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  • ID: I23
  • Name: Mary Sarah STROBLE
  • Given Name: Mary Sarah
  • Surname: Stroble
  • Sex: F
  • _UID: 961C00533ADBD511BBDFB028E358F04CE9E0
  • Note: T.H. Myers said her name was Sarah Strouble. Sarah said it was Mary Sarah Stroble. Tom Burns said it was Sarah Stroble. 1 2 3
  • Birth: 10 DEC 1766 in Hesse Province, Germany
  • Note:
    Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 16, 1766. -- Tom Burns.

    Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 16, 1766, in Germany. -- Joyce Holeman.

    Mary Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 10, 1766. -- Linda Dill.

    Mary Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 10, 1766, in Hesse Prov.(?), Germany. -- Patricia Roberts.

    Mary Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 10, 1766, in Hesse, Germany. -- mdammann@eai.com.

    Sarah Stroble was born Dec. 10, 1766, probably in Germany. -- dbstroup@maynard.apgea.army.mil.
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  • Death: 29 DEC 1835 in Van, Venango (now Clarion) Co., PA
  • Note:
    Sarah Stroble died Dec. 29, 1835. -- Tom Burns, Linda Dill, Gale Myers, Patricia Roberts, mdammann@eai.com.

    Mary Sarah "Sarah" Stoble, b: 10 December 1766 in Hesse Prov.(?), Germany m: 25 March 1783 in York Co., PA. d: 29 December 1835 in nr. Van, Venango Co.(Nunemaker Farm), PA Age at death: 69 Burial: Nunemaker Farm, Van Venango Co. Father: Zachariah Stroble Mother: Rebecca. -- Patricia Roberts.

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  • Burial: AFT 29 DEC 1835 Rockland, PA, Nunemaker Cemetery
  • Note:
    Mary Sarah Stroble is supposed to be buried in the Nunemaker Cemetery near Rockland, PA. -- Sarah Patterson.

    Mary Sarah Stroble, daughter of Zachariah Stroble & Rebecca, was born on 10 Dec 1766, and died on 29 Dec 1835; she was 69. Buried in Nunemaker Farm, Van, Venango Co., PA. -- Gale Myers, mdammann@eai.com.

    Mary Sarah "Sarah" Stoble, b: 10 December 1766 in Hesse Prov.(?), Germany m: 25 March 1783 in York Co., PA. d: 29 December 1835 in nr. Van, Venango Co.(Nunemaker Farm), PA Age at death: 69 Burial: Nunemaker Farm, Van Venango Co. Father: Zachariah Stroble Mother: Rebecca. -- Patricia Roberts.

    Sarah Stoble Myers is buried in the Nunemaker Cemetery near Van, PA. -- Helen Myers Ray.

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    Father: Zachariah STROBLE (STROUBLE) (STROWBLE) b: ABT 1732 in Annapolis, MD
    Mother: Rebecca UNKNOWN

    Marriage 1 Henry MYERS b: 17 AUG 1761 in Harford Co., near Baltimore, MD
    • Note:
      Henry and Sarah (Strouble) Myers, both Methodists, moved from Baltimore County, Maryland, to Clarion County, PA in 1807-08 and built a grist mill on the Clarion River near Alum Rock in 1811. In 1813 Henry bought a tract of land along Beaver Creek, in Beaver Township, and built a combined sawmill and grist mill in 1815 and 1817 respectively. The grist mill was used for at least manufacturing flax seed oil. The mill is at Blairs Corners. Henry and Sarah lived on the third floor of the mill, and Sarah ran the mill while Henry cleared the land and built the house, [which still stands and which is occupied by decendant Scott Apel as of 1994.] (Source: Taken from the history of the Erie Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Volume No. 2, written by Rev. J.N. Fradenburgh, and published for him by the Derrick Publishing Co. in 1907, and as rewritten in the typewritten notes of Theodore Henry Myers, 1977.)

      An old piece of paper appears to list the children as Ann, Eliza, Mary, George, Henrietta, Sarah, Henry, Margaret, John, Lovica(?), Jacob, Susanna and James, and the dates of birth listed make this the birth order also. -- Paper #1

      Consistent with the about, T.H. Myers lists the children the same and in the same order. -- Myers family tree.

      Henry Myers and Mary Sarah Stroble had 13 children. --Linda Dill.
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    • Married: 25 MAR 1783 in York Co., PA
    • Note:
      Henry Myers and Sarah Stroble were married March 24, 1785. -- Tom Burns.

      Henry Myers and Mary Sarah Stroble were married March 25, 1783 or 1785. -- Linda Dill.

      Mary Sarah "Sarah" Stoble, b: 10 December 1766 in Hesse Prov.(?), Germany m: 25 March 1783 in York Co., PA. d: 29 December 1835 in nr. Van, Venango Co.(Nunemaker Farm), PA Age at death: 69 Burial: Nunemaker Farm, Van Venango Co. Father: Zachariah Stroble Mother: Rebecca. -- Patricia Roberts.

      Henry Myers and Sarah Stroble were married in 1781. -- Myers Family Tree

      Henry and Sarah (Strouble) Myers, both Methodists, moved from Baltimore County, Maryland, to Clarion County, PA in 1807-08. -- T.H. Myers Notebook [and thus probably were married in Maryland].

      Henry Myers and Sarah Stroble were married March 25, 1783, probably in MD. -- dbstroup@maynard.apgea.army.mil.

      On 25 Mar 1783 when Henry was 21, he married Mary Sarah Stroble, daughter of Zachariah Stroble & Rebecca, in York, PA. Born on 10 Dec 1766. Mary Sarah died on 29 Dec 1835; she was 69. Buried in Nunemaker Farm, Van, Venango Co., PA. -- Gale Myers.

      Henry Myers and Mary Sarah Stroble were married March 25, 1783, in York Co., PA. -- mdammann@eai.com.
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    Children
    1. Has Children Nancy Ann MYERS b: 7 JUN 1784
    2. Has No Children Elizabeth (Eliza) MYERS b: 3 JAN 1787
    3. Has No Children Mary (Polly) MYERS b: 10 DEC 1789
    4. Has Children George Singree (Singery) MYERS b: 19 JAN 1792 in Harford Co., near Baltimore, MD
    5. Has Children Henrietta MYERS b: 7 SEP 1794 in Maryland
    6. Has No Children Mary Sarah MYERS b: 17 FEB 1797 in Maryland
    7. Has Children Henry MYERS b: 14 MAR 1799 in MD
    8. Has No Children Margaret MYERS b: 11 FEB 1803
    9. Has Children Jacob Alman MYERS b: 23 NOV 1804
    10. Has Children John MYERS b: 10 APR 1805
    11. Has Children Lovica (Louisa) (Lovicy) (Lottie) (Lucy) MYERS b: 17 AUG 1807 in PA
    12. Has Children Susanna(h) (Susan) MYERS b: 1 MAR 1811 in PA
    13. Has Children James Stroble MYERS b: 9 JUN 1813 in Richland Township, Clarion Co., PA

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Notebook of T.H. Myers, 1977
      Title: Typewritten notes in small black notebook in the possession of Win Apel as of 1996.
      Author: Theodore Henry Myers
      Publication: Blairs Corners, PA, 1977
      Note:
      This black notebook was in the possession of Edwin V. Apel, Jr. as of 1996.
    2. Abbrev: Email from Sarah, 10/19/97
      Title: Email from Sarah to Win Apel
      Author: Sarah
      Publication: October 19, 1997
      Text: Win,

      Hi; you wrote to me about the Myers family several weeks ago, too, and I'm
      just now replying -- sorry it's taken me so long. This is definitely my
      family; in fact, I got a lot of my information from a pedigree on World
      Family Tree CD #3 that you submitted (I got your name and address from the
      WFT Sumbitter Information Service and had been planning to write to you
      myself one fo these days!).

      I have George Myers and Elizabeth Singree as my 7th great-grandparents, and
      their son, Henry, married Mary Sarah Stroble. Their daughter, Henrietta,
      married Thomas Washington Mays, and the two of them were my 5th
      great-grandparents. I don't have much more than this, really. Do you know
      anything else about Elsie Singree? I noticed on your tree that Henrietta's
      husband is George Mayes; where did you get that name, and would you happen to
      know anything more about the Mays or Mayes family?

      I hope to hear from you,
      Sarah

    3. Abbrev: Burns History, 1995
      Title: A History of the Burns and Allied Families: A Look at the Road on which they Traveled
      Author: Thomas W. Burns
      Publication: March 30, 1995
      Note:
      Published by Thomas W. Burns of Huntsville, Alabama. He seems to have put a lot of work and research into the family history.
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709

      Page: P.7
    4. Abbrev: Email from Linda Dill, 7/6/98
      Title: Email to Win Apel
      Author: Linda Dill
      Publication: Greensburg, PA, July 6, 1998
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709
    5. Abbrev: Email from Patricia Roberts, 3/11/00
      Title: Email to Win Apel
      Author: Patricia H. Roberts
      Publication: March 11, 2000
    6. Abbrev: Joyce Holeman
      Title: Posting on WorldConnect Project of RootsWeb.com by Joyce Holeman Sep. 30, 2000. Email address is jholeman@pla-net.net.
      Author: Joyce Holeman
      Publication: Sept. 30, 2000.
    7. Abbrev: Family tree by Mark Dammann, 8/25/01
      Title: GEDCOM downloaded by Win Apel from Ancestry.com.
      Author: Mark Dammann, mdammann@eai.com
      Publication: RootsWeb FamilyConnect Project, August 25, 2001
    8. Abbrev: Email from Linda Dill, 7/6/98
      Title: Email to Win Apel
      Author: Linda Dill
      Publication: Greensburg, PA, July 6, 1998
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709

      Page: P.2
    9. Abbrev: Family tree by Gale Myers
      Title: Family tree database printout as sent to Win Apel via an email of November 30, 1998.
      Author: Gale Myers
      Publication: Colorado Springs, CO, November 30, 1998
      Repository:
        Name: Gale Myers
        Colorado Springs Co, 80920
        Note:
        gale.myers@smawins.com
    10. Abbrev: Email from Sarah Patterson, 8/21/98
      Title: Email from Sarah Patterson to Win Apel
      Author: Sarah Patterson
      Publication: August 21, 1998
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709
    11. Abbrev: Notes of Helen Myers, 3/23/01
      Title: Notes and letters to Win Apel.
      Author: Helen Myers Ray
      Publication: Franklin, PA, March 23, 2001
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709

      Page: Enclosing picture of her grave with marker that she had made.
    12. Abbrev: History of Erie Conference, 1907
      Title: History of the Erie Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Volume No. 2
      Author: Rev. J.N. Fradenburgh
      Publication: Derrick Publishing Co., 1907
      Note:
      History of the Erie Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Volume No. 2, written by Rev. J.N. Fradenburgh, and published for him by the Derrick Publishing Co. in 1907, and as rewritten in the typewritten notes of Theodore Henry Myers, 1977.
    13. Abbrev: Old piece of paper #1
      Title: Very old scrap of paper written in ink, perhaps in the early 1800s
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709
    14. Abbrev: Family tree by T.H. Myers
      Title: Old family tree written in pencil on very large sheet of paper, with handwritten information on the reverse side
      Author: T.H. Myers
      Publication: Wentlings Corners, PA
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709
    15. Abbrev: Email from Linda Dill, 7/3/98
      Title: Email message to Win Apel
      Author: Linda Dill
      Publication: Greensburg, PA, July 3, 1998
      Repository:
        Name: Win Apel
        Boise, Idaho 83709
    16. Abbrev: GEDCOM of dbstroup@maynard.apgea.army.mil
      Title: GEDCOM as viewed on RootsWeb World Connect Project by Win Apel on July 27, 2002.
      Author: Unknown, dbstroup@maynard.apgea.army.mil
      Publication: RootsWeb World Connect Project, August 25, 2001

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