Western Pennsylvania Genealogy
Compiled by Douglas H. Lusher


Family Group Record



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Zephaniah Williams Aber and Elizabeth Linn




Husband Zephaniah Williams Aber 1

           Born: 1821 1
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         Father: Matthew Aber (      -      ) 1
         Mother: Prudence Bryan (      -      ) 2


       Marriage: 1844 1



Wife Elizabeth Linn 1

           Born:  - ? Patton, Washington Co, PA
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         Father: John Linn (      -      ) 1
         Mother: Eleanor [Unk] (      -      ) 1




Children
1 F Eleanor Aber 1

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         Spouse: R. A. Kent (      -      ) 1


2 M Matthew [1] Aber 1

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3 M John Aber 1

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4 F Jane Aber 1

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5 F Mary M. Aber 1

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6 F Emily Wilson Aber 1

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         Spouse: Prof. J. A. Wesco (      -      ) 1


7 M William George Aber 1

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8 M Seth P. Aber 1

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9 M Matthew [2] Aber 1

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10 M Charles L. Aber 1

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11 F Margretta De Vosse 1

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         Status: Adopted




General Notes: Husband - Zephaniah Williams Aber


He was reared on the home place, and settled after his marriage on his present farm, which he cleared and improved. His first vote was cast for the Liberty party, with which he remained until the republicans adopted its principles, and he served his township as assessor, collector and school director. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church, with which all the members of the family were associated.

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Sources


1 The History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Part II (Chicago, IL: A. W. Warner & Co., 1889), Pg 446.

2 History of Butler County, Pennsylvania (R. C. Brown & Co. Publishers, 1895), Pg 1289.


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