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Annual Membership in the society is $5 for individuals and $7 for families.  Meetings are held at the LDS Family History Center, 199 North Place, Frederick, MD, at 7 PM on the 4th Tuesday of each month except for July and August. 301-698-0406

FRECOGS mailing address:

FRECOGS
Post Office Box 234
Monrovia, Maryland
21770-0234

FRECOGS officers:

Al Werking, President                  Susanne F Flowers, Vice President
8212 Greenvale Drive         9144 Bethel Road
Frederick, MD 21702         Frederick, MD 21702

G Helen Six, Secretary               Trudie Davis Long, Membership/Editor
13 Norva Avenue                      8213 Mapleville Road
Frederick, MD 21701         Mount Airy, MD 21771-9713
301-663-5359             301-831-5781

Donna Younkin Logan, Treasurer
12109-A Old Frederick Road
Thurmont, MD 21788 301-898-3179

HOT NEWS
Dues increase starting Jan 1, 1993. $10 for individuals, $12 for family membership.
1993 NGS Conference in the States in Baltimore 2-5 June.
January meeting will be by Bob Johnson on putting important events and mementos on video.

CONTENTS
2    Editor’s note
2    In the Mail
3    Wanted/For sale/Services.
4    Bible Record
4    New and Renewal Members
6    New Books
6     Misc
7        Board of Trustees of Western MD College for 1892-3
8     Queries

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EDITOR’S NOTE
Please note new officers.
In some reference journal or book there is an address for FRECOGS listing Frederick, MD 21770 instead of Monrovia, MD 21770.  Does anyone know what this is in so I can get it corrected?  Most of the mail seems to be forwarded to the Monrovia post office, but of course, I don’t know what slips by them and is returned to senders.
The Seminar that was supposed to be held on October 17 never got off the ground.  Carol Perry could not find a place that would take us on the day we wanted.
Carol and George Perry, who have served this society in all capacities since it first started, have moved to Wyoming, and George plans to run a campground.  Carol says that wherever they on she will have a library.  They will be missed.  Their new address, Box 91, Lusk, WY Er:i225

NOTES

Re Prodigy members: Suzanne Flowers ID #JBXH07A.

IN THE MAIL

The society has received 3 issues of The BEALL News.  These will be placed with the other periodicals and letters in the vertical files.  Subscriptions are $10/year from the BEALL Family Association, % Paperweight Printing, 326 S E 82nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97216.
We will also be exchanging newsletters with the ESTEP family journal, and now have all printed issues from 1991 to the present.  Nova A Lemons is the Editor of the ESTEP family Association, 12206 Brisbane Ave, Dallas, TX 75234-6528.  The newsletter is published quarterly for $8/calendar year.  Contributions of material are solicited and queries are free-just make sure your name and address are on everything
you send.
Complementary copies of The Generator for Oct, Nov and Dec ’92 from the St Mary’s Co Genealogical Society, Inc have been received.  The address is P 0 Box 1 109, Leonardtown, MD 20650
The Newsletter of the VAN FOORHEES Association, Vol 10 #2 for August has been received.  Their address: 310 Rockland Ave, River Vale, NJ 07675

Loudoun Public Libraries is pleased to announce the opening of the Thomas Balch Library as a local History and Genealogy Branch.  Located at 208 West Market Street in Leesburg, the library has a collection of over 3000 Books as well as extensive files on Loudoun People and places, Loudoun Newspapers from 1800-1986, and the original Sanborn Maps of Leesburg.  The address is 2 blocks from the courthouse and the Museum.  Free parking.  Tues 10-3; Weds 2-8; Thurs and Fri 12-5; Sat 12-4.  Call 777-0132 for further information.  Jane Sullivan is the Branch Manager.

The National Archives building at College Park, MD informally known as Archives 11, will open in 1994 for research.  Records will come from facilities in Suitland, MD, Alexandria, VA and the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.  This complex move of records and 600 staff members will cause some inconveniences during the moving period of Dec 1993 to Dec 1995.  Press Release (NCGS News Vol 16, #6)

A week long tour to SLC has been announced for 7-14 Feb 1993.  The program organizer Bill R Linder, is an author and former director of central reference at the National Archives.  Assisting will be Antoinette J Segraves, executive director of the Genealogical Society of PA.  The group will be housed at the Howard Johnson’s which is located across from Temple Square and next door to the Family History Library.  For details write to Bill Linder, 4615 9th Street South, Arlington, VA 22204.  NGS Newsletter Vol 18 #5)

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Also for the same week with a different guide: The tour host is Donna Reid Hotaling, complemented by selected guest lecturers.  The cost is $450 double occupancy.  When requested, Mrs Hotalling will help you find a roommate, or you may have a single room with a $75 supplement.  Airfare is not included, but as a registered travel agent she guarantees the cheapest airfares available.  Donna Reid Hotalling, 2255 Decar Lane, Vienna, VA 22182-5242 or phone (703) 560-4496. (As above)

J Carlyle Parker, university archivist at CA State University, Stanislaus has discovered an error in the 1920 US federal census microfilm catalogs published by the National Archives and the Family History Library.  Under California, the catalogs describe the roll (Archives T625, roll 126 and FHL microfilm 1820126) as containing Shasta Co (EDs 96-100; 101-104, and 106-113) and Sacramento Co (ED 126-135; 69-77; 82-85 and 136-138) when it really contains Sacramento Co (ED 86-125). (As above)

The Federation of Genealogical Societies is no longer producing and distributing the Forum for free.  Beginning in 1993 the subscription price will be $15.  However, people who belong to a member society (FRECOGS at this point is nonparticipating) can subscribe for $9/year.  Federation of Genealogical Societies, P 0 Box 3385, Salt Lake City, UT 84110-3385

The Florida Chapter OGS will be hosting their 9th Annual Conference at the Hilton Hotel In Melbourne FL on Fri, Feb 19 and Sat Feb 20th 1993.  Guest speaker will be Mary Bowman President of OGS.  Prodigy will have a demonstration area, and the 1920 Ohio census soundex will be available. $26.00 for the 2 day seminar, if you are in FL those days.  Write Bob BOXELL, 645 Saint Dunstan Way, Winter Park, FL 32792-4860.

Palatine to America, Ohio chapter, Capital University, Box 101, Columbus, OH 43209-2394, 1993 National Conference is bein8 held at the Fawcett Center for Tomorrow Hotel and conference Center of the hio State University June 17, 18 and 19. Keynote speaker is Dr George Schweitzer, and other speakers are: Clifford Neal Smith, Annette Burgert, Peggy Shomo Joyner, Carol Willsey Bell, Ernest Thode, Hubert Wilhelm and Thomas Burke.  For more info send your name, and address (9 digit ZIPS please) to the address above.
In conjunction with this conference, the Ohio Chapter is sponsoring the publication of a monograph on the movement of groups of Germans into, within and out of Ohio, All are asked to participate and furnish any info they have of such movement.  If you have a contribution please be it to Ernest THODE, RR #7 Box 397 Kern Rd, Marietta, OH 45750-9437 by 1 March 1993.

William LAWSON, son of John LAWSON, was born near Annapolis, MD in 1786, and he married Rebecca GRIGSBY, was born in Frederick Co, MD in 1793. from H H Hardesty’s History of Harrison Co, VA (WCGS, Nov 1992, vol 13 #2 pg 8)

Rev Joseph RHEA b 1715 died 20 Sept 1777 buried Piney Creek Maryland.  This notation is on a stone at Weavers Cemetery in Eastern Tennessee.  From the files of Mary Campbell Culbertson given to WAG member Evelyn S Thompson, 37 Dolp-hin Dr, Treasure Island, FL 33706 as listed in the WAG Bulletin Vol 21 #2.

“Here lies an atheist-all dressed up and no place to go.” tombstone in Thurmont, MD listed in Ripley’s Believe It or Not Tombstones and Graveyards (1966)

WANTED/FOR SALE
In 1987 1 sold a picture of my great-grandfather, John RAUCH in civil war uniform and discharge paper, in frame. 1861-1865, Washington, DC.  Please contact me, if you have this or any info. 410-323–4991 (The News, Frederick, MD, Weds, Nov 4 1992)

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I (TDL) had a ca 1834 box at the last FRECOGS meeting that was lined with a 1834 Baltimore newspaper, an -ad from which appears under MISC in this issue.  The bottom of the box has the following information: Sam’l STEVENSON; Capt Geo.  ROHR; Fredk.  Sam ZIMMERMAN who owns the box/trunk wants to sell it for $130.  If you live in Frederick Co, MD-he is in the phone book.  I will refer any requests to me to Sammy.

Wishing to look up records for fee at the Somerset Courthouse in Somerset, PA-Terry Gerzsenyi, RD 4 Box 200C, Somerset, PA 15501.  Send wants for fee estimate.

BIBLE RECORDS
I sat in Wonder Book and Video on Rt 40 and copied this info out of a bible: Ethel Ree apparently gave the bible to her sister ‘Lena’.  Holy Bible 1964 by Heirloom Bible Publishers, Inc.
Charles Leroy KNIGHT, b 8 Jun 1899 Gates Co, NC, d 9 Jul 1955, bu Brown Hill Cem, Pitt Co, NC. m 22 Sept 1920, Beaufort Co, NC to Lena WILLIAMS, b 30 Sept 1899 Beaufort Co, NC, d 15 Feb 1974, bu Brown Hill Cem, Pitt Co, NC.
CH:    Ethel Ree KNIGHT, b 22 Apr 1920, Washington, Beaufort Co, NC, d 5 Aug 1977, bu Brown Hill Cem, Pitt Co, NC.
Lillian KNIGHT b 1-1 2-21 Beaufort Co, NC, m May 1942 Fate MOSELY in Greenville, Pitt Co, NC.
Learline KNIGHT b 13 Mar 1923, Beaufort Co, NC, d 22 Nov 1975, bu Brown Hill Cem, Pitt Co, NC, m 1- 1 7-47 William A SIMPSON in Pitt Co, NC.
Alma Lucile KNIGHT b 5-9-27 Beaufort Co, NC m Apr 49, Robert Lee JONES.
Hannah KNIGHT b 1 1 /1 7/24 Beaufort Co, NC m 4-22-48 Willie ASKEW, SR.
Clara Bell KNIGHT.

NEW AND RENEWAL MEMBERS
AUBLE, Mrs Virgil, 12598 E Co Rd 24, Republic, OH “867-9771
BEALL, Edward W, 22630 Ridge Road, Germantown, MD 20876
CADY, Jeanne DOTY, 6618 Belle Grade Ave, San Diego, CA 92119
COOK, Gloria, Rt 8 Box 158, Cat Creek Rd, Valdosta, GA 31602
DEENER, Herb, 304 South 2nd St, Woodsboro, MD 21798, DEENER, PAINTER,
NORRIS, SPENCER, PENNER
DELO,ZIER, Carole and Jesse, 8745 Rhodes Ct, Santee, CA 92071
DITTMER, Warren, 10 Revere Road, Ardsley, NY 10502
HOPKINS, William and Irene, 265 Sansbury Rd, Friendship, MD 20758
MARTIN, J Stanwood, 308 Devon Lane, West Chester, PA 19380
MAYNER, Merle and Ruth, 5602 Honeysuckle Ct, Frederick, MD 21701
MYERS, Margaret E, 409 Culler Ave, Frederick, MD 21 701-41 1 1
NILSSON, Norma, 108 Alessandra Ct #1 17, Frederick, MD 21702
ORTOLANI, Meridel,     657 South 750 East, Bountiful, UT 84010
SAIN, Mark, 27713 Barnes Rd, Damascus, MD 20872-1530
SUMMERFIELD, Albert and Ella, 51 10 Greenwood Ave, N., Seattle WA 98103
THOMAS, Judith, 10176 Crestview Dr, Frederick, MD 21702
WARD, Virginia V, 15 Beverly Road, Mt Kisco, NY 10549
WOODBY, Alice G, 9002 Beivoir Woods Parkway, No. 101, Ft Belvoir, VA 22060

Cards submitted on the following families by Patricia MOORE FALLER, Rt 4 box 48410, Madisonville, TN 37354
BAER, George b 1728 GER d 21 Jul 1807 Fred City, f/o Henry (Rev War) b 13 Feb 1758 d 17 Mar 1848 MD, f/o Elizabeth b 10 May 1798 d 17 Aug 1862 MD.
BRENGLE, Christian b & d in GER, f/o Kilian b 31 Dec 1705 d Jul 1773 GER, f/o George b 27 Jan 1745 GER d 1823-1830 Fred City, MD, f/o Elizabeth b 1 1 Feb 1775.
DADISMAN, Johannes, f/o Jacob b 8 May 1754 GER d 14 Aug 1841 VA, f/o Ezra b ca 1809 Fred, MD, d 31 Oct 1844, f/o Mary Jane b 22 Sep 1835, d 27 Oct 1920 Pitts,PA.

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FOUT/FAUTH, Balthasar b ca 1700 GER, d May 1751 Fred, MD, f/o Maria b 14 Jan
1732 d 6 Oct 1795.
GLESSNER, John b ca 1763 d 12 Sep 1843 PA, f/o William (Capt), b 20 Oct 1804 PA, d 8 Jun 1886 Fred City, MD, f/o William Thomas b 9 Apr 1833 d 22 Jan 1905, f/o Jessie b 1 Nov 1875 d 23 Jan 1961 MD.
HALLER, George Michael b ca 1734 d 1792 Fred City, MD, f/o Tobias b ca 1768 Fred City, MD d bef-ore 1820, f/o Magareth b 12 Mar 1800 d 2 Mar 1822.
HEICHLER/HEUCHLER, Nicholas b Jan 1730 d 1 May 1807 Fred City, MD, f/o Elizabeth b 1 May 1769 d 1 1 May 1863.
KAHLE, Samuel b 6 Apr 1830 d 23 Nov 1891 Middletown, f/o Laura b 10 Mar 1856 OH, d 14 Feb 1935 Fred City, MD.
KELLY, Jacob lived in VA, f/o Catherine b ca 1810 VA d 29 Jun 1881 Fred City, MD.
KELLER, Sarah/Selle b 1760-1765 d 13 Jan 1837 Fred City, MD w/o Jacob DADISMAN.
KIMBALL, John will pr Mar 1770 Fred City, MD, f/o Mary/Magdalena b 1736 d Mar
1768.
MOORE, George b 2 Jun 1791 d 5 Nov 1874, f/o John b 8 Jun 1820 d 23 May 1907, f/o William b 17 Mar 1845 d 28 Jul 1924, f/o Frank b 16 Jun 1876, d 16 May 1946, f/o Erwin b 20 Jan 191 1, still living, f/o Patricia b 1 Jul 1938.
SHELLMAN/SCHELLMANNIN, John b ca 1723 GER, d 18 Apr 1816 Fred City, MD, f/o Elizabeth b 8 Aug 1759, d 8 Jan 1829.
SHOPE/SHOUP/!5CHLAUP, Jacob b ca 1761 d before 1820 Census, f/o Elizabeth b 27 Sep 181 1 /Jun 181 0, d 27 Sep 1868 Fred City, MD.
WYSONG/WISONG, Ludwig b ca 1715 GER, will probate 1784 PA, f/o Jacob (Rev War) b 1757 PA d 7 Sep 1823 WVA, f/o lssac b 15 Oct 1788 VA d 25 Jan 1874 Fred City, MD, f/o Mary b 26 Aug 1822 MD, d 5 Sep 1907 Fred City, MD.

Cards submitted on the following families by Warren DITTMER, 1 0 Revere Rd, Ardsley, NY 10502.
WINEBRENNER, Morris, b mid 1700s, d 1850 in Alleg Co, MD. m Hannah b S Carolina.
Ch: Margaret, Isaac, Mary, Catherine, Lydia, Morris, Eve, Jacob, Hannah, Rachael.
FOUTZ (FOUTCH), Tobias, b late 1700s d 1840-50 Alleg Co, MD, m Catherine Mary
WINEBRENNER.  Ch: Morris, Jacob, Tobias, Jr, John, Sarah, Hannah, Louisa.

Cards submitted on the following families by William and Irene M Hopkins, 265 Sansbury Rd, Friendship, MD 20758
BRANTNER, Elizabeth (Margaret) b 29 Jun 1792, d 1 1 May 1848 bu Boonsboro, MD m
22 Nov 1808 Ephraim DAVIS.  Possibly dau of John and Susanah BRANTNER.
DAVIS, Ephraim, b 26 Dec 1771 d 1 1 may 1847 bu Boonsboro, MD, #1 /w Charlotte
BOONE, #2/w m 22 Nov 1808 Elizabeth BRANDNER.  Ch #1/w: Elias and William.  Ch
#2/w: Jonas m Mary, Frisby, John Lloyd, Joseph, Ellen, Fietta b 1810 m Jacob SMITH.
KREINER, John m 12 Dec 1801 Elizabeth SMITH both bu Rose Hill Cem, Hagerstown,
MD. Ch: Elizabeth 1810-1889 m George T THORNBURG, Ann Margaret 1805, William 4
Feb 1807-(1804) (Ed: this is probably a typo-she may have meant 1904-Irene?)
SMITH, Elizabeth 6 1782 d 1845 (Fred Co, MD) m 1801 John KREINER.  Ch: Anna
Margaret 1805, William, Elizabeth 4 Feb 181 1.
SMITH, Jacob b 25 Sept 1805 d 2 Aug 1886 bu Boonsboro, MD was a shoemaker in Boonsboro. m Fietta DAVIS 29 Mar 1830 (b 15 Jun 1810).  Ch: Elizabeth 1831,-John W 1833, Ellen J m Geo FISHER, Janet R b 1837, Malefro b 1839, Oscar b 1841, Chas b 1843, Wm J b 1845 d 1911 m Alice KIZER, Rachel b 1847, Bej 1849, Luther 1854.  THORNBURG/THORNBERG/THORNBURGH, need parents of George T THORNBURG, Hagerstown 10 Jun 1795-4 Jun 1865 #1/w Sarah OLDWINE, #2/w Elizabeth KREINER.  Ch #1/w: Robert 1824-1902- Rachel 1828-1909.  Ch #2/w William H 1825-1859 unmarried, Laura Louise 1847-1933 unmarried, Mary 1839/40 m William WRIGHT, Thersa 1841, Florence 1845 m J MCCLERRY, Edward 1849 m Emma STEEGAR.  Brothers: Solomon b 1796, Thomas b 1799, Joseph 9 Oct 1801.  Sister: Rhoda – 1 7 May 1793.

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Cards submitted on the following families by Jack REVARE, 4410 W 112th TER, Shawnee Mission, KS 66211
CALVERT:    Frederick Co, MD, Bourbon Co, KY, Marion Co, OH.
EALES:    Bourboun Co, KY, Rails Co, MO
FARRELL/FERRILL:    KY, Rails and Monroe Cos, MO
LADY:    PA, Ohio Co, WVA, Scioto and Lawrence Cos, OH
LAKE:    King Co, NY, Hunt Co, NJ, Orange Co, NC, Marion Co, MO
MATHEWS, Jacob and Henry: Frederick Co, MD, Bourboun Co, KY, Marion Co, MO
NORTHCUTT:    Bourbon Co, KY, Rails Co, MO

NEW BOOKS

Reprint of Annals and memorials of the HANDYs and their Kindred written in 1851 by Rev Isaac W K HANDY of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. $60 + $3 p/h from the Clements Library 909 South University, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109-1190.  John C Harriman is a contact person who can be reached at this address for information or orders.

Records of St Paul’s Cemetery 1855-1946 by Elaine Obbink Zimmerman and Kenneth Edwin Zimmerman from the author at P 0 Box 276, Woodstock, MD 21163 $9,50 includes p/h This is a transcription of the original cemetery register, rearranged by the authors into burial lot order.  There are 84 pages of names (2000), plus an index and a history of the cemetery.  St Paul’s Lutheran cemetery sits atop a knoll in Druid Hill Park in Baltimore, MD and many German immigrants and their descendants are buried there.  The cemetery pre-dates the park and is one of 3 cemeteries there.  It was once jointly owned by Emmanuel Lutheran, St Paul’s and Martini Lutheran of South Baltimore.  This book is of special value because some of the stones were destroyed by vandals in 1986. (info from co-author).

The REIBER Genealogy and Related Families has been published by John R REIBER and Edith Fae Boyer REIBER.  Subtitled Descendants of Jacob REIBER, the immigrant ancestor of Sandhofen, Germany, 1727-1810, and Later of Lehigh County and York County, PA.  Related families BLOCHER, BOYER, BUTLER, BYERS, HOLZSHU, KORNS, LEPLY, LONG, PEARSON, RUSHTON AND TROUTMAN. $56. 90 from John R Reiber, 6800 15th St South, Petersburg, FL 33705. (SCPGS Our names the game Vol 18, #2)

The AULT Family Heritage (History, Portraits, Biographies, and Stories) is available from the author Mary Ruth WRIGHT, RR1, Smithfield, IL 61477.  Index and hardbound for $37.50. Chapters 1-9 appear to be about early settlement of the family and migration cross country to Illinois.  Chapters 10 to 20 are about each of the eleven children of Lebbeus AULT and his wife Margaret Ann SEXTON.

Genealogical Abstracts from Newspapers of the Reformed Church 1830-1839 compiled by Barbara Manning, has about 325 pages, with many entries relating to people of PA< OH and MD.  Entries include death notices, marriages, accident and disaster victims and subscriber lists.  It is available from Heritage Books, Inc, 1540-E Pointer Ridge PI, Suite 301, Bowie, MD 20716 for $25 plus 3 p/h

MISC
From an unknown Baltimore newspaper pasted in a trunk, 1834:
Frederick College, Frederick City, MD
F. CONVERSE, A.M. Principal
This institution invites public attention particularly as a School for the Languages.  Thorough and efficient “Grammar Schools” are confessedly few in the U States.  With the hope of ultimately acquiring for the seminary over which he is placed a reputation of this kind, the principal has attempted this as the sole and favourite object of future enterprise.  Pupils from abroad are confied entirely to his care, and boarded in his family.
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They are there treated as social and reasonable beings, the system of discipline aiming carefully to soothe and correct the asperities of passion and inspire generous and delicate sentiments.  The mode of instruction discards finesse, and all attempts at a smoother or readier way to scholarship.  It is natural and simple, and designed to strengthen all the mental faculties by wholesome and vigorous exercise imbue the mind with a true classical taste and a thorough knowledge of its principles.  The sum of $140 covers all expenses whatever, (exclusive of books and clothes) for the academic year of 48 weeks.  For a detailed view of the school address the principal ap4 law4weotfif

BOARD OF TRUSTEES of Western Maryland College for the 1892-1893 calendar year
from the 1892 Aloha yearbook.

Rev J T Ward, DD                Westminster, MD elected 1868
J W HERING, A M, MD    Westminster, MD elected 1868
Isaac CX BAILE, Esq (Dec)    Westminster, MD elected 1868
Hon John K LONGWELL    Westminster, MD elected 1868
Rev S B SOUTHERLAND, D D    Baltimore, MD elected 1868
Rev James K NICHOLS, D D    Johnsville, MD elected 1868
Rev Lawrence W BATES, D D    Baltimore, MD elected 1868
Rev John J MURRAY, D -D, MD    Union Bridge, MD elected 1868
Rev Daniel W BATES, D D    Edesville, MD elected 1868
Rev Rhesa Scott NORRIS    Baltimore, MD elected 1868
Rev David WILSON, MD    Washington, DC elected 1868
Rev E J DRINKHOUSE, DD, MD    Baltimore, MD elected 1868
John G CLARKE, Esq        Baltimore, MD elected 1868
John S REPP, Esq        Union Bridge, MD elected 1868
Charles BILLINGSLEA, DDS    Westminster, MD elected 1872
E 0 GRIMES, Esq        Westminster, MD elected 1876
Rev J Thomas MURRAY, DD    Baltimore, MD elected 1876
WM G BAKER, Esq        Buckeystown, MD elected 1877
WM B USILTON, Esq        Chestertown, MD elected 1880
Henry SWOPE, Esq        Libertytown, MD elected 1880
WM FENBY, Esq        Westminster, MD elected 1881
Rev B F BENSON, AM    Seaford, Del elected 1883
P B MYERS, Esq        Union Bridge, MD elected 1883
Joshua W MILES, AM        Princess Anne, MD elected 1886
Rev Thomas H LEWIS AM DD    Westminster, MD elected 1886
John DODD, Esq        Wye Mills, MD elected 1887
WM H STARR, Esq        Westminster, MD elected 1887
Horace BURROUGH, Esq    Baltimore, MD elected 1888
James S TOPHAM, Esq    Washington, DC elected 1889
John L REIFSNIDER, Esq    Westminster, MD elected 1891
Frank L HERING, Esq    Finksburg, MD elected 1891
George T DEERING, Esq    Washington, DC elected 1891
Joseph W SMITH, Esq    Westminster, MD elected 1892

George P SMOOTE, of the law firm of SMOOTE, MCRAE AND ARNOLD, Prescott, Nevada Co, ARK, was born in Hickman Co, TN on 28 Dec, 1828.  His paternal grandfather, Dr Charles SMOOTE, was born near Frederick, MD about 1776 where he intermarried with Miss Letticia TYLER in 1803.  He emigrated to Hickman Co, TN in 18145 and there practiced his profession until, by reason of his increasing age, he became unable to do so.  He was prominent in his profession especially as a surgeon.  He died in 1838.  The maternal grandfather of George P SMOOTE, Edward WILLIAMS, was a planter, born near Charleston, SC about 1760.  In early life he emigrated to TN and founded the village of Williamsport, on Duck River, 12 miles west of Columbia, Maury Co, where he lived until his death in 1833.  He married and reared a large family of children.  John N SMOOTE, the eldest child of Dr Charles SMOOTE, was born near Frederick, MD in 1804 and emigrated with his father to Hickman Co, TN in 1815.  He
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studied medicine and followed the practice of it, until his death in 1841.  He intermarried with Margaret, the youngest daughter of Edward WILLIAMS, in 1826.  She died in 1839. (found and submitted by Susanne FLOWERS in-History of Arkansas, Nevada Co pg 584-585)

An immigrant from Wetziar, Hesse, Kingdom of Prussia, one Joh.  Jacob Fredrich MACRANDER, MD married Catharine Ann KOENIG of Kassel, Hesse in the Evangelical Lutheran parish in Frederick, Frederick Co, MD in Jun 1838.  Their dau Mary Catharine MACRANDER was christened in the same church in 1839.  A son, George Henry MACRANDER was christened there in 1842.  On July 10, 1840, the brother of Joh.  Jacob Friedrich MACRANDER, Johannes, arrived at Baltimore, MD.  He followed his trade of tanner in Frederick for the first year of his residence in the US.  The doctor’s family is believed to have then moved to Harrisburg, Dauphine Co, PA afterward.  In the 1850 Federal census for Roanoke Co, VA in the Cave Spring District near Salem, Dr Jacob’s family is found in residence and a John whose occupation was glovemaker, lived in the same house.  His age was about the same age as has been given for the brother John, who arrived at Baltimore in 1840 at the age of 20.  Dr Jacob MACRANDER d in Roanoke Co, VA ca 1859.  His 3 teen age sons eventually became members of the Confederate forces in General Lee’s Army.  One of them may have revisited the Frederick vicinity as a member of the VA 5th Cavalry on a tour with forces which approached Washington, DC for a time.  John MACRANDER, the brother of Dr Jacob MACRANDER moved an to Woodford Co, IL where he tanned skins and began to learn farming.  He wed Sarah Frances ARTHUR, born in Bedford Co, VA while living in IL near Metamora.  The ARTHUR families and the MACRANDER couple brought their children to Buchanan Co, MO near Saint Joseph.  The ARTHUR family settled there.  The following year John MACRANDER and wife settled land in Tarkio Township, (later renamed Lincoln Township), Atchison Co, MO.  After the civil war, a son of the late Dr Jacob MACRANDER, John Albert MACRANDER moved his young family from Boone Co, KY to near Pattonsburg, Daviess Co, MO.  In time, John Macrander of Atchison Co was in contact with his nephew of Davies Co and the latter attended his uncle’s funeral services in 1910.  The MACRANDER brothers were typical of immigrants to the US that often moved on to the West as lands opened up which had less population pressures and seemed to offer new economic opportunities for the less well established.  Other branches of the European MACRANDER family have are in Holland/Netherlands, Canada, and Brazil, but all originated from Bad Wildungen in Waldeck and Wetzlar in Hesse. (submitted by Jim MACRANDER, Prodigy #KGGM78A, 1085-843 Tasman Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089-1976.  Phone 408-734-1780)

QUERIES

George Alois SMITH (surname Americanized ?) was born 25 Aug 1814 in Hesse-Darmstadt, GER.  He emigrated to VA ca 1832 and was a weaver.  In 1838, he married Susanna COOK (dau of Jacob?) and the followin children survived: George H (John) b 1839, Susan Rosalie b 1845, Anna Elizabeth b 1%47, Sarah Frances b 1849, Mary b 1852, and Edward J b 1853, all born in the area of Martinsburg, WVA.  Following the death of Susanna in 1854, George A m Catherine (nee PENTENY?).  The family lived in the Hagerstown, MD area during the late 1850’s and early 1860’s.  Catherine d 3 Sept 1896; George Alois d 26 @ug 1901.  Both bu in St Joseph’s Catholic Cem, Martinsburg, WVA.
Son George H SMITH many have m Nannie ? and had children: Eva b 1872, George b 1874, and Mary b 1878.  Edward J SMITH m Minerva RUDY on 7 May 1877.  Children of Edward and Minerva: Charles b 1877, Edward b 1879 died young.  Minerva RUDY b 7 Jun 1860 and died 16 Feb 1927, Edward J d 1 Jan 1939.  Both are buried with his parents.  A dau of George A (sis to George H and Edward J) m ?  ISOMINGER-with one known surviving child-Bertha A b 1872.  Bertha A ISOMINGER m Clay TOUP of Martinsburg.  Bertha d 29 Jan 1930 and is buried in Rosedale Cem.  Larry L KRAMER, Route 5, 1587 Daisy Hollow Rd, Cortland, NY 13045.

Jan 93        Frederick County Genealogy Society (FRECOGS) Newsletter    Page 9

I would like to hear from anyone who is researching the George MOORE line-b 5 Jun 1791 d 5 Nov 1874 #1/w-Margareth HALLER, #2/w-Elizabeth MARTIN.  Patricia Moore FALLER, RT 4 Box 48410, Madisonville, TN 37354.

Will appreciate any info for Andreas and Appelonia SCHILI (SCHIELI) and family of Frederick Co, MD.  Ch: John Frederick b 1782; Johann Jacob b 1788; Maria b 1791; Andreas b 1793; Hanna b 1797; and Michael b 1800.  Were Johannes Nicholas and Maria (HAUCK) SHEELY, of Adams Co, PA the parents of Andreas Sr?  Mrs Virgil AUBLE, 12498 E Co Rd 24, Republic, OH 44867-9771

Was it the first John RINE/RHINE/RYAN/RHYNE, SR b ca 1745 who served Rev War brought to Frederick Co, MD as a young boy by 2 women probably from Lancaster Co, PA or was it his son, John, JR b ca 1762?  John Jr m Priscilla WILSON 1796 Frederick, MD. He presumably served for 6 months in Washington Body guards.  Have names of 1 1 children, but need names for 3 others.  Will exchange information.  Is there a connection to Casper RHINE?  Alice M WINEINGER, RT 1 Box 39A, Haddam, KS 66944, phone 913-729-3379

Charles W JOHNSON m Sarah Matilda NEWPORT, 18 Apr 18″.  Known children of Charles and Sarah for dau Alice’s obituary of 1912.  Alice Camille, b 1 1 Feb 1850 d 6 May 1912, Manzella b 17 Nov 1856 d 25 Dec 1930, Ida M b 4 Jun 1870 d 4 Oct 1958, George C residing in Cameron, WVA in 1912, Sydney residing in Burton, WVA in 1912, and Eugene Augustus b 14 Dec 1870 d 5 May 1918.  Eugene Augustus m Margaret Catharine SHUFFLER/SHEFLER/SCHUFFLER on 20 Jan 1869.  Their ch: David Otho b 4 May 1883 d 5 Feb 1962, Albert F b 6 Jul 1875 d 8 Dec 1956, Jessie Matilda b 9 Dec 1880 d 22 Jan 1959 m Joseph Lee HARGETT, Hattie M b 5 Apr 1877 d 29 Mar 1892, Lewis A, Edna, Leonard, Clara, Mamie, May, Lillian C m George Spillman.  The 3 dau of Charles and Sarah never married.  Would like more info on Charles W and Sarah Matilda: birthdates, parents, etc any other ch and on sons George C and Sydney.  Also, more on ch of Eugene Augustus JOHNSON.  Edith (Edie) EADER, 539 Carrollton Dr, Frederick, MD 21701

According to the Marion Co, MO History of 1884, Jacob and Catherine (CALVERT) MATHEWS, originally of Frederick Co, MD moved from Bourbon Co, KY to Marion Co, MO about 1815.  Catherine, born 25 Mar 1789 in Culpepper Co, VA, is listed in the CALVERT genealogy book #1 49, as the dau of George CALVERT.  Her ch from a 2nd marriage were: Eivira MATHEWS, b 1812, Rufus b 1813, Hiram b 1814 and George W b ca 1822.  The Marion County History goes on to list 2 of the early settlers as Jacob MATHEWS and Henry MATHEWS.  This could not be Jacob’s son Henry, as he is too young.  This query concerns another Henry MATHEWS who married Catherine ? Ch were: Amanda (my gggrandmother) b in KY in 1833, Eivira June, and John E MATHEWS.  Notice similarity in wife’s and one child’s name.  Was Henry’s wife also a CALVERT?  Was Henry a brother of Jacob?  Were both Jacob and Henry MATHEWS born in Frederick Co, MD?  Who were their parents?  Jack L Revare, 441 0 W 1 1 2th Terr, Shawnee Mission, KS 6621 1.

I have been researching the OSLER/OURSLER line for quite some time now and I still have one connection to make.  According to a story that I have Ormand OURSLER/ORSLER/OSLER lb 1749) had Peola OSLER in Baltimore in 1795.  Peola went to Thurmont.  He m Sophia WELLER dau of Jacob WELLER who founded the church in Thurmont in 1832.  Sophia d in the 1820’s and she is buried at the Apples Ch in Thurmont.  Peola was in the War of 1812 and moved to Clyde, KS where he died in 1872.  Anyway, back to Ormand.  We don’t know who he married.  He had Peola, George, Elizabeth, Richard and quite a few unknown ch according to census records.  He is listed in the census twice in 1790: once as Ormand ORSLER and once as OSLER.  Peola is listed as OURSLER for his first sons christening and OSLER for his second son.  It is very clear that People changed his name from OURSLER to OSLER, but I have no proof that he was the son of Ormand.  I have been the thurmont 3 times now, and the MHS in Baltimore as well.  I have no idea where the story comes from or who wrote it, All I know is that it was written in 1941.  Orm,?nd to Peola is my one missing link.  Michael OSLER, 3977 Stacy Lane, Lithonia, GA 30058