A Genealogy of the Barnum, Barnam and Barnham Family

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Notes for Peter ROMP


Peter Romp moved his family to Ohio in 1819 and they settled six miles from Marietta, on Duck Creek. In 1825 they moved to Zanesville. In 1826 he bought a tract of land in Olmstead Township, Cuyahoga, Ohio, on what later became the Albert Bronson Farm and later the Kirk Farm. Several years later, he bought a tract of land on Mastick Road that was later called the Raver Farm. Most of that farm was in the valley and is now a part of the Metropolitan Park. Peter and Lavina Romp had 11 children.
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