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RE: Casper Wald - Oswald Wald, Montg. Co, PA 1790
Posted by: V.K. Jones Date: February 12, 2002 at 17:21:31
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I am hoping to locate other WALD family researchers with info to identify these family groups in Montgomery,Bucks or Lehigh Counties, Penna. and who may want to share further information. This family name varied to WALT and WALDT.

CASPER WALD is found in 1790 US Census of Montgomery Co., PA. Also see History of Lehigh County (1914) "Casper Walt at the beginning of the 19th century was a farmer on the Spinner Homestead, at Spinnerstown, Bucks County. He was a Lutheran and is buried at Sheetz Church, Spinnerstown. Children: Jacob, John, George, Samuel, Catharine, and Christiana, both died as "maiden ladies", and a daughter who married _________Snyder." Many children of Casper & Barbara Wald were baptised at Indianfield Lutheran, Franconia, Montg. Co., PA.

OSWALD WALD, married to Barbara Frederich, lived in Upper Salford Twp., Montgomery Co., PA and is buried at Indianfield Lutheran Cemetery. Oswald and Barbara have children Heinrich Wald/Waldt married to Anna Catherine Berndt; Oswald (3rd); Maria Salome (may be aka Roselva). Oswald & Barbara immigrated to Phila. on Ship Brittania 21 September 1731.

V.K. Jones

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