In A.J. Lamb's Aten book he lists a daughter of Jan Aten as "Antie Aten baptized 10 Jan. 1773 at Conewago PA church; married Samuel Carson."A book on the history of the West Virginia panhandle has a bio of early settler Samuel Carson that says "born in Ireland.Emigrated to America, and landing in Philadelphia, remaining in the eastern part of the state for a short time, then settled in Washington County, Pennsylvania.Was married to Miss Ann Aten.Came to now Hancock County, West Virginia, in about 1797, settling on King's Creek."
Hancock County records show a number of other Atens and Eatons in the early 1800s -- I'd love to know how they were related to Ann, if anyone (Mamie?) has info on those parts of the family lines.