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Posted by: Stan Arney (ID *****3978) Date: March 03, 2012 at 06:16:50
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The family surname ARNEY, which evolved into different spellings: EARNEY, ERNEY, ERNY, ARNEY, ARNY (and possibly others)

Jacob Arney (????-1782)
Wife1: Anna Ursula Kron
Wife2: Elizabeth (surname/maiden name, unconfirmed)

Children born in York (aka Yorktown), York County, PA
Christian "Christy" Arney, Sr. (1750-1834)
Adam "Lawrence" Arney (1751-1802)
Johann Heinrich "Henry" Arney, Sr. (1755-1830)
Anna Elisabeth Arney (Setzer/Setser) (1761-1849)

Looking for information, on this family, in this area.

Lancaster County, PA, was formed in 1729.
York County, PA, was formed in 1749.

This family left the area, of PA, around 1767, moving to the area of Tryon County, NC, where Jacob Arney died in 1784, and Christian "Christy" Arney, Sr. in 1834.

Thank you, for your time, consideration, and cooperation, I truly appreciate it.

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