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1  Schrock, Nannie (I11497)
 
2  Hershberger, Harry (I18175)
 
3  Eash, Arthur H (I34445)
 
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7 01 Apr 1918
Birth Place: Millersburg, O.
Birth Date / Age: 22 9/12 Years
Assigns Comment: 37 Co 158 Depot Brigade to 21 Apr 1918; Co A 323 Machine Gun Battalion to 1 May 1918; Co D 329 Infantry to --; 83 Division 2 Depot to 30 July 1918; Co D 103 Infantry to Discharge Private St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Defensive Sector. Wounded In Action degree undetermined 5 Nov 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 6 June 1918 to 9 Dec 1918. Honorable discharge 27 Jan 1919. 10% disabled. 
Bittner, Otto Desilva (I29627)
 
8 1 of 1 surviving children  
9 11 of 12 surviving children Weimer, Lydia (I3113)
 
10 14 Dec 1922 - eloped to Cumberland Maryland, and she lied about her age, as she was only 15 years old when she married.

Feb 7 1985 - Obituaries - Page 3 - FREDA M. WHIPKEY
Freda M. Whipkey, 77, formerly of Connellsville, died Wednesday in the Henry Clay Villa, Markleysburg. She was born Nov 9 1907 in Ohiopyle, daughter of the late Marshall and Bessie Randall Myers. She was a member of the Christian Church, Connellsville and was a retired matron of the Fayette County Court House. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Curtis (Barbara) Russell, Fort Myers Fla., and Mrs Michael (Audrey) Yozie of Dunbar; three grand-children; and four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Milton, a son, George; and two sisters, Mrs Edna Durso and Mrs Audrey Hess). 
Myers, Freda Mae (I34397)
 
11 158 Depot Brigade to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 15 Dec 1918. Straman, John Bernhard (I27731)
 
12 17 Aer Squadron to 26 Aug 1918; 1104 Aer Replacement Squadron to Discharge Corporal 1 Aug 1917; Sergeant 1 Aug 1918. Somme Defensive; Somme Offensive; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 9 Jan 1918 to 28 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 5 May 1919. Hathaway, Glenn Scott (I26966)
 
13 1749 - Sep 9 - Emigrated by way of Rotterdam, Netherlands, Plymouth England and then Philadelphia  
14 1754 - Captured by Indians with father Jacob and brother Joseph
1762 - Released by Indians 
Hostetler, Christian (I1660)
 
15 1754 - Killed by Indians Hochstetler, Jacob (I1659)
 
16 1754 - Killed by Indians  
17 1758 - Land in Berks county warranted
1784 - Moved to Somerset County
1784 - Dec 17 Land warrant for farm in Elk Lick
1797 - Apr 27 - Sold farm to son John - said to have built "this little house" as his retirement residence
1800 - Living with wife - no children remaining at home 
 
18 1767 - Taxed on 260 acres of land - 4 cows, 4 horses and 3 sheep
Hardy County Wills
Will of Adam Radabaugh 1802 - 1806

This document was transcribed by Margaret Lew from Leonard Hire's xeroxed copy of the original records. Additional transcription by Jerry Coffman cleared up questionable readings of faint words.

In the Name of God amen I Adam Radabough of Hardy county and State of Virginia being very old and infirm am taking mortality into consideration as it is appointed for all men to die but not Doubting but God will Raise the body again at the Great day of Resurrection and I being weak in body but of Sound memory Blessed be God to this sixth day of August one Thousand Eight Hundred and two make an publish this my last will and Testament in manner following that is to say first I Desire my body to be Buried in Christian Like manner after my Decease and all my just Debts and funeral expences to be paid by my Executors hereinafter named out of my Estate.

Secondly I give and Bequeath all to my Son Peter Radabough all my Lands lying and being in the County of Hardy on the South fork of the South Branch.
Thirdly I give and Bequeath to my Son Henry Radabough ten pounds in Cash.
Fourthly I give and Bequeath to my grandchildren that is to say to Mary Higher, Peter Higher and Christian Higher Six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence each of them in cash it being their Mother Deceased part of my Estate.
Fifthly I give and Bequeath to my grand Daughter Barbara Carshner Twenty pounds in cash.
Sixthly I give and Bequeath to my Daughter Mary Mowyers twenty pounds in cash to be her and her heirs forever.
Seventhly I give and Bequeath all the remainder of my Estate of whatever nature or kind it be not heretofore willed away by me to my four sons that is to say to my son Henry Radabough Martin
Radabough George Radabough and Adam Radabough to be equally divided amongst them four to be the use of them and their heirs for ever.
Eightly and lastly I nominate and appoint Christian Simon and Peter Radabough to be the sole executors of this my last will and Testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above.
Written Witnessed
Signed Sealed and Delivered
in the presents of us His
Abraham Simon Adam M Radabough(SEAL)
David Collins Mark
Christian Simon Jun
At a Court held for Hardy county the 10th day of September 1806 this last will and Testament of Adam Radabough deceased was proved by the oaths of Abraham Simon and Christian Simon jr. two of the witnesses thereto and is Ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Peter Radabough one of the Executors in the said will mentioned certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form he having taken the oath of an Executor and together with Christian Simon his security entered into and acknowledged & bond in the penalty of one thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs.

Test.

Ed.Williams CC 
Rodabaugh, Johan Adam (I51594)
 
19 1777 - 1778 - Pvt in 17 Class, 8th Company, 6th Battalion Berks Co Pa Militia Hostetler, Joseph (I12846)
 
20 1779 - Moved from Berks County, Pennsylvania to Somerset, Pennsylvania
1820 - Probably living with son John at Elk Lick 
Hostetler, John (I1642)
 
21 1779 - Moved to Somerset County, Pennsylvania Hostetler, Jacob (I1641)
 
22 1779 - Signed - Remonstrance of Berks County (Pa) against calling a Constiutional Convention Rodabaugh, George (I51623)
 
23 1790 Census - page 3 - listed as omitted from the census Yauger, John Powell (I314)
 
24 1800 - Farmer
1900 - Day laborer
1910 - Laborer - lumberyard
1920 - Laborer - elevator
1930 - Common laborer 
 
25 1809 - Daughter - Susanna murdered Hostetler, John (I1629)
 
26 1820 - Farmer
1820 - shows more children than identified in OneWorldTree
1850 - Farmer 
Klingaman, George (I2450)
 
27 1820 - Farmer
1840 - Farmer
1850 - Farmer
1860 - Farmer
1860 - Living with daughter Sarah Wilson 
 
28 1820 - Farmer
1840 - Mining and Manufacturing
1850 - Miner
1860 - Laborer 
Livingston, George (I28)
 
29 1820 - Farmer Livingston, George (I30)
 
30 1825 - 1829 - Distilled Whiskey
Nicknamed - lame John 
Hostetler, John Jacob (I1646)
 
31 1830 - Disappeared in the woods - presumed dead Helmuth, Moses (I3517)
 
32 1840 - Farmer
1850 - Tanner
1860 - Farmer
1880 - Farmer 
Livingston, Orthaneil (I26)
 
33 1840 - Farmer Keim, Jeremiah (I2550)
 
34 1840 - Listed as a Revolutionary veteren in census  
35 1840 - Manufacturing
1850 - Carpenter
1860 - Carpenter
1870 - House Carpenter 
 
36 1840 - Manufacturing  
37 1841 - Laborer  
38 1841 - Miner Spruce, Ann (I34411)
 
39 1841 - Miner Spruce, Benjamin (I34413)
 
40 1841 - Miner  
41 1842 - Died of scarlet fever  
42 1842 Died of cholera infantum Yoder, Ephraim (I18482)
 
43 1844 - Died from a fall Keim, George (I3717)
 
44 1846 - Died after being kicked by a horse Hochstetler, William (I2661)
 
45 1848 - Died due ot childbirth Gilleland, Margarette (I37137)
 
46 1848 - Died of Cholera infantum Yoder, Christian (I18479)
 
47 1848 - Died of Tyhpoid fever Lint, Elizabeth (I3096)
 
48 1850 - Alms house - simple minded
1860 - Alms house - simple minded 
Yauger, Phobe (I516)
 
49 1850 - Blacksmith
1854 - 1858 - Elected to the Indiana State Senative from Lawrence county
1879 - 1881 - Served in US Congress from the 8th Indiana district - part of Bedford County 
Hostetler, Abraham J (I46796)
 
50 1850 - Blacksmith
1860 - Blacksmith
1870 - Blacksmith
1880 - Blacksmith - living with son Conrad 
Lint, Gillian Christian (I3230)
 

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