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Re: Michael Easterday (1775-1849)
Posted by: jan davis (ID *****7833) Date: March 03, 2006 at 19:22:24
In Reply to: Re: Michael Easterday (1775-1849) by Elizabeth Felts of 454

On the 1790 census for Frederick Co. Md there is a Michael.
Easterday is spelled Yesterday.
On the 1830 census for Washington Co. Md the is a Michael Easterday.
From Frederick Co. Md library. "Easterday Michael, b. Germany, to America with his brother(not named here) & settled near Jefferson Co. Md. He served during War of the Rev. as bodyguard of George Washington. After the war he settled near Jefferson & married. His first wife is not named here, but he m> 2d Miss Dagenhart. Their children: Conrad, Christian, Jacob of Washington Co. MD, Lawrence, Sammuel, Daniel, Tracy, M. G. F. Clinck, of Washington Co. MD, Sarah, m. Joshua A. Warrenfeltz, Lavinia, m. John Metz of Washington Co. MD. All are dec'd. except Jacob. After death of his first wife, Michael removed to a farm near Boonsboro,Washington Co. MD, where he died. He is buried in Shunk graveyard near Boonsboro.
Hope this helps.


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