The MUNDELLs of Greene Co., PA, are shown as "MUNDEL" and "MUNDLE"; thus, I feel, all three of these spellings should be considered when looking for this family. An excellent book on this family is "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneers" by Howard L. Lecky. Goshen Church (Greene Co., PA) records show that on October 13, 1786, ABNER MUNDEL, JONATHAN MUNDEL, ANDREW MUNDEL and John HART were all baptised on the same day. Abner's wife, Mary BARNHILL, was born April 17, 1764, and is mentioned in the will of Abner MUNDEL. This will, made May 23, 1837, was probated May 13, 1845 (Will Book 2, p. 213). Pension record of ABNER MUNDEL secured by a descendant, James Barnes Huss, at the Department of Archives in Washington shows that the application was filed April 3, 1834, from Greene Co., PA. Abner MUNDEL stated he was drafted in the company of Captain William Crawford in the Spring of 1781 and sent to a fort on Tenmile Creek where he served for a period of two months. His duty was to help protect the frontiers against the Indians....more...(pp. 575-576 from "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families by Howard L. Leckey. This book is well worth its cost ($40 plus $4 shipping and 677 pages of history and genealogies).) It contains much MUNDLE/MUNDEL/MUNDELL information and can be ordered from: Greene County Historical Society, P. O. Box 127, Waynesburg, Pa 15370.
No, I get no royalties --It is just a very valuable book. Now, please look at my next posting regarding Greene Co., PA, MORRIS/MUNDELL. I hope some of you can help me.