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Cornelius NICE b. 1754 Germantown, PA - Could he have been a Loyalist??
Posted by: Shirley Coneen Olfert (ID *****5685) Date: February 20, 2004 at 15:58:32
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Searching for the records of Cornelius NICE b. 1754 Germantown, PA, s/o Cornelius NICE & Susannah KRAUSS.

On records that I've seen, it is showing that the son Cornelius died in 1811 - I would be very interested in seeing where this information came from.

I have an ancestor named Cornelius NICE born about the same time period - He was a Loyalist. The family Bible recorded that he was German from Pennsylvania.

When my Cornelius had children,he named them Cornelius, Susannah, John, Sarah (same names as the children of Cornelius NICE & Susannah KRAUSS.

Would appreciate any information on this family.

Shirley Coneen Olfert


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