James Livesay1

b. 24 July 1785
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     James Livesay was christened on 24 July 1785 in Redfields, Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of James Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Betty Livesay1

b. 11 July 1786
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     Betty Livesay was christened on 11 July 1786 in Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 She was the daughter of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of Betty Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Richard Livesay1

b. 7 October 1787
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     Richard Livesay was christened on 7 October 1787 in Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of Richard Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Richard Livesay1

b. 1 January 1789
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     Richard Livesay was christened on 1 January 1789 in Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 He was the son of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of Richard Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Ellen Livesay1

b. 16 May 1789
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     Ellen Livesay was christened on 16 May 1789 in Sough, Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 She was the daughter of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of Ellen Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Betty Livesay1

b. 23 June 1790
FatherJames Livesay1
MotherBetty Nuttal1
     Betty Livesay was christened on 23 June 1790 in Punstock, Darwin, Lancashire, England.1 She was the daughter of James Livesay and Betty Nuttal.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Baptismal records of the Independent Lower Chapel, Darwin, near Blackburn, Lancashire, England: Christening of Betty Livesay, Lancashire Public Records Office, Preston, Lancashire, England. Hereinafter cited as Lower Chapel Baptismal records.

Henry Winger1

b. 19 March 1803, d. 24 December 1864
FatherJohn Winger1 b. 14 Nov 1778, d. 9 Jun 1861
MotherChristina Mary Miller1 b. c 1784, d. 25 Feb 1872
ChartsDescendants of John Winger
     Henry Winger was born on 19 March 1803 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.2,3 He was the son of John Winger and Christina Mary Miller.1 He was baptized on 14 April 1803 in Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County.2 He married Sarah Fry, daughter of John Adam Fry and Margaret (?), on 26 July 1821 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.4 He died on 24 December 1864 in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, at age 61.5
     Henry Winger is head of household in the 1830 Census of Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.6 He appears on the tax lists for Beaver Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1834. He was taxed for 1 cow. (Beaver Township became part of Clarion County in 1839.)7 He appears on the tax lists for Cranberry Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1839. He was taxed for 1 cow; however, in 1840, Henry was taxed for 100 acres. The last year he is listed on the Cranberry Township tax lists was 1850.8 He was living in Cranberry Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1850.9 He appears on the tax lists for President Township, Venango County, between 1851 and 1858. He is taxed for between 100 and 150 acres until 1854 when the tax list shows that Henry property had been sold to I. Evans. That same year, Henry's brother Peter apparently sold his 100 acres to Henry. Henry apparently sold 25 acres of that land by 1856 and sold the remaining 75 acres to a Mr. Bleakley in 1858. The tax lists show that Henry had moved to Cornplanter Township by 1857. He remained there until his death.10,11 He was living in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.12 He was a farmer.9,12

Family

Sarah Fry b. 5 Oct 1805, d. 24 Apr 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Henry Winger. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  2. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Henry Winger, b 19 Mar 1803, bp. 14 Apr 1803, Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  3. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), Vol. II, p. 715 (biographical sketch on the William W.Winger--lists children of John and Mary [sic] Miller Winger as Daniel, Henry, David, Jacob, Joseph, Peter, Christina, Mary, Esther, Polly, and John). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  4. [S807] Mary Jane Mains, compiler, Newspaper Accounts of Birth, Marriage, and Deaths 1808-1929 (not all inclusive) Westmoreland Co., PA (Greensburg, PA: Westmoreland County Historical Society, 1994). Hereinafter cited as Westmoreland Co. Newspapers.
  5. [S530] Cyrene Winger Mowrey, ""Winger Family Notes"" (Ashland, Ohio (deceased)). , Gravestone, presumably in Grove Hill (would have had to be a re-interrment as Grove Hill was not established until 1871). Hereinafter cited as ""Winger Family Notes.""
  6. [S129] 1830 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., Hempfield Tp., Henry Winger household, National Archives, (2 males under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30).
  7. [S121] Henry Wenard entry, 1834 Venango County tax records, Beaver Township; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  8. [S121] Henry Wiingerd entry, 1839-1851 Venango County tax records, Cranberry Township; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  9. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cranberry Tp., Henry Wingard household, National Archives, (Henry Wingard, 46, PA, farmer; Sarah, 46, PA; Lucinda, 19, PA; Henry, 17, PA; Jeremiah, 14, PA; Josiah, 11, PA; William, 9, PA; Sarah, 6, PA; Mary, 4, PA; Adam, 2, PA; Solomon, 21, PA; Mary, 19, PA).
  10. [S121] Henry Wiinger entry, 1851-1858 Venango County tax records, President Township; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  11. [S121] Henry Wiinger entry, 1857-1965 Venango County tax records, Cornplanter Township; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  12. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cornplanter Tp., Henry Wingerd household, National Archives, (Henry Wingerd, 56, PA, farmer, $1000/$900; Sarah, 54, PA; Jeremiah, 24, PA, laborer; Josiah, 22, PA; William, 19, PA, laborer; Sarah, 16, PA; Mary, 15, PA).
  13. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Susanna, d/o Henry and Sara Wengert, (b. 14 Oct. 1822, bp. 12 Jan 1823, sp. John and Christina Wengert). Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  14. [S531] Calvin Sparks, ""Winger Family Notes"" (Oil City, PA). , Obit of Samuel Jesse Winger, newspaper not listed, probably The Derrick. Hereinafter cited as ""Winger Family Notes.""
  15. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Solomon. s/o Henry and Sara Wengert, (b. 27 Feb. 1829, bp. 19 Apr. 1829, sp. Samuel and Margaret Fry). Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  16. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Lucinda Catherine, d/o Henry and Sara Wengert, (b. 13 Feb 1831, bp. 31 May 1831). Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  17. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Heinrich, d/o Heinrich and Sara Wengert, (b. 27 Jun 1833, bp. 22 Sep 1833). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  18. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Henry[sic], d/o Henry and Sara Wenger, (b. 24 Feb 1826(?), bp. 3 Apr 1836). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  19. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Christina[sic], s/o Henry and Sara Wingert, (b. 2 Feb 1839, bp. 7 ___ 1839). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  20. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of William, s/o Henry and Sara Winger, (b. 7 Aug 1840, bp. 4 Apr 1841). Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.

Daniel Winger1

b. 31 July 1805
FatherJohn Winger1 b. 14 Nov 1778, d. 9 Jun 1861
MotherChristina Mary Miller1 b. c 1784, d. 25 Feb 1872
ChartsDescendants of John Winger
     Daniel Winger was born on 31 July 1805 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.2,3 He was the son of John Winger and Christina Mary Miller.1 He was baptized on 15 September 1805 in Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County.2 He married Anna Delo, daughter of George Michael Delo.4,5,6 He married Sarah Stover.7,8
     Daniel Winger was a farmer, first in Beaver Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, but later in Elk Township, Clarion County.9,10,7,11,12 He was living in Elk Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, in 1880 with his son Joseph.13

Family 1

Anna Delo b. 11 Nov 1803, d. c 1847
Children

Family 2

Sarah Stover
Children

Citations

  1. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Daniel Winger. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  2. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Daniel Winger, b 31 Jul 1805, bp 15 Sep 1805, Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  3. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), Vol. II, p. 715 (biographical sketch on the William W.Winger--lists children of John and Mary [sic] Miller Winger as Daniel, Henry, David, Jacob, Joseph, Peter, Christina, Mary, Esther, Polly, and John). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  4. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), p. 244 (sketch on Delo Family). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  5. [S572] J.H. Beers, Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, Including the Counties of Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson, and Clarion (Chicago, IL: n.pub., 1898), p. 1561 (biographical sketch of Reuben Winger). Hereinafter cited as Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania.
  6. [S1462] Mrs. Susin McDowell, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 84604 (3 Oct 1915), (informant: Mrs. D.B. Hook, Knox, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents Daniel Winger and Anna Delo).
  7. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Beaver Tp., Daniel Wingert household, National Archives, (Daniel Wingert, 44, PA, farmer; Sarah, 35, PA; Susannah, 21, PA; Eve, 19, PA; John, 16, PA; George, 12, PA; Samuel A., 8, PA; Mary E., 6, PA; Reuben A., 3, PA; Angelini, 1, PA).
  8. [S1462] Joseph J. Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 115795 (19 Nov 1920), (informant: D. L. Winger, Indiana, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents Daniel Winger and Mary Stover).
  9. [S121] Daniel Wingard entry, 1831-1838 Venango County tax records, Beaver Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  10. [S129] 1830 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Beaver Tp., Daniel Wingerd household, National Archives, (1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 15-20).
  11. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Elk Tp., Daniel Wingard household, National Archives, (Daniel Wingard, 53, PA, farmer; Sarah, 41, PA; Reuben,14 , PA; Angelina, 11, PA; Elan, 9, PA; Joseph, 6, PA; Robert, 4, PA; Alice, 1, PA).
  12. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Elk Tp., Daniel[sic] Winger household, National Archives, (David[sic] Winger, 65, PA, farmer; Sarah, 53, PA; Adda, 23, PA; Ellen R., 18, PA; Joseph F., 16, PA; Robert G., 14, PA; Alice A., 11, PA; Wilise, 8, PA).
  13. [S151] 1880 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Elk Tp., Joseph Wingard household, National Archives, (Joseph Wingard, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmer; Lucinda, 26, PA/PA/PA; Daniel L., 1, PA/PA/PA; Daniel, 77, PA/PA/PA, father).
  14. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Susanna Wingert, d/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  15. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Eva Catherine Wingert, d/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  16. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Johannes Wingert, s/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  17. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Christina Wingert, d/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  18. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of George Michael Wingert, s/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  19. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Simon Alexander Wingert, s/o Daniel & Anna. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  20. [S1462] Simon Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 101815 (19 Sep 1918), (informant: Harry Winger, Pittsburgh, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents Daniel Winger, mother unknown).

David Winger1

b. 25 September 1807, d. 17 December 1862
FatherJohn Winger1 b. 14 Nov 1778, d. 9 Jun 1861
MotherChristina Mary Miller1 b. c 1784, d. 25 Feb 1872
ChartsDescendants of John Winger
     David Winger was born on 25 September 1807 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.2,3,4 He was the son of John Winger and Christina Mary Miller.1 He was baptized on 10 November 1807 in Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County.2 He married Catherine Smith, daughter of John Smith and Barbara Sellers, in 1832 in Clarion County, Pennsylvania.5,6 He died on 17 December 1862 in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, at age 55.7,8,9 He was buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Shippenville, Elk Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania.3
     David Winger was living in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1850.10 He was living in Piney Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.11 He was a blacksmith.10,11 He and Catherine Smith were the parents of 11 children, seven of whom were living in 1888.12

Family 1

Sarah Bader
Child

Family 2

Catherine Smith b. 1816, d. 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of David Winger. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  2. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of David Winger, b 25 Sep 1807, bp 10 Nov 1807, Harrold Zion Lutheran Congregation. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  3. [S1096] Gravestone, David Winger, Mt. Zion Cemetery, Shippenville, Elk Tp., Clarion Co., PA; read by Kipp Melat, d. 17 Dec 1862, aged 54y., 2m., 22d. (bn. c. 25 Sep 1808).
  4. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), Vol. II, p. 715 (biographical sketch on the William W.Winger--lists children of John and Mary [sic] Miller Winger as Daniel, Henry, David, Jacob, Joseph, Peter, Christina, Mary, Esther, Polly, and John). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  5. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), pp. 715-716 (biographical sketch of William W. Winger). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  6. [S1462] Henry R. Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 53233 (4 May 1914), (informant: Mrs. H. R. Winger, Warren PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents David Winger and Catherine Smith).
  7. [S373] Estate of David Winger, Venango County Probate, RD 1:470, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  8. [S1096] Gravestone, David Winger, Mt. Zion Cemetery, Shippenville, Elk Tp., Clarion Co., PA; read by Kipp Melat, d. 17 Dec 1862, aged 54y., 2m., 22d.
  9. [S190] Unknown author, History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania (n.p.: n.pub., 1888), p. 913 (bio sketch of Rev. Samuel E. Winger). Hereinafter cited as History of Mercer County.
  10. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cornplanter Tp., David Wingard household, National Archives, (David Wingard, 43, PA, blacksmith; Catherine, 38, PA; Jane, 16, PA; William, 11, PA; Henry, 9, PA; Josiah, 6, PA; Priscilla M., 2, PA; Samuel Wingard, 24, PA).
  11. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Piney Tp., David Winger household, National Archives, (David Winger, 52, PA, blacksmith; Catherine, 47, PA; William, 20, PA, laborer; Henry, 19, PA, laborer; Josiah, 15, PA, laborer; Priscilla M., 12, PA; Samuel H., 9, PA; Frederick W., 5, PA).
  12. [S1086] History of the Counties of McKean, Elk, & Forest, Pennsylvania (n.p.: J.H. Beers & Co., 1890), p. 484 (bio. sketch of Dr. F.W. Winger). Hereinafter cited as History of McKean, Elk, & Forest Counties.
  13. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptismal record of David, s/o David Wengert and Sarah Bader. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  14. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), Baptism of Christina Wenger, d/ David & Catherine, sponsors John & Christina Wenger, b. 22 Feb 1834, bp. 6 APr 1834. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  15. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), Baptism of Anna Margaret Wenger, d/ David & Catherine, b. 11 Jan (10 Feb) 1836, bp. 3 Apr 1836. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  16. [S1083] Obit. of Josiah Winger, Warren Evening Mirror, Warren, PA, 19 Oct. 1916. Hereinafter cited as Warren Evening Mirror.
  17. [S1462] Josiah G. Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 104021 (20 Oct 1916), (informant: W.W. Winger, Warren PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents David Winger and Catherine Smith).
  18. [S1462] Rev. Samuel E. Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 12396 (20 Feb 1912), (informant: S. H. Winger, Corry, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents David Winger and Katherine Smith).
  19. [S1462] Frederick W. Winger, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 78036 (9 Jul 1919), (informant: Fred Winger, Bradford, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents David Winger and Catherine Smith).

Mary Ann Winger1

b. 4 January 1814, d. 9 March 1873
FatherJohn Winger1 b. 14 Nov 1778, d. 9 Jun 1861
MotherChristina Mary Miller1 b. c 1784, d. 25 Feb 1872
ChartsDescendants of John Winger
     Mary Ann Winger was born on 4 January 1814 in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.2,3 She was the daughter of John Winger and Christina Mary Miller.1 She was baptized on 13 March 1814 in First Lutheran Church, Greensburg, Westmoreland County. Jacob and Anna Maria Winger served as sponsors at the baptism.2 She married Henry Mohnkern.4 She died on 9 March 1873 in Siverly, Cornplanter Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, at age 59.4,5 She was buried in Grove Hill Cemetery, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.6
     Mary Ann Winger and Henry Mohnkern were living in Beaver Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, in 1850.7

Family

Henry Mohnkern b. c 1801, d. Aug 1885
Children

Citations

  1. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), baptism of Maria Winger. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  2. [S311] Paul Miller Ruff The German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791 (previously The German Church Records of Westmoreland County, PA) (n.p.: n.pub., 3rd Revised Edition 1984, original copyright 1979), Baptism of Maria Wingert, b 4 Jan 1814, b. 13 Mar 1814, parents Johannes and Christina Wingert, sponsors, Jacob and Anna Maria Wingert, First Lutheran Church, Greensburg, PA. Hereinafter cited as German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania, 1772-1791.
  3. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), Vol. II, p. 715 (biographical sketch on the William W.Winger--lists children of John and Mary [sic] Miller Winger as Daniel, Henry, David, Jacob, Joseph, Peter, Christina, Mary, Esther, Polly, and John). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  4. [S101] Charles A. Babcock, Venango County, Pennsylvania, Her Pioneers and People (Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1919), p. 1035 (biographical sketch of Ruel E. Mohnkern). Hereinafter cited as 1919 Venango County History.
  5. [S1074] Obituary of Mrs. Mary A. Mohnkern, Oil City Weekly Times, Oil City, PA, 14 Mar. 1873, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County.
  6. [S65] Gravestone, M. M. (Mary Mohnhern) footstone, Grove Hill Cemetery, Oil City, Venango Co., PA; read by Kipp Melat, next to H. L. M. footstone, sec. 4, lot 75.
  7. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Clarion Co., Beaver Township, Henry Moonkern household, National Archives, (Henry Moonkern, 49, Germany, carpenter; Mary, 27[sic], PA; Margaret, 12, PA; Daniel, 10, PA; John, 7, PA; Jacob M., 1, PA; Mary, 19, Germany).
  8. [S231] Obituary of Daniel L. Mohnkern, The News Herald, Franklin, PA, 24 Nov. 1924, Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  9. [S256] Obituary of John W. Mohnkern, Venango Daily Herald, Franklin, PA, 20 Jun/23 Jun 1908, Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  10. [S361] Obituary of Jacob M. Mohnkern, Oil City Semi-Weekly Derrick, Oil City, PA, 22 Sep. 1908, Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Semi-Weekly Derrick.

Peter Winger1

b. 20 July 1827, d. 22 February 1886
FatherJohn Winger1 b. 14 Nov 1778, d. 9 Jun 1861
MotherChristina Mary Miller1 b. c 1784, d. 25 Feb 1872
ChartsDescendants of John Winger
     Peter Winger was born on 20 July 1827 in Beaver Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania.2,3,4 He was the son of John Winger and Christina Mary Miller.1 He was baptized on 2 September 1827 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Beaver Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania.1 He married Ann Lamb.3,5,6 He died on 22 February 1886 in Wilmington Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, at age 58.7
     Peter Winger and Ann Lamb were living with Peter's parents in Cranberry Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1850.3 He and Ann Lamb were living in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, in 1860.8 He and Ann Lamb moved to Wilmington Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, by 1870 and remained there the rest of their lives.9,10

Family

Ann Lamb b. c 1829
Children

Citations

  1. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Peter Winger. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  2. [S365] Memorial History of St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Churches 1813-1960, Raymond E. Hollenbach, translator (n.p., n.pub., 1959-1960), baptism of Peter Winger, b 20 Jul 1827, bp. 2 September 1827. Hereinafter cited as St. Paul's Lutheran and Reformed Church.
  3. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cranberry Tp., John Wingard household, National Archives, (John Wingard, 70, PA; Christina, 68; Jane 1; Joseph, 24; Peter, 23; Ann, 21).
  4. [S142] John W. Jordan LL.D Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1913), Vol. II, p. 715 (biographical sketch on the William W.Winger--lists children of John and Mary [sic] Miller Winger as Daniel, Henry, David, Jacob, Joseph, Peter, Christina, Mary, Esther, Polly, and John). Hereinafter cited as Jordan's Allegheny Valley.
  5. [S701] Obit of Samuel H. Winger, New Castle News, New Castle, PA, 30 Nov 1925, New Castle Public Library, New Castle, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as New Castle News.
  6. [S1462] Anna I. Marquis, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 80070 (17 Jul 1918), (informant: J.E. Marquis, Verona, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents Peter Winger and -- Lamb).
  7. [S1397] Mercer County Estate Index, 1804-1971 U-W (Peter Winger, d. 22 Feb 1886, Wilmington Tp.), Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Mercer, Pennsylvania.
  8. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cornplanter Tp., Peter Wigard household, National Archives, (Peter Wigard, 33, PA, farmer; Ann, 31, PA; Jane, 11, PA; Mary, 4, PA; John D., 3, PA; Samuel H., 5, PA; Charles N., 3, PA; Lorette M., 1, PA).
  9. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Mercer Co., Wilmington Tp., Peter Wingerd household, National Archives, (Peter Wingerd, 45, PA, farmer, 8200/1000; Ann, 44, PA; Mary E., 20, PA; John, 16, PA; Samuel, 14, PA; Charles N., 12, PA; Merilla, 12, PA; Mattie, 10, PA; Elsie, 8, PA; Anna, 7, PA; Ada, 5, PA).
  10. [S151] 1880 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Mercer Co., Wilmington Tp., Peter Winger household, National Archives, (Peter Winger, 52, PA/PA/PA, farmer; Ann, 53, PA/PA/PA; Rillie, 21, PA; Mattie, 19, PA; Elsie, 17, PA; Annie, 15, PA; Addie, 13, PA; Samuel, 25, PA; Charles, 23, PA [lvg next door to John D. Winger household]).
  11. [S1462] Martha Amanda McKnight, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 97021 (29 Sep 1917), (informant: Wesley Moyer, Cleveland), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 18 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents Peter Winger and Martha Lamb).

Josephine Carson1

b. 14 April 1842, d. 30 June 1878
FatherGeorge Washington Carson2
MotherRhoda Mitchell2
Josephine Carson Beatty
     Josephine Carson was born on 14 April 1842 in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.1 She was the daughter of George Washington Carson and Rhoda Mitchell.2 She married William Henry Beatty, son of Francis Beatty and Mary Donahey, on 28 November 1863 in Sunville, Plum Township, Venango County.1 She died on 30 June 1878 in Edensburg (now Knox), Beaver Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, at age 36.1
     As heirs of Francis Beatty, William Henry Beatty, his wife Josephine, Nancy Agnes Beatty, her husband Gilbert Sanner, Mary Ann Beatty, her husband James McMillen, and Francis C. Beatty sold Francis Beatty's 111 acres farm in Jackson Township, Venango County, to William Frazier of Sugarcreek Township, Venango County for $500 to each of Francis' children.3

Family

William Henry Beatty b. 21 Jan 1841, d. 19 May 1917
Children

Citations

  1. [S367] Beverly Beatty Park McClosky, "Descendants of Francis Beatty (William Henry Beatty Family)", 8 March 2001 (Fairfax, VA). Dates probably from W. H. Beatty pension file. Hereinafter cited as "William Henry Beatty Family."
  2. [S367] Beverly Beatty Park McClosky, "Descendants of Francis Beatty (William Henry Beatty Family)", 8 March 2001 (Fairfax, VA). . Hereinafter cited as "William Henry Beatty Family."
  3. [S143] Venango County Deeds, vol. HH, pp. 1 and 2, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  4. [S367] Beverly Beatty Park McClosky, "Descendants of Francis Beatty (William Henry Beatty Family)", 8 March 2001 (Fairfax, VA). Information provided by Ellen Betty McMillan, Ethel Beatty Lyons, and Dora Beatty Seigel, March 1976. Hereinafter cited as "William Henry Beatty Family."

George Washington Carson1

     George Washington Carson married Rhoda Mitchell.1

Family

Rhoda Mitchell
Child

Citations

  1. [S367] Beverly Beatty Park McClosky, "Descendants of Francis Beatty (William Henry Beatty Family)", 8 March 2001 (Fairfax, VA). . Hereinafter cited as "William Henry Beatty Family."

Rhoda Mitchell1

     Rhoda Mitchell married George Washington Carson.1

Family

George Washington Carson
Child

Citations

  1. [S367] Beverly Beatty Park McClosky, "Descendants of Francis Beatty (William Henry Beatty Family)", 8 March 2001 (Fairfax, VA). . Hereinafter cited as "William Henry Beatty Family."

Jacob Sanner1,2

b. circa 1772, d. circa 1866
ChartsAncestry of David Kipp Melat
     Jacob Sanner was born circa 1772 in Pennsylvania.1,2 He married Margaret (?)1,2 He died circa 1866 in Jackson Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.3
     Jacob Sanner was living in Point Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, as early as 1818.4,5 He purchased 103 acres and 72 perches in Point Township on 21 July 1818 from Marks John Biddle, Esq. of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania for $602.52.4 He and Margaret (?) sold the 103 acres in Point Township on 13 May 1839 to Charles Parks.6
     Jacob Sanner moved from Northumberland County to Canal Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, by 1840.7 He purchased 50 acres in Canal Township, Venango County, on 3 April 1849 from John and Anna Adams of Fairfield Township, Crawford County for $800. It appears that Jacob was paying taxes on this land as early as 1841 when he moved to Venango County.8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 He and Margaret sold the 50 acres in Canal Township on 9 April 1849 to John Luper and Henry Kelley of Canal Township for $900.16 Following the sale of the 50 acres, Jacob Sanner continued to live in Canal Township.17 He appeared on the tax lists for Canal Township from 1852 to 1859. He was taxed for 15 acres of land in 1852, and 14 acres of land until 1857. For 1859, the last year he appeared on the Canal Township tax lists, he was only taxed for 1 cow.18,19,20,21,22,23,24
     Jacob Sanner was living in Jackson Township, Venango County, by 1858 when he first appears on the Jackson Township tax lists. Between 1863 and 1866, Jacob was taxed for 22 to 25 acres of land. His trade was listed as farmer. He apparently spent the rest of his life in Jackson Township.25,26,27,28 Jacob and Margaret purchased 50 acres in Canal Township, Venango County, on 11 March 1859 from John and Margaret Bleakley of Jackson Township for $255.50. The deed was recorded on 27 July 1865. This land appear to have been on the border of Canal and Jackson Townships and is probably the same property that he was paying taxes on in Jackson Township.29,30 The 25 acres of land in Jackson Township assessed to his son Gilbert Sanner in 1865 was probably land that originally belonged to Jacob.31 Jacob Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1866. This is the last time that Jacob appears in the Jackson Township assessment lists.32

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Margaret (?) b. c 1800, d. 26 Aug 1876
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives.
  2. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Jacob Sanner household, National Archives.
  3. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1866 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp. (last time Jacob appears in the tax lists); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  4. [S705] Northumberland County Deeds, Deed Book 91, pp. 348-350, Courthouse, Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, (recorded 28 Feb. 1885). Hereinafter cited as Northumberland County Deeds.
  5. [S129] 1830 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Northumberland Co., Point Tp., Jacob Sanners household, National Archives, (1 male 10-14; 1 male 50-59; 2 females 15-19; 1 female 50-59).
  6. [S705] Northumberland County Deeds, Deed Book AA, pp. 649-650, Courthouse, Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, (Jacob Sanner and wife Pagey). Hereinafter cited as Northumberland County Deeds.
  7. [S130] 1840 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., Jacob Saner household, National Archives, (1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 30-40).
  8. [S143] Venango County Deeds, L:255, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  9. [S121] Sanner entry, 1841 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 2 horses, and 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  10. [S121] Jacob Sanner entry, 1842 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 2 horses, 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  11. [S121] Jacob Sanerd entry, 1843 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (47 acres, 2 horses, 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  12. [S121] Jacob Sanerd entry, 1844 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 2 horses, 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  13. [S121] Jacob Sanner entry, 1845 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 2 horses, 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  14. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1846 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 1 cow, 1 saw mill); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  15. [S121] Jacob Sinner entry, 1847 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (50 acres, 2 horses, 1 cow); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  16. [S143] Venango County Deeds, L:256, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  17. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives, (J. Sanner, 78; M., 40; G., 12; G., 9).
  18. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1852 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (15 acres and 1 horse); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  19. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1853 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (14 acres and 1 horse); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  20. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1854 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (14 acres and 1 horse); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  21. [S121] Jacob Sanner entry, 1855 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (14 acres and 1 cow); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  22. [S121] Jacob Sanner entry, 1856 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (14 acres and 1 cow); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  23. [S121] Jacob Sanner entry, 1857 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (14 acres and 1 cow); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  24. [S121] Jacob Sannar entry, 1859 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp. (1 cow); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  25. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1858 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp. (1 cow and 1 horse); Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  26. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1859 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  27. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Jacob Sanner household, National Archives, (Jacob Sanner, 88, PA, farmer, $400/$200; Margaret 65, PA; George, 20, PA, farmer; Gilbert 18, PA, farmer.).
  28. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1862 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  29. [S143] Venango County Deeds, RR:70, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  30. [S569] Unknown author, Atlas of the Oil Regions (n.p.: n.pub., 1865), p. 22. Hereinafter cited as Atlas of the Oil Regions.
  31. [S121] Guilbert Siner entry, 1865 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  32. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1866 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  33. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Mortality Schedule, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., George Sanner entry, National Archives.

Margaret (?)1,2

b. circa 1800, d. 26 August 1876
ChartsAncestry of David Kipp Melat
     Margaret (?) was born circa 1800 in Pennsylvania.3 She married Jacob Sanner.1,2 She died on 26 August 1876 in Poor House, Sugarcreek Township, Venango County.4
     Margaret (?) and Jacob Sanner sold the 103 acres in Point Township on 13 May 1839 to Charles Parks.5 She and Jacob Sanner sold the 50 acres in Canal Township on 9 April 1849 to John Luper and Henry Kelley of Canal Township for $900.6 Margaret and Jacob purchased 50 acres in Canal Township, Venango County, on 11 March 1859 from John and Margaret Bleakley of Jackson Township for $255.50. The deed was recorded on 27 July 1865. This land appear to have been on the border of Canal and Jackson Townships and is probably the same property that he was paying taxes on in Jackson Township.7,8 Margaret Sanner is head of household in the 1870 Census of Canal Township, Venango County. According to the census enumeration she was 69 years old, born in Pennsylvania, and had no occupation.3

Family

Jacob Sanner b. c 1772, d. c 1866
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives.
  2. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Jacob Sanner household, National Archives.
  3. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., Margaret Sanner household, National Archives, (Margaret Sanner, 69, PA, no occ).
  4. [S229] Death notice of Margaret Sanner, Venango Spectator, Franklin, PA, 31 Aug. 1876, Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  5. [S705] Northumberland County Deeds, Deed Book AA, pp. 649-650, Courthouse, Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, (Jacob Sanner and wife Pagey). Hereinafter cited as Northumberland County Deeds.
  6. [S143] Venango County Deeds, L:256, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  7. [S143] Venango County Deeds, RR:70, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County Deeds.
  8. [S569] Unknown author, Atlas of the Oil Regions (n.p.: n.pub., 1865), p. 22. Hereinafter cited as Atlas of the Oil Regions.
  9. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Mortality Schedule, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., George Sanner entry, National Archives.

George Sanner1,2,3

b. circa 1839, d. August 1869
FatherJacob Sanner1,2,3 b. c 1772, d. c 1866
MotherMargaret (?)1,2,3 b. c 1800, d. 26 Aug 1876
     George Sanner was born circa 1839 in Pennsylvania.4,1,2,3 He was the son of Jacob Sanner and Margaret (?)1,2,3 He married Harriet Beatty, daughter of John Beatty and Mary McCurdy.5 He died in August 1869 in Jackson Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.1,2,3
     George Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township in 1862.6 George Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township between 1863 and 1864. A notation in the assessment list states that George was a laborer.7 George Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 1 horned cow in Canal Township in 1865.8 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1867.9 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1868.10 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1869.11

Family

Harriet Beatty b. 14 May 1833, d. 16 Aug 1911
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives.
  2. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Jacob Sanner household, National Archives.
  3. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Mortality Schedule, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., George Sanner entry, National Archives.
  4. [S130] 1840 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., Jacob Saner household, National Archives, (1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 30-40).
  5. [S212] Harriet Sanner Obituary, Venango Citizen Press, Franklin, PA, 23 Aug 1911, Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Library, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  6. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1862 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  7. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1863 and 1864 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  8. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1865 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  9. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1867 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  10. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1868 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  11. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1869 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  12. [S1292] Gravestone, Parker Sanner, Cooperstown Cemetery, Jackson Tp., Venango Co., PA, aged 9 months.
  13. [S1292] Gravestone, infant Sanner, Cooperstown Cemetery, Jackson Tp., Venango Co., PA, aged 5 days.
  14. [S146] 1870 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Harriet Sanner household, National Archives, (Harriet Sanner, 40, PA; Mary M., 7; Nancy J., 5; Hulda M., 3; Nora A., 2).

Venango Co. tax (?) Canal Tp.

     John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township, Venango County, in 1841. This is the first entry for John Sanner in the assessment lists for Canal Township.1 John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township in 1842. This is the last time John appears in the Canal Township assessment lists.2 George Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township in 1862.3 George Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township between 1863 and 1864. A notation in the assessment list states that George was a laborer.4 George Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 1 horned cow in Canal Township in 1865.5

Citations

  1. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1841 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  2. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1842 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  3. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1862 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  4. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1863 and 1864 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  5. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1865 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.

Venango Co. tax (?) Jackson Tp.

     John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres, 2 horses, and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1847. His trade is listed as miller.1 John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres and 2 horses in Jackson Township in 1847.2 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1848.3 John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres, 1 horse, and 3 cows in Jackson Township in 1849.4 John Sanner was taxed for no land in Jackson Township in 1850. His trade is listed as Miller.5 John Sanner was taxed for 1 horse and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1851.6 John Sanner Jr. was taxed for 1 horse in Jackson Township in 1851.7 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1852.8 John Sanner Jr. was taxed for 2 horses and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1852. It was noted that he was available for the militia.9 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1853.10 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and cows in Jackson Township in 1854.11 John Sanner was listed in the 1856 assessment lists for Jackson Township but not assessed for any property.12 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1857.13 John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1858.14 Gilbert Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1865. This land was probably conveyed to Gilbert by his father Jacob Sanner. The piece of property continued to be taxed to Gilbert's heirs following his death.15 Jacob Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1866. This is the last time that Jacob appears in the Jackson Township assessment lists.16 Francis C. Beatty was taxed for his occupation in Jackson Township, Venango County, in 1866.17 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1867.18 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1868.19 George Sanner was taxed for 25 acres in Jackson Township in 1869.20

Citations

  1. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1847 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  2. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1846 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  3. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1848 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  4. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1849 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  5. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1850 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  6. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  7. [S121] John Sanner Jr. entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  8. [S121] John Sinner entry, 1852 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  9. [S121] John Siner Jr. entry, 1852 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  10. [S121] John Siner entry, 1853 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  11. [S121] John Siner entry, 1854 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  12. [S121] John Sainer entry, 1856 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  13. [S121] John Sainer entry, 1857 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  14. [S121] John Siner entry, 1858 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  15. [S121] Guilbert Siner entry, 1865 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  16. [S121] Jacob Siner entry, 1866 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  17. [S121] Francis Beatty entry, 1866 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  18. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1867 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  19. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1868 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  20. [S121] George Sanner entry, 1869 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.

John Sanner

b. circa 1800, d. 9 July 1870
FatherJacob Sanner b. c 1772, d. c 1866
     John Sanner was born circa 1800 in Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Jacob Sanner. He married Catherine (?)2 He died on 9 July 1870 in Mecca Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.3 He was buried in East Mecca Cemetery, Mecca Township.3
     John Sanner was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census of Canal Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.4 John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township, Venango County, in 1841. This is the first entry for John Sanner in the assessment lists for Canal Township.5 John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Canal Township in 1842. This is the last time John appears in the Canal Township assessment lists.6 John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres, 2 horses, and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1847. His trade is listed as miller.7 John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres and 2 horses in Jackson Township in 1847.8 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1848.9 John Sanner was taxed for 100 acres, 1 horse, and 3 cows in Jackson Township in 1849.10 John Sanner was taxed for no land in Jackson Township in 1850. His trade is listed as Miller.11 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census of Jackson Township, Venango County. The household consisted of J. Sanner 50 [John]; C. 45 [Catherine]; R. 18 [Reuben]; J. 11; J. 10; S. 7 (f); J. 4 [Jacob].12 John Sanner was taxed for 1 horse and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1851.13 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1852.14 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1853.15 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and cows in Jackson Township in 1854.16 John Sanner was listed in the 1856 assessment lists for Jackson Township but not assessed for any property.17 John Sanner was taxed for 2 horses and 2 cows in Jackson Township in 1857.18 John Sanner was taxed for 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1858.19 He was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census of Sugarcreek Township, Venango County. The household consisted of John Sanner, 59; Catherine, 55; Jacob, 14.20 He and Catherine (?) were living in Mecca Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, in 1870.21

Family

Catherine (?) b. c 15 Apr 1805, d. 8 Mar 1882
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives.
  2. [S8] Obituary of Mrs. Katherine Sanner, The Oil City Derrick, Oil City, PA, 9 Mar 1882, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, (also in The Commonwealth (of Forest Co.), 16 Mar. 1882). Hereinafter cited as The Derrick.
  3. [S1100] Burial Record, East Mecca Cemetery, Mecca Tp., Trumbull Co., OH (John Sanner, d. 9 Jul 1870), viewed at www.findagrave.com.
  4. [S130] 1840 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., John Saner household, National Archives, (1 male under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 30-40).
  5. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1841 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  6. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1842 Venango County tax records, Canal Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  7. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1847 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  8. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1846 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  9. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1848 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  10. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1849 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  11. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1850 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  12. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives, (J. Sanner, 50, PA, farmer; C., 45, PA (f); R., 18, PA (m); J., 11, PA (m); J., 10, PA (m); S., 7, PA (f); J., 4, PA (m)).
  13. [S121] John Sanner entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  14. [S121] John Sinner entry, 1852 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  15. [S121] John Siner entry, 1853 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  16. [S121] John Siner entry, 1854 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  17. [S121] John Sainer entry, 1856 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  18. [S121] John Sainer entry, 1857 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  19. [S121] John Siner entry, 1858 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  20. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 59, PA, day laborer; Catherine, 55, PA; Jacob, 14, PA).
  21. [S323] 1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 69, PA, laborer; Catherine, 66, PA; Ettie, 6, PA).
  22. [S121] John Sinner and John Sinner Jr. entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  23. [S368] Reuben Sanner, Death Certificate 118714 (21 Dec. 1914), (informant: Jacob Sanner), Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  24. [S350] 1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., James Sanner household, National Archives, (James Sanner, 21, PA, farmer; Mary Ann, 19, PA; Samuel C., 1/12, OH).
  25. [S323] 1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., Joseph Sanner household, National Archives, (Joseph Sanner, 28, PA, laborer; Jane, 36, NY; Stephen, 6, OH).

John Sanner Jr.

b. 1 September 1829, d. 25 February 1901
FatherJohn Sanner1 b. c 1800, d. 9 Jul 1870
MotherCatherine (?)2 b. c 15 Apr 1805, d. 8 Mar 1882
     John Sanner Jr. was born on 1 September 1829 in Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.3 He was the son of John Sanner and Catherine (?)1,2 He married Deborah Turner, daughter of David Turner and Elizabeth Atwood, on 30 November 1848.3,4 He died on 25 February 1901 in Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, at age 71.3
     John Sanner Jr. was taxed for 1 horse in Jackson Township in 1851.5 John Sanner Jr. was taxed for 2 horses and 1 cow in Jackson Township in 1852. It was noted that he was available for the militia.6 He and Deborah Turner were living in Allegheny Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.7 He and Deborah Turner were living in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, in 1880.8 He and Deborah Sanner moved to Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, in April 1881.3,4,9

Family

Deborah Turner b. 25 Jul 1823, d. 14 Jan 1908
Children

Citations

  1. [S121] John Sinner and John Sinner Jr. entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  2. [S8] Obituary of Mrs. Katherine Sanner, The Oil City Derrick, Oil City, PA, 9 Mar 1882, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, (also in The Commonwealth (of Forest Co.), 16 Mar. 1882). Hereinafter cited as The Derrick.
  3. [S1484] Obituary of John Sanner, The Forest Republican, Tionesta, PA, 27 Feb 1901, p. 3, viewed at Newspapers.com (www.newspapers.com, accessed 21 Oct 2016).
  4. [S361] Obituary of Deborah Turner Sanner, Oil City Semi-Weekly Derrick, Oil City, PA, 24 Jan 1908, Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Semi-Weekly Derrick.
  5. [S121] John Sanner Jr. entry, 1851 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  6. [S121] John Siner Jr. entry, 1852 Venango County tax records, Jackson Tp.; Assessment Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango County tax records.
  7. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Allegheny Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 30, PA, farmer; Deborah, 35, NY; William, 10, PA; Montgomery, 5, PA; Smith, 1, PA; Elizabeth Turner, 67, RI).
  8. [S151] 1880 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cornplanter Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 50, PA/PA/PA, farmer; Deborah, 55, NY/NY/NY; Smith, 21, PA/PA/NY, son; Edward, 18, PA/PA/NY, son; Ida M., 18, PA/PA/NY, dau; Harriet W., 13, PA/PA/NY, dau).
  9. [S152] 1900 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Forest Co., Tionesta, John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, Sep 1829, PA/PA/PA, md56y, day laborer; Debra, Jul 1824, NY/NY/NY, tailoress).
  10. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Allegheny Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, ((John Sanner, 30, PA; Deborah, 35; William, 10; Montgomery, 5; Smith, 1; Elizabeth Turner, 67)).
  11. [S1462] James M. Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 55017 (29 June 1906), (informant: E. J. Sanner, Tionesta, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents John Sanner, bn Northumberland Co., PA, and Deborah Turner, bn Elmira, NY).
  12. [S361] James M. Sanner obituary, Oil City Semi-Weekly Derrick, Oil City, PA, 6 Jul 1906, Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, (states he was 59 years old which would put his year of birth at 1847). Hereinafter cited as Semi-Weekly Derrick.
  13. [S812] Oil City Marriage Register, Venango Co., PA, Edward J. Sanner and Carrie B. Hunter entry (1883), Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  14. [S1462] Edward John Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 41402 (12 Apr 1921), (informant: Mrs. Chas. Daubenspeck, Tionesta, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  15. [S39] Obituary of John Sanner probably from a Forest Co. newspaper, Unknown newspaper, undated clipping, Personal Files, Fairfax, Virginia.

Robert Beatty1

b. say 1760, d. 16 May 1823
ChartsAncestry of David Kipp Melat
     Robert Beatty was born say 1760.2,3 He married Agnes (?)1,4 He died on 16 May 1823 in Sugarcreek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.1,2 He was buried in Shaw Farm Cemetery, Sugarcreek Township.5
     
Research Note, 10 January 2014:

It is not know where Robert Beatty was born or where he was living prior to his arrival in northwestern Pennsylvania in 1797. The 1890 Venango County history states that he came from one of the eastern counties of Pennsylvania. A biographical sketch of his son John states that John was born on the west branch of the Susquehanna River in 1788.
     It is a matter of family tradition that Robert Beatty served in the Revolutionary War. According to a modern-day gravestone at the traditionally accepted location of Robert's grave, Robert served with Cantine's Regiment, N. Y. Militia during the Revolution. However, there is no evidence beyond family tradition to support the claim that Robert served in this particular regiment or even served in the Revolution. While there was a Robert Beatty who served in Cantine's Regiment, there is no evidence known to this researcher to link the Cantine's Regiment Robert Beatty with the Robert Beatty of Venango County. Further, neither Robert nor his widow Nancy applied for a veteran's pension even though peers of theirs did. Until more definitive evidence comes to light this researcher does not hold Robert Beatty as a veteran of the Revolutionary War.6,7

Research Note, 10 January 2014:

According to family tradition, Robert Beatty's wife's name was Nancy or Agnes Calhoun. Further, it has now become widely accepted that Robert's wife was the daughter of Samuel Calhoun and his wife Mary Clendennen of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Samuel and Mary did have a daughter Agnes born on 3 April 1765. While it is possible that Robert's wife's name was Calhoun and that she was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Calhoun born in 1765, there is no evidence to prove that speculation. Until further evidence comes to light, this researcher will not include that line in this body of work.
     Robert Beatty and Agnes (?) settled in Sugarcreek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in April 1797 according to a deposition that Robert signed the land warrant application he submitted in 1806.8 Robert's name appears on ledgers of trading posts operated George Power and Edward Hale prior to 1800 in the settlement located where the city of Franklin now stands. George Power's ledger is dated 1794 to 1800 while Hale's ledger spans 1798 to 1800 in 1800 in Venango County, Pennsylvania.9 He and Agnes (?) are said to have been the first settlers in the Sugar Creek valley and the first within the limits of what is now in Jackson Township, Venango County. The specific location of their settlement was where Sugar Creek crosses from Sugarcreek Borough into Jackson Township, south of modern-day Cooperstown. However, this area was located within Sugarcreek Township until the formation of Jackson Township in 1845. As described in the 1890 Venango County history, at that location, "the valley of the stream is fully half a mile wide. The channel of the creek is near the bluffs on the east leaving a level expanse of meadows with a gradual slope from the west. At an early date this was called 'the prairie.' It was not covered by a dense forest like the surrounding country but merely with an thick growth of underbrush, and was readily reduced to cultivation."10,3 He received a land grant along with a Mr. Oliver Ormsby, a merchant from Pittsburgh in Sugarcreek Township on 27 October 1806. This grant was for 400 acres of land Robert had settled upon, as described above. He paid $53.90 for the tract. According to his application, Robert had built a nineteen foot square house that was one and a half stories high. He also had a barn and stable. He had at least 20 acres of land cleared and cultivated with "several crops of wheat, rye, corn, oats, and grasses."8 He received a land grant for 169 acres "situated on the waters of Sugar Creek" in Sugarcreek Township on 5 April 1814. Robert paid $20 per hundered acres plus interest from March 1801.11
     Robert Beatty served as supervisor of Sugarcreek Township in 1804 and 1805 and in 1806 served on a grand jury for Venango County.12
     Robert and Agnes were Presbyterians and where among the original members of the Sugar Creek Presbyterian Church, one of the oldest denominational organizations in western Pennsylvania. Robert was to have given four acres for a church and graveyard.13 Robert was associated with the Democrat Party.6
     Robert left a will on 27 December 1822 in Venango County. According to the will, which was entered into probate on 22 May 1823, one third of Robert's estate was for his "beloved wife" Nancy. His sons Frances and Robert were to divided his real estate and receive a horse, saddle and bridle, and one gun each. His daughters Mary and Jane where to receive one dollar while sons John and Samuel and daughter Nancy already received $40, $50, and $16 respectively. Daughter Sarahan, Elizabeth, Isabella, Ann, and Lilah were to receive equal shares of his personal estate.14 An inventory for Robert's estate was filed on 18 January 1823. According to the inventory, his personal estate was worth $776.51.15

Family

Agnes (?) b. c 1766, d. a 1850
Children

Citations

  1. [S154] Robert Beaty will, Venango County Will WB 1:27, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), p. 689 (account of Robert Beatty's settlement in Jackson Tp.). Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  3. [S128] 1820 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beaty entry, National Archives, (1 male 16-18, 2 males 16-26, 1 male over 45, 1 female 10-15, 3 females 16-25, 1 female 26-45, 1 female over 45).
  4. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., A. Beaty household, National Archives.
  5. [S1441] Gravestone, Robert Beatty, Shaw Farm, Sugarcreek Boro, Venango Co., PA; read by Kipp Melat, modern-day gravestone inscribed 1760-1823, Cantine's Regt, NY Militia, Rev. War.
  6. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), pp. 689-690. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  7. [S371] Helen M. Snyder, compiler, Genealogy of Robert Beatty, 1760-1823, First Settler of Jackson Twp., Venango Co., PA (n.p.: private, 1981), p. 17. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of Robert Beatty.
  8. [S1440] Warrant Applications, 1733-1952: Robert Beatty, Venango Co., 27 Oct 1806, Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
  9. [S120] J.H. Newton, editor, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania and Incidentally of Petroleum (Columbus, OH: J.A. Caldwell, 1879), pp. 120-121. Hereinafter cited as 1879 Venango Co. History.
  10. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), p. 689. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  11. [S1440] Warrant Applications, 1733-1952: Robert Beatty, Venango Co., 5 Apr 1814, Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
  12. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), p. 144. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  13. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), pp. 689-690, 698-701. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  14. [S154] WB 1:27 will, Venango County Will, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  15. [S372] Robert Beatty, Venango County Probate, Appraisement filed 13 Jun 1823, ammended 18 Jun 1823, Venango County Historical Society, Franklin, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Venango Co. Probate.
  16. [S190] Unknown author, History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania (n.p.: n.pub., 1888), p. 481. Hereinafter cited as History of Mercer County.
  17. [S370] Gravestone, Mary Kelley, Dempsey Cemetery, Oakland Tp., Venango Co., PA; read by Alice Morrison, 1963.
  18. [S129] 1830 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beatty household, National Archives.
  19. [S130] 1840 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beatty household, National Archives.
  20. [S371] Helen M. Snyder, compiler, Genealogy of Robert Beatty, 1760-1823, First Settler of Jackson Twp., Venango Co., PA (n.p.: private, 1981), p. 93 (dates appear to be from gravestone in Sugarcreek Memorial Cemetery). Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of Robert Beatty.

Agnes (?)1,2

b. circa 1766, d. after 1850
ChartsAncestry of David Kipp Melat
     Agnes (?) was born circa 1766 in Pennsylvania.1,2,3 She married Robert Beatty.1,2 She died after 1850.1,2
     
Research Note, 10 January 2014:

According to family tradition, Robert Beatty's wife's name was Nancy or Agnes Calhoun. Further, it has now become widely accepted that Robert's wife was the daughter of Samuel Calhoun and his wife Mary Clendennen of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Samuel and Mary did have a daughter Agnes born on 3 April 1765. While it is possible that Robert's wife's name was Calhoun and that she was the daughter of Samuel and Mary Calhoun born in 1765, there is no evidence to prove that speculation. Until further evidence comes to light, this researcher will not include that line in this body of work.
     Agnes (?) and Robert Beatty were living in Sugarcreek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in April 1797 according to a deposition that Robert signed the land warrant application he submitted in 1806.4 She and Robert Beatty lived in Jackson Township, Venango County, are said to have been the first settlers in the Sugar Creek valley and the first within the limits of what is now.5,3
     Agnes and Robert were Presbyterians and where among the original members of the Sugar Creek Presbyterian Church, one of the oldest denominational organizations in western Pennsylvania. Robert was to have given four acres for a church and graveyard.6 She is head of household in the 1850 Census of Jackson Township, Venango County, as A. Beaty. The household consisted of A. Beaty, 84; E. (f), 49; S. (m), 15, "idiot"; M.A. (f), 11; W.H. (m), 10; F. (m), 6.7

Family

Robert Beatty b. s 1760, d. 16 May 1823
Children

Citations

  1. [S154] Robert Beaty will, Venango County Will WB 1:27, Registrar & Recorder's Office, Courthouse, Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  2. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., A. Beaty household, National Archives.
  3. [S128] 1820 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beaty entry, National Archives, (1 male 16-18, 2 males 16-26, 1 male over 45, 1 female 10-15, 3 females 16-25, 1 female 26-45, 1 female over 45).
  4. [S1440] Warrant Applications, 1733-1952: Robert Beatty, Venango Co., 27 Oct 1806, Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
  5. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), p. 689. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  6. [S34] Unknown author, History of Venango County, Pennsylvania. Its Past and Present. (Chicago, IL: Brown, Runk & Co., 1890), pp. 689-690, 698-701. Hereinafter cited as History of Venango Co. (1890).
  7. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., A. Beaty household, National Archives, (A. Beaty, 84; E. (f), 49; S. (m), 15, "idiot"; M.A. (f), 11; W.H. (m), 10; F. (m), 6).
  8. [S190] Unknown author, History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania (n.p.: n.pub., 1888), p. 481. Hereinafter cited as History of Mercer County.
  9. [S370] Gravestone, Mary Kelley, Dempsey Cemetery, Oakland Tp., Venango Co., PA; read by Alice Morrison, 1963.
  10. [S129] 1830 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beatty household, National Archives.
  11. [S130] 1840 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Sugarcreek Tp., Robert Beatty household, National Archives.
  12. [S371] Helen M. Snyder, compiler, Genealogy of Robert Beatty, 1760-1823, First Settler of Jackson Twp., Venango Co., PA (n.p.: private, 1981), p. 93 (dates appear to be from gravestone in Sugarcreek Memorial Cemetery). Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of Robert Beatty.

Elizabeth Beatty1

b. circa 1801
FatherRobert Beatty1 b. s 1760, d. 16 May 1823
MotherAgnes (?)1 b. c 1766, d. a 1850
     Elizabeth Beatty was born circa 1801 in Sugarcreek Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania.1 She was the daughter of Robert Beatty and Agnes (?)1
     Elizabeth Beatty was enumerated in the household of Agnes Beatty on the 1850 Census of Jackson Township, Venango County.2 She is head of household in the 1860 Census of Canal Township, Venango County. The household consisted of Elizabeth Beaty, 54, and her nephew Samuel Beaty, 25.3

Citations

  1. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., A. Beaty household, National Archives.
  2. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., A. Beaty household, National Archives, (A. Beaty, 84; E. (f), 49; S. (m), 15, "idiot"; M.A. (f), 11; W.H. (m), 10; F. (m), 6).
  3. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Canal Tp., Elizabeth Beaty household, National Archives, (Elizabeth Beaty, 54, Samuel Beaty, 25).

Gene Humphrey Kennedy1

ChartsDescendants of Louis Charles Hoffman
Descendant of George Francis and Mary Catherine (Eisenman) Sanner
     Gene Humphrey Kennedy married Lou Ann Swift, daughter of Shirley Lou Hoffman, on 24 June 1978.1

Citations

  1. [S76] First-hand knowledge and personal recollections of Shirley Hoffman Confer (Franklin, PA), as told to Kipp Melat. Notes in Personal Files (Fairfax, Virginia).

Shane Paul Kennedy1

FatherGene Humphrey Kennedy1
MotherLou Ann Swift1
ChartsDescendants of Louis Charles Hoffman
Descendant of George Francis and Mary Catherine (Eisenman) Sanner
     Shane Paul Kennedy is the son of Gene Humphrey Kennedy and Lou Ann Swift.1

Citations

  1. [S76] First-hand knowledge and personal recollections of Shirley Hoffman Confer (Franklin, PA), as told to Kipp Melat. Notes in Personal Files (Fairfax, Virginia).

Sabrina Lynn Kennedy1

FatherGene Humphrey Kennedy1
MotherLou Ann Swift1
ChartsDescendants of Louis Charles Hoffman
Descendant of George Francis and Mary Catherine (Eisenman) Sanner
     Sabrina Lynn Kennedy is the daughter of Gene Humphrey Kennedy and Lou Ann Swift.1

Citations

  1. [S76] First-hand knowledge and personal recollections of Shirley Hoffman Confer (Franklin, PA), as told to Kipp Melat. Notes in Personal Files (Fairfax, Virginia).

Catherine (?)1

b. circa 15 April 1805, d. 8 March 1882
     Catherine (?) was born circa 15 April 1805 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.1 She married John Sanner, son of Jacob Sanner.1 She died on 8 March 1882 in Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.1 She was buried in West Maca, Ohio.1
     Catherine (?) and John Sanner were living in Mecca Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, in 1870.2

Family

John Sanner b. c 1800, d. 9 Jul 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary of Mrs. Katherine Sanner, The Oil City Derrick, Oil City, PA, 9 Mar 1882, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, (also in The Commonwealth (of Forest Co.), 16 Mar. 1882). Hereinafter cited as The Derrick.
  2. [S323] 1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 69, PA, laborer; Catherine, 66, PA; Ettie, 6, PA).
  3. [S368] Reuben Sanner, Death Certificate 118714 (21 Dec. 1914), (informant: Jacob Sanner), Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  4. [S350] 1860 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., James Sanner household, National Archives, (James Sanner, 21, PA, farmer; Mary Ann, 19, PA; Samuel C., 1/12, OH).
  5. [S323] 1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., Joseph Sanner household, National Archives, (Joseph Sanner, 28, PA, laborer; Jane, 36, NY; Stephen, 6, OH).
  6. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives, (J. Sanner, 50, PA, farmer; C., 45, PA (f); R., 18, PA (m); J., 11, PA (m); J., 10, PA (m); S., 7, PA (f); J., 4, PA (m)).
  7. [S137] 1850 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., J. Sanner household, National Archives.

Deborah Turner1

b. 25 July 1823, d. 14 January 1908
FatherDavid Turner2
MotherElizabeth Atwood2
     Deborah Turner was born on 25 July 1823 near New York.3,1 She was the daughter of David Turner and Elizabeth Atwood.2 She married John Sanner Jr., son of John Sanner and Catherine (?), on 30 November 1848.4,1 She died on 14 January 1908 in Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, at age 84.1 She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Tionesta, Forest County.1
     Deborah Turner and John Sanner Jr. were living in Allegheny Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1860.5 She and John Sanner Jr. were living in Cornplanter Township, Venango County, in 1880.6 She and John Sanner Jr. moved to Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, in April 1881.4,1,7

Family

John Sanner Jr. b. 1 Sep 1829, d. 25 Feb 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S361] Obituary of Deborah Turner Sanner, Oil City Semi-Weekly Derrick, Oil City, PA, 24 Jan 1908, Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Semi-Weekly Derrick.
  2. [S1462] Deborah Turner Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 10971 (16 Jan 1908), (informant: J. M. Turner, Oil City, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents David Turner, bn NY, and Elizabeth Atwood, bn VT).
  3. [S1462] Deborah Turner Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 10971 (16 Jan 1908), (informant: J. M. Turner, Oil City, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  4. [S1484] Obituary of John Sanner, The Forest Republican, Tionesta, PA, 27 Feb 1901, p. 3, viewed at Newspapers.com (www.newspapers.com, accessed 21 Oct 2016).
  5. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Allegheny Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 30, PA, farmer; Deborah, 35, NY; William, 10, PA; Montgomery, 5, PA; Smith, 1, PA; Elizabeth Turner, 67, RI).
  6. [S151] 1880 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Cornplanter Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, 50, PA/PA/PA, farmer; Deborah, 55, NY/NY/NY; Smith, 21, PA/PA/NY, son; Edward, 18, PA/PA/NY, son; Ida M., 18, PA/PA/NY, dau; Harriet W., 13, PA/PA/NY, dau).
  7. [S152] 1900 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Forest Co., Tionesta, John Sanner household, National Archives, (John Sanner, Sep 1829, PA/PA/PA, md56y, day laborer; Debra, Jul 1824, NY/NY/NY, tailoress).
  8. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Allegheny Tp., John Sanner household, National Archives, ((John Sanner, 30, PA; Deborah, 35; William, 10; Montgomery, 5; Smith, 1; Elizabeth Turner, 67)).
  9. [S361] James M. Sanner obituary, Oil City Semi-Weekly Derrick, Oil City, PA, 6 Jul 1906, Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, (states he was 59 years old which would put his year of birth at 1847). Hereinafter cited as Semi-Weekly Derrick.
  10. [S1462] James M. Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 55017 (29 June 1906), (informant: E. J. Sanner, Tionesta, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA; (parents John Sanner, bn Northumberland Co., PA, and Deborah Turner, bn Elmira, NY).
  11. [S812] Oil City Marriage Register, Venango Co., PA, Edward J. Sanner and Carrie B. Hunter entry (1883), Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania.
  12. [S1462] Edward John Sanner, Pennsylvania Death Certificate 41402 (12 Apr 1921), (informant: Mrs. Chas. Daubenspeck, Tionesta, PA), viewed at Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, accessed 25 Apr 2014; original at Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  13. [S39] Obituary of John Sanner probably from a Forest Co. newspaper, Unknown newspaper, undated clipping, Personal Files, Fairfax, Virginia.

Reuben Sanner1

b. 18 August 1832, d. 18 December 1914
FatherJohn Sanner1 b. c 1800, d. 9 Jul 1870
MotherCatherine (?)1 b. c 15 Apr 1805, d. 8 Mar 1882
     Reuben Sanner was born on 18 August 1832 in Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of John Sanner and Catherine (?)1 He married Nancy (?)2 He married Henrietta J. Barr circa 1888.3 He died on 18 December 1914 in Oil City, Venango County, at age 82.1 He was buried in Bethel Cemetery, Oakland Township, Venango County.1
     Reuben Sanner and Nancy (?) were living in Allegheny Township, Venango County, in 1860.4 He served in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Civil War. He enlisted as a private in Company E, Ohio 177th Infantry Regiment on 28 September 1864. He mustered out on 24 Jun 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina.5 He and Nancy (?) were living in Mecca Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, between 1870 and 1880.2,6 He and Henrietta J. Barr were living in Jackson Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, in 1900.3,7

Family 1

Nancy (?)
Children

Family 2

Henrietta J. Barr b. 9 Jan 1858, d. 14 Feb 1913

Citations

  1. [S368] Reuben Sanner, Death Certificate 118714 (21 Dec. 1914), (informant: Jacob Sanner), Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records, New Castle, PA.
  2. [S323] 1870 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., Ruben Sanner household, National Archives, (Ruben Sanner, 37, PA, laborer; Nancy, 38, PA; Clara, 10, PA; Harry A., 8, OH).
  3. [S152] 1900 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Reuben Sanner household, National Archives, (Reuben Sanner, Aug 1834, PA/PA/PA, md 12y, farmer; Henryetta, Jan 1858, PA/PA/PA, 1child/1lvg; Clifford, Aug 1881, PA/PA/PA, farm laborer; Jessie Brown, May 1885, PA/PA/PA (f), single, boarder).
  4. [S155] 1860 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Allegheny Tp., Reuben Sanner household, National Archives, (Reuben Sanner, 27, PA, farmer; Nancy, 28, PA; Clara P., 6/12, PA).
  5. [S973] Historical Data Systems, comp.. U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles [database on-line]. Reuben Sanner, viewed at Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com).
  6. [S560] 1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Trumbull Co., Mecca Tp., Reuben Sanner household, National Archives, (Reuben Sanner, 47, PA/PA/PA, laborer; Nancy, 50, PA/PA/PA; Clara P., 21, PA).
  7. [S207] 1910 U.S. Census, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Jackson Tp., Reuben Sanner household, National Archives, (Reuben Sanner, 76, PA/PA/PA, md 22y, farmer; Henrietta J., 52, PA/PA/PA, 1child/1lvg).