Mamie - Thank you for your reply. I would love a paper copy of Mary and John Funston's children and anything else related to this family.I will send you an e-mail with my address. Where is Delaware Water Gap? Is this Direck who set aside land for cemtery, Hendrick's brother?Is that in PA? Also, I only have a death year for Hendrick (1780) Is that correct? do you have more on date? Also, when you speak of Funston with a Campbell middle name are you talking about James Campbell Funston born after 1802 married to Rachel Updegraph? I had no idea that Mary Aten remarried and it was a Campbell. Thank you for that tip. "My" Mary Aten who married John Funston must have married shortly after her father died, as she has a child in 1782. If her father's death date is 1780. I will share information about my Jesse and Mary Funston Barber and what I know about the Funstons. They are elusive. John goes back to Nicholas who came from Northern Ireland.I have never been able to access Funston on internet. I only have what was in family Bible and what I found in census records from PA.When you send me information, include your address and I will mail hard copy to you. I am no good at doing gedcoms - I am computer illiterate. Too old!! Also, I am following Campbells because of my DeMoss line on my dad's side. I am stuck right now on William Campbell born in Philly, in 1761. I had no idea that Mary Aten Funston married a Campbell. Thanks for that tip. Newell (my dad's name) - I have looked into Newell WV. And, so far, that is not my heritage. I am stuck on Hybrte Newel married in 1796 to a Clifford in Hardy County, WV. My newest lead is Isaac and Rachel Newly, orphans of William Newell bound out to Hybert Brig in Augusta County, Virginia in 1777. All four of those names are my Newell names. So another lead, although Augusta County belonged to 3 states at one time or another - Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Isn't family genealogy fun? People look at me strangely - I was a Hospice nurse for 20 years taking care of the dying, now I am looking for the dead! Maybe I am strange!! Judy Newell Mason (my mother was a Barber).