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Re: MUNNELL in SW PA, 1800's and today
Posted by: Chuck Brahler Date: March 30, 2001 at 16:02:03
In Reply to: MUNNELL in SW PA, 1800's and today by Sarah Rossing of 42

I am doing research on the family of John Hand(1795-1876) who came from Washington County, PA around 1820 to Ohio/Marshall Counties of West Virginia. I have some evidence to believe his wife was Sarah Munnell, daughter of John and Jane Wallace Munnell. In the will for John Munnell dated April 1823 he left thirty dollars to his son-in-law, a John Hand. Another piece of evidence is that at the Pigeon Creek Pres. Cemetery behind the graves for John and Jane Wallace Munnell is William Roger Hand. William Roger Hand(b. 1852, d. 1853) is the grandson of John Hand(1795-1876). According to her stone, Sarah was born on June 18, 1795 . My question is: Do you have a birth date for Samuel Munnell? Could Samuel and Sarah be twins?

Thanks, Chuck.


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