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A history of four families

by Mary Jean Johnson Lehman
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cincinnati, Ohio : M.J.J. Lehman, [1996?]
iii, 227 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes Bigler, Holtzclaw, Steiger, Foreman, Taylor, Casteel, and related families.

Abraham Johnson settled ca. 1740 in Hampshire County, West Virginia, coming from New Jersey. One of his descendants, John Thomas Johnson (1850-1932), was born in Wood County, Virginia and married Susan Mina Uhl (1857-1928). She was a descendant of David Uhl (1726-1818) who immigrated to the U.S. in 1754 from Germany and died in Wood County, West Virginia. John Lyons (1756-1836) was born in Prince William County, Virginia and married Susannah Holtzclaw. He later died in Harrison County, Virginia. One of his descendants, Porter Lyon (1868-1917) of Harrison County, married Mary Savannah Whiteman (1870-1900). She was a descendant of Edward Whiteman who was born in Eastern Virginia and later moved to Big Rock Camp, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Hare and later died in 1827.

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