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Lawrence Woolheater also spelled Woolheizer
Posted by: Penny Wager (ID *****8266) Date: February 24, 2005 at 10:28:30
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Lawrence Woolheater born in 1835 in Bedil, NY. Married Ella Smith Hungerford abt. 1864 in NY. their children were Augustus woolheater b. 1864 in NY, Lydia Woolheater Mar, 1889 she married Ervin or Irwing Wager, Harriet woolheater 1891, Sulie Woolheater she died shortly after birth her twin sister survived, she is Lulu Woolheater b.1895, and Phileatus Woolheater, they called him Leat.b. 1900.

Lawrence father was Daniel Woolheater born Sept. 1812, in Middletown Twp, Deleware County NY. He married Lydia Mead, their children are Arminda Woolheater, susanna Wool heater, Dorsana Woolheater, James Mead Woolheater, and Elizabeth Woolheater,

Daniels father was John Woolheaterb. 1780 in Germany, no information on his wife but the children are Issachar, Anna, Fredrick, Catherine, Daniel, Noah, eliff Alice, Sophia, Josiah, Mary, Henry Steele and Elizabeth born in Middletown NY,Delware County.

Johns father was John Woolhizer born in Germany 1739 married Susannah Robinson their children are Jacob 1769 in Germany, Frederick abt, 1772 Germany, John abt 1780 Germany, and Hannah 1789 in Middletown Delaware Co, NY any information on this family line is greatly appreciated, thank you
PennyWager
PennyWager@hotmail.com


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