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Re: Rev. Johann Friedrich Ernst (1748-1805), PA, NJ, NY
Posted by: Sada Buck (ID *****5107) Date: January 07, 2005 at 17:24:17
In Reply to: Rev. Johann Friedrich Ernst (1748-1805), PA, NJ, NY by Mary Redline of 998

Justa Maria Ernst was born Feb. 2, 1794 and died Nov. 28, 1832 and is burried in the Charles Evans Cemetary in Reading, Pa.. "She was the youngest daughter and well beloved child of the Rev. John Frederic Ernst, himself a noble specimen of a Lutheran preacher, who came from Strasburg, Germany, to this country in his youth and for a time had charge of a church in Cooperstown, NY...."(exerpt from a letter written by her daughter, Emma Gale Buck Carver). Justa Maria married Amos Buck of Haverhill and Bucksport, Maine, a descendant of Johnathan Buck, founder of Bucksport--Sept. 18, 1822 in Lebanon, Pa.---he was engaged in canal transportation business in Reading. Five years after her death he went South and settled in Russelville, Ala. where he died November 8,1841. They were the parents of five children Joseph Ernst Buck, Mary Eliza'th Buck, Emma Gale Buck, William Amos Buck and Ernst Holt Buck...from the "Genealogy of The Buck Family" by Elizabeth S. Richards, published 1913, Eagle Book and Job Press, Reading, PA. I have more information about the Buck family but would like to know more about this family and would like to obtain a copy of the book about Rev. Ernst when it is printed.

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