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1850 United States Federal Census
about Peter Mickley

Peter Mickley

18

abt 1832

Male

Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania

151

Name

Age

Peter Mickley

62

Mary Mickley

53

Isaiah Mickley

21

Peter Mickley

18

Mary Snyder

13

 

I checked the marriage licenses for 1804-1834 and do not see Peter Mickley I do see Sarah Mickley married to Daniel Deterly, Sarah Mickley married to Samuel Kramer and Susanna Mickley married to Henry Straal.

 There is a Levi O. Mickley Bedminster Twp, nephew of Peter O. Mickley listed in Bedminster Feb 9, 1864

 The Son

 

1860 United States Federal Census 

PeterMickley

24

abt 1836

Pennsylvania

Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania

Male

Bedminster

 

Name

Age

Reuban Stover

33

Elisa Ann Stover

22

Lovesa Stover

5

Peter O Mickley

24

Levi O Mickley

39

  •  St. Matthews, Kellers Church or St Peter's (Tohickon Union) Old Bethlehem Pike Perkasie PA
  •  History of Bedminster shows -  A German family that settled here in 1784 was that of John Peter Mickley.  He was the son of John Jacob Mickley who resided in White Hall.
  •  The Mickley family history relates that John Peter Mickley drove the team that conveyed the old Liberty Bell from Philadelphia to Bethlehem prior to the British troops occupying Philadelphia in 1777.  

 

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