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  1. Jacob Haverstock: Birth: 1786 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 20 NOV 1868 in Zanesville, Allen, Indiana

  2. Mary Haverstock: Birth: ABT 1787 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 10 APR 1852

  3. Andrew Haverstock: Birth: ABT 1788 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania.

  4. Anne Eliza Haverstock: Birth: ABT 1789 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania.

  5. Conrad Haverstock: Birth: 19 APR 1790 in Bedford, Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 9 SEP 1852 in New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas, Ohio

  6. Tobias Haverstock: Birth: 29 MAR 1792 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 8 SEP 1855 in Mount Eaton, Wayne, Indiana

  7. Elizabeth Margaret Haverstock: Birth: 11 APR 1796 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 22 DEC 1866 in , Van Wert, Ohio

  8. Margaret Haverstock: Birth: 1 NOV 1799 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 8 SEP 1877 in , Williams, Ohio

  9. Frederick Haverstock: Birth: 2 OCT 1801 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 12 APR 1833 in Mount Eaton, Wayne, Indiana

  10. Daniel Haverstock: Birth: 27 AUG 1806 in , Bedford, Pennsylvania. Death: 14 MAY 1888 in Mount Eaton, Wayne, Ohio

a. Note:   ! Copyright 1984-2017 FamilyHart, Inc (A Nonprofit Corporation) - ARRIVED PHILADELPHIA IN 1765 ON SHIP "CHANCE". LIVED IN BEDFORD UNTIL 1811. MAY 10, 1778, 3RD CO., 5TH BATALION, YORK CO. MILITIA. 1787 TAX LIST, BEDFORD TWP., BEDFORD, PENNSYLVANIA. GOTLIP REIGHERT ISSUES AN EJECTMENT ON CONRAD IN 1801. BURIED MOUNT EATON LUTHERAN. Officer, Ensign of the First Batalion of Beford County, Pennsylvania Militia, 2nd Company. A leader in the Whiskey Rebellion. - !Conrad Haverstock, a native of Switzerland, came to America with his parents, who settled in the State of New York, subsequently removing to Tuscarawas County, Ohio, in 1812, and to Paint township in 1817, settling on the farm now owned by Daniel Haverstock, where he lived and died in his 75th year, 1830. He entered the farm from the Government. He was married to Margaret Richard, of Bedford County, PA, and had ten children, all of whom are dead but Daniel, who now lives upon and owns the old farm. He was a member of the Lutheran church, and is buried in Mt. Eaton. Daniel Haverstock, only remaining son of Conrad, was born in Bedford County, Pa., August 27, 1806; came to Paint township, With his father, and has pursued the vocation of farmer all his life. He was married to Rebecca Kiser, of Paint township, and has had ten children, three of whom are dead. His wife died May 13, 1868. ["History of Wayne County, Ohio : from the days of the pioneers and first settlers to the present time" - Indianapolis, Ind.: R. Douglass, 1878 - Sub by FoFG] - !Captain, Peter Zollinger. First Lieutenant, Daniel Amer. Second Lieutenant . Joseph Baltzley. Ensign. Anthony Snvd. Privates. Adam Brener. Jacob Bowser. Christian Baker, Noah Bowser, David Baker, Valentine Barkhymcr, Daniel Bowser, Henry Baltzley, Jacob Bower. Abram Bowser, Ulrich Bernhard, John Bower. John Brener, Jacob Baker. John Brigner. Gotlieb Brizner, Nicholas Dillow, Conrad Dull. Philip Emeck, Peter Gise. Nicholas Goip. Wendel Gyer. Henry Heiney. Ludwig Heiner, John Hidler. Conrad Haverstock, 272 HISTORY OF YORK COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA - !From: "Norman E. Donoghue, II" < <>> Subject: [BRE] Whiskey Rebellion in Bedford Co- 1794 Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2011 07:49:53 -0400 - !Perhaps this is just a curiosity of Bedford History-- The following extract came to me from Pioneer Library of Bedford County Historical Society when I asked about the Whiskey Rebellion-- Extracted from a history, but unfortunately, they did not identify which one, maybe the one of Bedford and Somerset counties. During this time people who were protesting the whiskey tax erected poles called "liberty-poles" which signified that they were active insurgents and those in sympathy with them in many parts of the region. Up on these poles were hoisted flags bearing such inscriptions as "Death to Traitors", "Liberty and No Excise," Equal Taxation and No Excise," etc. - !"...during the November sessions in 1794, before James Riddle, Esq. , President judge, and George Woods and Hugh Barclay, Esqs., his associates the following named residents of Bedford county were bound in sums varying from 30 to 300 [pounds sterling] each, to appear at the Bedford county court of quarter sessions, January term 1795, "to answer to such bills of Indictments as shall be then and there preferred against them for Riot and other Treasonable proceedings in assisting and abetting the setting up a seditious Pole in opposition to the Laws of the United States "namely: Simon Kenton, John McGaughey, John Linn, George Sill, Baltzer Hess, John Cochran, William Todd, Ludwick Samuels, Thomas Smith, Peter Morgart, William Wilson of Hopewell; Isaac Bonnett, Martin Fritz Michael James Doyle, William Wilson of Bedford; Joseph Scullknot, Hill Wilson, Nicholas Wilson, Jacob Reickard, Conrad Haverstock, Neal McMullin, Michael Barndollar, Joseph Lilly, Thomas Moore, Barnabas Blue , Henry Reickard, Andrew Sheets, John Paxton, Sr., Adam Ritchey, Joseph Sparks, John Kenton, John Foster, Jacob Chamberlain, Jochn Mackey, Henry Beeckley, George Bastion, Frederick Hill, John Britz, John Utsler, Peter Vorces, Jacob Earnest, George Croyle, George Bowser, James Smith, Michael Iron, John McClimans, Jacob Nagle, Robert Moore, David Ford, Simon Ford, William Kagy, Jacob Way, Michael Samuel, John Wisegarver, Jacob Helm., William McCauley, John Sill, George Cardue, Philip Wolfe, John Mortimore, James Mortimore, Jr., Peter Countz, Peter Countz, Jr., Conrad Hartzel, Daniel McCarty, Samuel Countz, Dadam Davebaugh, Jacob Davebaugh, William Nickerson, John Peck, George Williams, Thomas Blair, William Paxton, Martin Utsler, John Hartzel, Adam Bowers, Doct. John Kimmel, George Swarts, Michael Kuntz, Nicholas Cover, Jacob Hell, Daniel Lindle Smith, Jacob Hoil, John Miller, Abraham Miller, George Tedrow, Michael Mourer, John Seel, James Conner, John Killpatrick, Jonathan Woodsides, Daniel McCarty, John Martin William Pinkerton, John Miller, Jr., Peter Augustine, Henry Everly, Henry Foust, Adam Hoil, Jonathan Pollard, Robert Culbertson, Nathaniel Chaney, Michael Blue, Benjamin Lupton, Francis Reynolds, Samuel Chance and George Bewer." - !These men all appeared at the January sessions, 1795, and plead guilty to the charges against them, whereupon they were sentenced to pay fines ranging from five shillings to 15 pounds sterling each. Those paying more largely than the majority were William Wilson, Simon Kenton, George Sill, Joseph Scullknot, Conrad Haverstock, Andrew Sheets, John Britz, Jacob Helm and Baltzer Hess.² - !What amazes me is the very few German names. I think Brethren rendered unto Caesar......and did not wish to go against governmental mandates not involving war. If this is a diversion, please excuse my inexperience in introducing it. - !Ned - !It appears that he lost his land in Bedford County in 1808. It may have been on account of his involvement with the Whiskey Rebellion, where upon he moved to Ohio. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.