|Posted By:||Chris Smith|
|Subject:||Re: Covert of New Athens, Ohio?|
|Post Date:||September 12, 2006 at 23:03:16|
|Forum:||Covert Family Genealogy Forum|
The following was courtesy of Norma Custer on Kuster genforum http://genforum.com/kuster/messages/81.html which I'll (partly) reproduce here in order to finish this thread with documentation:
"Walpack Dutch Reformed Church, Batch Film No. 7310711, Serial Sheet No. 57. When she was married, 10 June 1777 in Walpack, NJ, they misspelled her name "Jannat Custard"!"
(Her husband:)"2. Brokaw Family Record, v.8-11:76, v.16-17:207,v.20:pt.1;80,v.20:pt.2;4,v.42:162.,Harrison Co., OH: Came 1802 Germany, Harrison Co., OH, Resided at Athens in Green Co., OH. Biography:"George Brokaw, born Somerset Co., NJ, lived there and in Sussex County, where, on Nov. 19, 1776, he enlisted in the Revolutionary War. (War Rec. No.R-1232.) In his Application for a pension, in 1832, Harrison Co., Ohio, he gave date of enlistment, et c....buried in the Crabapple church cem., and the old headstone which had become dilapidated and almost illegible, was replaced by a new marble headstone, by great-grandson, Groege Brokaw, of East Liverpool, Ohio, and others; later was marked with a D.A.R. Marker, in July 1955, by the Wheeling, W.Va. Chapter of D.A.R....""