__ | |--Edith | |__
__ | |--Indiana | |__
MAIDEN NAME: Listed as Indiana Carl on daughter Anna Matilda Walls' death certificate.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Morgan Co., OH; visitation 537
FLEMING, Edward, 40y blacksmith b VA
", Indiana, 39y b VA
", Lucinda 13y b VA
", Patrick 11y b VA
", John W., 9y b VA
", Susanna or Lurana, 7y b VA
", Mahlal A. 5y b VA
", Martha, 8/12 b OH
CARROLL, Susana?, 20y b VA
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 38
FLEMMING, Edward, 50y blacksmith b VA, $150 personal estate
", Indiana, 48y b VA
", James, 21y farm laborer b VA
", John W., 19y farming b VA
", Lurana, 17y b VA
", Martilda A. 15y b OH
", Martha S., 10y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Clear Creek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 89
WALTERS, Henry, 38y keeping house b OH, $500 real estate, $400 personal est.
FLEMMING, Indiana, 58y keeping house b VA
", Edward 60y day laborer b VA, $250 personal estate
WALTERS, Franklin, 12y attending school b OH
", Edward 10y attending school b OH
", Charles E., 5y attending school b OH
__ | |--Linda | |__
__ | |--Margaret | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 195. Page 373, "Margaret, wife of Robert"
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1458
CURRY, Robert 67y farmer b KY, $2750 real estate
", Margaret 68y b PA
", Elias B. 21y farmer b VA
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom twp, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 18/16
CURRY, Robert, 76y farmer b KY
", Margaret, 76y b PA
", Elias B., 27y farmer b VA
McWILLIAMS, Elizabeth 18y b Ireland
_Jacob ALSPACH _+ | |--Anna ALSPACH | |_Elizabeth _____
DOM/POM: Names listed as Theodore Williamson and Anna Alspach. "Fairfield
County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS,
2005, p 305.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1492
WILLIAMSON, Theodore 25y farmer b OH
", Anna 22y b OH
", Seymore 3y b OH
MILLER, Catherine 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1138/1104
WILLIAMSON, Theodore 36y farmer b OH
", Anna 34y b OH
", Seymore G. 12y b OH
", Malvina E. 7y b OH
", Elnore V. 4y b OH
", Jefferson 1y b OH
MILLER, Catherine 18y domestic OH
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 123
WILLIAMSON, Theodore, 44y farmer b OH
", Anna, 42y keeping house b OH
", Seymore, 22y male farm laborer b OH
", Melvina, 17y attending school b OH
", Elnora, 12y helps mother b OH
", Charley 9y attending school b OH
", Ville E., 5y at home b OH
SCOTT, Catharine, 29y domestic servant b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 203/213
WILLIAMSON, Theodore, 55y farmer b OH, parents b VA
", Anna, 53y wife b OH, parents b PA
", Melvina E., 24y dau at home b OH
", Charles E., 19y son, student b OH
", Villia? E., 16y dau b OH
GREER?, Clara 17y servant b OH, parents b OH
HUMMEL, William, 24y laborer b OH, parents b Baden
The following obituary info was sent in by Judith Flinn via April 2001 email: Her Obituary reads as follows: " Mrs. Anna Williamson, wife of Theodore Williamson, was born June 7, 1827 and died at "Shady Retreat", her home, Hooker, O., December 14th, 1884, in the 58th year of her age.
Serious affliction has been the lot of the family for many months. first, the severe and protracted illness of the youngest daughter soon after which the ever dreaded typhoid fever entered the family, taking hold of another daughter, who lingered for many weeks, a part of the time apparently very near deaths door, just as she entered a condition of convalenscence, the father, Mr. Thoedore Williamson, was stricken down with the typhoid pneumonia, from which he had not fully recovered his strength at the date of his wife's death, being unable as were the two daughters who had been afflicted, to attend the funeral.
The watching and nursing of husband and daughters through all the weary weeks and months proved too much for even a good constitution and rendered Mrs. Williamson a fit subject for the terrible fever that had been so long as a death sentinel in her family, and from which she sank after several weary weeks of suffering."
The obituary says that she was a member of the Methodist Epicopal Church and at the time of her death left a husband and 5 children-two sons and three daughters and a vast circle of friends.
MAIDEN NAME: AFN:21XR-7G9
NAME/PARENTAGE: From Judith Flinn via November 2000 email.
DOB: Judith Flinn shows it as 1827.
_George W. ALSPACH _+ | |--David Daniel Darius ALSPACH | |_Elizabeth ZOLL ____+
DOB/DOBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 27. Sponsors: Parents. DOB shown is 29 Mar 1838
NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE: Via email from Arlene Zoll McLennan, November 2000. Shows name as "David Darius", with dob as 19 Mar 1838
CENSUS: 1850 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 136/136
ALSPACH, Geo. W. 38y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 34y b OH
", Andrew 16y farmer b OH
", David 14y b OH
", Eli 12y b OH
", George J. 10y b OH
", James B. 8y b OH
", Missouri 5y b OH
", Ephren E. 3y b OH
", Priscilla? Jililla? A. 1y b OH
__ | |--Charles Gregg BARRATT | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Atchison, Atchison Co., KS; SH 1A ED 6
BARRETT, Charles G., head, b May 1865, 35y b OH, parents b OH, bookkeeper
", Hattie, wife b Jan 1869, 32y b KS, parents b OH, mar. 9y, had 2 ch
", Russell, son b Jan 1892, 8y b KS, at school
", Norman, son b Oct 1894, 5y b KS, at school
BOLTON, Horace, lodger, b May 1873, 27y single b KS, parents b IL, salesman
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 172 SH 6B Ward 12
BARRATT, Charles G., head, 43y b OH, parents b OH, bookkeeper, insurance office, mar. 19y
", Hattie M., wife 42y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
", [D?]arrell B., son 18y b KS, news boy, paper route
", Norman G., son 15y b KS
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, FrankliN Co., OH; ward 19 ED 167 Sh 2A p 131
BARRATT, Charles G., head, owns home worth $9000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 64y widow b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 24, accountant, life insurance co.
", Belinda B., mother 84y widow b OH, fa b VA, ma b NY, married at age 20
", Russell B., son 38y b KS, passenger representative, air transport
", Minnie D., daughter-in-law 37y b PA, fa b OH, ma b PA
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Charles G. Barratt, 05/04/1866-06/09/1950, father David Barratt. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2006, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio.
Death certificate image. Charles Gregg Barratt resided and died at 3550 Olentangy Blvd., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, June 9, 1950, married, aged 84y 1m 5d. Occupation was secretary-treasurer for insurance co. Born May 4, 1866 in Columbus, Ohio, to Amos Barratt and Belinda Bell. Informant was Mrs. C. G. Barratt. Buried June 12 in Green lawn, Columbus.
_Joshua BARTON _ | |--Mahlon E. BARTON | |_Sarah HOOP ____
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: Fulton Co., PA GenWeb site cemetery database. Shown as Mahlon E. Barton b 21 Nov 1859, d 14 Oct 1940, w/1 Lenora Mellott [shown elsewhere as Eva Lenora], w/2 Jennie Foor; parents Joshua and Sarah Hoop Barton.
CENSUS: 1910 Brush Creek Twp., Fulton Co., PA; ED 47, Sheet 3A
BARTON, Mahlon E., head, 50y b PA, parents b PA, mar. once, mar. 27y, farmer
", Eva L. or S., wife 45y b PA, parents b PA, had 7 ch 7 living
", Ada N., dau 24y b PA, teaching
", Siebery N., son 21y b PA, laborer
", Ella F., dau 19y b PA, teacher
", James R., son 16y b PA
", Cecelia M., dau 12y b PA
", Gwendolene S., dau 3y b PA
LOCATION: 1926 - listed as a surviving brother, M. E. Barton of Fulton Co., in sister Carrie Barton Whitfield's Sept. 1926 obituary.
CENSUS: 1930 Todd Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA; ED 31-50 sh 1A p 103.
BARTON, Roy, head, resides on a farm, 41y single b PA, parents b PA, farmer
BARTON, Mahlon, head, 70y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 24, laborer, odd jobs
", Jennie, wife 68y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 22
Pioneer Historical Society, Bedford, Penna.
Miscellaneous Obituaries Collection
Mahlon E. Barton
Mahlon E. Barton of Crystal Springs died Oct. 15 in Everett at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Lucas. A son of Joshua and Sarah (Hoop) Barton, he was born 80 years ago. His first wife was Lenora Mellott, who preceded him in death; the second, Jennie Foor, who survives, together with these children: Mrs. Lucas, above named; Ralph, Crystal Springs; Mrs. A.E. Deshong, Andover; Celia of Grant's Pass, Ore.; Mrs. Charles Shindel, Wilkinsburg, and Mrs. Gilbert Rice of Tiffin, O. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Francis Deshong of Rt. 2 Everett.
Services will be held this afternoon at 2.30 in the McKendree Methodist Church, Rev. Knox officiating, with interment in the cemetery adjoining.
_Fredrick BACHER _+ | |--David BAUGHER | |_Susana ROUGH ____
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 157. Years only.
"A farm of nearly two hundred acres, which joined the Crumley place was bought by David Baugher about the date of the Civil War. I think he was not directly related to the originators of the Village, but came through another line which had first settled in Greenfield township. The Baugher farmhouse was but a stone throw from the Village, and the family was an integral part of all matters except political. There were four daughters and one son. These were Susan, Celia, Orpha, Alice and Jacob. The latter was a cripple, who walked with difficulty, and his infirmities compelled hime to pass his last several years bedfast." "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 39.
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 329
BAUGHER, David 31y farmer b OH
", Margaret 32y b OH
", Susan 9y b OH
", Cecelia E. 6y b OH
", Jacob 4y b OH
", Almeda 4/12 b OH
", Adam, 11y b OH
BRANDT, Rachael 36y b PA
", Henry M. 30y laborer b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1265
BAUGHER, David 42y farmer b OH
", Margaret 43y b OH
", Susan 19y b O H
", Cecilia 16y b OH
", Jacob 14y b OH
", Orpha, 6y b OH
", Sarah 2y b OH
BAUGHER, Frederick 78y b PA
", Margaret 60y b PA
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 210/216
BAUGHER, David, 52y farmer b OH
", Margaret, 54y keeping house b OH
", Susan, 29y helps mother b OH
", Jacob, 24y works on the farm b OH
", Orpha, 15y helps mother b OH
", Alice, 14y helps mother b OH
TURNER, George 20y farm laborer b OH
1875 - listed on the Bloom township and Lithopolis page is David Baugher, section 7, date of settlement 1818, nativity Ohio, post office Llithopolis, business - farmer. "Combination Atlas Map of Fairfield County, Ohio", L. M. Everts, Philadelphia, 1875, p 103.
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, p 7
BAUGHER, David, 64y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Margaret, 64y wife, keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Susan, 39y single dau., domestic S., b OH
", Jacob W., 35y son, single, laborer b OH
", Orpha, 24y dau., teacher, single, b OH
", Allie, 22y single daughter, teacher, b OH
NOTE: When David's aunt Lydia Bachar died, she died unmarried and the last of
all her siblings. The heirs of her estate, dated in 1872, listed her
deceased siblings and their heirs. The children listed for Frederick Baugher
were: Mary Beck, Susan Hall, heirs of Catharine Brobst, Margaret Hathaway,
Jonas Baugher, Solomon Baugher, David Baugher and Jacob Baugher. Estate
records state that Frederick had died leaving 8 children, one of whom has
died since (must be Catharine Brobst).
_Daniel BECK _______+ | |--Friedrich BECK | |_Maria Anna BACHER _+
NAME/DOB/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 19. Parents listed as Daniel Beck and Maria Knaas. Sponsor was Friedrich Bacher. Paster was J. W. Wagenhals. Note: There is no April 31st, but that's what the church records show.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH - visitation 112/112
BECK, Dan'l 46y farmer b PA
", Mary 40y b OH
", Catherine 18y b OH
", Frederick 20y farmer b OH
", Susan 16y b OH
", Andrew 14y b OH
", Dan'l 12y b OH
", Geo. ? 9y male b OH
", Jesse 7y male b OH
", Henry 1y b OH
NOTE: Family 111/111 was that of Andrew Beck, possible brother.
CENSUS: 1860 Plain City precinct, Cumberland Co., IL, p 94
BECK, Andy, 24y farmer b OH, $100 real estate, $900 personal estate
", Elisabeth, 19y b OH
", Welhest?, 1y male b IL
BECK, Frederic, 30y farmer b OH, $100 personal estate
", Catharine, 28y b IN
", Henry C., (no age listed) b IL
", [James?], 3y b IL
", Mary A., 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Prairie Township, Carroll Co., Ark., p 3
BECK, Fredrick, 41y doctor b OH, $150 personal estate
", Catharine, 36y keeping house b IN, can't read or write
", Henry A., 16y works on farm b OH, can't read or write
", Jonas, 12y b IL, can't read or write
", Mary Ann, 10y b IL, can't read or write
", Matilda E., 8y b IL
", Sarah Ann, 7y b OH
", Solomon, 4y b IL
", Martha Jane 1y b Ark
CENSUS: 1880 Black River Twp., Lawrence Co., Ark.
BECK, Jones, 21y farmer b IL, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Sarah, 20y wife b GA, parents b GA, can't read or write
BECK, Fredrick, 50y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Catharine, 47y wife, can't write, b IN, fa b KY, ma b VA
", Matilda, 19y dau at home b IL
", Sarah, 18y dau at home b IL
", Sol 13y son at home b IL
", James A., 7y son b Ark.
_James E. BILLINGSLEY ___ | |--Hazel J. BILLINGSLEY | |_Mary Lovina FRESHWATER _
CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; precinct C, ED 11 SH 14 A p 315
BILLINGSLEY, James E., head, b July 1839, 60y b OH, fa b MD, ma b OH
", Mary L., wife b Oct 1844, 55y b OH, parents b OH, had 12 ch 10 living,
mar. 46? years
", Nellie, dau b Dec 1878, 22y b OH
", James, son b Feb 1879, 20y b OH
", Burleigh, son b Feb 1882, 18y b OH
", Hazel J., dau b Jun 1884, 15y b OH
_Alfred Clyde BOSWELL __ | |--Alfred Clyde BOSWELL | |_Meldania George FOORE _+
CENSUS: 1900 Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO; ward 5 SH 5B
BOSWELL, Aflred, head, b Nov. 1877, 22y b IN, parents b IN, married 2y,
", Meldania, wife b Nov 1873, 26y b MO, fa b IL, ma b MO, had 2 ch 1 living
", Alfred C., son b Feb 1900, b MO, fa b IN, ma b MO
CENSUS: 1910 Shawnee Twp., Johnson Co., KS., ED 113 Sh 18A
BOSWELL, Clyde, head, 35y b unknown, parents b unknown, traveling salesman,
yeast company, married once, married 11y
", Dana, wife 35y b KS, parents b unknown, had 3 ch 3 living
", Clyde Jr., son 10y b KS
", Martha, dau 8y b KS
", Constance, dau 2y b KS
1918 - New Orleans, LA., draft registration card. Name listed as Alfred Clyde Boswell of 3937 Camp, New Orleans, age 18, born Feb. 23, 1900, works as automobile mechanic for Universal Motor Co., 1330 St. Charles, New Orleans, LA, nearest relative is father Alfred Clyde Boswell of same address, medium height and build, dark eyes, black hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
Boswell: On Tuesday, October 22 1918,at 2 o'clock a.m. Alfred Clyde Boswell Jr. son of Meldania G. Foore and Alfred Clyde Boswell, aged 18 years 7 months, a native of Kansas City, Mo. and resident of this city for the past four years. Funeral Services from the parlors of Baltman Sons Co. 1911-31 Magazine Street, this (Wednesday) Morning October 23 1918 at 10:00 o'clock. [obit sent email; unknown publication and unknown publication date]
_Daniel BOYER _________+ | |-- BOYER | |_Margaretha SHOWALTER _+
[T13574] NAME/DOD/POBurial/Parentage: Infant son of Daniel and Margaret. Death date only. Buried beside Amos Boyer.
_Charles Emmett BOYER ________+ | |--Dorothy Elizabeth BOYER | |_Cora Elizabeth BREITENSTEIN _
DOB: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 55. Shows year of birth only.
Headline: DEATHS & FUNERALS
Publication Date: December 27, 1998
Source: The Columbus Dispatch
CAMPBELL Dorothy E. Campbell age 70, of Carroll, Ohio Friday Dec.
25, 1998 Mt. Carmel East Hospital. Retired secretary at South Central Power Co. after 32 years of service. Member of David Lutheran Church. Survived by husband, Paul; daughters, Cheryl (Jim) Fridley, of Canal Winchester, Bonnie (Ronnie) McCarty, of Carroll; son, Brian (Sharon) Campbell, of Lancaster; 7 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; sister, Rosella Seall of Canal Winchester; Nieces and Nephews. Friends may visit 5-8 p.m. Monday in the DWAYE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St. Canal Winchester where the funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday. Rev. Roger Lawrence officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery. Friends who wish may contribute to David Lutheran Church or Mt. Carmel Hospice in Dorothy's memory.
NAME/POB: V 31775, Cert. 96946. Name listed as Dorothy Elizabeth Campbell. Father's surname BOYER, mother's BREITENSTEIN. Died at hospital, age 70, married. 12 years of schooling. Born in Fairfield Co., Ohio. Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1993-98 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1993-98. Columbus, OH.
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 9A
BOYER, Emmett C., head, owns home worth $440, does not reside on a farm, 42y
b OH, parents b OH, married at 25y, section laborer, railroad.
", Elizabeth C., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH, married at 17y
", Charles M., son 17y b OH
", Mary M., dau 14y b OH
", Robert H., son 13y b OH
", Nellie B., dau 11y b OH
", Rosella A., dau 8y b OH
", Walter B., son 6y b OH
", Esther M., dau 3 11/12 b OH
", Dorothy E., dau 1 4/12 b OH
LOCATION: 1992 - listed as a surviving sister, Dorothy (Paul) Campbell of Carroll in Bernice's May obit.
LOCATION: 1992 - listed as a surviving sister, Dorothy Campbell of Carroll in brother Walter's July obit.
__ | |--Louise Josephine BROCKELMAN | |__
[T133990] NAME/DOM: From husband's March 2010 obituary.
__ | |--J. M. CLARK | |__
_John COLLEDGE ___+ | |--Silas COLLEDGE | |_Margaret HOOPES _
CENSUS: 1860 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 295/296
COLLEGE, John 34y farmer b PA
", Margaret 33y b PA
", William 8y b PA
", Silas 6y b PA
", George 5y b PA
", Louas, 3y b PA
", Jacob 2y b PA
__ | |--William G. COLLEDGE | |__
NAME: From son Elmer's 1955 obituary.
CENSUS: 1900 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; SH 2A p 120
COLLEDGE, Henry, head, b Jun 1836, 68y widow b PA, parents b PA, landlord
", William, son b Mar 1867 33y b PA, parents b PA, farmer, mar. 9y
", Emma, dau-in-law b Dec 1865, 34y b PA, parents b PA, had 2 ch 2 living
", Annie, grand daughter b Apr 1883 7y b PA, at school
", Nora, granddaughter b Apr. 1896 4y b PA
_John COURTRIGHT _+ | |--Effie E. COURTRIGHT | |_Anna MOREHART ___+
CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH ; visitation 452/460
COURTRIGHT, John 33y farmer b OH
", Anna 28y b OH
", Martha J. 9y b OH
", Effie E. 4y b OH
", Hercules 2y b OH
", Christian, 3/12 b OH
", Richard, 21y labor b OH
_Richard Michael COURTRIGHT _+ | |--John COURTRIGHT | |_Elizabeth CAWTHON __________+
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 23/21
COURTRIGHT, Richard, 31y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 31y b OH
", William J.? 9y b OH
", Andrew J.? 7y b OH
", Sarah E., 5y b OH
", John P. or T. 3y b OH
", Almeda 1/6 b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Richland Twp., Wyandot Co., OH; p 22
COURTWRIGHT, RIchard, 41y farmer b OH
", Elisabeth, 41y keeping house b OH
", William, 18y farm laborer b OH
", Jackson, 16y farm laborer b OH
", John, 14y b OH
", Almado, 11y male b OH
", Fernando, 7y b OH
NOTE: There's a John P. COURTRIGHT in Cold Twp., Shelby Co., IL, b 1857 OH, parents b OH, sheet 2A, Shelbyville, Ward 3. Same John?
_Abraham van COURTRIGHT _ | |--Margaret COURTRIGHT | |_Effie DRAKE ____________+
NAME: From the estate of her father, case #432, Fairfield County, Ohio. "Margaret, wife of Walter McFARLAND". See notes on father Abraham Van Courtright b 1748.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 34. "Margaret, wife of Walter". DOB figured from age at death, 32y 8m 22d.
NAME/SPOUSE: Courtright, Dudley Vattier. History of the Van Kortryks or Courtrights. Columbus, Ohio: The F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1924, p 31.
__ | |--John M. CROCKER | |__
LOCATION: 1947 - licensed to wed - John M. Crocker, Six Mile Run, and Jean M.
Foore, Defiance. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Feb. 13, 1947]
_John CUSTER _+ | |--Andrew W. CUSTER | |_Nancy HEDGE _
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 195. Birth year, full death date.
NOTE: There is a Clara N., listed as "daughter of A. W. Custer and S. J." born 1861 died 20 Mar 1862. She would've been born after Andrew died, which could be a feasible possibility.
Andrew is buried in Lot 2, grave 4, Sarah J.'s in lot 2, grave 3, and Clara in lot 2, grave 5.
Page 374 lists his death date as Dec 27, 1860, at 33y 2m 27d. DOB figured from age at death. "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Sarah Jane Green and Andrew Custer, 21 Nov. 1850.
"Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio,
Chapter OGS, 2005.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 49/47
CUSTER, Andrew, 32y farmer b PA
", Sarah J. 33y b OH
", Sarah E., 8y b OH
", Mary L., 3y b OH
__ | |--John C. DOUGHERTY | |__
CENSUS: 1920 Prairie Twp., Randolph Co., MO, ED 141 SH 12b
DOUGHERTY, John E. or C., head, 38y b MO, parents b MO, farmer
", Ethyl, wife 28y b MO, parents b MO
", John Martin, 6y b MO
CENSUS: 1930 Prairie Twp., Randolph co., MO; ED 13 SH 7A p 69
DOUGHERTY, John C., head, 45y b MO, parents b MO, first married at 27, farming
", Ethel, wife 38y b MO, parents b MO, first married at age 20
", John M., son 16y b MO, farming
", William P., son 9y b MO
_Amos ENGLAND ____ | |--Pauline A. ENGLAND | |_Rebecca HUFFMAN _
NAME/DOB: From 1850 census. See notes on supposed father for full census info.
DOD/POD/PARENTAGE: In 1 Jun 1860 issue of the LANCASTER GAZETTE, it mentions that Melville V. ENGLAND, aged 19 years, died on April 24th, and Pauline A. England, aged 15 years, died on June 13th, both in Lithopolis, daus of Amos. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V 1, 1826-1873, Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, p 67.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 57 or 159
ENGLER, Amos, 44y carpenter b OH, $2600 real estate, $1600 personal estate
", Ann, 37y b PA
", George, 16y b OH
", Poline, 15y b OH
", Margaret, 11y b OH
", Rebecca A., 10/12 b OH
BOURN or BOUM, Rosetta 16y b OH
__ | |--Michael Lynn FINNEY | |__
_Lawrence John FOOR _+ | |-- FOOR | |_Marilyn Anne BROWN _+
_Lowell Lavern FOOR _+ | |--Charlene FOOR | |_Irene KNIGHT _______
[T136449] NAME: From an email from Charlene Healy in Nov. 2011. Her entire text was in the subject/header of the message and the message itself was blank. What was in the subject was "my father was lowell lavern. wife irene elizabeth knight. son gary lowell foor.daughter charlene foor (healy). I am interested in hearing from any relatives out there. The family name will end with this generation". I tried writing her back twice; the last time with info on how to respond to my message, but received no further msgs from her.
_Benjamin H. FOOR _+ | |--Christina Elaine FOOR | |_Cathy CLINGERMAN _
NAME/DOB: From herself via Dec. 2006 email. She also confirmed she was the one in the accident, listed below:
This may be the Kristina who was the granddaughter in this article: January 14th issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says "A Bedford County man was killed and four other people -- including the victim's granddaughter -- were injured in a head-on collision on Route 30, east of Bedford. State police said the victim, Benjamin Foor, 60, of Everett, apparently fell asleep while driving about 4:40 p.m. Saturday. His car veered into the oncoming lane, striking a car driven by Kelli Conway, 24, of Wilkinsburg.Christina Foor, 9, who was riding with her grandfather, is in satisfactory condition at Bedford Memorial Hospital".
_Oris Alfred FOORE _+ | |--Dean FOOR | |_Hazel LANDON ______
CENSUS: 1930 Huntington, Huntington Twp., Huntington Co., IN; ED 8 SH 2B
FOOR, Oris A., head, rents home for $14/month, 32y b IN, parents b IN,
married first at age 25, fireman, steam r.r.
", Hazel, wife 26y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 19
", Lela, dau 6y b IN
", Dean? A.?, son 3y b IN
1955 - Rochester - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foor entertained the following at
dinner recently: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Foor, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Foor,
Gridley, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Oris Foor and son and Mr. and Mrs. John Neuer and
daughter, Huntington; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darr, Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. Orlo
Brown and daughter of Plymouth. [Logansport Pharos Tribune, Logansport, IN.,
Aug. 25, 1955].
2010 - listed as one of two brothers that preceded her in death (Dean and Robert) in the September obituary of sister Lela.
_Gerald Eugene "Bones" FOOR _+ | |--Douglas Wade FOOR | |_Lois Jean EBERSOLE _________
DOD: Listed in SSDI as "D. W. FOOR".
Died in a one-car crash in his 1998 Ford Taurus on Newport Road in Leacock Township [Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, PA, 25 Dec 1998 and 24, Dec 1998]
DOM/POM: to Bumpus - Marriage License info at the Harrison Co., MS website. Note: The date of marriage shown is 1/17/1984, and the "date recorded" is 8/12/1994. Performed by Dewey Lawrence, Justice Court Judge.
Publication Date: January 07, 1999
Source: The State Journal-Register Springfield, IL
Obituary: Douglas W. Foor NEW HOLLAND, Pa. -- Douglas Wade Foor, 40, of New Holland, Pa., formerly of Everett, Pa., and Springfield, died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1998, in Pennsylvania.
He was born March 16, 1958, in Roaring Spring, Pa., the son of Gerald
"Bones" and Lois Jean Ebersole Foor. Mr. Foor had been affiliated with the United Methodist Church, was employed as a truck driver with Bob Miller Trucking in Coatesville, Pa., and formerly employed by Donnely Trucking of Williamsville, Heartland Trucking and Curry Coal and Ice.
He was a U.S. Army veteran and member of American Legion Post 0537 of Morgantown, Pa.
Survivors: a daughter, Angela of Des Moines, Iowa; a son, Jacob Dean Foor of Springfield; father, Gerald "Bones" Foor of Everett, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Veryl (Theresa E.) Felten of Breezewood, Pa., Y. Beth Foor of Manns Choice, Pa., and Tina S. Demers of Woonsocket, R.I.; two brothers, John C. (wife, Patricia) and Gerald S. (wife, Tangy) Foor, both of Everett, Pa.
Funeral services were held Dec. 28 at Dalla Valle Funeral Chapel, Everett, Pa., the Rev. John Hodge officiating. Burial was in Union Memorial Cemetery, Everett, Pa.
POD: From Tina Foor Demers via August 2000 email.
NAME: From online site of Kenneth George Chromy, Route 1, Box 16, Ohiowa, NE 68416, and email in August of 1998.
TOMBSTONE: Specifics: Douglas W. Foor, Mar. 16, 1958, Dec. 23, 1998, SGT U.S. Army.
_Blair L. FOOR _+ | |--Jane L. FOOR | |_Ione DIEHL ____
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 33
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 23
(This Jane may possibly be the Jane who was the d/o Blair and Ione (DIEHL)
FOOR. The Jane in that family also married a Ronald FOOR).
_Franklin Edward FOOR _+ | |--Jeffrey S. FOOR | |_Grace LEONARD ________
_Albert James FOOR _+ | |--Marjorie L. FOOR | |_Hazel O. FOOR _____+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 29. Conover shows that Marjorie had the following ch: Thomas Baughman in 1950, David Diehl 1955, Mike Diehl 1957, Dan 1960, Steve 1961. No mention of the father of Thomas Baughman.
CENSUS: 1930 W. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 247/257, SH 12B
FOOR, Albert J., head, owns home worth $2000, resides on a farm, 30y b PA,
parents b PA, married at age 20, farm operator
", Hazel O., wife 28y b PA, parents b PA, married at 18y
", Paul C., son 9y b PA
", Lewis L., son 7y b PA
", Albert K. son 5y b PA
", Marjorie L., dau 3 9/12 b PA
", Dortha, dau 1y b PA
FOOR, Loyd [J.?], brother-in-law, 21y single b PA, parents b PA, farm laborer
_Lawrence A. FOOR _+ | |--Roger FOOR | |_Nellie SWANSTRA __
[T15511] NAME: From info submitted to Ancestry.com by firstname.lastname@example.org.
_Andrew Robert FOOR ___+ | |--Ryan A. FOOR | |_Christine Lynn SMITH _
NAME/DOB/POB: From father Andrew R. FOOR, email 11/1998.
2008 - listed as one of two surviving sons, Ryan and Michael, in father's Dec. 2008 obituary.
_William Albert FOOR _+ | |--Vera Louella FOOR | |_Emma E. SPAHN _______
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 3, 25
DEATH: Social Security death index; shows last known address as Six Mile Run.
CENSUS: 1930 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 5-5 sheet 1A; Hickory Hill
FOOR, Albert, head, rents home, doesn't live on a farm, 52y b PA, parents b
PA, married first at age 28, coal miner
", Emma, wife 48y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 24
", Charles, son 19y b PA
", Clara, dau 13y b PA
", Edith, dau 11y b PA
", Vera, dau 9y b PA
", Arthur, son 8y b PA
", Roy, son 5y b PA
NOTE that Albert shows he was married at 28, and Emma at 24 - that would make
their marriage year be abt 1905. They had two, possibly three children
before 1905. Where is the error?
LOCATION: 1945 - listed as a surviving sister, Vera Foor, at home, in brother Roy's obit.
LOCATION: 1951 - listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Vera Foor in brother William Arthur Foor's obit.
_Henry A. FOOR __+ | |--Vernon S. FOOR | |_Rachel H. FOOR _+
NAME/DOB/DOD: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 7 (Dates differ from ones on stone)
NAME/DOb/DOD/POBurial: Ray's Cove online cemetery inscription alphabetical listing at http://dustisparks.tripod.com/ancestorstones/index.htm, Feb. 2000. DOB shown as 21 Aug 1895, to 04 Nov 1895. "Son of HA and RH Foor".
_Wiley J. FORE _+ | |--William W. FORE | |_Nancy _________
CENSUS: 1870 Cold Spring Twp., Phelps Co., MO, p 8
FORE, Nancy, 43y keeping house b KY, can't read/write
", John, 22y at labor b KY
", George W., 20y at home b KY
", Jame? H.?, 16y male b IN, can't read or write
", Benjamin B., 13y b IN, can't read or write
", Wm. W. 12y at home b IN, can't read or write
CENSUS: 1880 Cold Spring Twp., Phelps Co., MO; p 312B (prior residence is that of William's widowed mother).
FORE, William, 22y b IL, working in iron mine, parents b KY
", Nancy A., wife 23y b MO, keeping house, fa b IN, ma b TN
GIBBS, James T., 5y step son b MO, fa b IL, ma b MO
__ | |--Delores Marie FOURNIER | |__
NAME/DOB/POB/Spouse/DOM: From Theresa Locher, email@example.com, October 1999.
__ | |--Fredrich FUHR | |__
[T38883] NAME/DOB/DOD: Orleans parish, LA Death Index, GENWEB online database, V 76, #1103. Aged 51y.
_Lewis Ludwig GLICK _+ | |--Lewis Monroe GLICK | |_Mary SWANDER _______+
NAME/DOD/POB/DOD: info submitted to LDS by Gordon and Lois Seneff, Pueblo, CO, date unknown. Submission #AF97-108484.
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 39. Name listed as Ludwig Gluck., parents as Ludwig and Maria Gluck. Sponsors were parents.
CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 573/522
GLICK, Mary 34y b OH
", Sylvester 13y b OH
", Levi J. 11y b OH
", Elizabeth E. 9y b OH
", Sarah A. 6y b OH
", Hannah 4y b OH
", Lewis M. 2y b OH
HALL, Christiana 27y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 711/720
GLICK, Mary 42y b OH
", Levi 21y farmer b OH
", Sarah 17y b OH
", Hannah 15y b OH
", Lewis 12y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Cold Spring Twp., Shelby Co., IL - vis 226/225, p 32
GLICK, I. S., 33y farmer b OH
", Orlando, 12y b OH
", George, 10y b OH
", Levi, 8y b OH
", Lewella, 5y b OH
", Mrs., 35y housekeeper b OH
", Charles, 2y b OH
", Wm., 8/12 b OH
", Lewis, 22y b OH
LEIST, Barlew?, 25y b OH, work on farm.
This GLICK also went to Shelby Co., IL where he's found in 1880 Cold Spring Twp., with wife and children.
CENSUS: 1900 Pana, Christian Co., IL, ward 1; ed sd 54, ed 14, sh 14B
GLICK, Lewis M., b Nov 1847, 52y, mar 29y, b OH, parents b PA
", Jane, wife b Nov 1849, 50y b IN, parents b IN, had 4 ch 4 living
", Otto, son b Sept 1871, 28y single b IL, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Walter, son b Dec 1881, 18y b IL
", Glenn, son b Nov 1889, 10y b IL
DOB/DOD: Tombstone photo sent by Jay Thompson 2007. Stone showed "Lewis M. Glick", died [unviewable] aged [unviewable]. Star City Cemetery (old one), Star City, IN.
_Raymond GORDON ___ | |--Deborah Denise GORDON | |_Inez Marie FOORE _+
NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE: From James Wible via January 2001 email.
2008 - listed as a surviving daughter, Deborah Denise Gordan, in mother's March obit.
__ | |--Jonathan H. GROVE | |__
"[J. H.] Grove taught the Village school, I think the intermediate department some years, married Rhoda, the daughter of Joseph Brown, and soon after her untimely death, secured the apointment of Superintendant of the State Capital Building, and, upon the termination of that, never returned to live in the Village. But his son, Frank, was reared by his grandparents, to become one of two of our citizens to enter the Spanish American War, and the only one to return.", "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 50.
CENSUS: 1870 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; 4th ward p 91
GROVE, John H., Supt. State Home, b OH
", Rhoda, 21y keeps home b OH
", Rebecca, 1y at home b OH
", Colund?, 3/12 at home born in OH in March.
RODENFELS, Kate, 16y domestic servant b OH, parents of foreign birth
CENSUS: 1880 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; 6th 2ard, p 231C
GROVE, John H., 38y b OH, live insurance agt., fa b VA, ma b PA
", Elizabeth G., wife 31y b PA, keeping house, parents b Ireland
", Rebecca L., dau 11y b OH, parents b OH
", Frank E., son 9y b OH, parents b OH
", Mattie M., dau 5y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", ---, son 11 months b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
ROBINSON, Elizabeth, 50y servant b IN.
_Monroe HICKLE _____+ | |--Goldie E. HICKLE | |_Anna Eliza MEEKER _+
DOB/DOD/POBurial/Spouse: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 235. Next of kin listed was Marilyn Vanarsdale, niece. Unmarried.
POB: Fairfield County, Ohio probate births, V 5 p 439.
POD: SSDI shows last known address as Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH.
"Teachers Mrs. Clyde Hansley, Sugar Grove, and Goldie Hickle, Lithopolis, were honored upon their retirement in ceremonies with 400 guests attending at Bloom Township Elementary School", 17 May 1957, "50 Years Ago Today" article published 17 May 1997, Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 5 SH 12B
HICKLE, Monroe, head, b Nov/Mar. 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, tilemaker
", Anna E., wife b Aug 1856, 43y b OH, had 4 ch 3 living, parents b OH
", Clyde M., son b Mar/Nov. 1886 14y b OH
", Goldie E., dau b July 1889, 10y b OH
", Hazel M., dau b July 1891, 9y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ed 52, visitation 131, miracode index only
HICKLE, Monroe, 52y b OH
", Anna E., 53y wife b OH
", Goldie E., 19y dau b OH
", Hazel N., 17y dau b OH
", Paul W., 9y son b OH
CENSUS 1920, Brick Church Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, taken January 14 1920, visitation 23/23
HICKLE, Monroe 63 b OH; parents b OH, farmer
", Anna A. wife 63 b OH; parents b OH
", Paul W., son 19 b OH; laborer at farm
", Goldie E. daughter 30 b OH, public school teacher
", Hazel M. dau 28 b OH, public school teacher
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 4A
HICKLE, Monroe, head, rents for $8/month, resides on farm, 71y b OH, parents
b OH, farm operator, married at 25
", Annie E., wife 72y b OH, parents b OH, married at 26
", Goldie E., dau 40y single b OH, teacher, public schools
", Paul W., son 28y single b OH, mechanic at electrical plant
__ | |--Gretchen Ann HOCKMAN | |__
Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio; Thursday, July 8, 2004
HOCKMAN Gretchen Ann Hockman, 57, was called home to her Lord Jesus, while she slept peacefully, Sunday, July 4, 2004, following her courageous 22 year struggle with M.S. She was born July 13, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio, the daughter of Dorothy and Marion Hockman. A 1964 graduate of Canal Winchester H.S., she attended Purdue University and later worked as a computer specialist with North American-Rockwell, The Limited, and other technology firms. She was preceeded in death by her father Marion Thomas Hockman. Survived by her mother; sisters, Cheryl (Terry) Corney and Marian Jo (Hal) Marston; brother, Howard ''Skip'' (Debbie) Hockman; nephews, Christopher and Michael Corney, Andrew Hockman; and nieces, Julie Hoover and Melissa Hockman. Friends may visit 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, 2004, at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 West Waterloo Street, Canal Winchester. The funeral service will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, at David Lutheran Church 300 Groveport Road, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110, with Pastors Roger Lawrence and Lee Gard officiating. Friends who wish may contribute to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Columbus Center, 970 Crupper Avenue, Columbus, OH 43229 or the David Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Interment Betzer Cemetery
_Abraham HOY _______+ | |--Emma N. Miranda HOY | |_Miranda H. CUSTER _+
Name/DOB/DOD/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 240. Died of typhoid. Article in Nov. 25, 1885 issue of Lancaster Gazette mentions that Abraham Hoy of Bloom township lost his wife Miranda, and daughter Emma on the 20th of typhoid fever. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 12.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 178/182
HOY, Abraham, 31y farmer b OH
", Miranda H., 27y keeping house b OH
", Isaac G., 7y attending school b OH
", Emma, 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis precinct, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 1, vis 9
HOY, Abraham, 41y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Maranda, 38y wife, keeping house, b OH; parents b OH
", Isaac [G.?] 17y son at school b OH
", Emma [A.?] 12y dau at school b OH
", Joshua S., 8y son at school b OH
HOY Miss Emma N. Hoy. daughter of Abraham and Miranda Hoy, died at her home. Saturday Nov. 21 1885 at the age of 15 Years, 2 months and 5 days. Her disease was typhoid pneumonia. Emma was greatly beloved by large circle of friends and her death death is specialy keenly felt by the sorrowing father and brothers, following, as it did but a few hours after her mother's death in the same room. The double funeral was a most impressive occasion. and all hearts bled for the desolate home. Two corpses, two coffins,, two hearses were a sight not soon to be forgotten. Rev. S. P. Sreng of Lancaster, Presiding Elder of Columbus district at the Evangelical Association, preached the sermon He was assisted at the obsequies by Rev. J. S. Reinhard, the now pastor of the charge. THE OHIO EAGLE, Dec. 31, 1885, p 5.
_Samuel HUMMEL ____ | |--Sarah Ann HUMMELL | |_Elizabeth SWOYER _+
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH family #1672
HAMMEL, Samuel 27y laborer b OH
", Elizabeth 25y b OH
", Sylvester 5y b OH
", Sarah 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 522
HUMMEL, Samuel, 48y farmer b PA, can't read or write, mother of foreign birth
", Elizabeth, 45y keeping house b OH, can't write
", Samuel, 15y works on farm b OH
", Mary, 21y at home b OH
", 'Jhon', 13y works on farm b OH
", George, 11y works on farm b OH, attended school
", Ella, 3y b OH
", Ida, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Saltcreek Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 2B
GARDNER, Isaac Jr., 29y blacksmith b OH, parents b OH
", Sarah, 30y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", George 7y son b OH
", Myrtle F., 4y dau b OH
", James H., 2y son b OH
", Thomas, 10/12 son b OH, b in July
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 54 SH 1B
GARDNER, Isaac N., head, 59y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 35y, married once, house carpenter
", Sara, wife 59y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 9 ch 6 living
", Nettie M., dau 25y single b OH, stenographer
", Lloyd S., son 20y b OH, chauffeur
", Isaac N., Jr., son 19y b OH, commercial...?
McC?M, Clara, boarder, 19y b MI, parents b MI, machine operator, glove factory
Death certificate 2871 image. Sarah Ann Gardner, 950 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Oh, died Jan. 18, 1916 aged 65y 4m 1d, married, wife of Isaac Gardner. Born Sept. 17, 1850 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Samuel Hummel b PA and Elizabeth Swoyer b PA. Informant was I. N. Ewlin? Gardner Jr., of same address. Buried Green Lawn Jan. 20.
_John ISRAEL _ | |--Sarah C. ISRAEL | |_Margaret ____
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1527
CRIST, Daniel 51y farmer b Ohio, $1400 real estate
ISRAEL, John, 23y farmer b OH
", Margaret 21y b OH
", David 1/12 b OH
", Sarah C., 1/12 b OH
_Benjamin F. KLAMFOTH _+ | |--Bernice Arlee KLAMFOTH | |_Glenna A. CARRUTHERS _
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church,
Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co.
Chapter OGS, 1994, p 36.
CENSUS: 1910 Champaign Co., OH district 13 vis 92
KLAMFOTH, Benjamin 36 b OH
", Glenna wife 33 b OH
", Herbert 12 son b OH
", Bernice 9 dau b OH
", Floyd son 8 b OH
", Merline 5 son b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH; 14 W. Fountain Ave.; ED 8 SH 3B
KLAMFOTH, Benjamin, head, rents home for $35/month, owns a radio set, does
not live on a farm, 56y b OH, parents b Germany, married first at age 22,
real estate agent
", Glenna, wife 53y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 20
", Bernice, dau 29y single b OH, teacher, public school
", Floyd B., son 28y single b OH (something) at a mineral food co.
", Glenna, dau 16y b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Bernice A. Klamfoth, white female, resided in Delaware, Ohio, died at Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware, Ohio on 22 Sep 1988 at age 88, never 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.
___________________ | |--Alessa Jade-Ryann MACEY | |_Amy Jo MCCARROLL _+
[T101691] NAME/DOB/POB: From Grace M. McCarroll via March 2007 email.
__ | |--Twanette Lou MAGLEY | |__
NAME: From online site of Michael Robert Fritsch, 6016 Beaumont Drive, Fort
Wayne, IN 46825-4502, Oct 1998.
DOB: From the Family Tree website of Harry J. Moore, 4600 W. 10th Ave., Denver, CO 80204.
LOCATION: anybirthday.com shows Twanette's name spelled "Twannette" with an Urbana, Champaign Co., OH zipcode.
LOCATION: Listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Roger (Twanette "Toni" L.) Foor of Decatur, IN, in mother Frances D. Magley's Nov. 2001 obituary. Also listed were 5 grandchildren -- one of which was Craig Foor, and great grandchildren -- two of which were "Breenta and Kylie Foor" [obit from the Zwick and Jahn Funeral Home website.]
__ | |--George F. MCNUTT | |__
DOM/POM: Annie A. Dugan, George F. McNutt, July 5, 1893, Madison Co., IN. Book 4 p 480. Madison County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1881 - 1920 Inclusive Vol, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O; Book: 4;Page: 480.
__ | |--Frances MCVAY | |__
DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, familysearch.org; indexed info only, no
image. James A. Crabb b 1874 Lithopolis, Ohio, age 26, Fannie Mcvay, b 1876
Kirkersville, Ohio, age 24, married March 18, 1900, Columbus, Franklin Co.,
Ohio, groom's parents James A. Crabb and Margaret FOor, bride's J. B. Mcvay
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; SH 11A ED 26
CRABBS, James A., head, b Sep 1873 OH, 26y, married 0 years, fa b PA, ma b
OH, day laborer
", Frances, wife b July 1875, 24y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, had 0 ch 0 living.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Fannie Crabbs, wife of James A., 1875-1904. "Volume Two, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Madison Township", Franklin County Chapter OGS, 1981, p 86.
__ | |--Lori A. MELONI | |__
LOCATION: 2005 - listed as surviving daughter, Lori Foor and husband Mike, of Beavertown, in John M. "Sonny" Meloni's Jan. 2005 obituary. John died Jan. 29, 2005 and was born April 23, 1938 in Mount Union, s/o Angelo S. and Kathryn Kosak Meloni of Lewistown. John died at William Penn Nursing Home. [The Sentinel, Lewistown, PA, Jan. 31, 2005]
_Clarence M. MORRIS _+ | |--Lucille MORRIS | |_Ammah L. WINTERS ___
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH - district 53 vis 159
MORRIS, Clarence 32 husband b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Annah, wife 31 b OH, mar 4y, had 3 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Alice F., dau 3 b CO
", Lucille., dau ? b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Miami, Dade Co., FL; ED 30 SH 9A p 218
MORRIS, Clarance M., head, 42y b OH, parents b OH, real estate agent
", Ammah, wife 40y b OH, parents b OH
", Alice Fawn, dau 13y b CO
", Lucile, dau 10y b OH
", Mervin W., son 8y b OH
", Mary Ellen, dau 4 7/12 b OH
WINTERS, Alice, mother-in-law 72y widow b OH, fa b England, ma b VA
CENSUS: 1930 Miami, Dade Co., FL; ED 61 SH 2A
MORRIS, Clarencee M., head, owns home worth $4500, owns a radio set, does not
live on a farm, 52y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 28, contractor,
", Ammah L., wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 27
", Alice F., dau 23y single b CO, teacher, public school
", Lucile, dau 20y single b OH
", Mervin W., son 18y b OH, chauffer, produce co.
", Mary E., dau 14y b OH
", Harold E., son 7y b FL
CARROLL, John E., bro-in-law, 67y b IA, parents b OH, first married at age
27, carpenter, jobbing
", Nettie M., sister-in-law 63y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 23
GREER, Ethel B., sister-in-law 46y widow b OH, parents b OH, first married at
_Reuben NEWKIRK _+ | |--Henry NEWKIRK | |_Mary KEMP ______
"Henry Newkirk, born Jan. 14, 1812, m/1 Nov. 18, 1832, Elizabeth Hempy, who died in Fairfield County, April 2, 1844, aged 31y 6m; he m/2 Mary Ann Barfield and moved to Henry Co., IA; later to Richland Co., Wisconsin, where he died Nov. 23, 1881; eleven children." Original data: Newkirk, Adamson Bentley,. The van Nieuwkirk, Nieukirk, Newkirk family. Philadelphia: Hall of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1934, p 44.
CENSUS: 1870 Westford, Richland Co., WI; p 5 or 743
NEWKIRK, Henry, 58y farm laborer b OH
", Mary A., 45y keeping house b OH
", Edwin 18y at home b OH
", Charlotte, 16y at home b IA, attended school
", Francis M., 12y male at home b IA, attended school
_Jacob PLOTNER _+ | |--Catherine G. PLOTNER | |_Mary MOREHART _+
CENSUS: 1860 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 610
PLOTNER, Jacob 46y farmer b OH
", Mary 38y b OH
", Catherine G. 18y b OH
", Lydia P. 16y b OH
", Elizah 15y b OH
", Anna 14y b OH
", Jeremiah 9y b OH
", Henry C. 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 6
DELONG, Franklin, 30y day laborer b OH
", Catharine, 29y keeping house b OH
", Sarah E., 4y b OH
", Mary A., 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 198 p 12D
DELONG, Franklin, 41y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Catherine, 39y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Sarah E., 14y dau b OH, attended school
", Mary H. or A., 12y dau b OH, attended school
", Ida May, 7y dau b OH, attended school
", John Jacob, 5y son b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1900 Violet Twp., Franklin Co.,OH; ED 22 SH 10A
DELONG, Frank, head, b Jun 1839, 61y b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany, farmer,
", Catharine, wife b Jan 1841, 59y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
", Vinnie, granddau b Jan 1884, 16y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Violet Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 78 SH 18A p 253
DELONG, Franklin, head, 71y b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany, married once, mar. 44y, laborer, odd jobs
", Catharine, wife 69y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living
CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 33 SH 6B
DELONG, Frank, head, 81y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, divorced?, no occupation
CENSUS: 1930 Chicago, Cook Co., IL; 465 Kenmore St., ED 1801 SH 7A p 59
FOOR, Mary A., head, rents home for $800, owns a radio set, 61y widow b OH,
parents b OH, manager, rooming house
DELONG, Kathryn, mother, 89y widow b OH, parents b OH
AHL, Charles R., lodger, 41y b Sweden, parents b same, married,
superintendent building construction
COOK, Edward, lodger, 42y b IN, parents b IN, auto mechanic, married
many more lodgers
"Mr. Plotner, born April 28, 1844, near Lockville, Ohio, was the son of Jacob and Mary (Moreheart) Plotner. He had two brothers, Jerry Plotner, born August 30, 1850, near Canal Winchester, Ohio, who lived in Section 2, Crittenden
Township, and was married to Hettie Porter, and they were the parents of five daughters, one deceased at an early age, Mrs. Joseph (Mary) Scheurich, Mrs. John (Nelia) Butler, Mrs. William (Delia) Klemick, and Mrs. Bart (Inez) Sud-
dith; and Henry Plotner, who lived in this area, was married to Mary Albright and moved to Gowrie, Iowa, and were the parents of eight sons, Edward, Charley (Ross), Oscar, Bill, Ralph, two in infancy, and Walter; and three sisters, Mrs. Oliver (Anna) Donaldson, Mrs. Catherine Delong, and Mrs. Charles (Lydia) Hummel, who later married Henry Root, all of Fairfield
County, Ohio." [PHILO (CHAMPAIGN CO. IL) AREA CENTENNIAL, 1875-1975, ILLINOIS HISTORICAL SURVEY]
Death certificate image. Catherine G. Delong, of Canal Winchester RD, died Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Nov. 10, 1931, widow of Franklin. Born Jan. 8 or 9, 1841 in Greencastle, OH to Jacob Plotner b OH and ___ Morehart b Rockmill, OH. Informant was Mrs. Mary FOOR of 4657 Kenmore, Chicago, IL. Buried Union Grove Cem., Nov. 14.
__ | |-- POLING | |__
_Paul John PRICE ______ | |--Corey Michael PRICE | |_Heather Suzanne FOOR _+
[T24564] NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/POB: From Heather Price via Feb., 2001 email.
__ | |--Loretta PRINCING | |__
[T114844] NAME/DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
__ | |--Verna REICH | |__
NAME/DOB/POB: From daughter Merilyn Lee Foor via Nov. 2001 email.
LOCATION: Nov., 2001 - Altoona, PA - from Merilyn Lee Foor via Nov. 2001 email.
_Milton Theodore SALLEE _+ | |--Albert Leroy SALLEE | |_Sidney BISHOP __________+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD (blank), ED (blank), SH 5A, taken June 6th by Felix Taes, visitation 100/104
SALLEE, Milton, b Apr 1859, 41y b OH, Father b KY, mother OH, mar 15y, farmer, owns farm
", Sidney, wife b Jun 1859, had 4 ch, 4 living, b OH, parents b OH
", Rose, dau 14y b Feb 1886 OH; at school
", Blanch, dau, 11y b Jan 1889 OH
", Minna, dau 9y b Sept 1896 OH
", Albert L., son 1y b Oct 1898 OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 127
SALLEE, Milton, head, 52y, mar 25?y, b OH, parents b OH
", Sidney, wife, 50y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living
", Blanche, 21y dau b OH
", Minnie, 19y dau b OH
", Roy, son 12y b OH <-- is this Albert L.?
1918 draft registration form. Name listed as Albert Leroy Sallee of Can. Winchester, Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 20, born Oct. 15, 1897, farmer for Sean [last name can't read] of Can. Winchester, nearest relative is Sidney Sallee of Can. Winchester, medium height and build, blue eyes, dark brown hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS 1920; County Line Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 195
SALLEE, Milton T. 61 b OH; father b KY; mother b OH; farmer
", Sidney, wife, 60 b OH; parents b OH
", Blanche, dau 28 single b OH
", Minnie, dau 26 single b OH
", Albert L. son 22 single b OH; farm laborer
1940 - listed as a surviving son, Albert L. of Columbus in mother's April obit.
DOD/POBurial: Name listed as "Daddy", "Albert Leroy Sallee" Oct. 15, 1897, Sept. 14, 1943. Tombstone photo submitted by Mary Ann Klein to cemetery website maintained by Leona Gustafson.
Death certificate image. Albert L. Sallee, resided and died in rural Franklin Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, 1640 Linnett. Died Sept. 3, 1943 aged 45y 10m 28d. Married to Irene Sallee who was 43 years old. Born Oct. 15, 1897 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Milton Sallee b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Sidney Bishop b same. Informant was Irene Sallee. Buried Sept. 17 in Union Grove. Occupation was a stationary engineer for Federal Glass.
__ | |--David Michael STORM | |__
_Jesse Leverett TALLMAN _+ | |--Jack TALLMAN | |_Gail FREDE _____________
_John TROST _____+ | |--Johann Carl Friderich Gransen TROST | |_Minnie GRANSEN _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POB/POD: Via email with Diane Mahoney in Feb. 2005.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Minnie Doss and John Trust. Fairfield Co., Ohio, marriages 1869-1880; LDS Batch M514353.
1930 census shows he immigrated in 1851. He was then a widow. Urbana, Champaign Co., IL, p 80 ED 74 SH 6A
NOTE: Although it seems unlikely that John Trost b abt. 1826 is his father [there is a large gap between the birth of John b 1842 and their next child], I've seen other genealogies that show these are his parents, as well as an article that said "My father was crippled in one limb because of a sickness. He was a tailor, a trade he had learned in Germany". [Philo Area Centennial 1875-1975, Philo, IL]. In the 1880 census, his father is listed as 'maimed or crippled".
"John Trost, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Trost, was born in Mecklenburg, Strelitz, Germany, June 9, 1842. When a boy nine years of age he emigrated to America in company with his grandfather, Frederick Anders. Nine weeks were spent in a sale boat in making the voyage across the Atlantic. In speaking about the trip and new country, he said, 'The boat was very crowded. It seems like a large boat -- it had three masts. My mother and father came from Germany later and joined us at Lockport, Ohio. My father was crippled in one limb because of a sickness. He was a tailor, a trade he had learned in Germany. He had people come from as far as Jefferson, Ohio, to buy their clothes. He made my wedding suit.' (The house in which John Trost, Sr., had his tailor shop is still standing and is inhabited in Canal Winchester, Ohio). I started to work on the farms when I was eleven years old. Come the first of March, I always started to move by 'washing'. I generally worked two or three years at one place. I would 'pick out' a colt and break him to ride. I loved horses. By the time I was homesick, I would have a colt trained and I would ride him home for my mother to see. Mr. Weller, a Pennsylvania Dutch farmer in Jefferson, Ohio, taught me how to plow and, as he said, do it right. I was sent to a 'still', where I watched the men making whiskey. The still was run by a (Theodore) Edd Mittoff. i remember the smell of the ground corn mash. I would return from the still with two jugs of whiskey for Mr. Ziegler, for which he paid 35 cents a gallon. Then there was apple butter, made every fall. Cider was cooked down in a large brass kettle, then apple cuttings were added and this often took up into the middle of the night. Many a day I would bind wheat barefooted and then go to a dance at night. Do a hard day's work, then walk 5 or 6 miles to a party. Get there when the party was half over, but that was my fun.
'I cut rails (like Abe Lincoln). One winter I cut 4000. I was paid by the cord at 40 cents a cord. This work was also done for old man Zielger. I brought to Illinois a pair of Morocco leather boots made in Canal Winchester. They cost me two cords of wood. I 'brok' a horse that I sold to Mr. Ziegler for $200 -- a big price, yes, but he was quite a horse. He was a dappled 'dun' color. I called him 'Jim'. I was asked to drive him around the race track at Lancaster. I drove him to a sulky on the fair grounds. Even he knew he was a pretty horse and I was very proud of him.
'I was about 25 years old when the draft (Civil War) was to take me, but my name coming near the end of the alphabet, the war was over before I was called up. Uncle Charles Anders, mother's half-brother, was home from the war, hid in the bed during the day. All I know about him and the war was that he had hs hat shot off. Maybe that scared him and he came home to hide.'
Mr. Trost was united in marriage with Miss Minnie Doss of Canal Winchester, Ohio, in the year 1869, Rev. George Mochel, pastor of the Lutheran church, officiating. Three years after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Trost, with their two daughters, Mary and Alice, moved from Ohio and came to Champaign Co., Illinois, settling on a farm a short distance sough of the village of Philo. Mr. Trost said, 'We left Ohio, you know, because we wanted some day to have a home of our own. The land was too expensive in Ohio, for the men who owned their farms had been there for some time and had become prosperous. In those days we traveled over the 'pike' from Lancaster to the home and, after so many miles, had to pay a toll. We often went in the stage coach over this road, the coaches being painted in various light colors and drawn by four horses.
Mr. Trost brought two horses from Ohio. (A Mr. Conn drove them through to Philo). He bought a mare from Alspah. She was cream colored and worth $150. He brought a single set of harness. They were good leather, with nickel-plated hardware. He traded them to the harness shop man in Philo (a Mr. Mahlone) for a double set. Elijah Plotner helped Mr. Trost on the farm until he was married. They built a crib 12 rails high and 12 feet wide. The roof was made of slough grass. Mr. Ordel, an Ohio neighbor who had come to Illinois before Mr. Trost, met Mr. Trost and his family at Tolono to take them to their new home. Mr. Ordel and Mr. Trost needed a cos and they bought themselves one each in Edgar County. This was their first purchase together. Mr. Trost's cow turned out to be a long-horned wild one. He said, 'She would come at me with her horns and I thought I could stop her with a pitchfork but I couldn't. Uncle George Halberstadt and his four girls came over and we all tried to put her in the stable, but she was too much for all of us. You can bet I sold her -- very soon -- to a George Burton. She was nice and fat and sold well. When I first came from Ohio I was sleeping on some money from my sold in Ohio (I had lived in the Ziegler farm). I used part of the money when Mr. Ordel and I went to Terre Haute and bought some cows and calves. We made this trip on horseback. Mother and I came to Illinois in March, 1872. There was not much to be seen of Urbana then. I remember two buildings of the University at that time. There were no good roads then, but many bad mud holes. On the eighty where we settled, we found only a shelter for our horses made with four poles in the ground and a thatched roof covered with straw. Our 'old house' was already there, built by Mr. Wright and in that Mother and I started housekeeping. Mollie and Alice was all of our family then. The soil in those days was poor and I had to work the lower eighty three or four years before I could plant anything. The old house was boarded up on outside. I weatherboarded it -- plastered it -- and made it more like a home. We had left a new house in Ohio built by Mr. George Ziegler for his son. I brought two sacks of yellow seed corn from Ohio -- Kinney corn it was called -- and we raised it for years in this vicinity. Mr. Copely called me The Buckey Farmer -- the farmer who had straight corn rows. I planted as I plowed -- always in straight rows.
The Trost children born after the folks moved to Illinois were Edward, Lillie, John, Ida, Gertrude, Agnes, Frances, Opal. In 1908, Mr. Trost retired from the farm and went to Urbana, where he made his home at 511 West High Street. Upon coming to Illinois he became actively interested in organizing the present Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Philo, of which he was a charter member.
'I was so discouraged when we first landed -- when our goods came and before we unpacked it, I said to Mother, "Oh, let's go back" -- and I should have done so if it had not been for dear Mother. She said, 'Oh, no, let's stay and try it for a year'. Mother was always happy! How much we owe her! Many times I heard her singing clear to the end of the 80.' [Philo Area Centennial, 1875-1975", ca 1975, Illinois Historical Survey, pp 105-106]
_Tunis WILLIAMSON __+ | |--Elnora WILLIAMSON | |_Sara Ella ALSPACH _+
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 6
WILLIAMSON, Isaac N., 72y father, boarder, widow, b OH
", Tunice, 29y farmer, married, b OH
", Ellen, 22y wife, keeping house, b OH
", Elenora, 6/12 born in Dec., dau, b OH
_Daniel WOODRING _ | |--Maria Margaretha WOODRING | |_Susanna HORNER __
NAME: Mentioned as "Polly, wife of Jacob Slusher" in father's 1823 partition records. "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 4.
DOB: From Onalee Hammitt via email, Dec. 1999 (firstname.lastname@example.org).