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The Springer homestead and its family : their place and part in history

compiled by Kathleen Rizer
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Tipp City, Ohio : Rizer Research, [1986]
15, [2], 6, 7, [1] leaves : ill., map.

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"The information below has been compiled in order to promote the Springer Homestead which is located in Fayette County, Pennsylvania."

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Contents: The Springer homestead and its family / Kathleen Rizer -- [To] friends of the Springer homstead -- What we know about Dennis Springer -- Dennis Springer, 1712, is whose son? / Ruth Beck Irwin -- Springer homestead -- Ann Prickkett, wife of Dennis Springer / Dr. Ruth Becky Irwin -- Searching for Ann Prickett Springer and Jacob Larue / Kathleen Rizer.

Dennis Springer (1712-1760) and his wife, Ann Prickett, were married in Burlington County, New Jersey, in 1736. They had eleven children, 1737-ca. 1758. The family was living in Frederick County, Virginia, by 1753. His will was written and proved there in 1760. His fourth son, Levi Springer (1744-1823), was living in the vacinity of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, by 1782. He built the Springer homestead. He married twice and was the father of fifteen children.

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