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George Mock and Sophia Muller

circa 1775-1808

near Middletown
Frederick County, VA

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First Generation



1. George Mock was born before 1743 and died from 1807 to 1808 in Frederick Co., VA.

General Notes: George and Sophia first appear together when they were married 21 Apr 1761. Their marriage is recorded in the book "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was
translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This church was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The records of the births and baptisms of George and Sophia's children also appear in this book.

Sophia is identified as the 4th child of Leonhardt Muller and Ana Maria in her baptismal record at the Muddy Creek Lutheran Church located in present day East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., PA (@1). The baptism was performed by John Casper
Stoever and the sponsors were Jacob Jr. and Sophia Weiss. The baptismal record also provided her date of birth. The Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Warwick Congregation, identify Leonhardt as Johann Leonhardt Muller.
Leonhardt remarried on 24 Apr 1750 to Barbara Eichelberger. Leonhardt's will appears in Lancaster Co., PA Will Book Y2 p.451 and names his children, including Sophia. The will was dated 2 Nov 1761 and probated 28 Nov 1761.

George's birth date was estimated assuming he was over 17 years of age when he married.

In the records of the Heidelberg Reformed Church in Schaefferstown, Lebanon Co., PA (approx. 8 miles from Warwick Twp.) George and Sophia Mock sponsored John George Mock 25 Feb 1773, the son of Henry and Eva Mock. This event was also recorded
in the bible of Henry Mock, and identifies George's full name as John George Mock. This Henry is believed to have been the brother of George.

On 30 Apr 1750 a Michael Shauk conveyed to Henry Mock The Elser Saw and Hemp Rolling Mill, located on Middle Creek, Clay Twp., Lancaster Co., PA (@2). Henry later conveyed this property to Peter Elser. Peter Elser and Henry Mock both appear in
the church records of the Warwick Congregation, along with the original owner of the above mill, Michael Kirch. (@2).

Peter Elser was the son of Hans Adam Elser and Mary Margaretha Hager (@3). Peter Elser and Henry Mock appear as passengers on board the ship "Ann" which arrived in Philadelphia 28 Sep 1749 from Rotterdam, Holland. On 28 Apr 1753 Heinrich Mock
of Warwick Twp. (now Clay, PA) and his wife (not named) [Mary Margaretha] agreed to care for her children from her first marriage that were left under her care by her late husband Hans Adam Elser. The children are identified as Peter,
Christina, Barbara and Eve (@3). Christina Elser married George Michael Eichelberger 25 Nov 1754, and Heinrich Mock and his wife Margaretha sponsored the baptism of George and Christina's daughter Maria Barbara Eichelberger at the Emmanuel
Lutheran Church in Warwick on 21 Aug 1760.

The information regarding Hans Adam Elser and his wife Mary Margaretha Hager is further corroberated by a 2nd source (@4) that states Peter Elser married Anna Margaretha Stoever, daughter of the Reverend John Caspar Stoever 16 Nov 1760 by her
father in Lebanon, PA. This source also states that Peter Elser arrived on the ship "Ann" in Philadelphia Sep 1749 and that his father was b. 1705 in Germany and married to Mary Margaretha Hager, daughter of Frederich and Barbara Hager of
Russheim (located on the Rhine River abt. 20 miles s/w of Mahhneim/Heidelberg). This source states Peter Elser's mother was widowed when she traveled to America.

And yet a third source (@5) corroberates this information, stating that Margaretha Elser was a widow from Russheim who wanted "urgently" to get to PA, and went there on the ship "Ann", arriving 28 Sep 1749. It states that Margaretha settled in
the Warwick settlement, Clay Twp., Brickerville being located in the center of the Twp.

In 1759 Heinrich and Margaret Mock sponsored a Stover child baptism. A Heinrich Mok and Caterina Mullerin also sponsored the baptism's of several of the children of George and Sophia Mock.

In the 1756 tax list of Warwick Twp. there appears a Henry Mock. On March 30, 1761 a Henry Moke from Warwick Twp. was naturalized. George Mock appears in the 1756 tax list of Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

No absolute proof that Henry is the father of George Mock has been found yet, however, the records indicate he was likely George's father and had another son named Henry. If the Henry Mock who married the widow Margaretha Elser was George's
father, it would appear that this Henry had a marriage prior to Margaretha that produced George and Henry, and that the 1st marriage and the birth of George and Henry would have probably been prior to their arrival in America.

George first appears in Frederick Co., VA 08 Sep 1775 when he purchased 307 1/2 acres of land on Cedar Creek from William Vance (@6).

George is shown as an assignee for John Ragley in the purchase of 3 acres of land one mile from Cedar Creek 14 Aug 1779 (@7). In this transaction George's last name is spelled Mauk and indicates the property was adjacent George's.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed recorded 13 Sep 1779 George leased 115 acres (@8). In another deed 01 Oct 1779 George purchased this 115 acres and an additional 100 acres (@9). George and Sophia leased this land 01 Dec 1779 (@10) and sold the
land 02 Dec 1779 (@11).

George appears in the records of the St. Paul Lutheran's Church in Strasburg, VA starting in 1782, when he is listed as having paid money to the church.George's children and several grandchildren also appear in these church records, into the
early 1800's. Of interest is several of the children of Peter Mauck Sr. of Tom's Brook, Frederick Co., VA appear in these same church records during this time period.

George was granted power of attorney 22 Apr 1784 for George Volk for the administration of Volk's property (@12). One of the witnesses was Alexander Hite.

George purchased an additional 10 acres on Cedar Creek adjacent his land 09 Mar 1790 (@13). In this deed George's last name was spelled Moke.

George appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co. VA from their inception in 1782, yearly thru 1807. This, with the below Will dates, would indicate he died between 1807 and the time the Will was proved in 1808. George also
appears yearly in the property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA from 1782 through the time of his death.

George's Will in Frederick Co., VA was dated 13 Sep 1803 and proved 04 Oct 1808 (@14). His will identifies his children as Daniel, Christopher, Catherina the wife of Jeremiah Eberly, Christina the wife of Jacob Harman, George and Susannah. In
his Will George states that his son George married a woman contrary to his wishes and was otherwise disobedient, then leaves George Jr. only $1. George Sr. also mentioned owning land in both Frederick and Shenandoah Counties.

George's personal property was appraised in Sept. 1808 (@15) and his estate sale was 28 Oct 1808 (@16). One of the buyers at George's estate sale was a Michael Mauck. This is very likely Michael Mauck, son of Frederick and Motlena Mauck, who
owned property near Middletown, where George and Sophia lived. It would appear these two families of Mock/Mauck's knew of each other. It is possible they were related but the connection is not known or proven. Sophia also appears as a buyer
at this sale.

On 26 Dec 1818 Abraham Nisewander, executor of the Will of Christopher Mock, and Rosina Mock, sold Christopher's land on plot #11 in Middletown (@17). This deed states that Christopher had wanted this land rented until the death of his mother,
after which it should be sold and the proceeds divided between his brothers and sisters. Sophia appears in the property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA residing adjacent Abraham Nisewinder and Isaac Hite (lived at Belle Meade) yearly from 1812
through 1821.

The above Michael Mauck appears in these property tax lists adjacent George from 1806 until George's death, then adjacent Sophia through 1821. The tax lists are in order of visit alphabetical by the first initial of the last name, meaning the
tax list cannot be used so show they lived adjacent each other. However, in the 1822 tax list Michael Mauck was charged 1800 dollars extra for buildings that had belonged to Sophia Mock. These tax lists show Michael owning 330 acres near
Middletown.

Of interest is that this family's last name is often spelled Muck or Muk. George's son Daniel appears in the 1810 census Frederick Co., VA as Muck and his descendants adopted this spelling in Fairfield Co., OH from 1820 onward. George's son
George appears as George Muk in the 1810 census of Montgomery Co., VA and his descendants in Harrison Co., IN adopted this spelling from 1840 on. Perhaps it was because of the way it was pronounced.

Research Notes: 1) Lancaster Co., PA Church Records of the 18th Century; Muddy Creek Lutheran Church Records; by F. Edward Wright
2) The History of Lancaster Co., PA by Ellis & Evans 1883
3) The Ancestors and Descendants of Israel and Barbara Kline LDS Film #1429817 which quotes; a) Lancaster Co. Historical Society Vol. 16 p.51 and b) Pennsylvania Germans Vol. 13 pp. 737-738.
4) Stover-Stoever-Staver-Stiver by Vernon Stiver
5) Rhineland Immigrants by Don Yoder
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #17 p.160
7) Northern Neck Land Grants Vol III p. 37 by Gertrude Gray
8) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.307
9) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.309
10) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.358
11) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.360
12) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #20 p.188 & 256
13) Northern Neck Land Grants Vol III p. 131 by Gertrude Gray
14) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
15) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.190
16) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.193
17) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #41 p.341

George married Sophia Muller, daughter of Johann Leonhardt Muller, 21 Apr 1761 in Lancaster Co., PA. Sophia was born 06 May 1737 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 30 May 1737 in East Cocalico, Lancaster Co., PA, and died about 1821 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Catherina Mock was born 10 Sep 1762 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 31 Oct 1762 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died after 1840.

Catherina married Jeremiah Eberly (d. 1824) in 1792.

+ 3 M    ii. Daniel Mock was born 08 Dec 1763 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized in 1764 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died from 1820 to 1830 in Probably Fairfield Co., OH.

Daniel married Mary Hite (d. 1830-1840) 08 Feb 1796 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 4 M    iii. Christopher Mock was born 30 Jan 1766 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 22 Jun 1766 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died in 1809 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Christopher married Rosina Baker (d. Abt 1831) 14 Oct 1808 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 5 F    iv. Christina Mock was born 26 Jan 1769 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 11 Apr 1769 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died in 1839 in Floyd Co., VA.

Christina married Jacob Harman (d. 1829) 29 Oct 1797 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 6 M    v. George Mock was born 05 Jun 1771 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 22 Jun 1771 in Lancaster Co., PA, died 01 Sep 1837 in Harrison Co., IN, and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

George married Mary Gander (d. 14 Feb 1849) 26 Aug 1802 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 7 F    vi. Susannah Mock was born about 1772 and died from 1840 to 1850.

Susannah married Philip Setzer (d. After 1850) 13 Aug 1813 in Frederick Co., VA.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Catherina Mock (George1) was born 10 Sep 1762 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 31 Oct 1762 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died after 1840.

General Notes: Catherina is identified as a daughter of George and Sophia in "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This
church was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The book also provided her birth and baptism information. Her sponsors were Henrich Mok and Caterina Mullerin.

Catherina appears in her father's Will dated 13 Sep 1803 in Frederick Co., VA (@1). The Will also identifies her husband as Jeremiah Eberly.

Jeremiah Eberly appears in his father's (Jeremiah Eberly Sr.) Frederick Co., VA Will which was proven 10 Sep 1799 (@2). Jeremiah Sr.'s Will relates that he lived adjacent Alexander Hite, who translated the Will from German to English.
Jeremiah's estate sale indicates his wifes name as Eve.

Jeremiah Eberly appears in the 1810 census of Shenandoah Co., VA at 26-45 years old and in the 1820 census of Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA 45 plus years of age.

Jeremiah Eberly Jr.'s Will appears in Shenandoah Co., VA proved 23 Aug 1824 (@4). The Will identifies his wife and children and divides up his land on Cedar Creek and in Strasburg. Jeremiah's personal estate sale is dated 08 Oct 1824 (@5).
Among the buyers was his wife, Catherina.

The will of Philip Peter Backer Sr. in 1796 (@6) identifies his grandson as Daniel Eberly, son of Jeremiah Eberly. The will does not identify Philip's daughters. In the Shenandoah Co., VA marriage records Christina Backer and Jeremiah Eberly
were married in Shenandoah Co., VA 12 Oct 1785. It would appear from this that Jeremiah Eberly married first Christina Backer who probably died, then married Catherina Mock. Daniel's birth 2 Aug 1789, baptism 30 Aug 1789 and parents (Jeremiah
and Christina) are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His sponsors were Philip Peter Becker (Baker) and wife Dorothea.

Of interest is that Daniel Eberly married Catherine Crabill 12 Feb 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA, the marriage record identifying Catherine's father as Christian Crabill. Daniel's sisters, Christina and Elizabeth, married Catherine Crabill's
brothers, William and David. Christian Crabill married Barbara Mauck 06 Feb 1782 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Barbara (b. 13 Dec 1764) was the daughter of John Mauck (b. 25 Nov 1739) and Ann Deliliah Zumwalt. John was the son of Peter Mauck of
Frederick Co., VA (@7). Barbara also appears in the household of her son William Crabill and his wife Christina Mock, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

The interesting part is that Daniel Eberly's step-mother, and Elizabeth and Christina's mother, was the daughter of George and Sophia Mock, and that their spouses were the grandchildren of John Mauck. These two lines of Mauck/Mock's are not
known to be related.

From this we know that Daniel Eberly was not the son of Jeremiah Eberly and Christina Mock. Jeremiah's Will does not indicate which marriage his other children were from.

Catherine appears in the 1830 census of Shenandoah Co., VA adjacent Daniel, George, Elizabeth, and a Philip F. Eberly. Catherine appears again in the 1840 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendants of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This book shows pictures of the bible of Jeremiah Eberly and states the bible
indicates Jeremiah [Jr.] was b. in Heilbronn on the River Neckar, Canton of Wittenberg 22 Mar 1758. It also relates that Daniel Eberly who married Catharine Crabill (dau. of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck) was the son of Jeremiah Eberly
from his first marriage to Christina, who died in 1790. Jeremiah remarried to Katherine two years later, and George, Jacob, Christina, Katherina, and Elizabeth Eberly were from this 2nd marriage.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
2) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #E p.303 & 438
3) Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed
4) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #M p.430
5) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #N p.313
6) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #E p.494
7) The Descendant's of Peter Mauck 1708-1980 by William

Catherina married Jeremiah Eberly, son of Jeremiah Eberly, in 1792. Jeremiah was born 22 Mar 1758 in Heilbronn, Canton Of Wittenberg and died in 1824 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 8 M    i. George Eberly was born 07 May 1793 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 07 Jun 1793 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

George married Mary Keil 29 Jul 1823 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

George next married Mary Hoover 21 Sep 1829 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 9 M    ii. Jacob Eberly was born 16 Jan 1795 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 25 Jan 1795 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, and died 23 Feb 1854 in North Mountain, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Jacob married Leah Pittman 17 Oct 1820 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Jacob next married Elizabeth Hockman 14 Dec 1838 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 10 F    iii. Christina Eberly was born 15 Mar 1797 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 23 Apr 1797 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 23 Apr 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Christina married William Christian Crabill (d. 08 Jul 1866) 13 Jan 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 11 F    iv. Catherine Eberly was born 14 Nov 1799 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 19 Jan 1800 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 12 F    v. Elizabeth Eberly was born 21 Aug 1802 in VA.

Elizabeth married David Crabill 17 Sep 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

3. Daniel Mock (George1) was born 08 Dec 1763 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized in 1764 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died from 1820 to 1830 in Probably Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Daniel is identified as a son of George and Sophia in "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This church
was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The book also provided his birth and baptism information. His sponsors were Christoph Oberlin and Catherina Mullerin. Christoph Oberlin was the brother of the wife of Henry Mock,
believed to be Daniel's uncle.

Daniel appears in his father's Will dated 13 Sep 1803 in Frederick Co., VA (@1).

Daniel and Mary's marriage appears in a Shenandoah Co., VA marriage bond. Giving consent was Alexander Hite. This marriage is also reported in Frederick Co., VA marriage records as having occurred in Shenandoah Co., VA. The Frederick Co.
records identify Mary's parents as Alexander and Elisabetha Hite.

Mary's birth, baptism, and parents appear in the records of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary's father, Alexander Hite, is buried in the churchyard of this church. His headstone provided his dates of birth and
death. According to the book, The Hite Family Genealogy by Dorothy W. Feigley, Alexander was a son of Jacob Hite, and Elizabeth was his first marriage. His 2nd marriage was to Catherine Neiberger in Shenandoah Co., VA 12 Mar 1781. For
further information on this Hite family, please refer to the above book.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed dated 27 Sep 1811 (@2) Daniel sold 320 acres that he, his wife Mary, his sister Susannah, and the widows of George and Christopher Mock had received from George Mock. This property was sold to Isaac Hite.

In a Shenandoah Co., VA deed dated 01 Mar 1803 (@3) Alexander Hite and his wife Catherine of Strassburgh, Shenandoah Co., VA deeded land on Cabin Run to Daniel Mock. Daniel sold this land 05 Nov 1811 (@4).

Alexander Hite's Will appears in Shenandoah Co., VA dated 07 Jan 1813 (@5) and lists one of his daughters as Mary Mock

Daniel appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA yearly starting in 1796 and continuing thru 1811.

In a Shenandoah Co. Deed dated 19 Mar 1816 (@6) Daniel appointed an attorney to represent him in Shenandoah Co. in the matter of his wife's legacy from her father Alexander Hite (dec'd). Daniel's last name is spelled Muck and he indicated he
was a resident of Fairfield Co., OH.

In a Fairfield Co., OH deed in 1819 (@7) Daniel Mock deeded land he had leased in Section 19, Twp. 14, Range 16 to Hanney Mock and Abraham Eversole. The deed identifies Hanney as his son and Abraham Eversole as his son-in-law. The signature
of Hanney appears to be Hennering.

Daniel appears in the 1820 census of Fairfield Co., OH as Daniel Muck. His descendant's retained this spelling instead of Mock. Mary Muck appears in the 1830 census of Fairfield Co., OH age 50-60 yrs. Daniel is no longer there. It is assumed
he died before this census.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #33 p.273
3) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #N p.221
4) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #S p.320
5) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #H p.340
6) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #W p.448
7) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #N p.384

Daniel married Mary Hite, daughter of Alexander Hite, 08 Feb 1796 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary was born 21 Sep 1770 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 14 Jul 1790 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, and died from 1830 to 1840.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 13 F    i. Elizabeth Mock was born 01 Oct 1796 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized in Nov 1796 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 01 Jul 1863, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

Elizabeth married Abraham Eversole (d. 13 Nov 1858) 08 Aug 1816 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 14 M    ii. Henry Muck was born 30 Nov 1797 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized in Apr 1798 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, and died after 1850.

Henry married Maria "Polly" Harrison 10 Jun 1824 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 15 M    iii. Daniel Muck was born 30 Nov 1800 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 11 Apr 1801 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 23 Jan 1848, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Daniel married Susan Scuhr (d. 21 Sep 1894) before 1828.

+ 16 F    iv. Catherine Mock was born about 1804 in VA.

+ 17 F    v. Mary Muck was born about 1808 in VA and died after 1850.

+ 18 F    vi. Nancy Muck was born about 1805 in VA.

Nancy married William Cross 21 Mar 1833 in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

4. Christopher Mock (George1) was born 30 Jan 1766 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 22 Jun 1766 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died in 1809 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Christopher is identified as a son of George and Sophia in "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This
church was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The book also provided his birth and baptism information. His sponsors were Christoph Oberlin and Catherina Mullerin. Christoph Oberlin was the brother of the wife of Henry
Mock, believed to be the brother of Christopher's father George.

Christopher is listed in the 1787 tax list of Shenandoah Co., VA with a Frederick Hoover charged with Christopher's tax.

In a Frederick Co., VA deed dated 1779 (@ 1) Christopher purchased land from a Jacob Klotz. Christopher's surname was spelled Mooke in this deed. The original deed, with additional information, was not available for copying due to the poor
condition of the book.

Christopher also appears in his father's Will dated 13 Sep 1803 (@2).

Christopher's marriage to Rosina is recorded in the Shenandoah Co. marriage records. The bondsman was George Mock.

"Rosena" is identified as a daughter of Philip Peter Baker (Backer) in her father's Will dated 1796 (@3). Rosina's birth information was obtained from The Baker Collection at the Warren Co., VA Historical Society in Front Royal, VA. This work
also indicates Rosena's name as Mary Rosena Baker. Philip Peter Baker is identified as the son of John Baker (Backer) in John's Shenandoah Co., VA will proven 2 Mar 1763 (@4).

Christopher appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1798, 1802, 1804 and 1807, and the land tax lists from 1811 through 1815, when his executor's were taxed for the land he had owned.

In the records of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA on 16 Oct 1808, Christopher and Rosina sponsored the baptism of Rosina, daughter of Henrich Schweitzer dec'd and his wife Margretha.

Christopher's Will is dated 10 Jan 1809 and was proved 04 Apr 1809 (@5). His Will names his wife Rosena and siblings Daniel, George, Catherine Everly, Christina Harman, and Susanna Mock. On 07 Aug 1809 Rosina relinquished her rights to the
property she received from her husband (@6).

On 26 Dec 1818 Abraham Nisewander, executor of the Will of Christopher Mock, and Rosina Mock, sold Christopher's land on plot #11 in Middletown (@7). This deed states that Christopher had wanted this land rented until the death of his mother,
after which it should be sold and the proceeds divided between his brothers and sisters.

Rosina appears in the 1810 (16-26 yrs), 1820 (45+ yrs), and 1830 (50-60 yrs) census of Shenandoah Co., VA. In the 1820 census she was in Strasburg.

In a Shenandoah Co. deed dated 11 Jan 1823 (@8) Rosina purchased the mansion house of Alexander Hite, near Strasburg. The deed/probate for the disposition of this home after Rosina's death was not able to be located.

The administrator of Rosina's estate was appointed in Jan 1833 (@9). Her estate was appraised in Jan 1833 and the sale was conducted the same month (@10).

Rosina also appears in the Will of Mary Elizabeth Eberly dated 04 Jan 1833 and proved 12 Oct 1835 (@11). The Will relates that Mary lived adjacent Rosina in Strasburg.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #SC4 p.54
2) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
3) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #E p.494
4) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #3 p.109
5) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #8 p.425
6) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #31 p.526
7) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #41 p.341
8) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #CC p.69
9) Shenandoah Co., VA Minute Book 1831-1882 p.135
10) Shenandoah Co., VA Minute Book 1831-1882 p.155 & 198
11) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #T p.89

Christopher married Rosina Baker 14 Oct 1808 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Rosina was born in Aug 1771 and died about 1831 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

5. Christina Mock (George1) was born 26 Jan 1769 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 11 Apr 1769 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died in 1839 in Floyd Co., VA.

General Notes: Christina is identified as a daughter of George and Sophia in "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This
church was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The book also provided her birth and baptism information. Her sponsors were Jacob Muller and wife Anna Maria Muller.

Christina appears in her father's Will dated 13 Sep 1803 in Frederick Co., VA (@1). The Will also identifies her husband as Jacob Harman.

Jacob and Christina's birth and death information were obtained from the book "Floyd County" by Dr. Amos Wood, which provides a short biography on their family. According to the book Jacob and Christina lived in Frederick Co., VA until 1802
when they moved to the area of the present day Floyd Co., VA. Jacob purchased 326 acres on West Fork of Little River where they lived until his death. It also relates that they were members of the Zion Lutheran Church near the courthouse,
where some of their children were baptized. This information also appears in "Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. This book also identifies Jacob's parents, Mathias and Elizabeth. Yet another book, "Rockingham Co.,
Virginia Personals" by Marshall Firebaugh, identifies Jacob Harman's birth data and parents, listing as it's source "Hardesty's Encyclopedia" which was published in 1884. Jacob and Christina lived in the area of Montgomery Co., VA that became
Floyd Co., VA in 1831.

Of interest is that Jacob Harman's brother, John, remained in Frederick Co., VA and John's son Solomon S. Harman married Evelina Harriet Mauck 11 Dec 1828. Evelina Mauck was the daughter of Michael Mauck and Barbara Cryzer. There is no known
relation between these two Mauck families.

Jacob does not appear in the personal property tax lists of Montgomery Co., VA until 1804.

Jacob appears in the 1810 census of Montgomery Co., VA adjacent George Muk. Jacob also appears in a Montgomery Co., VA probate inventory for Benjamin Widdle 20 Aug 1807 (@1). Witnesses include George Mack, Robert Saunders and Nathan Dabney.
The probate mentions debts to be collected by Jacob Harman.

Research Notes: 1) Mongomery Co., VA Will Book #1 p.334

Christina married Jacob Harman, son of Mathias Harman, 29 Oct 1797 in Frederick Co., VA. Jacob was born 11 Aug 1769 in PA and died in 1829 in Montgomery Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 19 F    i. Catharine Harman was born 10 Oct 1798 and was baptized 18 Nov 1798 in St. Paul's Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Catharine married Henry Smith 01 Apr 1817 in Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 20 F    ii. Susannah Harman was born 03 Jan 1800 and was baptized 06 Apr 1800 in St. Paul's Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Susannah married Christopher Sutphin 02 Feb 1819 in Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 21 M    iii. Solomon Harman was born 23 Sep 1801 and was baptized 25 Dec 1801.

+ 22 F    iv. Elizabeth Harman was born 11 Sep 1803 and was baptized 14 Jul 1805 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 23 M    v. Benjamin Harman was born 29 Jan 1805 and was baptized 14 Jul 1805 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

Benjamin married Martha "Patsy" Hylton 22 Apr 1828 in Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 24 M    vi. Jacob Harman was born 30 Jan 1807 and was baptized 24 Aug 1810 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 25 M    vii. Daniel Harman was born 13 Nov 1809 and was baptized 24 Aug 1810 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 26 M    viii. John Harman was born 04 Apr 1811, was baptized 08 Jul 1811, and died 25 Jan 1896.

+ 27 F    ix. Christina Harman was born 25 Dec 1812 and was baptized 05 Nov 1814 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

+ 28 F    x. Anna Maria "Polly" Harman was born 09 Apr 1815 and was baptized 06 Aug 1815 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

6. George Mock (George1) was born 05 Jun 1771 in Lancaster Co., PA, was baptized 22 Jun 1771 in Lancaster Co., PA, died 01 Sep 1837 in Harrison Co., IN, and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

General Notes: George is identified as a son of George and Sophia in "Records of Pastoral Acts at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, known in the 18th century as the Warwick Congregation", which was translated by the Pennsylvania German Society in 1983. This church
was located near present day Brickerville, Lancaster Co., PA. The book also provided his birth and baptism information. His sponsors were Jacob Muller and wife Anna Maria Muller.

George is listed in his father's Frederick Co., VA Will dated 13 Sep 1803 (@1). His father related that George married a woman contrary to his father's wishes and was otherwise disobedient, then leaves him only $1.

George's marriage is listed in the Frederick Co., VA marriage register. The bond identifies Mary's father as Peter Gander and the bondsman as Jacob Gander. Jacob Gander is identified as a brother of Mary in "The History and Genealogy of the
Gander Families" by Charles Harrison Gander. This book also indicates Mary's marriage to George, and provided Mary's birth information and her parent's information.

George appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1799, 1801 and 1802. George first appears in Montgomery Co., VA in the personal property tax list of 1803, and appears yearly in these tax lists through 1811.

George and Maria appear in the church records of the Zion Lutheran Church in Montgomery Co., VA 14 Jul 1805, when they sponsored the baptism of Benjamin Harman, son of Jacob Harman and Christina Mock (George's sister) (@2). George appears in a
Montgomery Co., VA probate inventory for Benjamin Widdle 20 Aug 1807 as a witness (@3). The probate also mentions debts to be collected by Jacob Harman. George is listed in the 1810 census of Montgomery Co., VA as George Muk, adjacent Jacob
Harman, husband of his sister Christina.

In a Frederick Co. deed dated 22 Jun 1811 (@4) George and Mary of Montgomery Co., VA sold seventeen acres near Belle Grove, Frederick Co., VA to Isaac Hite. This land had been received by George from his brother Christopher, who had received it
from their father. Daniel Mock was one of the witnesses. The deed is followed by a court order indicating Mary was visited in Montgomery Co. to ensure the deed met with her approval. The witnesses to this deed included Daniel Mock and Peter &
John Senseney. Peter Senseney, possibly a father of these two vs. the same Peter, lived adjacent George's parents in Frederick Co., VA in 1779 (@5).

Documentation stating that George Mock and Mary Gander moved on to Indiana has not been found. However, an examination of the records involving George and Mary Mock/Muck of Harrison Co., IN and their connections to the Gander and Senseney
families would indicate that they are the same George and Mary. The year of birth on their headstones also match those of George and Mary.

According to the "Sensiney's of America" by Barton Sensenig Dr. Peter Senseney of Frederick Co., VA had sons John and Peter. According to the Frederick Co., VA marriage records John Senseney married Nancy Gander 09 Jul 1790. John and Nancy
had sons Peter, Samuel, and Abraham who moved to Harrison Co., IN. All three of these sons appear in probate and deed records of Harrison Co., IN.

"The History and Genealogy of the Gander Families" by Charles Harrison Gander identifies Nancy as a possible sister of Mary Gander (George Mock's wife). It also identifies another sister of Mary as Magdalena Gander who married first John Pratt
and second Abraham Bline, and that Magdalene and Abraham moved to Harrison Co., IN by 1840.

A George Mauck first appears in Harrison Co., IN in the 1811 property tax list on 26 Nov for 160 acres in section 8, twp. 4, range 3. George also appears in the property tax lists for 1812, 1814, and 1817 for this same land. A review of the
deed records of Harrison Co., IN failed to locate the original purchase of this land.

On 02 Jun 1818 George Mock purchased 50 acres in Harrison Co., IN in section 18, twp. 5, range 5 (@6) and 100 acres in section 7, twp. 5, range 5 (@7).

In a Harrison Co., IN Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@8) George Muck identifies his wife as Mary and their children as Elizabeth, John, Jacob, Samuel, Margaret wife of Henry Keller, and Nancy wife of Anthony Pitman. The
administrator of this Will was Peter Senseney (son of Mary's sister Nancy).

George's land in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 was sold by some of his children on 24 Aug 1839 (@9). Additional children sold this land 02 Jun 1839 (@10), 08 Jun 1840 (@11) and 10 Jul 1843 (@12).

George and Mary are buried in the Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN. Their tombstones provided their death dates and Mary's birth year. Their daughter Rebecca and her husband are also buried in the same cemetery.

Of interest is that John Mauck/Mauk, grandson of Peter Mauck of Frederick Co., VA, also moved to Harrison Co., IN and lived there at the same time as George and Mary, and both John's and George's families appear in the church records of St.
Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. No connection has been found between the two families. John's family is further detailed in "The Descendant's of Peter Mauck" by William Wolph. Caution should be used when researching
both these families as they lived in the same area and many of their children had the same names.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
2) Harman-Harmon Genealogy & Biography by John William Harman
3) Montgomery Co., VA Will Book #1 p.334
4) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #33 p.360
5) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book #18 p.358
6) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #B p.252
7) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #B p.256
8) Harrison Co., IN Will Book #B p.84
9) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606
10) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.545
11) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #M p.211
)12) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #P p.85

George married Mary Gander, daughter of Peter Gander, 26 Aug 1802 in Frederick Co., VA. Mary was born in 1778 in PA/VA, died 14 Feb 1849 in Harrison Co., IN, and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 29 F    i. Rebecca "Margaret" Muck was born 07 May 1803 and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

Rebecca "Margaret" married Henry Keller 25 Jul 1821 in Harrison Co., IN.

+ 30 M    ii. Samuel Muck was born about 1808 in VA.

Samuel married Mary ____________ before 1832.

+ 31 M    iii. John Muck was born about 1812 in IN.

John married Ursula Fellime 28 Dec 1835 in Harrison Co., IN.

+ 32 F    iv. Nancy Muck was born before 1820.

Nancy married Anthony Pitman.

+ 33 F    v. Elizabeth Muck was born about 1820 in IN.

+ 34 M    vi. Henry Muck was born before 1821.

Henry married Jane McFadden 12 Dec 1838 in Harrison Co., IN.

+ 35 M    vii. Jacob Mock was born about 1806 in VA.

Jacob married Elizabeth Melton 01 Jul 1832 in Harrison Co., IN.

7. Susannah Mock (George1) was born about 1772 and died from 1840 to 1850.

General Notes: On 11 Jun 1797 Susannah, daughter of George Mock, received Holy Communion for the first time, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. The church records state she was 15 years old at the time she received communion.

Susannah is identified as a daughter of George and Sophia by her father's Will dated 13 Sep 1803 (@1).

In a Frederick Co. deed dated 07 Sep 1811 (@2) Susannah and her brother Daniel sold land they had inherited from their father George. Susannah appears in the personal property tax lists of Frederick Co., VA in 1811 and 1813.

Susannah and Philip's marriage appears in the Frederick Co., VA marriage register. The bondsman was Abraham Stickley.

Philip Setzer appears in the 1840 and 1850 census of Warren Co., VA which provided his birth information. In 1840 there was a female 50-60 years old in the household. By 1850 she is gone and Philip is listed with his children Henry and
Catherine. It is assumed this female in 1840 was Susannah, which provided her birth information.

Of interest is that in the 1840 census Philip appears next to Marcus Baker, bondsman of the marriage of Jacob Mauck and Abigail Shambaugh, Jacob being the son of Daniel Mauck and Rebecca Baker. Further down the same page Abigail (Shambaugh)
Mauck and a George Mauck are listed. Abigail was the wife of Jacob Mauck, son of Daniel Mauck and Rebecca Baker. George was yet a third Mauck line. All three of these Mauck lines are not known to be connected, yet apparently lived close to
each other in Warren Co. in 1840.

Research Notes: 1) Frederick Co., VA Will Book #SC2 p.145
2) Frederick Co., VA Deed Book 33 p.273

Susannah married Philip Setzer, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 13 Aug 1813 in Frederick Co., VA. Philip was born about 1776 in VA and died after 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 36 M    i. Daniel Setzer was born 04 Oct 1813 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 09 Oct 1813 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 37 M    ii. George W. Setzer was born 01 Jan 1815 in VA, died 18 Sep 1900, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

+ 38 M    iii. Henry Setzer was born 06 Dec 1815 in VA, died 05 May 1900, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

Henry married Mary Rebecca Borum (d. 24 Jun 1916) 25 Feb 1850 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 39 F    iv. Catherine Setzer was born about 1819 in VA.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


8. George Eberly (Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 07 May 1793 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 07 Jun 1793 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: George's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His sponsors were Henrich Pfeifer and wife Maria.

George is identified as a son of Jeremiah in his father's Shenandoah Co., VA Will dated 23 Aug 1824 (@1). The Will identifies Jeremiah's wife as Catharine.

George's marriage to Mary appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co., VA. The bondsman was Philip Keil. George's 2nd marriage to Susan Hoover also appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co. The bondsman was Daniel Eberly.

George appears in the 1830 census of Shenandoah Co., Va adjacent his mother. The census indicates he was 30-40 years old and he is shown with what appears to be a wife and 3 children. George and family appear in the 1840 census of Shenandoah
Co., VA.

George appears in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co. with several older children. The census provided his age, place of birth, and occupation. The children include Ellin 26 b. VA, William 25 b. VA, and John 23 b. VA. George appears again in
the 1860 census of Shenandoah Co., with Ellen and John. It is assumed these were from his first marriage to Mary Keil, based on the children's birth dates.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This book shows pictures of the bible of Jeremiah Eberly and states the bible
indicates George was born in 1793 and the son of Jeremiah Eberly and Katherine.

Research Notes: 1) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book M p.430

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Tailor/Farmer.

George married Mary Keil, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 29 Jul 1823 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary was born before 1806.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 40 F    i. Ellin Eberly was born about 1824 in VA.

+ 41 M    ii. William Eberly was born about 1825 in VA.

+ 42 M    iii. John Eberly was born about 1827 in VA.

George next married Mary Hoover, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 21 Sep 1829 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary was born before 1812.

9. Jacob Eberly (Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 16 Jan 1795 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 25 Jan 1795 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, and died 23 Feb 1854 in North Mountain, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Jacob's birth, baptism and parents appear in the records of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. The sponsors were George Mock and Elisabeth Eberly.

Jacob is identified as a son of Jeremiah in his father's Shenandoah Co., VA Will dated 23 Aug 1824 (@1). The Will identifies Jeremiah's wife as Catharine.

Jacob appears in the 1830 census of Shenandoah Co., VA which indicates his age as 30-40 years. Jacob appears what are likely his wife and 3 girls. Jacob appears in the 1840 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

In a Shenandoah Co. deed dated 17 Jan 1849 (@2) Jacob and Elizabeth his wife sold two lots adjacent Strasburg. The first of these lots they received from Mary Elizabeth Eberly dec'd, the second from his father Jeremiah. On 12 Nov 1850 Jacob
and Elizabeth sold 218 acres in Shenandoah Co. (@3). On 28 Apr 1842 (@4) Jacob and Elizabeth sold four half acre lots that Jacob originally inherited from his father Jeremiah. On 7 Mar 1846 Jacob and Elizabeth sold 49 1/2 acres that
originally had been left to the sons of Jeremiah Eberly: George, Daniel, and Jacob (@5). This last land was sold to Catharine Eberly.

Jacob Eberly's first marriage, to Leah Pittman, appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co., VA. Emmanuel Pittman name was the bondsman. Jacob's 2nd marriage, to Elizabeth Hockman, also appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co.,
VA. The bondsman was George Hockman.

Jacob and Elizabeth appears in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA with several of Jacob and Leah's children, and several of Jacob and Elizabeth's children. This census provided their ages and place of birth.

Jacob's death was reported by his wife Elizabeth in the Shenandoah Co., VA Death Register. The death record provided his place and dates of birth and death. The cause of death is illegible (dysf___).

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This book shows pictures of the bible of Jeremiah Eberly and states the bible
indicates Jacob was born in 1795 and the son of Jeremiah Eberly and Katherine.

Research Notes: 1) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #M p.430
2) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #XX p.507
3) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #ZZ p.103
4) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #TT p.212
5) Shenandoah Co., VA Deed Book #VV p.353

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Tailor.

Jacob married Leah Pittman, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 17 Oct 1820 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Leah was born before 1803.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 43 F    i. Margaret Eberly was born about 1830 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Margaret married Lawrence Hamman 28 Sep 1854 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 44 F    ii. Rebecca Eberly was born about 1832 in VA.

+ 45 M    iii. Daniel Eberly was born about 1834 in VA.

Jacob next married Elizabeth Hockman, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 14 Dec 1838 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Elizabeth was born about 1810 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 46 F    i. Susan Eberly was born about 1841 in VA.

+ 47 M    ii. George Eberly was born 27 Nov 1848 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 12 Nov 1914, and was buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

George married Martha "Mattie" Henry (d. 11 Apr 1916) 25 Dec 1876 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

10. Christina Eberly (Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 15 Mar 1797 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 23 Apr 1797 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 23 Apr 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Christina's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the church records of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Her sponsor was Christina Mock.

Christina is identified as a daughter of Jeremiah in her father's Shenandoah Co., VA Will dated 23 Aug 1824 (@1). The Will identifies Jeremiah's wife as Catharine, but it is unknown if Christina was from Jeremiah's first marriage to Christina
Backer, or second marriage to Catharine Mauck.

Christina's marriage to William appears in the Shenandoah Co., VA marriage records. The marriage record identifies her father as Jeremiah Eberly. William is identified as a son of Christian and Barbara Crabill in his father's Will dated 20
Feb 1829 and proved 11 May 1829 (@2). William was baptised at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, which provided his baptism and birth dates (@3).

William and Christina appear in the 1850 and 1860 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided their age, State of birth, and his occupation. Of interest is that William's mother, Barbara (Mauck) Crabill is also living with them in 1850.
The census also provided her birth data. Barbara was the daughter of John Mauck and grandaughter of Peter Mauck (see Jeremiah Eberly for further).

William and Barbara are buried in the Crabill Cemetery near Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook.

Research Notes: 1) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #M p.430
2) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book P p.99
3) The Descendants of Peter Mauck 1708-1980 by William Wolph

Christina married William Christian Crabill, son of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck, 13 Jan 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA. William Christian was born 07 Nov 1796 in VA, was baptized 19 Mar 1797 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 08 Jul 1866 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 48 M    i. Joseph E. Crabill was born 27 Jan 1822 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 24 Dec 1897 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Joseph E. married Regina A. Sonner 28 Feb 1856 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 49 M    ii. Isaac Crabill was born 06 Dec 1823 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 15 Nov 1856 in Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 50 M    iii. John Crabill was born 24 Sep 1827 in VA, died 20 Mar 1838 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 51 M    iv. Daniel B. Crabill was born 24 Sep 1828 in Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 11 Apr 1908 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Daniel B. married Elizabeth M. Dixon (d. 30 Jan 1859) 16 Nov 1854 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Daniel B. next married Rachel Susannah Will (d. 20 Nov 1903) 15 Aug 1861 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 52 M    v. David Jeremiah Crabill was born 30 Jan 1831 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 11 Oct 1910.

David Jeremiah married Mary Ellen Swartz (d. 1918) 10 Nov 1853 in Frederick Co., VA.

+ 53 F    vi. Mary Catherine Crabill was born 20 Jul 1837 in VA, died 24 Aug 1840 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 54 F    vii. Elizabeth Anne Crabill was born 13 Jul 1841 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 12 May 1923 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Elizabeth Anne married Harrison Crabill (d. 20 Aug 1901) 21 Dec 1865 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 55 M    viii. Jacob Crabill was born about 1853 in VA.

11. Catherine Eberly (Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 14 Nov 1799 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 19 Jan 1800 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Catharina's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Her sponsors were Henrich Schweitzer and wife Margretha.

Catherine is identified as a daughter of Jeremiah in her father's Shenandoah Co., VA Will dated 23 Aug 1824 (@1).

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This book shows pictures of the bible of Jeremiah Eberly and states the bible
indicates Katherina was born in 1799 and the daughter of Jeremiah Eberly and Katherine.

Research Notes: 1) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #M p.430

12. Elizabeth Eberly (Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 21 Aug 1802 in VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Jeremiah in her father's Shenandoah Co., VA Will dated 23 Aug 1824 (@1). The Will identifies Jeremiah's wife as Catharine, but it is unknown if Elizabeth was from Jeremiah's first marriage to Christina
Backer, or second marriage to Catharine Mauck.

Elizabeth's marriage to David appears in the Shenandoah Co., VA marriage records. Elizabeth's father in this record is indicated as Ferriner with a big question mark. Apparently the spelling of Jeremiah was not clear.

Elizabeth and David's age were estimated assuming they were over 17 when married. David is identified as a son of Christian and Barbara Crabill in his father's Will dated 20 Feb 1829 and proved 11 May 1829 (@2).

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

Research Notes: 1) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #M p.430
2) Shenandoah Co., VA Will Book #P p.99

Elizabeth married David Crabill, son of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck, 17 Sep 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA. David was born 23 Jun 1794 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 56 M    i. John Jeremiah Crabill was born 18 Sep 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 11 Mar 1831.

+ 57 M    ii. William Christian Crabill was born 13 Nov 1824 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 58 M    iii. Eli Edmond Crabill was born 24 Nov 1826 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died in 1874.

+ 59 M    iv. Jacob Alfred Crabill was born 15 Feb 1829 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 60 M    v. George Jackson Crabill was born 16 Sep 1831 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died in 1904 in KS.

+ 61 M    vi. Uriah Francis Crabill was born 10 Feb 1835 in Champaign Co., OH.

+ 62 F    vii. Sarah Catherine Crabill was born 01 Jun 1837 in Putnam Co., OH.

+ 63 F    viii. Mary Elizabeth Crabill was born 19 Oct 1840 in Putnam Co., OH.

+ 64 M    ix. Benjamin Franklin Crabill was born 13 Aug 1843 in Putnam Co., OH.

+ 65 F    x. Naomi Ann Crabill was born 13 Aug 1843 in Putnam Co., OH.

13. Elizabeth Mock (Daniel2, George1) was born 01 Oct 1796 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized in Nov 1796 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 01 Jul 1863, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Elizabeth's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Her sponsors were Jeremiah Eberly and his wife Catharina (Elizabeth's aunt).

In a Fairfield Co., OH deed in 1819 (@7) Daniel Mock deeded land he had leased in Section 19, Twp. 14, Range 16 to Hanney Mock and Abraham Eversole. The deed identifies Hanney as his son and Abraham Eversole as his son-in-law.

Elizabeth's marriage to Abraham was obtained from the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records, which indicate Elizabeth as Betsey Muck.

Daniel and Elizabeth appear together in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH with their children and Elizabeth's sister, Mary Muck. The census provided the family's birth information.

Abraham also appears in the 1820, 1830, and 1840 census of Fairfield Co., OH.

Abraham and Elizabeth are buried in the St. Michael's Reformed Church Cemetery in Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their dates of death, and Abraham's date of birth. Elizabeth's headstone states she died 1 Jul 1863
at the age of 66 years 9 days. This age conflicts slightly with the birthdate found in the St. Paul's Luthern Church records. Tombstones are known to be slightly off on dates, so the church record date was used in this work.

Elizabeth married Abraham Eversole, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 08 Aug 1816 in Fairfield Co., OH. Abraham was born 15 Oct 1789 in VA, died 13 Nov 1858, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 66 F    i. Catherine Eversole was born about 1820 in OH.

+ 67 M    ii. David Eversole was born 07 Apr 1822, died 26 May 1879, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

David married Ellen ____________ (d. 19 Oct 1850).

David next married Catharine ____________ (d. 07 May 1860).

David next married Susan ____________ (d. 06 Jun 1881).

+ 68 F    iii. Nancy Eversole was born about 1825 in OH.

+ 69 M    iv. John Eversole was born about 1827 in OH.

+ 70 F    v. Susanna Eversole was born about 1829 in OH.

+ 71 M    vi. Isaac Eversole was born about 1832 in OH.

+ 72 F    vii. Margaret Eversole was born about 1836 in OH.

+ 73 F    viii. Louisa Eversole was born about 1840 in OH.

14. Henry Muck (Daniel2, George1) was born 30 Nov 1797 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized in Apr 1798 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, and died after 1850.

General Notes: Henry's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His sponsor was Jacob Hite.

In a Fairfield Co., OH deed in 1819 (@1) Daniel Mock deeded land he had leased in Section 19, Twp. 14, Range 16 to Hanney Mock and Abraham Eversole. The deed identifies Hanney as his son and Abraham Eversole as his son-in-law. The signature
of Hanney appears to be Hennering. This was apparently Henry.

Henry's marriage to Maria was obtained from the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records which indicated Maria's name as Polly.

Henry appears with his family in the 1830, 1840, and 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

Henry married Maria "Polly" Harrison, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 10 Jun 1824 in Fairfield Co., OH. Maria "Polly" was born about 1802 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 74 M    i. Alexanda Muck was born about 1826 in OH.

+ 75 F    ii. Barbara Muck was born about 1827 in OH.

+ 76 F    iii. Mary Muck was born about 1827 in OH.

+ 77 M    iv. David Muck was born about 1829 in OH.

+ 78 M    v. Henry Muck was born in 1828 in OH, died in 1913, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Henry married Hannah Steward (d. 1911) 24 Aug 1854 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 79 M    vi. George Muck was born about 1833 in OH.

+ 80 F    vii. Elizabeth Muck was born about 1835 in OH.

Elizabeth married James E. Newton 13 Jul 1853 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 81 M    viii. Robert Muck was born about 1837 in OH.

+ 82 M    ix. John Muck was born about 1846 in OH.

15. Daniel Muck (Daniel2, George1) was born 30 Nov 1800 in Shenandoah Co., VA, was baptized 11 Apr 1801 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 23 Jan 1848, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Daniel's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His sponsors were Jacob Feisel and wife Susanna.

Daniel appears in the 1830 and 1840 census of Fairfield Co., OH.

On 04 Feb 1841 Daniel and Susan sold land in range 19, twp. 14, section 15 (@1). Susan received this land from the estate of her mother, Barbara, who had received it upon the death of Susan's father, John Scuhr (@2). In several deeds
following this one John's children are named. These deeds spell their surname as Scuhr, Schur, Shurrh, and Schurr, and indicate the land totaled 60 acres.

On 11 Jan 1848 Susan bought back some of the land in section 19, twp. 14, range 16 of Fairfield Co., OH (@3).

Susan appears without Daniel but with their children in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census also provided their birth information. Susan appears again in the 1860 census of Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, living with her son
Elias. She is indicated as widowed.

Daniel and Susan are buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #14 p.257
2) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #M p.376
3) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #14 p.455

Daniel married Susan Scuhr before 1828. Susan was born 30 Sep 1806 in OH, died 21 Sep 1894, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 83 F    i. Louisa Muck was born about 1828 in OH.

+ 84 M    ii. Isaac M. Muck was born 25 Dec 1830 in OH, died 16 Feb 1902, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Isaac M. married Grace M. Coffman (d. 20 Apr 1915) 15 Oct 1853 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 85 M    iii. Elias Muck was born 03 Jun 1833 in OH, died 08 Aug 1900, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Elias married Mary D. Turk (d. 01 Oct 1904) 26 Oct 1862 in Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 86 M    iv. John Muck was born about 1835 in OH.

+ 87 M    v. Daniel Muck was born 27 Dec 1835 in OH, died 29 Aug 1910, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Daniel married Carrie ____________ (d. 09 Oct 1910).

+ 88 F    vi. Maria M. Muck was born 17 Apr 1838 in OH, died 15 Jul 1918, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 89 M    vii. David M. Muck was born 06 Dec 1840 in OH, died 13 Aug 1918, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

16. Catherine Mock (Daniel2, George1) was born about 1804 in VA.

General Notes: Catherine appears in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH living with the family of a Moses Craig. She is living several homes adjacent the families of Henry Muck and Susan Muck, wife of Daniel Muck. She appears again in the 1860 census of
Fairfield Co., OH, with several of the children of Moses Craig.

There is no direct proof that Catherine is a daughter of Daniel and Mary Muck. It is assumed because she is the right age, living near Daniel's other children, and the 1810 and 1820 census indicate another daughter that has not been located.
It is likely this is her.

17. Mary Muck (Daniel2, George1) was born about 1808 in VA and died after 1850.

General Notes: Mary appears in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH living in the household of her sister Elizabeth and her husband Abraham Eversole. The census provided her birth information.

There is no direct proof that Mary is the daughter of Daniel and Mary Mock. From her age, place of birth and the census records enumerating Daniel and Mary's family it is believed she was probably his daughter.

18. Nancy Muck (Daniel2, George1) was born about 1805 in VA.

General Notes: Nancy's marriage to William appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Their marriage also appears in the newspaper The Ohio Eagle (@1) 06 Apr 1833, which related they are both of Hocking Twp and were married the previous Sunday by the
Rev. J. Spurgeon.

There is no direct proof that Nancy is the daughter of Daniel Mock and Mary Hite. In the 1810 and 1820 census they had 1 daughter that has not been accounted for. This was probably her.

William and Nancy appear in the 1860 census of Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided their birth data and his occupation.

Research Notes: 1) Ohio Eagle Abstracts by Dorothy Mercy

Nancy married William Cross, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 21 Mar 1833 in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. William was born about 1800 in VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 90 M    i. Abraham Cross was born about 1841 in OH.

+ 91 M    ii. James Cross was born about 1841 in OH.

+ 92 M    iii. Henry Cross was born about 1844 in OH.

+ 93 M    iv. Amas Cross was born about 1845 in OH.

+ 94 M    v. Daniel Cross was born about 1847 in OH.

+ 95 F    vi. Mary Ann Cross was born about 1851 in OH.

+ 96 F    vii. Catharine Cross was born about 1853 in OH.

+ 97 F    viii. Margaret Cross was born about 1855 in OH.

+ 98 M    ix. William Cross was born about 1859 in OH.

19. Catharine Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 10 Oct 1798 and was baptized 18 Nov 1798 in St. Paul's Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Catherine's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of her baptism were Jeremiah Eberly and Christina Mock. Catharine's marriage to Henry appears in the
marriage records of Montgomery Co., VA.

Catharine married Henry Smith, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 01 Apr 1817 in Montgomery Co., VA. Henry was born before 1800.

20. Susannah Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 03 Jan 1800 and was baptized 06 Apr 1800 in St. Paul's Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Susannah's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsor of her baptism was Maria Harman. Susannah's marriage to Christopher was obtained from the marriage
records of Montgomery Co., VA.

Susannah married Christopher Sutphin, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 02 Feb 1819 in Montgomery Co., VA. Christopher was born before 1802.

21. Solomon Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 23 Sep 1801 and was baptized 25 Dec 1801.

General Notes: All of Solomon's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of his baptism were Jeremiah Eberly and Christina Mock.

22. Elizabeth Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 11 Sep 1803 and was baptized 14 Jul 1805 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: All of Elizabeth's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book relates that the sponsor of her baptism was her mother.

23. Benjamin Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 29 Jan 1805 and was baptized 14 Jul 1805 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: Benjamin's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of his baptism were his mother's brother, George Mock, and his wife Maria. Benjamin's marriage to Martha
appears in the marriage records of Montgomery Co., VA.

Benjamin married Martha "Patsy" Hylton 22 Apr 1828 in Montgomery Co., VA. Martha "Patsy" was born before 1811.

24. Jacob Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 30 Jan 1807 and was baptized 24 Aug 1810 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: All of Jacob's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of his baptism were his parents.

25. Daniel Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 13 Nov 1809 and was baptized 24 Aug 1810 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: All of Daniel's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of his baptism were George Phleger and wife.

26. John Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 04 Apr 1811, was baptized 08 Jul 1811, and died 25 Jan 1896.

General Notes: John's parents and birth information were obtained from The Harman Genealogy by John Harman.

27. Christina Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 25 Dec 1812 and was baptized 05 Nov 1814 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: All of Christina's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsor of her baptism was Elizabeth Goodykoontz

28. Anna Maria "Polly" Harman (Christina Mock2, George1) was born 09 Apr 1815 and was baptized 06 Aug 1815 in Zion Church, Montgomery Co., VA.

General Notes: All of Anna's information was obtained from "The Harman-Harmon Genealogy and Biography" by John William Harman. The book states the sponsors of her baptism were Casper Smith and wife.

29. Rebecca "Margaret" Muck (George2, George1) was born 07 May 1803 and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

General Notes: Margaret is identified as a daughter of George and Mary Mock, and the wife of Henry Keller, in her father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@1) in Harrison Co., IN.

Margaret and Henry's marriage appears in the Harrison Co., IN marriage records. Their age was estimated assuming they were over 17 when married. In the marriage record Margaret appears as Rebecca.

In a Harrison Co., VA deed dated 24 Aug 1839 (@2) Rebecca Keller sold her 1/6th of her father's land in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 to her brother Samuel and his wife Mary.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606

Rebecca "Margaret" married Henry Keller, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 25 Jul 1821 in Harrison Co., IN. Henry was born before 1804 and was buried in Hottel Cemetery, Washington Twp., Harrison Co., IN.

30. Samuel Muck (George2, George1) was born about 1808 in VA.

General Notes: Samuel is identified as a son of George and Mary Mock in his father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@1) in Harrison Co., IN.

In a Harrison Co., IN deed dated 24 Aug 1839 Samuel and his wife Mary purchased the land his brother John and sisters Rebecca, Nancy and Elizabeth inherited from their father. This land was in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 of Harrison Co., IN.
This deed states that Samuel and his wife were from Gibson Co., IN.

Samuel and Mary appear in the 1850 and 1860 census of Gibson Co., IN. The census provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Samuel married Mary ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1832. Mary was born about 1810 in TN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 99 M    i. Eliza J. Muck was born about 1832 in IN.

+ 100 M    ii. George S. Muck was born about 1834 in IN.

+ 101 F    iii. Cynthia L. Muck was born about 1836 in OH.

+ 102 M    iv. Samuel H. Muck was born about 1859 in IN.

31. John Muck (George2, George1) was born about 1812 in IN.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of George and Mary Mock in his father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@1) in Harrison Co., IN.

John's marriage to Ursula appears in the Harrison Co., IN marriage records. The marriage was performed by Henry Bonebrake.

In a Harrison Co., VA deed dated 24 Aug 1839 (@2) John and Ursula his wife sold his 1/6th of his father's land in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 to his brother Samuel and his wife Mary.

John and Ursula appear in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN, which provided their birth data and his occupation.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

John married Ursula Fellime, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 28 Dec 1835 in Harrison Co., IN. Ursula was born about 1816 in IN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 103 F    i. Julian Muck was born about 1839 in IN.

+ 104 F    ii. Ester Muck was born about 1841 in IN.

+ 105 F    iii. Elizabeth Muck was born about 1843 in IN.

+ 106 M    iv. George Muck was born about 1847 in IN.

+ 107 F    v. Sarah Muck was born in Feb 1850 in IN.

32. Nancy Muck (George2, George1) was born before 1820.

General Notes: Nancy is identified as a daughter of George and Mary Mock, and the wife of Anthony Pitman, in her father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@1) in Harrison Co., IN.

In a Harrison Co., VA deed dated 24 Aug 1839 (@2) Anthony Pitman and Nancy his wife sold her 1/6th of her father's land in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 to her brother Samuel and his wife Mary.

In another deed dated 15 Jan 1839 (@3) Anthony purchased 80 acres in section 7, twp. 3, range 5 of Harrison Co., IN.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606
3) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #E p.447

Nancy married Anthony Pitman, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Anthony was born before 1820.

33. Elizabeth Muck (George2, George1) was born about 1820 in IN.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of George and Mary Mock in her father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@1) in Harrison Co., IN.

In a Harrison Co., VA deed dated 24 Aug 1839 (@2) Elizabeth sold her 1/6th of her father's land in section 8, twp. 4, range 3 to her brother Samuel and his wife Mary. Elizabeth appears in the home of her brother Samuel in the 1850 census of
Gibson Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606

34. Henry Muck (George2, George1) was born before 1821.

General Notes: Henry appears in a Harrison Co., IN deed dated 02 Jun 1839 (@1) when he and his wife Jane sold land that he had inherited from his father George Mock. This land was located in section 7, twp. 5, range 3 and section 18, twp. 5, range 3 in
Harrison Co., IN. This deed spells their surname as Mauck. The deed states that Henry laid claim to this land as an heir of George, dec'd. George's Will in Harrison Co., IN dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837 (@2) lists 3 sons but does
not include Henry.

Henry's marriage to Jane was obtained from the Harrison Co., IN marriage records. Henry and Jane's ages were estimated assuming they were over 17 when married.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.545
2) Harrison Co., IN Will Book #B p.84

Henry married Jane McFadden, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 12 Dec 1838 in Harrison Co., IN. Jane was born before 1821.

35. Jacob Mock (George2, George1) was born about 1806 in VA.

General Notes: Jacob is identified as a son of George Mock in his father's Will dated 01 Sep 1837 and proved 18 Sep 1837(@1). Jacob inherited 1/6th of his father's land (@2). Jacob

Jacob's marriage to Elizabeth appears in the marriage records of Harrison Co., IN. The marriage was performed by Henry Bonebrake, minister.

In a Harrison Co., IN deed dated 08 Jun 1840 (@3) a Levi Mauck sold 27 1/2 acres he had inherited from the estate of George Mock. This Levi was probably Jacob, as all of the other land except Jacob's had been sold by all of George's children
to their brother Samuel and his wife Mary. Levi appears again in a suit that was settled by the division of his land 15 Sep 1862 (@4). It is unknown if Jacob was actually Jacob Levi Mauck or Levi Jacob Mauck.

Jacob Muck appears in the 1850 census of Harrsion Co., IN age 44 yrs b. VA with his wife, children, and George Keller, son of his sister Rebecca.

Research Notes: 1) Harrison Co., IN Will Book B p.84
2) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #L p.606
3) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #M p.211
4) Harrison Co., IN Deed Book #F2 p.589

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Jacob married Elizabeth Melton, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 01 Jul 1832 in Harrison Co., IN. Elizabeth was born about 1814 in IN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 108 F    i. Mary Muck was born about 1834 in IN.

+ 109 F    ii. Catharine Muck was born about 1836 in IN.

+ 110 F    iii. Nancy Muck was born about 1838 in IN.

+ 111 M    iv. David Muck was born about 1841 in IN.

+ 112 F    v. Sarah A. Muck was born about 1843 in IN.

36. Daniel Setzer (Susannah Mock2, George1) was born 04 Oct 1813 in Shenandoah Co., VA and was baptized 09 Oct 1813 in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Daniel's birth, baptism and parents are identified in the records of St. Paul's Luthern Church in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His sponsors were his parents.

37. George W. Setzer (Susannah Mock2, George1) was born 01 Jan 1815 in VA, died 18 Sep 1900, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

General Notes: George's Shenandoah Co. Will was dated 05 May 1900 and proved Oct 1900 (@1), and leaves his property to the children of his brother Henry. From this it appears George died without having married.

George is buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA alongside his brother Henry. His headstone provided his birth and death dates.

38. Henry Setzer (Susannah Mock2, George1) was born 06 Dec 1815 in VA, died 05 May 1900, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

General Notes: Henry and Rebecca appear with his father Philip in the 1850 census of Warren Co., VA. The census provided Rebecca's birth information. Henry's marriage to Rebecca and their child Mary were obtained from Mary's marriage record in Warren Co.,
VA, and the Warren Co., VA birth records for Mary and Jesse, their children. Both birth records identifiy their mother as Mary Rebecca Setzer.

According to Shenandoah Co., VA marriage records Henry and Mary Rebecca Borum were married 25 Feb 1850 and her father is identified as Isaac. Isaac Boram married Scotty Keller 8 May 1828 in Shenandoah Co., VA. The bondsman was Jacob Miller.

Henry and Mary appear in the 1870 census of Shenandoah Co., VA, which provided his occupation. Henry and Mary are buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Henry married Mary Rebecca Borum, daughter of Isaac Borum and Scotty Keller, 25 Feb 1850 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary Rebecca was born 16 May 1832 in VA, died 24 Jun 1916, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 113 F    i. Emma G. Setzer was born in Feb 1851 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died in 1919, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

Emma G. married James J. Crawford (d. 17 Jan 1895) 14 Nov 1872 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 114 F    ii. Mary Catherine Setzer was born in Dec 1854 in Warren Co., VA, died in 1944, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

Mary Catherine married A.M. Jenkins 11 Sep 1879 in Warren Co., VA.

+ 115 M    iii. George D. Setzer was born 24 Aug 1860 in VA, died 18 Oct 1870, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

+ 116 F    iv. Blanche Setzer was born in May 1870 in VA.

Blanche married D.C. Cone (d. Bef 1900).

+ 117 F    v. Jesse Warren Setzer was born 05 Dec 1874 in Warren Co., VA.

39. Catherine Setzer (Susannah Mock2, George1) was born about 1819 in VA.

General Notes: Catherine appears with her father Philip in the 1850 census of Warren Co., VA. The census provided her birth information.


Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)


40. Ellin Eberly (George Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1824 in VA.

General Notes: Ellin appears with her father George in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

41. William Eberly (George Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1825 in VA.

General Notes: William appears with his father George in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

42. John Eberly (George Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1827 in VA.

General Notes: John appears with his father George in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

43. Margaret Eberly (Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1830 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Margaret is identified as the daughter of Jacob and Leah Eberly by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage, which also identified their parents, place of birth, age at marriage, and his occupation. The marriage of Lawrence's parents, Peter Hamman and
Mary Keller, also appears in the marriage records 27 Dec 1817 of Shenandoah Co., VA and identifies Mary as the daughter of Henry Keller.

Margaret is probably the Mary that appears with her father and stepmother, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

Margaret married Lawrence Hamman 28 Sep 1854 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Lawrence was born about 1824 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

44. Rebecca Eberly (Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1832 in VA.

General Notes: Rebecca appears with her father and stepmother, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

45. Daniel Eberly (Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1834 in VA.

General Notes: Daniel appears with his father and stepmother, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

46. Susan Eberly (Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1841 in VA.

General Notes: Susan appears with her father and mother, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

47. George Eberly (Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 27 Nov 1848 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 12 Nov 1914, and was buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: George appears with his father and mother, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided his birth data. George and Mattie's marriage appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co., VA and identifies
their parents, place of birth, age at marriage and George's occupation. The marriage was performed by F.H. Richey. The Shenandoah Co. marriage of Mattie's parents, Stewart Henry and Elizabeth Pfifer 3 Jul 1851 also appears in the marriage
records of Shenandoah Co. The marriage affidavit was filed by Levi Pfifer.

George and Mrtha are buried adjacent in the Mt. Olive Methodist Cemetery 2 1/2 miles northwest of Tom's Brook in Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Clerk.

George married Martha "Mattie" Henry 25 Dec 1876 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Martha "Mattie" was born 27 Sep 1857 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 11 Apr 1916, and was buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 118 F    i. Clara Eberly was born about 1877 and died 12 Oct 1882.

48. Joseph E. Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 27 Jan 1822 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 24 Dec 1897 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Joseph is identified as a son of William and Christena Crabill by his Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Regina Sonner, which provided their birth data, his parents and occupation. The record indicates the marriage was at Susannah Sonner's
home and that Joseph was widowed. The marriage was performed by William Lutz.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book provided the birth, death and 1st marriage info for Joseph.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Cabinet Maker.

Joseph E. married Regina A. Sonner 28 Feb 1856 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Regina A. was born about 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

49. Isaac Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 06 Dec 1823 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 15 Nov 1856 in Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Isaac appears with his parents, William and Christina, in the 1850 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. Isacc is buried in the Crabill Cemetery in Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA. His tombstone provided his birth and death dates.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. It also provided Isaac's birth and death data, in addition to the above source.

50. John Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 24 Sep 1827 in VA, died 20 Mar 1838 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: John is identified as a son of William and Christina by his headstone, which also provided his dates of birth and death. He is buried in the Crabill Cemetery near Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book states John was b. 1834 and died 1838, but does not provide it's source for this info.

51. Daniel B. Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 24 Sep 1828 in Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA, died 11 Apr 1908 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Daniel is identified as a son of William and Christena Crabill by his Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Rachel Will, which provided their ages, State of birth, his parents and occupation. The record indicates Daniel was widowed. The
marriage was performed by Hy St. John Rinker, who was a minister with the Lutheran Reformed Church (@1). Daniel appears with his parents in the 1860 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

Daniel and Rachel are buried in the Crabill Cemetery near Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book also provided the information for Daniel's birth, marriage, and death, and the info on his 1st marriage.

Research Notes: 1) Marriages, Shenandoah Co., VA 1850-1882 by Duane L. Borden

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Daniel B. married Elizabeth M. Dixon, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 16 Nov 1854 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Elizabeth M. was born 01 May 1836 and died 30 Jan 1859.

Daniel B. next married Rachel Susannah Will 15 Aug 1861 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Rachel Susannah was born 11 Feb 1830 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 20 Nov 1903 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 119 M    i. Samuel D. Crabill was born about 1864 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Samuel D. married Daisy I. Albert 28 Mar 1889 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 120 F    ii. Lucy Virginia Crabill was born 06 Sep 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 11 May 1921, and was buried in New Keller Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Lucy Virginia married Martin L. Wisman (d. 12 Aug 1914) 04 Apr 1900 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 121 F    iii. Martha E. Crabill was born about 1873 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Martha E. married David A. Bowman 26 Oct 1893 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

52. David Jeremiah Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 30 Jan 1831 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 11 Oct 1910.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book provided all of the data on David and his wife.

David Jeremiah married Mary Ellen Swartz, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 10 Nov 1853 in Frederick Co., VA. Mary Ellen was born in 1833 and died in 1918.

53. Mary Catherine Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 20 Jul 1837 in VA, died 24 Aug 1840 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of William and Christina by her headstone, which also provided her dates of birth and death. She is buried in the Crabill Cemetery near Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book also provided the birth and death years for Mary, and her full middle name of Catherine.

54. Elizabeth Anne Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 13 Jul 1841 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 12 May 1923 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of William and Christena Crabill by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Harrison Crabill, which provided their ages, State of birth, his parents and occupation. The marriage was performed by William
Rusmiselle who with the Lutheran Church (@1). Elizabeth appears with her parents in the 1850 and 1860 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

Harrison and Elizabeth are buried in the Crabill Cemetery near Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book also lists the information on Elizabeth and Harrison's birth, marriage and death, however indicates Harrison's birth date as 31 May 1839.

Research Notes: 1) Marriages, Shenandoah Co., VA 1850-1882 by Duane L. Borden

Elizabeth Anne married Harrison Crabill 21 Dec 1865 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Harrison was born 31 Aug 1839 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 20 Aug 1901 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and was buried in Crabill Cemetery, Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 122 F    i. Sidney Crabill was born 29 Sep 1862 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 02 Mar 1920, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Sidney married Purnell Bennet Kronk (d. 22 Sep 1926) 24 Dec 1891 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 123 F    ii. Susan W. Crabill was born 21 Apr 1873 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 30 Apr 1962, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Susan W. married Andrew Franklin Wright (d. 01 Jul 1936) 29 Dec 1898 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 124 F    iii. Annie R. Crabill was born in 1875 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died in 1957, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Annie R. married Francis L. Richard (d. 1941) 12 Apr 1903 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

+ 125 M    iv. Gilbert Cleveland Crabill was born about 1884 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

55. Jacob Crabill (Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1853 in VA.

General Notes: Jacob appears with his parents, William and Christina, in the 1860 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided his birth data.

"How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, death and descendant's of William and Christina
and states they lived and are buried on the Crabill Family homestead in Tom's Brook. This book does not list Jacob as their son. They may have not known about him, or he may have been a nephew living with them in 1860.

56. John Jeremiah Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 18 Sep 1821 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died 11 Mar 1831.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on John was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

57. William Christian Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 13 Nov 1824 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on William was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

58. Eli Edmond Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 24 Nov 1826 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died in 1874.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Eli was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

59. Jacob Alfred Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 15 Feb 1829 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Jacob was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

60. George Jackson Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 16 Sep 1831 in Shenandoah Co., VA and died in 1904 in KS.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on George was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

61. Uriah Francis Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 10 Feb 1835 in Champaign Co., OH.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Uriah was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

62. Sarah Catherine Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 01 Jun 1837 in Putnam Co., OH.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Sarah was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

63. Mary Elizabeth Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 19 Oct 1840 in Putnam Co., OH.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Mary was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

64. Benjamin Franklin Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 13 Aug 1843 in Putnam Co., OH.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Benjamin was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

65. Naomi Ann Crabill (Elizabeth Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 13 Aug 1843 in Putnam Co., OH.

General Notes: "How We Came To Be...A History of the Crabill Family" by Robert and Patricia Crabill lists the family and descendant's of Christian Crabill and Barbara Mauck. This books also lists the birth, marriage and descendant's of David and Elizabeth
and states they moved to Urbana, Champaign Co., OH by 1835 and appear in the 1850 census of Sugar Creek Twp., Putnam Co., OH.

All of the info on Naomi was obtained from this book. For further information on this family, refer to this book.

66. Catherine Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1820 in OH.

General Notes: Catherine appears with her parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information. Catherine's marriage to Henry appears in the marriage records of Fairfield Co., OH.

67. David Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born 07 Apr 1822, died 26 May 1879, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: David and his three wives are buried together in the St. Michael's Reformed Church Cemetery in Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their dates of birth and death. All three wives are identified as David's on their
headstones.

David married Ellen ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Ellen was born in 1830, died 19 Oct 1850, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

David next married Catharine ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Catharine was born 20 Nov 1830, died 07 May 1860, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

David next married Susan ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Susan was born in 1839, died 06 Jun 1881, and was buried in St. Michael's Reformed Church, Fairfield Co., OH.

68. Nancy Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1825 in OH.

General Notes: Nancy appears with her parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

69. John Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1827 in OH.

General Notes: John appears with his parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

70. Susanna Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1829 in OH.

General Notes: Susanna appears with her parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information. Susan's marriage to Adam appears in the marriage records of Fairfield Co., OH.

71. Isaac Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1832 in OH.

General Notes: Isaac appears with his parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information. Isaac's marriage to Rachel appears in the marriage records of Fairfield Co., OH.

72. Margaret Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1836 in OH.

General Notes: Margaret appears with her parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

73. Louisa Eversole (Elizabeth Mock3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1840 in OH.

General Notes: Louisa appears with her parents Abraham and Elizabeth in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

74. Alexanda Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1826 in OH.

General Notes: Alexanda appears with his parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

75. Barbara Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1827 in OH.

General Notes: Barbara appears with her parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

76. Mary Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1827 in OH.

General Notes: Mary appears in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH living with the family of William Lalla, a merchant. There is no direct proof that she is the daughter of Henry and Maria Muck, however Henry's brother Daniel had a daughter named Maria born
about 1838. This would indicate Mary was probably the daughter of Henry and Maria Muck.

77. David Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1829 in OH.

General Notes: David appears with his parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

78. Henry Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born in 1828 in OH, died in 1913, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Henry appears with his aunt Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

Althought Henry is listed with Susan in 1850, his marriage to Hannah in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records identifies him as Henry Jr. From this it is assumed he was the son of Henry Sr. Henry and Hannah appear in the 1860 census of
Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided their birth data.

Henry and Hannah are buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Henry married Hannah Steward, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Aug 1854 in Fairfield Co., OH. Hannah was born in 1827 in OH, died in 1911, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 126 F    i. Melissa Muck was born 15 Sep 1855 in OH, died 12 Nov 1886, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

+ 127 M    ii. Charley Muck was born about 1858 in OH.

+ 128 M    iii. George W. Muck was born 07 Jun 1859 in Fairfield Co., OH, died 28 Jul 1886 in Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

79. George Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1833 in OH.

General Notes: George appears with his parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

80. Elizabeth Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1835 in OH.

General Notes: Elizabeth appears with her parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

Elizabeth's marriage to James appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. James's age was estimated assuming he was over 17 when married.

Elizabeth married James E. Newton, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 13 Jul 1853 in Fairfield Co., OH. James E. was born before 1841.

81. Robert Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1837 in OH.

General Notes: Robert appears with his parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

82. John Muck (Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1846 in OH.

General Notes: John appears with his parents Henry and Maria in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

83. Louisa Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1828 in OH.

General Notes: Louisa appears with her mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth information.

84. Isaac M. Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born 25 Dec 1830 in OH, died 16 Feb 1902, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Isaac appears with his mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information.

Isaac's marriage to Gracy appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Her age was estimated assuming she was over 17 when married.

In a Fairfield Co., OH deed (@1) in 1861 Isaac received land in section 19, twp. 14, range 16 from a John and Susannah Coffman. This land was also mentioned in the 1819 deed of Daniel Mock to Hanney Mock and Abraham Eversole (@2). Isaac
purchased additional land in this area in 1868 (@3) and 1883 (@4). Isaac sold parts of this land in 1883 (@5) and 1887 (@6).

Gracy is identified as a daughter of John Coffman and Susannah in a Fairfield Co., OH Partition record (@7) in 1863. This record provided Gracy's husband's name (Isaac Muck) and her father's death date.

Isaac and Grace are buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #27 p.37
2) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #M p.376
3) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #37 p.145
4) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #51 p.184
5) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #52 p.341
6) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #59 p.575
7) Fairfield Co., OH Partition Record Abstracts 1851-1900 by Jean Collier

Isaac M. married Grace M. Coffman, daughter of John Coffman, 15 Oct 1853 in Fairfield Co., OH. Grace M. was born 07 Mar 1829, died 20 Apr 1915, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 129 M    i. Perry A. Muck was born in 1859, died in 1940, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Perry A. married Mary ____________ (d. 1945).

85. Elias Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born 03 Jun 1833 in OH, died 08 Aug 1900, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Elias appears with his mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information. He is with his mother again in the 1860 census of Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, which provided his occupation.

Elias's marriage to Mary appears in the Fairfield Co., OH marriage records. Mary's age was estimated assuming she was over 17 when married.

In a Fairfield Co., OH deed (@1) in 1883 Isaac sold land in Section 19, Twp. 14, Range 17. This land was adjacent the land mentioned in the 1819 deed of Daniel Mock to Hanney Mock and Abraham Eversole (@2). Elias sold the land to Isaac and
Grace Muck.

Elias and Mary are buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #52 p.341
1) Fairfield Co., OH Deed Book #M p.376

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Elias married Mary D. Turk, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 26 Oct 1862 in Fairfield Co., OH. Mary D. was born 15 Oct 1838, died 01 Oct 1904, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

86. John Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1835 in OH.

General Notes: John appears in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH. Since Henry Muck had a son named John born about 1846 it is assumed that this John was the son of Daniel Muck and Susan.

There is no direct proof that this is the son of Daniel and Susan Muck.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Laborer.

87. Daniel Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born 27 Dec 1835 in OH, died 29 Aug 1910, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Daniel appears with his mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH and the 1860 census of Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth information and occupation. Daniel's marriage to Belinda appears in the marriage
records of Fairfield Co., OH.

Daniel is buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. His headstone provided his birth and death dates. Buried with Daniel is a woman identified as his wife: Carrie b. 24 Mar 1842 d. 9 Oct 1910. This would appear to
be a second marriage for Daniel.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmhand.

Daniel married Carrie ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Carrie was born 24 Mar 1842, died 09 Oct 1910, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

88. Maria M. Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born 17 Apr 1838 in OH, died 15 Jul 1918, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Maria appears with her mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH and 1860 census Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

Maria is buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Her headstone provided her birth and death dates, and identified her as a sister of David.

89. David M. Muck (Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born 06 Dec 1840 in OH, died 13 Aug 1918, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: David appears with his mother Susan in the 1850 census of Fairfield Co., OH and 1860 census Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH

David is buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. His headstone provided his birth and death dates, and identified him as a brother of Maria.

90. Abraham Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1841 in OH.

General Notes: Abraham appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

91. James Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1841 in OH.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

92. Henry Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1844 in OH.

General Notes: Henry appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

93. Amas Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1845 in OH.

General Notes: Amas appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

94. Daniel Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1847 in OH.

General Notes: Daniel appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

95. Mary Ann Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1851 in OH.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

96. Catharine Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1853 in OH.

General Notes: Catharine appears with her parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

97. Margaret Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1855 in OH.

General Notes: Margaret appears with her parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

98. William Cross (Nancy Muck3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1859 in OH.

General Notes: William appears with his parents, William and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

99. Eliza J. Muck (Samuel3, George2, George1) was born about 1832 in IN.

General Notes: Eliza appears with her parents, Samuel and Mary, in the 1850 census of Gibson Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

100. George S. Muck (Samuel3, George2, George1) was born about 1834 in IN.

General Notes: George appears with his parents, Samuel and Mary, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Gibson Co., IN. The census provided his birth data.

101. Cynthia L. Muck (Samuel3, George2, George1) was born about 1836 in OH.

General Notes: Cynthia appears with her parents, Samuel and Mary, in the 1860 census of Gibson Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

102. Samuel H. Muck (Samuel3, George2, George1) was born about 1859 in IN.

General Notes: Samuel appears with his parents, Samuel and Mary, in the 1860 census of Gibson Co., IN. The census provided his birth data.

103. Julian Muck (John3, George2, George1) was born about 1839 in IN.

General Notes: Julian appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

104. Ester Muck (John3, George2, George1) was born about 1841 in IN.

General Notes: Ester appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

105. Elizabeth Muck (John3, George2, George1) was born about 1843 in IN.

General Notes: Elizabeth appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

106. George Muck (John3, George2, George1) was born about 1847 in IN.

General Notes: George appears with his parents in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided his birth data.

107. Sarah Muck (John3, George2, George1) was born in Feb 1850 in IN.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her age as 7 months old in Sept 1850.

108. Mary Muck (Jacob3, George2, George1) was born about 1834 in IN.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

109. Catharine Muck (Jacob3, George2, George1) was born about 1836 in IN.

General Notes: Catharine appears with her parents, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

110. Nancy Muck (Jacob3, George2, George1) was born about 1838 in IN.

General Notes: Nancy appears with her parents, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

111. David Muck (Jacob3, George2, George1) was born about 1841 in IN.

General Notes: David appears with his parents, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided his birth data.

112. Sarah A. Muck (Jacob3, George2, George1) was born about 1843 in IN.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents, Jacob and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Harrison Co., IN. The census provided her birth data.

113. Emma G. Setzer (Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born in Feb 1851 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died in 1919, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

General Notes: Emma is identified as a daughter of Henry and Mary Rebecca Setzer by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to James Crawford. The record also provided their birth data, his parents, and his occupation. Emma appears with her parents in the
1870 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The marriage of James's parents, David Crawford and Elizabeth Gaw, 22 May 1822 appears in the marriage records of Shenandoah Co., VA. The record identified Elizabeth as a daughter of Robert Gaw.

Emma's husband is identified in the Will of Emma's uncle, George Setzer (@1), which indicates her husband as a doctor and deceased. The Will was dated 05 May 1900 and proved Oct 1900. Emma appears in the 1900 census of Strasburg, Shenandoah
Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

James and Emma are buried in the Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Warren Co., VA Will Book #AA p.158

Emma G. married James J. Crawford, son of David J. Crawford and Elizabeth Gaw, 14 Nov 1872 in Shenandoah Co., VA. James J. was born 19 Oct 1835 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 17 Jan 1895, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Physician.

114. Mary Catherine Setzer (Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born in Dec 1854 in Warren Co., VA, died in 1944, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a child of Henry and Rebecca in her Warren Co., VA marriage and birth records. Mary's marriage record indicates she was born in Shenandoah Co., VA, however, her birth appears in the Warren Co., VA birth register, which
also provided her middle name. Mary appears with her parents in the 1870 census of Shenandoah Co., VA.

Mary's husband A.M. is identified in the Will of her uncle, George Setzer (@1). The Will was dated 05 May 1900 and proved Oct 1900. Mary and A.M. appear in the 1900 census of Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA, which provided A.M.'s birth data.

Mary is buried in the Riverview cemetery at Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. Her headstone provided the years of her birth and death.

Research Notes: 1) Warren Co., VA Will Book AA p.158

Mary Catherine married A.M. Jenkins, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 11 Sep 1879 in Warren Co., VA. A.M. was born in Feb 1850 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 130 F    i. Emma G. Jenkins was born in Jul 1882 in VA.

+ 131 F    ii. Frances R. Jenkins was born in Nov 1884 in VA.

115. George D. Setzer (Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born 24 Aug 1860 in VA, died 18 Oct 1870, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Strasburg, Shen Co., VA.

General Notes: George appears with his parents, Henry and Mary, in the 1870 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. George is buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. His headstone provided his birth and death dates.

116. Blanche Setzer (Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born in May 1870 in VA.

General Notes: Blanche appears with her parents, Henry and Mary, in the 1870 census of Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her age as 4 months old in Aug 1870. Blance's husband is identified in the Will of her uncle, George (@1), which indicates her
husband as deceased. The Will was dated 05 May 1900 and proved Oct 1900.

Research Notes: 1) Warren Co., VA Will Book AA p.158

Blanche married D.C. Cone, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. D.C. died before 1900.

117. Jesse Warren Setzer (Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born 05 Dec 1874 in Warren Co., VA.

General Notes: Jesse is identified as a child of Henry and Mary in the Warren Co., VA birth records. She also appears in the Will of her uncle George 05 May 1900 (@1).

Research Notes: 1) Warren Co., VA Will Book #AA p.158


Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)


118. Clara Eberly (George Eberly4, Jacob Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1877 and died 12 Oct 1882.

General Notes: Clara is buried adjacent her parents in the Mt. Olive Methodist Cemetery 2 1/2 miles northwest of Tom's Brook in Shenandoah Co., VA. Her headstone provided her death date at the age of 5 years.

119. Samuel D. Crabill (Daniel B. Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1864 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Samuel is identified as a son of Daniel and Rachel by his Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Daisy, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by E.B. Shaver.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Samuel D. married Daisy I. Albert 28 Mar 1889 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Daisy I. was born about 1873 in MD.

120. Lucy Virginia Crabill (Daniel B. Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 06 Sep 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 11 May 1921, and was buried in New Keller Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Lucy is identified as a daughter of Daniel and Rachel by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Martin, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. Martin is listed as widowed. The marriage was performed by A.B.
Bauman. Martin's parents data was obtained from their Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record. Lucy and Martin are buried in the New Keller Cemetery northwest of Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death
dates.

Lucy Virginia married Martin L. Wisman, son of George S. Wisman and Rebecca Frances Snarr, 04 Apr 1900 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Martin L. was born 06 Sep 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 12 Aug 1914, and was buried in New Keller Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

121. Martha E. Crabill (Daniel B. Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1873 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Martha is identified as a daughter of Daniel and Rachel by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to David, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by Henry St. John Rinker.

Martha E. married David A. Bowman 26 Oct 1893 in Shenandoah Co., VA. David A. was born about 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Laborer.

122. Sidney Crabill (Elizabeth Anne Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 29 Sep 1862 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 02 Mar 1920, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Sidney is identified as a daughter of Harrison and Elizabeth by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Purnell, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by A.J. Bushong. Sidney and
Purnell are buried in the Tom's Brook village cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Sidney married Purnell Bennet Kronk 24 Dec 1891 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Purnell Bennet was born 20 Jun 1860 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 22 Sep 1926, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

123. Susan W. Crabill (Elizabeth Anne Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born 21 Apr 1873 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 30 Apr 1962, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Susan is identified as a daughter of Harrison and Virgina by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Andrew, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by Luke R. Markwood. Susan and
Andrew are buried in the Tom's Brook village Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates. The 26 Oct 1865 Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record of Andrew's parents provided all of their data.

Susan W. married Andrew Franklin Wright, son of Milton F. Wright and Eliza J. Hottel, 29 Dec 1898 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Andrew Franklin was born 29 Dec 1870 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died 01 Jul 1936, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

124. Annie R. Crabill (Elizabeth Anne Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born in 1875 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died in 1957, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Annie is identified as a daughter of Harrison and Elizabeth by her Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Francis, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by L.L. Smith. Annie and
Francis are buried in the Tom's Brook village cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Annie R. married Francis L. Richard 12 Apr 1903 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Francis L. was born in 1874 in Shenandoah Co., VA, died in 1941, and was buried in Tom's Brook Cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Laborer.

125. Gilbert Cleveland Crabill (Elizabeth Anne Crabill4, Christina Eberly3, Catherina Mock2, George1) was born about 1884 in Shenandoah Co., VA.

General Notes: Gilbert is identified as a son of Harrison and Elizabeth by his Shenandoah Co., VA marriage record to Lydia, which provided their age, place of birth, parents, and his occupation. The marriage was performed by John W. Link. Lydia's parents
Shenandoah Co., VA 17 Nov 1885 marriage record provided their data. They are buried in the Tom's Brook village cemetery, Shenandoah Co., VA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

126. Melissa Muck (Henry4, Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born 15 Sep 1855 in OH, died 12 Nov 1886, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Melissa appears with her parents, Henry and Hannah, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided her birth data.

Melissa is buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Her headstone provided her birth and death dates, and her married name.

127. Charley Muck (Henry4, Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born about 1858 in OH.

General Notes: Charley appears with his parents, Henry and Hannah, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. The census provided his birth data.

128. George W. Muck (Henry4, Henry3, Daniel2, George1) was born 07 Jun 1859 in Fairfield Co., OH, died 28 Jul 1886 in Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Henry is identified as a son of Henry and Hannah Much in his Fairfield Co., OH Death record, which provided his birth and death data, and his occupation. The cause of death is listed as heart disease. Henry appears with his parents, Henry and
Hannah, in the 1860 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

George is buried in the Green Mound Cemetery in Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. His headstone provided his birth and death dates.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

129. Perry A. Muck (Isaac M.4, Daniel3, Daniel2, George1) was born in 1859, died in 1940, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

General Notes: Perry is identified as a son of Isaac and Grace by the History of Fairfield Co., OH. Perry and his wife Mary are buried together in the Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH. Their headstones provided their years of birth and
death.

Perry A. married Mary ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Mary was born in 1865, died in 1945, and was buried in Green Mound Cemetery, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.

130. Emma G. Jenkins (Mary Catherine Setzer4, Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born in Jul 1882 in VA.

General Notes: Emma appears with her parents, A.M. and Mary, in the 1900 census of Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.

131. Frances R. Jenkins (Mary Catherine Setzer4, Henry Setzer3, Susannah Mock2, George1) was born in Nov 1884 in VA.

General Notes: Frances appears with her parents, A.M. and Mary, in the 1900 census of Strasburg, Shenandoah Co., VA. The census provided her birth data.


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