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201 Mary's place of birth is from her marriage record Strub, Mary Ann Barbara (I1590)
 
202 Matilda and her sisters are living next to a John Hawkins (age 28), wife Elizabeth and family. Perhaps the sisters' uncle, brother of Mary? Hale, Matilda L. (I1587)
 
203 Member of Ancient Landmarks Masonic Lodge, Raper Commandery No. 1, Knights Templar, Hercules Council of Royal League, Indianapolis Council No. 2, Royal and Select Masters, and Keystone Chapter No. 6, Royal Arch Masons. Lorenz, Fredrick Adolph (I1084)
 
204 Middle name per son Frederick's death certificate. Place of birth and father's name per this Fred's death certificate Lorenz, Fredrick Adolph (I1084)
 
205 More specifically, he was probably born in the Dutchy of Nassau, which merged with other provinces in 1868 to create the present day state of Hesse. Reinhard, Adolph (I1433)
 
206 More specifically, he was probably born in the Dutchy of Nassau, which merged with other provinces in 1868 to create the present day state of Hesse. Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
207 More specifically, she was probably born in the Dutchy of Nassau, which merged with other provinces in 1868 to create the present day state of Hesse. Reinhard, Augusta (I1312)
 
208 More specifically, she was probably born in the Dutchy of Nassau, which merged with other provinces in 1868 to create the present day state of Hesse. Reinhard, Caroline (I1432)
 
209 No marriage license as PA did not record vitals until 1906. Source is daughter Bessie's marriage license, which shows Sylvester and Emily as her parents. 1900 US Census gives years married as 25, thus the year married. Family F423
 
210 Note this year is not confirmed. There is a George Bartlett buried in the same cemetery as his parents and some siblings. Still need to find an actual record. Bartlett, George Oliver (I61)
 
211 Note: Daughter Helen's death certificate gives her mother's name as Lucy. Was she named after her paternal grandmother, Lucia "Lucy" Peterson? Place is based on where her parents were married Sherman, Lucy "Sally" (I336)
 
212 Note: Last names on record spelled "Rinehart" and "Lorrence". Marshall is where Augusta's father, sister and brother William were living. Located 20 miles west of Terre Haute, Indiana, the residence of her brother, Adolph. Family F362
 
213 Note: Marriage records gives his residence as Readsboro. Danforth is living near John Sherman, the father of his soon to be wife. Whiting, Danforth (I398)
 
214 NOTE: No one named McCown found in the 1820 US Census for Pittsylvania County, Virginia. For original census: https://archive.org/details/populationsc18200140unit -Possible location: Meadsville, Halifax, Virginia (see Notes) McCown, James M. (I28)
 
215 NOTE: No one named McCown found in the 1830 US Census for Monroe or Owen County, Indiana. For full transcription of census: http://www.us-census.org/states/indiana/ McCown, James M. (I28)
 
216 NOTE: Philip came to America in 1633, settling in Roxbury; he did not move to Portsmouth until abt 1638 so Sarah's place of birth was Roxbury. Sherman, Sarah (I776)
 
217 Note: Source gives a proved date of 1880 but that is incorrect. Jonathan wrote the will in 1880, it was proved 1 Jul 1882 (see the actual will) Hinkle, Jonathan Jefferson (I1125)
 
218 Note: The cemetery name is listed as Bethel on the death certificate BUT although there IS a Jonathan Jefferson Hinkle in that cemetery, the date of birth and death do NOT match this John Hinckle but do match the dates on the grave in Mount Gilead Cemetery Hinkle, John Jefferson (I1140)
 
219 Note: Vital Records of Dartmouth states: ["Nathan Shearman was recorded wrong and is recorded in the new book," s. Edman, Feb. 8, 1686] Sherman, Nathan (I407)
 
220 Obituary: James McMahon died at his home in Troy Friday night at 11:55 o’clock. He was 79 years old. He is survived by his wife Delphine; and one daughter, Mrs. Grant H. Gustin, also seven grandchildren. http://www.joycetice.com/obitcemb/glenobitma.htm McMahan, Thomas James (I823)
 
221 Occupation: saloon (with William Reinhard). Located in the same location where the (Henry) Lorenz Brewery was located: a triangular-shaped property encased by Lafayette Avenue at Market Street and Grant Avenue. Mayer, Melchior (I648)
 
222 On adjacent farms: ----Jehiel Beach m. Sally Sherman (John's daughter) ----Nathan Sherman (John's son) ----John Sherman (this John) Sherman, John Leonard Jr. (I337)
 
223 On adjacent farms: ----Jehiel Beach m. Sally Sherman (Lucy's daughter) ----Nathan Sherman (Lucy's son) ----John Sherman (Lucy's husband) Sherman, Lucy "Sally" (I336)
 
224 On adjacent farms:---Jehiel Beach (m. Sally Sherman, John's daughter),---Seth Sherman (John's son)---This John Sherman, John Leonard Jr. (I337)
 
225 On his way to Indiana? Living/working with a German family, two of which are brewers. The next two addresses are taverns with German brewers and bar keeps. NOTE: In 1861 Wheeling became part of West Virginia./Wheeling, Ohio, West Virginia Lorenz, J. Adolph Henry (I1092)
 
226 Order shown: Jediah Beach (husband of Nathan's sister, Sally); Nathan Sherman (this Nathan); John Sherman (father of Nathan) Sherman, Nathan Tilchner (I333)
 
227 Oscar R. Sherman, 89, formerly of Mansfield, died Sunday, July 22, 1990, at the McMurray Hills Manor in McMurray. Born Nov. 11, 1900, in Sullivan Township, he was the son of John W. and Nettie Richmond Sherman. He was a member of the Elk Run Methodist Church and the E. Sullivan Grange No. 821. He had attended the former Mansfield State College and was a graduate of Penn State. He was an agriculture teacher in various districts in Pennsylvania and a real estate representative for Wandell-Jackson Real Estate. Surviving are his wife, Mildred Wineman Sherman of McMurray; a son, John Wesley Sherman of Lusby, Md.; a daughter, Connie Siren of Pittsburgh; six grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and a sister, Florence Tice of Mainesburg. There were no calling hours. Services were held Wednesday, July 25, at 10:30 am at the Elk Run Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert Stump officiated. Burial was made at the Tioga County Memorial Gardens, Charleston Township. Arrangements were handled by the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield. Sherman, Oscar R. (I2382)
 
228 Other household members: daughter Arabelle Burnham (divorced, age 28 listed as housekeeper) and her son, Lincoln (age 7). Sherman, Nathan Tilchner (I333)
 
229 Other members of the household: Chris Schuerer - brewer, age 23 from Numenburgh Germany; Morton Haduser - bartender, age 20 from Baden Germany; and Vanburen Campbell - laborer, age 22 Lorenz, J. Adolph Henry (I1092)
 
230 Other members of the household: Chris Schuerer - brewer, age 23 from Numenburgh Germany; Morton Haduser - bartender, age 20 from Baden Germany; and Vanburen Campbell - laborer, age 22 Reinhard, Augusta (I1312)
 
231 Parents are both dead by the time of this census. Household: sister Caroline, brothers William and George but no Fred. Shown next door is their aunt Caroline Reinhard. Lorenz, Mary Anna (I1434)
 
232 Parents are both dead by the time of this census. Household: sisters Caroline and Mary, brother William but no Fred. Shown next door is their aunt Caroline Reinhard. Lorenz, William Henry (I1333)
 
233 Parents are both dead by the time of this census. Household: sisters Caroline and Mary, brother William but no Fred. Shown next door is their aunt Caroline Reinhard. Lorenz, George W. (I1428)
 
234 Parents are both dead by the time of this census. Other occupants: sisters Mary and Caroline, brother William. No Fred. Shown next door is their Aunt "C. Rinhart", age 34. Lorenz, Caroline F. (I26)
 
235 Parents were killed by Indians. Guardianship went to his Uncle Samuel Bliss (husband of Mary, Sarah Leonard's sister) and his uncle, Joseph Leonard, Sarah Leonard's brother Keep, Samuel (I1310)
 
236 Per "The Great Migration" source, there is no record found that Margaret's maiden name was 'Winslow'. There IS, however, a Margaret Morgan Hickes who came over (see Arrival info). Is maiden name 'Morgan' I wonder? Birth year is just as guess Margaret (I88)
 
237 Per the 1880 US Census, Anna is working as a dress maker / seamstress. Her grandson, Paul Lorenz, confirms this is what he remembers. Hale, Anna Belle (I1088)
 
238 Place of birth per his marriage application to his second wife, Elizabeth Owens.

Middle name from his son's death certificate.  
Bartlett, Charles Fremont (I1036)
 
239 Place of death is the last place she was known to have lived (1860 census). No probate record can be found on Ancestry and per the Bradford County Historical Society (4/25/16) Sherman, Lucy "Sally" (I336)
 
240 Place of death per his granddaughter. Town could have been Peterborough and/or Bancroft. "He lived on Baptiste Lake in Ontario near the Trent River Waterway and the Wellen Canal. This was after he divorced my grandmother " Hoover, Louis Henry (I2451)
 
241 Polly was a widow when she came over with her children: two sons and three daughters. One of the daughters married Thomas Brown. Oldest son married and had two sons, one was a Presbyterian Minister in Wilmington Delaware. Setson, Polly (I1939)
 
242 Probably named after Lorenzo Dow (1777 – 1834), an eccentric itinerant American evangelist, said to have preached to more people than any other preacher of his era. He became an important figure in the Second Great Awakening and a popular writer. His autobiography at one time was the second best-selling book in the United States, exceeded only by the Bible Montgomery, Lorenzo Dow (I656)
 
243 Raised by his grandparents and Uncle Lethel. Both parents deceased at the time of marriage. Birth date and parents names per marriage application. Sanders, William Douglas (I1331)
 
244 Returns from CA flush with gold. Purchases 600 acres of land near Calhoun in Windsor Township. He runs an important live stock ranch and is widely known as a successful breeder of racehorses. The 1870 US census shows he has real estate value of $10,000. McCown, William M. (I1038)
 
245 Sec 31, Lot 309. Anna is buried in the same section/lot with her husband, her parents, and her half-sister Mary's husband's parents Wagner, Anna (I1085)
 
246 Sec 59, Lot 358 Wagner, Emma J. (I1162)
 
247 Sec. 42, Lot 94 Reeder, Mary Gertrude (I1401)
 
248 Sec. 42, Lot 94 Kuerst, Christian Frederich August (I1405)
 
249 Sec. 46B, Lot 57 Lorenz, Virginia Ann "Ginny" (I1316)
 
250 Sec. 60, Lot 881. Not buried with her husband. She is buried in the same plot as her brothers Harry and Walter and Walter's wife, Emma. Lorenz, Clara M (I1091)
 

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