|Died:||9 April 1836|
|Notes:||William C. was a blacksmith by trade. He probably also farmed as he had a family of 12 to feed. Eventually, William and Catherine bought land along the Brunswick Pike, about halfway between Perryville and Clinton, NJ. Here, William hoped to gain trade from shoeing the stagecoach horses that traversed the Pike from Easton to New Brunswick, NJ.
By this time the church in Potterstown had fallen into disuse, so William and Catherine attended the Bethlehem Presbyterian Church in nearby Grandin, NJ According to records of this church, William supplied "coles" for each church service. This meant that he, or one of his
|Mother:||Anna Eva Schaefer|
|Family:||Catherine Pickel, b. 1752, d. 9 December 1831|