DonI am embarrassed. My recent message to you (#207) has some errors in it.In my enthusiasm about finding some more information, I jumped too quickly to share it.I have done quite a bit of researching since writing that memo, and I believe that this message is accurate. CORRECTION 1--Valentine Cutshall is a cousin (rather than a brother) of Jacob, John, Mary, and William.Although I think Conrad is a brother, I not fully certain about the relationship of Conrad to the line you and I are most interested in. CORRECTION 2--Valentine did live near Jacob and John in Ohio.However, about the time that Jacob and John moved to Indiana, Valentine moved to Iowa County, Wisconsin. CORRECTION 3--My record of the line now begins with a male Gottschalk (given name unknown tome) who was born about 1699.Unknown was married to Anna Catharina Gottschall.Unknown was born in Baden Baden. Germany.Unknown and Anna Catharina had a son named Peter Gottshall.The family apparently continued touse the surname Gottshall for the next two generations. CORRECTION 3--Peter married Anna Catharina Mohr (dob. 6 October 1724) on 5 November 1749, in Lancaster, PA, in Trinity Lutheran Church.Peter was born in 1722 iin Bade BAden, Germany.He died 9 August 1788 in Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, PA.Anna Catharina died 6 March 1786.Peter and Anna Catharina Mohr had the following children:Catharina Elizabetha, Ludwig, Johann Peter, Elizabetha Catharina, Johann Michael, Gottlieb, Anna Maria.Anna Maria was the off-spring of Peter's second marriage to Catherine Stoft. CORRECTION 4--Johann Philip Gottshall, son of Peter and Anna Catharina Mohr, had the following children:Nancy Cutshall, Jacob Cutshall, George W. Cutshall, Mary Cutshall, and John Cutshall.