Ancestors of Marc Linthacum (Living) Marker



First Generation




1. Marc Linthacum (Living) Marker, son of Clifford Harry Marker and Voris Linthacum, was born 19 Jul 1941 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.

Noted events in his life were:

• Biography: 1
Marker, Marc Linthacum. Lawyer: b. July 19, 1941, Los Angeles, CA: s. Clifford Harry and Voris Linthacum Marker. En Harvard School, AB, UC Riverside, 1965, JD, USC 1967, m Sandra Yocom, August 28, 1965: chil: Victor, b. 1970; Gwendolyn b. 1974. Career: Lawyer, private practice 1992; asst v.p., asst v.p. secty., Security Pacific Nat'l Bank, Los Angeles, 1970-72, Chief Counsel Security Pacific Leasing Corp., San Francisco, 1973-1992., and secty 1980-1992. pres., secty, counsel, Security Pacific Leasing Services Corp. 1977-1992. mem Amer. Assn. of Equipment Lessors Lawyers Com. 1977-1981. Comml Law Instr., Amer Inst of Banking 1971-72. dir. Refiner's Petroleum Corp. pvt oil and gas drilling co. 1971-81. dir & secy, Voris Inc., pvt co. 1973-. Mem Univ Club of Los Angeles, Presentation: Practicing Law Ins, Amer Assn of Equip Lessors 1976--, Mil Cmdr USCGR 1966-1980, Republican, Lutheran: Rec. Scuba Diving, Mountaineering.

• Birth Record: 19 Jul 1941, Los Angeles, CA. 2
Name: Marc Linthacum Marker
Birth Date: 19 Jul 1941
Gender: Male
Mother's Maiden Name: Linthacum
Birth County: Los Angeles

• He was employed. retired

Marc married Sandra (nmi) (Living) Yocom, daughter of John Francis Yocom and Beverly Jane Carpenter, 28 Aug 1965 in Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA.

Second Generation (Parents)





2. Clifford Harry Marker,3 4 5 son of Denny C. Marker and Nancy Maude Clifford, was born 3 Apr 1899 in Ligonier, Westmoreland, PA 5 and died 15 Nov 1986 in Corte Madera, Marin, CA at age 87.

Noted events in his life were:

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ID: I03808 Name: Clifford H Marker \super 1\nosupersub Sex: M Birth: 3 MAY 1894 in Westmoreland Co., PA \super 1\nosupersub Death: JUN 1975 in CA \super 1\nosupersub

Father: Denny C. Marker b: 30 SEP 1867 in Westmoreland Co., PA
Mother: Maude C. NMN Marker b: 10 AUG 1873

Marriage 1 Voris NMN Marker b: 20 SEP 1908
Children
Living Marker

Marriage 2 Beryl Johnston Shuler
Married: JAN 1924 in Westmoreland Co., PA \super 1\nosupersub
·Children
Living Marker
Living Marker

Sources:

Title: marker.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: Oct 29, 1999

• Alt Birth: 3 May 1894, Westmoreland, PA. 5

• Alt Death: Jun 1975, California. 5

• Social Security Death Index: 15 Nov 1986. 6
Name: MARKER, CLIFFORD H
Social Security #: 555205017
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 3 Apr 1899
Birthplace: OTHER COUNTRY
Death Date: 15 Nov 1986
Death Place: MARIN
Mother's Maiden Name: CLIFFORD
Father's Surname:

Clifford married Voris Linthacum 4 5 25 Nov 1937 in Kalispell, Flathead, MT.4

Clifford next married Private

3. Voris Linthacum,3 4 5 daughter of Charles Edwin Linthacum and Rose Mae Cunning, was born 20 Sep 1908 in Baker, OR 5 and died 22 May 1973 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA 5 at age 64.

General Notes: Alt Death: 28 May 1973 , Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California
Alt Death: 22 May 1973 , Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California

Noted events in her life were:

• Death Record: 22 May 1973, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 7
Name: MARKER, VORIS L
Social Security #: 550407332
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 20 Sep 1908
Birthplace: OREGON
Death Date: 22 May 1973
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: Father's Surname:

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ID:
I051 Name: Living MARKER Sex: M

Father: Clifford H. MARKER b: 3 APR 1899 in Ligonier, Penn
Mother: Voris LINTHACUM b: 20 SEP 1908 in Baker, Origan

Marriage 1 Living YOCUM
Children
Living MARKER
Living MARKER

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ID:
I051 Name: Living MARKER Sex: M

Father: Clifford H. MARKER b: 3 APR 1899 in Ligonier, Penn
Mother: Voris LINTHACUM b: 20 SEP 1908 in Baker, Origan

Marriage 1 Living YOCUM
Children
Living MARKER
Living MARKER

Voris married Clifford Harry Marker 4 5 25 Nov 1937 in Kalispell, Flathead, MT.4

Third Generation (Grandparents)



4. Denny C. Marker,3 5 8 son of Harry R. Marker and Anna Denny, was born 30 Sep 1867 in Westmoreland, PA 5 and died 13 Dec 1930 in Ligonier Valley Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 63.

Denny married Nancy Maude Clifford.5

5. Nancy Maude Clifford,3 5 8 daughter of Abraham Beachley Clifford and Margaret Catherine Best, was born 10 Aug 1873 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA 5 and died 4 Mar 1960 in Ligonier Valley Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 86.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt Birth: 10 Oct 1873, Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA.

Nancy married Denny C. Marker.5

6. Charles Edwin Linthacum,4 son of John Linthacum and Mary K. Bondurant, was born 10 Mar 1871 in Bethany, Harrison, MO, died 19 Jul 1941 in Kalispell, Flathead, MT at age 70, and was buried in Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, , , MT.

Charles married Rose Mae Cunning 4 19 Dec 1894 in Bethany, Harrison, MO.4

7. Rose Mae Cunning,4 daughter of Thomas J. Cunning and Mary A. Kinsey, was born 25 May 1876 in Mount Moriah, Harrison, MO and died 23 Mar 1954 in Kalispell, Flathead, MT at age 77.

Rose married Charles Edwin Linthacum 4 19 Dec 1894 in Bethany, Harrison, MO.4

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandparents)



8. Harry R. Marker,3 5 son of Henry Marker and Maria Margaretha "Mary" Ambrose, was born 4 Jan 1824 in Westmoreland, PA 5 and died 19 May 1900 in Ligonier Valley Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 76.

Harry married Anna Denny 5 4 Sep 1860.5

Harry next married Rebecca Brant,5 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, about 1876.5

9. Anna Denny,3 5 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1825.

Anna married Harry R. Marker 5 4 Sep 1860.5

10. Abraham Beachley Clifford,8 son of Edward Clifford and Catherine Myers, was born 7 Oct 1841 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA, died 20 Feb 1932 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA at age 90, and was buried in Ligonier Valley Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA.

Abraham married Margaret Catherine Best 27 Oct 1868 in Pennsylvania.

11. Margaret Catherine Best,8 9 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 27 Mar 1844 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA, died 24 Nov 1889 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA at age 45, and was buried in Valley Cemetery, Ligonier, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Margaret married Abraham Beachley Clifford 27 Oct 1868 in Pennsylvania.

12. John Linthacum,4 son of Thomas Linthacum Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Crews, was born 2 Aug 1847 in Wayne, IL and died in Ravenwood, Nodaway, MO.

John married Mary K. Bondurant 4 in 1868 in Missouri.4

John next married Sarah ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, est 1868.

13. Mary K. Bondurant,4 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1850 in Indiana.

Mary married John Linthacum 4 in 1868 in Missouri.4

14. Thomas J. Cunning, son of Edward Cunning and Jane G. Officer, was born in 1840 in Ohio, died in 1915 at age 75, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.

Noted events in his life were:

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ID: I18977
Name: Thomas J. Cunning
Sex: M
Military Service: Civil War - 4 years 1

Father: Edward Cunning b: 1 APR 1804 in Maryland
Mother: Jane Officer b: 1803

Marriage 1 Mary A. Kinsey
Married: 12 OCT 1865 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio

Sources:
Title: History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio
Page: 970

• He served in the military. 10
Name: Thomas J. Cunning
Company: K
Unit: 24 Ohio Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Musician
Rank - Discharge: Private
Allegiance: Union

• 1880 Census: 15 Jun 1880, District 299, Fox Creek, Harrison, Missouri. 11
167/167
Cunning, Thomas J.WM 40 ---- mdMillerOhio Penn Penn
-----, MaryWF 32 wife mdKeeping house Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland
-----, EnolaWF 14 dau singleOH PA Switzerland
-----, Thomas O.WM 12 son singleOH PA Switzerland
-----, Alton H.WM 8 son singleOH PA Switzerland
-----, DelbertWM 6 son singleOH PA Switzerland
-----, Rosy M.WF 4 dau singleOH PA Switzerland

• Military Pension: 12Name: Thomas J. Cunning
State Filed: Missouri and Califoria
Widow: Agnes M. Cunning

• He was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA in 1915. http://www.suvcwdb.org/home/
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Gravesite registration
Name: Thomas J. Cunning
Death: 3 --- 1915
Union Army
24 Infantry, Company K.

Cemetery: Los Angeles National (Sawtelle)
Cemetery Street: 950 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
City: Los Angeles
County: Los Angeles
State: California

Very little information in this registration. -- cy

Thomas married Mary A. Kinsey 12 Oct 1865 in Tuscarawas, OH.

15. Mary A. Kinsey, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in 1848 in Switzerland.

Mary married Thomas J. Cunning 12 Oct 1865 in Tuscarawas, OH.

Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandparents)



16. Henry Marker,3 5 son of Mathias Marker and Margaretta Gunderman\Countryman, was born 20 Oct 1779 in Antietam, Washington, MD 5 and died 9 Feb 1844 in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 64.

General Notes: [marker.FTW]

Information also from Janice Rager jragar@murlin.com,

Henry married Maria Margaretha "Mary" Ambrose 5 in 1809.5

17. Maria Margaretha "Mary" Ambrose,3 5 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 18 Nov 1788 in Westmoreland, PA 5 and died 5 Jul 1872 in Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 83.

Maria married Henry Marker 5 in 1809.5

20. Edward Clifford,8 son of Joseph Clifford and Isabella Pricket, was born 27 Jul 1807 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA and died 2 Jun 1886 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA at age 78.

Edward married Catherine Myers 24 Mar 1831 in Pennsylvania.

Marriage Notes: Reference:

21. Catherine Myers,8 daughter of Christopher Myers and Barbara ____________, was born 29 Mar 1808 in Stahlstown, Westmoreland, PA and died 8 Jun 1878 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA at age 70.

Catherine married Edward Clifford 24 Mar 1831 in Pennsylvania.

24. Thomas Linthacum Jr.,4 13 son of Thomas Linthacum and Parmelia Wood, was born 22 Feb 1820 in Bullitt, Kentucky, died 7 Dec 1901 in Sherman, Harrison, MO at age 81, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Sherman, Harrison, Missouri.

Noted events in his life were:

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ID: I556462993
Name: Mary Elizabeth CREWS
Given Name: Mary Elizabeth
Surname: Crews
Sex: F
Birth: 13 Oct 1826 in IL/KY \super 1\nosupersub
Death: 1 Mar 1906 in Sherman, Harrison, MO \super 1\nosupersub

Note:
Custom Field: Fairview Cem., Harrison, MO@S003018@Tree #0858Date of Import: Jun 11, 1998
REFN: 23
[Brψderbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #0858, Date of Import: Jun 11, 1998]


Blythedale, Jan 16.
Left Fairfield on May 4, 1855. First went to Kansas, but as they were having some trouble there at that time, we decided to return to MO. We reached Harrison County on Jul 7, __5. We settled on a farm east of Bethany, where we lived for twenty __e years. We then moved to Blythedale, where we have lived since. We have but one child living. She is married and doing well on a farm 3.5 miles south of here. Thomas Linthacum is dead. His widow lives with their youngest son, __y, on their old home place. They have one child in Nebraska, one in __a, and 1 in Colorado. __nata Linthacum and wife live in Bethany now. They have no children.

Source: WCP [Wayne County Press], Pt 2, Feb 4, 1904. A
xerox copy sent to me 10/18/94 by Betty Beeson. Obit in The Bethany Republican Supplement, March 8, 1906:
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Linthacum died at the home of her son, Wm Linthacum, in Sherman township March 1, 1906, aged 79 years, 4 months, and 18 days. Her maiden name was Mary Elizabeth Crews, and she was married to Thomas Linthacum Dec 24, 1845. To this union 10 children were born, 6 of whom are now living. Mrs. Linthacum had been a devoted member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church for years, and was a most excellent lady, whose death is keenly felt by many friends. Funeral services were conducted last Friday by Rev. A.N. Cave at Fairview.


Father: William CREWS b: 24 Sep 1804 in Cocke, TN
Mother: Catherine H. SHAW b: 1809 in KY/TN

Marriage 1 Thomas LINTHACUM b: 22 Feb 1820 in Bullitt, KY
Married: 24 Dec 1845 \super 1\nosupersub
··Children
Ida B LINTHACUM b: 8 Sep 1861 in Sherman, Harrison, MO

Sources:

Author: Brψderbund Software, Inc.
Title: World Family Tree Vol. 6, Ed. 1
Publication: Release date: August 22, 1996
Note:
Customer pedigree.
Repository:

Page: Tree #0858

Thomas married Mary Elizabeth Crews 4 24 Dec 1845.4

25. Mary Elizabeth Crews,4 13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 13 Oct 1826 in Illinois and died 1 Mar 1906 in Sherman, Harrison, MO at age 79.

Mary married Thomas Linthacum Jr. 4 24 Dec 1845.4

28. Edward Cunning, son of Barnabas Cunning and Susan McGloughlin, was born 1 Apr 1804 in Maryland, died 9 Feb 1883 in Tuscarawas, OH at age 78, and was buried in St. James Lutheran Cemetery, , Tuscarawas, Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

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ID: I18973
Name: Edward Cunning
Sex: M
Birth: 1 APR 1804 in Maryland 1
Death: 9 FEB 1883 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio
Religion: Methodist Church 1
Occupation: Carpenter 1
Event: Politics Republican 1
Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery WA101, Tuscarawas County, Ohio 2
Note: Came to Ohio 1812.

Father: Barnabas Cunning b: in Ireland
Mother: Susan McGloughlin b: in Ireland

Marriage 1 Jane Officer b: 1803
Married: 23 APR 1829 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio 3

Children
John D. Cunning b: 4 FEB 1830 in Tuscarawas County, Auburn Township, Ohio
Thomas J. Cunning
William E. Cunning
Alfred Cunning

Edward married Jane G. Officer 23 Apr 1829 in Tuscarawas, OH.

29. Jane G. Officer, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in 1803 in Ohio, died in 1880 in Tuscarawas, OH at age 77, and was buried in St. James Lutheran Cemetery, , Tuscarawas, Ohio.

Noted events in her life were:

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ID: I18974
Name: Jane Officer
Sex: F
Birth: 1803 1
Death: 1880 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio 1
Religion: Methodist church 2
Burial: St. James Lutheran Cemetery WA101, Tuscarawas County, Ohio 1

Marriage 1 Edward Cunning b: 1 APR 1804 in Maryland
Married: 23 APR 1829 in Tuscarawas County, Ohio 3
Children
John D. Cunning b: 4 FEB 1830 in Tuscarawas County, Auburn Township, Ohio
Thomas J. Cunning
William E. Cunning
Alfred Cunning

• Researcher: Rootsweb.com/James D. Officer. The Officer & Piper Family
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ID: I849
Name: David OFFICER
Given Name: David
Surname: OFFICER 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1761 in West Fallowfield, Chester Co., PA [1767][29 Jun 1768] 2 3 1 4
Death: 1846 in OH 2 1
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003 at 19:23

Note:
Compiled by Susan Penrod, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA MARRIAGES; 1761-1817; Southwest PA Genealogical Services, 1983; p. 28, item 875; Also recorded in HISTORY: PENNSYLVANIA VITAL RECORDS, 3 Vols.; 1700-1800; Pennsylvania Historical Society; Vol. 1, Cumberland County Marriages, 1761-1800; Coe Library, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
PROBATE: OHIO WILL INDEX TO 1850; NOTE: Estate, -RJ (Tuscarora?) ad p. 278 CHILDREN; Kenneth A. Unico, FAMILY HISTORY: LEST WE FORGET-.A FAMILY HISTORY; 1720-1800; privately published; LDS Film #1 035658, item 2.Unico says David had nine children. These nine were all married in OH in the appropriate time period to be David's children. CENSUS-RESIDENCES: AIS, Search 2 & 3: lists David in Salt Creek Twp., Wayne Co. In 1830, he appears in Salt Creek Twp., Holmes Co. Holmes Co. was created out of Wayne Co. in 1824.

CHILDREN: Do not know which children are by which wife, nor the name of the second wife.

RESIDENCES: Wallace Officer says he left Chester Co. after the 1790 Census and moved to Cumberland Co. where he appears as member of the Big Springs Presbyterian Church in 1792. Moved on to Washington Co., PA in 1797 and joined his cousin James, son of Alexander, who had moved there in 1794. These Washington Co. Officers are the source of the family name in western PA and OH.

CONFLICT-. Sarah Eckels says: "My great- grandfather Officers name was Alexander. He had two sons, John (my paternal Grandfather) and James. He (Great-Grandfather) had two brothers, Thomas and William. Thomas had three sons, two of whom settled in Washington Co., PA and the other in Kentucky. All had large families. William Officer had no children."

COMMENT: Wallace Officer is descended from William Officer and therefore, obviously, this information is incorrect. She is probably referring to Robert OFFICER who had no male children., &
!BIRTH: per IGI v. 4.01, David Officer, b. 1761, of Chester PA, f. Thomas Officer, m. Jane Mayes, batch F846443, sh 19, source 1395758 submittal.
!MARRIAGE 1: per LDS IGI, v 4.01, Submittal, David Officer, m. Elizabeth Walker, 31 Oct 1793, Cumberland, PA, batch 8704903,sh 20, source 1396310, submittal.
!MARRIAGE 2: LDS IGI v 4.01, Extraction, David Officer, m. Mary Rineheart, 1 Jan 1822, Wayne Co, OH, batch M514201, source film 425753, Wayne co OH marriage records.

Also, Compiled by Susan Penrod, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA MARRIAGES; 1761-1817; Southwest PA Genealogical Services, 1983; p. 28, item 875; Also recorded in HISTORY: PENNSYLVANIA VITAL RECORDS, 3 vols.; 1700-1800; Pennsylvania Historical Society; Vol. 1, Cumberland County Marriages, 1761-1800; Coe Library, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

!PROBATE: OHIO WILL INDEX TO 1850; NOTE: Estate, TU (Tuscarora?) ad p. 278 CHILDREN; Kenneth A. Unico,
!FAMILY HISTORY: LEST WE FORGET: A FAMILY HISTORY; 1720-1800;
privately published;; LDS Film #1035658, item 2. Also, Letter from
Wallace OFFICER, 22 Jan 1994
FAMILY_HISTORY: Journal of SARAH ANN PROCTOR ECKELS; 1750-1900; original owned by Mrs. George BILLEDEAUX, 58153 Wehiwa Place, Haleiwa, HI 96712, the gggrandaughter of Sarah Eckels; pp. 2-3.
!CHILDREN: Unico says David had nine children. These nine were all married in OH in the appropriate time period to be David's children.
!CENSUS-RESIDENCES: AIS, Search 2 & 3: lists David in Salt Creek Twp., Wayne Co. In 1830, he appears in Salt Creek Twp., Holmes Co. Holmes Co. was created out of Wayne Co. in 1824.
- 1820: Wayne Co, OH, Salt Creek Twp, p 165, David Officer, 3m under 10,
1m 10-15, 1m 46 up, 2f under 10, 2f 10-15.
- 1830: Holmes Co, OH, Salt Creek Twp, p 307, David Officer, 1m 10-15,
1m 15-20, 1m 60-70, 1f 10-15, 1f 50-60.

!CONFLICT: Sarah Eckels says: "My great-grandfather Officer's name was Alexander. He had two sons, John (my paternal Grandfather) and James. He (Great-Grandfather) had two brothers, Thomas and William. Thomas had three sons, two of whom settled in Washington Co., PA and the other in Kentucky. All had large families. William Officer had no children."

!COMMENT: Wallace Officer is descended from William Officer and therefore, obviously, this information is incorrect. She is probably referring to Robert OFFICER who had no male children.

Note: !INFO: b 1767 & d 1846 per Bill Maroney

Father: Thomas {13} OFFICER b: 1724 in Co. Antrim, Ulster, Ireland [1725] [1723]
Mother: Jane [13S] MAYES b: Abt 1725

Marriage 1 Elizabeth {135S1} WALKER b: 1772 in Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA [OH]
Married: 31 Oct 1793 in First Presbyterian Ch. Carlisle, PA 8 9
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003
Children
Thomas {1351} OFFICER b: 1796 in Carlisle, Cumberland, PA
Sarah {1352} OFFICER b: Abt 1805
John {1353} OFFICER b: Abt 1807 in OH
Jane G. {1354} OFFICER b: 1803 in OH
Nancy {1356} OFFICER b: 1810 in Holmes, OH
Unknown [1355] OFFICER b: Abt 1811 in OH
David {1357} OFFICER b: Abt May 1811 in Tuscarawas, OH
Elizabeth [1358]^ OFFICER b: 1 Jan 1818 in Fayette Co., PA [OH]
[1359] OFFICER b: Abt 1819

Marriage 2 Unknown {135S2} WALDORF
Married: After 1800
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003
Children
Unknown [1359] OFFICER b: 1819

Marriage 3 Mary {Jane} {135S3} RHINEHART
Married: After 1800 10
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003

Sources:

Text: Charles Leonard info, compiled by Geo. Rutledge 16 Apr 1979. Revised and added to by Geo Rutledge, 221 George St, Hanover PA, 17331 issued 1 Nov 1982. Edited by Wallace Officer

Text: Wischmann, Leslie GenServ family report 6/26/98, WISCLE1 database
Abbrev: Source
Text: PoppyBob e-mail 26 Aug. 1998, Bob Horn, PO Box 512, Santa Fe, TX 77510

Text: Linda Teagle in CA, LindaB2528@AOL.COM same as source 685

Text: Journal of SARAH ANN PROCTOR ECKELS; 1750-1900; original owned by Mrs. George BILLEDEAUX @ 58153 Wehiwa Place, Haleiwa, Hi 96712, the ggrandaughter of Sarah Eckels

Text: Wallace B. Officer, Jr.{161124211}

Text: Rath, Dick, Genforum and RootsWeb's World Connect Project,

Text: Notes from the Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA. for the Officer family.
Abbrev: Ancestry World Tree--Family Information
Title: Ancestry World Tree--Family Information

Text: Jaster, Donna, Donna@Bridesclub.com

• Researcher: Rootsweb.com/James D. Officer. The Officer & Piper Family
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ID: I870
Name: Jane G. {1354} OFFICER
Given Name: Jane G. {1354}
Surname: OFFICER 1 2
Sex: F
Birth: 1803 in OH 3
Death: 1880 in Tuscarawas Co., OH 3
Burial: St. James Lutheran Cem., WA101, Tuscarawas Co., OH 3
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003 at 19:23

Note:
!BIRTH: per IGI, v4.01, Jane Officer, b. 1809, OH, spouse Edward Cunning, submital.
Per "History of Tuscarawora Co, OH", 1884, Beers, p 970, John D. Cunning, son of Edward and Jane(Officer) Cunning, the later of English and Scottish lineage.

!MARRIAGE: Tuscawaras Co, OH, marriage book VIII (977.166 V2t V3, Bk6,7, Jane Officer m. Edward Cunning, Bk 4, 23 Apr 1829, p 144-1152, by Abraham Synder - minister. Also, LDS IGI, v4.01, Jane Officer m. Edward Cunning, 23 Apr 1829, Tuscarawas, OH, submital.

Also, MARRIAGE RECORDS SERIES #1; 1790-1900; 1993, Automated Archives, Inc., CD #2; Screen 47 of 159, Jane Officer, m. Edward Cunning, 23 Apr 1829, Tuscawaras Co, OH.


Father: David {135} OFFICER b: 1761 in West Fallowfield, Chester Co., PA [1767][29 Jun 1768]
Mother: Elizabeth {135S1} WALKER b: 1772 in Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA [OH]

Marriage 1 Edward [1354S] CUNNING b: 1 Apr 1804 in MD
Married: 23 Apr 1829 in Tuscarawas Co., OH 4 3
Change Date: 24 Jul 2003
Children
John D. [13541] CUNNING b: 4 Feb 1830 in Tuscarawas Co., Auburn Twp., OH
Thomas J. CUNNING
William E. CUNNING
Alfred CUNNING

Sources:

Text: Charles Leonard info, compiled by Geo. Rutledge 16 Apr 1979. Revised and added to by Geo Rutledge, 221 George St, Hanover PA, 17331 issued 1 Nov 1982. Edited by Wallace Officer

Text: Rath, Dick, Genforum and RootsWeb's World Connect Project,

Text: Simi, Kerry, editor@credible.com, Root's WorldConnect Project

Text: Three Centuries of Officers, 7335 E. Orchard Rd, #400D, Greenwood Village, CO 80111. March 1997

Jane married Edward Cunning 23 Apr 1829 in Tuscarawas, OH.

Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandparents)



32. Mathias Marker,3 5 son of Mathias *Probably* Marker and Anna Catharina (Shroyer) Schreyerin, was born 28 Feb 1747/48 in perhaps near, Richmond, Richmond (city), VA.5

Mathias married Margaretta Gunderman\Countryman 5 in 1775.5

33. Margaretta Gunderman\Countryman,3 5 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in 1750 in Maryland? 5 and died in 1800 in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, , Westmoreland, PA 5 at age 50.

Margaretta married Mathias Marker 5 in 1775.5

40. Joseph Clifford,8 son of Charles Clifford and Jane Gordon, was born 15 May 1764 in Hunterdon, NJ, died 9 Jun 1841 in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland, PA at age 77, and was buried in Fort Palmer Cemetery, , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Joseph married Isabella Pricket in Apr 1792 in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland, PA.14

41. Isabella Pricket,8 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 31 Dec 1772 in New Jersey, died 23 Jun 1855 in Lingonier, Westmoreland, PA at age 82, and was buried in Fort Palmer Cemetery, , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Isabella married Joseph Clifford in Apr 1792 in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland, PA.14

42. Christopher Myers,8 son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1780.

Christopher married Barbara ____________.

43. Barbara __________,8 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1780.

Barbara married Christopher Myers.

48. Thomas Linthacum,13 son of Thomas Linthacum and Rebecca Tucker, was born between 1787 and 1788 in Maryland and died about 1871 in Bethany, Harrison, MO about age 84.

Thomas married Parmelia Wood 15 Jan 1820 in Bullitt, Kentucky.

49. Parmelia Wood,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born about 1800 in Kentucky and died between 1830 and 1840 in Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky about age 30.

Parmelia married Thomas Linthacum 15 Jan 1820 in Bullitt, Kentucky.

56. Barnabas Cunning, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in Ireland.

Noted events in his life were:

• Researcher: Rootsweb.com/Kerry Simi. Ginther Family Page
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ID: I18975
Name: Barnabas Cunning
Sex: M
Birth: in Ireland 1

Marriage 1 Susan McGloughlin b: in Ireland
Children
Edward Cunning b: 1 APR 1804 in Maryland

Sources:
Title: History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio
Page: 970

Barnabas married Susan McGloughlin.

57. Susan McGloughlin, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in Ireland.

Susan married Barnabas Cunning.

Seventh Generation (4th Great-Grandparents)



64. Mathias *Probably* Marker,3 5 son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born about 1715 in Probably, Germany 5 and died in 1754 in York, PA 5 about age 39.

General Notes: [marker.FTW]

Mathias Marker arrived in Philadelphia Sept. 12, 1734 on

Mathias married Anna Catharina (Shroyer) Schreyerin 5 27 Jun 1738 in Codorus Twp, Lancaster, PA.5

65. Anna Catharina (Shroyer) Schreyerin,3 5 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born about 1715.5

Anna married Mathias *Probably* Marker 5 27 Jun 1738 in Codorus Twp, Lancaster, PA.5

80. Charles Clifford,8 son of James Clifford and Unknown Wife ____________, was born 10 Nov 1730 in Hunterdon, NJ and died 1 Jan 1816 in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland, PA at age 85.

General Notes: [Larry McClain 06092003.FBK.FTW]

[Larry McClain 101402.FTW]

Boucher's History of Westmoreland County, Page 245.
Four families named respectively Pritchett, Maharg, Parks, and Clifford came to Ligonier Valley in one delegation before the Revolutionary War. They all came from one section in New Jersey, near Trenton, and the Clifford's prior to that came from England. Charles Clifford was the head of the family in Westmoreland County, and took up about four hundred acres of land on which he lived as a farmer during the remainder of his life. This land was on Mill Creek about two and one-half miles northeast of the present borough of Ligonier. Charles was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, his name being found on a miscellaneous list of soldiers of that war called the "Original Depreciation Pay List" on file among the public records at Harrisburg. After securing his release from the Indians he returned to his family and remained there until his death in 1815.


History of Westmoreland County by John Boucher page 98

Of the capture of Charles Clifford we have a very good account both by tradition and by various writings which confirm it. He resided on Mill Creek, a tributary of Loyalhanna, two and one-half miles northwest of Fort Ligonier. In winter time he and his family stayed in or near the fort, and in the early spring they resumed their work on their clearings.

On April 27, 1779, he and two sons went to their land to do some work preparatory to planting their spring crops. When they reached the place of their work they could not find their horses which they had left there the day before to graze over night. The boys set to clearing up the land, and the father went to look for the horses. He first went up to some newly deadened timber tracts near the present town of Waterford, for there he had found them once before when they strayed away. Not finding them there he continued the search, and finally reached the Forbes road leading to the fort, perhaps between Waterford and the present town of Laughlinstown. Still he could not find his horses, and so concluded to abandon the search and returned to the fort by this road.

He had gone down the road but a short distance until he was fired on by five Indians who were concealed behind a log lying by the wayside. None of the balls wounded him severely, though one of them splintered his gun stock and thus cut his face, which bled profusely, though it was only a flesh wound. The Indians ran up to him, wiped the blood from his face, and seemed very glad he was not injured. They told him he would make a good man for them, and that they would take him to Niagara. They took from him his hat, coat, vest and shirt, allowing him to retain his trousers and shoes. One of the Indians cut away the brim from his hat and amused his fellows very much by wearing the crown. Another wore his shirt and another his vest. They gave him his coat to put on, but to this he objected unless they gave him his shirt also, saying he could not wear a coat without a shirt under it. But they did not take his suggestion kindly, and he was forced to submit, and told to hurry up as they must hasten on their journey.

On the long march they treated him much more kindly than one might expect. The whole race was superstitious, and when five of them shot at him at once and failed to kill him, they concluded that he had some power to ward off dangers and might be very useful to them. They did not tie his arms, as was their universal custom even among half-grown boys. At night he slept between two Indians, with a leather strap across his breast, the ends held firmly by the Indians lying on them. As soon as they lay down they slept, but Clifford had too many things to think of to sleep so readily. Gently he drew the one end of the strap from under the Indian by his side and sat up. The moon was shining bright, but there sat an Indian on a log, whose turn it was to watch the camp and keep up the fire. The watch sat silent and motionless as a statue, but the prisoner knew he was awake and would probably make short work of him if he attempted to escape.

They had journeyed nearly north from where they captured him. At a point where now the village of Fairfield is located, they were joined by Fifty-two other Indians, whose general trend was northward. The chief, Clifford said, had his head and arms covered with silver trinkets. They tore down fences to roast meat, but warily marched a mile or so away from the smoke to eat and prepare a place to rest over night. Clifford had great desire to see the other prisoners and to learn if his sons were among them. They had only one other prisoner, whose name was Peter Maharg. When Clifford found him he was sitting on a log much dejected, too much so to reply to Clifford's salutation, and sat with his head down in perfect silence. As it was learned afterwards he had been taken the same day and while hunting his horses. Maharg had a small dog with him when looking for his horses. He had seen the Indians. To the Indian this was all that was necessary. Maharg was taken at once.

They further scoured the northern part of the valley for prisoners or booty, but finding nothing that was not guarded they left on the third day for their home, which was near the boundary between Pennsylvania and New York, near the head waters of the Allegheny river. They had thus journeyed about two hundred miles and killed but two people and secured but two prisoners. On their long march homeward they marched by daylight, but always camped an hour or so before sunset. Eight or ten of them guarded the prisoners while the others hunted through the woods. At the camp they generally all met about the same time, and the hunters generally brought in venison, turkey or smaller birds. After the evening meal they lay down after the manner of the first night.

After they crossed the Allegheny river the game became very scarce, perhaps because of the hard winter. They could not shoot even a squirrel. All the party from that on suffered greatly from hunger. At one time for three days they had nothing to eat at all except the tender bark of young chestnut trees. This they cut with their tomahawks and offered it to their prisoners. Each of them refused, and received the consolation of "you fool; you die." They now sent out two swift Indians who went ahead and in three days returned with some other Indians, among them some squaws, and who had beans, dried corn, and dried venison. They gave the two prisoners a fair share of these provisions. The Indians then divided into two parties, and one of them took the dejected Maharg, while the other took Clifford. Maharg was treated most cruelly, most likely because he remained so morose and dejected, for this from the first disgusted them with him. They made him run the gauntlet, and pounded him so severely that he fell before he had passed the line. The beating he received did not stop when he fell. He never recovered from it, but bore marks from it on his body when he was laid down many years afterwards in his last sleep. Running the gauntlet consisted in passing between two lines of Indians stationed about six feet apart, and the lines the same distance apart. The Indians were profiled with clubs, and each had a right to hit the prisoner as he passed. If the prisoner was strong and active he could sometimes escape pretty well, but it was at best a most painful and dangerous ordeal.

Clifford had been from the first under an Indian who claimed him as his servant. After he had become somewhat accustomed to traveling without a shirt, his Indian gave him a shirt and hat. The shirt was covered with blood and had two bullet holes in it, and was probably taken from one of the men whom they had killed. Before he was taken prisoner, Clifford while working among the bushes had badly snagged his foot, and this without care became very painful, and the long marches had brought about inflammation and swelling. On showing it to his particular Indian guardian, he examined it very carefully and then went to a wild cherry tree with his tomahawk and procured some of the inner bark. This he boiled in a small pot and made a syrup with which he bathed the foot; and after laying the boiled bark on the wound bound it up with pieces of a shirt. It very rapidly reduced the swelling and allayed the pain.

They kept Clifford six weeks and then delivered him to the British at Montreal. He learned much about their customs and curious manners, and never failed to interest his hearers by a narration of his experience and observations among them. He saw four prisoners running the gauntlet, one of whom was killed. At another time, when a horse had kicked a boy, the animal was at once shot by the father of the lad, and the Indians ate the raw meat of the animal, which they thought very delicious. At Montreal he grew in favor with the officers of the garrison and fared much better than most prisoners. He procured from one officer a pocket compass which he gave to a prisoner named James Flock, who escaped, and by the aid of the compass made his way back to Westmoreland county through an almost endless wilderness, finally arriving at his home long after his friends had given him up for dead. Clifford was in Montreal two years and a half when he was exchanged. He then made his way back to Ligonier valley, having been gone three years.

He lived to be an old man and was respected by all who knew him. He is buried in the old Fort Palmer cemetery, one of the oldest graveyards in the county. He died in 1816. He was a soldier of the Revolution.

Noted events in his life were:

• Researcher: AncestryWorldTree/Barbara Carpenter Martin. 14 ID: I2015
Name: Charles Clifford
NSFX: RWS
Sex: M
Birth: 10 NOV 1730 in Hunterdon Co., NJ
Death: 1 JAN 1815 in Ligonier, Westmoreland, PA
Burial: Fairfield Twp, Westmoreland Co., PA, OldFortPalmerCem
Note:
!Charles Clifford had moved to Ligonier Valley in Westmoreland Co., PA. During the Rev. War, he was captured by the Indians and then taken in Montreal, Canada, where he was turned over to the British. He was held for 2 1/2 years before being exchanged for British prisoners. He was gone from his family in PA about 3 years, and he also received credit for serving in the Revolutionary War.
!DAR National Number 760867, Mary Louise Fournier, Vashon Island, WA Pedigree Chart, prepared 4 Feb 1999 by William M. Ramser, Topeka, KS
Change Date: 26 OCT 2002

Father: James Clifford b: 1704

Marriage 1 Jane Gordon b: ABT 1733 in Hunterdon Co., NJ
Married: 4 MAR 1757 in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey
·Children
James Clifford b: 1758 in NJ
Mary Margaret Clifford b: 1762 in NJ
Joseph Clifford b: 15 MAY 1764 in NJ
Thomas Clifford b: 1766 in NJ
Charles Clifford b: 1770 in PA
Jane "Jennie" Clifford b: 1772 in PA
Sarah Clifford b: 1776 in Westmoreland Co., PA

Marriage 2 Clifford
Married: BEF 1757
Children
Edward Clifford b: 1755
Robert Clifford

Charles married Jane Gordon 4 Mar 1757 in Hunterdon, NJ.14

Charles next married Unknown Wife ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________.

81. Jane Gordon,8 daughter of Thomas Gordon and Margaret Oliphant, was born in 1738 in Hunterdon, NJ, died in 1802 in Westmoreland, PA at age 64, and was buried in Fort Palmer Cemetery, , Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Jane married Charles Clifford 4 Mar 1757 in Hunterdon, NJ.14

96. Thomas Linthacum,13 son of Francis Linthicum and Mary Mayo, was born 23 Jul 1763 and died in 1860 in Hardin, KY at age 97.

Thomas married Rebecca Tucker 6 Jul 1787 in Anne Arundel, Maryland.

97. Rebecca Tucker,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born about 1770.

Rebecca married Thomas Linthacum 6 Jul 1787 in Anne Arundel, Maryland.

Eighth Generation (5th Great-Grandparents)



160. James Clifford,8 son of George Clifford and Mary ____________, was born in 1704 in Hunterdon, NJ and died in Jan 1782 in Hunterdon, NJ 14 at age 78.

James married Unknown Wife ____________ in Hunterdon, NJ.

161. Unknown Wife __________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1705.

Unknown married James Clifford in Hunterdon, NJ.

162. Thomas Gordon,8 son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1700 in New Jersey and died in Jun 1784 in Amwell, Hunterdon, NJ about age 84.

Noted events in his life were:

• Research Note:Connection is tentative and not proven.

Thomas married Margaret Oliphant about 1696 in New Jersey.

Marriage Notes: Reference:

163. Margaret Oliphant,8 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1700.

Margaret married Thomas Gordon about 1696 in New Jersey.

192. Francis Linthicum,13 son of Francis Linthicum and Eleanor Williams, was born 28 May 1734 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland and died between 1797 and 1800 about age 63.

Francis married Mary Mayo 28 Jan 1755.

193. Mary Mayo,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 20 Jul 1740 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland and died est 1830 about age 90.

Mary married Francis Linthicum 28 Jan 1755.

Ninth Generation (6th Great-Grandparents)



320. George Clifford,8 son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1685 and died 12 Dec 1757 in Hunterdon, NJ about age 72.

George married Mary ____________.

321. Mary __________,8 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1685.

Mary married George Clifford.

384. Francis Linthicum,13 son of Hezekiah Linthicum and Milcah Francis, was born 29 Sep 1709 in Anne Arundel, Maryland and died before Oct 1765.

Francis married Eleanor Williams 15 Oct 1732 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

385. Eleanor Williams,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1710 and died in 1765 about age 55.

Eleanor married Francis Linthicum 15 Oct 1732 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

Tenth Generation (7th Great-Grandparents)



768. Hezekiah Linthicum,13 son of Thomas Linthicum and Jane ____________, was born about 1668 in Anne Arundel, Maryland and died before 14 Jun 1722.

Hezekiah married Milcah Francis 5 Oct 1697 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

769. Milcah Francis,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born 14 Nov 1666 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

Milcah married Hezekiah Linthicum 5 Oct 1697 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

Eleventh Generation (8th Great-Grandparents)



1536. Thomas Linthicum, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born in 1640 in Wales and died 12 Nov 1701 in Anne Arundel, Maryland at age 61.

Thomas married Jane ____________.

1537. Jane __________,13 daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, was born est 1646 in Wales.

Jane married Thomas Linthicum.


Sources


1. Linthacum, Wayne W., Linthacum, Donnell K., Terry, Paul, Draft Manuscript of some of the Picture and History Section of the Charles Edwin and Rosa Mae Cunning Linthacum Family, Descendants and Related Families from the 1890's. (Kalispell, Montana; December 1989. Copy provided by Sandra Yocom Marker.)

2. State of California, California Birth Index, 1905-10 (Source Information:
Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-10. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-10. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.)

3. David Hurst, Hursts of West Virginia (and other places) (Hursts of West Virginia (and other places); Entries: 18282; Updated: Wed Dec 10 17:31:08 2003; Contact: David Hurst). I found this gedcom and have done nothing to verify or support any data.

4. Unknown Linthacum Family Researcher, "Linthacum Family" (Downloaded as gedcom v24t1544.ged from Ancestry World Tree. No date, no contact. There were two identical files with no submitter information.)

5. Various Marker Researchers, Marker Family Researchers (MARKER Family Researchers; Contact Linda Marker: ;
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~marker/HattieMar.htm;
"The Marker Family by Hattie Marker Scott 1867-1940").

6. Social Security Administration, "Social Security Death Index" (http://rootsweb.com and Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc.).

7. State of California, California Death Records Index (1940-1997) (http://www.rootsweb.com; Source Information:
Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.)

8. Larry K. McClain, McClain, Larry K. (8234 Hot Springs Drive South, Jacksonville, FL 32244). Hursts of West Virginia (and other places)
Entries: 18282 Updated: Wed Dec 10 17:31:08 2003 Contact: David Hurst)

Larry K. McClain of Western Pa updated 12/2003
Entries: 9527 Updated: Sun Dec 21 16:45:39 2003 Contact: Larry McClain

MARKER Family Researchers
Contact Linda Marker:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~marker/HattieMar.htm
The Marker Family by Hattie Marker Scott 1867-1940

9. Robert Best, BEST family in Westmoreland Co, PA (BEST family in Westmoreland Co, PA; Entries: 10932 Updated: 2005-11-27 03:03:04 UTC (Sun); Contact: Robert Best ; http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pa-bests&id=I485).

10. National Archives, Civil War Compiled Military Service Records (Source Information:
United States National Archives. Civil War Compiled Military Service Records [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-.)

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12. National Archives, Indexed by Ancestry.com, Civil War Pension Index (National Archives and Records Administration. Civil War Pension Index. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Data indexed and imaged from National Archives and Records Administration. General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934. T288, 544 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.).
I first read this from the microfilm cards.

13. Michael Johnson, Johnson Family (Entries: 44928 Updated: Tue Apr 13 17:47:47 2004 Contact: Michael Johnson).

14. Barbara Carpenter Martin, Ancestors of Stephen Van Rensselaer Carpenter
(Ancestors of Stephen Van Rensselaer Carpenter Entries: 5292 Updated: Fri Nov 14 19:31:02 2003 Contact: Barbara Carpenter Martin).