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Clan McHenry Retyped Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Due to the interest in preserving the information from the McHenry Clan book written in 1950 by Mae and Torrence McHenry, Bill Schamberger retyped the information from the book into the modern format. Book contains information on John & his wife Sussannah (McNeal) McHenry. John was born in Northern Ireland and came to America and settled in Goshen, New York and eventually moved to Pottsgrove, Northumberland County, PA and died there. His 9 children moved to what is now Columbia County, and Daniel and Thomas remained there and the other children moved to New York.
Daniel McHenry 1755 Book 111 John "Hunter" McHenry 1785 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book is on John "Hunter" McHenry born 1785 son of Daniel & Mary (Stevens) McHenry. He was the original proprietor of the McHenry Distillery born 1812 which his son ROHR continued with the business and it was passed down to John G. McHenry and the fire destroyed the business. McHenry Distillery was located in Benton, Columbia County, PA. He was the first born child on the north side of Knob Mountain and the McHenry's were early settlers in the area. The family came from Goshen, NY to Pottsgrove, Northumberland County, PA. and on to Benton.
Daniel McHenry 1755 book I -John McHenry 1777, Benjamin McHenry 1778 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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John McHenry son of Daniel and Mary (Stevens) McHenry was baptized in Goshen, New York and died at age 5 of BURNS after they moved to Northumberland County, PA and MAYBE buried with his grandfather at the Chillisquaque Cemetery. There were 3 Chillisquaque cemeteries in that area, the records of the third one St. Vincent's just came to light recently when they started working on the bypass 2 miles outside of Milton. Benjamin McHenry was the second son of Daniel and was baptized at Goshen, New York and married Betsy Rhone and they had five children. He was a lumberman and raftsman taking rafts of timber down Fishingcreek to tidewater at Port Deposit, MD. During one trip he was stricken wi ...
Daniel McHenry 1755 book II - Daniel Butterfield McHenry 1783 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Past History said the Butterfield middle name came as when the McHenry family escaped from the West Branch to Fort Augusta for safety from the Indian raids a family by the name of Butterfield gave the family shelter. He was the fourth son of Daniel & Mary (Stevens) McHenry. He was raised in Stillwater, now Columbia County, PA. Upon attaining his majority he was given part of his father's land holdings between Raven Creek and Fishingcreek, where he lived all his days and where his son Joseph F. lived and his granddaughter Ella McHenry Hagenbuch made their home. Records show that the family were farmers in the early years. Daniel married Mary Coleman and they had 11 children who intermarri ...
Daniel McHenry 1755-Book IV Jane 1780, Uriah 1787 & Martha 1789 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book contains genealogy on three children of Daniel & Mary (Stevens)McHenry. Uriah McHenry a son was a shoemaker and his cobbler shop stood on the banks of Fishingcreek, Northumberland, now Columbia Co., PA. he was a philosopher and orator and was well read for the times. He married Patsy "Charlotte" Rhone. Daughter Jane married Silas Jackson. Daughter Martha married John Stiles.
Dnaile McHenry 1755 - book V, Moses, Elias, Mary, Susannah & Sarah Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book is genealogy on the 5 youngest children of Daniel & Mary (Stevens) McHenry. Moses was a man of exceptional business ability and of many activities.1827 he built the first bridge across Fishingcreek at Stillwater. he was a deeply religious man and founder of the first Christian Church in Fishingcreek Twp. he donated the land for the church & Stillwater cemetery. He served in the War of 1812 as Captain of 3rd. Company 71st. PA regiment. Elias was a farmer, a lumberman and a carpenter. he built & Operated one of the first saw mills on Fishingcreek. Daughter Mary died age 19, Susannah married Robert Edgar and Sarah died young and never married. Both sons remained on the original p ...
Edward 1768 & Matthew McHenry 1771 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Edward & Matthew are sons of John & Susannah (McNeil) McHenry. Several of John 's children left Columbia County, PA and went to New York. Edward moved to western NY and drown in Lake Erie leaving a wife and children. Matthew remain in Allegany Co., NY and also died at a young age leaving a wife and children. In 2018 one descendant remained in the area. This line also were the owners of a jewelry store in Hornell, NY.
James Clinton McHenry 1758 & John "The twin" McHenry 1760 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Over 20 years ago I was contacted with someone doing research on John McHenry born 1760 and he believed it was the twin of Thomas- both sons of John and Susannah McHenry. Our family history had John moving to Southport, NY and per pension records staying in that area. However, after a lot of research and one obituary found in 2017 on a trip to Elmira, the children's names of both these Johns overlapped. The other John lived in Adams County, Ohio. Could he have traveled back and forth-this distance-. He married Anna Miller and the Miller family were back and forth between the two locations. Any information to disprove our information is welcomed.
James McClure Sons Vinniedee Hippensteel
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This book has the genealogy of the two sons of James McClure. All information was documents with actual records. The home still stands on their original property in Bloomsburg, Columbia County, PA and is owned by the Fort McClure Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.
Martha "McHenry" Lemmon 1764 and Mary McHenry 1766 Vinniedee Hippensteel
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Martha daughter of John & Susannah (McNeal) McHenry married Hugh Lemmon and they moved from Columbia County to Alleghany County, New York and her siblings remained in that area but, Martha and Hugh moved north to Lavonia, NY and remained there. Mary sister of Martha probably married a Edgar and follow Martha and family to Lavonia and she may have married Hugh after her sister's death.

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