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I know little about this family because I have just started my research.

Updated: July 2005

HENRY and SUSANNAH STAUFFER
Henry Stauffer was born about 1808 in Pennsylvania. (1)
Henry married a woman named Susannah, who was born 1808 in Pennsylvania. (2)
Their children were: (3)
Joseph, born about 1825.
William, born about 1825.
Sarah, born March 5, 1830. Married Isaac Belles.
Susannah, born about 1832.
Maria, born about 1835.
Deborah, born about 1837.
Henry, born July 24, 1839. Died Jan. 29, 1851.
Henry was a farmer, according to the 1850 Census records from Franklin Township, Butler County, Pa. He owned real estate worth about $2,500.
Susannah died Sept. 15, 1869 and is buried at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Franklin Township, Butler County. (4)
(1) 1850 Census records from Franklin Township, Butler County, Pa., page 253. (2) 1850 Census. (3) 1850 Census. Birth date for Sarah comes from Date for Sarah come from "Butler County Cemetery Inventory Vol. 4," page 11. Link between Sarah Belles and Henry and Susannah Stauffer also cited in "The History of Butler County, Pa. Vol. 2," page 1195. Henry’s birth and death dates are from "Butler County Cemetery Inventory Vol. 2," page 9. (4) "Butler County Cemetery Inventory Vol. 2," page 8.

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