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Re: NAUGLES OF OR NEAR WAYNESBORO,PA.
Posted by: Thera Date: May 01, 2001 at 17:50:48
In Reply to: NAUGLES OF OR NEAR WAYNESBORO,PA. by DAVID NAUGLE of 249

Hi David,

Some of 'my' Naugles were in Waynesboro, though most were in Walnut Bottom and Shippensburg. I don't have an Ella Lawns, so I don't know if J. Naugle is one of mine or not. You didn't give a time frame for them. I do know that my immigrant ancestor, Jacob Naugle, b. 1800, arrived in PA sometime after 1836, when one of his sons was born in Germany, and 1852, when Jacob died in Walnut Bottom.

My GG-grandmother, Sarah Abigail "Abbie" (Naugle) Latshaw died in Waynesboro in 1926. She was the daughter of Samuel Naugle (1833-1907,) who was the son of the immigrant, Jacob, mentioned above.

My grandfather was William Edwin Naugle (1901-1997) of Shippensburg, son of Elmer Ellsworth Naugle, who was the son of Jesse Elmer Naugle.

If any of these people are familiar to you, please get in touch so we can exchange information.

Thera


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