Conrad/Coonrod Erwine/Erwin/Arnwine was documented with several surnames as shown.These are believed to be due to Americanization of the original surname and the fact that few early immigrants were literate.Pronunciation is also believed to have affected the spelling of the surname.He and his kinfolk can be traced using the following websites: Source document:Erway Family Tree on following website:http://www.erway.orghttp://www.erway.org Source document:"Arnwine of Holland then England". Arnwine Family Tree:http://www.jowest.net/genealogy/john/Arnwine/Arnwine.htmhttp://www.jowest.net/genealogy/john/Arnwine/Arnwine.htm
Conrad ARNWINE b: 1750 in Knowlton twp, Sussex Co, N.J. d: abt. 1819 in Lansing,Tompkins Co, NY. Cem: Presbyterian Church ........ +Juliana SABERCOOL b: 1755 d: Feb 27, 1799 in Stillwater, Sussex Co, N.J.
STILLWATER REFORMED CHURCH MARRIAGES - NOV 1795 THRU OCT 1799
GROOMBRIDEDATECOMMENT ==================== ==================== ERWIN, CONRADHENGELY, CATHARINE03 OCT 1796 WILRICH, GEORGEERWINE, CATHARINE21 FEB 1796 ERWIN, WILLIAMROCKHILL, ACHSAH05 JUN 1782 ROCKHILL, ACHSAHERWIN, WILLIAM05 JUN 1782
Baptisms in the Stillwater Presbyterian Church, Stillwater, NJ (was originally the Lutheran Congregation of Hardwick, NJ) (Approximately 1780 - 1825) NOLTON - 1783 5/29 - 1783/7/1 - CATHARINA - CHRISTIAN - REBECCA - CONRAD ERWIN - AND HIS WIFE