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Re: Phillip Livengood in PA 1737 to 1761
Posted by: Tim Cohea Date: March 03, 1999 at 21:53:59
In Reply to: Re: Phillip Livengood in PA 1737 to 1761 by Dale in MO of 403


Yes, this is the same Philip Livengood (Leibenguth) that came Rotterdam on the St. Andrew's Galley in 1737. His son Christian went south to North Carolina, while the rest of his kids (including your Catharine) stayed in Pennsylvania. Philip is reported to have been born in 1708 in Vorderweidenthal, Pfalz, Germany, and he passed on in 1761 in Pennsylvania. I would love to have information on Catharine's descendents (have some from FTM but...)

Livengood-cousin Tim Cohea


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