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The Capture of Plymouth, North Carolina on 31 Oct 1864
The Capture of Plymouth, North Carolina on 31 Oct 1864
Henry Brutsche was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery during this battle. An engraving from Harper's Weekly, 24 Dec 1864. Caption reads 'Rebel magazine exploding' 
 
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The farm of Bernhard Zentmeyer b.1740 near Arendtsville, Pennsylvania
The farm of Bernhard Zentmeyer b.1740 near Arendtsville, Pennsylvania
Bernhard bought this farm from John Goudy in 1780 for cash and a series of bonds. He refused to pay off the bonds, because we could not obtain clear title to the property from Goudy. He apparently lost the farm at a sale for delinquent taxes on March 4, 1793.
Image by Gary Zentmyer  
 
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The Founders Stone in Hartford, Connecticut
The Founders Stone in Hartford, Connecticut
George Hubbard, one of the founders of Hartford 
 
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The Howard and Matilda Wells Robison Family about 1902
The Howard and Matilda Wells Robison Family about 1902
Top - Howard, Adah, Katie, Sadie, Matilda
Bottom - Edward, Robert, Josie, Edna
From the Zentmyer Collection 
 
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The Jacob Stutenroth Zentmyer family
The Jacob Stutenroth Zentmyer family
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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The James and Margaret Strobridge Pickens family
The James and Margaret Strobridge Pickens family
With a section about the Thomas and Margaret Steele Pickens family 
 
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The Miles and Jennie Zentmyer family
The Miles and Jennie Zentmyer family
From the Zentmyer Collection. Nona, George, Miles, Hermina, and Jennie Crewitt Zentmyer

 
 
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The Robert Strahorn Mystery
The Robert Strahorn Mystery
From the Technical World magazine, March 1909 
 
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The Strahorn House in North Plate, Nebraska
The Strahorn House in North Plate, Nebraska
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer. From the Zentmyer Collecton. Looks cold. 
 
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The USS Tacony, launched 7 May 1863.
The USS Tacony, launched 7 May 1863.
During the Civil War, Henry Brutsché served on the USS Tacony, a double-ended, side-wheel steamship built by the Philadelphia Navy Yard. (Tacony was a suburb of Philadelphia) The Tacony had a length of 235 feet and a beam of 35 feet and a crew of 145. 
 
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The Vienna Buffet
The Vienna Buffet
Image from Lavander Los Angeles, a gay publication, 2011 
 
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Thomas Benton Limbocker
Thomas Benton Limbocker
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
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Thomas F. Strayhorn in Hartleton
Thomas F. Strayhorn in Hartleton
Biographical sketch indicating Thomas was working in Hartleton as of the summer of 1852, soon after his son Robert Edmund Strahorn was born. At that time, Thomas' father Samuel was living in Hartley Township, 1/4 mile west of Hartleton. Source: The Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, Vol.1.
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Thomas Foster Strahorn
Thomas Foster Strahorn
From the Zentmyer Collection. Found in the photo album of Arthur Thomas Strahorn, Thomas' grandson.
 
 
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Thomas Marlow's Will
Thomas Marlow's Will
From 1804 in Iredell County, North Carolina 
 
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Thomas Pickens Probate Record
Thomas Pickens Probate Record
Names Andrew and his father Thomas Pickens, both of Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts 
 
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Thomas Strayhorn Taxes - 1874
Thomas Strayhorn Taxes - 1874
From Tax Assessor's personal record book 
 
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Thomas Strayhorn, Teacher
Thomas Strayhorn, Teacher
Another record from The Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Pennsylvania, Vol.1., corroborating his son Robert E. Strahorn's account.
Image courtesy Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Three kinds of saws at Strahorn's Mill
Three kinds of saws at Strahorn's Mill
As described above. 
 
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Tintype of Charles Elmore Cosby
Tintype of Charles Elmore Cosby
 
 
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Tintype of Jno. (John) Zentmyer
Tintype of Jno. (John) Zentmyer
Dated May 28, 1870, taken by Thos. Cummings, Lancaster PA 
 
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Tucson City Directory 1923
Tucson City Directory 1923
Wandyne De Cello a student at University of Arizona 
 
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Union Church Cemetery
Union Church Cemetery
Located in Hartleton, Union, Pennsylvania
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Union Pacific Employees Magazine, Feb 1886
Union Pacific Employees Magazine, Feb 1886
Placing the J.C. Strahorn family in Sterling Colorado, supporting Mary Strahorn's birth there the year before. 
 
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Union Station in Spokane
Union Station in Spokane
From the Zentmyer Collection. Robert financed and built Union Station on a site between the Spokane River and Trent Ave., now called Spokane Falls Blvd., completing construction in 1914. When it was torn down to make way for the Spokane World's Fair in 1974, demolition crews got more than they bargained for. The building was constructed to last for centuries, requiring the contractor to repeatedly ask for more money.  
 
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Vicki Zentmyer Bergstrom and your webmaster
Vicki Zentmyer Bergstrom and your webmaster
At Julian, San Diego, California on 8 Jun 2018 
 
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Viola Jo-Ann St. Myer Birth Certificate
Viola Jo-Ann St. Myer Birth Certificate
 
 
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W.C. Zentmyer snares intruder
W.C. Zentmyer snares intruder
Article in the Leavenworth Daily Times, 28 Nov 1875 
 
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Wackerlin - Zentmeyer Headstone
Wackerlin - Zentmeyer Headstone
In the Spring Lake Cemetery, Aurora, Kane, Illinois 
 
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War of 1812 Military Service for a James Robertson
War of 1812 Military Service for a James Robertson
Birth year of 1775 and birth place of Bedford, Virginia agree with 1850 Census data, (which cited Virginia, but not Bedford) and his discharge in 1815 and the marriage to Anna Mabe in 1816 fit nicely. But we can't be certain this is our James, as the name James Robertson was widely seen. 
 
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Washington A. Marlow Family
Washington A. Marlow Family
 
 
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Washington C. Zentmyer Obituary
Washington C. Zentmyer Obituary
From the Leavenworth Times, 26 Aug 1905 
 
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Washington Marlow
Washington Marlow
 
 
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Washington Marlow Headstone
Washington Marlow Headstone
 
 
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Washington Marlow Obituary
Washington Marlow Obituary
 
 
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Wedding Announcement
Wedding Announcement
in the Los Angeles Herald, 30 Nov 1904 
 
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Wedding Announcement
Wedding Announcement
 
 
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Wedding Announcement for Gladys Strahorn and Guy Davis
Wedding Announcement for Gladys Strahorn and Guy Davis
in the Los Angeles Herald, 20 May 1914 
 
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Wedding Announcement for James Zentmyer and Anna Margaret Snyder
Wedding Announcement for James Zentmyer and Anna Margaret Snyder
In the Harrisburg Telegraph, 18 Apr 1907 
 
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Wedding Announcement for Sarah Strahorn and Daniel Jayne
Wedding Announcement for Sarah Strahorn and Daniel Jayne
in the Sacramento Daily Union, 10 Mar 1875 
 
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Wilhelm Lehman death record
Wilhelm Lehman death record
In the German Reformed Church, Philadelphia 
 
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Will of Abraham Lowman dated 13 Nov 1869
Will of Abraham Lowman dated 13 Nov 1869
The Will names beneficiaries John, Sarah, Margaret, and Elizabeth Lowman. Alexander and Martha Jane had already died, but Mary Ann was not mentioned. Perhaps she had acted in a such a way as to warrant her disinheritance. 
 
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Will of Andrew S. Lowman
Will of Andrew S. Lowman
 
 
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Willard Henry Lowman
Willard Henry Lowman
 
 
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William and Eliza Zentmire with their children Etta, Alva, Martha and Frank
William and Eliza Zentmire with their children Etta, Alva, Martha and Frank
Photo courtesy 1_rkyllo  
 
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William and Rosa Wilkerson Zentmeyer
William and Rosa Wilkerson Zentmeyer
In the Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio Plot: Section 118 Plot 217
Photo courtesy Jim Kelly 
 
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William H and Hester Barton Zentmyer
William H and Hester Barton Zentmyer
In Battle Ground Cemetery, Battleground, Tippecanoe, Indiana
Photo courtesy Jennifer Redden 
 
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William L. Zentmyer Death Certificate
William L. Zentmyer Death Certificate
 
 
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William Lehman Death Record
William Lehman Death Record
 
 

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