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Transcribed by Vincent E. Summers vsummers@nrao.edu for the Dauphin County Pennsylvania Genealogy Transcription Project
Date of transcription: 13 Oct 2000
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THE ENDERS FAMILY

 

  1. PHILIP CHRISTIAN ENDERS, b. July 22, 1740, in Braunsigweiler, District of Zugenheim, Nassau, Germany; d. February 26, 1809, in Halifax township, Dauphin county, Pa. After completing his education he entered the military service of his sovereign, William Heinrich, Prince of Nassau, participating in numerous battles of the "Seven Yearsĺ War." For gallantry and other soldierly qualities he was promoted to a captaincy in the Royal cavalry. He subsequently resigned his commission, and on May 13, 1764, married Anna Degen, daughter of Conrad Degen, of Sippertsfield, Nassau. A few months later he came to America, accompanied by his bride. His first settlement was in Philadelphia, and later in this part of then Lancaster county. In 1788 he purchased a tract of over 1,300 acres of land in Up0per Paxtang township. On this he permanently located, and here his last years peacefully passed away. He was one of the founders of Fetterhoff church, erected the first saw mill in the valley, taught the first school, and bore a leading part in many other enterprises. In 1796 his wife and eldest son, John Philip, died and were buried a few rods from the cabin of the old settler. Thirteen years later the husband and father was laid by their side. He lived a long, useful and honored life, and his descendants have cause to thank God that their ancestor deserves their reverence, respect and gratitude. His children were:
  1. John-Henry, b. 1765; d.s.p.
  1. ii. John-Philip, b. April 26, 1766; m. Elizabeth ___.
  2. ´´´.Margaret, b. April 21, 1768; d.s.p.

  3. iv. Ann-Elizabeth, b. December 15, 1769; m., first, Adam Kreeger; secondly John Shoener.
  4. υ. [A son], b. July, 1771; d.s.p.

  5. vi. George-Michael, b. July 12, 1772; m. Elizabeth Crum.
  6. υ´´. John-George, b. March 11, 1774; d. 1825 in Dauphin county; m. Catharine Bowman, and left a large family.

    υ´´´. [A son], b. April, 1776; d.s.p.

  7. ix. Margaret-Martha (called Eva Margaret in her fatherĺs will), b. January 24, 1778; m. Isaac Baughman.

χ. Christiana, b. July 24, 1779; m. John Miller, and their numerous descendants are scattered over many States.

χii. Catharine, b. March 25, 1783; d. in 1844; m. Peter Phillips; a number of their children live in Bellville, O.; he was a soldier in the war of 1812-14; removed to Ohio in 1839, but after the death of his wife returned to Pennsylvania, where he died October 2, 1860.

χiii.[A son], b.January 11, 1785; d.s.p.

χiv.John-Conrad (twin), b. January 11, 1785; d. December 5, 187 he inherited the old homestead which is now in the possession of his youngest son, Daniel.

 

  1. JOHN PHILIP ENDERS (Philip-Christian), b. April 26, 1766, in Philadelphia; d. October, 1794, in Dauphin county; m. Elizabeth ___, and had children:
  1. i. Philip, b. August 15, 1790; m. Anna Hummel.
  1. Susanna, b. June 25, 1791; m. Leonard Peters; of their descendants, nearly all reside in Pennsylvania.
  2. John, b. August 25, 1792; went West when young, and all trace of him lost.

 

  1. ANNA ELIZABETH ENDERS (Philip-Christian), b. December 15, 1769, in Lancaster county, Pa.; d. in Crawford county, Ohio, many years ago; m., first, Adam Kreeger a tailor by trade, who died in Cumberland county, Pa.; and there was issue (surname Kreeger):
  1. John, d. in 1878, s.p.; was a minister in the Church of God.
  2. Jacob, d. April 7, 1850, in Galion, Ohio; m. Anna Campbell, and had issue, besides four children d. in infancy (surname Kreeger):
  1. Sarah-Jane, b. January 22, 1828; m. John Hindman.
  2. Elizabeth-F., b. September 7, 1829; m. Milton Penders; reside in Indiana.
  3. Jacob-C., b. May 21, 1833; resides in New Orleans.
  4. Jeremiah-W., b. April 11, 1838; m. Prudence Love; reside in Indiana.
  5. Mary-A., b. April 7, 1842; m. William Angle.
  6. Benjamin-F., b. April 22, 1843; m. Sarah A. Scott; reside in Galion, Ohio.
  7. Joseph-R., b. January 15, 1845; married.
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  9. Amanda-J., b. January 11, 1847; m. John Warden
  1. Margaret, m. Michael Watson.
  2. Elizabeth, m. John Rose.

Mrs. Kreeger afterwards m. John Shoener, a clock maker; they emigrated to Ohio, where they both deceased; no children.

 

  1. GEORGE MICHAEL ENDERS (Philip-Christian), b. July 12, 1772; d. October, 1831, in Dauphin county, Pa.; m. Elizabeth Crum, and had issue:

 

  1. Jacob, d. March 16, 1857, s.p.
  2. Elizabeth, b. October 25, 1799; m. Christian Zimmerman, and had eleven children.
  3. Catharine, m. Michael Hummel; had one son.
  4. Sarah, b. February 18, 1810; m. Frederick Eberween; resided in Winterset, Iowa.
  5. William, b. April 28, 1812; m. and resided in Harrisburg.

 

  1. MARGARET MARTHA ENDERS (Philip-Christian), b. January 24, 1778; d. March 29, 1864, in Ohio; m. Isaac Baughman, d. July 25, 1869, in Knox county, Ohio, whence he emigrated with his family in 1848; was a miller by trade. They had issue (surname Baughman):
  1. John, b. June 3, 1802; d. near Chambersburg, Pa.; m. and had a large family.
  2. Samuel, b. January 30, 1804; a son, Jeremiah, resides at Fort Wayne, Ind.
  3. Elizabeth, b. January 28, 1807; m. John Ventling, and had seven children.
  4. Margaret, b. March 4, 1809; m. ___ Reed; resided at Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
  5. Sarah, b. February 5, 1811; m. Peter Hoke.
  6. Mary, b. June 21, 1812; m. Rev. Solomon McHenry; had seven children.
  7. Catharine, b. March 29, 1814; m. ___ Wingert, and had six children.
  8. Isaac, b. July 5, 1817; d. January 15, 1883; m., and left three children.
  9. Rosanna, b. March 14, 1818; resided at Chambersburg, Pa.
  10. William-C., b. March 15, 1822; was a miller; m. Frances Wingert, and had twelve children.

 

  1. PHILIP ENDERS (John-Philip, Philip-Christian), b. August 15, 1790; d. 1874, in Genesee county, Mich.; removed to Erie county, N. Y., in 1827, and shortly after to Genesee county, Mich.; m. Anna Hummel, and there was issue:
  1. Sarah, m. William Myers.
  2. Lucy, m. Benjamin Ineasly.
  3. Samuel, m. Nancy Rhodes.
  4. Jeremiah, m., and resides in Australia.
  5. George-W., m., and resides in Genesee county, Mich.
  6. Elizabeth, m. B. Brosius.
  7. Norman, a farmer living in Genesee county, Mich.
  8. Mary-A., m. Abraham Mastin.
  9. Harry-H., m., and resides in Michigan.
  10. Martha, d. in infancy.
  11. Almeda, d. in infancy.
  12. Franklin, d.s.p.

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FAHNESTOCK FAMILY.

 

  1. DIEDRICK FAHNESTOCK, son of Laborius Fahnestock was born February 2, 1696, in Halten in the district of Hagen, Province of Westphalia, Prussia, emigrated to America in 1726, first settled on the Raritan, New Jersey, but a few years later we find him at Ephrata, now Lancaster county, Pa. He subsequently took up a tract of three hundred and twenty-nine acres of land which was surveyed to him October 12, 1735. He died in Cocalico township on the 10th of October, 1775, his will being proved January 22, 1776. Diedrick Fahnestock married prior to his emigration to America, Anna Margaretta Hertz, b. July 23, 1702; d. September 29, 1783. Of their children the two eldest were born on the old homestead at Halten on the Rhine. One sister accompanied the family, Elizabeth, who married Henry Dierdorf at Amwell, N. J.; subsequently another sister, Armella, came to AmericaŚshe united with the Seventh Day Baptist society at Ephrata. "It was not for the comforts of this life," wrote Diedrick Fahnestock, "but in the hope of finding people of more congenial religious faith," that induced him to emigrate to Pennsylvania, and he found them at Ephrata. His family were:
  1. i. Casper, b. April 11, 1724, m. Maria Catharine Gleim.
  1. Andrew, b. ___ 1726, d. on shipboard, near the American coast, and buried in New York.

 

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  1. iii. Peter, b. March 3, 1730, m. Elizabeth Bolthouser.
  2. iv. Diedrick, b. December 25, 1733; m. Esther Bauman.
  3. v. John, b. 1735; m., first, Rebecca Groff; secondly, Catharine Studabaker <sic>.
  4. vi. Daniel, b. 1793; m., first, Ellen Lustin; secondly, Catharine Rider.
  5. υ´´. Joseba, b. 1742; d. June 20, 1816; m. John Urie.

  6. υ´´´. Benjamin, b. May 2, 1747; m., first, Catharine Garber; secondly, Christiana Underwood.
  7. ´χ. Borius, b. May 9, 1744; m. Elizabeth Enders.

 

  1. CASPER FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. April 11, 1724, in Halten-on-the-Rhine; d. August 17, 1808, in Lancaster county, Pa.; m., about 1760, Maria Catharine Gleim, b. 1739; d. August 5, 1805, in Lancaster county, Pa.; daughter of John Godfreid Gleim, of Wiesbaden, Germany. They had issue:
  1. i. Charles, b. February 1, 1761; m. Susan Smith.

´´. Daniel, b. January 11, 1763; d. May 30, 1830; unm.

  1. Esther, b. 1766; d. 184884; m. Casper Smith.
  2. Diedrick, b. March 14, 1771; d. January 18, 1821; unm.
  3. Catharine, b. March 3, 1774; d. August 9, 1853; m. Solomon Gorgas.

 

  1. PETER FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. March 3, 1730, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. September 15, 1805; m. Elizabeth Bolthouser. They had issue:
  1. Sarah, b. April 30, 1758; d. January 30, 1792; unm.
  1. ´´. Samuel, b. March 27, 1761; m., first, Hannah Studebaker; secondly, Eleanor Sweigart.
  2. ´´´.Conrad, b. July 19, 1763; m. Mary Hallacker.
  3. ´υ. Hannah, b. October 8, 1767; d. January 16, 1844; m. John Landis.

  4. v. Obed, b. July 25, 1770; m. Anna Maria Gessell.
  1. Margaretta, b. March 5, 1772; d. June 12, 1847; m. Benj. Konigmacher.
  2. Peter, b. 1776.
  3. Elizabeth, b. March 24, 1779; d. May 20, 1837; m. Dr. Daniel Fahnestock.
  4. Andrew, b. November 29, 1781; d. February 5, 1863; was a Seventh Day Baptist preacher; m. Margaret Graver, and had issue:

 

  1. DIEDRICK FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. December 25, 1733, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. December 20, 1805; m. Esther Bauman, b. May 27, 1740, at Ephrata; d. December 6, 1792. They had issue:

i. Mary, b. October 2, 1762; m., first, ___ Rudisell; secondly, George Buehler.

  1. ii. Samuel, b. March 16, 1764; m. Rebecca Baker.

´´´. Anna, b. July 31, 1765.

´υ. Esther, b. April 26, 1767; d. December 6, 1792; m. Jacob Kimmel.

υ. Margaret, b. December 8, 1768; m. John Bauman.

  1. Joseba, b. December 2, 1770; d.s.p.
  2. Peter, b. April 4, 1772; m. Susan Bauman, and had issue.
  3. Daniel, b. December 18, 1773; d. July 29, 1829; m. Elizabeth Fahnestock, b. 1779; d. May 31, 1837, and had issue.
  4. Joseba, b. July 18, 1775; m. John Hay.
  5. Susanna, b. March 8, 1777; m., first, Michael Pfoutz; secondly, ___ Brubaker.
  6. Christiana, b. September 11, 1780.
  7. John, b. September 21, 1781; d. 1827; m. Mary Bush, b. 1799; d. March 10, 1840, and had issue.
  8. Salome, b. December 30, 1784; d. 1803.

 

  1. JOHN FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. 1735, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. May 22, 1812, at Pittsburgh; m., first, in 1766, Rebecca Groff, d. January 12, 1773. They had issue:
  1. Molly, b. 1767; m. C. Studebaker.
  1. ii. Jacob, b. December 5, 1769; m. Salome Fahnestock.
  2. ´´´. Henry, b. March 6, 1772; m. Elizabeth Brindle.

John Fahnestock (Diedrick), m., secondly, Catharine Studebaker, b. 1745; d. May 13, 1822, at Pittsburgh. They had issue:

´υ. Rebecca, b. July 7, 1775; d. December 3, 1832; m. Joseph Konigmacher.

υ. Hanna, b. 1780; d. 1866; m. Jacob Bollinger.

 

  1. DANIEL FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. 1739 in Cocalico township, Lancaster county.

 

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Pa.; m., first, in 1773, Ellen Lustin, and they had issue:

  1. i. Daniel, b. February 23, 1774; m. Elizabeth Rider.
  2. ´´. William, b. 1776; m. Esther Rider.

´´´. Mary, b. 1777;p m. Joseph Hallopter.

´υ. Sarah, b. 1778; m. Andrew Trummus.

υ. Esther, b. April 13, 1779; d. April 18, 1855; m. Frederick Rider.

Daniel Fahnestock m., secondly, Catharine Rider, and had issue:

υ´. Margaret, m. Daniel Bollinger.

υ´´. Barbara.

υ´´´. Frederick.

´χ. Eleanor, d. August 22, 1840; m. M. Boyer.

χ. Joseph, d.s.p.

 

  1. BENJAMIN FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. May 2, 1747, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. February 27, 1820, in Adams county, Pa.; m., 1st, October 9, 1770, Catharine Garber, b. February 26, 1750; d. July 17, 1793. They had issue:
  1. i. George, b. September , 1772; m., 1st, Mary Aughenbaugh; 2d, Barbara Fisher.
  2. ´´. John, b. July 3, 1774; m. Catharine Wallich.
  3. ´´´. Margaret, b. May 19, 1776.

  4. ´υ. Henry, b. April 22, 1778; m. Catharine Latshaw.
  5. υ. Esther, b. March 22, 1780.

    υ´. Christiana, b. June 7, 1782; m., December 19, 1802, Peter Aughenbaugh, of Adams county, Pa.

  6. υ´´. Peter, b. April 15, 1784; m. Mary Fahnestock.
  7. υ´´´. Benjamin, b. August 18, 1787; m. Elizabeth L. Smith.

´χ. Emanuel, b. May 4, 1790; d. July 14, 1791.

Benjamin Fahnestock m., secondly, Christiana Underwood; and had issue:

χ. Joseba, b. July 10, 1796; d. May 11, 1872; m. Dr. Bauman.

 

  1. BORIUS FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick), b. May 9, 1749, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. January 9, 1820; m., October 17, 1772, Elizabeth Enders, b. December, 1752. They had issue:

´. Salome, b. November 4, 1773; m. Jacob Fahnestock.

  1. ´´. Diedrick, b. October 20, 1775; m. Sarah Deardorf.
  2. ´´´. Samuel, b. August 22, 1777.

    ´υ. Joseba, b. January 14, 1780; m. Jacob Gardner.

    υ. Elizabeth, b. April 3, 1782; m. Thomas Reed.

    υ´. Mary, b. May 24, 1784; d. July 22, 1866; m. Peter Fahnestock.

    υ´´. Diana, b. January 16, 1787; m. Jacob Housel.

    υ´´´.Benjamin, b. May 13, 1790; m. Ann C. Clemens, and had Alexena-M., McAtee, and Elizabeth, m. G. Aughinbaugh <sic?>.

    ´χ. Jacob, b. January 7, 1792.

    χ. John, b. December 4, 1794.

  3. χ´. Daniel-Enders, b. January 6, 1800; m. Mary Fahnestock.

 

  1. CHARLES FAHNESTOCK (Casper, Diedrick), b. February 1, 1761, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. January 16, 1837, in Chester county, Pa.; m. Susan Smith, b. September 24, 1768; d. September 14, 1814, in Chester county, Pa. They had issue:
  2. ´. Catharine, b. January 29, 1787; d. April 23, 1867; m. Joseph Phillips.

    ´´. John, b. August 23, 1788; d. September, 1849, unm.

    ´´´. Casper, b. November 12, 1789; d. March 4, 1871; m. Jemima P. Morgan, and had issue: Charles-S., m. Jane E. Bowman; Edwin-F., Josephine, Casper-C., m. Mary Jean Dean, John, Henry, Susan, Catharine, Jemima, and George-Mayer, m. Philena S. Thompson.

    ´υ. Mary, b. April 13, 1791; m. J. F. Steinman.

    υ. Charles, b. December 23, 1793; d. July, 1820, unm.

    υ´. Susanna, b. October 13, 1795; d. July 1832, unm.

    υ´´. Rebecca, b. November 4, 1797; d. March 14, 1827, unm.

    υ´´´. Henry, b. October 18, 1798; d. November 19, 1822, unm.

    ´χ. Esther, b. 1800; d. January 12, 1866; m. Ernmer Elton.

    χ. Elizabeth, b. March 16, 1804; d. August 14, 1807.

    χ´. Hannah, b. March 6, 1806; d. August 27, 1826, unm.

    χ´´. William, b. March 21, 1808; m.. Ann Elizabeth Earnest, and had issue.

    χ´´´. Edwin, b. 1810, d.s.p.

    χ´υ. Washington, b. 1812, d.s.p.

     

  3. SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK (Peter, Diedrick)
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    b. March 27, 1761, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. June 29, 1830; m., first, Hannah Studebaker, b. October 15, 1755; d. October 13, 1825. They had issue:

    ´. Elizabeth, b. July 6, 1785; d. September 18, 1812.

    ´´. Rebecca, b. January 12, 1787; m. Daniel Fundenberg.

    ´´´. Peter, b. October 9, 1788; m., first, November 19, 1819, Mary Kunkel; secondly, Eliza C. Poe; thirdly, Caroline C. Geakle.

    ´υ. Samuel, b. March 11, 1791; d.s.p.

    υ. Catharine, b. December 11, 1792; d. February 15, 1868; m. George Reeser.

    υ´. George, b. November 26, 1795; d. October 27, 1804.

    υ´´. Samuel, b. November 4, 1797; d. May 13, 1869; m., first, Eliza Heiser; secondly, Mary Murray; and left issue by both.

  5. CONRAD FAHNESTOCK (Peter, Diedrick), b. July 19, 1763, near Ephrata, Pa.; d. September 20, 1803, at Middletown, Dauphin county, Pa.; received a fair education at the German School, Ephrata, and learned the art of printing with the Brethren; came to Harrisburg in 1791 and engaged with his brother Obed in merchandising; subsequently he entered into partnership with Benjamin Mayer in the publication of the Morgenrothe or "Dutch Aurora," as it was commonly called; under the infamous alien and sedition act of the administration of the elder Adams, Messrs. Mayer & Fahnestock were arrested by United States officers and thrown into prison, but promptly released on bail; they were never tried. Shortly afterwards Mr. Fahnestock retired from the printing business and entered the mercantile trade at Middletown, where he died. The Oracle speaks of him as "an industrious, honest and valuable member of society." Mr. Fahnestock m. Mary Hallacker. They had issue:
  1. Joseph, b. April 9, 1792; d.s.p.
  2. Peter, b. June 9, 1793; d. February 6, 1872, at Ephrata; m. Salome Landis, and had Susan, Samuel, m. Mary Bollinger, Conrad, John, m. Maria Bollinger, Mary, m. Adam Ream, and Reuben, m. Catharine Keller.
  3. Samuel, b. February 12, 1795; d.s.p.
  4. Anna, b. May 31, 1800; m. Christian Bomberger.

 

  1. OBED FAHNESTOCK (Peter, Diedrick), b. February 25, 1770, near Ephrata, Pa.; d. March 2, 1840, at Harrisburg, Pa.; was brought up to mercantile pursuits, and removed to Harrisburg about 1795, where he entered into business; he seems to have been a man of considerable intelligence and prominence, as almost thirty years of his life were spent in office; was coroner from November 3, 1802, to November 3, 1805; director of the poor from 1811 to 1813; one of the associate judges of the county from November 12, 1813, to July 30, 1818, appointed by Governor Snyder, when, owing to his dislike of Samuel D. Franks, who had been appointed president judge of the courts, he resigned; was burgess of the borough 1820 and 1821, frequently a member of the council, and served as prothonotary from January 17, 1824, to January 29, 1830. Judge Fahnestock m., April 19, 1796, Anna Maria Gessell, b. January 9, 1777, at Brickersville, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. December 3, 1847, at Harrisburg, Pa. They had issue:
  2. SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK (Diedrick, Diedrick), b. March 16, 1764, near Ephrata, Pa.; d. December 8, 1836, at Lancaster, Pa.; m. Rebecca Baker, b. September 28, 1770; d. October 25, 1862. They had issue:
  1. Sarah, b. June 29, 1789.
  2. Diedrick, b. August 28, 1790; d. June 9, 1860.

 

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´´´. Mary, b. December 20, 1791; d. March 17, 1876; m. D. E. Fahnestock.

´υ. Esther, b. July 3, 1793; d. February 20, 1877; m. James Hueston.

υ. George, b. December 2, 1795; d. February 21, 1870, at Philadelphia; m. Catharine S. Cox, and had Arnold-Baker; Eliza, m. Joseph Stoddard; Mary-Ann, m. Henry Stoddard; Return-E., Susan, m. F. Lasher; Emma, m., first, Isaac Ellmaker; secondly, Dr. H. A. Fahnestock; Catharine, George, Elizabeth-Bates, Louisa, m. Joseph Juel, and Margaret, M. Clarence Nouse.

υ´. William-B., b. October 13, 1801; m. Maria Reigard, and had issue.

 

  1. JACOB FAHNESTOCK (John, Diedrick), b. December 5, 1769, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. May 31, 1812, at Pittsburgh, Pa.; m. Salome Fahnestock, b. November 4, 1772. They had issue:
  1. Elizabeth, b. July 29, 1793; m., first, Thomas Tucker; secondly, Sebastian Hofer.
  2. Samuel, b. March 11, 1796; m. Susan Baugher, b. December 10, 1795; d. November, 1877, and had issue.
  3. Borius, b. August 21, 1798; d. August 20, 1876; m. Sarah Wampler, b. November 17, 1797; d. .August 15, 1869, and had issue.
  4. Jacob, b. January 26, 1801; d. September 9, 1841, at Glasford, Ill.; m., November 11, 1824, Maria Harmon, b. May 16, 1806, and had issue.
  5. William, b. December 21, 1803.
  6. John, b. August 21, 1806.
  7. Rebecca, b. July 8, 1809; m. Rev. Frederick Vandersloot.
  8. Salome, b. January 31, 1813; m. James S. Fink.
  1. HARVEY FAHNESTOCK (John, Diedrick), b. March 6, 1772, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. November 22, 1831, at Pittsburgh, Pa.; m. Elizabeth Brindle. They had issue:
  1. Abner-H., b. October 17, 1798; d. May 4, 1866, at Alton, Ill.; m., first, Lavinia McCarthy, b. February 6, 1802; d. March 1, 1834; m., secondly, Matilda Brewer, and had issue by both.
  2. Elizabeth, b. March 29, 1803; m. Solomon Brand.
  3. Franklin-B., b. November 6, 1805; m. Elizabeth Report; resided at Muncy, Pa.
  4. Henry-W., b. March 8, 1813; m., first, Mary DeHuff; secondly, Marie J. Hall; thirdly, Mary P. Bigley; fourthly, Margaret J. Matthew, and had issue by first and second wives; resided at Salem, O.
  5. Rebecca-K., b. April 8, 1814; m. Justice A. Ward.

 

  1. DANIEL FAHNESTOCK (Daniel, Diedrick), b. February 23, 1775; m. Elizabeth Rider, b. 1780; d. October 25, 1829. They had issue:
  1. Margaret, b. December 16, 1800; m. Abraham Garrell.
  2. William, b. November 24, 1802; d. November 22, 1877; m. Barbara Hollopter, b. August 11, 1810, and had issue
  3. Daniel, b. June 30, 1805; d. June 26, 1855; m. Mary McKaughton, and left issue.
  4. Samuel, b. September 15, 1807; d. September 10, 1843.
  5. John, b. September 15, 1807.
  6. Elizabeth, b. May 15, 1810; m. Luke McDowell.
  7. Ephraim, b. October 6, 1812; m. Eliza Billingsley, b. 1816; d. 1872; and had issue.
  8. Christiana, b. March 18, 1815; m. Samuel Hollopter.
  9. Ellen, b. July 6, 1817; d. August 20, 1869; m. John Gram.
  10. Joseph, b. June 26, 1820; m. Mary Hollopter, b. 1822; d. 1851, at Covington, Ky.; m., secondly, Lydia Bigler.
  11. Benjamin, b. August 22, 1822; d. January 14, 1854.

 

  1. WILLIAM FAHNESTOCK (Daniel, Diedrick), b. 1776; d. 1840; m. Esther Rider, b. 1770; d. 1848. They had issue:
  1. Mary, b. 1794; m. George Tyne.
  2. Barbara, b. 1796; m. Joseph Latshaw.
  3. Daniel, b. 1798.
  4. William, b. 1800; d. 1877, at Winchester, Va.; m. Mary A. Sydle, b. 1801; and had issue.
  5. Eleanor, b. 1802; m. D. Mumper.
  6. John, b. 1804; d. 1875; m. Christiana Kunkle, b. 1809; d. 1873.
  7. Peter, b. August 20, 1807; d. Novem-
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    ber 7, 1866; m. Rebecca Bender, b. July 1, 1814, and had issue.

  9. Sarah, b. 1810; d.s.p.

 

  1. GEORGE FAHNESTOCK (Benjamin, Diedrick), b. September 7, 1772, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. November 17, 1851; m., first, Mary Aughenbaugh. They had issue:
  1. Elizabeth, b. April 20, 1797; d. July 26, 1862; m. A. Dewing.
  2. Benjamin, b. July 8, 1799; d. July 11, 1862, Anna Mary Wolf, b. 1803, and had issue.
  3. John, b. August 1, 1801; d.s.p.
  4. Barnett, b. January 19, 1804; d.s.p.
  5. Ephraim, b. December 2, 1805; d.s.p.

George Fahnestock m., secondly, April 19, 1808, Mrs. Barbara Fisher, of Harrisburg; no issue.

 

  1. JOHN FAHNESTOCK (Benjamin, Diedrick), b. July 3, 1774; d. December 2, 1842; m. Catharine Wallich, b. February 28, 1774; d. December 28, 1869. They had issue:
  1. Samuel, b. December 20, 1804; d. April 13, 1864; m. Elizabeth Hartzel, b. December 7, 1807.
  2. Benjamin-W., b. September 25, 1807; m. Annetta S. Haynes, of Newton, O.; and had issue.
  3. Margaret, b. September 25, 1809; m. J. Weidner.
  4. William-Linn, b. September 30, 1813; m. Isabella Worley; and had issue.
  5. James, b. April 30, 1816; m. Rachel A. Worley; resided at Versailles, O.

 

  1. HENRY FAHNESTOCK (Benjamin, Diedrick), b. April 22, 1778, in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. in Indiana; m. Catharine Latshaw. They had issue:
  1. Christiana, b. June 17, 1802; m. Dr. O. Holmes.
  2. Juliana, b. January 7, 1804; d. November 15, 1871; unm.
  3. Jeremiah, b. May 11, 1806; m., first, Mary Smith, b. July 7, 1805; d. March 13, 1844; m., secondly, Eliza Hamilton, b. March 3, 1813; resided at Herrman, Ill.
  4. Mary-Ann, b. September 6, 1808; m. D. McArthur.
  5. Benjamin-Latshaw, b. December 16, 1810; m., first, Elizabeth Houpt; secondly, Mary F. Fahnestock; resided at Pittsburgh.
  6. Catharine-M., b. February 29, 1813.
  7. Henry-G., b. June 22, 1815.
  8. Avarilla, b. September 5, 1818; m. S. Wickersham.

 

  1. PETER FAHNESTOCK (Benjamin, Diedrick), b. April 15, 1784, near Ephrata, Pa.; d. November 17, 1864, at Baltimore, Md.; m. Mary Fahnestock, b. May 14, 1784; d. July 23, 1866, at Baltimore Md. They had issue:
  1. Levi, b. September 3, 1807; d. July 20, 1854; m. Sarah Fahnestock.
  2. Elizabeth, b. December 4, 1809; d. December 3, 1869; unm.
  3. Benjamin, b. December 5, 1811; d.s.p.
  4. Mary-F., b. May 25, 1813.
  5. Catharine, b. February 14, 1816
  6. Joseba, b. December 7, 1817; d. August 5, 1849; m. Frederick Haut.
  7. Derick, b. July 25, 1821; m. Lucinda Fahnestock.
  8. Joseph-D., b. November 25, 1824; d. June 19, 1863.

 

  1. BENJAMIN FAHNESTOCK (Benjamin, Diedrick), b. August 18, 1787; d. September 4, 1842, at Chambersburg, Pa.; m. January 11, 1815, Elizabeth L. Smith, b. June 19, 1792; d. August 8, 1868. They had issue:
  1. Anna-Mary, b. October 25, 1815; m. November 20, 1846.
  2. Alexander, b. May 26, 1817.
  3. Daniel-Smith, b. October 22, 1818; d. November 10, 1877, at Chambersburg, Pa.; m. Rebecca M. Koons.
  4. Catharine-H., b. July 11, 1820; m. G. W. Heagy.
  5. Elizabeth, b. September 4, 1821.
  6. Augustus-B., b. July 3, 1823; m. Eliza Nicholas, and had issue.
  7. Matilda-N., b. July 22, 1825; m. John Stoner.
  8. William-Henry, b. October 4, 1828.
  9. Sarah-Ann, b. October 13, 1831; d.s.p.

 

  1. DIEDRICK FAHNESTOCK (Borius, Diedrick), b. October 20, 1775, in Lancaster county, Pa.; d. February 3, 1824; m. Sarah Deardorf, b. February 1, 1777; d. September 9, 1864. They had issue:
  1. Elizabeth, b. December 15, 1799; m. Lot Ensey.
  2. Jessie, b. November 2, 1801; d. April 16, 1862.
  3. Lewis, b. January 8, 1803; d.s.p.
  4. Matilda, b. February 7, 1805; m. Daniel Kemp.

 

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υ. Alfred, b. February 7, 1807; m., first, Eleanor A Strider, b. April 5, 1813; d. September 20, 1869; m., secondly, Margaret D. Snyder, and had issue. Resided at Toledo, O.

υ´. Christian-D., b. January 9, 1809; d. December 6, 1834; m. Priscilla A. Ayres.

υ´´. Sarah-Ann, b. December 29, 1810; d. August 16, 1866; unm.

υ´´´. Joseph, b. October, 1812; d.s.p.

´χ. Franklin, b. October 13, 1813; d. August 20, 1869; m. Mary Ann Jacobs, and had issue.

 

  1. DANIEL ENDERS FAHNESTOCK (Borius, Diedrick), b. January 6, 1800; d. September 29, 1851; m. Mary Fahnestock, b. December 20, 1791; d. March 17, 1876. They had issue.
  1. Adam-Haughton, b. January 15, 1821; d.s.p.
  2. Edward, b. January 1, 1822; m. Martha W. Davis
  3. Lucinda, b. December 31, 1823; m. Derick Fahnestock.
  4. Elizabeth-Mary, b. January 28, 1826; d.s.p.
  5. Charles-Barber, b. April 28, 1828; m., July 29, 1851, Josephine Berkhart.
  6. Arthur-Augustus, b. January 30, 1830; d. November 28, 1860; m. Susan Davis, and had issue.
  7. George-Washington, b. September 27, 1832; m., December 14, 1858, Phoebe A. Pierce; resides at Baltimore, Md.

 

  1. ADAM KONIGMACHER FAHNESTOCK (Obed, Peter, Diedrick), b. July 12, 1806, at Harrisburg, Pa., where he d. in 1890; was educated in the schools of that borough and at the academy at Lititz; was brought up in mercantile pursuits, and for many years carried on brick-making extensively; was also engaged in the hardware business about fifteen years, and in 1833 established a glue manufactory at Harrisburg, which he successfully carried on for several years. Mr. Fahnestock was thrice married; m., first, in 1834, Sybil T. Holbrook, b. December 11, 1811; d. January 18, 1851. They had issue:

´. Harris-C., b. February 27, 1835; a distinguished banker, residing in the city of New York; m., October 16, 1856, Margaret McKinely, daughter of Isaac Gibson McKinley, and they had issue:

    1. William, b. September 2, 1857.
    2. Gibson, b. February 21, 1859.
    3. Margaret, b. April 13, 1867; d.s.p.
    4. Harris, b. September 21, 1869.
    5. Helen, b. April 24, 1872.
    6. Clarence, b. December 4, 1873.
    7. Earnest, b. January 27, 1876.

´´. Holbrook, b. September 6, 1836; d. December 31, 1838.

´´´. A.-Morris, b. January 28, 1838; m., first, February 18, 1866, Sallie Webb, b. March 21, 1846; d. October 2, 1871, and had issue:

    1. Harris-Webb, b. March 6, 1867.
    2. Richie-Thomas, b. Apr. 15, 1868
    3. Edward-Morris, b. September 6, 1871
    4. He m., secondly, Rebecca B. Thompson, b. January 19, 1848, and they had issue:

    5. Maria-Bland, b. November 28, 1873

´υ. James, b. October 3, 1839; d. March 17, 1858.

υ. Sybil-Amelia, b. January 1, 1842; m. T. H. Hubbard, of New York city, and had issue.

υ´. Charles-A., b. April 17, 18844.

υ´´. Wallace-Weir, b. January 18, 1846; m., October 12, 1871, Mary K. Nutting, and had Edith, Wallace, and Arthur-Knight.

υ´´´. Louis-F., b. August 26, 1848; m., October 21, 1873, Grace Zeigler, b. November 1, 1850, and had Louis and Adam-Bruce.

Mr. Fahnestock m., secondly, 1855, Mrs. Mary Jacobs, b. July 6, 1805; d. February 7, 1857; m., thirdly, 1869, Elizabeth C. Affner, b. June 6, 1821.

 

  1. WALTER FRANKLIN FAHNESTOCK (Obed, Peter, Diedrick), b. September 13, 1815; d. 1893 at Harrisburg, Pa.; m., March 19, 1839, Louisa C. Heisely, b. December 24, 1817, daughter of George J. Heisely, and they had issue:
  1. Hannah-Mahany, b. May 19, 1840; m. John C. Harvey, and they had issue.
  2. Louisa-C., b. August 3, 1842.
  3. Walter-Franklin, b. October 8, 1844; d. May 19, 1879.
  4. George, b. October 3, 1846; d. July 19, 1869.
  5. Harry-C., b. April 12, 1849; d. January 10, 1851.
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  7. William-M., b. February 3, 1851; m., June 19, 1819, Carrie Achenbach, and had John-Harvey.
  8. Alice-E., b. November 18, 1852; d. November 26, 1856.
  9. Anna-M., b. November 19, 1855; d. June 26, 1862.
  10. Frank-G., b. September 29, 1857.
  11. James-Weir, b. September 29, 1859.
  12. Edward-E., b. May 5, 1862; d. May 23, 1862.

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THE FETTERHOFF FAMILY.

 

  1. FREDERICK FETTERHOFF, b. August 6, 1765, in now Lancaster county, Pa., where his parents were early settlers; d. July 16, 1837, in Jackson township, Dauphin county, Pa. He removed with his family to then Halifax township in 1803; m. Susanna Heckerd, b. June 25, 1768; d. June 28, 1831, in Jackson township, and with most of his family buried in the Fetterhoff church graveyard. They had issue, besides three children died young:
  1. ´. Philip, b. September 2, 1788; m. Eve Boyer.
  2. ´´. John, b. October 12, 17990; m., first, Elizabeth Snyder; secondly, Katharine Harris.
  3. ´´´. George, b. May 3, 1795; m. Mary Zimmerman.

 

  1. PHILIP FETTERHOFF (Frederick), b. September 2, 1788, in Lancaster county, Pa.; d. September 4, 1833, in Jackson township, Dauphin county, Pa.; m. Eve Boyer, b. June 27, 1792; d. January 11, 1839. They had issue:
  1. John, b. July 19, 1812; resided at Fisherville.
  2. Susanna, b. July 20, 1813; m. Henry Willvert.
  3. Elizabeth, b. November 19, 1815; d. June 7, 1860; m. John Faber.
  4. Polly, b. 1817; m. Henry Hoover.

 

  1. JOHN FETTERHOFF (Frederick), b. October 12, 1790, in Lancaster county, Pa.; d. June 27, 1829; in Jackson township, Dauphin county, Pa.; m., first, Elizabeth Snyder, and there was issue:
  1. Susanna, b. March 23, 1814; m. George Enders.
  2. He m., secondly, Katharine Haines, b. June 18, 1791; d. December 6, 1862; and there was issue:

  3. H____ Elmira, b. January 15, 1817; d. March 30, 1875; m., December 10, 1835, John Shepley.
  1. GEORGE FETTERHOFF (Frederick), b. May 3, 1795, in Lancaster county, Pa.; d. March 16, 1862, in Jackson township, Dauphin county, Pa.; m. Mary Zimmerman, b. March 5, 1798; d. August 1, 1863; daughter of Christian Zimmerman. They had issue:
  1. Joseph, b. April, 1816.
  2. Catharine, b. October, 1819.
  3. Samuel, b. February 26, 1821; d. February 26, 1866.
  4. Mary, b. April 7, 1828; d. October 14, 1877.
  5. Philip, b. November 3, 1825.
  6. Susanna, b. 1827.
  7. Margaret, b. 1830.
  8. Abby, b. April 28, 1833.

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FOX FAMILY OF DERRY.

 

  1. JOHN FOX, a native of the county Devonshire, England, where he was born in the year 1751, came to America when a young man, and settled first at Germantown in the Province of Pennsylvania. There he married Anna Margaret Rupert, b. December 14, 1756, in Holland. Shortly after, in 1799, they settled in what was then Londonderry township, Lancaster county, in the neighborhood of Hummelstown. Mr. Fox died April 25, 1816, and his wife on the 21st of October, 1838. Both were interred in the Lutheran churchyard at Hummelstown. They had issue:
  1. ´. John, b. June 10, 1780; m. Sarah Shonberger.
  2. ´´. Margaret, b. 1782; m. John Phillips.
  3. ´´´. Thomas, b. November 4, 1786; m. Barbara Baum.
  4. ´υ. George, b. December 17, 1788; m. Elizabeth Eshenauer.
  5. υ. James, b. 1794; m. Sophia Bayle.

υ´. Richard, b. February 9, 1799, in Londonderry township, Dauphin county, Pa.; d. July 1, 1827; m. Rachel Hummel, b. November 24, 1799; d. September 27, 1867; daughter of Frederick Hummel and Rachel Eckert; no issue.

 

II. JOHN FOX (John), b. June 10, 1780, in then Londonderry township, Lancaster county, Pa.; d. July 19, 1853. He was educated in the country schools of the neigh-