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John Greathouse and Elizabeth Family- John Greathouse Sr.


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Individual Information
          Birth: 1746-1752 - Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania 388
    Christening: 
          Death: Bef 29 Feb 1816 - , Union County, Kentucky 389,390
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Events
Tax: 1767, Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. 391,392 John Artz, with 100 acres, 4 horses, 6 cattle, 6 sheep, and tax of 21 [shillings].
John Grotheiser, single man [21 and over]; tax of 15 [shillings]. John Artz married Elizabeth Greathouse, daughter of Henry and Ann Greathouse on 5 Jan 1748 in Christ Church at Philadelphia. See Source reference detail notes for more information regarding migration of these two families to Shenandoah.
Baptised daughter: 15 Sep 1776, Strausburg, Dunmore County (Now Shenandoah County), Virginia. 10 They baptised their daughter Anna Maria. The godparents were John Krodhaus (Greathouse) and Catharina Haack (single).
Baptised son: 15 Nov 1778, Strausburg, Dunmore County (Now Shenandoah County), Virginia. 11 John Greathouse & Elisabeth, parents: Johannes, infant, born 27 Oct 1777, baptized 15 Nov 1778, Godparents: Peter Weyhrich & wife Engel.
Tax: 1782, , Shenandoah County, Virginia. 393 Greathouse, John: 2 poll tithables, 12 horses, 19 cattle; tax of 2 pounds, 12 shillings, and 9? pence.
He appeared on the census from 1782 to 1783 in , Shenandoah County, Virginia. 394 This following is the 1790 census reconstructed from the tax lists of 1782-1783. No Greathouses appeared in the tax lists after 1783. So the following information actually represents the 1782-1783 census information. The following three Greathouses appeared in this census:

Greathouse, Will: 2 whites, no blacks. This is William Greathouse and Mary Ann Livingston.
Greahouse, Jno.: 7 whites, 1 black. This is John Sr. and Elizabeth. The 7th person may be a hired man.
Greathouse, John: 4 whites, no blacks. This is John Greathouse and Catharina.
Public Claims: 29 Aug 1782, , Shenandoah County, Virginia. 395 The following "public claims" were approved for payment by the government for foodstuffs supplied to the American army during the Revolutionary War by the men named for the named supplies furnished:

John Greathouse
(page 10, original page 10), 35 bu vcorn; 3 pounds, 10 shillings
John Greathouse (page 11, original page 11), 10 rations; 7 shilings, 6 pence - "At a court held for adjusting or setling[sic] the claims of the County of Shanando agreeable to law on the 31st October 1782, present Wm. Bird, Jno. North, Alexr. Hite, Jacob Rinker, Gents. the following were produced and ordered to be certifyed."
John Greathouse (page 14, original page 16), 280# beef; 2 pounds, 6 shilings 8 pence.
John Greathouse (page 15, original page 16): 5 bu rye; 12 shillings 6 pence.
Tax: 1783, , Shenandoah County, Virginia. 396 Greathouse, John: 1 White tithe, 1 slave over 16, no slaves under sixteen, 14 horses, 22 cattle; tax of 2 pounds, 13 shilings, and 6 pence.
Tax: 20 May 1787, , Fayette County, Virginia (Later Kentucky). 397 Jno. Greathouse - taxable and white free male over 21, 10 horses, 9 cattle;
Jno. Greathouse Jr - taxable and white free male over 21, 2 horses, 5 cattle;
Wm. Greathouse - taxable and white free male over 21, 2 horses, 1 cattle.
Tax: 1788, , Fayette County, Virginia (Later Kentucky). 398 Greathouse, John - 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 10 horses;
Greathouse, Wm - 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 2 horses;
Greathouse, John Jr. - 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 2 horses.
Tax: 1789, , Fayette County, Virginia (Later Kentucky). 399 Gratehouse, Jno. Jnr. - 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 14 horses (J and S very similar in handwriting);
Gratehouse, Jno. Snr.
- 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 2 horses (if designations correct, there is a reversal of wealth);
Gratehouse, Wm. - 1 tithable, 0 negroes, 3 horses.
Tax: 1790, , Fayette County, Virginia (Later Kentucky). 400 Gratehouse, Wm. - 1 w. (white), tithable, 2 horses;
Gratehouse, Jno. jun. - 1 w. (white), tithable, 19 horses;
Gratehouse, Jno. Sen. - 1 w. (white) tithable, 4 horses.
Tax: 1791, , Fayette County, Virginia (Later Kentucky). 401 Gratehouse, Jno. Jr.. - 1 tithable, 21 horses;
Gratehouse, Wm. - 1 tithable, 3 horses;
Gratehouse, Jno. Sr. - 1 tithable, 3 horses.
Tax: 22 Oct 1792, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 402 Gratehouse, John (big) - 1 taxable, 25 horses, 16 cattle, 1 stud horse, and 600 acres of land @ tax rate of 61 (John Sr.'s property);
Gratehouse, John (little) - 1 taxable, 4 horses, 17 cattle;
Gratehouse, William - 1 taxable, 4 horses, 7 cattle.
Tax: 20 Sep 1793, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 403 Gratehouse, John (big) - 1 taxable, 29 horses, 10 cattle and 600 acres of land @ tax rate of 61 (John Sr.'s property);
Gratehouse, John (little) - 1 taxable, 5 horses, 4 cattle;
Tax: 1794, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 404 No Greathouses listed.
Tax: 1795, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 404 Greathouse, John - 1 taxable white male over 21, 1 male over 16, 26 horses, 18 cattle, 12 stud horses, and 300 first-rate land. Note: (He paid tax for years 1792, 1793, 1794). He also owned 350 acres on Jessamine Creek, Fayette County, for which he paid tax in 1794. He also owned land in Shelby County, on Mill Creed for which he paid tax in 1794.

Greathouse, Samuel - 1 taxable white male (with zero in the other columns); Source: Vivian M. Taylor - Possibly the Samuel (who first appeared in the Baltimore records) and was a brother to David Greathouse (husband of Pensilla Goodwin) and Elizabeth (who married William Hayes in Warren County). David, Samuel, and Elizabeth were the children of Eva Ann Greathoue and [apparently a widow] who married James Majors, Sr., in Baltimore. [Eva's first husband is unknown at this time; he may have been a son of Christian Greathouse]
Tax: 1796, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 405 Greathouse, John - 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 26 horses, 20 cattle, 11 stud horses, and 300 acres of first-rate land in Fayette County, watercourse Jessamine; surveyed in name of Edward Bradley.
Tax: 1797, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 406 Greathouse, John - 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 28 cattle, 1 stud horse, and 121 acres.
Tax: 1798, , Fayette County, Kentucky. 407 No tax book found. No further Greathouse entries in Fayette County, 1799-1805. Jessamine County was formed from Fayette County in 1799.
Tax: 1799, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 1 white male over 21, 2 males over 16, 34 horses, 2 slaves on 300 acres on watercourse Jessamine, patented and entered in name of Isaac Hite.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21, 0 males over 16, 3 horses.
Tax: 31 May-22 Jun 1800, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 2 white males over 21, 1 white male over 16, 5 horses, 0 slaves and 600 acres on watercourse Jessamine. First male is John Sr. Second male is probably John Jr.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21, 0 white males over 16, 1 horse, 0 slaves.
Tax: 3 Aug-11 Aug 1801, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 1 white male over 21, 17 horses, 300 acres on watercourse Jessamine (patented and entered in name of Hite), and 400 acres on watercourse Licking, 150 acres [sic].
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21, 0 horses.
Tax: 19 Apr-21 May 1802, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 1 white male over 21, 2 white males over 16, 14 horses, 1 stud horse, and 300 acres.
Greathouse, John Jr. - 1 white mail over 21 [and no other entries]. He was listed by the name the younger John Greathouse.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21, 1 horse.
Tax: 16 May 1803, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 2 white males over 21, 1 white male over 16, and 18 horses.
Tax: 2 Apr 1804, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John - 2 white males over 21, 1 white male over 16, 13 horses, 1 stud horse, and 300 acres.
Tax: 3 May 1805, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John, Sr. - 1 white male over 21, 2 white males over 16, 21 horses, and 300 acres.
Greathouse, John, Jr. - 1 white male over 21 and 1 horse.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21, 5 horses, 200 acres in Warren County, Kentucky, on Buck Creek (entered, surveyed, and patented in name of Sampson Greathouse).
Tax: 19 Apr 1806, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John, Sr - 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, and 14 horses.
Greathouse, John Jr - 1 white male over 21.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21, 4 horses and 200 acres in Warren County on Buck Creek (entered, patented, and surveyed in name of Sampson Greathouse).
Greathouse, Harmon - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Tax: 27 Jul 1807, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 John Greathouse Sr, 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 18 horses, 300 acres in Jessamine County, KY. He also had 300 acres in Franklin County on Savern? Creek and 200 acres in Warren County, KY
John Greathouse Jr, 1 white male over 21 and 1 horse.
David Greathouse, 1 white male over 21, 2 horses and 250 [sic] acres in Warren County on Buck Creek.
Harmon Greathouse, 1 white male over 21 and 3 horses.
Tax: 28 May 1808, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 John Greathouse Sr, 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 15 horses, 300 acres in Jessamine County, 200 acres in Warren County.
John Greathouse Jr, 1 white male over 21 and 3 horses.
David Greathouse, 1 white male over 21 and 3 horses.
Harmon Greathouse, 1 white male over 21 and 3 horses.
William Greathouse, 1 white male over 21 and 1 horse.
Tax: 2 Aug 1809, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John, Sr. - 1 white male over 21, 15 horses, 450 acres in Jessamine County, and 200 acres in Warren County.
Greathouse, John, Jr. - 1 white male over 21.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Greathouse, Harmon - 1 white male over 21 and 3 horses.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21 and 2 horse.
He appeared on the census in 1810 in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 12
Greathouse John Sr.
1 male under 10
1 male 10-15 years
1 male 26-44
1 male 45 and over (John Sr.)
3 females under 10
1 female 16-25 (Polly? Jane should be about 13, and appears to be missing; Rebecca is married and living with Isaac Callender)
1 female 45 and over (Elizabeth)
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Note: Vivian Taylor speculates that Daniel Greathouse, and his family, are living with John Greathouse Sr in 1810. If this is correct, then the persons listed in the tax list would be as follows:

Greathouse John Sr.
1 male under 10 (Daniel's son Napoleon Bonaparte)
1 male 10-15 years (Daniel's son Samuel)
1 male 26-44 (Daniel)
1 male 45 and over (John Sr.)
3 females under 10 (Daniel's daughters Polly, Sarah, and Parthenia)
1 female 16-25 (Polly - Jane living elsewhere?)
1 female 45 and over (Elizabeth)


In the Jessamine County tax lists, John Senior's sons--all except Daniel--are listed in their own households as they get married. In 1808 and 1809, all the sons except Daniel are listed separately from their father. In the 1810 census, John Jr., David, Harmon, and William are listed separately, and suddenly John Senior has an extra male 26-45, an extra male 10-16, an extra male 0-10, and three extra females 0-10. Also in John Senior's household are John Senior himself (over 45), his wife Elizabeth (over 45), and their [John and Elizabeth's] daughter Polly (16-26, who doesn't marry Charles Adams until 1811). [Jane would be 10-16, but there is no female of that age range listed. She may be working as a house girl for a neighbor or living or visiting elsewhere, or she could have been accidentally missed in the census.]
Daniel--who had apparently lived elsewhere since his marriage-- appears to have returned to his parents' home after his wife died about 1808 or 1809. Daniel would have been about 31; Samuel L., about 11; Napoleon Bonaparte, about 4; Daniel's daughter Polly, about 9; Sally, about 6; and Parthenia, about 2. These ages fit the extra people in the census perfectly and also fit the ages of the Greathouse young people who were not David's children but who were married in Posey County while Daniel is documented as being there or shortly after Daniel's death. If this is correct, then there were two Polly Greathouse's living in John Sr's household in 1810. One is John Sr's daughter and the other is Daniel's daughter.
Daniel did move to Henderson County with the clan, and then he moved to Posey County about the same time David did.
Tax: 1810, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John Sr - 1 white male over 21, 17 horses, 1 stud horse, 450 acres in Jessamine County and 200 acres in Warren County on Buck Creek.
Greathouse, John Jr - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21 and 6 horses.
Greathouse, Harmon - 1 white male over 21, 1 black male over 16 and 3 horses.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21 and 6 horses.
Land Sale: 4 Sep 1810, Jessamine Creek, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 408 John Greathouse Sr. and Elizabeth, his wife, consideration $4500; sell 300 acres on Jessamine creek on west side on Frazers, commonly called Stephens line to Jacob Howzers, land they now live on, Wm Caldwell. Wit Samuel H. Woodson. Recorded 4 Oct 1810.
Tax: 28 Jun 1811, , Jessamine County, Kentucky. 304 Greathouse, John Sr. - 1 white male over 21, 1[sic] horse, 502 acres in Jessamine County, and 200 acres in Warren County.
Greathouse, John Jr. - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21 and 7 horses.
Greathouse, Harmon - 1 white male over 21 and 5 horses.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21 and 7 horses.
Land Sale: 8 Oct 1811, Jessamine Creek, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 409 John Greathouse, Sen. [No Wife], consideration $1,136; sold 84 Acres of land on Jessamine Creek for $1,136.00 to George Walker, bounded by Wm Caldwell, N. E. corner sold by him by said Greathouse to Jacob Howzer's field, lower line of Ben. Johnson, 10,000 a. entry by Col. Wm. Steele, patent line of A. Hite's 600 acres which he sold to the said Greathouse to the begininning... Wit. Wm Shreve, Alex. Wake, T. Thurston, recorded 9 Jun 1812. [See the abstract of the land grant to Abraham Hite, 1785, Fayette Co., VA]
Tax: 1812, , Henderson County, Kentucky. 306 Greathouse, John, Sr. - 200 acres in Warren County on Buck Creek; land entered in name of Sampson Greathouse - 1 white male over 21 and 13 horses.
Greathouse, David - 400 acres in Henderson Count on Pond Creek; land entered in name of Larkin Smith; 1 white male over 21 and 9 horses.
Greathouse, Herman - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21 and 4 horses.
Adams, Charles - 1 white male above 21 and 1 horse [Number of acres is blurred] (Charles Adams married Polly Greathouse, daughter of John Greathouse Sr. and Elizabeth)
Tax: 1814, , Henderson County, Kentucky. 307 Greathouse, John - 200 acres in Jefferson County on Floyd's Fork, entered by Mordica Reed; 1 white male over 21; 15 horses; value of land 1.00 per acre; total value $800.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21, 7 horses, and $230 total value.
Greathouse, Harmon - 1 white male over 21, 6 [?] horses, and $350 total value.
Tax: 1815, , Henderson County, Kentucky. 308 Greathouse, John - 200 acres of 3rd-rate land in Warren County on Buck Creek, entered by S. Greathouse and surveyed for same; 1 white male over 21; 11 horses; value of land = 1.00 per acres; $600 total value.
Greathouse, David - 1 white male over 21, 7 horses and $200 total value.
Greathouse, William - 1 white male over 21, 4 horses and $200 total value.
Land Sale: 15 Aug 1815, Jessamine Creek, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 410 John Greathouse, of Union County, KY sold 552 acres of land on Jessamine Creek to John Walker, consideration 5 shillings, crossing three branches of Jessamine Creek, on the line of Lewis Craig, ... west of Thomas Caldwell's house, now Wm. Shreves, ... Helms line, ... Joseph Pruitt ... to the beginning ... John Greathouse. Wit. James Ewing, William Walker, Fayette Roane. Recorded 15 Aug 1815.
Lived in: 15 Aug 1815, , Union County, Kentucky. 410
Estate Inventory: 29 Feb 1816, , Union County, Kentucky. 411 John Greathouse, Sr. died in Union Co., KY., intestate. "An intentory of the Estate of John Greathouse, decd, appraised by us agreeable to an order of the Union County Courth taken this 29 Feb 1816." The estate amounted to $841.50. Appraisers: Nath Floyd, Samuel Pool, and Reuben Berry. "Union County to wit May County Court 1816. The inventory and appraisement of the Estate of John Greathoue, decd. was this day returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
Estate Sale: Dec 1816, , Union County, Kentucky. 281 The sales account lists purchases made by Charles Adams, John Greathouse, Harmon Greathouse, David Greathouse, Daniel Greathouse, William Greathouse and Isaac Callender. Other buyers are Samuel Pool, John Barnett, Wm. B. Pool, and David Miller. Note: Vivian Taylor - This John Barnett is probably the same John Barnett who performed the marriage ceremony of Hiram and Lidia in 1819.
Lawsuit: 1817, , Union County, Kentucky. 16 Lawsuit by heirs of John Greathouse, Sr. against brothers and defendents David Greathouse and John Greathouse Jr, executor. Named in the lawsuit are: Harmon Greathouse, William Greathouse, Daniel Greathouse, Jane Greathouse (infant under 21), Charles Adams and Polly Greathouse, his wife, Isaac Callinder and Rebecca Greathouse, his wife.
Estate Sale: 24 Jun 1819, , Union County, Kentucky. 412 "the Estate of John Greathouse, deceased was returned into court by John Greathouse as Administrator and at his request ordered to be recorded. Att. Sam Casey clk." Amount of the sales was $911.64.


Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth (Est 1752-1756 - After 1810)
       Marriage: Est 1772 10
       Children:
                1. Daniel Greathouse (Abt 1773-Bef 1820) 15,16
                2. Anna Maria Greathouse (1775-Bef 1816) 10
                3. John  (Johannnes) Greathouse Jr. (1777-1840) 11,15
                4. David Greathouse (Abt 1782-1827) 15,16
                5. Harmon Greathouse (1784-1831) 15
                6. William R. Greathouse (Abt 1787-Abt 1845)
                7. Rebecca Greathouse (1788-      )
                8. Polly Greathouse (Abt 1792-      ) 15
                9. Jane Greathouse (Abt 1797-      ) 17

Notes
General:
Special Thanks for research on this family line go to:
Frank Neher, compiled an early version of the John Greathouse and Elizabeth Family file.
Chris Bailey, author of "The Stulls of Millsborough" and contributor of Greathouse Family research.
Vivian Morlock Taylor, contributor of Greathouse Family genealogy research and daughter of James E. Morlock, who co-authored the book "The Greathouse Family in Indiana".
Louise Johnson, contributor of Greathouse Family genealogy research, and author of numerous genealogy-related pubications.
Mary Laubner Greathouse, pioneer researcher and contributor on John and Elizabeth, John and Catherine and Samuel and Susannah Greathouse family lines.
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Source: Vivian M. Taylor:
Subsequent to the Shenandoah County tax lists, no entries for "Greathouse" were found from 1784 through 1790. Shenandoah County deed books did not show land purchases or sales by John Greathouse. The only county marriage record for a Greathouse male was that of William who married Mary Ann Livingston in 1782. John Sr. and Elizabeth were consistenly in Jessamine County, although they owned some properties elsewhere.

With regard to the tax lists, One point to remember is that "Junior" back then always meant "the younger man with the same name, living or mentioned in the records in the same county at that time." The two might or might not be father and son. Another point is that a man might own land in several counties at the same time. He will usually be shown in the county of his residence as paying tax there and also paying tax on at least some of his properties located elsewhere. He may also show up in the other counties where he owes tax. In addition, the one man may be "Junior" in some records and "Senior" in others as he ages and the next generation comes along.

In Shenandoah County, "John Senior" was the one married to Elizabeth; his children baptized there were Anna Maria and Johannes (John Junior later on), and Daniel and David were also born there while their father appeared in the tax lists.

Vivian continues:
The seventh person on the 1783 tax list in John Senior's household could have been a hired man. Others think it might have been Suzanna. It is"John Junior" in Shenandoah County was the husband of Catharina; their children baptized there were Elizabeth and Isaac.

I also think Susanna was born in Shenandoah as a daughter of John and Catharina, but not baptized. I theorize that Elizabeth and Susanna were persons 3 and 4 in John Junior's household, and that either the tax list was compiled from data before Isaac was born or he was not considered old enough to count. The reason I think Susanna was John and Catharina's daughter is that Susanna and Samuel were married in Clark County in 1796, when John and Catharina were living in Clark County; and Samuel--who had lived in Fayette near John and Elizabeth in 1795--moved to live nearer John and Catharina when he married Susanna. Then John and Catharina as well as Samuel and Susanna went to Warren County, while John and Elizabeth stayed in the part of Fayette that had become Jessamine.

In Fayette County records, the adults on the tax lists were still John Senior (husband of Elizabeth) and John Junior (husband of Catharina).

From 1798 until 1805 is the most difficult period to tell who is who. John Senior's son Johannes/John Jr. (born 1777) turned 21 in October of 1798, but he didn't always have enough income to live in his own household and be named in the tax lists for a few years. I think that "John Junior" (born 1777) was probably the second adult over 21 in John Senior's household in Jessamine in 1800. [The only other son 21 or over at that point was Daniel, but he seems to have been elsewhere until the 1810 census.] There were also a John Sr. and John Jr. in the Warren Co. tax list of 1800. There are two possibilities: John Sr. of Jessamine may have been listed as John Sr. in Warren also because he owned land there; in that case "John Jr." of Warren was the husband of Catharina. The other possibility is that Catharina's husband John was "Senior" in Warren County in 1800 because John (b. 1777; the son of John Senior of Jessamine) was in Warren also.

Harmon, a son of John and Elizabeth, was in Warren from 1799 through 1804. Then he went back to Jessamine, where he married Betsey Masoner in 1805.)

In 1802, the John Junior in Jessamine seems to be John (b. 1777). He does not appear again in the Warren tax lists.

John and Catharina show up consistently in Fayette from 1787 through 1793; Clark from 1794 through 1799; Warren, 1800-1805; Knox County, Indiana Territory, 1807; and Illinois, 1810 till death. [I can't find John in the 1820 or 1830 census, by himself or in a son's household.]

Particularly from 1805 through 1811, John Senior and Elizabeth's sons are named in the Jessamine tax lists as they establish their own households. The order is John Jr., David, Harmon, and William. Daniel is not named, but he was the only one of the sons not named in the 1810 census; and the extra people in John Senior's household that year fit Daniel and the five children (not David's) who later were married in Posey County, where Daniel died. 303,413
Marriage Notes (Elizabeth)
Source: Vivian M. Taylor - I suspect John and Elizabeth were married in Strasburg, but I don't know how to prove it without extant marriage records in that church book since Virginia counties did not record marriages until 1780. The other logical place to look would be the Tulpehocken area of Berks County, Pennsylvania. I have looked through all the marriage records I can find for that area plus the personal records of marriages and baptisms performed by Rev. Casper Stoever, and I have not found their marriage.
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