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Looking for what happened to the following family of Loudoun County VA in first part of 1800's.
John Havenner b. before 1775 maried in Loudoun County Feb 22, 1798 Mary Bridges. They are in the 1810 and 1820 census for Loudoun County. Mary father John Bridges Will filed 1826(but not probated) in Loudoun Cty mentions John Havener, Joseph Redner Havener, Mary Havener, Martha Havener, Barbara Havener, Sarah Havener, Marcy Havener and Philip Ryan. (Not clear if this is Philip Ryan Havener or actually Philip Ryan a son in law of John Bridges. One of the witnesses to will was Alexander Havener. The 1820 census shows Males: 1 over 45, 2 age 16-26, 1 (16-18), 1 under 10. Febmales are 1 over 45, 1 (under 10), 2 (10-16) and 2 (16-26). Loudoun willbk R:265 1827/28 a John Havener and a Barbary Havener witness will of John Dulin. This is possibly from same family above. After that I cannot find any Loudoun references that clearly belong to this family which makes me think they may have left the area. please also reply to firstname.lastname@example.org