Lt. Emanuel Custard who was in the Revolution War army at
I think there are two Emanuel's bearing different surnames and I am specifically watching for 2d. marriage of Emanuel Custer & Anne Miller.
Stonetown District, NJ, Lieutenancy, Philadelphipa Co., PA. 6th Batallion, Company 6th, 5th Class
Capt. Arnold Francis,
Authority: C/R 6th Bn. 1780 N.D. Muster Fines: Looks like a pounds sign.
Military Accounts: Militia. Records of the Comptroller General. RG-4
The Basic Record does not prove active duty.
Is this the same Emanuel, bearing a different surname and also a different rank? Thanks in advance for any information on the second Emanuel.
Custard +Stonetown District
Emanuel Custard, Lt., 1780 N.D
+Stonetown District, in Bedford Co., MD
Adam Custard, Lt., 20 August 1780
The Emanuel Custer in Bedford Co was Emanuel Custer, with 3 slaves, the same as 1810 Evitt's Creek Federal Census.
In 1800 Emanuel had 5 slaves. His first wife died 15 October 1799, New Hanover, Montgomery Co., PA, Alleghany Co., MD. She was buried in New Hanover Lutheran Church cemetery.
Source: Dictionary of American Biography, V. 5, Custer,
15 October 1799, mother died. [New Hanover, Montgomery, PA, Alleghany Co., MD. New Hanover Lutheran Church].
Deeds of Emanuel Custer relate back to 1796. The Deed is recorded 1803, but was written 1802.
05 September 1802: Joseph Cresap of Allegany Co., MD sold to Emmanuel Custer of the same place for the sum of 30 pounds current money, a parcel of land lying in Cresapburgh (Cresaptown), Allegany Co, being a corner lot fronting on Virginia Street and adjoining a lot conveyed to Emmanuel Custer by Ephraim Burgess September 25, 1802. Sarah wife of Joseph Cresap agreed to the sale.
Recorded 26 January 1805. Pg. 286.
Land Records of Allegany Co., MD, Bk. D[Section Three, Deed Bk D
12 Jun 1804: Pg. 196: Bill of Sale Emanuel Custer of Allegany Co., MD sold to John Bellagruder for the sum of 75 pound current money,
1 negro woman named "Rachel" aged about 31 years and
her child aged about 2 months named "Peggy.
DAR 12234 Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Pg. 483., Hanna's Historical Collection of Harrison Co., OH, published 1900, Pg. 114.
Organization of towns, Pg.209.
Land Patents, Pg. 398.
Genealogy, Mrs. Levitt E. Custer, 23 N. Williamson St., Dayton, OH.
History of Bedford and Somerset Co, PA, Bedford County by E. Howard Blackburn.
"Paul came from Holland about 1717 and took up his bode in New York., moved to Philadelphia, where his sister Mary and the two after remaining for a time in N.Y., moved to Philadelphia, where Mary Custer became the wife of Col. Ball, of that city. Paul Custer subsequently settled in Lancaster county, where he died at an advanced age. His siter, Mrs. Ball, who had been for some years a childless widow, died after her brother."