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Re: Kantners in Pa./Ohio 1800's
Posted by: Kurt Pickering (ID *****4131) Date: January 25, 2004 at 20:24:38
In Reply to: Kantners in Pa./Ohio 1800's by Robert Hildreth of 85

I don't have Samuel or Charlie, but if they were in Auglaize County, Ohio at that time you are certainly a cousin. I'm only working pedigree & sibs at this point, so all their absence means is that neither was a direct ancestor of mine or a sibling of a direct ancestor of mine.

Feel free to peruse my GEDCOM at

There are also a few posts I've made earlier here that walk that line back to its immigration, then as Gander, from Germany. They first settled in Pennsylvania - the stereotypical Pennsylvania Dutch - then moved to what is now Auglaize County in the very early 1830s.

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