Surnames in our family tree are: Eleazer, Pooley, Sterling, Keenan, Henderson, Barr, Stockman(n), Grube, Schulz, Klinger, Soffel, Venter, Moore, Bennett, Haltiwanger, Derrick, Hamiter, Schmidt, Lightner, Nunamaker, Young, Brandon, Hiller, Bachman, McCreary (McCrary), Duckett, Copeland, Jacks, Owens, Brady, Barrett, Myland, Gilman (Gillmann), Swygert, and Dietz who are direct ancestors and then we have names that married siblings: Ritson, Blum, Polak, Pastir, Gannon, de St. Martin, Freidlein, Dent, Huffman, Douglas, Long, Daniels, Kinney, Harrell, Hunter, Steen, Gregory, Humphries, Anderson, Rhodes, Hughes, Lindsay, Cunningham, Calhoun, Caughman, Sartor, Coogler, Saylor, Medlock, Horner, Watts, Edge, Thompson, Jackson, Malone, Sanders, Myers, Lane, Bearden, Shealy, Meetze, Tucker, Welch, Sease, Koon, Pearson, Kinard, Bauknight, Alewine, Counts, Wise, Bouknight, Dougherty, Collins, Sutherland, Gustafson, and several more added through marriages.
Some information we are searching for is about John Stockman(n) and his wife Margeret Kinger, born abt. 1820-30's. Peter Stockman (n), who fought in the Civil War, Herman Schulz born in Hamburg, Germany abt. 1881 and his wife Marie Ida Dietz born on a ship from Russia to Germany Abt. 1889. Herman and Marie immigrated to Brooklyn, NY from Dresden, Germany in 1909, coming through Ellis Island. The Keenans, John, Pete, Patrick, and siblings, whose mom died on shipboard and was buried at sea during their immigration about 1850. John settled in Clearfield County, PA; John H. Pooley and his wife Anna also from Clearfield County, PA around 1870.