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Re: Stephen Ullery, parents
Posted by: nick Date: July 24, 1998 at 09:01:09
In Reply to: Stephen Ullery, parents by Russ Pfeiffer of 376

Not to dispute your information/sources but I am reasonably certain of mine. Perhaps were are on diffeent families? My Stephen A. Ulery/Ullery(formerly Ulrich) of St.Joseph Co. IN., is burried in Fair Cememtery, St. Joseph Co., approx 3 miles North of Lapaz. IN and 2 miles West. The Fair Cemetery is populated primarily by a group of Brethren/Dunkards who were members of the Pine Crek /Church of the Brethren(1830's to present), NW of Lapaz; South of North Liberty,IN. and approx 20 miles South of South Bend, IN. I have Sarah's (Hildebrand) entire Indiana relations including her father Jacob(1796-1882) and mother Hannah Shively(1803-1885) burried in Fair. Also some of the Ulreys howerver most are burried farther North in the Ullrey Cemetery near Notre Dame, N.E. South Bend. My ggggrandmother as Stephen sister Lovina/Lavina(1817-1886). Other siblings were David, Susan who marrried John B. Price; Barbara who married Joseph Farneman. Joseph Sr. Ullery, Stephen A.'s father died St Joseph Co. 1867. Joseph's father is in question currently either Daniel/David or Stephen who were brothers. Their father awas Stephen Ulery/Ullery/Ulrich who died in Montogomery Co. Ohio but lived most of his life in Frederick County Maryland/Washington Co Md and Franklin Co. Pensylvania along the common boarder. Stephen's best riend was Jacob Stutzman. Jacob and Stephen lived adjacent to each other in several moves and their children married. There is a published Geneaology on the "Jacob Stutzman and decendents" which also traces most of the Ulrich's/Ulrey's/Ullrey's from the early 1700's up to the early 1900's. Family notes, graves, census data, and the wills of Jacob and Lovina Ullery and this genealogy all track. Nick


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