______________________ | __________________________| | | | |______________________ | _Lonnie DAVIS _______| | (.... - 1944) | | | ______________________ | | | | |__________________________| | | | |______________________ | | |--Grace DAVIS | | _Levi Thomas VOSHELL _+ | | (1835 - 1922) m 1860 | _Ira Vane VOSHELL ________| | | (1867 - 1941) | | | |_Francis Ann VANE ____+ | | (1833 - 1897) m 1860 |_Lula VOSHELL _______| (1902 - ....) | | ______________________ | | |_Francis H (Fanny) COVEY _| (1868 - 1933) | |______________________
 [S135] Personal notes Ruth Estella Voshell
dau William Smith Voshell
 [S88] DE Archives Probate File
Anna Maria YINGLING
_ STEINSEIFER ________ | _father of John Daniel ,one of four sons STEINSEIFER _| | | | |______________________ | _John Daniel (Sr) STONESIFER _| | (1731 - 1813) m 1765 | | | ______________________ | | | | |______________________________________________________| | | | |______________________ | | |--John STONESIFER | (1767 - 1799) | _Christian YINGLING __ | | | _John YINGLING _______________________________________| | | (1719 - ....) | | | |_Susanna (maybe) _____ | | |_Maria Elizabeth YINGLING ____| (1744 - 1821) m 1765 | | _Christophel BANKERT _ | | |_Margaretha Elenore BANCKERT _________________________| | |_Anna Eva ____________
 The 1790 Census gives indication that at first they lived at the Stonesifer homestead. Eventually they moved to the Taneytown area. Here John had purchased on Mar 16 1799 two tracts of land located on the eastern side of Piney Creek for 344 pounds from a John Low. One tract was of 64 acres and part of a larger one called "Crossburg," The other tract of 3 acres and was part of one called "Addition." However, just as he was starting out on his own in farming, he became seriously ill. His condition became so bad that he had to have a will written for him on May 13, 1799, and which he was only able to sign by making his mark. In this document it states of him as "being very Sick and weak of Body but of perfect mind and memory," and named Adam Conrad Routson and Jacob Yingling as his executors. The first executor was a close neighbor, the second executor was his wife's uncle who was also the brother of his mother. Thus his uncle also. The three witnesses to the making of this will are of great family importance to us, also. They were Henry Stonesifer a brother of John's; Abraham Yingling and uncle of both John and his wife and who was the brother of Jacob Yingling, one of the executors; and Andrew Kump a neighbor whose own descendants were to intermarry with the Stonesifer family later. John Stonesifer died shortly after making the will, as on Nov. 26, 1799 Adam Conrad Routson sent a signed paper to the Orphan's Court and Register of wills in Frederick in which he renounced his position as co-executor, pleading that his personal circumstances did not permit him to act in this capacity. The will was probated in Frederick on Dec 3 1799 by Jacob Yingling who then carried out his necessary duties for the widow and four children.
 [S14] "History and Genealogy of the Stonesifer Family of MD and PA"