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Re: George Lemley/Catherine Yoho
Posted by: Hugh Yoho (ID *****6849) Date: July 03, 2003 at 18:14:23
In Reply to: George Lemley/Catherine Yoho by Karen Nahoun of 361

Karen: Here is some info regarding George Lemley that I have in my files.

George Lemley
Some of the data on the George Lemley family supplied by Mrs. Sue Heintzman.

George Lemley was a pioneer settler in Greene Co. Pa, locating on Lemley's Plain along Whitley Creek in 1784 at his "Shiver-de-Frise" plantation along Dunkard Creek, just north of the Mason Dixon Line, in 1794. He married Catherine Yoho and many of their descendents moved south to become prominent citizens in Monongalia County. (Source: The Monogalia Story by Earl L. Core, Chapter 93: 1869, p. 623 - (after A.J.W. Headlee) - furnished by Bill L. Yoho)

The George Lemley family later lived in Belmont co. Ohio.

The history of the Lemley family has been recorded in "George Lemley and wife Catherine Yoho and their descendents for two Centuries" by Alva John Washington Headlee, 1975. (Note: this document can be found at the Library of Congress)

As you can see, I can offer no info on the ancestors of George Lemley, but have many of his descendents, as you probably also have.
Regards, Hugh Yoho

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