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Felix & Elizabeth Lynn Huntingdon Co., PA
Posted by: kerlyn2001 (ID *****4252) Date: March 23, 2011 at 10:38:03
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Sorry to repost this old thread, but this is the same Felix I'm researching.
I tried to post a follow-up to the original thread, but it ended up buried
on page 5.

Janice Trumbell posted on 2002-02-27:
>>I am looking for information on Felix Lynn born 1778 and wife
>>Elizabeth Olewine born 1785. They were married 1/26/1806 in
>>Northampton Co., Pa. Felix and Elizabeth's children were:
>>
>>Sarah Ann b: 1825
>>David b: 1823
>>Mary b: 1838
>>Margaret b:
>>
>>Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.

UB replied on 2004-09-03:
>In 1838, Felix Lynn of Huntington County and Catharine, intermarried
>with William Rasmus, Mary intermarried with Thomas Frey, Caroline
>Lynn and Josiah Lynn all of the County of Columbia being children of
>George Felix Lynn late of the Township of Lower Saucon in the County
>of Northampton deceased of the first part and Philip Lynn of the same
>township sold and gave up their rights to four contiguous tracts.
>
>George Felix Lynn was married twice his first wife, Catharine Ohl,
>was the mother of Felix and Philip Lynn.

Can someone explain the term "intermarried" as it is used here?
Also, I don't see Elizabeth mentioned at all.

I am trying to trace the ancestor of Elijah Linn/Lynn, who is shown
living next to Felix Linn in the 1840 Hopewell, Huntingdon, PA census.
I believe this to be the same person listed as Fellix Lynn in the 1820
Upper Milford, Lehigh census, and as Frederick? Felix Lynn in the 1830
Hopewell, Huntingdon census. He is NOT the Felix listed in the 1820
Upper Saucon, Northampton census, and I think extant genealogies
are confusing the two men. They may have a common ancestor in
the Northampton/Bucks region.

Also, does anyone have a census (or any) reference for George Felix?

Thanks, -K-


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