Monthly Archives: March 2018

Mary Martha (Croasmun) Robinson

On this day, 27 March 1904, Mary Martha (Croasmun) Robinson, my spouse’s 3rd great-grandmother, passed away.

Mary Martha Croasmun was born on 22 February 1822, in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. She was the first-born child of Asa Croasmun and Mary McHenry.

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Maria Eva (Sell) Dill

On this day, 23 March 1813, Maria Eva (Sell) Dill passed away. She was my 7th great-grandmother.

Born on 14 August 1753, in Union Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, Maria Eva Sell was the daughter of Abraham Sell and Maria Johanna Zimmerman. She joined older half-brother Jacob Forney Sell (born to father Abraham and his first wife Charlotte Louisa Forney on 10 December 1742).

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Charles Godfrey Ardinger

On this day, 19 March 1891, Charles Godfrey Ardinger passed away. He was my 4th great-grandfather.

Charles Godfrey Ardinger was born on 28 March 1812, in Williamsport, Washington County, Maryland. He was the son of Johannes “John” Ardinger and Margaret Elizabeth Winterschmidt. He joined elder siblings James Ardinger (born 1806) and Mary Ann Ardinger (born 1809). Another brother, Christian Ardinger, had died in 1806 at the age of two.

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Seven Years & Still Going Strong

Thanks to Shannon Thomas and the folks at Geneabloggers for wishing me a Happy Blogiversary and featuring my blog on their website!

If you have never heard about Geneabloggers, I highly recommend you check them out.

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