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Re: Loders in New Jersey 1725 to Present
Posted by: Sheri Pegg Date: April 09, 2001 at 05:20:58
In Reply to: Re: Loders in New Jersey 1725 to Present by David Loder of 289

Hi David,

I have been researching a Loder family from Oxford, Sussex Co., NJ and I am wondering if it is the same one your message refers to. I also have Pettit in my family tree but I don't think I have any married to Loders! Here is what I have in a nutshell:

John Loder, b. abt 1725 in ENGLAND. Had two sons, William b. abt 1755 and James b. abt 1760. (William is my line)

William Loder married Sarah in about 1777 in Oxford Twp., Sussex Co., NJ and had 14 children. The children I have listed are: Sarah (my line--married Richard park and moved to Ontario). James, George, John, Samuel, Asa, ALexander, Levi L., William, Isaac, Rebekah, Anna, Catherine, and Benjamin.

I have a copy of Sarah Loder Park's will and she mentions Jonathan Pettit who was married to her daughter, Sarah Park.

It appears that William Loder's brother, James, died in 1792 and his children went to live with William and his wife. The children of James that I have listed are Job, Jane, Anna and Johanna.

Do you have any of these people in your database? If so, I would be very interested in conversing with you!

My e-mail address is slyp1008@aol.com or you can reply here and I will check back.

Thanks,
Sheri Pegg


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