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Stephen ALBAUGH I, PA
Posted by: Erma Day Date: April 07, 1999 at 08:04:04
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I am searching for information on Stephen ALBAUGH I. He was born in Frederick Co., MD ca 1764. In 1820 he resided in Allegheny twp., Huntingdon Co., PA. In 1839 he sold 150 acres on Sugar Run to Ezra HART. Neighbors mentioned were Aaron BAIN? BURNS?, Jacob BRUBAKER, and Peter STONER. This area became part of Blair Co., PA in 1846. Stephen is not on the 1846 tax list for Blair Co.

When did Stephen die? Where is he buried? Was his wife Juliet/Julia Ann ALBAUGH?
Children:
1. Solomon
2. unknown dau
3. Stephen II, m Nancy POTTORF
4. Jacob
5. Zachariah
6. John m Margaret (Rebecca) RIDENOUR
7. Daniel
8. Amos
9. Anna m Jacob BIGHAM
10. Catherine m Valentine GLUNT
11. Julia Ann m Jacob GLUNT
12. Susan
13. unknown daughter
Who were the two daughters so far unknown to me? The known children all went west to OH and IN. Stephen is said to have died in Juniata Co. Did the other daughters live there? Could it have been Juniata twp, Blair Co?
His brother David lived at Cross Key, also in Allegheny twp, and originated the Carson Valley Church of the Brethren.
Thank you very much for your help.
Erma Day

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