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Re: Mohn Family - Seneca County Ohio
Posted by: Joan Showalter Date: February 10, 2000 at 12:16:15
In Reply to: Mohn Family - Seneca County Ohio by Joni Eastley of 298

I have a copy of this too, she was wrong as far as when they came to this country. They came in 1733. It was probably a typeo. The rest seems to right. As far as I can remember with Daniel and Barbara Albright being the line. I have added this to mine as far as she had it. Its very interesting. She doesn't have any information where she got her information and all of it probably should be proven. There are many people doing this research and I have found a book in the Berks Co, Historical society on the Albrights which has some of this information in it. My suggestion is that you check with the LDS library near you and see if there is an Albright book on film. I was very interested in that family because my family was in Ohio and that they came to Ashland Co, Ohio by wagon. My father and grandfather were both born there but the family had been there since 1812/14 so they probably came there because other family members were already there. Joseph and Catherine Burkhart were married in Pa 12 Jan 1833, according to what I have. That needs to be checked. As far as I can see there is a lot of information around about Daniel and Barbara (Albright) Mohn and their children.


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