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Posted by: Gloria Weiss (ID *****7730) Date: February 14, 2003 at 05:21:52
In Reply to: THIRD:CUTSHALL PA CENSUS INDEX 1800-1860 by Robert D. King of 347

The Samuel Cutshall in the 1830 census for Bedford County, Hopewell Township, PA. is my line. The last name later became Scutchall. Samuel was born about 1774 in Maryland & married June 03, 1806 in Washington Co. Maryland, Nancy Combs born about 1784 in Maryland. Shortly after their marriage they moved to Belfast Twp.PA where their first born, Conrad Cutshall/Scutchall was born about 1807 & they are found living in Belfast 1810 & 1820 with the last name spelled as Cutshall. Conrad married August 26, 1838 Bedford Co. PA. Elizabeth Ford & lived in Broadtop Twp., Bedford Co. PA.

Samuel is shown as owning real estate valued at $500 which was first filed in Belfast Twp., Fulton Co. PA. In the 1850 census Samuel & Nancy are living in Liberty Twp., Bedford Co. PA.

Samuel & Nancy could of had 10 children. I think 2 of them, besides my Conrad, could have been William b. abt 1825 who married Mary or Rebecca & are living in Blair Co. PA. & George W. b. abt 1829 married Catharine Carmichael & are found in Cambria Co. PA.

If anyone has anymore info on my family, please let me know.
Gloria Weiss

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