My name is Kathryn Beaumont
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If you do a Google Search for Thomas Gorsuch, on the first page you find the listing for Thomas Gorsuch 1782-1836 in a Find a Grave Memorial. Go to the Second Page and look at the listing marked:
SECOND GENERATION - RootsWeb - Ancestry.com
She was married to Thomas B. GORSUCH (son of Charles GORSUCH and
Click on it and you find yourself on Roots Web, an Ancestry.Com site. Click on Lovelace Gorsuch to get to the third generation. This gives you Lovelace's kids. Click on Thomas Lovelace Gorsuch to get to the fourth generation. Click on #209 Thomas Gorsuch to get to the fifth generation. Here you find this Thomas's full dates, wife's full dates and their children. The data you passed through to get to the fifth generation might be of some interest to you since this Thomas 1782-1836 should be in your tree. Have Fun. John Akard 47426475
Henry was not your run of the mill Baptist. He deeded the land for the Sater Baptist Historical Church, the first church built by the Baptist in Maryland. Type Sater into Google Maps and a marker A shows up in the middle of Sater Ln. in Timonium, MD. The building to the right is the modern Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church. The one to the left is Henry's church with a cemetery with over 600 internments including Henry, his wife Dorcus and their kids George and Discretion. Henry's Find a Grave.com Memorial #37168386
In that web site I mentioned, they explain the before these people left England, they were Stansburys. In Holland the adopted a more Dutch sounding name Sternberg. When Detmar came to the Colonies, Tobias changed it to Starnborough. The next generation returned it to the original Stansbury. As it stands, I believe that only Detmar should be referred to as Sternberg, Tobias only as Starnborough and everyone else as Stansbury.
I think Detmar was born in Holland and immigrated with his wife and son Tobias. There's a very good web site you can find by Googling Detmar Sternberg. Look for the Descendant of Detmar Sternberg, Main Page.