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Susan Zmrzel
RE: Criss Family
Thank you for the information and I would like to make the corrections. My email is

Added by Susan Zmrzel on Feb 12, 2015 10:16 AM
Susan Zmrzel
RE: Criss Family
If you want to correspond send me email at

Added by Susan Zmrzel on Feb 09, 2015 10:16 PM
Dirt Hero Paula
Yant at West Lawn
Duplicate of Abraham has been deleted and his wife, Sarah, was been transferred to you.

I am not a family member, I am connecting family members of postings I have done in West Lawn. I try to put more than just names from a book on the site.
Added by Dirt Hero Paula on Oct 27, 2013 2:36 PM
Dirt Hero Paula
Yant at West Lawn
Added by Dirt Hero Paula on Oct 27, 2013 2:34 PM
anne moore

Thanks so much for the Farber pix. It's very helpful to me.

Added by anne moore on Feb 17, 2013 12:27 PM
Re: Taylor Family
Hi-I would be delighted if you could email/share your Taylor family info & photos! Pim Perrin Taylor & Keziah W.'s dau Minerva Ann Taylor marr John Thomas. Their son Pim Taylor Thomas named his dau Minerva Ann to honor his mother, my mother-in-law's grandmother. If you will send me a ballpark time that you could see my email I will post it. Then you can delete the message w/it please. I can't stop smiling! skyquest
Added by skyquest on Jan 26, 2013 4:30 PM
Re: Pim Taylor
Hi - Welcome to Find A Grave! Thank you so much for your kind note. I really understand for I have done the same w/out meaning to. Best Wishes & Happy Hunting to you! skyquest
Added by skyquest on Jan 25, 2013 3:51 PM
anne moore
RE: Thanks!
I've wondered about that. I'm new, but I started realizing early on almost everything on are simply things that just anyone is posting - could totally be true or untrue. I'd really be interested to hear what you have you to say.

This is what I saw on, and I have heard of this book this by Samuel Weaver. The Denver Public Library has a copy, and I mean to get in there and take a look at it:

"The info on the Farbers comes from a book from 1978 Called "Farber Families of An Early Ohio Pioneer" By Samuel E Weaver. The story is that Johannes (John) sons came to US as part of mercenary Hessian Army to fight for British in the American Revolutionary War. At the close of the War Johannes migrated to America with the rest of his family to Morris Co New Jersey. His Children s names come from his will of March 28, 1787 no wife was mentioned in the will and it is assumed that she died before him.Sons :George , Philip and Paul Farber. Daughters : Susannah, Elizabeth, Margaret and Mary. Also mentioned in his will was his 5 Grandchildren Elizabeth Sackman (daughter of Mary), Peter, James, Catherine, and Nancy Mathews.According to our Author only two of Johannes sons have definitely been located. Paul Farber who reared his family in Morris Co NJ and Phillip Farber who settled in Sandy Creek Valley of Tuscarawas Co Ohio 1806."

Any thoughts?
Added by anne moore on Jan 05, 2013 6:51 PM
anne moore
RE: Thanks!
Hi Jennifer,

Thank you so much! I have only just started researching my family tree. I'm a total novice.

But I found info (from that Phillp Farber (b. 1757) 's father, Johann (John) Farber (b. 1720) came here as a Hessian mercenary & fought against us in the Rev. War! Do you know about that? Did son Philip change sides? It's all so interesting.

I am a descendant of Philip's brother Paul (b. 1742). Which probably means we are like 7th cousins or something like that.

Added by anne moore on Jan 05, 2013 6:11 PM
anne moore
Thank you so much, Jennifer. Louella Farber was my great grandmother, and I've been tracing her family line.

Do you know - according to Find a Grave, there are only 2 graves in the Farber Cemetery. Is that right? Or have only 2 memorials been created?

Thanks again & Happy New Year.
Added by anne moore on Jan 05, 2013 3:19 PM
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