Sunday, April 1, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: March 21

I found no marriages in my family tree for March 21, but it is a good day for 4th cousins 3x removed.


John Gaunt, son of Benjamin Gaunt and Mary Sheets, was born March 21, 1832 in Salem Township, Columbiana County, Ohio.  He is my 2nd cousin 4x removed.

Elizabeth Jaudon Sellers, daughter of David Wampole Sellers and Anna Frances Jaquett, was born March 21, 1861 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.  She is my 4th cousin 3x removed.

Charles Jaquett Sellers, son of David Wampole Sellers and Anna Frances Jaquett, was born March 21, 1867 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, on his sister Elizabeth's birthday.  He is also, of course, my 4th cousin 3x removed.

Della Irella Sellers, daughter of Henry Sellers and Lavina Danner, was born March 21, 1880 in Auglaize County, Ohio.  Surprisingly, even she is my 4th cousin 3x removed.

Raymond Elmer Gaunt, son of Clarence Meridith Gaunt and Mary Grace Stewart, was born March 21, 1923 in Lost Hills, Kern County, California.  He is my 4th cousin 2x removed.

Gloria Jean Allen, daughter of Clarence Allen and Agnes Viola Ledger, was born March 21, 1941 in New Jersey.  She is my 5th cousin on my Gauntt line through the Allens.

Lisa Egyud was born March 21, 1961.  She is my 5th cousin once removed on my Gauntt line.


Jacob Gorgas died March 21, 1798 at the age of 69 in Ephrata, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  He was married to Christena Mack, daughter of Johann Valentine Mack and Maria Hildebrand, who is my 1st cousin 7x removed.

Christena Holsinger, daughter of David Holsinger and Lydia Mack, died March 21, 1855 at the age of 26, possibly in Pennsylvania.  She is my 2nd cousin 5x removed via the Macks.

Samuel Andrew Sellers, son of John Wengard Sellers and Mary Melissa Conkle, died March 21, 1932 at the age of 79 in Ohio.  He is another 4th cousin 3x removed.

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