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Re: John Heater, English imm to US ca 1751
Posted by: Carolyn Heater Date: July 25, 2001 at 15:53:17
In Reply to: Re: John Heater, English imm to US ca 1751 by Shirley of 381

Hi Shirley,
I have no idea where you can get the book "Bonded Passengers to America". My Anthony was born in Pa. I know he lived in Coolbaugh, Monroe, Pa. I wrote to the Monroe County Historical Assn., and they sent me several things about him. He was born in 1828 and died 12 Mar 1884 in a railroad accident. He is buried in the Oakland Park Cemetery located behind the Mountainhome United Methodist Church in Monroe Co. He was married to Christine (no surname) and they had several children - one of who is Albert Heater, my husband's grandfather. I have a letter and genealogy on an Anthony Keter/Heater/Gieter that was born in 1768. His wife is unknown, but he had children. One of the grandchildren is listed as being Anthony born 1828 and married Christine. Five children are listed. These children do not show up on the 1880 census but four more do. I do not know if the Anthony born in 1768 is related to us. I am trying to find the missing link between him and our Anthony.
Back to "Bonded Passengers to America" - I have notes in my book stating John arrived in the New World in 1775 pg. 71. There is also a note to see "Heaton". Sentenced to transportation. Transported Sep 1755 ship "Tryal" Ships names 45/117 Passenger List TI 361/67 Assize Roll 195. The call information at the Family History Library here in Mesa, AZ is 973 W2C 1983. If you have a Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Family History Library in Denver, you might check there. There was also a James Heater that arrived in Virginia in 1741. He was sentenced to transportation. Came on the ship "Seahorse" The information on that is 973 W2C 1988. Hope this is some help to you.


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