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Re: Covert of New Athens, Ohio?
Posted by: Chris Smith (ID *****8034) Date: September 12, 2006 at 23:03:16
In Reply to: Re: Covert of New Athens, Ohio? by Christopher Smith of 1151

The following was courtesy of Norma Custer on Kuster genforum 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....""

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