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Nancy STULL m. Daniel BURGER Bedford Co., Pa.
Posted by: Doug Trace (ID *****9893) Date: October 05, 2006 at 18:47:21
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Hi All,

I've been research my ancestors on and off for 28 yrs. In that time I have had a few brick walls popup. This has been my brick wall!

All I have on this line is:

Daniel Burger b. 1794, Bedford Co., Pa

m. 1825/18 NOV 1830 , Bedford Co., Pa.

Nancy Stull (No further info)

s. Christina Burger b. 1842(she married my gGrandmom's Father - Dad's side)

I did some research on Nancy and this is all I found:

1790 Census No Twp., Bedford Co., Pa.

Adam Stull 1 0 2
^(Series: M637 Roll: 9 Page: 248)

Jacob Stull 1 1 1
^(Series: M637 Roll: 9 Page: 243)

Nicholas Stull 1 1 2 (on same page within 21 households)
^(Series: M637 Roll: 9 Page: 243)

1800 Census HOPEWELL & WOODBER(towns or Twp.?), Bedford Co., Pa.( M || F - for the benefit of those who may not know)

George Stull 2 0 0 1 0 || 2 0 0 1 0
^(Series: M32 Roll: 36 Page: 440)

Jacob Stull 3 2 0 1 0 || 2 0 0 1 0
^(Series: M32 Roll: 36 Page: 435)

Nicholas Stull 3 0 0 1 0 || 2 1 0 0 1
^(Series: M32 Roll: 36 Page: 436)
(per Census record Nicholas and Jacob lived right next to each other - brothers?)

In 1810 Census Nicholas and Jacob are not listed in Bedford Co., Pa. BUT, in 1820 reappear in Woodbury Township.

Would appreciate any help with this line. Thanks for your time!

P.S. I did some further research and found some more info. I was browsing the Census'(1840, 1850, 1860, & 1870)and come across this info:

In 1860 alot of the BURGERS of this line where in Quincy Twp., Franklin Co. Pa. Since Nancy was married to a BURGER, I acted on a hunch and found her in the 1850 Census(Quincy Twp., Franklin Co. Pa.)with Brother In-law David BURGER with Christina! But, still no Daniel BURGER. Acting on another hunch I browsed the 1840 Census(Quincy Twp., Franklin Co. Pa.)and found him and Nancy there. Three of the four siblings are in this record and dates match up with the 1850 Census record! When I did a search between 1860 and 1870 for Nancy, Daniel reappears!

What this gives us is a general age for Nancy she's 40 to 50 in 1840 Census record and 54 in 1850 record. Also in 1850 record she is born in Pa.

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