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“never married ”
| |-Emily (Amelia) Clapper married Jacob S. WISE | |-Susan WISE m3. Joseph Sha
1809 d. 1840\5
9 MAR 1806
10 JUL 1830
m2. Daniel Brumbaugh b. 1830
My note: Emily is Annie Oakley¹s grandmother
d. 19 MAR 1836
MP Married Mary Jane Hardman, 1805~,,
d. 18 AUG 1908
Married Amelia (Emily) Clapper, 1809 1840\5
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m1. Jacob Moses in 1850 in Blair Co., PA. | - M a r y J a n e M o s e s b . b e t w e e n 1 8 5 0 a n d 1 8 6 0 i n H o l l i d a y s b u r g , B l a i r C o . , P A . b. between 1850 and 1860 in Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA. |-Lyda Moses
|-Elizabeth Moses b. between 1850 and 1860 in Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA.
|-Sarah Ellen Moses |
b. between 1850 and 1860 in Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA.
|-Phoebe Anne (Annie) Moses
(She became Annie Oakley) b. 13 AUG 1860
d. 3 NOV 1926
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Born near Willowdell on Spencer Road, one mile south of OH 705 in Patterson Twp., Now owned by Walter Swallow. A marker exists. Married Francis (Frank) Butler, 1850 1926.11.21,, * ^ in 1876. He was a marksman as well, but became her manager. Died in Greenville. Buried New Brock Cem. with her husband, on Beamsville-St. Marys Road near OH 185 northeast of Greenville just off US Rt. 127.
Annie OakleyFoundation, Greenville, 513-547-3966
(Bess Edwards, great neice of Annie). Her name has been given as Mosey
married Francis (Frank) Butler
b: 1850 in Ireland d. 21 NOV 1926 Two children by previous marriage
| |-John Henry Moses
married Laura York
b. after 1860 in Ohio b: ABT 1860
b. after 1860 in Ohio.
|-Catherine Clapper b. 1770 in Huntington, Pennsylvania
| |-Daniel Clapper
b. 9 May 1772 in Carson Valley, Blair, Pennsylvania
married Catherine LOWER in 1796
b. 1777 in Pa
18 Aug 1847 in Carson Valley, Blair, Pennsylvania
27 Sep 1853 in Carson Valley, Blair, Pennsylvania
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Daniel Clapper the oldest son of Emanuel was a bound boy for eleven years to one Brumbaugh living near Hagerstown, Md. On reaching his majority he came to Piney Creek to the farm known now as the Wolf farm. At this early time the country was a wilderness. The said Mr. Brumbaugh formerly owned this farm and during Daniel¹s bondage he threatened to run away when Brumbaugh promised him that if he would stay his time he would give him this farm. In the mean time, Brumbaugh sold the farm to Daniel¹s father, who moved on it. When Daniel was free he came to claim his property when he was told that his father had bought it. Daniel married Catherine Lower of Williamsburg and settled in Canoe Valley on a farm now owned by Charles Ross. To this union were born Henry (grandfather of Sherman, Linda, Ira, Louis and Harriett), Adam, Jacob, Daniel, George, Emanuel, Catherine, Elisabeth, Sarah, Mary, Margaret and Susan, all having lived their three score and ten years excepting Adam. A German Bible 1?0 years old in which is recorded the family record is in the possession of one of the family.
Daniel Clapper with his family of 12 children moved from Canoe Valley to Carson Valley in 1827, where his sons Jacob, George, and Emanuel lived for 70 continuous years and died there and were buried in the Carson Valley Cemetery by the side of their parents. The Carson Valley farm being divided, George, living on the one part and the bachelor brother, Jacob, lived with Emanuel on the other part. Daniel had 69? Grandchildren. His progeny extends the length and breadth of our country even to California. The writer is a great-great grandson of the first Emanuel Clapper who landed in Baltimore harbor in 1765.
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| |-Henry Clapper
b. 22 Sep 1797 in Woodbury, Huntington, Pennsylvania
married Catharine Kephart
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| |-Jonathan K. Clapper
married Susan Evers
married Lucy Noble
d. 27 Sep 1873 in Indiana, Tippecanoe, Indiana