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Re: Martin Dasher, Switzerland/GA
Posted by: Wayne Gupton Date: October 12, 2000 at 00:23:17
In Reply to: Re: Martin Dasher, Switzerland/GA by Berkley Ivey of 202

There may be too many Martin Dasher's for me to keep up with, but unless John Martin and Elizabeth Florl also had a son-in-law named Daniel Burgstiner, Martin Dasher was the Innkeeper. Is it possible that both Martin and his son John Martin Dasher were Innkeepers? The following entries are in the
       P. 21       Rec. 8 Nov. 1799 - Deed of Gift dated 21 March, 1775, bet. MARTIN DASHER, Innkeeper in Saint Matthew’s Parish to son-in-law DANIEL BURGSTINER, shoemaker of same, my daughter MARY BURGSTINER and granddaughter SOLOME BURGSTINER, all that plantation in St. Matthew’s Parish bounded by vacant land, granted unto me by his present Majesty KING GEORGE the third on 6 Oct. 1772.
                      SIGNED; MARTIN DASHER       

25 April 1775 - JACOB CRONBERGER made oath that the within ( above ) handwriting signed by MARTIN DASHER is signed by him and witnessed by JENKIN DAVIS.
              WIT: JACOB C. WALDHAUER, Justice

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