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Posted by: Ruth Czigan (ID *****2548) Date: May 01, 2003 at 21:45:10
In Reply to: ANDREW LUZADDER 1791 by RAY TATTERSON of 412

I suggest you get a copy of Abraham Luzader's will. According to my ABSTRACT the Abraham Luzader (who married Leah Hague/Hoge) does not list a son whose name is "Andrew J." in his will dated 13 December 1825. The only sons listed in his will are Isaac and John. [Guernsey Co. OH, Will Book A, pg 136]

However, Abraham's son Isaac (who married Deborah Lawyer) refers to a son named Andrew J. Luzadder in his will dated 30 January 1866 filed in Guernsey Co. OH, Will Book 2, page 83. Andrew J. Lewzader was enumerated with parents (Isaac and Deborah) and siblings in 1850 Guernsey Co. OH., Centre Twp, Census, page 176: "age 5y, b. OH."

More info on Andrew and Rebecca Davis Luzader

Monongalia Co. WV Marriage Record Book A, page 18 gives following information on parentage of Andrew's wife Rebecca:
13 Feb 1812 : Andrew Luzader married Rebecca Davis daughter of Able Davis

DAVIS FORUM, message 18548
Joseph Reed Williams is researching the Abel Davis line that includes Andrew Luzader and Rebecca Davis. Check out his message 18548. "I found Abel Davis in Monongalia Co. from c1795-1818. His family lived in the Grafton area of what is now Taylor Co. …Abel took his family to Champaign Co., OH c1820 and then to White Co. IN in 1835 some related VA surnames are: Luzader, Deaver, Mason, Ware, Newland…"

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