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Henry HARKLEROAD
Catharine ELY
Husband:  Henry HERGELROD/HARKLEROAD
Birth:  21 Oct 1746
Death:  19 Feb 1836
Disposition:  buried Beelers Cemetery, Weaver Pike, Bristol Co., TN
Marriage:  7 Feb 1769, First Reformed Church, Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA
Wife:  Catharine ELY
Birth:  1749
Death:  1780
Children:
1.  Daniel HARKLEROAD, b. 18 Dec 1769, Lancaster Co., PA
2.  Martin HARKLEROAD, b. 1771
3.  Rebecca HARKLEROAD, b. 1773
4.  Samuel HARKLEROAD, b. 1774
5.  Lawrence HARKLEROAD, b. 1775


Sources:

1.  F. Edward Wright.  1994.  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century.  Vol. 2.  Family Line Publ., Westminster, MD (Broderbund CD-166).
First Reformed Church, Lancaster
The First Reformed register begins in 1736; the church was built the same year...
Present-day location: First Reformed, 40 East Orange Street, Lancaster...
FIRST REFORMED CONGREGATION AT LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA
Copied by William J. Hinke...
MARRIAGE RECORDS...
Rev. Philip William Otterbein...
Henry Hergelrod m. Catharine Ely on February 7, 1769.

2.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Ancestral File.

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