (455) was bora near Bdlefonte, Pa. 
When a boy of seven month old his widowed mother returned 
to Millg-rove now Aluta, Penn'a, where he attended the public 
school and was brought up in the religion of the Moravian 
Church at Schoeneck, Pa. In the year of the outbreak of the 
Civil War, although only sixteen years old, he enlisted in Com- 
pany I, O'ne Hundred Fifty-third Pennsylvania Volunteer In- 
fantry for nine months' service and took part in the battles at 
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. He was in the signal coTps 
during three years of the War. On the second day of the battle 
of Gettysburg he was severely wounded in the leg by a shell, a 
part of which remained in his limb up to the time of his death. 

After the war he went to New Yiork City and was a broker 
there for several years. Then to Boston, Mass., and in 
1892 to Medford, Mass., where on March 31, 1883, he was mar- 
ried to Miss Mary E. Forrest of Dbrchester. 

He was in the brokerage business in Boston and at the time of 
his death. He was a bond broker with Barnard and Gibbert. He 
was a past commander of Post 66, G. A. R., and a member of 
various prominent clubs. He was a member of the First Uni- 
versalist Church of Medford where he resided and is buried in 
Oak Grove Cemetery. 

From a Medford paper we quote the following: "As a man, he 
was popular among his associates and one who could be relied 
upon to fill every position in which he was placed to the best of 
his ability. His faithful and energetic work as commander of 
Post 66 will always be remembered by his comrades. As a hus- 
band, be was kind and devoted ; and as a friend, he was generous 
and true." 

EVE ROSINA ROMINGER. 

Eve Rosina Rominger (47) was born in Schoeneck, Pa. 
When a child she made the trip from Schoeneck to Stokes 
County, North Carolina with her mother. During her youth 
she was compelled to obtain work away from home. She was 
married on December 15, 1796. She became a member of the 
Friedberg Moravian Church on October 27, 1804. She is buried 
on the graveyard there. 



3IO 



THE HISTORY OF 




JOSEPH W. SIEGFRIED AND HIS WIFE. MARIA. 

Joseph W. Siegfried (146^ was born in Bushkill Township, 
Northampton County, Pennsylvania. He received his education 
in the pubhc schools. He was a millwright by trade and worked 
for Schank and Younken, Easton, Pa. He was married May 6, 
1854, and soon afterwards launched into business, buying a grist- 
mill in his native township. In 1876, he sold his mill property and 
bought the general merchandise store at Cherry Hill, which he 
conducted to the time of his death. He was a Director in the 
Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Northampton 
County and a manager of the Northampton County Agricultural 
Society. He also served his native township in several offices. 
He was a life-long member of the Moravian Church at Schoeneck 
and served as trustee of the congregation for nearly fifteen years. 
He was a delegate to the Moravian Synod which convened in 
Indiana. Both he and his wife are buried at Schoeneck. 

MINNIE B. MAHAFFEY. 

Minnie B. Mahaffey (1249) was born in Bartholomew County, 
Indiana. She was married to Arthur M. Mahaifey on December 
25, 1892. Her husband is an instructor in the department of 
science in the Columbus, Ind., High School. 



THE CLE.WELL FAMILY 3II 

ALEXANDER CLEWELL. 

Alexander Clewell (76) was a private soldier in the Civil 
War. He enlisted in Company I, Thirtieth Regiment, Ohio \'ol- 
Linteers. He was wounded in the battle of Antietam. His 
regiment was engaged in the siege of Vicksburg where he joined 
it after his womid was sufficiently healed and while fighting in 
the battle of Missionary Ridge he was killed. 

FRANCIS CHRISTIAN CLEWELL. 

Francis Christian Clewell (84) was an Adjutant in the First 
Missouri Cavalry, Confederate Army and was taken and held as 
prisoner by the Federal Army for nineteen moiiths 0:1 Johnson's 
Island. He was released and captured a second time and held as 
prisoner on Ship Lsland, (iulf of Mexico, until the end of the 
War. 

EUGENE FERDINAND CLE^^•ELL. 

• Eugene Ferdinand Clewell (84) was a soUl'er in the Con- 
federate Army during the Civil War and died whi^e in the army 
at New Orleans, La. 

AUGUST H. CLEWELL. 

August H. Clewell (64) was born at Schoeneck, Penna., and 
received a meager education. He learnetl the whee'.wright (wag- 
goner's) trade at an early age near Lebanon, Pa. After his ap- 
penticeship, he worked in Allentown but later went back toward 
Lebanon now called Womelsdorf. When that trade became 
over-taxed with workmen he came back to Schoeneck and manu- 
factured guitar cases for the C. F. Martin Guitar ^Manufacturing 
Co. He was married to his second wife on Nov. 29, 1835. He 
was married for the third time on May 26, 1829. He was a 
member of the Schoeneck Moravian Church and was the organist 
for more than thirty years. He died from injuries by a fall on 
the ice. He was noted for his congeniality. He is buried ac 
Schoeneck. 

JAMES BENJAMIN CLEWELL. 

James Benjamin Clewell (65) was born at Schoeneck, Pa., 
and was raised under the shadow of the Moravian Church. Lat- 
er in life he moved to Philadelphia where he married. He was 
a gunsmith by trade but was principally engaged in making locks 
and springs. He died and is buried at Philadelphia. 



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THE HISTORY OF 




LOl'ISA C. UHLER AND HER HUSBAND. JOHN. 



Louisa C. Uhler (105) was born in the town of Xazareth, 
Pennsylvania. Her parents being members of the Moravian 
Church, she received a fair education. The days of her youth 
were spent in Nazareth. On August 27, 1837, she was wed- 
ded to John Uhkr, who was born in Durham, Bucks County. 
Penn., on July 17, 1817. Mr. Uhler was a blacksmith by trade 
and was also engaged in the lime business. Finding the latter 
more profitable he left Nazareth and acquired large limestone 
quarries along the Delaware River, near Easton, Pa. Here in 1853, 
he was severely injured by the premature explosion of a blast 
which greatly impaired his sight. That he escaped with his life 
was nothing short of a marvel. He died on February 26, 1892, 
in his 75th year leaving his widow at a ripe age who was com- 
forted by her children. They were devout members of the Evan- 
gelical Lutheran Church. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 3I3 

SUSAN C. STOCKER. 

Snsaii C. Stockcr (88) was horn at Xiskey. Pa. She received 
the customary echtcation of her day in the Moravian Parochial 
schools. She married George D. Stocker on August 22, 1823. 
She was excluded from the church on account of her marriage 
to a non-Moravian hut rejoined in 1830 and her husband folh^w- 
C(l in 1831. They settled in Xiskey where they lived until 
September 14, 1849, when her husband died. IJnth were zealous 
and ardent members of the Schoeneck Moravian Church and are 
buried in the graveyard adjoining. 

CHRISTIAN L. EBBECKE. 

Christian L. Ebbecke (89) was of Moravian ])arentage who 
looked after his early education and training. Me accjuired skill 
in tailoring and for two years was employed at Winston-Sa- 
lem, North Carolina wdiere he became acquainted with his fu- 
ture wife. But it was no case of "love at first sight." He re- 
turned to his native village of Niskey, in Pemisylvania, and 
worked at his trade for another year, meanwhile making prepa- 
rations to begin housekeeping and when all seemed ready he 
started with a team for Salem, N. C, where he was married anci 
later returned to Niskey, making the round trip with his team. 
l)Oth became members of the Moravian church at Schoeneck, 
where they are buried. 

CHRISTIAN RENATUS CLEWELL. 

Christian Renatus Clewell (94) was born in Niskey, near 
Nazareth, Pa. He was educated at the Nazareth Hall. He wa^ 
married on October 31, 1837. He was an excellent musician, 
performing on various instruments. He went to Philadelphia 
in 185 1 as teacher of music and organist. He died suddenly 
while playing the piano at a friend's house. He is buried on the 
Nazareth Moravian graveyard. 

AUGUSTA AMELIA (STEINER) HAY. 

Augusta Amelia (Steiner) Hay (428) was married to Frank- 
lin Steiner on November 29, 1857. They lived together for five 
years when he died. In 1869, she was married a second time, to 
Charles E. Hay and afterwards resided in Easton where she died 
of consumption. She is buried at Schoeneck. 



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THE HISTORY OF 




JOHN HARRY CLEWELL. 

John Harry Clewell ( 107) was born in Bushkill Township. 
Northampton County, Pa. He was a gan-smith by trade and 
learned it in Philadelphia. He moved to Canfield, Ohio, in 1835 
luit returned to Philadelphia in 184Q. About the year 1845, he was 
]50stmaster in Canfield. While in Philadelphia he kept a hotel 
but went back to Canfield in 1852 where he managed a saw mill 
and lumber yard almost up to the time of his death. Under Lin- 
coln's administration he was, for a while, assistant internal reve- 
nue collector. 

ALBERT B. CLEWEEL. 

Albert B. Clewell ( 565 ) was born at Rossville. Indiana. Dur- 
ing his infancy his parents moved to Carroll County, Ind.. where 
he was raised. At the age of 14 years he left his parent's home 
and was employed on the farms in that vicinity until the spring 
of 1883 when he joined a party to Arkansas. He continued his 
traveling through the states, west of the Mississippi, working on 
farms and in the forests of Wisconsin and in the mines of the 
Rocky Mountains. He also visited- the State of Pennsylvania. 
He was married on November 4, 1897, at Flora, Ind, 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 3I5 

AMOS C. MIKSCH. 

Amos C. Miksch (310) was born at Eastoii, Pennsylvania. 
His parents moved to a place in Ohio now called New Philadel- 
phia when he was about four yeans old. Here he attended school 
during the winter months and received the rudiments of an 
education. While still a youth, he emigrated into Iowa and in 
1 86 1 to Colorado and here on July 30 of the same year he en- 
listed in Company B, First Colorado Volunteer Cavalry for the 
term of three years. Later his company was merged with Com- 
pany C and named Company E. On January 2, 1864, he re-enlist- 
ed in Company E, Veteran Battalion, F. C. V. C. He was a 
corporal in his company from July i, 1864 to November 18, 1865 
when he was honorably discharged at Leavensworth, Kansas. 
He now visited his mother in Ohio and after spending a few 
months, returned to Colorado where he soon afterwards married 
Misis Mary Cook and they settled on a farm on the Platte River. 
In 1873, they moved to Cherry Creek and engaged in stock 
raising. After five years, they traveled by wagon to Weston, 
Oregon. Here they lived for about a year and a half when they 
started on a tour through southern Oregon and northern Cali- 
fornia and in 1891 returned to Colorado where he died of heart 
disease. 

OLIVIA AUGUSTA RICKSECKER. 

Olivia Augusta Ricksecker (285) was bom in Biethlehem. 
Pa. When only three years old her father died, and soon after- 
wards the widow with her children moved to Nazareth where our 
subject attended the Moravian Parochial schools and later 
united with the church. She was married on March 12, 1840. 
She was very active in the church for many years, serving as 
one of the "dieners." Her husband, Edmund Ricksecker, was 
a watchmaker and later carried on the nursery business. He was 
elected as the first Burgess of the Borough of Nazareth and was 
the treasuruer of the Nazareth Moravian Congregation for many 
years. He died April 19, 1888. Both were highly respected in 
their town. Both are buried at Nazareth. 



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THE HISTORY OF 









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Henrietta L. llrunner ( 325 ) was born at Salem, North 
Carolina. She attended school at Nazareth, Pa., and later became 
a member of the Moravian Church there. In 1844, she was mar- 
ried to Henry J. Brunner who was a carpenter by trade. Among- 
the many buildings erected by him is the Aloravian Church in 
Nazareth. They moved to Illinois in 1862 but returned to Naza- 
reth where he built a foundry and machine shop and did a prosper 
ous business. Later they moved to Bethlehem, Pa., and in 1877 
to Osborn County, Kansas, where they lived until her death in 
1894. She is buried there. Mr. Birunner came east and died in 
Bethlehem, where he is buried. 

^ HARVEY F. BAUDER. 

Harvey F. Bander (1033) of Oreland, Penn., served in the 
Spanish- American War from December, 1898, to December, 
1900. in Company E, Eighth U. S. Infantry. He served in Cuba 
and later in the Philippine Islands. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 317 

HARRIET CECILIA BATES. 

Harriet Cecilia I'ates (126) was born in Nazareth. Pa., and 
received a rudimentary education in the Nazareth Moravian 
Parochial schools. Later in life, she married Harvey Bates 
on September i, 1844. She moved with her husband to Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., where he died in 1873. After the death of her husband 
she returned to Schoeneck, Pa., and took apartments with her 
brother, Alfred Danke. She was a very faithful and earnest 
Christian. She is buried in the Nazareth Moravian grave-yard. 

ALFRED DANKE. 

Alfred Danke (127) was born in Nazareth and was educated in 
the Moravian Parochial Schools and later entered the Nazareth 
Military x\cademy. He was compelled, on account of his health, 
to reling-uish his studies and then learned the blacksmith trade 
which he followed during- his life-time. He was married on 
October 27, 1850 and lived in Schoeneck where he is buried. He 
was for many years a trustee in the Schoeneck Moravian church 
and a member of the trombone Choir. 

HENRIETTA W. DAILY. 

Henrietta W. Daily (119) was born in Nazareth, Pa., and 
si:)ent most of her single days in that town. After marriage, on 
Nov. 15, 1869, they lived at Bethlehem until her death. She was 
a life-long member of the Moravian Church. Mr. Daily was a 
soldier in the Civil War, being a private in Company C, 46th 
Regiment, Pennsylvania A'olunteers. He participated in many 
battles among them being Antietam, Chancellorsville and Gettys- 
burg. In the fierce battle of Cedar Mountain he was badly 
wounded in the left arm, breaking the bone. In this battle he 
was also taken prisoner and confined to the Libby Prison, his 
wound not being dressed for three weeks. After ioxw weeks in 
prison, he was paroled and exchanged and in 1863 honorably 
discharged by reason of his wounds. He is a member of J. K. 
Taylor Post No. 182, G. A. R., Bethlehem. 

Mr. Daily found his wife to be a devoted helpmate and always 
ready with encouraging words in times of trial while her in- 
fluence on her children is marked. While he was the superin- 
tendent of the Niskey Hill Cemetery she died and is buried 
there. 



318 



THE HISTORY OF 




MATILDA E. SEYFRIED. 

Matilda E. Seyfried' (456) was born at MillgTove. now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pa. She attended the public schools in 
her township and in her youth became a confirmed member of 
the Moravian Church at Schoeneck, Pa. On October 20, 1867, 
she was married and soon afterwards they began farming which 
they pursued to this (1907) time. Mr. Seyfried served as 
sacristan (diener) in the Moravian Church for more than twenty 
years. 

MARTIN H. CLEWELL. 

Martin H. Ckwell (544) was born on his father's farm near 
Bethlehem, Pa. He attended the school of his rural district, but 
very early was put to learning: the trade of blacksmith. When 
in his youth, he left his home and became a railroader being em- 
ployed in different parts of the country chiefly as locomotive en- 
gineer. After his father's death, he returned to his home and 
soon afterwards married, after which he bought the fann and 
with it worked upon his trade. Later in life, he sold his posses- 
sions and moved his family to Allentown, Pa., where he was em- 
ployed as a switchman on a railroad. He is buried at Allentown. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



319 




SABINA M. LOIX 



HER HUSnANl), El'HKAIM. 



Sabina M. Loux (457) was born in Millg^rove, Northampton 
County, Pa. She received the customary schoohng of her time 
and later was confirmed a member of the Moravian Church at 
Schoeneck, Pa. In 1866, she was married to Ephraim Loux, who 
was born in B'ucks County, Pa. Soon after their marriage, they 
began housekeeping in her native village where he conducted a 
tannery for many years. About 1884 they moved to Nazareth, 
Pa., where he engaged in the slate business for a few years 
and afterwards established a cigar-box factory. He is an active 
member of his chosen church at Schoeneck, being superintend 
ent of the Sunday School and Bible Class teacher for many 
years. 

AMANDA TOLEDO CLEWELL TINKLE. 

Amanda Toledo Clewell Tinkle (564) was born in Rossville, 
Indiana, on August 29, 1861. She was married on September 
6th, 1882, to William H. Tinkle. They carry on farming and are 
residing at Bolivar, Missouri. 



320 



THE HISTORY OF 




WILLIAM H. CLEW ELL. 



William H. Clewell (575) was bom in Cunningham. Luzerne 
County, Pennsylvania. At the early age of ten years, he was 
"bound out" by his father to a Mr. Rodgers, a cloth manufac- 
turer, receiving for his services his board, clothes, and schooling 
as was the custom in those days. After following this trade for 
five years, Mr. Rodgers moved to the western part of the state 
while he returned home and was employed on the Pennsylvania 
Canal for six seasons which was then an enterprising business. 
In 1862, he was married to Miss Huddleson and in the same 
year drafted into the Union Army. He served for nine months 
as a private in Company H, 178th Regiment, Pennsylvania \'ol- 
unteers. At the expiration of his term, he was mustered out of 
service and on returning home, located his family in Berwick, 
Pennsylvania, where he still residtes. His first wife died on 
March 31, 1877. He managed to keep his family together and 
on February 28, 1878, he married a second time, a Miss Smith. 
On October 11, 1884, his second wife departed this life leaving 
him again with three small children. His eldest daughter now 
assumed the Iiousehold duties until her marriage and then em- 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 32'! 

ploying a house-keeper until his marriage to Mrs. Frederici in 
1886, but whose days were numbered, she dying May 10, 1894. 
In 1903 he broke up house-keeping and is now boarding with 
his daughters, having through perseverance and economy, saved 
enough to Hve independently. He was employed mostly at the 
car-works in that city, until rheumatism in his arms forced him 
to stop. x\t the age of twelve years he joined the Evangelical 
Church of which he is still a member and held various offices for 
over thirty-five years. 

ALBERT KAMPMAN. 

Albert Kampman (524) was a soldier in the Civil War from 
1 86 1 to 1865. He belonged to Company A, First Pennsylvania 
Regiment for three months, then to Companv C, Forty-sixth 
Regiment for three years and finally to Company G, ( )ne Hun- 
dred Ninety-fifth, Pennsylvania \'olunteers. He entered as a 
private and was promoted to Sergeant. He received wounds in 
his right leg and in his left arm and was captured by the Confed- 
erates and confined in Libby prison for several months. He was 
reported killed and while confined in prison had the pleasure of 
reading his own obituary, as printed in a Bethlehem newspaper. 

WILLIAM C. SMITH. 

William C. Smith (543) was born at Emaus, Pennsylvania. 
His mother died in his early boyhood. His father was engaged 
in business and taught him the machinist trade. On leaving his 
native town, he faced the world as a mechanic and went to Pitts- 
burg where he found employment for two years and then went to 
Cleveland, Ohio, Here he secured a position as foreman in an 
elevator factory and after two years became a partner of the firm 
of the M. J. O'Donnell Elevator Manufacturing Company. In 
1894, he sold his interests in the company and formed the W. C. 
Smith Elevator Company. 

Among his achievements are the inventions of safety appliances 
to elevators, and of a wire fence loom, and the erection of many 
electric elevators, having the honor of building the first successful 
electric elevator in Cleveland. He is, at present, a mechanical 
engineer with the Wellman Morgan Engineering- Company. He 
resides in Cleveland. 



322 



THE HISTORY OF 




STEPHEN A. TREIN. 



A. LUCINDA TREIN. 



Stephen A. Trein (461) was born in Bushkill Townshhip, 
Penn. He spent his boyhood in his native place and attended the 
pubHc schools but made the study of music his chief aim. After 
completing the course in school, he devoted his time to music and 
became the organist of the Schoeneck Moravian Church at the 
age of 16, and continued for nearly fourteen years. He married 
A. Lucinda Ebbecke on Nov. 18. 1884. and moved to Nazareth 
where he continued as music teacher. In 1890 they left Nazareth 
and came to Easton, Pa., where he conducted a business and 
also became the organist of the Easton Moravian Church. Later 
they moved to Niskey where they still reside. 



RUSSELL C. ODEN WELDER. 

*Russell C. Odenwelder (830) was born in Easton, Penn. He 
attended the public schools of his native city and while a young 
man enlisted in the U. S. Navy and at this writing was serving 
as a Marine on the U. S. S. Wisconsin, which was stationed in 
the Asiatic waters. 



tHE CLEW ELL FAMILY 323 

SAMUEL J. CLEWELL. 

*Samuel J. Clewell (132) was born near Bellefonte, Center 
County, Pa., and when a boy of about two and a half years came, 
with his widowed mother, to Millgrove. now Akita, Pa. He was 
reared in the family of John Kostenbader and during the winter 
months attended the public school. When he was eighteen, he en- 
listed in Company I, One Hundred Fifty-third Pennsylvania 
Volunteer Infantry and was taken prisoner in the battle of 
Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. 

After his return from the war he learned the machinist trade 
and later traveled to Ohio but soon returned to his mother where 
he died, caused by consumption. He never was married and is 
buried in the Schoeneck gravevard. 

FRANCIS T. CLEWELL. 

Firancis T. Clewell (132) was born at Millgrove now Aluta, 
Northampton County, Pa. He received his education in the 
public school of his native village and was brought up in the re- 
ligion of the Moravian Church at Schoeneck. He learned the 
millwright trade at eighteen and was married in the year 1839. 
In 1841, he moved with his family to Center County, Pa. (near 
Bellefonte) where he bought a small tract of land. Besides culti- 
vating his small farm, he did carpentering and while engaged in 
felling trees to build a barn for one of his neighbors, he was struck 
by a falling tree and killed. His age was 28 years, 11 months 
and 22 days and is buried in Center County, Pa. 

HARRIET MARIA CLEWELL. 

Harriet Maria Clewell Ferrier (563) was born in Allentown, 
Penn. Her parents moved to Clinton, Ind., when she was fif- 
teen months old. She began teaching in the public schools of 
Indiana at the age of sixteen and continued until the year 1883. 
On April 5 of the same year, she was united in marriage to Mr. 
J. C. Ferrier of Bringhurst, Ind. They conducted a farm for nine 
years when they moved to Bringhurst and engaged in the hard- 
ware business. They also conducted a hardware store at Kirk- 
lin, Ind., for three years. They are now located in Alamogordo. 
New Mexico. She is a member of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 



324 



THE HISTORY OF 





Wll.T.IAM II. CI.KW KLI. AX1> IIIS WIFK, CAT (1 KKI XI-:. 




(IIII.DKI-.X Ol' \\M. II. AM) CA'JIIKKINM-: Cl.EWIiLL. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 325 

WILLIAM H. CLEWELL. 

William H. Clewell (120) was born at Nazareth, Pa. He 
attended the Moravian Parochial School of that town. He 
was a saddler by trade. He enlisted in Company A, One Hundred 
Fifty-third Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, and was a 
musician in his regiment. His wife, Catherine Trein, also a 
descendant of the Clewells, was born in Ikishkill Townshi]^ near 
Schoer.eck. i'oth are members of the Moravian Church. He is 
buried on the Xazareth Moravian graveyard. 

CHARLES M. CLEWELL. 

Charles M. Clewell (601) was born in Homestead, Catawissa 
Township, Columbia County, Penn. His father lived on a farm, 
and our subject became an active assistant in the work during the 
summer and worked on a "gravel train" during the winter, thus 
debaring him of the opportunities of acquiring an education. He 
was married on October 12, 1873, and began farming near Cata- 
wissa, but after a few years moved into that town and carried on 
teaming. Later, he became a railroader, at first working on the 
train and then as car-inspector. In 1895, he was transferred to 
Halls as joint-inspector for the W. & N. B. and P. R. Rys. He 
disposed of his possessions in Catawissa and moved his family to 
Halls, where he met with an accident on October 26, 1898. He 
was removed to a hospital where he died after lingering a few 
days. He is buried at Catawissa. He was a member of the Re- 
formed Church. He held the office of deacon and elder of St. 
John's Reformed Church at Catawissa. of which he was a char- 
ter member. 

JEREMIAH S. CLEWELL. 

Jeremiah S. CleweU (602) died at Logansport, Indiana, and is 
buried there. He died a veteran machinist, having gone to his 
work in the morning apparently well, but during the afternoon 
complained to his fellow-machinists of not feeling well and while 
engaged in placing a piece of machinery fell back on the floor 
and expired. 



326 



THE HISTORY OF 




HOWARD J. SIEGFRIED AND FAMILY. 

Howard J. Sieg-fried (520) was born in Bushkill Township, 
Niorthampton County, Pa. He attended the public schools in his 
native township and later the Moravian Parochial school at Naza- 
reth. He entered the College of Pharmacy in 1889 at Philadel 
phia and graduated four years later. In 1896, he was married 
to Annie C. Clewell (500) who was born in Plainfield Town 
Township, county and state aforesaid. In her childhood, she 
attended the public schools and studied music. After their mar- 
riage, they settled in Philaddphia where he entered business as 
a druggist. Both of them withdrew their membership in the 
Schoeneck Moravian Church and joined the Presbyterians. 

ALICE C. CARGAY. 

AHce C. Cargay (535) was married November 24, 1875, to 
Rev. B. F. Cargay and about one year after her marriage became 
an invalid for nine years. After her recovery, she took active 
part in the pastoral duties of her husband in the Methodist 
Church. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 327 

WILSON S. CLEWELL. 

Wilson S. Clewell (544) was born in H'anover Township, 
Northampton County, Penn., on a small farm near Bethlehem. 
He received the education that the public school afforded. When 
a young- man, he enlisted and served five years in the United 
States Army as a cavalryman and was stationed at a military 
post in Arizona. He returned home after the expiration of his 
enlistment in the Army, but failing to find employment, he de- 
cided again to go to the West. W'hile on his way thither he 
met a large cattle dealer at Buffalo, New York, and made a con- 
tract with him to take a carload of fine cattle to England. 

After delivering the cattle, he enlisted in the English Army. 
He soon found favor with his officers and on account of his fine 
military bearing and athletic physique he was assigned to the 
Queen's Guards and was stationed on the Isle of Wight. He 
was in due time advanced to Corporal and with a company of in- 
fantry was commissioned to go to India. Here he was advanced 
to Quartermaster's Clerk with the rank of Sergeant. His term 
of enlistment, which was six years, had already expired, but on 
account of ill-health was confined in a Himalaya Mountain 
Sanitarium, India, for a long time, but could not be restored 
He was brought back to England where he si)eedily recovered. 

After his recovery he was advanced to First or Orderly Ser- 
geant for his gallant services and sent to South Africa on a 
special mission. He remained there until the close of the Boer 
War, when he returned to England and received his honorable 
discharge. He left England at once and returned to his parent's 
home in Allentown, Pa. 

Shortly afterwards he had an attack of Scarlet Fever from 
which he suft'ered for about two weeks, when he died. During 
his sickness he received a letter offering him an appointment in 
the English Army to drill recruits. He is buried at Allentown. 



JOSEPH A. WOLLE. 

Joseph A. Wolle (1406) served as First Quartermaster in the 
United States Navy during the Spanish-American War. 



328 



THE HISTORY OF 




MOXROI-: I.. CI.KWKI-L AM) FAMILY'. 

]\Ionroe L. Clewell (47<j) was born in ^lilli^rove, Bushkill 
Township, Northampton County, Penn. He attended the vil- 
lage school and in his youth became a clerk in his uncle's general 
merchandise store. He resigned his ]>osition and moved, with 
his family, to Philadelphia, where he had accepted a position 
in a grocery store. (_>n account of failing health he was com- 
pelled to leave the city, and in consequence, moved to Easton, 
where he is now residing and is engaged in the grocery busi- 
ness. He is a member of the Moravian Church at Easton. 



ELLIS C. SCIINEEI'.ELI. 

Ellis C. Schneebeli (1402) was born at Auidenried, I^ennsyl- 
vania. During his childhood his parents moved to Nazareth, Pa., 
where he received his education. He made music a special study 
and held the position of organist of the Moravian Church for 
some years. He is assistant to his father in the different enter- 
prises that he has undertaken. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 329 

WILLIAM THOMAS ROMINGER. 

William Thomas Romin^er (6.^8) was born in Friedburg, 
North Carolina, and received the rites of baptism of the Mora- 
vian Church, of that place. His mother died when he was three 
years old and his father died four years later. He was reared 
by his aunt with whom he lived until December 31, 1864, when 
he was conscripted into the Confederate Army, and on February 
24, 1865, while on the picket line in front of Petersburg', Virginia, 
he escaped and made his way into the Union Army by crawling 
on hands and knees for about one-half of a mile, surrendering 
himself to the latter army on the 27th. He was granted amnesty 
at Washington, D. C, and was allowed three days' rations and 
free transportation to Hope, Indiana. After a stay of a few 
weeks, he went to Goldsboro, North Carolina, and there joined 
Company F, 59th Regnment. Indiana Volunteers, on April 10, 
1865. He received an honorable discharge on July 17, of the 
same year. He was married on August 11, 1870. He was post- 
master of Hartsville. Ind., from January 2, 1882, to September 
20, 1885, and served his township as assessor for eight years. 

J. C. WOMMACK. 

J. C. Wommack (640) was born in Lexington, Davidson 
County, North Carolina. His father, who was a hatter by trade, 
died when he was a boy three years old and the mother then 
moved to Clemmonsville, N. C, where she reared her family. 
He received his education in the public school of that town. At 
the age of thirteen he left home and began to clerk in a village 
store. In 1861, he volunteered in the Confederate Army and 
served during the whole war in the Army of Northern Virginia 
commanded by Gen. Robt. E. Lee. Beginning with the battle of 
Manassas Junction he saw nearly all the principal battles fought 
by that army including the surrender of Gen. Lee at Appomat- 
tox Court House. He arrived at his home one week afterwards 
and rested the following day and then began farming, plowing 
being his first work. Two weeks after his return from the war 
he was married and has raised a family of eight children. He is 
still living on a farm and is able to do a good day's work. 



330 



THE HISTORY OF 




CARRIK A. RICE. 



HER HUSBAND. FRED. A. 



Carrie A. Rice (415) was born in Xazareth, Pa. She attended 
the Moravian Parochial Schools and became a member of that 
church in her early days. Her zeal for church work was made 
manifest in her childhood and she became prominent in her con- 
g^regation especially in the Sunday school and choir. On June 
4, 1891, she was married to Fred J. Rice of Bethlehem, Pa., 
where they now reside. She was a member of the famous Bach 
Choir under Dr. J. Fred Wolle and is connected with many church 
societies. Mr. Rice was a veteran in t'ne Civil War serving as a 
private in Company D. Thirty- Fourth Reg-iment, Pennsylvania 
X'olunteers. 

AUGUSTUS ALEXANDER CLEWELL. 

Augustus Alexander Clewell (334) was a soldier in the Twenty 
First, North Carolina regiment. Confederate Army and was a 
distinguished and daring scout. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 33 I 

JOSEPH FEHR. 

Joseph Fehr (318) was born in Plainfield Township, North- 
ampton County, Pa. After his mother's decease, the family broke 
up and young- Joseph with his sister, Angehca, found a home in 
the family of Jefferson Schweitzer who resided on a farm in 
Lower Nazareth Township. Here he remained until he was 18 
years of ag-e. Naturally dilig-ent, he was easily kept in steady 
employment as farm servant, so that he secured little schooling. 
But he made the best of his limited means, and learned well from 
experience. Possessing unusual native intelHgence and sound 
judgment, he enjoys the esteem of his neighbors, among whom 
he is known as an honest man and friend. In his youth he receiv- 
ed the usual religious instruction and was confirmed by Rev. Dr. 
Welden, then Pastor of the Dryland Lutheran Congregation. In 
the beginning of his twenties, he married Miss Caroline Young. 
They settled at Newburg, and subsequently at Bethlehem, Pa., 
where their son, William Henry, was born. Later he removed to 
Lower Xazareth Township and began farming. For eight years he 
served as Road Supervisor of the township; thereafter for nine 
years as Tax Collectoir ; at present as Jury Commissioner of his 
native county. At different times he represented his township as 
a delegate to the county conventions and once as Judicial deleg'ate. 
For nearly ten years he was Sexton of the Dryland Church. He 
lives at Hecktown practically in retirement. 

FRANKLIN A. CLEWELL. 

Frankhn A. Clewell (372) was born in Bushkill Township, 
Northampton County, Pa. He served in the Civil War from 1861 
to 1865. He was Fife Major, N. C. Staff, One Hundred Nine- 
teenth Regiment. Pennsylvania Infantry. He was with the 
Army of the Potomac and was engaged in the battles fought by 
that army until it received the surrender of Gen. Lee. He resides 
near Sunny Side, California, where he is engaged in the poultry 
business. 

WILLIAM C. CLEWELL. 

William C. Clewell (375) was born in Bushkill Township, Pa. 
When a young man he emigrated into Ohio of which state he is 
now a citizen. At the beginning of the Civil W'ar he enlisted in 
Company B, One Hundred Seventy-ninth Regiment, Ohio Volun- 
teers, 



332 



THE HISTORY OF 




EUGENE ALEXANDER CLEWELL. 



Eugene Alexander Clewell (416) was born in Nazareth and 
was a life-long' resident of that town. He was educated in the 
Moravian Parochial School at Nazareth and was confimied in the 
Moravian Church. He learned the trades of cabinet-maker and 
undertaker in his father's establishment which he afterwards 
purchased. His integrity in his business made him many friends 
which made him the leading undertaker in his town ami its viciniity. 
Fie took great interest in the volunteer Fire Department of his 
town and for many years was its chief. Amid his many duties 
he never neglected his church duties. He was a member of the 
choir and for many years a trombonist of the congregation. He 
died rather unexpectedly of paralysis after having undergone a 
surgical operation. He is buried at Nazareth. 

REUBEN CLEWELL. 

Reuben Clewell (185) was a soldier in the Union Army during 
the Civil War and was killed in the battle of Antietam on Sep- 
tember 17. 1862. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 333 

JOHN GAM BOLD. 

John Gambold (209) was a soldier in the Civil War. He enlist- 
ed as a private in the Sixty-Seventh Regiment, Indiana Volunteers 
and died in the hospital at St. Louis, Missouri. 

ANDREW ADAM LL'CKKN ISACIi. 

Andrew Adam Luckenbach (212) was born in Hethleheni, Pa. 
He was educated in the Moravian Parochial Schools and after 
completing his studies assumed duties with his father in the mill- 
ing- business. After the retirement of his father from active life 
in 1856,. the business was given in charge of David (>. and Andrew 
A. Luckenbach and they conducted the business of the "Olid 
Moravian Mill along the Monocacy" until the time of his death. 

At the cnitbreak of the Civil War, our subject was one in a 
company, known as the First Defenders, who enlisted for three 
months. He re-enlisted in Co. C, One Hundred and Twenty- 
ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania \'olunteers, becoming First 
Lieutenant and after the death of the Company's Captain, he 
was promoted to that position. His company was engaged in the 
battles of Bull Run, Antietam and he was woanded in a charge 
on Mayres Hill, Dec. 13, 1862. Mr. Luckenbach was interested 
in real estate and other enterprises of his native town which he 
saw pass through many changes and improvements. He is 
buried at Bethlehem. 

FRANCES E. CLEWELL. 

* Frances E. Clewell (230) taught school for a few years and 
afterwards spent a few years in California. She returned to 
Waverly, Iowa, where she now resides with her mother. 

JAMES LEWIS CLEWELL. 

James Lewis Clewell (230) was married to Catherine Haney, 
on October 22, 1855, at Da3^ton. Ohio. They moved to New 
York and engaged in farming. In 1863 they became immigrants 
of Iowa and finally settled on a farm near Waverly, Iowa, where 
he resided until his death. 



334 



THE HISTORY OF 



ANNA ELIZABETH FRIEBELY. 

Anna Elizabeth Friebely (141) was born in Millgrove, now 
Aluta, Xorthanipton County, Pennsylvania. She received the 
education the public schools then offered while her general habits 
were formed under her parents' influence and accordingly her 
religious instruction was not neglected. She was a member of the 
Schoeneck Aloravian Congregation until after her marriage to 
JuUus C. Friebely, on December 10, 1864. 

He was a public school teacher in Belfast, Pa. They moved to 
that place where he later engaged in the general merchaniUse 
business until 1871 when they moved to Bushkill Center where 
he followed the same business until 1885 when they moved to 
Nazareth, following the slate business up to the time of his 
death. He died October 24. 1892, being a widower for nearly 
five years. She was a virtuous woman, kind-hearted yet firm in 
all that was honest and just. She was of a quiet disposition, 
pleasant to all whom she knew and a willing help-mat?e to her 
husband. Both are buried in St. John's Union Cemetery, Naza- 
reth, Pa. 




JOSEPH M. HITCHCt)CK AND WIFE. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 335 

CAROLINE COGHILL. 

Caroline Cog-hill (921) was married to Richard Coghill, 
who came from England in 1859. He was born at Boro Bridge, 
Yorkshire. After marriage they moved to Philadelphia and 
thence to western Pennsylvania. While in this part of the state 
they lived mostly in Pittsburg. 

REV. WILLIAM HENRY HOCH. 

Rev. William Henry Hoch (922) was born near Moorestown. 
Pa., along the Bushkill Creek. He attended the pubHc school in the 
eight-cornered stone school house which stood not far from his 
home. Later he attended the Moravian Parochial School at 
Nazareth, Pa., after which he entered the Moravian Preparatory 
School for college and seminary. He graduated from the Mora- 
vian College and Theological Seminary on July 19, 1870, and for 
the following two years became an instructor in Nazareth Hall, 
Nazareth, Pa. 

On October 20, 1872, he was ordained a deacon of the Mora- 
vian Church by the Rt. Rev. Edward A. de Schweinitz, S. T. D., 
and at a meeting of the Moravian Synod at Lititz, Pa., became 
a Presbyter in that church. He served the congregations at 
Coveville, Pa., Emaus, Pa., Harmony, la.. Green Bay, Wis., 
Third Moravian Church, Philadelphia, Pa., South Biethlehem. 
Pa., and Egg Harbor, N. J. He was married on June 16, 1876, 
at Reading, Pa., to Miss Fredericke D. Deubler, who died during 
his pastorate at Green Bay, Wis. 

He took rooms in the North Western Orphans' Home with 
his children, and in 1883 moved with his children to his parent's 
home in Northampton County, Pa. Early in the year 1895 at his 
request he received a letter of dismissal from the governing 
Board of the Moravian Church and connected himself with the 
Hope of Israel Mission, New York City until May when he was 
received into the Tohickon Classis of the Reformed Church in the 
United States. He served the German Reformed Congregation 
at Plymouth, Pa., until November, 1904, when he had to retire 
on account of ill-health. At present, he lives with his son at 
Steelton, Pa., while recuperating. 



336 



THE HISTORY OF 




REV. WILLIAM IIENRV FEIIR, A. M. 



Rev. William Henry Fehr, A. ]\I., (898) was born at B'ethle- 
hem, Pa. His parents moved to a farm in Lower Nazareth 
Township when he was four years old. He received his rudi- 
mentary education in the public schools. At seventeen he began 
teaching and taught for three consecutive terms, attending 
Nazareth High School and Muhlenberg Preparatory Academy 
during the Spring sessions after the close of his school terms. 
In the fall of 1893, he entered the classical department of Muh- 
lenberg College from which he graduated in 1897. In October 
of the same year he was married. After teaching another term 
of ten months in the Borough of Tatamy, Pa., he took up the 
study of theology at the Mt. Airy Lutheran Seminary at Phila- 
delphia, graduating therefrom three years later. He was or- 
dained to the Gospel Ministry June 3, 1901. Some time after- 
ward he received a call from St. John's Lutheran Church, Pitts- 
burg, Pa., which he accepted and of which he is still pastor. 
While in his senior year at coUeo^e. he was editor-in-chief of the 
Muhlenberg, a literary journal. He is the author of a tract on 
Foreign Missions and a contributor to church papers. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY ^17 

JAMES H. FEHR. 

James H. Fehr (462) was born in Btishkill Township, North- 
ampton County, Penn. His advantages at school were very 
meag-re, which he, however, greatly appreciated. He learned 
cigar-making and later engaged in the cigar business. After 
his marriage they began housekeeping on a small iarm which he 
had bought, not far from Sour's Mill where they still reside. 
He is a man of a quiet and mild disposition and respected by all 
who know him. He served his township in the capacity of school 
director and various other minor ol^ces. For many years he was 
the secretary of Aluta Lodge, I. O. O. F. 

FRANCIS G. FEHR. 

Francis G. Fehr (465) was born in Bushkill Township, North- 
ampton Countv, Penn. He attended the public schools and later 
select schools where he prepared himself for the teaching profes- 
sion. As an accomplishment, he took up the art of music. He 
taught school in his native county for twenty-two consecutive 
terms and hopes to continue for as many more. At the age of 
sixteen, he was elected organist of the Union Church at Belfast, 
which office he held for six and one half years when he resigned 
to accept a similar position at the Plainlield Church. After 
spending ten years with this congregation, he resigned and be- 
came the organist of the Blishkill Centre Church. In 1886, he 
was married to Catharine Frantz. A few years after his mar- 
riage he acquired a small farm not far from Nazareth where 
they still reside. 

ISAAC S. FEHR. 

Isaac S. Fehr (473) was born in Bushkill Township. North- 
ampton County, Pennsylvania. During his childhood and 
early youth he attended the public schools and in 1877 went 
as far west as Illinois. The following year he went to 
Minnesota, working on a farm and then traveling until 1880 when 
he returned to his native state. The next year he was married 
and began farming, later buying the Douglass Farm on which a 
fortune was spent in the quarrying of slate. In 1888, he began to 
work at the carpenter's trade and later became the engineer of 
the pumping-station of the Nazareth Water Company. In the 
Fall of 1905, he was elected Poor Director of Northampton 
County. 



338 



THE HISTORY OF 




SAMUEL D. LUCKKNIiACH. 

Samuel D. Luckenbach (706) was born in Betblehem, Pa., 
and in his youth was reared under the careful guidance of his 
eldest sister. He received his education at the Moravian Paro- 
chial School and left that Institution at an early age to facs 
life's responsibilities as an Office Boy for the Old Bang-or Slate 
Company. In 1882 he accepted a clerkship with Linderman 
and Skeer, Coal Operators, until i8gi when the position of 
Book-keeper was tendered him by Garrett B. Linderman and 
Company, Coal ( Iperators. He later became Secretary and 
Treasurer of the Mount Hope Coal Company and the Georgia 
Peruvian Ochre Company and Private Secretary to Mr. Garrett 
B. Linderman of South Bethlehem, which latter position he now 
holds in addition to the Secretary and Treasurership of several 
Gold Mining Companies. In May, 1897, he married Olga C. 
Hesse, who had. the year previous, served as a Missionary 
among the "Mission Indians" in California. 

Mr. Luckenbach is a member of the Moravian Church and 
has been i^rominentlv connected with the Sundav School. Chris- 
tian Endeavor and Missionarv Societies of the Church at Beth- 
lehem. He is also a member of the Moravian Historical Society. 
National Geographic Society, A. & I. O. K. of M., and P. O. 
S. of A. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 339 

ADDIE PHELPS. 

Addie Phelps (887) was born in (inadenhutten. C ). 
Throug-h unfortunate circumstances in the family, she was given 
a home with her father and grandmother and never heard of her 
mother until she was about fifteen years old. Her schooling was 
rather neglected since she had to walk three miles over hills and 
valleys to the nearest school house. Amidst toil and sutfering 
and without a mother's comfort and love, she struggled on until 
she received the good tidings that her mother in her last days de- 
sired to see her. But through bitter opposition she was denied 
that privilege. However, the fact that her mother was still liv- 
ing caused her to scheme wisely and she left her father honorably 
under the pretence of visiting relatives and through the aid of 
friends journeyed to where her mother lived but arrived a few- 
weeks after she was buried. Heartbroken and almost in despair 
she visited among her relatives and finally took courage and 
began to do household duties and learned dressmaking. Her 
health would not allow her to continue the latter, and in conse- 
quence, she went to her aunt to recuperate. 

She was married on the fourth of February, 1879. and for five 
years lived in Crawford County, Ohio, and then moved to 
Padanaram, where they now reside. They are engaged in farm- 
ing- and operating a saw-mill. 

EDWARD H. GAM BOLD. 

Edward H. Gambold (671) was born in Hope, Indiana. He 
attended the public schools and in 1882 entered the Business Col- 
lege at Indianapolis. Ind. At the close of the same year, he en- 
tered upon his business career. After serving a clerkship in the 
Car Accountant's Offiice for nine months, he was promoted to 
chief clerk of that department of the Ohio Southern Railway 
with ofBces in Spriugfield, Ohio. In 1894, he resigned his posi- 
tion with the railway company to become a partner of the Morn- 
ing Daily Newspaper Publishing Company. They organized the 
company and through perseverance made the business a success, 
our subject acting as treasurer and manager. In 1904, he sold 
his interests in the Newspaper, having become interested in 
manufacturing companies. 



340 



THE HISTORY OF 




CHARLES H. CLEWELL. 

Charles H. Clewell (417) was born in Xazareth. Pa. He was 
a pupil of the Moravian Parochial School and learned the trade 
of cabinet-makinsf from his father. Soon after his marriage, 
he moved to New Castle. Del., where he now resides and is 
engaged in the undertaking- business for more than twenty-three 
years. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 



CLARENCE O. LUCKENBACH. 

Clarence O. Luckenbach (11 13) was born in B'ethlehem. Pa. 
He was educated in the Moravian Parochial Schools from which 
he graduated and at Lehigh University in the class of 1894. 
After leaving the University he was first employed by the Mid- 
vale Steel Company and later secured a position in the Philadel- 
phia public schools as principal and teacher. He was forced to 
relinguish his connection with the schools on account of failing- 
health and traveled. settHng in the Southwest. He spent some- 
time in the hospital at Las Vegas, after which he went to Santa 
Fe, N. M., where he died. He is buried at Bethlehem, Pa. 



THE CLEWELI. FAMTI.^■ 



341 




Harry E. Clewell (114*) was born in Nazareth, Pa., and 
attended the Moravian Parochial schools at that place. He be- 
came interested in office work and conducted several touring 
parties to Europe. His town honored him with the office of 
Justice of the Peace and later he was commissioned a Notary 
Public. He traveled extensively and is now engaged in the 
real estate business. 



ELIZA J. BRUCH. 

Eliza J. Bruch (245) was born in Hanover Township. Lehigh. 
County, Pa. She attended the public schools and received the 
rudiments of an education. In her youth she became a con- 
firmed member of the Lutheran Church at Rittersville. Pa. After 
marriage to Mr. Bruch about 1855. they moved into the vicinity 
of Freemansburg, Pa., where they resided but a short time and 
then to Bethlehem, where she spent the rest of her life. Her 
husband died October 2, 1902, leaving her a widow for nearly 
five years. She is buried at Bethlehem, Pa. 



342 



THE HISTORY OF 




Kl<;i\ AAI 



Eugene D. Trein ( 1065 ) was born in Aluta, Northampton 
County, Pa. He attended the pubHc schools and through in- 
dustry and perseverance prepared himself for the teaching pro- 
fession. He taught school for a few years in his native town- 
ship and then resigned to accept a position in the Nazareth 
National l>ank as book-keeper. He was married, (October — . 
1902, and resides in Nazareth. 

P.oth he and his wife are members of the Moravian Church 
at Schoeneck. 

Socially. Mr. Trein is connected with the Masonic Order, and 
the J. O.'O. F. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY. 



343 




DR. ELMER C. liRLCH. 

Dr. Elmer C. Bruch (769) was born in BeMilehem, Pa. Tie 
received a rudimentary education in the public schools and after 
a thorough preparation in B'ellevue Hospital. New York City, 
he entered the Baltimore Medical College, Baltimore. Md., from 
which he graduated in i8gi. He then took a post graduate 
course in the Jetterson Medical College at Philadelphia, Fa., 
graduating in i8()2. He then returned to his native town and 
opened an ofifice where he enjoys a large patronage, and bears 
an honorable distinction among his many friends. 

ERWIN T. BRUCH. 



Erwin J. Bruch (767) was born in Bethlehem Township, 
Northampton County, Pa. When about a year old his parents 
moved to Bethlehem, Pa., where he received his education in 
the Public Schools. In his youth he learned the baker's trade 
which he ever afterwards followed. After eleven years exper- 
ience in the business he established his own in his town and now 
enjoys a prosperous business making a specialty of the pretzel. 



344 



THE HISTORY OF 




KK\-. ti:ARIJ:S S. STEIXME'IZ AM 



Rev. Charles S. Steinmetz (1060) was born in Northampton 
County. Penn. ?Iis parents moved to the state of Michigan when' 
he was four years old and resided there until in the fall of 1878 
when the family again took journey westward, arriving at Sterl- 
ing, Rice County, Kansas, where they settled. That part of the 
state was then mostly a wild unbroken prairie and game plentiful, 
such as wild geese, wild ducks, prairie chickens, deer, antelope 
and the howling coyote. However, the unbroken prairies were 
soon converted into wheat and corn fields by the enterprising 
immigrants who also planted fruit and shade trees and erected 
beautiful houses. School and church privileges were very limited, 
their nearest school hou'se. being three miles distant. Soon after 
liis marriage he became a member of the Evangeltical Association 
and in March, 1889, entered upon the ministry, having received 
his license to preach from the Conference in session at Yates 
Center. Kansas. His first field of labor was in Missouri. He 
labored in Misisouri and Kansas until 1899 when he moved to 
Colorado. While there he organized two missions, one at Colo- 
rado Springs and the other at Ordway. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 



345 




WILLIAM II. CLEWELL. 



William H. Clewell, M. D., (421) was born in Nazareth, Pa. 
He attended the Moravian Parochial School until 1881 when 
his parents moved to Philadelphia. Here he entered the public 
schools, and later was matriculated a student of the Medico 
Chiruro-ical Colleo-e, from which he liraduated in 1896. The 
next year he moved to Summit Hill, where he practices medi- 
cine and conducts a drug- store. On December 22, 1905, he was 
appointed postmaster. At the outbreak of the Spanish Ameri- 
can War, he organized Company L, Ninth Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers, and was commissioned First Lieutenant. 



346 THE HISTORY OF 

LUCINDA BALCOM. 

Lucinda Balconi ( 247 ) was born in the state of Ohio and was 
a Hfe-long resident of that state. They chiefly hved on a farm 
until the outbreak of the Civil War where her husband, Davi-l 
Balconi, enlisted in Company F, Ohio X'olunteers, Nineteenth 
Regiment. He was taken a prisoner by the enemy at the battle 
of Chickamauga, Tenn., on September 19, 1863. and died in the 
Andersonville War F'rison on June 3, 1864. 

REV. LEON G. LUCKENBACH. 

Rev. Leon G. Luckenbach ( 1300) was born at B<ethlehem, Pa. 
He attended the Moravian Parochial School for a few years when 
he was transferred to the public schools from which he graduated 
in 1890. While attending High School, he left for about a year 
and a half occupying the position of cashier and confidential clerk 
of a large dry goods store in Pottsville, Pa. He returned to 
Bethlehem and finished the course in school and then entered the 
Moravian College and Theological Seminary from which he 
graduated in 1896, and was ordained by Bishop J. Mortimer 
Levering on June i ith of the same year. He accepted the pastor- 
ate of the York City mission, entering upon his charge July ist. 
During his pastorate several chapels were remodeled and trans- 
ferred into the Second Moravian Church of York, Pa. He was 
married on May 4, 1897. 

JOSEPH LOVIN CLEWELL. 

Joseph Lovin Clewell (2c;7) was a soldier in Company F, One 
Hundred and Thirty Second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers 
and was wounded in the battle of Antietam and taken to the 
hospital at Harper's Ferry where he died from his wounds and is 
buried there. 

ALBERT A. CLEWELL. 

Albert A. Clewell (258) enlisted in the L^nion Army at the 
age of seventeen. He joined Company A, One Hundred and 
Fifty-third Re.a^iment, Pennsylvania Volunteers on September 15, 
1862. He fought in the battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg 
and received an honorable discharge at Harrisburg on July 2^, 
1863. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 



347 




James R. Crouse (557) was born in Ross Township, Clinton 
County, Indiana. He attended the pubHc schools and after com- 
pleting the course he entered a Teacher's Training- School from 
which he entered upon the profession of Public School Teacher 
in his native county. For fifteen years, he has been instructing 
the yoimg with much success. On June 10, 1897, he was mar- 
ried to Miss Ida Mitten of Rossville, Ind., where they now re- 
side. Their place of residence is a pleasant one, with the latcJi- 
string of their door always on the outside to their relatives and 
friends. 



348 THE HISTORY OF 

TILGHMAN S. P. STEINER. 

Tilg-hman S. P. Steiner (814) was born near Schoeneck, Pa. 
He attended the public schools and later the Moravian Parochial 
school then taught by Bishop Henry VanVleck. While here in 
this school, he took up the study of music and later took lessons 
of Jacob Haman and Prof. Anton Mattes. In his seventeenth 
year he was appointed organist of the Schoeneck Moravian 
Church, and later served as organist at the following churches: 
at Hecktown. Catasauqua. and Stone Church, a place near Krei- 
dersville. He spent the last twenty-three years at the latter place 
as organist and music teacher. He was married to Louisa 
Giersch. who was also a lineal descendant of the Clewells, on the 
first of September, 1863, but she died one month after their mar- 
riage, and is buried at Schoeneck. On December 24, 1866, he 
niarried Maria L. Gross. He followed his trade as cigar-maker 
and move to Catasauqua, Pa. During the Civil War he was em- 
jiloyed in the Philadelphia Armory. He is a born Moravia;i 
and was a member of the Schoeneck congregation, but later be- 
came a member of the Reformed Church. 

CHRISTIAN CLEWELL. 

Christian Clewell (599) was born near Catawissa, Penn. He 
received a meager education in the public schools but acquired 
more through the actual experiences in life. He served as a 
private soldier in Company H, 132nd Regiment, Pennsylvania 
Volunteers, First Brigade, Third Division, Second Corps, of the 
Army of the Potomac. He fought in the battle of Fredericks- 
burg on Dec. 13, 1862, and at Chancellorsville, May 1-3, 1863. 
On his return from the war he settled in Catawissa where he has 
a general merchandise business and enjoys the respect of his 
follow-citizens. 

FRANCIS G. SAYLOR. 

Francis G. Saylor (488) was born in Filetown, near Schoeneck, 
Pa. Pie attended the pubhc schools where he displayed business 
qualities. When a mere youth he became a clerk in his uncle's 
general merchandise store at Biishkill Centre, Pa., and from 
thence he w^ent to Philadelphia where he became the chief clerk 
in a grocery. A few years after his marriage they moved to 
Easton, Pa., where they now reside. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 



349 




MARY E. STRAUP.EL. 



J\Iary E. Straubel (1317) was born in Bethlehem. Penn. Her 
childhood was uneventful, receiving a meag-er education and at 
the age of sixteen years became acquainted with the then strange 
people called the Salvation Army. She was raised a Moiravian 
and received many deep and lasting impressions from their teach- 
ings, both in church and Sunday-school, and desiring to follow the 
teachings of the Master she cast her lot with the Army in 1884 
after many sad and bitter experiences. Her earnestness and zeal 
in the work were recognized by her superiors and in the latter 
part of the same year she became an officer. She married Charles 
Straubel of Brooklyn, N. Y., also an officer in the Army, on July 
8, 1886. They met with bitter oppositions, persecutions, arrests, 
imprisonments, stonings and beatings at the hands of angry mobs 
while perfonning their duties, receiving wounds, the scars of 
which they will carry into their graves, in the work of reclaiming 
many drunkards and outcasts, restoring children to their parents 
and reuniting families. They are at present stationed in Philadel- 
phia, having worked in the city of Cincinnati for a few years 
previously. 



3SO 



THE HISTORY OF 



REV. ALLEN EUGENE ABEL. 

Rev. Allen Eugene Abel {<^)72) was born in Xazareth, Penn., 
and educated in the parochial and public schools of that place. 
He entered the drug-store of Mr. M. M. Buss of South Bethlehem 
in May, 1882, continuing as a clerk therein until 1884 when he 
entered the Moravian Theological Seminary at Bethlehem, Pa., 
from wdiich institution he g^raduated on June 10, 1890 and im- 
mediately entered the ministry of the Gospel, his first charge being 
at Hector, Minn. His pastorate here continued for over six years, 
till August. 1 8(j6, when he settled at Chaska, Minn. In July, 1900, 
he accepted a call to the East Side Moravian Church of Green 
Bay, Wis., of which congregation he was pastor until the year 
1905 when, in the month of h^M^ruary he became the pastor of the 
Moravian Church at Emaus, Penn. 




I-: M M A SC H LEGEL ( 1 o66 ) , 



REV. CARL SCH LEGEL. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 351 

JO'HN DAVIS. 

John Davis (707) was born near Bethlehem, Pa., and Hved 
with his t^rancl-father, CleweU. until his death, when he became 
the adopted son of Samuel McLaughlin of New Jersey, at the 
ag"e of seven. A few years later he became a member of the fam- 
ily of James Ramsey, Mr. McLaughlin having died. At the age 
of fifteen, he came back to B'ethlehem and lived in its vicinity 
for three years. In 1870, he went to Fort Wayne, Indiana, 
where he lived for three years and then journeyed to Illinois, 
where he lived until 1892. While in the state of Illinois he was 
married to Miss Ida McMaster, of Gififord. He now resides in 
Vernon County, Missouri, and is engaged in farming and stock- 
raising. 

MARCUS J. REED. 

Marcus J. Reed (724) was born in Bethlehem, P'a., and was 
educated in the pubHc schools of the town. Later, he took a 
course in the Eastman Business College of Poughkeepsie, X. Y. 
After the completion of his business course, he accepted a posi- 
tion as bookkeeper for G. B. Markle and Company at Jeddo, Pa., 
being employed in that capacity for thirteen years. In 1899, he 
entered the shoe business in Lebanon, Pa. He was married in 
1890. 

SARAH ANN JOHNSON. 

Sarah Ann Johnson (637) was born near Friedburg, North 
Carolina. Her parents died, leaving her an orphan at the age of 
twelve years. She lived with her uncle for about five years and 
being a member of the Friedburg Moravian Church was priv- 
ileged to enter the Sisters' House in Salem. X. C. Later, she 
made her home with her cousin in Clemmonsville and shortly 
after her marriage moved into Yadkin County, X. C, where she 
still resides. There being no Moravian Church in that vicinity, 
she joined the Methodist Church. 

LAWRENCE A. CLEWELL. 

Lawrence A. CleweU (379) was a private soldier during the 
Civil War in Company C, One Hundred Twenty-ninth Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteers. He took part in the battles of Bull 
Run, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, and was wounded 
in the army during one of the engagements. 



;52 



THE HISTORY OF 



FRANK H. C. CLEWELL. 

Frank H. C. Clewell (982) was born in Sterling, Iliinois, and 
was married on March 8, 1002, at Independence, Missouri. He 
served as a private during the Spanish-American War in Com- 
panv F. Second Reo'iment, Nebraska A^okniteers. After the war, 
he was employed by The Cudahy Packing Company in Kansas 
City, ICansas, in the capacity of paymaster. 

CHARLES \V. CLEWELL. 

Charles \\\ Clewell (995) took part in the Culian campaign 
during the Spanish-American War and was second sergeant in 
Company F, Eighth Regiment, ( Hiio X'olunteers/ 



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THE CLEWELL FAMILY 



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AUGUSTL'S 1!. CLKWKLL. 



Augustus B. Clewell ( 573 ) was a soldier in the Civil War of 
Company H, One Hundred Seventy-eig-hth Regiment, Pennsyl- 
vania V^olunteers with the rank of Second Sergeant. 



REUBEN H. CLEWELL. 

Reuben H. Clewell (16^) was born a few miles west of 
Bethlehem, in Hanover Township, Xorthampton Coimty, Pa. 
During the winter months he was sent to the rural school and 
in the summer he assisted his father on the farm. He learned 
the carpenter's trade when quite young, having served an ap- 
prenticeship of several years. On the 9th of March, 1858, he 
was married to Mary A. Landis of Allentown, Pa. Three years 
later, they moved to Rossville. Ind. In August, 1867, they 
located on a farm in Carroll County, Ind., and in 1886 at 
Bringhurst, where, on August 22, 1895, his wife died. On July 
20, 1899, he married Emiline Townsley, ncc Hanna., and there- 
after resided at Burnettsvilk and where he died and is buried. 
He was a member of the German Reformed Church, but later 
joined the Methodist Episcopal. He was a zealous church- 
worker, having served in various offices. He was a soldier of 
the Civil War in Company G, Indiana \"olunteers. 



THE HISTORY OF 




Catherine Steinmetz (4S4) was born in liushkill Township, 
Xorthani])t()n County, Pa. She attended the public schools and 
assisted her jjarents (hiring" her chiklhood and youth. On 
|anuar\ 24. i8.s8, she was married in Bath. I'a. A few years 
after marriaj^e they moved to Michio:"an, and from thence to 
Kansas, wliere she exi)erienced much of the hardshijjs of fron- 



THE CLEVVELL FAMILY 355 

tier life. Throug-h perseverance they acquired a large farm, 
which they cleared of its primitive wildness. She was a mem- 
ber of the Moravian Church, but the time of her death belonged 
to the Evangelical Association. She was a devout Christian, 
and early taught her family the way of life and right living 
She is buried in the Alden Cemetery, Kansas. 

JAMES FRANKLIN STEIN METZ. 

James Franklin Steinmetz (1056) was born in Northampton 
County, Pa. At the age of fourteen, he left his parent's roof 
and went to Illinois and worked on a farm. During his youth 
he traveled much and as far west as Colorado and following- 
various avocations. In the Fall of 1882 he visited his native 
state for the third time, and was married to Allie Levan of 
Northampton, formerly Stemton, Pa. He returned to Kansas, 
and from thence to Colorado, where he was employed in the 
lumber business. In 1895, he was elected County Treasurer 
and re-elected in 1897. He now resides at Colorado Springs, 
Col., and holds the position of Government Forest Supervisor. 

REV. MILTON J. STEINMETZ. 

Rev. Milton J. Steinmetz (io^9) was born in Northampton 
County, Pa. He went with his parents westward and assisted 
them on the farm. He entered upon the Gospel Ministry in 
the Evangelical Church in March, 1888. at Hiawatha, Kansas. 
He has proven to be a successful pastor and minister. He now 
resides at Derby. Kansas. 

JOSEPHINE A. (TEMPLES) TOLLE. 

Josephine A. (Temples) ToUe (667) was born near Hope, 
Ind., and attended the public schools and later the Moravian 
Academy at Hope. On December 24, 1866, she married Wiley 
R. Temples, who was a veteran of the Civil War in Company 
B, Second Battalion, U. S. Infantry. Soon after marriage they 
moved to Kansas, where he was killed on October 15. 1867, by 
a band of Indians. She returned to her native state and lived 
with her parents until October 15, 1874, when she married Mr. 
Tolle. While in her widowhood, she taught school as a means 
of livelihood. They now reside at Dayton, Tenn. 



356 



THE HISTORY OF 




AIAKIA (■. (,Ui)l'lllA.\! l-:i. AM) lit Sl;A.\l). 

Maria C. Crouthamel (701) was married in the year 1861. 
He was an engineer and superintendent of iron ore mines 
in Lehig-h County. Penn. Later he entered the store business 
with his brother in Line Lexington, Pa. They dissolved partner- 
ship after a few years and Mr. Crouthamel estabhshed a general 
merchandise store making the handling of ready-made clothing a 
specialty and for the last thirty years is engaged in the manu- 
facture of clothing employing seventy-five and more people in 
his factory at Hatfield. He is also interested in real estate, at 
one time owning 640 acres of land in Missouri. He was one of 
the incor])orators of his town into a borough, of which he served 
as one of its first councilmen. Mr. and Mrs. Crouthamel belong 
to the Dunkard faith. They traveled extensively through the 
\'\'est. 

H ATT IE BASK INS. 

Hattie Paskins (730) lives on a farm near Jeansville, Iowa. 

WILLIAM M. CLE WELL. 

William M. Clewell (741) is a prominent business man in 
Dubuque, Iowa. 



THE CLEW ELL FAMILY 



357 




JACOB L. CLKW Kl.l.. 

Jacob L. Clewell (28) was raised on the farm, his father being 
the manao-er of the Nazareth Hall farm. In his eiiihteenth year 
he learned the cabinet-making trade with Andrew G. Kern. 
After his term of apprenticeship, he began business for himself 
which was marked for his industry. 

He exhibited great constructive powers in building machinery 
for convenience in his trade. While still an apprentice he built 
a foot-lathe for Mr. Kern and later one for himself. He also 
made a horse-power to operate a circular-saw and a veneering- 
saw of his own ingenuity. The latter saw was then the only one 
known in the vicinity. 

He manufactured chair stretchers and rounds, chair tops and 
veneering and did much of the veneering himself and sent his 
products to Philadelphia. He also mined and manufactured 
what was known as a "Mineral Black P'aint" and shipped it by 
boat to Philadelphia, where it was sold by his agents. 

In his youth as was customary with many of the Clewells, he 
learned music and for many years was leader of a Musical 
Band which was sometimes called "The Frenchmen's Band (Die 



358 



THE HISTORY OF 



Fransosa Band) because the majority of its members were Cle- 
wells. He was a member of the Nazareth Moravian Trombone 
Choir until his 65th year. Besides serving his chosen church 
in many capacities, he was a trustee under the lease system of 
that church for many years and was noted for his punctuality 
and integ-ritv. He is buried at Nazareth. 




JACOI! L. CLKWELL. 

Jacob L. Clewell (116) was born in Nazareth. Pa. He at- 
tended the Moravian Parochial Schools and later was enrolled 
as a student of Nazareth Hall. At the age of 13, he quit school 
and learned cabinet-making with his father. At the age of 16. 
his father taught him to play a trombone and joined the Trom- 
bone Choir of which he was a member until he was thirty-two 
years old. He also was a member of the Church Orchestra and 
a member of the choir. After his marriage, they moved to 
Cherry Hill, where they Hved for five years, and then moved to 
Nazareth where he had bought his father s homestead. In 1880. 
he moved his family to Philadelphia where he is now residing. 
He is an employee of the Keystone Telephone Company. 

JACOB L. CLEWELL. 

Jacob L. Clewell (728) was engaged in farming the greater 
part of his life. About 1896, he moved to Waverly, Iowa, and 
engaged in teaming. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 359 

DAVID O. LUCKENBACH. 

David O. Luckenbach (675) was born in I'ethlehem, E^a. lie 
was educated in the private school of Ernst V. Bleck. At an 
early age he became familiar with the millino- business, and in 
1857, his father took him in as a partner under the name of 
Jacob Luckenbach & Son. In 1861, his father retired, and the 
firm of D. & A. Luckenbach was formed, which continued until 
death interrupted. On January 18, 1864, he was married to 
Ellen E. Meyers. Air. Luckenbach was a member of the State 
Milling- Association, a director of the First National Bank of 
Bethlehem, and also of the Allentown and Btethlehem Turnpike 
Company. For manv vears he was one of the Trustees of Le- 
high L^niversity. He took a great deal of pride in civic im- 
provements and was a member of Town Council. He was a 
life-long Moravian. 

ROSINA LUCKENBACH. 

Rosina Luckenbach (zt,) was born at ^j'ork, Pa. On Septem- 
ber 17, 1813, she was married to Rev. Abraham Luckenbach, a 
Moravian Missionary anions- the Indians at Goshen, ( )hio, 
where they resided for several vears, after which thev move 1 
to New Fairfield, Canada, where they continued their missionary 
labors for twenty-three years. They retired to Bethlehem, Pa., 
where thev are buried. 

CORNELIA REGENNAS. 

Cornelia Regennas (168) was married to Rev. John J. Regen- 
nas at Lancaster, Pa., in May, 18.S2. The next year they moved 
to Emaus, Pa., where he was the pastor of the Moravian Church 
for seven years. In i860, he became the pastor of the Schoe- 
neck Moravian Church, resigning in November, 1880, and 
moved to Hope, Ind., where he died and where Mrs. Regennas 
still resides. 

DR. EUGENE G. REGENNA. 

Dr. Eugene G. Regennas (=184) was born at Emaus, Pa. He 
attended Nazareth Hall from 1864 to 1868, and then worked 
at woodcarving iqv four years, at Lancaster, Pa. He gradiiated 
from the Philadelohia Dental College in 1876 and afterwards 
moved to Hope, Lpcb-x. In 1886, he g:raduated from the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. He is organist of the Moravian 
Church at Hope, Ind., since 1868. 



360 THE HISTORY OF 

JULIUS A. GAMBO'LD. 

Julius A. CTanibokl (1496) was boru in Hope, Indiana, where 
Ik- lived tor 21 years. In his sixteenth year he began school 
teaching which he followed for 30 years. He came to Veeders- 
burg, Ind., in 1873, where he was married two years later, April 
25, 1875. A few years after his marriage he entered thj lumber 
and saw-mill business which he pursued until he moved to In- 
dianapolis, Ind., to become the proprietor of a hotel. 

RALEIGH M. PEARSON. 

Raleigh AI. Pearson (1539) was Captain of Company E., 
Second Arkansas United States Volunteers during the Spanish- 
American War. His company was in service ten months, six at 
Chicamauga, Ga., and four at Anniston, Ala. He is interested 
in the manufacture of all kinds of artistic signs. 

EDWIN FRANKLIN CLEWELL. 

Edwin Franklin Clewell {2y2) was born in Schoeneck. He 
learned the locksmith trade and later became a tinsmith. He 
married Julia E. Danke on March 16, 1841, and lived in Schoe 
neck, opposite the graveyard in which he is buried. He was a 
noted musician in his community. 

CHARLES H. CLEWELL. 

Charles H. Clewell (731) lives in Waverly, Iowa, and is em- 
ployed at marble works. 




HAMEL (1508.) 



Account of Clewell Family 
Reunions. 



During the spnmg- of 1903, the compilers of the Family his- 
tory saw and felt the advantage of a Family reunion. They 
expressed their opinions to some who were anxious about the 
success of the history with a view to create a sentiment for the 
reunion till the following year. Instead, a sentiment in favor of 
immediate action arose so strongly that in June a preliminary 
meeting was held at Nazareth, Pa., and the following officers 
elected ; president, Lewis B. Clewell, of Bethlehem, Pa. ; vice- 
presidents. Rev. Lewis P. Clewell and Bishop J. M. Levering, 
both of Bethlehem, Pa. ; secretary, W. D. Seyfried, of Bethle- 
hem, Pa. ; treasurer, Harry E. Clewell, of Nazareth, Pa. 

So enthusiastic were those in attendance at this meeting which 
was attended by ladies as well as gentlemen, that the date for 
the reunion was fixed for August 26, 1903, when the first re- 
union of the Clewells should take place. The Rev. George F. 
Bahnson, then pastor of the Schoeneck Moravian Church, ex- 
tended an invitation to hold the first reunion at the religious 
altar of the progenitors of this large family. The invitation 
was cheerfully accepted and committees on arrangements and 
music were appointed. The former consisted of Harry E. 
Clewell, chairman, G. A. Schneebeli, Ephraim Loux, Stephen 
Trein, Eugene Stocker, Edwin Clewell and Tilghman Fehr and 
the latter of Stephen Trein, Ellis Schneebeli and Tilghman 
Steiner. 

The president was also empowered to appoint a committee to 
be known as the Executive Committee which consisted of Mon- 
roe Clewell, Oiliver L. Fehr, Edwin Clewell, Walter Clewell, 



362 THE HISTORY OF 

James H. Fehr, Francis G. Fehr, William A. Siegfried, John 
J. Clewell, William H. Friebely. Ephraim Loux, Thomas B. 
Clewell. Martin Clewell (i. A. Schneebeli. OHver A. Clewell, 
O. B. Desh, Thomas D. Clewell, A. S. Bishop and A. B. Fehr. 
The committees and the officers immediately began the planning 
for the reunion and to make it a memorable day for those who 
should attend. 

The historians had gathered at this time about 400 families 
and to them were sent invitations with the request that they 
should extend the invitation to others who were likely to belong 
to the descendants of the Clewells and by the responses received 
bv the secretary it bid fair to assure a large crowd. 

There was something peculiarly appropriate in celebrating a 
reunion near the spot where the ancestors had lived and worked. 
Many came from a distance to meet with the scenes of their 
childhood and the friends whom they had left as they went forth 
into the world. Others who were ignorant of the fact that all 
Clewells in America were closely related to each other came on 
a mission for information and identify. 

The early hours of August 26, the date of the first reunion, 
promised a bright and sunny day with a mild atmosphere and 
as early as seven o'clock did the young and old begin to as- 
semble in the village of Schoeneck. The graves of the deceased 
members on the cemetery were marked by a white silken 
streamer with the letter "C" stamped upon it in bronze while 
the graves of those who were connected with the family through 
marriage were marked by a blue silken streamer. 

The grave of Alother Clewell ( Stamm-mutter ) as well as the 
graves of her two sons, Franz and George Clewell were more 
elaborately decorated with streamers and floral tributes. 

The celebrating spirit was evident among the crowd as it 
gathered and registered on the blanks prepared by the commit- 
tee and by ten o'clock fully 800 members and relatives of the 
family were wearing the button with the following inscription. 
"First Reunion, Clewell Family, 1737, August 26, 1903. So 
surprising was the attendance that it may best be illustrated by 
the following incident. The president although hardly able to 
be present on account of ill health stood gazing down the road 



THE CLEVVELL FAMILY 363 

toward Nazareth when he was accosted thus : "Ai ! Ai ! Lewi^ was 
hustch du gemocht ! Guk ! die o-onsa welt kum't yo noch da 
Clawelda reunion!" 

At 10 o'clock, a trombone choir consisting- of Messrs. John J. 
Reinheimer, Carl Seyfried, William H. Trein, Sydney Beitel, 
Samuel Ruth, Stephen A. Trein and Harry Kellar announced 
the beginning of the programme from the belfry of the church 
by rendering a few of the familiar and beautiful Moravian tunes 
after which the people gathered in the orchard back of the 
church where a platform and seats had been erected. Rev. 
Lewis P. Clewell delivered the opening address in which he 
pointed out the objects of the reunion : first, to promote devotion ; 
second, information ; thfrd, inspiration ; and fourth, association. 
Rev. William Oerter oflvTew Dorf, Staten Island, led the de- 
votional exercises after which the president, Lewis P. Clewell 
offered a few remarks on the history of the Clewell family in 
America and deplored his inability to do justice to the occasion 
on account of his illness. 

The address of welcome was ably and appropriately delivered 
by Rev. George F. Bahnson. He emphasized the sterling 
qualities in the characters of Madame Kuechle and her two 
sons, Franz and George Clewell. and extended the warm hand 
of friendship to the descendants in coming home to the religious 
shrine of the ancestors. Rev. Robert E. Clewell of Hopedale, 
Pa., reponded. He spoke of the prolific family-tree and of- 
fered words of praise for the devotion of the many to their 
ancestors and extolled the virtues and patriotism of the fathers 
and reminded his audience of the future and its responsibilities. 
Other brief addresses followed after which a business session 
took place when all the officers were re-elected except Harry E. 
Clewell who declined and was succeeded by William A. Sieg- 
fried and a resoltion passed to have a second reunion within 
the next year. During the noon hour the sextette gave a de- 
lightful concert while many took luncheon which the Sisters' 
Union of the Schoeneck Church had furnished. 

At two o'clock the people again gathered in the orchard to 
listen to the historical sketch of the family and to hear the 
secretary's report which gave full information as to the extent 
of the family and the work accomplished on the history. Rev. 



364 THE HISTORY OF 

T. G. Clewell of South Park, Ohio, read an original poem and 
followed with a brief address. 

The assemblage then proceeded from the orchard to the 
graveyard, the trombonists leading where the memorial services 
were held. Rev. Lewis P. Clewell delivered a masterly address 
full of inspiration and aspiration and which should be here 
recorded but his unexpected removal from our ranks left the 
manuscripts incomplete. Rev. T. G. Clewell closed the pro- 
gramme by a brief address and the benediction. 

The reunion was attended by at least 1200 people and all 
expressed their highest praise for the occasion. The expenses 
which amounted to over $110 were met by voluntary contribu- 
tions. 

SECOND REUNION. 

The second reunion of the Clewell Family was held on August 
24, 1904, in the old historic grove of Black Rock, near Nazareth, 
and almost within the shadow of the Schoeneck Moravian 
Church. The day again seemed to be mapped out by Providence 
for the event. Neither had the interest among the descendants 
in their reunions abated as was clearly manifested by the gath- 
ering crowd. At ten o'clock the president, Lewis B. Clewell 
called the meeting to order by making a brief address and on 
account of his feebleness requested O. L. Fehr whom the 
Executive Committee had selected to succeed the Rev. L. P. 
Clewell, to preside at the meetings. The devotional exercises 
were conducted by Samuel D. Luckenbach and W. D. Seyfried. 
The election of officers resulted as follows : president, Lewis 
B. Clewell, of Bethlehem, Pa. ; vice-presidents Bishop J. M. 
Levering, of Bethlehem, Pa.; O. L. Fehr, of Easton, Pa.; 
Monroe L. Clewell, of Easton, Pa. ; secretary W. D. Seyfried, of 
Bethlehem, Pa.; treasurer William A. Siegfried, of Nazareth, 
Pa. 

Mr. A. S. Bishop, of Bethlehem offered a resolution that 
the next reunion should be Held in 1907. the time and place to 
be named by the Executive Committee. Mr. William H. Clewell 
of Berwick, Pa., offered a resolution of gratitude to the various 
committees and officers for their efforts in makine: the reunion 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 365 

such a success. The following resolutions were adopted in memory 
of Rev. Lewis P. Clewell. 

WHEREAS, It has pleased an all wise Providence to remove 
from our midst the Rev. Lewis P. Clewell, a Mice-president of 
the Clewell Family Reunion, therefore be it 

RESOLVED, That the descendants of Franz and George 
Clewell through their Executive committee, desire at this time 
to record their deep feeling of regret over the loss which we have 
suffered in his death. 

Lewis P. Clewell was called to his eternal rest on Saturday, 
January the 9th, IQ04, to be forever with the Lord whom he so 
faithfully and efficiently served as a minister of the gospel within 
the fold of the Moravian church. Especially do we at this time 
deplore his demise as he was one of the strong men who labored 
so earnestly to arrange and bring to a successful completion the 
first re-union of the Clewell family, held last year at Schoeneck. 

No labor was too severe, no task too irksome for him when it 
had reference to the Clewell familv. As one of the Vice Presi- 
dents of the association he presided at many of the meetings of 
the Executive committee in an able and impartial manner. 

RESOLVED, That we heartily sympathize with his widow 
and children in their great bereavement. 

RESOLVED, That a copv of these resolutions be forwarded 
by the secretary to his widow, and that they be spread in full on 
the minutes of the Executive Committee. 

The rest of the afternoon was wholly given to social mter- 
cotirse and the reccDtion of those who came from a distance 
among whom were found descendants from Ohio, Washington, 
D. C, Berwick, Pa., Hartley Hall, Pa., Scranton, Pa.. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., and other places. Lunch was furnished for those who 
were not provided with the same and a concert was given by a 
sextette during the noon hour. 

At two o'clock Harry E. Clewell, Esq., of Nazareth, Pa., gave 
an address of welcome in which he ably pointed out the benefits 
of a family reunion. A. S. Bishop of B'ethlehem, Pa., eloquently 
responded by emphasizing the fraternal featlires of reunions 
and the great satisfaction of meeting friends. He contrasted 
the reunion of the descendants with the visits that Franz and 



366 THE HISTORY OF 

George Clewell made to each other with their large famiUes 
and closed with a Pennsylvania German poem suggestive of 
the scenes and conditions in those pioneer days. 

^The secretary's report showed great progress on the history 
and a much larger family-tree than was dreamed of at the in- 
ception of the work. The programme closed with the reading 
of an original Pennsylvania German poem by the president, 
Lewis B. Clewell which at the request of the Executive Com- 
mittee is herewith published. 

The collections of the day amounted to more than $112 and 
the large attendance which was about 1 100 expressed their 
appreciation of the work of the Executive Committee and officers 
in words of praise as well as by their liberal contributions. The 
Executive Committee is composed of the following: 

Executive Committee. Address. 

Thomas B. Clewell Allentown, Pa., N. 7th St 

Harry E. Clewell Nazareth, Pa. 

Edwin H. Clewell Stockertown, Pa. 

Walter S. Clewell Belfast, Pa. 

Augustus Bishop Bethlehem, Pa. 

James H. Fehr Nazareth, Pa., R. F. D.,2 

Francis G. Fehr Nazareth, Pa., R. F. D., 2. 

William H. Friebely Nazareth, Pa. 

Ephraim Lo>ux Nazareth, Pa. 

Hon. G. A. Schneebeh Nazareth. Pa. 

Stephen A. Trein . Nazareth, Pa., R. F. D., 3 

Eugene W. Stocker Nazareth, Pa. 

Oliver A. Clewell Bethlehem, Pa. 

Orlando B. Desh, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Thomas D. Clewell Bethlehem. Pa. 

Eugene A. Rau Bethlehem, Pa. 

William H. Clewell Berwick, Pa. 

Samuel D. Luckenbach B'ethlehem, Pa. 

Erwin J. Bruch Bethlehem, Pa. 

•Rev. John H. Clewell, Ph. D Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Albert B. Fehr South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Martin H. Clewell Allentown, Pa. 

Alfred Vogenitz Allentown, Pa., 736 Turner St. 

Howard J. Siegfried 5676 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 



THE CLEWELL FAMILY 367 

THE CLEWELL FAMILY IN AMERICA. 
Composed by Lewis B. Clewell. 

Die mutter is aus Frankreich fort, 
Mit ihre buwe zwee; 
Als Franz net ausoewachse war. 
Un Georg-e war jo noch klee. 

Sell is nau a hunnert yohr zurich, 
Ja siv — un — sechzig mee ; 
Wie sie ihr land verlosse hen 
Un gan'OTse an der see. 

Un wie sie sin dert kumme hie' 
Ins schiff sin sie no nei ; 
Zu fahre noch America 
Um Gott zu diene frei. 

En lange un en raue fahrt 
Sell is was sie hen g'hat; 
Doch sin sie gluecklich angelangt 
Dert an der Quaker statt. 

Un wie sie rivver kumme sin, 
An dieseit's grosze meer, 
xA.ch ! do hot doch so manches g'fehlt 
Weil's backe buch war leer. 

Die Mutter saakt wo soil ich naus 
Mit meine Buwe zwee, 
Mer hen ken geld, un au ken haus 
Sell duht mer ya so wah. 

D'och tzuvertraue hen sie g'hat 
Zu Gott im neue land. 
Das er sie richtig fuehre daht 
An seiner starke hand. 

So hot sie dan der George geloszt 
Dert in der Quaker statt, 
Un mit em Franz dan gange fort 
Bis er en platz hot kott. 

Dan hot sie au net gewe uf 
Bis sie endlich dan 
Fer sich en haemet g'funne hot 
Do draus beim Kichle John. 



368 THE HISTORY OF 

Un wie der Franz mohl elter war 
Denkt er ich will mohl geh' 
Mei Mutter b'siiche sell will ich 
Un gebt seim Boss adyay. 

Un wie er don is kumme haem 
Do war sei' mutter froh ; 
So kenne mir uns denke leicht 
Dos er ah yusht war so. 

Now war noch ebber schunscht im haus 
Zwee schoene yunge maed ; 
So bleibt er wennig lenger dort 
Weils war ihm net ferlaet. 

Der eltsht ihr nauma war Salom,' 
Der Franz liebt sie so gut. 
Fiel besser wie sie mutter ya 
Sell is wos' liebe thut. 

Mit ihr hot er en bund gamocht, 
Hot sie sei weib genent, 
Mit ihr gelaebt ya fiele yohr, 
Bis Tod hot sie getrenut. 

No wie der George is kumme hame 
Tzu seiner mutter secht, 
Die Anna nem ich mir tzwum weib, 
Sell is net meh wie recht. 

En yader hot no lond gakauft 
En tzimlich grosses shtick, 
Fon Millgrove bissel weiter nuf, 
Negscht on der Bushkill krick. 

Noh secht der Franz ich geh' nau draw 
Sell is es rechte ding; 
Ich hock mer bleck un bau en haus, 
Dort nivver on die spring. 

Don saugt der George tzu seiner frah 
Mir bau'n uns an en haus, 
Dort on die spring, uf unser lond, 
Glay shtick fun Moorestown raus. 

Dos ehelaiva hen sie donn 
Mit 'nonner g'fonga ah, 



THE CLEVVELL FAMILY 3^9 

Un yader hot au kinner grickt 
Mit seiner ehe frah. 

Der Franz der hut ya dreitzay g'hot, 
Fier boova un nein maed, 
Beim George do wars graud umgakared 
Nein Boova un drei maed. 

Die hen sich donn no so fermehrt 
Fum erst tzum ochta g'schlecht, 
Wie fiel es werkHch mechte sei, 
Sell waes ich schur net recht. 

Doch's erst, uns tzwett, uns dritte g'schlecht 

Sin nimme in der welt, 

Sin dod, un lengsht beagrauva ya 

Dort draus im shtille feld. 

Im fierte g'schlecht sin fiel schun olt, 
Un wos ich saug is wohr ; 
En dahl die hen schun bludde kepp, 
Un on're groa hoar. 

Doch's finft, un sechst, sin nau noch yung, 

Un hen noch g'sundes blut ; 

Sie shpringe, schoffe olle shtund, 

Un sin foil guten muth. 

Es siev't g'schlecht tzehlt au schum fiel 
Doch dahl sin noch net grosz ; 
Ya monches mecht yo liega noch 
In seiner mutter schoas. 

Dos achte g'schlecht so fiel ich waes, 
Sins nau yusht drei mohl tzway, 
Doch wonn die welt now lenger shteht 
Donn werts noch gevva may. 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



A 

Name. Location. No 

Abel, Allen E., Enuuis, Pa., 972 

Abel, Allen L., Bath, Pa. 14iiS 

Abel, Charles, Allentown, Pa [)13 

Abel, Elmira, Bethlehem, Pa 3(J8 

Abel, Emily L,, E-iuaiis, Pa 1419 

Abel, Frank, Hethlehem, Pa 970 

Abel, Henry, Bath, Pa 971 

Abel, Sarah C, Belfast, Pa 7S9 

Achenbach, Anna M., Easton. Pa. . . 1100 

Adair, Eniinia S., Northampton. Pa... 1022 

Adams, Laura M., Camden. N. J. . . 803 

Albright, Catherine, Nazareth, Pa, . . 82 

Albright, .Tacob T., P.ethlehom, I'a... 32U 

Alexander, l.anra, b'ranklinville. Pa.. lG4.j 

Allen, Clara A., Toledo, U S40 

Allen. Clara L.. Cleveland, 150.J 

Allen, Clara B 10.'4 

Allen, Sophia E 1G96 

Althonse, Mary, Reading, Pa 829 

Andrews, Clinton H., Nazareth Pa... 1547 

Andrews. Clinton H.. Nazareth. Pa.. . 1.547 

Andrews. .Tames P., Pnngor. Pa 13(19 

Anderson, Anna 1.., Zaleski, 290 

Ash, Susan M.. Camden, N, .T 1391 

Aspv, Susanna L 653 

Ayers, Charlotte, Canal Dover. O. . . 884 

B 

Babel, Sarah A 221 

Babp, Coi-a L., Nazareth, Pa 1144 

Bacherach. Marion, ^Milwaukee, Wis.. I."i53 

Baeher, Charlotte 129 

Bagby, Ellen C, Pittsburg, Pa 1428 

B.aker, Celesta .T 738 

Baker. Lizzie, Fort Dodge, la 1037 

Baker, Georgiana. Pliiladelphia. Pa... 1G73 

Balcom, Lueinda 247 

Baldwin. Carrie E 1545 

Ballinger. Emma E.. Lincoln, Nel). . . 980 

Ballinger. Lewis K.. Omalia, Neb. .. 1440 

P.allard. Eugenia. Ividsville, N. C 1274 

Banks. Aurelia. Newsomerstown, O. 290 

Banks. Thomas A 1630 

Barnes, Lena P 1268 

Barron, Otilla L.. Lincoln. Neb 979 

Barg<'r. Emma. New Freeport. Pa. . . 1085 

Baskins. TIattie C, .Tanesville. la. . . 730 

Baskins, Laura, .Tunction City, Kan... 412 



Name. Location. No. 

Bassett, Caroline, Philadelphia, I'a... 355 

Barres, Alice J., Bethlehem, Pa 1102 

Bates, Alfred, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 442 

Bates, Charles H 1617 

Bates, Christian 1616 

Bates, Edgar, Nazareth, Pa 443 

Bates, Ellen J 1618 

Bates, Ploi-a A., Piliillipsburg, N. J. . . 1395 

Bates, Harriet, Schoeneck, l*a 126 

Bates, George F., Nazareth, Pa 1.54S 

Bander, Ellen J., Emaus. Pa 432 

Bander, Harvey F., Oreland, Pa 1033 

Bander, Wiilliam S., Bine Bell, Pa. . . 1029 

Bauer, Lesetta L., Schoeneck, Pa. . . 122 

Bauman, Adoline A., Edelman, Pa, . . 926 

Bauman, Caroline B., Easton, Pa. . . 929 

Biayne, Estella C, Frankford, Ind. . . 1127 

Beck, x\.nna R., Nazareth, Pa 85 

Beck, Catherine L., Nazaretli. Pa. . . 82 

Beck, Emelia, Nazareth, Pa 85 

Beck, Heniy F., Bethlehem. Pa 324 

Beck, Jane E., Bethlehem, Pa 914 

Beckley. Delbert. South Bend, Ind, . . 1013 

Beckley, .Jeremiah, South Bend, Ind. . . 394 

Beckley, M. Beata, Ohio 100 

Beckner, Cora, Winston-Salem, N. C. 1661 

Beckner. Sallie. Winston-Salem, N. C. 1660 

Becker. Ellen M., Romany, Pa 1314 

Beehn. Charles M., West Salem, 111... lilu 

Beelm, Emma L.. West Salem, 111. . . . 53'^ 

Beehn, Edson, Kiona. Wash 1499 

Beehn, Ezra, West Salem, 111 1.500 

Beehin, Frederick, West Salem, 111. 1498 

Beehn, Harvey, Pi'osser. Wasli 1501 

Beehn, Reed, West Salem, 111 1117 

B.'ers, Anna M. L., Bath, Pa 1063 

Beigler, Grace M., Allentown. Pa. . . 1393 

Beitel. Albert P 270 

Beitel. Amelia, Gnadenhutten. O. . . 270 

Beitel. Annie C, Baltimore. ]Md 802 

Beitel. Benjamin. Grace Hill. la 815 

Beitel. Clarence L., Muscatine, la 1378 

Beitel, Charles L.. West View, Pa. . . 1385 

Beitel. Ellsworth. Chicago, 111 1377 

Beitel, Granville A.. Avalon. Pa 817 

Beite.. Harry H., Avalon, Pa 1384 

Beitei. Ida E., Nazareth, Pa 408 

Beitel, James A., New Portage, O. . . 816 

Beitel. James E.. New Portage. O. . . 1493 

Bieitel, J. Wm., NeAv Portage. 14W 

Beitel, Oliver P., Pittsburg, Pa 1387 



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Name. Location. No. 

Keitel, Robert B.. Allegheuv. Ta. . . . i::8(i 

Beitel, Wm. I.., Avalon, Pa 1382 

Bender. INIaria A.. Bethlehem. l»a. . . u83 

Benner. Anna M., Bethlehem. Pa. . . (Ux; 

Benner, Edwin A.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 13iM 

Benner, Thomas W., Lancaster. Pa. . VVZ^ 

Berf^heimer. Lizzie. Bethlehem. Pa. . . JM;»2 

Berge.v. Alice. Souilerton. Pa 15(^)3 

Berry. Eliva M 1348 

Bevel. :Mar.v. North Carolina KiOT 

Billheimer. Eimma J.. Siegfred, Pa... 1-150 

Biimpson. Carrie H.. Readinii'. Pa. . . 1397 

Binkle; Lanra M.. Allentown. Pa. . . 1141 

Birch. INIatikla 340 

Birdsey, Lncinda. Waterloo. N. Y. . . 735 

Bishop. Anna B., Denver. Col 11 G2 

Bishop. Anna S.. Bethlehem. Pa 57 

Bishop, Aug. S.. Bethlehem. Pa 742 

Bishop. I). Henry. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 234 

Liishop. Emil .1.. Bethlehem. Pa 743 

Bishop. Lizetta '-l'., Bethlehem. Pa. . . 1G(J 

Bishop, Morris G.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 1341) 

Bitler, Nora. Nescopeck. Pa 115G 

Black. Phebe F.. Xenlo, 1407 

Blanchard. Coi*a. Hannpton. la 1443 

Blank. Mary A.. Berwick. Pa 1159 

Blasius. Louisa, Philadelphia. Pa. . . 404 

Blasius, Lovin W.. Philadelphia. Pa.. 1594 

Blasius. Oscaa- E.. Philadelphia. Pa... 1595 

Bless. Caroline. Mountain View, N. Y. 74(; 

Bless. Robert A 1352 

Blumenshine. Stella, Beardstown, 111. 13(J0 

P.oerstler, Animinta, Philadelphia. Pa. 112 

Booi-d. P]mnia. Lamoin. la 14()3 

Boord, Robert, Lamoin. la 1542 

Booth. Anna. Winston-JSalem. N. C. . . 335 
Booth. Mary E.. Philadelphia, l\a. . . . 997 

Bordner. H.. Seneca Falls. N. Y 72(5 

Boi-dner. Hannah. Seneca Falls. N. Y. 721! 

Bortz. May E.. Ailentown, Pa 1413 

Bower. Bertha F.. Berwick. Pa 1199 

Bower. Ella M.. Berwick, Pa 1197 

Bowman, Ora E.. Hope, Ind 1279 

Boyd, (k^rtrude L., Pueblo, Cal 1410 

Boyer, Stella M., .,onestown. Pa 1328 

Boyle, A. Estella, (ilenside, x'a 1292 

Boys, T^nora A 288 

P.nidford. Clara E.. Washington. I). C. 984 

Brahana. Mattie A.. Irasburg. Vt. ... 987 

Brantnei-. Susie E.. Brighton. Col. . . . 889 

Breidiiigcr. Anni(> ().. P.elfast. Pa. .. 812 

P.rcidinger. Enimei C.. Belfast. Pa. .. 490 

Breisch. Minnie A.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1105 

P.i-ewer, Aurelia 294 

Bright, Fred. A., Ailentown, Pa 1119 

P.right, Sarah C. Ailentown, Pa 540 

P.riles. Ida M.. Craiidall. Kan 890 

Brindle. Nancy. North Carolina 1<M)C. 

Brown. Elmer S.. Boston, Mass 1534 



Name. Location. No. 

Brown, Ida L., Boston, Mass 1148 

Brown, Lncinda, Bangor, Pa 358 

Brown, Mary T 1257 

Bruch. Earl, Bethlehem, Pa 1581 

Bruch. Eliza J., Bethlehem, Pa 245 

Bruch, Elmer C, Bethlehem, Pa 709 

Bruch, Erwin J.. BethJehem, Pa 707 

Bruner, Henry E., Indianapolis, Ind.. 074 

Bruner. Frederick W 210 

Bruner, Phillippine, Hope, Ind 210 

Bruner. AVilliam. Hope. Ind 210 

Brunuer. Cecelia, Bethlehem, Pa. . . . 325 

Brunner. Ed. H., Washington, D. C... 909 

Brunner, Eugene A., Bethlehem, Pa.. 908 

Brunner, Henrietta. Bethlehem. Pa... 325 

Bninner. Lovin J.. Tacomia. Wash. . . 911 

Brunner. Wmi. N.. Philadelphia. Pa.. 910 

Buncher. Mary C. Pen Argyl. Pa.... 895 

Burchani. .Tohn. Hope, Ind 072 

Burcham, Phill'ppine. Hope. Ind. . . . 210 

Burger. Theresa H.. Nazareth. Pa... 1095 

Burns. Lena P 1208 

Butler. Anna L.. Akron, U 1380 

Burley, Florence. Stocertown, Pa.... ir»87 

Byerly. Rosa, Winston Salem, N. C. 1273 



Calhoun. Elizabeth. Philadelphia, Pa. 90 

Calhoun. Mathew A.. Altoona. Pa. . . 385 

Calhoun. Wm. F.. Charleston. W. Ya. 388 

Caress. Anna, Orangeville. Pa ()09 

Cargay. Alice C. Toiwito, Kian. .... 5:35 

Carl, Edna. Ailentown, Pa 1069^ 

Carpenter, Artha. ITlysses. Kan. .... 588 

Carter. Emma I., Hartsville. Ind. . . . 1202 

Carver. Fannie. Charleston. W. Ya. .. 1152 

Cassler. Harrietta. Nazareth. Pa. . . . 337 

Gassier. Lucius A.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 920 

Cascaden. Mildred, Philadelpliia, Pa.. 1437 

easel, Saran, Ailentown, Pa 1024 

Caughey, Ella, Erie, Pa 854 

Cawley, Sopia C 307 

Chaftin, .Tane 1(K)9 

Chandler. Adalaide. Brooklyn, N. Y. . . 1404 

Chilcott. Eliza L., Osborn, Kan 912 

Christ, A. M. F., Nazareth, Pa 128 

C'hrist, Francis C, Nazareth, Pa 444 

Clapp, Birtie L., Hartsville. Ind 1531 

Clark, Catherine, Olney, 111 344 

Clark, Margaret 044 

Clark, Mary R.. Taylorsville, Ind.... 344 

Clauss. Elizabeth, North Carolina ... 12 

Clavell, Louisa, Millgrove, Pa 1 

Clavelt. Edwin J. G., Ailentown, Pa.. 870 

Clavelt. John J., Ailentown, Pa 1474 

Clavelt. .Toseph W.. Allento^Vn. Pa. .. 300 

Cl;ivelL Joseph W.. Ailentown. Pa. .. 878 ■ 

Ciawell. Daniel J.. Ocean City. N. J.. 779 

Clnwell. Jaines D.. Telford, Pa 254 



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Location. No. Name. 

Wm. H., Philadelphia. Pa... 780 Clawell. 

Aaron F., Alleutown. Pa. . . . 1112 Clawell, 

Aaron N., Bethlehem, Pa... 147 Clawell. 

Abraham 3 Clewell. 

Abraham. Philadelphia. Pa... 20 Clewell. 

Abraham H., Poplar. 371 Clewell, 

Addie L.. Bethlehem. Pa 284 Clewell. 

Albert A.. Easton. Pa 258 Olewell, 

Albert B., Kirklin, Iiul 5RP> Olewell, 

Alliert E., Northampton. Pa.. 424 Olewell, 

Albert F. v^., Canal Dover, U. 163n Cleweii, 

Albert W.. Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 545 Clewell. 

Alexander. Onadenhntten. O. 70 Olewell. 

Alex. D.. Belle Plaine. Kan.. 281 Clewell. 

Alice R.. Nazareth. Pa 1431 Clewell. 

Amanda F.. Edenville. Pa. . . 29 Clewell. 

Amos B.. Berwick. Pa 581 Olewell. 

Andrew B 974 (Mewell. 

Andrew F.. Nazareth. Pa... 138 Clewell, 

Andrew. Bethlehem, Pa 712 Clewell, 

Anna fi Olewell, 

Anna. Freemansbnrtr. Pa... 3f5 Olewell. 

Arthnr O.. Waverlv. Ta 732 Olewell. 

Artier D.. Milton. Pa fi19 Clewell. 

A. Sidney. So. Bethlehem. Pa. 223 Olewell. 

AuiTustns. New York 5(5 Olewell. 

Aii.snstns A.. Baltimore. I\Id. 334 Olewell, 

Ansnistns B 573 Olewell. 

Anenst H.. Sehoeneck. Pa... fi4 Olewell. 

Beniamin F.. Weatherly. Pa. 591 Olewell. 

Beniamin 1401 Clewell. 

Beniamin F.. Weatherly. Pa. ••71 Clewell. 

B. Frank.. Oranffeville. Pa... 577 Olewell. 
Carl F 14 Olewell. 

C. ^r. A.. Allentown. Pa 2-tn Olewell. 

Caroline. Onadenhntten. O... 7n Olewell, 

CniTie A.. Bethlehem, Pa. .. 227 Olewell. 

Catherine. Allentown. Pa. . . 400 Olewell. 

0. Elizabeth. Athens. 98 Clewell. 

Ohas. A.. .Tunction Citv. Kan. 414 Olewell, 

Charles E.. Allentown. Pa... 302 Clewell, 

Charles F.. Glenn. 859 Olewell. 

Charles H.. Philadelphia. Pa. 05 Clewell. 

Chas. H.. New Castle. Del... 417 Clewell, 

Chas. H.. Waverlv. la 731 Olewell, 

Charles :\r.. Snnbnry. Pr..... 001 Clewell. 

Chas. R.. Bethlehem. Pa 220 Clewell. 

Charles T., Canton. O. ^ 1041 Clewell. 

Chas. W.. Bethlehem. Pa. .. 720 Ohnvell. 

Chas. W.. Nazareth. Pa 993 Olewell. 

Chas. W.. Canton. 995 Clewell. 

Chas. W.. Beach Haven. Pa. 1170 Clewell. 

Chas. W., Weatherly, Pa. . . 1185 Clewell. 

Christian. Nisky. Pa 19 Olewell. 

Christian. Schoenersville. Pa. 40 Olewell. 

Christian. Ohio 77 Olewell, 

Christian. Oatawissa. Pa 599 Clewell, 

Christina, Bethlehem, Pa.... 17 Olewell. 

Christ. D., Philadelphia, Pa.. 03 Clewell, 



Location. No. 

John F., Philadelphia, Pa. . . 253 

John F., Philadelphia. Pa. . . 77S 

John G., Philadelphia. Pa... 1367 

Christina, Nazareth, Pa 2 

C. Renatns. Phila.. Pa 94 

Olar. II., Philadelphia. Pa... 251 

Olemence, Belfast, Pa 492 

Coris F.. Bethlehem. Pa. ... 722 

Cui-tis, Bethlehem, Pa 749 

Daniel A.. Washington, D. C. 378 

Daniel, Sehoeneck, Pa. ... 14 

Daniel, Oatawissa, Pa 42 

Daniel, Bethlehem, Pa 624 

David, New York 56 

David, Gnadenhntten, O. . . . 76 

Delorma, Ravenna, 391 

Dianna 248 

Edward, Nazareth, Pa 91 

Edward F., Philadelphia. Pa. 779 

Edward. Schoenersvilie. Pa.. 158 

Edwartl A., Nazareth. Pa. . . 309 

Ed. E.. Pleasant City, O. . . . 800 

Edwin F.. Sehoeneck. Pa. . . 272 

Edwin H.. Stockertown. Pa.. 490 

Edwin H.. Weatherly. Pa. . . 592 

Edwin L.. Allentown. Pa. . . 301 

Edwin 1457 

Edffar B.. Reading:. Pa 591 

.Ed. Sylvester. Bethlehem, Pa. 571 

Eliza. Philadelphia. Pa 02 

Emanuel. Allentown. Pa. . . 104 

Ernest ^L. Berwick. Pa. . . . 1175 

E-sther M.. Napoleon, Pa 314 

Eugene A.. Allentown. Pa. . . 260 

Eugene A.. Nazareth. Pa. . . 416 

Eugene A.. Stockertown. Fa. 1098 

Eugene A.. Allentown. Pa. . . 1596 

Eugene F., North Carolina.. 84 

Eu.eene H., Bethlehem, Pa.. 147 

Eugene, Verdi, Kan 410 

Fanny 1602 

Franz. Millgrove, Pa 2 

Francis J.. :Millgrove. Pa. . . 8 

Francis D., Allentown. Pa. . . 259 

Francis T.. Belle Fonte. Pa.. 132 

Francis. Sehoeneck, Pa 17 

F. C. Winston Salem, N. C. . 84 

Frances E.. Waverly, la 230 

Frank G.. Canal Dover, O. . . 1012 

F. H. C. Kansas Citv. Kan.. 982 

Frank. A.. Sunny Side. Oal.. . 372 

Franklin P.. Reading, Pa. . . 508 

Fred., Allenitown, Pa 120 

Frederick G.. Bethlehem. Pa. 58 

F. Thomas. Sehoeneck. Pa. . . 30 

George C. Moorestown, Pa.. 3 

George F., South Park. O. . . 1559 

George L.. Plymouth, Pa. . . 1151 

George P.. Belle Plains, Kan. 843 



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Name. Location. No. 

Clewell, George AV.. IMilton Pa 179 

Clewe]], George W.. Heading. Pa.... 27(i 

Clewell. (Jeorge. Selioeiieek. I'a ir. 

CleAvell. George. Betlileliem, Pa 41 

Clewell, George. Cunningham. Pa. . . 185 

Clewell. George. Wilkes-Rarre. Pa... 583 

Clewell. George 748 

Clewell. George 1621 

Clewell. Harriet ' ' i(503 

Clewell. Harry E.. Rhyolit. Nev....! Ill 

Clewell. Harry E.. Phiiadelphia. Pa.. OCU 

Clewell. Harry E.. Belle Plaine. Kan. 281 

Clewell. Harry J.. Baltimore, Md. ... ll(w{ 

Clewell, Harry J., Berwick, Pa . . 76 

Clewell. Harry :m.. Cleveland. 6. . . . 7^ 

Clewell, Harvey M 1121 

Clewell. Helena ' ' g^ 

Clewell. Henrietta. INIiehigan 1611 

Clewell. Henry C. Nazareth, Pa 114 

Clewell, Heni'y G., Sohoeneck. Pa. . . 93 

Clewell. Henry .7.. Berwick, Pa 167 

Clewell. Henry L.. Pleasant City. O. 291 

Clewell. Henry S., Sterling, Kan. . . . 139 

Clewell. Henry, Ohio 79 

Clewell, Ida. Philadelphia. Pa 116 

Clewell, Isaiah B., Bei'wiek, Pa 582 

Clewell, Israel, Abeline, Kan 315 

Clewell, Jacob L., Nazareth, Pa 28 

Clewell, Jacob L 113 

Clewell, Jacob E., Philadelphia, Pa... 116 

Clew<ill. Jacob E.. Waverly. la 728 

Clewell. Jacob. Bethlehem, Pa 11 

Clewell, Jacob, Catawissa, Pa 174 

Clewell, Jacob, Catawissa, Pa 42 

Clewell, Jacob, Fiatt. Ill 629 

Clewell, Jacob, Hellertown. Pa 1638 

Clewell. James A.. Easton. Pa 491 

Clewell, James B., Philadelphia. Pa.. 65 

Clewell. James D.. Telfoixl. Pa 254 

Clewell, Jas. H., Burnett Creek. Ind. 566 

Clewell, Jas. J., INIillersbnrg, 31.3 

Clewell, Jame.s L.. Waverly. la 230 

Clewell, James W.. Allentown. Pa. . . 160 

Clewell, Jay R., Napoleon^ 314 

Clewell, Jehu, 292 

Clewell. Jei-emiah. Eogansport. Ind... 60'> 

Clewell. J. (Mu-istian. Bethlehem. Pa.. 55 

Clewell, J. Enielia, Nazareth, Pa. . . . 125 

Clewell, J. Hanry, Alliens, 107 

Clewell, J. Jesse, Philadelphia, Pa. . . 62 

Ciewell, J. Lewis. Schoeneck, Pa. ... 70 

Clewell, J. Philip, Schoeneck, Pa. . . 70 

Clewell, J. Reuben, Millgrove, Pa. . . 13() 

Clewell, J. Siamuel. Millgrove, Pa. . . 34 

Clewell. Jobn, Nazareth, Pa 6 

Clewell, John, Bethlehem, Pa 13 

Clewell. John. Schoeneck. Pa 25 

(Hewell. John, Cunningham, Pa 44 

Clewell. .rohii, Emnus, Pa 73 



Name. Location. No. 

Olewell, John 634 

Clewell, John, Reading. Pa. ........ 1238 

Clewell, J. D., A\'inston Salem, N. C. 84 

Clewell, John F., Allentown, Pa G2S 

Clewell, John F., Philadelphia, Pa . . 778 

Clew^ell. J(din (J.. Philadelphia. Pa. .. 1367 

Clewell. John G.. Schoeneck. Pa 39 

Clewell. J. H.. Winston-Salem. N. C 33'i 

Clewell. John J., Nazareth. Pa 377 

Clewell. John J 1474 

Clewell. John M.. Allentown, Pa. . . . 1190 

Clewell. .bdm F 625 

Clewell. Jobn T.. Belie Plaine. Kan.. 281 

Clewell. .b^seph. Emaus, Pa 75 

Cle^vell. Joseiiih. Cleveland, 27 

Clewell. Joseph, Catawissa. Pa 42 

Clewell, Joseph, Emaus, Pa 75 

Clewell. Joseph 184 

Clewell. Joseph F., Kansas '. 413 

Olewell. Joseph E.^ ^lacungie. Pa. . . 257 

Clewell, Joseph E.. Tatamy. Pa 494 

Olewell. Joseph R.. Philadelphia, Pa.. 366 

Cleweu. .Tosiah. Ashley, Pa 625 

Clewell. Juliannn, Nazareth. Pa 2 

Clewell. Julius r>.. Delphos, la 1613 

Clewell. Laura A.. :\ronroe. Mich 375 

Clewell. Lawi'i'uce A.. Canton. 379 

Clewell, Lawrence E. Berwick, Pa. . . 1176 

Clewell. Eeander. Reading, Pa 1142 

Clewell, Eervy, Nantic-oke, Pa. . 1172 

Olewell, Lewis B., Bethlehem, Pa. . . 140 

Clewell. Lewis E., 109 

Clewell, Lewis P., So. Bethlehem, Pa. 284 

Clewell, Lewis S., Benton Pa 578 

Clewell. Eucinda, Nazareth, Pa 28 

Clewell, Marcus A., Coopersburg, Pa. 1145 

Olewell. Maria C. Bethlehem, Pa. . . 14 

Clewell, Maria M., Eiti+z. Pa 2 

Clewell. Maria R.. Philadelphia, Pa.. 116 

Olewell, jNIaria S 19 

Clewell, Mary C. Philadelphia. Pa'.!.' 108 

Olewell. Mary E.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 284 

Clewell. Mary >L. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 147 

Olewell. Martin II.. Allentown. Pa... 544 

Olewell. Matilda. Chambersburg. la.. 29 

Olewell, M. Asher. Catasampia. Pa... 1236 

Clewell. Milton F.. Weatnerly, Pa... 118:^ 

Olewell. Monroe L.. Easton. Pa 479 

Ciewell, Morris G.. Bethlehem. Pa. .. 721 

Olewell. ]\roses 365 

Clewell. Nathaniel, Millgrove, Pa. . . 2 

Olewell. Nathaniel. Schoeneck. Pa. . . 9 

Clewell. Oliver A., Bethlehem, Pa. . . 590 

Olewell. Olivei- E., Berwick. Pa 57t) 

Olewell. Oliver E., Philadelphia, Pa.. 94 

Olewell. Oliver S.. Bangor. Pa 493 

Olewell. Owen i\.. Bethlehem. Pa 709 

Olewell. Owen C. Bath. Pa 224 

Clewell, Owen J., Gnadenhutten, O. . . 303 



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Name. Location. No. 

Clewell, Peter, Gunningham, Pa 1601 

Clewell, Keubeu 1622 

Clewell, R. H., Burnett's Creek. Ind.. 1(!3 

Clewell, Reuben W., Bethlehem, Pa.. 237 

Clewell, Richard E 570 

Cle^vell. Richard L., Schoeneck, Pa... 2.') 

Clewell, Robert A.. Schoeneck. Pa... 14S 

Clewell. Robert A.. Schoenersville. Pa. I.jOO 

Clewell. Robert E., Ho])e. Pa 840 

Clewell. Robert F., Northampton, Pa. 423 

Clewell, Robert S.. Roelof's Pa 1140 

Clewell, Robert S.. Bethlehem, Pa. . . ]r)70 

Clewell, Robert W., Dulmque, la 233 

Clewell, Robert W.. BethLehem. Pa,.. 1224 

Clewell, Robt. W.. Schoenersville, Pa. 1235 

CleAvell, Rosina. Nazareth, Pa 2 

Clewell, Rosina. Nazareth, Pa 

Clewell. Saloma. Nazareth. Pa 2 

Clewell, Saloma M.. Nazai-eth, Pa. . . 3 

Clewell. Samuel B., Bethieliem, Pa. . . 171 

(Mewell. Samuel C, Rittersville. Pa. .. 1234 

Clewell, Samuel G.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 503 

Clewell. Samuel J.. Belle Fonte, Pa... 132 

<"lewell. Samuel 186 

Clewell. Sarah. Nazareth. Pa 6 

Clewell, S. Chas. F.. Allentown. Pa... 783 

Clewell. Sidney A.. Philadelohia. i-'a. 108 

Clewell. Steohen A., Stillwater. Minn. 300 

Clewell. Svl. A.. Kreidersville, Pa.... 117 

Clewell. Theodore. Nazareth. Pa 1230 

Clewell, Theo. W., So. Bethlehem. Pa. 711 

Clewell, Theodore W.. Berwick, Pa... 1167 

Clewell. Theo. G.. South Park, 280 

Olewell, Thomas B., Allentown, Pa. . . 522 

Clewell. Thomas D., Bethlehem, Pa... 427 

ripwell. Thomas F.. AtnioTove. Pa..-. 136 

Clewell. Thomas T., Easton. Pa 121 

Clewell. Thomas. Nazareth. Pa 20 

Clewell. Tila-hman C. Napoleon, O... 314 

Clewell, Tilffhman H., Nazareth, Pa.. 478 

Clewell. T. H. Montana 305 

Cleweil, F. Oliver. Schoeneck. Pa. . . . 110 

Clewell, Walter C, Bethlehem. Pa... 227 

Clewell. Walter D., Maumes, () 988 

Clewell. Walter S.. Nazareth. Pa. . . . 1143 

Cle^-ell. Wilhelm A.. New York 67 

Clewell. William. Bethlehem. Pa 165 

Clewell. William, Lehighton. Pa 1220 

Clewell. William 1623 

Clewell, William C, Maumee, 375 

Cle^\iell. Willia^m E.. Chicaffo. 111. ... 84 

CleAvell. William F.. T.oston. INIass . . 455 

Clewell. W'llinm H., Schoeneck. Pa.. 60 

Clewell. Wm. H.. Rittersville. Pa 120 

Clewell. Wm. IT.. Philadelphia. Pa... 25i 

Clewell. Wm. H., Allentown. Pa 301 

Clewell. Wm. H.. Summit Hill. Pa. . . 421 

Clewell, William H.. Berwick. Pa. . . 1160 

Clewell. William H.. Pottsgrove, Pa.. . 618 



Name. Location. No. 

Clewell, Wm. H., Bethlehem, Pa 747 

Clewell, Wm. M., Dubuque, la 741 

Clewell, Wm. J.. Reading, Pa 880 

Clewell. Wm. H., Hartley Hall, Pa... 1200 
Clewell, William H.. Berwick, Pa. . . 1160 
Clewell. Wm. H., Breokenniage, Okla. 844 

Clewell, Wilson S., Allentown, Pa 544 

Clouse. Arne W.. Geneva, Pa 662 

('lift. Catherine. Philadelphia, Pa 250 

Clifford, Rav. A.. Wadsworth, 1390 

Clifford, Oliver C„ Wadsworth, O. . . 1398 

Clifford. Olevia, Wadsworth, 884 

Click. Dora M., Hope, Ind 1260 

Cle^ster, Carrie, Belle Plaine, Kan. . . 845 

Clemme. Laura. Souderton, Pa 1679 

Coghill, Gertrude E.. Canton, 1425 

Coghill, Frank U., Pittsburg, Pa 1427 

Clowes. Emma L 261 

Coghill, Caroline, Pittsburg, Pa 921 

Clouse, Thomas, 48 

Clouse, William 1608 

Clouse, Samuel 52 

Clouse, Philip 646 

Clouse, Lewis 19.S 

Clouse, Joseph, North Oarolina 645 

Clouse. Joseph, Hope, Ind 51 

Clouse, John 202 

•Clouse. John 198 

Clouse. John, Hope. Ind 48 

Clouse, James O.. Hope. Ind 661 

Clouse, Jacob 198 

Clouse, Grace, Chicago, 111 202 

Clouse, Bertha A., Hope. Ind 202 

Coghill, Harry M„ Pittstourg, Pa 1426 

Coiver, Wm. R., Nazareth, Pa 268 

Colver. Mary E 1573 

Coiver. Ellen, Nazareth. Pa 268 

Colver. Edward. Nazareth, Pa 809 

Coiver, Charles G., Nazareth, Pa. ... 1541 

Colver. Albert J.. Nazareth. Pa 810 

Collins. Eistella. Williamisfleld, 111 1468 

Coghill. Richard L.. Pittsburg. Pa. . . 921 
Cook. Sarah A., Philadelphia, Pa. . . 262 

Cook, Marv A., Ottawa. Kan 1118 

Cook, Clmrles C, Philadelphia. Pa. . . 262 

Cook. Adelia. Clemmons. N. C 1251 

Constancer. Katie. Fricks. Pa 1682 

Conner. Mary E.. Bloomsburg. Pa.... 1192 

Ponfor, Vera ^NL. Hambur,f^. Pa 1574 

Coolev. Clara. Nazareth. Pa 1049 

Cooiier, Charles W. Raleigh, N. C. ... 1252 
Cooiier, Sarah C. Clemmons, N. C. .. 639 
Cooper. Thomas R.. Raleigh. N. C. . . 1253 

Coojier. Wm. A.. Raleigh. N. C 1254 

Coi-nelius. Carrie 1488 

Cortriirht. Frances B.. Berwick. Pa... 1161 
Corv. Carrie U., Seneca Falls. N. Y... 1.342 
Ci-awford. ^Nlary A.. Light Street. Pa. 595 
Oreson, Malvina L., Bloomfield, Mo... 9.33 



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GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

Crist, Caroline, Winston-Salem, N. C. 249 

Crist. Clarence. Winston-Salem. N. C. 775 

Crist. Elenora, Winston-Salem, N. C. 775 

Crist, Maria L.. North Carolina 249 

Crist. Wm. C Winston-Salem. N. C. 776 

Crltes. Hannah, Sunbnry. Pa t>04 

Cronmiller, Sarah E.. Easton. Pa. ... H2T 

Cronmiller, Selonia R., Easton, Pa. . . 274 

Crook. Mary. Hampton. la 1035 

Grouse. Caroline. Rossville. Ind Ifil 

Grouse. Georpe. Owaseo, Ind 555 

Grouse. Harry C l-i30 

Grouse. James R.. Ro.ssville. Ind 557 

Grouse. John C.. Rossville. Ind 554 

Grouse. Oliver, Pasadena, Gal 551 

Grout. Ruth A.. Chicago, 111 988 

Crauthamel. Charles, Hatboro, Pa. . . 150V. 

Crauthamel. Ephraim, Perkasie. Pa.. 1504 

Crauthamel. E., South Hatfield. Pa... 1505 

Crauthamel. J., South Hatfield. Pa. . . 1510 

Crauthamel. Joseph. I>ansdale. Pa... 1502 

Crauthamel. M.. South Hatfield. Pa.. 701 

Crauthamel. WalUnr-e. New Hope. Pa. ir.OS 

Crauthamel, Willard. Wycombe. Pa... 1509 

Cuff. Ellen A.. Mountain View. N. J. 13ol 



Dailv. Fred. L., Brooklyn. N. Y 426 

Dailv. Henrietta W.. Bethlehem. Pa. 119 
Dailv, Morris G.. Philr.delphia, Pa... 425 

Dalzell, Laura M 784 

Daniel, Rhoda C. ivexinsrton, N. C. . . 1240 

Danke. Alfred, Schoeneck. Pa 127 

Danke, Anna M., Nazareth, Pa 7 

Danke. Francis C. Nazareth. Pa 31 

Danke. John F.. Nazareth, Pa 30 

Darrell. Grace M., Chicago, 111 15fiO 

Darward. Clarence. Allengheny. Pa.. 1423 

Darward. Edwin. Canton. 16^ 

Darward. Louisa. Canton. 919 

Davie. Lucinda E.. Berwick. Pa 115S 

Davis. Catherine C 648 

Davis, Elizabeth 199 

Davis. John. Shell City, Mo 707 

Davis, Julianna 222 

Davis, Lewis S., Hope, Ind 650 

Davis, Rebecca. Clemmons, N. G 1635 

Davis. Samuel D 70S 

Dearen. Catharine, Olney, 111 344 

Dech. Edith V.., Myerstown, Pa 1454 

Dechant, Lucy E., Juniatta, Pa 833 

Decker, Frank, Bloomsburp, Pa 1211 

Decker, Sarah, Bloomsbur^. Pa 611 

Decker, Wm. R., Bloomsburg. Pa. . . 1210 
Deibert, Mary A., Northampton, Pa.. 1557 

Demuth, Alice J., Catiisauqua, Pa 1122 

Derr, Emma, Locust \ alley 1147 



Name. Location. No. 

Derringer, Johanna L., 72 

Desh, Antoinette C, Bethlehem, Pa.. 235 

Desh, Ambrose, Bethlehem, Pa 235 

Desh, Harrison, Bethlehem, Pa 235 

Desh, Orlando B., Bethlehem, Pa... 744 

Desh. Wm. I)., Bethlehem, Pa 745 

DeVore, Elmira, Zaleski, 870 

Dieter. Sarah C 12.32 

Deitrich, Mamie A.. WilKes-Barre, Pa. 1446 

Dilliard Annie. Siegfried. Pa 1216 

Dillman, Catherine. Olney, 111 344 

Dillman. Samuel, Olney, 111 344 

Dissler, Seraphina 287 

Dobbins, Clara, Swan Creek, N. C. ... 1248 

Donaldson. Catherine, Lamoin, la.. . 1462 

Dorsch, Matilda. Bridgeport, Conn. . . 962 

Doss. Austin D.. Zaleski, 868 

Doss. George W 866 

Doss. .Mary A 293 

Doster. Edgar L., Philadelphia, Pa. . . 1280 

Dos.ter. Emma L.. Philadelphia, Pa... 676 

Doster. Robt. O.. Philadelpihia. Pa... 1290 

Doty. Katie. Valparaiso. Ind 893 

Douglass. Julia A.. Allentown, Pa. . . 905 

Dowse. Florence 1564 

Dreisbach. Harry. Philadelphia, Pa... 1227 

Dreisbach. Sollnda 627 

Duffeld. Pauline G.. Philadelphia, Pa. 1522 

Dwire. Julia E.. Boston. Mass 1150 

Dyer. Kate, Indianapolis, Ind 1529 



E 



Earich. Alvin R.. Tifl!in. 1341 

Earick. Ellen A.. Bloomville, 717 

Earick, Harry A.. Tiffin. 1340 

Eastman. LizRie R.. Jersey City. N. J. 1324 

Ebbecke. Anna C, Nisky. Pa 18 

Ebbecke, Charles, Nisky, Pa 89 

Ebbecke. Christian L., Nisfey. Pa. ... 89 

Ebbecke, Henry S.. Nisky. Pa 356 

Ebbecke. John F.. Allentown, Pa. ... 954 
Eckensberger. .-Luna J.. Nazareth. Pa. 26 
Eekensberger. Maria. Nazareth. Pa. . . 32 

Ecker. Ella. Danielsville. Pa 1237 

Eckrote. George. Wilkes-Barre. Pa... 122.^ 
Eckrote. Lorenzo. AA'ilkes-Barre, Pa.. 122u 

Eckrote. Mary 'i26 

Edwards, Carnelia, Berwick, Pa 580 

Edwards, George S., Berwick, Pa. . . 1174 
EdAvards, Henry J., Berwick, Pa. . . . 1173 

J:,gbert, Anna A., 1329 

Eigelborger. Stella I^. Bethleheim, Pa. 133y 
Ki<ciilianl. Harvey. Allentown. Pa. . . 1478 
?:isenhar(l. Mary. Allentown, Pa. . . . 147.' 
Ellenwood. S. Maria. Concordia. Kan. 1(>64 

Elliott, Dora D., Paintersville, 1409 

Ellis, Carrie S., Winston-Salem. N. C. 1514 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



377 



Name. Location. No. 

Ellis, Lillian V., Catawissa. Pa 1212 

Ellis, Martha, 1633 

Else. Susan, ^trontonrsvillo. Pa 5911 

Engleman, Elizabeth. Allentown, Pa. 322 

Kiifflenian, iNIary, Allentown, Pa 322 

Einlel, jNIartha K.. Kossville, Inrl 550 

Erney, Lizzie, Hatfield, Pa 1681 

Essex, I.reitha M., Hope. Ind 1261 

Ewers, ^'ellie G., Dayton, Teun 1283 

F 

Farns worth, Cornelia 789 

t'latzingev, Emma S., Catasauqwa, Pa. 1578 

Faulkner. Lydia A., Xenia, 857 

Flaw, Alpha S.. Eltopia. AYash 1655 

Faw, Charles P.. Roanoke. Va 1654 

Faw, H. A., Wlnston-Salem, N. C. . . 1658 

Fnv.^. Jacob W.. Caldwell, Idalio 1657 

Few. Rebecca, Winston-Salem, N. C. 685 

Fehnel. Minnie A.. Sie,2:fried, Pa 1448 

I'ehr, Albert B., So. Bethlehem, Pa... 319 

Fehr. Andrew L., Nazareth, Pa 469 

Fehr. Anna M.. HecktoWn. Pa 8ft 

Feihr. Anson C. So. Bethlehem. Pa... 899 
F^hr. C-Troliiie. Bnshkill Centre, Pa.. 134 

Fehr. Clinton H.. Cleveland. 1103 

Fehr. Cornelia 430 

Fehr, C. Wm.. Heck'town. Pa 80 

Fehr. Fdwin H.. Arountains-TOve, AFo. 44,fi 

Fehr. Elmer R.. ■Nr'a7:aTeth. Pa 4.53 

Fe.hr. Fnhra"m C Lorain. 1558 

Fehr. Firancis C. Nazareth. Pa 465 

Fehr. Franklin R.. Emaus. Pa 466 

Fehr. Fredericke, MJllcrove, Pa 181 

Fehr. Farvev .L. Nazareth. Pa 1081 

Fehr. Henrv. T^ethlehem. Pa 317 

Fehr, LlenrT P.. Be+hlehem. Pa 508 

Fehr. Herben W., Bethlehem, Pa. .. 1110 

Fehr. Trwiu .T.. Nazareth. Pa 1084 

Fehr, Isiaac S., Aliita, Pa 473 

Fiehr, Israel R., Wads worth, 464 

PVhr, James H.. Nazareth. Pa 462 

Feh)r, Jerome S., Nazareth. Pa 1091 

Fehr, J. .Tosei>h, HecktoAvn, Pa 318 

Fehr. .John A., So. Bethleihem, Pa 319 

Fehr, Josiah S.. Tatamy, Pa 463 

Fehr, Julianna P., Mill,2:roTe, Pa 185 

Fehr, T>illie J.. Emaus. Pa 1072 

Fehr, T^ovine A.. Bath. Pa 509 

F<?'hir, Lovine J., P.nshkill Centre, Pa... 476 

Fehr, Alaria I^., Alillgn'ove, Pa 143 

Fehr, Maria, Nazareth, Pa 541 

Fenr, Milton G., Nazareth, Pa 1082 

Fehr, Oliver Ix, Baston, Pa 507 

Felir, Oscar O., Nazareth, Pa 1067 

Fehr, Robert L., Nazareth, Pii 1068 

Fehr, Sabina M., Nazareth, Pa 514 

Fehr, Thomas J., Aluta, Pa 449 



Name. Location. No. 

Fehr, Til,£rhman, Nazareth. Pa 472 

Fehr, Wm. H., Pittsburg-. Pa 898 

Fehr, Wilson LL. Nazareth. Pa 1108 

Fell, Eliza C. Seneca, X. Y 229 

Fell, George B., Syracuse, N. Y 727 

Fenisterniiaker, Clara, Berwick, Pa. . . 1194 

Ferrier. Harriet M.. Bolivar, Mo 563 

Field, Emily J.. Weatherly, Pa 1184 

Fieldins-. Alartha, Kanawiha, la 1036 

Fincher. Lovina 178 

Firey. Atary. Roanoke, Ya 1180 

Fehr. Florence K.. Roanoke, Ya 1459 

Fleming, Laura. Indianapoliis, Ind. . . 939 

Flora. INIinnie B 1243 

Foffel. Fianna, Siegfried, Pa 622 

Fogeh Frank G.. Heclvitown. Pa 1337 

Fogel. ATarla. HecMown. Pa. 715 

Fox, Anna AL. Catawissa, Pa 1209 

Fradeneck, Emma. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 694 
Franken field. Rebecca. Bethlehem, Pa. 703 

Frabel, Liz/jie A., Pen Argyl. Pa 1088 

Frease. Ben.1. S.. Napoleon, 31- 

Frease, Edwin S.. Okolona, 81- 

Frease, George. Okolona, O j^l- 

Frease, Henrietta L., Okolona, O 312 

Frease, Josephine, Okolona, 31- 

Fredericks, Annie 1^^- 

Frederick. Aurora, Scranton, Pa ^o& 

Free, Miinnie, Philadelphia, Pa 1014 

Freed, Carrie B., Trenton, N. J 999 

Freeman, Harriet "^'^ 

Frev, Elizabeth. C, Franklinrille, Pa. 387 

Frev, Alalinda, Seemsville, Pa 894 

Friebelv. Anna E., Nazareth, Pa 141 

Priebelv, Annie R., Nazareth, Pa. ... 141 

Friebely, Wm. H., Nazaretn, Pa 501 

Fry, Clara M.. Bethlehem, Pa H^^^ 

Frver, Lovereen, Reading, Pa 879 

Fulkeson. Christina, Schoeneck, Pa. . ^38 
Fulkerson, George AL, Ottawa, Kan. . . oo3 
Fulkerson, J., Winston-Salem, N. C... 15- 
Fulkersou, Jacob, Willi amsfield, 111... i^i34 

Fulkerson, Wm. F Vi^vw"" 1305 

Fult<m. Alarion. SoniersAVorth, >. H. . 16(n 
Furgeson, M. A., lieasant City, O... 8b4 

G 

(;ambold. Ed. H., Springfield, 671 

Ganiibold, Fred. G., Little Rock, Ark. 20( 

(Jambold, Irwin C, Jonesboro, Ark.. 668 

Gamibold, John, Indiana 209 

Gambold, Joseph, Suer Center, Minn. 206 

Gambold, Julius A., Indianapolis, Ind. 1496 

Gambold, Philip, Yeedensburg, Ind... 20 1 

Gamibold, Philippine, North Carolina. 58 

Gamibold, Sophia ^^ 

Gamibold, Thomas E 208 

Gardiner, Anna E.. Bethlehem, Pa... 586 



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GENEALOGICAL [NDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

GarJ.s, l(l:i SI.. Knston. Pa 1047 

Gei.iiei-. Sarah P., Lincoln. NH) 143!) 

George, Ella J., Easton. Pa OfiO 

George, Harry F.. Hecktown, l»a. . . . 1078 

(ieorge. Malinda, Heektowji, Pa 4(58 

George, Margaret. Philadelphia. Pa... 777 

George, Wm. H., Philartelphia, Pa. . . 1364 

George, Wni. L.. Hecktown, Pa 1077 

Getter. Esther, Bath, Pa (121 

Giebler, May, Gloucester, N. .T 1390 

Giering. Caroline S.. Bethlehem. Pa... 330 

Gierseh. Albert C. Nazareth. Pa 2m 

Giersch. Elenora. Filetown. Pa RG 

Gittinger. Rebecca. AllentoAvn. Pa... 020 

Glenn. Gertrude, Fort Dodge. Pa 1038 

Glo.sser. INIatilda, Canton, 1424 

Gold, Adalaide E., Millgrove, Pa. ... 203 

Gold, Eugene, Nazareth, Pa 790 

Golden. Florence M.. Akron, 1381 

Gould. David A., Syracuse, N. Y. . . . 1340 

Gould. Siisan A., Seneca Falls. N. Y. 737 

Grandhomma. A. C. l'hiladel])hia. Pa. 420 

Graver. Agnes H.. Allentown. Pa. . . . 1140 

Griffin. Theresa, Baltimore. :\Id 977 

Griffith, Caroline 362 

Grilnth, Clara M., xaontonrsville, Pa. 608 

Griffith, Jennie O.. Wilmington, Del.. 992 

Griffith. Laura. Thomasville, N. C. . . 1010 

Grim, Mabel A.. Nazareth, Pa 1546 

Grolle, May. PhiladelpMa, Pa 1643 

Grove, Cora B., Berwick. Pa 1447 

Gmell, Mahala, Hope, Ind 651 



Haas, Josephine, Allentown, Pa. .'. . 
Haberstumpf. Edwin N.. Emaus, Pa. 
Haberstumpf, Ellen, P^maus, Pa. . . . 
Hal>erstumpf, Han-y G.. Emaus. Pa. 
iiaberstuni])f. Julius, Macungie, Pa.. 

Hagenl)uch. Anna S 

Hann, Andrew O., Stockertown, Pa.. 

Hahn, Eliza C. Nazareth, Pa 

Hahn, Franklin J.. Cherryville, Pa.. 

Hahn. Henry E.. Nazaretli. Pa 

Hahn. Thomas .V.. Belfast. Pa 

Haines. El'zal>eth 

Hall. Emma IT.. Brooklin. Pv. Y. ... 

Hall, H(Hen A., Minoa, .,. Y 

Ilaniiman. E. E.. Washington. D. C. 
Hamman, Adeline, Plainfield. N. J.. 

Ham.Mii. Anna M 

Haniillon. (".. Berthelsdorf. Germany 
Hancs. Aug.. Winston-Salem, N. v.;.. 

Hane'^. Maria C 

Haidxey. Cari-ie. Bethlehem. T'a. ... 

Hai)])(>l. >rarv S.. Tatamv. Pa 

TL-ipi.i-l. Wm. .\.. Tatamy. Pa 

ILmvixt. Lillic, CatasaiKiua, Pa. . .. 



1418 

470 

470 

1577 

lOSt) 

1544 

928 

339 

1543 

925 

1432 

194 

968 

1347 

374 

1307 

61 

907 

1523 

1519 

768 

946 

IIMC 

1477 



Name. Location. No. 

Harpster. Clara, Sunbury, Pa 603 

Harris, Mary A., I'hdadelphia, Pa. . . 380 

Hart. Llllie J. CleuDmons, N. C 1517 

Hartman, Adalaide, Barnium, W. Va.. 370 

Hartman, Emma S., Mooi-estown, Pa. 1563 

Hartman. Wm.. Bethlehemi, Pa 978 

Harwi. Alfred J.. Atchison. Kan. ... 761 

Harwi, Kilwin ('.. Atchison. Kan. . . 762 

Harwi, Lucrctia. Atchison, Kan 242 

Harwi. \Yils()n H.. Atchison, Kan. . . . 763 

Llasten. G.. Wanston-Salem, N. C 587 

Hausman, Ellen S., Allentown. fa. . . 714 

Hawkins. Mnvy A.. Ithaca. N. Y. . . 10.5.3 

Hay. Augusta B.. Eiaston, Pa 428 

Llazelton. Flora H 1540 

Heberlin, Cornelia, Portland. Ore. . . . 913 

Heckedorn, Catharine, Lebanon. Pa.. 5 

Heckedorn. C, Wlnston-Saleni. N. C. 5 

Hedderich. AlVe C. Mulberry, Ind.. .. 1128 

Hedgecock, Philippine 201 

Hedgecock, Salome 200 

Heffelflnger, Olga I lo77 

Heinline, Matilda, Nazareth. Pa 474 

Hoiser. Bethlehem. Pa 1123 

H(Miderson. Matilda. Scranton. Pa. . . . 400 

Henderson. Wm. C.. Scranton. Pa. . . . 1016 

Herbst, Ferdinanrl 831 

Herbst. Harriet. Easton. Pa 275 

Herman, Annie C, Bethlehem, Pa.. 1139 

Herman, Ella :\L, Easton, Pa 1415 

Herstein, Fayette. Betlilehem, Pa. . . . 1136 

Hess. Clark F.. Fermvood. Pa 826 

Hess, Edwin C. Camden, N. J 822 

Hess. Emma A.. Flletown. Pa 273 

Hess. E. Treas.. Wilkes-Barre. Pa... 1389 

HesK. HariT E.. Wilkes-Barre. Pa... 1688 

Hess. .Tames L., Wilkes-Baire, Pa. ... 821 

Hess. Silas D 823 

Hess. Thomas, Camden, N. J 822 

Hess. Wm. B.. Camden, N. J 1392 

Hickman. Ruth A.. Sprlnsrtield. O. . . 1410 

High, Asher M.. Namoi-v'lle, 111 1561 

Tliffh, Richard F.. Naperville, 111 1562 

TTildebrand. Sarah< 159 

Ililrlebi.nid. Wm.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 546 

IT'nk;Mi. Amelia E.. Hampton. la 1042 

TTinklc. Oliver B.. Philadelphia, Pa... 759 

Hinkle, Marv T 241 

Hitchcock. Alvin. Shelbyvllle, Ind... 1266 

Hitchcock. Arthur T.. Shelby ville, ind. 1265 

Hitclicock. Andrew 660 

Hitchcock, Charles S.. Atlanta. G:i. .. 1668 

Hitchcock, Ed. M.. Shelbyville. Ind. .. 1261 

Tiit(dic(.ck. Elmer K,. Cincinnati, O... 1271 

Hitchcock, (Jeorge P.. Hope. Ind 055 

Hitchcock, John, Hope, Ind 655 

Hitchcock, Joseph, Hope, Ind (>56 

Hitchcock, PhilippiUie 201 

Hitchcock, Sa.nford. Indianapolis, Ind. 658 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



379 



Name. Location. No. 

Hitchcock. Snimiel. Hopo. iiid 0.~)7 

Hitclicuck, Slicrnmn M.. IIoi)e, IikL.. 1201) 

Hirchcock. Win.. Hopo. Iml ().")n 

Hitchcock. Win. I.. Koston. :\rass KICT 

Hittle. Otlera :Nr.. Alleiitown. Ta 107(1 

Hoch. Elenorn, Weavevsville. Ta lOSO 

Hoeh, Oftto :M.. Hteelton, Pa 1429 

Hoch. S. Ben.i.. Nazareth. Ta 02.3 

Hoeh. Sophia S.. Moorostown. Pa. . . 338 

Hocli. Wm. H.. Steelton. Pa 142i) 

Hoeber. Ed. E.. Bethlehem. Pa 331 

Hoeber. Rebecca. Nazareth. Pa 83 

Hoeber. Sarah. Bethlehem. Pa 351) 

Ho.s:an. Sally A.. ChapmaniS. Pa 471 

Honl, Minnie. Allentown. Pa 1220 

Holder. Phebe. Hope, Iml 12.10 

Horseman. Nellie. Hope. Tnrl ir.(i!i 

HoiSflelrl. A. S.. Philadelphia. Pa 9.10 

Howell. Gertnule. Wilininston. N. C. 017 

Ho'wer. Asher E.. Bethlehem. Pa 24(5 

Hower. Dorotha. Bethlehem, Pa HO 

Hower, EflAvard. Bethlehem, Pa \PAX'> 

Hower. Ellen C, Siesfred. Pa ir>79 

Hower, .Tphn A.. Bethlehem. Pa 77i) 

Hower ]\Larcns .T.. Bethlehem. Pa.. . 771 
Hower. Robert E.. Bethleaem, Pa. . . 77:; 

Hower. Sam., Cincinnati, 244 

Huber, Amelia, Bethlehem, Pa 1223 

Hnebimier, Sarah L.. New York. N. Y. 32S 
Huffman, A. .T.. Winston-Salem, N. C. KiHO 

Hull. Sarah A.. Orelanil. Pa 10.32 

Hunter. Caroline A.. Bethlehem, Pa... 327 
Hunter. Sabina :\i., Phillipsbura", N. .T. 448 

Hutchens. Sarah, Marshueld, 1408 

Huth, Alice M.. Bethlehem. Pa 530 

Huth, Heiiry, Bethlehem. Pa 1591 

•1 

Isensee, Charlotte E., Ventura. Cal... 15.54 

Itterly, Carrie L., Edelmans, Pa 400 

Itterlv. Emma L., Nazareth, Pa 811 

Itterly, Laura E.. Bushkill Centre, Pa. 1090 

J 

.Tacoby. Charles F.. Bethlehem, Pa. . . I(i74 

Jacoby. Eusrene, Bethlehem, Pa HOO 

.Tacoby, Matilda, Bethlehem, Pa 218 

.Tames. Hanmrh, Pleasant City, O. . . . 8(13 

.lenk'ns. Fannie E., Wilson, N. C. .. 12.55 

.Tenkins, G. F., Winston-Salem. N. C. 1530 

.Tenkins. M. E.. Winston-Salem. N. C. 333 

.Tenkins. Root. L.. Baltimore. Md 333 

Johns.-in, Charles. Cycle. i\. C 124(^ 

.Tohnson, Daisy H-^S 

Tohnson. Elizabeth G l'"'-"^*' 

.lohnson, Ellen S.. Easton. Pa 44^ 

.Tohnson. .Tames W., Mimcie, Ind 124 < 



Name. Location. No. 

Johnson. Sarah .V 637 

.Tohnson, Sidney L., Cycle. N. C 1245 

Jones. Bella E., Harrisbur.t;-. Pa 139*5 

Jones, Elizabeth. Doilson, Ind SCH 

Jones, Ella, In'iianai)olis, 1ml 208 

Jones, L. V., Winston-Salem. N. C. . . 1535 

Jones. Sarah 1258 

Jones, Sarah K.. McArthur. 8fi5 

Joyner, Phoebe, Winston-Salem. N. C. 1490 



K 

Kam-pman. .Mbert. Jersey City, N. J. 52! 

Tvampmian. Jospi)h 525 

Kanuiman. Maria L., Bethlehem, Pa. 149 

Kampman. Theo.. Bethlehem. Pa 527 

Knrsch. Ella, Danielsville, Pa 1237 

Karschner. Saimantha. Berwick, Pa... 1160 

Kav, Bessie, Philadelphia, Pa 122*=! 

Tveat. :\Iarv C, Pen Argyl. Pa 895 

Keck, Oharles W.. North Wales. Pa.. 704 
Tveck, Edwin F., .>iorth .t^ales. Pa.... 1334 

Keck, Rebecca 219 

Keck, Thomas. Emaus. Pa 21. • 

Keck, Wils(m D., Lansdale, Pa 1333 

Keeler. Maria, i^mreka. Ill 7'iO 

Keeley, Ida, Allentown, Pa lOlT 

T<:eeney. Nettie R l-**!'" 

Iveim. Emma, Bethlehem, Pa 725 

Iveifer, Dagmar E., Easton, Pa 1101 

Keller. Allen W., Nazareth, Pa 1111 

Tveller. Charles C. Dennison, 882 

Keller. Clara C. Saylorsburg. Pa. ... 503 

Keller. Loyina A., Millgroye, Pa 145 

Keller, Loym J., Nazareth, Pa 515 

Keller, Mary A., Nazareth. Pa 955 

Keller, Sarah A., Gnadenhutten, O... 30-i 

Kent, Elizabeth, Hope, Ind 6-17 

Kent, Mary. Hope, Ind 643 

Kern. Allen S., Philadelphia, Pa 504 

Tvem Andrew <i.. Nazareth. Pa 86 

Tvern. Calyin C, Siegfried, Pa 505 

Kern, Catharine, Nazareth, Pa 86 

Kern, Dayid T>.. Kreide-syille. Pa 50(5 

Ivern, Ed. G., Winston-Salem, N. C... 930 

Kern, Harry W.. Easton. Pa 057 

Tvern, J. Emelia. Nazaretn. la 125 

Kern. Julius A., Nazareth. Pa 931 

Kern. .Tulius L., Uhrichsyille. 340 

Ivern, Lilly, Allentown, Pa 549 

Kern, Louisa, .vazareth. Pa 357 

Kern, Matilda L.. Nazareth, Pa 341 

Kern, Robt. F.. TJhrichsyille, 340 

Kern, Selma C. Winston-Salem, N. C. 340 

Kern. S. :Maria. Nazai-eth, Pa 142 

Kern. Wm. T.. Nazareth, Pa 342 

Kern, Wilson, Nazaretli, Pa 142 

Kichline, Minerya V., Bethlehem, Pa.. 132. 



3 So 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

Kicliliiie. Stella E.. RoadiiiK. Pa 1051 

Kmbratle, Clara M., Berwick, Pa. . . . IICA 

Ki'.ngiingrer. Cora M.. Nazareth, Pa. . . 1092 

Kinne.v, Diaisiy L.. Northampton, Pa.. 1872 

Kirk. Ada M.. Philadelphia. Pa 2o2 

Kirk, Caroline. Philadelphia, Pa 2r.2 

Klewell. A. C. Philadelpiiia. Pa 07 

Klewell. Daniel. Philadelphia. Pa. . . 07 

KleAvell. Daniel. Philadelphia. Pa. . . 05 

Klewell, George W.. Philadelphia. Pa. OT 

Klewell, Mary E.. Philadelphia. Pa. . 07 

Klewell. Sarah T.. Philadelphia, Pa... 07 

KUne. Aliee M., Nazareth, Pa 1000 

Kline. Sarah A.. A lien town. Pa 121S 

Kline. Verrlie, Wilkes-Rarre. Pa 1177 

Klotz. Charles. Ohio fiO 

Klotz. Sarah. Ohio fiO 

Knanss, Can-ie A.. .Ml en town. Pa. . . lO.'^O 

Knanss. Arabel A.. Nnznretli. Pn SOS 

Knanss. :\ratnda A.. HethleheTn. Pa. .. n7S 

Kneezel. Albert O.. Phnndelnhia. Pa.. 1002 

Kneezel. Amelia L.. Philadelnhia. Pa. FtSfi 

Kneezel. Eda-ar C. Philadelnhia. Pa.. 1004 

Kneezel. Wm. E.. Philadelnhia. Pa . . 1001 

Kneezel. Walter C. Pliiladelphia. Pa. 100:i 

Knerr. Salome. Kreidersville. Pa 1^70 

Ko<^'h. Kate .T.. Allentown. Pa 1411 

Koehler. Catharima M.. Lebanon. Pa. 1000 

Koehler. Elizabeth. Tjebanon. ta. ... 4 

Koehler. Elmma M.. Nazareth. Fa... 940 

Koehler. .Tohn. Philadelnhia. Pa 21 

Koehler. L. R.. SontTi Rend. Tnd 22 

Koehler. Natihaniel. T^ebanon, Pa 22 

Koehler. Stelln M.. SiefTf^'ed. Pa 1451 

Kortz. .Tane E 05fi 

Koistenbader. ]\rarv V.. Nazarteh. Pa. 477 

Kranse, Edward J.. Bethlehem'. Pa.. 1312 

Krause. Emma A., Bethleliem, Pa... 282 

Kranse. Emilv E., Bethlehem. Pa... 282 

Kranse. Entrene E.. Bethlehem. Pa... 1811 

Kranse. Eranoes. Bethlehem. Pa (^^ 

Kranse. TTenrv A.. Bethlehem. Pa... 1810 

Kranse. Hnrtensin. Bethlehem. Pa... 001 

Kranse. Tane E.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 800 

KraiKse, John S.. Pottstown, Pa 840 

Kranse. Dai>ra L.. Bethlehem. Pa 282 

Kranse. ISfar^^ A., Bethlehem. Pa 282 

Krara. Clementine F.. Wilmot, 1467 

Krenwr. A. D., Winston-Salem. N. 0. 10 

Krier. .\lavesta 1460 

Krnjrer. Bettie 1487 

Knes-ter. T.izetta. Bethlehem. Pa 166 

Knhn. Catharine, Philadelphia, Pa... 250 

Knhn, Charles 1182 

Kuhn, Christiana, Rossville, Ind 552 

Knnz, Lizzie A., Barberton, 1492 



Name. Location. No. 

L 

Lachenauer, A., Winstoii-Salem-, N. C. 49 

Ivaelienaner. El, Winston-Salem. N. C. 12 

Lachenauer. Philip, North Carolina.. 203 

Lamb. Anna :\L, OhlcaffO, 111 835 

Lamb, S. R.. Winston-Salem. N. C. . . 1663 

Lambert. Emma L.. Eayetta. N. Y.. . 734 

Lans. Eleanora C, New Haven, Ct. .. 1551 

Lasih, Mary E.. Indianapolis, Ind 1007 

Lawbach, Eti.srene .L. Philadielphia, Pa. 1015 

fLanbach. Mary. Philadelphia, Pa 399 

Landenlserjrer, C, Philadelphia, Pa... 1680 

Landienberger, Siai-ah A., Hilltown. Pa. 702 

Ivees, Jennie. Bethlehem. Pa 754 

Leh. Atoanda. Sayre, Pa 1217 

Lehmaii, Caroline 685 

Tiehminn. Mary A.. Allentown, Pa. . . . 123 

T>ehr. Matilda C, Nicky, Pa. ! 351 

Leitzel. Sarah L 102 

Tje'ihart. Albert C. Amibler. Fa .38.3 

Lenhart. Clarissa. AmWer, Pa 383 

T;erfih. Alice. Easton. Pa. . 800 

Levers. Elenora. Biethlehem. Fa 854 

Levei-s. H. O.. New York, Bethlehem. 354 

Lever'nsr. ^ima C. Nisky. Pa 18 

Leverinsr. Charles J., Olney. Ill 87 

Leverin.s:. Charles J 346 

Leverinff. J. IVFort.. Bethlehem. Pa.... 9.32 

Leverinsr. T/evi L.. Kanisas City. Mo.. 347 

Lever im .ST. Lewis' A 845 

Ijeverinsr. T,er\\ds R.., Aurora. Ill 936 

Leverin.ff, :\rartin M.. Olney, 111 984 

Leverin.s. Wm. H.. Chicaso, 111 937 

Lewis, Allen. So. Bethlehem, Pa 1315 

Lewis, Ellen, Bethlehem. Pa 695 

Lewis, Lillian i\I.. North Wales. Ind.. 1335 

Lewiairs. .Tas. S.. Williamsport, Pa 607 

Lewars, Mar\- A 176 

Lichtenwalner, L. M.. Heoktown. Pa. 1079 

Lig-htcap. Cora. Allenitowm, Pa 1456 

Lillv, .\nn'e, WeaversA'^ille, Pa 1370 

Lind, Emma, Chei'ry Hill, Fa 518 

Litzenbe-ffer. C. INT.. Eavetta. N. Y... 231 

Litzenbere-er, E. <;.. Allentown, Fa... 15'92 

Litzenberser. Edwin 1476 

Litzenbera-er. G.. So. Bethlehem, Pa.. 1026 

T-itzenbersrer, H.. INIanheim. Pia 431 

Litzenberger, J<din, Allentown, Pa... 1025 

Litzenberger. M.. Allentown. Pa 431 

Livansberry. Mand :\r.. Alden, Pa 168'.) 

Livengood, Elizabeth. North Carolma. 1604 

Loftus. Rebecca. Berwick, Pa 579 

Long, Marv E., Catawissa. Pa 1192 

Longenbach, Est.. Danielsville. Pa 1576 

Longeunagen, I. F., Omaiha, Neb 112i6 

Longenihagen, Mai-y A., Omaha, Neb.. 547 

Loomis. M. H., Cleveland, 841 

^ Loux, Chas. W., Pi-ovidence, R. I. ... 1064 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



381 



Name. Location. No. 

Loux. Edwaixi S.. Nazareth, Pa 457 

Loux, H. G.. Niazareth. Pa 457 

Loux, Helen A., Providence. R. I. . . 805 

Loux. SabiiKi. Nazareth. Pa 457 

Loux. Walter H.. Nazareth. Pia 457 

Luch. Ijiiura M., Eitiston. Pa 1444 

Luekeiibach, A., Bethlehem. Pa 220 

Luckeubach. A. S., Wiashingtoii. D. C. 214 

Luekeiibach, A. A., Bethlehem. Pa... 212 

LuckeiLbacii, A. E., Biethlehem. Pa. . . 212 

Luckeubach, C. E., Biethlehem, Pa... If.O 

Luckeubach, Cihas. E., Baston, Pa... 129i'. 

Luckeubach, C. O., New Mexico.... 1113 

Luckenbach. D. O.. Betihlehem. Pa... 675 

Luckeubach. E. H., Bethlehem, Pa... 52S 

Luckenlmch. E. R., Bethleihem, Pa. . . 680 

Luckeubach. E.. Bethlehem. Pa 54 

Luckeubach. E. R., Bethlehem. Pa... 214 

lyuckenb^ich. Franklin L 1295 

Luckenbaeh, F. R.. Phila(b>liihia. Pa.. 1114 

Luckenbiach, Geo.. Bethleheiu, Pa.... 218 

Luckenbaich. G., So. Botlilehem, Pa.. 1299 

Luckenbaeh. G. H.. Bethlehem. Pa... G82 

Luckeubach. H. W.. Philadelphia. Pa. 130 

Jj'iK'keubaieh. Harry L.. I>enver. Col.. 1298 

Luckeubach, H. O.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 1287 

Luckenbaeh, Jacob, Bethlehem, Pia. . . 212 

Luckenbaeh, .T. W., Bethlehem. Pa... 679 

Luckeubach. J. B., Bethlehem, Pa... 681 

Luckenbaeh, Leon. York. Pa 1300 

Luckenbaeh, M., Bethlehem, Pa 220 

Luckenbaeh, M. L.. Bethlehem, Pa... 220 

LuckeniL-ach, Owen A., 684 

Luickenbach. Owen F.. Oil City, Pa.. 1308 

Luckenbaeh. R»isina 23 

Luckenbaeh, S. D., Bethlehem. Pa. . . im 

Luckenbaeh, T. D., Bethlehem. Pa. . . 220 

Liuckenbach, Wm., Bethlehem, Pa. . . 214 

Luckenuach, Wm. D., Allentowin, Pa. 211 

Lugar, Hannah, Philadelphia, Pa 781 

Liugar, Harry, Philadelphia. Pa 781 

M 

Mace, >xary M., Carbondale. 802 

Mack, B. S., So. Bethleliem, Pa 1421 

Mack. Clarence B.. Allentown. Pa. . . 1417 

Mack. Cornelia R.. Bethlehem. Pa... 918 

Mlack. Horace M.. Lancaster, Pa 1422 

Mahady. Annie, Bii^ooklyn. N. Y 964 

Mahaffey. Minnie, Columbus. Ind. . . . 124') 

Maier, Carrie ^\.. Denver, Col 1061 

Marsteller. C. E., Rittersville. Pa 239 

Masland, Gertrude, Philadelphia, -a. 1802 

Mathews, Louisa, Tuscarawas, O. ... 309 

Maxwell, Sophia, Philadelphia, Pa... 687 

MeOain. Etliel, Crawfordsville, Ind. . . 1304 

McClain. H. L.. Crawfordsville. Ind.. 1309 

Mental, Matilda, Betihlehem, Pa 1316 

MeCue, Alice A., Dennison, 1383 



Name. Location. No. 

McCulJy, Frances, Lancaster, Pa 1420 

McEntee, Mary, St. Louis. Mo 758 

McFaddin. .Tulia J., romona, Kan 536 

McGraw, Clara R., Sayre, Pa 1452 

McKee, Maitha A.. Camden, N. J. . . 406 

IMcKlnley. Matilda 349 

McKracker, .lennie 1485 

McNerney, M. E.. Philadelphia, Pa.! 136b 

Mc^'aug•ll, .AI. E., Philadelphia, Pa... 88-1 

MeVaugh. Morris. PhllatlelpJiia. Pa... 1641 

Meginness, L. L.. Teri-e Haute, Ind.. 1202 

Meitzler, Annie. Alleutown. I'a 1479 

:M(eixell, Annie .1. Nazareth. Pa 1U75 

Melviu. Ella A.. Visalia. Cal 13(il 

INIemniert. Anna A 1371 

INlendenhall. Augusta 343 

]Menhennitt. Emma. Pen Argyl, Pa... 896 

Mea-ges. A. E.. Philadelphia, "Pa 807 

Merseh, A., Bushkill Centre, Pa 816 

:Mersch, .John, Catasauqua, Pa 897 

:\ressinger, Artlia, Ulysses, Kan 538 

Messinger, Lovin ig14 

.'Messinger. Matilda, Tatamy, Pa 106 

:Metz, Amelia H.. Nazareth, Pa 1430 

:\reyers, C. W.. Washington, D. C... 985 

:\reyers. Eliza C, Lebanon. Pa 1438 

^Meyers. John G., Wasliington, D. C. 986 

Meyers, Lewis H., Washington. D. C. 983 

INIeyers, Maria A., ^^'ashiugton. Dl C. 378 

:\leyers. Sarali M.. Miillipsburg. N. J. 4.50 

Miichael, Henry L.. Hope. Ind 940 

:\Iichael, :MaiT L.. Hope. Ind 348 

:Miksch. Amos. C. Bi-ighton. Col 810 

Miksch, Amos C. Brighton, Col 310 

Mikseh. Austin, Brighton, Col 310 

Miiksch. Celcelia H.. Nazaireth. Pa. . . Ill 

Miiksch. Charles. Nazareth. Pa 441 

Miksch, C. 6., New Cornerstown, O.. 885 

:Miksch. Eidwaird. Nazareth. Pa 440 

:Mikseh. Elfrieda C, Nazareth. Pa. . . 124 

Miksch, Elizabeth, Bethlehem, Pa... 71 

iNIiksch, Emma J., Nazareth, Pa 124 

:Miksch, Franklin, Llihiuchsville, O... 886 

INIiksch, G. F., Bethany HeigMs, Neo. 311 

Milvseh, George W., Brighton. Col... 888 

Miksch, H. A., New Cornerstown, O. 308 

Miksch, Lewis O.. California KJlS 

:\Iiksch, Robert, Bethlehem, Pa 1050 

Miksoh, Susanna E., Ohio 78 

Millheim, Albin H., Tatamy, Pa 1073 

Millheim, Howaixl C, Tatamy, Pa... 467 

^Miilheimi, Louisa E., Tatamy, Pa. . . 467 

Millheun, Oliver W«, Tatamy, Pa. . . 1076 

Millheiim, Robert L., Nazareth, Pa... 1074 

Miller, Alice M., Bai*erton. 839 

Ml! Her. Anna. Bangor. Pa 959 

:Miller, Arthur G., Hope, Ind 1280 

Miller, Caroline A., Mulberry, Ind... 553 

duller. Carrie A., Hope, Ind 1263 



382 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

Miller, Catharine, Oluey, 111 344 

Miller, Ellen L., Duylestown, l*a.. . S^U 

.Miller, Emma, BetJaleliem, Pa 167S 

Miller, F. J., Cuyahoga Palls, 1400 

Miller, Gertie, Lafayette, Ind 1528 

Miller. Ida E., riiiladelpliia, Pa. ... 502 

xMiiler, .John VV.. Hope, Ind 1277 

^Miller Lawrence 1135 

Mnler, Leila E. I., Allentown, Pa... 874 

Miller, Lucv, Hope, Ind bOO 

Miller. Marlon 1134 

Miller, Matilda. Allentown. Pa 874 

Miller. Olevia C, Allentown, Pa. . . 452 

Miller, Philip H., Catawissa, Pa. . . . Oa^ 

Miller, Philippine, Millgrove, Pa 33 

Miller. Sairah, Catawissa. Pa 17.) 

:\liller, W.ml C, Allentown, Pa 1412 

Miller, Win. R.. Doylestown, Pa 1401 

Miunieh. Sarah. Trenton. 300 

Miiskell. Enmna F.. Pliiludelphia, Pa. 90S 

Moharter, Eliza J.. Berwick. Pa 574 

Moharter. James A.. Bemvick, Pa... 1154 

Moharter, Wm., Berwick, Pi 1157 

Moharter, Wm. A 1445 

Money. Dora V., Cycle, N. C 1244 

Morris, Ei-ema, Brighton, Col 891 

Morris, Margaret, Bethlehem. Pa.... 1308 

:^Iory, Ella E., Nazareth, Pa 1052 

Meyer, Bruce, Philadelphia, Pa 1188 

Mioyer, Caroline, Allento-wn, Pa 438 

Moyer, Catharine, Oatawiissa, Pa. . . 173 

Moyer, Daniel C . Wilkes-Bam-e, Pa. 1400 

Moyer, Ediward. Catawissa, Pa 598 

Moyer, Helen C, PhiladelpiMa, Pa. . . 787 

Moyer, Hiiram. Catawissa, Pa 597 

Moyer, .Jennie, Catawissa, Pa 173 

Moyer, Susan, 632 

Muiican, Chas. W., IiKliianapolis, Ind. 1515 

Mulican. Eli W., Clemmons, N. <^... 1511 

Muiican. Enoch P.. Clemnums. N. C. 1512 

Mulican. L. C, Winston-Salem, N. C. 1634 

Muiican. Saloma, 195 

Mulry. Nellie M.. Indianapolis, Ind... 1272 

:\fnnzinger. Irene. Lansdale, Pa. . . 1507 

Murphy. Florence C 1580 

Mutschler. .Jennie M.. Sunbnry, Pa... 1201 

N 

Nading. E., WMnston-Salem. N. C 301 

Xadiiig. (t.. Wlnston-Salem, N. C... 900 

Xading. Sarah, ^\ est Salem. Ill 1115 

Xagel. Ellen. Castl(4(>n Corners. N. Y. OSf, 
Nasland. (Tertriide. Philadelphia, Pa. 1302 

Xayc^e. Mary C. Sonderton. Pa 1.5:'.7 

Neidlinger. Caroline. Cleveland, ()... 27:> 

Neidlinger. Edward. Chicago, 111 842 

Neidlinger. Louisa I>., Ohio 278 

Neligh, Albert A., Hope, Ind 1520 



Name; Loeation. No. 

Neligh, Franklin F., Hope, lud 1525 

Neligh. Lydia. Hope, Ind 211 

Neligh, Saierman, Hope, Ind 1524 

Nelk, Annie E.. Hazleton, Pa 1190 

Newuerry, Ida C 401 

Newbold, Emma, Bethlehem, Pa 559 

Newcomber, Jennie, Milton, Pa 017 

Newell, Clara J., Somerville. Mass.. 1140 

Newhard, Susan 023 

Nolf. Ellen M., Bethlehem, Pa 758 

Norris, Maud R., Hope. Ind 1278 

Nowles, Carrie, Kidsville. N. C 1275 

o 

Odenwelder, Cora O.. Easton, Pa. . . 830 

Oerter, Anna E., Bethlehem, Pa. .. 37 

Oerter, Em/ma M., Bethlehem. Pa... 1325 

Oerter. Francis E., Philadelphia. Pa. 151 

Oerter, Henry J., Bethlehem, Pa 151 

Oerter. Howard M.. C^haska, Minn... o.->l 

Oerter. Wm. H.. Ivebanon, Pa 529 

Olpp. Estella M.. Bethlehem, Pa. . . 772 

Oplinger, Catharine, I>anielsville, Pa.. 1233 

Oplinger. Walter W.. Allentown, Pa. 1453 

Opp, Adelaide. Bethlehem, Pa 589 

Opp, John S.. Bethlehem, Pa 1182 

Opp, Wan. H., Bethlehem. Pa 1181 

Oppelt, Amelia, Gnadeuhutten, O. . . 270 

Oppelt, Francis O., Conneaut. 1388 

Oppelt, Henry H,. Bellevue, 818 

Oppelt. Jesse H., Cleveland, 818 

Orme, Lillie W., Greenwood, Ind.... 1203 

Osborne, Clmrlotte O., Bethlehem, Pa. 170 

Osborne, Edw. F., Philadelphia, Pa.. 588 

0'sl)orne, Laura. Philadelphia. Pa... 170 

Osborne. L.vdia. Rile.v, Kan 809 

Osman, Annie B., Allentown, Pa, . . 994 

OsthOff, Emma E.. Sterling. Ivan. . . 1058 

Owens, Charlotte, Hope, Ind 652 

P 

Padgett. Phebe P.. North Carolina... 193 

Palsue. Retta, Charleston, W, Va.... 1153 

Paterson. Florence O.. Pasadena, Cal. 1092 

Pearson. Lawrence 755 

Pearson, Maria O., Bethlehem. Pa... 238 

Pearson. Oliver D.. St. Louis. Mo. . . . 750 

Pearson. Paul D., Lincoln, 111 1350 

Pearson. Kaleigh, I>ittle Rock, Ark.. 1539 

Pearson. Wm. J., St. T^ouis, INIo 750 

Peisert. J. Martha. Bt4hlehem. P'a... 792 

Peniiiimtoii, Anna, Wiliiamsneld. 111... 1047 

Peter. Mary J., Mulberry. Ind 550 

Peter. Wayne C., :Mulberry. Ind 1599 

Pfeitt'er. Anna. Betihlehem, Pa 156 

Pfeifter, Henry, Bethlehem, Pa 1572 

Pfeiffer. James A.. Bethlehem. Pa, . . 1508 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



383 



Name. Location. No. 

Pfelffer, Wm. P., Bethlehem, Pa. . . 15G0 

Phelps, Addie, Padauaram, 8S7 

Phelps, Wm., Padauaram, 141i 

Place, Bessie, Topeka, Kan 16(55 

Polliett, Ellen, Philadelphia, Pa 1222 

frather, M. O., Excelsior Springs, Mo. lUli) 
Pysher, Lilly. Pen Argyl. Pa 1470 

R 

Haft", Clementina, Wilmot, 14r,T 

,Ragen, Grayce F H;72 

Bau, Eugene, Bethlehem. Pa 395 

Rau, Lucy A., Bethlehem', Pa i03 

Raub. Eva E., Bethlehem, Pa ICT*; 

Ranch. Caroline M., Bethlehem. Pa... 1297 

Reber, Maria C, 101. 

Reed, Anna E., Manchester. Kan. . . 409 

Reed, CMoe E., Sabina. Kan 1(540 

Reed, i lork L., Manchester. Kan.... 1038 

Reed, John F., Lebanon. Pa 723 

Reed. ^Marcus J.. Lebanon. Pa 724 

Reed, Matikla J., Hope. Ind 1482 

Reed, Susanna E., Bethlehem. Pa. . . 228 
Reese, Catharine E., Nazareth. Pa... 480 

Reeser. Mary J., Reading:, Pa 407 

Regennas, Cornelia. Hope. Ind I(i8 

Regennas, Engene, Hope, Ind 584 

Rehmel, Addie A., Muscatine, Ind... 1379 
Reich, Mary C, Winston-Salem. N. C. 102(1 
Reiehley, Clara C, Bethlehem. Pa. . . 900 

Reilly. Kate (L, Philadelphia, Pa 1305 

Reinhart. S(.])hia 99 

Reinsmith. Minnie. 1484 

Reitmeyer. Olive J., Berwick, I'a ll(j(i 

Renninger, Ida, Ailentown, Pa 54S 

Renshaw, Almeda L., Bethlehem, Pa. UOC 
Reph, Fianna. Northampton. Pa. . . . ()22 

Reph. James. Bath. Pa 1575 

Reph. Lillian A.. Bethlehem. Pa 1048 

Rex. Rossie 1131 

Rice, Alice J., Betlilehem, Pa 1102 

Rice, Annie. Bethlehem. Pa 757 

Rice. Carrie A.. Bethlehem, Pa 415 

Rice, Sal)illa. Siegfried. Pa 1215 

Richel, Blanche, Wilkes-Barre, Pa... 11S7 
Rickenbach. Mary E.. Reading. Pa... 1374 

Rickert. Annie. Bethlehem. Pa 757 

Ricksecker. A. E.. Redneld. So. Dak. 1405 
Kicksecker. A. O., Santa Rosa, Cai.. . 28c 
Ricksedver. C. J.. Somerville. Mass. 1140 
Ricksecker. Harry E.. Colfax. Wash. 1532 
Ricksecker. J. E.. Somerville, :Mass. 572 
Ricksecker. L. A.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 851 
Ricksecker. Lucius. Santa Rosa. Cal. . 850 
Rickisecker, Olevia A., Nazareth. Pa. 285 

Ried.. Siarah 042 

Riedy. Ida :M., Easton. Pa 825 

Riedy, Mary E., Easton, Pa :j25 



Name. Location. No. 

Riege, Ellen P., i'huadelphia. Pa... 785 

Riehl, Cora 1231 

Ries, Mellie IL, New P'ortage, O. . . . 1495 

Rigg, Henrietta. Bethlehem, Pa 210 

Rihe. Albert M., I'hiladelphia, Pa. . . 1294 

Rihe. Angelica. LLThlehem, Pa 077 

Ripple, M. E., Bushkill Centre. Pa... 271 

Hitter, M. E.. Hittersville. Pa 243 

Hitter, M. C. Hittersville, Pa 704 

Hitter, O. C. HittersTille, Pa 7(i5 

Ritz. Ehiina L., Ailentown, Pa 25G 

Roach, Lydia. Nelsouville. 867 

Roberts, Andrew H., Cataw^issa, Pa. 1208 

Roberts. Anna, Catawissa, Pa 177 

Roberts. Arthur. Rupert, Pa 615 

Roberts, Chas. A.. Catawissa. Pa. . . 1205 

Roberts, Clarence, Rupert, Pa G13 

Roberts. Edwmrd. Danville. Pa (512 

Roberts. Frank H.. Catawissa. Pa... 1207 

Roberts. Harvey. Rupert. Pa 616 

Roberts. Joseph. I'hiladelphia. Pa. . . 614 
Roberts. Josiah E.. Catawissa, Pa. . . 1206 

Roberts. ^Matilda. Hui)ert. Pa 177 

Roberts, Wm. H.. Catawissa. Pa 610 

Robertson, Bertha A.. Hope. Ind 1267 

Hobecker, C. C. Excelsor Spriniis. :\Io. 411 
Bobbins. Clara ().. Elmira. N. Y.. .. 1368 

Kobinson. iii. F.. Philadelphia. Pa 1521 

Hockel, Emma, Egypt. Pa 422 

Hoddiick, R., Winston-Salem. N. C. . . 1491 
Hoepper, Belinda, Betiiiehem. Pa. . . 104 
Hoepper. Caroline. Bethlehem. Pa.... 104 
Hoepper. Charles. Philadelphia. Pa... 397 
Hoepper. Emma L.. ^'ienna Austria,.. 104 

Hoepper. Francis A.. Denver. Col 104 

Hoepper. Olevia A.. Nazareth, Pa. . . 285 

Hied. Sarah 642 

Hiedy. Ida M.. Easton. Pa 825 

Heidy. Mary E.. Easton. Pa 825 

Hiege. i.ileii T.. Philadelphia. Pa 78.j 

Riehl. Cora 1231 

Ries. :Mellie 11., New Portage. 1495 

Rigg. Henrietta. Bethlehem. Pa 216 

Rihe. Albert M.. Philadelphia. Pa 1:94 

Rihe. Angelica. Bethlehem. Pa 677 

Hoesler. Elva M.. Philadelphia. Pa... 1005 

xionn. Saraih E.. Hampton, Iowa 433 

Itomig. Sarah E.. Covington. Ky 154 

Hominger. Alvis. Hope, Ind 665 

Hominger. Anna C. North Carolina.. 50 
Hominger. Chas.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 1513 

Hominger. C. T.. Hartsville. Ind 1481 

Romiiiger. Eli 1480 

Hominger. Elizabeth. North Carolina. . . 46 

Hominger. Emma A 673 

Hoiminger. Eva R., North Carolina. . . 47 

Hominger. Frank, Hope, Ind 1670 

Hominger. Franklin. Chicago, 111. . . . 1286 
Hominger, Isaac, Windfall, Ind 1632 



384 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

Komini;*^!-. Jno., P.. Aby Dell, Ind. . . 1631 
Koiniiiiii^r. Thomas. North Carolina. . . 192 
Rominger. Wan. T.. Hartsville. Ind... G3S 

lionilthaler. Anielki, Chieag-o. Ill 688 

Romlthaler. Wm. D.. Chii-ago. 111. . . 1306 

Rosenberg. George W 740 

Rosenberg. Lucinitla C Seneca, N. Y. 232 

Rosenbush. Mel lie. Hope. Ind 12So 

Rossiter. Mary A.. Bfiltimore. Md. . . 97(> 
Roth. Ellen. Bethlehem, Pa.. R. No. 2. 481 
Ruede, Virginia. So. Rethlehem. Pa. . . 700 

Rnell. Ida,^ Hampton. Iowa 1034 

Rnff. Clementina. Wolmot. Ohio 1467 

Ruhrauft". D. H.. Seneca I'\ills. N. Y 736 

Rnhranff. Lncinda. Seneca, N. Y 232 

Rnloff. Ellen E., Allentowu, Pa 927 

Rupert. Cora A.. Wain\\Tig-ht. O. . . S8:^ 

Rnssell. Daisy B 1483 

Rusweiler, Anna B., Bangor, Pa 1471 

s 

Sanders. Ho^Yard (\. Philadelphia, Pa. 998 
Sandei-s. Sarah J. Philadelphia. Pa... 382 
Sayers. T^anra A.. Wilmington. Del... 9S9 
Saylor. Edward E. Schoenersville, Pa. 486 

Saylor. Eugene F. Nazareth. Pa 484 

Siaylor. Francis G.. Easton. P'a 488 

Saylor. Reuben F.. Schoenersville, Pa. 483 

Saylor, Sabina. Filetowu. Pa 137 

Saylor, Wilson R., Sclioenersville. Pa. 1097 

SehaefCer, :Minine I^.. Hope, Ind 1178 

Se^afer, Anna ^i.. Hoi^e. Ind 217 

Schufer. Selum L.. Alllentown, Pa. . . 1071 
Sehantz, Cornelia. Allentown. Pa. . . 752 
Schantz, Franlv P.. Allentown. Pa. . . 1354 
Schiantz, Howard B., Allentown. Pa. 1355 
Schenck, Caroline, New Y'ork City. 966 
Schiffer. Maria S.. :Moorestown. Pa. . . 820 
Schilling, Sarah R.. Kreidersville. Pa. 1124 

Schlegel. Clara S.. Nazareth. Pa 457 

Sclilegel, Clinton H., Nazareth. Pa. . . 1093 
Schlegel. Emma E.. Welcome. :Minn... 1066 
Schmickle. Chas. F.. Philadelphia. Pa. 801 
Scilimickle, Edgar. Knoxville, Tenn. . . 1593 

Schmilckle, Ellen. Nazareth, Pa 510 

Sehmdckle, Elmira, Nazareth. Pa 265 

Schmickle, Laura E., Eiastou, Pa. . . 1401 
Schmickle, Lewis C, Bethlehem, Pa. 1107 

Schmickle, Milton, Easton, Pa 1106 

Schmickle, Otto, t^tockertown. Pa. . . 797 

Schmickle. Robert, PJaston, Pa 798 

Scnmickle, William M., Eas/tou, Pa. . . 799 

Schmidt, Agnes F., 9l>5 

Schmidt. Charles C, Hampton, Iowa. 1041 
Schmidt. I-']liza. Hampton, Iowa. . . 434 
Schmidt. Herbert T., Satimer, loAva. 1040 
Schmidt, :Milton V., Hampton, Iowa. 1043 
Schmidt, William F., Hampton, Iowa. 1039 



Name. Location. No. 

Rominger, John, 204 

Schnabel, Caroline E., Rittersville, Pa. 239 
Schneller. Pimma L., Bethlehem, Pa. 756 
Sc-hneller. Herman .J.. Betlilehem, Pa. 1357 
Schneebeli. Carrie B., Nazareth, Pa. . . 837 
Schneebeli. Ellis, C, Nazaa^th, Pa. . . 1402 

Schneider. Anna M., 43 

Schneider. Clarrssa, OMo 277 

Schock, Susan M.. Blue SiM'iugs, Neb. 1057 

Schoolt. Elnoyra, Columbus, 313 

Schultz, Eimina, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . 3<M 

Schultz. Flora. Allentown, Pa 877 

Schultz. Milton S.. Philadelphia, Pa... 963 
Schwarze, Elizabeth, Bethlehem, Pa. 1313 
Scott. Frances A., Jeukintown, Pia. . . 381 

Secrest. Etta L 1697 

Sell), Klla I^-. Easton. Pa 1331 

Sell, .lane M., Eimaus. Pa 1046 

Setzei-. Alice C. Bethlehem. Pa 1221 

Seyfried, Anna, Phillipsburg, N. J. ... 466 
Seyfried. Hortensia, Nazareth. Pa. . . 804 

Seyfried. James J., Nazareth. Pa 456 

Seyfried. James. Phillipsburg. N. J... 1055 

Seyfried. Matilda, Nazareth, Pa 456 

Seyfried. Sarah. Nazareth, Pa 944 

Seyfr'ed. Wilson D., Bethlehem, Pa. 1062 

Shedd. Mabel C 1473 

Sheetz, Bertha M.. Siegfried, Pa 1449 

Sheldon. Alice M.. San Francisco, Cal. 1403 
Sheldon. Hannah E., Canton. S. D. . . 729 
Shelihiart. Emma E.. Loval Oak. O. . . 888 
Sherman. Evelyn. Little Falls, N. Y. 1350 
Shields. Edgar T.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 1518 

Shields. :\Iaria. Bethlehem. Pa 915 

Shinier, Carrie, Bethlehem. Pa 952 

Shinier. Lucile M.. Nazareth, Pa 1693 

Shipnes. Bessie E,, Chicago. Ill 1691 

Shi reman. Amelia S 

Shireman. Emeline. Nazareth. Pa 941 

Shu-emaii, Charles W.. Keystone, Iowa. 943 

Shiivman. Eugene. Easton, Pa 945 

Shireman. Joseph. Nazareth, Pa 942 

Shii-emau, Maria. Schoeneck, Pa 350 

Shive. Mary L., Bangor, Pa 1469 

Slioaf, DaisV B.. ThomasviTie, N. C. . . 1516 

Shook, Siarah E., Cata-wissa, Pa 1189 

Shou.se, Frank D., North (iirard. Pa.. . 856 

Shouse, Maria E 289 

Shulte, Anna Eliza, Phillipsburg, N. J. 446 
Shuman, Mi\ry M., Shamokin, Pa. . . 606 

Sides, Ambrose 1629 

Sides, Oaitharine, North Carolina. . . 45 

Sides, Christian. North Carolina 187 

Sides. Christian 1028 

Sides, George M 1624 

Sides, Heurv H.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 1662 

Sides, .Tames H 1625 

Sides. Levi H.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 636 
Sides, William D 1627 



C;ENKAI.O(iICAL INDEX. 



385 



Name. Location. • No. 

Siegfried, AJice, Butb, Pa 108 T 

Siegfried, Anua C, Pliiladelpliia, Pa. 5UU 
Sieg-fried, Caroline, So. Bethlebeui, Pa. 924 

Siegfried, Cliarles P., Eastou, Pa 519 

Siegfried, (irainille, Eastou, Pa 51ii 

Siegfried, Howard J. Philadelphia, Pa. 520 
Siegfried, James F., Peu Argyl, Pa... 51G 
Siegfried, Johanna M., Millgrove, Pa. 35 
Siegfried, Joseph W., Cherry Hill, Pa. 14G 
Siegfried, l.ueetta, Clierry Hill, Pa... 35 
Siegfried. :\iadora C, Nazareth, Pa. SOU 
Siegfried, llobert L., Nazareth, Pa. . . 521 
Siegfried, S. Henry A., Easton, Pa. . . 144 

Siegfried, Wm. A., Nazaretli, Pa 517 

Sigley, Ellen, Mauch Chunlv, Pa. . . 15<j9 

Simason. Maud. Benton, Pa 1171 

Simpson, Emma E., Easton, Pa 824 

S'iinlv, ^lartha E., Clemmons, N. C. . . 1242 

Sitter. Bruce S.. Berwioli, Pa 1194 

Sitter, Sarah, BerAvielv, Pa. (500 

Sitter. Whirl. BerAvicli, Pa 1195 

Slviuner. Clara A.. East Orange, N. J. 847 

Slawson Cora D., Dayton, Tenn 1282 

Smith, Addie, Kidsville, N. C 604 

Smith. Annetta. Salem, N. C 332 

Smith, Annie A., Qualvertown, Pa. . . 719 
Smith, Annie D., Allentown, Pa. . . 1120 
Smith. Charles J., Orshorne, Kan. . . 1320 

Smirh, Clara, Bethlehem, Pa 1319 

Smith. D. A., Winston-Salem. N. C... 332 

Smith, Edward T.. Enians, Pa 541 

Smith. Emile. Egypt. Pa 542 

Smith. Emma, Emails, Pa 155 

Snrth, Fannie O., I^ethlehem. Pa. ... 131S 

Smith, Ida R.. Allentown, Pa 713 

Smith. Ida V., Merchantville. N. J. .. 1298 

Smith, James, Kidsville, N. C 1270 

Smith. Jane. Hope. Ind 054 

Smith. John F.. Topton. Pa 539 

Snrth, Mamie S 1455 

Smith. Marv E 130 

Smith. Mary II.. Allentown. Pa 1031 

Smith. Olevia S.. Osborne. Kan 098 

Smith. William C. Glennville. Ohio. 543 

Snider, I>uella. South Bend. Ind 1011 

Snyder. Augustus. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 558 

Snvder. Oitherine 641 

Snvder. Edna :\I.. Mulbei-ry. Ind. . . 1129 

Snvder. Ella L.. Bethlehem. Pa 947 

Snvder. Eniele W., S. Bethlehem. Pa. 561 
Snyder. Floyd I... Bethlehem. Pa, . . 1138 

Snyder. Marcus. Bethlehem. Pa 50<! 

Snyder. Sarah J.. Hope. Ind 10(;o 

Sn.vder. S. Eliza. Bethlehem. Pa 102 

Snyder. William M.. Easton. Pa 1137 

Spach. Emelius D.. Hope. Ind 363 

Spach. Frederick C. Salem. N. C 90 

S[)ach. James F.. Ottumwa. Iowa. . . Olil 
Springer. Louisa. Edenvllle. Pa 11^ 



ffeme. Location. 'tio, 

Stanley, Sarah A., Pomona, Kan. . . 537 

Stauffer, Emma S., Eastou, Pa 451 

Steckel, .Ellie C, Newton, N. J 1213 

Steckel, "Frank C, Marietta, Pa 115 

Steckel, Harry C, Baltimore, Md. . . 418 

Steckel. Marie E., Marietta, Pa 115 

Steckel. Robert W., Gwiumine, Cal. . . 419 
Steckel, William E., Marietta, Pa. . . . 115 

Steer, Laura, Ambler, Pa 1000 

Steiner, Alexander B.. Filetown, Pa. 269 

Steiner. Anna S., Sclioeueck, Pa 68 

Steiner, Augusta E., Easton, Pa. . . 428 

Steiner, Clinton C, Nazaretli, Pa 1373 

Ste-ner, Edward P., Catasauqua, Pa. 1375 
Steiner. Franklin B., Sclioeueck, Pa. . . 813 

Steiner, Harry. Enstou, Pa 1020 

Steiner, Louisa L.. Filetown. Pa. . . 267 
Steiner. T. S. P.. Kreklersville. Pa. . . 814 
Steinnietz. Caterhine. Sterling, Kan. 454 
Steinfiiietz, C. Colorado Springs, Cal. 1060 
Steinnietz. Emeline S.. Nazareth, Pa... . 941 
Steinnietz. J. F.. -Colorado Springs. Col. 105 b' 

Steinnietz. Milton J.. Derby. Kan 1059 

Steinnietz. W. J., Sterling. Kan 454 

Stepp. Anna B.. Hope, Ind 1281 

Sterner. Allen t.. Bethlehem. Pa. .'. 718 

Sterner, Anna P., Bethlehem. Pa 225 

Sterner, Matilda. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 240 
Sterner. MiltAu H.. Bethlehem. Pa... 716 
Sterner. Willinm A.. Bethlehem. Pa. . . 1338 

Sterson. Lvddie A 858 

Steven'^. Marion S 1434 

Steward. Amelia V.. Nazareth. Pa. .. 1083 

Steward. Helen A 1090 

Stewart. Helen O.. Canton. 996 

Stewart. ^Nlary. Bethlehem. Pa 1675 

Stiiie. Cornine. Swarthmore. Pa lOlO 

Stocker. Angelica M.. Nazareth. Pa... 264 
Stoelver. Ciiarles A.. Nazareth. Pa.... 793 
*Stoclter. E. S.. Northfield. Minn. . . 204 

Stocker. T^^^^elius. Nazareth. Pa 352 

Stoci.er. Emma L., Nazareth. Pa 264 

Stocker, Eugene W., Nazareth. Pa. . . 791 
Stocker, fJeorce D.. Nazareth. Pa. . . 795 
Stocker. ^ratrida C Nazareth. Pa. . . 474 
Stocker. Harry E.. Northlield. Minn... 2r>4 

Stocker. Susan C. Niskey. Pa SS 

Stocker. Wm.. Philadelphia. Pa ^5S 

Stocker. William F.. Bethlehem. Pa. 1497 

Stout. Clara O.. Bethlehem. Pa j583 

Stoui, Hiarry E.. Bethlehem. Pa 283 

Stout, R. Paul. Bethlehem, Pa 848 

Stout, Stella, Trexlertown. Pa 1458 

Straub. Emma L.. Camden. N. J. . . 485 
Strauble, Mary. Philadelphia. Pa. ... 1317 
Strausburger, Alice, Bethlehem, Pa. . . 760 
Straus.s, Anua M., Philadelphia, Pa. 1288 
Stratford. Kathallne, Jersey City. N. J. 1288 
Stuber, Rebecca 157 



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GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



Name. Location. No. 

Stucky, Sarah, Ohio 774 

Strupe, Sarah E;., Olemmous, N. C. . 1250 

Styers, Sarah, North Carol iua 1605 

siiess, Hattie E., So. Bethlehem, Pa. 901 

Super, Francis, 892 

Super, Mary li., Athens, 392 

Super. Ralph C, 392 

Sutton. Lola A., Bethany Heights, Neb. 892 

Swaim. Anna M.. Salem, N. C 49 

Swansberry. :\Iaud :\I.. Altlen, Pa 821 

Swartley. Sarah A.. Frickville, Pa. . . 702 

Sweitzer. Harriet. Easton. Pa 275 

Sweitzer, John W., Phillipsburg. N. J. 832 

T 

Talbot, Bessie 1443 

Tate, Annetta, Greenboro, N. C 916 

Tate, Ida \., Greenboro, N. 916 

Tavis, Julia 1489 

Taylor, Alice, Olney, 111 935 

Teayne, Susan A., Wallburg, N. C. . . 1241 

Temple, Josephine, Dayton, Tenn 667 

Thomas, Bertha 1472 

Thomas, Clara C, Belfast. Pa 495 

Thomas. Clara. Salem, N. C 663 

Tnomson, Carrie L., Detroit, Mich... 855 

Tinkel, Amanda, Boliver. Mo 564 

Tolle, Josephine A., Dayton, Tenn. . . 667 

Telle. Philip S., Dayton, Tenn 1284 

Torrey, Clara A., Nyssa, Oregon 981 

Tosh. Alice J., Catasauqua, Pa. . . .•*. 1122 

Transue, George A,. Scranton, Pa. . . 828 

Transue, Seloma R., Easton, Pa 274 

TreadAvay, T'^ancy, Hope, Ind 64V» 

Trein, Eugene D., Nazareth, Pa 1065 

Trein, Israel D., Nazareth, Pa 458 

Trein, Louisa C, Nazareth, Pa 133 

Trein, Lucinda, Nazareth. Pa 953 

Trein, Sarah, Easton, Pa 948 

Trein, Stephen A.. Nazareth. Pa 463 

Trein. William. Nazareth, Pa 459 

Trotter. Emma M.. Anderson. Ind. . . 1671 

Ti-no. Edna E.. Fair Haven, Mo 1538 

Trumbauer. Emelia. Allentown. Pa.. . 439 

Trumbore. Rebecca, Allentown, Pa. . . 631 

Tudor, Bessie E., Salem, N. C 1536 

u 

Iieberroth. G.. So. Bethlehem, Pa. . . 1027 

TJhlpr, Catherine. Nazareth. Pa 79<i 

THiler. David W 402 

TJhler, Harry G 403 

IThler, Jacob A.. Greenville, N. J 398 

TThler. Louisa C, Easton, Pa 105 

Ullerv, Wilhelmina, South Bend, Ind.. 393 

Umstead, Emma E., Bethlehem. Pa. 1362 



Name Location. .No. 

V 

\ aux, Elenora, Aiieutown, Pa 875 

\ ogenitz, Anna L. Ohio, 74 

Vogenitz, Alfred, Allentown, Pa 1044 

Vogenitz, Albert C, Ohio 74 

Vogenitz, Clara L., Ohio 74. 

Vogenitz, Edmund, 48o 

Vogenitz, Franklin F 4*^9 

Vogenitz, F. L., Merchantville, N. J. . . 1023 

Vogenitz, I. B., New CommerstOAvin, O. 298 

Vogenitz, James, Allentown, Pa 1045 

Vogenitz, Loren 872 

Vogenitz, Maiy A., Allentown, Pa. . . 123 

^'ogenitz, O., New Comm'Ci-stowu, O.. . 299 

Vogenitz, Robert P 297 

^'ogelnitz, Robert P 871 

Vogenitz, Russell 873 

Vogenitz. William F., Eimaus, Pa. . . 435 

Vogler, Laura. Easton. Pa 526 

V ogt, Mary C, Nazareth. Pa 794 

Volzer, Gertrude E 1425 

Vreeland, Jesse A., Border City, N. Y. 1345 

Vreeland, Mary, N. Y 733 

Vreeland. Peter L., Bozeman, Mo. . . , 733 

Vreeland, Wm. C, Providence, R. I. 1344 

w 

^^'aggoner, Mary A., Ravenna, 1009 

Wnl]). P'rank L., Northampton, Pa. . . 1698 
A\'alp. M-Avy E., Northampton, Pa. 1021 
\> alp. Ralph B., Northampton, Pa. . . 1022 

Walter, Ellen C, Nazareth, Pa 482 

Walter, Floyd H., Nazareth, Ja 1109 

Walter, Sabina M., Nazareth, Pa 512 

Ward, Eiiima J., Bethlehem, Pa. . . . . 705 
Warman, M. C, Fort Washington, Pa. 1104 

Watson, Laura B.. Hope, Ind 1597 

Wear, Alice E.. Bethlehem. Pa 523 

A\eaver, Katie V., Nazareth, Pa. ... 1094 

Weber, Bemhard, Rockford, 111 690 

Weber, Bernhard W., Yai'dley, Pa. . . 1552 
Weber. Charlotte E., Bethlehem, Pa. 215 

Weber. Clvde B., Rockford, 111 1555 

Weber. Ilarrv F., Wheeling, W. Va. 1549 

Wel>er, Henry T., Ti-enton, N. J 692 

Weber, John R., Trenton, N. J 1550 

Wehmeier. Miary A., Philadelphia, Pa. 1520 
Weidiaw, Minnie* B., Bloomville, O. . . 1683 

Weidner. Alic^ Seidersville, Pa 710 

Weidiner, H. 1?laude, Allentown, Pa. 1336 
Weinland. George D., Hope, Ind. . . 585 

Weinland, Louisa, Hope, Ind 169 

Weiser. Ellen M., Bethlehem, Pa. . . 758 
Weiser. Wdlliam U., Bethlehem, Pa. 1359 

Weisner. Ida E 1653 

Weisner, Sarah E 165® 

Welfare, Eliza. N. C 397 

Weltv, Mary, Nazareth. Pa 3089 



GENEALOGICAL INDEX. 



387 



Name. Location. No. 

Werkheiser, Adoline 37i; 

Werkheiser, Cliiitou, Wilmiugtou, Del. 990 

Werkheiser, Henry P., Bethlehem, Pa. 991 

West, Mary P., Philadelphia, Pa 1291 

West, Pearl, Berwick, Pa. ll(jfe 

Whelancl, M. C, Gnadeuhutteii. O. . . 819 

White, Florence H., Eastoii, Pa. . . 1394 

Whitesell, Elizabeth, Nazareth, Pa. . . 24 

Whittlesey. Adelia, Indianapolis, Ind. 389 

Whittlesey, George B., Chicago, 111. . . 100(i 

Whittlesey, H. C. St. Paul, Minn... 1008 

W^iese, Maria . . ., Keystone. la 1435 

Williams, Jennie. Philadelphia, Pa... 1105 

Williamson. Birdie S.. Belfast. Pa... 1096 

Wilson, Emma P., Allentown. Pa. . . 881 

Wilson, Sarah J.. So. I'.ethleliem, Pa. 1358 

Wilton. Elemina. Betlilehem. I'a 751 

Winget. Judith. Zaleski. 295 

Winegarden. Cora, Harris1)urg. Pa... 1204 

Witmire. Emma, Berwick. Pa 1193 

Wohlbach. Addle E., Bethlehem, Pa.. . 1323 

\^'olilbaeh. Laura M.. Easton. Pa. . . 498 

Wolf, Allen D., Allentown, Pa 321 

Wolf, Emma, Allentown. Pa 569 

Wolf. Edwin J.. Allentown. Pa 321 

Wolf. George T... Strourlsburg. Pa. . . 904 

Wolf. Henry C. Philadelphia, Pa... 323 

Wolf. Julian. Allentown. Pa 81 

Wolf. Lewis H.. Allentown. Pa 320 

Wolf. :\rilton K.. Allentown. Pa 90.'? 

Wolle. Angelica L.. Lititz. Pa 286 

Wolle. Charles E., Barnsham. Pa. . . 852 

Wolle. Esther E.. Lititz. Pa 286 

Wolle, Joseph A.. Germantown. Pa. 1406 

Wo!ie. Robert N.. Lititz. Pa 853 



Name Location. No. 

Wollenberg, Mamie, Baltimore, Md. . . 334 

Wominack, Elizabeth 1527 

Wommack, James C. Clemmous. X. C. 640 

Wommack. Jas. E.. Wilmington. N. C. 1533 

Wommack. Rebecca A 196 

Wommack. Roswell. Salem, N. C 1480 

Wommack. R. L.. Charlotte, N. C 1256 

Woodrow. Anna E.. Camden, N. J... 487 

Woolman. Lydia M.. So. Bend, Ind 1012 

Whight. Eliza L.. Allentown, Pa. . . 1028 

Wunderling. Carrie. Bethlehem, Pa. . . 329 

Wunderling. Lizzie M.. Nazareth. Pa. 502 

A\'underling. Martha. Bethlehem. Pa.. 329 

Wynings. Lou'sa. Nescopec. Pa 1155 

Y 

Yeisley, Mabel 1686 

Yoe. Eliza. Berwick. Pa 172 

Yoe. Sarah 1619 

Yohey. Artie L.. Berwick. Pa 118G 

Yohey. Owen. BerAvick. Pa 594 

Yost. Mnry. Bethlehem. Pa 1567 

Yost. Olevia C Bethlehem, Pa 236 

Yost. Samuel H 1571 

Yost. Salome. Bethlehem. Pa 236 

Young. Clara. Nazareth. Pa 489 

Young. Edna R.. Belfast. Pa 497 

Youngling. Taylorsville. Ind 344 

z 

Zachrias. Pollen D.. Canton, Pa 307 

Ziegler, Ellen M.. Ronany. Pa 1314 

Ziegler. Rebecca E 205 

Zuch. Delilah C. Sacramento, Cal.... 670 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX. 



Abel, Rev. AUeu E. (9721 350 

Balcom, Luciuda (247) 340 

Baskins, Haittie (730) 35*J 

Bates, Harriet (12(jj 317 

Bauder. Harvey F. (1033) 31(5 

Beck, Anna Rosina (Svo) 288 

Boerster, Arauiiuta (112) 269 

Brueh, EJiza J. (245) 341 

Brucb, Elmer C. (709) 343 

Brueli, Erwin J. (707) 343 

Brunner, Henrietta (32o) 310 

Cargay, Alice C. (535) 320 

Clewell, Alexander (7b) 311 

Clewell, Alexander D. (281) 292 

Clew-ell, Arthnr (4. (7.32i 280 

Clewell, Angustus A. (334) 330 

Clewell, Augustus B. (573) 353 

Clewell, August H. ((j4) 311 

Clewell, Aaron X. (147) 305 

Clewell. Abraham (3) 278 

Clewell, Abraham (20) 279 

Clewell. Albert B. (5G5) 314 

Clewell. Albert A. (258) 34(i 

Clewell, Charles M. (001) 325 

Clewell, Charles H. (73l) 360 

Clewell, Charles H. (417) 340 

Clewell. Cihnrles ^V. (995) 352 

Clewell, C-lirist an (599) 34S 

Clewell. Clni>tina (17i 277 

Clewell. C. Kenatus (91) 313 

Clewell. Ifaniel (14i 2(J3 

i leweil. Ell win (272) 300 

Clewell, Eugene A. (41(i) 332 

Clewell, Eugene F. (84 » 311 

Clewell. Francis (8) 280 

Clewell. Francis T. (132) 32;{ 

Clewell, Frances C. (84) 311 

Clewell. Frances E. (230) 333 

Clewell, Frank H. C. (982) 352 

Clewen, i-'i'anklin .V. (:!72) 331 

( Mewell, F. Thomas (30) 28.3 

Cie>\ell, ILiii-iel .M. (5<:3) 323 

C!;"\vpll. Harry M (114) 340 

Clewell. lleiiry C. (ll-ll 278 

Clewell. Henry (J. (93i 288 

Clewell. Henrv .1. (107) 291 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX. 389 

Clewell, Heury S. (139) 299 

Ciewell, Jacob L. (28) 357 

Clewell. Jacob L. (lltj) 358 

Clewell, Jacob L. (728) 358 

Clewell, Jacob (11) 282 

Clewell, JamiBS B. (tJ5) 311 

Clewell. James L. (230) 383 

Clewell, Jeremiab S. (G02) 325 

Clewell, J. Harry (107) 314 

Clewell. J. Philii) (7(t) 285 

Clewell, J. Reuben (13(i) .308 

Clewell. J. aamuel (34) 287 

Ciewell. .John ((>) 289 

Clewell. John (13) 2(33 

01e^\-eill. Joseph (l(i) 2G3 

Clewell, Joseph (27) 307 

Clewell. Joseph L. (2r>7) 346 

Cleweil. Josiiih ((;2.''>) 292 

Clewell. Julianiia (2) 276 

Clev.'ell. -awreut-ec A. (379) 351 

Clewlell. Lewis B. (140) 265 

Clewell, Rev. Lewis P. (284) 267 

Clewell. Maria M. (2) 266 

Clewell. Martin H. (544) 318 

Clewell. M(HW-oe L. (479) 328 

Clewell, Nathaniel (2) 27(5 

Clewell, Nathaniel (9) 281 

Clewell. Owen J. (303) 306 

Clewell. Reubeu (185) 332 

Clewell. Rev. Robert E. (849) 297 

Clewell, Rushia (2) 278 

Clewell. Salonia (2) 278 

(.Mewell, SalDUin M. (3i 278 

Clewell. Samuel J. (132) 323 

Clewell. William (\ (37rn 331 

Clewell, \\ illiam F. {4"^) 309 

Clewell, William IL (120) 325 

Clewell, William H. (421 ) 345 

Clewell, William H, (575) 320 

Clewell. Will'am M. (741) 356 

Clewell. Wll-on S. (.14-1) 327 

Clewell. Sydney A. (108) 269 

Clewell, Thomas (29) 307 

Clewell, Rev. Theophilus (280) 300 

Cojihill. Caroline (921) 335 

Crou>-'e. James R. (.".'71 347 

Crouthamel. Maria C. (7(»1) 356 

Clauss. Elizabeth (12) '-71 



390 BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX. 

Clewell, Joseph (75) 2'.)l» 

Glewell, Sarah (G) 2i1U 

Clewell, Reuben H. (1G3) 3o3 

Daily, Henrietta W. (119) 317 

Danke, Alfred (127) 317 

Danke, Anna M. (7) 290 

Davis, John (707) 351 

Ebbecke, Anna C. (IS) 275 

Ebbecke, Christian L. (89) 313 

Ebbecke, Anna C. (18) 275 

Fehr, Francis G. (465) 337 

Fehr, Isaac S. (473) 337 

Fehr, James H. (462) 337 

Fehr, J. Joseph (318) 331 

Fehr, Oliver L. (507) 303 

Fehr, Rev. William H. (898) 336 

Friebely, Anna E. (141) 334 

Fulkersou, Christina (38) ; 272 

Fulkerson, William F. (153) 298 

Gambold, Edward H. (671) 339 

Gambold, John (209) 333 

Gambold, Julius A. (1496) 360 

Hay, Augusta E. (428) 313 

Heckedorn, Catherine (5) 270 

Hoch, Otto M. (1429) 305 

Hoch, Rev. \v illiam H. (922) 335 

Johnson, Sarah A. (637) 51 

Kampman, Albert (524) 321 

Keller, Loviua A. (145) 301 

Klewell, Abraham C. (97) 281 

Koehler, Elizabeth (4) 278 

Kreuser, Anna D. (10) 282 

Lachenaur, Elizabeth (12) 271 

Levering, Anna C. (18) 275 

Levering, Bishop J. M. ^932) 294 

Loux, Charles W. (1064) 273 

Loux, Sabina (457) 319 

Luckenbach, Andi'ew A. (212) 333 

Luckenbaeh, Clarence O. (111:!) 340 

Luckenbach, David O. (675) 359 

Luckenbach, Rev. Leon (1300) 346 

Luckenbach, Rosina (23) 359 

Luckenbach, Samuel D. (706) 338 

Mahaffey, Minnie (1249) 310 

Miksch, Amos C. (310) 310 

Miksch. Elizabeth (7i) 272 

Miller, Phillipplne (33) 287 

Odenwelder. Kussel C. (830) 322 



BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX. 39 1 

Oerter, iieiiry J. (151) 21)9 

Pearson, Italeigh (1529) 300 

Pfeiffer, James A. (1568) 303 

Phelps, AxMie (887) 33U 

Reed, Marcus J. (724) 351 

Regennas, Cornelia (168) 359 

Regeunas, Dr. Eiugene (584) 359 

Rice, Carrie A. (415) 330 

Ricksecker, Olevia A. (285) 315 

Rominger, Eve Rosina (47) 309 

Rominger, William x. (638) 329 

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