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Shirer Family Genealogy Project Posted on: 24 Jun 2000, by Denny_Shirer

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Just to let everyone know on this board the existence of the Shirer Family Genealogy Project. We are a group of researchers all connected to the Shirer Family. This includes the descendants of John Sh...

Arthur Shirer of Addison Pa. Posted on: 08 Jan 2000, by Arthur Shirer II

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LOOKING FOR ALL LINKS -one son Raymond Miller Shirer (my father) Martha Driscoll Shirer (my mother)

Re: Conrad Shirer Posted on: 07 Oct 1999, by Jeff W. Shirah

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Karl, Do have any information on any other of Conrad's children...if there were any? Jeff W. Shirah jws3837@garnet.acns.fsu.edu

Re: Catherine A Shirer, abt 1801 - 185? Posted on: 05 Sep 2006, by mpbeck

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Denny, thank you for your post/reply! I just discovered this branch of the old family tree this past weekend once I received my gr-gr-gr-grandfather Adam Burket's death certificate, which listed Cat...

Re: Catherine A Shirer, abt 1801 - 185? Posted on: 05 Sep 2006, by Denny_Shirer

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Michael, Catherine is more than likely the daughter of Adam Scheurer. There were only two Scheurers in Southampton at this time and they were my ancestor Valentine Scheurer and Adam Scheurer. Valenti...

Catherine A Shirer, abt 1801 - 185? Posted on: 05 Sep 2006, by mpbeck

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Looking for information on Catherine A Shirer, wife of Jacob Burket, of Southampton Twp, Somerset Co., PA. She was born around 1801 and is not listed after the 1850 census. Jacob and Catherine had...

Schurer,Schura, Shura Posted on: 23 Nov 2005, by Russ Shura

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Information on a Millwright named Schurer who worked in the Hauge Mill in Slangerup, Denmark in 1855-1856. Schurer and Catrine Sundersun gave birth to a son on February 19, 1856. Their son was our Gra...

Re: Peter Shirer Posted on: 04 May 2005, by Denny_Shirer

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Your very welcome! I am going to the library on Thursday. I will see if there are any burials for those Shireys in Warstler cemetery.

Re: Peter Shirer Posted on: 04 May 2005, by galswen1

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I was able to contact the people at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and they have confirmed that Peter Shiry and Lidia Bennet were members there during the late 1830's. For what it's worth, a joint c...

Re: Peter Shirer Posted on: 01 May 2005, by Denny_Shirer

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There was a large Swiss/German settlement in Plain Twp. and most of them were Lutheran. There is a Lutheran church right across the street from Henry Warstler Cemetery where many of them are buried. I...

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