|Metzgar||Andrew Barbara||a dau.||Eliz 10/29/1773||sp. Eliz. Metzgar|
|Junkin||John and Anna Maria||a son||John Michael 11/13/1773.||Sp. John Michael and Anna Mgt. "Yungkin"|
|Metzgar||Casper and Julianna||a dau.||Catharine 3/30/1777|
|Metzgar||Andrew and Barb.||a dau.||Eliz. Cath. 10/23/1776.||sp. John Metzgar and wf.|
|Metzgar||Caspar and wife||a dau.||Eliz. 11/18/1777.|
|Metzgar||Andrew and Barb.||a son||Philip 11/7/1778||sp. John Jost Schmitt|
|Yung||John and Anna Maria||a dau.||Eliz. bp 1/9/1779||sp. "Philippina and Eliz. Stroscheidt|
|Schuck||John Peter and Anna Maria||a son||John Peter 7/30/1779||sp. Simon Peter Kehr and wife 90|
|Schoch||John and Eliz.||a dau.||Mary Magdalne bp. 10/9/1784||sp. Magdalane Schoch.|
|Metzgar||Caspar and wife||a son||Nicolas 1/4/1786.|
|Jung||John and wife||a son||Martin 10/23/1791||sp. Martin Hoffman and Eva Schoch|
|Metzgar, War of 1812
William, Capt. Jacob Cash. PA Mil
History, Com. Bio pg 877/78
"Eduard Metzger" subject, was born in Ross twp. Monroe county, June 1844, son of Samuel and Cath. (Smith) Metzgar, natives of Monroe county.
The grandfather Christian Metzgar, was born in Bucks county, he married
Eliz. Strout, they moved to Monroe county.
Mr. Metzgar married 2nd to Amy V. Kendrew, of Lackawanna county in 1885, widow of Christopher Kendrew and d/o Ephraim and Rachel Wescott, she had 3 children by her 1st marriage, Frank, married Lucy Cerry, George married Clara Everitts (children; Edgar, Rebecca,and Lucy) Christina married George Emmerson ffrom England (children, Emma, Crisfer, and Edna from the 2nd marriage, Oscar and Rachel.
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