Posts Tagged With: Pennsylvania

Asa Croasmun

On this day, 19 February 1864, Asa Croasmun (my spouse’s 4th great-grandfather) passed away.

Born on 15 October 1794, in either Massachusetts or in Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire, Asa Croasmun was the son of Asa Croasmun and Patience Oliver.

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Johan Georg Herwig

On this day, 2 December 1868, Johan Georg Herwig, my spouse’s 3rd great-grandfather, passed away.

Born on 17 May 1812, in Hesse-Kassel, Germany, nothing is known of Johan Georg Herwig’s childhood, including his parentage.

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William L. Goss

On this day, 7 November 1920, William L. Goss, my spouse’s 3rd great-grandfather, passed away in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

William L. Goss was born on 13 October 1837, in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania to parents, John B. Goss and Rachel Smith, who were married in 1824, in Osceola, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. William joined siblings Abraham John (born 23 June 1823), Amos E. (born 11 January 1827), and Rachel (born 2 July 1833).

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Robert Stott

On 4 November 1901, Robert Stott, my spouse’s 3rd great-grandfather, passed away.

Born on 14 March 1833, in Oldham Parish, Lancashire, England, Robert Stott was the son of Matthew and Betty Stott.

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Peter Schlosser, Jr.

On this day, 23 October 1804, Peter Schlosser, Jr. passed away. He was my 6th great-grandfather.

Circa 1736, Peter Schlosser, Jr. was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He was the first-born child of Peter Schlosser and Maria Margaretha Waeschenbach, both who had emigrated from Germany.

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