__ | |--Anita | |__
__ | |--Bonnie | |__
__ | |--Helen M. | |__
[T83088] NAME: Listed as the surviving wife of James R. Foore in his Nov. 2005 obituary.
__ | |--Janis | |__
_ BARR _______ | |--Philemon Philip Beecher BARR | |_Sarah CLINE _
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 156. "Philip B. Barr", years only.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Philemon Barr and Elizabeth Hummell. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.
CENSUS: 1880 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 84/85
BARR, Phi?, 36y farmer, widowed b OH; parents b OH
", John S., 14y son at school b OH
", Lida, 12y dau at home b OH
", Auther, 8y son b OH
", Alice, 22y sister, housekeeping b oH
HUMMELL, Mary, 18y sister-in-law, married, keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Sary, 16y sister-in-law, at home b OH
BARR, Sarah, 70y mother, can't read or write b OH
", Sophia, 27y sister, keeping house b OH
WOLFORD, Susan, 75y boarder b OH, can't read or write; parents b OH
POPY or POSSY, Ed, 27y boarder, farmer b OH; parents b Germany
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 415/438
BARR or BAER, Philip, head, b Nov 1845, 54y, mar 20y b OH, parents b PA; Occupation: Truck grower??
", Sarah M., wife b Apr 1858 42y b OH, parents b PA
", Rosalina, dau b Aug 1881, 19y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, Visitation 87
BARR, Phil, 64y b OH, married twice, mar 27y, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Sarah, 52y b OH, wife, mar 27y, had 1 ch 1 living, fa b PA, ma b OH
", John S., 43y b OH, single, farm laborer
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 191/191
BARR, Philliman B., 74y b OH; parents b OH; farm laborer
", Sarah M., wife, 60y b OH; parents b PA
", John S., son 53y single b OH; parents b OH
1925 - Elizaebth Hummell Barr, died Oct. 12, 11873. Widower was Philip Barr
who died May 3, 1925. Heirs: Lita M. Dunlap; Arthur H. Barr; John H. Barr.
Arthur H. Barr died March 27, 1923, leaving widow Kate E., and children:
Otto Barr, Waldo Barr, Fern Wykoff; Elizabeth Barr. "Partition Record
Abstracts, V3, 1900-1940 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter
OGS, 2006, p 44.
Death certificate image. Philip Beecher Barr died Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, May 3, 1925, aged 79y 5m 3d, married to Sarah M. Barr, uremic coma, farmer, born Nov. 30, 1845 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to John Barr b OH and Sarah Cline b unknown. Mrs. Sarah Barr was informant. Buried Lithopolis May 5.
__ | |--Elizabeth BENADUM | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Lewis Kramer and Elizabeth Bennedum. "Fairfield
County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS,
CENSUS: 1850 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 220/220
KRAMER, Lewis, 33y farmer, $4400 real estate, b Fairfield Co., OH
", Elizabeth, 30y b same
", Henry, 12y b same
", Almira, 8y b same
", Aaron, 5y b same
", Emma, 4y b same
", Melissa, 2y b same
", Eliza, 7/12 b same
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 2/2
KRAMER, Lewis, 43y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 41y b OH
", Elmira, 17y b OH
", Emma 11y b OH
", Aaron, 16y farming b OH
", Melissa, 12y b OH
", Eliza 10 or 11y b OH
", Martha, 9y b OH
", Joshua, 6y b OH
", William, 4y b OH
", Adaline, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Boone twp., Cass Co., IN, p 36
KRAMER, Louis, 54y farmer b OH, $4400 real estate, $500 personal property
", Elizabeth, 53y keeps house b OH
", Mellissa, 20y at home b OH
", Eliza, 19y at home b OH
", Martha, 18y at home b OH
", Joshua, 16y at home b OH
", William, 14y at home b OH
", Adaline, 10y at home b OH
", Clement V., 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Boone Twp., Cass Co., IN; ED 3 SH 19 or 20
KRAMER, Lewis, head, b Feb 1817, 83y b OH, mar. 63y, parents b PA, capitalist
", Elizabeth, wife b July 1820, 79y b OH, parents b OH, had 14 ch 10 living
BECKLEY, Martha, dau b Sep 1854, 45y widow b IN, parents b OH, capitalist,
had 1 ch 0 living
DOD/POD: Name listed as Elizabeth Kramer, 86, died June 5, 1907 Royal Center, book C-12 p 33. Cass Co., Indiana deaths posted to their GenWeb website. Original source: Index to Death Records for Cass Co., Indiana, 1882-1920
Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration, 1940
PARENTAGE: Listed as "Elizabeth, daughter of George and Hannah (Myers) Benadum. She was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, August 16, 1820." History of Cass County, Indiana : from the earliest time to the present. Chicago: Brant & Fuller, 1886.
OBIT: Elizabeth Kramer/Cramer. Mrs. Cramer, aged 87 years died last evening at her home in Royal Center. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. Interment will take place in Klein Cemetery. [Logansport Daily Report, Logansport, IN., June 6, 1907, p 8]
TOMBSTONE photo: Elizabeth Kramer, Aug. 20, 1820 - June 5, 1907 - posted to the Cass Co., IN., GenWeb website.
__ | |--Lennie Viola BEQUEATH | |__
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 25
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Ray's Cove online cemetery inscription alphabetical listing at http://dustisparks.tripod.com/ancestorstones/index.htm, Feb. 2000. "Wife of Dewey E. Foor".
CENSUS: 1930 Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA; ED 46 SH 9B
FOOR, Dewey, head, rents home for $10/month, 31y b PA, parents b PA, married
first at age 22, laborer at coal mines
", Linnie, wife 28y b PA, parents b PA, married at 20y
", Edith, dau 11y b PA, parents b PA
", Emmit, son 8y b PA
", Harry, son 6y b PA
", Russel, son 4 6/12 b PA
", Albert, son 2 11/12 b PA
", Paul, son 10/12 b PA
DONALDSON, Lester, boarder, 23y single b PA, parents b PA, laborer, coal
__ | |--Jim BIDWELL | |__
NAME: From the FTM website of L. S. Trudell, update July 7, 2003.
__ | |--Jedidah Butler BIRDSELL | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Marion Co., KY; visitation 14/14
FOOR, D. Y. 28y m cabinet workman b OH
", Jedida 23y F b OH
", Vesta G. 3y female b KY
", Joseph F. 8/12 b KY
", Joseph F. Sr. 26y male b OH
This 1850 census, above, appears they were residing at an inn headed by James
H. Kirk. There are several others listed there as well.
CENSUS: 1860 Lewis Co., MO Census: Page 109
FOOR, D. Y. 36y b OH
", J. B. 35y b OH
", V. G. 13y b KY
", A. L. 8y b OH
", J. A. 3y b MO
1870 CENSUS: Lewis Co., MO; Twp 62, Range 9
FORE, D. Y. 49y farmer b OH
", Jedidah B. 48y keeping house b OH
", Lemyra A. 18y b OH
", Ida 15y b MO
", Fred 10y b MO
", Orpha 5y b MO
", Forrest 2y b MO
CENSUS: 1880 La Belle, Lewis Co., MO, visitation 121/122, ED 32 SH 14B
FOOR, David Y., 55y carpenter farmer b OH, fa b Atlantic Ocean, ma b PA
", Jedidah, 55y wife keeping house b OH, fa b NY, ma b Mass.
", Emmett, 18y son works on farm, b MO
", Orpha, 14y dau at school b MO
", Forrest, 12y son at school b MO
CENSUS: 1910 Hutchinson city, Reno Co., KS; ED 164 SH 8B
WHITE, Clayborne W., head, 58y b MO, fa b KY, ma b in U.S., house carpenter
", Ida A., wife 55y b MO, had 7 ch 6 living, mar. 34y, parents b OH
", Almira T., dau 31y single b MO, manager, laundry office?
", May B., dau 20y single b KS, sales lady, dry goods
", Hellen D., dau 19y b KS, housekeeper, at home
FOOR, Jedidah B., mother-in-law, 85y widow b OH, had 4 ch 4 living, fa b PA, ma b CT
Jedediah's name and date of birth are on the shared tombstone of husband David Y. Foor, but no death date is shown. She's either not buried there, buried there and no one put the death date on, or remarried and is buried under another name.
DOD/DOB/POD/DOD/PARENTAGE: Name listed as Jedidah B. Foor, white female, widow, born march 22, 1825, Hamilton Co., OH, died Feb. 27, 1919, Labelle, Lewis Co., MO. Father was Samuel Birdsell born Princeton, NJ, mother was Elizabeth Butler born Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket Island. Informant to this information was Mrs. Vesta Zimmerman of LaBelle, MO. Buried Midway Cemetery by James T. Coder on March 1, 1919. Doctor attended deceased from Feb. 20 to 27th, her cause of death being... just a number "10" shown. Contributary cause was influenza. [Missouri Statewide Archives - actual image of document available online]
__ | |--Etta BRICKMAN | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Rochester Twp., Fulton Co., IN; SD 13, ED 40
FENSTERMAKER, Lafayette, b Dec 1852, 47y b OH, parents b PA, mar 22y
", Etta, wife b Dec 1852, 44y b Germany, parents b Germany, had 5 ch 4 living
", Alvreda, dau b Apr 1888, 20y b IN
", William L., son b Jun 1881, 18y b IN
", Leroy, son b May 1890, 10y b IN
DOB/DOD: IOOF Cemetery Inscriptions, Tombaugh, 1991 - as published on the Fulton County, Indiana, Library website.
OBIT: Mon., March 25, 1929; Fulton County Indiana Obituaries, 1929, "The News Sentinel", Joan & Wendell Tombaugh, 1996.
Mrs. Etta FENSTERMAKER, aged 72, well known resident of Rochester, died early Sunday morning at the home of her son, Roy Fenstermaker, at 414 Pontiac Street. Death was due to heart trouble and complications from which she had been ill for a week.
The deceased [Etta BRICKMAN] was born on December 20, 1856 in Mecklinburg, Germany, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis BRICKMAN. When only six months of age her parents came to the United States, settling in Hamilton County, Ohio. On March 12th, 1878 she was married to Lafayette FENSTERMAKER and came from Ohio to Fulton County residing on a farm 3 miles northeast of Rochester. After the death of her husband in 1912 she had lived with her son, Roy. Mrs. Fenstermaker was a member of the Evangelical Church.
Surviving are two sons, Roy [FENSTERMAKER] and William [FENSTERMAKER] of Rochester; two daughters Mrs. George FUNK, of Rochester, and Mrs. Charles BOWMAN, of Elkhart; three brothers, William [BRICKMAN] and Frank BRICKMAN, of Finley, Ohio, Jonas BRICKMAN, of Springfield, Ohio. There are five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Baptist Church with Rev. J. B. GLEASON officiating. Burial will be made in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery.
_Matthew Marmaduke BUNTING _ | |--Elsie A. BUNTING | |_Ethalind J. CARR __________+
CENSUS: 1900 Metamora, Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; ED 1 SH 3A
BUNTING, [-----ther], head, b Mar 1848, 52y b MI, parents b PA, mar. 17y, [pension?] agent
"J. Etha, wife b Mar 1864, 36y b PA, parents b PA, had 8 ch 5 living
"?. Effa, dau b Sep 1895, 14y b OH
"?. Leffa? dau b May/Mar. 1890, 10y b OH
"M. James, son b July 1897, 8y b OH
"J. Effie, dau b Sep 1896, 3y b OH
"A. Elcie, dau b Dec 1899, 5/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Metamora, Fulton Co., OH, SH 5B
BUNTING, Matthew, head, 62y b MI, parents b NY, Justice of Peace
", Ethaline, wife 46y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 27y, had 9 ch 6 living
", Lettie M., dau 19y b OH
", James M., son 17y b OH
", Effa J., dau 13y b OH
", Elsie A., dau 10y b OH
", Ethel G., dau 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Washington Twp., Lucas Co., OH, p 185, ED 168 SH 1A
SHOEMAKER, Chas., head, 21y b OH, parents b OH, farm manager
", Elsie, wife 20y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Fred, son 1 ?/12 b MI
CENSUS: 1930 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; SH 1A and 1B
SHOEMAKER, Charles J., head, 31y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 19y, farmer
", Elsie A., wife 30y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Fred, son 11y b MI
", Duane, son 10y b O H
", Robert, son 8y b OH
", Oney, son 6y b OH
", Sylvia, dau 5y b OH
", Glenn, son 2 10/12 b OH
DOB/DOD/SPOUSE: Karen Minzey via Jan. 2005 email.
_Joseph Washington BURK _ | |--Sarah Clarsey BURK | |_Susanna MESSMORE _______+
NAME/DOB: From 1850 census. See notes on father.
PARENTAGE/DOB/MIDDLE NAME: From Bible record.
DOM: Bible record shows John C. Hummell m Sarah C. Burk May 10th, 1868 by Rev. S. Nichodemus.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 49 or 83.
HUMMEL, John W. 20y farm laborer, $300 personal property, b OH
", Sarah C., 21y keeping house b OH
", Laura J., 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 183D
HUMMELL, John, 30y b OH, farm hand, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah, wife 31y b OH, keeping house, parents b OH
", Laura, dau 12y b OH, at home, parents b OH
", Charles, son 8y b IL, parents b OH
", Arthur, son 6y b IL, parents b OH
_John H. CAIN ________ | |--Elsie M. CAIN | |_Mary Elizabeth FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 New Albany, New Albany Twp., Floyd Co., IN; ED 74 SH 1B; 1224
KANE, John H., head, b May 1841, 59y b KY, parents b KY, mar. 26y, grocer
", Mary E., wife b Nov 1852, 47y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, had 13 ch 9 living
", Beatrice, dau b June 1874, 25y b KY, wool sorter
", Thomas, son b Sept 1876 23y b KY, packer, furniture
", Anna B., dau b Feb 1878, 22y b KY, seamstress
", Ida B., dau b Dec 1880, 19y b KY, seamstress
", Glovie D., dau b Nov 1882, 17y b KY, pants maker
", Clarence, son b Mar 1888, 12y b KY
", Elsie M., dau b Feb 1890, 10y b KY
", Jas. H., son b Feb 1893, 7y b KY
", Wilber L., son b June 1895, 4y b KY
CENSUS: 1910 Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, ED 38 visitation 75, SH 4a p 217
CAIN, Mary, 57y widow b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, housekeeper, at home
", Beatrice P., 35y b KY, seamstress, clothing factory
", Glovie D., 27y b KY, machine operator, clothing factory
", Elsie M., 20y b KY, machine operator, clothing factory
", John H., 17y b KY, presser, clothing
", Wilbert, 14y b KY
_Dale CAMPBELL ______ | |--Jan K. CAMPBELL | |_Emma Jeanne DUNHAM _+
NAME: From mother's obituary.
_Elizabeth FOOR _+ | |--Sarah COLLEDGE | |_Anges COLLEDGE _
NAME/DOB: From Janice Casler via October 2000 email.
CENSUS: 1850 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 10/10
COLLEDGE, Anguish, 52y farmer b VA
", Elizabeth, 50y b PA
", John, 25y b PA, laborer
", Susanna, 23y b PA
", Jacob, 20y, school, b PA
", Margaret, 18y, school, b PA
", Sarah, 14y, school, b PA
", Eve, 11y b PA
", Rhoda, 7y b PA
_Jacob T. CRITES __+ | |--Samantha C. CRITES | |_Julie Ann POWELL _+
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 234/227
CRITES, Jacob T., 35y brick maker b OH
", Julia A., 29y b OH
", Nancy C., 11y b OH
", Melvina M., 9y b OH
", Samantha C., 6y b OH
BROMFOSS?, Henry 60 or 10y b unknown
CENSUS: 1870 Allen Twp., Hancock Co., OH; p 16
CRITES, Jacob T. or F., 45y farmer b OH
", Julia A., 39y keeping house b OH
", Melvina M., 19y at home b OH
", Samantha, 17y at home b OH
LEROY, Alva S., 2y male b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Findlay, Hancock Co., OH; ED 55 SH 9A
WINTERS, Eli, head, b Dec 1848, 51y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 15y, laborer
", Samantha, wife b Aug 1853, 46y b OH, parents b OH, had 6 ch 6 living
", Loranto? D., son b Nov 1884, 15y b OH, oil pumper
", Jacob E., son b April 1887, 13y b OH
", Oscar H., son b Sept. 1889, 10y b OH
", Linnie V., dau b Apr 1891, 9y b OH
", William A., son b March 1893, 7y b OH
", Julia B., dau b Feb 1895, 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Findlay, Hancock Co., OH; ED 73 SH 4B
WINTERS, Eli, head, 61y b OH, parents b U.S., teamster, oil field, married 2 or more times, mar. 26y
", Samantha T., wife 56y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 6 ch 6 living
", Oscar, son 20y single b OH
", Linnie V., dau 19y b OH
", Willison A., son 17y b OH
", Blanch J., dau 15y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Findlay, Hancock Co., OH; ED 52 SH 8A
WINTERS, Samantha, head, 66y widow b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
FOSTER, Blanch, dau 24y married b OH, parents b OH
", June, granddau 4 7/12 b OH, parents b OH
", Marvel, granddaughter 2 9/12 b OH, parents b OH
_George Edmund CROOKS _ | |--Kathryn G. CROOKS | |_Amanda SHAFFER _______+
DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 18.
CENSUS: 1930 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA: 4th Avenue, ED 5-39 SH 9B
CROOKS, George, head, owns home worth $1000, does not live on a farm, 59y b
PA, parents b PA, married first at age 22?, salesman, drygood stoor
", Amanda, wife 57y b PA, married at 21y
", Roxie P., dau 26y single b PA, seamstress, coat factory
", Theodore R., son 15y b PA
", Catherine G., 11y b PA
LOCATION: 1952 Mrs. Kathrn C. Boor of Everett is listed as a surviving daughter of Mrs. Amanda Crooks in her June obit.
LOCATION: 1953 - listed as a surviving daughter, Catherine Boor of Everett in father's Dec. obit.
POBurial: Delaware Co., Ohio Cemetery inscriptions, online. Full dates. Name listed as Kathryn G. Boor.
POD: Name listed as Kathryn G. Boor. Born in PA. Resided Delaware Co., Ohio. Died in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio. German heritage. Married. V 26048 Cert. 36284. Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000 [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2000. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, 19xx-.
__ | |--Myrtle CROYLE | |__
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 4.
NOTE: Mary is listed in the 1920 census as the sister-in-law of widowed Lloyd Foor who already had 5 children. Those children are not biologically hers.
CENSUS: 1920 Liberty Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 21, SH 7a
FOOR, Lloyd, head, 28y widow b PA, parents b PA, furnace laborer
", Stella, dau 10y b PA
", Mary, dau 7y b PA
", Lilian, dau 5y b PA
", Blaine, son 3y b PA
", Hilda, dau 1 3/12? b PA
CROYLE, May or Mary, sister-in-law, 28y single b PA, parents b PA
__ | |--Charles DAGEN | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Charls Dagon and Susana Werner, 15 May 1836.
"Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
One male under 5 (William)
two males 20-30 (Charles and ?)
One female under 5 (Sarah)
One female 20-30 (Susan)
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1360
GLICK, E. Benton 25y physician b OH
", Catherine 22y b PA
DAGEN, Charles 34y tailor b PA
", Susan 37y b PA
", Sara Ann 13y b OH
", William 10y b OH
", Frances 8y f b OH
", Benjamin 6y b OH
", Mary 4y b OH
", Flora 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 184/79
DAGEN, Charles 50y tailor b PA
", Susannah 48y wife b PA
", Sarah Ann 23y sews b OH
", Wm. Henry 21y tailor b OH
", Frances N.? 18y sews b OH
", Benjamin F. 16y labors b OH
", Mary Jane 14y b OH
", Emma Adaline 9y b OH
", Samuel A. 6y b OH
1870 - although the following info states his date of death was after 1870, this may be in error, as he is not listed with wife and family in the 1870 census.
A Charles Dagen served in the 13th OVI, Company I. "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 158.
CIVIL WAR: It appears that the father, Charles, and sons Benjamin F. and William H. all served in the Civil War in some capacity. There seems to be a discrepency
in some records which follows:
Listed in the "1929 Illinois Roll of Honor" for La Salle Co., IL, [Illinois Statewide Archives] is as follows:
B. F. Dagen, Civil War, Co., K 85 Oh Inf., V 2 p 41Riverwood Cem.
William H. Dagen, Civil War, Co. I 43 OH Inf., V 2 P 41 Riverwood Cem.
The company in which Willam H. Dagen is shown as serving with is actually the one his father, Charles, served in.
"Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War", there are three DAGEN's listed, all shown being buried in Riverview Cemetery in Streator. According to
various websites, Riverview and Riverwood are the same cemetery in Streator
B. F. Dagen, 85th Ohio Inf. died 08 May 1876,
Charles DAGEN, 43rd Inf. OH, died 06 Feb 1873,
William H. DAGEN, 4th Cavalry IN; died 06 Feb 1876,
The National Park Services' website "Civil War Sodliers and Sailors System" shows:
Dagen, Charles, 43rd Reg. Ohio Inf. Co. I (alternate name shown as Charles Dagon)
Dagen, Benjamin F., 85th Ohio Inf. Co. K
Dagen, William H., 10th Indiana Cavalry, Co. L (alternate name William H. Dagan)
Benjamin F. Dagen enlisted June 2, 1862 at the age of 18 into Company K, 85th OVI, and mustered out of same on Sep. 23, 1862 at Camp Chase, Ohio. The 85th was a three-month cregiment and was used to aid in guarding the large number of Confederate prisoners at Camp Chase.
Charles Dagen's enlisted on Jan. 21, 1862 at age 51 into Co. I., 43rd OVI, and mustered out July 13, 1865 at Louisville, KY. According to various sources, Company I was from Fairfield County, Ohio.
William Dagen enlisted in the 10th Ind. Cavalry, Co. L on Jan. 13, 1864, promoted to full sergeant, and mustered out of same company on Aug. 31, 1865 at Vicksburg, MS. The regiment was organized in the fall and winter of 1862-63 at Vincennes and Columbus, In., and left the state May 3, moving to Nashville and to Pulaski, TN. Several battles fought, especially in late 1864 in Alabama and Tennessee.
__ | |--Roger DAVIDSON | |__
[T94600] NAME: Mentioned in the obit of Linda Sue (Cox) Davidson, Nov. 2003
_William FENSTERMACHER _+ | |--Mary Magdalena FENSTERMACHER | |_Mary Ann MINEHART _____
DOB/DOD/Parentage/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County,
OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 98. Died at 16y 2m 7d, daughter of Mary and William.
_Daniel Edward FOOR ____+ | |--David W. FOOR | |_Navena Carol VANGUNDY _
NAME: Fairfield Co., Ohio, Recorder's website. Purchased (or refinanced) a premises in said county Sept. 2000. Names listed as David W. Foor and Jennifer A. Crabtree, husband and wife. Mortgage of March 25, 2003 lists their address in Lithopolis.
LOCATION: 1991 - Listed as one of three surviving grandchildren: Daniel L.,
Darin L., and David W. Foor, all of Groveport, in Daniel E. "Pete" Foor's
February 1991 obituary.
_Ralph C. FOOR ________+ | |--Donald Lee FOOR | |_Alice Lorene GRAFFIS _
NAME/PARENTAGE: From brother Myron via Sept., 2001 email.
LOCATION: 1991 - listed as a surviving son, Donald, of Brownsburg, in father's Nov. obit.
LOCATION: 2011 - listed as one of three surviving sons, Dale, Donald and
Myron, in mother's May 16th obituary.
_Alexander Mack Henry FOOR _+ | |--Joseph Alex FOOR | |_Nancy Belle LAMKIN ________
DOB/POB/POM: From Edward E. Foor via June 2001 email. Shows place of birth as Meade Co., KY and date of birth as 10 Nov 1890, both differ from draft registration card.
DEATH: Died in Shelby Co., KY; resided Meade Co., KY. 82y. Deathvol #73, V
44, Certificate 21574.
SSDI - shows name as Joseph A. Foor, last known address as Ekron, Meade Co., KY.
CENSUS: 1910 Meade Co., KY district 100 visitation 49
FOOR, Mack H. 49 b KY
", Nancy B. 39 b KY
", Annie E. 17 dau b KY
", Joe A. 19 son b KY
", Ray 8 son b KY
FAMILY LISTED TWICE IN 1910:
CENSUS: 1910 Meade Co., KY district 98 visitation 311
FOOR, Mack 47 b KY
", Belle 39 wife b KY
", Joe Alex 19 dau b KY
", Anne Eula 17 dau b KY
", Ray 8 son b KY
1917, June 5th, Meade Co., KY., draft registration card, name listed as Joseph Alex Foor of Ekron, KY, born Nov. 14, 1890, in Big Spring, KY. Laborer on farm of John Frank? of Ekron, KY. Has a wife. Claims exemption from draft because of dependant relatives. Medium height and build, brown hair and eyes. Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
CENSUS: 1920 Ekron Precint, Meade Co., KY; ED 103 SH 8B
FOOR, Joseph A., head, rents home, black, 29y b KY, parents b KY, farmer
", Fanny, wife 26y b KY, parents b KY, black.
CENSUS: 1930 Magisterial District #2, Meade Co., KY, ED 82-6, sheet 7A
FOOR, Joe E., head, owns home, does not reside on a farm, 39y b KY, married
first at age 25, parents b KY, blacksmith, own shop
", Fannie, wife 42y b KY, married first at age 28, parents b KY
", Joseph Edward, son 4 8/12? b KY
__________________ | |--Joseph Malacki FOOR | |_Rachel Joy FOOR _+
[T114791] NAME/DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
_Jacob C. FOOR ____+ | |--Joseph Ritter FOOR | |_Catherine LEADER _+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 6, 9
POB/DOD/POD & middle name from online files of Will Shade, 4/97, currently at
DOM: Joseph Foor and Theresa Smith were married on 23 December 1858, by the Rev. Barton A. Cooper, Clearville. (Source: Marriages performed by the Rev. Barton A. Cooper, Clearville, Bedford County, Pa.) [posted by Joan Christopher, March 2002, to the PA GenWeb website].
CENSUS: 1850 West Providence, Bedford Co PA census; visitation 114/119
Jacob C. FOOR, 43, farmer, PA
Catharine, 50, PA;
David, 18, laborer, school;
Joseph, 17, laborer, school;
Lydia, 15, school;
Mary, 11, school;
James, 9, school;
Thomas, 7, school;
Sarah LEADER, 28.
CENSUS; 1860 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 327/296
FOOR, Joseph 27y farmer b PA
", Trussa 20y b PA
", Jacob 3/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1870 Brush Creek Twp., Fulton Co., PA, p 8, post office: Ray's Hill", visitation 48/48
FOOR, Joseph R., 36y tanner? b PA
", Tressa, 31y keeping house b PA
", Jacob H. 11y at home b PA
", Espa H. 9y male b PA
", John F. 7y b PA
", Delila F. 5y b PA
", Sarah A. 3y b PA
", Joseph R. 3/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1880 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 60
FOOR, Joseph R., 47y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Trasia, 40y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Jacob H., 20y son, laborer b PA
", Espy H., 17y son b PA
", John L., 15y son, works on farm, b PA
", Delila F., 13y dau, works on farm, b PA
", Sarah A., 11y dau b PA
", Joseph W., 9y son b PA
", Leonard R., 6y son b PA
", David A., 5y son b PA
", Howard B., 2y son b PA
", "no name" b May, dau b PA
POD: From Lenora Colledge via Jan. 2011 email.
_Walter Cody FOOR _+ | |--Larry Gene FOOR | |_Oral Faye GAY ____
NAME/DOB/DOD/PARENTAGE: From Jana M. Foor via Feb. 2003 email. She said he supposedly died within hours of returning from Viet Nam.
DOB/POB: vitalsearch-ca.com. Mother's surname listed as Gay. Name listed as Larry Gene Foor.
_Joseph Augustus Gus FOOR _+ | |--Mabel A. FOOR | |_Eva May EXLINE ___________
lived in the Chicago area. 6 children.
CENSUS: 1900 Lima, Allen Co., OH, sheet 1A
FOOR, Joseph A. b Jun 1865 OH, parents b OH, mar 11y, occ: _____ cutter
", Eva M., wife b May 1867, 33y b OH, had 2 ch 1 living, parents b OH
", Mayble A., dau b May 1897, 3y b OH
ALEXANDER, Ellis, boarder, b Apr 1878, 22y b OH, parents b OH, day laborer
CENSUS: 1910 Elbert Co., CO. Precinct 5, ED 6d SH 8A p 41
FOOR, Joseph A., head, 45y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 21y, farming
", Eva May, wife, 43y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 3 living
", Mabel, 13y dau b OH
", LeRoy, son 8y b IL
", Georgie, dau 5y b CO, female
CENSUS: 1920 Greenville Twp., Greenville Co., SC; ED 29 SH 7A p 116
CLINE/CLIVE/OLIVE, David G., head, 52y...
[wife and children]
BATTLE, David M., boarder, 19y b NC, parents b NC, operator [morning
", Mabel A., boarder 21y b OH, parents b OH
", Helen E., boarder 8/12 b SC, fa b NC, ma b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Chicago, Jefferson Twp., Cook Co., IL; ED 1497 SH 19B; 4263
Sunnyside Avenue (appears at least 3 families reside there)
BATTLE, David M. B., head, rents home for $5/month, owns a radio set, does
not reside on a farm, 28y b NC, parents b NC, married first at age 17,
", Mable A., wife 33y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 22
", Helen E., dau 11y b SC, fa b NC, ma b OH
", Eugene E., son 6y b OH, fa b NC, ma b OH
1938 - Van Wert Co. Real Estate Transfers. "Mabel Foor Battle to S. L. Exline, one-sixth interest in 312.5 acres, section S-17, Liberty twp." [The Lima News, Lima, Ohio, March 6, 1938]
DOD/POD: SSDI shows a Mabel Battle b 11 May 1897 d Jan 1975; last known residence, Chicaco, Cook co., IL.
__ | |--Starla Rene FOOR | |__
NAME/DOB/POB: State Medical Board of Ohio. Licensed as a massage therapist, graduating April 2002 from Dayton School of Med. Massage. Resides in Wapakoneta, Ohio, practices at Trade Winds Day Spa in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Ohio license original issued July 2002.
Unknown if FOOR is her married or maiden name.
_Wilbur W. FOOR _+ | |--Virginia FOOR | |_Hazel A. FRY ___
NAME: Listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Virginia Hoffman, of Decatur, in brother Donald's May 2010 obituary.
_William FORE _ | |--Daniel L. FORE | |_Agnes ________
CENSUS: 1850 Rabun Co., GA - district 556, p 331.
FORE, William 46y farmer b NC
", Agnes 38y b NC
", Elizabeth 17y b NC
", Martha J. 15y b NC
", Daniel L. 13y b NC
", William 11y b NC
", James 9y b NC
", Margaret 8y b NC
", Patience 6y b NC
", John 5y b NC
", Sarah 4y b NC
", Humphrey 3y b NC
", Agnes 1y b NC
__ | |--Guy Clifton FRIDLINE | |__
NAME: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co.,
Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 218. Buried 2nd addition, part 1, lot 2 S 1/2,
grave 4. Years only.
Death certificate image. Guy Clifton Fridline, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died in auto in Springfield, Clark Co., Ohio, Aug. 29, 1936, aged 44y 1m 19d, from an internal hemorrhage from pyloris ulcers. Contributory cause was diabetic and insulin shock. Married to Hazell Fridline. Occupation was Field Supt. for Ohio Fuel Supply. Born July 10, 1892 in OH to Samuel Fridline b OH and Marybelle Ensminger b OH. Informant was Harry J. Fridline of Ashland, Ohio. Buried Carroll, Ohio, Augut 31.
_Julio GARCIA __________ | |--Annabelle GARCIA | |_Michelle Lee GUILLAUM _+
NAME/DOB: From Madeline Foor Guillaum via Jan. 2011 email.
__ | |--Edward GARLOCK | |__
LOCATION: 1953 - Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Replogle were Mr. and
Mrs. William Foor and son Joe of Everett R. D., Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foor and
family of Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Showalters and son of Altoona, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Garlick and two sons of Pittsburgh, and Charles McIlnay? of
this place. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, May 9, 1953]
_Charles Ordel GLICK _+ | |--Karl E. GLICK | |_Fannie B. SANDS _____+
NOTE: A Karl E. Glick b 21 Mar 1902 d in Whitehall, Franklin Co., Ohio 3 Dec 1986. Same Karl?
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH, district 52, visit 96 (National Archives and Records Administration. Ohio 1910 Miracode Index. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Data indexed from National Archives and Records Administration):
GLICK, Charles O., husband, 37 b OH
", Fannie B., 32, wife b OH
", Neal C., 12, son b OH
", Karle E., 8 son b OH
CENSUS 1920; Market Street, Carroll, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 144/152
GLICK, Charley, 46 b OH; parents b OH; house carpenter
", Fannie, wife 41 b OH; parents b OH
", Nyle, son 21, single b OH; laborer [--?--]
", Karl son 17 b OH
_Heinrich GLICK ____+ | |--Zeno GLICK | |_Sara Sally PETERS _
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Amanda Township, Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, April 1992, p 58.
DOM/POM: "Zena Glick" and Manda M. "Bolengaugh" marred in Lancaster Nov 15th; in November 22, 1866 issue of the Lancaster Gazette, "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V 1, 1826-1873, Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, 107.
"Mr. Glick was married in 1867 to Miss Amanda M. Bollenbaugh... their union being blessed with six children: Harry U., Mary A., Albert P., Frank M., Anna M., and Fannie E.", HISTORY OF COLUMBUS AND FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO, Vol. 1, William Alexander Taylor, Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909, p 808.
DOD/POD: Ohio Historical Society's online death index; V 3159, Cert. 2454
CENSUS: 1860 Amanda, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 133
GLICK, Henry 62y farmer b PA
", Sarah 63y b MD
", Edmund 22y farmer b OH
", Zeno 19y farmer b OH
KENT?, Ephraim 19y laborer b OH
GLICK, Elizabeth 18y domestic b OH
", Luther 10y grandson b IN
CENSUS: 1870 Amanda, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 125/125
GLICK, Henry, 72y infirm b PA
", Sarah, 73y keeping house b MD
", Zeno, 28y farmer b OH
", Amanda, 25y helping mother b OH
", Henry, 2y b OH
", Mary 9/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 34/34
GLICK, Zeno, 38y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b MD
", Amanda, 36y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Harry, 12y son works on farm b OH
", Mary (or Marg?) 10y dau assists at home b OH
", Albert, 9y son at home b OH
", Frank, 7y son at home b OH
", Annie, 4y dau at home b OH
", Fannie, 1y dau at home b OH
GLICK, Sarah, 83y grandmother, widowed, keeping house b MD, parents b MD
GRUB, Sarah, 18y servant b (no listing for where she or parents were born)
CENSUS: 1900 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 5B
GLICK, Zeno, head, b July 1841, 58y b OH, fa b PA, ma b MD, farmer
", Manda, wife b Jan? 1843, 47y b OH, parents b OH
", Bert P., son b Feb 1871, 29y b OH, farm laborer
", Frank, so b Sep 1873, 27y b OH teacher
", Anna, dau b ? 1876 24y b OH
", Fannie E., dau b ? 1879 21y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH - visit 179
GLICK, Zeno, husband 69 b OH, mar 43y, parents b PA
", Amanda 64 wife b OH, had 6 ch 4 living, parents b OH
", Anna M 34 dau b OH
", Fanny E. 31 dau b OH
1916 - Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary. Married half a century, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Glick of Canal Winchester celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday with their six children and families as guests. The Glicks formerly resided at Cedar Hill in Fairfield County. The middday dinner was served at tables centered with masses of yello chrysanthemum and favors of the same yellow blossoms were given. Both Mr. and Mrs. Glick are in splendid health. The children and grandchildren present included Mr. Harry U. Glick and family, Mr. Charles W. Glick and family of Marcy, Mr. Howard W. Walters and family, Mr. Albert P. Glick and family and Mr. Frank M. Glick and family of Columbus; Miss Fannie E. Glick of Canal Winchester. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Glick, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Glick, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Leist, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Glick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason, Miss Frances Mason of Circleville, Mr. Felix Swope, Lancaster, Mrs. Jessie Brandt and Miss Mary Glick of Canal Winchester. [Lancaster Daily Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 17, 1916]
CENSUS: 1920 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; visitation 160/168
GLICK, Zeno, 78y b OH, fa b PA, ma b MD, no occ.
", Manda M., wife 75y b OH, parents b OH
", Fannie E., dau 42y single b OH, parents b OH, no occ.
"Zeno Glick, who has led a busy and active life as a farmer in Fairfield county, has for the past two years lived retired in a beautiful home in Canal Winchester and the rest which he is now enjoying is well deserved. He was born in Fairfield Co., Ohio in 1841, of the marriage of Henry and Sarah (PETERS) GLICK, both of whom were born in 1796. The Glicks are of German descent and are related to ex-Governor Glick of Kansas... "Zeno Glick was reared and educated in the county of his nativity and remained with his parents until the time of the Civil war, when, as above stated, he went to the front and did valiant service in defense of the Union cause. At the close of hostilities he returned to his home in Fairfield county and cared for his parents in their last days, being the youngest of the family. For many years he engaged in general farming and stock-raising and met with excellent success in his undertakings, so that he is now able to live retired from all business cares. Two years ago he left the farm and removed to Canal Winchester. where he erected a fine, modern residence. and here he expects to spend his remaining years.
Mr. Glick was married in 1867 to Miss Amanda M. Bollenbaugh, who was also born in Fairfield county in 1844. Their union has been blessed with six children: Harry U., Mary A., Albert P., Frank M., Anna M., and Fannie E. All were educated in the public schools and Frank M. has graduated in law. Mr. Glick is a republican in his political views but he has never been active in politics, preferring to do his duty as a private citizen. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and his life is lived in harmony with his professions. His success has come to him not as the result of any fortunate circumstance but is the outcome of his own energy, labor and perseverance, directed by an evenly balanced mind and by honorable business principles." [Centennial History of Columbus and Franklin Co., Ohio, V 1 & 2, Taylor, Clarke Publishing, 1909, p 807-808.]
Death certificate image. Zeno Glick, Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, retired farmer, married, died Jan. 18, 1920 of broncho pneumonia, aged 78y 6m 9d, born July 9, 1841 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Henry Glick b PA and Sarah Peters b MD. Buried in Amanda Twp. Cemetery Jan. 20.
__ | |--Eleanor Ellen GORMELY | |__
DOD: Mick Foor via August 2000 email.
MAIDEN NAME: From online cemetery records of Louisa Co., IA GenWeb site. Years only.
1850 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH census, p 117
16/16 John L. * FORE 39y farmer b PA
Ellen 33y b PA
Joseph 14y school
Isabella 12y school
Elizabeth 7y school
Louis 5y school
William 2y school
CENSUS: 1860 Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA, p 40/918
FORE, John S., 50y farmer b PA
", Ellen, 45y b PA
", Isabel, 21y b PA
", Elisabeth 16y b PA
", Lewis, 14y b PA
", Albert, 12y b PA
", Laura 8y b IA
", Henry, 4y b IA
CENSUS: 1870 Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA, visitation 39/39, p 444
FOOR, John L., 62y farmer b PA
", Ellen 54y keeping house b PA
", Lewis R., 23y day laborer b PA
", Alferd? W., 21y RR hand b PA
", Laura E., 15y assists in home, b IA
", Henry, 13y works on farm b IA
CENSUS: 1880 Wapello city, Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA, p 2 (or 22), taken
June 21st, 1880
FOOR, Ellen, 64y widowed, keeping house, b PA, father b Ireland (mother's location of birth left blank).
", Laura, 24y dau, seamstress, b IA, parents b PA
", John H., 22y son, farm laborer, b IA, parents b PA
_Thomas Carl HARCLERODE _+ | |--Mark HARCLERODE | |_Rocele KRUG ____________
NAME/PARENTAGE: From Jil Loewit via August 2007 email.
_Jonas HARTMAN ___+ | |--Harriet HARTMAN | |_Sarah HOFFHEINS _+
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 21. Sponsors: Magdalena Huber.
_William HARTMAN _+ | |--John T. HARTMAN | |_Sarah Jane HOY __+
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 5, vis 45/47
HARTMAN, William 35y farmer b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah, 31y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Mary A., 11y dau at school b OH
", John L., 10y son at school b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Marion Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 39 Sh 13A p 239
HARTMAN, William, b Jan 1845, 55y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 34y, dairyman
", Sarah J., wife b Aug 1843, 57y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
[HASTHAR], Flampark?, daughter? Brother?, female b July 1879, 20y b OH, parents b OH, dairy laborer
HARTMAN, John T., son b Apr 1870, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 6y, dairyman
", Druie, daughter-in-law b mar 1872, 28y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 living
", William S., son b Oct 1897, 2y b OH
NOTE: The name "Hasthar" looks as if it was crossed out after written, OR, the single line was placed there FIRST indicating that the surname preceding it on previous columns would be the same, in this case, "Hartman". Then where it specifies the relationship of the individual, it looks as if both "Daughter" and "brother" were once written there -- it's hard to tell which one was the last. The sex is 'female', but then the occupation is dairy laborer making me believe it's more likely to be a male.
In 1910, it appears that John had by then divorced his wife Druie, and Druie and his child are residing with his mother.
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 117 Ward 7 SH 4B
B---ck, Della M., head, 32y divorced b OH, parents b OH
HARTMAN, John, lodger, 40y divorced b OH, parents b OH, wagon driver, milk company
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ward 3 SH 11A ED 63
BRINK, Della, head, 42y widow b OH, parents b OH
HARTMAN, John, lodger, 49y married b OH, parents b OH, driver, milk co.
LOCATION: 1926 - listed in mother's January 1926 obituary as "survived by one one daughter, Mrs. Alice Coffman of the home, one son John Hartman of Columbus...".
CENSUS: 1930 Jackson Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 185 SH 8A p 249
HARTMAN, John, head, owns home worth $4000, owns a radio set, does not live
on a farm, 59y b OH, parents b OH, no age listed for age at first marriage,
", Della, wife, 52y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 23
CONOVER, George, lodger, 6y b U.S., parents b in U.S.
LOCATION: 1933 - listed as surviving husband, John t., in Della Maude's March obit.
DOD/POburial: Name listed as John T. Hartman, 04/21/1870 - 07/12/1933, father William Hartman. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2006, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio. Further info shows he was buried July 14th, died of Encelphalitis lethorgia-influenza, buried in section 92, grave 249, lot owner John T. Hartman. Parents listed as William Hartman and Sarah "Roy" [sic]. Born in Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH. Funeral director was Wylie S. Shroyer.
Death notice: John Hartman, 63, 3985 Jackson pike, complications, Wednesday. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, July 13, 1933, p 2A]
Death certificate image. John T. Hartman, 3985 Jackson Pike, Jackson twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, died July 12, 1933 aged 63y 2m 22d, widower, born April 21, 1870 in Lithopolis to William Hartman b OH and Sarah Hoy b
_Samuel HOFFHEINS ____+ | |--John Henry HOFFHEINS | |_Martha Jane WHITZEL _
NAME/DOB/DOD/SPOUSE/PARENTAGE: Via email with Wanda Myers of Sunnyside, WA; Jan. 2000.
Is listed as a surviving sibling in sister Susannah (HUFFHINES) BRIDGER's obituary. She died 05 Mar 1916. "John Henry Huffines, of Kansas".
_Isaac HUMMELL _________+ | |--Solomon W. HUMMELL | |_Mary Magdaline MILLER _
Mentioned in father's 1884 partition records as "Solomon Hummell and wife Mary of Hancock Co., OH", "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 57.
DOB: From Ginny McSween via October 2000 email.
DOB/DOBap: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield county chapter OGS, 1994, p 23. "Salomon Hunnal", b 19 Oct 1833 bap 2 Feb 1834, sponsors were parents which were listed as "Efron & Magtalena Hunnal".
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 89/86
HUMEL, Solomon 27y farmer b OH
FELLERS, John R. 19y farmer b OH
", Lehr, 42y b OH
", Peter W. 17y b OH farm laborer
", Chloe 14y b OH
HUMEL, Mary 21y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH, visitation 104
HUMMEL, Solomon 57y farmer b OH, $3000 real estate, $800 personal estate
", Mary 31y keeping house b OH
", Clifford E., 9y b OH, attended school
", Edson Adolph[us?] 6y b OH, attended school
", Lilly Dale, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; ED 182 p 22B
HUMMEL, Solomon, 45y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Mary L., 41y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Clifford E., 19y son, farm laborer b OH
", Edson A., 16y son b OH
", Lilla D., 12y dau at home b OH
NAME: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom
Township,, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 44.
DOD/POD/POBurial: Info posted in rootsweb.com gedcom submited by Craige Kieffer, Dec. 2006.
Death certificate image. Solomon Hummell, Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, Nov. 6, 1914 aged 81y 17d, bronch pneumonia, farmer, widower, born Oct. 19, 1833 in Ohio to Isaac Hummel b PA and Magdalina Weller b PA. Informant was E. Hummell of Findlay, Ohio. Buried Findlay Mausoleum Nov. 8.
__ | |--Cleo D. HUNTER | |__
CENSUS: 1930 - Van Buren Avenue, Lancaster city, Lancaster twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 37A ED 13
BAYER, Carl, head, owns home worth $1500, does not live on a farm, 36y b IL, parents b Germany, married first at age 29, laborer, dairy
", Cleo, wife 30y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 23
", Margaret, 5y b OH, fa b IL, ma b OH
", Norma J., dau 2 1/12 b OH, fa b IL, ma b OH
", Verlin, son 9/12 b OH, fa b IL, ma b OH
1953 - real estate transfers: Carl and Cleo Bayer, to Paul and Jeanne Bayer, lot 20, Jefferson. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, May 14, 1959]
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Cleo D. BOYER rather than BAYER in cemetery inscription book. Full dates. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 72.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Cleo H. Bayer, died at home in Fairfield Co., Ohio, at age 64, 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.
OBIT: Cleo H. Bayer, age 64, Carroll, Ohio, Thursday. Leaves husband, Carl; 3 daughters, Mrs. James Kilbarger, Lancaster; mrs. Ray Lumbert, Columbus; mrs. David LaPoint, Puerto Rico; 5 sons, Verlin, Lancaster; Paul of Carroll; Bob and James of Columbus; Maurice, Lincoln, Neb.; 4 sisters, Mrs. Josephine Loy, Mrs. Myrtle Waugh, both of Columbus; Mrs. Della Ellis, Mrs. Hazel Conrad, both of Lancaster; 3 brothers, Floyd Hunter, and Merle Hunter, Lancaster; Guy Hunter, Laurelville; 25 grandchildren. Fmaily wil receive visitors at Grimes-Fiser Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Friday, where service will be held Saturday 2 p.m. Interment, Betzer Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 20, 1963, p 5B]
_Thomas Richard IMBURGIA _ | |--Kourtney IMBURGIA | |_Dawn C. FOOR ____________+
Births: Thomas Richard Imburgia, III, Feb. 25, to Thomas Richard Jr. and Dawn Imburgia, Naperville. Brother of Kristin and Kourtney. Grandparents, Robert and Emily Foor, Taylorville; barbara Imburgia, Naperville. [Daily Herald, Chicago, IL, March 27, 1992]
DOB: From zabasearch.com.
_Marcus M. KENDALL _+ | |--Fannie KENDALL | |_Ruth A. ___________
CENSUS: 1900 Jennings Twp., Crawford Co., IN
KENDALL, Mar? M., head, b Apr 1844, 56y b IN, mar. 34y, fa b IN, ma b OH, tinner.
", Ruth A., wife b Nov 1843, 56y b IN, had 9 ch 9 living, parents b KY
", Della, dau b Aug 1876, 23y b IN
", Elmira, dau b Mar 1884, 16y b IN
", Fannie, dau b May 1886 14y b IN
_Martin Jacob KERNS _ | |--Emma P. KERNS | |_Philena KIGER ______+
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle precinct, Fairfield Co.,OH
KERNES, Martin J., 30y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Philena, 31y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Arthur E., 9y son b OH
", George E., 7y son b OH
", Otis W., 6y son b OH
", Erlie E., 4y daughter b OH
", Emma P., 3y dau. b OH
", James M., 1y son b OH
_Jesse H. KIGER _____+ | |--Anna KIGER | |_Margaret HALDERMAN _+
In May 1886 issue it mentions that Annie was the eldest dau of Jesse H. and Margaret Kiger, and wife of George T. Williamson. She died at home in Bluffton, IN, on May 15th. DOM 06 Sep 1880. Survived by husband and 4 small ch, parents, 1 sister and 1 brother. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 17.
CENSUS: 1860 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH
KIGER, Jesse H., 31y b OH, farmer
", Margaret, 28y b OH
", Christean E, 6y b OH
", Emma F., 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 271/273
KIGER, Jesse, 41y b OH, farmer
", Margaret 39y keeping house b OH
", Annie, 16y at school b OH
", Emma, 14y at school b OH
", Luther 9y at school b OH
", Christian, 81y without occupation b NJ, male
DOB/DOD: Years only 1853-1885 (obit shows 1886), Anna K. Williamson, age 32, Wells Co., IN Genweb website.
_John KIGER ___________+ | |--Ivan KIGER | |_Elizabeth BOLENBAUGH _+
"Partiction record abstracts" as published in Fairfield Trace, Fairfield Co. OH Gen Newsletter, May 1992 p 22 -
Page 195 - 1903 Iven Kiger d 21 Oct 1893. Widow was Margaret Crist Kiger
Clark. Iven m Margaret Crist, d/o Samuel Crist on 17 Oct 1872. Ch: Josia A., w/o H. E. FOOR, Della Kiger, Oscar Kiger.
DOB/DOD/POB/POD/POBurial: From Marguerite Crist Calvin, January 1999, via
DOM/POM: IGI Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages 1869-1880; Batch M514353.
Names shown as Margaret R. Christ and Ivan S. Kiger.
CENSUS: 1880 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 27B
KIGER, Iven, 29y b OH, farmer, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Maggie, wife 26y b OH, keeping house, parents b OH
", Josie A., dau 4y b OH
", Alice D., dau 2y b OH
1903 - partition record - Iven Kiger died October 21, 1893. Widow was Margaret Crist Kiger Clark. Iven Kiger married Margaret Crist, daughter of Samuel Crist, on October 17, 1872. Children: Josei A., wife of H. E. Foor; Della Kiger; Oscar Kiger. "Partition Record Abstracts, V3, 1900-1940 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 2006, p 7.
_Friedrich KILLITS _ | |--John Fredrick KILLITS | |_Mary Ann ARNOLD ___+
"In the next house lived Martin Bailey, one of the many sons of William Bailey, Sr. He bought and sold country produce for a living. He had two sons and several daughters. One of the daughters married John Killets, son of Frederick, another the son of the writer". "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 31. [The last portion of the paragraph doesn't make sense, and someone has, on my copy even underlined the words 'the son of the writer' and put a question mark in the margin].
DOM/POM: IGI Batch M514353, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Marriages 1869-1880. Names
shown as Washington Alspach and Sarah E. Decker.
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 739/748
KILLETTS, Fred, 38y farmer b PA
", Mary A. 37y b PA
", William 16y farm labor b PA
", Morris 14y b PA
", John 7y b PA
", Sarah 5y b PA
", Catharine 3/12 b OH
", Charles 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 75/78
KILLITS, Frederic 50y wagon maker b PA
", Mary A., 48y keeping house b PA
", William, 26y sewing machine agt b PA
", John, 18y apprentised to painter b PA
", Sarah, 14y helps mother b PA
", Charles, 12y attending school b OH
", Mary, 10y attending school b OH
", Henry, 8y attending school b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 197 p 18B
KILLITS, John F., 26y painter b OH, parents b PA
", Emma, 22y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Fred, 2y son b OH
", Henry 3/12 born in March, son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, precinct E, ED 131 SH 8B, 19th ward
KILLITS, John, head, b Oct 1852, 47y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 23y, tinner
", Emma, wife b Nov 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, house keeper, had 4 ch 4
", Fred, son b Apr 1878, 22y b OH, painter
", Ray, son b Mar 1880, 20y b OH, painter
", Fannie, dau b Nov 1885, 14y b OH
", Maria, dau b Jul 1893, 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; Ward 12 SH 1B ED 181
KILLITS, John F., head, 57y b PA, parents b PA, tinner, buildings, married once, married 33y
", Emma E., wife 52y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living
", Charles, R., son 30y single b OH, tinner, buildings
", Fannie E., dau 23y single b OH, stenographer
", Eva M., dau 16y b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as John F. Killits, V #2773 Cert. #76834. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.
Death certificate image. John Fredrick Killits, Jr., of 35 E. Duncan died Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Nov. 10, 1918, aged 66y 21d, married to Emma Killits. Born Oct. 19, 1852 in PA to John Fredrick Killits b PA and Mary Ann Arnold b PA. Informant was Emma Killits of same address. Buried Union Cem., Nov. 13.
_Charles Dickens KISTLER _+ | |--Pearl V. KISTLER | |_Nola P. PIERCE __________
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 10A
KISTLER, Charles D., head, owns home, resides on a farm, 43y b OH, parents b
OH, farm operator, married first at age 20
", Nolia M., wife 39y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 19
", Margaret J., dau 14y b OH
", Clara L., dau 11y b OH
", Edith E., dau 9y b OH
", Pearl V., dau 4 ?/12 b OH
", Pauline M., dau 2 ?/12 b OH
__ | |--Maria Loretta KOCH | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Garfield Twp., Harper Co., OK; ED 6 SH 5B
WILSON, C. C., head, 39y b KS, first married at 24, parents b OH, farmer
", Marie L., wife 34y b KS, first married at 20, parents b Germany
", Herald C., son 14y b OK
", Margaret, dau 12y b OK
", Merle R., dau 10y b OK
(note: it definitely spells out "Kansas" for place of birth of C. C.)
DOB/DOD/POBuial: Name listed as Marie L. Wilson, 1894-1986, Harper Co., OK GenWeb tombstone transcriptions. Does not say that her name is on same stone or beside any other Wilson.
__ | |--John F. MEANS | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Mahala Rarick and John F. Mears, Sept. 8, 1870, book A-1 p 146 [marriages posted to the Kendall Co., IL GenWeb website, 2007]
CENSUS: 1880 Saunemin, Livingston Co., IL; ED 119 p 24D
MEANS, John, 32y farmer b VT, parents b VT
", Mahalla, 28y wife keeping house b OH, parents b (left blank)
", Francis, 9y dau at school b IL, parents b OH
", Jennie L., 6y dau at school b IL, parents b OH
", Leda, 2/12 dau b IL, parents b OH
__ | |--John Fred MEKO | |__
DOM/POM: Michigan marriage images at familysearch.org. John F. Meko, 41y of Toledo, Ohio, electrician b OH to C. J. Meko and ___ Shankey. Hattie L. Fore, 42, of Toledo, Ohio, b NY to Frank Morton and ____y Wallace. Both married once before. Married June 16, 1924 Monroe, MI.
CENSUS: 1930 Monclova Twp., Lucas Co., OH; visitation 38, sheet 2A
MEKO, John, head, owns home worth $1500, does not reside on a farm, 48y b OH, millright, steel stamping shop
", Hattie, wife 48y b NY, married first at age 19, fa b OH, ma b NY
", Frank C., 4 9/12 b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY
", Anna T., dau 2 3/12 b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY
FORR, Lucy F., stepdaughter 20y b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY
Death certificate 15723 image. John Fred Meko, Lincoln Street, Swanton, Fulton Co., Ohio, died after one week in Wauseon Hospital, Wauseon, Fulton Co., Ohio, Feb. 28, 1950, aged 65y, married, born July 10, 1884 in Ohio to Charles Meko and Irene Shikey. Occupation was sweeper for railroad valve gear manfg. Informant was R. S. Buhl. Buried March 3, 1950 in Amboy Twp. Cem., Fulton Co., OH.
__ | |--Richard Noel "Dick" MILLER | |__
OBIT posted on the funeral home website. DOB from website.
MILLER Sr. Richard Noel "Dick" Miller, Sr ...and Jesus said, "I go to prepare a room for you." A room was made ready for Richard Noel "Dick" Miller Sr. on Friday May 9, 2008. He peacefully departed this life at his residence in Lancaster, Ohio and now resides with his Heavenly Father.
Those waiting to greet him were his mother, Mary Caroline (Zultz) Miller, his father Melvin Frank Miller Sr., his sister Louanne Spaulding and a son Gary Lee Miller (stillborn).
Dick was a WWII Army veteran, a retired Sales Manager for General Tire, member of St. JohnEvangelicalLutheranChurch, Lithopolis and an avid OSU fan.
Survived by loving wife of 44 years Jean; children Scott (Christine) Miller, Sandra (Harrie) White, Sherri (Victor) Kean, Denny Walls and Richard N. Miller Jr.; grandchildren Jim, Tammy (Sean), Mindy, Cyndi (Nick), Matt, Anthony, Jason, Garrett, Kaitlin, Conner, Sadie, Mic, Ethan and Sunni; nine great-grandchildren; brother Melvin F. "Bud" (Barbara) Miller Jr.; nieces and nephews and many dear friends.
Funeral service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday May 13, 2008 at St. JohnEvangelicalLutheranChurch, 133 W. South St., Lithopolis, Ohio43136, where the family will receive friends from 11:30 a.m. until the time of the service.
Pastors William C. Lavely, Joe Wolf and Bud Miller Jr. officiating. OSU attire welcomed.
Interment to follow at LithopolisCemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. JohnLutheranChurch or FairHope Hospice in Dick's memory.
_Isaac MILLAR _ | |--Sarah MILLER | |_Susan DECKER _
[T14119] NAME/DOD: From "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 357. See notes on father.
__ | |-- MITCHELL | |__
_Jacob NOTHSTEIN __+ | |--Charles M. NOTHSTEIN | |_Mahalia SPANGLER _+
BIRTH/BAP: "Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German Reformed Congregations of
the Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co. OH", Fairfield Co Gen Society, 1993, p 42. Sponsors: mother. Name spelled Charles M. Nothstein; parents listed as Jacob & Mahalia Nothstein.
NOTE: Not with family in 1880 census. He may be one of the 2 deceased children mentioned in mother's 1910 census record (10 ch 8 living).
_Henrich PFLUGER _ | |--Adam William Henry PFLUGER | |_Susanna SNYDER __+
NAME/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 40.
DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 292. Name spelled PFLUEGER.
"On the same cross street, to the south, lived Herr Pflueger with his wife,
two sons, and a daughter. The boys, Adam and Henry, were my constant
companions. Adam was two years older, and Henry my own age. We passed
through school together, but when such learning as was possible in the
Lithopolis schools was acquired, then our lives separated. Adam graduated at
the Lutheran Capital University and became later a professor there. Henry
studied medicine and took up a practice, I believe, in Michigan." "THE
VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 24.
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 319/309
FLAGGER, Henry, 50y weaver b Waldeck Ger.
", Susanna, 40y b OH
", Adam, 9y b OH
", Henry, 7y b OH
", Mary, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Marion Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 38 SH 30B
PFLUGER, Adam, head, b Nov 1851, 48y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, professor of English
", Margaret A., wife b July 1853, 46y b PA, parents b Germany, mar. 22y, had 7 ch 7 living
", Luther, son b Aug 1879, 20y b OH, clergyman
", Charles W., son b Feb 1881, 19y b OH, at school
", Edwin B., son b June 1883, 16y b OH, at school
", Jesse P., son b June 1888, 11y b OH, at school
", Martin T., son b Feb 1892, 8y b OH, at school
", M. E. Mable, dau. b Jan 1895, 5y b OH
", J. E. Henry P., father b Mar 1810, 90y widow b Germany, parents b Germany, immigrated in 1845, naturalized, in U.S. 55y.
"The seven children of "Adam" William Henry Pflueger and Anna Margaret Oehlschlaeger were John Henry "Luther" who married Anna Caroline Pauschert, became a Lutheran minister and eventually a professor at Luther Seminary, Regina, Sashatchwan, Canada and is buried at Oakridge, Tennesee. Charles William married Emma Elizabeth Volkmar of Westerville, Ohio. Charles was the first full time minister of the church my wife and I attend, Saint Paul Lutheran, Westerville, Ohio. Charles also founded Grace Lutheran, Westerville, where I was baptized and my wife and I were married. In 1916 Charles was called to lead the Lutheran outreach which was to become Lutheran Social Services in Columbus, Ohio. He served until his death in 1946. He and Emma are buried at the Saint Paul Cemetery on Walnut Street, Westerville, Ohio.
The third son Edwin Bernard married Helen Ada Schuh the daughter of another noted Capital professor. He became a Civil Engineer and helped to build the Panama Canal. They had three children, Theodore Loy, Mary Margaret and Ruth Elisabeth. Theodore Loy "Ted" participated in the Battan Death March and was a much decorated World War II hero. Ted was a genealogist and his work forms the basis for much of my work. Upon the death of his first wife, Edwin married Helen Irene Brazada.
The fourth son of Adam, George Alfred married Elsie Ann Berg of Richmond, Indiana. He was a Lutheran minister in the Sandusky County, Ohio area. The couple had four daughters: Margaret Anna, Alice Louise, Martha Elizabeth and Ruth Frieda.
The fifth son of Adam, Jesse Philip was the overacheiver in the family. He married Myrtle Alma Mauderer a Cajun descendent from New Orleans, Louisana. Upon graduation from Capital Seminary, he decided to become a missionary. To make himself a valuable missionary he attended medical school and received a Medical Doctorate specializing in tropical diseases. He took ship to India, but World War I broke out and the ship returnded to Seattle, Washington. There he physically built and founded a Lutheran Church. Some years later, he was called to become a professor of Theology at nearby Pacific Lutheran Seminary. At Pacific Lutheran he served as Team Physician for all of the schools sports. In his spare time he headed the counties Civil Defense, which being near volcanic Mount Rainier, must have been a time consuming effort. Jesse and Myrtle had six children: Jesse Philip Martin, Jr., Wilhelm Adam "Bill", Henry Gerhard "Gary", "Merle" Robert, Raymond Edwin, and Marilyn Myrtle. I am told that he was an outstanding, memorable professor. The school saw fit to name a large dormitory in his name. The couple are buried at Mountain View Cemetery in Parkland, Washington.
The sixth son was Martin Theodore "Mart" who made a career in the United States Army. Unfortunately Uncle Mart never married.
The seventh child was my grandmother, Mary Elizabeth "Mabel" who was actually born in the families apartment in Lehmann Hall, Capital University, Bexley, Ohio. Mabel grew up in the dormitory but when it became time to attend college she could not attend Capital as it was an all male school. She attended nearby Otterbein in Westerville, Ohio to become a teacher. As her brother, Charles, was a minister in Westerville she resided with him.
Mabel attended Charles and Emma's church, Saint Paul Lutheran and there she met a tall farm boy neighbor, Charles Grover "Charlie" Wurm. The couple married at Saint Paul and had eight children, the oldest being my father, Charles Donald "Don". The seven younger children are: Arthur Eugene "Art", Dr. Melvin Adam "Mel or Doc", Ray Richard "Ray", Eloise Virginia "Eloise", Mary Jane, Theodore Irvin "Ted" and Betty Anne.
This is part of the Pflueger family history which I have been blest with. Shelly, I would be interested in your connection?" [From a message board post on ancestry.com dated Oct. 29, 2008]
CENSUS: 1910 Dinsmore Twp., Shelby Co., OH; ED 137 Sh 1A
PFLUEGER, Adam, head, 58y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, married 2y, clergyman, pastor of cong.
", Alice, wife 54y b OH, parents b OH, had 0 ch 0 living
", Martin, son 18y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Mable, dau 15y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
SOVER----, Otto, boarder, 31y single b OH, parents b Germany, teamster
CENSUS: 1920 Green Creek Twp., Sandusky Co., OH; ED 84 SH 5
PFLUEGER, Adam, head, 68y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, Lutheran Clergyman
", Alice, wife 62y b OH, parents b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Adam Pflueger, V #3493 Cert. #5371. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.
"Adam was the proud owner of a dog he had named Wasser. The dog came to an untimely end. The whole gang sympathized with Adam as he mournfully placed Wasser in a box, carried him to the depth of the Miner woods, and there buried him under the foliage of a huge whiteoak. My cousin, Arthur Kramer, one of the gang, furnished a doggerel, long remembered among the boys, perhaps because of it's little sense. 'Alas! Alas! poor Wasser, Adam weeps, while Wasser sleeps beneath the whiteoak tree'. "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 25.
Death certificate image. Adam Pfluger died Jan. 18, 1921 in Clyde, Sandusky Co., Ohio, aged 69y 1m 22d, married to Alice Pflueger, carcinoma of stomach. Minister. Born Nov. 21, 1851 in Lithopolis, Ohio, to John Henry Pflueger b Germany and Susan Snyder b Fairfield Co., Ohio. Buried Lithopolis Jan. 24.
__ | |--Walter RICE | |__
__ | |--Daniel RODEBAUGH | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Sylvania Twp., Lucas Co., OH; ED 178 SH 19B
RODEBAUGH, Daniel, head, owns home worth $2000, owns a radio set, does not
live on a farm. 59y b OH, parents b MI, married first at 53, janitor, cement
", Lettie, wife 39y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, married first at age 33
", Floyd, son 22y single b OH, fa b OH, ma b in U.S., laborer, coal yard
NOTE: Obviously the "age at first marriage" is incorrect, and was most likely the number for the age they were when they were married to each other.
Death certificate 11955 image. Daniel Rodebaugh, Sylvania Twp., Lucas Co., Ohio, Feb. 17, 1940, aged 69y 8m 8d, watchman for cement co. Married to Lettie Rodenbaugh. Born June 9, 1870 in Dark[e] Co., Ohio to Solomon Rodebaugh b unknown and Trypheus Burk b unknown. Informant was Floyd Rodebaugh. Buried Ravine Cem., Feb. 21.
__ | |--Sophia ROSSOW | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 40. Years only.
DOD/POD: "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1937", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org. Name listed as Sophia Anders, V 8451 Cert. 28085.
CENSUS: 1880 Waterloo, Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 31/31
ANDRES, Fred, 30y farmer b Machlenburg, parents b same
", Sophia, 25y wife keeping house b Machlenburg, parents b same, can't read
", Minnie, 4y dau b OH
", John 1y son b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 111, miracode index only
ANDERS, Fred, 60y b Germany
", Sophia, 53y b Germany
CENSUS 1920, Slough Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 163/165
ANDERS, Frederick L. 69 b Germany, parents b Germany
", Sophia, wife 65 b Germany, parents b Germany
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, page 1B
STEBELTON, Herbert, head, rents home for $10/month, doesn't live on a farm,
44y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 21, carpenter.
", Mary, wife 46y b OH, parents b Germany, married at age 23
ANDERS, Sophia, mother-in-law, 75y widow b Germany, parents b Germany
"Farm Willed to Widow - the farm of Frederick Anders, late of Bloom Twp., is
willed to the widow of the deceased, according to the will admitted to
probate today. The son Henry Anders is to manage the farm". [Lancaster Daily
Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 4, 1929]
Death certificate image. Sophia Anders, Darbyville, Pickaway Co., Ohio, April 10, 1937 aged 82y 2m 7d. Widow of Fred Anders. Born Feb. 3, 1855 in Germany to Frederick Russo b Germany and Crystal Smith b Germany. Informant was Russell Stebelton of Darbyville. Buried Betzer Cem., April 13.
__ | |--John RUSSELL | |__
"John Russell married early in life and became the father of a fine family of sons and daughters. Among those was Joseph A., who was born in Virginia, and when a boy removed with his parents to Ohio, where he grew to manhood, married Miss Jemima C. Eckhart, and became the father of Elias, of our sketch. The Eckhart family was originall from Germany, and its later representatives became prominent in the early settlement of Ohio." Portrait and biographical album of Champaign County, Ill. : containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county : together with portraits and biographies of all the governors of Illinois and of the presidents of the United States.. Chicago: Chapman Bros., 1887, p 842.
_John SAMS ____ | |--Harriet Virginia SAMS | |_Rachel MYERS _
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 36
PARENTAGE: From Hazel Barton Brambley via Jan. 2002 email.
MAIDEN NAME: Listed in husband's obituary.
CENSUS: 1880 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; p 280A or 21.
SAMS, John W., 59y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Rachel, 56y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Martha C. M. 18y dau b PA
FOOR, Augustus C., 24y son-in-law works on farm b PA, parents b PA
", Harriet [C.?] 23y dau b PA
", Arthur B., 6/12 grandson b in Dec., b PA
LYSINGER, E. Catherine 38y niece, teacher b PA, parents b PA
LOCATION: 1895 - "On Nov. 25, 1851, Mr. Sams married Miss Racheel Myers, a daughter of George and Catherine (Enslow) Myers, late of East Providence. She was a woman of many Christian virtues and a consistent member of the Lutheran church. She died July 22, 1895, in the 77th year of her age, leaving two children, namely: Harriet V., wife of Augustus Foor, of East Providence township; and Martha M. C., who has charge of her father's household". Biographical review. . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. Biographical review. : containing life sketches of leading citizens of Bedford and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania.. Boston. Biographical Review Pub. Co.. 1899, p 131.
CENSUS: 1900 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SD 13, ED 11, SH 6B, enumerated June 13th
FOOR, Augustus C., b May 1856, 44y b PA, parents b PA, mar 20y, farmer
", Harriet O., wife b Oct 1856, 43y b PA, parents b PA; had 5 ch, 5 living
", Arthur B., son b Dec 1879, 20y b OH, farm labor
", Margaret R., dau b Nov 1880, 19y b PA
", John R., son b Aug 1882, 17y b PA, farm labor
", Charles M., son b Sept 1884, 15y b PA, farm labor
", Elvira/Elmira E., dau b Feb 1889, 11y b PA
CENSUS: 1910 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 132/136, ED 10
FOOR, Augustus C., head, 53y married once, mar 30y, b PA, parents b PA,
", Harriet, wife, 53y b PA, parents b PA, had 5 ch 5 living
[Next residence is that of Charles M. Foor, 24]
__ | |--Alexander SHOEMAKER | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Clay Twp., Ottawa Co., OH; p 137
SHOEMAKER, Absalom, 35y farmer b OH
", Rabecca, 33y b PA, can't read or write
", Delilah, 10y b OH
', George, 8y b OH
", Alexander, 5y b OH
", Eliza, 3y b OH
", Allen, 4/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Violet Twp., Fairfield co., OH, p 347
SHOEMAKER, Alexander, 24y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah J., 23y keeping house b OH
", Georgiana 1y b OH
", Martin V., 2/12 b OH
", Mary A., 13y attending school b IA
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 20
SHOEMAKER, Alexander, 35y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Sarah J., 32y wife keeping house b OH; parents b NJ
", Georgiana, 11y dau at home b OH
", Martin V., 10y son at home b OH
", Elmer A., 2y son b OH
ANDREWS, Mary, 38y sister-in-law, widowed, housework b OH; parents b NJ
CENSUS: 1900 Perkins Twp., Erie Co., OH; ED 39 SH 7A p 184
SHOEMAKER, Alexander b Mar 1845, 55y b OH, parents b PA, married, mar. 31y, inmate of the Ohio State Soldiers and Sailors home.
CENSUS: 1910 Perkins Twp., Erie Co., OH; ED 51 SH 7A p 28; Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home
SHOEMAKER, Alexander, 65y widow b OH, parents b PA
Death certificate image. Alexander Shoemaker, Troy Twp., Delaware Co., Ohio, died Jan. 13, 1916, aged 70y 10m 10d, laborer, b March 3, 1845 in OH to Absolum Shoemaker b unknown and Rebecca King b OH. Informant was Martin Shoemaker of Columbus, Ohio. Buried Marlborough cem., Jan. 17.
Daughter Laura Shoemaker (shown in 1900 census with wife) was born March 21, 1884 and died Feb. 20, 1905 and is buried at Green Lawn Cem. Alexander's wife is also buried there.
__ | |--George SITCH | |__
[T63384] NAME: Info submitted Oct. 2003 by Wendy Gardner to gencircles.com.
_Sandy Van TIMS ___ | |--Christopher Van TIMS | |_Julie Laree FOOR _+
DOB/POB/PARENTAGE: Parents listed as Sandy Van Tims and Julie Laree Foor. Ancestry.com. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Texas. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997. Microfiche. Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas.
2008 - listed as a surviving son, Christopher Tims and his wife, Renee, of Newport, Ark., in mother's June 2008 obituary.
_Adam Perry WAGNER _____ | |--Archie WAGNER | |_Susie Virginia MILLER _
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13B
WAGNER, Adam, head, b Sep 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, mar 20y, farmer
", Susie, wife b July 1863, 36y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Archie, son b July 1883, 16y b OH, farm laborer
", Daisy, dau b Sep 1891, 8y b OH
LOCATION: 1918 - name listed as Archie Arlington Wagner, age 35, born 29 July
1883 of 1719 Broadway, Lorain, Ohio, occupation "stewart" for the Lorain
hotel on 654 Broadway, nearest relative is wife Nora B. Wagner, medium height
and build, blue eyes, dark hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft
Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005.
__ | |--Lawrence R. WANDEL | |__
Lawrence R. Wandel
Lawrence R. Wandel, 77, of Ashland, died Saturday, Sept. 13, 1997, at Kingston of Ashland from complications associated with Parkinson's disease.
He was born Aug. 25, 1920, in Lodi to Forest F. and Edna Robison Wandel. Mr. Wandel was a 1938 graduate of Homerville High School. He retired from Kroger Co., where he was a meat cutter. Mr. Wandel was an area farmer for many years and a former member of the Lion's Club. He was a Protestant by faith.
Mr. Wandel is survived by daughter and son-in-law, Bonnie and Robert Wall of Old Hickory, Tenn.; sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald E. "Bud'' and Joan Wandel of Armada, Mich., Stephen E. Wandel of Ashland and Gary L. and Dana Wandel of Coconut Creek, Fla.; 10 grandchildren; brothers and sisters-in-law, Donald G. and Betty Wandel of Sullivan and Forest Jr. and Leona Wandel of Homerville; and sisters and brother-in-law, Letha Slarb of Willard, Ohio, and Doris and Osborne Black of Nova, Ohio.
He was married March 20, 1971, to Ann J. Foor Wandel, who preceded him in death July 1, 1989. Mr. Wandel was also preceded in death by a daughter, Patricia F. Luttreu in October 1990.
Service: 1 p.m. Wednesday at Homerville Grace Brethren Church. The Rev. Robert Holmes will officiate.
Burial: Ashland County Memorial Park.
Visiting hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Van Hove Funeral Home, 308 Claremont Ave., Ashland.
Name: ANN J WANDEL's SSDI info: Last Residence: 44805 Ashland, Ashland, OH Born: 20 Apr 1923 Last Benefit: Died: Jul 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: OH (Before 1951 )
__ | |--Charles WILL | |__
NAME/DOB/POB/Spouse/DOD/POD/POBurial: Info from the website and research of Ric Tobin, Alexandria, VA; used with permission, Sept., 1999.
DOM/POM: His 1873 marriage (Fairfield Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1869-1880, FHL Batch M514353) shows he married an "Elizabeth Prepler". I'm sure the double letter 's' in the old handwriting was misread for the letter 'p'. PRESSLER appears to be Elizabeth's prior married name as there's a step daughter named PRESSLER residing with them in 1880.
CENSUS: 1880 Amanda twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 38D
WILL, Charles, 46y carpenter b PA, parents b PA
", Elizabeth, 38y wife keeps house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", David, 21y son, huckster, b OH, parents b OH
", Luther, 19y son, laborer, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Maud, 7y dau, at home, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Lloyd, 1y son, at home, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
PRESSLER, Ellen, 20y step dau, assists at home, b OH, parents b OH
The 1880 census would indicate that wife Elizabeth was married before to a PRESSLER who was born in OH and possibly died before this census was taken. That would mean the Elizabeth in the census is not Elizabeth Kesler, and because of the large gap between the ages of children, Maud and Lloyd may be from the union of this Elizabeth and Charles, and that the mother of the other children died sometime after the birth of Luther, abt. 1861, and child Maud, abt. 1873. There is an Elizabeth who matches this description in the cemetery book.
NOTE: The death certificate for child Isaac Luther Will shows he was married to Colista Steward and was the child of Chas. Will b PA and Elizabeth Kesler b OH. He was buried Feb. 5, 1930 in Dutch Hollow cem.
_George W. WILLIAMS _ | |--Malinda D. "Lindy" WILLIAMS | |_Rachel A. LUKER ____
DENNIS Malinda L. ''Lindy'' Dennis, age 92, of Carroll, died Monday, February 4, 2002 at Crestview Manor Nursing Home. Born August 16, 1909 in Carroll to the late George W. and Rachel (Luker) Williams. She was a 1929 graduate of Carroll High School. She was a retired bank teller at Bank One (formerly Canal Winchester Bank). Member of David Evangelical Lutheran Church, Carroll and Lancaster Senior Citizens, Carroll Garden Club and had served on the Carroll School Board. Preceded in death by her husband Thurlston Dennis in 1983 and brothers Carlton and Ray Williams. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, Don and Sue Dennis, Carroll; grandson, Bruce and Susan Dennis, Lancaster; great-grandchildren, Heather and Eric Dennis, and Kamron Ryan. Friends may visit 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 1 p.m. Thursday with Pastor Roger Lawrence officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery. Friends who wish may contribute to David Evangelical Lutheran Church, 300 Groveport Pike, Canal Winchester 43110 in her memory. [COLUMBUS DISPATCH, February 5, 2002, News B06]
DOB: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 82.
__ | |--John W. WOLFE | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sh 4B
WOLF, John W., head, rents for $12/month, resides on farm, 50y b OH, parents b OH, married at 36y, farm laborer
", Annie B., wife 45y b OH, parents b OH, married at 29y
", Arthur R., son 9y b OH
", Dorothy I., dau 7y b OH
Death certificate image. John Wilson Wolfe, Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, a resident of community for life, died Feb. 18, 1944 aged 63y 8m 5d, born June 13, 1880 in Pickaway Co., Ohio to John Wolfe b OH and Rose Ellen [Wertman?] b OH. Informant was H. Defenbaugh of Circleville, OH. Buried Maple Hill. Married to Anna B. Huffer? who was 57 or 59.
_Enos ZWAYER _____+ | |--Harley Milton ZWAYER | |_Anna M. CORMANY _+
DOB/POB: Name listed as Harley N. Zuayer, 23 Aug 1878, Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio, parents Eniz Zuayer and Annie Carmany. Pickaway Co., Ohio, probate births, FHL Batch C546348.
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH - visitation 19/19
ZWAYER, Enos, 29y farmer, b OH, parents b PA
", Ann, 33y wife, keeping house, b OH, parents b PA
", George, 12y son (all ch b OH)
", Elmer, 11y son
", Ida, 10y dau
", Lilly, 9y dau
", Edward, 6y son
", Harlan, 1y son
CENSUS: 1910 Groveport, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, visitation 335/331
ZWAYER, Harley m., head, 31y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Iva H., wife, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar 6y, had 3 ch 2 living
", Leda J.?, dau 5y b OH
", Florence M., dau 10/12 b OH
LOCATION: 1918 - Draft Registration Card - name listed as Harley Milton Zwayer of Pataskala, Licking Co., OH. Born August 23, 1878, age 40. Farmer. Wife Iva H. Zwayer. Medium height and build, blue eyes, dark brown 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.
CENSUS: 1920 Jersey Twp., Licking Co., OH; sheet 7B
ZWAYER, Harley M., head, 41y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, farmer
", Iva H., wife 40y b OH, parents b OH
", Leola W., dau 14y b OH
", Florence M., dau 10y b OH
LOCATION: 1927 - listed as a surviving son, Harley, of Johnstown, Ohio, in mother's Oct. 1927 obituary.
Death certificate image. Harley Zwayer died April 9, 1945 of coronary thrombosis at White Cross Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, resided in Johnstown on Maple Ave., Licking Co., Ohio. Married, wife Olive Zwayer age 59. Died aged 66y 7m 16d, born August 23, 1878 in Pickaway Co., Ohio, to Enos Zwayer and Mary Ann Cormney listed as both born in Pickaway Co., Ohio. Occupation was a buffer for Technical Rubber Co. Informant was Olive Zwayer of Johnstown. Buried April 12, 1945 in Lithopolis Cem.