Heinrich2 Arner (Ulrich1), born 20 August 1742(2) probably in Whitehall, Bucks (now North Whitehall, Lehigh), Pennsylvania and christened 19 September 1742 (Sponsors: Heinrich Hauser and wife)(2);† died 1828-29 in Springfield, Columbiana (now Mahoning), Ohio(A);† married probably 1764 to CATHERINE DAUBENSPECK who was born about 1746 in Whitehall(A).
He was a potter. On
He was a taxpayer in Augusta, Northumberland (now
Montour), Pennsylvania in 1780(D) and in 1781 and 1782 (PA:3:19:441,
497)(C); in Turbut, Northumberland (now Montour), Pennsylvania in 1783 and in 1784
(PA:3:19:573)(C); and in Muncy, Northumberland (now Lycoming),
Pennsylvania in 1785, 1786 and 1787 (PA:3:19:625, 707, 782)(C).
They moved to Hempfield,
Census: Henry Orner, page 041, locality not recorded,
Census: Henry Arner Sr, page 984, Hempfield,
Census: probably the extra male aged over 45 years with son ďJohn
OrnerĒ, page 020,
Henry was buried at either Lutheran Cemetery at Petersburg, Mahoning, Ohio (page 056, Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 1, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, published by Pioneer Heritage Press, Dallas, Texas, 1987), or at the Old Springfield Cemetery (page 019, The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the State of Ohio, Volume 1, Ohio Adjutant Generalís Department, published by F. J. Heer Printing Company, Columbus, Ohio, 1929), but in either case his gravestone no longer exists.
+††† Heinrich F.3 Arner, born about 1765 probably in Whitehall;† married Maria Elisabeth Billick;† moved to Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, eventually to Kingston, DeKalb, Illinois.
+††† Philip3 Arner, born
+††† Johann3 Arner, born about 1775 in Penn;† married second Susan Heinrich;† moved
+††† David3 Arner, born 01 March 1778 in Penn;† married first Maria Catharina Schull;† married second Anna Christina Schull;† moved to West Salem, Mercer, Pennsylvania.
+††† ELIZABETH3 ARNER, born
+††† Leonard3 Arner, born about 1787 in
first Barbara ______;†
married second Maria Anna Klingensmith;† moved to Allegheny,
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