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Susannah Hoover Mast

Birth
Carroll County, Maryland, USA
Death
11 Jan 1813 (aged 49–50)
Burial
West Milton, Miami County, Ohio, USA
Memorial ID
81494838 View Source

MAST Susannah,w John M.d. bur West Branch (Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol V pg 754.)

Excerpt from "A Walk in a Country Churchyard - Autumn 1880" by Luke Smith Mote

"Near the same place and the same year (1830) was buried John Mast (whose headstone bears the initials J. M.). He was not a member but his wife was; she died in 1813 (see records). He built the first grist mill [?] in the settlement, which was a great help to the early settlers in getting the grinding done. He never married again and lived the latter part of his life with three of his grandchildren, or rather they with him, at the old home by his mill. He was a little under medium in size, fair skinned and blue eyes, quiet and unobtrusive and loved hunting. He attended religious meetings occasionally but never made an open profession. Not many years afterwards, his daughter Lizzie Jones and her husband David Jones followed him to the tomb. David was a sort of pow-wow doctor and performed some rather remarkable cures."

MAST Susannah,w John M.d. bur West Branch (Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol V pg 754.)

Excerpt from "A Walk in a Country Churchyard - Autumn 1880" by Luke Smith Mote

"Near the same place and the same year (1830) was buried John Mast (whose headstone bears the initials J. M.). He was not a member but his wife was; she died in 1813 (see records). He built the first grist mill [?] in the settlement, which was a great help to the early settlers in getting the grinding done. He never married again and lived the latter part of his life with three of his grandchildren, or rather they with him, at the old home by his mill. He was a little under medium in size, fair skinned and blue eyes, quiet and unobtrusive and loved hunting. He attended religious meetings occasionally but never made an open profession. Not many years afterwards, his daughter Lizzie Jones and her husband David Jones followed him to the tomb. David was a sort of pow-wow doctor and performed some rather remarkable cures."


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