Nancy Good (GC4)

Nanse Gut
Mary Good (GC4)
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______: Born (probably in Germany) to [an error occurred while processing this directive] and Wife #2. (1)

"Marry" is the name of Peter's fourth child in Abraham Meyer's translation of Peter's will into English. In 2008, Amos B. Hoover translated that name from the original will as "Nancy." Amos estimates that Meyer did his translation about 1754 when Peter's will was proved.

1727 Sep 30: Nancy probably arrives in Philadelphia, PA on the Molly along with her father Peter.

Nancy's mother dies, either in Germany, on the emigration voyage, or soon after their arrival in Pennsylvania.

1753: Nancy probably has died because her father Peter's will names her children as his heirs rather than Nancy. All of Peter's other children are named as heirs.

?? Does the Jacob Graff who signed the proof of the will of Nancy's father [an error occurred while processing this directive] have a legal relationship to Nancy, perhaps as the guardian of her children? -- dg 2014 May 25

Notes

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2. Jane Evans Best and Howard C. Francis, "Six Good Families of Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania" in Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. XII, No. 3 (Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, 1989 Jul), p11-28. Also localhost/family/peo.../1989/6Goods/hs.html (2014 Jun 24). Jacob Good (GA), Hans Heinrich Guth (GB), [an error occurred while processing this directive], Peter Good (GD), Robert Good (GE), Steffan Good (GF), Lancaster Co., PA.

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