This seems to be the family where Frances Freeman was living.
#608 - Jacob Wantz - Ex. John Wantz and John W. McNutt. Sarah Wantz widow. Will abstract: to son John the farm where I reside and he to support and maintain his parents to a good manner during their lives; and to pay other heirs $1000: to my son Frederick $100 and the others one each beginning the year after-to Magdaline $100, Jacob $100, Susan $100, Margaret $100, Mary $100, Hannah $100, and to grch the children of Catharine dec'd $150; to daughter Hannah $50; $100 to children of Elizabeth Price $50 and $50 the next year; $100 to children of daughter Sally Miller; after death of parents John to have 2 horses, waggon, windmill, harrow, plow and stove. Signed 18 March 1835. Filed 3 Aug 1835. appraisers: Samuel Kesler/ James Bol /John and DanielLeas.Mary Magdalene McNutt/her portion; William and Hannah Bunger, her portion;Jacob,John, Michael Acre, Jacob and Elisabeth Good, each 1/4 share; Reason and Nancy Smith, John and Maglin Ewry, Aaron Miller each 1/3 share/- Jacob Price, Edmond and Margaret Bowser, Jacob and Sarah McNutt/ Catharine Price, Franklin Price each 1/5 share; Dr. Peleg Whit- ridge; Samuel Sweney for coffin and box;J.D. Miller; Sarah Danner, heir; Elesandria McNutt, heir; Mary McNutt/ heir; Jacob Vance, son/ heir; Jacob Price, heir; Edmund and Margaret Bouser, heir; Frederick Wantz; Abraham and Susan Friend, heir; Peter and Margaret McNutt, heir; John and Magdalene Wry, heir; Tobias and Mary McNutt, heir; Michael Horn for Henry Horn; M. D. Whitridge; Henry Demott for coffin dated April 19, 1835; Hendricks & Huggins; Jacob Gruber for preaching $1; Jacob Ringer; A. J. and Catherine Clark; James Bolens.