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Early U.S. records, 1700's
Posted by: Penny (ID *****2348) Date: November 22, 2006 at 11:15:37
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The will of Anthony Hallman, dated 1755, of Philadelphia (now Montgomery) county PA, was witnessed by Jacob Fassbinder and Charles Corneilus Raboteau.

Church Death Records - Hunterdon NJ - from the Internet:

Jacob Fassbinder, buried Feb 1791 - Comment: "My own illness prevented me from attending the burial."

It seems this family was not without a sense of humor. I don't know if the Jacob of the 1755 will was the same person who died in New Jersey. Not an ancestor of mine, I just ran across the info while searching for Hallman info.




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