Posted By:Donna Carnall
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Subject:Meyer(s), Myer(s)--Germany to USA (OH-IN), & Carnall, Karnal--Switzerland to USA
Post Date:October 12, 2004 at 08:29:19
Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/oh/wayne/messages/692.html
Forum:Wayne County, OH Genealogy Forum
Forum URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/oh/wayne/

I am looking for any information on the following Meyer(s), Myer(s), Carnall, Karnal families, including anyone related to them in any way. Is there anyone else out there researching the following people?

Christopher Frederick Myers, Sr. (b. ca. 1791, Stuttgart, Bavaria, Germany; d. 20 Jan 1860, Washington Twp, Adams Co., IN), m. Christian Havich (b. ca.1809, Germany; d. 26 Nov 1879 or 5 Dec 1879, Adams Co., IN). They had 6 children that I know of: Christopher Frederick, Jr. (m. Mary L. [__?__] Carnall / Karnal), William Jackson (m. Jennie Hunter), David L., James M., Henry H. (m. Elizabeth C. Baker), Daniel W. (m. Annie Gwinner), & possibly S. H. Myers (m. Melinda __?__). All the above children, except Christopher Jr., were b. in Wayne Co., OH.
Who did these children marry? What happened to all of them? Where did they live & die? Etc., etc.!

Christopher Frederick Myers, Jr. (b. 22 May 1829, Wiirttemberg, Germany; d. after 1887 ?), m. 28 Feb 1858, Wells Co., IN, Mary L. __?__ (b. ca.1830, France or NY; d. 1871-1880, Washington Twp, Adams Co., IN). Note: Mary was the widow of Henry Lawrence Carnall / Karnal, Sr. when she married Christopher F. Myers, Jr. Christopher & Mary had 6 children that I know of: Rebecca Ann, John W. Charles Milton, Simon, Amanda J., & Mary E. Myers.
Who did these children marry? What happened to all of them? Where did they live & die? Etc., etc.!

For info on the family of Henry Lawrence Carnall / Karnal, Sr. & Mary L. (__?__) see my 27 Sept 2004 post to the Carnall Family Genealogy Forum: "Carnall / Karnal, etc.--from Switzerland to NY to Wells Co., IN to KS"---
http://genforum.genealogy.com/carnall/messages/99.html

I appreciate any help with locating info & contacts concerning the above people!
Thank you,
Donna Tice-Carnall