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An American Family History

 

Barbara Kenoyer Kessler

 
 
Kenoyer is also spelled Canarryer, Gnärr, Gnaer, Kanayer, Kenoyer, Knaer Knayer, Knawyer, Kneier, Kneir, Kneoyder, Kneyor, Kneuger, Kneuyer, Knoyer, Knier, Knyer
 

Pennsylvania is one of the 13 original states and was originally founded in 1681 as a result of a royal land grant to William Penn, the son of the state's namesake.

Barbara Kenoyer Kessler was born in Pennsylvania about 1754. Her parents were Leonard and Barbara Kenoyer.

She married Henry Kessler in the 1770s in Pennsylvania. Their children and life together are described in detail in the section on Henry and Barbara Kessler.
In 1830 she (Barbara Kesler) was living alone in German Township, Clark County, Ohio.

On April 4, 1832 Barbara sold NW½ Section 21, Township 4, Range 10 to William Balantine.
The Public Land Survey System is used to survey and spatially identify land parcels in the United States.
  • Range is the distance east or west from a referenced principal meridian in units of six miles.
  • A Section is approximately a one-square-mile block of land. There are 36 sections in a township.
  • A Township is a parcel of land of 36 square miles or a measure of the distance north or south from a referenced baseline in units of six miles.
  • Children of Henry Kessler and
    Barbara Kenoyer
  • Catherine Kessler Smith
  • Henry Kesler
  • Simon Kessler
  • Barbara Kessler Peary
  • Mary Elizabeth Kessler Baker
  • John Kessler
  • Mary Magdalene Kessler Myers
  • Anna Maria Kessler Kemp
  • Children of Leonard Kneyer
    and Anna Barbara Buck

  • Barbara Kenoyer Kessler
  • Johann Ulrich Kenoyer
  • Leonard Kenoyer
  • Catharina Elizabeth Kenoyer Clouse
  • Frederick Kenoyer
  • Christian Kenoyer
  • Anna Maria Kenoyer
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