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Article describing the fire which claimed the life of Emma Tyson Santmyer
Article describing the fire which claimed the life of Emma Tyson Santmyer
In the Canton Ohio Repository, 29 Oct 1915 
 
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Article in the Ackley World Journal
Article in the Ackley World Journal
dated 2 Dec 1926 
 
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Article in the Los Angeles Herald about Frank Strahorn's death
Article in the Los Angeles Herald about Frank Strahorn's death
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Article published upon George Zentmyer's election to the National Academy of Sciences
Article published upon George Zentmyer's election to the National Academy of Sciences
 
 
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Atlas of Bartholomew Co., Indiana 1879
Atlas of Bartholomew Co., Indiana 1879
This is the only published evidence of George's birthplace we have found, although older brother Johannes' birth record was found in Lancaster Co. near Strasburg.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Barbara Zentmyer Heffner's Headstone
Barbara Zentmyer Heffner's Headstone
Barbara Zentmyer Heffner's Headstone, located in the Harbaugh Church Cemetery, Rouzerville, PA 
 
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Barbara Zentmyre Headstone
Barbara Zentmyre Headstone
 
 
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Barbara's Headstone
Barbara's Headstone
Located in the Zion
Lutheran Cemetery, Floyd, VA 
 
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Barturk Farm near Ochiltree
Barturk Farm near Ochiltree
Birthplace of Robert Straehorn 
 
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Belfast Newsletter 14 Feb 1799
Belfast Newsletter 14 Feb 1799
It is not known whether this Jean Strehorn was Robert's daughter born in Scotland or not. 
 
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Belfast Newsletter 1761
Belfast Newsletter 1761
This article notes a Robert Strahorn in Antrim, Ireland in 1761. So far, we have found no other evidence of Robert's presence in Ireland.
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Bernhard and Salome's Marriage Record from the Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
Bernhard and Salome's Marriage Record from the Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
"16 Feb recorded in a public setting per priestly ordinances Joh. Bernhard Zentmeӱers, remaining marriage-eligible son of Jacob Zentmeӱers, citizen and resident and farmer at Roigheim, in the jurisdiction of Württemberg, and Maria Salomina, remaining marriage-eligible daughter of Jacob Roth, citizen and resident and metal worker/fitter here"
Image by Gary Zentmyer

This marriage record was the clue which led us the family's origins in Roigheim and then earlier in Franconia and southern Bavaria.
Photo by Gary Zentmyer  
 
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Bernhard's farm in present-day Penryn
Bernhard's farm in present-day Penryn
Bernhard's original farm is intact, and currently produces wheat, corn, and beef. The current owners, J. Marlin Myer and his brother Gerald, tell me the farm has been in the Myer family since 1940. They say the original farm house is made of square logs, and is contained within the left-hand portion of the farm house in the middle of the view.

According to Cousin Ron, having two front doors was common for the period. Once a family had the ability to expand the house, the original door was used by the family, and the new door was for guests and opened into a parlor, where the family's best things were on display.

The two ponds are fed by a perennial spring, which has flowed since the earliest written records. Native American artifacts have been found at the site, suggesting it was likely a pre-colonial settlement as well.
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Bernhard's Headstone
Bernhard's Headstone
Southwest corner of Union (White Oak)
Cemetery, Penryn, Pennsylvania.

Although spelled 'Bernhart Zentmeier' on his headstone, this spelling was rarely seen; the most common spelling in written records was (Johann) Bernhard Zentmeyer. 'Johann' was his Saints' name, which was also bestowed on all of his sons. A German from Württemberg, he married (Maria) Salome Roth 16 February 1739 in Bischwiller, Bas-Rhin, France. This region was known as Alsace, (Elsaß) and as recently as World War I was part of Germany. The family emigrated to Philadelphia, 22 November 1752 from Rotterdam aboard the good ship Phoenix, Ruben Honor, captain. Signed loyalty oath 'Bernhard Zendmeÿer.

Inscription: Here • Rests • In the Grave • Bernhart Zentmeier • Was Born • Date • 1 January in the Year 1707 • Died • Date • 9 March in the Year 1784 • Was 77 Years 2 Months 9 Days Old

(Opposite Side) The Soul at Peace in This Chamber, Devoid of Life's Miseries, Rests Undisturbed by its Great Sorrows, of which the Earth is Full
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Betty Beatrice Lowman
Betty Beatrice Lowman
 
 
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Betty Beatrice Lowman Robison
Betty Beatrice Lowman Robison
 
 
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Birth Certificate
Birth Certificate
 
 
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Birth Certificate for James Addison St. Myer
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Birth Certificate for James Addison St. Myer
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Birth Certificate for Ruth Wandyne De Cillo
Birth Certificate for Ruth Wandyne De Cillo
Actually a 'Delayed Birth Certificate,'created in 1953. 
 
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Birth Record
Birth Record
Simon and Maria had thirteen children, and the three born in Vincenzenbronn, George, Margaretha, and Jacob were recorded as 'Zettmair.'  
 
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Birth Record for Bethia Strathern
Birth Record for Bethia Strathern
Dated 18 Apr 1759 
 
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Birth Record for Christopher in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
Birth Record for Christopher in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
Joh. Christoph. Zentmeӱer 5 Sept. 1746 son of Bernhard Zentmeӱer
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Birth record for Isaac Zentmyer
Birth record for Isaac Zentmyer
 
 
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Birth record for Jacob Zentmair in Vincenzenbronn, Bavaria, Germany
Birth record for Jacob Zentmair in Vincenzenbronn, Bavaria, Germany
"Jacob, son of Simon Zettmair, Catholic and day labourer here, and his wife named Maria, Lutheran, sponsor Jacob Conrad, smallholder and herdsman here, Friday February 15th" 
 
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Birth Record for Jean Strehorn
Birth Record for Jean Strehorn
Dated 1 Nov 1761 
 
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Birth Record for Johann Bernhard Zentmeyer b.1740 in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
Birth Record for Johann Bernhard Zentmeyer b.1740 in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
"13 March was born Joh. Bernhard the child of Joh. Bernhard Zentmeӱer, citizen and farmhand and Salome formerly Roth

Witnesses: Joh. Jacob Dock, a single nailsmith, son of Joh. Jacob Dock, citizen and nailsmith here, Christian Roth, a single metal worker/fitter, son of Christian Roth, citizen and metal worker/fitter here
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Birth Record for Margaret A. Clark
Birth Record for Margaret A. Clark
In the Quaker Meeting Records for Guilford, North Carolina 
 
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Birth Record for Maria Magdalena Zentmeyer in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher  (Churchbooks)
Birth Record for Maria Magdalena Zentmeyer in Bischwiller Kirchenbücher (Churchbooks)
Maria Magdalena, parents Bernhard Zentmӱer, citizen . . . and Maria Salome formerly Roth . . .
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Birth Record for Robert Straehorn
Birth Record for Robert Straehorn
Birth Record for Robert Straehorn in Ochiltree, a small village in Ayrshire, Scotland. 
 
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Birth Record for Robert Strathorn
Birth Record for Robert Strathorn
Dated 8 Aug 1767 
 
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Bischwiller Street Scene
Bischwiller Street Scene
Bischwiller, Bas-Rhin, Alsace (Bishweiler, Elsaß in German)
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Burials on Find-A-Grave
Burials on Find-A-Grave
Roscoe Cemetery, St. Clair County, Missouri 
 
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Campaign Poster for William McKinley and Garret Hobart, 1896
Campaign Poster for William McKinley and Garret Hobart, 1896
Image by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Carleton L. Santmier
Carleton L. Santmier
 
 
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Caroline Sigafoos
Caroline Sigafoos
Photo courtesy Donna Hancock 
 
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Caroline Sigafoos Limbocker
Caroline Sigafoos Limbocker
In the East Hill Cemetery, Erie, Neosho, Kansas 
 
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Carrie Adell Strahorn
Carrie Adell Strahorn
 
 
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Carrie's inscription to Mrs. Underwood 28 Jul 1914 at Old Faithful Inn
Carrie's inscription to Mrs. Underwood 28 Jul 1914 at Old Faithful Inn
This is from our copy of Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage. It was surely written to the newly-married Mary Elizabeth Smith, wife of architect Gilbert Stanly Underwood, who in addition designing many of the grand lodges of the National Parks, worked extensively with both the Union Pacific and the Oregon Short Line Railroads.  
 
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Catherine Heidenrich Strahorn Headstone
Catherine Heidenrich Strahorn Headstone
In Monmouth Cemetery, Monmouth, Warren County, Illinois. 
 
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Catherine Stutenroth Headstone
Catherine Stutenroth Headstone
I guess after 35 years, Benjamin was long forgotten 
 
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Cemetery View
Cemetery View
At Buffalo Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Union County, Pennsylvania
Photo by Gary Zentmyer 
 
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Certificate of Death - 1923
Certificate of Death - 1923
Patton State Hospital was a mental health facility 
 
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Certificate of Death, 1888
Certificate of Death, 1888
 
 
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Certificate of Marriage
Certificate of Marriage
Dated 8 Feb 1909 in Spokane, Washington 
 
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Charle Elmore Cosby 'died at sea'
Charle Elmore Cosby 'died at sea'
From a Sons of the American Revolution application by his grandson Richard Sheridan Cosby dated 7 Aug 1947. 
 
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Christopher in the 1800 US Census
Christopher in the 1800 US Census
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1810 US Census
Christopher in the 1810 US Census
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1820 US Census
Christopher in the 1820 US Census
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Christopher in the 1830 US Census
Christopher in the 1830 US Census
In Washington Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
 

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