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Maria Dorothea Fehler

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A list of the communions the Fehler family attended at the Smithfield Lutheran Church between 1755 and 1783 . Compiled for Harry Ball by Mildred Williams in November 1976.
Birth*26 June 17601 
Baptism13 July 1760Springfield Lutheran Church, Springfield Township, Bucks County, OH, USA; sponsor is David Eberheimer and Barbara Horn1 
Orphan Records*23 March 1780Northampton County, PA, USA; Petition of Dorothea Fehler, widow of Adam Fehler, late of Saucon Township leaving 5 children. Dorothy, Ann Margaret, Ann Mary, John Adam (All above age of 14) and John George, under age of 14.

Northampton County Orphans Court records, file 38-23671 
ChartsFehler - Falor descendancy chart with all known descendants.
FatherHans Adam Fehler1 (1718 - 1 May 1778)
MotherAnna Maria Dorothea Turckert2 (1720 - )

Citations

  1. [S20] Mildred Williams, "Williams research."
  2. [S41] Harry Liggett, "Harry Liggett's research", Includes emails and various list including:
    Birth and death listings from the Summit County Probate Court.
    Marriages for Summit, Medina, Portage and Stark Counties in Ohio.
    Falor obituaries from the Akron Beacon Journal.
    Estate and land purchase records for Summit County.
    Information and tombstone photos from Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Akron Ohio.
Last Edited15 May 2016

Peter Fehler1

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ChartsFehler - Falor descendancy chart with all known descendants.
John George Fehler's descendancy chart with all known descendants.
FatherJohn George Fehler1 (bt 1766 - 1777 - 1800)
Foster MotherMagdalena Hartzell1

Citations

  1. [S7] Harry M. Ball, "Harry Ball's research", Includes an extensive collection of research papers, newspaper articles and hundreds of family documents complied during his research in the 1970's. A scan of his book can be downloaded from http://falor.com/images/Harry-Balls-Fehler-Book.pdf
Last Edited20 May 2005

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ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.

Children of ? Fermelia

Children 1.John Fermelia+
 2.Rudolph Fermelia+1
 3.Victoria Fermelia1
 4.Albina Fermelia1
 5.Richard Fermelia1
 6.Erma Fermelia1

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
Last Edited24 Jun 2006

Albina Fermelia1

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Marriage*(?) Zornada1 
(Witness) HistoryCame to the US in 1950 or so from Argentina.1 
ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.
Father? Fermelia1

Family: Albina Fermelia and (?) Zornada

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
Last Edited24 Jun 2006

Alfred Fermelia1

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ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.
FatherRudolph Fermelia1
MotherBernadine Demark1

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
Last Edited24 Jun 2006

Alvin Fermelia1

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(Witness) HistoryNo Issue1 
ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.
FatherRudolph Fermelia1
MotherBernadine Demark1

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
Last Edited24 Jun 2006

Angelo Fermelia1

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ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.
FatherJohn Fermelia1
MotherAnnie Grabar1

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
Last Edited23 Jun 2006

Anita Catherine Fermelia1

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Marriage*Gary Dean Laing 
ChartsAll known Fermelia's related to the Falor family.
All known Laing's related to the Falor family.
FatherJohn Fermelia1
MotherAnnie Grabar1

Children of Anita Catherine Fermelia and Gary Dean Laing

Children 1.Lori Lee Laing+1
 2.Teri Lynn Laing+2

Citations

  1. [S68] Interview, Teri Falor, ongoing.
  2. [S46] Interview, Ralph Falor, Sunday November 13, 2005.
Last Edited23 Jun 2006
 

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