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Re: Solomon Zeluff ot Zeliff(e)
Posted by: Deborah Weiner (ID *****0049) Date: March 02, 2007 at 15:18:41
In Reply to: Re: Solomon Zeluff ot Zeliff(e) by Robert Hoadley of 88

Robert,
Yes, all of your research coincides with my own. I've found that many have confused the (2) Solomons over the years as they were actually cousins. "My" Solomon, who married Elizabeth Taler, was married in New Jersey, and migrated (I feel) into Pennsylvania with his young family prior to 1800. Solomon (Sr.) appears in the 1800 census for Northumberland County, PA. My Solomon also had a son, Solomon (Jr.), of whom I am descended from his daughter, Mary Zeliff. Mary and her husband, John Marshall, are both buried in Riverview Cemetery, Point Township, Northumberland County. I believe that Solomon died around 1827 (?) either in Tioga county, or back in Northumberland County, as property passed on to his son Peter about that time. I have census records and back-up on all of this, but am just responding to your inquest without actual data in front of me. I can retrieve more information and forward it on if you are interested in this line. Let me know.
Deborah


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