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Thank you for that great information!! I would like to add that there was one more son of Christian and Susanna Woodling - John Singer- he left Monroe county at some point and went to Luzerne County I believe. John Singer was born in 9/21/1807 and died 1888. He married Emma Jane Williams -born 1807 died 1893. They had John Singer, Daniel SInger, Samuel Singer, Elizabeth Singer, Anna Singer, Catherine Singer, William Singer.
The John Singer (son of John Singer- son of Christian) married Elizabeth Hughes 1858- 1893. They had John SInger 1877-1944-who married Emma Louise Mueller Bottom 1878-1975. And a daughter- Emmaly Jane Singer- who married Walter Drummond . The Drummonds had four children- Florence, elsie, Irene and Walter. John and Emma had- John Anson Singer (my grandfather) , Betty Singer, Susan Adeline SInger, and James Bottom Singer. John Singer (my grandfather) had John Anson Singer, James Robert Singer (my father) Carol Jean Singer. Betty Singer and James Bottom Singer also had children.
So the story goes on- in wrapping up- I would like to say that Christian Singer - his parents were John Christian Singer and Hannah Peters. John Christian's parents were Johannes and Anna Catrina (Catherine) Singer that came over on the St. Andrew 1734. So the lines of the John's continues with John SInger from Monroe county- that moved to Luzerne county Pa. Johannes>John Christian> Christian>John> John>John>John Anson >John Anson Jr. (his brother James Robert children and his son had grandchildren-and I am doing research for myself and will pass it on to those kids. I have a photo of my Uncle John with his father John and his father John- and my Great grandmother called it the "three JOhns" My grandfater John Anson used to look for his roots every chance he got- and I am continuing that search. Thanks- susan singer