Annual Membership in the society is $15 for individuals, $20 for families and Life membership for individuals is $100 with proof of age over 50.  Meetings are held at the LDS Family History Center, 199 North Place, Frederick, MD, at 7:30 PM on the 4th Tuesday of each month except for July, August and December.  301-698-0406 is the phone number for the Family History Center.

FRECOGS mailing address:   FRECOGS, Post Office Box 234, Monrovia, Maryland, 21770-0234

FRECOGS officers:
Al Werking, President, 8212 Greenvale Drive, Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 662-2621
Jim Hammond, Treasurer, 8105 Runnymeade Dr, Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 694-0815
Judith L Elmer, Recording Secretary, 1319 Danberry Dr, Frederick, MD 21702
Pepper Scotto, Member at large, PO Box 17, Rt 464, Point of Rocks, MD 21777
Susan Tucker, Member at large, 10809 Lake Square Ct, New Market, MD 21774 (301) 865-1963
Trudie Davis Long, Newsletter, 8213 Mapleville Rd, Mt Airy, MD, 21771-9713, (301) 831-5781

CONTENTS
101 Editor’s note
101 Exchange journal and society information
102 Member Highlights (New and Renewal, cards submitted, new in the library)
105 Family Group Sheets B J Mason
106 Family Group Sheets Virginia Lynn Keefer
107 Family Group Sheets Wanda Barnes Hall
109 Bible of George Leonard and Maryett Catherine Twenty
110 Dinterman Bible
111 Abstracts (Settlement of Seneca Co, OH; Holtz Family History; Draper manuscript concerning Biggs       family; Location of old Refored Church at present Haugh’s Church; 2 other cemetery locations)
115 Books, magazines, services
115 Queries
116 Binkley family history continued from October Newsletter

EDITOR’S NOTE

All information sent to FRECOGS is considered for publication. Please send in your surname cards, if you haven’t already; pedigree/ahnentafel charts; family group sheets or written accounts of places your family lived in the greater Frederick County, Maryland area. Longer written family genealogies will probably be serialized, as I’ve done with the Binkley family information this year. Please makes sure you put your name and address on every piece of mail you send.  To be included in the newsletter next year is a description of the location of the Post Offices of Frederick County in 1887 with names of farmers receiving their mail from these post offices.
The hours of the Frederick Family History Center now include Friday 7 PM to 9 PM, and Wednesday hours now extend to 4 PM.
The Executive Committee has changed the monthly meeting time to 7:30 pm.
Due to newsletter production time constraints, if you have time related events that you want to have listed in the newsletter, I need to have them 6 weeks before the newsletter goes out.  So for the 1 December 1996 issue I would need to have them by 20 October 1996. Thanks for your help.

EXCHANGE JOURNAL AND SOCIETY INFORMATION AND NOTICES

FRECOGS will be exchanging newsletters with the Seneca County Genealogical Society, PO Box 157, Tiffin, OH 44883. They are a chapter society of the Ohio Genealogical Society.
FRECOGS will also be exchanging newsletters with the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, PO Box, 470, Frederick, MD 21705-0470.  The museum is now open 10 am to 5 pm Tues-Frid; & 12 noon to 5 pm Sat & Sund.

18 December 7:30 Pm. An 1814 Christmas party at Beall Dawson House. 19th Century decorations by the Garden Clubs of maryland. Bring a dish to serve six and any utensils necessary to serve it
22 Jan 1997 7:30 Pm Computers and Genealogy How the PAF club can help you advance. Clifford Sayre, retired Engineering professor at U of MD and present Vice Chairman of our club will have hints and suggestions for variations in technology to enhance your management of family information and research. Line upon Line, Sept 1996 the newsletter of the Genealogy Club of the Montgomery Co Historical Society.

Wednesday, Nov 27, will be the last date that the Library of Virginia will be open to the public in its current facility at 11th St at Capitol Square.  The Library of Virginia will be closed for the 4 day Thanksgiving holiday and will reopen to the public in its new facility at 800 East Broad St on 3 Jan 1997.
John Hathcock, Public Information Officer, The Library of Virginia, 11th St at Capitol Square, Richmond, VA 23219-3491  804/786-7133.  E mail to jhathco@leo.vsla.edu

The Historical Society of Carroll County, which recently bought a computer system and the Family Search Program, has added The New England Historical and Genealogical Register on CD Rom.  The quarterly, first published in 1847, has in excess of 56,000 pages. The CD version is available during the library’s regular hours. Although an appointment is not necessary, patrons are advised to call and reserve time at 410/848-6494. (Carroll County Times Sunday, August 11, 1996)

MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS (New and Renewal, surname cards submitted, new in the library)

CISSEL, Anne W, 117 Sunhigh Dr, Thurmont, MD 21788
EADER, Edith, 539 Carrollton Dr., Frederick, MD 21701 STEIN/STINE/STONE,         FRALEY,     ZIMMERMAN,     JOHNSON, LAMAR, RIDGELY, THRASHER, YEASTE, THOMPSON, FISTER/FEASTER. POTTERFIELD, LEATHERMAN, BISER, BLICKENSTAFF, DUTROW, FULLER, HESSONG, SUMMERS, WILES, MINNICK (Related to Hawbottom-Johnson Cemetery)
GODIER, Lois, 415 Duarte Lane, Lady Lake, FL 32159 FOX, GRUSHON, HOSPELHORN, PEARL,     WHITMORE
ISELER, Alta E, 4424 Huron City Rd, Port Hope, MI 48468 JUSTICE, UMSTEAD, JENKS, OLLER, BOYER,     DOTSON
LHAMON, Karen, 47120 Anthony St, Paw Paw, MI 49079 LEAMAN/LEHMAN/LEMON/LAYMON, YINGLING
POLING, Newton & Virginia,         10822 Oak Valley Dr, Hagerstown, MD 21740-7847. New Email address:     np0110@mail.pratt.lib.md.us
WARD, Virginia V, 64 Taagan Point Rd, Danbury, CT 06811-3841 George TAYLOR m             Catherine Bruner     in 1800
YOUNG, Charles H, 13401 Redcoat Lane, Phoenix, MD 21131 MARK/S, MERSON,  THOMPSON

NEW IN THE LIBRARY

You, Too, Can Find Anybody, Joseph J Culligan
Ship Passenger Lists New York and New Jersey (1600-1825)  Carl Boyer 3rd
Ship Passenger Lists National and New England (1600-1825)  Carl Boyer 3rd
Ship Passenger Lists The South (1538-1825)  Carl Boyer 3rd
Ship Passenger Lists Pennsylvania and Delaware (1641-1825)  Carl Boyer 3rd
Emigrants to America, Indentured Servants Recruited in London 1718-1733 by John Wareing
Topographical Dictionary of Ireland Samuel Lewis 2 volumes
Colonial Settlers and English Adventurers Abstracts of Legal Proceedings in 17th Century English and Dutch Courts Relating to Immigrant Families Noel Currier-Briggs
English Adventurers and Emigrants, 1661-1733 Abstracts of Examinations in the High Court of Admiralty with Reference to Colonial America Peter Wilson Coldham
General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland  Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year 1851.
The Complete Book of Emigrants 1607-1660; 1661-1699; 1700-1750  Peter Wilson Coldham
The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage 1614-1775  Peter Wilson Coldham
Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Baltimore 1820-1834 from Customs Passenger lists  Michael H Tepper Elizabeth P Bentley
Trans-Allegheny Pioneers Historical Sketches of the First White Settlements West of the Alleghenies 1748 and after by John P Hale
Probate Records District of Columbia will books 1 through 6 1801-1852 and Estate Files 1801-1852 Wesley E Pippenger
District of Columbia Marriage Licenses Register 1 1811-1858 Wesley E Pippenger
Georgia Genealogical Research George K Schweitzer
Kentucky Genealogical Research George K Schweitzer
The Maryland Calendar of Wills Vol 1-9 by Jane Baldwin
1776 Census of Maryland
1783 Tax List of Maryland Part 1 Cecil, Talbot, Harford and Calvert Counties compiled by Bettie Carothers
1800 Census for the following Maryland Counties: Calvert & Charles, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, and Talbot published by the Maryland Genealogical Society
To Maryland from Overseas Harry Wright Newman
Marylanders to Carolina Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina prior to 1800 Henry C Peden, Jr
Marylanders to Kentucky 1775-1825 Henry C Peden, Jr
Quaker Records of Northern Maryland Births,Deaths, Marriages and Abstracts from the Minutes 1716-1800 Hen C Peden Jr MA
Maryland Marriages 1634-1777 Robert Barnes
Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records Book 1 1648-1725 2nd Edition  F Edward Wright
Maryland Rent Rolls Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties 1700-1707, 1705-1724 Robert Barnes
St Thomas’ Parish Registers 1732-1850 Bill and Martha Reamy
Records of St Paul’s Parish Volume 1 The Anglican Church Records of Baltimore City and Lower Baltimore County, early 1700’s through 1800. Bill and Martha Reamy
Revolutionary Patriots of Baltimore Town and Baltimore County, Maryland 1775-83 Henry C Peden, Jr
St John’s and St George’s Parish Registers, Baltimore & Harford County, Maryland 1696-1851 Henry C Peden, Jr
Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun 1861-1865  Joseph C Maguire, Jr
Addendum to Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun 1861-1865 Francis P O’Neill
Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun  1866-1870 2 Vol  Francis P O’Neill
Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun 1871-1875 2 Vol  Francis P O’Neill
Inhabitants of Baltimore County 1692-1763 F Edward Wright
Worcester County Maryland 1850 Census  transcribed by Ruth T Dryden
American Wills and administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1610-1857 Peter Wilson Coldham
Plymouth Church records 1620-1859.
Records of  Colony of New Plymouth in New England  Nathaniel B Shurtleff
The Minutes of the Orphanmasters of New Amsterdam, 1663-1668 Edmund B O’Callaghan
List of Inhabitants of Colonial New York  Edmund B O’Callaghan
Denizations, Naturalizations and oaths of Allegiance in Colonial New York Kenneth Scott and Kenn Stryker-Rodda
North Carolina Wills and Inventories Copied from Original and Recorded Wills and Inventories in the Office of the Secretary of State. J Bryan Grimes
North Carolina Genealogical Research George K Schweitzer
Index to the 1800 Census of North Carolina Elizabeth Petty Bentley
Craven County North Carolina Marriage Records 1780 -1867 by Francis T Ingmire
Marriages of Granville County, North Carolina 1753-1868 Brent H Holcomb
Johnson County, NC Marriages 1764-1867  Charlotte D Meldrum
Pasquotank County, NC Record of Deeds 1700-1751 compiled by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
Guide to the Record Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives Frank M Suran
Guide to the Microfilm Collections in the Pennsylvania State Archives Roland M Baumann, Diane S Wallace
Guide to the Published Archives of Pennsylvania  Henry Eddy and Martha Simonetti
Historical Manuscript Depositories in Pennsylvania Irwin Richman
Guide to the Manuscript Groups In the Pennsylvania State Archives Harry E Whipkey
A Genealogists Guide to Pennsylvania Records Helen Hutchison Woodroofe
Pennsylvania Line a Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy and Local History 3rd Edition Southwest PA Genealogical Servies
Pennsylvania German Pioneers  Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Wm John Hinke
Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers 1785-1790; 1791-1795; 1796-1800. Items from the Carlisle Gazette and the York Advertiser pertaining to the lives of persons living in South Central Pennsylvania. Family Line
Names of Persons who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania John B Linn and Wm H Egle
Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania 1748-1766: 1766-1778 Jacob Martin
Abstracts of Cumberland County Wills 1750-1785 F Edward Wright
Marriages and Deaths of Cumberland County 1821-1830 F Edward Wright
Abstracts of Lancaster County Pennsylvania Wills 1732-1735 Family Line
Index to the 1850 Census of Pennsylvania: Lancaster County  Elizabeth Petty Bentley
Early Families of Somerset and Fayette Counties Pennsylvania Keith A Dull
Early Families of York County, Pennsylvania 2 Volumes Keith A Dull
Index to the Probate Inventories of York County, Pennsylvania 1749-1850
South Carolina Genealogical Research George K Schweitzer
Twenty-Four Hundred Tennessee Pensioners Revolution War of 1812 Zella Armstrong
Tennessee Genealogical Research George Schweitzer
History of Fentress County, Tennessee Albert R Hogue
Overton County, Tennessee Genealogical Records Edythe Rucker Whitley
A Gazetteer of Virginia Henry Gannett
The Virginia Company of London 1606-1624 Wesley Frank Craven
List of Colonial Soldiers of Virginia H J Eckenrode
Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia to whom Land Bounty Warrants Were Granted by Virginia for Military Services in the War for Independence. Samuel M Wilson
The 1787 Census of Virginia [for the counties of] Hampshire, Mercer, Fayette, Madison, Bourbon, Nelson, Ohio, Monongalia, Berkley, Greenbrier, Harrison, Jefferson, Lincoln and Randolph
Virginia Publick Claims [for the counties of ] Shenandoah and Northampton  Janice L Abercrombie
Virginia Publick Claims [for the counties of ] Frederick, Elizabeth City, Accomack, Lunenburg, York, Cumberland, Fairfax and Henrico Janice L Abercrombie and Slatten
Cavaliers and Pioneers Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants 4 Vol  Nell Marion Nugent
Clarke County Marriages 1836-1850 John Vogt and T William Kethley, Jr
Surry County Virginia Deeds and Estate Accounts 1734-1755 William Lindsay Hopkins
1840 and 1850 Federal Census Tazewell County, Virginia Francis W McIntosh
1860 Federal Census Tazewell County, Virginia Francis W McIntosh
Warren County Marriages, 1836-1850 John Vogt and T William Kethley, Jr
Genealogies of West Virginia Families  from the West Virginia Historical Magazine Quarterly, 1901-1905
Marriage and Death Notices of Wheeling, Western Virginia and the Tri State Area  Vol 2; Vol 3 Carol A Scott
Fayette County West Virginia Death Records 1866-1899 Larry G Shuck
Early Records Hampshire County Virginia Now West Virginia  Clara McCormack Sage and Laura Sage Jones
Wills of Jefferson County, West Virginia and other Estate Documents An Index: 1801-1899 by Dale Walton Morrow and Deborah Jensen Morrow
The Lilac Bush George Beard Coffman

Family Group Sheets B J Mason, 4700 Aurora Dr, #26, Ventura, CA 93003 (1993)
ca=circa; b=born; d=died; m=married; bu=buried; s/o=son of; d/o=daughter of; f=father; 2/w=second wife; 2/h=second husband; r=resided/residence; dy=died young; chr=christened
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Husband: Elias Wesley CASTLE b 27 Mar 1836 Fred Co, MD; m 14 Jan 1855 Fred Co, MD; d 12 May     1907 Wolfsville, Fred Co, MD; bu Grossnickle Church Cem, Myersville, Fred Co, MD. s/o Joseph CASTLE b 1802, MD  and Rebecca ?. 2/w Mary E Burns BOWLES  m 24 Oct 1867.

Wife: Ann Rebecca HOOVER b 26 Sep 1834/35 MD; d 18 Nov Fred Co, MD; bu Un Breth Cem, Myersville,     Fred Co, MD.

Children:
1. John Henry CASTLE; b 25 Nov 1855 Frederick Co, MD m Elizabeth KUHN; d 31 Oct 1940 Whiteside     Co, IL.
2. Otho James CASTLE; b 23 Jun 1858 Wolfesville, Fred Co, MD; m Clarinda HUMMEL 25 Oct 1881;     d 20 Mar 1934 Rock Island, IL.
Sources: Annie Castle and Bessie STOTLER’s family Bibles; Fred Co, MD Vital Statistics, Names in Stone     by Holdcraft, Censuses: 1840, 1850, 1870, 1900
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Husband: Jacob HOOVER (Lutheran; Blacksmith) b ca 1797 Fred Co, MD r Wash Co; m 9 Jan 1820     Middletown, Fred Co, MD; d 1889 Fred Co, MD; bu prob Pleasant Walk Cem, Fred Co, MD with wife (no stone).

Wife: Elizabeth HARSHMAN b ca 1800; d 3 Sep 1873 bu Pleasant Walk Cem, Fred Co, MD; d/o Jacob     HARSHMAN, Sr & Elizabeth KLINE.

Children: [first 5 children b between 1821 & 1830]
1. Elias HOOVER (a tailor); b Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD
2. Susan HOOVER; b Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m Henry COX
3. Elizabeth HOOVER; b Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m Andrew COX
4. Henry HOOVER; b Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m Miss CONKLETON
5. child HOOVER; b Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; dy
6. Eliza HOOVER; b 1831 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m Mr INKSINKLO
7. Catherine HOOVER; b 1833 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m James LOWERY
8. Ann Rebecca HOOVER; b 1836 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD: m 14 Jan 1855 Elias W     CASTLE; d 18 Nov 1860; bu Myersville U B, Fred Co, MD.
9. Benjamin F HOOVER; b 1834 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD; m Aug 1856 Mary Eliz.     HOLTZMAN; r Groverstown, Ind
10. William HOOVER; b 1840 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD
11. Daniel HOOVER; b 13 Aug 1841 Cavetown area Dist #1 Wash Co, MD;     m 13 Aug 1863 Mary     RIDENOUR; d 12 Nov 1892; bu Myersville.
Sources: The Harshman Fam Hist & Gen 1976 by C C Harshman; Names in Stone; Hist of Wash Co, MD     by TJC Williams; 1850 Census Wash Co, MD; Frances Hoover, correspondent; Castle Family Bible; Fred Co Civil Records.

Family Group Sheets Virginia Lynn Keefer, 2065 Beechmont Ave, Keego Harbor, MI 48320
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Husband: John Henry KISAUER; b ca 1720 GER; d Middletown, Fred Co, MD

Wife: ???

Children:
1. Margaretha Appollonia KISAUER; b ca 1745 Middletown, Fred Co, MD; m Peter SCHONER 1758,     Middletown, Fred Co, MD; d New Hanover, Montgomery Co, MD.
2. Catharina KISAUER; b 1747 Middletown, Fred Co, MD; m Bernhardt WEIMER 21 Nov 1771 Fred,     Fred Co, MD
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Husband: Peter SCHONER; b 15 Jul 1737 Ehrstadt, GER; m 1758 Middletown, Fred Co, MD; d Dec 1790     Westmoreland Co, PA; s/o Melchior SCHONER & Anna Maria GEIGER.

Wife: Margaretha Appollonia KISAUER; b ca 1745 Middletown, Fred Co, MD; d New Hanover, Montgomery     Co, PA; d/o John Henry KISAUER.

Children:
1. Margaretha “Christina” SCHONER; b 8 Oct 1759 Emmitsburg, Fred Co, MD; chr 8 Oct 1759     Amityville, PA; m Casper KIEFFER 11 Feb 1790 Fred Co, MD; d bef 8 Apr 1826 N Huntington Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA.
2. Anna Catherine SCHONER; b 11 Jan 1761 Emmitsburg, Fred Co, MD; m Jacob KIEFFER ca 1790     Frederick Co, MD; d New Hanover, Montgomery Co, PA.
3. Elizabeth SCHONER; chr 3 Jul 1763 New Hanover, Philadelphia Co, PA; m John EKES ca 1783 Fred     Co, MD.
4. Christophal SCHONER; b 1764 New Hanover, Philadelphia Co, PA; chr 2 Sep 1764 New Hanover,     Philadelphia Co, PA; m Christina 1786 Fred Co, MD
5. Henry SCHONER; b 1765 Fred Co, MD; m Elizabeth BUTTONBARGER ca 1786 Butler Co, PA.
6. Adam SCHONER; b 1767 Fred Co, MD; m Anna Elizabeth WHITEHEAD ca 1787 New Hanover; d     Butler Co, Pa.
7. Peter SCHONER; b 14 Feb 1771 MD; m Rebecca ca 1791 Westmoreland Co, PA; d Oct 1810      Westmoreland Co, PA.
8. David SCHONER (twin); b 1775 Fred Co, MD; m Maria ca 1797/98  Westmoreland Co, PA; d      Westmoreland Co, PA.
9. Daniel SCHONER (twin); b 1775 Fred Co, MD; m Hester ROUGHCORN ca 1797 Fred Co, MD; d      Westmoreland Co, PA.
10. John SCHONER; b Fred Co, MD; d MD
11. Andrew SCHONER;  b Fred Co, MD; d MD
12. Johannes SCHONER; b 17 Jun 1778; chr 2 Aug 1778.
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Husband: Ludwick KIEFFER; b 14 Mar 1838 Breitenbach, Pfalz, GER; m Breitenbach, Pfalz, GER; d aft 23     Aug 1809 Fred Co, MD; s/o Casper KIEFFER & Agnes GLOCKNER.

Wife: Anna Margaret SPENGLER; chr 28 Apr 1746 Lower Heidelberg, York Co, PA; d/o Rudolph SPENGLER     & Dorthea DINKLE

Children:
1. Casper KIEFFER; b 1762 Middletown, Fred Co, MD, m 11 Feb 1790 Margareta “Christina” SCHONER, Fred Co, MD; d 27 Apr 1823     N Huntingdon Twp,  Westmoreland Co, PA.
2. Ludwick KIEFFER JR; b ca 1766.
3. John Jacob KIEFFER
4. Margaret KIEFFER; b 1772.
5. Barbara KIEFFER; b ca 1774.
6. George KIEFFER; b 30 Aug 1776; m Katrina KEINTZ ca 1797 Westmoreland Co, PA.
7. Abraham KIEFFER; b ca 1778.
8. Mary KIEFFER; b ca 1779.
9. John Jacob KIEFFER; b 5 Jan 1791 Fred Co, MD; d Dec 1854 Beaver Twp, Clarion Co, PA.
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Husband: Casper KIEFFER; b 1762 Middletown, Fred Co, MD, m 11 Feb 1790, Fred Co, MD; d 27 Apr     1823 N Huntingdon Twp,  Westmoreland Co, PA; s/o Ludwick KIEFFER & Anna Margaret SPENGLER.

Wife: Margaretha “Christina” SCHONER:b 8 Oct 1759 Emmitsburg, Fred Co, MD; chr 8 Oct 1759     Amityville, PA; d bef 8 Apr 1826 N Huntingdon Twp,  Westmoreland Co, PA; a/o Peter SCHONER Sr & Margaretha Appollonia KISAUER.

Children:
1. John Daniel KIEFFER; b 10 Sep 1794 Westmoreland Co, PA; chr 25 Oct 1794  Westmoreland Co,     PA.
2. Margaretha KIEFFER; b 4 Oct 1796  Westmoreland Co, PA; chr 1 Jan 1797  Westmoreland Co, PA.
3. Sarah KIEFFER; b 7 Apr 1799  Westmoreland Co, PA; chr 5 May 1799  Westmoreland Co, PA.
4. Elizabeth KIEFFER; b 4 Apr 1803 N Huntingdon Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; chr 15 Jun 1803      Westmoreland Co, PA.
5. Daniel KIEFFER; b 18 Jul 1805 N Huntingdon Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; chr 25 Aug 1805 N     Huntingdon Twp, Westmoreland Co, PA; m Jane KLINGENSMITH ca 1830 Westmoreland Co, PA; d 1873 Armstrong Co, PA

Family Group Sheets Wanda Barnes Hall, 810 Stiles Ct, Joppa, MD 21085
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Husband: Philemon/Philiman BARNES: b ca 1723 ?ENG; d 12 Dec 1813; s/o Joshua BARNES & Ruth?

Wife: Rachel ?; d 27 Nov 1801 [could be 2/w]

Children:
1. Levin BARNES; b 9 Apr 1759; d 17 Apr 1831
2. Zachariah BARNES; b 14 Oct 1765
3. Zadock BARNES; b 23 May 1767 Franklinville, Carroll Co, MD; m 28 Jan 1794 Frederick, Fred Co,     MD Elizabeth (Betsey) POULSON(24 Aug 1771-2 Mar 1855); d 18 Apr 1849 Taylorsville, Taylorsville Co, MD; bu BARNES Family Plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
4. Airey (f) BARNES; b ca 1767; d 10 Aug 1838
5. Archibald BARNES; b 25 Jan 1769; d 19 Dec 1837
6. Elisha BARNES; b 1783/1773; m Amelia BARTHOLOW (b ca 1762-16 Jan 1822); d 5 Jan 1856
7. Mary BARNES living 1756.
8. Thomas BARNES living 1802
Sources: Biog & History of Vigo Co; Robert BARNES Genealogist Perry Hall; deeds; Diary of John Evans.
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Husband: Zadock BARNES; b 23 May 1767 Franklinville, Carroll Co, MD; m 28 Jan 1794 Frederick, Fred     Co, MD; d 18 Apr 1849 Taylorsville, Taylorsville Co, MD; bu BARNES Family Plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD. (Farmer, carpenter, teamster); s/o Philemon/Philiman BARNES & Rachel ?.

Wife: Elizabeth (Betsey) POULSON; b 24 Aug 1771; d 2 Mar 1855 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu BARNES     Family plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; d/o Andrew W Poulson and Prudence EVANS.

Children:
1. Andrew P BARNES; b 1 May 1796 Fred Co, MD; m 12 Apr 1820 Fred Co, MD Mary Ann or Sarah     ARNOLD(Mar 1796-15 May 1854); d 16 Jun 1854 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu BARNES Family Plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
2. James P BARNES; 28 May 1800; m 10 Mar 1842 Carroll Co, MD Mary A BUCKINGHAM(1817-3 Jan     1895); d 3 Jan 1874; bu Unionville Methodist Cem, Unionville, Fred Co, MD {this is probably Linganore Methodist Ch Cemetery on Clemsonville Rd. TDL}
3. Levi Zadoc BARNES; b 22 Apr 1802 Carroll Co, MD; m 19 Oct 1825 Fred Co, MD Susannah     LINDSAY/LINDSEY(28 Aug 1806-2 Sep 1881); d 20 Oct 1855 Oak Orchard, Fred Co, MD; bu Unionville Methodist Cem, Unionville, Fred Co, MD.
4. Rachel BARNES; b 3 Mar 1804 MD; m 29 Sep 1851 Carroll Co, MD as 2/w David BUCKINGHAM(11     Jan 1811-9 Feb 1902); d 6 Aug 1892 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD, Taylorsville Church Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
5. Slingsberry Lethany BARNES; b 1 Apr 1806 Carroll Co, MD; d 15 May 1891 Largo, Wabash Co, IN;     bu IOOF Cem, Largo, Wabash Co, IN.
6. Prudence BARNES; b 1807; d 1849; bu Taylorsville Church Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
7. Thomas E F BARNES; b 13 Feb 1811 Carroll Co, MD; m 1842 Dayton, OH Sarah HOSIER(1824-    1896); d 1 Apr 1896 Terry Haute, Vigo Co, IN; bu Woodlawn Cem, Terry Haute, Vigo Co, IN.
8.Elvena BARNES.
9. Amelia BARNES; d before 1849.
10 Nancifer/Nancy BARNES.
Sources: Greater Terre Haute and Virgo Co Vol II 1908; Fred Co M Records; History of Frederick Co, MD     Williams; Will of Zadock BARNES at Carroll Co Courthouse; tombstones; Names in Stone Holdcraft.
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Husband:  Andrew P BARNES; b 1 May 1796 Fred Co, MD; m 12 Apr 1820 Fred Co, MD; d 16 Jun 1854 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu BARNES Family Plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; (Horseman; farmer)s/o Zadock BARNES and Elizabeth POULSON. Known as Sir Lancelot.

Wife: Mary Ann or Sarah ARNOLD; b Mar 1796 PA; d 15 May 1854 Carroll Co, MD

Children:
1. William Henry BARNES; b 9 Mar 1821 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; m 25 Mar 1843 Elizabeth     DUDDERER 1/w; m 18 Dec 1846 Margaret DUDDERER 2/w; m 13 Feb 1851 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; Sarah Ann FLEMING(28 Aug 1828-5 Apr 1902) 3/w; d 21 Nov 1885 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu Taylorsville Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
2. Mary Catherine BARNES; b 1822; m 18 May 1852 Carroll Co, MD Charles Thomas FLEMING(9 Apr     1826-1898); d 1912 Mt Airy, Carroll Co, MD; bu Fleming family plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
3. Ann E BARNES; b 1827 MD; d Carroll Co, MD.
4. John BARNES; b 1834.
5. Eliza Jane BARNES; b 1839 MD; m 14 Jun 1851 Fred Co, MD William James STEELE.
6. ??
7. Sarah Elizabeth BARNES; b 23 Jan 1848 MD; d MD
8. Clemantia Louisa BARNES; b 26 Aug 1829; m 7 Apr 1847 Carroll Co, MD Henry D FRANKLIN (15     Jul 1821-5 Feb 1895); d 25 Oct 1890 Carroll Co, MD; bu Taylorsville Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
Sources: C Ray BARNES notes of James Haupert; Names in Stone;  1850 Census; correspondence with     Minnie B Hipsley.
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Wife: Sarah Ann FLEMING b 28 Aug 1828 Carroll Co, MD; d 5 Apr 1902 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu     Fleming Family Plot Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; d/o Thomas FLEMING & Amelia MULLINEX.

Children:
1.
2.
3. Anna Amelia BARNES; b 12 Dec 1851 MD; m 10 Dec 1874 Franklinville, Carroll Co, MD Lewis G     FRANKLIN; d 10 Aug 1881 Carroll Co, MD.
4. Thomas Andrew BARNES; b 9 Feb 1854 MD; m 1862 Elizabeth E T DRESSER 1/w; m Julia Anne or     Juliann INGLES(1857-15 Nov 1896) 26 Nov 1874 Carroll Co, MD 2/w; d Nov 1921 Carroll Co, MD.
5. William Henry BARNES; b 29 Jun 1856 MD; m 6 Feb 1878 Mary INGLES(1861-1928); d 20 Mar     1919?  Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
6. Charles Wesley BARNES; b 21 Nov 1858  Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; m 25 Feb 1885  Taylorsville,     Carroll Co, MD Ella Mary STEM(7 Feb 1867-9 Apr 1924); d 18 Aug 1943  Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu Taylorsville.
7. James Asbury BARNES; b 21 Dec 1869 MD; m 10 Sep 1882 Westminster Carroll Co, MD Margaret     Lee Jane (Maggie) INGLES(7 Nov 1864-21 Jan 1915); d 1 Apr 1927 MD.
8. George Zadoc BARNES; b 4 jan 1863 MD; d 7 Dec 1863
9. Emmor/Emma Ulyssis BARNES; b 19 Feb 1865 MD; m 22 Oct 1884 Isaac E FRIZZELL(11 Sep 1858-    12 Apr 1944); d 14 Apr 1938 Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu Taylorsville Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD
10. Augustus Colfax BARNES; b 16 Oct 1868  Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; m ?; d 26 Mar 1923     Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; bu Taylorsville Cem, Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD; owned BARNES homestead; went to his daughter Minnie.
11. Samuel Eugene BARNES; b 26 Aug 1871 Carroll Co, MD; d 29 Aug 1872; bu Taylorsville Cem,     Taylorsville, Carroll Co, MD.
Sources: Names in Stone.

Bible Records
Bible of George Leonard and Maryett Catherine TWENTY; owned by Mrs Eloise TWENTY HIMES, 913 Shawnee Dr, Frederick MD 21701. Contributed by Mrs. Susanne F FLOWERS Chairman, Genealogical Records Committee; Carrollton Manor Chapter Buckeystown, Maryland 1993

Family Record Dec 25, 1869
John Cornelious TWENTY was born Feb the 19, 1869 Baptized Sep the 28, 1869
Mary Ellen TWENTY was born Jan the 5. 1871 Baptized Aug the 13, 1871
Cora Emma TWENTY was born July the 8. 1872 Baptized June the 2. 1873
George Leonard TWENTY born Oct 28. 1874 Baptized July 24. 1875

1854 March 21st Family Record
George Leonard TWENTY was born November third 1834 in Bavaria
Maryett Catherine TWENTY was born October the 11, 1849
Married on the 18th of June 1868

The Holy Bible Old and New Testament Wm E Harding Philadelphia  1867 Copied by J M WEBSTER Carrollton Manor Chapter, DAR

MARRIAGES
Jacob L DINTERMAN was married March 8, 1864 to Ellen KUNKLE
Ida E DINTERMAN was married to George D LEASE Jan 21, 1840 [Names in Stone: George D Lease 1866-1936     (Walkersville Glade) w Ida E 1865-1946 (Walkersville Glade) so the above marriage date of 1840 is probably incorrect.
Alpha O DINTERMAN was married to Minnie TOMS Feb 16, 1893
Ella N DINTERMAN was married to S J EYLER Dec 28, 1892
Elsie DINTERMAN was married to J William STRINE Nov 25, 1893
Katie Lee DINTERMAN was married to Hanson E CRUM April 23rd 1902

BIRTHS
Geo DINTERMAN was born Apr 28, 1800
Mary DINTERMAN was born Feb 22, 1799
John P DINTERMAN was born Dec 6, 1823
Catherine E DINTERMAN (HOUCK) was born Oct 28, 1824
Caroline DINTERMAN was born September 6, 1826
George (?) DINTERMAN was born Jan 3, 1828
J      D was born May 28, 1831
Elijah E was born Sept 20, 1833
Jacob D DINTERMAN was born May 28, 1831 – Grandfather
Ellen Kunkel DINTERMAN was born July 24, 1841 – Grandmother
Ida E DINTERMAN was born Jan 22, 1865
Ella May DINTERMAN was born Feb 5, 1811
Alpha Omega DINTERMAN was born July 21, 1873
Elsie Adella DINTERMAN was born August 29, 1878
Ernest Augustus DINTERMAN was born Oct 1, 1880
Katie Lee DINTERMAN was born Mar 12, 1884
Nellie May LEASE was born october 14, 1820
Hazle May EYLER was born Dec 23, 1894
C Ross DINTERMAN was born Mar 3, 1895
Sylvia Irene DINTERMAN was born Nov 3, 1896
Ellen Catherine DINTERMAN was born Aug 20, 1898
Floyd Derney STRINE was born June 3, 1898
Russell Lee STRINE was born Jan 31, 1900
Paul STRINE was born
Annabel Lee CRUM was born Nov 21 1903
Ada Lenora DINTERMAN was born Sept 26, 1905
Henrietta Catherine CRUM was born May 13, 1908
Ellen Louise EYLER was born June 1, 1907
Ada CRUM was born Sept 26, 1905
Charlotte Ellen CRUM was born Aug 15, 1913
Dorothy Elizabeth CRUM was born Sept 24, 1918
Rudelle Hanson CRUM was born October 13, 1920
Chauncey Meredith CRUM was born July 31, 1922

DEATHS
Margaret MACLEY August 8, 1897 aged 69 years 11 mo 20 das.
Mary DINTERMAN died Sept 11, 1882 – Aged 80 years 6 mo 19 das
George DINTERMAN died March 31, 1883 – Aged 82 years 11 mo 9 das [Names in Stone:  died March 3,     1883]
Ernest Augustine DINTERMAN died Oct 14, 1885 – Aged 5 years – 13 das.
Catherine HOUCK died Jan 4, 1902 – Aged 77 years 2 mos 13 days [Names in Stone: died jan 10, 1902]
Jacob D DINTERMAN died Aug 24, 1907 – Aged 76 years 3 mos 16 das.
Ellen L DINTERMAN died Oct 17, 1926
Nellie Lease BARRICK died Aug 1877, aged 68
G Ross DINTERMAN
Alfred D DINTERMAN
Rudelle Hanson CRUM died Nov 15, 1956
Wayne Milner ZIMMERMAN died July 14, 1956
Hanson E CRUM died Jan 13, 1966
Katie Lee CRUM died March 24, 1967
Cathryn JONES died Jan 9, 1981

Notes in Bible
Katie Lee DINTERMAN born Mar 12, 1884; Died Mar 24, 1967
Hanson E CRUM, born 8-6-1879, died 1-13-1966, married 4-23-1902

ABSTRACTS

At our May Meeting Becky Hill spoke about the settlement of Seneca County in a talk called ‘Where did they Come’ from.
She discussed the migration patterns of Seneca County settlers. A large number of settlers from Frederick County, Maryland ended up in Seneca County. Some families came directly here, and others settled first in Fairfield or Ross counties in Ohio. Jacob Holtz, ancestor of our member Paul Buskirk, came to Ohio from Frederick County in 1834.  In 1836 he visited friends and family in Frederick County. On his way home to Seneca County, he recorded a way bill listing the towns he traveled through and the distance between the town. On the back of the sheet he listed the names of the people the family stayed with on their journey.  They traveled along the route which would basically be Interstate 70 today.  The way bill appears on pages 44-45 in the May/June issue of Seneca Searchers. If you have ancestors who came from Frederick County, you can get a good idea of the route they probably traveled by checking this way bill.  The migration from Frederick County lasted 50 to 50 years and involved a great number of people.  The newspapers reported social events at which everyone who attended was from Frederick County. People came because the land was very similar, and because they already had friends here. Seneca Searchers Jul/Aug 1996

Holtz Family History written by Jennie  (Baker) Gaumer in March 1931 for her niece Ruth (Baker) Feree
My grandfather, Jacob Holtz, was born the 17th of June 1786. My grandmother, his wife, Susanna Margaret Feaga Holtz was born Oct 13 1788.  Both he and his wife first saw the light of day in Frederick Co, MD.
Jacob Holtz was the owner of a fine farm of 120 acres on the banks of the Monocacy River in the state of Maryland.  This he sold for a high figure in the year 1827 and moved his family to a farm at the mountain, owned by his uncle Nicholas Holtz, where he resided for five years.  He then decided to try his fortune in the then wild and wooly west, Ohio.
He wanted to go where there was free schools and where slavery did not exist.  He landed in Tiffin, Ohio (on) April 28, 1834. He soon afterwards purchased this farm where we all meet today Aug 12, 1914 at Marcus Holtz’s.
He purchased this particular farm for three reasons; its fertile soil, running water and on account of an agreement made between himself and Mr Frederick Cramer (father of Dennis Cramer and Mrs William Holtz) that when he got to Ohio he would try to buy a home where he and Mr Cramer could look in each other’s doors.  These two men being fast friends back in Old Maryland.  Mr Cramer came to Seneca County, Ohio in 1832.
Jacob Holtz purchased this farm of a Mr Lewis Baltzell Aug 12 1834 just eighty years ago today Aug 12 1914 where our Holtz Reunion was held.  This is the “Plymouth Rock” of the Jacob Holtz family in Ohio.
Jacob Holtz’s family consisted of five sons and two daughters.  One little girl of eight summers lies in the old cemetery near Walkersville, so well known to the older people as Glade Valley Cemetery.  This little girl, Susan died with scarlet fever.  His children were all born in the native state.  The youngest was a boy of seven years when they came to Ohio.  He started for the new country by the only way of traveling at this time, in wagons over the old Cumberland Road.  Jacob P Holtz, then a boy of 17 years drove the team that hauled the household goods. The younger ones rode in the only automobile of the day, the old fashioned “Barouche”.  Jacob’s brother Nicholas Holtz came to Ohio at the same time as also did the late Enoch Fry (Father of B F and Enoch Fry of Green Springs, Ohio). Mr Fry rode a white pony and was sent on ahead of the wagons to engage lodging for the night
Our Grandmother Holtz’s father was a Revolutionary soldier, first hired by King George, but when he got across the waters he looked upon the colonies as the ‘Promised Land’.
He soon deserted King George’s army and fought shoulder to shoulder with the Patriots and forefathers in their fight for liberty.  He was a Hessian by birth and when he deserted King George forces he changed the spelling of his name from Fiege to Feaga to avid detection by King George’s officers.
Jacob Holtz died Dec 29 1859 in this house where Marcus Holtz lives, Aug 12 1914.  Grandmother Holtz died in May 1870.
The following is a record of the children of Jacob Holtz who left descendants.
1. William Holtz born Jan 24, 1814 married Katherine Cramer in 1839
2. Jacob Philip Holtz born June 14 1815 married Susan Huss in 1840.
3. Mary Elizabeth Holtz born Feb 9 1817 married Dennis Cramer in 1838.
4. Lewis Ezra Holtz born June 14 1821 married Ann Elizabeth Unsted in 1848.
5. Ann Charlotte Holtz born May 24 1823 married Frederick Augustus Baker in 1852.
6. Dennis Holtz born May 24, 1827 married Mary Jane Schroyer in 1851.
7. George Holtz born Feb 1819 married Phoebe Wise More about 1870.
My grandfather Holtz had two brothers. Nicholas Holtz that came along from Maryland.  He lived here. He was the father of Edward Holtz.  I think they are buried in Wood County near Fostoria.  The other brother was John Holtz, grandfather of Flora (Holtz) Dudrow.  He always lived in Maryland.
These two brothers married sisters by the name of Gittinger.  They were sisters of Robert Gittinger’s father and sisters of Mrs. Susan Bowersox, mother of Mrs Rit Drown.
My grandfather had sisters-one I saw, she married a man by the name of Wolfe.  She was called aunt Polly Wolfe.  She always lived at Johnsville, Frederick County, Maryland.  The other sisters I know nothing about.  My great grandfather Holtz’s name was Jacob Holtz, he married Barbara Morningstar.  I have been told that the Holtz’s have relatives by the name of Firestone and Morningstar that lived in and around Dayton, Ohio.  My grandfather and mother visited them before my mother was married.
My grandmother Holtz’s maiden name was Feaga as it had been told before.  Her mother came from Germany when she was a little girl 10 years old and she lived to be almost 102 years old.  I have the goblet she used to drink out of when she was that age.  Her maiden name was Crindler and she married a Feaga.  Her mother died on the boat coming over with seasickness and is buried in the Atlantic
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Following are additional notes by Paul J Buskirk in 1984:
The original Holtz farm is now owned by Alvin Kieserl Jr (821 N Twp Rd 15) and Clinton Elementary School (2036 E Twp Rd 122) is on the land of that farm.
The Nicholas Holtz family is buried in Fountain Cemetery (Wood Co), Fostoria, OH.
Susan Margaret (Feaga) Holtz’s parents were Philip and Christiana (Grindler-Hummel) Feaga.  He was a miller near Walkersville, Md and acquired a good deal of property.  Christiana was married to a Hummel before her marriage to Philip Feaga.  She had one daughter by Mr Hummel
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Following are additional notes by Ruth Brill 1995.
Catherine Gittinger b 1786 married John Holtz 8 Apr 1818
Elizabeth Gittinger b 1803 married Nicholas Holtz 28 May 1822 and d 30 Jan 1865.
Daniel Gittinger b 15 mar 1810 married Jane Elizabeth Dudrow 10 Sep 1833 and d 1855.
Susan Gittinger b 1814 married Jacob Bowersox 11 Mar 1834.
They were all children of John Gittinger who died 30 Sep 1828 in Frederick Co, MD
Robert Gittinger was my great grandfather a son of Daniel and Jane Gittinger.  They along with Susan and Jacob Bowersox are buried in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Tiffin, OH.Seneca Searchers Jul/Aug 1996

Draper manuscript concerning Biggs family
Draper Mss 2S45-49. Draper’s interview, 1845 with Mrs. Priscilla Biggs (born June 4 1778)
“Gen Benjn. Biggs, son of Benjn was born Jan 31 1754, 2nd son, in Frederick Co, Md on the Monocacy[?] “Soon after the French near, the elder Biggs emigrated with his family to the Glades in the mountains, then advanced to Beeson’s Fort, now Union Town–while cropping, had a guard there–finally from ’70 to ’73 (probably the first) emigrated to waters of Short Creek in neighborhood of West Liberty, adjoining the village. Abram Van Metre Sr was also an early settler.” [Here follows some account of his military career.]
2S48. John Biggs, next older than Ben. Biggs was born probably in 1752. killed in Crawford’s defeat. Was about 6 feet 3 inches. Left a widow and one child.
Allen Metcalf, father of Mrs Gen Ben Biggs, was in service in 79-80-81. His brother John went the 20th July, ’75 from Berkley Co VA for Boston.
George Metcalf, their father, moved from Prince Georges Co, Md to Berkley in March 1764.
Allen Metcalf moved from Berkley with his family in Nov ’83 to West Liberty.
2S49. Wm Biggs, brother of Gen Biggs, taken prisoner. Kept 6 months. Sold 3 times and after that purchased himself, paid part in fur. Died about 1827.

Draper Mss 2S 49-57. Draper’s interview, 1845, with Joseph Hedges, 78 years old in 1845 in Ohio Co, VA
Came to the country in ’76 with his parents and settled at the Beech Bottom.  There a station was made and forted, called the Beech Bottom Fort, in which about 15 or 20 families forted during 1777. Joseph Ogle the commander.
2S53. John Wetzel’s defeat. A party had been scouting on Wills Creek. Joseph Hedges (“a cousin of my informant of the same name”) was sick, not Linn. A sentry was placed on the bank, but the Indians crept up and fired upon the came. Hedges and Linn were killed a few yards from the camp near together, and Thos Biggs had got some 200 yards off.  All three were scalped and stripped, but not mangled. Hedges was a son of Eggt. [Manuscript is difficult to read here, there word may be XXXX.] Silas Hedges.  This occurred in December, but informant does not remember the year.
2S55. Quotes from the Wellsburg Gazette, Dec 17, 1823. Obituary of Gen Benjamin Biggs. Does not name members of his family, or anything regarding his ancestry.

Letter about location of old Reformed Church at present Haugh’s Church
Dear Mr Dern:                                                        Jan. 12, 1967
Please excuse me for not writing you sooner but I did some research on this information before I sent it to you.  Odd as it may seem I was thinking about you and your visit 8 years ago when my  wife came home and said “I have a letter from a John Dern in California.”
To me a friend is more valuable than money so I am just too glad to be of help to you even though it is small in lieu of what you are doing.
First of all you are right when you say Double Pipe Creek is now Detour.  I might add that Haugh’s Church is now called Mount Zion but most of us still use Haughs as the title.
The Lewis Cash you mentioned was an unwanted baby placed in a box or basket and left at a farm house doorstep.  The people found him and in the box or basket was a sum of money.  By this they called the baby Lewis Cash.  The last name derived from the cash that was put in the basket beside him.  Lewis Cash had two boys, Robert and Edward Oliver Cash.  The girls were Alice, Ella, Lula, Ellie and Mamie.
Edward Oliver Cash had a son Truman. They had a business of real estate and insurance in Westminster. Oliver died in 1954. The son Truman kept the business in the name of E C Cash & Son.
I called and talked to him today.  He told me his grandfather Lewis Cash owned the Delaplaine farm which Ray Myers and son now own and this was the original home site of Lewis and across the highway was another farm he owned and it was sold to Newton Coshun and Coshun sold it to Hanns Stephen, the present owner.
The reason this was sold was that Lewis Cash was run over by a wagon that was pushed out of the barn by help at threshing time and he was old and didn’t get the brakes drawed in time.
It was this farm (Coshun and then the present owner Stephen) that the land runs down along Big Pipe Creek and Little Pipe Creek to the intersection of both which makes Double Pipe Creek here in Detour. And as you state in your letter the sawmill was at this point but on our side of Double Pipe Creek.  I can show you a couple of old logs under water that made up the dam to run the mill along our property.
Now about the German Reformed Church.  I cannot find a living person that can verify the German part of it. But Mr Cash did say it was Lutheran and Reformed. It sat in the old part of Haugh’s Cemetery. It was torn down and both went to a newer type building near Ladiesburg, a mile or so south of its location.  Then the Lutherans split and built their church known as Haugh’s and the Reformed’s stayed on but later they split apart and some went to Union Bridge Reformed  and some went to Woodsboro Ref. There is a large stone out there yet where the old church stood which was the entrance step. My wife’s 2nd cousin is buried where the old church stood.  His name is Emory L Warner, a storekeeper here in Detour most of his life.
I talked with Mr Baxter Dougherty, 79 years old, a member of Haugh’s Cemetery Board and he is sure this is the correct church you have in mind and he recalls the site of the sawmill to which you refer.
Mr Cash doesn’t recall anything of his grandfather having owned any property at Haugh’s Church area although it is a farm between the cemetery and property owned by Lewis Cash which he could have owned in earlier times or perhaps he bought and gave to the Reformed Church a piece of grand in its beginning.
Mr Truman Cash gave a large piece of ground to the haugh Cemetery in memory of his father Edward Oliver Cash who died in 1954. I didn’t think to include this bit of information when I was telling you about Cash by the Delaplaine mentioned was married to Alice Cash, one of Lewis Cash’s daughters and she stayed on the home place (Lewis Cash’s farm) until her death some years ago when it was sold to Ray H Myers and son.
So on our property, now deeded to Mrs Lewis Warner, Detour, was in the real old days a mill site to be sure as the sawmill you mentioned in your letter was on the south east part of our property, the flour mill being at the northeast side of the same property and over the other side of creek (east side) was a fulling mill where wool was processed for weaving.
from Carlton F Catlin of Detour, Md 21725 PO Box 72

Cemeteries??–where?
From an old yellowed 3×5 card written by Jacob Mehrling HOLDCRAFT and filed with Graceham Church     Records
Friday
Dear HS,
After Jotting on the other cards received yours.
Yes, I’ve been into the Strasberger Vols. Very helpful with my DUTROW genealogy
The Cem at Baptist Rd and Taneytown Rd is site of an old Baptist Church. There are some FREAMS, GILLELAN and HAYS in there.
Did I tell you I found an overlooked card on Mrs BARR’s John WILSON and w Sarah Jane? The graves are in Utica Cemetery. I sent the data and pictures of that stone and the ECKMAN stone in Lewistown cem.
Yes, I do the family cem. When new ones turn up from time to time.
The old cem on Jerry MOSER farm has been eliminated. I was there and talked to Moser a couple of years ago.

He has one stone near the house, a child HANEGE (HANKEY) and said that was all that was left of the original cemetery.
Sincerely
JMH

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BATES, KING: Upton KING was born 10 Oct 1795 in Frederick, MD. He married 1817 Uppermiddletown, PA to Polly BATES, he d 2 Nov 1870 Menallen Twp, Fayette Co, PA. Ch: Catherine, John Howard, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Benjamin & Hugh. Joanne L Politano, 320 N Atlantic Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224-1256

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George W GRUSHON b 1817 m Sophia FOX b 1828/9 Fred Co, MD d/o John FOX and possibly Elizabeth GRUSHON. Lois Godier, 415 Duarte Lane, Lady Lake, FL 32189

GATTON, HODGKINS: Bennett Hodgkins m Susan GATTON 21 Apr 1771 in St Mary’s Co, MD. I’m confident her f was related to Thomas GATTON of Prince George’s Co. Some of his descendants moved to Frederick County. Lyle K Corder, 13 Crestview Terr, Bridgeport, WV 26330

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