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relatively close to Frederick County, MD.. Conrad Claycomb Sr. was in the general area.." as was John Rinehart Replogle and his offspring. 6. " Henry Claycom (sic, probably meant as Claycomb) on page 48 of your book (Replogle-Reprogle Genealogy published in ) was most likely the eldest son of Conrad Claycomb Sr., Henry having been born Spouse: Conrad Claycomb. Genealogy profile for Johannes Rinehart Repglogle, Sr. or a settlement in some other court action.." 29 Aug , Hagerstown, Frederick Co MD: Jacob Replogle ["son of Rinehart and Barbara Replogle"] born. 13 Sep , Hagerstown, Frederick Co, MD: Jacob Replogle ["son of Rinehart and Barbara Replogle"] baptised at Salem Reformed Church. Daniel L. Replogle is a member of the Ligonier Historical Society, which has its museum in the town's Jewish temple. Members of the Ligonier Historical Society assisted in the formation of this : ArcadiaPublishing. Get this from a library! The Replogle genealogy. [Paul Hudson Replogle] -- The ancestor of the Replogles in America has not been identified. He was probably the father of three sons, 1) Rinehart Replogle (ca. ), a private in the Revolutionary War, who was living at.
Of all Auden’s writings, Secondary Worlds comes most directly out of the neo-Christian matrix of modern Anglo-Catholic letters: Eliot, Williams, C. S. Lewis, Tolkien. I search in vain only for references to Dorothy Sayers. Auden compensates with a quotation from The Future of Belief, by Leslie Dewart, a book one might not otherwise know. Auden's Poetry, by Replogle, Justin Maynard, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 11 Aug , Frederick Co MD: "In the land records of Frederick Co., Md. p. is the Indenture made 11 Aug between Mathias Oatt (Ott) of Frederick Co., Md., farmer, and Rinehart Replogle, farmer, of the same Co. Mathias Oatt for pounds current money of Maryland sold to Rinehart Replogle land called 'The Survey' -- patented by said Burial: Snyder Cemetery, Bakers Summit, Bedford . Daniel L. Replogle is a member of the Ligonier Historical Society, which has its museum in the town's Jewish temple. Members of the Ligonier Historical Society assisted in the formation of this book. Product details5/5(3).