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Re: Balzer Tarter - where buried
Posted by: Janet Powers Maune (ID *****9070) Date: November 30, 2003 at 04:23:16
In Reply to: Balzer Tarter - where buried by Cheryl Kerr of 527

Mary B Kegley Early Adventurers On the Western Waters Vol 3, part 1 page 173

"Wythe County Deed Book 1
page 312, October 8, 1795, Palser Tarter and Magdalena to George Wampler, Senr., 165 acres on South Fork of Reed Creek, branch of New River, corner to Robert Cowden and John Wilson's line. "

Peter Kinder, Robert Cowden, George Wampler. and John Copenhaver have been "plotted" just North east of Rural Retreat VA by F. B. Kegley and Mary B. Kegley.

Kegley page 207 Same book
Wythe County Will Book One

Darter (Tarter), Balzer, will written February 17, 1800, probated March 11, 1800 )pp 149-150) mentions wife Magdalen (Magdalena), three youngest sons Frederick, Christian and Daniel the youngest, other sons not mentioned by name; daughters Margaret, Catharine, brother Nannikel ( Hannuikel); {Some have interpreted this name as Nicholas}
executors, wife and John Stanger.

Sorry, don't know where he is buried.....

Jan


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