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Re: Tedrows and King Family of Somerset PA
Posted by: Beverly Przybylski (ID *****5511) Date: October 25, 2004 at 15:22:09
In Reply to: Re: Tedrows and King Family of Somerset PA by ROSALIE HARTINGER of 194

I had no idea that Michael TEDROW who married Aurilla RATHBURN was descended from this line until I read through the postings. How incrediable! I would love to be able to see details of this line from your book. A search of the Family History Library catalog reveals the following when I do a search "Cramer-King history: some descendants of Philip King, Sr. & Catherine ? and Adam Cramer, Sr. & Hannah Rambo of Somerset County, etc., Pennsylvania, 1710-2001" compiled by Ora L. Flannigam, Rosalie Hartinger, Mazie C. Emanuel. Is this the book you are referring to? I'll put it on my 'must see' list if it is the right one. These are the details of the line I am searching:
Michael K TEDROWN was born about 1828 in Ohio and married Aurilla RATHBURN (b about 1825 in Ohio) 23 Apr 1854 in Wayne Co, OH. The last census that I find Michael and Aurilla together is in 1870 in Monroe Co, IA. Neither can be located in 1880 or 1900, however I find Aurilla with her oldest son, Joseph R TEDROW (1855-1933), in the 1910 census in St Joseph, Buchanan Co, MO. Her other son, Harvey TEDROW (b 1858) was in Wayne Co, IA in the 1910 census. Im hoping to find details about Michael and his wife, Aurilla birth and death information.

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