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Catherine Lamb (#46947821)
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Hi - I am passionate about doing family history and so appreciative to the contributors of findagrave.com. I live in Shanghai, China (and sometimes Orem, Utah) so this site makes it possible for me to find many death dates of my ancestors!
Other tidbits - four kids all in college. I fill the lonely hours with genealogy :)
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Pianogal5004
RE: Gonter line
John Henry Gonser Birth 24 May 1782 in Newberry,York,Pennsylvania,USA
Death 30 Apr 1838 in Crawford,Coshocton,Ohio,USA
In 1825 at
Age: 43
Arrival
New Bedford, Coshocton, Ohio
Came from bedford, PA, founded the town of New Bedford, Coshocton Ohio. He laid out the first 55 plots of land, naming it after his home town of Bedford PA. He and his 3 sons; Henry, Adam and David each built a home. Sold land for a school for $6...
Somehow, he must be the connection.... We just need to research this more
Added by Pianogal5004 on Jan 06, 2013 1:25 PM
Pianogal5004
RE: Gonter line
It is certainly a possibility and I agree that no one will agree on those name spellings as being one & the same family... It is interesting to note that all of my other families were there so where were my Gonsers? (they were there too, I just need to find the missing link). Thanks!
Added by Pianogal5004 on Jan 04, 2013 5:13 PM
Pianogal5004
RE: Gonter line
Hello, I have done some research and it seems that the Gonter, Gonser, Guenther, etc... family must be related. Clearly they were from the same areas and there must be an answer to the changes in spelling of the name, but I don't have any answers to that. My line moved to Indiana & Michigan. My grandma was a Gonser & I am named after her. She played the piano (like I do) and was very short... Pic of her on her gravesite - Lydia Gonser. I love to share info...
Added by Pianogal5004 on Jan 04, 2013 6:18 AM
TeamMina
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You're welcome!
They were so quick because of all the snow I didn't know if my dog & I could even get to the grounds, let alone find the stones. They don't plow it & it's a long walk from the street. So I claimed them today after we got back & took the pics. Didn't want to claim them & find out it ws impossible to get in.
Hope they help! We needed the exercise!
Added by TeamMina on Feb 02, 2009 6:21 PM
 

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