Clara

ABT 1887 - AFT 1 Apr 1930

Family 1 : Walter DAVIS

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Jacqueline Joan

[25819]

ABT Oct 1935 - ____

Family 1 : Eugene Charles SHIMKUS
Family 2 : Ronald L. FOOR Sr
  1.  David Edward FOOR
  2. +Ronald L. FOOR Jr
  3.  Lori FOOR
  4. +Sharon Kay FOOR
Family 3 : JOHNSON

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[25819] NOTE: Jacqueline's maiden name may not be FOOR, but may be, instead, a prior married name. There are many 'links' in documents to Jacqueline J. Shimkus and a David E. Foor that I assume to be her son. Jacqueline may have married, after 2001, a person named JOHNSON.

LOCATION: 1988 - Palm Beach Co., FL; dissolution of marriage between Jacqueline and Eugene Shimkus who were married Oct. 2, 1976 (12 years); wife is 52, husband 64. No children born to this marriage. Husband is retired machinist, wife a real estate salesperson.

Maiden name may be SNYDER.

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Mary E.

[6826]

ABT 1873 - AFT Jan 1920

Family 1 : Claud Arden WERNERT

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[6826] CENSUS 1920; Front Street, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; taken January 1920,
visitation 80/83
WERNERT, Claud A. 28 b OH; married, parents b OH; farm laborer
", Mary E., wife, 47 b OH; parents b OH, married
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transcribing the census records).

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Sarah

[16854]

ABT 1798 - AFT 1 Jun 1870

Family 1 : Peter HARMAN
  1. +Mary HARMAN

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[16854] CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 177/181
HOY, Peter, 33y farmer b OH
", William E., 9y attending school b OH
", Sarah W., 8y attending school b OH
", Isaac, 56y farmer b OH
", Mary, 53y keeping house b OH
", John, 19y works on the farm b OH
", Lidda, 16y helps mother b OH
", Elnora, 10y attending school b OH
", Samantha, 6y attending school b OH
", Daniel, 90y infirm b PA
HARMAN, Peter, 75y infirm b PA
", Sarah, 72y infirm b OH
CABINER, Jacob, 28y jour. carpenter b OH

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Sarah

[28554]

ABT 1782 - AFT Jun 1850

Family 1 : John KELSEY

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[28554] CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 238
Kelsey, John, 65y farmer b MD
", Sarah, 68y b MD

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Henry Edward ALSPACH

[11865]

4 May 1857 - 6 Oct 1938

Father: Heinrich ALSPACH
Mother: Matilda LAMB

Family 1 : Clara Matilda HORN
  1.  Ethel Matilda ALSPACH
  2.  Mary Iretha ALSPACH

 _Heinrich ALSPACH _+
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|--Henry Edward ALSPACH 
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|_Matilda LAMB _____+

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[11865] NAME/DOB/POB/SPOUSE/PARENTAGE: "History of Fairfield County, Ohio, and Representative Citizens", Charles Miller, 1912, p 534.

DOD/DOB: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 51. Years only.

MIDDLE NAME: From Christopher Alspach via April 2001 email.

CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitaton 1132.
ALSPAUGH, Henry 42y farmer b OH
", Matilda 45y b OH
", Norman 17y farm hand b O H
", Lucy A. 16y b OH
", Elizabeth 14y b OH
", Nelson H. 11y b OH
", Jacob S. 8y b OH
", Henry E. 3y b OH
BRYING/BOYING, William F. 63y Jer. blacksmith b Wurtemburg

CENSUS: 1880 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 161/169
ALSPACH, Henry, 62y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Matilda, 65y wife keeping house b OH, parents b VA
", Henry E., 23y son works on farm b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 8 SH 1B
ALSPACH, Henry, head, b May 1857, 43y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Clara M., wife b Mar 1869, 31y b OH, parents b OH, mar 12y, had 2 ch 1 living
", Mary I., or J., dau b May 1890, 10y b OH, at school

CENSUS: 1910 Carroll, Fairfield Co., OH vis 17
ALSPAUGH, Henry E. husband 52 b OH
", Clara M. 41 wife b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Carroll, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 1A
ALSPACH, H. Edward, head, owns home worth $2000, 73y b OH parents b OH, married first at age 31, retired
", Clara M., wife, 61y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 19
HEISTER, Edward E., grandson 16y b OH, parents b OH, jewelery repairer

DOD/POD: Name listed as Henry Edward Alspach, Cert. #57261. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.

Death certificate image. Henry Edward Alspach of Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, died Oct. 6, 1838 aged 81y 5m 2d, married to Clara Horn Alspach. Retired farmer. Born May 4, 1857 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Henry Alspach b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Matilda Lamb b Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, informant Clara Alspach of Carroll. Buried Betzer Cem., Oct. 8.

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John Wilson ALSPACH

[14583]

21 Nov 1879 - 17 Apr 1963

Father: John Edward ALSPACH
Mother: Hannah BENSON

Family 1 : Frances Gertrude BUSEY
  1.  Helen Bernadine ALSPACH
  2.  Evelyn L. ALSPACH
  3.  Vivian L. ALSPACH
  4.  Marjorie F. ALSPACH
  5.  Winifred ALSPACH
  6.  Yvonne DeLee ALSPACH

 _John Edward ALSPACH _+
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|--John Wilson ALSPACH 
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|_Hannah BENSON _______+

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[14583] DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio probate birth images. John W. Alspach b Nov. 21, 1879 Bloom Twp., Greencastle precinct, to John E. Alspach and Hannah Benson.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 60. Full dates.

DOD: Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-1969. Columbus, OH: Ohio Department of Health. Listed as John W. Alspach, 83y, married.

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 17
ALSPACH, John E., 39y farmer b OH; fa b OH, ma b PA
", Hannah, 34y wife keeping house b OH; fa b MD, ma b OH
", Emma L., 15y dau works in house b OH
", Martha J., 14y dau works in house b OH
", Ida A., 13y dau at home b OH
", Daniel E., 10y son at home b OH
", Jesse B. 9y son at home b OH
", MAry E., 6y dau at home b OH
", Edith L., 4y dau b OH
", John W., 6/12 born in November, son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 17A, enumerated
in June 22nd
ALSPACH, John E., b Aug 1840, 59y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, mar 36y, farmer
", Hannah, wife b Mar/May 1846, 54y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Jessie B., son b Oct 1871, 28y b OH, farm labor
", Edith L., dau b Sept 187?, 29?y b OH
", John W., son b Nov 1879, 20y b OH, farm labor
", Allice M., dau b Oct 1883, 16y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 30/30
ALSPACH, John W., head, 30y, married once, mar 8y, b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Gertie F., wife 28y had 4 ch 4 living b IL, fa b IA, ma b OH
", Helen B., 7y b OH
", Evalyn L., 5y dau b OH
", Vivian L., 3y dau b OH
", Marjorie F., 9/12y dau b OH
BUSEY, Clara K., mother-in-law, 64y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 2 living.

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 63 sh 8B; 3rd ward; 675 Stanley
Ave.
ALSPAUGH, John, 40y b OH, parents b OH, salesman
", Francas?, wife 37y b IL, fa b IL, ma b OH
", Helen, dau 17y b OH
", Evelyn, dau 15y b OH
", Vivian, dau 13y b OH
", Marjorie, dau 10y b OH
", Naomi, dau 8y b OH
", Winifred, dau 2 4/12 b OH
BUSEY, Clara, mother-in-law 64y widow b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; 1331 Oak Street; SH 21A p 55 ED 41 Ward 5 Block 36
ALSPACH, John W., rents home for $42.50/month, owns a radio set, doesn't live on a farm, 50y b OH, married first at age 23
", Frances, wife 47y b IL, fa b IL, ma b OH
", Marjorie, dau 20y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IL
", Naomi, dau 18y b OH, parents b OH
", Winifred, dau 12y b OH,parents b OH
", Yvonne, dau 8y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IL
BUSEY, Clara, mother 74y widow b OH, parents b OH
EMMISH, Wilfred, head, 29y b OH, married first at age 28, parents b OH
", Evelyn, wife 25y b oH, married first at age 24, fa b OH, ma b IL
[Note, the relationship for Wilfred and Evelyn Emmish said "son-in-law' and 'daughter', but was crossed out and 'head' and 'wife' inserted. Also note the different locations that the 'mother' is listed as being born with the children's listings.]

1949 - listed as one of two surviving brothers, Jesse and John, in sister
Mary E. Heller's Sept. obit.

LOCATION: 1958 - listed as a surviving brother, John, of Columbus, in brother Jesse's Oct. obit.

OBIT: John W. Alspach, age 83, 853 Ruby Ave., Wednesday. Survived by wife, Frances G.; 6 daughters, Mrs. Helen Eesley, Silver Springs, Md.; Mrs. Evelyn Emish, Mrs. WSinifred Gerbig, Mrs. Yvonne Stockdale, all of Columbus; Mrs. Marjorie Johnstown, Batavia, Ill.; Mrs. Naomi Fulton, Willoughby, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Alice Loy, Canal Winchester, 14 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren. Friends may call, after 6 p.m. Thursday at the O.R. Woodyard Co State St. Chapel, where service will be held, 10 a.m. Saturday. Rev. James Stewart officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery by O.R. Woodyard Co. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, April 17, 1963]

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ALSPAUGH

[17071]

____ - 15 Aug 1884

Father: Henry Edward ALSPAUGH
Mother: Sarah Samantha COURTRIGHT


 _Henry Edward ALSPAUGH _____+
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|_Sarah Samantha COURTRIGHT _+

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[17071] NAME/PARENTAGE/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 111. Alspaugh, infant daughter of H. E. and S. S., died Aug. 15, 1884.

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Willis ANTHONY

____ - ____

Family 1 : Kathleen TOVEY

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Alice A. BACHER

[19437]

ABT 1856 - AFT Jun 1880

Father: Jonas BACHER
Mother: Catherine Elizabeth DUNBAUGH


 _Jonas BACHER _________________+
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|_Catherine Elizabeth DUNBAUGH _

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[19437] CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 369/357
BOCHER, Jonas 37y farmer b OH
", Catherine 32y b OH
", Elarra/Elvara A. 16y b OH
", Sarah C. 14y b OH
", Elizabeth C., 12y b OH
", Mary J. 10y b OH
", Margaret C. 8y b OH
", Frederick J. 6y b OH
", Alice A. 4y b OH
", Lora E. 2y b OH
DUBAUGH [Dreisbach?], Jacob, 50y shoemaker b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Ridge Twp., Wyandot Co., OH; p 807
BACHAR, Jonas, 47y farmer b OH, $4800 real estate, $600 personal estate
", Catherine, 43y keeping house b OH
", Elizabeth, 21y keeping house b OH
", Isabella, 20y keeping house b OH
", Catharine, 18y keeping house b OH, attended school
", Alice E., 14y at home b OH, attended school
", Laura E., 12y b OH, attended school
", William A., 9y b OH, attended school
", Delia 8y b OH, attended school
", Jonas L., 6y b OH, attended school
", Clara L., 3y b OH, attended school

CENSUS: 1880 Ridge Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, p 11
BACHAR, Jonas 57y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA
", Elizabeth K. 53y wife keeping house b OH, parents b PA
", Alice A., 24y dau at home b OH
", Laura E., 22y dau at home b OH
", William A., 18y son works on farm b OH
", Della S., 17y dau at home b OH
", Jonas S., 15y son works on farm b OH
", Anna? 8y dau b OH

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Mary Delila BERGSTRESSER

[7512]

May 1830 - 16 Feb 1916

Father: Phillip BERGSTRESSER
Mother: Eliza MYERS

Family 1 : Benjamin RAREY

 _Phillip BERGSTRESSER _+
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|--Mary Delila BERGSTRESSER 
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[7512] CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - Page 155 line 4. One male
between 30-40, two males between 0-5. Females: One between 20-30, and one
between 0-5.

CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH -
Males: two between 0-5; two between 5-10; two between 10-15, one between 40-50. Females: one between 30-40.

CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH - family #1411
BERGSTRESER, Phillip 52y saddler, b PA
", Eliza 54y b VA
", Delila 20y b OH
", Harvey 18y b OH
", George 16y b OH
", Lewis 14y b OH
", Irwin 12y b OH
", Jane 10y b OH

DOM/POM: Names listed as Benjamin Rarey and Mary D. Bergstresser.
Ancestry.com; Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research. Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900
[database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.

CENSUS: 1870 Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH; p 1
RAREY, Benjamin, 43y farmer b OH, $13000 real estate, $2000 personal estate
", Mary D., 40y keeps house b OH
", William P., 15y works on farm b OH
", Jennie, 13y at home b OH
", Ralph W., 10y b OH
", Kate, 6y b OH
", Georgiana, 4y b OH
", Charles, 1y b OH
HARLEY, Ervin, 30y works on farm b OH
SCOTT, Mary, 40y domestic servant b OH
PETTY, Lewis, 21y works on farm b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH; ED 105 p 31D
RAREY, Benj. 43y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Mary, 47y wife keeps house b OH, parents b PA
", Ralph, 21y son, farmer b OH
", Kate, 16y dau at home b OH, attended school
", Georgiana, 14y dau at home b OH, attended school
", Charles, 11y son, farmer, b OH, attended school
", Benj. Jr. 9y son attended school b OH
PETTY, William, 33y single, laborer b OH, parents b VA

CENSUS: 1900 Kenton, Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH, ED 92 SH 2A p 161
RAREY, Mary D., head, b May 1830, 70y, married, married 50y, had 10 ch 4 living b OH, fa b PA, m ab VA.
(husband is listed as widowed and living with brother. Perhaps they were separated?)

CENSUS: 1910 Pleasant Twp., Hardin Co., OH; city of Kenton, ward 4, ED 98 SH 4A
RAREY, Mary D., 79y widow b OH, married 59y had 10 ch 3 living b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA

DOD/POD: Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Lucille E. BICKEL

[27420]

24 Mar 1915 - 23 Aug 2006

Father: James G. BICKEL
Mother: Christina Ella GEORGE

Family 1 : Noel Arden BRENNER

 _James G. BICKEL _______
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|_Christina Ella GEORGE _

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[27420]
CENSUS: 1930 Star twp., Hocking Co., OH, ED 14 Sh 8B
BICKLE, James G., head, 57y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 30, farm
operator
", Ella C., 49y b OH, parents b OH, married first at 24
", Waveline? B., dau 27y single b OH, high school teacher
", Robert W., son 19y b OH, high school teacher
", Lucile E., dau 15y b OH

BRENNER Lucille Brenner, age 91, of Canal Winchester, passed away Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at Grant Medical Center, Columbus. She was preceded in death by husband Noel Brenner. Also preceded in death by her parents James and Emma (George) Bickel, 3 brothers and 3 sisters. Lucille was a retired Canal Winchester Elementary teacher, a long-time member of David's United Church of Christ, and a member of the Canal Winchester Senior Center and Fairfield Co. Teacher Assoc. Survived by children, Richard (Patty) Brenner and Marilyn (Joe) LoSchiavo, Canal Winchester; grandsons, Jason and Justin Brenner, Andrew (Sara) LoSchiavo, Silver Spring, MD.; and great-granddaughter, Alexa. Friends may visit Friday 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. Reverends Beth and David Long-Higgins officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery, Carroll. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the United Church of Christ in Canal Winchester. Online condolences available to the family at www.spencefuneralhome.com. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, August 25, 2006, News 6E]

DOB/POB: From funeral home website.

POBurial: Names listed as Brenner, Noel A., born Jan. 2, 1911, and Lucille B., born Mar 24, 1915. No death dates. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 73.
NAME: Listed as surviving wife of 55 years in husband's March 1996 obituary.

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Samuel Wilson BLACKWOOD

[8722]

30 Jul 1851 - 22 May 1911

Father: John BLACKWOOD
Mother: Christiana SMITH

Family 1 : Laura DILDINE

 _John BLACKWOOD ___
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|--Samuel Wilson BLACKWOOD 
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|_Christiana SMITH _+

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[8722] CENSUS; 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, p 14
BLACKWOOD, John, 55y house carpenter b Ireland, parents of foreign birth,
$10,000 real estate, $2000 personal estate
", Christine, 47y keeping house b OH
", Samuel, 18y works on farm b OH
", Henry K., 16y works on farm b OH
", Minnie, 14y helps mother b OH
", John C., 7y b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 28/28
BLACKWOOD, John 65y farmer b Ireland, parents b Ireland
", Christine, 57y wife, keeping house; parents b PA, ma b OH
", Wilson, 28y son, single, works on farm
", Henry 26y son, single, clerks in store
", John, 1y grandson
HOLSTIEN, Henry, 19y single works on farm, b PA, parents b PA

CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH
BLACKWOOD, Samuel W., head, b July 1852, 47y b OH, fa b Ireland, ma b OH, real estate agent
", Laura, wife b Mar 1855, 45y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 22y, had 2 ch 2 living, music teacher
", John, son b Nov 1879, 20y b OH, jeweler
", Christine M., dau b June 1889, 11y b OH, at school
ARNOLD, Delmar, boarder, b Jan. 1879, 21y b OH, parents b OH, dry goods clerk

CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 176, visitation 59
BLACKWOOD, Samuel W., 58y b OH
", Laura A., 55y b OH
", Christine, 20y b OH

Death certificate image. Samuel W. Blackwood died at Protestant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, May 22, 1911 aged 59y 9m 22d, born July 30, 1851 in Lithopolis, Ohio, to John Blackwood b Belfast, Ireland and Christina Smith b in United States. Piano Dealer. Buried in Canal Winchester, May 26. Married.

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Cora A. BOWMAN

[15567]

27 Apr 1875 - 9 May 1939

Father: Strother BOWMAN
Mother: Elizabeth SCHMECK

Family 1 : Isaac Monroe Israel LANTZ
  1.  Chauncy Orville LANTZ
Family 2 : Robert EVERSOLE

 _Strother BOWMAN ___+
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|_Elizabeth SCHMECK _

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[15567] DOB/PARENTAGE: from Judith Winzenz via Nov. 2001 email.

NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/MAIDEN NAME: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield
County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 259. Years Only.

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 3
BOWMAN, Strother, 34y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Elizabeth, 31y wife, keeping house, can't write, b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Amanda J., 9y dau b OH
", Benjamin F., 8y son b OH
", Cora A., 5y dau b OH
", Mary C., 1y dau b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, Groveport, sheet 6B
LANTZ, Isaac M., b Dec 1859 40y b OH, mar 5y, parents b PA, farm laborer
", Cora A., wife b Apr 1875, 25y b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, parents b OH
", Chauncey, son b Jan 1896, 4y b OH

CENSUS: 1920 - Columbus Street, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 33/35; taken January 1920
LANTZ, Monroe I. 60 b OH; parents b PA - general farm laborer
", Cora A. wife 44 b OH; parents b OH

LOCATION: 1929 - Mrs. Cora Lantz of Lithopolis spent last week ast the guest of Neil Lantz and family at Columbus, O. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster,
Ohio, March 6, 1929]

CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 3B
EVERSOLE, Robert, head, owns home worth $630, does not reside on a farm, 54y
b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 32, farm laborer
", Cora, wife 54y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 19y
BOWMAN, Strawf, brother-in-law, 83y widow b OH, parents b OH, retired
NOTE: This clearly says 'brother-in-law', but I'm assuming it's "Strother",
which would be his father-in-law. Wife Cora has tombstone with her first
husband's name on it. Is this info correct?

DOD/POD: Name listed as Cora Eversole, Cert. #30638. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.

Death certificate image. Cora Eversole of Lithopolis, Ohio, died at St. Anthony Hospital in Columbus on May 9, 1939, aged 64y 0m 12d, married, spouse Robert Eversole. Born April 27, 1875 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Stroder Bowman b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Elizabeth Smeck b Pickaway Co., Ohio Buried Lithopolis Cem., May 11.

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George W. BRANDT

[28002]

1883 - 10 Nov 1958

Family 1 : Mary E. JORDAN

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[28002] DOB/DOD: Names listed as George W. Brandt, 1883-1958, and Mary E. Brandt, 1886-1968. Also listed is son George W. Brandt, Jr., 1916-1960. "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 72.

CENSUS: 1920 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 9 SH 1A
BRANDT, George W., head, 36y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mary, wife 33y b OH, parents b OH
", Robert J., son 6y b OH
", George W., Jr., son 3 y b OH
", Joseph R., son 1y b OH
", [I?]da, sister 50y single b OH, parents b OH

DOD/POD: Name listed as George W. Brandt, white male, resided in Fairfield Co., Ohio, died in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio at age 75, married. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Raymond K. BRUBAKER

[21058]

22 Jul 1920 - 18 Sep 2008

Father: Vernon Franklin BRUBAKER
Mother: Bernice Ilo FOOR

Family 1 : Jeanne MICKIE
  1.  Jim BRUBAKER
  2.  Rick BRUBAKER

 _Vernon Franklin BRUBAKER _
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|--Raymond K. BRUBAKER 
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|_Bernice Ilo FOOR _________+

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[21058] CENSUS: 1930 Van Wert city, Pleasant Twp., Van Wert Co., OH, ED 11 SH 1A
BRUBAKER, Vernon F., head, rents home for $20/month, owns a radio set, does
not live on a farm, 37y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 22, butter
maker at creamery
", Bernice, wife 36y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20
", Donald, son 14y b OH
", Geraldine, dau 11y b OH
", Raymond, son 9y b OH
", Robert, son 5y b OH
", Richard, son 3y b OH

LOCATION: 1974 - listed as a surviving son, Raymond, of Pittsburgh, PA, in mother's obituary.

LOCATION: 2003 - listed as a surviving brother, Raymond K. (Jeanne) Brubaker of Sun City, AZ, in brother Robert's Dec. 2003 obituary.

LOCATION: 2004 - listed as a surviving brother, Raymond K. (Jeanne) Brubaker of Sun City, Ariz., in sister Geraldine's Dec. 2004 obit.

Raymond Brubaker
BRUBAKER RAYMOND
88, of Sun City passed away September 18, 2008. He was born July 22, 1920 in Ohio City, OH to Vernon & Bernice (Foor) Brubaker. He served in the US Army during WW II. He was employed for 39 years by Williams & Company of Pittsburgh, PA retiring to Sun City in 1985. He was a member of the Willowbrook United Methodist Church and Palmbrook Country of Sun City; a 50 year member of the Avalon Pennsylvania Masonic Lodge #657 AF & AM, and a Shrine and Scottish Rite member. Survivors include his wife Jeanne of 65 years; son Jim Brubaker (Linda); he was preceded by son Rick in 1976; also surviving are his brother Gordon R. Brubaker (Phyllis) and grandchildren Brian Brubaker (Alece) & Matthew Brubaker (Heather). Memorial services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, October 4, 2008 at the Allegheny County Memorial Park Chapel in Allison Park, PA. Memorial donations are suggested to the Shriner's Hospital for Children or Sunshine Services of Sun City. MENKE FUNERAL HOME handled arrangements. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

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B. F. BURNAP Sr

____ - ____

Family 1 : Nancy HOWARD

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John Amos CALLAGHAN

[8118]

15 May 1989 - ____

Father: Andrew CALLAGHAN
Mother: Karen FOOR


 _Andrew CALLAGHAN _
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|_Karen FOOR _______+

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[8118] NAME/DOB: From mother via email, May 1999.

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CARR

____ - ____

Family 1 : Flora Johanna STRUCKMAN

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Harry CLARK

[9905]

5 May 1847 - 15 Jul 1848

Father: Abel CLARK Md
Mother: Florella Jane MINER


 _Abel CLARK Md________
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|--Harry CLARK 
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|_Florella Jane MINER _+

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[9905] NAME/Parentage/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 370. Son of "Dr. A. and Florilla J.".

POB: Ancestry.com. The Munson record . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004.
The Munson record : a genealogical and biographical account of Captain Thomas
Munson (a pioneer of Hartford and New Haven) and his descendants. Munson,
Myron A.. New Haven, Conn.. Printed for the Munson Association. 1985, p 1020.

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Ray Lewis CONKLE

[24170]

11 Apr 1924 - 7 Nov 1927

Father: Harry CONKLE
Mother: Clara Cora BOYD


 _Harry CONKLE ____
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|--Ray Lewis CONKLE 
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|_Clara Cora BOYD _+

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[24170] NAME: Listed as a brother who preceded him in death in brother Wendell's Nov. 2001 obit.

Death certificate image. Ray Lewis Conkle died Gilead, Morrow Co., Ohio, Nov. 7, 1927, age 3, son of Harry Conkle and Clara Boyd. Parents b OH. Informant was Harry Conkle of Mt. Gilead, OH. Buried Canal Winchester, Nov. 9, 1927. Born April 11, 1924 in OH, died aged 3y 6m 26d.

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COOPER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Mary Josephine MOSS

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John CURRY Jr

[15398]

25 Jan 1865 - 23 Apr 1947

Father: John CURRY
Mother: Lydia MILLER


 _John CURRY ___
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|_Lydia MILLER _

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[15398] CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 60/60
CURRY, John 35y farmer b PA
", Lydia 30y keeping house b OH
", Rebecca 9y b OH
", Lucretia 7y b OH
", John 5y b OH
", Melissa 3y b OH
", William 2y b OH
MILLER, Elias 21y works on farm b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 6
CURRY, John, 45y b PA, farmer, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Lydia, 40y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Rebecca, 18y dau, domestic s., b OH
", Lucrisa, 17y dau at school b OH
", John Jr., 15y son at school b OH
", William, 12y son at school b OH
", Mary, 10y dau at school b OH
", Charles J., 7y son at school b OH
", Goerge, 1y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 106 Sh 15A
CURRY, John, head, b Nov. 1834, 65y b PA, parents b PA, farmer, married 39y
", Lydia, wife b mar 1840, 60y b OH, parents b OH, had 8 ch 6 living
", George, son b Jan 1865, 35y single b OH, farm laborer
", John D., son b Aug 1888, 21y married 2y b OH, farm laborer
", Emma B., dau-in-law b Nov 1880, 196 b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
", Nora, granddaughter b Mar 1889, 11y b OH, at school
", Nellie M., granddaughter b Feb 1899, 1y b OH
HARKLESS, Harry, grandson b July 1894, 5y b OH, parents b OH
KOLER, Christopher, boarder b Mar 1872, 28y b OH, parents b Germany, farm
laborer
GOLDSBERRY, Marcus, boarder b May 1878, 22y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
NOTE: The names of George and John D. are in the wrong place. The dates
aren't right unless you switch those first names, and the 1910 census shows
George married to this same Emma.

CENSUS: 1910 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 154 Sh 2A
CURRY, John D., head, 43y b OH, fa b PA, ma b in U.S., farm laborer
", Emma E., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH, married twice, had 5 ch 5 living
REID, Ethel, stepdau 13y b OH, parents b OH
", Anna F., stepdau 10y b OH
", Lucile F., stepdau 6y b OH
", Dorothy C., stepddau 3y b OH
MONGAN, Charlotte, mother-in-law 64y 2idow b OH, parents b in U.S., had 8 ch 7 living

Death certificate image. John Curry of Ashville, Pickaway Co., Ohio, died St. Francis Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio after 15 hours. Died April 23, 1947 aged 82y 2m 28d, divorced from Emma Reid who was 73. Born Jan. 25, 1865 Pickaway Co., Ohio to John Curry b PA and Lydia Miller b Perry Co., Ohio. Buried Reber Hill Cem., April 25.

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Sarah A. DECKER

[26437]

1842 - 1894

Father: Henry D. DECKER
Mother: Priscilla CONKLIN

Family 1 : Samuel S. CRIST

 _Henry D. DECKER ___
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|--Sarah A. DECKER 
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|_Priscilla CONKLIN _

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[26437] CENSUS: 1850 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1398
DECKER, H. D. 28y Loafer b OH, $3900 real estate
", Pricilla 26y b OH
", Sarah A., 8y b OH
", Elias P., 6y b OH
", James 2y b OH

DOM/POM: Names listed as Sarah A. Decker and Samuel S. Crist, 01 Sep 1859;
FHL Batch M513162 Pickaway Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1839-1862.

CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 148
CRIST, Samuel 27y farmer b OH
", Sarah A., 18y b OH
DECKER, Priscilla 40y b OH
", James 12y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 144/144
CRIST, Samuel 28y farmer b OH
", Sarah A. keeping house b OH
", Emma A. 9y b OH
", Percilla C. 8y b OH, attended school
", Ora P. 6y b OH (listed as female), attended school
", Anna L. 3y b OH
DECKER, Percilla, 8y b OH, attended school
", James T., 22y farm hand b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 15/15
CRIST, Samuel S. 48y farmer b OH, parents b OH <-- same Samuel?
", Sarah A., 38y wife, housekeeping b OH, parents b OH
", Emma A. 19y dau at home b OH
", Katie P. 17y dau at home b OH
", Ora P. 15y son works on farm b OH
", Alma L. 13y dau at school b OH
", Josie M. 8y dau at school b OH

DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Sarah A. Crist, 1842-1894, aged 52y, buried 2nd addition, part 2 lot 103 grave 2. Next of kin listed as Samuel S. Crist. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 192-193.

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Johannes DEIBART

[5227]

11 Mar 1822 - ____

Father: Johannes DEIBART
Mother: Catharina


 _Johannes DEIBART _
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|_Catharina ________

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[5227] NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed
Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township,, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio,
Chapter OGS, 1994, p 12. Sponsors: Peterus Deibart, Maria Kromlig.

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Ellen Isabelle DELONG

[6029]

26 Jun 1859 - 1 Aug 1940

Family 1 : Isaac NEISWANDER
  1.  Lena Bertha NEISWANDER

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[6029] CENSUS: 1880 Columbus Grove, Putnam Co., Ohio, ED 141 p 16D
NEISWANDER, Jacob, 26y b PA, parents b PA, day laborer
", Ellen, 21y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Bertha, 4y dau b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 81 SH 17A p 68
NEISWANDER, Isaak, head, b Oct 1851, 48y b PA, parents b PA, married 25y,
laborer [at] "scraper"? fact?
", Ellen, wife b June 1859, 40y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 2 living
", Roy, son b Nov 1880, 19y single b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, cigarmaker
ROTHEN, Lena, dau b Oct 1875, 24y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, married 5 y, had 2 ch 2 living
", Lestia, granddaughter b July 1897, 2y b OH
", Oza, grandson b Feb 1899 1y b OH
WELLS, Clarence, b-in-law, b Feb 1880, 20y single b OH, parents b OH, shoe laster

CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 71 SH 1B
NEISWANDER, I., head, 57y b PA, parents b PA, married once, mar. 36y, laborer
", Ella, wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 3 ch 2 living
", Roy, son 30y widow b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, cigar maker
", Leona, granddaughter 7y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 113 SH 4A p 56
NEISWANDER, Isaac, head, 67y b PA, parents b PA
", Ella, wife 60y b OH, parents b OH
", Leona, granddaughter 16y b OH, parents b OH
", Roy, son 36y widow b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, SH 7B ED 117
NEISWANDER, Isaac, head, rents home for $16/month, does not own a radio set,
76y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 21, laborer, welding shop
", Ella, wife 70y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 15

Death certificate 49418 image. Ellen Isabell Neiswander 873 East Broad, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died there Aug. 1, 1940 aged 81y 1m 5d, widow of Isaac Neiswander. Born June 26, 1859 in Hocking Co., Ohio to Jessie Delong b OH and Mary Julian b OH. Informant was Lennie? Wilson of same address. Buried Obetz Cem., Aug. 3, 1940.

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John DRESBACH

[29083]

27 Jul 1849 - 7 May 1910

Family 1 : Martha J. ALTON

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[29083] CENSUS: 1900 Benton Twp., Hocking Co., OH; ED 25 Sh 6A
Dressbach, John, head, b Jul 1849, 50y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, mar. 28y
", Martha J., wife, b Nov 1851, 48y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 living
", Rosey, dau b Jun 1882, 18y b OH, parents b OH

Death certificate image. John Dresback, Benton Twp., Hocking Co., Ohio, May 7, 1910, aged 60y 9m 10d, married, born July 27, 1849 in Hocking Co., Ohio to Daniel Dresback b OH and Julian Gensel b OH. Farmer. Died of rheumatism in leg, of a Strumons nature, with pyemia & Brights. Informant was Mrs. John Dresback of South Bloomingville. Buried Pine Grove Cem., May 10.

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Michael Zane DUVALL

[30630]

21 Sep 1960 - ____

Father: Lee DUVALL
Mother: Florence Lorraine FOOR


 _Lee DUVALL _____________
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|--Michael Zane DUVALL 
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|_Florence Lorraine FOOR _+

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[30630] NAME/DOB: From Florence Baker, g/d of Florence Lorraine (Foore) Duvall via Sept. 2009 email.

2000 - listed in brother Joseph Charles Duvall's Dec. 2000 obituary as
"brother and sisters, Mary Laird and Peg Duvall, both of Huntingdon, Julia
Lemin, Mount Union, Doris Bowers, Daytona Beach, Fla., Gladys Darlene Brown,
Breezewood, Bill Duvall, Shade Gap, and Mike Duvall, Greencastle".

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Alma Etta ELLISON

[21291]

ABT 1923 - AFT May 1971

Father: John Laurence ELLISON
Mother: Helen O. A. FOOR

Family 1 : LECOUMPTE

 _John Laurence ELLISON _
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|--Alma Etta ELLISON 
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|_Helen O. A. FOOR ______+

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[21291] NAME: Mentioned as a daughter "Alma Etta" of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ELLISON who attended a birthday party of Mrs. Lawrence's sisters, June 1926. See notes on Josie (KIGER) Foor Parrish.

CENSUS: 1930 Sycamore twp., Hamilton Co., OH; ED 390 Sh 13B; Deerfield road.
ELLISON, Laurence, head, rents home for $15/month, lives on a farm, 28y b OH,
parents b OH, married first at age 21, caretaker, country home
", Helen, wife 26y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 19
", Alma E., dau 7y b OH, parents b OH
", Lawrence R., son 4 11/12 b OH

LOCATION: 1971 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Alma LeCoumpte in mother's May 1971 obituary.

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Peter FAIRCHILD

[7301]

____ - 1825

Family 1 : Ann SMITH
  1.  William FAIRCHILD
  2. +Rachel FAIRCHILD
  3.  Lydia FAIRCHILD

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[7301] Peter's 1847 partition records state he died in 1825 and hiw widow was Ann. "The land involved was purchased in 1812 by Peter Fairchild with money from John Fairchild of PA and was purchased in the names of Peter Fairchild and his sister Mary, wife of Conrad Sines, and his brother Solomon Fairchild. When John Fairchild died in Luzerne Co., PA, he willed this land to Peter only. The will was dated August 14, 1823". Peter's heirs were his ch: Absalom; Elizabeth; Lydia, wife of John Knepper of Pickaway County; Moses of Indiana; Mary, wife of Shedrick Hiland of IN; Rachel, wife of George W. Fenstermacker; William; Isaac; Sarah Ann, wife of Emauel Shisler; Martha; Aaron, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 46.

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Albert Almone FOOR

[2012]

5 Aug 1861 - BEF 1870

Father: Richard T. FOOR
Mother: Mary Ann GRAY


 _Richard T. FOOR _+
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|--Albert Almone FOOR 
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|_Mary Ann GRAY ___

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[2012] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 37

CENSUS: not with parents in 1870 or subsequent census's. Possibly died in infancy.

Not mentioned as a surviving son in mother's 1900 obituary.

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Brian Scott FOOR

[2725]

20 Nov 1969 - ____

Father: Albert Dale FOOR
Mother: Mary Ann SEARLES

Family 1 : Jill Marie OSBORN

 _Albert Dale FOOR _+
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|_Mary Ann SEARLES _+

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[2725] NAME/DOB: From Carolyn Obertein, 3496 Catterfield, Saginaw, MI 48601
NAME: From supposed grandmother's 1997 obituary. See notes on Alma Zastrow.

Brian S. and Jill FOOR are listed at the Register of Deeds for Ingham Co., MI public website, Jul 2000 document.

Also listed at zabasearch.com with a Jackson, MI address.

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Connie Sue FOOR

[21658]

____ - AFT Aug 2009

Father: Earl Robert FOOR
Mother: Marlene COOLEY

Family 1 : Dennis SCHAEDLER

 _Earl Robert FOOR _+
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|--Connie Sue FOOR 
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|_Marlene COOLEY ___

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[21658] NAME: Lori Stucker, 2003.

2008 - listed as one of three surviving daughters: Connie (Dennis) Schaedler, Melanie (Dan) Salyers, and Barbara (Scott) Kaminsky -- in father's February obituary.

2009 - listed as a surviving daughter, Connie (Dennis) Schaedler in mother's Aug. 2009 obit.

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Dwight Alvin FOOR

[728]

9 Jun 1959 - ____

Father: Dwight Franklin FOOR
Mother: Evelyn CAMPBELL

Family 1 : Rhonda L. BENDER
  1.  Bradley Wilson FOOR
Family 2 : Debra L. MCCULLOUGH
  1.  Chad Dwight FOOR

 _Dwight Franklin FOOR _+
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|--Dwight Alvin FOOR 
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|_Evelyn CAMPBELL ______

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[728] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 8.
LOCATION: Warren, Ohio, address in Nov., 2001 [Delaware Co., Ohio, Municipal Court Records].

Listed at Summit County Clerk Records as being of Youngstown, Ohio in Dec. 1990.

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Emma C. FOOR

[1371]

6 Apr 1861 - ____

Father: Martin FOOR
Mother: Maria WITFORD


 _Martin FOOR ___+
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|--Emma C. FOOR 
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|_Maria WITFORD _

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[1371] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 24
NOTE: "Emma C." does not show up with family in 1870 census.

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Janice Lynn FOOR

____ - ____

Father: Jerry Martin FOOR
Mother: Nancy


 _Jerry Martin FOOR _+
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|--Janice Lynn FOOR 
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|_Nancy _____________

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Julie A. FOOR

[13277]

28 Jun 1974 - ____

Father: Samuel Barry FOOR
Mother: Mary Jacqueline CAWTHON


 _Samuel Barry FOOR _______+
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|--Julie A. FOOR 
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|_Mary Jacqueline CAWTHON _

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[13277] NAME/DOB/POB: From California birth records as seen online at RootsWeb.

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Kim Lee FOOR

[1133]

2 Feb 1957 - ____

Father: Charles Chalmer FOOR
Mother: Charlotte Kloy GREEN

Family 1 : BURKS

 _Charles Chalmer FOOR _+
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|--Kim Lee FOOR 
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|_Charlotte Kloy GREEN _

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[1133] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 16

2012 - listed as one of the surviving children, Kim Burks, in father's Dec. 2012 obituary.

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Kimberly Michelle FOOR

[8347]

9 Dec 1977 - 4 Jan 1978

Father: David Lee FOOR
Mother: Deborah Darlene BAILY


 _David Lee FOOR ________+
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|--Kimberly Michelle FOOR 
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|_Deborah Darlene BAILY _

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[8347] NAME/DOB/DOD: From Erin Barnett via June 1999 email.

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Margaret Christeena FOOR

[1543]

1 Feb 1918 - 25 Apr 1937

Father: Harry Lorne FOOR
Mother: Margaret E. FOOR


 _Harry Lorne FOOR _+
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|--Margaret Christeena FOOR 
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|_Margaret E. FOOR _+

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[1543] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 26
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Ray's Cove online cemetery inscription at http://kin2kin.amerianet.com/ancestorstones/index2.htm
"Dau of Harry L. and Margret E. Foor". Name shown as "Margret C.".

CENSUS: 1920 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 5, Page 11B
FOOR, Harry L., head, 51y b PA, parents b PA [stable?] boss, coal mines
", Margaret L., wife 46y b PA, parents b PA
", Roxie, dau 24y single b PA
", Lloyd, son 23y single b PA, coal miner
", Dewey, son 21y b PA, coal miner
", Mary dau 16 b PA
", Cora, dau 14y b PA
", Paul, son 12y b PA
", Fred, son 4y b PA
", Margaret, dau 2y b PA

CENSUS: 1930 Wood Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA, visitation 8/8
FOORE, Harry L., head, rents for $6/month, does not reside on a farm, 61y b
PA, parents b PA, married first at age 31, coal miner
", Margaret E., wife 55y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 22
", Fred, son 14y b PA
", Margaret C., dau 12y b PA

Miss Margaret C. Foore, Broad Top, PA died in April 1937. (Source: Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, PA; 29 April 1937).

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Marjorie H. FOOR

[16705]

ABT 1913 - AFT 1 Apr 1940

Father: Samuel William FOOR
Mother: Sarah Ella SWANK


 _Samuel William FOOR _+
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|--Marjorie H. FOOR 
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|_Sarah Ella SWANK ____+

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[16705] CENSUS: 1920 Urbana Twp., Champaign Co., IL; SD 11, ED 49, SH 11A; Washington
Blvd.
FOOR, Samuel W., head, 60y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, grain -----
", Ella S., wife 55y b OH, parents b OH
", Grace, dau 28y b OH, cook, boarding house
", Harley?, son 30y single b OH, driver, wholesale fruit
', Opal, dau 22y b IL, [-----], department store
", Maronia? Marion?, daughter 7y b IL

CENSUS: 1930 Urbana city, Champaign Co., IL; ED 10-76, SH 17A
FOOR, Samuel W., head, owns home worth $6000, does not live on a farm, 71y,
married first at 30y, b OH, parents b OH, care taker, sanitarium [can't read
second word]
", S. Ellen, wife, 64y b OH, married first at 25y, parents b OH
", Harley J. or Z., son 40y single b OH, laborer, university farm, served in
WWI
", Opal M., dau 32y single b IL, wrapper, department store
", Marjorie E., granddaughter 17y single b IL, fa b KY, ma b OH
", Wanda R., granddaughter 10y b IL, fa b IL, ma b OH

LOCATION: 1933 - in Samuel Foor's obituary in May 1933, it lists his children as "Harley J, Opal, Marjorie and Wanda". The girls are of Urbana, and Harley is of Pana. [News-Gazette, Champaign, IL, 18 May 1933, p 3]

CENSUS: 1940 - 609 W. Washington Street, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL; ED 10-40
SH 6B
FOOR, Ella S., head, 77y widow b OH, 8 years of education, resides same house
as that of 1935
", Opal M., dau 41y single b IL, saleslady at department store, 2 years high
school
", Marjorie H., dau 24y single b IL, h.s. 4y, stenographer at finance office
", Wanda R., dau 20y single b IL, h.s. 1 year

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Nathan Blayne FOOR

[19803]

20 Aug 1976 - ____

Father: Stanley Keith FOOR
Mother: Sandra

Family 1 : Julie Rachel ADAMS
  1.  Justyce FOOR
Family 2 : Jenny MILEHAM
  1.  Jonathan FOOR
  2.   FOOR

 _Stanley Keith FOOR _+
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|--Nathan Blayne FOOR 
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|_Sandra _____________

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[19803] NAME/DOB/LOCATION: anybirthday.com.

DOB: Ussearch.com shows a Nathan Blayne Foor of Towerhill, IL age 27 in 2004.

PARENTAGE: from the snail mail of Carleen (Foor) Hardy in May 2005.

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Owen R. FOOR

[21882]

ABT Oct 1927 - 15 Jun 2010

Father: FOOR
Mother: Eva P. LOVELL

Family 1 : Barbara L.
  1.  Douglas Owen FOOR
  2.  Machale FOOR
  3.  Michael FOOR

 _ FOOR _________
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|--Owen R. FOOR 
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|_Eva P. LOVELL _

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[21882] CENSUS: 1930 Manton, Cedar Creek Twp., Wexford Co., MI, ED 20; SH 9B
LOVELL, Louis, head, rents home for $5/month, 63y b IN, parents b IN, married first at 21y, road construction
", Elizabeth K., wife 61y b IN, parents b IN, married first at 19y
FOOR, Eva P., dau 19y b MI, married first at 16y
", Owen R., grandson 2 5/12 b MI, parents b MI

NOTE: At zabasearch.com there's a listing for an Owen R. Foor b Oct 1927 in Cedar Springs, MI.

FOOR (Cedar Springs) - Mr. Owen R. Foor, age 82, passed away on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. He was born in Grayling and later lived with his family on their farm in Manton. Owen took good care of his chickens which were his pride and joy. He graduated from Union High School where he was a member of the R.O.T.C. and soon after joined the army and served during World War II. He owned Owen's Service at Monroe and Ann Street in Grand Rapids. He worked for Blakeslee Heating and Cooling. Owen then worked as a maintenance Supervisor at Eberhardts. Owen was founder of Foor's Heating and Cooling in Rockford. He enjoyed automobiles and this continued throughout his life. He would find a "clunker;" and after finding parts, he used his skill as a Master Welder, and with hard work, he had a prized car which he would sell. Besides being a Master Welder, he was also a Master Plumber. Owen was a former deacon at Alpine Immanuel Baptist Church and Belmont Baptist Church, and served on the Building Committee for the new church in Belmont. He made time for fishing and hunting and looked forward to the special times when he and Mom would take their grandchildren to Traverse City and Mackinaw City. Owen loved flea markets and antiques. He was always active, and "He knew how to pinch a penny and make Lincoln give change." Owen is survived by his children, Douglas Foor of Loxahatchee, FL and his fiancée, Roseanne; Machale "Shelly" and Robert Wolford of Rockford, Michael and Tammy Foor of Grand Rapids. Grandchildren, Lindsay (Gordon) Hancock, Jason McConnell, Jennifer (Dan) Carlson, Justin Wolford, Jessica Wolford, Emily Foor, Travis Foor, Abbigail Foor; five great-grandchildren; brother and sisters, Marge and Lee Robertson, Lewis "Buck" Werkema, Jack and Peggy Werkema, Gerald "Jerry" Foor; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Foor on November 7, 1996. The service for Mr. Foor will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Pederson Funeral Home with Pastor Bruce Wilson officiating. Military honors will be under the auspices of the Kent County Veterans Honor Guard with interment in Plainfield Twp. Cemetery. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider Friends of Michigan Veterans Homes, Inc., PO Box 150251, Grand Rapids, MI 49515. Relatives and friends may meet with the family at the funeral home on Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. The Pederson Funeral Home, Rockford www.pedersonfuneralhome.com

Published in Grand Rapids Press on June 20, 2010

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Rebecca J. FOOR

[24508]

31 Jan 1964 - ____

Father: Cecil Charles FOOR
Mother: Virginia Veronica "Ginny" COLBURN

Family 1 : Paul CROCKER

 _Cecil Charles FOOR ________________+
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|--Rebecca J. FOOR 
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|_Virginia Veronica "Ginny" COLBURN _

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[24508] NAME: Listed as one of three surviving daughters -- Rebecca J. Foor of Charlestown, Catherine M. Foor of North Kingstown, and rosemarie A. Foor of Providence, in mother's Nov. 2004 obituary in the Providence Journal, Providence, RI.

USSEARCH.COM shows a Rebecca J. Foor age 40 in 2004 of RI.

Adopted.

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Timothy David FOOR

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14 Jul 1964 - ____

Father: Benjamin Charles FOOR
Mother: Shirley SNOW

Family 1 : Beverly Ann WRIGHT
Family 2 : Theresa Marie FIELD

 _Benjamin Charles FOOR _+
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|--Timothy David FOOR 
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|_Shirley SNOW __________

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[24312] NAME/DOM: From FL public records; Manatee Co. Names shown as Timothy David Foor and Beverly Ann Sanders, maiden name WRIGHT. 2nd marriage for both. His last marriage ended in divorce Dec. 1984.

NAME/DOM: From FL public records; Manatee Co. Names shown as Timothy David Foor and Theresa Marie Field.

Divorced from Theresa Maria about Dec. 1984, Manatee Co., FL.

PARENTAGE: Not confirmed. A Timothy Daivd Foor is listed as an heir upon death of life tenants by Shirley Foor, single, and Rose Ann Phillips, single, of same address in Bradenton, Manatee Co., FL.

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William Allen FOOR

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18 Jan 1861 - 20 Mar 1938

Father: Sylvester FOOR
Mother: Sarah TRINE

Family 1 : Margaret "Maggie" Thornton DUVAL
  1. +Lillian D. FOOR
  2.  Mary Belle FOOR

 _Sylvester FOOR _+
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|--William Allen FOOR 
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|_Sarah TRINE ____+

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[9662] NAME/DOB/DOD/POD: From info sent to John D. FOOR by Union Grove Cemetery.
POB: "THE TIMES", Canal Winchester, Ohio, weekly - May 6, 1927, front page article.

POD: Name listed as William A. Foor, Cert. 15580. "Ohio Death Certificate Index", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.

CENSUS: 1870 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 63/64
FOOR, Sylvester, 37y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah 30y keeping house b OH
", Mary J. 10y attending school b OH
", William, 9y attending school b OH
", Frank E. 7y attending school b OH
", Emma E. 5y attending school b OH
", Charles E. 4y b OH
", Daniel R. 2y b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co.,, OH - p 293C
FOOR, Sylvers, 42y laborer b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah, 42y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", William, 19y son, builder of hedge fence, b OH
", Frank E., 18y son, laborer b OH
", Emma, 15y dau at home b OH
", Charles, 14y son at home b OH, attended school
", Daniel, 12y son at home b OH, attended school
", Chester, 9y son b OH, attended school
", Dortha, 7y dau b OH, attended school
", Gertrude, 6y dau b OH, attended school
", Edward, 2y son b OH
", Burleigh, 3/12 son born in March, b OH
HIXON, [image faced], 39y boarder, seamstress b OH, fa b England, m b OH

1895 - Soldier Boys. Their Commander-in-Chief Speaks at the Camp Fire Last Night. Governor Matthews and His Staff Are Entertained at the Wayne Hotel. The old sildiers were in their element last night, and the camp fire at the Princess rink was one of the most entertaining events of the centennial.... The governor arrived at 10:20 last night over the Lake Erie & Western road, with the following members of his staff: ... Col. William Foor of Indianapolis, commissary general... [Fort Wayne Gazette, Fort Wayne, IN., Oct. 18, 1895]

1898 - The Prominent Knights - Who Will Attend the Grand Gathering at Indianapolis the Coming Month. Indianapolis. In a measure, the attendance of the members of the staff of the major general serves as a means of estimating the attendance of others at the biennial encampments of the Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias. Many Colonels were listed, including Colonel William Foor of Indianapolis. [Fort Wayne News, Ft. Wayne, IN., July 30, 1898]

CENSUS: 1900 Indianapolis, Center Twp., Marion Co., IN, sheet 5B; [Lucken]ial
Hotel.
FOOR, Wm. A., b Jan 1861, 39y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, mar 12y, hotel mgmt?
", Maggie T., wife b May 1868, 32y b KY, parents b KY, had 2 ch 2 living
", Lily D., dau b Aug 1887, 12y b KY, at school
", Mary B., dau b Apr 1891, 9y b KY
SHORT?, Alice, boarder b May 1865, 35y single b IN, parents b unknown, school
teacher

1903 - To Form Polo League - Indianapolis - D. S. Eckart, of Ft. Wayne; J. R. Page, of Marion; W. F. Stinson, of Alexandria; C. A. Urban, of Danville, IL.; J. G. Powell, and H. E. Wilson, of Logansport and O. E. Bronson, of Terre Haute, met here this afternoon with William Foor, proprietor of the Imperial hotel of this city, to form a new polo association. Foor will have the Lafayette franchise in the new league. The promoters are enthusiastic over the prospects. Will attempt to get crack eastern players and have started negotiations with several old western league men. [Ft. Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Ft. Wayne, IN., May 6, 1903]


1909 - Foor to Leave Macon - Macon, Ga., C. C. Foor is soon to leave his
place with the Duval hotel at Jacksonville, and will move to Macon where he
will take the management of the Lanier hotel. His brother, William Foor, who
has been in charge of the Lanier since Ethridge, Foor & Co. secured it, will
take the place made vacant in Jacksonville. N. J. Ethridge, who has been in
Jacksonville, will return to Macon. [Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, GA., Feb.
24, 1909]

1910 - W. H. Morrison, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Morrison, Jr. and
little son will leave Friday for Jacksonville, Fl., to visit Mrs. Morrison's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foor formerly of this city. They will extend their
trip through Florida before returning home in a few weeks. [Indianapolis
Star, Indianapolis, IN., Jan. 26, 1910]

CENSUS: 1910 Jacksonville city, Duval Co., FL; ED 79 SH 13A
FOOR, William, head, 49y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, married, hotel proprietor, mar. 24y?, [see no wife listed as a lodger or resident of the hotel]

CENSUS: 1910 Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL; ED 79 SH 14B
FOOR, William H., head, no age listed, b NY, fa b NY, ma b Mass. Occupation: "hotel"
", Margaret, wife 41y b KY, parents b KY, married first at age 23, married once.
Listed are many boarders, then...
FOOR, May-Belle, daughter, 19y single b KY, parents b KY

NOTE that he's listed in the second listing with no age, and the place of birth of himself and parents is in error. Perhaps a hotel worker gave the info?

1912 - Little Items of Georgia Cities - Hotel Patterson to Open. Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta's new hotel, the Hotel Patterson, will be thrown open to the public on the 15th instant. The furnishings which are of the best class, are being installed rapidly and the finishing touches to the building are being pushed. Manager William Foor of Jacksonville, who has leased the property for a number of years, will devote much of his personal time to the hotel and is determined to have it open by the 15th of the month, even if some minor details are not completely finished by then. The house is one of the neatest and most comfortably appointed hotels in the state. It's kitchen and dining room equipment is of the most modern character and so far as quality goes is not excelled. The building is of pressed brick, four stories with basement, but the owners propose to add two more stories during the latter part of the year or early next spring. Mr. Foor has already signed a contract for the lease of the additional floors. [Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, GA., July 12, 1912]

1913 - William Foor Leases New Waycross Hotel. Wacross, GA - William Foor, manager of a string of hotels in Georgia and Florida today leased the new Phoenix hotel for ten years. The hotel was formally opened today although it is only half completed. [Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, GA., May 21, 1913]


LOCATION: 1920 - Greensboro, NC. His mother's 1920 obituary lists him as a survivor and being of Greensboro, NC.

CENSUS: 1920 Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL ED #51, 5th precinct, Sh 33B
FOOR, William, lodger, 59y single b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, hotel [can't read rest of occupation, though it starts with "hotel", like "hotel door? serv?"
NOTE for 1920 census: Is this the right William? He's listed as single. Appears to be residing in rather large hotel.

CENSUS: 1930 Washington, Washington Co., PA, ED 63-115, SH 14A
FOOR, William, head, 69y, married, mar. at 25y b PA, fa b OH, ma b PA, hotel president
SEAMAN, Flossie, secretary, 35y single b IL, parents b IL, hotel secretary
SMITHSON, John R., employee, 24y single b PA, fa b England, ma b Wales, hotel room clerk


WILLIAM FOOR - The Waggener House is run under the firm name of Duval & Foor, the junior partner being William Foor, who is the son of Sylvester and Sarah (Trine) Foor. His father, a butcher and grocer of Canal Winchester, O., was born in Ohio; his mother is a Pennsylvania Dutchwoman. All his grandparents are alive and in vigorous health, one couple having been married 62 years, and the other 63 years. Our subject well remembers their golden weddings. Mr. Foor was born in Columbus, Ohio, January 18, 1861, but received his education at Canal Winchester, O., where his father removed shortly after his birth; his education consisted of winter terms of school that he was enabled to attend, while he was employed in the summer season with the Dayton Hedge Fence Co., in whose employ he served for nine consecutive years. During this time he visited nineteen different states and finally in the winter of 1882 came to Union County; for some time he worked with the Dayton Hedge Fence Co., but when that company was succeeded in Kentucky by the Kentucky Hedge Fence Co., Mr. Foor entered partnership above mentioned in 1885. He is a young man of fine business talent and a good acquisition to the population of Morganfield. [History of Union County, Kentucky, Evansville, Ind.. Courier Co.. 1886. pp 827-828.]

OBIT: William A. Foor, Canal Winchester, Sunday. Wife, Margaret; two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Morrison, Miss Mary B. Foor; three brothers, Chester, E. A. and Hearl Foor. Masonic funeral service 10 a.m. Tuesday, J. E. Grimes Funeral home, Canal Winchester. Interment Union Grove cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, March 21, 1938, p 2A]

"CANAL WINCHESTER MAN DIES", THE TIMES, Canal Winchester, Ohio, weekly, 24 Mar 1938.

William A. Foor 76, died Sunday, March 20, following a few weeks illness.
He is the son of the late Sylvester and Sarah Trine Foor and was born in Canal Winchester spending his boyhood days and has been living at the Freeman Hotel for the past few years.
Mr. Foor owned and operated a chain of hotels in various cities in the United States, and was well known by many people. He was a member of the Masonic fraternity.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Foor, of Indianapolis; two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Morrison, of Indianapolis, and Miss Mary B. Foor of Boston, Massachusetts; three brothers, Chester E. of Columbus; Edward A. of Middlesboro, Kentucky, and Hearl Foor, Canal Winchester.
Mr. Foor was one of a family of nine children, four sisters and two brothers have preceded him in death, one sister, Mrs. Dorothy C. Badger died just twelve hours preceding Mr. Foor.
Masonic funeral services were held in the J.E. Grimes funeral home, Canal Winchester, Tuesday at 10 AM. Rev. M.J. Eckert officiating. Burial in Union grove Cemetery by J.E. Grimes." These are some of the people who attended the funeral. Edwin Schultz and Nancy Ann of Greencastle, Mr. David Hedges of Columbus, Miss Bertha Leyndecker of Lithopolis; Misses Lucy and Mary Lindsey and Mrs. John Lindsey.
The following relatives from a distance were here to attend the funeral of Col. William Allen Foor, March 22: Mr. And Mrs. William Morrison, of Indianapolis, the latter - Lillian- the elder daughter of the deceased; Miss Mary B. Foor, the younger daughter of Brookline, Mass.; Mr. And Mrs. E. R. Foor, of the Cumberland Hotel, Middlesboro, Ky., and Francis E. Foor, of Chicago. Mr. Foor received his title of Colonel while serving on the staff of the Governor of Indiana, many years ago. He was a prominent hedge fence promoter, and in that way became a businessman in the Capital City of Indiana. He was very active, and built up a large trade, finally going into the hotel business. During or soon after the World War (I) he was managing many hotels, in the Central, Eastern and Southern states, the half-tones of 12 being shown in this paper when business was at its height. The depression following ruined him financially. While in Indianapolis he became a Mason, the E.P. degree being conferred on him January 18, 1893, just 45 years before his death by Mystic Tie Lodge No. 398. He received the M.M. degree on March 20, 1893. He was also a member of Keystone Chapter No. 2, R.A.M., a member of the Commandery, was a 32 degree member, Scottish Rite, and of Murat Temple of the Mystic Shryne. He was very proud of his Masonic connections. His son-in-law, William Morrison, will become Grand Master of the state of Indiana in May. At the request of Brother Morrison Potter Lodge No. 540, with Brother J.E. Cathers as Master conducted the Masonic funeral rites. Brother Morrison complimented the lodge on the impressive manner in which the service was rendered.

May 6, 1927 Front page News Story about William A. Foor, 'THE TIMES', Canal Winchester, Ohio.

GREAT SUCCESS ACHIEVED BY CANAL WINCHESTER BOY

Colonel William Foor One of the Foremost Hotel Men. Manager of Twelve Large Hotels in the East and South.

"Faith and Initiative, rightly combined, remove mountainous barriers and achieve the unheard of an Miraculous". Henry Chester.
There could be no better introduction to Colonel William Foor and his colorful career than these few words quoted above. For in his unswerving faith and boundless initiative is the secret of his rise from a humble birthplace near Canal Winchester to his present countrywide leadership in his chosen profession.
A native of Canal Winchester, where he spent his boyhood, the Colonel has done the most of any of our citizens to carry its name to the four corners of the United States.
Today, as president of the Foor and Robinson Company, he is the owner and supervising director of 10 of the leading hotels of the country conservatively valued at more than $15,000.000. A few days ago came the climax of his career, when he accepted the managing directorship of the new $4,000,000 Leverich Towers Hotel, located in the exclusive Brooklyn Heights section of New York City.
It is difficult to conceive this smiling, unpretentious Colonel "Bill" as the friend and daily associate of leaders in all walks of life, or as the intimate of famous and noted personages of the day. To know him now is to realize that he is the same friendly, unassuming Colonel "Bill" of twenty years ago. Fame and fortune have brought no changes in his gracious manners, or a speck of coldness in the jovial twinkle of his eyes.
Interwoven in his fascinating life story is an inherent pride in his "home spun" birth-rights and a love for "the old home town" that brings him back, three or four times yearly, from far points of the world, to the cherished friends and scenes in Franklin and Fairfield counties. Quietly he returns and one does not know of his presence until greeted with a cheery "hello, there", and turns to feel the warm handclasp of the ruddy-cheeked Colonel "Bill". Or one may be strolling by the home of his sister, Mrs. Dan Alspaugh, located at Trine and Waterloo Streets, and perchance see him wielding a vigorous hoe on the intruding weeds in the garden.
The next day he is likely to be many miles away, planning the final details in the purchase of a new million-dollar hotel.
So in the final explanation of Colonel Foor's amazing success, a third decisive factor should be added to his faith and initiative. That is, a "real wool, yard wide, regard for his fellow men, evidenced in his continued affection for the humble friends and scenes of his early days. It was this same homely spirit and attitude, if you will remember, that amplified the greatness of the martyred Abraham Lincoln, the Great Commoner.
In reciting the history of Colonel William Foor, it is better to first turn the pages back to the dusty past of a half-century ago.
A lad, whose mere five feet in height belied his fifteen years, stood on the wind-swept platform of Canal Winchester's lone railroad station in the dusk of a wintry evening in 1877. The last local Hocking Valley train of the day had just departed, and the sole employee designated variously as ticket agent, station master, information bureau and occasional porter, extinguished the lone flickering of light, slammed the door, locked it, and started homeward. He glanced at the boy; a dim figure completely engulfed in a shoe length overcoat, an inheritance apparently designed for a much huskier build.
No one else was in sight. For it was bitter cold and warm fires and the smell of appetizing food had drawn the other inhabitants to their family circles.
But the day's work was not done for the little chap there on the platform. He stood, calmly surveying a packing crate that towered on a level with his man-sized coonskin hat. Then he turned for a moment estimating the distance to the one-horse dray, backed against the platform. The shaking and creaking of the crate that followed indicated his optimistic anticipation of loading it on the dray.
Fact was he knew it must be loaded. Not only that, but after a drive down the dark road, must again be unloaded at its destination. There would be a reward of 25 cents to be slipped into his hand, not to be spent on candy or trifles but to be carried home to help buy the daily needs.
"That's a purty big load you have there, Billy," said the stationmaster, as he passed. The boy did not cease his struggles but answered, laconically, "Yup. But I think I can make it."
Once more we bring you to the present year of 1927. Fifty years have elapsed and the scene shifts to New York City. The self-same lad, now a grown man, is seated in conference with a group of millionaire financiers. He is the owner and director of ten magnificent hotels in various centers of the country, a millionaire in his own right, and known from coast to coast.
He has just been offered the managing directorship of one of New York City's finest hotels, a structure designed to be outstanding in this center of the world's most costly and famed hostelries. A personal representative of the group before him, operators of the new hotel, has traveled 400 miles into the far South to bring him to New York. The group plainly shows elation when he accepts their offer.
The lad of that distant day in 1877 was little Billy Foor, of Canal Winchester. The grown man is Colonel William Foor, and proudly, if you please, stills of Canal Winchester. In the years between is the story of how he "made it".
Colonel Foor was born on the 18th day of January 1861, in Fairfield County, about one mile from Canal Winchester on the old Moore estate that faces the Lancaster Pike. A grandfather, Daniel Foor had been one of the early settlers.
His father was born here and spent his life in this area, first on the farm and later as a resident of Canal Winchester. His Mother, Sarah Foor, remembered by many older residents through her long years in Canal Winchester, was known far and wide as "Aunt Sarah" because of her friendly and kindly personality. Both were buried upon later death, side by side, in the family plot in the Canal Winchester Cemetery.

The oldest of eleven children, it early devolved upon Colonel Foor to assist in the manifold duties of the farm. In the good times of rare frequency, when he could be spared, he trudged a mile-long journey through the muddy fields to the closest little red schoolhouse, where he learned the rudiments of the "three R's-Reading, Riting, and Rithmetic." His education continued a few weeks of each year for three years, and then was stopped as the demands of the farm called for all of his time.
But for many years after he remembered Mandy Schoch, his teacher and when she later removed to Canal Winchester as the wife of George F. Bareis, the lumberman, he often called to renew old friendships. Her father was for many years the proprietor of the Schoch Hotel that stood by the canal toe-path and was a favorite stopping place during those days.
When Colonel Foor was fifteen years of age, the family moved to Canal Winchester and took up their residence in an old frame house that stood on the corner of Trine and Waterloo Streets. Since that time, the Alspaugh's have replaced the old home with a modern new structure. Another sister, Mrs. Mary Boyd, wife of Reuben Boyd, lives nearby on Trine Street.
It was at the age of 15 that Colonel Foor first started his career as an active, if under-sized, drayman. This was but one of his many duties with which he busied himself to add funds to the family coffers. The majority of his working days were confined to shelling corn at 40 cents a day at O.P. Chaney's granary, with part-time handy work put in at Game Brothers, at that time the largest general notion store in Canal Winchester, which later was burned to the ground.
With these manifold tasks he busied himself until he was 25 years of age when he felt the urge to seed his fortunes in the outside world. So after much family council, he bade his folks and friends goodbye and departed for Dayton, Ohio, accompanied by six other Winchester boys, to go into the hedge and wire fence business. It is interesting to note that even at this pioneer period in his career, his leadership characteristics were noted as he was immediately named foreman in charge of his half-dozen town mates. Months of traveling over the farmlands of Ohio and neighboring states followed, and the young recruits under the guidance of their leader installed, built and located endless miles of new fences.
A happy choice of work it was for young Foor as it led him into Morganfield, Ky., and to a certain hotel, where he met Miss Margaret Duval, daughter of the proprietor. A romance began at once, and their marriage followed shortly afterward.
With the money he had thriftily saved from his small earnings, he joined in partnership with his father-in-law as his initial adventure in hotel ownership. They first procured ownership of the Parson's House of Morganfield, and soon after, under the industrious management of the young man, secured sufficient funds to purchase controlling interest in the Walker House of the same town, thereby controlling the only hotels in this community.

It was not an auspicious start. At that time Morganfield was no more than a sprawling village of about 1,000 people, hidden away more than 40 miles from a town of superior size, Evansville, Indiana. Hotels of those days were equally primitive as the homes. Guests arrived in stagecoaches that traveled on scheduled time only if the cement-like clay of the Kentucky roads became lenient enough to let them through. Upon their arrival they were escorted by a dusky man-of-all-work up gloomy stairs, with no elevators to ease the way, into a bare room, that was never to know the warming heat of steam radiators. A straw mattress invited little sleep, while candles and coal oil lamps provided what meager light there was to be had.
With running water still a thing of the distant future and bathrooms unknown, toilet installments were available only from the porcelain pitcher, which was filled once a day with fresh water. At meal times, the guest joined other temporary members of the hotel family at one long table, where the call to "pitch in" was the signal for a mutual helping and passing of the viands that were heaped democratically in the center of the table. The one bright note in this drab picture, however, is that guests received one night's lodging and three meals for the price of one dollar.
For four years Colonel Foor went through the arduous training that was to prepare him for promotion, acting as manager, clerk, bellboy, steward and in sundry other capacities called for. At the end of this time, he made his next forward step by taking over the Barret House in Henderson, Ky., a town of 5,000, forming a partnership known as Hughes & Foor. Two years later he transferred his activities to Owensboro, KY, a town of 15,000 population, where he took over the Rudd House and the old Planter House.
So successful was his management of these two hotels, that in 1890, while still in his late twenties, he first ventured into metropolitan hotel circles. Journeying to Indianapolis, he became owner of the old Grand Hotel, located near the Union Depot. Here he began building up an enviable trade among the traveling public, and soon made his house a rendezvous for traveling salesmen from all parts of the country. Prosperity followed and his reputation as a hotel manager became so outstanding that he was named as Commissary General on the staff of Governor Mathews, with the title of Colonel, which post he retained for four years.
A success while still a young man, the future looked dazzling bright for Colonel Foor. Then one of those unfortunate business depressions swept the country, and hundreds of salesmen were called in from the road. The Colonel suddenly found a prosperous business reversing to huge daily losses.
He kept up the unequal struggle as long as his funds lasted and then was compelled to call it quits. Barely thirty years of age, when the average young man is just building for the future, Colonel Foor found himself penniless and with as little worldly goods as he had when a mere boy.
He retired from the hotel field and returned to the fence business. It is again interesting to note that the same firm that had originally hired him in his first venture from home welcomed him back.
The call of the hotel world was too strong, however, and a year later he accepted the managership of the famous new Southern Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. For two years he remained here and then returned to Indianapolis, first associating with the Charlemont Hotel, and then as proprietor of the old Imperial, which he retained until 1906.
In this year he moved to Macon, GA, as manager of the Lanier Hotel, under the part ownership of his brother, Chester C. Foor. A year later he leased the old Duval Hotel at Jacksonville, Florida, where he was located for eight years. Notwithstanding the similarity of the name, the hotel had not been owned by any relatives of Mr. Foor's wife.
In 1910, with the purchase of the Aragon Hotel, at Jacksonville, he acquired the first of his present extensive chain of hotels. Still holding this ownership, he remained for two years in Atlanta, GA, as manager of the Kimbal House, which he was compelled to resign in order to direct his own interests.
Six years later, in 1916, he bought the newly built Hotel Cleveland at Spartansburg, NC, which he opened in 1917. It was this hotel that was to bring him his greatest returns to date, and to spread his fame as a manager. When war was declared, Camp Wadsworth was established nearby and the regiments of the 27th Division, composed entirely of New York residents were encamped here. Among the officers and personnel of this famous division were the scions of many of the foremost society leaders of New York City.
Their families took up residences at the Hotel Cleveland and in the months that followed, Colonel Foor played host and became a personal friend to such traditionally noted families as the Goulds, the Vanderbilts and others. Generals, Governors, Cabinet members and other outstanding figures of the day made the Hotel Cleveland the common meeting place for their activities, and the fame of the hostelry and its proprietor spread to distant cities.
Being one of the first to realize the opportunities of the new South, that were yet to come, Colonel Foor soon acquired in rapid succession the controlling interest in the O. Henry, at Greensboro, NC; the Sheraton, at High Point, NC; The Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; The Francis Marion, Charleston, SC; The George W. Vanderbilt, Ashville, NC and the John Sevier, Johnson City, TN.
Shortly after he came north and acquired controlling interest in the George Washington, Washington, PA; The Cumberland, Bridgeton, NJ, and the Garfield Grant, Long Branch, NJ. His acceptance of the managership of the Leverich Towers Hotel in New York City, while still retaining his other interests, is his latest move to the top of his profession.
And now reviewing this absorbing career of our own Colonel William Foor, one thought recurs vividly. That is - if Colonel "Bill" were to lose, tomorrow, all of his prestige and wealth, he would find that he had just as many friends as ever. After all, we venture to impose that is the true test of any man, and the real success of Colonel "Bill".

NAME/POB: From the Edenfield Genealogical Society, Warner Robins, GA website at http://www.edenfield.org/ on 8/1998. Shows pob as Morganfield, KY.

Death certificate (image) William A. Foor, of Canal Winchester, died in Canal Winchester, Franklin co., Ohio, March 20, 1938 at 2:55 pm. Cause of death: "Emotional Shock caused by death of sister". Contributory cause was decompensating heart. Born in Canal Winchester, Ohio to Sylvester Foor born Canal Winchester and Sarah Trine, born unknown. Informant was Miss Jane A lspaugh of Canal Winchester. Buried Union Grove Cemetery, March 22, 1938.

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Terry Wayne FOORE

[12441]

5 Jun 1963 - ____

Father: Ralph FOORE Jr
Mother: Barbara Jean WALKER

Family 1 :
  1.  Brandon Scott FOORE
  2.  Julie Lynn FOORE
Family 2 : Regina M.
Family 3 : Brenda Denise
Family 4 : Tonya R. MAXELL

 _Ralph FOORE Jr_______+
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|--Terry Wayne FOORE 
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|_Barbara Jean WALKER _

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[12441] NAME: From himself via email Sept. 2000.
DOB/POB/Middle Name/Children: From himself via March 2001 email.

Wife's name may be Regina M. Foore, or Brenda Denise Foor, or Tonya R. Maxwell.

LOCATION: 2006 - listed as a surviving son, Terry (Regina) Foore of Akron in mother's October obit.

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Bernard Berryessa FORE

[22847]

23 Dec 1904 - 10 Oct 1990

Father: John FORE
Mother: Emily BERRYESSA


 _John FORE _______+
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|--Bernard Berryessa FORE 
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|_Emily BERRYESSA _

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[22847] CENSUS: 1910 Campbell Twp., Santa Clara Co., CA; ED 67 SH 2A
FORE, John, head, 34y b IN, fa b OH, ma b Germany, mar. 8y
", Emily, wife 34y b CA, parents b CA, both married just once, had 3 ch 1
living
",Bernard, son 5y b CA, fa b IN, ma b CA
", John D., son 2y b CA, fa b IN, ma b CA
[3 ch and 1 living? Where's the error?]

CENSUS: 1920 Franklin precinct, Santa Clara Co., CA; ED 144 SH 9B
FORE, John, head, 44y b IN, fa b OH, ma b Germany, farmer, fruit farm
", Emily, wife 44y b CA
", Bernard, son 15y b CA
", Douglas, son 12y b CA
[---?--], Sedilla, servant 42y single male b CA, farm laborer, fruit farm

DOB/DOD: Name listed as Bernard Berryessa Fore, full dates, mother's name listed as Berryessa. Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.

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Henry FORE

[23613]

ABT 1908 - AFT Apr 1930

Father: James Wiley FORE
Mother: Mary C. BRYSON


 _James Wiley FORE _+
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|--Henry FORE 
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|_Mary C. BRYSON ___

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[23613] CENSUS: 1920 Flatbranch Twp., Shelby Co., IL, ED 201, SH 3A
FORE, Wiley, head, rents home, 35y b MO, parents b IN, farmer
", Mary, wife 29y b IL, parents b IL
", Henry, son 12y b IL
", Birtie, dau 10y b IL
", Clyde, son 8y b IL
", Alma, dau 6y b IL
", Alva, son 1 8/12 b IL
BRYSON, Henry, father-in-law, 65y widow b IL, parents b IL
FORE, Jefferson, brother 31y single b MO, parents b IN, no occupation.
NOTE: In this census, all the children listed show their parents as both being born in IL, yet the 'father', Wiley, is shown being born in MO. Error in census?

CENSUS: 1930 Penn Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 18 SH 3A p 126
FORE, Wiley J., head, rents home, resides on a farm, 46y b MO, parents b MO, first married at age 23
", Mary C., wife 39y b IL, parents b IL, first married at age 16
", Henry, son 22y b IL
", Clyde A., son 18y b IL
", Alma L., dau 16y b IL
", James A., son 11y b IL
", Leo L., son 9y b IL
", Mary E., dau 7y b IL

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Ida E. FORE

[18144]

ABT 1862 - ____

Father: Andrew J. FORE
Mother: Catherine


 _Andrew J. FORE _
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|--Ida E. FORE 
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|_Catherine ______

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[18144] CENSUS: 1870 Todd Twp., Fulton Co., PA, visitation 75/79
FORE, Andrew [I.?] 52y farmer b PA
", Kate 42y keeping house b PA
", Laura 10y b PA
", Ida 8y b PA
", Andrew I. or J. 4y b PA
", James 2/12 born in May, b PA

CENSUS: 1880 Todd Twp., Fulton Co., PA, visitation 214/233, ED 210, p 25
FORE, Andrew J., 62y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Catherine 49y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Laura 21y dau b PA
", Ida E., 18y dau b PA
", Andrew J., 14y son works on farm b PA
NOGGLE, William 22y boarder, farm laborer b PA, parents b PA
BOWMAN, David 15y boarder, farm laborer b PA, parents b PA
LUTTE, Robbert, 64y uncle, married, retired farmer b PA, parents b PA

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Elmer FRIEND

[19213]

Dec 1887 - AFT Apr 1910

Father: Allen FRIEND
Mother: Mary Jane FISHPAUGH


 _Allen FRIEND ________+
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|--Elmer FRIEND 
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|_Mary Jane FISHPAUGH _

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[19213] CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 135
FRIEND, Allen, head, b Dec 1857, 42y widow b OH, parents b OH; farm labor
", Rosa, dau b Apr 1880 19y b OH, parents b OH;
", Edward, son b Jan 1883, 17y b OH; day labor
", John H., son b Nov 1888 14y b OH, at school
", Elmer, son b Dec 1887 13y b OH, at school
", Allen, son b Jul 1890 10y b OH
", Dora I. dau b Oct 1892, 8?y b OH
", Carlen/Earlen, son b Feb 1894 5y b OH,


CENSUS: 1910 Orange Twp., Delaware Co., OH; ED 49 Sh 8B
FRIEND, Allen, head, 52y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, widowed?
", Mary J. or I., 28y single b OH, parents b OH
", John, son 24y single b OH, farm laborer
", Elmer, son 22y single b OH, farm laborer
", Allen S., son 20y single b OH, farm laborer
", Dory I., dau 17y b OH
", Earl, son 15y b OH

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Jacob FUNK

[27802]

____ - ____

Father: Jason FUNK
Mother: Amanda Sue FOORE


 _Jason FUNK _______
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|--Jacob FUNK 
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|_Amanda Sue FOORE _+

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[27802] NAME: Listed as one of two surviving FUNK grandchidren - Jacob and Andy, in Margaret Sue Foore's Sept. 2006 obit.

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GIBBS

____ - ____

Family 1 : Nancy A.

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|-- GIBBS 
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Solomon GLICK

[4998]

24 Sep 1830 - 4 Nov 1906

Father: Solomon GLICK
Mother: Mary Polly SPANGLER

Family 1 : Mary Margaret BLESSING

 _Solomon GLICK _______+
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|--Solomon GLICK 
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|_Mary Polly SPANGLER _+

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[4998] DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German Reformed
Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915, Bloom
Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 19.
Sponsors: Heinrich and Saloma Kalb.

DOD: From online Spangler Database at http://www.txdirect.net/~spangler/, compiled by Fillmore Spangler, 16715 Worthington, San Antonio, TEXAS 78248-2214 [note: In 1880 census wife and children do not have husband/father listed with them]

An 1850 petition for partition states that Mary Glick, (widow of Solomon Glick Sr.), Enos, Delilah Glick (wife of Joseph Glick), Cynthia (wife of Peter Blessing), Solomon Jr., Mima and Monroe are all residing in Bartholomew Co., IN, "Pickaway County, Ohio, Partition Records Abstracts", Pickaway Co., Historical Soc., 1996, p 55.

CENSUS: 1850 Clay twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; visitation 500/506
GLICK, Mary 55y b Pa
", Solamen, 19y b OH
", Jemima? 16y b OH
", Mon-- 13y male b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Clay Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; visitation 867/870 p 135.
GLICK, Solomon, 27y carpenter b OH
", Mary M., 29y b [Va?]
", Geo. 8y b IN
", Luther, 5y b IN
", Marion 3y b IN

CENSUS: 1870 Hope, Bartholomew Co., IN, p 4
GLICK, Solomon, 39y b OH, wagon maker
", Mary M., 41y keeping house b MD
", George, 17y works at wagon making, b IN
", Luther, 15y at home b IN
", Mary E., 9y at home b IN
", Emiline 7y b IN
", Albert, 5y b IN
", Virginia, 2y b IN
CONNER, Melville, 20y blacksmith b IN

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Emma M. GRIFFITH

[26591]

ABT 1868 - AFT 10 Jul 1897

Father: John L. GRIFFITH
Mother: Samantha Jane CUSTER


 _John L. GRIFFITH _____
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|--Emma M. GRIFFITH 
|
|_Samantha Jane CUSTER _+

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[26591] "Samantha J. (Custer) Griffith, dau. of George B. & Sarah G. (Courtright)
Custer, b Jan. 21, 1838, m John Griffith, Sept. 18, 1856 & d. Feb. 17, 1869.
Ch: George Dallas Griffith; James Barton Griffith; Sallie (Griffith) Rose;
Mary Ellen Griffith; Samantha Jane (Griffith) Zaayer, & Emma May (Griffith)
Barnard". "Custer Genealogies", Milo Custer, Bloomington, Illinois, 1944, p
31.

CENSUS: 1870, Ringgold, Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, p 537
GRIFFITH, John L., 38y live stock dealer, $3250 real estate,
", George, 12y at school b OH
", James, 10y at school b OH
", Sarah 7y b OH
", Samantha 5y b OH
", Emma 2y b OH
STRUNK, Sarah, 90? 70? 20?y housekeeper b OH
LAIR, Sarah, 22y domestic servant b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 4 CUSTER, George B., 69y farmer b PA; fa b MD, ma b PA ", Elizabeth J., 55y wife keeping house b VA; parents b VA ", Pauline, 22y dau b OH GRIFFITH, Mattie J., 15y granddaughter at home b OH ", Emma M., 12y granddau at home b OH WELLWOOD, William 17?y, works on farm b OH; parents b OH NOTE: The next residence in 1880 is that of Albert and Mary (Custer) DeLong
"Miss Emma Griffith, neice of L. B. Custer, north of the city, went to Lithpolis, Ohio, this morning, to spend the summer with relatives there." [Logansport Reporter, Logansport, IN., July 10, 1897]

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Flossie HALL

[25263]

ABT 1902 - AFT Jan 1920

Father: John HALL
Mother: Laura


 _John HALL _+
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|--Flossie HALL 
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|_Laura _____

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[25263] CENSUS: 1910 Royalton Twp., Fulton Co., OH; SH 11B ED 14
HALL, John, head, 43y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 16y, farm laborer
", Laura, 34y wife b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, had 7 ch 7 living
", William, 13y b OH
", Myrtle, dau 11y b OH
", Flossie, dau 8y b OH
", Samuel, son 6y b OH
", Charles son 4y b OH
", Belma, dau 6/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Big Creek Twp., Oscoda Co., MI; ED 300 SH 2B
HALL, John W., head, 53y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Laura A., wife 43y b OH, fa b Switzerland, ma b OH
", William J., son 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Flossie, dau 18y b OH
", Charles R., son 14y b OH
", Belma M., dau 10y b OH
", James [W.?], son 7y b MI

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Jacob B. HARRISON

[3763]

16 Dec 1838 - 12 Feb 1901

Family 1 : Evaline FOOR

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[3763] NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: From Jan Suffren, Fairfax, VA - email 11/98.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Milford Christian Churchyard", Milford, Hunterdon Co., NJ, from the records of the Genealogical Society of NJ, transcribed by Bruce D. Sinclair and submitted online.

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George HARTMAN

[3919]

12 May 1811 - 24 Aug 1894

Family 1 : Barbara Ann FELLER
  1. +Susanna HARTMAN
  2. +Valentine HARTMAN
  3. +Eliza Jane HARTMAN
  4. +William HARTMAN
  5. +Mary Loraine HARTMAN
  6. +Catherine HARTMAN
  7. +Israel HARTMAN
  8.  Monroe HARTMAN

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|--George HARTMAN 
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[3919] NAME: Listed in son's baptism record.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Tonwship, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996 -- p 229.

CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1595
HARTMAN, George 37y farmer b PA
", Barbara 33y b OH
", Luran 12y b OH
", Valentine 10y b OH
", Eliza Jane 8y b OH
", William 5y b OH
", Mary 3y b OH
", Catherine 4/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 67/62
HARTMAN, George 48y farmer b PA
", Barbara 44y b OH
", Valentine 20y farming b OH
", Eliza 18y b OH
", Wm. 15y b OH
", Mary 13y b OH
", Catharine 10y b OH
", Israel 6y b OH
", Monroe 3y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 202/207
HARTMAN, George, 60y farmer b PA
", Barbara, 54y keeping house b OH
", Catherine, 19y helps mother b OH
", Israel, 18y works on farm b OH
", Monroe, 14y works on farm b OH
", Elizabeth, 7y attending school b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 9
HARTMAN, Geo., 69y farmer b PA, can't read or write, parents b PA
", Barbara, 64y wife keeping house b OH, can't write, parents b PA
", Israel, 25y son, laborer, single, b OH
", Monroe, 23y son, laborer, single, b OH
RUNKLE, Lizabeth, 19y granddau, domestic s., b OH; parents b OH


DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker's Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio, 1789-1850", CD #400

"Mrs. Klinger was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, February 25, 1850, and is a
farmer's daughter, her parents being George and Barbara (Fellers) Hartman.
Her father was a native of Pennsylvania and her mother of Fairfield County,
Ohio. The Hartman children were: Susanna, deceased, who married Samuel
Runkle; Valentine, who died in Ohio; Eliza, who married Manassa Glick and
died in Ohio; William, who spent his life in Ohio; Mary, who married Samuel
Runkle, her sister's husband, and is now living in Fairfield County, Ohio;
Mrs. Klinger; Israel, of Fairfield County; and Monroe, of Douglas, Kansas."
Transcribed from A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, written and
compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical
Society, Topeka. [Revised ed.] Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1919, c1918. 5
v. (xlviii, 2530 p., [155] leaves of plates): ill., maps (some fold.),
ports.; 27 cm.

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Charles M. HAUPT

[23193]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Addie HOUSEHOLDER

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|--Charles M. HAUPT 
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|__

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[23193] NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 35.

NOTE: A Charles McFarlane Haupt is listed in the WWI Draft Registration cards as being 22, living in Altoona on South Street, born Nov. 7, 1894 in altoona. Has a wife and one child. Medium build, grey eyes, dark hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. M1509, 20,243 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.

The Charles M. Houpt in Altoona's 1930 census is 32, but married to a Mary M., age 31, first married at 18.

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Ellen Ella Martha HEISTER

[6243]

13 Jun 1853 - 17 Apr 1936

Father: Daniel HEISTER
Mother: Josephine E. HOOD


 _Daniel HEISTER ____+
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|--Ellen Ella Martha HEISTER 
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|_Josephine E. HOOD _+

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[6243] NAME/Parentage: "History of Fairfield County and Representative Citizens", Charles C. Miller, 1912, p 764.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 232. Name shown as Ella M. Heister, years only.

CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 107/103
HEISTER, Daniel 33y farmer b OH
", Josephine 37y b OH
", George M., 8y b OH
", Martha E., 6y b OH
", Edward M., 2y b OH
HOOD, Minerva 19y servant b OH
HEISTER, Hannah 71y b PA

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH 121/125
Heister, Daniel 43 (all b OH), farmer
", Josephine 37y, keeping house
", George M. 18y, works on farm
", Martha E. 16y, helps mother
", Edard M. 12y, attending school
", Albert L. 9y, attending school
", Sarah D. 6y, attending school
", John W. 3y, at home

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 8
HEISTER, Daniel, 53y farmer b OH; fa b Wurtemberg, ma b PA
", Josaphine E., 47y wife keeping house b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Ellen N. or M., 25y dau at home b OH; parents b OH
", Edward M. or N. 22y son farmer b OH
", Albert L. 19y son, school teacher, b OH
", Ida S., 15y dau at home b OH
", John W., 12y son at home b OH
", Elmer E., 6y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 12A, enumerated
June 16th
HEISTER, Josephine b Aug? 1832, 68y married? 49y b OH, parents b OH, had 7 ch
6 living, farmer
", Ella M., dau b Jun 1854, 45y b OH
", John W., son b Dec 1869, 30y single b OH, farmer
", Elmer E., son b Jul 1873, 26y b OH, farmer

CENSUS: 1910 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 61 SH 11A
HEISTER, John, head, 40y single b OH, parents b OH; salesman, hardware store
", Ella, 55y sister, single, b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 15 SH 11A
HEISTER, John W., head, 52y b OH, parents b OH; hardware
", Aletha? A., wife 42y b OH
", Leland W., son 7y b OH
", Ella, sister 64y single b OH, parents b OH

LOCATION: 1920 - Mrs. Lloyd Thomas entertained with a lovely sox o'clock
dinner Friday evening at her home 125 Wilson Avenue. Her guests were Miss
Mildred Solt of Canal Winchester, Miss Ella Heister, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. George M. Heister. [Lancaster Daily Eagle,
Lancaster, Ohio, July 10, 1920].

CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; 1121 Columbus St.; ED 18 SH 2A
HEISTER, Stella A., head, owns home worth $5000, owns a radio set, 52y widow b OH, parents b OH
", Leland, son 17y b OH, parents b OH; salesman, clothing store
", Ella, sister-in-law, 74y single b OH, parents b OH

OBIT: Ella M. Heister died at 5 a.m. today in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. W. Heister, 1121 N. Columbus St. She had been ill for a long time. Surviving are a brother Edward M. Heister of near Royalton, a sister, Mrs. Ida Solt, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, several nieces and nephews. Body was removed to the F. E. Smith mortuary where friends may call after noon Saturday. Funeral services will be held there Sunday 2 p.m. and burial made in Lithopolis Cem. [Lancaster Daily-Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Apr. 17, 1936, p 2]

Death certificate image. Ella M. Heister, 1121 N. Columbus, Fairfield Co., Ohio, died April 17, 1936 aged 82y 10m 4d, single, born June 13, 1853 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Daniel Heister b OH and Josephine Hood b OH. Informant was Mr. J. W. Heister of Lancaster, Ohio. Buried Lithopolis April 19.

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Myrtle L. HINISH

[24723]

ABT 1876 - AFT Jun 1880

Father: Wilson HINISH
Mother: Sarah C. SHAFFER


 _Wilson HINISH ____
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|--Myrtle L. HINISH 
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|_Sarah C. SHAFFER _+

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[24723]
CENSUS: 1880 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 6B
HINISH, Wilson, 29y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Sarah, 21y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Myrtle L., 4y dau b PA
", William H., 2y son b PA
", Andy L., 11/12 born in July, son b PA

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Fannie HOLMES

[12093]

Jul 1864 - BEF 1 Jan 1920

Family 1 : Elmer Elsworth FOOR
  1. +Clarence Alvin FOOR
  2. +Ila M. FOOR

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[12093] CENSUS: 1900 Norvell Twp., Jackson Co., MI; visitation 42/43
FOOR, Elmer E., head, b Oct 1861 PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Fannie, wife b Jul 1864, 35y, mar 17y, had 2 ch 2 living, b NY, parents b
Ireland
", Clarence [B.?] son b Aug. 1885, 14y b MI, at school
", Ida M., dau b May 1896, 4y b MI

CENSUS: 1910 Norvell Twp., Jackson Co., MI; ED 33 SH 2A
FOOR, Elmer E., head, 48y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 27y, laborer, odd jobs
", Fannie, b NY, had 2 ch 2 living, 45y
", Ida M., dau, 13y b MI

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Fred HOLZAPFEL

[27019]

ABT 1859 - AFT Jun 1930

Family 1 : Samantha H. MARKWOOD

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[27019]
CENSUS: 1910 Franklin Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 10; SH 1A p 14
HOLZAPFEL, Fred, head, 51y b OH, parents b Germany, hardwood finisher, married 13y, married twice
", Samantha, wife 50y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, had 0 ch 0 living, married once.

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ward 10 ED 182 SH 6A
HOLZAPFLE, Frederick, head, 61y b OH, parents b Germany, furniture finisher
", Samantha, wife 59y b OH, fa b WV, ma b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ward 9 ED 82 SH 6B
HOLZAPFEL, Fred, head, rents home for $22.50, does not live on a farm, 71y b
OH, parents b Germany, cabinet finisher, first married at age 20
", Samantha, wife 70y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, first married at age 36

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Brittni Nicole HOOTS

[28357]

15 Feb 1985 - ____

Father: W. T. HOOTS
Mother: Cynthia Charlene FOOR

Family 1 :
  1.  James FINK

 _W. T. HOOTS ___________
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|--Brittni Nicole HOOTS 
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|_Cynthia Charlene FOOR _+

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[28357] NAME/AGE: From Brenda Pearson via May 2007 email.
Name listed as Brittni Nickole; parents as William Theodore Hoots and Cynthia Charlene Foor. Ancestry.com. North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Microfilm. North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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William HOSHOR

[9100]

31 Jul 1828 - 9 Jun 1858

Father: George HOSHOR
Mother: Mary LITZENBARGER


 _George HOSHOR _____+
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|--William HOSHOR 
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|_Mary LITZENBARGER _+

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[9100] NAME: Mentioned in HISTORY OF FAIRFIELD AND PERRY COUNTIES, OHIO, THEIR PAST AND PRESENT, Compiled BY A. A. Graham, W. H. BEERS & CO. 1883, p 314.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 37. "Son of George and Mary". DOB figured from age at death: 25/29y, 10m 9d.

CENSUS: 1850 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 154
HOSHOUR, George, 50y farmer b Ross Co., OH
", Mary, 50y b PA
", Eurias, 18y farmer b Fairfield co., OH
", William, 17y b same
", Mary Jane 14y b same
", Oliver, 12y b same
", John, 10y b same
MYERS, Jackson, 20y farmer b Fairfield Co., OH

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William HOUMEL

[4161]

31 Oct 1855 - 15 Dec 1926

Father: John Jacob HUMMELL
Mother: Christiana KINSTLER

Family 1 : Martha Luticia WALKER
  1. +Gertrude May HUMMELL
  2.  Elizabeth Lillian HUMMELL
  3. +Anna Christiana HUMMELL
  4.  William Franklin HOUMEL
  5.  Charles Edward HUMMELL
  6.  Durand Leroy HUMMELL
  7.  Carl Henry HOUMEL
  8. +Hazel Lutecia HUMMELL
  9.  John William HUMMELL

 _John Jacob HUMMELL __
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|--William HOUMEL 
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|_Christiana KINSTLER _

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[4161] DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 116. Name is spelled HOUMEL on
stone. Years only: 1855-1926.

NOTE: Although census records and other records show this name spelled as HUMMEL or HUMMELL, the latest data on him... i.e. his tombstone and one obit in particular, show the name spelled HOUMEL.

CENSUS: 1860 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH, p 36 or 71.
HUMMEL, Jacob, 36y day laborer b Wirtenberg
", Christiana 27y b Wirtenberg
", William, 5y b OH
", Mary 3y b OH
", Jacob 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 161/165
HUMMEL, Jacob, 45y farm laborer b Wurtemburg, not a citizen
", Christianna, 37y keeping house b Wurtemburg
", William, 14y farm laborer b OH
", Mary, 12y helps mother b OH
", Jacob, 11y attending school b OH
", Christian, 9y attending school b OH
", Louisa, 7y attending school b OH
", Charley, 5y at home b OH
", Katie, 2y at home b OH
", George, 1/12 at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 10
HUMMELL, John J., 56y farmer b Wurtemberg, parents b same
", Christiana, 48y wife keeping house b Wurtemberg, parents b same
", William, 24y son works by month b OH
", Jacob, 20y son works by month b OH
", Christian, 15y son at home b OH
", Lucy, 16y dau works by week b OH
", Charlie, 15y son at home b OH
", Katie, 12y dau at home b OH
", George, 10y son at home b OH


CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 11B, enumerated June 15th, visitation 294
HUMMEL, William b Oct 1856, 44y b OH, parents b Germany, mar 20y, day laborer
", Martha, wife b Oct 1859, 41y b OH, fa b England, ma b NY, had 9 ch, 8 living
", Gertrude, dau b Oct 1881, 19y b OH
", Elizabeth, dau b Aug 1883, 16y b OH, at school
", Christiana, dau b Feb 1886, 14y b OH, at school
", William T., son b May 1887, 13y b OH, at school
", Charles E., son b Oct 1888, 11y b OH, at school
", Henry C., son b Sep 1893, 6y b OH
", Hazel L., dau b Jun 1896, 4y b OH
", John W., son b Nov 1898, 2y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 223
HUMMELL, William, 55y b OH, mar 28y, parents b Germany, farmer
", Martha, 57y wife b OH, had 8 ch 7 living, fa b England, ma b NY
", Carl, 16y son b OH, farm laborer
", Hazel, 14y dau b OH
", John, 12y son b OH
", Clark, 8y nephew b OH

CENSUS 1920; Campground Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 142/142
HUMMELL, William 64 b OH; parents b Germany; farm laborer
", Martha L., wife, 59 b OH; father b England, Mother b NY

OBIT: Fairfield Man Dies in Buggy - Body Falls To Ground And Is Found By Passers-By. The very sudden death of William Hummell, 71 years of age, living two miles south of Rock Mill, occurred Wednesday at 2 p.m. while he was driving in a horse and buggy on the way to Royalton. He was stricken with apolplexy and fell from the vehicle. The horse had walked on but a short distance when met by passers-by who found Mr. Hummel and called Dr. Dunlap of Royalton, but life was extinct when he arrived. Coroner Wm. Eck was called, whose verdict was apoplexy. Deceased is survived by a wife and eight children, Mrs. Gertrude Foust, Mrs. Elizabeth Root, Mrs. Anna Crist, Mrs. Hazel Skidmore, John, Charles, Carl, and Frank Hummell, all of Fairfield County. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at one o'clock at the Wesley Chapel with Rev. M. V. R. Stump officiating. Burial will take place in Bloom twp. cemetery with Chester M. Thomen, funeral director in charge. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 16, 1926]

OBIT: Klan Funeral at Wesley Chapel. The funeral of William Hummel was held at 2 o'clock today from Wesley Chapel, with burial in the joining cemetery, in charge of Ku Klux Klan. A number of state officials of the order were present. Rev. Stump of Lancaster, assisted by Rev. Gilfillian of Royalton, officiated. The deceased for thirty years was stationary engineer at the Lancaster Camp ground and is well known over the county. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 18, 1926]

OBIT: With solemn reverence we pause for a brief period to pay respect to the memory and life of William Houmel [sic], who was born in Lancaster, Ohio, Oct. 31, 1855. Unexpected by his friends, yet not without a feeling that his life has been worth while he suddenly passed from the mortal body of clay to put on the rob of Eternity, Wednesday afternoon, December 15, 1926. In the year of 1880, Oct. 27, he was united in marriage to Martha Walker by the Rev. Wagner of the Lutheran Church, for the past forty-six years they have shared the joys and sorrows of life together. And the Heavenly Father, saw in His wisdom the parental care they might give to a family and blessed them with a family of nine children, eight of which have grown to full maturity of life and with the sorrowing wife are left to lament the loss of a father.

The chikldren are Gertrude May Foust, Elizabeth Lillian Root, Anna Ethel Crist, Hazel Lutecia Skidmore, William Franklin, Charles Edward, Carl Henry and John William. There are fifteen grandchildren and one great grandchild. Also Clark Van Buren Boumel, a nephew, whom they raised from infancy, and Mildred Johnson, who has been in the home the past four years. One son, Durand Leroy, died at the age of seven weeks.

Mr. Houmel was widely known through Fairfield county, and always loved by all who made an intimate acquaintance with him. For sixteen consecetive [sic] years he was employed by the Fairfield Co. Fair Board, and for 33 years was in the employment of the Lancaster Camp Ground Association. He was confirmed in St. Peters Lutheran Church of Lancaster, May 19, 1872, by the Rev. G. W. Mechling. He was never associated with any other organization than the church until late in life when he was united in fellowship with the Fairfield Co. Klan of which he remained a faithful member until he went to join the innumerable band of the spirit world.

He was proud of his family, always spoke high of his chhurch [sic] and never said anything but the very best in his membership of the Klan.

Besides a community of friends, a large family and wife, he also leaves to brothers, Jacob and George, and three sisters, Mary, Kate and Lucy.

Funeral services were conducted at Wesley Chapel M. E. Church by the Rev. M. V. B. Stump of the Sixth Ave. Methodist Episcopal Church, Lancaster, Ohio. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 21, 1926]

NAME/DOB/DOD: From Mary Hummell via Sept., 2000 email.


Death certificate image. William Hummel died Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Dec. 15, 1926 of apoplexy, aged 71y 1m 15d, "husband" Martha Hummel. Farmer. Born Oct. or Nov. 11, 1855 in Lancaster, Ohio, to Jacob Hummel b Germany and Christina Kinsley b Germany. Informant was William F. Hummel of Lancaster, Route 3. Buried Bloom Twp. Cem., Sat., 18.

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Mary Elisabeth HOY

[4609]

10 Mar 1879 - 28 Oct 1955

Father: John HOY
Mother: Anna Mary SMITH

Family 1 : Adam John Thurman LISLE
  1. +Viola M. LISLE
  2.  John Thurman LISLE Jr

 _John HOY ________+
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|--Mary Elisabeth HOY 
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|_Anna Mary SMITH _+

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[4609] NAME/Parentage/DOB/DOBap/POBap: "Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German
Reformed Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915,
Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 44.

DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio, records of births, familysearch.org, image. Mary E. Hoy born march 10, 1879 Bloom Twp. to John Hoy and Anna M. Smith of Bloom Twp.

DOD/POBurial/Spouse: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 264.

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH: p 9
HOY, John, 28y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Anna M., 25y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Henry S., 6y son at school b OH
", Mary E., 1 y dau b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Lithpolis, Fairfield Co., OH - visit 80
LISLE, Thurman 38 husband b OH, mar 13y, parents b OH, salesman, hardware
", Elizabeth 30 wife b OH, had 2 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Viola M. 10 dau b OH
", John T. son 2 b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus Street, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - taken January 1920.
LISLE, Thurman, 48 b OH; parents b OH - retail hardware merchant
", Mary E. wife 40 b OH; parents b OH
", John T. son 12 b OH

CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 23-6
LISLE, Elizabeth, head, 61y widow b OH, resides same home as she did in April 1935, 8th grade education, laborer, canning factory, worked 30 hours last week, worked 25 weeks in 1939, $100 income
HOY, Anna Mary, mother, 85y widow b OH, same home, 6th grade education

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Harold C. HUNTER

[20013]

ABT 1910 - ____

Father: Osea A. HUNTER
Mother: Dasie STEELE


 _Osea A. HUNTER _
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|--Harold C. HUNTER 
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|_Dasie STEELE ___

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[20013] CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7 SH 3B
HUNTER, Orea A., head, owns home, resides on farm, 51y b OH, parents b OH, married first at 24y, farm operator
", Dasie, wife, 50y b OH, parents b OH, married at 24y
", Russell D., son 25y b OH, farm laborer
", Howard L., son 24y b OH, farm laborer
", Harold C., son 20y b OH, farm laborer
", Clarence F., son 18y b OH
", Forrest E., dau 15y b OH (definitely says daughter)
", Alice L., dau 10y b OH

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William Justice JAQUES

[25063]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Hannah ALSPACH

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[25063] "On May 11, 1843, the seventh child, Hannah, was born to Henry B. and Rebecca. Hannah married William Justice Jaques whom I believe was raised near Granville, Ohio. They early moved to Iowa where Mr. Jaques operated a farm". Alspach, C.,. The Alspach family, 1738-1967 : Henry Alspach, 1773-1825, his forefathers, his sons and daughters, and their descendants. Akron, Ohio: C.F. Alspach, 1968, p 46-47.


CENSUS: 1880 Danville, Des Moines Co., IA; p 30B
JAQUES, William J., 37y laborer b OH, parents b OH
", Hannah, 37y wife keeping house b OH, fa b OH, ma b England

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Thomas JENNINGS

[17713]

ABT 1853 - AFT Jun 1860

Father: Peter Adam Edward JENNINGS
Mother: Mary FIRMAN


 _Peter Adam Edward JENNINGS _
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|--Thomas JENNINGS 
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|_Mary FIRMAN ________________

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[17713] CENSUS: 1860 Greencastle, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 181/173
JENNINGS, Edward 34y shoemaker b VA
", Mary 32y b KY
", Eliza J., 14y b OH
", Caroline 12y b OH
", Catharine A., 9y b OH
", Thos. 7y b OH
", Julia 5y b OH
", Alonzo 1y b OH
", Elizabeth 1y b OH

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Edward Joseph KAUFMAN

[16022]

ABT 1883 - AFT Jun 1930

Family 1 : Lillie Ethel WHALEY

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[16022] CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, ED 105 SH 2A p 177
KAUFMAN, Edward J., head, 37y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b Ny, accountant, stone
quarry
", Lillie, wife 35y b OH, parents b OH
", Mary, dau 9y b OH
", Martha, dau 4 9/12 b OH
", Carolyn, dau 2 4/12 b OH
GALLOWAY, Myrtle, servant 24y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, East Main Street; ED 46 SH 1A p
173
KAUFFMAN, Edward J., head, rents home for $70/month, owns a radio set, does
not live on a farm, 47y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 28, accountant,
stone quarry
", Lillie E., wife 45y b OH, parent sb oH
", Mary E., dau 19y b OH
", Martha J., dau 15y b OH
", Carolyn R., dau 12y b OH

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Helen May KESSLER

[31481]

13 May 1911 - ____

Family 1 : William M. CORDRAY
  1.  Grace Ann CORDRAY
  2.  William Danny CORDRAY

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[31481] DOM/POM: Image of marriage certificate. William M. Cordray is 22 on the 3rd day of June, 1933, resides Groveport, Ohio, born Ashville, Ohio to Chas. Cordray and Addie Fisher, farmer, not previously married. Helen May Kessler is 22 on the 13 of May 1933, resides Groveport, born in Groveport, Franklin Co., Ohio to Daniel Kessler and Grace Donaldson, not previously married, teacher. Married June 4, 1933 by E. H. E. Winterhoff, Minister. Certificate #97884.

CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 23-6
CORDRAY, William, head, 28y b OH, high school 4y, resided rural Pickaway Co., Ohio in April 1935, worked 40 hours the previous week, laborer at power plant, worked 52 weeks in 1939, $1200 income. Rents home for $12
", Helen, wife 28y b OH, college 2y, resided rural Pickaway Co. April 1935
", Grace Ann, dau 5y b OH
", William Danny, son 2y b OH

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Clarence W. KIGER

[5677]

26 Jun 1883 - Oct 1969

Father: Jacob KIGER
Mother: Catherine MILLER

Family 1 : Alice Della KIGER

 _Jacob KIGER ______+
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|--Clarence W. KIGER 
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|_Catherine MILLER _

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[5677] DOD: SSDI which shows last known address as Lancaster, Ohio.

CENSUS: 1910 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 119/119, sheet 6B
KIGER, Clarence W., head, 26y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Della A., wife 31y married twice, mar. 6y, b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 1
living
", Dorthy G., dau 5y b OH, parents b OH
FOOR, Leah F., niece 10y b OH, parents b OH
NOTE: in 1910, visitation 120 is that of Leah's grandmother and widowed mother
and siblings.

CENSUS: 1920 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 5/5
KIGER, Clarence, head, 36y b OH, parents b OH, farmer (same Clarence?)
", Ella, wife 41y b OH, parents b OH
", Dorothy, dau 15y b OH

POBurial: "Cemeteries of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1992, p 26. Name listed as Clarence W. Kiger, 1883-1969.

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KINSELL

[10115]

1906 - 1906

Father: Harvey Edward KINSELL
Mother: Clara Grace SNYDER


 _Harvey Edward KINSELL _
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|-- KINSELL 
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|_Clara Grace SNYDER ____+

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[10115] DOB/DOD/POBurial/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 252.

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Mary J. KISTLER

[16246]

15 May 1893 - 9 Jan 1981

Father: Alpheus "Alfred" Elijah KISTLER
Mother: Florence M. LAMB

Family 1 : DAVIS

 _Alpheus "Alfred" Elijah KISTLER _+
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|--Mary J. KISTLER 
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|_Florence M. LAMB ________________+

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[16246] CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13B
KISTLER, Alf, head, b Dec 1872, 27y b IL, fa b OH, ma b IL, farmer
", Florence, wife b Dec 1875, 24y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 3 living
", Mary J., dau b May 1893 7y b OH
", Jesse A., dau b Nov 1896 3y b OH
", Anna P., dau b Mar? 1899 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ed 52, visitation 115, miracode index only
KISTLER, Alf E. 36y b IL
", Florence M., wife 34y b OH
", Mary J., dau 16y dau b OH
", Jessie A., 13y dau b OH
", Anna P., 11y dau b OH
", John H., son 8y b OH
", Elijah N. 5y son b OH
", Harvey R., 3y son b OH
", Albert E., (no date on this index) b OH

1924 - Writ of Partition. In a writ of partition in the case of Myrtle B.
Chappius against Van T. Kistler and others. The land in question contains
189 acres in Bloom twp. The second tract of 7 acres and the third tract, 30
acres. Said lands was owned by Elijah Kistler and contains 142.44 acres.
Among the persons named herein and in the proportions. Van T. Kistler,
Minnie Benson, Alice J. George, Olive A. Bookman, Florence Kistler, Cora P.
Kistler, Effie King, Charles D. Kistler, Lillie E. Hunter and Myrtle B.
Chappius each one thirteenth the part. To Gertie Schmidt, Bert Kistler, each
one twenty sixth part. To Rollie Kistler, Gerald Kistler, Forrest Kistler,
Paul Kistler and Richard McCarty one sixty fifth part. To Mary Davis, Jessie
Gierhart, Anna Calvert, John Kistler, Elijah Kistler, Glenford Kistler, Harry
Kistler, Eugene Kistler and Edna Kistler, each one hundred and thirteenth
part. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, June 3, 1924]

1924 - listed as Mary Davis in grandfather Elijah's partition records.

1958 - listed as one of five surviving sisters in brother Elijah's July obit: Mrs. Mary Davis, Buckeye Lake, Mrs. Jesse Gierhart, Carroll, Mrs. Anna Calvert, Baltimore, Mrs. Florence Botts, Lancaster, and Mrs. Edna Warner, Newark.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Mary J. Davis, full dates. Buried beside brother Harvey Kistler. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 39.

DOD/POD: Name listed as Mary J. Davis, resided and died at home in Licking Co., Ohio on Jan. 9, 1981, at age 87, widowed. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Zebulon LEE

[22440]

15 Jun 1754 - 9 Aug 1848

Family 1 : Margaret COURTRIGHT
  1. +Richard M LEE

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[22440] DOB/DOD: info posted at ancestry.com January 2002 by Paulette Marta. She shows he was buried in "Lee Cemetery" but doesn't list what state or county.

POB/POD: info submitted to ancestry.com by Pauline Springer, Apr. 2003.

1816 Fairfield Co., Ohio tax lists shows Zebulon Lee owned 168 acres in range 20 township 15 section 33 SW; land originally owned by Samuel Lee. Philip Lamb owned land in range 20 township 14 (Bloom township) sect 11 NE that was originally owned by Samuel Lee. Jacob Bachar owned land in range 20 township 14 section 7 SE that was orginally owned by Samuel Lee as did Jacob Fisher (section 11 of Bloom township). Michael Trask owned land in Bloom township, section 3, that was originally owned by Sam'l and Zebulon Lee, and Michael Wyant/Wiant owned land in Bloom township, section 3 SE, that was originally owned by Samuel and Zebulon Lee.

CENSUS: 1820 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH
Zebulon Lee
one male under 10
one male 10-16
one male 16-28
three males 16-26
one male over 45
one female 10-16
one female 16-26
one female over 45

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Jacob LOFFER

[10871]

____ - ____

Father: Christian LOEFFER


 _Christian LOEFFER _
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[10871] NAME/PARENTAGE: "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 353.

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Emma J. LONG

[11651]

20 Apr 1862 - 22 Aug 1863

Father: George LONG
Mother: Julia Ann SMITH


 _George LONG _____+
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|--Emma J. LONG 
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|_Julia Ann SMITH _

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[11651] NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 385. "daughter of G. & J.A.", died at 1y 4m 2d. DOB figured from age at death.

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Mary Jennie Jane LONG

[6039]

31 Mar 1854 - 17 Jan 1912

Father: George LONG
Mother: Julia Ann SMITH

Family 1 : Edson BISHOP
  1. +Edith Lorena BISHOP
  2.  Julia Catherine BISHOP
  3.  Maggie Evelyn BISHOP

 _George LONG _____+
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|--Mary Jennie Jane LONG 
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|_Julia Ann SMITH _

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[6039] DOB/DOD/DOBurial: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 60. This churchbook lists her name as "M. Jennie Bishop", which confirms that her middle name was Jennie, as well as the marriage info found below:

DOM: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 58. Edson Bishop m "M. Jennie Long/Lang". Married by Pastor Beck.

POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 162. Year of birth and death shown only. Buried 1st addition, lot 19 1/2, grave 2. Name shown is "Jennie C."

NAME/PARENTAGE/POB: HISTORY OF COLUMBUS AND FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO, Vol. 1, William Alexander Taylor, Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909, p 322.

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 168/173
LONG, George, 50y farmer b OH
", Julia 47y keeping house b OH
", Peter S., 25y works on farm b OH
", Margaret 23y helps mother b OH
", William M. 21y works on farm b OH
", Lydia 19y helps mother b OH
", Mary J. 18y helps mother b OH
", Julia A. 14y attends school b OH
GEORGE?, Louring?, 19y farm hand b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 35/36
LONG, George 60y farmer b OH; fa b MD, ma b PA
", Juliann, 57y wife keeping house b OH, parents b Ireland
", Margaret E., 33y dau at house
", Mary J., 26y dau at house
", Juliann, 24y dau at house
LONG, Peter 35y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Mary, 26y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 5, SH 7A, enumerated June 11, 1900
BISHOP, Edson, b Sept 1853, 46y, mar 19y, b OH, fa b OH, ma b MD, farmer
", Jennie, wife b Mar 1854, 46y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch, 2 living
", Edith, dau b May 1883, 17y b OH, at school
", Maggie, dau b Nov 1890, 9y b OH, at school

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 116
BISHOP, Edson, 56y, mar 28y b OH, fa b OH, ma b MD, farmer
", Jennie M., wife, 56y, had 3 ch 2 living, b OH, parents b OH
", Edith, dau 26y, single, b OH, milliner
", Margaret, dau 19y single b OH

DOD/POD: Name listed as Jennie Bishop, died in Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.

Death certificate image. Jennie Bishop, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Jan. 17, 1912, aged 57y 9m 16d, married, born Mar 31, 1854 to Geo. Long b OH and Julia A. Smith b OH. Informant was Edson Bishop of Lithopolis. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Jan. 19.

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George LOVETT

ABT 1910 - ____

Family 1 : Ruth Evelyn FOOR

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Lester E. LUNT

[269]

14 Jun 1916 - 5 Mar 1971

Family 1 : Emma Mae STRAYER

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[269] INFO: Handwritten from Ellen Karmol. Clipping from paper about probate B-1038
final account of estate; Monroe Co MI

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Charles Franklin MCCARTY

[14347]

7 Aug 1870 - 21 Apr 1948

Family 1 : Effie WILLIAMS

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[14347] CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 4a, taken June 1900, South Street
MCCARTY, Charles, b Aug 1870, 29y b PA; parents b PA, married 1y, merchant
", Effie, wife b May 1876, 24y b OH, 0 ch, parents b OH
CARSON, Mary, servant, b Nov 1869? 32y? b OH; parents b OH; housekeeper

Death certificate image. Charles Franklin McCarty of Marengo, Morrow Co., Ohio died at Mercy Hosp., Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio after 15 days there. Resident of community for 27 years. Died April 21, 1948 aged 77y 8m 14d, widowed. Born Aug. 7, 1870 in [Slevere? Severe?] Hill, Washington Co., PA., to Andrew Jackson McCarty b PA and Matilda Wilson b PA. Retired merchant. Informant was D. I.? McCarty of Marengo, Ohio. Buried April 24 in Galena, Ohio.

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Nathan P. MCPHERSON

[6471]

25 Dec 1829 - 19 Apr 1917

Father: Daniel MCPHERSON
Mother: Elizabeth PLUMMER

Family 1 : Lydia C. ROLLER
  1.  Delilah MCPHERSON
  2. + MCPHERSON
  3.  Mary E. MCPHERSON
  4. +Louisa Ann MCPHERSON
  5.  Ross H. W. MCPHERSON
  6.  Catherine Samantha MCPHERSON
  7. +Effa Emma B. MCPHERSON

 _Daniel MCPHERSON __
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|--Nathan P. MCPHERSON 
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|_Elizabeth PLUMMER _+

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[6471] NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 43.

CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1639
McPHERSON, Elizabeth 44y f b PA
", Nathan 20y laborer b OH?
ALSPACH, Barhart 27y blacksmith b OH
", Nancy 23y b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Lockville,Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 189/181
McPHERSON, Nathan P. 30y day laborer b OH
", Lydia 23y b OH
", Delila [J.?] 3y b OH
", Mary E., 2y b OH
", Louiza M., 3/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 268/275
MCPHERSON, Nathan, 40y huckster b OH
", Liddia, 33y keeping house b OH
", Mary E., 12y attending school b OH
", Koss, 9y attending school b OH
", Samantha P., 7y attending school b OH
", Clara E., 2/12 at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 5
McPHERSON, Nathan P., 50y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Lydda C., 43y wife keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", MAry E., 22y dau works by week, b OH
", Ross H. W. 18y son works on farm b OH
", Catharine S., 17y dau at home b OH
", Emma B. C. 10y dau at home b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 14A, enumerated
June 20th
MCPHERSON, Nathan b Dec 1829, 70y b OH, parents b OH, mar 45y, farmer
", Lydia, wife b Apr 1837, 63y b OH, parents b PA, had 8 ch 4 living
DUNCAN, Maud, granddau b Mar/May 1886, 14y b OH, parents b OH, at school
(same dwelling...)
SOLIDAY, Henry, b Jul 1857, 43y b IL, parents b OH (no occ listed)
", Emma, wife b Apr 1870, 30y b OH
", Leroy, son b Jan 1892? 7y b OH
", Earl, son b Sept 1895, 4y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 52 vis 108
SOLIDAY, Henry B. 53 b IL, fa b OH, ma b unknown, farmer
", Emma B. 40 wife b OH, mar 19y, had 2 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Leroy M. son 18 b OH
", Earl W. son 14 b OH
McPHERSON, Nathan P. father-in-law 80 b OH, fa b unknown, ma b OH
", Lydia C. 73 mother-in-law b OH, parents b PA

DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236.

DOD/POD: "Ohio Death Certificate Index", Ohio Historical Society onlin. V 2238, Cert. 25332. "Nathan P. McPherson".

Death certificate image. Nathan P. McPherson, Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, died April 19, 1917 aged 87y 3m 24d, widowed, born Dec. 25, 1829 Belmont Co., Ohio, to Daniel McPherson b Belmont Co., Ohio and Elizabeth Plummer born Carroll, Ohio. Informant was Mrs. Henry Soliday of Carroll. Buried Betzer Cem., April 22.

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Michael Alan MEANS

[7912]

22 Jun 1961 - ____

Father: Ralph Leroy MEANS
Mother: Mae Isabelle FOOR

Family 1 : Tracy Raye FOOR
  1.  Alyssa Ann MEANS
  2.  Tanner Michael MEANS

 _Ralph Leroy MEANS _
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|--Michael Alan MEANS 
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|_Mae Isabelle FOOR _+

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[7912] NAME/DOB: From Charlene (FOOR) BRUENING via April 1999 email.

DOB shown at zabasearch.com is Sep 1960.

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Michael MULL

[29869]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Sarah Catherine FUNK

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[29869] Michael Mull m Catharine Ramboe, 05 Nov 1865. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.

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Raymond W. NAPIER

[18533]

ABT 1934 - 12 Apr 2008


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[18533] OBIT: Raymond W. Napier, age 74, April 12, 2008, at Mt. Carmel East. Survived by loving family. Graveside service and interment 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Betzer Cem., Carroll, OH., by Cook & Son - Pallay Funeral Home. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio.

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Amy Ruth NORRIS

____ - BEF 7 Apr 2000

Family 1 : Carl W. NORRIS
  1.  Martha L. NORRIS

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Sara Leanna NOTHSTINE

[4390]

7 Mar 1847 - 20 Dec 1929

Father: Peter NOTHSTINE
Mother: Susannah SLUSHER

Family 1 : John L. WOOD
  1.  Luda D. WOOD

 _Peter NOTHSTINE __+
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|_Susannah SLUSHER _+

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[4390] NAME/DOB/POBap/DOBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German
Reformed Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915,
Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 39. Sponsors: parents. Last name spelled "Nothstein". Parents listed as Peter & Susana.

CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 481/489
NOTHSTINE, Peter 30y farming b OH
", Susan 21y b OH
", John 8y b OH
", Jonathan 5y b OH
", Sarah 2y b OH
", Daniel 3/12 b OH
GLICK, Sarah 15y b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 754/763
NOTHSTINE, Peter 45y farmer b OH
", Susannah 37y b OH
", John O. 18y farm labor b OH
", Jonathan 13y b OH
", Sarah S. or L. 12y b OH
", William 10y b OH
", Catharine 8y b OH
GLICK, Sarah 26y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 40/40
NOTHSTINE, Joseph, 53y farmer b OH
", Johnathan 23y works on farm b OH
", Sarah L., 20y at home b OH
", Daniel 19y works on farm b OH
", Catherine 17y at home b OH
", Lucinda, 10y at home b OH
CLICK, Sarah, 36y housekeeper b OH
NOTE: The 1870 census's seem very odd. "Peter" Nothstine seems to be listed
as "Joseph", and a couple residences away, Joseph seems to be listed as
Peter. This Joseph Nothstine is listed with Peter's children, and vice
versa. The Joseph listed above seems to be Peter, to me, including having no
wife as she just died in 1869.

Death certificate image. Sarah Leanna Wood, Richmond, Union Co., Ohio, died Dec 20, 1929, cerebral hemorrhage, aged 8[smudge] years, 8m 13d, widow of John Wood. Born March 7, 1847 in Franklin Co., Ohio, to Peter Northstine b unknown and Susanna Slisser b unknown. Informant was Mrs. C. P. Baker of Richmond. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Dec. 23.

POBurial: Sarah L. Wood born March 7, 1848, died Dec. 20, 1929, buried 2nd addition, part 1, lot 82, grave 3. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 358.

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Elizabeth RICKETTS

[10711]

14 Feb 1820 - 3 Jul 1896

Father: Reason RICKETTS
Mother: Hannah MEASON OR MASON

Family 1 : Harrison SHEPHERD

 _Reason RICKETTS ________+
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|--Elizabeth RICKETTS 
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|_Hannah MEASON OR MASON _

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[10711] NAME/Parentage/DOB/SPOUSE: From information sent to me by Jean M. James, Olympia, WA, Jun 1999.

CENSUS: 1820 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH page 212 line 25.
Reason Ricketts
Males; three 0-10, one 10-16, two 16-18, two 16-26, one over 45. 7 females;
two 0-10, two 10-16, two 16-26, one over 45.

CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 155 line 27. Rezen Ricketts.
Males: two under 5, one 60-70. Females: two between 5-10, one 10-15, two
between 20-30, one between 40-50.

CENSUS: 1850 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; visitation 167/167
SHEPPARD, Harrison, 34y farmer b OH, $1000 real estate
", Elizabeth, 29y b OH
", Samul, 3y b IN
", Sylvanus, 2y b IN
", Sylvester, 4/12 b IN

CENSUS: 1860 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 24
SHEPHERD, Harrison, 45y farmer b OH, $2500 real estate, $250 personal estate
", Elisabeth, 40y b OH
", Sylvanus, 12y male b IN, attended school
", Sylvester, 9y b IN, attended school
", Arminda, 7y female b IN, attended school
", Allender, 5y female b IN
", Rosetta, 3y b IN
", Hannah, 1y b IN

CENSUS: 1870 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 2
SHEPPARD, Harrison, 45y farmer b OH, $8000 real estate, $800 personal estate
", Elisabeth, 50y keeping house b OH
", Sylvanus, 22y works on farm b IN
", Sylvester, 19y works on farm b IN, attended school
", Armienda, 17y female b IN, attended school
", Ellen, 15y at home b IN, attended school
", Rosetta, 13y at school b IN, attended school
", Hannah, 11y at school b IN, attended school
", Berthena, 8y at school b IN, attended school

CENSUS: 1880 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 26B
SHEPHERD, Elizabeth, 60y widow keeping house b OH, parents b PA
", Arminda, 26y dau, single, teacher b IN, parents b OH
", Rosetta, 20y dau at home b IN, single, parents b OH
", Bethena, 17y dau at home b IN
LIDDY, Emanuel, "(26)"y laborer b OH, single, parents b (left blank)

DOD/POBurial: Elizabeth Shephard, died July 3, 1896 aged 76y 4m 19d, buried Bethel Cemetery. [Wells County Public Library Cemetery Index, Wells Co., IN; data online].

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Scott N. RITCHEY

[26227]

Feb 1899 - ____

Father: Calvin W. RITCHEY
Mother: Mary Ann SMITH


 _Calvin W. RITCHEY _
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|_Mary Ann SMITH ____+

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[26227] CENSUS: 1900 Everett, Bedford Co.,PA ED 13 SH 14B
RTICHEY, Calvin W., head, b May 1869, 31y b PA, parents b PA, teamster, mar. 4y
", Mary A., wife b Aug 1871, 28y b PA, parents b PA, had 2 ch 2 living
", Earl S., son b Apr 1897 3y b PA
", Scott N., son b Feb 1899 1y b PA
SMITH, John M., brother-in-law b Feb 1878, 22y b PA, day laborer.

CENSUS: 1910 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA ED 30 SH 17B
RITCHEY, Calvin W., 41y b PA, parents b PA, married once, mar. 13y - can't
read occupation
", Mary A., wife 38y b PA, parents b PA, married once
", Earl, son 12y b PA, laborer, stone quarry
", Scott, son 11y b PA, laborer, stone quarry
", Violet, dau 8y b PA
", Hannah, dau 6y b PA
", Leone, dau 4y b PA
", Glen, son 1 ?/12 b PA

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Nancy J. ROBINSON

[17544]

ABT 1855 - AFT Jun 1870

Father: James ROBINSON
Mother: Maria


 _James ROBINSON _
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|--Nancy J. ROBINSON 
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|_Maria __________

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[17544] CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 82/79
ROBINSON, James 29y day laborer b VA
", Maria 28y b OH
", Harvey 7y b OH
", Nancy J. 5y b OH
", Mary S. 3y b OH
", John W. 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, p 560
ROBINSON, James, 40y farmer b VA, $5000 real estate, $500 personal estate
", Maria, 41y keeping house b OH
", Harvey, 17y works on farm b OH, attended school
", Nancy J., 15y helps mother b OH, attended school
", Mary S., 13y attends school b OH
", John S., 11y attends school b OH
", Ellsworth 9y b OH, attended school
", Emma F., 6y b OH

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Edson E. RUNKLE

[6481]

Mar 1869 - AFT Oct 1945

Family 1 : Virginia GREENFIELD
Family 2 : Ida Bell MOREHART

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[6481] NAME/DOM: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 53. Of Nebraska, Ohio.

CENSUS: 1880 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 221 p 2B
RUNKLE, Levi, 47y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Lydia, 45y wife keeps house b OH, parents b PA
", William J., 25y son single b OH
", Henry M., 21y son single b OH
", Alma E., dau 17y b OH
", Emma A., 13y dau b OH
", Edson E., son 11y b OH
", Daniel, 8y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 120 SH 1A
RUNKLE, Edson, head, b Mar 1869, 31y b OH, mar. 6y, parents b OH
", Virginia J., wife b Nov 1876, 23y b OH, had 4 ch 2 living, fa b England, ma b OH
", Mable E., dau b Sep 1894 5y b OH
", Ernest L., son b Oct 1899 7/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
RUNKLE, Edson, head, 50y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Virginia, wife 43y b OH, fa b England, ma b OH
", Elmer, son (blotch) b OH, no occupation

CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 23-6
RUNKLE, Edson, head, 71y b OH, both had 6th grade education and resided in the same home that they did in April 1935
", Ida B., wife 71y b OH

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John B. SALLEE

[15175]

ABT 1878 - AFT Jun 1880

Father: George C. SALLEE
Mother: Catherine BISHOP


 _George C. SALLEE _+
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|--John B. SALLEE 
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|_Catherine BISHOP _+

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[15175] CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franlin Co., OH; visitation 41/43
SALLEE, George 29y farmer b OH, fa b KY, ma b OH
", Katie, 24y wife keeping house b OH; fa b OH, ma b MD
", Frank E., 3y son
", John B., 1y son b OH (in the health column it lists "fever")
", Babe, 1/12 born in May, dau b OH

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Calvin E. SANDS

[20843]

Jun 1866 - 25 Aug 1944

Father: Aaron SANDS
Mother: Julianna FOOR

Family 1 : Clara E. TRIPP
  1.  Irma SANDS
Family 2 : Bessie HUBER
  1. +Ross SANDS
  2.  Ola E. SANDS

 _Aaron SANDS ___+
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|--Calvin E. SANDS 
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|_Julianna FOOR _+

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[20843] DOMs/POMs: "Illinois Statewide Marriage Index", 1763-1900, Illinois State Archives, www.cbyerdriveillinois.com; 2003. Names shown as Calvin Sands and Clara E. Tripp, and C. E. Sands and Bessie Huber.

"To [Aaron and Julyann (Foor) Sands] have been born 8 children, all of whom
have lived to become worthy and reputable citizens and who are now the
comfort and support of their parents. They are as follows: Eliza, deceased;
James M., Isabelle, Calvin, Otto, Margaret E., Oscar, Minnie and Edward."
Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois Biographical Dictionary [database
online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Portrait and
Biographical Record of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois. Chicago:
Biographical Publishing, 1891, p 633.

CENSUS: 1870 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; p 5/221
SANDS, Aaron, 31y farmer b PA, $500 personal estate
", Julia, 29y keeping house b OH
", Elisabeth, 9y b OH, attended school
", James, 8y b OH, attended school
", Isabell, 6y b OH, deaf and dumb
", Calvin, 4y b IL
", Otto, 2y b IL
", Margaret, 9/12 b IL

CENSUS: 1880 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL, visitation 153/153, p 18
SANDS, Aaron, 47?y, married, farmer, b PA, parents b PA
", Julia A., 41y wife, keeping house, can't read or write b OH, parents b OH
", Eliza H., 19y dau at home b OH
", James M., 17y son at work at home b OH
", Isabel 15y dau at home b OH, deaf and dumb
", Calvin 14y son at home b IL
", Otto 12y son at home b IL
", Margaret E., 10y dau at home b IL
", Oscar 8y son b IL
", Minnie 5y dau b IL
", Edward 2y son b IL

CENSUS: 1900 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL, SH 4B
SANDS, Calvin E., head, b Jun 1865 IL, mar. 2y, parents b OH, farmer
", Bessie, wife b Aug 1879, 20y b IL, parents b OH
", Irma, dau b Oct 1890 IL, 9y, at school, parents b IL
SYFERS, Ora B., servant b Nov 1882, 17y b IL, parents b IL
ADAMS, Jacob H., laborer b Jul 1881, 18y b KY, farm laborer, parents b KY
ELBIN, Daniel, laborer b Apr 1873, 27y b IL, parents b OH, farm laborer

CENSUS: 1910 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 173 SH 10B
SANDS, Calvin E., head, 45y b IL, married twice, mar. 12y, parents b OH, farmer
", Bessie, wife, 30y b IL, married once, had 2 ch 1 living, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Ross, son 7y b IL, parents b in U.S., farm laborer
WALKER, George, hired man, 50y widow

CENSUS: 1920 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL, p 160
SANDS, Calvin E., head, 53y b IL, parents b OH, farmer
", Bessie, wife 40y b IL, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Ross, son 17y b IL, parents b IL, laborer, home farm
", Ola E., dau 5y b IL

CENSUS: 1930 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 25 SH 1B
SANDS, C. E., head, owns home worth $2000, 64y widow b IL, fa b PA, ma b OH, no occupation
", Ola, dau 15y single b IL, parents b IL

DOD/POD: Name listed as Calvin E. Sands, Cert. 33442, died Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL. Illinois Statewide Death Index, 1916-1950, Illinois State Archives, Database online.

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Amelia Emilie C. SCHAER

[7661]

27 Feb 1866 - 16 Apr 1946

Father: Heinrich August SCHAER
Mother: Auguste M. E. FROMME


 _Heinrich August SCHAER _
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|--Amelia Emilie C. SCHAER 
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|_Auguste M. E. FROMME ___

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[7661] NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 37. Name shown as Emilie C. Schaer.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 51. Name spelled "Amelia C.". Dates shown are Feb. 27, 1866 - April 16, 1946.

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 349/357
SCHAER, Augustus, 58y farmer b Hanover
", Augusta, 43y keeping house b Hanover
", Ida, 19y helps mother b OH
", Dora, 17y helps mother b OH
", Edward, 15y works on farm b OH
", Frank, 12y attending school b OH
", Antonia, 9y attending school b OH
", Amelia 4y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 19
SCHAER, Augustus, 68 (or 65) farmer b Hanover; parents b same
", Augusta, 52y wife keeping house b Hanover; parents b same
", Ida, 29y dau., dressmaker b OH
", Edward, 25y son farmer b OH
", Frank, 21y son farmer b OH
", Ione, 19y son at school b OH
", Amelia, 14y dau at school b OH

1909 - Victoria Advocate Feb. 24, 2009, Pg C3.; February 24, 1909
Miss Ida Fromme has returned from a brief visit to Cuero, Yorktown and Corpus Christi, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Millie Schaer and Miss Antonia Boving, of Carroll, Ohio.

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 70, miracode index only
SCHAER, Edward G., 55y b OH
", Amelia C., sister, 44y b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, Jefferson Winchester Road, SD 11, ED 6, SH 9A
SCHAER, Edward [A.?] 64y single b OH, parents b Germany, farmer
", Amelia C., sister, 53y single b OH, parents b Germany

CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SH 8B
SCHAER, Edward G., head, 75y widow b OH, parents b Germany, farmer
", Amelia, sister, 64y single b OH, parents b Germany
NOTE: in 1930, the census was to include everyone who resided at a residence
as of April 1st, 1930. This particular residence was enumerated on April 16.
George Edward had actually died on the 6th, and the census correctly
included him.

Death certificate image. Amelia Schaer of 630 1/2 N. Columbus, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, died at 320 E. Main St., Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, April 16, 1946, aged 80y 1m 19d, single, born Feb. 27, 1866 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to August Schaer b Germany and Augusta Fromme b Germany. Informant was Mrs. J. Keller Kirn of Lancaster, Ohio. Buried April 19 in Betzer Cem.

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John David SCHNEIDER

[5818]

7 Jan 1883 - 9 May 1968

Father: John William SNYDER
Mother: Rebecca L. BEERY


 _John William SNYDER _+
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|--John David SCHNEIDER 
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|_Rebecca L. BEERY ____

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[5818] DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio probate birth images. Jno. D. Snyder b Jan 7, 1883 Bloom Twp. to J. W. Snyder and R. L. Beery of Bloom Twp.
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio marriage records, familysearch.org, images. Jno. D. Snyder born Jan. 7, 1882 or 3, born Bloom Twp., to J. W. Snyder and R. L. Beery of Bloom Twp.

NAME/DOB/Parentage/DOBap/POBap:"Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German Reformed Congregations of the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915, Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1993, p 44.

CENSUS: 1900 Union Twp., Madison Co., OH, p 171 A
SNYDER, John W., head, b May 1846, 54y b OH, fa b OH, ma b MD, farmer
", Emma J., wife b Nov 1865, 34y b OH, fa b VA, ma b MD, mar. 12y, had 3 ch 2
living
", Luther, son b May 1878 22y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Loy, son b Oct 1880, 19y b OH, farm laborer
", John D., son b Jan 1883, 12y b OH, farm laborer
", Palmer B., son b Apr 1891, 9y b OH, at school
ZWAYER, Xenia, step daughter b June 1883, 12y b OH, parents b OH, at school

1918 - Sept. draft registration form. John David Snyder, 924 Harrison Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, age 35y, born Janu. 8, 1883, medium height and build, light blue eyes, brown hair. Nearest relative is Mary Jane Snyder, wife, of same address. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.

DOD/POD: Name listed as John D. Snyder, resided in Franklin Co., Ohio, died May 9, 1868 at Mt. Carmel Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, aged 86, married. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

SSDI: Name listed as John Snyder, Jan. 8, 1883 to May 1968. Last known residence Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.

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Nickolas Ryan SCHWING

[21443]

26 Aug 1990 - ____

Father: Jeffrey Robert SCHWING
Mother: Kara CHEW


 _Jeffrey Robert SCHWING _+
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|_Kara CHEW ______________

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[21443] NAME/DOB/POB: From Monty Kay (Dougal) Orsbon via April 2003 email.

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John C. SEARLES

____ - ____

Family 1 : Alma H. ZASTROW
  1. +Mary Ann SEARLES

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Patricia Ann SHIVELY

[2898]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Robert Joseph FOOR
  1.  Allison Marie BEISNER
  2.  Brook BEISNER

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[2898] FIRST NAME: info from the files of Lori Stucker, 6/1998
LAST NAME: From Robert Joseph FOOR via email, 7/98

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Eugene Woodrow SHUMAKER

[14806]

7 Feb 1917 - 20 Feb 1996

Father: Albert Thurman SHUMAKER
Mother: Viola M. RUSH


 _Albert Thurman SHUMAKER _
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|--Eugene Woodrow SHUMAKER 
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|_Viola M. RUSH ___________+

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[14806] CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 6, SH 8B; Lockville
Road
SHUMAKER, Albert T., 32y b OH, parents b OH, machinist
", Viola M., wife, 25y b OH, parents b OH
", Archie A., son 8y b OH
", Harold E., son 5y b OH
", Eugene W., son 2y b OH
", Wa---el, dau 10y b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 8B
SHUMAKER, Albert, head, owns home worth $440, owns a radio set, does not live
on a farm, 42y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 20, repairman, bus
line
", Viola M., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 15
", Archie A., son 18y b OH
", Harold E., son 16y b OH
", Eugene W., son 13y b OH
", Mary P., dau 8y b OH

1948 - listed as one of three surviving sons -- Archie, Harold and Eugene --
in father's Sept. obit.

DOD/POD: Name listed as Eugene Woodrow Shumaker, born 07 Feb 1917 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, white male, died at 2:20 p.m. 20 Feb 1996 at home in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 79, widow, 12 years of education, Army. Father's surname Shumaker, mother's Rush. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Jeffrey Blake STEDMAN

[25488]

6 Oct 1954 - ____

Father: Ira Z. STEDMAN
Mother: Patricia Ann FOOR


 _Ira Z. STEDMAN ____
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|--Jeffrey Blake STEDMAN 
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|_Patricia Ann FOOR _+

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[25488] NAME/DOB/POB: Mother's maiden name listed as FOOR. Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.

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STIFFLER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Vicki Lee FOOR

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Candi Sue STRETTON

[28695]

31 Dec 1969 - ____

Father: Richard STRETTON
Mother: Carol Sue FOREST

Family 1 : Mike STAFFAN
  1.  Brittany Nicole STAFFAN
  2.  Brandon Michael STAFFAN

 _Richard STRETTON _+
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|--Candi Sue STRETTON 
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|_Carol Sue FOREST _

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[28695] NAME/DOB/POB: from Rich Stretton via Sept. 2007 email.

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Jane THRUSH

[23431]

ABT 1864 - AFT Jun 1870

Father: Robert THRUSH
Mother: Susannah SHIREY


 _Robert THRUSH ___+
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|--Jane THRUSH 
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[23431] CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, p 50
THRUSH, Robert, 39y farmer b OH, $9000 real estate, $1000 personal estate
", Susan, 36y keeping house b OH
", Edgar, 13y works on farm b OH
", Fannie, 11y helps mother b OH
", Mary 8y b OH
", Jane 6y b OH
", Margaret 4y b OH
", William, 2y b OH
SHIRY, Susan, 75y at home with son b PA

CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 53/55
THRUSH, Robert, 47y farmer, widow b OH, parents b PA
", Edward, 33y son works on farm b OH
", Fannie, 20y dau keeping house b OH
", Mary 18y dau at home b OH
", Jane 16y dau at home b OH
", Morgan 13y son works on farm b OH
", William 12y son at home b OH
", Susannah 7y dau b OH

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Edward TOWNSEND

[12893]

15 Apr 1846 - 23 Jan 1923

Family 1 : Leah Caroline BURGER
  1. +Raymond TOWNSEND
  2.  Edward Edmond D. TOWNSEND
  3.  Alice TOWNSEND
  4.  Jennie Irene TOWNSEND
  5.  Leeman TOWNSEND
  6.  Dorothy Evaline TOWNSEND

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[12893] CENSUS: 1900 Hamilton Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 32 SH 7B
TOWNSEND, Edmond, head, 54y b Apr 1846 OH, fa b PA, ma b unk.
", Leah, wife b Nov 1867, 32y b OH, parents b OH, had 8 ch 7 living mar. 12y, farmer
", Mina, dau b Jul 1884, 15y b OH
", Raymon, son b Aug 1889, 10y b OH
", Vi--ia, dau b Sep 1892, 7y b OH
", Viola, dau b Oct 1893, 6y b OH
", Edmond, son b Mar 1897, 3y b OH
", Alice, dau b Jun 1899, 11/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - visit 2
TOWNSEND, Edward 56, husband, b OH, mar 21y, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Leah, wife 44 b OH, had 16? ch, 8 living, parents b OH
", Eddie, son, 13 b OH
", Alice, 11, dau b OH
", Jennie, 8, dau b OH
", Leeman, 2, son b OH
NOTE: Both Edward and Leah are listed as having been married twice.

CENSUS: 1920 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 163/163, sheet 7B
TOWNSEND, Edward, head, 73y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Leha H., wife 53y b OH, parents b OH
", Leeman, son 13y b OH
", Eva, dau 10y b OH

Death certificate image. Edward Townsend died Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, June 23, 1923, aged 76y 9m 8d, married, wife Leah Townsend, farmer, born April 15, 1846 in Franklin Co., Ohio, to William Townsend b unknown and unknown mother. Informant was Leah Townsend. Buried Jan. 25 in Obetz Cem.

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UNKNOWN

____ - ____

Family 1 : Avala Sue FOOR
  1.  Brandon FOOR

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Elva V. VALENTINE

[13977]

ABT 1915 - AFT Apr 1930

Father: David W. VALENTINE
Mother: Tillie E. REED


 _David W. VALENTINE _
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|_Tillie E. REED _____

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[13977] CENSUS 1920, Betzer Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 170
VALENTINE, David W. 34 b OH; father b OH; mother b IL
", Tillie E., wife 31 b OH; parents b OH
", Lewis P., son 12 b OH
", John R. son 7 b OH
", Florence O. dau 14 b OH
", Ornalee? Omalee? 10 dau b OH
", Ruth A., dau 6 b OH
", Elva V., dau 5 b OH
", Agnes C., dau 3 b OH
", May E., dau 1 9/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 16 SH 20A p 111
VALENTINE, Elva V., roomer, 15y b OH, parents b OH - rooms at the Robert E. and Mary A. Sands home with their children.

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Jacob WAGONER

[9446]

____ - BEF 1850

Father: Jacob WAGONER
Mother: Catherine

Family 1 : Barbara BACHER

 _Jacob WAGONER _
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|--Jacob WAGONER 
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|_Catherine _____

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[9446] Jacob Wagner's Partition Records, originally p 581, 1850 - Jacob Wagner's widow was Barbara. His heirs were his siblings: Catherine, wife of Nicholas Radebaugh; James living probably in Iowa; the heirs of Maria Wagner Miller, deceased wife of Henry Miller, who were John Miller, Samuel Miller, Henry Miller, Jacob Miller and the heirs of Mary Miller Bassett, deceased wife of Joel Bassett; the heirs of Daniel Wagner, deceased, who were Daniel Wagner, John Wagner, Jacob Wagner, Henry Wagner, Catharine Wagner Christ, Mary, wife of Solomon Glick of IL, Rebecca, wife of John W. Alspach, Molly, wife of John Humrickhouse, Lydia, wife of Samuel Bowsher; the heirs of Elizabeth Wagner Wildermuth, deceased, who were David Wildermuth, Catharine, wife of Cyrus Newkirk, Elizabeth, wife of William Kline, Mary, wife of Henry Alspach of Morrow county, and Rebecca, wife of Adam Niebling; the heirs of Philip Wagner, deceased, of PA; the heirs of Hester Wagner, deceased, of PA. "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 59.

DOM/POM/SPOUSE: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.

Under the children of Jacob and Catherine Wagner was listed "Jacob, m 10 Dec 1810, Barbara Bacher", [Johann David Wildermuth and His Descendants, 1752-1964, compiled by Ruth Kline Lee, 1965]

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Stanley Leroy WARNER

[25253]

12 Dec 1942 - ____

Father: Henry WARNER
Mother: Dorothy Ellen FOOR

Family 1 : Mary Jo
  1.  Janelle Lynne WARNER
  2.  Malika Alier Posey WARNER
Family 2 : Evelyn Marie BELLINGER
  1. +Jeffrey James WARNER
  2.  Gregory Joseph WARNER

 _Henry WARNER _______
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|--Stanley Leroy WARNER 
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|_Dorothy Ellen FOOR _+

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[25253] NAME: Listed as a surviving son, Stanley (Mary Jo) Warner of Rosebush in mother's March 2005 obituary.

DOB: zabasearch.com.
MIDDLENAME: Elvin Ogg, email, April 2005.

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Bertha WEAVER

[1861]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Leonard Jason "Grant" FOOR
  1.  Ruth FOOR
  2.  Mary FOOR
  3.  Betty FOOR
  4.  Donald FOOR
  5.  Jean FOOR

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[1861] "The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 33.

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Bertie E. WELCH

[14128]

25 Sep 1891 - 29 Nov 1892

Father: William E. WELSH
Mother: Bertha F. THOMPSON


 _William E. WELSH ___+
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[14128] NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/PARENTAGE: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 41. "Bertie E. Welch", son of W. E. and B. F.", died at 1y 2m 4d. DOB figured from age at death.

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Marvin L. WELCH

[13752]

24 Aug 1912 - 16 Mar 1997

Father: Charles E. WELCH
Mother: Mazie E. LAMA


 _Charles E. WELCH _+
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|_Mazie E. LAMA ____

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[13752] CENSUS: 1920 Laurel Twp., Hocking Co., OH; ED 44 SH 6A
WELCH, Charles, head, 33y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mazie, wife 30y b OH, parents b OH
", Marvin, son 7y b OH
", Larena, dau 3 9/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 10A
WELCH, Charles E., head, rents home, resides on a farm, 42y b OH, parents b
OH, married first at age 22, farm operator
", Mazie J., wife 40y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20
", Marvin L., son 17y b OH, farm laborer
", Lorena J., dau 13y b OH
", Bernadine S., dau 8y b OH

DOD/POD/DOB: Marvin Welch, 24 Aug 1912 Ashtabula Co., Ohio died March 16, 1997 at 11:30 p.m. in a long-term care facility in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, aged 84, divorced, father's surname Welch, mother's Lama. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Marie Elisabeth WILSON

[25693]

ABT 1923 - ____

Father: William Clayton WILSON
Mother: Eleanor B. BLAKER


 _William Clayton WILSON _+
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|_Eleanor B. BLAKER ______

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[25693] CENSUS: 1930 Tyrone, Pleasant View Twp., Texas Co., OK, ED 29 SH 1B; Azbell
Street
WILSON, William C., head, rents home for $10/month, does not live on a farm,
does not own a radio set. 50y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 33,
laborer, highway patrol
", Eleanor B., wife 37y b MO, first married at 19, parents b MO
", Elba Lloyd, son 16y b OK
", Estella Mahala, dau 14y b OK
", James Walter, son 10y b OK
", Marie Elisabeth, dau 7y b OK
", William Clayton, son 1y b OK

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Francis E. WINES

[11875]

16 Mar 1904 - 19 Sep 1993

Family 1 : Leslie M. FOOR
Family 2 : John R. BARBER

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[11875] NAME: From Madeline Guillaum via July 2000 email.

DOM/POM: Leslie Foor, 21, of Rochester, IN, born in IN to John [Foor] and mother's last name Richardson. Neither Leslie or Francis were previously married. Frances Wines, 19, of Rochester, IN, born in IN to William Wines and mother's maiden name Kli[n?]e. Married Aug. 11, 1923 in St. Joseph, MI by John W. Fletcher, Justice. Witnesses Anna E. Hall and Frank L. Hall. [images at familysearch.org]

CENSUS: 1930 South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN; ED 71-51 SH 3B, 801 Fairview
FOOR, Leslie, owns home worth $5000, owns a radio set, does not live on a
farm, 28y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 21, laborer, auto factory
", Francis, wife 26y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 18, inspector,
auto factory

LOCATION: Oct. 1939 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Frances Foor, of South Bend, Indiana, in father William Wines obituary published in the Rochester Sentinel, Rochester, Indiana.

LOCATION: Feb 1977 - listed as a surviving siter, Mrs. Frances Foor of St. Petersburg, FL, in sister Bernice E. (Wines) Pontious's obituary; Rochester Sentinel, Rochester, Indiana.

A "Mrs. Leslie Foor" of South Bend, Indiana, is mentioned as a surviving daughter in Eva Wines August 1945 obituary. Eva's deceased husband was William WINES. Is "Mrs. Leslie Foor" spoken about in this obituary, Francis?

DOM/POM John R. Barber, E. Frances Foor, E. Frances Wines, 22 Jan 1980 Pinellas Co., FL. Ancestry.com. Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

DOD/POD: Edna Frances Barber, born Mar. 16, 1904, died Sept. 19, 1993, Pinellas Co., FL., age 89. Ancestry.com. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: State of Florida. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998. Florida: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, 1998.

SSDI: Edna F. Barber, 16 Mar 1904 - Sep 1993, last known residence was Clearwater, Pinellas Co., FL., issue a Social Secuirty card in IN before 1951.

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