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Susannah Overholt (1803-1885)
Posted by: Karen Rose Overholt Critchfield Date: March 22, 2000 at 21:47:44
In Reply to: Susannah Overholt`s Father by Robert A. Shupe of 358

Usine the A. J. Fretz material, suing his Roman numerals, and citing the page where I found the data:

(p. 1) I. Martin Oberholtzer (1709-1744)
+ m. (1736) Agnes Kolb (1713-1786)
(5 children) Barbara, HENRY, Maria, John, Martin.

(p. 63) II. Henry Oberholtzer/"Overhold" (1739-1813)
+ m. (1765) Anna Beitler (1745-1835)
(12 children) Agnes, Maria, Jacob, Annie,
MARTIN, Barbara, Elizabeth, Henry, Sarah,
Abraham, Christian, Susanna.

(p. 85) III. Martin Overholt (1772-1835)
+ m. (----) Catharine Overholt (1781-1866)
(7 children) SUSANNA, Esther, Anne, Abraham,
Henry, John, Martin.

(p. 86) IV. Susanna Overholt (1803-1885)
+ m. (1823) Henry Shupe (1799 ----)
(5 children) John, Catharine, Jacob, Samuel,
Anna.

RE: III. Martin Overholt: ". . . .b in Bedminster Twp, Bucks Co, Pa, Nov 1772; d in Sangamon, (now Logan) Co, Ill, June 18, 1835; m Catharine Overholt, daughter of Abraham Overholt of Bucks Co, Pa. She was b in Plumstead Twp, Bucks Co, Pa, Nov 1, 1781; d in Westm'd Co, Pa, Dec 21, 1866. Farmer, Weaver; Menns."


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