Copyright
Swope Family History Committee.

History of the Swope family and descendants of Rockingham County, Virginia online

. (page 20 of 21)
Online LibrarySwope Family History CommitteeHistory of the Swope family and descendants of Rockingham County, Virginia → online text (page 20 of 21)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


guished favorite.

" William Penn became interested in the unfortunate
Mary L/C Fiere, moved by the sad tale of her sufferings and
the vicissitudes she had undergone. He received her into his
house, introduced her to the Queen, who, commiserating her
condition, promised her aid on emigrating to the ' Land of
Penn.' William Penn procured lodgings for her in the
vicinity, where she remained six months, until the ' vessel
bound to the North river ' was ready to sail with emigrants.
The Queen provided her with ploughs, harrows, axes,
hatchets, saws, hand-mill for grinding corn, etc. Mary Le
Fiere arrived in New York about eight months afterwards,
and visited Esopus, then went to Philadelphia, taking with
her letters to Penn's agent, with a grant for two thousand
acres of land. She found the Hugenots dissatisfied with their
situation, the vineyards on the Schuylkill near Philadelphia
not proving profitable, which they resolved to abandon and
join Madam Le Fiere in the proposed .settlement among
Pequeas, whose king had been a favorite of Peiui's, and the
location was strenuously recommended to Madam Le Fiere
by the kind agent. ' '

Rupp, in his " History of Dauphin and Cumberland
Counties," etc., thus describes the arrival of Madam Le



378 The Sicope Family.

Fiere and her party in the valley of the Peqnea: " It was on
the evening of a summer's day when the Hugenots reached
the verge of a hill commanding a view of the valley of
Pequea; it was a woodland scene, a forest inhabited by wild
beasts, for no indication of civilized man was near; scattered
along the Pequea, amidst the dark-green hazel, could be dis-
covered the Indian wigwams, the smoke issuing therefrom in
its spiral form; no sound was heard but the songs of the
birds; in silence they contemplated the beautiful prospect
which nature presented to their view. Suddenly a number
of Indians darted from the woods; the females shrieked,
when an Indian advanced, and in broken English said to
Madam Ferree: ' Indian no harm white; white good to In-
dian; go to Beaver — our chief — come to Beaver.' "

Few were the words of the Indian. They went with him
to Beaver's cabin, and Beaver, with the humanity that dis-
tinguished the Indian of that period, gave up to the immi-
grants his wigwam. Next day he introduced them to Tawana,
who lived on the great fiats of Pequea."

" At the time of the Ferree settlement in his dominions
Mary Ee Fiere took a present from Penn's agent to Tawana,
and thus secured his friendship. ' "

" She had a grant of 2000 acres of land, Daniel Ferree,
her son, had a grant of 2000 acres, and her .son, Philip Ferree,
who married I,eah, daughter of Abraham Du Bois, was pre-
sented with the grant held by Du Bois for 2000 acres."-

' ' Isaac lya Fevre held a grant for 2000 acres, and also ob-
tained an additional grant by his marrying Catharine Ferree.
Their son was the first white child born in the valley of the
Pequea, Lancaster county, Pa."

" The Ferree family, according to the above data, must
have reached this country in the year 1705 or 1706. Allow-
ing for the visit to Esopus, North river, New York, the set-
tlement at Pequea was made a year or two later. ' "

' ' The name of Madam Ferree will long be held in grateful
remembrance by her numerous and warm-hearted progeny;"
she died 17 16. Her descendants have been connected by
marriage, with a number of the well-known families of the



The S'cvope Family. I 379

State, some of whose ancestors were identified with the
Pequea settlement dating from 17 18 onward. /

Phihp Ferree, son of John and Mary I^e Fiere, (Ferree),
was born, 1687, at Steyn-Wiel, in the Palatinatfe and was
about 21 years old when they came to this country. Having
formed the acquaintance of several families in Ksopus, N. Y.,
he went to that place and lived one year with Abramam Du
Bois, one of the twelve patentees of New Pfaltz. While in
the family of Abraham Du Bois, Philip Ferree formed an
attachment for his daughter Leah, whom he married, May 10,
17 12, the ceremony being performed by Dominie Petrus Vas.
She was born Oct. 16, 1687. Abraham Du Bois, who was
born 1657, at Manheim, Germany, married, March 6, 1681,
Margaret, daughter of Christian Deys at Esopus, and died Oct.
7, 1 73 1. He was a son of lyouis Du Bois and his wife Catha-
rine, daughter of Mathew Blanshon and his wife Madeleen
Jorisse, who fled from France to Germany in 1650, where they
remained until April 27, 1660, when they sailed for America
in the ship "Gelded Otter," arriving here December 7, 1660.
They settled at Esopus. Philip Ferree, after his marriage,
moved to the Pequea settlement and connnenced improving
land on the north side of Pequea creek, that had previously
been taken up by his mother and family. Some of their first
labors were to cut grass in the woods for the purpose of mak-
ing hay, no land having been cleared on the part allotted
them.

"They placed timbers in the ground forked at the top, laid
poles across them, and built their hay on top of that, and
under this they lived. During their stay in this shelter their
first son was born. They lived to have eight children — five
boys and three girls. The names of the sons were Abraham,
Isaac, Jacob, Philip and Joel. The daughters were Lena,
Leah and Elizabeth. Abraham married Elizabeth I-Utinge or
Eltenge, of Esopus, aud had six children. He was buried
in Carpenter's graveyard, about a mile from where he was
born, it being a l^urial ground pointed out by his grand-
mother Mary."

Rebecca, the eldest child of Abraham and Elizabeth (El-
tinge) Ferree was born Jan. 21, 1742; married David Shriver,



380 The Sicopc Family.

May 8, 1761. David Shriver was born March 30, 1735.
The}' had eight children. Their first daughter, Rachel, who
was born Jan. 7, 1767, married Adam Forne\'. The issue of
this marriage was ten children, the one son, Samuel S., as
above referred to, was the founder of the Forney branch of
the Swope family.

Note V. Dr. Jesse Gilbert was a son of Bernard Gilbert, who was
born March 24, 17S6, and married his cousin. Susannah, daughter of
Jacol) Gilbert, of Adams county. Bernard Gilbert lived in Gettysburg,
Pa. He was sheriff of Adams county. Pa., in 1821, prothonotary in
1835, and county treasurer in 1836. He subsequently moved to Athens,
Tenn., where he died. His father was George, and his grandfather
Bernard Gilbert, who came to America in 1744, and settled in what
is now Adams county, near the village of Bendersville, where he
married Catharine Bender.

Note VI. The Hays family and allied branches were among the earli-
est settlers of the Cumberland Valley, Pa. Their first ancestor in this
country was Patrick Haj-s, who came to this country from Ireland,
where the family had lived some time after their emigration from Soct-
land. He settled in Derry now Dauphin county, Pa., and had several
children, one of whom was Capt. Robert, who served during the Indian
wars of 1755-64, and also in the Revolution. He married Margaret
Wray, and had besides other children, Patrick, who settled in Cumber-
land county about 1821. His son Robert married Hannah Sharpe. Their
son John married Jennie E. McFarlane. The children of this union
were Belle McKinney Hays, wife of Gilbert E. Swope; Lucy Sharpe
and Jane McFarlane. Hannah Sharpe, wife of Robert M. Hays, de-
scended from Thomas Sharpe, who married Margaret Elder, the daugh-
ter of a Scottish laird. He came to America prior to 1746, and settled
on Big Spring, Cumberland county, Pa. He had five sons and five
daughters; four of his sons were commissioned officers in the Revolu-
tionary war, the fifth one, Alexander, was a private. Alexander mar-
ried Margaret McDowell and had several children, one of whom was
John, the father of Gen. A. B. Sharpe, of Carlisle, and Hannah, wife of
Robert M. Hays, of Nevvville. Jennie E. McFarlane, wife of John
Hays, was a daughter of Robert McFarlane and Lydia Belle McKinney.
Robert McFarlane was a son of Robert, and Robert was a son of Patrick,
and Patrick was a son of James, who came to this country about 1718,
and settled in Cumberland Valle}-. The descendants of James McFar-
lane through his son Patrick have lived in the nighborhood of New-
ville, Pa. The Scottish clan of McFarlane are descended from the
ancient Celtic Earls of Lennox. In the reign of James V of Scotland,
the head of the clan was chosen to defend an important defile between
the high and low lands of that part of Scotland. This duty was suc-
cessfully performed. The reward was permission to carry on the family
insignia "This I'll Defend."



The Sivope Family. -jgi

NoTK VII. The Henkle family are descended from the Rev. Johann
Henkle, D. D., I^L. D., born in Leutschan, Hungary, and father con-
fessor to Queen Maria aljout the year 1530. He sympathized with
Protestantism, and maintained friendly relations with Melanchthon,
Erasmus, vSpalatin and other reformers of the sixteenth century. One
of his descendants. Count Henkle, was instrumental in sending to
America Rev. Henry Melchoir Muhlenburg, the patriarch of Luther-
anism in this county. Rev. Gerhard Henkle, who was a descendant of
Count Henkle, was a German court preacher, and came to America
about 1718, and located at Germantown, near Philadelphia, Pa. He
had a son Jacob who was the father of the Rev. Paul Henkle, who was
actively engaged in the ministry of the Lutheran Church in the South
for forty-four years Three of his brothers were clergymen and five of
his sons clergymen of the Lutheran Church, one of whom was Andrew
before noticed.

NoTK VIII. Isaac Le Fevre was born March 26, 1669, in France.
During the persecutions of the Huguenots which followed the revoca-
tion of the Edict of Nantes, his family were all killed. He alone escaped
to the ho.spitable borders of Germany where he remained several years.
He married in Germany in 1704, Catharine, daughter of John and IMary
Warrimbere Le Fiere, also refugees from the persecutions in France.
He accompanied Madame Le Fiere (Ferree) and her family to America
about 1705, and settled in Pequea Valley, Lancaster county. Pa., where
he obtained a grant for 2,000 acres of land. Isaac Le Fevre had six
children, the oldest of whom was Abraham, born April 9, 1706. Abra-
ham had Peter, and Peter had Joseph, and Joseph had Catharine, who
married Col. Ephraim Swope. Joseph also had Elizabeth, who married
John Keeports, whose daughter Susan was the second wife of Col.
Ephraim vSwope.

NoTK IX. The Spangler family from which Lydia, wife of Adam
Swope (see page 75), is descended have traced their family back to
George Spengler, who was born 1150, died 1190. He was cupbearer to
the Bishop of Wiirzburg, and accompanied the Bishop and the Emperor
Frederick Barbarossa on the Crusade, 11S9. Both he and the Bishop
died of the plague, and were buried in the church of St. Peter, Antioch,
1 190. Following is the descent of Lydia (Si)angler) Swope: 'George,
^George, ''Killian, ^Killian, "Peter, "Hans, "Hans or Urban, ^George,
^George, '"Frantz, "Lazarus, '-'Hans, '-Jacob, "Hans Rudolf, '''Hans
Kasper born January 20, 1684, married February 9, 1712, Judith Zeigler.
They emigrated to America 1727, and settled in York county, Pa.
'"Jonas born May 26, 1715, at Weyler, Duchy of Baden, died in York
county. Pa., 1762. His wife, Maria, born 1718, died October 15, 17S4.
'"Henry born 1750, died 1791, married October 28, 1779, Maria C. Hoke,
born 1753, died 1818. '^Lydia vSpangler married Adam Swope.

Edward W. Spangler, of York, Pa., has written a very complete his-
tory of that family from which the above was taken.

25



APPENDIX.



Prior to the Revolutionary War quite a number of Schwab
(Swope) families emigrated to this country, as will be seen by
the followdng list taken from the Penna. Archives.
Several of these families settled in Pennsylvania. Five fam-
ilies of vSchwab lived in York county, Pa. , during the same
decade, yet there are no records to show that they were re-
lated; however, it is probable that they were, for it is hardly
possible that five families bearing a name as unconmion as
the Swope name lived in as sparsely a settled connnunity as
York was previous to the Revolution and not be related.
The following took the oath of allegiance immediately after
their arrival in this country or on the date given with each
name: —

" A list of Ye Palatine Passengers imported in Yc ship
William and Sarah, from Rotterdam, Sept. 18, 1727, Albert
Swop.

On ship Patience and Margaret, from Rotterdam, Sept. 2^,
1748, Baltzer Schwab, aged 43 years.

On ship Two Brothers, from Rotterdam, Sept. 15. 1748.
John Philip Schwab.

On ship Patience, from Rotterdam, Sept. 16, 1748, Hein-
rich Schw^ab, 18 years old.

On ship Neptune, from Rotterdam, Oct. 7, 1755. Jorg.
Mich. Schwab.

On imported brig Mary, of Philadelphia, from London,
June 28, 1735, Peter Schwab.

On ship Edinburg, from Rotterdam, Sept. 15, 1749, Freid-
erick Schwab and Johan Walter Schwab.

On ship Ann, from Rotterdam, vScpt. 28, 1749, Jacob
Schwab and Hans Michael Schwab.

On ship Patience, from Rotterdam, Aug. 11, 1750, Jacob
Schwab.



384 The SiL'opc Family.

On ship Osgood, from Rotterdam, vSept, 29, 1750, Johannes
Schwab.

On ship Brotherhood, from Rotterdam, Nov. 3, 1750, John
Yost Schwab.

On ship St. Andrew, from Rotterdam, Sept. 14, 1751,
Martin Schwab and J. Wendel (3 ) Schwab.

On ship Duke of Wurtemburg from Rotterdam, Oct. 20^
1752, Jacob Bernhart Schwab.

On ship Xeptune from Rotterdam, Sept. 24, 1754, John
Jacob Schwab.

On ship Hahfax from Rotterdam, Oct. 22, 1754, Johannes
Schwab.

On .ship Chance from Rotterdam, Xov. i, 1763, John
Christian Schwab.

On ship Sarah from Rotterdam, Sept. 20, 1764, Peter
Schwab.

On ship Polly from Rotterdam, vSept. 19, 1764, John Geo.
Schwab.



INDEX OF HEADS OF FAMILIES.



Abernathy, Anna
Abernathy, Mar}^ A
Abom, Mar}^
Aspinwall. Catharine
Barnitz, Rebecca .
Barnitz, Eliza S. .
Barnitz, George C.
Barnitz, Anna C.
Barnitz, Charles S.
Barnitz, Bertha B.
Barnitz, Mary R.
Bare, Mary
Bare. Adam S
Bard, Lydia . .
Bard, Anna E. .
Bard, Elizabeth
Bartlett, vSarah E
Bartlett, George L,.
Bankert, Balinda
Bender, Lydia E.
Bender, Leah . .
Berry, Nancy J.
Bishop, Catharine
Blocher, Catharine
Bolch, Rhoda E.
Bridges, John vS.
Bridges, Frances V
Bridges, M.Julia .
Bridges, Mary J. .
Bridges, Helen J.
Brinton, Maria .
Burrell, Margaret S
Buehler, Ella R. .
Buehler, Mary C
BuUer, Annie E- .
Bucks, Annie E. .
Bushong, Catharine
Bushong, Mary
Childs, William G.
25*



PAGE.

219
297
302
76
96
96
101
I 02
130
130
169
177
170
177
180
206
206

177
170

296

311
225

141

141

141

III

112

312

133

^34
134
177
178
182

259

235



Childs, Ly. Sander 1)
Childs, David A. . .
Childs, Nancy H. .
Clabaugh, Katharine .\.
Clement, Mary C. .
Clark, Catharine :\I.
Cline, Rebecca E .
Costner, Catharine M
Costner, William A.
Costner, Martha G.
Crapster, Mary E. •
Crapster, IMary .
Cremer, Rebecca
Cremer, Henry W.
Cremer, Charles E.
Crook, Sarah E. . .
Crow, Sallie . . .
Cunningham, Catharine
Davis, Harriet . .
Dawson, Mar\- . .
Delk, Ella R. . .
Deane, Ivliza B .
Dietrich, ^lary
Dietrich, Henry .
Dietrich, Henry A. R
Dietrich, Samuel
Donaldson, Susan B.
Duttera, Reliecca
Dunn, Sarah . . .
Dunnington, Sarah B
Eby, Mary ....
Eby, Catharine ■ .
Eichleberger, Anna ]M
Eichleberger, Sarah
Eichleberger, Rlanch(
Eichleberger, William \V

Eiscenhower, .\lice C
Fetterman, Caroline G.
Felder, Caroline W.



PAGE.
236
236
202

134

'34
195
226
229
244
244
132


103
103
104
201
218

173
295
349
'34
'94
251
257
257
257
233
297
328

356
I Si
24S
104
'05
•3>
132
241
64

239



-,86



The Sicopc Family.



PAGE.

Felkner, Margaret A. ... 302

Feete, L. H. Georgiana .... 293

Forster, Mary J 129

Foster, Catharine 267

Foster, Catharine :\I. W 268

Forney, Eliza Si

Forney, Henry S 1 1 1

Forney, David S 117

Forney, John S 118

Forney, Sabina S 190

Forne}', Maj. Daniel P 190

Forney, Col. George H 191

Forney, Gen. William H. ... 209

Forney, Barbara A 210

Forney, Gen. John H 213

Forney, Emma E 214

Forney, Amelia C, 214

Forney, ]\Iaria E 217

Forney, Elizabeth 108

Frasier, Dorcas 349

Fry, Ermina 223

Fry, William W 240

Fry, Chandice M 240

Fry, Frederick L 241

Fry, Daniel H 241

Fry, Alice C 241

Fry, Rhoda :\I 242

Fulk, Elizabeth B 311

George, Ellen M 106

George, Henry 133

George, Anna H 133

Gebhart, Eliza 156

Gilbert, Elizabeth loS

Gilbert, Jessie E loS

Gilbert, Clara J 134

Gloninger, Anna B 45

Gloninger, George 46

Gloninger, Hon. John 46

Gloninger, Capt. Peter 51

Gloninger, Rev. Philip .... 51

Gloninger, Mary 52

Gloninger, Dr. John W 53

Gloninger, John 54

Gloninger, Maria E 55

Gloninger, Catharine 56

Gloninger, Dr. Cyrus D. . . .60



PAGE.

Gloninger, John R. ..... 61

Gloninger, James L 62

Ciloninger, Caroline G 62

Gloninger, Marj' A. . . . 67

Grove, Eouisa C 105

Groflf, Louisa 1S2

Grumbine, Margaret E 293

Helfensteine, Charles . ... 60
Helfensteine, Mary ..... 53

Henkle, Catharine 195

Henkle, Col Noah 1 220

Hefner, Rhoda M 242

Hildt, Maria E 55

Hoff heins, Julia A 90

HofFheins, Rev. John A 124

Hoff heins, Emma L 124

Hofferd, Elizabeth 150

Hofferd, John 159

Hofferd, Catharine 173

Hostetter, Mary 297

Hank, Anna W 356

Hoke, Sarah H 239

Hoke, Mary E 239

Hoke, Caroline W 239

Hoke, Josephine H 240

Hoke, John Z 240

Hoke, William B 242

Hoke, James A 242

Hoke, Mary M 242

Hoke, Nancy J 243

Hoke, Sabina 185

Hoke, Sarah ■ 1S6

Hoke, Daniel 186

Hoke, Frederick 187

Hoke, Hon. Henry 188

Hoke, Col. John 188

Hoke, Sabina S 190

Hoke, Daniel F 192

Hoke, Dr George F 192

Hoke, Alfred 193

Hoke, Anna 193

Hoke, Eliza B 194

Hoke, Catharine M 195

Hoke, Peter 195

Hoke, Catharine 195

Hoke, Andrew 196



The Swopc Family.



PAGE.

Hoke, Elizabeth 196

Hoke, Annie 197

Hoke, Elizabeth 198

Hoke, Henry 199

Hoke, Daniel 199

Hoke, David 200

Hoke, Michael 201

Hoke, Sarah E 201

Hoke, Col. John F 202

Hoke, Nancy H 202

Hoke, Capt. William J 203

Hoke, Francis E 204

Hoke, Mary A ... 206

Hoke, Mary A 218

Hoke, Sallie 21S

Hoke, Col. Franklin A 219

Hoke, Erniina 223

Hoke, Frederick M 224

Hoke, John C 224

Hoke, Rhoda E 225

Hoke, Julius B 226

Hoke, Catharine E 229

Hoke, Mary A 230

Hoke, Jacob 230

Hoke, Dr. Augustus D 233

Hoke, Susan B . 233

Hoke, Mary B 234

Hoke, Gen. Robert F 234

Hoke, Charles F 236

Hoke, Col. John D 191

Jacobs, Susanna 171

Jacobs, Mary E 178

Johnston, Louisa A 102

Keener, Susanna 322

Keener, Christian 340

Keener, Rev. John C 355

Keener, David 356

Kelley, Salome 172

Kennedy, Mary E 178

Kuhn, Catharine 56

Koser, Emma L, 124

Knight, Mary M 242

Krumrine, Elvira F 313

Landis Eliza 182

Lebkeicher, Elizabeth 177

Lester, Sarah H 235



Levan, Sophia . . . .
Levan, Alfred G. . . .
Levan, Horace C. . . .
Long. Catharine . . . .

Lucas, Elmira

Maddux, Sarah ^\.
Marburg, Jessie E. . . .
Mathias, Adalaide E. .
Mathias, Mary J. . . .
Mathias, Dr. John S. . .
Mc Ashen, Elizabeth . .
McComas, Ann E. . . .
McCullom, Lydia . . .
McCuUough, Sarah .
McSherr_v, Sarah . . .
McSherry, Amos . . .

Michal, Sarah

Michal, Jacob

Michal vSarah

Michal, Col. William H.
Michal, Dr. George W.
Michal, Sarah E. . . .
Millikin, Louisa . . . .
Millikin, Samuel . . .
Morgan, Mary A. . . .
Morris, Emma V,. ...
Mish, Margaret . . . .

Naille, Anna C

Naille, Anna R

Oglesby, Rebecca . . .
Ogelsby, Mary . . . .

O'Neal, Ellen

O'Neal, Dr. Walter H. .
O'Neal, Mary E. . . .
Orrick, Susanna . . . .
Orrick, William K. . .
Orth. Katharine G. . .

Owen, Mary E

Parson, Anna R

Patton, Jane F

Peck, Annie E

Pitkin, Eliza S . . • .
Poppenhager, Maria . .
Pritchard, Lydia J. . .
Quickie, F;iizabeth . .
Ouickle, Cephas . . . .



l'.-\OR.
• 172

• '73
.267
•263

• 350
. 108

'23
. 142

147

• 247

■ .lo-j

• 339

• 239
. 280

• 305
. 1S6
. 189
. 189
. 204

■ 205
. 206

• 306

• 306
. 21S
. 214
•366
. 101
. 129

. lOI

. 129

. 104

• 13'

• '32
340

■ 354

• 59

• 239
. 129

• 313
. 209

• 352
. A12



S9
19S
228



388



The Swope Family



PACE.

Quickie, Catharine I\I 229

Ranck, George H 260

Ranck, Margaret 251

Ranck, Isaac 251

Ranck, John 252

Ranck, Daniel 253

Rathvon, Louisa A 117

Rathvon, William R. . . . , .117

Rathvon, Samuel F 142

Reid, Mary A 230

Rhinedollar, Mary J 89

Rhj'ne, Martha I . 244

Rowe, Elizabeth 196

Rowe, Rebecca E 226

Rowan, Barbara A 210

Roseman, Annie . 197

Roseman, Sarah A.J 227

Roseman, Eugenia D 227

Roedel, Josephine 81

Robinson, Catharine E 229

Ruth Catharine 254

Rutter, Catharine E 260

Ryan, Amelia 173

Sadtler, M. Julia 141

Saltzgiver, Eliza A 293

Scherer, Sarah A. J. ... . . 227

Scherer, Rev. Luther P 227

Scherer. Rev. Wilberforce J. D. . 243
Scherer, Rev. MelancthonG. G. . 243

Scholl, Mary 362

Schmucker, Helen J 112

Schgier, Rachel 174

Seldomridge, Sarah 258

Shriver, Henry D 78

Shriver, Calvin S 78

Shriver, Catharine 102

Shriver, Louisa C 105

Shriver, Ellen M 106

Shriver, INIar}- 106

Shriver, Anna E 106

Shriver, Emma J 107

Shriver, Henry \V 130

Shriver, Eliza B 130

Shorb, vSusan 275

Shorb, James E 296

Shirk, Emma J 294



Sherk, Dr. John H, .
vSherk, Elizabeth . .
Slagel, Anna E. . . .
Slagel, Rev. Calvin S.
Smith, Mary B. .
Smith, Frances . . .
Smith. Hon. Hoke
Smith, Fylizabeth . .
Smith, Burton . . .
Smeltzer, Blanche . .
Spangler, Ellen V.
Sprenkle, Anna H.
Steinheiser, Lydia . .
Stevenson, Mary A. .
Stofer, Lydia E. . . .
Stauffer, Fanny . . .
Stoneseifer, Susan . .
Stoneseifer, Lucinda C.
Stoneseifer, Alfred G.
Stover, Mary L. • ■ .
Swann, Josephine H.
vSwitzer, Mary ....
Swope, Yost ....
Swope, John ....
Swope, Anna B. . . .
Swope, Mary . .
Swope, Henry ....
Swope, Elizabeth . .
Swope, Conrad . . .
•Swope, John ....
Swope, Henry ....
Swope, Mary ....
Swope, Dr. Samuel .
Swope, Daniel H. . .
Swope, Henry . .
Swope, Adam ....
vSwcpe, George H. .
Swope, Rebecca . . .
Swope, Catharine . .
Swope, Lj'dia ....
Swope, George ...
Swope, Eliza ....
Swtipe, Clara A. . . .
Swope, John Adam . .
Swope, Lj'diaJ. ...
Swope, James A. . .



>AGE.

• 59

• 58
. 106
. 106

■ 234

• 244

• 247

• 247

• 247

• 131

• 294

• 133
. 156
. 219

• 177
. 166

• 275
. 290
. 296

• 314
. 240
. 106
. 26

• 37

• 45

• 52

■ 57

■ 58
. 68

■ 71

• 71

• 71

• 72

• 72

• 72

• 75

• 75

■ 76

■ 76

• 78
, 81
, 81

■ 89

• 89

• 89
. 89



The Stvope Family



389



Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope
Swope



PAGE.

John F 90

Julia Ann go

Rev. David 95

Gilbert E 95

Hon. John A 107

Ella Wirt 108

Adalaide E 123

Hon. Samuel M 123

Margaret S 133

Katharine A 134

Clara J 134

John Jacob 148

Jacob 148

George M 149

George Knicely .... 149

Mathias 150

Elizabeth 150

Emanuel 150

Frederick . 154

Levi 154

Daniel 154

^^uriel 155

Lydia 156

Sophia 156

Eliza 156

Frederick 156

Samuel 159

Adam 159

Isaac , . 159

Isaac 160

Fanny 166

David 166

Mary 169

Emanuel 169

Grabill B 170

Leah 170

Lydia 170

Susanna 171

Henry 171

Salome 172

John C 172

Amelia 173

Rachel 174

Frederick E 174

Frederick 178

Anna E 178



Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope.

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,

Swope,



PAGK.

John Henry 179



George



179



Henry K 180

Elizabeth iSo

Mary 181

Louisa 182

Catharine 182

Eliza 182

George K 183

Sabina 185

John Daniel 248

Catharine 24S

Daniel 252

Grabill H 258

Adam D 259

Adam 264

Jonathan 271

Samuel 271

Col, Ephraim 272

Luther A 275

Jacob 280

Edward 285

James W. 286

John A 2S9


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20

Online LibrarySwope Family History CommitteeHistory of the Swope family and descendants of Rockingham County, Virginia → online text (page 20 of 21)