Queries 42-45 for October 31, 1930

QUERY FORTY-TWO

BASH—Wanted: Did the Rev. JOHN BASH, who died in 1833 in Pennsylvania, belong to the Westmoreland County, Pa., the Lancaster County, Pa., or the Frederick County, Va., family? His ancestors and children wanted. Address—DR. J. CULVER HARTZELL, Madisonville Road, Blue Ash, Ohio.

QUERY FORTY-THREE

ZIEGLER—Wanted: Any information concerning the parents, (and their ancestral lines), of JOHN ZIEGLER who lived in Red Stone Township, Pennsylvania about 1780. Did he serve during the Revolutionary War? (Editor’s note: The following named places are in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, namely, Redstone, (mail Grindstone); Redstone Junction, (mail Oliver); Redstone Central Junction, (mail Brier Hill); Red Stone Ovens, (mail Brownfield). It is not known whether any of the above named places are located in Red Stone, Township, Pa.) Address: MISS HATTIE KING OWEN, 237 Solar Hill, Bristol, Virginia.

QUERY FORTY-FOUR

REVELEY—Wanted: Dates of the birth, marriage, and death of JOHN REVELEY of Reveley, Buckingham County, Virginia, who was living in 1782. Further details concerning his parents will be appreciated. Maiden name of the wife of JOHN REVELEY and her parentage desired. Address: MISS HATTIE KING OWEN, 237 Solar Hill, Bristol, Virginia.

QUERY FORTY-FIVE

THERRIOTTE—Wanted: Any information obtainable regarding two French Huguenots named WILLIAM WROUGHTEN THERRIOTTE and his son, DOMINIQUE HERRIOTTE, who settled at Towles Point, Lancaster County, Virginia. The maiden name of their wives are wanted. Address: MISS HATTIE KING OWEN, 237 Solar Hill, Bristol, Virginia.

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