Henry S. Myers
Born: 17 Aug 1761
Loc: Gunpowder River, MD
Died: 24 Jun 1847
Loc: Myers Mills, Clarion Co., PA
Bur: Jefferson Furnace, Clarion Co., PA

Military: Revolutionary War
Father: George Myers
Mother: Elizabeth Singree
Married: 25 Mar 1783
York Co., PA
Sarah Mary Stroble,
daughter of Zachariah Stroble and Rebecca
Children: NancyAnn/Elizabeth/Mary/GeorgeS./Henrietta/Sarah/Henry/John/Margaret/
Jacob/Lottie/Susannah/James S.
Henry S. Myers was one of 9,000 men to sign the
Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity to Maryland during the Revolution.
1800 Census: Hartford Co., MD
Henry Myers, the father of Colonel James S. Myers, of Franklin, built the first Grist Mill on the Clarion River, in that section, at or near the place where Davis Mill now stands. This part of the county, at that time was all Richland Township, Venango County.
Source: First Settlers of Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Several of the children of Henry and Sarah were baptized at the
 Saint James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, MD
Henry MYERS - built several of the first mills in Richland Township b. 3 Aug 1761 in York Co., PA or MD; son of George and Elizabeth SINGREE Myers, and the grandson of Frederick MYERS (born in Saxony); Henry married, 25 March 1783, Mary Sarah STROBLE, believed to be the daughter of Zachariah and Rebecca Stroble; Henry d. 24 June 1840 and Sarah d. 29 Dec 1835; Henry and Mary Sarah moved to Richland Township, Venango County (area now part of Clarion County) in 1806 and had the following children: Nancy Ann, b. 4 June 1784, (m. John RANGE); Elizabeth, b. 3 Jan 1787, (m. __ HUTCHINSON; Mary, b. 10 Dec 1789, (m. __WILSON); George Singree, b. 13 Jan 1792, (m. Eleanor BURNS); Henrietta, b. 7 Sept 1794, (m. Thomas W. MAYS ); Mary Sarah, b. 17 Feb 1797, (m. William STROBLE and ___SAWELL); Henry, b. 14 March 1799, (m. Nancy A. BURNS); John, b. 10 April 1801; Margaret, b. 11 Feb 1803; Jacob Alman, b. 23 Nov 1804; Lovicy, b. 17 Aug 1807, (m. James or William THOMPSON); Susannah, b. 1 March 1811, (m. (1)__HAUN, (2) Thomas Hicks PRATHER, (3) Ira L. MANROSS, (4) Elijah MILLER (5) George HEWITT; James Stroble, b. 9 June 1813, a prominent lawyer in the area of Franklin until 1873, (m. Emily BUNNELL).
Source: Venango County, PA Website