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					              BRICK CHURCH RECORDS
                         * * *
       Translated from the original German by
                Reverend D. I.Offman.




Typed from a carbon copy of Rev. D. I. Offman‘s translation
by Calvin Hinshaw, and proof read by said Hinshaw and David
Holt. (1959)
Pg. 1A



                                    CONTENTS
Ministers of the Brick Church from the beginning……………………………………………………………………...1

Proceedings of the Congregation…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……..2

Children Baptized in the Community at the Klapp Church (Brick Church)…..………..4

Members Confirmed at Brick Church from 1773 - 1820……………………………………………..………....55

Communicants of Brick Church 1802 - 1830………………………………………………………………………….....…..60

Register of the Communicant Members of the Brick Church
according to a Revision made in March the year 1840……………………………………………..…………….77

Marriage Record of the Reformed Brick Church copies from Old Book…………………....93

Record of Burying in the Brick Church Cemetery copied from Old Book….…..……..96

A Record of Graves in Brick Church Cemetery marked and known June 20, 1925….98
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                                     CONTENT

History of the church by the Alamance County Historical Assoc. 1971..…..…...X
Old German names of Guilford and Alamance Counties - Then and Now....………....A

Title page of the original record book, as translated...............…..……………B

Ministers of the Brick Church.......................................……………...1

Proceedings of the congregation....................................………….……..2

Children baptized in the Community at the Klapp (Brick) Church........……....4

Members Confirmed at Brick Church from 1773 - 1829.....................……….55

Communicants of Brick Church 1802 - 1830............................………....60

Register of the Communicant Members of the Brick Church according to
    a revision made in March of the year 1840, by Rev. G.W. Welker..........77

Marriage Records of the Reformed at Brick Church, 1772 - 1808..........……...93

Record of buryings in the Brick Church Cemetery copied from the
        "Old Book". Reflects deaths occurring from 1776 - 1806.......………………96

A record of graves in the Brick Church Cemetery marked and known as of
    June 20, 1925. (This listing also includes a recording of
    former church members who died elsewhere and were buried at other
    cemeteries ie.page 117 and item concerning Mrs. T. Green Wharton.)…......98

Index   ...........................................................118

Note:   Between pages 4 through 54 of the childrens baptisimal section,
        Marriage bond information (M.B.) has been added in long hand where
        known, by Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Hartgrove, Jr. of Greensboro, N.C., at
        the following item locations - 271, 427, 429, 437, 468, 480, 481,
        482, 483, 484, 486, 487, 490, 491, 492, 496, 500, 502, 510, 521, 530,
        535, 536, 538, 542, 544, 549, 564, 566, 569, 570, 605, 606, 609, 613,
        622 and 633.




(R.D. Donnell Burlington, N.C. 5/1/1983)
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Old German names of Guilford County (Rev. D. I. Offman)
Then                   Now               Then           Now

Albrect               Albright          Kash            Costen
Anthone               Anthony           Lau             Low
Barro                 Burrow            Leinberger      Lineberry
Braun                 Brown             Ludwig          Lewis
Brauer                Brower            Nies            Neese
Bauer                 Bower             Schwenck        Swing
Bauman                Bowman            Scherbb         Sharpe
Bohnn                 Boon              Schaffer        Sheppard
Bun                   Boon              Stretter        Strader
Barnhart              Barney            Schette         Shaddy
Calk                  Keck ?            Schmidt         Smith
Trachsler             Troxler           Trog            Troy ?
Denald                De Vault          Vogelmann       Fogleman
Emig                  Amick             Wilhelm         William
Engel                 Ingle             Romne           Rumbly
Filiby                Phillippie        Kirchanett      Kennett?
Goertner              Cartner           Borks           Burke
Hans                  John              Bohsert         Bowes
Huyet                 Hiatt             Kopp            Cobb
Johannes              John              Notz            Knotts?
Kawset                Causey ?          Aidy            Ida
Gobel                 Coble             Eisle           Iseley
Grueber               Groover           Koch            Cook
Groff                 Graves            Mehson          Mason
Gerhart               Garrett           Schatterlis     Shatterly
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                        CHURCH BOOK OF THE REFORMED
Congregation on Beaver Creek in Orange County (now
Guilford County), North Carolina, and is the beginning,
at the time, Anno Domini 1772, and Samuel Suther a
preacher of the Reformed Church by the Grace of God
in Christ Jesus Our Lord.
                          ‗Til December 16, 1791.

                            Names of the Church1

      "The Church on Beaver Creek" was the first name given
       the Church.

      "The Klapp Church" was the second name given the Church.

      ―The Brick Church‖ was the third and last name given the
       Church.



  1
   The title page of the original record book translated in English.

Notes by Jame MacLamroc, County Historian of Guilford County:

   The Reverent D. I. Offman was pastor of the Calvinist (someone crossed
Out Calvinist and put Lutheran) German Reformed churches in eastern
Guilford, including the Brick Church in southeast Guilford (some one crossed
out "including the Brick Church in southeast Guilford"), for fifty years.

   Guilford County was taken from Orange and Rowan counties when
it was established in 1771 the eastern approximately two-fifths
in which the Brick Church is located having come from Orange and
the western approximately three-fifths having come from Rowan.
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             MINISTERS OF THE BRICK CHURCH FROM THE BEGINNING
                      All were of the Reformed faith
                    except Rev. Paisley (Presbyterian)

Rev.   James Martin         1749
Rev.   Richard Dupert       1764
Rev.   Samuel Suther        1772   -   1781
Rev.   John W. Bithan       1786   -   1788
Rev.   Andrew Loretz        1788   -   1800
Rev.   Henry Diffenbach     1801   -   1807
Rev.   Andrew Loretz        1808   -   1813
Rev.   James R. Riley       1813   -   1814
Rev.   John Rudy            1821   -   1825
Rev.   William Paisley      1826   -   1828
Rev.   John H. Crawford     1828   -   1840
Rev.   Geo. A. Stauffer     1899   -   1902
Rev.   A. S. Clapp          1907   -   1907
Rev.   M. L. Klopfenstein   1907   -   1911
Rev.   Joshua Bowers        1912   -   1914
Rev.   D. C. Cox            1916   -   1920
Rev.   Albert ( )linger     1922   -   1924
Rev.   Wm. C. Shaw          1924   -   1924
Rev.   W. H. Groff          1925   -   1926
Rev.   How Fesperman        1927   -
Rev.   Chas. E. Hiat

The Rev. Samuel Suther preached here before he became pastor.

The Rev. John W. Bithan is the only reformed minister buried in the
Brick Church Cemetery. He lies 20 or 30 feet S. East from the Daniel
Faust grave.

The Rev. Andrew Loretz was not an ordained minister at the Brick Church
but his faithful work entitles him to all the honor.

The Rev. William Paisley was a Presbyterian minister but he was also
like Loretz, a faithful supply.

Rev. Wm. C. Shaw was not ordained

Groff and Fesperman were students in the ministry.

Rev. J. R. Reily is written "Jacobus" in the record instead of James
"Jacobus" being the German.

Rev. Wm. Paisley born Oct. 26, 1770, died March 10, 1857.   Buried in
Greensboro, NC.

Rev. Andrew Loretz born in Choir, Swiss. In 1762, died March 31, 1813.
He lies at Daniel Church in Lincoln Co. NC.
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                    PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONGREGATION

        According to public notice previously given the congregation
met in the Brick church on the 20th of May 1839 for the purpose of
considering the propriety of repairing the church edifice.

       Daniel Albright was called to the chair, and the Rev. John H.
Crawford appointed secretary. The Rev. George A. Leopold was invited
to take a seat as an advisory member.

        The object of the meeting being made known it was resolved that
The congregation should resolve into a committee of the whole and the
Members shall be at liberty to leave their seats in order to examine in
the church edifice and that they again take their seats in half an hour
after having inspected the building the members taken their seats. The
President desired to be relieved from the duties of the chair in as
much as he experienced a difficulty in hearing the members speak. His
request was granted and the Rev. George A. Lepold was called to fill
his place.

        The members were then called to upon respectively to express
their opinions concerning the subject under consideration. They all
concur in the opinion that the shattered condition of the walls render
it necessary to rebuild the house where upon it was unanimously
resolved that the walls shall be taken down to the foundation; that the
roof shall be supported in its present position by such means as may be
deemed most practicable; that the walls shall again be erected on their
roof; that the walls shall be built the length of two bricks in
thickness below the gallery and one and one half above; that the
gallery shall be put up lengthwise in the house sloping towards the
center, seven feet high in front, then feet wide at the sides and
sixteen at the end; and that a building committee shall be appointed.

        The following persons were then appointed to constitute the
Building committee; Daniel Albright, John Clapp Sr., Daniel Faust,
Daniel Clapp and Abraham Clapp.

        A subscription paper was then handed around and $562.00 was
forthwith subscribed.

      The congregation adjourned Sine die.
                                 J. H. Crawford, Secretary

      Proceeding of a meeting held on the 20th of April 1840.

     According to notice previously given the congregation met at the
Brick Church on the 20th of April 1840.

     The meeting was organized by calling Col. Daniel Clapp to the
chair and appointing W. A. Carrigan secretary. It was moved and
seconded and carried that the Rev. Mr. Fritchey take his seat as
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an advisory member which he accordingly did. Moved and seconded that
the house be built one story high and ten feet longer. The motion was lost.

        A motion being put whether the members will sustain the
commissioners in any expenses they may incur farther than the amount of the
present subscription in pulling down and putting and securing the walls of the
house. The vote being put, those present unanimously agreed to sustain the
commissioners in proportion to the present amount of their subscriptions.

       The congregation adjourned Sine die.
                               W. A. Carrigan, Secretary

                                Transcribed by J. H. Crawford.

               PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONSISTORY MARCH 1840.

        Members of the consistory: Elders Daniel Clapp, Daniel Faust,
David Hoffman, Joshua Clapp (Miller), and David Ingle.

                                                Pastor John H. Crawford

        The first confirmation held at night in the history of the Brick
Church was held Aug. 7, 1925, by Rev. Harvey Fesperman of Greensboro on Friday
Night about 9:30. 23 were confirmed.
Pg. 4
                     CHILDREN BAPTIZED IN THE COMMUNITY AT THE
                            KLAPP CHURCH (BRICK CHURCH).
1
Baptized ? February 14, 1771
Daniel May, a son named Jacob.   Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and Maria Barbra Albright.
Born Sept. 23, 1768 (?)

2
Born February 4, 1767
Mr. William Bets and wife, Elizabeth, a daughter born and named Anna Catharine.

Born August 8, 1769
Susanna Bets was born
Christian Bets was born

3
February 4, 1774
To Mr. William Bets three (3) children were received by Holy Baptism on
December 1775

4
Baptized April 11, 1767
To John Faust, Son of John Sr. a daughter, Judith, was born.   Sponsors Were Jacob Faust
and Maria Barbra Albright.    Born March 21, 1766

5
Born April 10, 1769
John Faust, son of John, a son born and named John Jr.    Sponsors were John Faust, the
older, and his wife.

6
Born 1775
John Faust had a daughter born and named Anna Maria.   Sponsors were Christian Faust,
and Maria Barbra Albright.

7
Born December 22, 1779
John Faust, of John had a daughter born and named Barbara.     Sponsors Were Jacob Clapp
and wife.

8
Born September 16, 1782
John Faust, son of John, one son born and named Jacob.    Sponsors were Jacob Boon.

9
Born January 1, 177_
Daniel May one daughter born and baptized Anna Barbara.   Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and
wife. Baptized December 22.

10
Born March 7, 1770
Philip Faust, son of John and his wife Catharina, one son born and baptized. Name John
Phillip. Sponsors were Margret Fogleman and Christian Faust.
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11
Born May 16, 17__ Henry Weitzel and his wife, Maria Freena, had one Daughter born and
baptized Maria Eva. Sponsors were Ludwig Swing and wife Maria Eva.

12
Daniel Cartner and his wife Rosina had a child baptized.    Sponsors were Ludwig
Swing and wife Maria Eva.

13
George Fogleman and his little son were baptized in the Lutheran Religion.

I served in this community from February 8, 1801 until March 22, 1807
                                                Henry Diffencach.

14
May 30 ____
Barney Swing and wife had one son baptized and named Ludwig.    Sponsors were
Ludwig Swing and Maria Eva.

15
Born June 20 178_
Valentine Metzger one daughter born and Baptized July 11, 178_. Sponsors were Adam
Starr and wife Anna Margaret. Child‘s name was Anna Margaret Metzger.

16
Born June 28, 1782
George Cartner one son baptized and named John Matthew.    Sponsors were
John Matthew Swing and Anna Margret Costen. (Kast)

17
Born August 31, 1777
Peter Cartner had one daughter. Baptized September 19, 1777 and named
Anna Margret. Sponsors were John Matthew and Anna Margret Costen (Kartin).

18
Born December 10, 1777(2?-copy is bad)
John Faust and his wife, Anna Maria, one son baptized and named Christian.
Sponsors were Christian Faust and Ester Clapp.

19
Born November 10, 1772
Ludwig Clapp Jr., son of John Phillip Clapp, and his wife Sophia one son
baptized and named John December 1772. Sponsors were John Albright and Ester
Clapp.
(Note *Mara*—one my copy someone circled Jr. and put a question mark,
underlined son and put a question mark under John—I guess the question
is…is how can Ludwig be a Jr. if his father was a John)

(Sophia Clapp was an Albright, sister of Captain William Albright.)
(Ludwig Jr. was born in 1742 in Berke Co. Pennsylvania)

20
Born December 21, 1773
Jacob Clapp and wife one child baptized the 9th of January 1774. Sponsors were John
Phillip Faust and his wife Catharina. The child‘s name was Anna Catharina Clapp.

21
Baptized February 20, 1774
Adam Starr had one child baptized and named Anna Maria.    Sponsors were
Henry Weitzel and his wife, the child‘s grand parents.
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22
Born January 21, 1774
George Clapp and his wife, Anna Elizabeth, had a child baptized and
Named Elizabeth February 20, 1774. Sponsors were Christian Albright and Ester
Clapp. (The Daughter, Elizabeth, married Daniel Albright, P. M.)

23
Born February 7, 1774
George Ingle had one child baptized and named Dorothea February 20,
1774. Sponsors were John Henry Suther and Catharina May.

24
Born (nothing listed*)
John Weitzel and his wife had one son baptized and named John on February 20, 1774.

25
Born (nothing listed *)
To Christian Haur and wife, Anna Otilia, one son baptized and named John Barnhart Haur.
Godfather, Barnhart Swing, lawful son of Ludwig Swing and Anna Margret Weitzel of Henry
Weitzel, January 20, 1772.

26
Born January 7, 1772
George Clapp and wife one child baptized and named John January 20, 1772.
Sponsors were John Clapp and Judith Faust. "White John Clapp"

27
John Linn and wife, Anna, had a son baptized and named Alexandre February 20, 1772.

28
Born January 4, 1772
George Cartner and his wife, Maria, one child baptized and named Margret
February 20, 1772. Sponsors were George Ingle and his wife Margret.

29
Born January 28, 1772
Adam Weitzel and his wife, Anna Margret, one child baptized and named
Daniel on February 20, 1772. Sponsors were Daniel May and his wife, Barbra.
(Adam lies at Friedens. Died January 24, 1822)

30
Born April 8,177_
Tobias Clapp Sr. and his wife, Anna Maria, one child baptized and named Tobias.
Sponsors were Henry Weitzel and his wife , Anna Maria.

31
Born February 3, 1772
Christian Schultz and wife, Mary Elizabeth, had one child baptized and Named John
Henry. Sponsors were Henry Coble and Anna Margret Fogleman. The mother‘s name was
Maria. Baptized March 22, 1772.
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32
Born October 10, 177_
Andrew Esslinger and his wife, Anna Eva, one child Baptized and named
Elizabeth November, 7, 1776. Sponsors were Jacobe Hamel and wife.

33
Born October 17, 1772
Barney Clapp Sr. and wife Anna Philipina, one child baptized and named
David. Sponsors were John Clapp and Anna Martret Strader. November 7, 1772.

34
Born Oct 27, 1772
Conrad Mast and wife one child baptized and named Eva. Sponsors were
Ludwig Swing and wife, Maria Eva Swing. November 7, 1772.

35
Born October 22, 1772
Nickolaus Greeson and wife, Margret, one son baptized and named Samuel. Sponsors were
Rev. Samuel Suther (the preacher) and wife, Elizabeth, November 7, 1772.

36
Born November 9, 1772
Frank Lineberry and wife, Judith, one child baptized and named Anna Margret December
13, 1772. Sponsors were Peter Low and wife, Margret.

37
Born December
George Neese and wife, Anna Catharina, one child baptized and named John Adam. Sponsors
were John Adam Starr and Margret Weitzel. Baptized Jan. 1773. (Born December 24, 1772
is also on the old book)

38
Born November 30, 1775
John Faust one son baptized and named John Geo.   Sponsors were George Faust and
Catharina May.

39
Born November 29, 1775
Henry Barnhart and Gertrude, wife, one child named and baptized January 7, 1776, John
Joel. Sponsors were Barney Swing and wife.

40
Born May, 27, 177_
Jacob Clapp, son of Ludwig, and wife, Barbara one daughter baptized and
Named Barbara. Sponsors were Daniel May and wife, Barbara.

41
Adam Starr one son baptized and named David.

42
George Loretz one child baptized and named Joseph.

43
Born November 10, 1777
George Cartner one child baptized and named Magdalena.   Sponsors were Philip Clapp and
wife.
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44
Born January 7, 1779
Henry Barnhart one son baptized and named Henry. Sponsors were Matthew
Swing. See 71 page 18. This entry is duplicated there.

45
Baptized February 18, 1781
Loretz Friddle one daughter baptized and named Anna Margret. Sponsors
Were Ludwig Albright and Anna Margret Friddle. Born ____ 27, 178_.

46
Born May, 6, 177_
Adam Lucker one son baptized and named John George.    Sponsors were George Clapp and
wife.

47
John Stahr one son baptized and named John Barnhart.   Sponsors were Barney Ingle and
Barbra Weitzel.

48
Born October 20, 177_
John Weitzel one son baptized and named John Henry.    Sponsors Henry Weitzel and wife,
Maria Froena.

49
Born December 17, 1777
Ludwig Clapp one child baptized and named Barbara Maria.   Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and
wife Anna Barbara.

50
Born August 12, 17__
Adam Starr one son baptized and named John Jacob.   Sponsors were Jacob Starr and wife
Anna Margret.

51
Born August 30, 17__
John Stahr one daughter baptized and named Mary Elizabeth.   Sponsors were John Weitzel
and wife.

52
Born September 8, 1777(?)
Jacob Clapp one son baptized and named Jacob Jr. Sponsors were Christian Faust and
wife.

53
Baptized September 16, 1778
George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth, one child baptized and named Anna Margret. Sponsors
were John Henry Suther and Anna Margret Clapp. Born August 16, 1778.

54
Born November 11, 177_
William Bets one daughter baptized and named Anna Barbara.    Sponsors
Were Jacob Clapp and wife. Anna Barbara.

55
Baptized December
Jacob Starr one daughter baptized and named Elizabeth Margret.
Sponsors were Adam Starr and wife.

56
May 15 (Baptized?*)
Adam Weitzel one daughter baptized and named _____.    Sponsors were Henry
Weitzel and wife, Maria Froena.
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57
June 26(Baptized?*)
Adam Loretz one daughter baptized and married Maria. Sponsors were Adam Starr and wife,
Anna Margaret. (the word married must be a mistake and should be named---w. c. h.)

58
Born June 1779
Elizabeth Suther was baptized. Sponsors were Daniel May and Mary Eva Swing and Anna
Margret Clapp, the wife of Ludwig Clapp, the older, September 7, 1779.

59
Born June 7, 1775
John Linn one child baptized and named John.

60
Born January 29, 1775
Jacob Clapp and his wife, Anna Barbara, one child baptized March 12, 1775 and
named John. Sponsors were ____ Clapp and Judith Faust.

61
Born November 13, 1774
George Loretz and wife, Catharina, one child baptized March 12, 1775 and named
John. Sponsors were Jacob Starr and Anna Maria Weitzel.

62
Born November 27, 1774
Tobias Clapp and wife, Anna Mary, one child baptized March 12, 1775 and named
John. Sponsors were John Phil. Clapp and Catharina May

63
Born December 4, 1774
Christian Schultz one child baptized March 19, 1775 and named John. Sponsors
were Adam Smith and wife, Maria Eva.

64
May 1, 1775
George Cartner one child baptized June 16, 1775 and named George. Sponsor was
Henry Barnhart.

65
Born September 14, 1776
George Clapp one son baptized and named John George.   Sponsors were Ludwig
Clapp and wife. (John George Clapp.    Brick House)

66
Born
John Starr one son baptized and named September 14, ___ (appears author may
have skipped a word or two*) John Henry. Sponsors were John Weitzel and wife,
Anna Maria.

67
Born September 20, 1778
John Albright and wife one daughter, baptized and named Anna Elizabeth. Sponsors were
George Clapp and wife, Anna Clapp.

68
Born September 28, 1778
Tobias Clapp one child baptized October 6, 1778 and named Magdalena. Sponsors were
Philip Kirkenett and wife, Magdalena.
Pg. 10
69
Born
John Clapp one child baptized and named Barbara.    Sponsors were Jacob Clapp
and wife, Barbara.

70
Baptized March
John Hoffman one child baptized and named Daniel. Sponsors were Daniel Hoffman and
Anna Margret Ingle and Henry (Born February 12, 1776. Died July 12, 1844. Lies at
Providence near Graham).

71
Baptized January 7, 1779
Henry Barnhart one son baptized and named Henry. Sponsor was Matthew Swing.
(this baptism is also recorded in no. 44 page 14)

72
Born November 3, 1778
Frank Lineberry one son baptized and named ____.    Sponsors were George Lineberry and
wife.

73
Born December 22, 1778
Andrew Eslinger one son baptized and named John Adam.    Sponsors were George
Neese and his wife.

74
Born May 9 ___
Daniel May and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized and named Elizabeth. Sponsors were
Rev. Samuel Suther and wife, Elizabeth.

75
Born February 7, 1773
George Ingle one son baptized and named John.    Sponsors were John Clapp and
wife Elizabeth.

76
Born
Barney Swing one daughter baptized and named ____.    Sponsors were Matthais
Swing and wife.

77
Born February 11, 17__
John Albright one child baptized and named Catharine. Sponsors were William
Albright and Catharine Albright and Ludwig Albright‘s daughter.

78
Born
John Linn one son baptized and named Samuel.

79
Born 1778
John Hoffman on son baptized and named George.     Sponsors were George Ingle and
wife. John died September 18, 1839.

80
Born January 1780
George Lineberry one son baptized and named David.    Sponsors were Jacob Greeson and
wife, December 17, 1781.

81
Born December _______
Andrew Eslinger one son baptized and named Christian.    Sponsors were Conrad
Hagy and Elizabeth Ludsvikin December 17, 1781.
Pg. 11
82
Born ___
Conrad Marstallea one son baptized and named Solomon.     Sponsors were Andrew
Eslinger and wife. December 17, 1781.

83
Born October 1781
George Neese one son baptized February 4, 1782 and named John George. Sponsor
was John George Neese.

84
Born ___
Henry Barnhart one child baptized November 17, 1780 and named Anna Barbara.
Sponsors were Peter Cartner and wife.

85
Barney Swing one son baptized and named ____.     Sponsors were Valentine Clapp
and Eva Swing.

86
Born April 28 1781
George Clapp one child baptized May 6, 1781 and named Anna Maria.

87
Born December 17, 1781
John Hoffman one daughter baptized and named Anna Margret. Sponsors were John
Albright and Anna Margret Hoffman. (Anna Margret married John Clapp, son of
Jacob, on April 13, 1801)

88
Born November 26, 1782
John Clapp one daughter baptized April 20, 1783 and named Judith. Sponsors
were Barney Clapp and son of ___ Clapp and lawful wife, Judith Faust. (Judith, wife of
Barney Clapp).

89
Born February 11, 17__
John Starr Jr. one daughter baptized   and named Sophia.    Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp and
wife, Sophia.

90
Born ___
John Albright one daughter   May 13, 1787 and named Anna Barbara. Sponsors were Jacob
Clapp and wife.

91
Christian Faust one daughter baptized October 12, 17__ and named Elizabeth Sponsors
were Jacob Faust and wife.

92
Born December
Christian Farman one son baptized and named Jacob.     Sponsors were Christian Faust and
wife.

93
Born December 17, 1779
Ludwig Clapp one son baptized and named John Williams.     Sponsors were John William
Albright and Emma Catharine Albright.

94
Born December 15, 1782
Tobias Clapp one son baptized and named Tobias.    Sponsors were Philip Gersheimer and
wife.
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95
Born October 3, 1780
Tobias Clapp one daughter baptized and named Laura.    Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and
wife.

96
Born June 7, 1783
Adam Clapp one son baptized and named John.   Sponsors were John Philip Clapp and wife.

97
Born March
Ludwig Clapp one son baptized and named John Henry. Sponsors were John Henry Albright
and Judith Faust. (John Henry died November 9, 1839)

98
Born March 1, 1782
Conrad Keck (Calk) and wife one daughter baptized and named Catharina. Sponsors were
Frederick Kimrie and wife.

99
Born December, 15, 1783
Conrad Hagy and wife one daughter baptized and named Catharina. Sponsors were Adam
Starr and wife Margret.

100
Born October 12, 1780
John Clapp one daughter baptized and named Catharina.   Sponsors were Philip Faust and
wife.

101
Born March 7, 1786
John Clapp one daughter baptized and named Sophia.    Sponsor was Ludwig Clapp. She died
June 11, 178_.

102
Born November 13, 1785
Christian Faust one son baptized and named Christian.   Sponsors were John Faust and
wife, Anna Maria Faust.

103
Born December 24, 1785
Tobias Clapp one son baptized and named John George.    Sponsors were George Clapp and
wife.

104
Born October
Conrad Hagy and wife one son baptized and named John December 20, 1785. Sponsors were
John Philip Clapp and wife Barbara.

105
Born June 12, 1784
George Clapp one son baptized and named William Henry (Heister). Sponsors were William
Clapp and William Albright and wife, Anna Maria. William Henry Clapp

106
Born July 19, 1787
George Clapp one son baptized and named Daniel by Rev Andrew Loretz. Col. Daniel Clapp.

107
Born 1787
John Albright one daughter baptized and named Anna Mattellena December 18, 1788
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108
Born 1788
John Albright one son baptized and named John Christian January 3, 1789

109
Born December 20, 1788
John Swing one son baptized and named John.   Sponsors were John Clapp and Anna Maria.

110
Born _____ 16, 1788
John Swing one son baptized and named John Barnhart.   Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp Jr.
and wife.

111
John Ludwig Clapp one daughter baptized and named Elizabeth.    Sponsors were John Swing
and wife.

112
Born ____
John Albright one daughter baptized and named Anna Margret.    Sponsors were John Clapp
and wife. May 9, ___.

113
Born December 22, ____
John Swing one son baptized and named John Henry.   Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp and wife.
December 22, 1791.

114
November 4, 1782
Jacob Clapp Jr. one daughter baptized and named Anna Maira (Maria?*). Sponsors were
George Cartner and wife. December 22, 1791.

115
Born ____ember 1783
John Clapp one son baptized and named John Clapp.   Sponsors were John Albright and
wife.

116
Born ___ 10, 1790
John Clapp one son baptized and named Ludwig.   Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp and wife.

117
Born 1784
Jacob Clapp Sr. one daughter baptized and named Judith.   Sponsors were John Barnhart
Clapp and wife.

118
The William Albright Children

Born July 26, 1784
William Albright one daughter baptized October 5, 1784 and named Catharine. The
Sponsors were Barney Clapp and Catharine Clapp, daughter of George Clapp. (the child
married John Shaeffer).

119
Born October 21, 1786
William Albright one daughter baptized October 24, 1789 and named Anna Magdalena.
Sponsors were John May and wife, Anna Magdalena.
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Born October 22, 1788
William Albright one son baptized November 16, 1788 and named Daniel. Sponsors were
Daniel Clapp and Elizabeth Clapp, a daughter of George Clapp . (The son, Daniel,
married a Miss Faust and went WEST)

121
Born February 18, 1791
William Albright one son baptized May 17, 1791 and named David. Sponsors were David Low
and wife, Elizabeth. (David A. married a Miss Faust and went WEST)

122
Born August
William Albright one son baptized August ___ 1793 and named Jonathan. Sponsors were
John Ludwig Clapp and wife, Sophia.

123
Children who were baptized five years ago and those who were baptized later.
These were all baptized by Andrew Loretz : 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96.

124
Born
Ludwig Clapp Jr. one daughter baptized January 6, 1794 and named Maria Barbara.
Sponsos were George Cartner and Maria Barbara Clapp.

125
Born December 20, 1793
Jacob Clapp Jr. and wife, Eva, one daughter baptized January 20, 1794 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were Matthais Cartner and Catharina Clapp (Sarah Clapp married Lewis Boon).

126
Matthais Swing one daughter baptized January 20, 1794 and Maria Barbara. Sponsors were
David Clapp and wife, Christina.

127
Born June
Isaac Berks one daughter baptized January 20, 1795 and named Sarah. Sponsors were
Daniel Albright and wife.

128
Born May, 2, 1785
Daniel May Jr. had five small children baptized, first Peter May. Sponsors were Daniel
Albright and wife.

129
Born Nov. 5, 1787
Daniel May one daughter baptized (2nd child) and named Maria Elizabeth. Sponsor was
Henry May.

130
Born March 24, 1789
Daniel May one daughter baptized and named Magdalena.   Sponsors were John May and wife.

131
Born April 29, 1793
Daniel May one son baptized and named David.   Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and wife.
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Born August 16, 1795
Daniel May one son baptized and named Daniel.   Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife
Elizabeth.


133
Born February 4, 1796
Jacob Clapp Jr. one son baptized and named Gabriel.    Sponsors were George. Clapp Sr.
and his wife.

134
Born June 20, 1795
Ludwig Clapp Jr. one son baptized and named Solomon.    Sponsors were John Clapp Jr.

135
Born July 31, 1794
Philip Amick and wife Elizabeth one son baptized and named William. Sponsors were
William(?) Clapp and Margret Cartner.

136
Born ____ 10, 1796
Valentine Clapp one son baptized and named Tobias.    Sponsors were Tobias Clapp and
wife.

137
Born July 31, 1794
Daniel Clapp son of Ludwig, one daughter baptized and named Mattallena. Sponsors were
David Starr and Magdalena Clapp.

138
Baptized June 27, 1795
John Swing one son baptized and named Daniel.   Sponsors were Matthais Swing and wife,
Margret.

139
Baptized June 27, 1795
Jacob Sutz one daughter baptized and named Maria Barbara.   Sponsors were Adam Low and
Barbara Clapp.

140
Baptized 1796
Matthais Swing one son baptized and named Ludwig.    Sponsors were David Starr and
Magdalena Clapp.

141
Baptized 1796
Jacob Ingle one son baptized and named William.   Sponsors were John Faust and Luvina
Ingle.

142
Baptized September 25, 1796
Isaac Borks one daughter baptized and named Ehlovina.   Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp and
wife, Sophia.

143
Baptized __ember 1796
Ludwig Clapp Jr. one daughter baptized and named Hellina (Helen). Sponsors were John
Clapp, son of Jacob and Magdalena Cartner.

144
Baptized 1797
Christian Sutz one daughter baptized and named Maria Magdelena. Sponsors were Ludwig
Low and wife.
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William Shepherd (Shaeffer) one daughter baptized and named Elizabeth. Sponsors were
Jacob Shepherd and wife (Clapp).

146
Baptized November 23, 1777
John Swing one daughter baptized and named Maria.   Sponsors were George Cartner and
wife.

147
Baptized March 5, 1798
Ludwig Clap one daughter baptized and named Sophia.   Sponsors were Ludwig Clapp Sr. and
wife.

148
Baptized December 4, 1797
Jacob Streter (Strader) one son baptized and named John.   Sponsors were Henry Keck and
wife.

149
Baptized April 3, 1798
Jacob Strader one daughter baptized and named Anna Catharina.   Sponsors were Phillip
Clapp and Anna Catharina Albright.

150
Baptized February 8, 1798
William Albright one son baptized and named Jacob. Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and wife.
(The boy, Jacob, married Elizabeth Findley and went West.)

151
Born August 16, 1796
William Albright one son baptized and named Gabriel. Sponsors were George Clapp and
wife. (Died single June 28, 1886) The Church record has August 28, 1798 but the
tombstone August 16, 1798 as birth date.

152
Born August 13, 1796
Henry May one daughter baptized and named Anna Maria.   Sponsors were David Fogleman and
wife.

153
Born January 10, 1798
Henry May one son baptized and named Tobias.   Sponsors were Tobias May and wife.

154
Born February 11, 1799
Daniel May one son baptized and named Jacob.   Sponsors were John Ubelland and wife.

155
Born November 18, 1799
Ludwig Clapp and wife one daughter baptized and named Martha(?). Sponsors were John
Faust and Margret Phillipi.

156
Born November 22, 1799
John Swing one daughter baptized and named Elizabeth.   Sponsors were George Clapp and
wife.

157
Born May 10, 1800
John Clapp Jr. one daughter baptized and named Barbara. Sponsors were George Faust and
wife. Barbara married Daniel Shoffner and died July 17, 1860. Lies at St. Pauls
Lutheran).
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Born December 14, 1800
Henry May one daughter baptized and named Eva Barbara.   Sponsors were Adam Swing and
Catharina Fogleman.

159
October 1, 1801
Daniel Clapp one daughter baptized and Anna Maria.   Sponsors were David Fogleman and
wife.

160
Born March 24, 1799
George Clapp Jr. and his wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized May, 2, 1799 and named
Catharina. Sponsors were John Brown wife, Cahtarina. (Brick House Geo.). Catharina
Clapp married William Faust and they lie at Stoners) She died Sept. 26, 1877.

161
Born April 1, 1801
George Clapp Jr. and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized and April 22, 1801 and named
David. Sponsors were John Clapp and wife, Catharina. (Brick House Geo.)

162
Baptized October 17, 1801
John Swing and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized and named William in the Lutheran
Church. Sponsors were William Clapp and wife Elizabeth.

163
Baptized October 17, 1801
John Swing and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized and named David in the Lutheran
Church. Sponsors were David Coble and wife, Magdalena.

164
Baptized October 9, 1802
Eva Bowers one son baptized and named David.   Sponsors were George Welker and wife,
Anna Maria.

165
Born April 6, 1802
William Albright and wife, Anna Maria, one son Baptized July 18, 1802 and named Henry.
Sponsors were Henry Barnhart and wife, Gertrude. (Henry married Devinny and went
west).

166
Born May 5, 1802
Phillip Clapp and wife, Catharina one daughter baptized and named Maria Eva. Sponsors
were Adam Smith and wife, Eva.

167
Born May 20, 1802
Valentine Pheifer and wife, Margret, one son baptized July 18, 1802 and named Daniel.
Sponsors were Matthais Cartner and wife Barbara.

168
Born June 4, 1802
Peter Ingold and wife, Barbar(a?*) one daughter baptized July 18, 1802 and named
Catharina. Sponsors were Henry Shoe and Catherina Shatterly.
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169
Born July 5, 1802
John Ludwig Siebald [Devault?] and wife, Maria Magdalen, one son baptized September 12,
1802 and named John Jacob. Sponsors were John Jacob Hiat and wife, Maria Magdalena.

170
Born August 9, 1802
John Faust and wife Margret one son baptized September 12, 1802 and named Leonard.
Sponsors were Leonard Phillippi and Margret Coble.

171
Born November 7, 1802
Philip Glass Jr. and wife one son, baptized and named John.     He was very sick and
therefore baptized at home.

172
Born December 19, 1802
John Ludwig Clapp Jr. and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized and named Sarah.
Sponsors were the parents. This family moved away on the 19th as it was announced.

173
Born November 22, 1802
John Clapp and wife Margret, one daughter baptized December 26, 1802 and named Hanna.
Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife Judith.

174
Baptized March 8, 1803
Jacob Shaddy and wife one sick child baptized and named John.    Sponsors were Peter
Cartnter and wife Barbara. Born ______.

175
Born November 29, 1803
David Coble and wife Magdalena, one son baptized December 17, 1893 and named Gabriel.
Sponsors were John Cartner and Maria Barbara Clapp.

176
Born March 28, 1803
Henry May and wife, Magdalena, one son baptized April 17, 1803 and named George Daniel.
Sponsors were Daniel May and wife, Elizabeth.

177
Born April 4, 1803
George Clapp Jr. and wife , Elizabeth, one daughter baptized April 17, 1803 and named
Elizabeth. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife, Elizabeth.

178
Born June 17, 1803
Valentine Clapp and wife, Maria one son baptized July 24, 1803 and named John David.
Sponsors were David Hiat and Magdalena Coble.

179
Born ____
Peter Coble and wife, Barbara one daughter baptized July 24, 1803 and named Magdalena.
Sponsors were Valentine Clapp and wife, Maria.
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Born September 25, 1801
Valentine DeVault and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized August 21, 1803 and named
Elizabeth. Sponsors were Valentine Cobb and wife, Elizabeth. (The child became the
wife of Hartwell Hoffman)

181
Born October 21, 1803
John Clapp and wife, Catharina, one child baptized November 13, 1803 and named Abraham.
Sponsors were George Clapp and wife Elizabeth.

182
Born October 25, 1803
John Faust and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized November 13, 1803 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were John Clapp and wife, Catharina.

183
Born November 23, 1803
Phillipp Clapp and wife, Maria Catharina, one son baptized December 3, 1803 and named
William. Sponsors were Peter Ingold and wife, Christina.

184
Born January 12, 1804
John Clapp and wife Margret, one daughter baptized January 24, 1804 and named Barbara.
Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and wife, Barbara.

185
Born September 12, 1803
Jacob Coble and wife, Christina, one daughter baptized March 25, 1804 and named Maria.
Sponsors were George Welker and wife, Maria.

186
Born November 18, 1803
Adam Low and wife, Magdalena, one daughter baptized March 25, 1804 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were Jacob Coble and wife Christina.

187
Born December 12, 1803
Ludwig Ingle and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized March 25, 1804 and named Aidy.
Sponsors were Adam Low and wife, Magdalena.

188
Born December 4, 1803
John Amick and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized March 25, 1804. Sponsors were Michael
Bork and wife, Susa.   The childs name is Barbara. (Bork may be Burk as it is not
plain but is probably Burk.)

189
Born March 13, 1804
John Faust and wife, Margret, one son baptized April 8, 1804 and named Daniel. Sponsors
were Christian Faust and Elizabeth Phillippi.
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Born September 1803
Jacob Shepherd and wife (Clapp) Maria, one son baptized April 8, 1804 and named John.
Sponsors were John Clapp and wife Catharina.

191
Born December 1803
Tobias May and wife, Catharine, one son baptized May 6, 1804 and named Solomon.
Sponsors were Jacob May and Sophia Friddle.

192
Born February 14, 1804 John Swing and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized may 6,
1804 and named Catharina. Sponsors were John Phillipi and wife Catharina.

193
Born February 9, 1804
William Clapp and wife Elizabeth, one son baptized May 6, 1804 and named Peter.
Sponsors were Peter Faust and wife Magdalena.

194
Born March 18, 1804
John Adam Brown and wife, Catharina, one son baptized May 21, 1803 and named John Adam.
Sponsors were Valentine Clapp and wife, Maria.

195
Born August 5, 1804
Tobias Clapp and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized August 12, 1804 and named David.
Sponsors were the parents.

196
Born August 5, 1804
George Welker and wife Maria, one daughter baptized October 7, 1804 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were Anthony Coble and Eva Low.

 197
Born August 29, 1804
Daniel Cartner and wife, Catharina, one son baptized October 7, 1804 and named Daniel.
Sponsors were Michael Borks (someone wrote Buck underneath Bork*) and wife Susan
(Moretz).

198
Born October 28, 1804
John Phillipi and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized December 2, 1804 and named John.
Sponsors were John Phillipi and wife Catharina. (the grandparents)

199
Born August 10, 1804
George Neese and wife, Barbara, one son baptized December 2, 1804 and named John.
Sponsors were John Neese and Elizabeth Bower.

200
Born October 26, 1804
Elisha Bennet and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized December 2, 1804 and named Daniel.
Sponsors were Adam Starr and Maria Keck.

201
Born May 10, 1804
Daniel Graves and wife one son baptized January 8, 1805 and named John. Sponsors were
the parents.
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202
Born January 7, 1805
John Clapp and his wife one son baptized March 3, 1805 and named Elias. Sponsors were
Henry Clapp and wife Maria.

203
Born November 26, 1804
Conrad Hagy and wife _____ Magdalena, one daughter baptized March 3, 1805 and named
Maria Sophia. Sponsors were Valentine Clapp Jr. and wife Maria.

204
Born November 11, 1804
Adam Neese and wife, Catharina, two daughters baptized March 3, 1805 with names
Catharine and Elizabeth. Sponsors were John Neese and Catharine Albright and David
Starr and wife Magdalena.

205
Born March 1, 1805
Matthais Cartner and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized March 31, 1805 and named
Maria. Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and wife, Eva (Cartner).

206
Born February 11, 1805
George Glass and wife Mara, one daughter baptized March 31, 1805 and named Elizabeth.
Sponsors were Peter Graves and Elizabeth Graves.

207
Born August 11, 1804
Barney Ingle and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized March 31, 1805 and named
Catharine. Sponsors were Anthony Coble and Catharine Hoffman.

208
Born February 23, 1805
Phillip Clapp and wife, Catharina, one son baptized April 13, 1805 and named George.
Sponsors were Isaac Greeson and wife Dorothea.

209
Born June 5, 1804
Ishamael Burrow and wife, Catharine Elizabeth, one child baptized April 14, 1805 and
named Myzeley.

210
Born April 24, 1805
William Clapp and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized July 14, 1805 and named Henry.
Sponsors were Henry Clapp and wife.

211
Born June 24, 1805
Peter Ingold and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized July 14, 1805 and named Barbara.
Sponsors were John Garret and wife , Barbara.

212
Born May 31, 1805
Frederick Sutz and wife, Anna Margret, one daughter baptized July 14, 1805 and named
Susan. Sponsors were John Hagy and Susan Bower.
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213
Born July 9, 1805
William Albright and wife, Anna Maria, one son baptized July 19, 1805 and named
William. Sponsors were William Clapp and wife, Elizabeth. (the son William A. never
married)

214
Born July 22, 1805
John Clapp and wife, Margret, one son baptized September 8, 1805 and named Daniel
(Hatter). Sponsors were John Hoffman Sr. and wife Catharina (grandparents).

215
Born September 26, 1805
Henry May and wife, Margdalena, one daughter baptized December 1, 1805 and named Maria
Elizabeth. Sponsors were Henry Keck and wife, Elizabeth.

216
Born August 20, 1805
Barney Clapp and wife, Judith, one daughter baptized December 1, 1805 and named Nelly.
Sponsors were Henry Clapp and wife, Maria. (Odena Helena is written after name Nelly).

217
Born June 7, 1805
William Shepherd and wife one son baptized December 1, 1805 and named David. Sponsors
were Henry Keck and Shepherd‘s wife, the child‘s mother.

218
Born November 9, 1805
John Phillipi and wife, Margret, one daughter baptized December 1, 1805 and named
Sarah. Sponsors were John Phillipi and wife Catharine.

219
Born November 18, 1804
Daniel May Jr. and wife Maria Barbara, one daughter baptized March 15, 1806 and named
Maria Barbara. Sponsors were John Clapp and wife Margret.

220
Born October 1805
Valentine Clapp and wife, Sarah, one son baptized January 15, 1806 and named Henry.
Sponsors were John Shatterly and Dorothea Coble. (The child was three months old)

221
Born December 14, 1805
Leonard Phillipi and wife, Margret, one daughter baptized January 15, 1806 and named
Sarah. Sponsors were George Coble and wife Catharine.

222
Born May 12, 1805
Peter Hoffman and wife , Elizabeth, one son baptized January 15, 1806 and named
Solomon. George Glass and wife, Maria were sponsors. (Peter lived near the Daniel
Foust place).

223
Born December 17, 1805
Matthais Weitman and wife, Margret, one son baptized January 26, 1806 and named Henry.
Sponsors were George Coble and wife Catharine.
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225
Born December 11, 1805
Henry Clapp and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized January 26, 1806 and named
Elizabeth. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth.

225
Born October 3, 1805
Daniel Clapp and wife one child baptized March 2, 1806 and named Maria Eva. Sponsors
were Adam Starr Jr. and Maria Keck, the daughter of Henry Keck.

226
Baptized February 2, 1805
John Faust and wife, Barbara, one daughter born January 11, 1806 and named Lydia
Filbina. Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and Filbina Albright.

227
Born February 20, 1806
John Garrett and wife, Barbara, one son baptized March 30, 1806 and named Elias,
Sponsors were John Ingold and wife, Dorothea.

228
Born March 8, 1806
Valentine Clapp and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized March 30, 1806 and named Maria.
Sponsors were Jacob Hiat and wife Maria.

229
Born March 28, 1806
Tobias Clapp and wife, Barbara, April 12, 1806 and named Maria. Sponsors were the
parents.

230
Born February 11, 1806
George Clapp and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized April 12, 1806 and named Delila.
Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife, Judith (the Grandparents).

231
Born April 4, 1806
Tobias May and wife, Catharine, one son baptized May 11, 1806 and named Jonathan.
Sponsors were George May and wife, Catharine.

232
Born February 12, 1806
John Swing and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized May 11, 1806 and named Joel. Sponsors
were Conrad Hagy and wife, Magdalena.

233
Born March 2, 1806
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Anna Maria, one son baptized June 22, 1806 and named Adam.
Sponsors were Adam Starr and wife, Maria.

234
Born May 15, 1806
John Kimrey and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized June 22, 1806 and named Minny.
Sponsors were Jacob Greeson and wife.

235
Born May 13, 1806
Adam Low and wife Magdalena, one daughter baptized July 20, 1806 and named Maria.
Sponsors were David Greeson and wife, Maria.
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Born June 1, 1806
Christian Bower and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized July 20, 1806 and named Solomon.
Sponsors were Ludwig Low and wife Maria.

237
Born November 15, 1805
Jacob Coble and wife, Christina, one daughter baptized August 17, 1806 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were Phillip Coble and wife, Maria.

238
Born January 24, 1806
Phillip Coble and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized August 17, 1806 Maria. Sponsors
were Jacob Coble and wife, Christina.

239
Born June 16, 1806
John Linn Jr. and wife Maria, one daughter baptized August 17, 1806 and named Sarah.
Sponsors were Phillip Keck and Sarah Lineberry.

240
Born August 12, 1806
Peter Bowman and wife, Catharina, one daughter baptized September 14, 1806 and named
Elizabeth. Sponsors were Henry Phillipi and Elizabeth Weitman.

241
Born September 6, 1806
Jacob Clapp and wife, Eva (Cartner) one son baptized October 12, 1806 and named Joshua.
Sponsors were John Clapp and wife, Catharine.

242
Born October 15, 1806
John Ingold and wife, Dorothea, one daughter baptized November 31, 1806 and named
Delila. Sponsors were John Garrett and wife, Barbara.

243
Born November 7, 1806
John Coble and wife, Catharina, one son baptized January 11, 1807 and named Daniel.
Sponsors were John Greeson and wife, Margret.

244
Born December 6, 1806
Ludwig Thronbarger and wife, Eva, one son baptized January 11, 1807 and named John
Paul. Sponsors were Catharine Kimery the child‘s grandmother.

245
Born August 21, 1806
Tobias Sutz and wife Magdalena, one son baptized January 11, 1807 and named Abraham.
Sponsors were George Coble and wife, Catharina.

246
Born September 28, 1806
Peter Ingold and wife Barbara, one daughter baptized February 8, 1807 and named
Filbina. Sponsors were Jacob Moser and Catharina Shoffner.

247
Born January 10, 1807
Jacob Hiat and wife, Maria, one son baptized February 9, 1807 and name William.
Sponsors were Samuel Cartner and Millie Graves.
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Born February 36, 1807 (someone else‘s typo*)
George Clapp Jr. and wife Elizabeth, one daughter baptized March 3, 1807 and named
Filbina. Sponsors were William Clapp and wife, Filbina. (Brick House Geo.)

249
Born January 5, 1807
William Clapp and wife, Elizabeth one son baptized March 7, 1807 and named Emanuel.
Sponosors were John Clapp and wife, Catharina.

250
Born February 5, 1806
____ Amick and wife Elizabeth, one son baptized March 22, 1807 and named Maria Barbara.
Sponsors were the parents.

251
Born November 25, 1806
George Hoffman and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized March 22, 1807 and named Oliver.
Sponsors were the parents.

252
Born March 7, 1807
David Coble and wife one son baptized March 22, 1807 and named David. Sponsors were
Peter Coble and wife.

253
Born October 12, 1807
George Clapp, son of Tobias and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized October 1807 and
named Elizabeth. Sponsors were Henry Keck and wife.

254
Born November 2, 1807
John Clapp, son of George, and wife, Catharina, one son baptized November 25, 1807 and
named John George. Sponosors were John George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth. The child
was baptized by the Rev. J. L. Markhart of the Lutheran Church. Died January 21, 1892.

255
Born February 29, 1806 (or 08)
Jacob Christman had three children baptized May 1, 1808 John Swing and wife, Elizabeth.
Sponsors were Matthais Cartner and wife, Barbara.

256
Born December 13, 1807
Matthais Cartner and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized May, 1, 1808 and named
Elizabeth. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife, Barbara.

257
Born January 12, 1808
 Henry Phillip and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized May 1, 1808 and named Maria
Magdalena. Sponsors were Jacob Phillipi and Margret Weidman. (Single)

258
Born May 23, 1808
George Clapp, son of George, and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized June 6, 1808 by Rev.
J. L. Markhart of the Lutheran Church and named John Jacob. Sponsors were John Jacob
Clapp and wife, Eva. Brisk House Geo. (probably should be Brick House) w. c. h.
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Born August 28, 1808
William Clapp ad wife, Anna Filbina, one son baptized October 1808 and named Abraham,
by Rev. J. L. Markhart of the Lutheran Chruch. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife
Elizabeth.

260
Born 1808
William Clapp, son of Ludwig, and wife Elizabeth, one daughter baptized December 25,
1808 and named Saloma. Sponsors were William Clapp and wife, Anna Filbina.

261
Born February 4, 1808
Col. Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria, one son baptized and named Jeremia. The sponsors
were John Clapp and wife, Catharina.

262
Born May, 17, 1809
Col. Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria, one son baptized and named Geo. Benjamin. The
sponsors were George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth (Gibson Geo. Died Aug. 13, 1866)

263
Born January 21, 1810
William Albright and wife Anna Maria, one son baptized April 2, 1810 and named John.
Sponsors were John Clapp and wife, Catharina.

264
Born December 15, 1810
George Clapp Jr. and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized December 1810 and named Obadia.
Sponsors were Henry Gerhart (Garrett) and wife, Barbara. (Brick House Geo.)

265
Born January 24, 1811
John Clapp and wife, Catharine, one daughter baptized March 10, 1811 and named
Elizabeth by Rev.___ Scherer of the Lutheran Church. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and
wife, Elizabeth.

266
born January 8, 1811
William Clapp, son of Ludwig and wife Elizabeth, one son baptized January 13, 1811 and
never knew his name that he was to have.

267
Born January 7, 1812
William Clapp, son of Ludwig, and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized March 6, 1812
and named Polly. Sponsors were Henry Clapp and wife, Polly ___ Anna Maria.

268
Born April 11, 1811
Col. Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria, one son baptized February 7, 1813 and named John
Holt. The sponsors Henry Clapp and wife, Maria. (Col. Daniel Clapp)

269
Born January 15, 1813
Col. Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria, one son baptized February 7, 1813 and named William
Albright. The sponsors were William Clapp and wife, Elizabeth.
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Born November 19, 1812
John Fogleman and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized February 7, 1813 and named Polly.
Sponsors were parents. (Married Levi May)

271
Born September 14, 1814
Col. Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized December 17, 1814 and named
Sally Reily. The sponsors were the father and mother. "Sally Reily" married Henry
Faust.

272
Born December 29, 1818
John Clapp and wife, Catharina, one daughter baptized March 14, 1819 by Rev. J. G.
Ebaugh and named Maria Barbara. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife Maria Barbara.

273
Born February 10, 1819
Isaac Clapp and wife, Catharina, one daughter baptized and March 14, 1819 by Rev. J. g.
Ebaugh and named Judith. Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife Judith (Catharine Clapp‘s
parents).

274
Born October 10, 1812
William Shepherd and wife, Maira (Maria?*), one daughter Margret baptized October 3,
1813 by Rev. Jas. R. Reily. Sponsors were William Clapp and wife Elizabeth.

275
Born June 16, 1813
John Luey and wife Philipina, one son baptized October 3, 1813 by Rev. Jas. R. Reily,
and named Oliver. Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife Judith.

276
Born July 23, 1813
Valentine DeVault and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized October 3, 1813 by Rev. Jas.
R. Reily, and named Lilly. Sponsors were John Clapp and Catharina. Lilly married
William Hines.

277
Born December 7, 1812
John Clapp, son of Jacob and wife Margaret, one daughter Elizabeth baptized October 3,
1813 by Rev. Jas. R. Reily, and named Elizabeth. Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife
Judith.

278
Born May 1813
Daniel Coble and wife Elizabeth, one daughter baptized August 22, 1813 by John G.
Sherer, Lutheran Minister and named Amalia. Sponsor was the mother.

279
Born May 9, 1813
George Clapp Sr. and wife Elizabeth, a daughter baptized August 22, 1813 by John G.
Sherer, Lutheran Minister, and named Polly. The sponsors were Daniel Clapp and Polly.

280
Born November 9, 1813
Valentine Pheifer and wife Margret a daughter baptized March 5, 1814 by John G. Sherer,
Lutheran Minister, and named Delila. Sponsors were Ludwig Low and wife Maria.
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281
Born January 1, 1814
George Neese and wife, Barbara, a daughter baptized March 5, 1814 by Rev. John G.
Sherer, Lutheran Minister, child named Sophia. Sponsors were David Albright.

282
Born January 14, 1814
John Clapp and wife, Catharine Faust of Geo., a daughter baptized March 5, 1814, by
Rev. John G. Sherer and named Saloma. Sponsors were Jacob Clapp and wife Eva. Saloma
married Hilliary Hoffman and died 12, 2, 1895. (Hillary and Salome - notice the
spelling mine are correct - are my ancestors—Mara Harris*).

283
Born July 12, 1813
Nichalous Amick and wife Saloma, a son Obadia baptized March 5, 1814 by Jas. R. Reily.
Sponsors were Peter Ingold, Sr.

284
Born February 1814
Frederick Sherer and Marietta, a son named Barney, baptized April 8, 1814 by Philip
Henkel, Lutheran.   Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife Judith.

285
Born February 2, 1814
John Clapp of John and Catherine, a son Michael baptized April 8, 1814, by Phillip
Henkel, Lutheran. Sponsors were Henry Clapp and wife Maria.

286
Born September 10, 1814
Henry Clapp and wife, Maria, one son baptized November 13, 1814 and named Henry Boon.
Sponsors were the parents. By Jacob G. Sherer, a Lutheran.

287
Born December 3, 1814
George Albright and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized February 15, 185 by William Hauk
and named Barbara. Sponsors were Jacob Clapp Sr., and wife, Barbara.

288
Born November 3, 1814
Samuel Cartner and wife, Christina, one child baptized February 15, 1815 by William
Hauk and named Kadda. Sponsors were the parents.

289
Born September 12, 1814
John Shepherd and wife, Catherina, one daughter baptized February 15, 1815 by William
Hauk and named Anna Maria. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife, Sarah.

290
Born April 30, 1815
William Montgomery and wife, Saloma, one daughter baptized July 26, 1815 by William
Hauk and named Nancy Elizabeth. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife, Elizabeth.

291
July 7, 1815
John Clapp and wife, Marietta, one son baptized July 29, 1815 by William Hauk and named
John George. Sponsors were John George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth.
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292
Born June 8, 1815
Jacob Cartner and wife, Milly, one daughter, baptized July 29, 1815 by William Hauk and
named Magdalena. Sponsor was Eva Smith.

293
Born September 7, 1815
Frederick Sherer and wife, Marietta, one son baptized October 8, 1815 by William Weynel
and named Daniel. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife, Barbara.

294
Born August 7, 1815
Jacob Luey and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized October 8, 1815 by William Weynel and
named Benjamin. Sponsors were John Luey and wife, Philepina.

295
Born January 21, 1816
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Maria, one son baptized July 20, 1816 by William Hauk and
named Daniel. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife, Elizabeth.

296
Born April 17, 1816
Daniel Coble and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized July 20, 1816 by William Hauk
and named Magdalena. Sponsors were George Glass and wife, Maria.

297
Born September 4, 1815
John Phillippi Jr. and wife Elizabeth, one daughter baptized November 14, 1815, by
William Hauk and named Nancy. Sponsors were John Phillippi Sr. and wife, Eva.

298
Born September 25, 1815
Jacob Clapp, son of Valentine, and wife, Barbara, one son baptized November 14, 1815 by
William Hauk and named Joshua. Sponsors were Conrad Hagy and wife, Madalena.

299
Born September 28, 1815
Isaac Clapp, son of Tobias, and Catharine Clapp of Barney, one son baptized November
14, 1815 by William Hauk and named Augustus. Sponsors were the parents.

300
Born July 11, 1816
John Clapp, son of Brick house George, and Catharine, wife of John, one son baptized
and named Daniel. Sponsors were Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria.

301
Born August 14, 1816
Daniel Clapp, son of George , and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized by William Hauk
and named Elizabeth Albright. Sponsors were Daniel Albright and wife Elizabeth.

302
Born December 7, 1816
John Clapp, son of George and wife, Catharine (Faust) one son baptized January 11, 1817
by William Hauk and named Daniel F. Sponsors were Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria.
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303
Born March 8, 1817
Isaac Clapp, son of Tobias and Catharina Clapp of Barney, one daughter baptized April
5, 1817 by William Hauk and named Philipina. Sponsors were the parents.

304
Born January 26, 1817
Ludwig Boon and wife, Sarah, one son baptized April 5, 1817 by William Hauk and named
Joshua Riley. Sponsors were the parents.

305
Born September 25, 1816
Anna May one daughter baptized April 5, 1817 and named Rachel. Baptized by William
Hauk. Sponsors were the Mother who was from Norfolk, Va., where Rachel was born.
Rachael‘s father was a Kennet. She married Daniel Clapp (Cooper).

306
Born December 26, 1816
John Mason and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized April 6, 1817 by William Hauk
and named Abraham John. Sponsors were George Keck.

307
Born August 10, 1817
Adam Ingle and wife, Maria, one daughter baptized April 6, 1817 by William
Hauk and named Elizabeth. Sponsors were the parents.

308
Born October 12, 1814
Adam Ingle and wife, Maria one daughter baptized April 6, 1817 by William Hauk and
named Delila. Sponsors were the parents.

309
Born August 19, 1817
Jacob Cartner and wife, Milly one child baptized September 28, 1817 by William Hauk and
named Joel. Sponsors were Martain Neese and Elizabeth.

310
Born August 25, 1817
Jacob May and wife, Hannah (DeVault of Valentine) one child baptized March 22, 1818 by
William Hauk and named Gr. Catharina. Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife, Judith.
The daughter married Hiram Weitzel and went west.

311
Born April 6, 1817
Henry Clapp and wife, Maria one son baptized May 24, 1817 by Jacob Sherer (Lutheran)
and named William Dickey. Sponsors were Henry Swing and Philipina.

312
Born November 24, 1817
John Clapp and wife, one son baptized May 1818 by William Hauk and named David.
Sponsors were the parents.

313
Born January 6, 1818
Joseph Amick and wife, Catharina, one son baptized May 1818 by William Hauk and named
Eli. Sponsors were the parents.

314
Born April 2, 1818
George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized May 1818 by William Hauk and named
Nathaniel. Sponsors were Henry Swing and wife Philipina.
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315
Born September 25, 1818
Daniel Clapp and wife, Maria Clapp, one child baptized by Jacob Sherer and named Elisa.
Sponsors were the parents.

316
Born ___ 26, 1818
John Low and wife, Philipina, one child baptized October 18, 1818 by William Hauk and
named Saloma. Sponsors were John Clapp and Catharina.

317
Born September 20, 1818
John Cartner and wife, Barbara, one son baptized October 18, 1818 by William Hauk and
named George. Sponsors were the parents.

318
Born August 25, 1818
John Phillipi and wife, Elizabeth, one child baptized, October 18, 1818 by William Hauk
and named Ambrose Gutman. Sponsors were John Swing and Elizabeth. The son went West.

319
Born ___ 4, 1817
John Shepherd and wife, Elizabeth, one child baptized August 23, 1817 and named
William Moser. Sponsors were Elizabeth Shepherd.

320
Born March 12, 1819
Daniel May and wife, one daughter baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh and named
Anna Sophia. Sponsors were the parents.

321
Born September 18, 1818
Daniel Coble and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized April 10, 1819 and named Nelly
by John S. Ebaugh. Sponsors were Henry Keck and wife.

322
Born February 15, 1819
Jacob Clapp, son of J. and wife one daughter baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh
and named Barbara. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife.

323
Born February 18, 1819
George Greeson and wife, one child baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh and named
Eliza(e? instead of a?*) Moelke. Sponsors were George Albright and wife.

324
Born September 5, 1819
John Clapp, son of Geo. of Val. And wife, Catharine Faust, one son baptized December 5,
1819 by Jacob Greeson (Lutheran) and named John Jephuna. Sponsors were George Clapp and
wife. The child died July 23, 1882.

325
Born March 29, 1819
Adam Ingle and wife, one son baptized January 16, 1820 by George Leidy and named Joshua
C. Sponsors were J. Henry Clapp and wife.
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326
Born November 12, 1818
John Mehson (Mason) and wife, one daughter baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh
and named Emily. Sponsors were Daniel Keck and mother.

327
Born ____
Leven Wood and wife, one daughter baptized Arpil 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh and named
Mary.

328
Born March 3, 1819
Solomon Albright and wife, one son baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh and named
William. Sponsors were George Fogleman.

329
Born December 9, 1818
John Shepherd and wife one son baptized April 10, 1819 by John S. Ebaugh and named
Henry. Sponsors were J. Henry Clapp and wife.

330
Born November 27, 1819
John Clapp, son of J. and wife one daughter baptized March 12, 1820 by George Leidy and
named Sarah. Sponsors were the parents.

331
Born January 17, 1820
Daniel Shoffner and wife, Maria, one son baptized April 22, 1821 by Jacob Sherer and
named Catharina. Sponsors were George Clapp, son of Geo. And Catharina.

332
Born February 2, 1821
Daniel Clapp (Col. and wife, Maria, one son baptized April 22, 1821 by Jacob Sherer and
named Daniel Monroe. Sponsors were Father and Mother.

333
Born December 22, 1820
John Henry Clapp and wife one son baptized April 22, 1821 by Jacob Sherer and named
Elias. Sponsors were Daniel Clapp and wife.

334
Born February 20, 1820
Isaac Clapp, son of Tobias, and wife, Catharina, of Barney Clapp, one daughter baptized
April 2, 1820 by George Leidy and named Anna. Sponsors were the parents.


335
Born November 19, 1819
Jacob May and wife, Hannah, one son baptized April 2, 1820 by George Leidy and named
Jeremiah. Sponsors were the parents the child died young.

336
Born February 28, 1820
John Lewey and wife one son baptized April 2, 1820 by George Leidy and named David.
Sponsors were George Clapp and wife.

337
Born February 6, 1819
Joseph May and wife one son baptized April 2, 1820 by George Leidy and named Ludwig.
Sponsors were the parents.
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339
Born January 12, 1821
George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized august 11, 1821 by Jacob Sherer
and named Barbara Harriet. Sponsors were J. Henry Clapp and wife.

340
Born April 14, 1821
George A. Greeson and wife, Barbara, one son baptized November 11, 1821 by John Rudy
and named George Adam. Sponsor was Elizabeth Albright.

341
Born April 26, 1821
John Clapp and wife, Catharina, one son baptized November 18, 1821 by John Rudy and
named Solomon. Sponsors were John Low and wife.

342
Born August 1821
John Lewey and wife, one daughter baptized December 16, 1821 by John Rudy and named
Nelly. Sponsors were Christian Clapp and wife.

343
Born ____ember 7, 1820
Tobias May and wife, one child baptized January 13, 1822 by John Rudy and named
Saffriel. Sponsors were the parents.

344
Born May 8, 1821
Jacob May and wife, one son baptized March 31, 1833 by John Rudy and named Ezekiel.
Sponsors were the parents. The child died June 12, 1893

345
Born ____ember 22, 1821
Joseph Clapp and wife, one daughter baptized February 5, 1822 by John Rudy and named
Sallie. Sponsor was Maria Clapp.

346
Born January 19, 1822
Isaac Clapp one son baptized April 28, 1822 by John Rudy and named Elizabeth. Sponsors
were the parents.

347
Born January 19, 1822
Isaac Clapp one son baptized April 28, 1822 by John Rudy and named Alfred. Sponsors
were the parents.

348
Born December 11, 1821
Ludwig May and wife one daughter baptized April 28, 1822 by John Rudy and named Louise
Martin. Sponsors were Henry Friddle and wife, Barbara.

349
Born __-22, 1822
John Clapp one son baptized May 16, 1822 by John Rudy and named Ludwig. Sponsors were
Adam Ingle and wife.

350
Born September 2, 1821
Adam Ingle and wife, one daughter baptized May 16, 1822 by John Rudy and named Rebecca.
Sponsors were John Clapp and wife.

351
Born October 17, 1821
George Friddle and wife, one daughter baptized June 1, 1822 by John Rudy and named
Emily. Sponsors were the parents.
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352
Born August 1823
David Clapp and wife, one daughter baptized October 5, 1823 by John Rudy and named
Barbara. Sponsors were George Clapp and wife.

353
Born April 17, 1821
Polly Pheifer one son baptized October 5, 1823 by John Rudy and named John Calvin
Gibson. Sponsor was the mother.

354
Born January 9, 1823
Jacob May and wife, one daughter baptized August 31, 1823 by John Rudy and named Maria.
Sponsor was Polly May. Maria married a Weitzel went West.

355
Born August 20, 1823
John Clapp and wife, one daughter baptized November 8, 1823 by John Rudy and named
Hiram. Sponsors were John Coble and wife.

356
Born September 20, 1823
John Elloit and wife one son baptized November 8, 1823 by John Rudy and named Hiram.
Sponsors were John Coble and wife.

357
Born December 30, 1823
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized January 4, 1824 by John Rudy and named Siemeon
Rudy. Sponsors were the parents.

358
Born December 23, 1823
David Swing and wife one daughter baptized February 8, 1824 by John Rudy and named
Elizabeth Rudy. Sponsors were J. H. Clapp and wife.

359
Born December 11, 1823
Christian Clapp and wife one son baptized February 8, 1824 by John Rudy and named
Barnard. Sponsors were Barney Clapp and wife.

360
Born January 30, 1824
Adam Ingle and wife, one daughter baptized May 9, 1824 by John Rudy and named Tempy
Cornelia. Sponsors were John Low and wife.

361
Born September 28, 1824
Daniel Clapp and wife, one son baptized December 4, 1824 by John Rudy and named Oliver.
Sponsors were the parents.

362
Born July 17, 1824
Jacob May and wife a daughter baptized December 4, 1824 by John Rudy and named Polly
Louise. Sponsors were the parents. The child married Andy Hoffman.

363
Born July 24, 1824
Elisa May and wife a child baptized December 4, 1824 by John Rudy and named Madison.
Sponsors were the parents.

364
Born February 20, 1824
Isaac Clapp and wife, a daughter baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named
Catharina. Sponsors were the parents.
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365
Born December 13, 1824
George Friddle and wife, a son baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named Laban.
Sponsors were George May and wife.

366
Born May 23, 1822
John Rudy and wife, Maria a daughter Barbara baptized July 7, 1822 by John Rudy and
named Barbara. Sponsors were the parents.

367
Born March 28, 1820
Moser Job and wife, one son baptized December 29, 1822 by John Rudy and named Joseph
Graham. Sponsors were the parents.

368
Born September 13, 1821
Moser Job and wife a son baptized December 29, 1822 by John Rudy and named Aren
Washington. Sponsors were the parents.

369
Born November 5, 1822
John Lowey and wife, a son baptized December 29, 1822 by John Rudy and named Isaac.
Sponsors were the parents.

370
Born October 22, 1822
Jacob Sutz and wife, Maria a son born October 22, 1822, baptized November 23, 1822 by
John Rudy and named Henry. Sponsor was Maria Amick.

371
Born December 12, 1822
Daniel May and wife a son baptized March 9, 1823 by John Rudy and named John. Sponsors
were Eli May and wife.

372
Born December 7, 1822
Eli May and wife a son baptized March 9, 1823 by John Rudy and named Jonathon. Sponsors
were Daniel May and wife.

373
Born January 9, 1823
Lewis Boon and wife a daughter baptized March 9, 1823 by John Rudy and named Mary Me
Tildy. Sponsors were the parents.

374
Born December 2, 1822
Feorge (George???) Lineberry and wife, Magdalena, a child baptized March 9, 1823 by
John Rudy and named Albertine. Sponsors were Jacob Sutz and wife, Maria.

375
Born December 27, 1820
Daniel Coble and wife, Elizabeth a daughter baptized April 12, 1823 by John Rudy and
named Caroline. Sponsors were Frederick Sutz and wife.

376
Born ___ember 22, 1820
Daniel Coble and wife, Elizabeth, a child baptized April 12, 1823 by John Rudy and
named Reily. Sponsors were George Glass and wife.

377
Born ___ 22, 1820
James Megeaehey and wife, a son baptized October 1822 by John Rudy and named William
Lindley. Sponsors were the parents.
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378
Born ___ 1, 1822
James Megeaehey and wife, a son baptized October 1822 by John Rudy and named Joseph
White. Sponsors were the parents.

379
Born 1823
Daniel Clapp (Col.) and wife, Maria a daughter baptized by John Rudy and named Martha
(Patsy) Rudy. Sponsors were the parents.

380
Born March 24, 1824
Joseph Clapp and wife a son baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named Andrew.
Sponsors were George Clapp and Barbara.

381
Born January 5, 1824
Ludwig May and wife, a daughter baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named Polly
Maria. Sponsors were Polly Friddle.

382
Born April 21, 1824
George Clapp and wife a son baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named Jacob Rudy.
Sponsors were the parents.

383
Born March 3, 1824
Tobias May and wife a daughter baptized June 5, 1824 by John Rudy and named Maria
Sophia. Sponsors were the parents.

384
Born December 6, 1824
John Henry Clapp and wife a daughter baptized March 20, 1825 by John Rudy and named
Polly Maria. Sponsors were David Swing and wife.

385
Born January 30, 1824
John Lewey and wife a son baptized August 1, 1824 by John Rudy and named John. Sponsors
were the parents.

386
Born July 9, 1823
Elias Albright and wife one son baptized by John Rudy and named William Presley.
Sponsors were the parents.

387
Born December 1824
James Hill and wife one daughter baptized May 15, 1825 by John Rudy and named Menerva
Miller. Sponsors were John Fogleman and wife.

388
Born ___ 2, 1825
Daniel May and wife one son patized May 15, 1825 by John Rudy and named Willam
(William?*) Rudy. Sponsors were the parents.

389
Born ___ 3, 1825
David Sutz and wife, one son baptized April 23, 1825 by John Rudy and named John Rudy.
Sponsors were john Phillipi and wife.

390
Born 1824
Bolzer Eisley one daughter baptized April 23, 1825 by John Rudy and named Elizabeth.
Sponsors were the parents.
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391
Born ___9, 1826
Daniel Clapp and wife one daughter baptized September 3, 1826 by William Paisly
(Presbyterian) and named Tempy Cornelia. Sponsors were the parents.

392
Born _____ 5, 1825
Lewis Boon and wife one son baptized August 21, 1825 by William Paisley (Presbyterian)
and named Henry Clapp. Sponsors were the parents.

393
Born ___ 15, 182_
Christian Clapp and wife one daughter baptized February 5, 1826 by William Paisly
(Presbyterian) and named Matilde. Sponsors were the parents.

394
Born 1825
John Clapp, son of John, and wife, one son baptized February 26, 1826 by William Hauk
and named Maritin. Sponsors were the parents.

395
Born May 2, 1825
Jacob May and wife one son baptized February 26, 1826 and named Washington. Sponsors
were the parents.

396
Born August, 15, 1810
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named Henry.    Sponsors were the parents.

397
Born January 24, 1812
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named Joshua.    Sponsors were the parents.
December 25, 1839 (must be date of death).

398
Born August 23, 1813
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named William.   Sponsors were the parents.

399
Born September 12, 1814
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named Levi.    Sponsors were the wife.

400
Born November 12, 1816
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named Jacob.    Sponsors were the parent.
Jacob died July 5, 1860. Lies at Friedens.

401
Born December 8, 1818
Daniel Faust and wife one daughter baptized and named Sally.   Sponsors were the
parents.

402
Born March 30, 1821
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized and named George.    Sponsors were the parents.

403
Born November 23, 1825
Daniel Faust and wife one daughter baptized and named Mary Mariah. Sponsors were the
parents. Died March 7, 1916.
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404
Born January 9, 1826
Isaac Clapp, son of Tobias and wife, Catharine Clapp, of Barney one son baptized May
26, 1826 by William Paisly and named Hezakiah. Sponsors were the parents.

405
Born October 28, 1825
Adam Ingle and wife one child baptized March 5, 1826 by William Paisly and named
Hezakiah. Sponsors were the parents.

406
Born April 26, 1826
David Clapp and wife one son baptized May 4, 1826 by William Paisly and named George
Archable (Archabald). Sponsors were the parents.

407
Born August
John Lewey and wife one son baptized October 1, 1826 an named Alfred. Sponsors were the
parents.

408
Born February 24, 1827
Elias May and wife one son baptized May 5, 1827 by William Paisly and named Michael.
Sponsors were the parents.

409
Born February 24, 1827
Christian Kine and wife, Sally one daughter baptized April 1, 1827 by William Paisley
and named Sally Mariah. Sponsor was the mother.

410
Born April 26, 1827
David Clapp and wife one child baptized July 1, 1827 by William Paisley and named Upha
Charline. Sponsors were the parents.

411
Born April 4, 1827
Christian Clapp and wife one child baptized July 1, 1827 by William Paisly and named
Nurvy. Sponsors were the parents.

412
Born May 17, 1827
David Swing and wife one child baptized July 1, 1827 by William Paisly and named
Barbara Manurvy. Sponsors were the parents.

413
Born April 30, 1827
George Clapp (son of J.) and wife one child baptized July 1, 1827 by William Paisly and
named Catharine. Sponsors were the parents.

414
Born July 20, 1827
Hartwell Hoffman and wife one child baptized November 10, 1827 by William Paisly and
named Dilly. Sponsors were the parents.

415
Born October 25, 1827
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized January 6, 1828 by William Paisly and named
Daniel Paisly. Sponsors were the parents.

416
Born March 29, 1827
Isaac Albright and wife [Rich?]one daughter baptized January 6, 1828 by William Paisly
and named Martha Garrett. Sponsors were the parents.
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417
Born November 18, 1827
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Sally, one son baptized January 6, 1828 by William Paisly and
named Jacob. Sponsors were the parents.

418
Born August 15, 1827
Henry Friddle and wife, Polly (Staly) one son baptized January 6, 1828 by
William Paisly and named Lewis. Sponsors were the parents.

419
Born November 10, 1827
Abraham Clapp and wife, Elizabeth one son baptized January 6, 1828 by William Paisly
and named William M. Sponsors were the parents.

420
Born November 6, 1827
Jacob Friddle and wife one daughter   baptized April 5, 1828 by William Paisly and named
Annie. Sponsors were the parents.

421
Born November 6, 1827
Jacob May and wife one son baptized April 5, 1828 by William Paisly and named
Henderson. Sponsors were the parents.

422
Born November 20, 1825
Elias Albright and wife one son baptized June 1, 1828 by William Paisly and named John
Patterson. Sponsors were the parents. The child died Jan. 26, 1890.

423
Born April 15, 1828
William Carrigan and wife, Nancy one son baptized August 3, 1828 by William Paisly and
named Alfred Holt. Sponsors were the parents.

424
Born May 10, 1827
George Clapp and wife, Barbara one daughter baptized August 3, 1828 by William Paisly
and named Peggy Ann. Sponsors were the parents.

425
Born June 26, 1828
John Lewey and wife, Peny, one son baptized October 4, 1828 by William Paisly and
named Reuben. Sponsors were the parents.

426
Born April 26, 1828
Isaac Clapp, son of Tobias, and wife, Catharine Clapp of Barney, one son baptized June
6, 1829 by J. H. Crawford and named Isaac. Sponsors were the parents.

427
Born December 5, 1828
Nelson Kellam and wife one son baptized June 6, 1829 by J. H. Crawford and named Martin
Rudy. Sponsors were the parents.

428
Born October 26, 1828
David Ingle and wife one son baptized June 6, 1829 by J. H. Crawford and named John
Calvin. Sponsors were the parents.

429
Born June 27, 1829
Hartwell Hoffman and wife, one daughter baptized October 31, 1829 by J. H. Crawford and
named Lillie. Sponsors were the parents. Lillie married Rev. Frederick Riley Scherrer.
28 -on tomb stone in Waterville, Kansas he was born Feb. 22,1822 and died Sept.1, 1889.
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430
Born March 1829
William Shepherd and wife one son baptized by John H. Crawford and named George.
Sponsors were the parents.

431
Born May 28, 1829
Abraham Clapp and wife one child baptized October 1, 1829 by John H. Crawford and named
Tubal Albright. Sponsors were the parents.

432
Born October 7, 1829
John Shepherd and wife one daughter baptized March 7, 1820 by J. H. Crawford and named
Elizabeth Pyrmelia. Sponsors were the parents.

433
Born December 1, 1829
Jacob Shepherd and wife one daughter baptized March 7, 1830 by John H. Crawford and
named Hannah. Sponsors were the parents.

434
Born November 7, 1829
George Clapp "J" and wife, Elizabeth (Robeson) one son baptized March 7, 1830 by J. H.
Crawford and named Alphonso Giles. Sponsors were the parents. Alphonso Giles died July
26, 1906.

435
Born September 1, 1829
Henry Staley and wife one daughter baptized March 7, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
Catharine. Sponsors were the parents.

436
Born ___ 8, 1829
David Swing and wife one daughter baptized March 7, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
Dillian Patsy. Sponsors were the parents.

437
Born November 13, 1829
J. Henry Clapp and wife, Sarah one son baptized December 6, 1829 by J. H. Crawford and
named Caleb Reily. Sponsors were the parents.

438
Born April 2, 1830
Daniel Faust and wife one son baptized May 16, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named John
Fritchey. Sponsors were the parents. John Fritchey died March 7, 1916.

439
Born March 1830
Tobias May and wife, one son baptized June 20, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
Solomon. Sponsors were the parents.

440
Born March 6, 1830
Daniel May and wife one son baptized June 20, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named Calvin
Reily. Sponsors were the parents.

441
Born April 1830
David Ingle and wife one son baptized July 18, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named David
S. Sponsors were the parents.

442
Born August 20, 1830
Jacob May and wife one daughter baptized November 20, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
Emily Elizabeth. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 41
443
July 26, 1830
Daniel May and wife one daughter baptized November 18, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
Mary Ann. Sponsors were the parents.

444
Born December 17, 1829
George Clapp and wife one son baptized April 3, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named
William. Sponsors were the parents.

445
Born October 16, 1830
Christian Clapp and wife one daughter baptized April 3, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and
named Tempy Maria. Sponsors were the parents.

446
Born January 28, 1830
John Clapp and wife one son baptized April 3, 1830 by J. H. Crawford and named John
Artz. Sponsors were Christian Clapp and wife.

447
Born November _8, 1830 (? This date doesn‘t seem right -- look at the date baptized*)
Daniel Clapp (Col.) and wife, Maria, one son baptized April 3, 1830 by J. H. Crawford
and Lewis Crawford. Sponsors were the parents.

448
Born April 9, 1830
Isaac Clapp and wife one daughter baptized June 19, 1831 by J. H. Crawford and named
Barbara. Sponsors were the parents.

449
Born January 14, 1831
Henry Friddle and wife one daughter baptized June 19, 1831 by J. H. Crawford and named
Emily Caroline. Sponsors were the parents.

450
Born September 20, 1831
J. George Clapp and wife one child baptized June 19, 1831 by J. H. Crawford and named
Elvirah Ladosca. Sponsors were the parents.

451
Born October 15, 1831
Jacob Clapp and Catharine one daughter baptized November 20, 1831 by J. H. Crawford and
named Reily. Sponsors were the parents.

452
Born October 7, 1831
John Neese and wife, Sally one son baptized september 18, 1831 by J. H. Crawford and
named Reily. Sponsors were the parents.

453
Born August 22, 1831
J. Henry Clapp and wife, Sally one son baptized September 18, 1831 by J. H. Crawford
and named Levi D. Sponsors were the parents.

454
Born June 21, 1831
Hartwell Hoffman and wife Elizabeth, one daughter baptized January 20, 1833 by J. H.
Crawford and named Nelly. Sponsors were the parents. Nelly died August 10, 1910.

455
Born October 2, 1832
Henry Friddle and wife, Polly (1st wife) one son baptized January 20, 1833, by J. H.
Crawford and named William Guilford. Sponsors were the parents. William Guilford died
August 29, 1864 a prisoner of Elmira, N. Y.
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456
Born August 16, 1830
Nelson Kellam and wife one daughter baptized March 17, 1833 by J. H. Crawford
and named Deliza Crawford. Sponsors were the parents.

457
Born September 24, 1832
Nelson Kellam and wife one daughter baptized March 17, 1833 by J. H. Crawford and named
Tempy Caroline. Sponsors were the parents.

458
Born February 7, 1833
Henry Swing and wife one daughter baptized March 17, 1833 by J. H. Crawford and named
Sally. Sponsors were the parents.

459
Born September 1832
Isaac Clapp and wife one son baptized J. Artz and named George Eli. Sponsor was the
mother.

460
Born September 22, 1828
Jacob May and wife one son baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Alexander. Sponsors
were Henry May and wife.

461
Born February 4, 1831
Elias Albright and wife one daughter baptized and named Catharine.

462
Born June 24, 1836
Jacob Greeson and wife one son baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Alfred Monroe.
Sponsors were the parents.

463
Born July 27, 1827
Barbara Swing one son baptized and named William Denny.

464
Born January 16, 1835
Henry Swing and wife one son baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Oliver. Sponsors were
the parents.

465
Born June 14, 1836
Jacob Clapp, of Brick House and wife, Catherine Reinhart, one son baptized by J. H.
Crawford and named George Martin Reinhart. Sponsors were the parents. The son married
Albertine Clapp of J. Geo.

466
Born November 6, 1836
James S. Watson and wife one son baptized February 19, 1837 by J. H. Crawford and named
John H. Crawford. Sponsors were the parents. The child was killed September 3, 1871.

467
Born February 22, 1835
J. George Clapp and wife one child baptized May 31, 1835 by J. H. Crawford and named
Claodor Terihsa. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 42
468
Born April 19, 1837
J. George Clapp and wife one son baptized June 18, 1837 by J. H. Crawford and named
Flavius Zroinglius. Sponsors were the parents.

469
Born March 25, 1837
Daniel Clapp, of J. of W. and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized June 18,1837 and
named Mary Elizabeth by J. H. Crawford. Sponsors were the parents.

470
Born March 25, 1837
Ambrose Ingold and wife one son baptized June 18, 1837 by J. H. Crawford and named
Jeremiah Monroe. Sponsors were the parents.

471
Born October 4, 1834
Tobias May of Henry, and wife one son baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Alexander.
Sponsors were the parents.

472
Tobias May, of Henry, and wife one daughter baptized August 20, 1837 by J. H. Crawford
and named tempy Ann. Sponsors were the parents. Tempy Ann married a Mr. Staley.

473
Born May 5, 1837
William A. Carrigan and wife one son baptized August 20, 1837 by J. H. Crawford and
named John Morehead. Sponsors were the parents.

474
Born January 8, 1836
Daniel Faust and wife, Catharine, 2nd wife, one daughter baptized June 19, 18__ by J.
H. Crawford and named Barbara Ann. Sponsors were the parents.

475
Born April 21, 1836
Joshua Clapp, of Jacob, and wife, one son baptized June 19, 18__ by J. H. Crawford and
named Simeon Reily. Sponsors were the parents.

476
Born March 31, 1836
Solomon Greeson and wife, one daughter baptized June 19, 18__ by J. H. Crawford and
named Barbara Catharine. Sponsors were the parents.

477
Born December 12, 1831
Abraham Clapp and wife one daughter baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Polly
Isabella. Sponsors were the parents.

478
Born March 9, 1836
Abraham Clapp and wife one son baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Perry _ben.
Sponsors were the parents.

479
Born April 16, 1838
John Albright and wife one daughter baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Mary Ann.
Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 43
480
Born February 10, 1834
Abraham Clapp and wife one daughter baptized by J. H. Crawford and named Ann Jarr_tte
Crawford. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Ann J.C. Clapp & Joshua Shepherd –17 Mar 1850

481
Born September 30, 1838
Abraham Clapp and wife one daughter baptized June 16, 1838 by J. H. Crawford and named
Martha Hariette (Shaw). Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Martha H. Clapp & James Madison Shaw
- 23 Dec 1858

482
Born March 6, 1838
Solomon Greeson and wife one son baptized August 19, 1838 by J. H. Crawford and named
Gideon Lindsey. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Gideon L. Greeson & Elizabeth Jane Foust- 30
July 1859

483
Born November 15, 1838
John Shoe and wife, Leah, one daughter baptized August 25, 1838 by J. H. Crawford and
named Eliza Jane. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. John Shoe & Lear Ingold – 13 Mar. 1838

484
Born October 15, 1841
Daniel F. Clapp and wife, Sarah, one child baptized April 3, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Francis Crooks. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Daniel F. Clapp & Sally Foust 3 Dec 1838.

485
Born October 15, 1841
Daniel Clapp and wife, Barbara, one daughter baptized April 3, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Eliza Ann Margret. Sponsors were the parents.

486
James S. Watson and wife, Philepina, one daughter baptized April 3, 1842 by G. Wm.
Welker and named Ellen Jane. Sponsor was the mother. M.B. James S. Watson & Penah Clapp 12 Feb
1834

487
James S. Watson and wife, Philepina Clapp, one daughter baptized April 3, 1842 by G.
Wm. Welker and named Martha Elizabeth. Sponsor was the mother. The child married Henry
Low, of John. M.B. Henry J. Low & Martha E. Watson 7 Jan 1858

488
Born January 5, 1842
R_ and ___ Cartner one daughter baptized April 9, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker and named Peggy
Jenette. Sponsor was the mother.

489
March 5, 1842
Joshua Clapp, of Jacob and wife, Delilah Hoffman, one daughter baptized June 5, 1842 by
G. W. Welker and named Mary Pymelia Catherine. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Joshua Clapp
& Delilah Huffman 24 Jan 1831

490
Henry Swing and wife, Barbara, one son baptized June 5, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Stanford Harrison. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Henry Swing, Jr. & Barbary Swing 17 Mar 1832

491
Peter Shoe and wife, Rebecca, one daughter baptized June 5, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Eliza Jane. Sponsor was the mother.M.B. Peter Shoe & Rebecca Ingold 5 Mar 1841

492
Oliver Friddle and wife, Sarah, one daughter, baptized June 5, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Polly Jane. Sponsor was the mother. M.B. Oliver Friddle & Sarah May 30 Mar 1841
Pg. 44
493
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Sarah, one daughter baptized June 19, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Mary Ann. Sponsors were the parents.

494
Adam Shepherd and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized June 19, 1842 and named
Delilah. Sponsor was the mother.

495
Adam Shepherd and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized June 19, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Eralina. Sponsor was the mother.

496
Henry Faust and wife, Sarah R. one daughter baptized August 7, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Martha Cornelia. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Henry Fous & Sally R. Clapp 27 Nov
1832

497
John Shoe and wife, Leah, one daughter baptized August 7, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Catharine. Sponsor was the mother.

498
William Reitzel and wife, Polly, one daughter baptized August 11, 1842 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Sarah Datura. Sponsors were the mother.

499
Born November 13, 1842
J. George Clapp, of John, and wife, one daughter baptized February 17, 1843 by G. Wm.
Welker and named Louisa Augusta. Sponsors were the parents.

500
Abraham Clapp and wife, Elizabeth, one son baptized April 2, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker and
named George Newton. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Abraham Clapp & Elizabeth Clapp 24 May
1827

501
Solomon Greeson and wife, A. L. A., one daughter baptized April 2, 1843 by G. Wm.
Welker and named Eliza Adline. Sponsors were the parents.

502
George Faust and wife, Malinda Flack (someone inserted the "F" in my copy*) one child
baptized June 18, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker and named G____. Sponsors were the parents.
M. B. George Foust & Malinda Flack 4 Mar 1840

503
Charles Fooshee one daughter baptized June 18, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker and named Sarah.
Sponsor was the father.

504
Jacob Clapp, of Hatter John and wife one daughter baptized July 2,1843 by G.Wm.Welker
and named Martah Ann. Sponsors were the parents.

505
Joel Swing and wife, Elizabeth, one daughter baptized July 20, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Elizabeth Henette. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 45
506
Born 1843
David Ingle and wife, Polly Tickle, one son baptized August 6, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Albert. Sponsors were the parents. The child died Feb. 4, 1929 and lies at
Springwood.

507
Born June ____
John Albright, of Wm. and wife one son baptized August 20, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker and
named William. Sponsors were the parents.

508
Child baptized October 1, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker and named Henry Haddock
(Adult). On Profession.

509
Born August 8, 1843
Daniel Faust and wife one daughter baptized October 15, 1843 by G. Wm. Welker
Martha Louisa Catherine.   Sponsors were the parents.

510
Born August 1, 1843
Daniel F. Clapp and wife, Sally one son baptized November 5, 1843 by G.Wm. Welker and
named Michael Washington. Sponsors were the parents. M.B. Daniel & Sally Foust 3 Dec 1838

511
Born 1844
John Clapp, of Hatter, and wife, one son baptized March 11, 1844 by G.W. Welker and
named Jeremiah. Sponsors were the parents.

512
Jacob Clapp, of Geo., and wife, one son baptized April 7, 1844 by G. Wm.Welker and
named Pinkney Welker. Sponsors were the parents.

513
Joshua Clapp, of Yost, and wife one son baptized April 7, 1844 by G. Wm.Welker and
named Levi Monroe. Sponsors were the parents.

514
Peter Shoe and wife one son baptized April 7, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named Jeremiah.
Sponsor was the mother.

515
Oliver Friddle and wife one son baptized April 7, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
William . Sponsor was the mother William Died Aug. 29,1864 a prisoner at Elmira, N. Y.

516
John Shoe and wife one child baptized April 28, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and name Joel.
Sponsor was the mother.

517
Thaddous Alexander Price, Adult, was baptized April 28, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker.

518
Born December 1843
Daniel Clapp and wife one son baptized May, 5, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
George. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 46
519
John Jep. Clapp and wife one daughter baptized June 16, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Louisa Jane. Sponsors were the parents. She married F. Zwing Clapp.

520
James S. Watson and wife one daughter baptized June 16, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Harried Cornelia. Sponsor was the mother.

521
Gideon DeVault and wife one child baptized July 21, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Frances Ann Minerva. Sponsors were the parents.

522
Gideon DeVault and wife one son baptized July 21, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named John
Valentine Montgomery. Sponsors were the parents.

523
___ Hines and wife one son(daughter?*) baptized July 21, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Permelia Catharine. Sponsor was the mother.

524
___Hines and wife one son baptized July 21, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named William.
Sponsor was the mother.

525
J.__ Clapp, of Jacob, and wife one son baptized August 4, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Lewis William. Sponsor was the father.

526
Charles Fooshee and wife one son baptized August 4, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Rufus Baxter. Sponsor was the father.

527
John Bain was baptized August 4, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker on profession of faith.

528
Born May 23, 1844
Joshua Clapp, of Jacob, and wife, Delilah one son baptized Sept. 1, 1844 by G.Wm.
Welker and named Daniel Welker. Sponsors were the parents. Daniel died May 5, 1863.

529
Ezekiel May one son baptized Sept. 20, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named Peter Jacob.
Sponsor was the father.

530
Born April 19, 1844
G. Wm. Welker and wife, Abigail one son baptized October 6, 1844 by Dr. A. Wilson and
named William Allen. Sponsors were parents. The child lies at Mt. Hope. Died July
29, 1928 at age of 84 years 3 months 10 days.

531
W. A. Clapp and wife one son baptized October 20, 1844 by G. Wm. Welker and named
William Monroe. Sponsor was the father.
Pg. 47
532
David Ingle and wife one daughter baptized April 6, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Cornelia. Sponsors were the parents.

533
Born August 20 1844
Solomon Greeson and wife one son baptized April 6, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker and named
George. Sponsors were the parents.

534
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Sally one son baptized April 6, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Thaddeus. Sponsors were the parents.

535
Born December 30, 1844
William Hoffman and wife, Saloma Clapp one son baptized May 18, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker
and named George Harpine Welker. Sponsors were the parents. (*This is my gg-
grandfather. Wm. was known as Hillary Hoffman and his wife as Salome—Mara)

536
Ambrose Ingold and wife one daughter baptized June 1, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Abigail Malvina.   Sponsors were parents.

537
____ Clapp (Hatter) and wife one daughter baptized June 1, 1845 by G.Wm. Welker and
named Eloisa Jane. Sponsors were the parents.

538
Adam Clapp and wife, Eliabeth one son baptized July 6, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Milton Alphonso. Sponsors were the parents.

539
Born March 3, 1845
John George Clapp and wife, Elizabeth one son baptized November 16, 1845 by G.Wm.
Welker and named John Elihu. Sponsors were the parents. John died October 19, 1917.

540
Daniel Clapp and wife one daughter baptized November 16, 1845 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Rebecca Caroline. Sponsors were the parents.

541
John Albright and wife one son baptized April 5, 1846 by G. Wm. Welker and named Jacob.
Sponsors were the parents. Jacob died Oct. 1, 1864.

542
Born December 7, 1845
Abraham Clapp and wife one daughter baptized April 19, 1846 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Edith Elizabeth. Sponsors were the parents.

543
Oliver Friddle and wife one son baptized August 16, 1848 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Levi Monroe. Sponsor was mother.

544
Born Septmber 27, 1845
G. Wm. Welker and wife, Abigail, one daughter baptized Sept. 20, 1846 by J. H. Crawford
and named Maria Elizabeth. Sponsors were parents.
Pg. 48
545
Born September 2, 1845
Jacob Clapp (of Brick House) and wife, Catharine Reinhart, one son baptized February
21, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named Thomas Thaddeus. Sponsors were the parents.

546
Bron June 23, 1846
Henry Faust and wife one son baptized March 7, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named Lyndon
Thaddeus Welker. Sponsors were the parents.

547
James S. Watson and wife one child baptized May 3, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Pandara Melissa. Sponsor was the mother.

548
Charles Fooshee and wife one child baptized July 16, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Zwinglius Welker. Sponsor was the father.

549
Peter Shoe and wife one son baptized July 16, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named
David Washington. Sponsor was the mother.

550
Hiram Weitzel and wife one daughter baptized August 18, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Emely Patterson. Sponsor was the parents.

551
John Clapp, of Hatter, and wife, one daughter baptized September 11, 1847 by G. Wm.
Welker and named Margert Jane. Sponsors were the parents.

552
Mary Elizabeth Friddle, Adult, baptized November 7, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker.

553
A. G. Clapp and wife one son baptized November 21, 1847 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Henry Rankin. Sponsors were the parents.

554
Joshua Clapp, of Yost and, wife one child baptized April 1, 1848 by G. Wm. Welker.
Sponsors were parents. (child‘s name not given here*)

555
Born March 2, 1855
William Hoffman and wife, Salome, one daughter bapitzed May 7, 1848 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Narcissa Delvina. Sponsors were the parents.

556
Born September 11, 1847
G. Wm. Welker and wife, Abigail, one daughter baptized May 7, 1848 by Jeremiah
Ingold and named Myra J_rusha. Sponsors were the parents.

557
George Faust and wife, Malinda Flack, one daughter baptized June 18, 1848 by
G. Wm. Welker and named Sarah Nurvera Jane. Sponsor was the father.

558
Emsley Weitzell and ___ one son baptized August 6, 1848 by G. Wm. Welker and
named William Priestly. Sponsor was the mother.
Pg. 49
559
Born January 12, 1848
Solomon Greeson and wife one daughter baptized March 18, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Frances Irabella. Sponsors were the parents.

560
Born February 11, 1848
David Ingle and wife one son baptized May 5, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named Thaddeus.
Sponsors were the parents. Son died Sept. 20, 1880.

561
Emsley Weitzell and wife one daughter baptized by G. Wm. Welker and named Eliza Ann
Hannah. Sponsor was the mother.

562
Bron April 17, 1849
Jacob Clapp, of Geo. and wife, Kate Reinhart, wife of Jacob Clapp, one daughter
baptized July 1, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named and named Barbara Harriet Catharine.
Sponsors were the parents. Child died Jan. 1, 1918.

563
James S. Watson and wife one daughter baptized July 1, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Isabella Carolina. Sponsor was mother.

564
James Hackett and wife one son baptized Sept. 2, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named
William Harvey. Sponsor was the mother.

565
James Hackett and wife one daughter baptized Sept. 2, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Nerva Harried Holt. Sponsor was the mother.

566
Alfred Eulis and wife one son baptized September 16, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Rankin Columbus. Sponsor was the mother.

567
Adam Shepherd and wife one son baptized Sept. 16, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named Levi.
Sponsor was mother. Levi was killed at Petersburg, Virginia.

568
Adam Shepherd and wife one son baptized Sept. 16, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Gideon Monroe. Sponsor was mother. Child lies at Brick Church.

569
Born October 12, 1847
Adam Shepherd and wife one son baptized Sept. 16, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Daniel Rankin. Sponsor was mother.

570
Adam Shepherd and wife one son baptized Sept. 16, 1849 by G. Wm. Welker and named Jacob
Riley. Sponsor was the mother.

571
Born June 17, 1849
G. Wm. Welker and wife one daughter baptized October 28, 1849 by Jeremiah Ingold at
Stoner Church and named Sarah Louise Gertrude. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 50
572
Born January 13, 1850
Jacob Shepherd and wife, Sarah (Sally) one son baptized Feb. 4, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Hilliary Waller. Sponsor was mother. Father was dead.

573
Adam Clapp and wife one daughter baptized Feb. 17, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Sarah Ellen. Sponsors were parents.

574
Oliver Friddle and wife one son baptized March 3, 1850   by G. Wm. Welker and named
Lewis. Sponsor was the mother.

575
Born December 24, 1850
Daniel F. Clapp and wife one son baptized May 19, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Daniel Wilbert. Sponsors were the parents. Child died Jan. 11, 1929. [He was a
mathamation and could add ??? at once… take finger and go up numbers!]

576
Born March 31, 1850
Henry Faust and wife one daughter baptized July 21, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Sarah Elizabeth. Sponsors were the parents.

577
Stanley Coble and wife one son baptized Aug. 25, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker and named John
Mebane. Sponsor was mother.

578
Robert Lafayet Mebane, Adult baptized October 20, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker.

579
William Bain, Adult, baptized Oct. 20, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker.

580
Born February
Adam Shepherd one son baptized October by G. Wm. Welker and named Abraham Shepherd.

581
Solomon Greeson and wife one daughter baptized Sept. 1, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Sarah Cleodora. Sponsors were the parents.

582
Hiram Weitzel and wife one daughter baptized September 1, 1850 by G. Wm.
Welker and named and named Mary Ann Hannah. Sponsors were the parents.

583
Born 1849
Mebane Ingle and wife one son baptized Dec. 15, 1850 by G. Wm. Welker and named George
Zevingle (Zwingle*). Sponsors were the parents. The child died Dec. 29, 1826. Lies
at Springwood (Cemetery*).

584
Born October 15, 1850
Tub A. Clapp of Abraham and wife one daughter baptized March 2, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Mary Jane. Sponsors were the parents.
Pg. 51
585
Born October 23, 1850
Joshua Clapp (Miller) and wife one daughter baptized March 16, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Sarah Jane. Sponsors were the parents.

586
Daniel Starr and wife one daughter baptized March 16, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Launda Cleodora. Sponsors were parents.

587
Malina E. Faust, Adult, bapitzed April 20, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker.

588
Willis Daniel (Slave) of Capt. Joshua Clapp, Adult, baptized April 20, 1851 by G. Wm.
Welker.

589
Lemuel ____ (Slave), Adult, baptized April 20 1851 by G. Wm. Welker.

590
Madison Lindsey (Slave of Daniel Faust), Adult, baptized April 20, 1851 by G. Wm.
Welker.

591
Born 1851
Elias Albright and wife one son baptized August 3, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Joseph Preston. Sponsors were parents.

 592
James S. Watson and wife one daughter baptized August 3, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Margret Frances. Sponsor was the mother.

593
Joshua Clapp, of Yost, and wife one daughter baptized October 5, 1851 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Elza Jane. Sponsors were the parents.

594
Joshua Shepherd and wife one son baptized March 21, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Abraham Alexander. Sponsors were the parents.

595
Born June 7, 1851
Hillary Hoffman and wife, Saloma Clapp one son baptized May 16, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker
and named Josephus Kivet. Sponsors were the parents.

596
Daniel Starr and wife one son baptized May 16, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker and named John
Pembroke. Sponsors were the parents.

597
Born March 7, 1852
Jacob Clapp, of Geo. (Brick House) and wife, Catharine, one son baptized June 6, 1852
by G. Wm. Welker and named and named Jacob Ursinus. Sponsors were the parents.

598
Born April 16, 1852
Henry Faust and wife one son baptized June 6, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker and named Henry
William. Sponsors were the parents.
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599
Charles Fooshee and wife one daughter baptized Aug. 15, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Martha Elizabeth. Sponsors were the parents.

600
Born May ___
Solomon Greeson and wife one child baptized Sept. 5, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker and named
and named Myron Newton. Sponsors were parents.

601
William Greeson, adult baptized Nov. 21, 1852 by G. Wm. Welker.

602
Wesley Holt and wife one son baptized May 1, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker nad named James
Monroe. Sponsors were the parents.

603
Adam Shepherd and wife one child baptized May 14, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Pleasant Wesley. Sponsor was the mother.

604
Thankful {Slave of James Gilmer and wife of Willis David (Clapp)} Adult, baptized May
15, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker and named.

605
Daniel C. Welker and wife one son baptized July 17, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker and named
William Butler. Sponsors were the parents.

606
Stanley Coble and wife one son baptized Aug. 17, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker and named Henry
Nathaniel. Sponsor was the mother.

607
Born September 30, 1852
Daniel F. Clapp and wife, one son baptized Sept. 4, 1853 by G. Wm. Welker and named
John Pleasant Welker. Sponsors were the parents.

608
Born September 26, 1852
G. Wm. Welker and wife one daughter baptized October 14, 1853 by William Barber and
named Abigail Mason. Sponsors were the parents.

609
Austin Coble and wife one daughter baptized March 25, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker and named
Ann Eliza Carolina. Sponsor was Barbara Greeson.

610
Shep Copeland and wife, Sally Clapp of Yost(Joe), one son baptized May 6, 1854 by G.
Wm. Welker and named Denny Alphonso. Sponsors were parents.

611
Joshua Shepherd and wife, Anna Clapp, one son baptized May 6, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker and
named James Alphonso. Sponsors were the parents.
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612
Tubal A. Clapp, of Abraham, and wife one son baptized May 6, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Michael Abraham. Sponsors were parents.

613
Born June 14, 1853
Joshua Clapp, of Yost (Joe) and wife, Hannah Starr, of Abner, one son baptized May 6,
1854 by G. Wm. Welker and named Butler. Sponsors were parents. Butler Dexter died July
5, 1928. Lies at Brick Church.

614
Levi (Slave), Adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

615
Campbell (Slave), adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

616
Rosa (Slave), Adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

617
Letitia (Slave), Adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

618
Dennis (Slave), Adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

619
Reuben (Slave), Adult, baptized May 7, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

620
Daniel [Walter] Clapp [of] (Hatter) and wife [Joanna Troxler]one daughter baptized June
4, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker and named Emily Frances. Sponsors were parents. [ Emily
Frances married John Franklin Smith - sons ?? Don Gene & Dan]

621
Daniel Starr and wife one son baptized June 4, 1864 (probably 1854) by G. Wm. Welker
and named Daniel Wilbert. Sponsors were parents.

622
Born July 12, 1830
Calvin M. Pryor, Adult, baptized Oct. 15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

623
Emeline H. Clapp, of Lewis, Adult, baptized Oct. 15, 1854 by G. Wm.
Welker.

624
Elizabeth Jane Shepherd, Adult, baptized Oct. 15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

625
Born April 4, 1835
Myra Mason., of Joe, and Malinda Allen from Princeton, Mass., Adults, baptized October
15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

626
Alexander, (Slave of Daniel Faust) baptized October 15, 1854 by G. Wm.
Welker.
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627
Rachael, Slave, baptized October 15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

628
Caroline, Slave, baptized October 15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

629
Leetha, Slave, Adult, baptized October 15, 1854 by G. Wm. Welker.

630
Edward, slave of Daniel Faust, Adult, baptized May 6, 1855 by G. Wm. Welker.

631
Mary Eliza, Slave, Adult, baptized May 6, 1855 by G. Wm. Welker.

632
Daniel C. Welker and wife, M. A. one son baptized May 20, 1855 by G.Wm. Welker and
named John Francis. Sponsors were parents.

633
Henry Faust and wife, Sarah R., one daughter baptized May 20, 1855 by G. Wm. Welker and
named Floretta Alma. Sponsors were parents.

634
Charles Fooshee one daughter baptized May 20, 1855 by G. Wm. Welker and named Ladoska
Ellen. Sponsors were parents.

635
Born May 17, 1855
Rev. G. W. Welker and wife, Louise, one daughter baptized Sept. 22, 1855 by Thornton
Butler, Mt. Hope, and nemd Leila Ada (Ben). Sponsors were
parents.
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                       MEMBERS CONFIRMED AT BRICK CHURCH
                                 From 1773-1820
"Those who by me, as Reformed Preacher are informed and are broght to the Holy Supper
for the first time, 1773."

Names of members confirmed in the first comfirmation service by Rev. Samuel Suther.
April 11, 1773
1.   John May                                10. Catharine Wolf
2.   Henry Cook                              11. Gertrude Swing
3.   Christian Cook                          12. Ehster Clapp
4.   Pillip Jacob Moser                      13. Catharine Friddle
5.   Henry Loyd                              14. Catharine Ingle
6.   Joseph Albright                         15. Margret Dillman
7.   Barbara Thomas                          16. Anna Maria Morizt
8.   Elizabeth Cook                          17. Eva Maria Sharp
9.   Sarah Wolf
The above record was written by Rev. Samuel Suther in the original Chruch book.

Names of members confirmed by Rev. Samuel Suther Sunday May 26, 1776.
1.   Henry Kime                              12. Elizabeth Weitzel
2.   Christian Kime                          13. Anna Maria Starr
3.   Christian Brower                        14. Anna Barbara Gibbs
4.   Henry Gibbs                             15. Anna Suther
5.   George Valentine Clapp                  16. Susanna Magdalena Swing
6.   Adams Clapp                             17. Maria Christina Clapp
7.   Lorentz Friddle                         18. Mari Barbara Clapp
8.   John Sharp                              19. Anna Margret Clapp
9.   Barney Ingle                            20. Anna Margret Ingle
10. Conrad Swing                             21. Anna Catharine Sharp
11. Christian Sutz                           22. Elizabeth Graves
Henry Gibbs and Ann Barbara Gibbs were ancestors of the Hon. William Gibbs McAdoo.

Names of members confirmed by Rev. Andrew Loretz on Feb. 15, 1778.

1.   Ludwig Clapp                            8.    Elizabeth Clapp
2.   John Clapp                              9.    Barbara May
3.   John Faust                              10.   Catherine Shatterly
4.   Daniel Clapp                            11.   Philipina Sharp
5.   Valentine Clapp                         12.   Cathrine Gipson
6.   Jacob May                               13.   Maria Sutz
7.   Elizabeth Clapp
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Names of members confirmed by Rev. Andrew Loretz on February 19, 1795.

1.    Magdalena Cartner                      4.    Anna Barbara Clapp
2.    Barbara Clapp                          5.    Eva Low
3.    Christina Cartner


Names of members confirmed by Rev. Andrew Loretz on February 12, 1791

1.     Adam Pheifer                          16.   Barbara Holt
2.     David Bohsert                         17.   Barbara Ritscherdon
3.     Niclaus Brower                        18.   Sophia Clapp
4.     Frederick Ritscherdon                 19.   Barbara Clapp
5.     Frederick Moris                       20.   Eva Clapp
6.     David Clapp                           21.   Eva Bower
7.     Christian Faust                       22.   Maria Ritscherdon
8.     Phillip Clapp                         23.   Eva Cartner
9.     John Clapp                            24.   Dorothea Ingle
10.    George Clapp                          25.   Catharine Cartner
11.    Barbara Cartner                       26.   Barbara Lineberry
12.    Meria Kilian                          27.   Eva Sutz
13.    Helena Holt                           28.   Elizabeth Ingle
14.    Margret Cartner                       29.   Catharine Bohsert
15.    Elizabeth Weitzel

Names of members confirmed by Rev. Andrew Loretz on October 20, 1793

1.     Phillip Amick                         17.   Philipina Ingle
2.     Isaac Borks                           18.   Elizabeth Clapp
3.     Mathias Cartner                       19.   Maria Ingold
4.     Franciscus Mohser                     20.   Maria Lineberry
5.     Daniel Graves                         21.   Maria Sharp
6.     Peter Sharp                           22.   Ester May
7.     George Cartner                        23.   Anna Elizabeth Albright
8.     Sebastian Graves                      24.   Barbara Clapp
9.     Henry May                             25.   Lowina Ingle
10.    John Shaddy                           26.   Magdalena Clapp
11.    John Moritz                           27.   Catharine Bower
12.    Peter Hoffman                         28.   Susanna Bower
13.    Tobias May                            29.   Magdalena Ritscherdon
14.    Tobias Sutz                           30.   Maria Barbara Moritz
15.    David Cartner                         31.   Rachel Shaddy
16.    Maria Margret May                     32.   Anna Sharp

Names of members confirmed by Rev. Andrew Loretz on Nov. 1, 1800.

1.     Peter Ingold                          7.    Henry Weitzel
2.     William Ingold                        8.    John Albright
3.     Peter Rich                            9.    Christian Weitzel
4.     William Clapp                         10.   Peter Graves
5.     John Faust                            11.   Tobias Clapp
6.     Jacob Clapp                           12.   Henry Clapp
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13. Samuel Cartner                             31.   Maria Albright
14. George Clapp                               32.   Catharine Albright
15. William Clapp                              33.   Maria Cartner
16. Daniel May                                 34.   Barbara Cartner
17. Jacob May                                  35.   Saloma Bayin
18. John Gerhard (Garrett)                     36.   Sabina May
19. Henry Barnhart                             37.   Maria Barbara Ephland
20. George Friddle                             38.   Elizabeth Ephland
21. Salome Albright                            39.   Maria Barbara May
22. Barbara Sharp                              40.   Anna Maria Graves
23. Elizabeth Faust                            41.   Catharine Graves
24. Elizabeth Albright                         42.   Catharine Friddle
25. Barbara Faust                              43.   Susanna Barnhart
26. Salome Faust                               44.   Barbara Ingold
27. Barbara Albright                           45.   Catharine Clapp
28. Salome Albright                            46.   Elizabeth Clapp
29. Magdalena Albright                         47.   Catharine May
30. Philipina Swing                            48.   Maria Anthony

Names and members confirmed by Rev. Henry Diffenbach October 1, 1802 These were
instructed 18 days.

1.   Daniel Clapp                              9.    Elizabeth Hiatt
2.   John Cartner                              10.   Elizabeth Swing
3.   John Ingold                               11.   Sarah Lineberry
4.   David Hiatt                               12.   Maria Barbara Clapp
5.   George Clapp                              13.   Margret Clapp
6.   George Hoffman                            14.   Catherine Hoffman
7.   Daniel Hoffman                            15.   Sophia Clapp
8.   Catharine Clapp

Names of members confirmed by Rev. Henry Diffenbach on Nov 4, 1803

Catharine   Faust from the Kliush after several days instruction, was confirmed
alone and   with her husband Christian Faust were admitted to the Holy Supper.
While the   both expressed their desire yet they didnot have the opportunity to
their own   country. (The Klius on doubt is the Clinch River in Tennessee).

Names of members confimed by Rev. Henry Diffenbach on November 3, 1805

These were instructed over different days in the summer and now eleven days.

1.   Daniel Albright                            8.   Jacob Hiatt
2.   Ludwig Clapp                               9.   John Hiatt
3.   Joseph Amick                              10.   Maria Clapp
4.   Barney Swing                              11.   Barbara Albright
5.   David Graves                              12.   Anna Margaret Albright
6.   Christian Faust                           13.   Sarah Faust
7.   Conrad Swing                              14.   Maria Sutz
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Names of members confirmed by Rev. Henry Diffenbach on November 9, 1806.

1.    Christian Kime                         9.    Daniel Graves
2.    David Kime                             10.   Maria Fogleman
3.    Jacob Faust                            11.   Catharina Sharp
4.    John Clapp                             12.   Sarah Graves
5.    David Albright                         13.   Milly Neese
6.    John Swing                             14.   Milly Graves
7.    George Albright                        15.   Magdalena Albright
8.    Bastian Graves                         16.   Margret Clapp

Names of members confirmed by Rev. James R. Reily on October 16, 1813

1.    Peter Amick                            30.   Catharina Pheiffer
2.    Henry Swing                            31.   B. Pheiffer
3.    Ludwig May                             32.   S. Keim
4.    George Lineberry                       33.   M. May
5.    John Elliot                            34.   A. May
6.    Jacob Cartner                          35.   B. Clapp
7.    Daniel Swing                           36.   Elizabeth Graves
8.    S. Albright                            37.   Sarah Cartner
9.    W. Albright                            38.   Barbara Cartner
10.   P. Keim                                39.   Sarah Graves
11.   C. Keim                                40.   Catharine Shepherd
12.   J. Albright                            41.   Catharine Clapp
13.   Jacob Sutz                             42.   Sarah Clapp
14.   Peter Faust                            43.   Barbara Shepherd
15.   Jacob May                              44.   Barbara Swing
16.   D. May                                 45.   Maria Albright
17.   W. Neece                               46.   Eva Lineberry
18.   Lewis Boon                             47.   Elizabeth Hoffman
19.   Joseph Neese                           48.   Barbara Carnter
20.   D. Graves                              49.   Magdalena May
21.   David Graves                           50.   Sophia Albright
22.   Thomas Johnson                         51.   Maria Ingle
23.   John Neese                             52.   Magdalena Lineberry
24.   Eli Graves                             53.   Elizabeth Coble
25.   Jonas Albright                         54.   Maria Clapp
26.   Catharina Clapp                        55.   Tubley Steele
27.   Maria Swing                            56.   Elizabeth Elloit
28.   N. May                                 57.   Eli Albright
29.   Eliza Swing

Names of members confirmed by Rev. John Ebaugh on October 10, 1819.

1.    Dutch Yost (Joe) Clapp                 8.    Sophia Pheiffer
2.    George Greeson                         9.    Sarah Sharp
3.    David Clapp                            10.   Elizabeth Clapp
4.    Frederick Sutz                         11.   Margaret Sutz
5.    John Amick                             12.   Elizabeth Sutz
6.    Henry Albright                         13.   Maria Amick
7.    Elizabeth Pheiffer                     14.   Elizabeth DeVault
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15. Anna Low                                   22.   Sarah Albright
16. Elias May                                  23.   Catharine Ingle
17. William Kasset (Causey)                    24.   Maria May
18. John Rich                                  25.   Sarah Faust
19. Daniel Albright                            26.   Nancy Albright
20. Maria Albright                             27.   Sarah Albright
21. Martha Albright

Names of members confirmed by Rev. George Leidy April 2, 1820

1.    Maria Clapp                              18.   Barbara May
2.    Eva Clapp                                19.   Elizabeth Albright
3.    Margret Clapp                            20.   Jacob May
4.    Elizabeth Clapp                          21.   Barbara May
5.    David Sutz                               22.   David Hoffman
6.    Daniel Faust                             23.   Daniel May
7.    Leonard Faust                            24.   Barbara Clapp
8.    Sarah Faust                              25.   George Cartner
9.    David Swing                              26.   Dilli Clapp
10.   Catharine Swing                          27.   William Shepherd
11.   Daniel Amick                             28.   William Swing
12.   Eva Clapp                                29.   Jacob Amick
13.   Jacob Amick                              30.   Elizabeth Hobbs
14.   David Clapp                              31.   Maria Hobbs
15.   Letty Faust                              32.   Maria Amick
16.   Eli Clapp                                33.   Tobias May
17.   William May

Names of members confirmed by Rev. John Rudy on Nov. 23, 1822

1.    William Lineberry                        15.   William Romne
2.    Daniel Clapp                             16.   Maria Shepherd
3.    Martin May                               17.   Maria Swing
4.    Jowel Swing                              18.   Polly Clapp
5.    Abraham Cartner                          19.   Polly Clapp
6.    George Clapp                             20.   Elizabeth May
7.    William Albright                         21.   Rosina May
8.    John Clapp                               22.   Susanna Shepherd
9.    Jacob Shepherd                           23.   Barbara Shepherd
10.   John Neese                               24.   Millie Friddle
11.   Tobias May                               25.   Polly Pheifer
12.   Daniel May                               26.   Millie Sutz
13.   John Ingle                               27.   Maria Sutz
14.   Isom Friddle                             28.   Joshua Clapp, of Jacob

Names of members confirmed by Rev.   John H. Crawford November 1, 1829
1. John Clapp                  6.    Elizabeth Clapp          11. Amelia Cartner
2. John Hobs                   7.    Judy Clapp               12. Sally Shepherd
3. Jacob May                   8.    Perry Clapp              13. Lotty May
4. David Ingle                 9.    Sally Clapp              14. Amelia May
5. Mrs. Katy Hobs             10.    Polly Clapp              15. Polly Lewey
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                    COMMUNICANTS OF BRICK CHURCH 1802 - 1830

1.  Ludwig Clapp and                    31.   Catharine Neese
2.  wife Sophia                         32.   Madalena Stahr
3.  Henry Clapp                         33.   Catharine Phillipi
4.  Barbara Clapp                       34.   Catharine Bower
5.  Christian Faust                     35.   Dorothy Greeson
6.  Peter Ingold and                    36.   Anna Margret Swing
7.  wife Christina                      37.   Filbina Swing
8.  George Clapp and                    38.   William Clapp and
9.  wife Elizabeth                      39.   wife Elizabeth
10. William Clapp                       40.   Tobias Clapp
11. Maria Albright                      41.   John Clapp
12. Jacob Clapp and                     42.   George Cartner Jr.
13. wife Barbara                        43.   Phillip Clapp
14. Jacob Clapp                         44.   Phillip Smith
15. George Clapp                        45.   Matthais Cartner and
16. Catharine Clapp                     46.   wife Barbara
17. Barney Clapp (soldier)              47.   John Swing and
18. and wife Judith                     48.   wife Elizabeth
19. George May                          49.   Jacob Hiatt and
20. Maria Cartner                       50.   wife Magdalena
21. Barbara Cartner                     51.   John Clapp and
22. Anna Maria Albright                 52.   wife Catharine
23. Catharine Albright                  53.   Valentine Clapp and
24. Matthais Swing                      54.   wife Maria
25. Ludwig Ingle                        55.   John Clapp
26. Anna Barbara Ingle                  56.   Peter Ingold Jr. and
27. Elizabeth Keck                      57.   wife Barbara
28. Maria Magdalena Hagy                58.   George Clapp Jr. and
29. Odilla Bower                        59.   wife Elizabeth
30. Susanna Bower                       60.   William Ingold

                             Rev. Henry Diffenbach

COMMUNICANTS OF THE BRICK CHURCH HELD ON DECEMBER 10, 1803

1.    Jacob Clapp and                   13.   Daniel Clapp
2.    wife Barbara and                  14.   Christian Faust
3.    daughter Catharine                15.   Barbara Neese
4.    John Graves                       16.   Elizabeth Phillipi
5.    William Albright                  17.   Peter Ingold
6.    Anna Maria Albright               18.   Christian Ingold
7.    Catherine Albright                19.   John Faust
8.    John Clapp                        20.   Margret Stahr
9.    Catharine Clapp                   21.   Matthais Swing
10.   George Clapp                      22.   Elizabeth Keck
11.   Elizabeth Clapp                   23.   John Faust
12.   William Clapp                     24.   Barbara Faust
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25. George Clapp, of Tobias             32.   Daniel Albright
26. Catharine Phillips                  33.   Elizabeth Albright
27. Odilla Bowers                       34.   Peter Graves
28. Eva Bowers                          35.   John Clapp
29. Susanna Bowers                      36.   Margaret Clapp
30. George Clapp                        37.   John Swing
31. Elizabeth Clapp                     38.   Elizabeth Swing

Communicants at Brick Church celebrated on June 17, 1804

1.    Jacob Clapp and                   19.   Barbara May
2.    wife Barbara                      20.   Susanna Bowers
3.    Catharine Clapp                   21.   Christain Faust
4.    John Graves                       22.   Nancy Fasut
5.    Peter Graves                      23.   Matthais Swing
6.    William Albright                  24.   George Clapp
7.    Anna Maria Albright               25.   Elizabeth Clapp
8.    Catharine Albright                26.   Barney Clapp
9.    John Clapp                        27.   John Faust
10.   Catharine Clapp                   28.   Barbara Faust
11.   Ludwig Clapp                      29.   William Clapp
12.   Sophia Clapp                      30.   Elizabeth Clapp
13.   Henry Clapp                       31.   Barbara Clapp
14.   George Clapp                      32.   Elizabeth Keck
15.   Elizabeth Clapp                   33.   Catharine Neese
16.   William Clapp                     34.   Magdalena Hiat
17.   Daniel Clapp                      35.   Elizabeth Hiat
18.   Daniel May

Communicants at Brick Church celebrated on April 14, 1805

1.    Jacob Clapp                       21.   William Clapp
2.    Barbara Clapp                     22.   Elizabeth Clapp
3.    John Graves                       23.   Christian Faust
4.    William Albright                  24.   Nancy Faust
5.    Catharine Albright                25.   John Faust
6.    John Clapp                        26.   Barbara Faust
7.    Catharine Clapp                   27.   John Faust
8.    George Clapp                      28.   Jacob Clapp
9.    Elizabeth Clapp                   29.   Eva Clapp
10.   William Clapp                     30.   Daniel Albright
11.   Daniel Clapp                      31.   Elizabeth Albright
12.   Barney Clapp                      32.   Barbara Neese
13.   Ludwing Clapp (Ludwig?*)          33.   Matthais Swing
14.   Sophia Clapp                      34.   Tobias May
15.   Peter Ingold                      35.   Catharine May
16.   Christina Ingold                  36.   John Clapp
17.   George Clapp                      37.   Jacob May
18.   Elizabeth Clapp                   38.   John Clapp
19.   Barney Clapp and                  39.   Margret Clapp
20.   wife Judith Clapp                 40.   Barbara DeVault
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41. Barbara May                         45.   Elizabeth Keck
42. Christian Sharp                     46.   Eva Bower
43. Barbara Sharp                       47.   Oddilla Bower
44. Phillip Sharp

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on Dec 1, 1805.

The Holy Communion in this Church was held
      1. John Faust and
      2. wife Anna
      3. Christian Faust and
      4. wife Cathrina
      5. Ester Borks
The aforesaid men came from Tennessee and desired the Holy
Supper so an order was made on Saturday Nov. 30, and the Holy
Supper was held on Dec. 1, 1805.

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on Nov. 4, 1805

1.    Jacob Clapp                       30.   Catharine Neese
2.    Barbara Clapp                     31.   Peter Ingold and
3.    Jacob Clapp                       32.   wife Barbara
4.    Catharine Clapp                   33.   John Garrit and
5.    George Clapp                      34.   wife Barbara
6.    John Graves                       35.   Jacob Clapp and
7.    William Albright                  36.   wife Eva
8.    John Clapp                        37.   Frederick Sutz and
9.    wife Sophia                       38.   wife Anna Margret
10.   Magdalena Coble                   39.   Susanna Bower
11.   Ludwig Clapp and                  40.   Matthais Swing
12.   wife Sophia                       41.   Margret Stahr
13.   George Clapp and                  42.   Barbara Neese
14.   wife Elizabeth and                43.   Daniel Albright and
15.   son William                       44.   wife Elizabeth
16.   Peter Ingold and                  45.   John Swing
17.   wife Christina and                46.   John Faust and
18.   son William                       47.   wife Barbara
19.   John Clapp and                    48.   Dorothea Greeson
20.   wife Judith and                   49.   William Clapp and
21.   daughter Sophia                   50.   wife Elizabeth
22.   Barney Clapp and                  51.   Tobias May and
23.   wife Judtih                       52.   wife Catharine
24.   George May                        53.   George Clapp Jr. and
25.   Christian Faust and               54.   wife Elizabeth
26.   wife Nancy                        55.   Anna Mariae Albright
27.   Catharine Willkeit                56.   William Faust
28.   Magdalena Hiat and                57.   Magdalena Albright
29.   daughter Elizabeth                58.   Elizabeth Swing
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          Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on April 13, 1806

1.    Jacob Clapp and                    31.   wife Catharine
2.    wife Barbara                       32.   Barney Clapp and
3.    Jacob Clapp                        33.   wife Judith
4.    George Clapp                       34.   Elizabeth Keck
5.    Ludwig Clapp                       35.   Catherine Neese
6.    Catharine Clapp                    36.   Matthais Swing
7.    Maria Clapp                        37.   Odilla Bower
8.    John Graves                        38.   Magdalena Hagy
9.    Peter Graves                       39.   Margret Stahr
10.   David Graves                       40.   John Foust
11.   William Albright and               41.   Peter Ingold and
12.   wife Anna Maria                    42.   wife Barbara
13.   Daniel Albright                    43.   John Ingold
14.   Catharine Albright                 44.   George Clapp and
15.   John Clapp and                     45.   wife Elizabeth
16.   wife Catharine                     46.   Daniel Albright and
17.   George Clapp and                   47.   Wife Elizabeth
18.   wife Elizabeth                     48.   Will Clapp and
19.   William Clapp                      49.   wife Elizabeth
20.   Daniel Clapp                       50.   Catharine Hold
21.   Ludwig Clapp and                   51.   Henry May
22.   wife Sophia                        52.   John Faust and
23.   Daniel May and                     53.   wife Barbara
24.   wife Barbara                       54.   John Clapp and
25.   Peter Ingold and                   55.   wife Margret
26.   wife Christina                     56.   Phillip Clapp
27.   Barney Clapp                       57.   Maria Sutz
28.   Christian Faust and                58.   Jacob May
29.   son Christian                      59.   Barney Swing
30.   John Hoffman and

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on November 9, 1806

1.    Jacob Clapp and                    19.   Peter Ingold and
2.    son Jacob and                      20.   wife Christina
3.    son George and                     21.   Peter Ingold and
4.    son Ludwig and                     22.   wife
5.    daughter Catharine and             23.   David Keim
6.    daughter Maria                     24.   John Ingold
7.    John Graves                        25.   John Garrett and
8.    David Graves                       26.   wife Barbara
9.    William Albright and               27.   George May
10.   wife Anna Maria and                28.   Christian Keim
11.   daughter Catharine and             29.   Frederick Sutz and
12.   son Daniel                         30.   wife Margret and
13.   John Clapp and                     31.   daughter Anna Maria
14.   wife Catharine                     32.   Martin Neese and
15.   Ludwig Clapp and                   33.   wife Elizabeth
16.   wife Sophia                        34.   Catharine Bowman
17.   Henry Clapp                        35.   John Clapp
18.   Matthais Swing                     36.   George Clapp and
Pg. 64
37. wife Barbara                        52.   wife Elizabeth
38. John Swing and                      53.   Judith Clapp
39. wife Elizabeth                      54.   Daniel Albright and
40. Barney Swing                        55.   wife Elizabeth
41. George Clapp and                    56.   John Faust and
42. wife Elizabeth                      57.   wife Barbara
43. William Clapp                       58.   Barney Clapp Sr.
44. Daniel Clapp                        59.   John Clapp and
45. Christian Faust and                 60.   wife Margret
46. wife ____ and                       61.   George Clapp and
47. son Christian and                   62.   wife Elizabeth
48. daughter Sarah                      63.   Eva Bower
49. Elizabeth Phillipi                  64.   Susanna Bower
50. Barbara Clapp                       65.   Sophia Faust
51. William Clapp and                   66.   Widow Reitzel

Young people who were confirmed at this communion were 16 persons. Names are
not given.

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on June 2, 1822

1.    William Albright                  34.   wife
2.    Gabrial Albright                  35.   John Cartner and
3.    Magdalena Albright                36.   wife
4.    John Clapp and                    37.   Margert Cartner
5.    wife                              38.   Tobias May
6.    Barney Clapp and                  39.   Henry May
7.    wife                              40.   Phillip Clapp
8.    Nellie Clapp                      41.   Eva Clapp
9.    David Clapp                       42.   Maria Bower
10.   George Clapp and                  43.   Daniel Clapp
11.   wife                              44.   Elizabeth Clapp
12.   David Clapp and                   45.   Catharine Fogleman
13.   wife                              46.   Barbara Ingold
14.   George Friddle                    47.   Elizabeth Keck
15.   Peter Ingold and                  48.   Margaret Sherer
16.   wife                              49.   Philipina Lervery
17.   Jacob Clapp and                   50.   George Clapp
18.    wife                             51.   Judith Clapp
19.   John Clapp                        52.   Anna Maria Clapp
20.   Jacob Clapp                       53.   Magdalena Clapp
21.   Ludwig Clapp                      54.   Eva Clapp
22.   Daniel Albright and               55.   John Clapp
23.   wife                              56.   Margret Clapp
24.   John Swing and                    57.   Barbara Clapp
25.   wife                              58.   Henry Clapp
26.   Daniel Faust and                  59.   Elizabeth Clapp
27.   wife                              60.   Matthais Swing
28.   Polly May                         61.   Ludwig Sutz
29.   Eva Phillipi                      62.   Barbara Shoffner
30.   Margret Sutz                      63.   Maria Cartner
31.   Magdalena May                     64.   Delila Bower
32.   Henry May                         65.   Lewis Boon and
33.   Samuel Cartner and                66.   wife
Pg. 65
67. Elizabeth Clapp                     81.   William Swing
68. Barbara Shoffner                    82.   Catharine Clapp
69. Sarah Holt                          83.   Jacob Amick
70. Christian Clapp and                 84.   David Sutz
71. wife                                85.   William Shoffner
72. Jacob May and                       86.   Polly Starr
73. wife                                87.   Eli May
74. David Kneil                         88.   Valentine DeVault and
75. Barbara Sherrer                     89.   wife Anna Barbara
76. Elizabeth Sutz                      90.   Catharine Swing
77. Margret Suz                         91.   Elizabeth Swing
78. Barbara Clapp                       92.   George Clapp and
79. Tamatha Greeson                     93.   wife.
80. David Swing

Names of Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated on November 24, 1822

 1.   Gerhart Ingold and                37.   Elizabeth Swing
 2.   wife                              38.   Catherine Swing
 3.   John Clapp and                    39.   Jacob Shepherd and
 4.   wife                              40.   wife
 5.   Catharine Neese                   41.   Barbara Shepherd
 6.   George Clapp and                  42.   William Shepherd
 7.   wife                              43.   Christian Faust
 8.   William Albright                  44.   John Clapp
 9.   Jacob Clapp and                   45.   Jacob Amick
10.   wife                              46.   Rebecca Ephland
11.   Barbara Ingold                    47.   Jacob Clapp and
12.   Maria Lineberry                   48.   wife
13.   Maria Amick                       49.   Daniel Faust and
14.   Elizabeth Clapp                   50.   wife
15.   David Clapp and                   51.   David Sutz
16.   wife                              52.   Valentine Pheiffer
17.   Elizabeth Clapp                   53.   Barbara Pheiffer
18.   Samuel Cartner and                54.   Elizabeth Pheiffer
19.   wife                              55.   Sophia Pheifer
20.   John Cartner and                  56.   Daniel May
21.   wife                              57.   William May
22.   Henry May                         58.   Margret Sherer
23.   Eva May                           59.   Margret Albright
24.   Maria Bower                       60.   Barney Clapp and
25.   Tobias May                        61.   wife
26.   Joseph Clapp                      62.   Nelly Clapp
27.   Tobias May and                    63.   George Friddle
28.   wife                              64.   Henry Clapp
29.   Elias May                         65.   Ludwig Clapp
30.   Tobias May                        66.   Elizabeth Clapp
31.   Phillip Clapp                     67.   George Clapp and
32.   Eva Clapp                         68.   wife
33.   John Swing and                    69.   Elizabeth Keck
34.   wife                              70.   Molly Starr
35.   David Swing                       71.   Judith Clapp
36.   William Swing                     72.   Molly May
Pg. 66
73. Polly Hobbs                          93. Elizabeth Neese
74. Maira May                            94. Elizabeth Clapp
75. Anna May                             95. Daniel Clapp
76. Eva Phillipi                         96. Jonathon Albright
77. Catherine Fogleman                   97. Daniel Albright and
78. Sally Mt. Gomery                     98. wife
79. Margret Cartner                      99. Frederick Sutz
80. Maria Cartner                       100. George Lineberry
81. Barbara May                         101. Catherine Lineberry
82. Polly May                           102. Hartwell Hoffman
83. Christian Clapp and                 103. Elizabeth Clapp
84. wife                                104. Jacob May and
85. Lewis Boon and                      105. wife
86. wife                                106. Molly Fogleman
87. John Clapp and                      107. Barbara Sherer
88. wife                                108. Danid Kneil (Daniel or David?*)
89. Barbara Clapp                       109. David Clapp
90. George May                          110. William Albright
91. Jacob Cartner and                    28 confirmed person (for
92. wife                                 10   list see page 59)
                                        148 persons total.

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John Rudy   April 13, 1823

1.    John Clapp and                    31.   wife
2.    wife                              32.   Frederick Sutz and
3.    William Albright                  33.   wife
4.    Henry Clapp and                   34.   John Cartner and
5.    wife                              35.   wife
6.    Barney Clapp                      36.   Abraham Cartner
7.    and wife                          37.   Maria Cartner
8.    George Clapp and                  38.   Margret Cartner
9.    wife                              39.   John Clapp
10.   Elizabeth Clapp                   40.   Daniel Cartner and
11.   Margret Albright                  41.   wife
12.   William Albright                  42.   Valentine Pheifer
13.   Jacob Albright                    43.   Barbara Pheifer
14.   Gabriel Albright                  44.   Elizabeth Pheifer
15.   Elizabeth Clapp                   45.   Sophia Pheifer
16.   Daniel Albright and               46.   Polly Pheifer
17.   wife                              47.   Daniel Clapp
18.   Ludwig Clapp                      48.   Mr. Corsbie
19.   Jacob Lcapp, Jr. and              49.   Margret Corsbie
20.   wife                              50.   Barbara Shepherd
21.   Joshua Clapp                      51.   Jacob Amick
22.   Matthais Swing                    52.   Maria Amick
23.   Maria Swing                       53.   Peter Ingold and
24.   John Swing and                    54.   wife
25.   wife                              55.   Isaac Clapp and
26.   Joel Swing                        56.   wife
27.   Barbara Swing                     57.   William Lineberry
28.   John Swing                        58.   Charety Lineberry
29.   Catharine Swing                   59.   Elias May
30.   David Swing and                   60.   Tobias May
Pg. 67
61. Henry May                            92. Judith Clapp
62. Daniel May                           93. Farley Greeson
63. Elizabeth May                        94. Maria Glass
64. Phillip Clapp                        95. Elias Albright and
65. Eva Phillipi                         96. wife
66. Daniel Clapp                         97. Polly Hobs
67. David Sutz                           98. Daniel May
68. Barbara Clapp                        99. Martin May
69. Maria Bower                         100. Rosina May
70. Petere Cartner and                  101. Polly May
71. wife                                102. Maria May
72. Jacob Cartner                       103. Polly May
73. Polly Clapp                         104. Elizabeth Clapp
74. Nelly Clapp                         105. David Clapp
75. David Clapp                         106. and wife
76. George Clapp                        107. ___ May
77. George Clapp and                    108. and wife
78. wife                                109. George Clapp and
79. Elizabeth Coble                     110. wife
80. Margret Sherer                      111. Christian Clapp and
81. Maria Rudy                          112. wife
82. David Hagy                          113. Catharine May
83. Barbara Feril                       114. Jacob May and
84. Daniel Faust and                    115. wife
85. wife                                116. Jacob Sutz and
86. Adam Ingle and                      117. wife
87. wife                                118. Joseph Amick
88. Catharine Ingle                     119. Margret Neese
89. Philipina Lewey                     120. Mrs. Coble
90. Jacob Clapp Sr. and                 121. Catharine Shepherd
91. wife                                122. George Hoffman
                                        123. Sally Montgomery

Communicants at the Brick Church on November 9, 1823

1.    George Clapp and                  21.   wife
2.    wife                              22.   George Clapp
3.    Tobias May and                    23.   Philip Clapp
4.    wife                              24.   John Clapp
5.    William Albright                  25.   Jacob Shepherd and
6.    Magdalena Albright                26.   wife
7.    Peter Ingold                      27.   Jacob Shepherd
8.    John Swing and                    28.   Barbara Shepherd
9.    wife                              29.   Maria Shepherd
10.    Catharine Swing                  30.   David sutz
11.    Barbara Swing                    31.   Eva Phillipi
12.    John Swing                       32.   Jacob Amick
13.    Joel Swing                       33.   Barney Clapp, of Barney
14.    Samuel Cartner and               34.   David Clapp, of Barney
15.    wife                             35.   Nelly Clapp, of Barney
16.    Margret Cartner                  36.   David Swing and
17.    Ludwig Clapp                     37.   wife
18.    Daniel Albright and              38.   John Clapp
19.    wife                             39.   Jacob Clapp
20.    John Clapp and                   40.   Joshua Clapp
Pg. 68
41. Isom Friddle                        66.   and wife
42. Milly Friddle                       67.   Polly May
43. Elizabeth Clapp                     68.   Milly Friddle
44. Barbara Ingold                      69.   Maria May
45. Magdalena May                       70.   Lewis Boon and
46. Barbara Pheifer                     71.   wife
47. Polly Pheifer                       72.   J. H. Clapp and
48. Sophia Pheifer                      73.   wife and
49. William Albright                    74.   daughter
50. Matthais Swing                      75.   Barbara Shepherd
51. Barbara Swing                       76.   Suffona Shepherd
52. Maria Swing                         77.   Jacob May and
53. Adam Ingle and                      78.   wife
54. wife                                79.   Rosina May
55. Philipina Lewey                     80.   Tobias May
56. Elias May and                       81.   Daniel Clapp and
57. wife                                82.   wife
58. Ludwig May                          83.   Elizabeth Clapp
59. Tobias May                          84.   Daniel Faust
60. Elizabet May                        85.   Frederick Sutz and
61. Eva May                             86.   wife
62. Gabriel Albright                    87.   Molly Lineberry
63. Daniel May                          88.   Charety Lineberry
64. Christian Clapp                     89.   Polly Clapp
65. David Clapp                         90.   Maria Moser

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John Rudy June 6, 1824

 1.   Petrus Ingold and                 26.   Jacob Clapp and
 2.   wife                              27.   wife
 3.   Philip Clapp                      28.   Joshua Clapp
 4.   Elias May and                     29.   Tobias May and
 5.   wife                              30.   wife
 6.   Matthais Swing                    31.   Daniel Faust and
 7.   Barbara Swing                     32.   wife
 8.   Maria Swing                       33.   Jacob May and
 9.   William Albright                  34.   wife
10.   Valentine Pheifer                 35.   Daniel Albright and
11.   Barbara Pheifer                   36.   wife
12.   Elizabeth Pheifer                 37.   Sally Montgomery
13.   Sophia Pheifer                    38.   Magdalena Hagy
14.   Polly Pheifer                     39.   Henry Clapp and
15.   George Friddle                    40.   wife and
16.   George Clapp and                  41.   daughter
17.   wife                              42.   Barbara Ingold
18.   Magdalena Starr                   43.   Polly Pheifer
19.   Barbara Greeson                   44.   Daniel Albright and
20.   John Clapp and                    45.   wife
21.   wife                              46.   Daniel Clapp
22.   Barbara Clapp                     47.   John Faust
23.   Daniel Clapp                      48.   George Hoffman and
24.   David Clapp and                   49.   wife Elizabeth
25.   wife                              50.   Valentina(e*?) Theobalt and
Pg. 69
51. wife                                72.   Maria Moser
52. George May                          73.   John Clapp
53. and wife                            74.   Jacob Amick
54. George Clapp and                    75.   David Swing and
55. wife and                            76.   wife
56. daughter                            77.   Tobias May
57. John Swing and                      78.   John Clapp
58. wife                                79.   Daniel May and
59. John Swing                          80.   wife
60. Joel Swing                          81.   Martin May
61. Catharine Swing                     82.   Rosina May
62. Barbara Swing                       83.   Elizabeth Clapp
63. Frederick Sutz                      84.   William Lineberry
64. Margret Sutz                        85.   Catherine Lineberry
65. Barney Ingle and                    86.   Elizabeth Neese
66. daughter                            87.   Maria Rudy
67. Barbara Shoffner                    88.   Rev. John Rudy
68. Samuel Cartner and
69. wife
70. Maria Cartner
71. Margret Cartner

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John Rudy Nov. 6, 1824
*---(is this an accidental repeat?*)
 1. George Clapp                         30. Joseph Amick
 2. Tobias May                           31. Maria Bower
 3. Elizabeth Clapp *                    32. Barbara Ingold
 4. Tobias May                           33. Magdalena Hagy
 5. Elizabeth Clapp                      34. Sophia Pheifer
 6. and daughter                         35. Polly Pheifer
 7. John Swing                           36. George Clapp
 8. and wife                             37. Jacob Cartner and
 9. John Swing                           38. wife
10. Joel Swing                           39. Ludwig May and
11. Catharine Swing                      40. wife
12. Barbara Swing                        41. Jacob May and
13. John Clapp                           42. wife
14. (?)                                  43. Polly May
15. George Clapp                         44. David Swing and
16. Henry May                            45. wife
17. Phillip Clapp                        46. John Clapp
18. William Albright                     47. Gabriel Albright
19. Valentine Theobalt and               48. Annie May
20. wife and                             49. Jacob Clapp
21. son                                  50. Joshua Clapp
22. Chrisitan Clapp and                  51. Maria May
23. wife                                 52. Elizabeth Clapp
24. Elias May and                        53. Henry Weitzel
25. wife                                 54. Daniel Albright and
26. Jacob Amick                          55. wife
27. David Sutz                           56. Daniel Faust and
28. Eva Phillipi                         57. wife
29. George Friddle                       58. Matthais Swing
Pg. 70

59.   Catharine May                     67.   Hartwell Hoffman
60.   Tobina May                        68.   Maria Moser
61.   Daniel Clapp                      69.   Lewis Boon
62.   J. Henry Clapp                    70.   and wife
63.   and daughter                      71.   Jacob Amick
64.   Barney Clapp                      72.   Ludwig Clapp
65.   Polly Clapp                       73.   Maria Rudy
66.   Nelly Clapp                       74.   Rev. John Rudy

Communicants at Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John Rudy April 24, 1825.
Names of members confirmed by Rev. John Rudy April 23, 1825.

 1.   John Shepherd                     41.   Catharine Neese
 2.   Solomon May                       42.   Elizabeth Keck
 3.   Joshua Weitzel                    43.   Margret Crosbie
 4.   Gabriel Coble                     44.   Jane Corsbie
 5.   Abraham Clapp                     45.   Peggy Sherer
 6.   Jacob Clapp                       46.   William Albright
 7.   Solomon Clapp                     47.   Joshua Clapp
 8.   Jonathon Pheifer                  48.   Elias May
 9.   George Clapp                      49.   Joel Swing
10.   Jonathon May                      50.   Tobias May
11.   David Clapp                       51.   Williams Albright
12.   Henry Friddle                     52.   Eva May
13.   Katy Loy                          53.   Magdalena Albright
14.   Naoma Burns                       54.   Daniel May
15.   Peggy Coble                       55.   Rosina May
16.   Margret Vogt                      56.   Polly Pheifer
17.   Elizabeth Clapp                   57.   J. Henry Clapp
18.   Jane Hobs                         58.   and wife
19.   Elizabeth Clapp                   59.   George Clapp
20.   Elizabeth Amick                   60.   Jacob Clapp
21.   Catharine Sutz                    61.   Tobias May
22.   Nancy Burns                       62.   and wife
23.   George Clapp                      63.   John Corsbie
24.   and wife                          64.   Daniel Clapp
25.   and daughter                      65.   and wife
26.   Eva Phillipi                      66.   Catharine May
27.   Samuel Cartner                    67.   Elizabeth Clapp
28.   and wife                          68.   Peter Cartner
29.   Petere Ingold                     69.    and wife
30.   Henry Reitzel                     70.   Daniel Albright
31.   Jacob May and                     71.   and wife
32.   wife                              72.   Jacob Cartner
33.   Polly May                         73.   and wife
34.   John Swing                        74.   Madalena Sutz
35.   Jacob Amick                       75.   Barbara Ingold
36.   Jacob Weitzel                     76.   Valentine Theobalt
37.   Jacob Amick                       77.   and wife
38.   David Sutz                        78.   and son
39.   Henry May                         79.   Molly May
40.   George May                        80.   Barbara Shepherd
Pg. 71

81.   Susanna Bain                       99.    Phillip Clapp
82.   Maria Shepherd                    100.    Molly May
83.   Barbara Shepherd                  101.    Christian Clapp
84.   J.Henry Clapp                     102.    and wife
85.   and wife                          103.    Katy Ingle
86.   Elizabeth Clapp                   104.    Barbara May
87.   Gabriel Albright                  105.    Barbara Clapp
88.   David Swing                       106.    Maria May
89.   and wife                          107.    Molly Fogleman
90.   Polly Hobs                        108.    Maria Swing
91.   Daniel Fause                      109.    Polly Friddle
92.   and wife                          110.    Matthais Swing
93.   John Swing                        111.    Maria Rudy
94.   and wife                          112.    Rev. John Rudy
95.   Catharine Swing                   113.    Rev. William Paisley
96.   Barbara Swing                     114.    Joseph Gibson
97.   Adam Ingle                        115.    Hartwell Hoffman
98.   and wife

Communicants at the Brick Church by Rev. William Paisley of the Presbyterian
Church on May 7, 1826

 1.   George Clapp                      30.    Sally Boon
 2.   and wife                          31.    David Clapp
 3.   Jacob Clapp                       32.    and wife Delila
 4.   Elizabeth Clapp                   33.    Polly Pheifer
 5.   Barney Clapp                      34.    Katy Loy
 6.   and wife                          35.    Johathan Pheifer
 7.   David Clapp                       36.    John Swing
 8.   Nelly Clapp                       37.    and wife Elizabeth
 9.   Polly Clapp                       38.    Barbara Swing
10.   Tobias May                        39.    Tobias May
11.   Daniel Faust                      40.    and wife Katy
12.   and wife Mary                     41.    Solomon May
13.   John Clapp                        42.    Jonathan May
14.   and wife Katy                     43.    Gabriel Albright
15.   George Clapp                      44.    Solomon Clapp
16.   Elizabeth clapp                   45.    Joel Swing
17.   Abraham Clapp                     46.    Hezakiah Coble
18.   Elizabeth Clapp                   47.    Daniel Clapp
19.   William Albright                  48.    J.Henry Clapp
20.   Jacob Clapp                       49.    Elizabeth Clapp
21.   Valentine Pheifer                 50.    Joshua Clapp
22.   Polly May                         51.    Hartwell Hoffman
23.   Barbara Shepherd                  52.    and wife Elizabeth
24.   Polly Starr                       53.    Jacob May
25.   Elizabeth Clapp                   54.    and wife Barbara
26.   Peggy Corsbie                     55.    John Albright
27.   Nancy Friddle                     56.    and wife
28.   Peggy Cartner                     57.    Elias May
29.   George Hoffman                    58.    and wife Eva
Pg. 72
Communicants at the Brick Church held by Rev. William Paisley November 11,
1827.

 1.   George Clapp Sr.                  28.   Nancy Findley
 2.   and wife Elizabeth                29.   George Clapp
 3.   Jacob Clapp                       30.   and wife Barbara
 4.   Elizabeth Clapp                   31.   Gurley Greeson
 5.   Daniel Clapp                      32.   Eva Phillipi
 6.   and wife Polly                    33.   Elizabeth Pheifer
 7.   Daniel Faust                      34.   Katy Low
 8.   Tobias May                        35.   Barney Clapp
 9.   and wife                          36.   and wife Judith
10.   J. H. Clapp                       37.   Nelly Clapp
11.   Hartwell Hoffman                  38.   John Corsbie
12.   and wife                          39.   David Swing
13.   John Clapp                        40.   and wife Mary
14.   and wife Katy                     41.   Jonathon Pheifer
15.   George Clapp                      42.   Solomon Clapp
16.   Elizabeth Clapp                   43.   Laama Burns
17.   George Hoffman                    44.   David Corsbie
18.   William Albright                  45.   Joel Swing
19.   George Friddle                    46.   Hezekiah Coble
20.   and wife Barbara                  47.   Gabriel Coble
21.   John Swing                        48.   Perry Lewey
22.   and wife Elizabeth                49.   Katy Clapp
23.   Barbara Swing                     50.   Joshua Clapp
24.   William A. Carrigan               51.   Ezekiel DeVault
25.   Jacob Clapp                       52.   Barbara DeVault
26.   Christian Clapp                   53.   William Sheppard
27.   and wife Katy

Communicants at the Brick Church held by Rev. William Paisley May 6, 1827

 1.   Barney Clapp                      21.   George Clapp
 2.   and wife                          22.   Elizabeth Clapp
 3.   Sallie Kime                       23.   David Clapp
 4.   Nelly Clapp                       24.   Peggy Sherer
 5.   Polly Clapp                       25.   George Clapp
 6.   Leorge Clapp Sr. (George?*)       26.   and wife Barbara
 7.   and wife                          27.   Elias May
 8.   Elizabeth Clapp                   28.   and wife Eva
 9.   Jacob Clapp                       29.   Valentine Pheifer
10.   Jacob Clapp Capt.                 30.   Leizabeth Pheifer
11.   Polly Starr                       31.   John Swing Sr.
12.   Polly Pheifer                     32.   and wife Elizabeth
13.   Katy Loy                          33.   Barbara Swing
14.   Lavoma Burns                      34.   Christian Clapp
15.   Nancy Thompson                    35.   and wife Katy
16.   Elizabeth Corsbie                 36.   Samuel Cartner
17.   Peggy Cartner                     37.   and wife Jane
18.   Barbara Nees                      38.   Solomon Clapp
19.   John Clapp                        39.   William Albright
20.   and wife Katy                     40.   Tobias May
Pg. 73
41. and wife                            52.   J. H. Clapp
42. Jonathan May                        53.   Elizabeth Clapp
43. John Swing                          54.   Daniel Clapp
44. David Corsbie                       55.   and wife Polly
45. David Swing                         56.   Daniel Faust
46. Joel Swing                          57.   and wife Mary
47. Gabriel Albright                    58.   Jonathan Pheifer
48. John Corsbie                        59.   Polly Pheifer
49. Joshua Clapp                        60.   Adam Ingold
50. Gabriel Coble                       61.   Jane Ingold
51. Adam Ingle

Communicants at the Brick Church held by Rev. William Paisley April 6, 1828

 1.   George Clapp                      27.   Christian Faust
 2.   and wife Elizabeth                28.   Valentine Pheifer 1
 3.   Tobias May                        29.   _______    Pheifer 2
 4.   and wife                          30.   _______    Pheifer 3
 5.   Daniel Faust                      31.   _______    Pheifer 4
 6.   and wife Mary                     32.   Nancy Findley
 7.   Dnaiel Clapp                      33.   Eva Phillipi
 8.   David swing                       34.   Barbara Shepherd
 9.   and wife Mary                     35.   Polly Starr
10.   Jacob Clapp                       36.   Abraham Clapp
11.   Perry Lewey                       37.   and wife Elizabeth
12.   John Swing                        38.   Christian Clapp
13.   and wife Elizabeth                39.   and wife Katy
14.   Barbara Swing                     40.   Solomon Clapp
15.   Jacob May                         41.   Jacob Clapp
16.   and wife                          42.   Joshua Clapp
17.   Jacob Friddle                     43.   Joel Swing
18.   and wife                          44.   Gabriel Albright
19.   Henry Friddle                     45.   John Corsbie
20.   and wife                          46.   Elizabeth Clapp
21.   William Albright                  47.   J. H. Clapp
22.   John Swing Jr.                    48.   David Corsbie
23.   John Clapp                        49.   Katy Brower
24.   and wife Katy
25.   Elizabeth Clapp
26.   George Clapp

Communicants at the Brick Church held by Rev. William Paisley October 4, 1828

 1.   George Clapp and                  10.   J. H. Clapp
 2.   wife Elizabeth                    11.   Perry Lewey
 3.   and daughter                      12.   Peggy Cartner
 4.   Tobias May                        13.   Jacob Clapp
 5.   and wife                          14.   Peggy Corsbie
 6.   Daniel Faust                      15.   Nancy Thompson
 7.   and wife Mary                     16.   Peggy Sherer
 8.   Daniel Clapp                      17.   John Clapp and
 9.   and wife Polly                    18.   wife Katy
Pg. 74
19. George Clapp                        29.   Christian Faust
20. Elizabeth Clapp                     30.   Elizabeth Clapp
21. William Clapp                       31.   Solomon Clapp
22. Abraham Clapp and                   32.   David Corsbie
23. wife Elizabeth                      33.   Joshua Clap
24. Barney Clapp and                    34.   Katy Loy
25. wife Judith                         35.   Barbara Shepherd
26. Valentine Pheifer                   36.   Heziekiah Coble
27. ____      Pheifer                   37.   John Corsbie
28. _____     Pheifer

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John H. Crawford June 7,
1827.

 1.    George Clapp                     27.   Christian Clapp
 2.    and wife                         28.   And wife
 3.    and daughter Elizabeth           29.   Katy Fogleman
 4.    and son Jacob                    30.   Joel Swing
 5.    Tobias May and                   31.   Eva Phillipi
 6.    wife                             32.   Caty Loy
 7.    Daniel Clapp                     33.   J. M. Clapp
 8.    Daniel Faust                     34.   and wife
 9.    and wife                         35.   Solomon Clapp
10.    John Clapp                       36.   Joshua Clapp
11.    David Swing                      37.   Polly Ingle
12.    and wife                         38.   William Albright
13.    John Clapp                       39.   Perry Lewey
14.    and wife                         40.   Nancy Findley
15.    and daughter Elizabeth           41.   George Clapp of P.L.
16.    Samuel Cartner and wife          42.   George Lcapp
17.    Daniel Albright                  43.   Jacob May
18.    and wife                         44.   Elizabeth Clapp of George
19.    Abraham Clapp                    45.   Ezekiel DeVault
20.    George Clapp                     46.   Joshua Butler
21.    Barbara Clapp                    47.   Molly Richerdson
22.    Daniel Clapp                     48.   Solomon May
23.    and wife                         49.   Moser Pitts
24.    David Swing                      50.   Ann. M. Crawford
25.    Christian Clapp                  51.   Rev. John G. Fritshey
26.    and wife                         52.   Rev. John H. Crawford, pastor

Communicants at the Brick Church held by Rev. John H. Crawford, probably
November 1829 but date not given. There was a confirmation held Nov. 1, 1829.
This list is just above the following communicants (initialed wch).

1.    George Clapp                       8.   Daniel Faust and
2.    and wife                           9.   wife
3.    and daughter                      10.   John Clapp
4.    and son Jacob                     11.   David Swing
5.    Daniel Clapp                      12.   and wife
6.    Tobias May                        13.   and daughter
7.    and wife                          14.   J. H. Clapp
Pg. 75
15. and wife                            44. and daughter
16. George May                          45. Katy Soots
17. and wife                            46. Joel Swing
18. John Swing                          47. Hartwell Hoffman
19. Elizabeth Swing                     48. and wife
20. Barbara Swing                       49. Henry Friddle
21. Sophia Pheifer                      50. and wife
22. Elizabeth Pheifer                   51. Polly Pheifer
23. Molly Starr                         53. Jacob May
24. Barbar Shepherd                     54. and wife
25. Nelly Clapp                         55. Jacob Friddle
  Nancy Findley **                      56. and wife
27. Peggy Corsbie                       57. Barbara Clapp, wife of C.
28. Eva Phillipi                        58. the wife of David Ingle
29. George Hoffman                      59. Jonathan Pheifer
30. and wife Elizabeth S                60. John Hoffman
31. Ludwig Clapp                        61. Daniel Albright
32. Catherine Fogleman                  62. and wife
33. Samuel Cartner                      63. Jospeh Gibson *
34. and Wife                            64. Catharine Clapp wife of J.
35. George Clapp of J.                  65. Dilly Clapp wife of D.
36. Margret Shepherd                    66. John Corsbie
37. Jacob Clapp                         67. and wife
38. Abraham Clapp                       68. Polly Staley, wife of Henr
39. Jacob May                           69. Judy Clapp, wife of Barney
40. and wife                            70. Elizabeth Clapp, Gr. Mo.
41. Joshua Clapp                        71. Barbara DeVault
42. David Soots                         72. Anna Maria Crawford
43. William Albright                    73. Mrs. Lineberry
* This is spelling in book              ** Number Missing

Communicants at the Brick Church celebrated by Rev. John H. Crawford Nov. 21,
1830

 1.   George Clapp                      21.   Amelia May
 2.   and wife                          22.   Christian Sharp
 3.   and daughter Elizabeth            23.   and wife
 4.   and daughter Polly                24.   David Ingle
 5.   Barney Clapp                      25.   and wife
 6.   and wife                          26.   Elizabeth Clapp
 7.   and daughter Polly                27.   Judith Clapp
 8.   Daniel Faust                      28.   Eva Phillipi
 9.   and wife                          29.   Catharine Albright
10.   and son Henry                     30.   Turley Greeson
11.   Tobias May                        31.   Elizabeth Swing
12.   and wife                          32.   Molly Starr
13.   and daughter Letty                33.   Barbara Shepherd
14.   and daughter Amelie               34.   Frederick Sherer
15.   John Clapp                        35.   and wife
16.   and wife                          36.   David Soots
17.   and daughter Nelly                37.   Ezekiel Devault
18.   and daughter Elizabeth            38.   Lewis Foust
19.   Polly Lewey                       39.   J. George Clapp
20.   Nancy Findley                     40.   and wife
Pg. 76

41.   Elizabeth Clapp          65.   and wife
42.   Sally Clapp              66.   Jacob Clapp of John
43.   Catharine Clapp          67.   George Faust
44.   John Clapp of John       68.   and wife
45.   Solomon May              69.   Elizabeth Clapp Sr.
46.   Joel Swing               70.   Daniel Clapp
47.   William Albright         71.   Leayer Greeson
48.   Daniel Clapp of John     72.   John Clapp
49.   John Clapp               73.   Amelia Greeson
50.   Joshua Clapp             74.   George Hoffman of John
51.   Daniel Albright          75.   Jacob Greeson
52.   and wife                 76.   John Low
53.   Sally Montgomery         77.   and wife
54.   J. H. Clapp              78.   Hartwell Hoffman
55.   and wife                 79.   Perry Lewey
56.   and daughter Perry       80.   Bythy Savage
57.   Abraham Clapp            81.   Sally Coble
58.   and wife                 82.   Peggy Neese
59.   George Clapp of Tobias   83.   Sally Jobe
60.   and wife                 84.   John Corsbie
61.   Sally Shepherd           85.   John Faust
62.   Peggy Shepherd           86.   David Clapp
63.   Catharine May            87.   Jacob Clapp
64.   Jacob May                88.   Elizabeth Bowman
Pg. 77
Register of the communicant members of the Brick Church according to a
revision made in March the year 1840. By rev. G. W. Welker.

Jacob Clapp (Miller) of Geo., of Valentine born December 11, 1767 received
about 1784 by rev. John W. Bitham. Married Eva Cartner of Geo. Cartner. Died
Oct. 4, 1846

Mary Shepherd (Clapp), widow of Jacob Shepherd received about May 26, 1776 by
rev. Samuel Suther. Died 18__.

John Clapp of Geo. of Valentine born Jan. 7, 1772 received Sept. 18, 1788 by
Rev. Andrew Loretz. Married Catharine Faust of George and Barbara Kivett.
Died Jun 27, 1866.

Elizabeth Clapp, widow Swing, received Sept. 15, 1788 by Rev. Andrew Loretz.
Moved to Davidson Co. NC.

Anna Barbara May of Daniel, widow of Valentine DeVault born Jan. 1, 177_
received Sept. 15, 1788 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Nov. 16, 1843, lies at
Brick Church.

Elizabeth Clapp of Geo. of Valentine born Jan 21, 1774, received Sept. 15,
1788 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, married Daniel Albright, postmaster, died Sep. 9,
1842.

George Clapp of Geo. of Valentine born Sept. 14, 1776, received Feb. 12,
1791(2?) by Rev. Andrew Loretz, married Elizabeth Albright of John, died July
3, 1846. Brick House Geo. Clapp.

Margret Cartner received Feb. 12, 1791 by Rev. Andrew Loretz.

Eva Bower, widow Phillip Shoe, received Feb. 12, 1791 by Rev. Andrew Loretz.

Eva Cartner of Geo. Born May 15, 1770 received Feb. 12, 1791 by Rev. Andrew
Loretz, married Jacob Clapp of George of Valentine, Died June 12, 1850.

Dorothy Ingle wife of Isaac Greeson received Feb. 12, 1791 by Rev. Andrew
Loretz, married Isaac Greeson died 1855.

Magdalena Cartner widow Coble received Sept. 19, 1795 by Rev. Andrew Loretz,
joined the Methodist Church.

Henry May received Oct. 20, 1793 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Aug. 3, 1844.

Daniel Albright of Ludwig born Jan. 30, 1771 received at Friedens by Rev.
Schnoider, married Elizabeth Clapp (of Geo. of Valentine). He was postmaster
a long time, died April 26, 1843.

Samuel Cartner received Nov. 1, 1800 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died May 31, 1844.

Barbara Ingold, widow of Peter, received Nov. 1, 1800 by Rev. Andrew Loretz.
Pg. 78
Henry Barnhart of Henry and Gertrude born Jan. 7, 1779 received Nov. 1, 1800
by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died July 22, 1853, lies at Brick Church.

George Friddle received Nov. 1, 1800 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Dec. 27,
1844.

Elizabeth Albright, wife of Geo. Clapp Jr. (Brick House) of Geo. Clapp Sr.
born Oct.13, 1781, received Nov. 1, 1800 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Dec. 29,
1843.

Catharine Clapp, wife of John Clapp Sr. born Jan. 27, 1783 received Nov. 1,
1800 by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Dec. 21, 1866.

Daniel Clapp, Col., of George of Valentine born July 19, 1787 received Oct. 1,
1802 by Rev. Henry Diffenbach, died 186_, lies at St. Marks Church.

Daniel Faust of George and Barbara Kivett born Oct 13, 1788, received at
Stoner Church by Rev. Andrew Loretz, died Feb. 28, 1882, lies at Brick Church.

Daniel Clapp of John (Hatter) born July 22, 1805, received Nov. 22, 1822 by
Rev. John Rudy, lies at Brick Church.

Joel Swing received November 22, 1822 by Rev. John Rudy, moved to Davidson.
Died.

Jacob Shepherd of Jacob received Nov. 22, 1822, by Rev. John Rudy, died.

Mary Swing, wife of Joshua Clapp, of Jacob, of Felty, received Nov. 22, 1822
by Rev. John Rudy, died.

Rosina May, wife of Nelson Kellam received Nov 22, 1822 by Rev. John Rudy,
moved out of the congregation, returned 1847.

Susanna Shepherd, widow Ban, received Nov. 22, 1822, by Rev. John Rudy, went
west.

Barbara Swing, present wife of Henry Swing of Conrad received Nov. 22, 1822 by
Rev. John Rudy, went west.

Milly Friddle received Nov. 22, 1822, by Rev. John Rudy, died.

Joshua Clapp of Jacob (Miller) of George of Valentine born Sept. 6, 1806
received Nov. 22, 1822, by Rev. John Rudy, died Dec. 1, 1892 lies at Brick
Church.

Abraham Clapp of William of Geo. of Valentine born Aug 28, 1808 received April
23, 1825 by Rev. John Rudy, died June 4, 1884, lies at Brick Church.

Jacob R. Clapp of Geo. (Brick House) of Geo. of Valentine born April 21, 1824
received April 23, 1825, by Rev. John Rudy, married Reinhart, died.

Catharine Low of Geo. Loy received April 2, 1825 by Re. John Rudy, died.

Elizabeth Clapp of John Clapp received April 2, 1825, by Rev. John Rudy.
Pg. 79
Sally Weitzel of Billie, wife of Jacob Shepherd received at Freidens, died
Dec. 23, 1891.

Mary May of John received Oct. 16, 1813 by Rev. Jacob R. Reily, died.

Anna May of John received Oct. 16, 1813 by Rev. Jacob R. Reily.

Catharine Albright of William, widow of John Shepherd received Oct. 16, 1813,
by Rev. Jacob R. Reily.

Barbara Shepherd, widow of George Friddle, received Oct. 16, 1813, by Rev.
Jacob R. Reily.

Lewis Boon received Oct. 16, 1813, by Rev. Jacob R. Reily, married Sarah Clapp
of Jacob and Eva.

Jane Hofheins, wife of Samuel Cartner received at Freidens.

Polly Weitzel, wife of Henry Staley, received by Rev. William Hauck, died
1847.

Gabriel Albright of John of Capt. William born Aug. 16, 1798 received at
Friedens by Rev. William Hauk, died (single) June 28, 1886.

Joshua Clapp received April 10, 1819 by Rev. John Ebaugh, died, lies at Brick
Church.

Elizabeth Clapp of George Sr. born Jan. 21, 1774, received April 10, 1819 by
Rev. John S. Ebaugh, died Sept. 9, 1842.

Elizabeth DeVault, of Valentine, now widow Hartwell Hoffman, born Sept 25,
1801 received April 10, 1819 by Rev. John S. Ebaugh, died May 11, 1886, lies
at Brick Church

Sarah Albright, now Mrs. Montgomery, received April 10, 1819 by Rev. John S.
Ebaugh, died Oct. 7, 1844.

Barbara Clapp of John, wife of Daniel Shoffner born May 10, 1800, received
April 2, 1820 by Rev. George Leidy, married Daniel Shoffner, died July 17,
1860, lies at St. Pauls.

Tobias May of Henry received at Freidens by Rev. William Hauck, died.

Barbara Albright, wife of Tobias May of Henry received at Freidens by Rev.
William Hauck, died. [ dau - Ludwig - sister Geo m. Marie Clap ]

Elizabeth Clapp of Henry, wife of Abaham Clapp of Wm. born Dec. 11, 1805,
received April 2, 1820, by Rev. George Leidy, died Jan. 26, 1886.

Magdalene May, wife of Henry Friddle received Oct. 16, 1813, by Rev. Jacob R.
Reily, died.

John Hobbs received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H. Crawford, died Sept. 8,
1846. Jacob May received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H. Crawford, died.
Pg. 80
David Ingle of Barney born 1796 received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H.
Crawford, died March, 191878. Lies at Springwood.

John Clapp of John Henry received Oct. 31, 1829 by rev. John H. Crawford,
moved to Indiana in 1839. Regularly dismissed.

Elizabeth Clapp of John of Barney received Oct 21, 1829 by Rev. John H.
Crawford, married and moved away, died.

Judith Clapp of John of Barney received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John Crawford,
moved to Illinois in 1839
Philippina Clapp of John Henry, now Mrs. Watson received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev.
John H. Crawford, died.

Sally Clapp of John of Geo. of Valentine, now wife of Hillary Hoffman,
received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H. Crawford, died.[ not Valentine - was
Ludwig - Valentine was of Phillip]

Sally Shepherd, wife of John Albright of Capt. Wm. received Oct, 31, 1829 by
Rev. John H. Crawford, died Sept. 14, 1900.

Polly Lewey of John received Oct. 31, 1829, by John H. Crawford, moved west,
died.

Letty May of Tobias received Oct. 31, 1829, by Rev. John H. Crawford, moved to
Indiana.

Amelia May of Tobias received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H. Crawford, moved to
Indiana, regularly dismissed.

Amelia Cartner of Samuel, wife of William Brown received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev.
John H. Crawford, died.

Polly Clapp of Geo. (Brick House) now Mrs. Wm. Reitzel born May 9, 1813,
received Oct. 31, 1829 by Rev. John H. Crawford, died Aug. 17, 1842.

Mrs. Hobbs, wife of John Hobbs received Oct, 31, 1829, by Rev. John H.
Crawford, died Dec. 12, 1857. [ Catherine Clapp ]

David Hoffman of John of Christian born Dec. 18, 1798 received April 3, 1830
by Rev. John H. Crawford, died Sept. 24, 1884, lies at St. Marks Church.

Henry Faust of Daniel born April 5, 1810 received April 3, 1830 by Rev. John
H. Crawford, died May 20, 1861.

Jacob Clapp of John (Hatter) received April 3, 1830 Rev. J. H. Crawford,
married Tempy Hobbs, died June 16, 1859.

John Clapp of John (Hatter) received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Nelly Clapp of John (Hatter) received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Elizabeth Clapp of John (Hatter) born Dec. 7, 1812 received April 3, 1830 by
Rev. J. H. Crawford.
Pg. 81
Temperance Hobbs of John Born July 12, 1812, received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford, married Jacob Clapp of John (Hatter). Jacob C. was killed in the
Civil War. Died June 1, 1890, lies at Brick Church.

Margaret Shepherd received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Amelia May of Daniel now wife of ____ Shaw, received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford.

Sarah May wife of Daniel May (Tailor) received April 3, 1830 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford, moved to Indiana.

Ambrose Ingold received Oct. 16, 1831 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, moved to Demfrom
Iowa.

Levi Faust of Daniel born Sept. 12, 1814, received Oct. 16, 1831 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford, moved out of the bounds of the congregation 1839.

Sally R. Clapp of Daniel, now wife of Henry Faust. Born Sept. 14, 1814,
received Oct. 16, 1831 by Rev. John R. Rudy, died July 27, 1861.

Joel Ingold confirmed Oct. 21, 1832 by Rev. John H. Crawford, moved to New
Salem, 1839.

Jeremia Ingold of Peter born Sept. 25, 1816 confirmed Oct 21, 1832 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford, In a course of preparation for the ministry in 1872, died Feb,
12, 1893.

Elizabeth A. Clapp of Col. Daniel now wife of Dr. John Brower born Aug 14,
1816 confirmed Oct. 21, 1832 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, then married Dr. Black,
moved out of the congregation.

Daniel Boon of Lewis confirmed Sept. 1, 1833, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Jacob Boon of Lewis confirmed Sept 1, 1833 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Jacob Faust of Daniel born Nov. 12, 1816 confirmed Sept 1, 1833, by Rev. J. H
Crawford, disowned.

John Mitchell confirmed Sept. 1, 1833 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, disowned.

Sally Faust of Daniel, now wife of Daniel Clapp, born Dec. 8, 1818, confirmed
Sept. 1, 1833 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died March 8, 1894 lies at Brick Church.

Polly Albright now wife of A. Kellam confirmed Sept. 1, 1833 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford.

Louisa Reinhart now wife of Joseph E. Albright confirmed May 19, 1839 by Rev.
J. H. Crawford, moved to Catawba, NC, regularly missed.

Mary Faust of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) born Nov. 23, 1825 confirmed May 19,
1839, never married, lies at Springwood.

Fred N. Smith confirmed Oct. 30, 1839, married Eliza Clapp of Col. Daniel went
west.
Pg. 82
John Albright of William confirmed Oct. 30, 1839 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Catharine Faust of Freeland now wife of Daniel Faust born Nov. 24, 1802
confirmed in 1834 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, received on certificate from the
Hawfields Church, died April 11, 1882.

Polly Ingle of Tickle wife of David Ingle born in 1804 received by Rev. J. H.
Crawford, received from the Lutheran Church at Friedens, died March 7, 1871.

Catharine Clapp of Reinhart, wife of Jacob Clapp confirmed in 1830 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford, received from the Ger. Reformed Church at Friedens, died March 7,
1871, lies at Friedens.

Charlotte Swing wife of Joel Swing confirmed by Rev. J. H. Crawford, received
from the Reformed Church in Germany, moved to Davidson, NC.

Mrs. William A. Carrigan confirmed by Rev. J. H. Crawford, received on
certificate from the Ref. Church Stoners Feb. 1840.

Nancy Carrigan wife of William A. Carrigan confirmed by Rev. J. H. Crawford
received on certificate from the Ref. Church at Stoners Feb. 1840.

Hillary Hoffman of Geo. and Elizabeth (Shoffner) born Dec. 8, 1808, confirmed
May 29, 1831 at Friedens by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died Aug. 18, 1866 in Vienna,
IL.

Anna M. Crawford confirmed May 1829 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, moved to Lincoln
Co. NC.

Amelia G. LeSch now wife of Silas Lindsay confirmed Jun 1834 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford, moved to Rowan Co. NC into the Ref. Church.

Adam Clapp confirmed May 17, 1840, by   Rev. J. H. Crawford, died.

Joshua Clapp of (Yost) Joe of Daniel of Ludwig born Jan 19, 1814 confirmed May
17, 1840 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died Feb. 16, 1898, lies at Brick church,
gone to Springwood.

Sally Clapp of (Yost) confirmed May 17, 1840, by Rev. J. H. Crawford, married
Sjep. Copeland, died. (note—"Sjep" is not a typo on my part. I don‘t know
what it stands for.) [Shep ]

Hannah Starr of Abner now wife of Joshua Clapp (Yost) confirmed May 17, 1840,
by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died 1861.

Polly A. Findley confirmed Sept. 1, 1833, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Rachel R. Findley confirmed Sept. 1, 1833, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Eliza Clapp of Col. Daniel now wife of Frederick Smith confirmed Sept. 1, 1833
by Rev. J. H. Crawford. Went west.

Fanny Fisher confirmed Sept. 1, 1833, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Rebecca Ingold now wife of Peter Shoe confirmed Sept. 1, 1833 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford.
Pg. 83
Amelia Ingold confirmed June 15, 1834 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Leah Ingold now wife of John Shoe confirmed June 5, 1854 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford. Moved to Indiana.

Sally Feisher now wife of Joseph Feisher confirmed Sept. 28, 1838, by Rev. J.
H. Crawford, died.

Amelia Johnson now wife of Mr. Staley confirmed Sept. 28, 1838 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford. Moved to Randolph Co. NC and out of the congregation.

Rebecca Ephland of John confirmed Sept. 28, 1838 by Rev. J. H. Crawford,
attached Stoners Church.

Daniel F. Clapp of John of Geo. of Valentine, born Dec. 16, 1816, confirmed
May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford. Died June 17, 1885.

Nathaniel Clapp of Geo. born April 2, 1818, confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford, died Sept. 30, 1838.

David Clapp of John (Hatter) confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H> Crawford.
Moved west.

Joshua Clapp of Jacob of ___ (Cooper) confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford died Aug. 25, 1847.

George Clapp of John (Hatter) confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford
moved west in 1840.

Charles Feisher confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Eliza Greeson now wife of David Weitzel confirmed May 15, 1836, by Rev. J. H.
Crawford.

Elizabeth Friddle confirmed May 16, 1836, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Elizabeth Weitzel now wife of Adam Shepherd confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford.

Polly Swing of Ludwig confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Mary Ann Shepherd of John confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Malinda Wagoner of John confirmed May 15, 1836.
 Pg. 84
Sally Albright of Jonathan of William confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford.

Barbara [Fogleman]Clapp wife of Daniel [Walter] of John (Hatter) confirmed May
15, 1836 by Rev.
J. H. Crawford.

Sally Clapp of John (Hatter) now Mrs. Weitzel confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev.
J. H. Crawford.

Delilah Cartner of Samuel now wife of Joseph Swing born Aug. 14, 1819
confirmed May 15, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died Oct. 8, 1850.

Malinda Boon of Lewis now wife of J. P. Fogleman confirmed by Rev. J. H.
Crawford.

Matilda Boon of Lewis now wife of Peter Fogleman confirmed by Rev. J. H.
Crawford. First married Calvin Pryor.

Joseph Freeland of James confirmed Oct. 16, 1836, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

John Freeland of James confirmed Oct. 16, 1836, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

George Faust of Daniel born March 30, 1821, confirmed Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford.

John J. Clapp of John Sr. (White John) born Sept. 5, 1819, confirmed Oct.16,
1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, died July 23, 1882.

Hampton Johnson confirmed Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, certificate,
moved west.

Rebecca Ingold now wife of Ambrose Ingold confirmed Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J.
H. Crawford. Died Nov. 18, 1842.

Lucy Ann Obrian confirmed Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Cynthia Johnson of William confirmed Oct. 16, 1836, by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Polly (Mary) Barnhart now wife of Henry Barnhart born April 20. 1779 confirmed
Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford. Died June 4, 1860.

Barbara Harried Clapp confirmed April 18, 1837 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, married
Stanly Coble.

Malvina Reinhart confirmed April 18, 1837 by Rev. J. H. Crawford, married and
moved away 1840.

William A. Clapp of Col. Daniel born Jan. 15, 1813, confirmed Nov. 18, 1838 by
Rev. J. H. Crawford, moved to Missouri with certificate.

Martha Clapp of Col. Daniel born 1823, confirmed Nov. 18, 1838 by Rev. J. H.
Crawford, now Mrs. R. L Mebane of Graham, NC, dismissed to Presbyterian
Church.
Pg. 85
Elvi Johnson of Wm. confirmed Oct. 16, 1836 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Sally May of Lewis confirmed Nov. 18, 1838 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Euphenia Wagoner confirmed Nov. 18, 1838 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Catharine B. Shepherd confirmed Nov. 18, 1838 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Catharine May confirmed April 3, 1830 by Rev. J. H. Crawford.

Anne Catharine Weitzel wife of H. Weitzel confirmed Nov. 20, 1842 by Rev. G.
W. Welker, went west.

Maria May of Jacob confirmed Nov. 20, 1842 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Polly Louisa May of Jacob confirmed Nov. 20 1842 by Rev. G. W. Welker. Polly
Maria May of Levi now wife of A. Clapp confirmed Nov. 20, 1842 by Rev. G. W.
Welker suspended for indefinite time.

Elizabeth Wagoner confirmed Nov. 20, 1842 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married
Valentine Cobb.

William Reitzel confirmed May 21, 1843 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Jan 9, 1847.

Delilah Hoffman of Hartwell now wife of Alfred Eulis born Jun 15, 1827,
confirmed May 21, 1843, by Rev. G. W. Welker, died April 5, 1904.

John R. (Rudy) of Hartwell, born July 13, 1824 confirmed May 21, 1843 by Rev.
G. W. Welker. Died Feb. 10, 1899.

Henry Haddock confirmed Oct. 1, 1843 by Rev. G. W. Welker, removed without
certificate.

Jeremiah Clapp born Feb. 4, 1808, confirmed April 28, 1844 by Rev G. W.
Welker, went west on account of Brick Church trouble on that Saturday.

Polly Clapp of Muck George Clapp and wife of Jeremiah confirmed April 28, 1844
by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Thaddeus A. Price of Dr. Price confirmed April 28, 1844 by Rev. G. W. Welker
died Feb. 21, 1848 in Philadelphia PA attending Medical lectures, lies on the
old Barnhart place now.

Juliana D. Welker of Daniel born Oct. 19, 1825, confirmed April 28, 1844 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, moved to Green Castle, IN.

John Bain confirmed Aug. 4, 1844 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Nov. 14, 1879.

Perry Swing, widow of Wm. Clapp, wife of Henry Sr. confirmed Aug. 4, 1844 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, died. The maidens name was Perry Albright and the mother
of Col. Abraham Clapp.
Pg. 86
Abby Welker of Joe Mason, 1st wife of G. Welker born April 26, 1818 confirmed
Oct. 5, 1844 by Rev. Rev. G. W. Welker, dismissed from the Congregational
Church Worcester, Mass. Died.

Polly M. Clapp of J. Henry confirmed Oct. 6, 1844 by Rev. G. W. Welker,
dismissed by certificate, married Reley Clapp, died.

Elizabeth Clapp of Joshua of Jacob of Felty confirmed Oct. 6 1844 by Rev. G.
W. Welker dismissed by certificate, married Riley Clapp, died.

Ruth Ingold of Ambrose confirmed May 18, 1845 by Rev. G. W. Welker by
dismission from Methodist Prot. Church moved to Iowa and died.

Hiram Weitzel confirmed May 18, 1845 by Rev. G. W. Welker, went west.

Joshua Hoffman of Hartwell born Nov. 16, 1825, confirmed May 17, 1846 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, moved to Tennessee first, died July 20, 1911 lies in Rogers Ark.

Daniel P. Foust of Daniel born Oct 25, 1827 confirmed Nov. 7, 1847 by Rev. G.
W. Welker gone to Springwood, died July 20, 1911.

Elvira L. Clapp of John George, wife of Caleb Boone born Aug. 30, 1831
confirmed Nov. 7, 1847 by Rev. G. W. Welker, gone to Springwood died Feb. 11,
1915. Lies at Bethel Church.

Lillian Hoffman of Hartwell and Elizabeth (DeVault) born June 28, 1829
confirmed Nov. 7, 1847 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Rev. Fred R. Scherer and
dismissed to Lutheran Church, died March 12, 1897, lies in Waterville, Kansas.

Nanny e. Friddle confirmed Nov. 7, 1847 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Alfred
Greeson.

Alfhonso G. Clapp of J. George born Nov. 7, 1829, confirmed Oct. 29, 1848 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, gone to Springwood, died July 26, 1906.

Tubal A. Clapp of Abraham born May 28, 1829 confirmed Oct. 29, 1848 by Rev. G.
W. Welker, died in army near Richmond Aug. 23, 1862 at Camp 1st N. C. Troop.

Isaac May confirmed Oct. 29, 1848 by Rev. G. W. Welker, dismissed to Methodist
Prot. Church.

Sarah May confirmed Oct. 29, 1838 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married d. Weitzel.

Polly Isabella Clapp of Col. Abraham confirmed May 6, 1849 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, dismissed to Lows Lutheran Church.

Cleadora T. Clapp of J. George born Feb. 21, 1834, confirmed Nov. 4, 1849 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, married Daniel P. Faust, gone to Springwood, died March 29,
1912.

Martha E. Reitzel born Nov. 12, 1835, confirmed Nov. 4, 1849 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, married Geo. W. Clapp, died Jan. 6, 1896.
Pg. 87
Matilda Ingle of David of Barney confirmed Nov. 4, 1849 by Rev. G. W. Welker,
married Joshua Boon.

Jacob C. Clapp (Rev.) of Capt. Joshua born Sept. 5, 1832, confirmed Nov. 4,
1849 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Emma Lewis of Miss., died July 2, 1910 in
Newton NC.

Samuel Welker of Daniel Sr. born Sept. 28, 1827, confirmed Nov. 4, 1849 by
Rev. G. W. Welker died March 19, 1903, lies at Mr. Hope Church NC.

 Nancy Stockard of second wife of Capt. Joshua Clapp confirmed Nov. 4 1849 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, received on certificate from Methodist Protestant Church,
died in Newton, NC

Nelly Clapp (May) of Levi, wife of Tubal Clapp born July 1832 confirmed April
21, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died July 15, 1804.

John C. Ingle of David born Oct. 26, 1828, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G.
W. Welker, gone to Springwood married a Miss Hurdle, died May 29, 1897.

Sidney Ingle of David confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, went west.

Mebane Ingle of David confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died lies
at Springwood.

Elizabeth Ingle of wife of Mebane Ingle confirmed Oct. 20 1850 by Rev. G. W.
Welker.

Gabriel Fooshee of Joseph born Oct. 26, 1827, confirmed Oct. 20 1850 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, died Sept. 14, 1870 lies at St. Marks.

Damarius Ingle of David born July 13, 1836 received Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G.
W. Welker.

John J. Hoffman of Hillary born Sept. 21, 1833, received Oct. 20 1850 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, married Emily Arch. of Rev. Wm. disowned, died.

Daniel Starr of Abner received Oct. 20 , 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Sarah Starr of wife of Daniel Starr received Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W.
Welker.

Robert L. Mebane received Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Abraham Shepherd of Adam received Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Joshua Shepherd of Adam of Adam received Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.
Pg. 88
Ann J. Clapp of Col. Abraham, wife of Joshua Shepherd received April 20, 1851
by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Malinda E. Flack wife of George Faust received April 20, 1851 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, was a member of the Christian Church of baptism, died lies in
Greensboro, NC.

Willis David (Slave of Capt. Joshua Clapp) received April 20, 1851 by Rev. g.
w. Welker, moved (or taken to Tennessee.

Lemuel (Slave of Daniel Faust) confirmed April 20, 1851 by Rev. G. W. Welker,
moved (or taken) to Tennessee.

Madison Lindsay (Slave of Daniel Faust) confirmed April 20, 1851 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, went west, a fugitive but returned after the war a minister, died.

Monroe (Slave of Daniel Faust) confirmed Oct. 5, 1851 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

William M. Carrigan confirmed May 16, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Maray A. Watson of John, wife of Dan. C. Welker confirmed Aug. 1, 1852, was a
member from Alamance, certificate from Presbyterian Church, died.

Gideon Faust of Daniel born Aug. 7, 1833, confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G.
W. Welker, died Feb. 25, 1916, lies at Alamance Presbyterian Church.

John Ingle of Reuben of Barney born Sept. 7, 1835, confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by
Rev. g. W. Welker, a minister NC Classes, died June 23, 1926, age 90 years 9
months 16 days, lies at China Grove, NC.

Riley Ingle of Reuben of Barney born Jan. 30, 1837, confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by
Rev. G. Welker, died April 28, 1924, lies at Brick church.

John Clapp of Capt. Joshua born March 2, 1838 confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, died Oct. 17, 1910, lies in Greensboro NC.

Simeon R. Clapp of Capt. Joshua born April 21, 1836 confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by
Rev. jG. W. Welker, never married, died Sept. 9, 1889, lies at Brick Church.

Henry Clapp of Capt. Joshua born April 6, 1840 confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, died Aug. 29, 1864, at camp in the war.

Zimri M. Faust of Henry of Daniel born May 20, 1836 confirmed Nov. 21, 1852,
by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Dec. 31, 1927 lies in Burlington, NC.

Henry Low widow Nelly and John confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker
married Martha Watson of John W., died in Illinois.

Flavius E. Clapp of J. George (Roberson Geo.) born April 19, 1837, confirmed
Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Jan. 9, 1915.

William G. Friddle confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.
Pg. 89
Jacob Shepherd of Jacob, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Eliza Shepherd of Jacob, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Joel R. Low of George confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker. Went west.

Addison Low of George, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

David Low of George, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Nelly Hoffman of Hartwell and Elizabeth DeVault of Valentine born June 21,
1831, confirmed by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Robert Wilson, died Aug. 10,
1910, lies at Bethel Church.

Caroline Lucinda Low of John and Nelly born Oct. 16, 1833, confirmed Oct. 20,
1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Duncan Troxler, died Jan, 16, 1892.

Lillian Catharine Low of John confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. Welker.

Barbara A. Faust of Daniel and 2nd wife of Catharine born Jan. 8, 1836,
confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Oct. 31, 1868, lies at Brick
Church.

Attelia DeVault of Gideon born Sept. 2, 1835, confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, married R. O. Sharp, died Oct. 21, 1857, lies at Friedens.

Abi Catharine DeVault of Gideon born June 3, 1837 confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, married J. M. McLean, died July 18, 1909, lies at Friedens.

Delilah May of Tobias born March 15, 1832, confirmed Oct. 20 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, married Jacob Shepherd, died May 30, 1891.

William Bain of widow Bain confirmed Oct. 20, 1850 by Rev. G. W. Welker, moved
west.

Cornelia Weitzel confirmed Nov, 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married George
Coble.

Martha H. Clapp of Col. Abraham confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Mary Twitzel confirmed Nov 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.
Pg. 90
Maria A. Clapp of J. George confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Louisa A. Clapp of J. George confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Delilah Shepherd confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Mary J. Faust of Henry confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker, dismissed
to the M. P. Church.

Harriet Low of widow Nelly now wife of Levi Barnhart born Sept. 22, 1836
confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died Feb. 21, 1911.

William Greeson of wid. C. confirmed Nov. 21, 1852 by Rev. G. W. Welker,
disowned.

Thankful confirmed May 15, 1833 by Rev. G. W. Welker, slave of James Gilmer,
wife of Willis, slave of Joshua, died.

Reuben confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave of G. B. Clapp.

Lewis confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave of G. B. Clapp.

Campbell confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave of G. B.
Clapp.

Dennis confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave of George
Faust.

Rosa confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave of Daniel Faust.

Letitia confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died slave Daniel Faust.

Emily Shepherd of widow Sally confirmed, May 7, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Christina Goley.   Date of confirmation and by whom unknown.    Married Martin
Staley.

Gideon Greeson of Solomon confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Joseph W. Faust of Daniel and Catharine 2nd wife born March 25, 1837 confirmed
Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, lies at Springwood.

James F. Clapp of Jerry of Col. Daniel confirmed     Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, killed by a tree, lies at Brick Church.

Alexander May, of Tobias confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Rufus Ingle of David of Barney born Feb. 1, 1838, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854, by
Rev. G. W. Welker, died May 17, 1917 (A confederate Soldier), lies at
Burlington, NC.

Levi Barnhart of henry of Henry born Nov. 3, 1834 confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by
Rev. G. w. Welker, married Barbara Harried Low of widow Nelly and John Low,
died April 3, 1917.

Henry C. Clapp confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev.     G. W. Welker, moved to
Tennessee.
Pg. 91
Catharine W. Hoffman of Hilliary born Dec. 14, 1835, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854
by Rev. G. W. Welker, moved to Tennessee.

Sarah Ellen Hoffman of Hilliary born Dec. 14, 1838, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, moved to Tennessee, lies in Illinois.

Louise C. Faust of Daniel and 2nd wife born Aug. 8, 1843, confirmed Oct. 15,
1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, married Dr. Kivett Faust, died Oct. 18, 1908, lies
at Stoners Church.

Joanna Clapp of Daniel confirmed Oct. 15, 1854, by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Elizabeth Fooshee of Gabriel confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Temperance May of Tobias confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.   Welker.

E. Jane Greeson of Solomon born June 24, 1840 confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev.
G. W. Welker, died June 23, 1864, lies at Brick Church.

Elizabeth A. Greeson of Solomon confirmed Oct, 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

E. Carolina Low of _____ confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Calvin N. Pryor born July 12, 1830, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.
Welker.

Mrs. E. H. Clapp of Lewis confirmed Oct, 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.
E. J. Shepherd confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Myra Mason of Joe and Malinad (Allen) Mason, Prinston, Mass. Born April 4,
1835, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker, died July 18, 1855, lies
at Brick Church.

Alexander, slave of Daniel Faust, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.
Welker, was coachman for Daniel Faust, was killed by a falling tree on the
Hillary Shepherd land.

Isabel, slave of W. Rankin Smith confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Caroline, slave of John Clapp, Sr. confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.
Welker.

Leethe, slave of widow Nelly Low, confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W.
Welker.

Louisa, slave of E. N. McLean confirmed Oct. 15, 1854 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Elizabeth Faust of George of Daniel born Feb. 6, 1841 confirmed May 6, 1855 by
Rev. G. W. Welker, married George, Patterson, died May 22, 1866.

Edward, slave of Daniel Faust confirmed May 6, 1855 by Rev. G. W. Welker.

Mary Eliza, slave of John Wharton confirmed May 6, 1855 by Rev. G. W. Welker.
Pg. 92
Louisa M. Mason of Joe and Malinda (Allen Mason), 2nd wife of G. W. Welker born
May 1, 1827, confirmed Sept. 30, 1855 by Rev. G. W. Welker, Dismissed from
Cong. Church, Westminister, Mass., died March 1, 1858.

Washington Denny confirmed Sept. 30, 1855 by Rev. G. W. Welker, moved to __
County, NC.

Elizabeth Albright confirmed Sept. 30, 1855 by Rev. G. W. Welker, wife of
Aquila Lineberry.

Martha Virginia Barnhart confirmed Oct. 2, 1859 by Rev. G. W. Welker, went
west.

Martha Maria, slave of Capt. Joshua Clapp, confirmed Oct. 2, 1859.

Israel R. Clapp of Jacob of Brick House Geo. Clapp born Feb. 7, 1854, died
April 29, 1833, lies at Bethel Chruch.

Malvina Donnell wife of Green Wharton born Sept. 30, 1823, died Sept. 6, 1902,
lies at Daniels Church in Lincoln County.
Pg. 93
                MARRIAGE RECORD OF THE REFORMED AT BRICK CHURCH

Barney Swing, the son of Lewis Swing and Anna Maria Neese were married March
24, 1772.

John Moritz and Mary Elizabeth Meyer were married April 28, 1772.

The honorable Jacob Clapp, of Ludwig, and modest virgin Barbara Faust were
married Dec. 1, 1772.

John Weitzel and Anna Maria Trogin were married April 22, 1773.

Adam Starr and Margret Weitzel were married April 22, 1773.

Henry Barnhart and Gertrude Swing, daughter of Ludwig Swing and wife Maria Eva
were married April 5, 1774.

John Starr and Catharine Weitzel were married Jan. 25, 1776.

Jacob Starr and Ana Maria Weitzel were married Jan. 25, 1776.

John May, son of Daniel May, and Magdalena Trogin were married June 25, 1776.


Peter Ingold and Christina Streter (Strader) were married by a Justice Oct.
11, 1774.

Christian Faust and Anna Wolf were married Sept. 17, 1776.

Daniel (W)icks and Elizabeth Weitzel, daughter of Henry Weitzel, were married
Feb. 23, 1779.

Matthais Swing and Marey Barbara Clapp, daughter of Phillip Clapp, were
married April 6, 1779.

Adam Luger and Anna Margret Clapp were married June 22, 1780.

Rev. Henry Diffenback married the following:

John Clapp, son of Ludwig Clapp, and March Coble, daughter of Ludwig Coble,
were married Dec. 10, 1801.

William Clapp, son of Ludwig Clapp, and Elizabeth Faust, daughter of Peter
Faust, were married Dec. 10, 1801.

Adam Low, son David Low, and Susanna Barnhart, daughter of Henry Barhart were
married Feb. 25, 1802.
Pg. 94
John Clapp, son of Jacob Clapp and Margret Hoffman daughter of John Hoffman,
were married April 13, 1801. Marriage Bond is 1802. Jacob Clapp was I think
of Ludwig the 1st (author‘s comment not mine—Mara).

George Neese, son of George Neese, and Barbara Faust, daughter of Christian
Faust, were married Oct. 14, 1802.

John Fogleman, son of Melchiar Fogleman, and Elizabeth Albright, daughter of
Jacob Albright, were married Jan. 13, 1803.

George Faust, from the Kliush son of John Faust, and Catharine Hagy, daughter
of Conrad Hagy, were married Feb. 15, 1803.

George Troxler, son of Barney Troxler, and Margret Coble, of John, were
married April 7, 1803.

Anthony Coble, son of Anthony Coble Sr., and Maria Barbara Sommers, daughter
of Peter Sommers, were married May 31, 1803.

John Garrett, son of Henry Garrett, and Barbara Ingold, daughter of Peter
Ingold, were married Feb. 12, 1804.

David Hiat, son of Jacob Hiat Sr., and Maria Dick, daughter of Peter Dick were
married April April 5, 1804.

Conrad Swing, son of Matthais Swing, and Catharine Phillippi, daughter of John
Phillippi, were married May, 17, 1804.

Peter Sommers, son of John Sommers (dead) and Sarah Gruber, daughter of Peter
Gruber, were married Aug. 26, 1804.

Frederick Grausler (Grauster) and Agnes Stuard were married Oct. 11, 1804.

Christian Eisley (Isley), son of Baltzer Eisley, and Hanna Zimmerman, daughter
of George Zimmerman, were married Dec. 11, 1804.

Jacob Cline, son Christopher Cline, and Catharine Wagerman (widow) were
married Jan. 29, 1805.

Leonard Phillippi, son of John Phillippi, and Margret Coble daughter of George
Coble were married Feb. 21, 1805.

Nicklaus Amick, son of Peter Amick, and Sarah Faust, daughter of Peter Faust,
were married April 4, 1805.
Pg. 95
John Ingold, son of Peter Ingold, and Dorothy Anthony, daughter of John
Anthony, were married Jan. 30, 1806. [ Son or brother of Jacob Anthony?]

Jacob Hiat, son of Jacob Hiat, dead, and Maria Coble, daughter of David Coble
and were married Jan. 30, 1806.

William Clapp, son of George Clapp, and Philippina Albright, daughter of
George Albright, were married Dec. 18, 1806.

Peter Gruber, son of Peter Gruber, and Philepina Ingle, daughter of George
Ingle. Were married Dec. 30, 1806.

Henry Phillippi, son of John Phillippi, and Wlizabeth Weitman, daughter of    of
Matthais Weitman, were married Jan. 15, 1807.

Jacob Clapp, son of Jacob Clapp, and Rosina Sommers, daughter of Peter
Sommers, were married Feb. 12, 1807 (Jacob Clapp Jr. "Roper Jacob").

David Low, son of Davie Low, and Catharine Hoffheines, daughter of Daniel
Hoffheins, were married March 3, 1807.

Daniel Clapp, son of George Clapp and Maria Holt, daughter of Jeremiah Holt,
were married March 24, 1807.

George Cartner, son of Samuel Cartner, and Christian Hoffheins, daughter of
Daniel Hoffheins, were married March 17, 1808.
Pg. 96
RECORDS OF BURYINGS IN THE BRICK CHURCH CEMETERY
(copied from Old Book see page 208)

Anna Maria Clapp, wife of Tobias Clapp, died Aged 33 years, 10 months and had
lived with her husband 13 years and had 6 children, 2 daughters and 4 sons.
Died Oct. 9, 1776.

Mrs. Lewenberger died Sept. 11, 177 aged 76 years, 8 months, 3 weeks and 4
days. She had 13 children, 4 sons living. Born Dec. 16, 1700.

Jacob Starr‘s wife, Anna Maria, daughter of Henry Weitzel died Feb. 25, 1779
aged 20 years, 6 months and left 2 children.

Barney (Barhart) Swing lost one little son Oct. 13, 1779.

Barney Clapp lost one little son Nov. 29, 1779, named John Ludwig, age 14 days.
(Barney and Philepina(Moser) Clapp).

Barney Clapp‘s wife, Philipina, daughter of Adam Moser. She was married 20
years and 3 months and had 13 children of which only 6 are living. She died
Jan 12, 1780 aged 38 years, 2 weeks and 4 days. Born Dec. 24, 1741.

George Clapp‘s daughter died July 20, 1780 aged 1 year, 9 months and 4 dys.
Her name was Anna Margret.

Conrad Swing, son of Ludwig Swing died April 24, 1781, aged 25 years, His
funeral text was Psalm 57,1,1.

Barney Swing, son of Ludwig Swing died April 25, 1781 aged 37 years. He was
married 9 years, 1 month and 1 day with Anna Maria Neese, daughter of _____
Neese. She had 5 children, 3 sons and 2 daughters of which 4 are living, 2
sons and 2 daughters.

John Weitzel died April 2, 17__ aged 31 years, 1 week and 4 days. He was
married to Anna Maria Troy, daughter of Jacob Troy. She was married 7 years,
11 months, 1 week and 1 day. Had 4 children, 2 sons and 2 girls.

William Shepherd died Sept 2, 1801 aged 72 years and several months old and
was married 46 years and 3 months. Had 9 children. Her sickness was the
dropsy. Born 1729.

Matthais Swing‘s wife died July 9, 1805. She was 37 years, 4 months and 4
days old. She was married 11 years, 3 months and 3 weeks. She had four
children.
Pg. 97
Valentine Clapp died Oct. 12, 1773 aged 71 years, 4 months, 2 weeks and 4
days. he was married 51 years and had 12 children, 7 sons and 5 daughters.
He as born in Germany on May 24, 1702. His body probably lies not far from
the South East corner of the Church.

Isaac Greeson who died June 8 1774 and his wife died 6 years after him.   She
was 71 years, 9 months and 7 days old. He had 5 children 3 sons and 2
daughters and 26 grandchildren.

Ludwig Albright‘s wife died June 10, 1806. She was 69 years, 7 months, Less
one day old.   She was married 51 years, 9 months and 3 weeks. She had 8
children and 66 grand children and 2 great grand children. 1803 is on the
grave stone.

Peter Helten died Dec. 1, 1802 aged 82 years and nearly 11 months old. He had
11 children 66 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren. He was 12 days sick.
(Eli Helten, a son of Peter)

John Ludwig Siebald [Devault?] died March 20, 1804 aged 64 years, 2 months and
several
weeks old. He was married nearly 15 years and had 6 children.
Pg. 98
                  A RECORD OF GRAVES IN BRICK CHURCH CEMETERY
                        (marked and known June 20, 1925)
Ludwig Albright, of John of Henry age 79 years, 0 months and 5 days.
  Born Nov. 11, 1731. Died November 16, 1810.

Anna Maria Keller, wife of above Ludwig Albright age 69 years, 6 months and 29
days.
Born Nov. 11, 1733. Died June 10, 1803.

William Albright, a Captain in the Revolutionary Army age 87 years 11 months 25
days. Born Oct. 6, 1751 Died Oct. 1, 1839. [ Son of John Christian Albrecht]

Anna Maria Moser, wife of above Wm. Albright, she was from Penna.
Born Oct. 28, 11764, Died June 16, 1811.

Daniel Albright, of Ludwig and Anna Maria Keller.   The P.M. Married Oct. 9,
1792.
Born January 30, 1771 Died April 26, 1843.

Elizabeth Clapp, of George, of Valentine, wife of above Daniel Albright.
Born January 21, 1774 Died Sept. 9, 1842.

Daniel Albright, by Tradition a first cousin of Capt. Wm. Albright
Died Oct. 1795.

George Albright, a son of Ludwig and Anna M. Keller.
Born January 18, 1766 Died August 8, 1835.

John Albright, of Capt. Wm. Age 84 years.
Born Dec. 27, 1809 Died December 27, 1893.

Sarah Shepherd wife of above John Albright 89 years, 6 months 9 days.   Blind
for several years. Born February 25, 1811 Died September 14, 1900.

John Albright, of Ludwig, died in 80th year.
Born 1750, Died October 24, 1830.

Gabariel Albright, of Capt. William. Never married 87 years 10 months 12 days.
Born August 16, 1798 Died June 28, 1889.

Mary Ann Albright, of John, of Capt. William. Never married., 86 yrs. 16 das.
        Born April 16, 1838       died May 2 1886

Daniel Albright, of John, of Capt. William. Never married. He was a gunsmith in
the Cedar Hill foundry a few months.
Born August 17, 1839 Died December, 27, 1920.

Johnathan Albright, of Capt. William, born Aug. 1, 1793.   May not lie at Brick
Church as he moved away.
Pg. 99
Letty Albright (Faust of John) wife of Henry Albright.
Born 1805 Died Sept. 24, 1826 age 21 year.

William Albright, of John of Capt. William born June 14, 1842.         He was married
to Frankie Smith of Daniel , of David Smith.
Died July 15, 1928 aged 86 year, 1 month 1 day.

Frankie Smith of Daniel and Anna (Clapp) Smith, wife of above William
Albright.
Born May 14, 1842, Died Dec. 3, 1924, age 82 6 months, 19 days.

William Presly Albright, of Elias
Born July 9, 1823, Died Nov. 26, 1844, Age 21 years, 4 months and 16 days.

Anna Maria Amick, born 1767, died March 25, 1817.       She was accidentally killed
at the age of 50 years.

Adam age 27, died 1808    This grave is just above Capt. Albright.

Elias Albright of Daniel Albright and Katie Low died Feb. 1862, or 63.

Elizabeth Hobbs of wife Elias Albright died 1873.

Rev. John A. Bithan. He lived a few yards west from the Capt. William
Albright home in the confluence of the two brooks. His remains lie about 20
feet south east from the Daniel Faust tomb stone.  Died 1789.

Sarah L. Bauldwin, born Nov. 12 1816, died Jan 5, 1839.

Sarah E. L. Bauldwin,     Born Nov, 19, 1838 died June 13, 1839.

Henry Barnhart of Henry Jan. 7, 1779, died July 22, 1853.

Mary Linn of wife of Henry Barnhart born April 20, 1779, Died June 6, 1860.

Levi Barnhart, of Henry and Mary Linn born Nov, 3, 1834, died April 3, 1917.
Age 82 years 5 months.

Barbara Harriet Low, of Nelly wife of Levi Barnhart born Sept. 22, 1836, Died
Feb. 21, 1911, age 74 years, 4 months and 29 days.

Loula A. Barnhart of Levi and Harriet born June 25, 1858, Died June 20, 1860
age 1 years, 11 months and 25 days.

Henry Barnhart Sr. born 175_.

Gertrude Swing of Ludwig, wife of Henry Barhart born 175_.

Valentine Clapp, born may 24, 1702, died Oct. 12, 1773, age 71 years, 4 months
18 days. [ Anna Barbara Steiss - Wife of Valentine Clapp - born in Germany ]

Elizabeth Albright, (tradition says was Valentine Clapp‘s wife) married in
Germany in 1722, born, died. [ Wrong - she married Geo. Clap]

George Clapp of Valentine [wrong - John Ludwig ] born April 17, 1739, died Dec. 18,
1806. He lives at the Green Wharton place. Age 67 years 8 months and 1 day.
Pg. 100
Elizabeth Albright, sister of Capt. William and wife of above George Clapp.
Born May 15, 1746 Died Nov. 2, 1839. Age 93 years, 5 months and 17 days.
[ dau. Of John Christian Albrecht - Burk Co. Pa. ]

[Capt.] Jacob Clapp of Ludwig born Nov. 22, 1749, Died January 30, 1832.     Age
82 years 2 months 8 days.

Barbary Faust of John St. wife of above Jacob Clapp born January 20, 1752.
Died March 1, 1837. Age 85 years 1 months and 11 days.

John Clapp of George of Valentine born January, 7, 1772 died June 27, 1866.
Age 94 years, 5 months and 20 days.

Catharine Faust of George, at Stoners and sister of Daniel Faust, wife of John
Clapp, born Jan 27. 1783 Died Dec. 21, 1866. Age 83 years, 10 months and 24
days.

Barney Clapp of Barney, a soldier of the Revolution born Aug. 10,1764, died
Sept. 27, 1844.

Judith Faust of of John of John wife of Barney Clapp born March 21, 1766
died July 22, 1845.

Jacob Clapp of George of Valentine [Ludwig] born Dec. 11, 1767, died Oct. 4,
1846.

Eva Cartner, of George wife of above Jacob Clapp born May 15, 1770, Died June
12, 1851.

[misprint] Capt. Joshua Clapp (Miller) of Jacob of George of [Ludwig]Valentine
born Sept. 6, 1806, died Dec. 1, 1892. Age 86 years 2 months and 25 days.

Delilah Hoffman of George of John, 1st wife of Joshua Clapp born March 8,
1811, died Oct. 6, 1848.

George Clapp (Brick House) of George of Valentine [Ludwig] born Sept. 14, 1776
died
July 3, 1846. Age 69 years 9 months 19 days.

Elizabeth Albright of John and Elizabeth (Graves) Albright, wife of Brick
House Geo. Clapp born Oct. 13, 1781, died Dec. 29, 1843.

Capt. John Clapp of Geo. (Brick House) of Geo. of Valentine born May 23, 1808,
died Dec. 24, 1880. Called Pewter eyed Jacob on account of his Whitish eyes.

Catharine Reinhart wife of Capt. John Jacob Clapp born Jan , 1809.   Died Oct.
29, 1880.

Jacob U. Clapp of Capt. John J. and wife Catharine, above Jacob of Brick House
Geo. born March 7, 1852 died March 17, 1863 Age 11 years 10 days.

Abraham Clapp of John and Catharine Clapp born Oct. 21, 1803.   Died Nov. 17,
1806. Aged 3 years, 27 days.

Elizabeth Clapp of Geo. Clapp (Brick House) born April 4, 1803, died Sept. 8,
1842. Age 39 years, 5 months 4 days.
Pg. 101
John Clapp of Barney and Judith born Dec. 1787, died Sept. 1829, age 41 years,
9 months.

Anna Maria Clapp born Jan. 17, 1785 died Jan 17 1785, died Jan 17, 1852 age 67
years.

Judith Clapp of Jacob born Aug. 6, 1792, died Nov. 18, 1798. Age 6 years 3
months 12 days.

Catharina Clapp

George Clapp of Tobias of Ludwig (Middle bar Geo.) born Dec. 24, 1785 died in
West.

Barbara Clapp of Barney wife of Geo. Clapp of Tobias born June 30, 1786 died
July 4, 1845.

Elizabeth Clapp of Geo. of Tobias and Barbara born Oct. 12, 1807, died Dec. 10
1807 age 1 month, 28 days.

Col. Abraham Clapp of William and Pene Albright Clapp born Aug. 28, 1808 died
June 4, 1884. (Abraham was the only child that lived)

Elizabeth Clapp of Henry Clapp wife of Col. Abrahm Clapp born Dec. 11, 1805,
died Jan. 26 1886.

John Jephunah Clapp of John born Sept. 5, 1819, died July 23, 1882, age 62
years 10 months 18 days.

Emily Shoffner of Michael, wife of John born April 23, 1822, died March 9,
1878, age 55 years, 10 months 16 days.

John Henry Clapp of Ludwig born March 23, 1783 died Nov. 9, 1839.

Polly Boon, wife of John Henry Clapp of Ludwig born Jan. 23. 1785. Died Sept.
27, 1825, age 40 years 1 months 23 days.

Isaac Clapp of Tobias and of Ludwig the first born May 4, 1791, died Oct. 9,
1832, age 41 years 5 months, 5 days.

Catharina Clapp of Barney and Judith Clapp wife of Isaac Clapp born Dec. 22,
1797, Died Oct. 9, 1846, age 48 years 10 months 27 days.

David Clapp of Barney and Judith born June 16, 1801, died Dec. 27, 1892, age
91 years 6 months 11 days.

Lucinda Summers of Col. Peter, wife of David Clapp born Sept. 29, 1810.   Died
Feb. 20, 1891.

Ludwig Clapp, the first, Anna Margret Clapp wife of Ludwig.

Joshua A. Clapp of Yost of Daniel of Ludwig born Jan. 19, 1814, died Feb. 16,
1898, age 84 years, 27 days. Married Feb. 22, 1841.
Pg. 102
Hannah Starr of Abner, first wife of Joshua Clapp of (Yost) Joseph, of Daniel,
of Ludwig, the pioneer born 1820 died 1865.

Mary Ann Elizabeth Clapp born Oct. 15, 1831, died Nov. 5, 1835, age 4 years,
20 days.

William C. Clapp of Capt. John Jacob of Brick house George born June 23, 1841,
died Aug. 3, 1862, age 21 years, 1 month, and 10 days. Died single.

Anna Margret Clapp of Geo. born Aug. 16, 1778, died July 20, 1780, age 1 year,
9 months, 4 days.
The birth month is doubtful.

William Clapp of George of Valentine born June 9, 1784, died March 13, 1810
age 25 years 9 months 4 days (Wm. Clapp, father of Col. Abram).

Philipina Albright of John of Jacob, of John of Hendrich, wife of above
William Clapp born June 9, 1784 died March 13, 1810. She married Henry Swing
Sr. second time.

Elizabeth Clapp of Barney and Judith born March 21, 1807, died Nov. 15, 1807
age 7 months 28 days.

Alphonso F. Clapp born Jan. 24, 1840, died Dec. 20, 1840 age 10 months 26
days.

Francis C. Clapp of Daniel F. and Sally born Aug. 1, 1843, died Nov. 1, 1845,
age 2 years 3 months.

Michael W. Clapp of Daniel F. and Sally born Oct. 15, 1841 died July 9, 1842,
age 8 months 24 days.

Permela J. Clapp born Oct. 29, 1838, died June 27, 1842 age 3 years 7 months
28 days.

Boston Clapp born Nov. 4, 1820, died Aug. 28, 1821, age 9 months 24 days.

Perry Ellen Clapp of Col. Abraham and Elizabeth born March8, 1836 died April
19, 1925 age 89 years 1 months 10 days. Never married.

Elizabeth Clapp of John and Catharine born Jan. 24, 1811, died Oct. 22, 1840,
age 29 years 8 months 28 days.

Hattie Clapp of Z. Lonnie.

Keturah Clapp of Alphonso Giles Clapp of J. George born Jan. 25, 1864, died
June 28, 1865, age 1 years, 5 months 3 days.

Anna Maria Clapp of Geo. of Valentine, born April 28, 1781, died Feb. 26,
1787, age 5 years 9 months 28 days.

Benjamin F. Clapp of Emanuel and Elizabeth Clapp born July 2, 1849, died July
14, 1871, age 21 years 11 months 19 days.

Polly M. Clapp of John H. born Jan. 4, 1824 died June 17, 1854 age 30 years, 5
months, 13 days.
Pg. 103
Nathaniel B. Clapp of Geo. and Elizabeth (Brick House) born April 2, 1818,
died Sept. 30, 1838, age 20 years, 5 months and 28 days.

Sarah E. Clapp wife of H. I. Iseley born Aug. 31, 1849, died July 19, 1913,
age 63 years, 11 months, 18 days.

Infant son of Capt. Joshua and Delilah Clapp died at time of its mother‘s
death Oct. 1848.

Sarah Jane Stradford of Capt. Joshua Clapp and Nancy Stockard Clapp 2nd wife of
Capt. Joshua born Oct. 23, 1850 died Aug. 16, 1877, age 26 years 9 months 23
days.

Daniel Welker Clapp of Capt. Joshua and Delilah born May 23, 1844, died May 5,
1863, age 18 years, 11 months 12 days, never married.

Simeon Reily Clapp of Capt. Joshua and Delilah born April 21, 1836, died Sept.
9, 1889. Never married.

Charlie Stradford of Sarah Jane Clap and Fayette Stradford.   Died Aug. 17,
1878.

Mary Parmelia Catharine of Capt. Joshua and Delilah Clapp born March 5, 1842,
died Sept. 14, 1879, never married.

Henry Milton of Capt. Joshua and Delilah Clapp born April 6, 1840 died Aug.
29, 1861. Never married.

Elizabeth O. Clapp of E. and E. Clapp born July 5, 1851 died June 12, 1852,
age 11 months, 7 days.

Emanuel Clapp of Barney and Judith, born March 26, 1809 died Aug. 12, 1846,
age 37 years 4 months, 16 days.

John Henry Clapp only son of above Emanuel born Aug. 10, 1842 died Dec.12 1845
age 3 years, 4 months 2 days.

Polly Clapp born Oct. 5, 1803, died July 20, 1845 age 41 years, 9 months, 15
days.

George Cartner born May 1738, died Feb. 5, 1819, a very prominent man in his
Church and community. A delegate to the Patriot convention at Hillsboro, NC
August 21, 1775.

Maria Sophia Clapp of Geo. of Valentine born April 2, 1766 died (J?)___ 20,
1780 age 14 years, 18 days.

Nancy L. Coble of J. G. and Isabella Frelland 2nd wife of Austin Coble born
Sept. 20, 1833, died Aug. 22, 1863.

Infant of Dexter B. and Doshie D. A. Clapp born Aug. 18, 1891.

Martha Caroline (Coble) of Solomon and Anna Greeson, 1st wife of Austin Coble,
born Feb. 20, 1834, died March 24, 1854.
Pg. 104
Daniel F. Clapp of (White) John, of George, of Valentine, born Dec. 16, 1816,
died June 16, 1885.

Sally Faust of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust wife of Daniel F. Clapp born dec.
8, 1818, died March 8, 1894, age 75 years, 3 months.

James Clapp of Jeremiah of Col. Daniel Clapp killed by a falling limb ½ mile
east of Brick Church.

Adline Greeson of Solomon and wife of above James Clapp.   Infant son of A. C.
and N. L. Coble born Jane. 31, 1862.

Denny Clapp of Joseph (Yost) of Daniel, of Ludwig born 1828, died Dec. 27,
1910. Never married.

Eliza Clapp of Joseph (Yost), of Daniel, of Ludwig, born 1835 died Mary 30
1902. Never married.

James F. R. Clapp of Jacob, of Brick House Geo., born Nov. 8, 1838, died June
27, 1924. A confederate soldier. Age 85 years, 7 months, 19 days.

Mary Ann Elizabeth Stewart born Nov. 23, 1837, died Oct. 26, 1918, wife of
James F. R. Clapp.

Maude Clapp, of James F. R. and Mary born Dec. 25, 1876, died Dec. 4, 1897,
age 20 years, 11 months, 9 days. Single.

Thomas T. Clapp of Jacob of Brick house Geo. born Sept. 2, 1845, died Aug. 10,
1898 age 52 years 11 months, 2 days.

Lavinia Hoffman of George and Delilah, wife of above Thos. T. Clapp born Jan.
19, 1858, died July 10, 1924.

Mary Clapp of Michael, and wife of William Shepherd of Rankin died Oct. 21,
1900, age 24 years, 9 months, 20 days.

John Pleasant Welker of Daniel F. Clapp and Sally, 1st husband of Mary Alice
Coble of Dr. A. L. Coble born Sept. 30, 1852 died Dec. 10, 1883.

Francis M. Clapp born Nov. 16, 1835 died July 10, 1837.

Mary Jane Barnhart of Henry, wife of Wilbert Clapp, of Daniel F. and Sally
Clapp born Jane 28, 1861, died May 26, 1921.

Laura L. May of Levi and Polly May, wife of Michael a. Clapp born Oct. 28,
1847, died Dec. 13, 1911.

Nelly Clapp of Levi May, wife of Tubal Clapp who died in the army born July
1832 died July 15, 1904.
Pg. 105
Sarah Friddle Clapp died May 20, 1909.

Tempy Hobbs, of John, wife of Jacob Clapp, of "Hatter" John born July 12,
1812, died June 1, 1890. Was killed in the civil war.

George W. Clapp of Capt. Joshua and Delilah born Aug. 18, 1834 died Dec. 6,
1906.

Martha Writzsel of William, wife of above Geo. W. Clapp born Nov. 12, 1835
died Jan. 6, 1896.

Children of Geo. W. Martha Clapp.   One died in 1859 and the other in 1860.

Gabriel Clapp of Jacob, and Eva (Cartner) Clapp born Feb. 4, 1786 died Aug. 4,
1797.

Joseph W. Clapp of Tubal, of Abraham, born Aug. 21, 1857 died July 27, 1925,
age 67 years, 11 months, 6 days.

Jacob (Yock) Clapp of Eva Clapp [married Hubbard] and Jacob Amick born 182_
died May 2, 1904.
Amick went west. (these names appear to be turned around—what do you
think?—Mara)

Nancy Barnhart of Henry[ Alonza Clapp], 1 st wife of Jacob (Yock) Clapp.

Mary Ann Weitszell, 2nd wife of Jacob (Yock) Clapp.

Eva Clapp of Daniel (Hook) of Ludwig born Oct. 3, 1805 died.   Married Ned
Hubbard and parted. (Hook) because a great fisher.

Joseph (Yost) Clapp of Daniel, of Ludwig, the pioneer.

Mary Bets, wife of Joseph Clapp.

Peggy Clapp, of Daniel of Ludwig, never married.

Valentine DeVault of ____. His first wife, Elizabeth Rudisill lies in Lincoln
Co. (in 64 yr). She was a daughter of Micael Rudisill. He was born 1769,
died Feb. 12, 1833.

Ezekiel DeVault of Valentine, and Barbara (May) DeVault born June 3, 1808,
died March 19, 1833, age 24 years, 9 months, 24 days.

William Denny of Dr. W. R. and Eliza Benny born May 6, 1855, died Sept. 30,
1856, age 1 year, 4 months, 24 days.

Anna Barbara May, of Daniel 2nd wife of Valentine DeVault born Jan. 1, 1771,
died Nov. 16, 1843.

Daniel Clapp of Ludwig 1st.

Mary Glass, wife of above Ludwig Clapp.
Pg. 106
1st wife of Henry Friddle was widow Levi May, Sr. and her name was Mollie
Huffines.

Clarence Clapp of Z. Lonnie was born March 24, 1900, died March 24, 1927.

Polly Friddle, sister of Henry Friddle and never married died Nov. 15, 1819,
age 82 years.

Henry Friddle born Oct. 24, 1805, died June, 8 1891 age 85 years, 7 months, 14
days.

Sally Staley of Henry Staley, 2nd wife of Henry Friddle and she then married
Alfred Clapp, died May 10, 1909. Stone is "Sarah Friddle Clapp".

George A. Foster of William A. and M. J. Foster died Aug. 22, 1884, age 1
year, 8 months, 21 days.

George Adam Foster born April 1826, died March 1898, age 72 years.

Sibby Staley wife of George Adam Foster born Jane. 1, 1829, Died June 6, 1887,
age 58, 5 months, 5 days.

John Faust of George, of John the pioneer born May 15, 1760, died Dec. 27,
1806, age 26 years, 7 months, 12 days.

Barbara Albright of John of Jacob wife of above John Faust of Geo. May not be
buried at Brick Church.

George Faust, of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust of Jacob Clapp born March 30,
1820, died Jan. 29, 1873, age 52 years, 9 months, 29 days.

Malinda Flack wife of George Faust.

Abraham Faust born November 29, 1816, died Dec. 19, 1816, age 20 days.

Daniel Faust, died 1792.   Lies near the present entrance just above the other
Daniel Faust grave.

Daniel Faust of George and Barbara Kivet Faust of John, born Oct, 13, 1788,
died Feb. 28, 1882, Age 93 years, 4 months, 14 days.

Mary Clapp, of Jacob and Eva, and George Clapp, of Valentine, 1st wife of
above Daniel Faust born Nov. 22, 1790, died Jan. 30, 1834, age 43 years, 2
months, 8 days.

Catharine Freeland second wife of Daniel Faust above born Nov. 24, 1802, died
April 11, 1882, age 79 years, 5months, 17 days.

Joshua Faust, of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust born Jan. 24, 1812, died Dec.
25, 1838, age 26 years, 11 months, 1 days.

Simeon R. Faust, of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust, born Nov. 30, 1823, died
Sept. 20, 1841, age 17 years, 9 months, 20 days.
Pg. 107
Barbara A. O. Faust, of Daniel Faust and "Catharine Freeland" 2nd wife born
Jan. 8, 1836, died Oct. 31, 1868, age 32 years, 9 months, 23 days.

Henry Faust, of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust born Aug. 15, 1810, died Nov.
20, 1861, age 50 years, 9 months, 5 days.

Sarah R. Clapp of Col. Daniel, wife of Henry Faust, born Sept. 14, 1814, died
July 27, 1861, age 46 years, 10 months, 13 days.

Claudius Faust of Zimri, of Henry, of Daniel, born June 26, 1868, died Oct.
26, 1886, age 18 years, 14 days.

H.   A. Filibi, M. E. I. Died 1766.

Lizzie Faust of George of Daniel and Mary (Clapp) Faust born Feb. 6, 1841
married George Patterson and had two children, died May 22, 1866, and at her
death Patterson then went to Cabarrus Co. NC age 25 years, 3 months, 16 days.

Lyndon T. W. Faust, of Henry, and Sarah (Clapp) Faust born June 23, 1846.
Died May 3, 1851, age 4 years, 10 months, 10 days.

Daniel A. Faust of Henry and Sarah (Clapp) Faust, born Dec. 3, 1833, died June
26, 1834, age 6 months, 23 days.

Henry, ( ). Faust of Henry and Sarah (Clapp) Faust born April 16, 1852 died
Aug 12, 1832, ae 3 months 26 days.

Raymond Boyd Gerringer died Jan. 7, 1930, age 1 month, 6 days.

William H. Fogleman of Henry born Oct. 15, 1844, died Dec. 27, 1815, age 71
years, 2 months, 12 days.

Sarah E. Faust of Henry and Sarah (Clapp) Faust, 1st wife of William H.
Fogleman born march 31, 1849 died Aug. 26, 1909.

Rosa B. Reece of Frank, wife of Albert Foster born July 29, 1890, died March
18, 1927, age 36 years, 7 months, 19 days.

Mary E. Johnson wife of Joseph ( ). Clapp of Tubal died Aug. 1927.

Dexter B. Clapp, of Joshua, of Joseph (Yost) of Daniel, of Ludwig born June
13, 1853, died July 5, 1928, age 75 years, 21 days.

Daniel Wilbert Clapp, of Daniel F. Clapp and Sally Faust Clapp, born Dec. 24,
1850 died Jan. 11, 1929 age 75 years, 10 months, 17 days.

Daniel Clapp of John of Jacob born July 22, 1805.

Barbara Clapp wife of Daniel Clapp.

George A. Greeson, born July 11, 1797 died Nov. 9, 1820 ae 23 years, 2 days.

Barbara Albright wife of George A. Greeson born July 17, 1799, died Aug. 16,
1833, age 84 years 1 months 9 days. A widow and married Tobias May.
Pg. 108
Eli Greeson of Jacob born May 18, 1805, died 1880 age 75 years.

George Adam Greeson of George A. and Barbara born April 16, 1821, died Aug.
28, 1824, age 3 years 4 months 12 days.

Myron Newt Greeson of Solomon and Anna A. (Freeland) Greeson born may1, 1852,
died Dec. 22, 1918.

Jane Eulis of Alfred and Dilla Hoffman Eulis, wife of above Newt Greeson.

Mary Ada Greeson of Myron N. and Jane Eulis Greeson born May 30, 1878, died
Dec. 6, 1896, died single, age 18 years 6 months , 6 days.

Francis Isabella Greeson of Solomon and Anna Greeson born Jan. 12, 1848, died
July 27, 1864.

Elizabeth Mabe Greeson of Solomon and Anna Greeson born Jan. 12, 1840, died
Jun 23, 1864.

Infant son of Solomon and Anna Greeson born Jan. 14, 1855, died Aug. 8, 1856.

William B. Greeson born Aug. 27, 1854, died Nov 25, 1881.

Infant of Wm. B. and S. E. Greeson.

George ( ).   Greeson of Solomon and Anna born Aug. 20, 1844, died Dec. 10,
1917.

Lucy Waller of Henry and wife who was a Hollie born May 4, 1859, died Feb. 19,
1926.

John Hoffman of Christina, father of George, Davie a soldier in the Rev. War,
born 1735, died Sept. 18, 1839.

Catharine Hoffman of Geo. Ingle (Not Certain) wife of above John Hoffman born
175_, died June 15, 1832.

Solomon Greeson of Jacob born Aug. 26, 1810, died Dec. 4, 1864.

Anna A. Freeland wife of Solomon Greeson born Feb. 27, 1814, died June 14,
1880.

Hartwell Hoffman of George, of John, of Christian born May 26, 1805, died May
20, 1833.

Elizabeth DeVault of Valentine, and Barbara May DeVault, wife of Hartwell
Hoffman born Sept. 25, 1801, died May 11, 1886.

Catharine Hoffman of George and Elizabeth Schoffner Hoffman and of John and
Christian, born Dec. 21, 1816, died Aug. 17, 1846. Single.

Col. John Rudy Hoffman of Hartwell and Elizabeth DeVault Hoffman born July 13,
1824, died Feb. 10, 1899. The Cutting on the grave stone is wrong and should
be 1824 instead of 1826.
Pg. 109
Jennie Loudie Hoffman of Col. John Rudy and Maria E. Welker Hoffman lies at
the feet of Abigail Welker‘s grave, born Oct. 1, 1869, died June 22, 1870.

Hattie Abigail Hoffman of Col. John R. and M. E. Hoffman lies at the feet of
Abigail Welker‘s grave, died of diphtheria. Hattie and Pinkey lie in one
grave born July 26, 1873, died Dec. 19, 1878.

Pinkey Reinhart Hoffman of Col. John R. and M. E. Hoffman born Dec. 13, 1875
died Dec. 19, 1878 of Diphtheria.

John W. Holt.

Cornelia R. Holt wife of John W. Holt born Jan. 28, 1832, died Nov. 16, 1852.

James F. Hoffman of George (Miller) born Aug. 25, 1870, died Oct. 27, 1906.

Aubrey Edward Hoffman of Peter P. and Ursula (Ingle) born Aug. 26, 1904, died.

Georgia Pearl Hoffman of Peter P. and Ursula born April 23, 1896, died Oct. 2,
1900.

Nancy A. Hackett of James Hackett, 1st wife of Alphonso Shepherd born Jan. 14,
1851, died March 8, 1920.

Ursula Ingle of Reily, wife of Peter P. Hoffman born Jan 8, 1864, died Dec. 8,
1926.

Peter P. Hoffman of Daniel, of Davis died Feb. 20, 1929.

Christian Hoffman (pioneer) born in 1720 in Herie Germany. The following
dates are calculations on his youngest son‘s John‘s birth 1755, died 1795.

Barney Ingle, of Geo. a soldier of the Revolution born 175_. He lies south
from the Reubin Ingle monument and just above the Mary Pryor grave stone.

Elizabeth Richerdson, wife of Barney Ingle born 17__, age 104 years.

Reubin Ingle of Barney and Elizabeth Richerdson Ingle killed by a Negro.     Born
Dec. 14, 1808, died Dec. 24, 1849.

(Note from Mara—Edna Ingle Blythe of Whitsett, NC is currently working on
Barney‘s line for the DAR. She has a copy of Barney‘s father, George‘s Will,
and a copy of a pay voucher on the books in NC. She says Reubin was killed
when the Negro he caught drinking his moonshine panicked and hit him on the
head.)

Milly Low of John and 1st wife of Sally Low, of Daniel Low, wife of Reubin
Ingle born Feb. 25, 1814, died July 3, 1892.

William Reily Ingle of Reubin and Milly Low Ingle born Jan. 30, 1837, died
April 28, 1924.

Emily Marcelia Smith, of Daniel and Anna Clapp Smith,   wife of Wm. Reily Ingle
born Feb. 1, 1841, died June 18, 1899.

William Cyrus Ingle of Wm. Reily and Emily M..   Died Aug. 8 1860.
Pg. 110
Elizabeth P. Starr of George and Delilah Low, 1st wife of Daniel R. Ingle, of
Reubin and Milly born March 26, 1847, died July 20, 1881.

Silas V. Ingle of Daniel and Elizabeth   Ingle born March 23, 1875, died June
15, 1896.

Brona Helen Ingle born Sept. 17, 1921, died Aug. 5, 1923.

Peter Ingold born 1752, died Oct. 18, 1825.

William Ingold, born June 20, 1721, died 1801.

Barbara Caroline Greeson of David, wife of John Ingle of Reily born May, 30,
1872, died March 27, 1922.

Susan Robinson, wife of _____ Bishop.

Polly Tickle of _____ Tickle, wife of David Ingle of Barney, born 1804, died
March, 7, 1871, lies at Friedens Church.

Delia Low of John Low of Daniel, 2nd wife of Wm. Reily Ingle born March 14,
1845, died July 25, 1829.

Tipton Johnson, father-in-law of Joe. Clapp, lies just south of Levi May.

Christian Kime born Dec. 31, 1789, died Jan. 29, 1826.

Sally Clapp of Barney and Judith, wife of Christian Kime, 2nd married William
Ferguson and they parted. Born Sept. 7, 1799, died Aug. 14, 1834.

Mamie N. Greeson of Barney Low and Barbara Low (Warlick), wife of Bunyan B.
Greeson born Dec. 9, 1879, died May 1, 1929.

Philipina Lewey, wife of john Henry Lewey born 1790, died Nov. 9, 1842.

Nelly Low of Barney Clapp and Judith 2nd wife, of John Low, born Aug. 15, 1805
died Oct. 3, 1867. John is buried at Lows.

Barney Frank Low of John and Nelly Clapp Low born Oct. 4, 1842, died Feb. 22,
1918.

Barbara S. Warlick of Maxwel of Lincoln Co. NC wife of Barney Low, born Feb.
13, 1846, died April 16, 1919.

Guy Warlick Low, of Barney F. and Barbara Low (Warlick), born Sept. 23, 1885,
died Sept. 27, 1902.

Francis Low born Nov. 28, 1858, died Sept. 11, 1866.

John Low of Daniel born April 2, 1861, died Jan. 17, 1863.

Hezekiah Low of Daniel born Dec. 20, 1825, died July 1, 1884.

Mary Catharine, wife of Hezekiah Low born May 28, 1816, died Aug. 13, 1879.
Pg. 111
John Low of Daniel, brother of Hezekiah, of Daniel born Oct. 3, 1816, died Dec.
20, 1889.

Sidney M. Low of John, of Daniel, born Jan. 31, 1847, died June 13, 1910.

Peggy Jane Low, of John, of Daniel, born April 12, 1841, died Oct. 30, 1908.

Sarah Brown wife of Sidney Low.

Mary Ann Low of John of Daniel, wife of Henry Low born Oct. 1, 1851, died March
22, 1918.

Wilbert C. Low of Henry and Mary Ann born April 20, 1880, died Dec. 3, 1883.

Aquilla Lineberry born July 7, 1825, died Feb. 28, 1898.

Jacob May of Daniel born Feb. 11, 1798, died Aug. 4, 1869.

Robert Moore born May 23, 1926, died Dec. 10, 1926, lies at feet of Babriel
Albright.

Henry May died Aug. 3, 1844.

Hannah DeVault, of Valentine DeVault 1st wife of Jacob May and first wife of
Elizabeth Rudisill and Val. DeVault.

John William Murph(y) Jr. died Sept. 4, 1929.

Murphy Wait May, of Denny A. and Martha L. May born April, 1, 1889, died July
4, 1889.

Welker Wade May of Denny A. and Martha L. May, born April 1, 1889 died July 16,
1889.

Benjamin May of Henry Sr., father of [Wm.]Henry May of Burlington, NC died in
183_, lies in S. West corner. [Brick Church]

Lula J. May of Peter and L. J. Clapp May born Feb. 11, 1883, died Sept. 10,
1884.

Simeon ( ). May of Peter and L. J. May born Dec. 29, 1885, died July 22, 1886.

Henry M. May of Peter and L. J. May born Sept. 25, 1891, died April 23, 1892.

William J. May of Peter and L. J. May born July 9, 1885, died May. 27, 1895.

John Hobart McMaster born Jan. 2, 1846, died July 27, 1847.

Oresa M. May of Ludwig born Dec. 11, 1821, died June 18, 1841.

Tobias May of Henry born Jan. 10, 1798, died Jan. 29, 1886.

Barbara Greeson of Albright, wife of Tobias May (Her maiden name was Albright)
born July 7, 1799, died Aug. 16, 1883.
Pg. 112
James M. May of Alexander, of Tobias born Jan. 17, 1867, died may28, 1918.

Levi May of Levi Sr. and Molly Huffines born July 10,    1814, died Oct. 25,
1891.

Polly Fogleman of John and wife of Levi May Jr. born Nov. 20, 1812, died Aug.
9, 1891.

Hillary May of Levi and Polly Fogleman May born Jan. 13, 1854, died Dec. 1,
1912.

Anna Margret Notz born Nov. 16, 1717, died Sept. 16, 1772.

William Trolinger Montgomery of J. R. and C. C. Montgomery born April 9, 1817,
died July 20, 1818.

Miss Maria B. Montgomery born Oct. 23, 1824, died March 16, 1873.

Martha H. Montgomery.   Age 17 years, 6 months and 12 days.

Dr. William Montgomery, a member of the 28th U. S. Congress born Dec. 27,
1789, died Nov. 30, 1843.

Sarah Albright, of Daniel and Elizabeth Clapp, wife of Dr. William Montgomery,
born Dec. 1, 1797, died Oct. 7, 1844.

Calvin M. Pryor born July 12, 1830 died Dec. 17, 1857.

Mary E. Pryor born May5, 1840,died Jan. 14, 1868.

Daniel Warlick Ramseur, married Kate Low of Barney Low and Barbara Warlick Low,
died June 1930.

Deleah A. Roney died Sept. 6, 1846.

William Reitzel born Aug. 25, 1811, died Jan.9, 1847.

James Henderson May of Ezekiel and wife born April 2, 1852, died May 9, 1853.

William Patterson May of Ezekiel May and wife born Jan. 8, 1854, died July
1855.

Artelia J. May of Ezekiel and wife born May 14, 1859, died July 1864.

Caleb Walter May of Ezekiel and wife born Dec. 17, 1865 died June 19, 1868.

Joseph Swing born 1812, died 1859.
Pg. 113
Delilah Cartner of Samuel, wife f Joseph Swing born Aug. 14, 1819, died Oct. 8,
1850.

Daniel Shepherd, of Jacob and Maria born Jan. 21, 1816, died Feb. 17, 1853.

Mary A. Starr (Polly) of Abner, wife of Daniel Shepherd, born March 4, 1825,
died Nov. 25, 1906.

Jacob Rodey, only child of Daniel and Mary A. (Polly) Shepherd died of too
much whiskey, born Oct. 14, 1842, died June 6, 1887.

Elizabeth A. Boon of Martin and Elizabeth, 1st wife of Jacob Rodey Shepherd
born March 7, 1844, died July 7, 1876.

Brooks R. Shepherd of Jacob Rodey and Elizabeth, born May 13, 1871, died Jan.
11, 1892.

L. B. Shepherd of Jacob Rodey and Elizabeth born Dec. 26, 1873, died Sept. 27,
1914.

Sarah E. Coble of Dr. A. L. wife of L. B. Shepherd born Aug. 22, 1873, died
Feb. 22, 1920.

Albertine Shepherd of Abraham born Oct. 27, 1856,, died Jan. 2, 1929.

Hannah Shepherd of Jacob born Dec. 1, 1829, died Aug. 5, 1842.   Single.

Dora F. Shepherd of Jacob R. and Elizabeth born Feb. 4, 1869, died Aug. 12,
1870.

Jacob Shepherd of Jacob and Sally Weitzel born Nov. 18, 1827, died Oct. 17,
1876.

Delilah May of Tobias May and wife of Jacob Shepherd, of Jacob and Sally
Weitzel born March 18, 1832, died May 30, 1891.

Infant of Jacob and Delilah Shepherd died Sept. 14, 1871.

Infant of Jacob and Delilah Shepherd died Jan. 4, 1861.

Infant of Jacob and Delilah Shepherd died.

Infant of Jacob and Delilah Shepherd died July 2, 1870.

Infant of Jacob and Delilah Shepherd died.

Abraham Shepherd of Adam and Elizabeth Weitzel born Feb. 26, 1831.

Tempy Weitzel of Henry, wife of Abraham Shepherd born Oct. 1, 1838, died Feb.
17, 1910.

Simeon Shepherd of Adam and Elizabeth Weitzel born Aug. 1837, died April 3,
1917. Confederate cook in Army.
Pg. 114
Malinda Ingle of Milly and Reubin, wife of Simeon Shepherd born Feb. 13, 1843
died July 3, 1913.

Adam Shepherd of Jacob and Anna Maria born Mar. 2, 1806, died Dec. 10, 1900.

Elizabeth Weitzel of Daniel, wife of Adam Shepherd born July 26, 1813, died
Nov. 26, 1890.

Jacob Shepherd born Oct. 12, 1797, died Feb. 3, 1850.

Sallie Weitzel of "Billie", wife of above Jacob Shepherd born Sept. 11, 1805,
died Dec. 23, 1891.

Plesant Smith of Daniel and Anna Clapp Smith born June 11, 1846, died Jan. 12,
1866.

Solomon Shepherd of Jacob and Sally Weitzel Shepherd born Sept. 11, 1833, died
June 20, 1918.

Tempy R. Smith of Daniel and Anna Clapp Smith, wife of Solomon Shepherd born
Nov. 26, 1838, died June 18, 1905.

Delilah Shepherd of Adam, wife of Wm. G. Friddle and died wife of Henry Linn
born Oct. 14, 1835, died Oct. 17., 1867.

Thomas Smith of Daniel and Anna Clapp Smith born July 29, 1859 died April 9,
1824.

Jodie G. Smith of Quint A. and Emily Robe(r)son born Sept. 9, 1878, died March
3, 1898. Single. [Dreamed she died died & cedar tree grew on grave - in 2 weeks she died and
to the amazement of family a cedar tree did grow on grave. It stood there until graves were
cleared in 80's. Also Boxwood's were cleared. It looked awful. Told by Brother]

John F. Smith of Daniel and Anna Clapp Smith born June 17, 1854, died Feb. 7,
1923.

Emily Clapp wife of John Smith of Daniel adn Anna born April 29, 1853, died
March 30, 1924. [Emily Frances of Daniel Walter Clapp & w. Johana Troxler Clapp.]

Daniel Smith of David born July 29, 1816, died Sept. 15, 1901.

Anna Clapp of Isaac [of Tobias] and Catherine of Barney, wife of Daniel Smith
born Feb. 20, 1820, died April 25, 1899.

George C. Starr born May 22, 1810, died Sept. 15, 1887.

Delilah Low of Ludwig, wife of George Starr born Oct. 24, 1810, died Feb. 17,
1892.

Alfred Starr of George C. and Delilah Low Starr born March 3, 1850, died July
26, 1879.

John Swing born 1766, died Oct. 16, 1828.

Tempy Swing wife of above John Swing, died 1830.
Pg. 115
Pearl M. Shepherd of W. P. and Martha M. Shepherd born April 5, 1892, died
June 4, 1908.

Isabelle Shepherd of W. P. and Martha M. Shepherd born Jan. 11, 1896, died
Feb. 28, 1910.

Mrs. Emily Shepherd born April 29, 1854, died March 30, 1924.
Clarence G. Shepherd of J. Riley and M. C. Shepherd born June 20, 1897, died
March 20, 1902.

Margret R. Shepherd of Joshua and Ann Clapp Shepherd and wife of William H.
Iseley born Dec. 21, 1863, died Oct. 18, 1890.

Walter R. Shepherd of Alphonso and Nancy Hackett Shepherd born March 1, 1871,
died Aug. 19, 1895. Single. Deformed in walking.

Joshua Shepherd of Adam and Elizabeth Weitzel Shepherd born Oct. 15, 1829,
died Feb. 22, 1912.

Ann J. Clapp of Col. Abraham and Elizabeth Clapp, wife of Joshua Shepherd,
born Feb. 10, 1834, died Jan. 24, 1920, died of cancer of the face.

Sarah E. Shepherd of Abraham and Tempy Weitzel Shepherd born Feb. 25, 1875,
died Nov. 16, 1878.

Callie E. Shepherd of Abrahm and Tempy born   Dec. 13, 1871, died Oct. 27,
1878.

Elmira A. Shepherd of Solomon and Tempy Smith Shepherd born Jan. 13, 1865,
died July 14, 1880.

Lula A. Shepherd of Solomon and Tempy Smith born Dec. 11, 1862, died Aug. 29
1864.

Sarah C. Shepherd of Solomon and Tempy Smith born Feb. 11, 1872, died Aug. 19,
1872.

John Monroe Shoffner of [P.M.] Glenn and Malvina Smith Shoffner of Daniel and
Anna
Smith born May 24, 1885, died Aug. 25, 1886.

Henry Riffin Shoffner born May 4, 1887, died Oct. 4, 1900.

Peter Monroe Glenn Shoffner, of Baldwin, born Dec. 20, 1851, died Oct. 25,
1892.

Malvina L. Smith of Daniel and [A]nnie Clapp Smith wife of P. M. Shoffner born
Feb. 25, 1852, died March 22, 1882. [Face still red when buried. Some thought
possible alive - told by Mary Cobb]

Nettie May of Joshua and Ann J. Shepherd and wife of Charles May died May 12,
1925, Probably buried alive.

Elizabeth Clapp Trolinger of John and Elizabeth Trollinger born Aug. 25, 1818,
died May, 30, 1885. [Wife of Emanuel Clapp of Barney and Emanuel of Tobias -
Married cousins of same name.]
Pg. 116
John Shepherd of Jacob and Maria born Sept. 1803. He was drowned Feb. 3, 1841
in the Big Alamance Creek at the lower ford on the land of Col. J. R. (John
Rudy) Hoffman.

Nellie R. Smith of Albert of "Bud" of Daniel born June 13, 1913, died Jan. 4,
1926.

Gideon M. Shepherd of Adam and Elizabeth.

Ples. Rufus Shepherd of Joshua of Adam, born May 5, 1855, died Jan. 14, 1927.
His wife is in Ohio.

Perry Shepherd of Joshua, wife of Plutarch Show died Aug. 12, 192_.

Jacob Shepherd of William Shepherd born 1778, lived on the Col. J. R. Hoffman
place.

Polly Maria Stahr married Henry Staley and the Jacob Shepherd.   Staley lived
at the Staley Ford.. The Staley marriage was April 25, 1828.

Mary A. Iseley of Henry, wife of Tubal Shepherd, born April 26, 1887, died
May, 9, 1928.

Mary Writesell born May 9, 1813, died Aug. 17, 1842.

Myra Mason of Joseph and Malinda Allen Mason of Princeton, Mass. Born April 8,
1835, died July 18, 1855. Single.

Abigail Mason of Joseph and Malinda Mason of Princeton, Mass. And first wife
of Rev. G. W. Welker, born April 26, 1818, died May 2, 1851. She was buried
in an arched over brick vault in order to be taken up and carried back to
Penna (Penn.?--Mara).

Louisa Mason of Joseph and Malinda of Princeton Mass., second wife of Rev. G.
W. Welker born May 1, 1827, died March 1, 1858.

David Newton Welker of Daniel St. and Anna M. Kesecker Welker born in Penna.
Aug. 20, 1832.

Mary Welker of Daniel St. and Anna M. Kesecker Welker born in Penna.   Aug. 20,
1832, and died Feb. 7, 1847 of Brain Fever.

Samuel Wolf of ___ from Penna and a brother of Anna M. Kesecker‘s mother died
April 6, 1846.

Brewster M. Welker of Rev. G. W. and Abigail born May 2, 1851, died June 29,
1851.

Abigain Mason Welker of Rev. G. W. and Louisa Mason Welker, his second wife
born Sept. 26, 1852, died Dec. 6, 1853.

Malinda Allen Welker of Rev. G. W. Welker and Louisa born Dec. 9, 1853, died
Dec. 9, 1853.
Pg. 117
Jesse Abigail Welker of Rev. G. W. and Emily Corsbie, his third wife, born
Sept. 11, 1862, died Oct. 26, 1865.

T. Green Wharton of John born Sept. 17, 1822, died Sept. 30, 1882. Was
drowned in Younger Mill pond. [Crossing dam on horse and slipped in pond]

Infant of T. Green   and Mr. Wharton died Aug. 21, 1850.

Mrs. T. Green Wharton born Sept. 30, 1823, died Sept. 6, 1902. Is buried at
Daniels Church in Lincoln Co. NC Her maiden name was "Donnell". She was a
widow of McNeily at her marriage to Wharton.

Mary Lillian Smith, wife of J. Frank Clapp born Dec. 12, 1870, died June 16,
1911.

Infant son of J. F. and M. L. Clapp born Feb. 3, 1905, died Feb. 8, 1905.

Clide Jacob Infant son of J. F. and M. L. Clapp born June 16, 1911, died Oct.
15, 1911.

Myra T. Barnhart of Levi and Harriet and wife of Chas. T. M. Clapp, born Jan.
4, 1857, died March 13, 1930.

Z.   Lonnie Clapp of Swing Clapp died Dc. 1930.

Valentine Clapp Sr. lies hard by the Eastern middle of the Church wall.

Ludwig Clapp Sr. brother of Valentine lies just south of the Old cemetery gate.
                         Stoner's (Steiner's) Church,
                             Alamance County, N.C.
Stoner's Church became an active congregation about 1801. The church was dissolved
about 1886. The cemetery is presently located in a pasture near the village of Belmont
(near Graham) in Alamance County. It is thought that before they organized as Stoner's
they were associated with the Lutherans who later formed St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

The Church book of Stoner's was translated from the original German by Reverend D. I.
Offman. A copy was type from Rev. Offman's translation by Calvin Hinshaw in 1959. It is
my understanding that a copy of the typed records is at Guilford College. I have also
been told that the original records are in the Library at Catawba College, Salisbury,
N.C. My information is that these records are in such a fragile condition that the
public is no longer allowed to view them.

The following is from a copy of Calvin Hinshaw's transcription of Rev. D. I. Offman's
translation. I have attempted to copy it exactly as typed. Any comments of my own will
be in brackets [].

   Translated Copy of a part of Stoners Church Records

Henry son of William Sharp and wife Elizabeth born A.D. 1818, Oct. 11.
     Baptized March 3, 1821. Parents sponsors.

Edward, son of William Sharp and wife Elizabeth, born July 10,1820.
     Baptized March 3, 1821. Sponsors, parents.

Jeremiah, son of William Sharp and wife, Elizabeth, born Sept. 15,1822.
     baptized Nov. 30,1822 by John Rudy.

Mary Catherine, daughter of Wm. Sharp and wife, Elizabeth, born Jan. 7,
     1827, baptized Aug. 14,1831 by John Crawford.

William Graves, son of William Sharp and wife Elizabeth, born Oct.8,
     1833, baptized June 7,1834 by John Crawford.

Prissy, (Preisy) daughter of Valentine Neese and wife Eva, born Aug.
     20, 1806, baptized Dec. 14,1806. Sponsors, Rolby Sherb.

Nelly, daughter of David Graves, born Sept. 4,1821, baptized Sept. 22,
     1822 by John Rudy. Sponsors, Christian Sharp and wife.

Sally, daughter of Christian Sharp and wife, Barbara, born Sept. 14,1800.

Ludwig, son of Christian Sharp and wife, Barbara, born Aug. 30,1805.

Joel, son of Christian Sharp and wife, Barbara, born Feb. 25,1812.

Maria, daughter of John Reitzel and wife, Sarah, born Jan. 17,1807,
     baptized March 14,1807. Sponsors, Jacob Albright and wife, Sarah.

Sarah, daughter of John Reitzel and wife Sarah, born July 11, 1817,
     baptized Aug. 18,1822 by John Rudy. Sponsors, Daniel Foust and wife.

Ilion, of John Reitzel and wife, Sarah, born Jan. 30,1822, baptized
     Aug. 22,1822 by John Rudy. Sponsors, John Ferrell and wife.

Eliza, daughter of Henry Ritch, born Apr. 23,1823, baptized Aug. 3,
     1823 by John Rudy.

Elizabeth, daughter of David Burrow and wife, Elizabeth, born Mar.1,1807,
     baptized Mar. 14,1807. Sponsors, Christian Sharp and wife.

Mitica Holt, daughter of Joseph Neese, born Mar. 31,1824, baptized May
     9,1824 by J. Rudy. Sponsors, William Coble and Sally Neese.
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Neese, born    baptized June 13,1829 by
     J.G.Fritchey. Sponsors Daniel Coble and Sarah Neese.

John Ludwig, son of John Fogleman and wife, Mary, born Jan. 26,1807
     baptized Feb. 18,1807. Sponsors, John Ludwig Albright and wife.

Delila, daughter of Christian Isley, born June 25,1823, baptized Aug.
     3,1823 by J. Rudy. Sponsors, Jesse Boggs and Mary Isley.

Nancy Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Catherine Sharp, born     baptized
     Apr. 23,1842 by G.W. Welker.

William, son of Thomas Steele, born Mar. 24,1806, baptized May 15,1806.
     Sponsors, Jacob Anthony and wife, Mary Magdalene.

Edwig Thompson, son of Henry and Catherine Sharp, baptized Oct.21,1843
     by G.W. Welker

Martha Mary Ann Elizabeth, daughter of George Albright, born Nov.21,1822,
     baptized Aug. 3,1823 by J. Rudy.

Malinda, daughter of William Albright born Jan. 24,1823, baptized Aug. 3
     1823 by J. Rudy.

Sally Catherine, daughter of William Albright, born Aug. 24,1824,
     baptized Nov. 9,1824 by J. Rudy.

Sarah, daughter of Henry Shatterly and wife Maria, born Nov. 12,1806,
     baptized Mar. 14,1807. Sponsors, Henry Thomas and Elizabeth
     Councilman.

Widow Foust, named Barbara, a born Albright, died Mar. 1,1802, aged 82
     years, 4 months and several weeks. In her marriage estate she had
     10 children, but 2 are dead. She has 75 grandchildren and 48 great-
     grandchildren. She lived in widowhood 12 years and near 3 months.

Widow Wolf was buried Sep. 28,1801. She was found dead near her house
     the day before. She closed her life at 72 years and 3 months. She
     had by her husband 8 children. Her husband died 7 years and 8
     months before she did.

The Widow Shatterly died June 20,1806 after being sick 5 days. She
     was buried on the 21st. She was 65 years and 6 months less 2
     days. She died 12 years and 5 months after her husband, Philip
     Shatterly.

Eli, son of William Sharp and wife, Elizabeth, born Aug.20,1824,
     baptized Dec. 10,1824 by John Rudy.

                     COMMUNICANT ROLL

Nov. 13,1803 the following were confirmed and on the 14th were for
first time admitted to the Lord's Supper:

Jacob Albright                    Catherine Albright
Jacob Loy,                        Elizabeth Neese
Elizabeth Loy,                    Barbara Albright
Maria Loy                         Catherine Thomas

Nov. 11,1804 were the following confirmed and on the 14th were
admitted to the Lord's Supper:

Jacob Thomas                     Catherine Albright
John Albright                    Elizaeth Councilman
Jacob Efland                     Philpena Garrett
Jacob Friddle                      Barbara Garrett
John Albright                      Dorothy Friddle
John Efland                        Maria Sharp
Barbara Garrett                    Elizabeth Graves
Philpena Albright                  Sarah Neese

Nov.   14,1802 the following members cameto the Lord's Supper:

George Foust and                  Sarah Loy,
wife Barbara                      Jacob Neese
John Foust                        George Albright
John Albright                     Elizabeth Moser
Barbara Foust                     William Albright
Elizabeth Albright                Anna Margaret Wolf
Barbara Albright                  Henry Albright and
John Efland and                   wife Maria
wife Margaretta                   John Loy and
Elizabeth Efland                  wife Philpena
Maria Barbara Efland              Peter Ritch
Bostian Sharp and                 David Efland
wife Catherine                    John Thomas
George Albright                   Catherine Coble
Conrad Steiner                    Catherine Homes
Daniel Albright                   Sarah Nicholson
his mother                        Ludwig Albright and
his wife Catherine                wife Elizabeth
Peter Foust                       Daniel Albright and
Sarah Foust                       wife Elizabeth
Catherine Loy                     Philpena Sharp
INDEX


ALBRIGHT
Anna Barbara, 11
Anna Catharine, 16
Anna Elizabeth, 9, 56
Anna Maria, 12, 17, 22, 26, 60, 61, 62, 63
Anna Magdalena, 13
Anna Margret, 13, 57
Anna Mattelenna, 12
Anna Maria Keller, 98
Anna Maria Moster 98
Babriel (Gabriel), 111
Barbara, 28, 57, 79, 94, 106, 107, 111
Catharine, 10, 13, 21, 57, 60, 61, 63, 75, 79
Christian, 6
Daniel, 2, 6, 14, 15, 18, 26, 28, 29, 57, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69,
70, 74, 75, 76, 77, 98, 99, 112
David, 14, 58
Eli, 58
Elias, 36, 39, 41A, 67, 99
Elizabeth, 6, 15, 18, 26, 28, 29, 33, 57, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 78, 92, 94, 99,
100.
Elizabeth Clapp, 77, 98, 112
Elizabeth Findley, 16
Elizabeth Graves, 100
Elizabeth Hobbs, 99
Emma Catharine, 11
Filbina, 23
Gabriel, 16, 23, 64, 66, 68, 69, 71, 73, 79, 98
George, 28, 31, 58 ,98
Hendrich, 102
Henry, 17, 58, 98, 99
Isaac, 38
J., 58
Jacob, 16, 47, 66, 94, 102, 106
John, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 26, 42, 45, 47, 56, 71, 77, 79, 80, 82, 94, 95,
98, 99, 100, 102, 106
John Christian, 13
John Henry, 12
John Patterson, 39
John Wm., 11
Jonas, 58
Jonathan, 14, 66, 84, 98
Joseph, 55
Joseph E., 81
Joseph Preston, 51
Katie Low, 99
Letty, 99
Louisa Reihart, 81
Ludwig, 8, 10, 77, 97, 98.
Magdalena, 57, 58, 59, 60
Margret, 65, 66
Maria, 28, 57, 58, 59, 60
Maria Barbra, 4
Martha, 59
Mary Ann, 42, 98
Martha Garrett, 38
Nancy, 59
Pena, 101
Perry, 85
Philpina, 95, 102
Polly, 81
S., 58
Sally, 84
Sally Shepherd, 80
Salome, 57
Sarah 28, 59, 79, 112
Sarah Shepherd, 98
Solomon, 32
Sophia, 5, 58
W., 58
Willia, 99
Wm., 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 22, 26, 32, 45, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,
67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 82, 84
Wm. Capt. 5, 79, 80, 98, 99, 100
Wm. Presly, 99
Wm. Presley, 36

ALLEN
Malinda, 53, 91, 92

AMICK
-----, 25
Anna Maria, 99
Barbara, 19
Catharina, 30
Daniel , 59
Eli, 30
Elizabeth, 15, 25, 70,
Jacob, 59, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 105
John, 19, 58
Joseph, 30, 57, 67, 69
Maria, 19, 35, 58, 59, 65, 66
Maria Barbara, 25
Nickalous, 28
Niclous, 94
Obadia, 28
Peter, 58, 94
Philip, 15, 56
Sarah Faust, 94
Wm., 15

ANDREW
James D., 1

ARTZ
J., 41A

ARCH.
Emily, 87
Rev. Wm. 87

ANTHONY
Dorothy, 95
John, 95
Maria, 57

BAIN
John, 46, 85
Susanna, 71
Wm., 50, 89

BAN
Susanna Shepherd, 78

BARBER
Wm., 52

BARNHART
Anna Barbara, 11
Barbara Harriet Low, 90
Gertrude, 7, 17, 78
Gertrude Swing, 93
Harriet, 117
Harriet Low, 90
Henry, Sr., 99
Henry, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 57, 78, 84, 90, 93, 99, 104, 105
John Joel, 7
Levi, 90, 99, 117
Loula A., 99
 Martha Virginia, 92
Mary Jane, 104
Mary Linn, 99
Myra T., 117
Nancy, 105
Nelly, 99
Polly (Mary), 84
Susanna, 57, 93

BAULDWIN
Sarah E. L., 99
Sarah L., 99

BAYIN
Saloma, 57

BENNETT
Daniel, 20
Elizabeth, 20
Elisha, 20

BETS
Anna Barbara, 8
Anna Catharine, 4
Christian, 4
Elizabeth, 4
Mary, 105
Susanna, 4
Wm. 4, 8

BISHOP
Susan Robinson, 110

BITHAN
Rev. John W., 1, 77, 99

BLACK
Dr. Black, 81

BOHSERT
Catharine, 56
David, 56

BOON
Daniel, 81
Elizabeth, 113
Elizabeth A. 113
Henry Clapp, 37
Jacob, 4, 81
Joshua, 87
Joshua Riley, 30
Lewis, 14 35, 37, 58, 64, 66, 68, 70, 79, 81, 84
Ludwig, 30
Malinda, 84
Martin, 113
Mary Me Tildy, 35
Matilda, 84
Matilda Ingle, 87
Polly, 101
Sally, 71
Sarah, 30
Sarah Clapp, 79


BOONE
Caleb, 86
Elvira L. Clapp 86

BORK
Michael, 19
Susa, 19

BORKS
Ehlovina, 15
Ester, 62
Esaac, 14, 15, 56
Michael, 20
Sarah, 14
Susan Moretz, 20

BOWER
Catharine 56, 60
Christian, 24
Delila, 64
Elizabeth, 20, 24
Eva, 56, 62, 64, 77
Maria, 64, 65, 67, 69
Odilla, 60, 63
Oddilla, 62
Susan, 21
Susanna, 56, 60, 62, 64
Solomon, 24

BOWERS
David, 17
Eva, 17, 61
Joshua, 1
Odilla, 61
Susanna, 61

BOWMAN
Catharina, 24
Catharine, 63
Elizabeth, 24, 76
Peter, 24

BROWER
Christian, 55
Elizabeth Clapp, 81
Dr. John, 81
Katy, 73
Niclaus, 56

BROWN
Amelia Cartner, 80
Catharina, 17, 20
John, 17
John Adam, 20
Wm., 80

BURK
Susa, 19
Michael, 19

BURNS
Laama, 72
Lavoma, 72
Nancy, 70
Naoma, 70

BURROW
Catharine Elizabeth, 21
Ishmael, 21
Myzely, 21

BUTLER
Joshua, 74
Thornton, 54

CALK (see KECK)
Catharina, 12
Conrad, 12

CARTNER
Abraham, 66, 59
Amelia, 80, 59
Anna Margaret, 5
Barbara, 17, 18, 21, 25, 31, 56, 57, 58, 60
Catharine, 56
Catharina, 20
Christina, 28, 56
Christina Hoffheins, 95
Daniel, 5, 20, 66
Delilah, 84, 113
David, 56
Elizabeth, 25
Eva, 21, 24, 56, 77, 100, 105, 16, 56, 59, 60, 77, 95, 100, 103
Jacob, 15, 29, 30, 66, 67, 69, 70, 58
Jane, 72
Jane Hofheins, 79
Joel, 30
John, 18, 31, 64, 65, 66, 57
John Matthew, 5
Kadda, 28
Magdalena, 7, 15, 29, 77, 56
Margret, 6, 15, 29, 77, 56, 67, 69, 77
Maria, 6, 21, 60, 64, 66, 69, 57
Matthais, 14, 17, 21, 25, 56, 60
Milly, 29, 30
Peggy, 71, 72, 73
Peter, 5, 11, 18, 67, 70
Peggy Jenette, 43
R…., 43
Rosina, 5
Samuel, 24, 28, 57, 64, 65, 67, 70, 70, 72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 84, 95, 113
Sarah, 58

CAUSEY, (Kasset)
William, 59

CHRISTMAN
Jacob, 25
CLAPP
A., 85
A. G., 48
A. S., 1
Abraham 2, 19, 26, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 47, 50, , 53, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76,
78, 79, 86, 105
Col. Abraham, 85, 86, 88, 89, 100, 101, 102, 115
Col. Abram, 102
Adam, 12, 47, 50, 55, 82
Adeline Greeson, 104
Albertine, 41A
Alfhonso G., 86
Alfred, 33, 106
Alphonso F., 102
Alphonso G., 87
Alphonso Giles, 40, 102
Andrew, 36
Ann, 52, 114, 115
Anna J., 88, 115
Anna, 32, 99, 109
Anna Barbara, 8, 9, 56
Anna Catharine, 5
Anna Elizabeth, 6
Anna Filvina, 26
Anna Maria, 11, 13, 17, 64, 96, 101, 102
Anna Margaret, 8, 9, 55, 93, 96, 101, 102
Anna Mary, 6, 9
Anna Philipina, 7
Augustus, 29
B., 58
Barbara, 7, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 23, 25, 26, 29, 31, 34, 36, 39, 41,
42, 43, 56, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 71, 72, 74, 75, 79, 84,
101, 107
Barbara Faust, 93, 100
Barbara Harriet, 33, 84
Barbara Harriet Catharine, 49
Barbara Maria, 8
Barnard, 34
Barney, 11, 13, 18, 22, 23, 27, 28 , 29, 30, 32, 34, 38, 39, 60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 80, 96, 101, 102, 103, 110, 114
Varney, Jr., 100
Barney, Sr., 7, 64, 100
Benjamin F., 102
Boston, 102
Butler, 53
Butler Dexter, 53
Catharina, 12, 17, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 33, 34, 58, 101
Catharine, 13, 14, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 38, 39, 41, 51, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62,
63, 65, 75, 102, 114
Catharine Faust, 29, 77, 100
Catharine Reinhart, 41A, 48
Caleb Reily, 40
Chas. T. M., 117
Christian, 33, 34, 37, 41, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74
Christina, 14
Claodor Terihsa, 1A
Clarence, 106
Cleodora T., 86
Clide Jacob, 117
Cornelia, 34
D., 83
Daniel, 2, 3, 14, 15, 17, 23, 27, 29, 31, 34, 37, 42, 43, 45, 47, 55, 57, 59,
60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78, 81, 82 84, 91, 95,
101, 102, 104, 105, 107
Daniel (Cooper), 30
Daniel (Hatter), 22, 53
Daniel (Hook), 105
Col. Daniel, 2, 12, 26, 27, 32, 36, 41, 78, 81, 82, 84, 90, 104, 107
Daniel F., 29, 43, 45, 50, 52, 81, 83, 104, 107
Daniel Monroe, 32
Daniel Welker, 46, 103
Daniel Wilbert, 50, 107
David, 7, 14, 17, 20, 30, 34, 38, 56, 58, 59, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72,
76, 83, 101
Delila, 23, 71
Delilah, 46, 102, 105
Delilah Hoffman, 43, 100
Demarius Ingle, 87
Denny, 104
Dexter B., 103, 107
Dilli, 59
Dilly, 75
Doshie D. A., 103
Dutch Yost (Joe), 58
E., 103
E.H., 91
Edith Elizabeth, 47
Eli, 59
Elias, 21, 32
Elisa, 31, 81
Eliza, 82, 104
Eliza Ann Margret, 43
Elizabeth, 6, 8, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 33,
39, 44, 47, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70,
71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 86, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 112, 115
Elizabeth A., 81
Elizabeth Albright, 77, 78, 100
Elizabeth Faust, 93
Elizabeth O., 103
Elizabeth (Robison), 40
Eloisa Jane, 47
Elvira, 86
Elvirah Ladosca, 41
Emanuel, 25, 102, 103
Emeline, 53
Emily, 114
Emily Frances, 53
Ester, 5, 6, 55
Eva, 14, 25, 28, 56, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, 79, 105, 106
Eva Cartner, 24, 77, 105
Eve Cartner, 100
F. Zwing, 46
Felty, 78, 86
Filbina, 25
Flavius E., 88
Flavius Zoinglius, 42
Francis C., 102
Francis Cooks, 43
Francis M., 104
Gabriel, 15, 105
George, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31,
32, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 49, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,
65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 83, 95, 96,
98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106
George Jr., 17, 18, 25, 26, 60, 62
George Sr., 27, 72, 78, 79
George Archable, 30
George Benjamin, 26
G. B., 90
George Eli, 41A
George Martin Reinhart, 41A
George Newton, 44
George Valentine, 55
George W., 86, 87, 105
Brick House George, 17, 29, 51, 77, 78, 80, 92, 100, 102, 104
Gibson George, 26
Hanna, 18
Hannah Starr, 53, 82, 102
(Hatter), 47
Henry, 21, 22, 23, 26, 28, 30, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 79, 88, 101
Henry Boon, 28
Henry C., 90
Henry Milton, 103
Henry Rankin, 48
Helen, 15
Hellina, 15
Isaac, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34, 38, 39, 41, 41A, 66, 101, 114
Israel R., 92
J., 46
J. F., 117
J. M., 74
J. H., 34, 68, 73, 74, 76
J. Frank- 117
J. George, 41, 41A, 42, 44, 75, 86, 90, 102
J. George (Roberson George), 88
J. Henry, 31, 32, 33, 40, 41, 70, 71, 86
Jacob, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 31, 41, 41A, 42,
43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 51, 56, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69,70, 71,
72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 86, 92, 93, 94, 95, 100, 101,
104, 105, 106, 107
Jacob Sr., 13, 28, 63, 67, 95
Jacob Jr., 8, 13, 14, 15, 15, 63, 66
Jacob (Miller), 77, 78
Reb. Jacob C., 87
Capt. Jacob, 72
Jacob R., 78
Jacob Rudy, 36
Jacob (Roper Jacob), 95
Jacob U., 100
Jacob Ursinus, 51
James, 104
James F. R., 104
James F., 90
James L., 104
Jarr-tte Crawford, 43
Jeremia, 26
Jeremiah, 45, 89, 85, 104
Jerry, 90
Joanna, 91
Joe, 52, 53, 110
Joe (Yost), 82
John, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 20,
31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 41, 44, 45, 48, 56, 68, 69, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,
67, 68, 69, 71, 72 , 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 83, 88, 93, 94, 100, 101,
102, 107
John Jr., 15, 16, 76
John Sr., 2, 76, 78, 84, 91
Capt. John, 100
(Hatter ) John, 44, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 105
(White) John, 6, 84, 104
John Artz, 41
John Barnhart, 13
John David, 18
John Elihu, 47
John George, 9, 12, 25, 28, 47, 86
John H., 102
John Henry, 12, 32, 36, 80, 101, 103
John Holt, 26
John J., 84, 100
Capt. John Jacob, 101, 102
John Jacob, 25
John Jep, 46
John Jephuna, 31, 101
John Ludwig, 13, 14, 18, 96
John Phillip, 5, 9, 12
John Pleasant Welker, 52, 104
John Wm. 11
Joseph, 26, 33, 36, 65, 107
Joseph (Yost), 104, 105, 107
Joseph W., 105
Joshua, 3, 24, 29, 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 53, 59, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74,
75, 76, 78, 82, 83, 86, 100, 102, 107
Joshua A., 101
(Miller) Joshua, 51
Capt. Joshua, 51, 87, 88, 92, 100, 103, 105
Judith, 10, 22, 13, 18, 22, 23, 27, 28, 30, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 72,
74, 75, 80, 100, 101, 102, 103, 110
Judith Faust, 100
Judy, 59, 75
Katy, 71, 72, 73
Kate Rinehart, 49
Keturah, 102
L. J., 111
Laura, 12
Laura L. May, 104
Lavinia, Hoffman, 104
Leorge (George Sr., 72
Levi D., 41
Levi Monroe, 45
Lewis, 53, 91
Lewis Crawford, 41
Lewis Wm., 46
Louisa A., 70
Louisa Augusta, 44
Louisa Jane, 46
Lucinda Summers, 101
Ludwig, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 , 15, 16, 26, 33, 55, 57, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,
66, 67, 70, 75, 82, 93, 94, 100, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107
Ludwig Jr., 5, 13, 14, 15
Ludwig Sr., 16, 117
M. L., 117
Magdalena, 9, 14, 56, 64
Margaret, 19, 22, 27, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63, 64
Margret Hoffman, 94
Margery Jane, 48
Marey Barbara, 93
Marey Coole, 93
Maria, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 41, 57, 58, 59,
60, 63
Maria A., 90
Maria Barbara, 14, 18, 27, 55, 57
Maria Catharina, 19
Maria Christina, 55
Maria Eva, 17, 23
Maria Holt, 95
Maria Sophia, 103
Marietta, 28
Martin, 37
Martha, 16, 84
Martha Ann, 44
Martha E. Reitzel, 86
Martha H., 89
Martha Hariette, 43
Martha (Patsy) Rudy, 36
Martha Writzel, 105
Mary, 77, 81, 104, 106, 107
Mary Ann Elizabeth , 41, 102
Mary Alice Coble, 109
Mary Ann Weitszell, 105
Mary Bets, 105
Mary Ann Elizabeth Stewart, 104
Mary E. Johnson, 107
Mary Elizabeth, 42
Mary Glass, 105
Mary Jane, 50, Mary Jane Barnhart, 104
Mary Pymelia Catharine, 43, 103
Mary Swing, 78
Matilde, 37
Mattallena, 15
Maude, 104
Michael, 28, 104
Michael, A., 104
Michael Abraham, 53
Michael W., 102
Michael Washington, 45
Milton Alphonso, 47
Minnie, 115
Muck George, 85
Nancy Stackard, 87, 103
Nathaniel, 30, 83
Nathaniel B., 103
Nellie, 64
Nelly, 22, 65, 67, 70, 71, 72, 75, 80, 104, 110
Nelly May, 87
Nurvy, 38
Obadia, 26
Odena Helena, 22
Oliver, 34
Peggy, 105
Peggy Ann, 39
Pena Albright, 101
Permela J., 102
Perry, 59, 76
Perry ___ben, 42
Perry Ellen, 102
Perry Swing, 85
peter, 20
Philepina, 43
Philepina Moser, 96
Phillipina, 30, 80
Phillipina, 89
Philipina Albright, 95, 102
Phillip, 7, 16, 17, 19, 21, 56, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 93
Pinkney Welker, 45
Polly, 26, 27, 59, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 81, 85, 103
Polly M., 86, 102
Polly Anna Maria, 26
Polly Maria, 36
Polly Maria May, 85
Polly Isabella, 42, 86
Rachael May, 83
Rebecca Caroline, 47
Reley, 86
Riley, 86
Rosina Sommers, 95
Sallie, 33, Sally, 41, 45, 52, 59, 76, 80, 82, 84, 102, 104, 110
Sally Faust, 81, 107
Sally R., 81
Sally Reily, 27
Sally Staley Friddle, 106
Saloma, 26, 28, 47, 51
Sarah, 14, 22, 32, 40, 43, 58, 79, 102
Sarah E., 103
Sarah Ellen, 50
Sarah Friddle, 105
Sarah Jane, 51, 103
Sarah R., 107
Simeon R., 88
Simeon Reily, 42, 103
Solomon, 15, 33, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74
Sophia, 5, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 63
Sophia Albright, 5
Swig, 117
Temperance, 81
Tempie M., 89
Tempy Cornelia, 37
Tempy Hobbs, 80, 105
Tempy Maria, 41
Thomas T., 104
Thomas Thaddeus, 48
Tobias Sr., 6
Tobias, 9, 11, 12, 15, 20, 23, 25, 29, 30, 38, 39, 56, 60, 61, 76, 96, 101
Tub. A., 50
Tubal, 87, 104, 105, 107
Tubal A., 53, 86
Tubal Albright, 40
Upha Charline, 38
Valentine, 11, 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 29, 31, 55, 60, 77, 78, 80, 83, 97, 98, 99,
100, 102, 103, 104, 106
Valentine Jr., 21
Valentine, Sr., 117
W. A., 46
Wilbert, 104
Will, 63
William, 12, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 41, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 78, 79, 85, 93, 95, 101, 102
William A., 84
William C., 102
William Dickey, 30
William Henry, 12
William M., 39
William Monroe, 46
Yost (Joseph), 45, 48, 52, 53, 58, 101, 102
Z. Lonnie, 102, 106, 117

CLINE
Catharine Wagerman, 94
Christopher, 94
Jacob, 94

COBB
Elizabeth, 19, Elizabeth Wagoner, 85
Valentine, 19, 85

COBLE
A. C., 104
Dr. A. L., 104, 113
Amalia, 27
Anna Eliza Carolina, 52
Austin, 52
Anthony, 20, 21, 94
Barbara, 18
Barbara Harriet Clapp, 84
Caroline, 35
Catharina, 24
Catharine, 22
Christina, 19, 24
Cornelia Weitzel, 89
Daniel, 24, 29, 31, 35
David, 17, 18, 25, 95
Dorothea, 22
Elizabeth, 29, 31, 35, 67, 58
Gaberiel, 18, 70, 72, 73
George, 22, 24, 89, 94
Henry, 6
Henry Nathaniel, 52
Hezakiah, 71, 72, 74
Isabella Frelland, 103
J. G., 103
Jacob, 19, 24
John, 24, 34, 94
Ludwig, 93
Magdalina, 17, 18, 29, 62
Magdalena Cartner, 77
Marey, 93
Margret, 18, 94
Maria, 19, 24, 95
Maria Barbara Sommers, 94
Martha Caroline, 103,
Martha Caroline Greeson, 103
Mary Alice, 104
N. L., 104
Nancy, 103
Nelly, 31
Peggy, 70
Peter, 18
Phillip, 24
Reily, 35
Sally, 76
Sarah, 24
Sarah E., 113
Stanley, 50, 52, 84

COOK
Christian, 55
Elizabeth, 55
Henry, 55

COPELAND
Denny Alphonso, 52
Sally Clapp, 52, 82
Shep., 52
Sjep., 82

CORSBIE
Mr., 66
David, 72, 73, 74
Elizabeth, 72, 73
Emily, 117
Jane, 70
John, 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76
Margret, 66, 70
Peggy, 71, 73, 75

COSTEN
Anna Margret, 5

COX
D. C., 1

CRAWFORD
Anna M., 74, 82
Anna Maria, 75
Rev. John H., 1, 2, 3, 39, 40, 41, 41A, 42, 43, 4, 59, 74, 75, 79, 80, 81, 82,
83, 84, 85

DENNY
Eliza, 105
Washington, 92
Wm., 105
Dr. W. R., 105

DEVINNY, DEVINEY
________, 17

DE VAULT
Abi Catharine, 89
Anna Barbara, 65
Anna Barbara May, 77, 105
Attelia, 89
Barbara, 19, 27, 61, 72, 75
Barbara May, 105, 108
Elizabeth, 19, 58, 79, 86, 89, 108
Elizabeth Rudisill, 105
Ezekiel, 72, 74, 75, 105
Frances Ann Minerva, 46
Cideon, 46, 89
Hannah, 30, 111
John Valentine Montgomery, 46
Lilly, 27
Valentine, 19, 27, 30, 65, 79, 105, 108, 111

DICK
Maria, 94
Peter, 94

DIFFENBACK
Rev. Henry, 1, 5, 57, 58, 60, 78, 93

DILLMAN
Margret, 55



DONNELL
_____, 117
Malvina, 92

DUPERT
Richard, 1

EBAUGH
Rev. John S., 27, 31, 32, 58, 79

EISLEY, (Isley)
Bolzer, 36
Elizabeth, 36

ELLOIT
Elizabeth, 58,
Hiram, 34
John, 34, 58

EPHLAND
Elizabeth, 57
John, 83
Maria, 57
Rebecca, 65, 83
ESSLINGER
Andrew, 7, 10, 11
Anna Eva, 7
Christian, 10
Elizabeth 7
John Adam, 10

EULIS
Alfred, 49, 85, 108
Dilla Hoffman, 108
Dililah Hoffman, 85
Rankin Columbia, 49

FARMAN
Christian, 11
Jacob, 11

FAUST
Miss, 14
Abraham, 106
Ann, 62
Anna Maria, 4, 5, 12
Ann Wolf, 93
Barbara, 4, 19,, 23, 57, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 93, 94, 100
Barbara A., 89
Barbara Albright, 94, 106
Barbara A., O., 107
Barbara Ann, 42
Barbara Kivett, 77, 78, 106
Catharina, 4, 5
Catharina Clapp, 17
Catharine, 28, 29, 31, 42, 77, 82, 89, 90, 100
Catharine Freeland, 107
Catharine Hagy, 94
Christian, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 19, 56, 57, 60, 61, 62, 65, 73, 74, 93, 94
Christian Jr., 63, 64
Christian Sr., 63, 64
Claudius, 107
Cleodora T. Clapp, 86
Daniel, 1, 2, 3, 19, 22, 34, 37, 38, 40, 42, 45, 51, 53, 54, 59, 64, 65, 67,
68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 78, 80, 81, 82, 84, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 99, 100,
104, 106, 107
Daniel A., 107
Daniel P., 86
Daniel Paisly, 38
Elizabeth, 11, 57, 91, 93
Floretta Alma, 54
G., 44
George, 7, 16, 37, 44, 48, 76, 77, 78, 84, 88, 90, 91, 94, 100, 106, 107
Gideon, 88
Henry, 27, 37, 44, 48, 50, 51, 54, 75, 80, 81, 88, 90, 107
Henry Wm., 51
Jacob, 4, 11, 37, 58, 81
John, 4, 5, 7, 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 68, 76, 94, 99,
100, 106
John Sr., 4
John Jr., 4
John Fritchey, 40
John Geo., 7
John Phillip, 4, 5
Joseph W., 90
Joshua, 37, 106
Judith, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 14, 100
Dr. Kivett, 91
Leonard, 18, 59
Letty, 59, 99
Levi, 37, 81
Lewis, 75
Lizzie, 107
Louise, C., 91
Lydia Filbina, 23
Lyndon T. W., 107
Lyndon Thaddeus Welker, 48
Magdalena, 20
Malinda, 51
Malenda E. Flack, 88
Malinda Flack, 44, 48, 104
Margret, 18, 19
Maria Magdalena, 25
Martha Cornelia, 44
Martha Louisa Catherne, 45
Mary, 71, 73, 81
Mary Clapp, 81, 104, 106, 107
Mary J., 90
Mary Mariah, 37
Nancy, 61, 62
Peter, 20, 58, 93, 94
Philip, 4, 12
Philipina Swing, 94
Salome, 57
Sally, 37, 81, 104, 107
Sally R. Clapp, 81
Sally Reily Clapp, 27
Sarah, 19, 59, 64, 94
Sarah E., 107
Sarah Elizabeth, 50
Sarah Nurvera Jane, 48
Sarah R., 44, 54
Simeon R., 106
Simeon Rudy, 34
Sophia, 64
Wm., 17, 37, 62
Zimri. 107
Zimri M., 88

FEISHER
Charles, 83
Joseph, 83

FERGUSON
Sally Clapp Kine, 110
Wm., 110

FERIL
Barbara, 67
FESPERMAN
Harvey, 3
Hoy,1

FILIBI
H. A., 107

FINDLEY
Elizabeth, 16
Nancy, 72, 73, 74, 75
Polly A., 82
Rachel R., 82

FISHER
Fanny, 82
FLACK
Malinda, 44, 48, 88, 106

FOGLEMAN
Anna Margret, 6
Catharina, 17
Catharine, 64, 66, 75
David, 16, 17
Elizabeth Albright, 94
Geore, 5, 32
George, 5, 32
Haneyr, 107
J. P., 84
John, 27, 36, 94, 112
Katy, 74
Margret, 4
Maria, 27, 58
Matilda Boon Pryor, 84
Melchiar, 94
Molly, 66, 71
Peter, 84
Polly, 27, 112
Polly May, 27
Sarah E. Faust, 107
Wm. H. 107

FOOSHE
Charles, 44, 46, 48, 52, 54
Elizabeth, 91
Gabriel, 87, 91
Joseph, 87
Ladoska Ellen, 54
Martha Elizabeth, 52
Rufus Baxter, 46
Sarah, 44
Zwinglius Welker, 48

FOSTER Albert, 107
George A., 106
George, Adam, 106
M. J., 106
Rosa B. Reece, 107
Sibby Staley, 106
Wm. A., 106

FREELAND
Anna A., 108
Catharine, 106, 107
Isabella, 103
James, 84
John, 84
Joseph, 84

FRIDDLE
Anna Margret, 8
Annie, 39
Barbara, 33, 72
Barbara Shepherd, 79
Catharine, 55, 57, 83
Delilah, 83
Delilah Shepherd, 114
Elizabeth 83
Emily, 33
Emily Caroline, 41
George, 33, 35, 57, 64, 65, 68, 69, 72, 78, 79
Henry, 33, 39, 41, 70, 73, 75, 79, 106
Isom, 59, 68
Jacob, 39, 73, 75
Laban, 35
Levi Monroe, 47
Lewis, 39, 50
Lorentz, 55
Loretz, 8
Magdlene, May, 79
Mary Elizabeth, 48
Millie, 59
Milly, 68, 78
Mollie Huffines, 106
Nancy, 71
Nanny, 86
Oliver, 43, 45, 47, 50
Polly, 36, 41, 71, 106
Polly Jane, 43
Polly Staley, 39
Sarah, 43
Sally Staley, 106
Sophia, 20
Wm., 45
Wm. G., 88, 114
Wm. Guilford, 41

FRITCHEY
Rev. Mr., 2
Rev. John G., 74

GARRETT (Garrit - Garhard - Gerhart)
Barbara, 21, 23, 24, 62, 63
Barbara Ingold, 94
Elias, 23
Henry, 26, 94
 John, 21, 23, 26, 57, 62, 63, 94

GERRINGER
Raymond Boyd, 107

GERSHEIMER
Philip, 11

GIBB
Anna Barbara, 55
Henry, 55

GIBSON
John Calvin, 34
Joseph, 71, 75

GILMER
James, 52, 90

GIPSON
Catherine, 55

GLASS
Elizabeth, 21
George, 21, 22, 29, 35
John, 18
Maria, 21, 22, 29, 67
Mary, 105
Philip, Jr., 18

GOLEY
Christina, 90
GRAUSER
Agnes Stuard, 94
Frederick, 94

GRAVES
Anna Maria, 57
Bostian, 58
Cahtarine, 57
D., 58
Daniel, 20, 56, 58
David, 57, 58, 63
Eli, 58
Elizabeth, 21, 55, 58, 100
John, 20, 60, 61, 62, 63
Millie, 24
Milly, 58
Peter, 21, 56, 61, 63
Sarah, 58
Sebastian, 56

GREESON
A. L. A., 44
Adeline, 104
Alfred, 86
Alfred Monroe, 41A
Amelia, 76
Anna, 103, 108
Anna A. Freeland, 108
Barbara, 33 52, 68, 89, 108, 111
Barbara Albright, 107
Barbara Caroline, 110
Barbara Catharine, 42
Bunyan, 110
David, 23, 110
Dorothea, 21, 62
Dorothy, 60
Dorothy Ingle, 77
E. Jane, 91
Eli, 108
Eliza, 83
Eliza Adline, 44
Elizabeth A., 91
Elizabeth Mabe, 108
Elize Moelke, 31
Farley, 67
Frances Isabella, 49, 108
George, 31, 47, 58
George a., 33, 107
George Adam, 33, 108
Gideon, 90
Gideon Lindsey, 43
Gurley, 72
Henry, 42
Isaac, 21, 77, 97
Jacob, 10, 23, 31, 41A, 76, 108
John, 24
Jane Eulis, 108
Leayer, 76
Mamie N., 110
Margret, 7, 24
Maria, 23
Martha C., 89
Mary Ada, 108
Myron Newton, 52, 108
Nanny E. Friddle, 86
Newt, 108
Nicholaus, 7
S. E., 108
Samuel, 7
Sarah Cleodora, 50
Solomon, 42, 43, 44, 47, 49, 50, 52, 89, 90, 91, 103, 104, 108
Tamatha, 65
Turley, 75
Wm., 52, 90
Wm., B., 108

GROFF
W. H., 1

GRUBER
Peter, 94, 95
Peter Sr., 95
Philipina Ingle, 95
Sarah, 94

HACKETT
James, 49, 109
Nancy, 115
Nancy A., 109
Nerva Harriet Holt, 49
Wm. Harvey, 49

HADDOCK
Henry, 45, 85

HAGY
Catharine, 12, 94
Conrad, 10, 12, 21, 23, 29, 94
David, 67
John, 12, 21, 32
Ludwig, 32
Magdalena, 21, 23, 29, 67, 68, 69
Maria Magdalena, 60
Maria Sophia, 21

HAMEL
Jacob, 7

HAUCK
Rev. Wm., 79

HAUK
Wm., 28, 29, 30, 31, 37

HAUR
Christian, 6

HELTEN
Eli, 97
Peter, 97

HENKEL
Phillip, 28

HIAT, HIATT
Chas. E., 1
David, 18, 57, 94
Elizabeth 57, 61, 62
Jacob, 23, 24, 57, 60, 94, 95
John, 57
John Jacob, 18
Magdalena, 60, 61, 62
Maria, 23, 23
Maria Coble, 95
Maria Dick, 94
Maria Magdalena, 18
Wm., 24

HILL
James, 36
Menerva Miller, 36

HINES
____, 46
Lilly, 27
Permelia Cahtarine, 46
Wm., 27, 46

HOBBS, HOBS
Elizabeth, 59, 99

Jane, 70
John 59, 79, 80, 81, 105
Katy, 59
Maria, 59
Polly, 66, 67, 71
Temperance, 81
Tempy, 80, 105

HOFFHEINES, HOFFEINS
Catharine, 95
Christina, 95
David, 95
Daniel, 95
Jane, 79

HOFFMAN
Andy, 34
Anna Margret, 11, Aubrey Edward, 109
Catharina, 22
Catharine, 21, 57, 63, 108
Catharine Ingle, 108
Catharine W., 91
Christina, 108
Christian, 80, 108, 109
Daniel, 10, 57, 109
David, 3, 59, 80
Davie, 109
Delilah, 43, 85, 100, 104
Dilla, 108
Elizabeth, 19, 22, 25, 41, 58, 68, 71, 75
Elizabeth DeVault, 79, 86, 89, 108
Elizabeth Shaffner, 82, 108
Emily Arch, 87
George, 10, 25, 57, 67, 68, 71, 72, 75, 76, 82, 100, 104, 108
George Harpine Welker, 47
George, (Miller), 109
Georgia Pearl, 109
Hilliary, 28, 51, 80, 82, 87, 91
Hartwell, 19, 38, 39, 41, 66, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 79, 85, 86, 89, 108
Hattie Abigail, 109
James F., 109
Jennie Loudie, 109
John, 10, 11, 22, 32, 63, 75, 76, 80, 94, 100, 108
John J., 87
John R., 85
Col. J. R., 116
Col. John R., 108, 109
Josephus Kivet, 51
Joshua, 86
Lavinia, 104
Lillian, 86
Lillie, 39
Margaret, 94
Maria E., 109
M. E., 109
Narcissa Delvina, 48
Nelly, 41, 89
Oliver, 25
Peter, 22, 56, 109
Pinkey, 109
Pinkey Reinhart, 109
Polly Louise May, 34
Sally Clapp, 80
Saloma Clapp, 28, 47, 51
Salome, 48
Solomon, 22
Sarah Ellen, 91
Ursula Ingle, 109
Valentine, 89
Wm., 47, 48

HOLLIE
Lucy, 108

HOLT
Alfred, 39
Barbara, 56
Catharine, 63
Cornelia R., 109
Helena, 56
James Monroe, 52
Jeremiah, 95
John W., 109
Maria, 95
Sarah, 65
Wesley, 52

HUBBARD
Eva Clapp, 105
Ned, 105

HUFFINES
Mollie, 106
Molly, 112

HURDLE
Miss., 87

INGLE
Adam, 30, 31, 33, 34, 38, 47, 68, 71, 73
Aidy, 19
Albert, 45
Anna Barbara, 60
Anna Margret, 10, 55
Barbara, 19, 110
Barney, 8,, 21, 55, 69, 80, 87, 88, 90, 109, 110
Brona Helen, 110
Catharina, 67
Catharine, 21, 55, 59
Cornelia, 47
Daniel, 110
Daniel R., 110
David, 3, 39, 40, 45, 47, 49, 59, 75, 80, 82, 87, 90, 110
Delia Low, 110
Delila, 30
Demarius, 87
Dorothea, 6, 56
Dorothy, 77
Elizabeth 21, 30, 56, 87, 110
Elizabeth Richerdson, 109
Emily Marcelia Smith, 109
George, 6, 10, 95, 108, 109
George Zevingle, 50 (Zwingle)
Henry, 10
Hezakeah, 38
Jacob, 15
John, 10, 59, 88, 110
John C., 87
John Calvin, 39
Joshua C., 31
Katy, 71
Lowina, 56
Ludwig, 19, 60
Malinda, 114
Margret, 6
Maria, 30, 58
Matilda, 87
Mebane, 50, 87
Milly, 110, 114
Milly Low, 109
Philipina, 56, 95
Polly, 74, 82
Polly Tickle, 45, 110
Rebecca, 33
Reily, 109, 110
Reuben, 88, 109, 110, 114
Riley, 88
Rufus, 90
Sidney, 87
Silas V., 110
Tempy Cornelia, 34
Thaddeus, 49
Ursula, 109
Wm., 15
Wm. Cyrus, 109
Wm. Reily, 109, 110

INGOLD
Abigail, 47
Adam, 73
Ambrose, 42, 47, 81, 84, 86
Amelia, 83
Barbar, 17
Barbara, 21, 24, 57, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, 69, 70, 77, 94
Catharina, 17
Christian, 60
Christina 19, 60, 61, 62, 63
Christina Streter, 93
Delila, 24
Dorothea, 23, 24
Dorothy Anthony, 95
Filbina, 24
Gerhart, 65
Jane, 73
Jeremeah, 81
Jeremiah, 42, 48, 49
Joel, 81
John, 23, 24, 57, 63, 95
Leah, 83
Maria, 56
Peter, 17, 19, 21, 24, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, 77, 81, 93, 94,
95, 110
Peter Sr., 28
Rebecca, 82, 84
Ruth, 86
Wm., 56, 60, 62, 110

ISELEY, EISLEY
Baltzer (Eisley), 94
Christian (Eisley), 94
Hanna Zimmerman (Eisley, 94
H. I., 103
Henry, 116
Margret R. Shepherd, 115
Mary A., 116
Sarah E. Clapp, 103
Wm. H., 115

JOBE
Aron Washington, 35
Joseph Graham, 35
Moser, 35
Sally, 76

JOHNSON
Amelia, 83
Cynthia, 84
Elvi, 85
Hampton, 84
Mary E., 107
Tipton, 110
Thomas, 58
Wm., 84, 85

KARLIN Anna Margret, 5

KAST Anna Margret, 5

KECK (Calk)
Catharina, 12
Conrad, 12
Danile, 32
Elizabeth, 22, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 70
George, 30
Henry, 16, 22, 23, 25, 31
Maria, 20, 23
Phillip, 24

KEIM (See KIME)
C., 58
Christian, 63
David, 63
P., 58
S., 58

KELLAM
A., 81
Deleza Crawford, 41A
Martin Rudy, 39
Nelson, 39, 41A, 78
Polly Albright, 81
Rosina Mary, 78
Tempy Caroline, 41A
KELLER
Anna Maria, 98

KENNET ____, 30

KILIAN
Meria, 56

KIME (see KEIM)
Christian, 38, 55, 58, 110
David, 58
Henry, 55
Sallie, 72
Sally, 38, Sally Clapp, 110
Sally Mariah, 38

KIMERY Catharine, 24
Elizabeth, 23
John, 23
Minny, 23

KIMRIE
Frederick, 12

KIRKENETT
Magdalena, 9
Philip, 9

KIVET
Barbara, 77, 78, 106

KLOPFENSTEIN
M. L., 1

KNEIL
David, 65, 66

LEIDY
Rev. George, 31, 32, 59, 79

LEOPOLD
George A., 2

LERVERY
Philipina, 64

LESCH
Amelia G., 82

LEWENBERGER
Mrs., 96

LEWEY
Alfred, 38
David, 32
John, 32, 33, 36, 38, 39, 80
John Henry, 110
Nelly, 33
Polly, 59, 75, 80
Peny, 39
Perry, 72, 73, 74, 76
Philipina, 67, 110
Reuben, 39

LEWIS
Emma, 87
LINDSAY
Amelia G. Lesch, 82
Silas, 82

LINEBERRY
Albertine, 35
Anna Margaret, 7
Aquilla, 92, 111
Barbara, 56
Catharine, 66, 68
David 10
Elizabeth albright, 92
Eva, 58
Feorge, 35
Frank, 7
Frankl, 10
George, 10, 58, 66
Judith, 7
Mrs., 75
Magdalena, 35, 58
Maria, 56, 65
Molly, 68
Sarah, 24, 57
Wm., 59, 66, 69

LINN
Alexandre, 6
Ann, 6
Dililah Shepherd Friddle, 114
Henry, 114
John, 6, 9, 10
John Jr., 24
Maria, 24
Mary, 99
Samuel, 10
Sarah, 24

LORETZ
Adam, 9
Rev. Andrew, 1, 12, 14, 55, 56, 77, 78
Anna Maria, 9
Catharina, 9
George, 7, 9
Joseph, 7
Maria, 9

LOW
Adam, 15, 19, 23, 93
Addison, 89
Anna, 59
Barbara Harriet, 90, 99
Barbara Harriet Barnhart, 99
Barbara Warlick, 110, 112
Barney, 110, 112
Barney F., 110
Barney Frank, 110
Caroline Lucinda, 89
Catharine Hoffheins, 95
Daiel, 109, 110, 111
David, 14, 89, 93, 95
Davie, 95
Delia, 110
Delilah, 110, 114
E. Carolina, 91
Elizabeth, 14
Eva, 20, 56
Francis, 110
George, 89
Guy Warlick, 110
Harriet, 90
Henry, 43, 88, 111
Hezekiah, 110, 111
Joel R., 89
John, 31, 33, 34, 43, 76, 88, 89, 90, 109, 110, 111
Kate, 112
Lillian Catharine, 89
Ludwig, 15, 24, 27, 114
Magdalena, 19,
Mamie, 110
Margret, 7
Maria, 23, 24, 27
Martha Elizabeth Watson, 43
Martha Watson, 88
Mary Ann, 111
Mary Catharine, 110
Milly, 109
Nelly, 88, 89, 90, 91, 110
Peggy Jane, 111
Peter, 7
Philipina, 31
Sally, 109
Saloma, 31
Sarah, 19
Sarah Brosn, 111
Sidney M., 111
Susanna Barnhart, 93
Wilbert C., 111

LOWEY
Isaac, 35
John, 35

LOY
Catharine, 78
Caty, 74
George, 78
Katie, 99
Katy, 70, 71, 72, 74

LOYD
Henry, 55

LUCKER
Adam, 8
John George, 8

LUDSVIKIN
Elizabeth, 10

LUEY
Benjamin, 29
Elizabeth, 29
Jacob, 29
John, 27, 29
Oliver, 27
Philipina, 27, 29

LUGER
Adam, 93
Anna Margret Clapp, 93
MABE
Elizabeth, 108

MARKHERT
Rev. J. L., 25, 26

MARSTALLEA
Conrad, 11
Solomon, 11

MARTIN
James, 1

MASON, MEHSON
Abby, 86
Abigail, 116
Abraham John, 30
Elizabeth, 30
Emily, 32
Joe, 53, 91, 92, 116
Louisa, 92, 116
Malinda Allen, 91, 92, 116
Myra, 53, 91, 116

MAST
Conrad, 7
Eva, 7

MATTHEW
John, 5

MAY
A., 58
Alexander, 41A, 42, 90, 112
Amelia, 59, 75, 80, 81
Amelie, 75
Anna, 30, 66, 83
Anna Barbara, 4, 77, 105
Anna Magdalena, 13
Anna Maria, 16
Anna Maria Wagner, 95
Anna Sophia, 31
Annie, 69
Artelia J., 112
Barbara, 6, 7, 10, 18, 55, 59, 61, 62, 63, 66, 71, 105
Barbara Albright, 79
Barbara Albright Greeson, 107
Benjamin, 111
Caleb Walter, 112
Calvin Reily, 40
Catharina, 6, 7, 9, 30
Catharine, 20, 23, 57, 61, 62, 67, 70, 76, 85
Charles, 115
Cresa M., 111
D., 58
Daniel, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 15, 16, 18, 31, 35, 36, 40, 41, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65,
67, 68, 69, 70, 77, 81, 83, 93, 105, 111
Daniel Jr., 14, 22
Daniel (Tailor), 81
David, 14, 32
Delilah, 89, 113
Denny A., 111, 112
Eli, 35, 65
Elias, 34, 38, 59, 65, 66, 68, 67, 70, 71, 72
Elizabeth, 10, 59, 67, 68
Emily Elizabeth 40
Ester, 56
Eva, 65, 68, 70, 71, 72
Eva Barbara, 17
Ezekiel, 33, 46, 112
George, 18, 23, 35, 60, 62, 63, 66, 69, 70, 75
Hannah, 30, 32
Hannah DeVault, 111
Henderson, 39
Henry, 14, 16, 17, 18, 22, 41A, 42, 63, 64, 65, 67, 69, 70, 77, 79, 111
Henry Sr., 111
Henry M., 111
Hillary, 112
Isaac, 86
Jacab, 4, 16, 20, 30, 32, 33, 34, 37, 39, 40, 41A, 55, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63, 65,
66, 67, 68, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 85, 95, 111.
James Henderson, 112
James M., 112
Jeremiah, 32
Jonathan, 23, 35, 70, 71, 73
John, 13, 14, 35, 55, 79, 93, 95
Joseph, 32
Katy, 71
L. J. Clapp 111
Laura L., 104
Letty, 75, 80
Levi, 27, 85, 104, 106, 110, 112
Lewis, 85
Lotty, 59
Louise Martin, 33
Ludwig, 33, 36, 58, 68, 69, 111
Lula J., 111
M., 58
Madison, 34
Magdalena, 14, 18, 22, 58, 64, 68, 93
Magdlene, 79
Maria, 34, 59, 66, 68, 69, 85, 71
Maria Barbara, 22, 57
Maria Elizabeth 14, 32
Maria Margaret, 56
Maria Sophia, 36
Martin, 59, 67, 69
Martha L., 111
Martha L. Shaw, 112
Mary, 79
Mary Ann, 41
Michael, 38
Molly, 65, 67, 70, 71
Mollie Huffines, 106
Murphy Wait, 111
N., 58
Nelly, 87, 104
Nettie, 115
Peter, 14, 46, 111
Polly, 34, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71
Polly Fogleman, 112
Polly Louise, 34, 85
Polly Maria, 36, 85
Rachel, 30, 83
Rosina, 59, 67, 68, 69, 70, 78
Sabina, 57
Saffried, 33
Sally, 85
Sarah, 81, 86
Simeon, 111
Solomon, 20, 40, 70, 71, 74, 76
Temperance, 91
Tempy Ann, 42
Tobias, 16, 20, 23, 33, 36, 40, 42, 56, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,
70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 79, 80, 89, 90, 91, 107, 111, 112, 113
Washington, 37
Welker Wade, 111
William, 59, 65
Wm. J., 111
Wm. Patterson, 112
Wm. Rudy, 36

MEBANE
John, 50
Martha Clapp, 84
Mrs., R., L., 84
Robert L., 87
 Robert Lafayet, 50

MEGEAEHEY
James, 35, 36
Joseph White, 36
Wm. Lindley, 35

MEHSON, MASON
Emily, 32
John, 32

METZGER
Anna Margaret, 5
Valentine, 5

MEYER
Mary Elizabeth , 93

MITCHELL
John, 81

MOHSER (See MOSER)
Franciscus, 56

MONTGOMERY
C. C., 112
J. R., 112
Maria, 112
Martha, 112
Mary A., 112
Nancy Elizabeth, 28
Sally, 66, 67, 68, 76
Saloma, 28
Sarah Albright, 79
Wm., 28
Dr., Wm., 112
Wm. Trolinger, 112

MOORE
Robert, 111

MORIS
Frederick, 56

MORITZ
Anna Maria, 55
Maria Barbara, 56
Mary Elizabeth Meyer, 93
John, 56, 93
Susan, 20
MOSER
Adam, 96
Anna Maria, 98
Jacob, 24
Maria, 68, 69, 70
Philepina, 96
Phillip Jacob, 55

MURPHY
John Wm. Jr., 111

McADOO
Hon. Wm. Gibbs, 55

McLEAN
Abi Catharine DeVault, 89
E. N., 91
J. M., 89

McMASTERS
John Hobart, 111

McNEILY
____, 117

NEESE
Adam, 21, Anna Catharine, 7
Anna Maria, 93, 96
Barbara, 20, 28, 60, 61, 62, 72
Barbara Faust, 94
Catharine, 21
Catharine, 21, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 70
Elizabeth, 21, 30, 63, 66, 69
George, 7, 10, 11, 20, 28, 94
John, 20, 21, 41, 58, 59
John Adam, 7
John George, 11
Joseph, 58
Margret, 67
Martain, 30
Martin, 63
Milly, 58
Peggy, 76
Reily, 41
Sophia, 28
W., 58

NOTZ
Anna Margret, 112

O‘BRIEN
Lucy Ann, 84

PAISLEY
Rev. Wm., 1, 37, 38, 39, 71, 72, 73

PATTERSON
Elizabeth Faust, 91
George, 91
Lizzie Faust, 107

PHEIFER, PHEIFFER
Adam, 56
B., 58
Barbara, 65, 66, 68
Catharina, 58
Daniel, 17
Delila, 27
Elizabeth, 58, 65, 66, 72, 75
Johathan, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75
Margret, 17, 27
Polly, 34, 59, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75
Sophia, 58, 65, 66, 68, 69, 75
Valentine, 17, 27, 65, 66, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74

PHILLIPI, PHILLIPPI
Ambrose Gutman, 31
Catharina, 20
Catharine, 22, 60, 61, 94
Elizabeth , 19, 20, 25, 29, 31, 60, 64
Elizabeth Weitman, 95
Eva, 29, 64, 66, 67, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 75
Jacob, 25
John, 20, 22, 31, 36, 83, 94, 95
John Jr., 29
John Sr., 29
Leonard, 18, 22, 94
Margret, 16, 22
Margret Coble, 94
Nancy, 29
Rachel Starr, 83
Sarah, 22

PITTS
Moser, 74

PRICE
Dr., 85
Thaddeus A., 85
Thaddous Alexander, 45

PRIESTLY
Wm., 48

PRYOR
Calvin, 84
CalvinN., 91
Calvin M., 53, 112
Mary, 109
Mary E., 112
Matilda Boon, 84

RAMSEUR
Daniel Warlick, 112
Late Low, 112

REECE
Frank, 107
Rosa B., 107

REILY
Rev., James R., 1, 27, 28, 58
Rev. Jacob R., 79

REINHART
___, 78
Catharine, 41A, 48, 100
Kate, 49
Louisa, 81
Melvina, 84
REITZEL
Widow, 64
Henry, 70
Martha E., 86
Polly, 44
Polly Clapp, 80
Sarah Kature, 44
Wm., 44, 80, 85, 112

RICH
John, 59
Peter, 56

RICHERDSON
Elizabeth, 109
Molly, 74

RITSCHERDON
Barbara, 56
Frederick, 56
Magdalena, 56
Maria, 56

ROBESON
Elizabeth, 40
Emily, 114

ROBINSON
Susan, 110

ROMNE
Wm., 59

RONEY
Delah A., 112

RUDISILL
Elizabeth, 105, 111
Michael, 105

RUDY
Barbara, 35
Rev. John R., 1, 22, 24, 25, 36, 59, 66, 68, 70, 71, 78, 81
Maria, 35, 67, 69, 70, 71

SAVAGE
Bythy, 76

SCHERER
Rev. Fred R., 86
Lillian Hoffman, 86

SCHNOIDER
Rev., 77

SCHULTZ
Christian, 6, 9
John Henry, 6
Maria Elizabeth, 9
Mary Elizabeth, 6

SHADDY
Jacob, 18
John, 18, 56
Rachael, 56
SHAEFFER
Elizabeth, 16
John, 13
Wm., 16

SHARP
Anna, 56
Anna Catharine, 55
Attelia DeVault, 89
Barbara, 57, 62
Catharine, 58
Christian, 62, 75
Eva Maria, 55
R. O., 89
Sarah, 58

SHATTERLY
Andrew, 94
Catharine, 94
Catharina, 17
Catherine, 55
John, 22

SHAW
Amelia May, 81
Martha Hariette, 43
Martha L., 112
Wm., 112
Wm. C., 1

SHEPHERD
Abraham, 50, 87,, 113, 115
Abraham Alexander, 51
Adam, 23, 44, 49, 50, 52, 83, 87, 113, 114, 115, 116,
Alphonso, 109, 115
Ann Clapp, 52, 115
Anna Maria, 23, 28, 114
Ann J., 115
Ann J., Clapp, 88
Albertina, 113
Barbara, 58, 59, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 79
Brooks R., 113
Catharine Albright, 79
Catharine, 58, 67
Catharine B., 85
Catherina, 28
Clarence G., 115
Dora F., 113
Delilah May, 89, 113
Delilah, 44, 90, 114
David, 22
Daniel, 29, 13
Daniel Rankin, 49
E. J., 91
Elizabeth, 16, 31, 44, 113, 116
Elizabeth A. Boon, 113
Elizabeth Jane, 53
Elizabeth Pyrmelia, 40
Elmira A., 115
Emily, 90, 115
Eliza, 89
Elizabeth Weitzel, 83, 114
Eralina, 44
Gideon M., 116
Gideon Monroe, 49
George, 40
Hannah, 40, 113
Hilliary, 91
Hilliary Waller, 50
Henry, 32
Isabelle, 115
J. Riley, 115
Jacob Riley, 49
James Alphonso, 52
Joshua, 51, 52, 87, 88, 115, 116
John, 20, 28, 31, 32, 40, 70, 79, 83, 116
Jacob Rodney, 113
Jacob R., 113
Jacob Jr., 78
Jacob Sr., 78
Levi, 49
L. B., 113
Lula A., 115
Mary Clapp, 77, 104
Mary A. Iseley, 116
Mary Ann, 44
Margret, 27, 75
Margaret, 81
Margret R., 115
Mary Ann, 83
Malinda Ingle, 114
Mary A. Starr, 113
M. C., 115
Martha M., 115
Maria, 20, 27, 29, 59, 67, 71, 113, 116
Nancy A., 109
Nancy Hachett, 115
Pleasant Wesley, 52
Ples Rufus, 116
Polly, 113
Pearl M., 115
Peggy, 76
Rankin, 104
Suffona, 68
Sarah, 44, 98
Susanna, 59, 78
Sally, 39, 47, 59, 76, 80, 90
Sally Weitzel, 79, 113, 114, 115
Sarah C., 115
Solomon, 114, 115
Sarah E., 115
Sarah (Sally), 50
Sarah E. Coble, 113
Simeon, 113, 114
Tubal, 116
Thaddeus, 47
Tempy R. Smith, 114
Tempy Smith, 115
Tempy Weitzel, 113, 115
Walter R., 115
W. P., 115
Wm. Moser, 31
Wm., 16, 22, 27, 40, 59, 65, 72, 104, 116

SHERER
Barney, 28
Daniel, 29
Frederick, 28, 29, 75
Rev. Frederick Riley, 39
Jacob, 30, 33
Jacob G., 28
Rev., 26
Lillie Hoffman, 39
Marietta, 28, 29
Peggy, 70, 72, 73

SHERRER
Barbara, 65, 66
Jacob, 31
Margret, 64, 65, 67

SHOE (see SHOW)
Catharine, 44
Catharine Shatterly, 94
David Washington, 48
Eliza Jane, 43
Eva Bower, 77
Henry, 17, 94
Jeremiah, 45
Joel, 45
John, 43, 44, 45, 83
Leah, 43, 44
Leah Ingold, 83
Phillip, 77, 94
Peter, 43, 45, 48, 82
Rebecca, 43
Rebecca Ingold, 82

SHOFFNER
Baldwin, 115
Barbara, 64, 65, 69
Barbara Clapp, 16, 79
Catharina, 24, 32
Daniel, 16, 32, 79
Elizabeth, 82, 108
Emily, 101
Glenn, 115
Henry Riffin, 115
John, 101
John Monroe, 115
Malvina Smith, 115
Michael, 101
P. M., 115
Peter Monroe Glenn, 115
Wm., 65

SHOW (see SHOE)
Peter Shepherd, 116
Plutarch, 116

SIEBALD
John Ludwig, 18, 97
John Jacob, 18
Maria Magdalena, 18

SMITH
Adam, 9, 17
Albert, 116
Ann, 115
Ann Clapp, 99, 109, 114
Bud, 116
Daniel, 99, 109, 114, 115, 116
David, 99, 114
Eliza Clapp, 81, 82
Emily Clapp, 114
Emily Marcelia, 109
Emily Robson, 114
Eva, 17, 29
Frankis, 99
Frankie, 99
Fred N., 81
Frederick, 82
Jodie G., 114
John, 114
Malvina, 115
Malvina L, 115
Maria Eva, 9
Mary Lillian, 117
Minnie Clapp, 115
Nellie R., 116
Phillip, 60
Plesant, 114
Quint A., 114
Tempy R., 114
Thomas, 114
W. Rankin, 91
Willia Albright, 99

SOMMERS
John, 94
Maria Barbara, 94
Peter, 94, 95
Rosina, 95
Sarah Gruber, 94

SOOTS
David, 75
Katy, 75

STAHR (see STARR)
John, 8
John Barnhart, 8
Madalene, 60
Margret, 60, 62, 63
Mary Eliza eth, 8
Polly Maria, 116

STALEY
Mr., 83
Amelia Johnson, 83
Catharine, 40
Henry 40, 79, 106, 116, 75
Martin, 90
Polly, 75, 39
Polly Maria Stahr, 116
Polly Weitzel, 79
Sally, 106
Sibby, 106
Tempy Ann May, 42

STARR
Abner, 53, 82, 87, 102, 113
Adam, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 20, 23, 93
Adam Jr., 23
Alfred, 114
Anna Margaret, 5, 8, 9
Anna Maria, 5, 55, 96
Anna Maria Weitzel, 93
Catharine Weitzel, 93
Daniel, 51, 53, 87
Daniel Wilbert, 53
David, 7, 15, 21
Delilah Low, 110, 114
Elizabeth Margret, 8
Elizabeth P., 110
George, 110, 114
George C., 114
Hannah, 53, 82, 102
Jacob, 8, 9, 96
John, 9, 93
John Jr., 11
John Adam, 7
John Jacob, 8
John Henry, 9
John Pembroke, 51
Launda Cleodora, 51
Magdalena, 21, 68
Margret, 12
Margret Weitzel, 93
Maria, 23
Mary A., 113
Molly, 65, 75
Polly, 65, 71, 72, 73, 113
Rachel, 83
Sarah, 87
Sophia, 11

STAUFFER
Geo., A., 1

STEELE
Tubley, 58

STEWART
Mary Ann Elizabeth, 104

STOCKARD
Nancy, 87, 103

STRADER
Anna Catharine, 16
Anna Martret, 7
Jacob, 16
John, 16

STRADER
Anna Catharina, 16
Anna Mortret, 7
Jacob, 16
John, 16

STRADFORD
Charlie, 103
"Fayette", 103
Sarah Jane, 103
Sarah Jane Clapp, 103

STRATER
Christian, 93

STRETER
Christina, 93
Jacob, 16
John, 16

STUARD
Agnes, 94
SUMMERS
Lucinda, 101
Col. Peter, 101

SUTHERS
Anna, 55
Rev. Samuel, 1, 7, 10, 55
Elizabeth, 7, 9, 10
John Henry, 6, 8

SUTZ
Abraham, 24
Anna Margaret, 21, 62
Anna Maria, 63
Catharine, 70
Christian, 15, 55
David, 36, 59, 65, 67, 69, 70
Elizabeth, 58, 65
Eva, 56
Frederick, 21, 35, 58, 62, 63, 66, 68, 69
Henry, 35
Jacob, 15, 35, 58, 67
John Rudy, 36
Ludwig, 64
Magdalena, 24, 70
Margret, 58, 63, 64, 65, 69
Maria, 3, 55, 57, 59, 63
Maria Barbara, 15
Maria Magdelena, 15
Millie, 59
Susan, 21
Tobias, 24, 56

SWING
Adam, 17
Anna Margret, 60
Anna Maria Neeese, 93, 96
Barbara, 25, 38, 41A, 43, 58, 59, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 75, 78
Barney, 5, 7, 10, 11, 57, 64, 93
Barney (Barnhart), 96
Barnhart, 6
Catharina, 20
Catharine, 59, 65, 66, 67, 69, 71
Catharine Phillipi, 94
Charlotte, 82
Conrad, 55, 57, 78, 94, 76
Daniel, 15, 58
David, 17, 34, 46, 38, 40, 59, 65, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74
Delilah Cartner, 84, 113
Dillian Patsy, 40
Eliza, 58
Elizabeth, 16, 17, 20, 23, 25, 31, 44, 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 71, 73, 75, 77
Elizabeth Hanette, 44
Elizabeth Rudy, 34
Eva, 11
Filbina, 60
Gertrude, 55, 93, 99
Henry, 30, 41A, 43, 43, 48, 78
Henry Sr., 83, 102
Joel, 23, 44, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 82
John, 1, 15, 16, 17, 20, 23, 31, 58, 60, 61, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 114
John Jr., 73
John Sr., 72
John Barnhart, 13
John Henry, 13
John Matthew, 5
Joe, 78
Joseph, 84, 112, 113
Jowel, 59
Lewis, 93
Ludwig, 5, 6, 7, 15, 83, 93, 96, 99
Margret, 15
Maria, 16, 58, 59, 66, 68, 71
Maria Barbara, 14
Maria Eva, 5, 7
Mary, 72, 73, 78
Mary Barbara Clapp, 93
Mary Eva, 9, 93
Matthais, 10, 14, 15, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 68, 69, 71, 93, 94, 96
Matthew, 8, 10
Oliver, 41A
Perry, 85
Philipina, 30, 57, 94
Polly, 83
Sally, 41A
Stanford Harrison, 43
Susanna Magdalena, 55
Tempy, 114
William, 17, 59, 65
William Denny, 41A

THEOBALT
Valentine, 68, 69, 70

THOMAS
Barbara, 55

THOMPSON
Nancy, 72, 73

THRONBARGER
Eva, 24
John Paul, 24
Ludwig, 24

TICKLE
Polly, 45, 110

TROLLINGER
Elizabeth, 115
Elizabeth Clapp, 115
John, 115

TROXLER
Barney, 94
Caroline Lucinda Low, 89
Duncan, 89
George, 94
Margret, 94

TROY
Anna Maria, 96
Jacob, 96
Peter, 14

UBELLAND
John, 16

VOGT
Margret, 70
WAGERMAN
Catharine, 94

WAGNER
Anna Maria, 95
John, 95

WAGONER
Elizabeth, 85
Euphenia, 85
John, 83
Malinda, 83

WALLER
Henry, 108
Lucy, 108

WARLICK
Barbara, 110
Barbara S., 110
Maxwel, 110

WATSON
Ellen Jane, 43
Harriet Cornelia, 46
Isabella Carolina, 49
James S., 41A, 43, 48, 49, 51
John, 88
John H. Crawford, 41A
John W., 88
Maray A., 88
Margret Frances, 51
Martha, 88
Martha Elizabeth, 43
Pandara Melissa, 48
Philipina, 43
Philippina Clapp, 43, 80

WEIDMAN
Margret, 25

WEITMAN
Elizabeth, 24, 95
Henry, 22
Margret, 22
Matthais, 22, 95

WEITSZELL
Mary Ann, 105

WEITZEL
Adam, 6, 8
Anna Margret, 6
Anna Maria, 6, 9, 93, 96
Anna Maria Trogin, 93
Anna Maria Troy, 96
Anna Catharine, 85
Barbra, 8
Billie, 79, 114
Catharina, 30
Catharine, 93
Christian, 56
Cornelia, 89
D., 86
Danie., 6, 114
David, 83
Eliza Ann Hannah, 49
Elizabeth, 55, 56, 83, 93, 113, 114, 115
Emely Patterson, 48
Emsley, 48, 49
H., 85
Henry, 5, 6, 8, 56, 69, 93, 96, 113
Hiram, 30, 48, 50, 86
Jacob, 70, 114
Joshua, 70
John, 6, 8, 9, 93, 96
John Henry, 8
Margret, 7, 93
Maria Eva, 5
Maria Froena, 5, 7, 8
Maria May, 34
Mary, 89
Mary Ann Hannah, 50
Polly, 79
Sallie, 1114
Sally, 79, 113, 114
Sally Clapp, 84
Sarah May, 86
Tempy, 113

WELKER
Abbey, 86
Abigail, 46, 47, 48, 109, 116
Abigail Mason, 52, 116
Anna M. Kesecker, 116
Anna Maria, 17
Brewster M., 116
Dan C., 88
Daniel Sr., 87,, 116
Daniel, 85
Daniel C., 52, 54, 87
David Newton, 116
Rev. G. W., 1, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 77, 85, 86, 87,
88, 89, 90 91, 92, 116, 117
George, 17, 19, 20
Jesse Abigail, 117
John Francis, 54
Juliana D., 85
Leila Ada (Ben), 54
Louisa, 54
Louisa Mason, 116
Maria, 19, 20
M. A., 54
Maria E., 109
Maria Elizabeth, 47
Mary, 116
Mary A. Watson, 88
Myra J-rusha, 48
Samuel, 87
Sarah, 20
Sarah Louise Gertrude, 49
Wm. Allen, 46
Wm. Butler, 52

WEYNEL
Wm., 29

WHARTON
Green, 92, 99
John, 91, 117
M. R., 117
Malvina Donnell, 92
T. Green, 117

WICKS
Daniel, 93
Elizabeth Weitzel, 93

WILLKEIT
Catharine, 62

WILSON
Dr. A., 46
Nelly Hoffman, 89
Robert, 89

WOLF
Anna, 93
Catharine, 55
Samuel, 116
Sarah, 55

WOOD
Leven, 32
Mary, 32

WRITESELL
Mary, 116

WRITZSEL
Martha, 105
Wm. 105

ZIMMERMAN
George, 94
Hanna, 94
THE NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1863
PUBLIC MEETING IN GUILFORD COUNTY.
A large meeting of the people ot Guilford county was held at Alamance school
house, Tuesday, the 27th of August. Abraham Clapp, was called to the Chair, and
J. P. Montgomery was appointed Secretary. On motion, the chairman appointed the
following men to draft resolutions: W. S. Gilmer, John Clapp, Jr., Levi
Barnhart, J. Causley and George Starr, who adopted the resolutions of a meeting
previously held at Coble's school house on the 13th inst., with an amendment,
that the people who are in favor of peace to meet and hold public prayer
meetings, and pray to God to bring this unholy war to a close, and restore
peace and quietude to our once happy country. And if God be for us who can be
against us. Which were unanimously adopted.
ABRAHAM CLAPP, Chm'n.
 J. P. MONTGOMERY, Sec'y.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, SEPTEMBER 23,1930.
Whitsett Items
In view of the approaching centennial of the classis of the Reformed church in North
Carolina which is to be held at church in May, 1931 a special effort is being made to
collect all the local history that pertains to the years from 1745 to 1770 covering
this territory as this has heretofore being neglected. Many interesting facts have been
found covering this period, and others are being sought.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, AUGUST 4, 1930.
J. P. Greeson of Sapulpa, Okla. Former resident, who is visiting relatives near Brick
church, was here Saturday seeing old friends.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, AUGUST 4, 1930.
MRS. ELLA BALLENTINE SPOON
 On July 27th the spirit of our beloved friend and sister in Christ, Mrs. Ella
Ballentine Spoon, wife of our fellow deacon and brother, Robert L. Spoon was summoned
by the Father to come to her heavenly home, to that ―House not made with hands. Eternal
in the Heavens.‖

In token of the love and esteem in which she was held this committee of the board of
deacons of the First Baptist church of Burlington offer these resolutions and
expressions of affection.

She was a kindly mother, a sweet spiritual Christian and a true friend, and a devoted
church worker.

A life quietly serene and unpretentious. As the placid stream _____ deepest so the
lite of this old friend by its very serenity touched the depths of the spirit ___ of
many with whom she ____ in contact.

May the sweet fragrance of her memory live on thru time to blossom brighter in the
eternity of God’s everlasting love.

That these expressions of our esteem be made public through the columns of The
Burlington Daily Times and the Biblical Recorder and be spread upon the minutes of our
church.
J. C. STALEY,
R. B. ANDREWS,
J. P. SPOON,
C. H. CATES
Committee of the board of deacons of the First Baptist church of Burlington, N. C. This
the thirtieth day of July nineteen hundred and thirty.
The Burlington (N.C.) Daily Times
December 30, 1930
MRS. LULA SHEPHERD DEAD
Mrs. Lula L. Shepherd, aged 63 years, wife of S. L. Shepherd, died at their home on
Route 1, Whitsett last night at 11:45, following two weeks of illness. She was born in
that community and spent all or her life there.

Funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Brick Church where the
deceased was a member all of her life, by her pastor, Rev. C. E. Hiatt, and the body
will be interred in the church cemetery.

She is survived by her husband; one sister. Mrs. J. C. O'Brien, Route 4, Burlington;
and by several nieces and nephews.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1934
MRS. MARY JANE FOSTER
Mrs. Mary Jane Foster, 83, died at 2 o'clock this morning at her home.
R. F. D., Whitsett, near the Brick church, after an illness of four
weeks, Mrs. Foster was the widow of the late W. A. Foster, and a native
of Guilford county. She was a member of the Brick church.

Mrs. Foster is survived by two sons, C. W. Foster, of Salisbury, and J.
A. Foster, of Whitsett, and eight grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at the
Brick Reformed church by the Rev. Charles E. Hiatt, pastor of the
church. Interment will be in the church cemetery.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, AUGUST 28, 1929
WHITSETT NEWS
G.G. Clapp of Greensboro spent some time here yesterday completing plans for the annual
reunion of the Clapp families which is to be held at Brick church on Wednesday,
September 4th. It is hoped at the gathering this year to have present practically all
the descendents throughout Guilford and Alamance counties of the two brothers, George
Valentine Clapp and John Ludwig Clapp, who came over on the ship ―James Goodwill‖
landing at Philadelphia Sept. 27, 1727 where they remained until 1745 when both came to
North Carolina settling in eastern Guilford. They were among the founders of Brick
church. The reunion exercises this year are expected t be of unusual interest and
importance. Edgar R. Clapp of Winston-Salem will be in charge of the music for this
year. Several able speakers will be on the programme. All kindred and friends will be
welcomed t the occasion.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, AUGUST 31, 1929
CLAPP REUNION TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER TH [E 4th]
The fifth annual Clapp reunion will be held Wednesday, September 4th, at the Brick
church, two miles beyond, the Alamance Battle ground. This reunion will start promptly
at ten o'clock, and will last throughout the day.

According to one of the members of this family several noted speakers have been secured
to talk at this time, and fun and music for all have been provided. A string band,
famous for its music, will furnish the music and the entertainment committee is looking
out for every person of every age.

All members and friends of this family are urged to attend this reunion, and are asked
to bring full baskets.


THE BURLINGTON, N. C., DAILY TIMES-NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1933
MRS. NELLIE JANE GREESOX
Mrs. Nellie Jane Greeson, 80, died at 8 o'clock this morning at the home or a daughter,
Mrs. M.
N. Greeson, Greensboro, Route 2, after having been in failing health for two years.
Death, however, was quite sudden.

The body was removed this afternoon to the home of another daughter, Mrs. J. H. Coble,
Burlington, Route 1, where it will remain until Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock when it
will be removed to Brick Church for the funeral service

Rev. D. I. Offman, pastor of the church, will conduct the service. She was for many
years a member of Lowe's Lutheran church. Other immediate surviving relatives are: Mrs.
D. C. Steward; two sons, J. P., of Oklahoma; and H. D. Greeson, of Alabama, also two
sisters, Mrs. Dora Free, of Randolph county, and Mrs. Will Garrett, of this city, and
one brother, Vonnie Euliss, of Hickory. Sixteen grandchildren also survive


THE BURLINGTON, N.C., DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1933.
MRS. NELLIE JANE GREESON
Funeral service for Mrs. Nellie Jane Greeson, 80, widow of the late M. N. Greeson,
whose death occurred at the home of a daughter, Mrs. D. C. Stewart, Greensboro, Route
2, was conducted at Brick Reformed church, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Rev. D.
I. Offman.

The body was removed from the home of Mrs. Stewart on Saturday to the home of another
daughter, Mrs. J. H. Coble, Burlington, route 1, where it remained until the funeral
service hour. Interment was made in the Brick Church cemetery.

In addition to the daughters named above two sons survive: J. F., of Oklahoma, and H.
D. Greeson, of Jones, Alabama; also two sisters, Mrs. W. R. Garrett, of this city, and
Mrs. Dora Free, at Randolph county; also a brother, Vannie Euliss, of Hickory.

Sixteen grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive.

Pallbearers were: J. M. and F. P. Crouse, E. C. and J. L. Euliss, R. F. Snyde and
Eugene Ingle. The flowers were to charge of Miss Agnes Stewart and were carried by
Misses Lucy, Julia Vivian and Esther Coble and Mrs. Homer Herring.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MARCH 18, 1932
FUNERAL HELD FOR GREESON BABY
George W. Greeson, 10 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Greeson, died yesterday
morning at 11 o'clock at their home In the Brick church section, following four days of
illness with pneumonia. Funeral service was held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
Low's Lutheran church, with Rev. D. I. Offman in charge, and burial was made in the
church cemetery. Surviving are the parents and the following brothers and sisters:
Vera, Bernice, Linnie, Agnes, Junius, Kelly, Vance, Jasper and Bane Greeson; and by a
grandfather, W. C. Shoffner, Route 13.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1942
INFANT CLAPP
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis E. Clapp of Route 1, Julian, died in a Greensboro
hospital at 5 'clock this morning. Graveside services will be held at the Brick Church
cemetery.
Besides the parents, the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith Route 1, Burlington,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clapp, Route 1, Julian, survive.


Burlington Daily Times Saturday, MAY 3, 1930.
FIRE DESTROYS BARN NEAR BRICK CHURCH
THREE AUTOMOBILES, TRUCK, MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES AND CALF LOST IN BLAZE

Three automobiles, a truck, farming machinery and supplies, and a calf, were lost
yesterday when fire destroyed a large barn on the farm of E. Phillipie near Brick
church.
Origin of the blaze is unknown. It was discovered by people on the road on their way to
a funeral. Two children were at home, it is said, the oldest of which was asleep at the
time. Other members of the family were in the industrial plants at Alamance.

The building had insurance coverage but none of the machinery destroyed in the blaze
was insured it is said.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931
BRICK CHURCH ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Flavious Jones and children were visitors at the home of D. C. Greeson,
Sunday evening.
Clinton Fogleman and family spent Monday at the home of L. M. Fogleman.

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McNeal and little daughter, visited at the home of Mrs. Tom Smith,
Monday evening.
There will be a community singing at Brick Church on the third Sunday in September, in
the afternoon.

The Women's Bible class will have a social at the home of Kivett Sheperd, on Saturday
night, September 19th. There will be sandwiches, weinies, ice cream and many other
things for sale. Everybody is invited to come.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, JULY 3, 1930.
NEWS OF WHITSETT
Whitsett, July —Next Sunday will be memorial and home coming day at Brick Church
communities south of this place on the Whitsett-Julian highway. The address at 11 p.m.
will be delivered by President Frank Porter Graham, of the University, and an unusually
large crowd is expected to hear the newly elected president of the university as this
is the first time he has spoken in this section. In the afternoon Prof. J. B.
Robertson, of the Elon College faculty will speak. Rev. Kendall Shoffner, of Catawba
College will introduce the speakers and Rev. Charles E. Hiatt will conduct the
devotional services. Dinner will be served on the church lawn on long table spread
under the ancient oaks. Bayard DeLoache is president of the association this year with
Mrs. Clarence E. Morrison secretary. Ira Shephred <sic> is the superintendent of
cemetery which has been greatly improved under his direction. The church building has
been renovated and greatly improved and presents a very attractive appearance. Brick
Church is the outstanding church of the Reformed denomination in this part of the
state, and was founded more than a century and a half ago in 1770. It has been the
scene of many important church gatherings, and it was here that the organization of the
Reformed people for North Carolina took place in 1831 when they formed their North
Carolina classis. Visitors gather annually from all parts of the state for these annual
home-comings.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, APRIL 28, 1931
GREESON BABY DIES
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Greeson, of the Brick Church community, was born
and died at Miss Williams' Maternity home Saturday night. Funeral and burial were held
at Brick church yesterday morning at 11 o'clock.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, MAY 16, 1931
Daniel Rankin Shepherd, aged 83 years, died yesterday afternoon at his home in the
Brick Church neighborhood, where he had spent his entire life except a few years he
resided in Indiana. He had been sick a long time, and his death was not unexpected.

Funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at Brick church by his pastor
Rev. C. E. Hiatt, and interment will be made in the church cemetery.

He is survived by his wife and two daughters and a son, Misses Elizabeth and Emma
Shepherd of the home and W. M. Shepherd, Burlington and one brother, Riley Shepherd, of
Guilford county.
THE BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES; MAY 17, 1927
HERIOT CLARKSON AT GIBSONVILLE
Memorial Celebration At Gibsonville Cemetery On Sunday A Great Success
Yesterday was the annual memorial celebration at Gibsonville cemetery, and the occasion
was in all respects a highly successful occasion. One of the largest crowds of many
years gathered from all sections of eastern Guilford to join in the celebration. The
cemetery has been much improved recently, drive-ways built for cars and parking, and
many plots had been put in excellent condition. Flowers covered almost every grave.
After a very impressive devotional service conducted by Rev. C. W. McClanahan of the
Lutheran church, Dr. W. T. Whitsett gave the historical report for the past year,
showing many researches into the history of all surrounding churches embracing
Friedens, Gibsonville, Springwood, Low’s Brick Church, Hawfields, Alamance, Buffalo and
several others; including the early settlements over one hundred
and seventy five years ago of the Friends, the Presbyterians, the Lutherans, the
Reformed people, and the Moravians. Interesting incidents were mentioned concerning
Bishop Edmund Gibson, Joseph and Andrew Gibson, early settlers here, and others. This
feature is receiving much attention, and valuable publications have been issued, and
are now under way.

Rev. S. M. Rankin, of Greensboro told the story of the original Patterson graveyard,
now the Gibsonville cemetery, and the early history of Cedar Creek Presbyterian church,
which was later merged into the creation in 1812 of Bethel Presbyterian church.

Ralph L. Steel, a native of the community, now a resident of Raleigh in fitting words
introduced Justice Heriot Clarkson, telling of his constructive work in the legislation
of prohibition, good roads, municipal government and other interesting matters.

Justice Clarkson took for his subject ―Christianity, the hope of the world,‖ and for
one hour held the undivided attention of the great audience as he pictured in eloquent
terms the worth, the power and the influence of the Christian religion. It was an
address of unusual scope, and delivered with fine effect. Many tender and touching
illustrations were given drawn from his own wide reading, and his experiences in life,
and it is seldom that an audience gives to any speaker the absorbed attention that was
paid to his words. As he closed, the audience by a rising vote showed its deep
appreciation for his powerful plea. Friends crowed the platform from every direction to
grasp his hand and testify to their appreciation of his fine address.

Music for the occasion was furnished by the church choirs from The M.E.   and the M. P.
churches, the Baptist church, and Sharon Lutheran church.

The committee elected to serve for the coming year consists of S. _______, chairman, M.
J. Randolph sec; and, treas., and T. L. Flynn; Miss Olga Allen, and Miss Sallie
Shephard. The treasurer's report showed much work done, and handsome balance in the
treasury. A liberal contribution was added to this fund by those present. The
collection was in charge of Rev. C. W. Clark, Rev. E. H. Nease, Dr. T. M. Johnson, and
Hon. Gilliam Grissom of Raleigh.

An unusual number of visitors attended from many distant points, .and showed the
growing interest in the work at this place which improves from year to year; already
the Gibsonville cemetery being one of the most attractive in this entire section.


BURLINGTON, N. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1934.
FUNERAL SERVICES TOMORROW
Funeral services for Roy Brooks Shepherd, 35, whose death occurred in St.   Leo's
hospital in Greensboro at 9:30 o'clock last night, from injuries received   in the crash
of an airplane near Gibsonville about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, will   be conducted
at Brick church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Charles E. Hiatt,   pastor of the
church.

He is survived by his parents, Beecher and Mrs. Lizzie Coble Shepherd; one sister, Mrs.
G. C. Holt, near Kimesville; three brothers, C. P. and Herbert, Whitsett Route 1; and
L. B. Shepherd, Burlington Route 4.

The body was carried to the home of an aunt, Mrs. J. C. O'Briant near Brick church,
this afternoon to await the funeral
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hour. He was a member of Brick Reformed church and was a brick mason by trade.

Mr. Shepherd was one of three occupants of a plane that went into a spin end crashed
near the McLean private airport a mile west of Gibsonville. The other occupants were
David McLean, pilot, critically injured, and Verne Doak, negro, who died from his
injuries.

As far as known Mr. McLean has not been questioned concerning the cause of the
accident. He was considered a capable pilot of his own aircraft. The opinion has been
advanced, without verification, that an occupant of the front compartment may have
"frozen", to the dual controlled biplane and made it impossible for Pilot McLean to
regain control of it.

Spectators at a ball game at Elon College saw the plane go into a spin but dismissed It
as a trick stunt, as may be observed often when flyers go aloft to practice.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, SEPTEMBER 29, 1927 .
GREESON-FOUST REUNION
The annual gathering; of the Greeson-Foust family association was held Thursday, Sept.
22nd at Brick church. In addition to the social features, there was an interesting
exchange of information by various members of the families represented concerning their
various lines of ancestry. Dinner was spread for all present on the church lawn.

The address of Rev. D.I. Offman was devoted to the subject of the genealogy of the two
families represented. He presented a large chart of the Greeson family, showing Isaac
Greeson as the original founder, of the family, in this part of the state. Isaac
Greeson had four children, viz. Jacob, Nicholas, Margaret and Mintie. Margaret married
a Lineberrer? (now known as Lineberry in this section), and Mintie married a Low, Jacob
Greeson had eight children, as follows, Mary, Samuel, John, David, Isaac, Elizabeth,
Jacob and Daniel. Nicholas Greeson had one son Samuel. The Rev. Jacob Greeson
(Grierson) who is buried at Low's church is a son of Jacob, and a grandson of Isaac
Greeson.

The Foust chart was then presented showing John Foust, born 1710, and his wife, Anna
Barbara Albright Foust, born, 1719, as the founders of the Foust families of Guilford,
Alamance, and Randolph counties. The nine children of this couple were as follows:
Philip, John, Jacob, Christian (who married Anne Wolf). George (who married a Kivett),
Barbara (who married Jacob Clapp.) Judith (who married Barney Clapp), Peter (who
married a Snotherly,) and Daniel (who married a Snotherly.) In the ancient Stoner's
graveyard near Belmont Mills some of these are buried, among them Peter Foust (Sept.
15, 1759-Sept. 26, 1808), Mary Foust (April 28, 1763-April 15, 1852), Philip Snotherly
(1730-1791), Peter Foust (April 2, 1796-Feb. 8, 1856), the latter was elected an elder
in the Reformed church in 1825. George Foust (March 30, 1792-Sept. 17, 1861), .Maria D.
Foust (May 9, 1790-March 22, 1882.)

The second address of the day was by Dr. W. T. Whitsett of Whitsett who gave an
interesting historical tracing of "The Story of the Family. He began in primitive
times, and showed the family life of the various stages of human development. The
earliest formal records of Indian, Greek, and Roman society how the family firmly
established, even then. The village, the town, the city, etc., is only the growth, and
of shoot of family growth. Clans and tribes split off as numbers multiply, and thus
civilization grows. Scholars claim that the most civilized races may have lasted
through the stages of Fxogamy?, Tetomism, etc. Their theories were briefly touched
upon. He spoke of the researches of McLennan, Lewis Morgan, Gillien?, Spencer and
others. The story of the family as the very unit of civilization afforded many
interesting lines of thought. Families in religious life, growth of schools,
government, society, etc., were touched upon in the address.

The date for the next annual reunion of this association was fixed, for Tuesday, after
the first Sunday in August of 1928.


THE BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES, AUGUST 10, 1927
INFANT CHILD OF MR. AND MRS. WALTER COBLE DEAD
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coble died yesterday at the home near Brick
church and was buried from Brick church at 2 o'clock today. These people have the
sympathy of the community in their loss.


THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, DECEMBER 23, 1931.
GRAHAM NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moser and daughter, Mabel, of Brick church, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Rich.


Burlington Daily Times, July 20, 1931
SOCIAL EVENTS
W. W. Coble, of the Brick Church section, came yesterday to visit his brother, R. A.
Coble, and family.



THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, July 27, 1931
FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY FOR JESSE APPLE
Funeral service was held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Apple's Christian Chapel
for Jesse Apple, aged 47 years, resident of that section, who died Friday in a
Greensboro hospital, following short illness.

His pastor, Rev. R. A. Whitten, was in charge of the service, assisted by Revs. T. J.
Green, L. V. Harris, and Enoch Brown, and Dr. J. W. Patton, and interment was made in
the church cemetery. The large crown present showed the high esteem in which the
deceased was held.

Pall bearers were C. W. Isley, J. T. Sutton, C. V., R. S. and C. R. Busick and L. F.
Pritchett.

Flowers were in charge of Mrs. R. E. Apple and carried by Misses Carrie, Sallie and
Helen Apple, Alma and Willie Brown, Edna Michael, Ruth Shepherd, Carleen Barber, Alma
Sutton and Sarah Lee Isley.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, July 27, 1931
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS FUNERAL OF MISS COBLE
Historic old Brick church was filled to capacity yesterday morning at 11 o'clock for
the funeral service for Miss Elsie Coble, aged 18 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Coble, of Brick church community who died Thursday night in a Greensboro
hospital, following a short illness.

Rev. C. E. Hiatt was in charge of the service, assisted by Rev. W. R. Turner, and the
body was buried in the church cemetery, beneath a mass of flowers. Pall bearers were
Paul and Boyd Reece, Terrell Shoffner, Coleman Isley, Kenneth Brothers, and Wilson
Clapp.

Flowers were carried by Misses Violet and Joy Bell Foster, Estelle Ingle, Ruth and
Maggie Greeson, Nora Shoffner, Ruth Smith, Kathleen Hinshaw, Mable and Annie Clapp,
Annie Mae and Margaret Brothers, and Maxie Reece.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, July 27, 1931
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS FUNERAL OF G. W. STOCKARD
A large crowd gathered at the home of J. B. Cheek Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 for funeral service for George W. Stockard, aged 79 years, step-father of Mrs.
Cheek. He had been making his home here several years, and had been failing in health
some time. His death came suddenly at 8:30 Friday morning.

Rev. T. J. Whitehead was in charge of the service, assisted by Rev. M. W. Buck, and Dr.
F. W. Paschall and the body was carried to the Stockard family burying ground in south
Alamance for interment.
Honorary pall bearers were George R. Stockard, J. R. Foster, Ervin Hogan, L. L.
Merritt, Lewis H. Holt, C. H. Cates, Dr. H. M. Montgomery, and Isaac and Gilbert Holt.
Active bearers were nephews; Dr. Robert Sheriff, H. J. Victor, and Ben Stee---, Dan
Holt and Sam Newlin.

Flowers were, in charge of Mrs. H. M. Montgomery, and were carried by Mesdames T. T.
Stafford, J. G. Rogers, A. L. Hill, J. R. Foster, E. M. Cheek, C. H. Cates, and J. Ed
Moore, and Misses Lena Merritt, Anne Moser, Daisy Winningham and Elia Andrews. [some
names hard to read, I hope I have these all right]


The Burlington News, January 26, 1923
R. F. D. NO. 10 ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Fogleman and children were visitors at Dwight Huffman's Sunday.

Mrs. Otis Noah spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Clapp.

Mr. Tapscott and family, of Elon spent a while at Robert Clapp's on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Greeson and family were visitors at N. D. Huffman's Sunday.

C. B. Greeson's family have the "flu."

John and Ira Shepherd spent a while at D. R. Shepherd's Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shoffner visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clapp, Sunday.

Miss Ethel Burgess spent Sunday evening with .Miss Thelma Sharpe.

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Holt and children spent Sunday at D. M. Ingle's.

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Shoffner and family; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clapp, and Miss Ruth
Tapscott and Tinsy Clapp were visitors at Doris Shoffner's Sunday.

Miss Wilda Davis attended services at Brick Church Sunday.

Harlen Albright was a caller at D. B. Clapp's Sunday.

Albert Sharpe' spent a while at James Shepherd's Sunday.
Best wishes to all the readers.


BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1929
Funeral For Mrs. Isley Yesterday
Funeral services were held at Friendship M. P. church Friday morning at 11 o’clock for
Mrs. Barbara Isley, aged 92 years, who died at her home in that community Thursday
morning after a week’s illness of flu and pneumonia. Rev. J. Elwood Carroll was in
charge of the service, assisted by Rev. D. I. Offman, and the body was interred in the
church cemetery.

Pall-bearers were Howard and Duane Isley, Virgil Albright, William Linley, J. C.
Crutchfield and Clifton Sharpe. Flowers were carried by Mrs. Virgil Albright, Miss
Callie Isley and the following grandchildren: Misses Edna Louise Isley, Dorothy
Crutchfield, and Christine Graves.


BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1929
Wilbur Clapp Died At Hospital Last Night of Phenumonia <sic>
Wilbur Clapp, aged about 78 years, died at the hospital last night at 11 o'clock, after
week's illness of pneumonia. For more than 40 years Mr. Clapp was a resident of
Burlington, being engaged in the general mercantile business. He was a man of upright
and retiring disposition and was never known to do an unkind nor under-hand deed.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the Pilgrim Holiness
church, of which he was a member, and the body carried to Brick church, near his
boyhood home, for interment.

The casket will be placed in the church at 1 o'clock Sunday for the benefit of those
who wish to view the body.

He is survived by a nephew and niece, John A. and Miss Donnie Clapp of this place.


THE BURLINGTON, N. C., DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1933
WHITSETT NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Clapp of Greenville, S. C., were here this week seeking facts
connected with their family history. They are connected with the early settlers of the
Clapp family in this section, George Valentine and John Ludwig Clapp who settled at
Brick church in the year 1745.


THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES, FEBRUARY 4, 1931
Graham News
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rich spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moser, in Brick church
neighborhood.


BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1931
MRS. INGLE DIES AT GLEN RAVEN
Mrs. D. R. Ingle, age 75 years, died at her home at Glen Raven Thursday morning at 9
o'clock, following two weeks of illness.

She had been a member of Mount Hope church since she was 14 years old. The funeral
service will be held at Brick church, Guilford county, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock,
with Rev. H. A. Welker in charge, and burial will be made in the church cemetery.

She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Mrs. Esther Lee Moore, of Greensboro.


The Burlington (N.C.) Daily Times-News
Dec. 9, 1931
William A. Foster aged 78 years Died Last Night
William A. Foster, aged 78 years, died last night at 9:15 o'clock at his home on Route
1, Whitsett, near Brick Church, following a lengthy illness a month of which he was
critically ill. He was born in Chatham County, but had spent practically all his life
in this section.

He was a loyal member of Brick church and the funeral service will be held there
Thursday noon by Rev. W. C. L----- of Greensboro with interment following in the church
cemetery.

He is survived by his wife and two sons C. W. (?Sansbury) and J. A. Foster, Route 1,
Whitsett and by a brother John Foster, Greensboro.

Burlington Daily Times April 24, 1930
Grandmother of Mrs. J. E. Garrett Died Friday
Mrs. W. P. Isley, grandmother of Mrs. J. E. Garrett of this place, died last Friday,
April 18, at her home at Excelsior Springs, Mo. She was born February 5, 1852, the
daughter of the late Jerry and P---- Clapp, of the Brick church neighborhood near
Burlington.

She was married to William Preston Isley in 1867 and moved to Holt, Mo. in 1870. She is
survived by one brother, George Clapp, of Council Grove, Kansas; one son. S. J. Isley,
of Excelsior Springs, Mo.; and was the mother of the late Mrs. Jesse Tickle, who is
survived by four children, grandchildren of Mrs. Isley: Mrs. J. E. Garrett, of
Burlington; Miss Grace Tickle, of Jacksonville, Ill., Homer Tickle, of Birmingham.
Ala., and Richard Tickle, Minneapolis, Minn.: and three grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at Holt, Mo. last Sunday.
THE NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY, AUG. 26, 1863.
PUBLIC MEETING IN GUILFORD COUNTY.
A meeting of the people of Guilford county was held at Cobles school-house, on
Thursday, the 18th of August, Jeremiah Clapp, Esq., was called to preside, and Rev. G.
W. Bowman appointed Secretary. On motion, the Chairman appointed W. M. Mebane, D. F.
Clapp, Gid. Grieson, R. P. Shaw, Samuel Coble, A. T. Finley and G. William Welker, to
prepare resolutions expressive of the sentiments of the meeting, who presented the
following, which were unanimously adopted; Whereas, It is not only the privilege but
the sacred right of the citizens of a free government to keep sleepless guard over
their liberties and to perpetuate the blessings they have enjoyed under the Republican
government inherited of their fathers; therefore we, a portion of the people, have
assembled peaceable to petition the redress of grievances, and to express our views of
such other matters as concern our welfare as a sovereign State, and thus by discussing
such matters of public interest as concern our right as freemen, best prepare ourselves
to guard our liberties against every encroachment of despotism. Therefore -

Resolved, That we protest against any and every attempt to subvert our present form of
government or to change our republican institutions.

 Resolved, That we protest against the interference of any European power in our
affairs, or any attempt to place our State under foreign protection.
Resolved, That we solemnly protest against the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus,
except only as provided for by the Constitution, and then only under the most urgent
necessity; and demand the strict subjection of the military to the civil authority of
the State.

Resolved, That we protest against every attempt to muzzle the Press, whether under the
form of legislation, by usurped Executive power or by threats of mob violence, and that
as a people born to the inheritance of freeman, we will resist every attempt to abridge
the freedom of speech or to destroy the right of private property.


Resolved, That our State has been aggrieved by the common government in subjecting the
people to the indignity of having most of the civil and many of the military offices,
the duties of which pertain to North Carolina, filled by citizens of other States.

Resolved, That the people in this most critical period of their history, as a State,
should be honestly and truthfully dealt with by their servants in power, and by the
public press; that we shall hold all offenders in this respect as guilty of a great
crime against the people; that our Representatives both in National and State
legislature, in transacting business vital to the welfare of the people in secret
session with closed doors, have violated the right of the people, destroyed mutual
confidence, and improperly evaded the accountability which is due from public servants
to their constituents.

Resolved, That as the Presidents has called for more troops, we protest against any
more men being taken from this State, for North Carolina has done her whole duty in
this disastrous war - her sons have gone forth by thousands to be cut down by disease
and the sword, and no more men can be spared without subjecting the women and children
to starvation and surrendering the country to lawless violence.

Resolved, That we believe this unnatural and bloody war can never be brought to an end
by arms; we therefore call upon the President and Congress to make an immediate effort
to secure an armistice of six months with a view to institute negotiations for peace,
for extermination or slavery must follow persistence in this wicked war.

Resolved, That we are not only opposed to taxation without representation, but we are
also opposed to being taxed by representatives in Congress, many of whom have no
constituency.

Resolved, that we will not support any man for a seat in the next Congress who will not
pledge himself to use all proper means to effect the repeal of the tithe law and the
establishment of an equitable and lasting peace.
Resolved, That we are justly proud of the noble conduct of our North Carolina soldiers
- that we deeply sympathize with them in all their hardships and pray that they may
soon be permitted t enjoy the blessings of freedom and peace in their homes.

Resolved, That Gov. Vance, by the generous employment of all the powers of his
intellect and heart to make the resources of the State serve the people, has fully
justified the lavish confidence reposed in him as his election; and that we call upon
him now to take the lead in this great movement of the people for peace.

Resolved, That W. W. Holden has earned the lasting gratitude of the people of North
Carolina, by his bold and manly defense of the rights of the State and the freedom of
the people - that we heartily comment the Standard to the patronage of the sons of
liberty as a proper exponent of republican freedom, and his press and person to their
special guardianship.

Resolved, That we call upon the citizens of the several counties of this State who are
favorable to a speedy peace and are unwilling to see their beloved old North State
overrun and made a ruin, in case speedy negotiations are not set on foot by the
government to secure peace, to old delegates to a State Convention who shall place
North Carolina in a position where she can negotiate for herself as a sovereign State.

Resolved, That we recommend to the people everywhere to preserve law and order
inviolate, and that while they firmly and determinedly maintain their rights and resist
the aggressions of tyranny or the imposition of despotism, be it from what source it
may, they frown down all mob violence and resist all injury to the persons or property
of those who have made themselves obnoxious to the people by their conduct.

Resolved, That the solemn and momentous duty now rests in the Providence of god upon
the people of this State to decide whether they and their children shall be and remain
free - whether this uncalled for and wicked war that is now filling the land with
mourning and causing our fair heritage to become a desolation, shall be ended by a
speedy peace; that we will seek the aid and guidance of God and bend all our energies
to accomplish our holy and benevolent work.

After the adoption of these resolutions, the assembly called for W. M. Mebane, Esq.,
Rev. Mr. Bowman, Rev. Mr. Welker and the Chairman, who severally made short addresses.
The following resolutions were then passed when this large meeting was adjourned;

Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Greensborough
Patriot and the Standard.

Resolved, That the thanks of this meeting be tendered to our Chairman for the efficient
and satisfactory manner in which he has presided.

Resolved, That we adjourn to meet at the call of the chairman. JEREMIAH CLAPP, Ch'n.
G. W. Bowman, Sec'y.

[We acknowledge the receipt of $60 for subscriptions to the Standard, made at the close
of this meeting]
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Burlington Daily Times | 1927-09-01
Mrs. Clapp Dies in Pennsylvania

Mrs. Mary E. Clapp, aged 74 years, died Monday at the home of her son, Rev. W. S.
Clapp, at Collegeville, Pa., following an illness of 6 months, Mrs. Clapp was born in
Rockingham County, and was Miss Johnson before marriage. She was the widow of the late
Mr. Joel Clapp, who died two years ago at the home near Brick church. She had been
making her home the past year with her son in Collegeville.

The body was brought here this morning to the Rich & Thompson funeral home, and the
funeral cortege left at 1 o'clock for Brick church, where Mrs. Clapp had been a member
most of her life. The services were conducted at 2 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Hiatt and
interment made in the church cemetery.
She is survived by two sons and two daughters, Mrs. L. M. Coble, Burlington, Route 1;
Mrs. R. L. Coble, Burlington, Route 10; Rev. W. S. Clapp; and J. M. Clapp, of
Wyandotte, Mich.
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WEEKLY STANDARD, RALEIGH, N. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1864.
Guilford County.
We learn that the true Conservative ticket in Guilford County for the Legislature is as
follows:
For the Senate, Robert P. Dick, Esq. For the Commons D. F. Caldwell, Esq., Col. Abram
Clapp, and Col A. S. Holton. These gentlemen are all Conservatives "after the straitest
sect," and their election is regarded as certain by a large majority.

Mr. Dick is well known to our readers as a gentleman of fine attainments and as a
sterling patriot. He was a devoted friend and active supporter of Mr. Douglas for the
Presidency, and did every thing in his power to prevent this awful war. For this ho was
proscribed by the administration at Richmond as unworthy to hold office at his hands –
a compliment to Mr. Dick as marked as the venom was bitter which could lead an
administration of a whole people in the midst of a common war, to attempt to punish a
citizen for the honest exercise of his political rights. Mr. Dick was afterwards
elected
to the State Convention by the people of Guilford, in which body he was uniformly found
on the side of Conservatism and popular rights. He is now the Conservative candidate
for the Senate in Guilford, and we learn from those who are well informed as to public
sentiment in that County that his election is certain by a large majority.

Mr. Caldwell has frequently served the people of Guilford in the House of Commons, and
has always beon noted as a public man for his opposition to arbitrary power, to abuses
of every kind in the administration of public affairs, and for his devotion to popular
------------ of civil liberty, hatred of tyranny, and respect for the opinions of the
great body of the people be of the essence of Conservatism, as they certainly are,
then Mr, Caldwell --- thorough embodiment of Conservatism "after the straitest sect."
The State contains no more honest, candid, or patriotic citizen than David F. Caldwell.

Messrs. Clapp and Holton are both gentlemen of intelligence and character, and will
make good representatives. The Conservatives of Guilford may well be proud of their
ticket. We trust they will work for it zealously in every neighborhood, so as to insure
its triumph by the largest possible majority.
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1959
The Burlington Daily Times-News
Mrs. Ella Nora Clapp Coble

Final rites for Mrs. Ella Nora Clapp Coble, 73, of route 1, Burlington will be held
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at Lowe's Lutheran Church.

Mrs. Coble died yesterday morning at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. G C. Carden of
Route 6, Burlington after several years of failing health and a critical illness of one
month.

A native of Alamance County, she was the daughter of the late Joel W. Clapp and Mrs.
Mary Ellen Johnson Clapp.

Surviving are her husband, Robert L. Coble of Route 1. Burlington; a daughter, Mrs. G.
C. Carden of Route 6, Burlington; a son, Bruce Coble of Burlington; a sister, Mrs. L.
M. Coble of Route 6, Burlington; a brother, William S. Clapp of Sumnerdale, N.J.; four
grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Rev. Donald E. Wooley, pastor of   the church will conduct the   funeral. Burial will be
in the church cemetery.

The body was taken to the home of Mrs. Carden this afternoon where it will remain until
taken to the church to lie in state half hour prior to the funeral.
BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1966
Robert Lee Coble
Robert Lee Coble, 85, of Rt. 6, Burlington, died this morning at 1 o'clock at his home
folowing one year of illness.

A native of Alamance Couny, he was the son of the late Joel S. and Mary Stanford Coble.

He was the husband of the late Mrs. Ella Clapp Coble, who died in 1959, and was a
member of Low's Lutheran Church in Kimesville.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. G. C. Carden of Rt. 6, Burlington, with whom he
made his home; one son, Bruce B. Coble of Rt. 1, Burlington; our grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren.

Final rites will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Low's Lutheran Church. The
Rev. Paul E. Moose, pastor will conduct the service. Burial will be in the church
cemetery.

The body will remain at Rich and Thompson Mortuary in Burington until taken to the
church to lie in state 30 minutes prior to the service.

The family will, receive friends at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock.

RALEIGH, WEEKLY STANDARD NOVEMBER 30, 1859
BOSTON, Sept. 27,1859.
Mr R. T. ROBBINS, Treas. Am. Watch Co.,
DEAR SIR: It gives me great pleasure to comply with your request for a report of the
performance of the American watch which I purchased of you Dec. 29, 1858. It was set on
that day, and its variations from true time to the 19th of February, 1859, when I let
it run down, was ten seconds fast. From that time to the present, it has run with
nearly perfect, steadiness, having, during the eight months, varied not more than two
seconds, and this with uncommonly rough usage. I can commend your manufacture the
highest terms.
Yours truly, JAMES H. CLAPP.
Firm of Clapp, Fuller & Browne, Bankers, Boston.

Mountain | New Mexico | Albuquerque | Albuquerque Journal | June 11, 1948
BABY SPOON
with your child's own initial yours for 25cent with 3 labels from Clapp's Bably Foods
or 1 box top, from Clapp's Baby Cereal or Oatmeal.

Your Baby will love to eat with his very own baby spoon today.
Now you can order it in original Rogers Silverplate, embossed
with your baby's own initial —for only 25 cent in cash—actually a
fraction of what it's really worth!—plus 3 labels from Clapp's
Baby Foods, or 1 box top from CIapp's Baby Cereal or Oatmeal.

And what delicious meals Clapp's Baby Foods make!.
Your baby will thrive on Clapp's soups and meat dishes ... garden fresh vegetables ...
tempting fruits and desserts ... all rich in vitamins and minerals!


New Mexico | Albuquerque | Albuquerque Journal | November 4, 1938
Fremont Grocrery Co.
The Year's Biggest News In Baby Food
CLAPP'S JUNIOR DINNERS
Sensational Additions to the Chopped Food Line
Chopped Junior Dinner, lamb with vegetable )
Chopped Junior Dinner, beef with vegetable )------------- 2 for 25 cents
Clapp's New Mixed Green, Both Strined and Chopped
17 Varieties of Clapp's Strained Foods, 3 for ---------------------25 cents
11 Varieties of Clapp's Chopped Food, 2 for ---------------------25 cents
ALLISON ALBRIGHT TO CELEBRATE NINETY-FOURTH BIRTHDAY SOON
The Burlington, N. C. Daily Times-News Monday Oct. 3, 1932

The following story accompanied by the picture of Mr. Albright, appeared recently in an
Arkansas paper, and will be of interest to many people in the city, Graham and the
county:

Newport, Sept 23—Allison G. Albright of Batesville will celebrate his 94th birthday
October 9. His eight children hope to spend the day with him. Mr. Albright was born in
Graham, N. C., in the year 1838. Thirteen years later he came with, his parents to
Arkansas and settled in the northeast section of the state, and has spent his entire
life in this part of Arkansas. Mr. Albright has been interested in several industries
and retired at a comparatively recent date. He was a merchant for many years and also
operated a gin and a mill. He was a planter, and at one time operated a hotel. Mr.
Albright makes his home in Batesville with his son and daughter.

His son, J. G. Albright, of Newport, is one of the most celebrated and popular
educators in this section. For the past ten years he has been Jackson county
superintendent and recently was honored with a reunion at Cave City, given by more than
200 of his former pupils from six states and every county in this section. Gray
Albright, a grand son, is sheriff of Jackson county, serving his first term and
renominated in a recent primary without opposition.

Mr. Albright is the father of 14 children, 10 of whom grew to manhood and womanhood.
Eight are living. Mr. Albright's wife died about seven years ago.

Among the relatives in this county that will be interested in the above story are Dr.
Dan Long and Will S. Long, of Graham. Mr. Albright's mother was a sister to Dr. Dan
Long's mother. He is also related to the Clendenine family in Graham.

(COULD THIS BE THIS FAMILY???)
I have John Stockard b. 17 Jul 1781 married to Catherine Albright b 30 Nov 1786
had
Dau Jane Stockard who married Jacob Long
and Mary A Stockard who married Alvis Albright. This is probably Allison Albright.
(I have an George Alvis Murray on birth certificate who is called George Allison Murray
in obit)
Catherine Albright has a sister, Mary Albright who married George Clendenen.
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SAME PAPER
Mr. and Mrs. Spoon Honored Birthdays.

On Sunday, September 25, more than 50 relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
L. Spoon near Kimesville in honor of their birthdays, Mr. Spoon being 80 years old on
the date and Mrs. Spoon will be 78 years old in a few weeks.

Two lovely white birthday cakes, with pink and green decorations, surrounded by 158
pink candles were used as a centerpiece on the large table on the lawn from which
dinner was served in picnic style.

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Spoon and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Spoon, Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. Smith and family, Mrs. Lizzie Amick and son, John Henry, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Spoon and sons, George and Garland and Mrs. Josie Spoon, of near Kimesville, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Isley, Miss Myrtle Isley, Clarence Isley, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McPherson,
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Amick and family, of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Cheek and
family, of Pleasant Garden, Mrs. A. C. Cooper, of Raleigh, and Mr. and Mrs. Cicero
Spoon, of Haw River.
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SAME PAPER
FUNERAL HELD FOR WILLIAM B. MALONE
Funeral services of William B. Malone, who died at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
following an illness of one day, were conducted at 3 o'clock Thursday afteroon at the
late residence by Rev. W. A. Cade, assisted by Rev. M. W. Buck. Burial was in the
Pinehill cemetery.
The choir from the Front Street Methodist church furnished the music.

Pallbearers were: Messrs. E. S. W. Dameron, W. S. Miles, Will Horner, Floy Rogers, C.
G. Phibbs, J. C. Chandler.

Flowers were carried by Mrs. D. E. Todd, Mesdames G. C. Blanchard, and William
Stanford, Misses Nell Loy, Maxlne Loy, Addle Malone, Inez Malone, Louise Horner, Madie
Bryant, Violet Wand and J. P. Malone, Warren Malone and
Milton Loy.

Funeral arrangements by Rich & Thompson Funeral Service

THE BURLINGTON, N. C.. DAILY TIMES-NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1932.

GOLDEN WEDDING DINNER GIVEN MR. AND MRS. J. M. ALBRIGHT ON THANKSGIVING

Mrs. J. L. Kernodle and Mrs. L. E. Shaw entertained at Mrs. Kernodle's country home
Thanksgiving, honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Albright whose golden wedding anniversary was
November 23.

Three large open fires were burning and cast a golden glow over the rooms which were
beautifully decorated with fall flowers and floor baskets of evergreens gathered from
the woods.

Covers were laid for 18 and a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner was served. The table was
lovely in a golden color scheme. A large brass bowl filled with small yellow
chrysanthemums was used for the centerpiece. On either side of the centerpiece was a
beautiful anniversary cake. One was in white and pink. On the top of the cake was the
figure 50, and underneath this was a golden coin which was given by Mrs. C. R. Case.
Another especially pretty cake was done in golden icing with doves, orange blossoms and
little golden bells. This cake was made of ice cream and when cut it was found that it
had pink and white layers. This cake was given by Mrs. Joseph Moag and Mrs. James
Murphy, of Raleigh. Other beautiful cakes, too numerous to mention, were given.

One very unusual guest was the mother of the golden wedding bride, Mrs. Tempie
Albright, age 94. She enjoyed the day as much as anyone present. Seated by her at the
table was a great great grandson, Hendrick Albright.

 The honer guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Albright seem young. Both enjoy good health and
enjoy their friends. They like to go places and are not the kind to sit at home and
grow old. They are never thought of as being old. Many lovely gifts were given them on
this occasion.

Those invited to enjoy this lovely cocasion were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carr, Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Shaw and son, of Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Cad Albright, of Graham, Mr, and Mrs. Ed
Adams, of Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. C-se. of Oak Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McPherson,
Rev. and Mrs. D. I. Offman, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Patterson, Mrs. Temple Albright and Miss
Mary McLeod.
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THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1934.
JAMES T. ALBRIGHT, CONFEDERATE VET, DIES AT SON'S HOME
Nine Comrades Survive In Alamance County; Funeral Sunday At Hawflelds Pres. Church.

The thin gray line of the Confederacy was reduced to nine in Alamance county today when
James Taylor Albright, 86, answered the final muster at the home of his son, W. H.
Albright. In the Hawflelds community. He had been ill four days.

Until his retirement from active life, Mr. Albright was one of the best known and most
active farmers of his section, holding the admiration and respect of his community and
county fellow citizens.
During the war he served as a member or Company B, Fourth Regiment, North Carolina, and
served with distinction which marked the Fourth as a glorious band of patriotic sons of
the state.

He is survived by three daughters, Mesdames C. F. Overman, Mebane; J. O. Corbitt,
Shelby and Charles C. Adams, Mebane; five sons, J. S., Henderson; C. A., Haw River; R.
E. and W. H. Albright, all of Mebane; also 37 grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.

Mr. Albright was a member of the Hawfields Presbyterian church from which the funeral
service will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. N. N. Fleming, assisted
by Rev. W. M. Baker, pastor at Hawflelds.
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THE BURLINGTON, N. C., DAILY TIMES-NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933.

V. B. ALBRIGHT
V. B. Albright, of Spencer, formerly of Burlington, died yesterday morning at his home
in Spencer, following a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at Spencer.

Mr. Albright leaves a sister, Miss Florance Albright, of the city, and one brother, W.
A. Albright, of Danville. Va.
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MRS. MARY E. JORDAN
Final rites of Mrs. Mary E. Jordan, 80, who died Wednesday morning at the home of James
A. Horner, on Stockard street, following an illness of one week, were conducted at 2:30
yesterday afternoon at the residence by Dr. Fred W. Paschall, of the First M. P.
church. Burial was in the Pine Hill cemetery.

Pallbearers were: Messers W. H. Foushee, Roy Nance. Rex Ivey, D. D. Cook, Fred Overman,
and L. A. Lutterloh.

Flowers were carried by Misses Beatrice and Martha Horner, Elsie Maynard, Joyce
Foushee, and Mrs. James Holt.

Rich & Thompson funeral services had charge of the arrangements.
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THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1934.
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"Pioneer Women of Graham Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy" was interestingly
given by Mrs. M. R. Rives at a recent meeting of the local chapter.
The history as reviewed by Mrs. Rives follows:

The New Universities dictionary tells us that a pioneer is "a soldier of person whose
business it is to clear or repair roads, etc., before an army" or "one who goes before
to prepare the way for another." As we go into a study of this sort we wonder what
there was in the lives of these women or in their background to inspire them to open up
these new trails.

In a day and time when "women's place" was "in the home" and and ''children should be
seen and not heard" it took much courage for women to form an organization which would
put them much in the forefront and attract the eyes of the public to them: but women of
the sixties have never been accused of being cowards when "duty" was in question. Lo,
we find that in Nashville, Tenn., in 1891 an organization was formed which was destined
to become two years later "The United Daughters of the Confederacy." Six years later
the North Carolina division was formed, and eight years after this, October, 1905, the
Graham chapter was formed. This was during the time that Mrs. H. A. London, of
Pittsboro, was president of the North Carolina division and she gave us much aid and
encouragement. This being the last chapter organized in North Carolina during her
regime she called us her "baby chapter" and took a great pride in her strong infant, as
is the nature of parents.
As we look over our chapter and see the names recorded there we cannot keep the tears
away for they have everyone been personal friends or even relatives; and so many of
them have "gone before" or "blazed the trail" not only as to earthly things many of
them have passed on into eternity. Now can we in the midst of our tears fail to
straighten our shoulders and throw up our heads in pride and admiration of those who
have led in the work of this great organization in which we feel so much satisfaction.

I give brief sketches of the records of our 21 charter members as follows:

Mrs. J. A. Long, born in Alamance county in 1856, daughter of Donald P. Teague who
belonged to Company G. 2nd North Carolina calvary, was also the wife of a Confederate
veteran.

Jacob A. Long who belonged to Wright's battery colt's battalion of artillery, A. N. V.
Mr. Long was in service until the close of the war and was paroled from Greensboro in
April, 1865.

Mrs. Long was second president of the Graham chapter, an active member as long as she
lived in Graham. She was made an honorary member after leaving Graham and was
interested in our chapter until her death last year.

Mrs. J. N. H. Clendenin, (Bettie Long) was born in Alamance County.

Her husband belonged to Company H, 5th North Carolina volunteers where he served till
the close of the war.

Mrs. Clendenin was never an active worker in the U. D. C., abut was interested in the
work as long as she lived.

Mrs. J. W. Harden, daughter of Col. William Reade, born in Person county in 1841 was
the wife of J. W. Harden who was in the Confederate navy, listed as "Seaman Company F.
Navy battalion, C. S. A. He served under Commander Tucker, was in Charleston during
the period 1864 - 65, was at Harper's farm, taken as prisoner to Point Lookout, Md.

He was discharged June 27, 1865.

Mrs. Harden was a loyal member until her death in 1910.

Mrs. C. B. Erwin, who Mary Speer, daughter of Thomas D. Speer, of Sumpter county,
Georgia, who was unable, on account of age, to do active service in the army, but
contributed liberally of his means to the cause of the Confederacy, joined the U. D.
C., on the record of her uncle (Capt. B.T. Johnston) Company A, 27th battalion, Georgia
volunteers, who served until after Lee's surrender, and was paroled from Greensboro,
April 26, 1865. Mrs. Erwin was third president of Graham chapter and it was largely
thought her interest and perseverance that our lovely monument was erected.

Mrs. Erwin moved to Fayetteville a number of years ago but retained her great interest
in our chapter. She was made an honorary member, which membership she held until her
death last year.

Mrs. J. L. Scott was the daughter of Rufus A. Brady who first belonged to Company C,
37th North Carolina regiment and was later sent by the governor to South Carolina where
he had charge of a department in the railroad shop. Mrs. Scott was the fifth president
of the chapter and a loyal member until after she moved away from Graham. She now lives
In Greensboro.

Mrs. E. S. Parker, born in Johnston county in the year 1842, was wife of Capt. E. S.
Parker, who was a member of the Goldsboro rifles and went with his company to Fort
Macon on Monday after the fall of Fort Sumpter. Here he remained until he and others in
response to call for troops, raised Company H. of the second regiment. He was
afterwards appointed A.C.S. in the 50th regiment. Captain Parker was captured, carried
to Old Fort and held in close confinement on scant rations for weeks. After this he and
about 90 fellow prisoners were put upon a transport named Maple Leaf and under guard
started for Fort Delaware. Soon after leaving Fort Monroe, these prisoners, in midday,
captured their guards and took possession of the vessel. Seventy-six of these men
escaped and after abut two weeks they reached Weldon, N. C. without a man missing. Mrs.
Parker, was first president of the chapter always presiding with grace and dignity.
During later years, because of sickness of her husband and later her own frailty, she
was not able to attend meetings but her chapter was ever near her heart. She died in
1925.

Mrs. J. Edgar Long was born in Halifax county North Carolina. The daughter of D. B.
Bell, Company I, first North Carolina regiment who was discharged April 9, 1865.

Mrs. J. D. Kernodle, (nee, Cora Harden) joined on the record of her uncle, J. W.
Harden, whose record is given in the Sketch of Mrs. J. W. Harden.

Mrs. Kernodle was sixth president of the Graham chapter and had the distinction of
serving four consecutive years and our chapter history says, "Mrs. Kernodle had done
such fine work that in 1919, Mrs. Harvey, president North Carolina division made her
leader of the sixth division. We all call her passing on Christmas morning, 1932.

Sadie Hines, (later Mrs. Theo Pomeroy) came to Graham from Caswell county, joined on
the record of her father, Edward H. Hines, who enlisted in April, 1861, at the age of
16 years in the Milton Blues 13th regiment. This regiment was afterwards called the
Border Rangers 45th North Carolina regiment.

At the age of 17 years Mr. Hines was promoted to lieutenant by Jefferson Davis. He
served on the staffs of Generals Daniel and Given. Mrs. Pomeroy moved to Milton where
she died a number of years later.

Ava Clendenin, later Mrs. C. M. Lance, was a daughter of J. N. H. Clendenin and joined
on the record which is the same as that of Mrs. J. N. H. Clendenin. She died a number
or years ago.

Miss Alice Bason was the daughter of Capt. James D. Bason. Mr. Bason was paroled from
the service after 1865. Miss Bason was an active member as long M she lived in Graham
and from the records she did much and efficient work on various committees.

Mrs. D. S. Thompson who was before her marriage Sara White, joined on the record of her
husband who belonged to Company H, 5th North Carolina Volunteers, serving until the
close of the war, although too modest and retiring for aggressive outside work her
loyalty to the chapter was never doubted and her love for it never flagged even with
years of blindness and physical infirmities. She died several years ago.

Mrs. C. A. Thompson joined on the record of her father, J. N. H. Clendenin, whose
record has already been given.

Mrs. Thompson was first secretary of the chapter and served for four years. There was a
period through which she could not attend meetings so withdrew from the chapter, but
has been back in the chapter and active for the last three years.

Mrs. J. N. Williamson joined on the record of her husband who belonged to Company A.
13th North Carolina regiment but was also a sister of James H. Holt, Alexander Holt and
L. Banks Holt. The latter served in the 6th North Carolina regiment.

Mrs. Williamson was never an active member in the chapter but was always interested and
gave freely of money for needs of the chapter. She had been a confirmed invalid for
several years and is now in a hospital in Martinsville, Va.

Mrs. T. A. Albright was a daughter of W. J. Page who belonged to Company D. 19th
battalion, S. C. calvary and served
until he was parolled from Greensboro at the close of the war. Mrs. Albright died
during the first year of the chapter's existence.

Mrs. Giles Mebane was our oldest member at the time of organization. Also the first of
our member to be taken by death. She was the widow of Giles Mebane who belonged to the
convention that carried the state out of the Union. Mrs. Mebane gave personal aid to
soldiers by knitting and sewing. She was one of the number of women who stood all day
and wrapped lunches for Johnston's army when they marched through.
Mrs. George W. Long   joined on he record of her husband who was a cadet at Hillsboro
Military academy at   the age of 16 years, when Governor Vance called for the aid of 100
of the largest boys   of the academy to help drive General Stoneman and his troops from
the state. Dr. Long   was one of this group and served the governor through the remainder
of the conflict.

Mrs. Long was ever an interested member of the chapter. She died several years ago in
Statesville, where she went to live with her daughter after Dr. Long's death.

Mrs. W. R. Goley (Lou Coe) was born in Guilford county, daughter of Lorenzo Hurley Coe,
who belonged to Company (E5??) 15th regiment and died of fever while in service. Mrs.
Goley I'm glad to say is still an active daughter in our chapter.

Miss Mamie Parker joined on the record of her illustrious father whose war record has
already been given, Miss Parker has always been active in her much loved chapter, was
president for two years and is now a division officer.

Miss Bert Albright, (now Mrs. Frank Moore) was a granddaughter of J. G. Albright who
was first a member of the home guards, later enlisted in Company A. SR reserves 73rd
regiment. He was in the retreat before Sherman in his march to the sea. He also fought
in the last battle of Bentonville and was in service until the close of the war.

In addition to these I find in the minutes that among the charter members were: Mrs. D.
A. Long, Miss Carrie Long, Miss Louise Holt, Miss Bess Scott, Miss Mattie Holt, though
I do not find that they were ever at a meeting.

I do find that Mrs. E. C. Murray and Miss Annie Harden were active members from the
beginning, though not named on the charter or in those first minutes.

Of the 21 charter members seven were wives, 10 were daughters, one was granddaughter,
two were nieces and one grand-niece of Confederate veterans. These women understood the
work of preserving Confederate history, memorializing the dead, and aiding the living
veterans and widows of the Confederacy but I imagine they would be amazed could they
know the volume of work accomplished by their chapter through the years.

I would that those who have gone before could know of many of these things. Imagine
their joy should they pay a visit to the Woman's home at Fayetteville.

Think of their pride in the boys and girls whom we've helped to educate! Wouldn't they
rejoice in the healing ministrations of Bessie Bell Reid bed fund.

How lovingly they would give to Mrs. Norman V. Randolph relief fund. How they would
enjoy our beautiful highways.

We find that of the 21 charter members of our chapter only three are now active
members. These are Mrs. W. R. Goley, Mrs. C. C. Thompson and Miss Mamie Parker.

Miss Alice Bason. Miss Hallie Irwin, (now Mrs. L. Banks Williamson) and Mrs. J. L.
Scott are living elsewhere but probably active in their chapters. Mrs. J. N. Williamson
is an honorary president of this chapter.

Twelve have truly "gone before." May we carry on as a good soldier and bequeath to our
successors strong hearts, quick minds and aggressive spirits for this work so nobly
undertaken by our "pioneers."
THE BURLINGTON, N. C., DAILY TIMES-NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1933.

Funeral Service for Distinguished Educator and Minister Held at Providence Church
Today.
Florence, S. C., Oct. 27.—After an illness of some time, Dr. Daniel Albright Long. 89,
died at his home here last night. The funeral services, will be held at Providence
church, Graham, N. C., at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.

Dr. Long is survived by his wife and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. D. K.
Wolfe, of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Charles M. Belvin, of Raleigh, N. C., Mrs. George Albert
Kernodle, of Burlington, N. C., and J. C. Long of Florence.

Dr. Long was in the active ministry of the Christian church for 65 years. For half a
century he was a college president having served in this capacity at Graham Normal
college, Graham, N. C., Antioch college of Yellow Springs, Ohio, and Union Christian
college, Meron, Ind. he was a chaplain in the Confederate army. Dr. Long was a man of
brilliant intellect. A noted orator and scholar.

Among those who will serve as honorary pallbearers for the funeral tomorrow will be the
following from North Carolina: Junius H. Harden, John M. Fix, George W. Fogleman, D. E.
Sellars, H. W. Trollinger, B. D. Vestal, R. A. Sharpe, Claude Gates, Dan S. Hall of
Burlington, N. C., and McBride Holt, W. J. Nicks, J. D. Kernodle, E. P. McClure, and
John Trollinger of Graham, N. C.

The body arrived in Graham this afternoon at 1 o'clock, and lay in state in the
Providence Christian church until 2:30 o'clock. Interment was in the Linwood cemetery
in Graham.


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THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, MONDAY. AUGUST 26, 1935
Patriot's Grave To Be Marked By D. A. R. Tuesday

Guilford Battle chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
will hold a simple ceremony Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at
the grave of Capt. John Harden at an old cemetery two miles
outside of Graham to present a marker to the honor of the revolutionary soldier who is
greatgreat-great-grandfather of Mrs. J.
J. Henderson, of Graham, and Mrs. M. B. Wyatt, of Greensboro,
both members of the Guilford Battle chapter.

Miss Coda Emmaline Henderson, of Graham, daughter of Mrs. J. J. Henderson, will read a
short biographical sketch of her noted ancestor. Mrs. E. E. Gillespie. regent, will
preside, and Mrs. Cora Cox Lucas, chapter chaplain, will have charge of the devotional
part of the service. Salute to the flag will be led by Mrs. Z. V. Conyers, chairman of
correct use of the flag.

John Harden lies in an old family burying ground on the Michael Holt homeplace. Michael
Holt also of revolutionary days, is likewise buried there.

Capt. John Harden was appointed captain of Tryon County Troops and led the cmopany in
the battle of Ramseur's Mill. He was a member of the Colonial Provincial Congress which
met in Hillsboro, Aug. 20, 1885. He married Sarah Holt, daughter of Capt. Michael Holt
and his wife, Lockhart Holt.

All connections of the Harden family and those interested will meet at Mrs. mcBride
Holt's at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning to attend this ceremony.
Burlington Daily Times | Sept. 13, 1927
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Clapp and daughter of South Carolina are here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. M. Clapp.
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THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, MARCH 1, 1930.
Herman M. Clapp and daughter, of Charlotte, reached here Saturday for a short visit with relatives.
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THE BURLINGTON. N. C. DAILY TIMES-NEWS
 SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1932.
Mr, and Mrs. Herman M. Clapp of Charlotte, who have been here with their two daughters visiting Chas. T. M. Clapp
and Miss Minnie Clapp have returned to their home.

THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, MARCH 1, 1930.
Mrs. Charles T. M. Clapp has been very sick for the past two weeks, and her condition is regarded as very serious. Her
health has not been good for the past six months but her friends have been hoping for some improvement but, instead,
she has steadily grown weaker.
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THE BURLINGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1930.
Mrs. Clapp Passes at her home at Whitsett.

Mrs. Myra Barnhart Clapp, aged 73 years, wife of C. T. M. Clapp, died this morning at 4 o'clock at their home at
Whitsett, following several weeks illness of paralysis. She was a native of that section, and had been a member of
Brick church from girlhood. She had the love and esteem of a large circle of friends and relatives.

Funeral service will be held at Brick church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock by her pastor, Rev. C. E. Hiatt, assisted by
Rev. H. A. Fesperman of Greensboro, and interment will be made in the church cemetery.

She is survived by her husband and the following son and daughters; Miss Minnie Clapp, Whitsett, Mrs. G. H. Parker,
Spartanburg, S. C., Mrs. W. E. Rowland, Rocky Mount, Mrs. C. N. Morrison, Greensboro, Mrs. R. L. Boring,
Reidsville, Mrs. W. E. Williams, Battleboro, J. W. Clapp, Florence, S. C., and ? M. Clapp, Charlotte. She is also
survived by two sisters and a brother, Mrs. Alfred Alexander, Liberty, Miss Aurelia Burnhart, Burlington, and C. C.
Barnhart, High Point; and by sixteen grandchildren.
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THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1949
CHARLES T. M. CLAPP
Whitsett, Jan. 12.—Charles T. M. Clapp, 91, a life-long resident of Whitsett, died at his home here last night at 5
o'clock after a critical illness of four days.

Husband of the late Mrs. Myra Earnhardt Clapp, who died in 1930, Mr. Clapp was the son of the late George W. and
Martha Reitzel Clapp and was born in Guilford county.
Rev. A. R. Detwiler, pastor, and Dr. Harvey A. Fesperman of Burlington will conduct the final rites at the Brick
Evangelical Reformed Church at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Survivors include six daughters, Miss Minnie Clapp, Whitsett, Mrs. George Parker, Reidsville; Mrs. W. E. Rowland,
Rocky Mount; Mrs. W. E. Williams, Rocky Mount; Mrs. C. N. Morrison, McConnelsville, S. C.; and Mrs. R. L.
Boring, Lexington, Ky.; Two sons, J. W. Clapp, Florence, S. C., and H. M. Clapp of Charlotte; two sisters, Mamie
Clapp and Georgia Clapp, both of Gibsonville; two brothers, Gurney G. Clapp of Gibsonville and Carl Clapp of
Charleston; 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
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THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1949
CHARLES T. M. CLAPP.
Whitsett, Jan. 14.—Final rites for Charles T. M. Clapp, 91, who died Tuesday, were held at the Brick Evangelical and
Reformed Church yesterday morning at 11 o'clock with services conducted by Rev. A. R. Detwiller, pastor of the
church.

Burial was in the church cemetery and music was rendered by the church choir.

Pallbearers were Odis Noah, Odis Clapp, Albert Smith, Clay Perrett, Dean Torreyson and Troy Perkins.

Flower bearers, with Mrs. G. C. McKaughon in charge, were Miss Ruby Woodard and Mesdames C. O'Briant, Egbert
Ingle, C. B. Ingle, L. A. Wharton, S. A. Dow, V. T. Whitsett, S. W. Reece, J. W. Foster and J. H. Joyner.
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THE BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES-NEWS
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 23, 1940
DONALD [DANIEL] EDWARD CLAPP
Final rites for Daniel Edward Clapp of Lakeside avenue who died on January 21, were conducted on Monday
afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the residence by the Rev. George E. Dillinger, pastor of the First Reformed church.
Members of the choir, accompanied by Mrs. Herbert W. Coble, furnished music.

Pall bearers were: George Fowler, Duncan C. Bryan, John R. Hoffman, E. M. Cheek, Paul Jenkins, M. G. Pickett.

Flower bearers were: Mesdames D. C. Bryan, and Elsie Kennedy, in charge, assisted by members of Circle No. 2 and
Flora Sharpe Bible class of the First Reformed church Mesdames E. M. Cheek, Geo. Fowler, T. C. Andrews, Walter
Askew, M. G. Pickett, B. M. Clapp, Wyatt Clapp, Sherman Ross, Glenn Ward, R. D. Tickle, Frank Loy, L. W. Love,
J. C. Shepherd, S. P. Whitt, Paul Jenkins, Grady Beck, C. E. Mize, C. T. Ward, Lacy Brown.
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THE BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMES-NEWS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1936

GEORGE WASHINGTON CLAPP.
George Washington Clapp, 56, of Burlington, Route 5, died this morning at 10:45 at his home, after an illness of
about seven months.

He was the husband of Mrs. Mamie Rigsbie Clapp, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Greeson Clapp, of Guilford
county.

Funeral services have not been announced, but the body will remain at Rich and Thompson mortuary until final plans
are made.
He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Vergan Clapp, of the home; three sons, Harvey, Lawrence and Clarencs
Clapp; three sisters, Mrs. L. L. Bowman of Kimesville, and Miss Verle and Thelma Clapp of Graham; four brothers,
C. P. Clapp of Graham, Luther, Lawrence and J. L. Clapp, all of Kimesville; two grandchildren.
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