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Re: Buchners in Canada
Posted by: Dolores Davidson (ID *****8163) Date: June 14, 2005 at 00:14:48
In Reply to: Re: Buchners in Canada by Diana Abel of 99

if you contact Sheryl GAST, she has a portrait of AMY OSTRANDER BUCHNER

look at the Buchner message boards at rootsweb too; there is a lot posted on this big family
be sure to get the whole link

James BUCHNER b 1800 died 1861
Wife Amy Ostrander 1803-1894
James the son of Henry Jr Buchner and Catherine Green(E)
Henry b 1770-1775 in New Jersey, Catherine died March 12, 1843
from R Robert Mutrie's book:
- The following appeared in the 'Christian Guardian' newspaper, June 8, 1842: 'Died. May 30th, on Lyon's Creek, in joyful hope of everlasting life, Capt Henry Buchner, Senior - a man universally revered and loved, an intimate friend of the late Rev George Neill's, and for half a century an honourable member of the Wesleyan Methodist Church.'
(Note: Rev Neill founded a Methodist Church in Ontario)
- After Henry died, Catherine went to Bayham Township to live with her daughter, Sarah Ostrander
- Henry was a farmer
- John Ostrander and family lived next door

Burial: Drummond Hill Cemetery, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
'Henry Buchner of Crowland Township, Welland County, Upper Canada: A Long Point Settlement Genealogy'; compiled by R. Robert Mutrie, December 2001; published by Log Cabin Publishing

Henry JR son of Henry / Heinrich BUCHNER 7-16-1733 Germany to NJ and Miss DELL
'Henry Buchner walked with his wife & 9 children all the way from NJ. USA. We believe none of the children were married at the time, and that all married in Canada, possibly the Fort Erie area.'

Names of the children: Annie, Elizabeth, Elsie, John, Martin, Mary, Catharine, Christopher & Margaret.
\Wife MISS DELL thought to be Anna Eva DELL Birth: ABT 1733 in Germany
Death: 1803 in Crowland Twp, Welland, Ont, Canada

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