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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Brumbaugh: Birth: OCT 1797 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 2 APR 1889

  2. John Miller Brumbaugh: Birth: 29 MAY 1798 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 23 OCT 1882 in Missouri

  3. George Brumbaugh: Birth: OCT 1799 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 19 AUG 1880 in Stark Co, OH

  4. William Brumbaugh: Birth: 20 MAR 1801 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 28 MAR 1854 in Lake Twp., Stark Co., Ohio

  5. David Brumbaugh: Birth: 18 MAY 1802 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 30 JUN 1871

  6. Issac Brumbaugh: Birth: 31 DEC 1803 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 6 AUG 1833

  7. Samuel Brumbaugh: Birth: 4 SEP 1804 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 21 JAN 1886

  8. Henry Brumbaugh: Birth: 4 NOV 1805 in Huningdon Co., PA. Death: 21 JUL 1886 in Randolph, Portage, Ohio


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Daniel Brumbaugh: Birth: 1807. Death: 27 NOV 1840

  2. Christena Brumbaugh: Birth: 7 DEC 1809. Death: 21 JUN 1834

  3. Mary Brumbaugh: Birth: 5 DEC 1811. Death: 22 AUG 1898

  4. Ester Brumbaugh: Birth: 20 JAN 1815. Death: 28 JUN 1899

  5. Susan Brumbaugh: Birth: 10 SEP 1818. Death: 16 APR 1853

  6. Andrew Brumbaugh: Birth: 10 SEP 1818. Death: 11 JUN 1886

  7. Lewis Brumbaugh: Birth: 8 MAR 1821 in Hartville, Stark, Ohio. Death: 5 MAR 1901 in Hartville, Stark, Ohio, USA


Sources
1. Title:   One World Tree (sm)
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d.
2. Title:   1820 United States Federal Census
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004
3. Title:   1850 United States Federal Census
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005

Notes
a. Note:   Conrad had total of 11 sons and 4 daughters. His first wife was Mary Elizabeth Miller, who died 1805 in Bedford Co., PA. He married Catherine Markley in 1806. They moved to Ohio about 1811 , and lived on a farm two miles north of Middlebranch. He hunted throughtout the area that now is Hartville. Because there was no settlement - only timber, land, swamp and lake - he used a tomahawk to blaze the trails. It was during one of those exeditions that he selected a homesite, a spot on the present Quail Hollow parkland. He shot a deer at that location, hung up what he not carry, and returned anouther day for the remainder of the meat and also to look over the area. Shortly afterward he traveled to Columbus, Ohio and made his claim for the land. Around 1820 he moved to his new home. He was a brother to Susannah Brumbaugh who married John Markley. The 1788 list of taxables in Woodbury (woodberry) twp. Huntingdon Co., Pa. listed he owned 250 acres. Conrad and Catherine are burried in Brumbaugh Cemetery 1 mile north of Hartville, Oh.



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