_Peter HELFENSTEIN _ _Peter Philip HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Mary BIEDERMAN ____ | |--Peter P. HELPHENSTINE | | ____________________ |_Catherine BERGER __________| |____________________
! Christian Streit married Peter Helphenstine and Susannah Catherine Lantz.
! In the Paint Twp. cemetery of Madison County Ohio lies the remains of Peter Helphenstine. He has a new stone put on by a Gr.Gr.Grandson of Peter's. I believe he made a mistake on the stone, by reading the older stone that was probably still on the grave a 7 could have easily been read as a 2. The new stone says he was born in 1752 which would have made him the eldest son, of which he was not. See Deed Records and Will Records of Frederick County, Va. he had to be born in 1757.
! The land gotten from the bounty land of Peter's father Major Peter, appears to be in Madison Co.-Union Twp. 58 Acres, 800 Acres, 1207 Acres, 615 Acres, and 884 Acres. Champaign Co.-Union Twp. 170 Acres, and Fayette Co -Madison Twp. 500 Acres for a total of 5334 acres.
! The "History of Madison Co., Ohio" Pgs 828-829 makes this statement. "Peter P. Helphenstine, a native of Virginia, was a Major in the War of the Revolution, for which services he received land grants for a large amount of land." Peter Helphenstine was not in the Revolutionary War. His older brother John Philip Jacob had enlisted in 1775, and his father soon followed his oldest son, into the Rev. War. This left Peter to take care of his mother and younger siblings. At this time Peter would have been 17 or 18 years old. He was old enough to join, but I suspect he was left in charge, while the other men were away. The other two son's William and Henry were barely more than toddlers at this time. The land he claimed in Ohio, was in the name of his father, Major Peter Helphenstine of the Revolutionary War. Peter Junior was given the Power of Attorney by his brothers and sisters to claim the land for all of them. A copy of the Power of Attonney is included within this book.
! Peter was evidently an influential person in the forming of Madison County, Ohio in his own right, as shown below.
! From the "History of Madison County, Ohio" Pg. 390 The first term of the Court of Common Pleas held in London, the newly laid out county seat, was opened Nov. 18, 1811, by the Hon. John Thompson, Peter Helphenstine was one on a list of Grand Jurors impaneled at this term. Pg. 688 lists Peter P. Helphenstine as constable 1832 - 1833. Pg. 689 list him as supervisor 1826. Pg. 510 lists Civil War veterans of Madison Co., Ohio Company C Sargeant John A. Watson, Privates J.O.K. Helphenstine, Jasper P. Helphenstine, and Hannibal Helphenstine (descendants of Peter P. Helphenstine).
! The following is a list of Survey's obtained by Peter Jr. from the Bounty Land Warrents dtd. May and June of 1804. These Warrent No.'s were 5032, 5033, 5034, 5035 and 5036. I believe these were in what is now Madison Co., Ohio. The missing 65 or so acres must be what was in Fayette and Champaign Co., Ohio. Survey #4387 - 2 parts on Walnut Run branch of Deer Creek 1158 acres 800 acres Total of 1958 acres on part of Military Warrent #5036 Survey #4513 - on waters of Deer Creek/in line with #4387 1206 2/3 acres - part of Military Warrent #5035 Survey #4514 - on waters of Walnut Run/on west line of Survey #4387 615 acres Military Warrent #5034 168 acres Military Warrent #5033 Total of 783 acres. Survey #4515 - on Oak Run where it forms a junction with Walnut Run 884 acres Military Warrent #5032 134 1/3 acres Military Warrent #5035 279 acres Military Warrent #5033 23 2/3 acres Military Warrent #5036 Total of 1321 acres. This makes a grand total of 5269 2/3 acres, which leaves missing 63 2/3 which must be in the other 2 afore-mentioned counties.
! The following is a list of land sold by the afore-mentioned Peter Jr. These deeds were all found in the Recorders Office at Madison Co., Ohio. I have the entire copies of said deeds. Following is abstracts of them. INDENTURE 24 October 1807 Recorded 21 December 1810 Peter Helphestine of the county of Franklin in the state of Ohio to Elias Laugham of same county. -being part of 1206 2/3 acres entered and surveyed for the representatives of Peter Helphestine dec'd. bearing date of 25 February 1807 Survey #4513 (land situate between Oak & Walnut runs) for 480 acres of said survey. Signed by Peter P. Helphestine INDENTURE 26 March 1810 Recorded 4 August 1810 Peter P. Helphestine of Franklin in the state of Ohio for and in behalf of the representatives of Peter Helphestine dec'd to James Withrow of Franklin, Ohio. for $424.00 (land on Walnut Run a branch of Deer Creek) for 2 hundred and forty three and 96 poles a part of a larger Survey No. 4387 entered and surveyed for the representatives of Peter Helphestine dec'd. Signed by Peter P. Helphestine NOTE: The county of Madison was evidently formed between March and June of the year 1810. INDENTURE 23 June 1810 Recorded 23 July 1810 Peter P. Helphestine and Elizabeth his wife of Madison Co., Ohio to Walter Watson of the same. for $114.00 (land on Walnut Run for 57 acres - part of larger tract, entered, surveyed and patented for the represent- atives of Peter Helphestine dec'd. Signed by Peter P. Helphestine and Elizabeth Helphestine INDENTURE 3 July 1810 Recorded 5 July 1810 Peter P. Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to John Timmons of Pickaway Co., Oh. for $400.00 (land in Madison Co., Ohio on waters of Deer Creek for 200 acres - part of orig. Survey #4513 of 1206 acres bearing date of 25 Feb. 1807 Signed by Peter P. Helphestine as a trustee to the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphestine dec'd. INDENTURE 4 July 1810 Recorded 5 July 1810 Peter Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to John Timmons of Pickaway Co., Ohio for $800.00 (land in Madison Co., Ohio on Oak Run a branch of Deer Creek for 400 acres - part of orig. Survey #4515 of 884 acres bearing date of 25 Feb. 1807 Signed by Peter P. Helphestine as a trustee to the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphestine dec'd. INDENTURE 8 February 1811 Recorded 9 February 1811 Peter P. Helphestine and Elizabeth his wife of Madison Co., Ohio to John Warner and Sophia his wife of same. for $100.00 (land in Madison Co., Ohio on the waters of Oak Run a branch of Deer Creek) part of a larger survey for 1206 1/3 acres done for the representatives of Peter Helphestine dec'd. Survey #4513 for 50 acres more or less. Signed by Peter P. Helphestine and Elizabeth Helphestine (her mark) INDENTURE 29 November 1811 Recorded 22 May 1812 Peter Helphestine of Madison Co., Ohio to David Grove of same. for $500.00 (land on Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 100 acres heirs of Peter Helphestine dec'd. No Survey No. recorded. Signed by Peter Helphestine.
! These next two deeds are a part of this same land but not signed by Peter Jr. of Madison Co., Ohio. They must be a result of the lawsuits filed in Fleming Co., Kentucky by John Philip Jacob Helphenstine against Peter Jr. for his right to a part of their father's land. INDENTURE 22 August 1812 Recorded 19 December 1812 Philip Helphestine of Flemming Co., Kentucky to David Grove of Madison Co., Ohio for $200.00 (land on Wlanut run a branch of Deer Creek) 100 acres heirs of Peter Helphestine dec'd. No Survey No. recorded. Signed by John Philip Jacob Helphenstine in the presence of Elizabeth Helphenstine (where was Peter Jr.?) INDENTURE 20 August 1812 Recorded 24 December 1812 Philip Helphenstine of Fleming Co., Kentucky to Walter Watson of Madison Co., Ohio for $200.00 (land on Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 100 acres heirs of Peter Helphestine dec'd No Survey No. recorded. Signed by John Philip Peter Helphenstine in the presence of David and Sam'l Watson NOTE: this last one was recorded as Philip just like the previous one but signed by John Philip Peter Helphenstine. This has always confused me. Could it just be a mistake by the recorder when it was written in the book or was this John Philip Jacob's son - John?? The Justice of the Peace - Jonathan Minshall recorded him as Philip of Fleming Co., Ky. Just another question that has never been answered. Since they were actually recorded 4 months later it probably was a mistake on the part of the recorder. INDENTURE 1 August 1814 Recorded 13 September 1814 Peter Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio on behalf of the heirs of Peter Helphenstine deceased to John Beatley of Madison Co., Ohio for $392.00 (land on waters of Oak run a branch of Deer Creek) 95 1/5 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine
! The next 3 deeds involve Peter Jr. selling part of the land to Conrad Kremer husband of Catherine - Peter's sister and rightful heir to the land of Peter Helphenstine dec'd. INDENTURE 29 September 1815 Peter P. Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to Conrad Kremer of Frederick Co., Virginia for and in consideration of his being one of the heirs or devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd and ten dollars, the said Peter Helphenstine, trustee as expressed in the Patent: (land on the waters of Walnut run) being part of 615 acres granted to said Peter Helphenstine in trust for the heirs or devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd by Patent bearing date February 25, 1807. containing 197 acres more or less signed by Peter P. Helphenstine INDENTURE 29 September 1815 Peter P. Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to Conrad Kremer of Frederick Co., Virginia (identical to the one above) (land on the waters of Oak run a branch of Deer Creek) 95 acres signed by Peter P. Helphenstine INDENTURE 29 September 1815 Peter P. Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to Conrad Kremer of Frederick Co., Virginia (identical to the above) (land on Oak run a branch of Deer Creek) 95 acres signed by Peter P. Helphenstine INDENTURE 7 March 1816 Recorded 10 May 1816 Peter Helphenstene of Madison Co., Ohio to Jonathan Minshall of Madison Co., Ohio for $300.00 (land lying on Oak run a branch of Deer Creek) 105 1/2 acres being part of a survey entered in the name of said Helphenstene, Trust of the heirs and devisees, of Peter Helphenstene dec'd. Survey #4515 Signed by Peter P. Helphenstene INDENTURE 28 March 1816 Recorded 11 Nov. 1817 Peter Helvenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to John Hoffman of Ross Co., Ohio for $500.00 (land on the waters of Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 250 acres being part of a tract of 615 acres Patented to the said Peter Helvenstine in trust for the heirs or devisees of Peter Helvenstine deceased Survey No. 4515 ....Northeast corner to Conrad Kreamers Lott No. 2.... Signed by Peter P. Helvenstine INDENTURE 15 April 1817 Recorded 9 October 1817 Peter P. Helvenstene of Madison Co., Ohio to George Booker of Madison Co., Ohio for $20.00 (land on Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 138 acres the tract of land of which this is a part was granted by patent on the 25 day of February in the year 1807 to the said Peter P. Helvenstene in trust for the heirs of Pete Helvenstene dec'd. Survey No. 4515 Signed by Peter P. Helvenstene INDENTURE 7 May 1817 Recorded 7 May 1817 Peter P. Helvenstene and Elisabeth his wife of Madison Co., Ohio to Thomas Brown of Madison Co., Ohio for $190.00 (land on Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 95 acres part of a Survey No. 4514 made for the Representatives of Peter Helvenstene dec'd. Signed by Peter P. Helvenstene and Elisabeth Helvenstene INDENTURE 7 May 1817 Recorded 10 May 1817 Peter Helvenstene on Madison Co., Ohio to David Watson of Madison Co., Ohio for $100.00 (land on Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) 50 acres being part of a Survey No. 4514 for the Representatives of Peter Helvenstene dec'd. ... land adjoining 100 acres of land already owned by David Watson... Signed by Peter P. Helvenstene NOTE: The following 3 deeds is evidently the same Peter, son of the Major, but it is slightly different as you will see from the following it doesn't mention Peter Helphenstine dec'd and also places Peter in Dark County, Ohio; INDENTURE 1 November 1819 Recorded 3 November 1819 Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth his wife of Dark County, Ohio to Eward Evans of Madison Co., Ohio for $80.00 (land on waters of Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) containing 63 3/4 acres part of Survey No. 4387 (this is one of the Survey No.s, patented for the heirs of Peter Helphenstine dec'd, but this deed doesn't say this, as the others have done also note that this deed uses the original spelling of the name Helphenstine, the others have been changing almost with every deed, did Peter go to Dark County Ohio for a few years?? I haven't seen any other notation about this before.) Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine INDENTURE 13 January 1820 Recorded 14 January 1820 Peter P. Helphenstine of Dark County, Ohio to David Watson of Madison Co., Ohio for $200.00 (2 tracts of land in Madison Co., Ohio) part of Survey No. 4387 one for 37 acres and the other for 45 acres total of 82 acres being a tract of land surveyed for the heirs and devisees of Peter P. Helphenstine dec'd. Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine INDENTURE 13 January 1820 Recorded 14 January 1820 Peter P. Helphenstine of Dark County, Ohio to Jonathan Minshall and David Watson of Madison Co., Ohio for $200.00 (land on the waters of Walnut run a branch of Deer Creek) part of Survey No. 4387 patented for the heirs and devisees of Peter P. Helphenstine dec'd containing 50 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine INDENTURE 12 September 1821 Recorded 9 March 1822 Peter Helphenstine and his wife Elizabeth of Dark County, Ohio to John Harvey of Clark Co., Ohio for $700.00 (being part of 1206 2/3 acres of Survey No. 4513 patented to the said Peter Helphenstine in trust for the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd.) containing 50 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine INDENTURE 14 June 1824 Recorded 8 December 1824 Peter P. Helphestine and Elizabeth Helphenstine of Madison Co. Ohio (notice they are back in Madison Co., Ohio) to Samuel Carr of Madison Co., Ohio for $100.00 (being part of 1206 2/3 acres of Survey No. 4513 patented to the said Peter Helphenstine in trust for the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd.) containing 50 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine (her mark) INDENTURE 6 March 1833 Recorded 12 December 1833 Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to James Garrard of Madison Co., Ohio for $100.00 (part of Survey No. 4515 - no mention of the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd) containing 58 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine (her mark) INDENTURE 14 October 1833 Recorded 24 December 1834 Peter P. Helphistine and James Helphistine of Madison Co., Ohio (notice this one appears to be father and son, James O'Kelly?? also interesting to note here is why wasn't Elizabeth on this deed didn't she have to relinquish her right to dower??? She didn't die until 1842. Peter's son William signs as a witness to this deed) to Henry Monford of Preble County, Ohio for $700.00 (deed of Mortgage to secure the sum of six hundred dollars and interest dated the 10th day of June 1839) part of a tract of 1158 acres Survey No. 4387 entered and surveyed in the name of Peter Helphistine deceased and patented by the United States to Peter P. Helphistine in trust for said Representatives. Containing 261 acres. Signed by Peter P. Helphistine and James Helphistine INDENTURE 19 December 1834 Recorded 14 March 1835 Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine of Madison Co., Ohio to Samuel N. Kerr of Madison Co., Ohio for $200.00 (part of Survey No. 4515 - but does not mention the heirs and devisees of Peter Helphenstine dec'd.) containing 110 acres Signed by Peter P. Helphenstine and Elizabeth Helphenstine This was the last deed I found recorded for Peter and Elizabeth in Madison Co., Ohio. I found no will for Peter and his wife, even though their should have been an estate settlement in the least. I would someday like to look into this further.
! Peter is listed on Tax Records of 1810 in Ross Co., Ohio, and in 1808 on the Madison Co., Tax Records and in 1810 he is listed on the Franklin Co., Ohio Tax Records. He must have owned land in all 3 counties.
! Peter is listed in 1820 as a resident of Darke Co., Ohio - Harrison Twp. I never figured this one out, except he may have tried to move on and changed his mind. The deed records of Madison prove this is the same Peter, (see above).
! Peter is listed in Madison Co., Ohio in 1840, as P.P. Helphenstine, in Union Twp.
_Philip HELPHENSTINE _ _Peter HELFENSTEIN _| | |______________________ | |--Peter Philip HELPHENSTINE | | ______________________ |_Mary BIEDERMAN ____| |______________________
! One source gives the marriage of Peter & Catharine as 3 July 1750.
! Before 1756, there were 4 wells (public) in Winchester, sunk by court order. The "Helphenstine Well" stood near to where the Kerr school building stood in 1890. from Cartmell "Shen. Valley Pioneers p. 147.
! Peter was a shoemaker by trade. There has been ref. made that he studied surveying at the University of Bonn in Germany. He was a Major in the 8th Va. Regiment during the Revolutionary War. Major Peter's Military record is in the National Archives, Washington, D.C. It is one sheet, with very little information on it. Very little is known about the 8th or German Regiment as it was called. He was also listed as a joiner (carpenter) on one of the deeds. He was also a farmer. Major Peter Helphenstine served at the Battle of Sullivan's Island. Also in a petition dtd. 1 Nov. 1776, that on march of regt. to which he belonged, to South Carolina, his horse, valued at 20 pounds, died. Could Peter also have been a drum maker? From the State Auditors Papers (now in the State Library) is listed; paid cash, Jan. 9, 1776, to John Carter, for Peter Helphinstine for a drum....2lb 7shillins 3pence.
! In the Calendar of State Papers Williamsburg 3 April 1776 Wednesday, Colo. Muhlenburg, Lt-Col. Bowman, and Major Helphinston, appear in comm'ee, subscribed the Articles of War, were sworn and received their Colonial Comm'ns dated 1st March. Major Helphenstine had contributed a good part of his fortune to supply the regiment.
! In Major Helphinstine's will there has always been a question as to whether Rosanna and Charlotta(e) are one or two people. I have read many different theories on this, but here is my conclusion. In the will he was referring to Rosanna Charlotta as one person. As comma's were either not used or no longer legible it was hard to say just exactly what it did say. But all the settle- ments refer to one person named Rosanna Charlotta who married Philip Shearer. But I also believe there was a Charlotte. Reference was made to her several times, also that she married David Young. I think she did exist but both were dead by the time the will was written and probated.
! House of Representatives report No. 193, 25th Congress, 2nd session dated 1838, Pgs. 1-2, states petition was made by the heirs of Peter Helphinstine, ded'd for seven years half pay for his service to the country during the Revolutionary War. The committee report was dated 22 Dec. 1837. Payment was made to the heirs of Major Peter Helphenstein. Which heirs got this, is not known, but I'd venture to say it was Conrad Kremer and Catherine's son George who filed this petition.
! Bounty Land Papers for Major Peter Helphinstine, from the Virginia State Library and Archives, Richmond, Va. Land office Military Certificates No. 3.4761-605 1 Reel 346, Pg. 510 Peter's "Representatives" were issued certificate nos. 5031, 5032, 5033, 5034, 5035, 5036 - for a total of 5333 and 1/3 acres, dtd. 3 March 1803.
Land office military certificates no. 3.6057-9926, Reel 347, Pg. 594 for Revolutionary War services of Major Peter Helphinstine whose heirs was issued scrip for 1702 additional acres of land, dtd. 26 Aug. 1868. Bounty Warrents on Reel 11 for Revolutionary War service of Major Peter Helveston (Helphinstine), 1801. Letters from Brig. General Peter Muhlenberg; Brig. General James Wood; and Capt. Thomas Berry. Attesting to the fact that Peter served in the Revolutionary War as a Major and took sick while in S. Carolina and returned home, never to return to the war. A replacement was not named until the death of the Major Peter Helphinstine was known. Muhlenberg states he lingered on considerable. His military record states he resigned but these officers say he didn't resign.
! There exists an undated document stating Peter was the oldest son of Major Peter Helphinstine, of which he was not. Frederick County Deed Records record John Philip Jacob along with his mother Catherine as administrators of Peter's will as the appointed parties named in his will has declined and John Philip Jacob was the oldest son. This was shown to establish their right to sell off the land, after Peter's decease. I believe this document is on a survey record in the Chilicothe Land Records office. I think what has happened was that Peter thought his older brother was dead for a period of time. When John Philip Jacob sued his brother for his portion of their father's land the fact was established he was alive and well.
! The Major was one of the founders of the German Lutheran Congregation in Winchester, Frederick County, Va., in 1762. His name appears among the founders in a document, written in Latin, placed in the corner-stone of the church, dated 16 April 1764. This was an Evangelical Lutheran Church. One wall of the church still stands in the Mt. Hebron (German Reformed) Cemetery, as a tribute to these people who established a church for the Lutheran Cong.
! The "History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley" Pgs. 301-302 reads as follows; "at an early day there was a large immigration into Pennsylvania from the Palatinate, Germany, and these immigrants in time sought other sections wherein to make their homes. Many of these came to the valley of Virginia, and, of course, brought their religion with them. Those who came to this section at first had no regular pastors, and for many years were visited by both the German Reformed and Lutheran Clergy. Having no church building, services were held and sacrament administered at the dwelling of some member." I have record that Christian Striet, Minister, visited the homes and done baptisms, etc.
! The Major had also served in Dunmore's War as a captain, and this is be- lieved the reason he was chosen as a Major by Peter Muhlenberg for the 8th Va. Regiment in the Rev. War.
! Col. George Washington (later first president of the U.S.), commanded the Virginia forces guarding the frontier against the French and Indians, after the defeat of Braddock in 1755, in the Southern Campaign. He made his headquarters in Winchester. It was during his stay in Winchester that he bought 41 pairs of shoes, apparently for his soldiers, from Helveston and Otto. General Washington had his headquarters in Winchester from the fall of 1755, until the summer of 1758. See copy of this sheet from his account book included within. This account book is now in the documents division of the Library of Congress. The sheet is dated 27 June 1756. The man Otto was evidently Tobias Otto, another resident of Winchester.
! Also interesting to note is the fact that the flag of the 8th German Regiment is the only flag left from the Rev. War. I believe it is now in the University of Wisconsin.
! In a book called Images of the Past, on page 10 is a photo of Peter Helphenstine's home in Winchester. It appears rather large. It was one of the first brick homes of the area, torn down in the late 1950's for a fire hall. By this time the home was about 200 years old.
! Bertha Martinez says Peter was born in Prussia. Prussia was a former state of N. Germany, once a kingdom.
! From passenger lists, I found the following. I don't know the connection, but it is interesting to note, there were other Helphenstines before 1754, the date of Peters arrival.
! Aug. 27, 1739, Palatines imported in the ship Samuel, Hugh Percy, Commander, from Rotterdam, last from Deal.- 340 Passengers. Michael Helffenstein.
! Sep. 29, 1753, Snow Rowand, Arthur Tran, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes. Martin Helfeysen.
! Names of males, Salzburgers, settled in Georgia, 1734 - 1741. Third transport, lists these males. Joh. Frederich Helfenstein, Johann Jacob Helfenstein, Jeremias Helfenstien, and Johannes Helfenstein. This last entry possibly supposting the theory that Peter came close to this time with a brother Jacob, as missionaries to the Indians.
_Henry H. HELPHENSTINE _________ _Henry H. HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Nancy Ann (Holderby) HOLDENBY _ | |--Phebe\Phoebe HELPHENSTINE | | ________________________________ |_Peninah BELLAR ________| |________________________________
__ _John HELPHENSTINE _| | |__ | |--Philip HELPHENSTINE | | __ |____________________| |__
_Peter Philip HELPHENSTINE _ _John Philip Jacob HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Catherine BERGER __________ | |--Philip H. Henry HELPHENSTINE | | ____________________________ |_Rebecca WOOLF __________________| |____________________________
! The bible record states Philip's name is Philip H. Henry Helphenstine. I believe this is accurate, because his father had 3 names also. The H. may stand for Harrison, which is a name that was carried down through the lines.
! The bible record also states that Nancy was 18 in the month of her marriage, and that is how I derived a birthdate of Aug 1799 for her.
! In 1820 and 1840 Philip Henry is listed as a resident of Fleming Co., Ky.
_John Philip Jacob HELPHENSTINE _ _Philip H. Henry HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Rebecca WOOLF __________________ | |--Philip Henry HELPHENSTINE | | _________________________________ |_Nancy MORRISON _______________| |_________________________________
_Philip H. Henry HELPHENSTINE __ _David Nelson HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Nancy MORRISON ________________ | |--Philip Henry HELPHENSTINE | | _Samuel MCROBERTS ______________ |_Nancy Jane MCROBERTS ______| |_Mary Ann (Polly) HELPHENSTINE _
_Philip HELPHENSTINE _ _Peter HELFENSTEIN _| | |______________________ | |--Philip Jacob HELPHENSTINE | | ______________________ |_Mary BIEDERMAN ____| |______________________
_John Philip Jacob HELPHENSTINE _ _John P. HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Rebecca WOOLF __________________ | |--Rachael HELPHENSTINE | | _________________________________ |_Elizabeth KAISER _____| |_________________________________
_Peter Philip HELPHENSTINE _ _Peter P. HELPHENSTINE _| | |_Catherine BERGER __________ | |--Rachel HELPHENSTINE | | ____________________________ |_Elizabeth WATSON ______| |____________________________