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Re: Information on Headlee's book on Lemleys
Posted by: Joann Burnich (ID *****9527) Date: July 09, 2002 at 09:03:32
In Reply to: Re: Information on Headlee's book on Lemleys by Harland Boosinger of 890

I do not have a copy of his book...but do have a few cut-up parts of it. One such part is p. 21 which gives George (born 1741; died 6/11/1813) Lemley and Catharine Yoho Lemley (born bef. 1745; died 11/5/1825) and their children:
John Lemley Sr. (m. Barbara Livengood)
Jacob Lemley, Sr. (m. Sarah Morris)
Mary Lemley (m. Jacob Bower or Bowen)
George Lemley Jr. (m. Catharine)---mine
Peter Lemley (m. Mary Ann Cather)
Catharine Lemley (m. Robert Frakes; Lewis Six)
Susannah Lemley (m. John Liming)
Isaac Lemley, Sr. (m. Margaret Mary Snider)
Rachel Lemley (m. Absalom Willey)
Samuel Lemley (m. Rebecca Snider; Isabel (Core) Hughey)
David Lemley Sr. (m. Ruhama Snider)
Then I have p. 87 which is my George Jr. & Catharine.
The whole thing is done such that it gets very confusing.
I think a good idea for you is to get on message boards and forums like this and ASK someone to copy the book for you....and when he/she agrees, you can send him/her the $$ first to xerox it.
Another good (?) source of info on Lemleys is the book: "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families" (A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley, with complete index) by howard L. Leckey, Historian (Green County Historical Society, Waynesburg, Penn., 1977). I have frontispiece, and pp. 430-432.

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