Individual Notes

Note for:   Edward Swanson,   ABT 1775 - 1822         Index

Alias:   Edward Swanson /Sr./

Event:   
     Type:   Places of Residence
     Place:   Union County, Indiana

Event:   
     Type:   Places of Residence
     Date:   1820
     Place:   Fayette County, Indiana


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Note for:   Henry MYERS,   15 MAR 1756 - 1834         Index

Individual Note:
     Famous Henry Bedinger went to School with Henry. Henry later purchased land adjoining the Myers land. He built the old stone mill known as "Bedington Mill" which is still standing.
Sources:
Title: The Berkeley Journal, Smoketown & Greensburg, 1994
Note: 3 TEXT Pg. 104
Title: #24
Note:
1 TYPE Email Contact
1 CNTC Mary Ann Forrken

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Note for:   Warden Pope FLETCHER,   ABT 1810 - DEC 1890         Index

Alias:   /Pony/


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Note for:   Henry MYERS,   ABT 1784 -          Index

Alias:   Henry /MYERS/, Jr


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Note for:   Sarah MYERS,   BET 1790 AND 1793 - 13 AUG 1871         Index

Individual Note:
     Note:
Census:

1850 age 57
1860 age 68
1870 age 80

Tombstone age 81 (13 Aug 1871)

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Note for:   John MYERS,   BET 1780 AND 1790 - 20 FEB 1845         Index

Alias:   /Injun/

Occupation:   
     Place:   Mill Owner

Event:   
     Type:   Veteran
     Date:   1812
     Place:   War of 1812

Burial:   
     Date:   ABT 1847
     Place:   Cedar Point Cemetery, La Salle, Illinois


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Note for:   Dietrick MYERS,   BET 1700 AND 1725 - ABT 1792         Index

Individual Note:
     Sources:
Title: The Berkeley Journal, Smoketown & Greensburg, 1994
Note: 3 TEXT Pg. 103
Title: #21
Note:
1 TYPE Email Contact
1 CNTC Lori Gratham Bush

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Note for:   John Allen FRAZIER,   14 JUN 1814 - 20 DEC 1856         Index

Individual Note:
     John was killed by a falling tree while chopping wood.

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Note for:   George Myers,    - 12 MAY 1840         Index

Will:   
     Place:   N662

Individual Note:
     [georgemyer.FTW]

Last will and testament of George Myer late of Seneca County and the State of Ohio, deceased produced at as session of the Courtof the Common Pleas within and for the County of Seneca and theState of Ohio on the 12th day of May A.D 1840 and proven by the oaths of Abraham Anderson and Peter Bern two subscribing witnesses then to and to be recorded

spelled MAYER

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Note for:   Teter Myers,   16 MAR 1751 - 5 APR 1838         Index

Name Note: Source:    3 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1998

Birth Note: Source:    3 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1998

Death Note: Source:    3 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1998



Individual Notes

Note for:   John Myers,   1755 - 17 APR 1836         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Myers Cemetery - Opequon Creek, Berkeley Co, WV

Individual Note:
     [johnmyers.ged][johnmyers.ged]

1 NOTE From a paper "Myers Family of Berkeley Co, VA. prepared by Mr.Don C.. Wood of the Berkeley County Historical Society,Martinsburg, WV. I copied the paper at the Society in June of1993.

"John Myers (Son of Dietrick) born 1755, Berkeley Co, Va. (ThenFrederick Co., VA) died 17 April 1836, wife Mary, maiden nameunknown..

John Myers purchased his father's home plantation on the OpequonCreek 16 april 1792 (Deed Book 18, page 148). There he raisedhis family and died. He was laid to rest in the Myers family cemetery located on the home plantation near the Opequon Creek above a high bank a short distance east of the old Sprinkle mill barn.

Death record was copied in 1972 by Don C. Wood from histombstone. Cemetery is in very bad condition. Ground aroundcemetery is owned by Bethlehem Steel Corp. Cemetery wasreserved by one th the Sprinkle heirs. Wife Mary _____ Myers buried beside him born 1754, died 7 Aug 1839.

John Myers furnished supplies (Wheat) during the Rev. War andwas paid 20 March 1781. (Certificate #462 from Virginia State Library, Richmond, Va).

"John Myers owned much land on the Opequon Creek. The land is creek bottom and rich hill limestone land. John myers left awill, Will Book 12, page 54... John Myers with children owned1,300 acres in Berkeley Co, Va..."
NOTE: In the deed of 16 April 1792 John purchased his brother George's portion of their father Dietrick's land for the sum of 500 pounds paid to George and his wife Christina.