Mary Caroline Green

F, b. 20 December 1871, d. 23 January 1960
  • Birth*: Mary Caroline Green was born on 20 December 1871 at Storden, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1
  • Marriage*: She married Harry Edward Springer on 26 September 1895 at Storden, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1
  • Death*: Mary Caroline Green died on 23 January 1960 at Cheyenne, Laramie County, WY, USA, at age 88.
  • Note*: FROM: Louise Callen, email
    "Mom told me once about the 6 of them traveling by Model A (I think that's the car it was) from Carpenter to Northern Idaho. John purchased a track of land not far from the Pend Orielle (say "Ponderay") River and raised sheep. He also worked in the woods falling trees, and later ran a dairy. Grandma Springer was known for spinning yarn from whatever fibers she could save, including dog fur, and for weaving rag rugs. We have the loom she used--a two harness floor model--but I have never used it. I'd like to, though." on 8 January 2005.

Family: Harry Edward Springer b. 20 Dec 1869, d. 14 Jan 1941

Citations

  1. [S121] Louise Callen, "Email on Harry Edward Springer," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 8 Jan 2005.

Anna Justine Wendland1

F, b. 19 August 1825, d. 31 March 1886

Family: Johann Michael Conrad b. 20 Jan 1822, d. 3 Aug 1888

Citations

  1. [S17] Pauline Conrad, Death certificate Pauline Conrad.
  2. [S587] Janet Fett Wictpr, "Descendents of Michael Conrad", p. 1.
  3. [S419] Conrad Family, Braunschweig Database and images, 1 Jul 1880, M255_32.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, 46923437.
  5. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, 46923370.
  6. [S276] Jeffers Review, 10 Mar 1949, p.1.

Herman Frederich Conrad1

M, b. 20 March 1878, d. 19 February 1968

Family: Ida Theresa Quade b. 31 Dec 1883, d. 25 Oct 1941

Citations

  1. [S272] Denise Dahlheimer, "Christian and Julia Quade," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 10 Mar, 2009.
  2. [S587] Janet Fett Wictpr, "Descendents of Michael Conrad", p. 6.
  3. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p. 5.
  4. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p. 27.
  5. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57557342.

Ella Halter1

F, b. 8 November 1888, d. 3 February 1962
  • Education*: Ella Halter was educated; Attended country schools in District No. 28.2
  • Birth*: She was born on 8 November 1888 at Highwater Township, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.2
  • Marriage*: She married Carl Franz Quade on 1 May 1907 at Germantown Township, Cottonwood County, MN, USA.1,2
  • Death*: Ella Halter died on 3 February 1962 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USA, at age 73.2,3
  • Burial*: She was buried after 3 February 1962 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.4
    Ella Quade gravestone, Jeffers Cemetery
  • ObituaryText: Ella HALTER QUADE was the daughter of Herman and Elizabeth HALTER. She was born November 8, 1888, in Highwater township, Cottonwood county. At an early age she was baptized and later confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She attended country schools in District No. 28. On May 1, 1907, she was united in marriage to Carl F. Quade, the marriage taking place at St. John's Lutheran church in Germantown township. Twelve children came to bless the QUADE home. Since their marriage the Quades farmed on various farms in Cottonwood county. Mr. Quade passed away Feb. 28, 1948. Mrs. Quade lived on a farm until 1953 when she moved to Jeffers, which has since been her home. Mrs. Quade was an active member of her community and a devoted wife and loving mother. She was a lifetime member of the Jeffers cemetery board, member of the PTA, Legion Auxiliary, member of the ladies aid of her church and served as church organist. She also was active in Red Cross work, and took great interest in all church work. Her hobbies were sewing, fishing and she greatly enjoyed flowers. Mrs. Quade had been in good health until October in 1959, but has been active until her sudden heart attack last Saturday afternoon, Feb 3, 1962 when she was stricken with her fatal attack which took her life. At the time of her death she was 73 years, two months and 26 days of age She leaves to mourn her passing, seven daughters and three sons: Eleanor (Mrs. Delbert McCartney), Osakis, Mn;, Louise (Mrs. Arthur
    Wegner) and Verna (Mrs. William Schoneman), both of Bertha, Mn;, Mabel (Mrs. Leslie Schneider, Estella (Mrs. Earl Missling), Olga (Mrs. C. R. Burmeister) and Luella (Mrs. Gordon Morphew), all of Jeffers, Mn;, Arnold QUADE and Carl, Jr., both of Jeffers, Mn. and Wilbur of Springfield, Mn. Also surviving are 35 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. She also leaves
    four sisters and four Mrs. Lizzie (Elizabeth) Pieske of Lamberton, Mn; Mrs. Clara Schmidt, Jeffers, Mn; Mrs. Emma Schmidt and Ida (Mrs. Oliver Torkelson), Windom, Mn; John HALTER, Pocahantas, Ark; Edward HALTER, Glenwood , Mn; Charles HALTER, Muskegon, Mich., and Joseph HALTER, Lamberton, Mn. She also leaves a host of other relatives and friends, all of whom will miss her. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and by two sons, namely; Kenneth in 1943 and Orville in 1919. Blessed be her memory. after 3 February 1962.2

Family: Carl Franz Quade b. 31 Dec 1884, d. 28 Feb 1948

Citations

  1. [S18] John A. Brown, History of Cottonwood and Watonwan Counties.
  2. [S272] Denise Dahlheimer, "Christian and Julia Quade," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 10 Mar, 2009.
  3. [S273] Ella Halter Quade, Certificate of Death.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57557906.

Ralph Donald Oothoudt

M, b. 1915

Family: Evelyn Frances Quade b. 14 Dec 1918, d. 13 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, memorial #70472265.
  2. [S272] Denise Dahlheimer, "Christian and Julia Quade," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 10 Mar, 2009.

Christian Wilhelm Quade1

M, b. 14 March 1824, d. 30 March 1891
  • Fact 1*: Christian Wilhelm Quade was Fact 1; oldest child.2
  • Birth*: He was born on 14 March 1824 at Posen, Germany.1,3
  • Marriage*: He married Julia Jane Biegel on 23 September 1850.
  • Immigration*: Christian Wilhelm Quade immigrated in 1875; came to America.4
  • Death*: He died on 30 March 1891 at age 67.1
  • Burial*: He was buried after 30 March 1891 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.4,5
    Christian and Julie Quade gravestone, St. John's Lutheran Cemetery

Family: Julia Jane Biegel b. 28 Jun 1832, d. 8 Aug 1923

Citations

  1. [S272] Denise Dahlheimer, "Christian and Julia Quade," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 10 Mar, 2009.
  2. [S18] John A. Brown, History of Cottonwood and Watonwan Counties.
  3. [S904] Unknown compiler, "Family Tree", Ancestral File, Famly Tree ID:9JCF-P6P.
  4. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family."
  5. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57310306.

Julia Jane Biegel1,2

F, b. 28 June 1832, d. 8 August 1923
  • Birth*: Julia Jane Biegel was born on 28 June 1832 at Anila, Posen, Germany; might be Preussen, Greifenberg.1,2,3
  • Marriage*: She married Christian Wilhelm Quade on 23 September 1850.
  • Immigration*: Julia Jane Biegel immigrated in 1875; Came to America with family.2
  • Marriage*: She married Johann Zick after 1891.2
  • CauseDeath: Noted as senility.3
  • Death*: Julia Jane Biegel died on 8 August 1923 at Amboy, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 91.3
  • Burial*: She was buried on 11 August 1923 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.4
    Christian and Julia Quade gravestone, St. John's Lutheran Cemetery
  • ObituaryText: Grandma Zick died on Wednesday morning at the home of her son Fred, southwest of town. The cause of death was old age infirmities. Her funeral was held in the Germantown Lutheran church and the remains were laid to rest beside those of her husband in the Lutheran cemetery.5

Family 1: Christian Wilhelm Quade b. 14 Mar 1824, d. 30 Mar 1891

Family 2: Johann Zick

Citations

  1. [S272] Denise Dahlheimer, "Christian and Julia Quade," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 10 Mar, 2009.
  2. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family."
  3. [S551] Julia Zick, Certificate of Death.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57489616.
  5. [S550] Cottonwood County Citizen, 15 Aug 1923, p.5.

Christian Wilhelm Quade1

M, b. 12 November 1854, d. 20 September 1887
  • Medical*: Known medical issues:; headaches.
  • Birth*: Christian Wilhelm Quade was born on 12 November 1854 at Germany.1
  • Immigration*: He immigrated in 1875.2
  • Residence*: He lived between 1876 and 1885 at Elgin, Wabasha County, MN, USAG; farmed in Elgin.2
  • Marriage*: He married Marie Henrietta Frederike Senst on 21 November 1877 at Wabasha, MN, USA.
  • Residence: Christian Wilhelm Quade lived in 1885 at Storden, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG; moved to Storden Township.2
  • Death*: He died on 20 September 1887 at Storden Twp, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 32.3
  • ObituaryText: Chris Qaude, of Storden, dies suddenly, and from Poison. Chris Quade, a farmer in Storden, died very suddenly, on Tuesday of last week, from the apparent effect of poison, and was buried Thursday. On the morning of his death, we understand from Mr. W.R. Jeffers, he was seen to have a bottle of medicine which Dr. Quevli had prepared for him, a bottle of alcohol, and a bottle of "gopher poison," as his wife called it. It is said she asked him if he had taken any of the poison and he replied that he had, some of it still remaining in the bottle which she took from him and threw away. This was seven or eight o'clock in the forenoon, and along about eleven o'clock a threshing crew were passing in the vicinity of the house and hearing his screams went to see what was the trouble. They found him out in the weeds near the house in terrible spasms and agony, and rolling himself with great force upon the ground. He begged of them to hold him, and to put weight on his back. One of the men did sit or kneel on his back which seemed for an instant to relieve him. In order to hold him it was found necessary to drive some stakes in the ground on either side of his body. But his agony was soon over and he died with froth running out of the mouth. It was evidently the result of the poison. What the poison was we are unable to learn, but it was something he bought to kill gophers--probably strichnine. We understand that on one or two previous occasions he had made attempts on his own life, which had been frustrated.3
  • Burial*: He was buried after 29 September 1887 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.1,4

Family: Marie Henrietta Frederike Senst b. 18 Feb 1855, d. 7 Mar 1935

Citations

  1. [S488] Unknown author, St. John's Interments.
  2. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p.27.
  3. [S368] Windom Reporter, 29 Sep 1887, p. 3.
  4. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57310302.
  5. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p. 27.

Frederich/Fredrick C Quade

M, b. 14 December 1856, d. 30 September 1928
  • Num Child*: Frederich/Fredrick C Quade had 10 children children.
  • Birth*: He was born on 14 December 1856 at Province, Posen, Germany.1
  • Immigration*: He immigrated in 1875; came to america with his parents.2
  • Occupation*: During the winter months he worked in a pinery in Wisconsin after making a tree claim in 1877 in the NW 1/4 of Section 30. He plowed the tree claim with two horses and walking plow. in 1877 at WI, USA.2
  • Marriage*: He married Augusta Wilhelmina Engler in 1895.2,1
  • Residence*: Frederich/Fredrick C Quade lived in 1896 at Cottonwood County, MN, USA; 1896 Plat Book Amboy Township 107 N Rand 36 W show Fred and Julia E Quade to have the title to section 30, West 320 acres. Wells were dug with a horse going in a circle and filling a bucket with dirt. A smoke house was used to cure meat. Hams, bacon, dried beef and sausage were cured in this manner.2
  • Death*: He died on 30 September 1928 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG, at age 71; certid# 1928-MN-002886.3
  • CauseDeath: Noted as Uremic poisoning, 3 days contributory myocarditis chr.3
  • Burial*: He was buried on 1 October 1928 at Jeffers, Cottonwood County, MN, USAG.4,5,3
  • ObituaryText: Fred Quade, pioneer homesteader of Cottonwood County, died Sunday morning, September 30th after an illness of several months. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Graf preached a short service in English at the house and a sermon in German at the Lutheran church. The remains were laid to rest in the Lutheran Cemetery north of town. Fred Quade was born in Province Posen, Germany in December 1856 and lived there until he was nineteen years of age when he came to America. in 1877 he homesteaded the farm in Amboy township where he lived for several years. In 1897 he was united in marriage to Miss Augusta Engler and to this union ten children were born, three dying in infacny and Henry in 1916. Mrs. Quade also preceded him in death, having passed away in 1914. The children left to mourn the loss of their father are: Ottilie, Theodore, Hulda, Rose, anna, and Laura, at whose home Mr. Quade has spent the past few years.1

Family: Augusta Wilhelmina Engler b. 4 Feb 1874, d. 5 Oct 1914

Citations

  1. [S794] Jeffers Review, 4 Oct, 1928, p. 1.
  2. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p. 29.
  3. [S579] Frederick Quade, Certificate of Death.
  4. [S488] Unknown author, St. John's Interments.
  5. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 57310293.
  6. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p. 30.
  7. [S549] Gloria Rand, "Christian Quade family", p.29.

Edwin Leroy Booker

M, b. 30 March 1929, d. 1 April 1929
  • Birth*: Edwin Leroy Booker was born on 30 March 1929.
  • Death*: He died on 1 April 1929.

Earl Price

M, d. 1952

Family: Martha Elizabeth Bell b. 5 Oct 1879, d. 29 Oct 1959

William S Anderson

M, d. 24th__ 1894
  • Death*: William S Anderson died 24th__ 1894.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth (?)

Family 1: Elizabeth (?) d. 17 Oct 1894

Family 2:

Elizabeth (?)

F, d. 17 October 1894
  • Marriage*: Elizabeth (?) married William S Anderson.
  • Death*: Elizabeth (?) died on 17 October 1894.

Family: William S Anderson d. 24th__ 1894

Alexander Amrine

M, b. 16 August 1820, d. 20 September 1852

Family: Mary Spayd Parthermore b. 20 Jul 1823

Citations

  1. [S398] Robert Viguers, "Email on Alexander Amrine," e-mail to Susan Hansen, 5 Mar 2010.

Abraham Amrine

M, b. 1 June 1761, d. 14 November 1849
  • Note*: Abraham Amrine, b. 1 Jun 1760 Bedford Co; m1. 25 Jun 1785 Mary Wolford; m2. Nancy Cook; enl. Continental Army, Patrick Hainey's Co., 2nd class, 1st Batt., Bedford Co., a Ranger of the Frontier; ch: John b. 1787, m1. Drusie Worley, m2. Nancy Miller; Henry, b. 1789, m. Mary Powers; Andrew b. 1791, m. Mercy Westlake; Moses, m. Elizabeth Watkins; Frederick m. Rachel Burris; Jeremiah m. Mary Shearer; Abraham m. Catherine McAdams; Susan m. Joseph Worley; Abraham d. 14 Nov 1849 in Marysville, Union Co., Ohio.
    (Source: Taken from facts presented in: A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana DAR, Evansville, Ind., 1976.)
  • MilitaryService*: PVT Frontier Ranger, Continental Line, Revolutionary War.
  • Note: Mr. Amrine built his log cabin on the hill west of the Newton pike, where the bend is made in the road. To each of his boys he gave 100 acres of land, and the work of clearing the farms was at once commenced in earnest. They had few-if any-neighbors at first, but formed quite a colony among themselves. They-were a rugged, hardy people, fully fitted to cope with the difficulties and endure the hardships of their wilderness homes. They were religious, frugal and industrious, and soon had fruitful farms, while on all sides, for miles, was yet one deep, dense forest....The Amrines were among the best, as they were the first, citizens of Paris Township. They nearly all lived to a good age, and have left an impress upon the community for good, which cannot be effaced for a long time to come, They were earnest and consistent members of the Methodist Church, and the founders of religious life in this locality. In politics, they were strongly Whig; the descendants, it is said, without exception, are now Republican...2
  • Religion*: Abraham Amrine was "One of the greatest sources of anxiety to the older Amrines was how to bring up their children surrounded by proper religious influences. It was finally resolved to organize a church here in the woods, and in 1821 the Amrine Church was organized. They had been members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Belmont County, and for several years they were about the only members of the church here. Andrew was the first leader and steward, and was a leader almost continually to the time of his death. John and Jeremiah were also leaders for many years.2
  • Note: Abraham Amrine, Revolutionary soldier, son of Johan Hendirke (Henry)& Sarah Picony Amrine, was born in Bedford Co., PA. Abraham married Mary Wolford on 25 Jun 1785 in Bedford Co., PA by Matthias Collins, JP. Mr. Amrine's family consisted of seven sons and one daughter, the eldest of the family; Susanna 1786, sons; John 1787, Henry 1789, Moses 1797, Andrew 1791, Frederick 1795, Jeremiah 1801, Abraham 1805.

    In 1801 he moved to Belmont County, Ohio. In 1817 he purchased one thousand acres in Paris Township, Union County, Ohio for the price of two dollars per acre. He moved to that land in 1817 bringing with him six sons --- John, Andrew, Moses, Frederick , Jeremiah, and Abraham Jr.

    In 1820, Abraham enticed Henry to join the rest of the family in Union County. Abraham gave Henry 100 acres and the site for a mill on Mill Creek. Henry built a sawmill in 1822 and added a grist mil l in 1825.

    Abraham built his log cabin on a hill. To each son he gave 100 acres of land. They had few, if any, neighbors, but formed quite a colony themselves. They were a rugged, hardy people, fully fitted to cope with the difficulties and endure the hardships of their wilderness homes. They were religious, frugal and industrious, and soon had fruitful farms, while on all sides for miles was deep, dense forest. Abraham Amrine, Sr., died November 14, 1849, at the ripe old age of eighty-eight years. His wife Mary had preceded him. She died in September, 1823, only six years after their removal here, at the age of sixty-three years.

    The Amrine Cemetery is on the NW side of Marysville, OH. There is a plaque in the Amrine Cemetery erected by the DAR. Abraham started the cemetery and is buried in row 19.
    (Revolutionary soldier, 1775-1783, placed by the Hannah Emerson Dustin Chapter) Marysville, Ohio, Chartered October 2, 1924.

    Near the cemetery stood a pioneer church which has been gone for many years. It was named after the Amrine family, pioneer settlers north of Marysville. The church and cemetery date back to 1814.

    According to the History of Union County edited by Col. W. L. Curry (p 514-15), Abraham's ancestors emigrated from Switzerland about the beginning of the eighteenth century.

    Abraham Amrine gave three acres for the church and cemetery. The Methodist church was a one room log building built by the members. A larger structure was built in 1830. A stone from the foundation of the original church stands in the cemetery near the gate. The new church was remodeled in 1960 to add a bell tower. The Methodist Conference was forced to dissolve the church when membership fell so low it was no longer economical to keep it going. Years after the church was closed, the building was moved to another location nearby and used as a barn. It was vandalized May 3, 1916. Abraham Amrine's original grant stipulated that if the church ceased to be used as such, or the cemetery was no longer wanted, the land should revert to his heirs. These people deeded it to the Township trustees so the burial grounds could be properly cared for. Elizabeth Westlake Amrine was the last person to be buried there.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 1 June 1761 at Bedford County, PA, USA.3
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Wolford on 25 June 1785 at Bedford County, PA, USA; In 1785, Mr. Amrine married Mary Wolford, and in 1801 removed from Pennsylvania. to near St. Clairsville, Belmont Co., Ohio.4
  • Note: In 1817, he purchased from Samuel Davis, of Franklin County, the John Overton survey, of 750 2/3 acres, No. 4,066, which, however, contained nearly 1,000 acres, paying for if. $2 an acre. This was at that time a high price for wild land, but the survey was located on a bend of Mill Creek, and the rich bottom lands it contained enhanced its value above that of land less favorably situated. The same year he removed to it from Belmont County, with his Six sons - John, Andrew, Moses, Frederick, Jeremiah and Abraham, Jr.- four of
    
    PARIS TOWNSHIP. - 65
    whom were married, and brought their families with them. Mr. Amrine's family consisted of seven sons and one daughter, the eldest of, the family. The other son-Henry- -subsequently removed to Paris Township; the daughter married Joseph Worley, and lived near Wheeling, W. Va. in 1817.5
  • Marriage*: Abraham Amrine married Nancy Cook after 1823.
  • Death*: Abraham Amrine died on 14 November 1849 at Union County, OH, USA, at age 88; Abraham Amrine, Sr., died November 14, 1849, at the ripe old age of eighty-eight years.2
  • Burial*: He was buried after 14 November 1849 at Union County, OH, USAG.6
    Abraham Amrine, gravestone in Amrine Cemetery
    Abraham Amrine gravestone, Amrine Cemetery.

Family 1: Mary Wolford b. 17 Jun 1760, d. 5 Oct 1823

Family 2:

Family 3: Nancy Cook b. c Feb 1774, d. 17 Feb 1852

Citations

  1. [S312] Biography of A. Amrine, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County.
  3. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County, p. 64.
  4. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County, p.64.
  5. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County, p.64/5.
  6. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Created by: Wendi Scally
    Record added: Apr 11, 2007
    Memorial# 18879724.

Mary Wolford

F, b. 17 June 1760, d. 5 October 1823
  • Birth*: Mary Wolford was born on 17 June 1760.
  • Marriage*: She married Abraham Amrine on 25 June 1785 at Bedford County, PA, USA; In 1785, Mr. Amrine married Mary Wolford, and in 1801 removed from Pennsylvania. to near St. Clairsville, Belmont Co., Ohio.1
  • Death*: Mary Wolford died on 5 October 1823 at age 63; His wife, Mary, had preceded him to the grave many years. She died in September, 1823, only six years after their removal here, at the age of sixty-three years.2
  • Burial*: She was buried after 5 October 1823 at Union County, OH, USAG.3
    Mary Amrine gravestone, Amrine Cemetery

Family: Abraham Amrine b. 1 Jun 1761, d. 14 Nov 1849

Citations

  1. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County, p.64.
  2. [S128] Unknown author History of Union County.
  3. [S474] See memorial number unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial# 38041288.

Drusie Worley

F

Family: John Amrine Sr b. c 21 May 1787, d. 15 Sep 1864

Andrew Amrine

M, b. 1809
  • Birth*: Andrew Amrine was born in 1809 at OH, USA.

Wesley Amrine

M, b. after 1802
  • Birth*: Wesley Amrine was born after 1802.

William Amrine

M, b. after 1802
  • Birth*: William Amrine was born after 1802.

Sarah Amrine

F, b. after 1802
  • Birth*: Sarah Amrine was born after 1802.

Mary Amrine

F, b. after 1802
  • Birth*: Mary Amrine was born after 1802.