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John Stephen Conrad Jr + Mary Margaret MayerWilliam Layton Yancey + Frances Lynn Lewis
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George Conrad1785 -- 1850avatar
Susanna Miller04/10/1793 -- 09/04/1861avatar
William Burbridge Yancey27 MAR 1803 -- 27 OCT 1858avatar
Mary Kyle Smith30 SEP 1804 -- 16 APR 1845avatar
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ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Charles E. 

   
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Laird 

   
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Thomas William 

18511908  VA, Rockingham Co Minnie Palmer, Lucy Bernard 
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Edward Smith 

07/24/185308/21/1916  VA, Harrisonburg Virginia Smith Irick 
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Mary Lyn 

18551938  VA, Rockingham Co  
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Mollie S. 

1856   
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Yancey C. 

18591861  VA, Harrisonburg  
8

Fannie Kyle 

186225 MAY 1949  VA, Harrisonburg Thomas Olin Jones 
9

Margaret Elizabeth 

18641948  VA, Harrisonburg Talford Noon Haas, John Lester Logan 
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George Newton 

05/24/186901/21/1937  VA, Harrisonburg Emily Pasco 
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  • Other, : One thing I should mention is that I noticed George Oliver Conrad
    somewhere in your Ancestry World Tree. George Oliver Conrad married
    Diana Smith Yancey, sister of my great-great-grandfather William
    Benjamin Yancey. I knew George & Diana's granddaughter, Jessie Diana
    Conrad (who married Howard Kemper Gibbons) fairly well. The first place
    I remember living was Harrisonburg, though I was born in Pennsylvania.
    Cousin Jessie lived up the hill, either on, or just off of, Ott Street.
    We lived on Campbell Street, and my grandmother lived a block away on
    Franklin Street. After we moved away, we would still go back to
    Harrisonburg to visit Grandma several times a year. A visit to Cousin
    Jessie was always in order. I remember her back yard, particularly the
    bird bath which I used to watch quite a lot. Of course, I didn't
    realize until after Cousin Jessie died that she was a Yancey descendant
    (my great-grandmother was a Gibbons, so I assumed that the Gibbons line
    was our connection to her....I was a bit naive back then).

    As for your information on Conrad, you mentioned a will in Lancaster
    County, PA. I have done some research on my Moses line in Chester
    County, PA, and therefore have a CD of Pennsylvania Will Abstracts. Do
    you know the exact name and year? If so, maybe an abstract is on this
    CD (I think it includes Lancaster County as well).
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  1. Findagrave George Oliver Conrad
  2. Website:
    Source is not correct, is not specific enough, or does not contain relevant information.
    Contact researcher to ask that it be corrected.
  1. Findagrave Diana Smith Conrad
  2. Website:
    Source is not correct, is not specific enough, or does not contain relevant information.
    Contact researcher to ask that it be corrected.
  3. Website: Family Search Trees;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
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