Person:Conrad Custer (2)

m. 24 JUN 1691
  1. Conrad Custer1695 - 1772
  2. Nicholas Kuster1706 - 1784
m. 1713
  1. Bridget Custer
  2. Charity Custer1716 - 1770
  3. Arnold Custer1718 - 1759
  4. Richard Custer1722 - 1781
  5. Richard Custard1722 -
  6. William Custer1729 - 1806
  7. Susannah Custer1729 - 1825
  8. Paul Custer1730 - 1820
  9. Nicholas Custer1732 - 1791
  10. Conrad Custer1735 - 1760
  11. Isaac Custard1738 - 1780
  12. John Custard1739 - 1782
  13. Esekiel Custard1740 -
  14. Levi Custer1740 -
  15. Benjamin Custard1741 - 1826
  16. Catherine Custer1747 - 1826
  17. Joseph Custer1752 - 1839
  18. Joseph Kester Custard1753 -
  19. Mary Custer1762 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Conrad Custer
Alt Name[2] Conrad Kuster
Gender Male
Alt Birth[2] 1693 Philadelphia, PA
Birth[1] 1695 Mount Pleasant, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Marriage 1713 Montgomery Co. PAto Susannah Adams
Alt Death[2] 1 FEB 1722 Augusta, VA
Death[1] 1 FEB 1772 Rockingham County, Virginia

Conrad Custer was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Information on Conrad Custer

Biography of Conrad Custer, by Craig Beeman (omb@ponyexpress.net):

BIOGRAPHY: Conrad Custer appears as a signer of the Falkner's Swamp Petition in 1728 seeking protection from the Indians at Skippack (now Montgomery Co.). Conrad bought and sold land throughout PA, including: Skippack area, Franconia Township, Bucks Co. near the Delaware river, Tinicum Creek area and Revere. In 1762, Conrad bought 1660 acres on the North Branch of Shannandore (Shenandoah), near Clover Lick, Augusta Co. (now in Rockingham Co.), VA. this is near Brock's Gap. Apparently a second marriage took place, because at Conrad's death his widow (unnamed) consented to his estate being committed to his son, Paul. It is widely reported that Conrad was the father of from 27 to 30 children. However, part of them could be his brother's children and his son's children, who were left orphans. [Note: added with permission of Craig Beeman].
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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 KY Roots.ged.