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Re: HEATER IN WEST VIRGINIA
Posted by: Debbie Herrman Date: June 17, 2000 at 08:48:29
In Reply to: Re: HEATER IN WEST VIRGINIA by K.L. Lavender of 381

I have no info on Peter but somewere
I have info on a Solomen Heater

at the top of the page of my information
it lists the source as
Ref. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers.
History of Frederick county.

Solomen Heater came from Louden Cty
in 1845 and purchased "Cedar Grove"
near Middletown he then married Caroline
daughter of Dr. Henry Winder of Penn
They had 3 sons
John P member of the 7th calvalry wounded at Patterson Creek and died there Jan 5 1864
Henry also of the 7th calvary was captured and died in prison at Fort Delawarea in 1865
Charles W who lives south fo Middletown in on the handsomest homes in the Valley he has been president of the state board of agriculture for several years .
their mother was a remarkable bussines
women she lived to be 80
Charles had 1 son also named Charles
who never married
Belleview now the home of Dr Samual
McCuane was once part of the Belle
Grove tract Solomen Heater sold it to
its present owner in 1867. General Custers celebrated division of cavalry
camped on this farm in the fall of 1864

Debbie


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