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Posted by: Norma Custer (ID *****0272) Date: July 16, 2002 at 09:02:06
In Reply to: Re: BURTON THOMAS WALKER FLINT SPENCER ... by Norma Custer of 1002

Joseph Custer had a son, b. c1825 in Hartford Twp. The family moved to Berghill 1826. Joseph bought property in Brookfield Twp., 1831.
Part of Lot 72, R1, T4, [east part, 55 acres] in the township of Brookfield in the county of Trumbull and state of Ohio.

He purchased his property 16 Jul 1831, a 55 acre farm, Lot 72, E part 55 acres,NE from First Principal Meridian from John & Mary Pfouts of Hartford & Frederick & Margarette Wireman of Brookfield.

Joseph was resident of Burrough of Brookfield, Canfield, Connecticut Western Reserve, Trumbull Co., OH when he and Elizabeth purchased Lot 72, R17, T4, E part 55 acres, NE First Principal Meridian, from John and Mary Pfouts of Hartford, and Frederick & Margarette Wireman of Brookfield, Trumbull Co., OH. Joseph d. a young death before 08 Apr 1837.

Samuel Clark [17 January 1770-29 October 1860] & Mary Custard lived in Mercer Co., PA. [Revolutionary War soldier.]Their daughter, Mary, 10 March 1802, First white child b. in Jefferson Co., PA.

Samuel d. 29 October 1860.
Samuel CLARK;354; (SK).
Steubenville Land Office, 8-3-1804; S10 T12 R3 32 CB

Glenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Mercer Co., PA: Section B, Row 3. Mercer Co. Cemetery Inscriptions. V.11.
Mary (Custard) Clark d. 07 October 1863, Mercer Co., PA.

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