Hi David, I am so glad that you respond...here is a story that i got from 1900 about Samuel See."Samuel and Sarah (Miller) See, both of whom were natives of Pennsylvania and were of German lineage. In 1846 the family emigrated to Ohio, making their journey across the mountains with a team. The father of our subject was one of a large family, the others being John and William, who remained in Pennsylvania; Daniel, who removed from the Keystone state to Peru, Indiana; George, who remained in Pennsylvania; Charles, who also became a resident of Peru, Indiana; Solomon, who made his home in the Hoosier state; and Fiatta C., who wedded a Mr. Moyer and remained in Pennsylvania. The father of our subject became a resident of Tippecanoe City, Ohio, and was the only one of the family who remained in this state. He had three children: Jacob, Catherine and Sarah C. The mother died of cholera in Tippecanoe City in 1849, and the children afterward went to live with strangers. During the civil war, the father responded to the country's call for troops, enlisting in the Seventy-first Ohio Infantry, with which he remained until the close of hostilities. He made for himself an honorable war record and when his services were no longer needed he returned to this locality. Subsequently he lived among his children, but his last days were spent in the Soldiers' Home Hospital, at Dayton, where he died at the age of sixty-six years. His elder daughter, Catherine, spent much of her girlhood in the home of Dr. Hartman and at the age of eighteen was married to James Miller. After his death she became the wife of William Ege, who is also now deceased. She resides in Peru, Indiana, where she has many relatives. Sarah See, the second daughter, was reared in the family of Cyrus Wheeler and married George Yantis, who is now deceased. She makes her home in Elizabeth township, Miami county." They lived near Orwigsburg, Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania. I hope this can be helpful...this was written in 1900 History of Miami County in Ohio.Can you help from there?Or guide me to the direction i need to know...Thank you..Have a good one...you can email mail me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.