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Henry Panter
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Birth: Apr. 8, 1759
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Sep. 19, 1845
Fayette County
Ohio, USA

In "Bender-Bainter-Painter Smith and the Allied Families of Phillipson-Marino-Alioto" by Joseph Linn Marino, it is stated that Henry Painter was born Johann Heinrich Bender and that he joined the German Regiment at age 17. However, the pension application of one Henry Painter in Nelson County Virginia makes it abundantly clear that he was the Henry Bender who served in the German Battalion under Colonel Weltner. The plaque, it seems, was placed in error. The only proof we have of his service in the Revolutionary War is by bios written about his children and grandchildren stating that their ancestor Henry Painter was a soldier in the War of Revolution. He may or may not have been the son of Johann Georg Bender from Mount Joy Township, Lancaster, PA. Research on this is still pending. 
Family links: 
  Elisabeth Panter (1764 - 1846)*
  Henry Bainter (1789 - 1852)*
  Emanuel Peter Bender (1791 - 1860)*
  Margaret Bender Critchfield (1795 - 1847)*
  Sarah Bender Geller (1801 - 1880)*
  Jacob Bender (1804 - 1884)*
  Jonathan Painter (1804 - 1885)*
*Calculated relationship
In Memory of Henry Panter who died Sep. 19, 1845, Aged 86 years, 5 mon, 11 days.
Stuckey Cemetery
Fayette County
Ohio, USA
Maintained by: Landis Bender
Originally Created by: Mike Dearbaugh
Record added: Jan 09, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17371760
Henry Panter
Added by: Landis Bender
Henry Panter
Added by: Landis Bender
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- Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett
 Added: Jan. 7, 2013

- Richard Wshburn
 Added: Jan. 14, 2011
I shall leave "forget me not" flowers for you, Johann Heinrich Bender so that your descendents, my cousins will neither forget you, nor the history of our name and family. Thank you for all that you gave of yourself so that your family could grow and pro...(Read more)
- Landis Lee Bender II
 Added: May. 26, 2008

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