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Jacob Long ("Lying Jacob") married a woman who had a little home out toward Mendon.
A Daughter, m. a Cowan. Don't think they were related to Ed Cowan, but don't know.
Kate Cowan, Lived at Kate's grandmother as a servant, then with Jno A. Robinson with whom she eloped & went west as heretofore recorded.
A Dau Robinson, Raised by Eli C. Suter who was her Gd'n m. a Harding & moved away. Came back to a funeral of Suter's only daughter.
Jacob Cowan, near age of Kate's brother Peter. Don't know whether married or not.
"Bets" Long, Lived as servant at Kate's mother. A bad girl, m. a Glassburn & lived away up in the country.
Samuel Long, married & his wife died leaving him with six children was at Kate's grandmother's when Kate was abt 17, a big stout man. He married a 2d wife & moved with his family to near Cincinnati, O. & his quarrelsome nature, like his father's got him in a fight out there & the man killed him.
Joseph Long, Lived out by Mendon. Married & had issue & died out there.
A Son, was in the Civil War & came back badly crippled up.
Several other Children "was a big family" but Kate says her grandfather did not want them to have anything to do with them, so they kept away from them.
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Samuel Fegley got a girl in trouble & a son was born & Sam came first to his Uncle Peter Rotharmel's from where he drove the officers off saying he wouldn't be taken in without a warrant. He then went to his Uncle & Aunt Stenger's & when the officers came there for him, his aunt asked that they let him get a ham down for her & in going to do it, he jumped out the window & escaped. He then went to his guardian (his parents Kate thinks were dead) & coming of age about this time, his Uncles Peter & Conrad took it in hand & arranged that he marry the girl as she would not hear to anything else. Then, after marriage, she treated him very badly & he fell off a building & was killed. Kate says when her grandparents were back in Berks on their visit 1913 1923, [I think he means 1813 1823, as this is written in the year 1921] that they stayed all night with his sister, Mrs Hepner & her daughter Maria was living with them & had two little girls then.
Pages 90 & 91 Book 3
Kate says that her grandfather when he died had lost but one tooth & it was gone by reason of his being pitched from a horse.
Kate says when he was in Virginia learning his trade, that he lay sick for 3 mos at a Planter's named Thomas Moorhead's (who had no children) where the darkies carried him & so he named his first child, which
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a few hours (not days) for Mr Moorhead, who with his wife, were very sorry the child did not live.
Oak Hill Aug 10, 1921 8:48 AM
Page 106 Book 3
Kate says the mother of the little two weeks old girl of Cooper Simeral died shortly after the child's birth. Her name was Mitchell before she married "Coop" & her sister was the wife of the Robertson (Wm, Kate then thought) who took the little girl. This little girl married Joseph Baughman & moved to Iowa & their son Eben Baughman now lives in West Newton along RR ST & has two sons now grown. His Uncle Eben Baughman now abt 75 (because Kate says two yrs after her first fall, he s'd he was 65 & the youngest of 13 children) lives on the old Baughman farm formerly the old Niccolls farm which you reach by going up Vine ST where he & his wife live. This Niccolls farm was to the right of the Main St road as you go out & joins the Leah Robb farm. It ran to the River at upper end of West Newton & the Niccolls had sold off lots & Jacob Baughman the father of this Eben, the elder, who was rich, owning tan yards & lumber rafts, bought it from Niccolls & also bought the Douglas farm adjoining which ran up & adjoined the John Carothers farm. Kate says that gg mother Markle said this Jacob Baughman's father came from Berks Co Pa & settled out in the country beyond Mill Grove & was related to the Baughman (Corley's father) that married her (ggmother's) sister.
Kate says this Mrs Milligan she refers to was no doubt buried at the Dick U.P.
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Church as they were all U.P.s. Says she left several sons & they were someway related to Lucy Hood, but they are all dead & she don't know any old Milligans or Simerals now living. This Mrs Milligan was a sister of Alexander & Cooper Simeral.
Kate says A. Cooper Hamilton's daughters told Mrs Freese they were related to the Simerals but didn't want people to know it. She says all these daughters are dead & there are none of the Hamiltons left. Kate says Alex Simeral & his wife Joann Finley lived in the house up Main St above them that had belonged to her mother Polly Finley. She, Joann, joined the U.P. church & died before Alex was killed & shortly after Kate's sister Hannah died abt 21 yrs ago & was buried from the Church interment in West Newton Cem. Her husband was afterwards buried same place but not from the church. Kate says the Mrs Milligan above referred to, Nee Simeral, was the son of John Milligan & a brother of Israel Miller's first wife.
Page 107 Book 3 & Refer to Page 64 Book 4
Kate says there were three girls of Alex Simeral & Joann (John F. Budd only named two) that had children before they were married & before their father was killed. One had three children, another had two & still another had one. After their father's death, they went off up to or abt Gbg "just bad girls" & got the childrens lives insured & then gave them something to get them out of the way, but some of them got well. The girls were so bad that the people didn't try to do anything with them.
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Page 109 Book 3
Kate says the daughter of John C. Carothers who married Morgan was named Britte Morgan. She died unmarried & Edgar Cowan fixed it so the money she got from her mother went to her half sister, the daughter of her father by Maria, the widow of David Markle, his second wife who was a relative of Cowans & this made the Stokeleys very mad. Ed Cowan had a girl in Gbg named Story who lived with her mother where he stayed in illicit relationship during much of his married life.
Kate says Polly Finley died at her son in law's Alex Simeral who was then living over by Webster & she don't know where she was buried.
Page 108. Nehemiah Finley never paid the girl "Bets" Conghanour that he kept illicitly in his house & after his death, she laid in a bill, but don't know whether she got it paid or not. I asked her if one of the girls didn't marry a Mason & she s'd "one married a McMichaels & one a Coughanour" & "there were but two daughters".
Page 110. Kate says their old home was sold to a man named Briner or Bryner.
Cousin Kate says her mother told her that she knew that grandfather A.F. Thompson was buried on the Rotharmel farm beside his grandparents John & Eleanor Jack for she saw the grave dug by members of her own the Rothermel family & Kate well remembers seeing the three graves herself with the fence
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around them which was partly fallen down, falling in with many of the palings off or loose & lying on the inside of the enclosure. Said her grandmother told her she must not go inside the lot & she didn't. She does not think they were, or even grandfather's remains were ever taken up & removed.
Page 115. The date fixing Eleanor Jack's death as near 1830 is wrong. She must have died 10 yrs before that as previously recorded about Kate's mother when 14 or 15 & Nellie Markle getting the dinner & then she died before grandfather Thompson.
Page 147. Asking Kate what her grandfather wanted to build a new house for, she said he intended building a Hotel up on the new road, the Pike, but the building of it was opposed by his son, Peter for one thing & John Markle never returned the boards, so it was not built.
I recall that Kate spoke this morning of her brother Sam coming in once & telling his mother about the Jack girls & Barrett Story & his mother told him she had known of that since she was a little girl. Sam had been up at Nancy Hough's & she had told him in the presence of her daughter Rose Ann Pollock who was sitting by.
Page 158. Kate says the location or residence of the woman & child John Markle admitted to his wife was when he had been viz at Harrisburg Pa & further she feels very sure it was in the Stone house that Eleanor Jack died. It is now 3 PM & I must go in town. JVT
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Oak Hill Aug 11, 1921 9 AM
Pages 216 & 217 Book 3
Kate says an Uncle of Leah Robb's husband was buried out at Sewickly Ch or Dicks U.P. CH & years after his widow, who had been Ann Welsh of abt Gbg died a year or two before Leah Robb who went to "Aunt's funeral". She, Ann was buried in West Newton Cem. She left a daughter Rebecca who afterwards married a Bennett & a daughter of hers called to see Kate in 1917 just after fall, on Decoration Day.
Page 272. Book 3 Lines 15 to 17.
Kate now says that it was not Capt Conrad Stenger's son Conrad, but his son Lewis who got the Stenger family Bible that had the record in it. She says he gave her grandmother, his own sister, the date of her birth written on a slip of paper which she lost. Kate says Lewis Stenger was resident in Franklin Co & the Bible above referred to sent to his son, Jacob.
Kate says her great grandmother, the widow of Capt Conrad Stenger died the same year or within a year of when Martin Rotharmel died. She said her grandfather Peter Rotharmel was sowing flax seed on his farm in Westnd Co Pa & "missed three lands" & said then "there would be three deaths within a year" & there was viz Martin Rotharmel, his brother, Anna Catherine Stenger, his mother in law, & Kate can't now recall the other one. Kate says her grandmother never spoke to them about her brother Philip Stenger
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until just the year before she died. Kate says her grandmother's sister Mrs Lazier had caught a chicken & it scratched her on the arm & blood poisoning set in & it killed her. They did not notify Mrs R. Her son when he visited there found she had been dead five years. Mrs Meng died in May of the same year. Mrs Rotharmel died later in the fall so that Mrs Rotharmel was the last survivor of the family. It is now 2:44 PM & I must go in town.
George Smith, see next page, had some money stolen. It was actually stolen by his second wife, but she made her husband believe that his son, George by his first wife had stolen it & he ordered his son George to leave. He went to Peter Rotharmel's & told him he did not take the money & Peter tried to dissuade him from going away, but he was determined to go, so Peter gave him all the money he had in the house & Conrad Stenger (son of Capt Conrad) coming in that night gave him all he had. George Smith left early the next morning & Peter & Conrad tried to overtake him & bring him back, but he was gone. Years after this, when Peter had moved to Westnd Co, "Paddy" Jack was at Pgh one day & bought a paper which had in it a picture of George Smith, the brave & noble Captain who had saved all the passengers from a burning steamer out near St Louis & when saving the last one, something fell on his To Page 78.
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[Descendant Chart shows descendants & siblings of Conrad Stenger]
Capt Conrad Stenger came from Germany & served in the Revolutionary War. He rtd once to Germany & came back to America, married Anna Catharine Bender came also fr Germany, but from another part. "She was a very strict woman". She died in 1818 or 1819. He bought ggfather Casper Markle's farm in Berks Co Pa & died there abt 1795 as Kate thinks as it was near the time her Aunt Katy was born. Kate's grandmother got some money from his estate.
John Stenger, oldest m. Lizzie________. He lived in Berks Co Pa. His wife died before he did. He died at his sister, Mrs Lazier's & her son William settled estate (which was a large one) dishonestly & Kate's grandmother only got $900. John Stenger owned 2 or 3 farms & had money also. He had been an undertaker. No issue.
Conrad Stenger See Record at Pages 42 & 43 this book
Lewis Stenger, m. Sophia______. He died first & she later in Franklin Co. She was part crazy & sowed the money in the grass. He got the Bible that had the family record. He was married when Kate's grandmother was a little girl.
Jacob Stenger. Born in 1793 Same year as Kate's Uncle Peter. Married & lived in Franklin Co Pa. He got the old Conrad Stenger family Bible with record in it. See Bk 17 P 569 & 590.
Samuel Stenger. He was a drover & had been out to Westmoreland Co. He was born abt 1830 as Kate says he was a yr younger than her brother "Pete". He was not married when at Rothermels. B. Dec 28, 1829. ob.
Keziah, m. Kriner & lived near London.
A daughter, Elizabeth B. Sept 19, 1828 ob Mch 25, 1911
Probably other children
Probably several other children Philip, was queer. Never mar. See Bk 17, p 590.
A daughter m. Camp & lived in Berks Co Pa. Don't know anything about her family.
Margaret Stenger, m. George Smith. They moved to Franklin Co Pa & lived over a "Back Creek" & it was the fog coming from it which she swallowed as heretofore recorded which killed her. He married again a bad woman with two thieving children.
Samuel, married lived in Franklin Co Pa.
A dau, sewed in Mexican War
George, See Page 75 line 13.
Elizabeth, m. Sam Stenger See Page 42 this book
Maria Stenger, m. Jacob Meng from Germany. Did live in Somerset Co Pa & then moved to Manchester & was well off. Mrs Rothermel, her daughter Polly, Barney Wagner once visited them in Ohio.
Jacob, died when a young man unmarried.
Several other children
Philip Stenger, He was taken in by a Society girl whom he married & finding she was a bad woman, he quit her & Society for ever & died in Berks Co at his sister's Mrs Camp's.
Anna Catharine Stenger, m. Peter Rotharmel See Record in Book 3 Pages 90 & 91.
Elizabeth Stenger, 8 or 10 yrs younger than Mrs Rotharmel, m. Lazier a worthless fellow who bought a farm in Berks Co Pa & could not pay for it, but she got it paid for. He was a brother of Martin Rotharmel's wife. He died before his wife.
William Lazier, Settled his Uncle John's estate. Uncle Sam sd he had a cousin woman living with him who was not any better than he was.
Jonathan, married & took his mother's place at which the stage coaches stopped & that was how she paid for it.
Possibly other children
A son, m.1. m.2. Catharina Merckel widow of Peter Book 1 Page 125 & they lived in Franklin Co Pa. No issue by her. He had children by 1st wife.
A son, Geo Stinger, m.1. m.2. Christina Marckel, widow of George, Book 1 Page 126 & they lived in Franklin Co Pa. No issue by her, but he had children by 1st wife. He died in 1806 in Antrim Tp. See his will Book 17 P. 605 & his direction for tombstones of sf & wife. Hunt where buried. He gives £5 to Falling Springs or Grindstone Hill congregations.
A Daughter, m. Wm Rice an Englishman who was captured by the British, but remaining loyal was imprisoned in a church & starved & frozen to death.
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