Anna Dorothy

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Christopher Gettig

Anna Dorothy 1

  • Marriage (1): Christopher Gettig
  • Died: Sunbury, Northumberland, PA

  Noted events in her life were:

1. Book: History of Northumberland County, 1891. 1

SUNBURY IN 1808
The first triennial assessment of Sunbury borough was made in 1805, but the list of taxable inhabitants for that year is incomplete; the second was made in 1808, and exhibits the following improved property, with names of respective owners and occupants.

Front Street.- Frame house and stable, owned by Henry Aurand; log and brick house and stable, owned and occupied by James Black, weaver; log house and stable, owned by Conrad Minnich and occupied by John Baker; stone house and stable, owned and occupied by John Boyd, register and recorder of the county; brick house and stable, owned and occupied by John Buyers, merchant and justice of the peace; log house, occupied by Widow Brown; log house, owned by William Moore and occupied by Andrew Callum, school master; small log house, owned by James Black and occupied by William Coldron, baker; frame house, owned by William Witman and occupied by John Colsher, school master; frame house, owned by John Buyers and occupied by Philip Cook, tailor; log house, old house, and stable, owned and occupied by William Dewart, Sr.; log house and stable, owned and occupied by Henry Goodhart; log house and stable, owned and occupied by Ann Gettig, widow; log house and stable, owned by Jacob Kendig and occupied by Peter Grahl, physician; log house and stable, owned by Henry Shaffer and occupied by Samuel Hahn, weaver; brick house and stable, owned and occupied by Charles Hall, attorney; log house and stable owned by Zachariah Robins and occupied by John Kinzer, boatman; frame house and stable, owned and occupied by Mary Lyon, widow, innkeeper; frame house and stable, owned and occupied by Daniel Levy, prothonotary of the county; log house, owned by William Witman and occupied by Nicholas Mantz, butcher; frame house and stable, owned and occupied by Widow McKinney, storekeeper; old log house, owned by a Mr. Hubley and occupied by Adam Snyder; log house and stable, owned by John Buyers and occupied by Jacob Singer, innkeeper; log house and stable, owned by a Mr. Fisher and occupied by Joseph Shannon; log house and stable, owned and occupied by Enoch Smith, attorney; stone house, owned and occupied by Jeremiah Simpson; small brick house, owned by Elizabeth Gettig and occupied by William Withington, hatter; frame house, owned by Margaret Baxter and occupied by Elizabeth Wilet; log house, owned by Widow Epley and occupied by Adam Snyder, butcher.


Anna married Christopher Gettig. (Christopher Gettig died on 2 Jul 1790 in Sunbury, Northumberland, PA 1 2.)


Sources


1 Bell, Herbert C, History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania: including its aboriginal history; the colonial and revolutionary periods; early settlement and subsequent growth; political organization; agricultural, mining, and manufacturing interests; internal improvements; religious, educational, social, and military history; sketches of its boroughs, villages, and townships; portraits and biographies of pioneers and representative citizens etc, etc. (Chicago, Ill.: Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers. 1891), Chapter 14, pages 444-514, Part A: Sunbury.

2 Gerberich, Albert Henry (1864-, Gerberich Collection (The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, has the notes of genealogist Albert H. Gerberich, Ph.D, collected over many years.).



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