__ | |--Clara | |__
__ | |--Sada R. | |__
CENSUS: 1910 Metamora, Fulton Co., OH; ED 1 SH 1A
MUSSER, Frank G., head, 42y b OH, fa b O H, ma b PA, married once, married 23y, laborer, odd jobs
", Sada R., wife 52y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, had 0 ch 0 living
", Elisabeth S., mother, 63y widow married twice, had 2 ch 2 living, b PA, parents b PA
_Elias ALSPACH _____+ | |--Adeline ALSPACH | |_Mahala WHITEHURST _+
DOB: age in 1850 census. For complete census listing, see notes on father Elias.
DOBap: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 29. NOTE: This info is sketchy. Baptismal book lists the person's name as "Edtein Alspach" b 13 Sep 1840, child of Elias. Sponsor is Mahala Alspach.
Married a "Robert S. Brock" Jan. 27, 1861, "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236.
Husband is married to Caroline King in 1870 census.
Death certificate image 50733 for Amanda B. Hartman, died August 18, 1943 at 3:03 p.m. at the Methodist Home for the Aged in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio, a resident there for 3y 11m 27d. Wife of John David Hartman who was 87. Born July 17, 1861 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Robert S. Brock b OH and Adeline Alspach b OH.
_George W. ALSPACH _+ | |--George Jacob ALSPACH | |_Elizabeth ZOLL ____+
NAME/PARENTAGE: Via email from Arlene Zoll McLennan, November 2000.
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
Death certificate image. George J. Alspach died Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio, Oct. 28, 1921, 78y 9m 24d, married, wife Crissey E. Retired farmer, b Feb. 4, 1843 Hancock Co., Ohio, to George W. Alspach b PA and Elizabeth Zoll b PA. Informant was Mrs. G. J. Alspach of Findlay. Buried Maple Grove Cem., Nov. 1.
_Jacob ARNOLD __ | |--Sarah ARNOLD | |_Rachel KRAMER _
PARENTAGE: Mentioned as Sarah, wife of John Bright, in father's partition records.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
_Henry Clinton BAILEY _+ | |--Oril Dwight BAILEY | |_Emma COLE ____________+
DOB/POB: From Fairfield County probate records, V 5 p 439.
CENSUS: 1910 Oklahoma City, OK, ED 225 SH 16B
BAILEY, Emma, head, 51y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 4 living
", Dwight, son 21y single b OH, parents b OH, driver, laundry
", Hazel, dau 18y single b OH, student
LANTZ, Carl, roomer, no age shown, no locations shown
", Katie, roomer, no age shown, no locations shown
BAILEY, A. R., head, 29 or 24y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 7y
", Grace, wife 26y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 1 living, salesman, real
", Wendell, son 3y b OK, parents b OH
MELICK, first name unreadable, sister-in-law, 22y single b OH, parents b OH,
1917 - June 1917 Oklahoma City, OK., draft registration card. Name listed as Dwight O. Bailey, 28, of 406 N. Durland, Oklahoma, OK, born July 14, 1889 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, dry cleaner for Superior Cleaning Co. on E. 6th, has a wife, medium height and build, blue eyes, light brown hair, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
__ | |--David BAKER | |__
 DOM/POM: David Baker and Sarah Swander, Sept. 13, 1866, Shelby Co., OH; FHL Batch M514253 Shelby Co., Ohio probate marriages 1855-1875.
_Edward Vinton BAKER _________ | |--Madge I. BAKER | |_Mildred Josephine VALENTINE _
Madge I. Baker
CARROLL: Madge I. Baker, age 76, of Carroll, died January 4, 2012 at St. Ann's Hospital in Westerville. She was born October 4, 1935 to the late Edward and Mildred Baker. Madge graduated from Carroll High School and retired from S.E.R.S. in Columbus.
In addition to her parents, Madge was preceded in death by her sister, Betty Thomas on August 28, 2011, in Marion, IN.
She is survived by her sister, Mary Lou Brewer of Carroll; niece, Dempsey Brewer of Carroll; nephews, Jim Ellis of Carroll, Ed Thomas of Grove City and Ronald (Susan) Thomas and great-nephew Tyler Thomas of Marion, IN; brother-in-law, Kimbert Thomas of Marion, IN; aunt, Jane (Harold) Pyle of Circleville; and many friends.
Friends may visit Sunday, 6-8 PM and one hour prior to the funeral, at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, OH 43110, with the funeral to be held 10:30 AM, Monday. Interment Betzer Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Breast Cancer, 929 Eastwind Dr., Suite 211, Westerville, OH 43081. in Madge's memory. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com.
Published in the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from January 6 to January 7, 2012
__ | |-- BARRETT | |__
__ | |--Henry BEERY | |__
__ | |--Pauline M. BLACK | |__
Thursday, September 6, 2007; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio.
BLACK Pauline M. Black, age 94, of Canal Winchester, died Wednesday, September 5, 2007, at Mt. Carmel East Hospital. Born August 25, 1913, in Columbus. She earned her teaching certificate during the depression from Capital University, and received her BS from Ohio State University. In 1936 she signed her first contract to teach first and second grade in Lithopolis for $870.75 annually, teaching there for 11 years. She later taught in Canal Winchester for 6 years, Bellevue for 13 years, and Whitehall for 11 years. She only took 2 sick leave days for her own illness ever. After 41 years of teaching she worked for 13 years at Wagnalls Memorial in the children's library. She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Lithopolis, Delta Kappa Gamma Nu Society, O.E.A., N.E.A., Fairfield County Teachers Association, Retired Teachers Association, and Canal Winchester Historical Society. Her hobbies were reading, knitting, cross stitch and traveling. Pauline is survived by her nephew and his wife, Lee and Peggy Smith; their children, Troy (Kelly) Smith, Kelly (Scott) Phillips, Karma (Jan) Wisecarver; and Pauline's favorite grandchildren, Scotty and Kaylee Phillips, Ryleigh and Reid Smith, Vincent, Trace and Beau Wisecarver, all of Canal Winchester; several cousins and many friends. Friends may visit 2-4 and 5-7 p.m. Friday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will follow at 7 p.m., with Pastor Joseph Wolf officiating. Entombment will be later in the Smith Mausoluem at Lithopolis Cemetery. Friend who wish may contribute to St. John Lutheran Church or the Children's Library at the Wagnall's Memorial in Pauline's memory.
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Brick Church Road, Fairfield Co., OH vis 24/24; taken January, 1920
RUNKLE, Albert H. 44 b OH; parents b OH - farmer
", Carrie E. wife 41 b OH; parents b OH
", Katherine C. dau 5 b OH
CORMANY, Myrtle B. sister-in-law 33 b OH; parents b OH - servant
BLAKE, Pauline M. niece 6 b OH; parents b OH
LANTZ, Isaac M., hired man 48, single, b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 14 A
RUNKLE, Albert H., head, owns home, resides on a farm, 54y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 21, owns a radio set, farm operator
", Carrie E., wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 32
", Kathryn O. or C., dau 15y b OH
BLACK, Pauline M., niece, 16y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH. Roll: T627_3065; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 23-6
RUNKLE, Albert, head, 64y b OH, married, 8th grade education, county road supt.
", Carrie, wife 61y b OH, 8th grade education
BLACK, Pauline, lodger, 27y single b OH, 3 years of college, all resided same place they did in April 1935. Public school teacher.
__ | |--Teresa BOEHM | |__
 NAME: From daughter Loretta's cemetery records, "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 231.
_George Washington BROWN _+ | |--Empson BROWN | |_Hester J. _______________
CENSUS: 1860 Lockville, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 391
BROWN, WAshington, 33y farmer b OH
", Hester J., 31y b OH
", Nancy 7y b OH
", Mary M. 4y b OH
", Empson 2y b OH
BROWN, Mary 66y b PA or VA
CENSUS: 1880 Coldwater, Isabella Co., MI; p 17
BROWN, George W., 55y farmer b OH, parents b VA
", Ester J., 52y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Nancy, 26y dau b OH, parents b OH
", Minerva, 19y dau at home b OH
", Jerdana?, 14y dau b MI
", James, 12 son b MI
BROWN, Empson, 22y farm laborer, married within census year, b OH, parents b
", Anna, 17y wife keeping house b MI, parents b MI
CENSUS: 1900 Markey Twp., Roscommon Co., MI; ED 158 SH 7A p 245
BROWN, Empson, head, b Feb 1856, 44y b OH, parents b OH, married, married 21y, farmer
", Sampson, son b Oct 1883, 16y b MI, parents b OH, day laborer
Listed twice in 1900:
CENSUS: 1900 Coldwater Twp., Isabella Co., MI; ED 66 SH 6B
BROWN, Empson, head, b Feb 1857, 43y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 20y, farmer
", Joanna, wife b Oct 1864, 35y b MI, parents b MI, had 9 ch 6 living
", Sampson, b Oct 1883, 16y b MI
", Raymond, son b Dec. 1886, 13y b MI
", Nancy J., dau b Nov 1889, 11y b MI
", Joseph L., son b Feb 1894, 6y b MI
", Frederick O., son b May 1897, 3y b MI
", Perry O., son b Apr 1900, 2/12 b MI
1910 - wife is shown as widowed in 1910 census.
_Dudley BROWN _______ | |--William S. BROWN | |_Mary Jane ANDERSON _
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 46/44
BROWN, Dudley, 37y farmer b OH
", Mary J., 37y b OH
", Elizabeth 16y b OH
", John F., 14y b OH
", Mary, 13y b OH
", George W., 10y b OH
", Keziah/Heziah, 6y female b OH
", Wm. S., 4y b OH
", Maria, 2y b OH
_Henry BUNN ___________ | |--Sarah BUNN | |_Elizabeth A. PONTIUS _
NAME/PARENTAGE: : "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 443. Went to Lafayette, IN.
Info from Jane Hall of New Berlin, WI, via Jan. 2007 email: Sarah Bunn was born 14 Nov. 1818 Franklin Co. - died 15 Mar. 1901 Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., IN - m. James Reed 28 Jan. 1848 Franklin Co., OH.
_William R. CARR _ | |--Edith Arvilla CARR | |_Rebecca FOOR ____+
CENSUS: 1880 Metamora, Fulton Co., OH; p 57A
CARR, William, 50y b NY, laborer, fa b NH ma b VT
", Rebeca, wife 40y b PA, keeping house, parents b PA
", Ethalind, dau 16y b PA, servant, parents b PA
", Colonel, 12y son b MI, fa b NY, ma b PA
", James, 9y son b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA
", Alpha, 7y son b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA
", Emma, 4y dau b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA
", Edith, 1y dau b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Metamora, Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; SH 3A p 3
SHOEMAKER, Fred, head, b Aug 1871, 28y b OH, mar. 2y, parents b Germany, day
", Edith, wife b Mar 1879, 21y b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, fa b NY, ma b PA
", Charles, son b Jan 1899 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Medina Twp., Lenawee Co., MI; ED 77 Sh 5A
SHOEMAKER, Fred, head, 49y b OH, parents b Germany, farmer
", Edith H., wife 40y b OH, parents b PA
", Charles, son 21y b OH, no occupation
", Nicholas F., son 17y b MI, farm laborer
", Ella E., dau 16y b OH
", Elsie M., dau 14y b OH
", Franklin B., son 11y b OH
", Iva L., dau 7y b MI
", Mildred L., dau 6y b MI
DOB/DOD: Cemetery Inscriptions at The Crew Family private website. Years only.
Death certificate image. Edith Arvilla Shoemaker died Sept. 15, 1950, resided and died in rural Lucas Co., Ohio, King Road, box 553 Toledo, Ohio, aged 71y, married, born March 31, 1879 in Metamora, Ohio, to Wm. M. Carr and Rebecca Fore. Informant was Mrs. Clarence Lewis. Buried Amboy Cem., Metamora, OH., Sept. 18.
__ | |--John Allen CLINGER | |__
_John COFFMAN _ | |--Margaret COFFMAN | |_Eliza ________
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 246
COFFMAN, John, 38y cooper b VA, $200 real estate
", Eliza, 37y b VA
", Adeline, 13y b OH, attended school
", Elizabeth, 9y b OH, attended school
", Edward, 12y b OH, attended school
", Margaret, 6y b OH, attended school
", William, 5y b OH, attended school
", Catharine, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 88 or 173
COFFMAN, John, 42y boatman b VA
", Eliza, 41y b PA
", Adaline, 23y b OH
", Edward, 22y boating b OH
", Elizabeth, 18y domestic b OH
", Margaret 16y domestic b OH
", William, 14y b OH
", Melissa, 8y b OH
", Frances, 1y b OH, female
_John COFFMAN ______+ | |--William S. COFFMAN | |_Susannah BARNHART _
CENSUS: 1870 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 219/219, p 28
COFFMAN, William, 45y farmer b OH, $8000 real estate, $1000 personal estate
", Zeriah, 40y keeping house b OH
", Bell, 15y at school b OH
", Frank, 12y at school b OH
", George, 10y at school b OH
", Henry, 9y at school b OH
", Vallandigham, 7y at school b OH
", Cora, 5y at school b OH
", Amos, 3y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lincoln Twp., Caldwell Co., MO; ED 189 p 4D
COFFMAN, Wm. S., 54y farmer b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Zeruah, 51y wife keeping house b OH, parents b VA
", Clara B., 25y dau b OH
", Frank E., 24y son b OH
", Geo. W. 21y son at school b OH
", Henry W., 19y son b OH
", C. L. V., 17y son b OH
", Cora M., dau 15y b OH
", Harvey B., 13y son b OH
", Oron W., 9y son b OH
History of Caldwell CO and Livingston Counties Missouri 1886
William S Coffman (Farmer and Stock-raiser, Post Office Georgeville)
In this sketch of a truly representative citizen of Caldwell County may be
found much of encouragement for the rising generation, and of admiration for
those whose lives may have been passed in a manner similar of that of Mr Coffman. John Coffman, his father, was born in Rockingham CO VA., and when only three years old was taken by his parents to Ohio. In after years he learned the trade of shoemaking and also followed farming up to the time of his death in 1863, at the age of 60. His worthy wife, formerly Miss Susan Barnhart, died in Ohio in 1874. There were eleven children in their family and an item of interest if found in the fact that the combined ages of these persons aggregated 578 years, 11 months and 12 days on Feb 1 1885, last. Their names are here given: William S 59 years 11 months and 3 days, Mariah E 58 years 9 months 15 days, Grace 55 years 10 months 24 days Rebecca 57 years 4 months 28 days Martin 54 years 4 months 19 days, Jesse 52 years 10 months 27 days, Magdalena 49 years 8 months 19 years, Margaret 48 years 16 days, John 45 years 11 months and 16 days, Susannah 44 years 1 month 29 days, Eliza Jane 41 years 7 months 16 days.
William S Coffman was born in Fairfield County Ohio, Feb 25, 1825 and for 52
years he lived on and improved the same section of land upon his birth
occurred. He has always followed farming-working for his father until 23 years old. April 5 1849 he married to Miss Zeruah M Williamson, of the same county as himself. Eight of the ten children born to them are living: Clara Belle was born March 15, 1855; Frank E born October 8 1856, married Miss Kittie J Warder Feb 9 1881, George W born Feb 8 1859, at medical college in Chicago; Henry W., born Dec 3 1860, of the Firm of S.F.& H W Coffman, of Georgeville; Clement L. V., born March 25, 1863; Cora M. born June 6 1865, married to O P Harrisman, January 20, 1886; Amon B born December 16, 1867, and Orin W., born October 16, 1871. Mrs. Coffman father, George W Williamson, was born in Virginia in 1801 and died in Ohio December 10, 1879, aged 78 years old; her mother is still living on the old homestead in Fairfield County, Ohio. Mr. Coffman became a resident of this county in 1876, at which which time he settled on the farm which he now occupies. This is one of the finest tracts of land in this vicinity.
Of the 696 acres which he owns 272 are in Caldwell County and the remainder in Ray County, across the line. All convenient and necessary buildings and
improvements are to be found upon this place. The dwelling, a model of beauty in outward appearance, by its interior indicates the abode of refined and cultured people. The entire farm is under cultivation, well supplied with water, timber, etc., and embraces an orchard 12 acres in extent. Fined graded Short-horn cattle graze upon the excellent grass pastures. Mr Coffman is no policitcal aspirant, preferring to pass his time as much as possible in the company of his family; for eight years, however, he held the position of town trustee.
Himself and wife are devoted, repected members of the Christian Union Church. Mr Coffman is still in the vigor of life and the enjoyment of health. His
beautiful home contains all that wealth cam provide. He is a successful man-some say a fortunate man, though his labors are seen less than their results. In social life he has a host of friends, and his domestic relations is most happy.
OBIT: June 20, 1896 edition. William Coffman was born in Fairfield county in 1825, and died at his home in Cowgill, Missouri, on June 5, 1896. In 1849 he married Zernah Williamson who survives. The family moved west more than 20 years ago. William's son, A. B. Coffman of Cowgill married Matilda Will on June 10, 1896. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V5, 1896-1900", Fairfield County Gen., Society, Jan. 2005, p 12.
_Joseph John CORMANY __+ | |--John W. CORMANY | |_Mary Isabelle COFMAN _+
CENSUS: 1930 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; Carnes Road; p 247 SH 12A
CORMANY, Joseph J., head, 36y b OH, mar. first at age 23, parents b OH,
", Mary [J.?], wife 36y b OH, married at 22y, parents b OH
", Justin C., son 12y b OH
", Donald J., son 9y b OH
", John W., son 1 11/12 b OH
John W. Cormany, age 86, of Columbus, passed away Monday, March 30, 2015 after a valiant fight with cancer. He was born May 22, 1928 in Lithopolis, OH, the youngest child to the late Joseph and Mary Cormany. Upon graduating from Carroll H.S., John gained employment at Nationwide Insurance where he worked until his retirement at age 55. He was a member of Bethel International United Methodist Church and was a man of faithful integrity. He enjoyed traveling and was an avid skier; last on the slopes in March of 2013. John was strong, kind, a very hard worker, a good provider and was committed to his responsibilities. He expressed his love through action and provision. He will be dearly missed by his loving family. In addition to his parents, John was preceded in death by his wife Joan Cormany, daughter Christine L. Cormany, son Jeffrey M. Cormany and siblings Justin, Donald and Verla Cormany. John will be missed by his loving daughters, Beverly J. (Charles) Bryner and Sheila M. (Roger) Ishii; grandchildren, Eric (Joan) Bryner and their sons, Jake and Alex; and Jesse Bryner; nieces and nephews, and several dear, close friends. The memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 4, 2015 at the Bethel International United Methodist Church, 1220 Bethel Rd., Columbus, OH 43220. Pastor Mike Pratt, officiating. Interment Kingwood Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in John's memory to his church or Kobacker House, P.O. Box 600001, Columbus, OH 43272-9802. Arrangements entrusted to SCHOEDINGER WORTHINGTON CHAPEL. Visit www.schoedinger.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Apr. 2, 2015
_John CORMANY __ | |--William John CORMANY | |_Sarah HOFFMAN _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 186, 187.
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 115
CORMANE, John, 43y carpenter b PA, $2,450 real estate, $400 personal estate
", Sarah, 39y b PA
", Oliver, 15y b OH, attended school
", Ann M., 14y b OH, attended school
", Sarah, 12y b OH, attended school
", George, 10y b OH, attended school
", Alice, 8y b OH, attended school
", William, 6y b OH, attended school
", Martha, 4y b OH
", Lyman, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 47/47
CORMANY, John 54y farmer b PA
", Sarah 48y keeping house b PA
", Riven, 25y works on farm b OH
", Sarah 21y at home b OH
", George 20y works on farm b OH
", Alice 17y at home b OH
", William 16y works on farm b OH
", Lyman 10y works on farm b OH
", Emma 8y b OH
", Ida 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 8/8
CORMANY, John, 64y farmer b PA
", Sarah, 58y wife, keeping house, b PA
", Sarah, 26y dau, single, at home, b OH
", Alice, 24y dau, single, at home, b OH
", William, 23y son, single, works on farm, b OH
", Lyman, 20y son, single, works on farm, b OH
", Emma, 17y dau, at home, b OH
", Ida, 14y dau, at home, b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 5, SH 7A, enumerated
June 9, 1900 visitation ?
CORMANY, William b May 1855 Oh, parents b PA
", Alice, wife b Sept 1860, 39y b OH, parents b OH, mar 15y, had 3 ch, 3
", Maud, dau b Dec 1884, 15y b OH
", Charles, son b Aug 1886, 13y b OH
", Joseph, son b May 1893, 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 106
CORMANY, William 55 husband b OH, parents b OH, carpenter
", Alice 48 wife b OH, mar 25y, parents b OH, columns for number of children born and living are left blank.
", Joseph 16 son b OH, single, no occ.
CENSUS 1920, County Line Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 179/183
CORMANY, William 65 b OH; father b PA; mother b OH; farmer
", Alice, wife, 54 or 59 b OH; parents b OH
BROWN, James, boarder, 17 b OH; parents b United States, farm laborer
The following William Cormany is found in the 1850 census of Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio.
W. A. CORMANY, insurance agent, is a native of Ohio. He was born in 1841, just before his parents reached Lithopolis, Ohio, to which place they were emigrating from Pennsylvania. He attended school in Lancaster, Ohio until he reached the age of ten years; he then went to work at telegraphy, but the employment being too confining he hired out to a carpenter; he worked at this for some little time until an accident occurred near ending his life. Then he gave up carpentering and tried printing, working three years in the Lancaster Gazette office; then went from Lancaster to Cincinnati, Ohio, and there engaged himself to the Cincinnati Commercial. He worked here six years, the last three having charge of the show bill department of that office. In 1861, he enlisted in the Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was in thirty-three hard-fought battles, among which were Shiloh, Stone River, Fort Donelson, Chickamauga, etc. He was one of the men that tore the Confederate flag off of the State House at Nashville, Tenn. He was one of the firing squad at the burial of Gen. Nelson, at Louisville, Ky. He was captured by John Morgan and held as a hostage for one of Morgan's men. He was also captured at Stone River, and was confined in Libby Prison for several months. He was mustered out of the service in 1864 and went to Chicago where he became one of the publishers of the Voice of the Fair, a daily paper published under the management of S. P. Rounds during the Sanitary Fair held that year in Chicago. He then went to Mount Carroll, Ill., and published the Mount Carroll Mirror. In 1866 he left for Kansas with but $350. On his way and while in St. Joe, Mo., he was robbed. He arrived in Fort Scott with $50. He formed a partnership here with Oscar Edwards and resurrected the Fort Scott Monitor, the firm being Cormany & Edwards. In two years he sold his interest in the Monitor, and in 1869, went into partnership with J. S. Emmert in the real estate business. Shortly afterward they took into the firm W. A. Shannon. In 1870, Emmert & Kellar bought the interest of Cormany & Shannon. He then went into the insurance business, making the first year only $150. In 1881 he formed a partnership with A. Graff, the name of the firm being Cormany & Graff. He has been a member of the School Board, Secretary of the Board of Trade, and Secretary of the Second Ward Republican Committee for fourteen years. In 1864, he married Miss Emmert; they have six children. He is a member of the I. O. O. F. and G. A. R. He is now special agent and adjuster of the North British & Mercantile Insurance Company of London and Edinburgh, and has charge of the company's business in Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and the Indian Territory. HISTORY OF THE STATE OF KANSAS, Bourbon County, William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
was first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL
Death certificate image: John W. Cormany died Jan. 10, 1923 in Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 68y 7m 9d, born May 3, 1854 in Ohio to John Cormany born unknown and Sarah Hoffman born unknown. Informant Alice L. Cormany of Canal Winchester. Married. Buried Lithopolis Cem. Jan. 12, 1923.
_Abner Leonard COURTRIGHT _+ | |--Sarah Ellen COURTRIGHT | |_Sarah KEMP _______________+
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 293. Lists Ralph and John C. as sons.
DOB: Full birthdate from Charles McKinley, January 1999 (had only year from
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 99/95
COURTRIGHT, Abner 26y farmer b OH
", Sarah 23y b OH
", Ellen 1y b OH
GIERHART, Lucretia 24y teacher of com. school b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom township, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 153/157
COURTRIGHT, Abner L., 37y farmer b OH
", Mary L., 29y keeping house b OH
", Sarah E., 11y attending school b OH
", Mary S., 9y attending school b OH
", KAtie L., 4y at home b OH
", William L., 2y at home b OH
DARST, Solomon, 20y farm laborer b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH: p 4
COURTRIGHT, Abner L. 46y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Mary 40y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Katie ? 13 y dau at school b OH; parents b OH
", William L., 11y son at school b OH
", Andrew J. F. 9y son at school b OH
", Margaret C., 7y dau at school b OH
", Elvira M., 4y dau b OH
", Jessie P., 1y dau b OH
Phelps, Sarah E., 21y daughter, married, keeping house, b OH; parents b OH, married during census year
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13A
PHELPS, Silas, b Jan 1887, 43y b OH, parents b OH, mar 20y, farmer
", Sarah E., wife b May 1859, 41y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 5 living
", John C., son b Mar/May 1882, 17y b TN, parents b OH, school teacher
", Sarah A., dau b Oct 1883, 1y b OH, at school
", Alma E., dau b Nov 1885, 14y b OH, at school
", Silas V., son b Aug 1888, 11y b OH, at school
", Ralph H., son b Oct 1897, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 166/171
PHELPS, Silas T., head, 63y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah E., wife 60y b OH, parents b OH
", Ralph H., son 22y b OH
MASON, McClaren?, hired man, 55y single b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
Death certificate image. Sarah Courtright Phelps of 507 Sheldon Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died April 8, 1937, aged 77y married to Silas T. Phelps, born May 29, 1859 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Abner Courtright b OH and Sarah Camp b Lithopolis. Buried April 11 in Lithopolis.
_John CROSS _______ | |--William CROSS | |_Cordelia PARRISH _
 NAME/DOB: From 1850 census. See notes on supposed father.
__ | |--Madeline DALEY | |__
__ | |--Norman Elisha DILDINE | |__
Death certificate 15119 image. Norman Elisha Dildine, resided Walnut Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, died in Lancaster City Hospital, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, March 25, 1950, aged 72y 5m 13d, worked as a maintenance man for Fairfield Beach. Born Oct. 9, 1877 in Georgesville, Ohio to Elisha Dildine and Rebecca. Informant was Mrs. Sylvia Dildine. Buried March 25, 1950 in Georgesville Cem., Georgesville, OH.
NOTE: The death certificate shows that the doctor attended him from Feb. 24, 1950 to March 22, 1950, and he signed it on March 23, 1950. I think this typed death certificate is in error for date of death and is more likely the 23rd since it shows he was buried on the 25th.
CENSUS: 1930 Union Twp., Licking Co., OH; ED 50 SH 10B
DILDINE, Norman, head, 53y widow b OH, parents b OH, attendant, filling station
", Albert W., son 17y b OH, attendant, filling station
__ | |--George DOUDEL | |__
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
One male under 5
One male 10-15
One male 40-50
One female under 5
One female 5-10
Two females 10-15
One female 15-20
One female 40-50
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1704
DOUDEL, George 53y farmer b PA
", Nancy 52y b MD
", Michael 23 b PA
", Margaret 21y b PA
", Hannah 19y b OH
", Catherine 15y b OH
", Sarah 13y b OH
", George 11y b OH
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 93.
"She [Sarah Dowdell, widow of Marquis Boyer] is a daughter of George Dowdall, a native of Maryland, who became one of the pioneer settlers of Bloom township. By his wife, Nancy, he had seven children, namely: Michael; Mary, the wife of Isaac Eberley; Margaret, the wife of Joseph Price; Hannah, the wife of Henry Jeffries; Catherine, the wife of Hamilton Howard; Mrs. Sarah Boyer; and Joseph, who is living in Columbus". "A Biographical Record of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio, S. J. Clarke Pub., Co., 1902, p 360.
_Mathew Thompson DOWDS __+ | |--Cecil T. DOWDS | |_Amanda "Mandy" E. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN, sheet 5A
DOWDS, Mathew T., head, b Sep 1860, 39y widow b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, carpenter
", Lula? H. E., dau b Jun 1890 10y OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Valma R., dau b Mar 1892, 8y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Loda M., dau b Nov 1893, 6y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Cecil? F., son b Mar 1899 1y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
ZARTMAN, Mand/Maud M., servant b Sep 1876, 23y, divorced, had 2 ch 2 living
b IN, parents b OH, housekeeper
CENSUS: 1910 Monroe Twp., Knox Co., IN; p 228 SH 4A ED 73
DOWDS, Matthew T., head, 49y b OH, married twice, mar. 9y, farmer
", Mabel M., wife 33y b IN, had 4 ch 4 living, married twice
", Celia C., dau 8y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", L. Ruby M., dau 9/12 b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Cecil T., son 11y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
ZARTMAN, Claude M., stepson 15y b IN, farmer, working out, parents b IN
", Carroll E., stepson 14y b IN, farmer, working out, parents b IN
Cecil Dowds enlisted 1917, resided RFD 1 Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Enlisted into the National Guard, aged 18 2/12. Battery E 1 Field Artillery ONG (Battery E 134 Field Artillery) to Discharge Private Defnsive Sector, American Expeditionary Forces 28 June 1918 to 2 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 16 Apr 1919. Ancestry.com. Ohio Military Men, 1917-1918 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2000. Original data: Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918, Volumes I-XXIII. Columbus, OH: F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1926.
LOCATION: 1941 - Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dowds and daughter, Janet, Mrs. Ruby Swank and son Marvin, and Mrs. Cecelia Braddock and daughters Jean and Eileen are spending the week-end in Louisville, KY, with Carol Zartman and family. [Mansfield News Journal, Mansfield, Ohio, June 2, 1941]
OBITUARY: THE NEWS-SENTINEL, Rochester, Indiana, 20 Jul 1960
Cecil T. Dowds
Funeral services will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Paul Dowds funeral home in Mt. Vernon, O., for Cecil T. DOWDS, 61, a former Akron resident, who died at the Mercy hospital at Mt. Vernon Tuesday morning after an illness of one week. Mr. Dowds was born March 21, 1899, at Mt. Vernon to Thompson and Manda FOOR DOWDS. Surviving are the wife; one daughter; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Glen (Loda) POWELL, Argos, Mrs. Darwin (Celia) BRADDOCK, Fredricktown, O.; Mrs. Hubert (Ruby) SWANK, Grooms, Texas; one brother, Cloise DOWDS, Mt. Vernon
DOD/POD: Name listed as Cecil T. Dowds, married, V 16215 Cert. 51378. Aged 61. Resided and died in Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., OH. 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-.
_Darrel Keith DUBAY _+ | |--Amy Jean DUBAY | |_Marcella HITZ ______
 NAME/DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
__ | |--Lois E. EDWARDS | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Lois E. Cooper, born May 26, 1900, died Apr. 29, 1951. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 56.
OBIT: Lois E. Cooper, age 50, Groveport, Ohio, Sunday, Grant Hospital. Survived by husband, John H.; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Cobb; 1 brother, Austin Edwards. Friends may call Woodyard Co. Chapel 255 E. State until noon Thursday then at the Groveport Lutheran Church where funeral will be held 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Interment Betzers Cemetery by O. R. Woodyard Co. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, May 1, 1951, p 4A]
__ | |--Edith M. EVANS | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Daniel E. Shook, 1823-1879, WWII, parents of Elroy and Deidre V. Also listed on stone is Edith M., no dates. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 55.
DOB/DOD: SSDI shows name as Edith M. Shook, last residence as Bryans Road, Charles Co., MD., issued a Social Security card in Ohio prior to 1951.
www.findagrave.com lists her as Edith M. Evans Shook, born in Wales, died in Washington DC, "d/o Thomas and Sarah Morgan Evans; w/o, Daniel E. Shook Jr; son, Elroy; daughter, Deidre V. Hainey; grandchildren, Benjamin Alexander, Steven & Danny Hainey & Wendy Paulin; preceded in death by 9 brothers & 3 sisters." Info posted by Judy Dant, Jan. 2003.
_Oliver Perry FISHER _+ | |--Lula FISHER | |_Della Roberta BEATY _+
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio probate birth record images. "not named" female born March 3, 1889 Greencastle precinct, Bloom Twp. to Oliver P. Fisher and Della B. Beaty of Bloom Twp.
CENSUS: 1900 Polk Twp., Nodaway Co., MO, p 251
FISHER, Oliver P., head, b Oct 1854, 44y b OH, mar. 12y, farmer, parents b OH
", Della, wife b Feb 1867, 33y b OH, had 7 ch 7 living, parents b OH
", Carl, son b July 1887, 12y b OH
", Lulu B., dau b Mar 1889, 11y b OH
", John, son b Nov 1892, 9y b OH
", Cecil, dau b June 1892, 7y b OH
", Jessie, dau b Jan 1894, 6y b IL
", James R., son b Dec 1895, 4y b MO
", Paul, son b Apr 1898, 2y b MO
CENSUS: 1910 Polk Twp., Nodaway Co., MO, p 219A
FISHER, Oliver P., head, 55y b OH, mar. 24y, parents b OH, farmer
", Della R., wife 43y b OH, parents b OH, had 11 ch 11 living, both mar. once
", Carl B., son 23y b OH
", John, son 19y b OH
", Lula, dau 21y b OH
", Cecil, dau 18y b OH
", Jessie, dau 16y b IL
", James R., son 14y b MO
", Oliver P., son 12y b MO
", Mary E., dau 9y b MO
", Ada F., dau 7y b MO
", Ruth E., dau 4y b MO
", Frank R., son 2y b MO
Death certificate image. Carl Beaty Fisher of 115 South Hester, Maryville, Nodaway Co., Mo., died after 18 hours at St. Francis Hospital, Maryville, MO., Sept. 15, 1952, aged 64y, married, laborer for railroad, born July 10, 1887 in Greencastle, Ohio, to Oliver Fisher and Della Beaty. Wife was Nettie Smock Fisher. Buried Sept. 17 at Miriam Cem., Maryville, MO.
_John Ellis FOOR ___+ | |--Benjamin Jon FOOR | |_Diana Lynn SUCKOW _
NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE: From father, John Ellis Foor, via Dec. 2001 email.
POB: From father via Oct. 2003 eemail.
LOCATION: 2004 possibly FL. Lee Co., FL documents show "John E. and Diana L. Foor" owned property at least by 2001 in that county. One document lists Benjamin J. Foor as well.
_Grover Cleveland FOOR _+ | |--Betty M. FOOR | |_Addie Mary ROSS _______
Mentioned in father's obits. Resided Whitehouse, OH in 1971
Mentioned in sister Garnet's May 1993 obituary as "Betty Lewis, Whitehouse [Ohio]".
CENSUS: 1930 Providence Twp., Lucas Co., OH; visitation 110, Neapolis, sheet
FOOR, Grover G., head, owns home worth $1400, does not reside on a farm, 44y
b OH, married first at 23, parents b OH, machinist at auto factory
", Addie M., wife, 40y b OH, married first at age 19, parents b OH
", Mildred F., dau 20y b OH
", Garnet J., dau 16y b OH
", Betty M., dau 6y b OH
May possibly have a son named Christopher C. Lewis born Nov. 1949.
_Robert Allen "Bob" FOOR _+ | |--Christian Wyatt FOOR | |_Barbra Joanne WYATT _____
 NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD/POBurial: Sandra (FOOR) GALL.
_Andrew Barton FOOR ____+ | |--Cora Hazel FOOR | |_Rachel Rebecca DODSON _
NAME: FOOR BOOK p 4 "Cora".
MIDDLE NAME/DOB: born February 2, 1895, daughter of A. Barton Foor and Rebecca (Dodson or Dotson) Foor, Hopewell, Pa. (Source: Christopher family Bible) as posted by Joan Christopher to the PA GenWeb website, Feb. 2002.
DOM: married in Bedford County, Pa., on December 24, 1912. Robert Ellis
Christopher was son of Thomas A. & Catherine (Miller) Christopher. Cora Hazel
Foor was daughter of Andrew Barton Foor and Rebecca (Dodson) Foor. (Source:
Christopher family Bible). [posted to the PA GenWeb website, Feb. 2002, by
CENSUS: 1900 Hopewell Twp., Bedford Co.,PA; sheet 7A
FOOR, Barton b Jan 1858, 42y b PA, day laborer, mar 25y, parents b PA
", Rachel R., wife b Jul 1856, 45y b PA, had 13 ch 11 living, parents b PA
", James, son b Jan 1879, 23y b PA, day laborer
", Albert, son b Nov 1878, 21y b PA, day laborer
", Marry, dau b Feb 1882, 18y b PA
", Asa, son b Aug 1884, 15y b PA
", Viola, dau b Apr 1886, 14y b PA
", Pearl, dau b Mar 1889, 12y b PA
", Charles, son b Dec 1889, 10y b PA
", Clarence, son b Dec 1891, 8y b PA
", Cora, dau b Feb 1896, 4y b PA
", Bessie, dau b Jan 1898, 2y b PA
", Ivy, dau b Jun 1900, 11/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1910 Hopewell Twp., Bedford Co., PA, ED 14 SH 7B, Cypher Road
FOOR, Barton, head, 53y b PA, parents b PA, married once, mar. 34y, laborer,
", Rebecca, wife 53y b PA, had 14 ch 11 living
", Aerl?, son 25y single b PA, laborer
", Charles, son 20y b PA, laborer
", Lloyd, son 18y b PA, laborer
", Cora, dau 14y b PA
", Iva, dau 9y b PA
CENSUS: 1930 Hopewell Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 1A
CHRISTOPHER, Robert, head, 36y b PA, parents b PA, married at 19y, laborer
", Cora, wife 35y b PA, parents b PA, married at 16y
FOOR, A. B., [can't read relationship], 72y widow b PA, parents b PA
CHRISTOPHER, Thomas, son 15y b PA
", Charles, son 12y b PA
", Ellis, son 10y b PA
", James, son 8y b PA
", Mary, dau 4y b PA
", Elmer, son 4/12 b PA
DOD: From Joan Christopher via Feb. 2004 email.
Mrs. Cora H. Christopher, 73, of Route 2, Hopewell, died on Monday, Dec. 1, 1969. She was born February 2, 1896 in Hopewell township, a daughter of the late Barton and Rebecca (Dodson) Foor. On December 25, 1912, she was united in marriage with Robert E. Christopher, who survives with the following children: Thomas A. Christopher, Route 2, Everett; Robert E. Christopher Jr., Ambridge, PA; Mrs. Mary K. Long, Elmer R. Christopher and Chester L. Christopher of Route 2, Hopewell; 18 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Charles Foor, Defiance; Lloyd Foor, R. D. Hopewell; Mrs. Bessie Musser, Six Mile Run; Mrs. Iva Jean Barthalow, East Palestine, Ohio. She was a member of Cypher Christian Church, where funeral services were held on Wednesday with Rev. Emory Croyle officiating. Interment was in the Hopewell Cemetery under the direction of the Conner Funeral Service. [Obit clipping, source unk. Sent by Joan Christopher via March 2004 email].
_John Carol FOOR _+ | |--Daniel FOOR | |_Betty PRITTS ____
 NAME: Mentioned as an usher and brother to the groom, David J. Foor in David's wedding announcement, August 1981.
_George Richard Dixon FOOR _+ | |--David Robert FOOR | |_Minnie Audry BODEN ________
NAME/DOB/POB: From Sherri L. Griffith via April 2003 email.
Same David R. Foor listed in obit?
APRIL 6, 1980-MAY 17, 2006
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Lori Ann Keefer Gurekovich, 26, of 48 W. Main St., Apt. 3, died Wednesday, May 17, 2006, at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown.
Born April 6, 1980, in McConnellsburg, Pa., she was the daughter of Mary Ann Chilcote Foor of Shade Gap, Pa., and the late Charles E. Keefer.
She was a 1999 graduate of James Buchanan High School and attended Hagerstown Business College.
She was employed as an inventory clerk with National Book Network, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband, Jason P. Gurekovich Sr., whom she married Aug. 21, 1999; one daughter, Alexis G. Gurekovich, at home; one son, Jason P. Gurekovich Jr., at home; one sister, Lisa K. Keefer of Waynesboro; her stepfather, David R. Foor of Shade Gap; and her maternal grandfather, Clem D. Chilcote of Mercersburg, Pa.
Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Waynesboro. The Rev. A.W. Spurrell will officiate. Burial will follow in Mount Zion Cemetery, near Quincy, Pa.
2012 - listed as a surviving sibling, David Foor of Shirleysburg, in sister Brenda's Sept. 2012 obituary.
2014 - listed as a surviving child, David Foor and his wife Mary of Shirleysburg, PA, in mother's Feb. obituary.
_Gailord Leon FOOR _+ | |--Earl Robert FOOR | |_Helen BROWN _______
NO DOCUMENTATION: info from the files of Lori Stucker, 6/1998 "Resides in
DOB: "Foor Family Facts" newsletter, August 1999.
DOM: "Foor Family Facts" August, 1999 newsletter, p 3, mentions that Marlene and Earl Foor celebrated their 50th anniversary in June.
LOCATION: Montgomery Co., Ohio, Real Estate Tax website; Earl R. and Marlene J. are listed as property owners in 2001.
CENSUS: 1930 Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH; ED 99 SH 1B
FOOR, Gaylord L., 26y b OH, rents home for $24/month, owns a radio set, doesn't live on a farm, married at 23y, parents b OH, baker
", Helen B., 26y b OH, married at 23, parents b OH
", Norman L., 2y b OH
", Earl R., 3/12 b OH
OBIT: Earl R. Foor [photo] Age 78, of Kettering, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2008. He was born January 16, 1930 in Dayton, Ohio. Earl retired from General Motors, was a member of Kettering First Church of God, enjoyed all sports, and was an avid fisherman. He is survived by his wife, Marlene Foor; three daughters, Connie (Dennis) Schaedler, Melanie (Dan) Salyers, and Barbara (Scott) Kaminsky; one son, Robert (Niki) Foor; 5 grandchildren, Michael, Jennifer, Bethany, Katie, and Daniel. He was preceded in death by his parents, Gaylord and Helen (Brown) Foor; one brother, Norman Foor. Visitation will be held Monday, February 25, 2008 from 5-8 p.m. at Newcomer Funeral Home Beavercreek Chapel (3380 Dayton-Xenia Rd.). Funeral services will be held Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at Kettering First Church of God (1450 E. Dorothy Lane) with Pastor Tom Pelt officiating. Interment will follow at Mt. Zion Park Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made in Earl's memory to the charity of the donor's choice. To send a special online message to the family, please visit www.NewcomerFamily.com. FOOR, Earl R.
Published in the Dayton Daily News on 2/23/2008
_Gary L. FOOR ____+ | |--Leigh Ann FOOR | |_Rebecca BEUTMAN _
 NAME: from Kevin R. Howley, 449 Garfield St., Denver, COC 80206 (5/1998)
_Neil Tyler FOOR _+ | |--Madison FOOR | |_Amy HARRMANN ____
 NAME/DOB: from Carleen (Foor) Hardy mail of February 2006.
_Francis Oliver FOOR _+ | |--Nancy Marlene FOOR | |_Ida GOODEN __________
NO DOCUMENTATION: online info from Robert Paul (Bob) FOOR, Jr. 3/96
POB: from phone conversation with mother, 22 Jan 1997
DOB: From www.anybirthday.com - name listed as Nancy Rajewski. Bay City, Michigan zipcode shown.
At zabasearch.com, Nancy M. Rajewski comes up with a Pompano Beach, FL address, as well as ones in Bay City and Birch Run in Michigan.
2009 - listed as one of the surviving children in mother's Sept. 2009 obituary: "by her children: Doyl (Barb) Foor of Manistique, MI, Robert (Geraldine) Foor of Alpena, MI, Jerry M. (Nancy) Foor of Gladwin, MI, Gail J. (Jesse) Garza of Wheatfield, IN, Nancy M. (Al) Rojewski of Bay City, MI and Kenneth M. (Lila) of Bay City, MI."
_Charles Wayne FOOR _____+ | |--Nathan Thomas FOOR | |_Sarah Virginia MERRITT _
 DOB/POB: From father, June 2014 email.
_Murray Elmer FOOR _+ | |--Norman FOOR | |_Stella Mae MORSE __
 "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 33
_Custer Herman FOOR _+ | |--Orma May FOOR | |_Gaynell M. SMITH ___+
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 9, 27.
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 5A
FOOR, Custer, head, owns home, resideson farm, 32y b PA, parents b PA,
married at 23y, farmer
", Gaynelle, wife 30y b PA, parents b PA, married at 20y
", Orma, dau 9y b PA
", Vera, dau 7y b PA
", Ila, dau 5y b PA
", Vaughn, son 4yb PA
", Dallas, dau 6/12 b PA
Orma M. Foor, 93, of East Graceville Road, Everett; went home to be with the Lord on Monday, February 17, 2014 at Pennknoll Village, Everett. She was born on January 11, 1921 in Rays Cove, Bedford County; a daughter of the late Custer and Gaynell (Smith) Foor. On September 19, 1942 at Rays Cove Christian Church she married Arthur Foor. He preceded her in death on September 28, 1991.
She is survived by the following family:
Daughter: Cheryl married to Al Bowen, Everett, PA
Barbara married to Randy Matney
Deborah married to Dennis Clark
Carol Sue married to Jerry Smith
Five Great Grandchildren:
Nathan Zipp married to Michelle
Jessica married to Dan Graham
Two Great Great Grandchildren:
Hailee Mae Zipp
Two Step Great Great Grandchildren:
Paige and Patience
Dallas Foor, Everett, PA
Vaughn Foor, Johnstown, PA
Vera Marshall, NC
Sister-in-laws and Brother-in-law:
Doreen Edwards, Everett, PA
Phyllis Maugle, Buffalo, NY
John Shoemaker, New Enterprise, PA.
She was preceded in death by a sister: Ila Carnaggio
Mrs. Foor was a member of the Everett United Methodist Church, Everett, PA.
She was a graduate of Everett High School.
Orma was employed as a teacher’s aide at the Breezewood Elementary School for many years and later she and her husband managed the Penn Aire Motel, Breezewood.
She enjoyed crafting, playing the piano and singing. Orma loved the Lord and enjoyed being a homemaker.
Family and Friends may call at the Akers Funeral Home, 299 Raystown Road, Everett on Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 2-4 P.M. and 7-9 P.M. and on Friday from 10:00 A.M. until the hour of the service.
Funeral Service will be held on Friday, February 21, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. in the Chapel at Akers Funeral Home, Everett with Pastor Bruce Maxwell officiating.
Burial will be held privately in Rays Cove Christian Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in memory of Mrs. Foor to the funeral home or to the family to assist with expenses.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.akersfuneralhome.com
_Franklin Pierce FOOR _+ | |--Otis Leroy FOOR | |_Mary Catherine DOWDS _+
DOD/DOB/POBurial: From cemetery inscriptions sent to me via email by Kenny and Linda Prickett, April 2001. Years only.
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp., Miami Co,IN; SD 11, ED 93, SH 5a; enumerated June 2nd
FOOR, Franklin P., b Mar 1863, 37y b IN, parents b OH, mar 16y
", Mary C., wife, b Jul 1862, 38y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living
", Shanon? O.?, son b Oct 1883, 16y b IN
", Otis L., son b Jun 1885, 15y b IN
", Samuel S., son b Mar 1887, 13y b IN
", Orval C., son b Jun 1899, 1y b IN
CENSUS: 1910 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN; sheet 11A
FOOR, Frank P., head, 47y married 26y b IN, parents b OH, farmer
", Mary C., wife, 47y had 5 ch 4 living b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Otis L., son, 25y single b IN, fa b IN, ma b OH, no occupation
", Orval C., son 10y b IN, fa b IN, ma b OH
Name listed as Otis Leroy Foor of Miami Co., IN, age 33, born June 28, 1885, a farmer whose employer is listed as Franklin P. Foor, and whose nearest relative is listed as Franklin P. Foor. Medium height, medium built, blue eyes, brown hair. Source Information: Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
CENSUS: 1920 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN; SD 11?, d 134?, sh 2A
FOORE, Frank P., 56y b IN. Can't read occupation ('bleached' image)
", Mary C., wife 57y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Otis L., son, 34 single b IN; occupation: none.
", Orval C., son, 20y single b IN; farmer
CENSUS: 1930 Allen Twp, Miami Co., IN, sheet 4B
FOOR, Franklin P., head, owns a home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm,
67y b IN, parents b OH, married at age 20, farmer
", Mary C., wife 67y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 20
", Otis L., son 45y single b IN, farm laborer
LOCATION: 1942 - name listed as Otis Leroy Foor of Allen, Miami Co., IN, mailing addres RR2 Macy, IN. Age 57, born June 28, 1885 in Miami Co., IN. Person who would always know his address is Verl Foor of RR2 Macy, IN. 5 foot tall, blue eyes, gray hair, light complexion. Weight not specified. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
CENSUS: 1940 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN
FOOR, Franklin, head, 77y b IN
", Mary C., wife 77y b OH
", Leroy, son 55y single b IN
OBITUARY: Otis L. FOOR, 50, a farmer of the Macy community for many years, passed away at his home near the Fulton county line at 10 o'clock Saturday night following an illness of three months.
He was born near Macy, the son of Franklin and Mary Foor, on June 28, 1885, who with three brothers, Samuel, Orville and Verle, all of near Macy, survive.
Funeral services will be held at the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. Shuman of the Macy Christian church officiating. Burial will be made in Plainview cemetery, Macy.
The body will lie at the Ditmire funeral home in Fulton until the hour of the funeral. [Monday, 23 Apr 1945, Rochester Sentinal]
_Tyler Angus FOOR _+ | |--Rainey Lee FOOR | |_Lorrie K. ROUPE __
 DOB/POB: From Lorrie (Roupe) Foor, Pinconning, MI., via Feb. 2006 email.
_Mitchell Barry FOOR _+ | |--Sonya Opal FOOR | |_Sandra Jean KIFER ___
NAME/DOB/POB/PARENTAGE: From Ancestry World Tree submission, Dec., 2000. Sonya posted in
SPOUSE: Marriage to Robin Smith dissolved; name of petitioner is restored to Sonya Opal Foor. Dec. 2, 1997; Broward Co., FL.
_Alphias C. FORE _ | |--Daniel FORE | |_Mary ____________
CENSUS: 1850 Bogard Twp., Daviess Co., IN, p 140
FORE, Alphius C. Fore, 46y "waggon maker", b ?
", Mary, 48y b ?
", William R. or B. 31 or 21y farmer b ?
", Daniel, 19y b ?
", Marion E. or C. 17y b ?
", Martha 15y b AL
", Sarah 13y b IA or IN
", Jackson 9y b IA or IN
", Amanda 7y b IA or IN
", Charity 6y b IA or IN
", John F. 4y b IA or IN
CUSTER, Hester 11y b IA or IN
COWAN, Shelby, 21y male b IA or IN
", Peter, 19y b IA or IN
NOTE: It is hard to read the abbreviations for place of birth.
_John W. FORE _+ | |--Lola E. FORE | |_Sarah E. _____
CENSUS: 1900 McConald district, Murray Co., GA; ED 71 SH 9B
FORE, John W., head, b Dec 1872, 27y b GA, fa b NC, ma b GA, mar 5y, farmer
", Sarah E., wife b Aug 1873, 26y b GA, parents b GA, had 2 ch 2 living
", Lola E., dau b Jan/June 1896 4y b GA
", Estel Sev./Lev. dau b Aug 1898 1y b GA
_Barney FOSNAUGH _ | |--Martin FOSNAUGH | |_Eve KESLER ______+
NAME: Mentioned in father's 1893 partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 69. "Of Green Springs, Seneca Co., OH".
CENSUS: 1850 Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 428
FASNAUGH, Barney 49y farmer b MD
", Eve 42y b OH
", Lainey, 18y female b OH
", Susan 11y b OH
", Barbara 14y b OH
", Philemon 12y b OH
", Martin 9y b OH
", Phineas 5y b OH
", Delila 3y b OH
_John Russell GIFFIN _ | |--Robert GIFFIN | |_Irene May FOOR ______+
 NAME: Listed as a brother, Robert Giffin, who preceded him in death in Willard's July 2005 obituary.
_Joseph GLICK __+ | |--Solomon Mathias GLICK | |_Delilah GLICK _+
NAME/DOB/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 37.
DOM/POM: IGI Batch 5027317, sheet 16, source 1553841. "Solomon Mathias Glick".
CENSUS: 1850 Clay Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; visitation 537
GLICK, Joseph 38y b OH
", Delila 33y b OH
", Noama L. 14y b OH
", Uriah F. 11y b OH
", Henry I. 9y b OH
", Solomon M. 7y b OH
", Enos P. 1y b IN
CENSUS: 1860 Clay Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; visitation 827
GLICK, Joseph 48y farmer b PA
", Delilah 43y b OH
", Uriah 20y b OH
", Henry I. or S. [18?] b OH
", Solomon M. 14y b OH
", Enos P. 10y b IN
", Margaret I. 8y b IN
CENSUS: 1870 Clay Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN, visitation 42/40
GLICK, Joseph, 58y farmer b OH, $20,000 real estate, $1500 personal estate
", Delila, 53y keeping house b OH
", Uriah F., 30y farmer, $8000 real estate, $500 personal estate, b OH
", Solomon 26y farmer b OH, $4800 real estate, $500 personal estate
", Peter E., 21y farm laborer b IN
STEVENSON, Elijah, 12y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Clay Twp., Bartholomew Co., IN; p 2D
GLICK, Solomon M., 36y b OH, farmer, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah C., wife, 25y b IN, keeping house, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Percy A., sno 4y b IN
", Effie M., dau 3y b IN
RAY, Roland, 23y b KY, laborer, parents b KY
_Roland Cecil GOOD _________+ | |--Galen Eugene GOOD | |_Mildred Marie "Mim" CAREY _
 Death certificate image. Galen Eugene Good of McClure, Ohio, died at Memorial Hospital, Napoleon, Henry Co., Ohio, March 20, 1936 aged 2y 7m 6d. Born Aug. 14, 1933 in Grelton, Ohio to Roland Good b Henry Co., Ohio and Mildred Carey b Henry Co., Ohio. Informant was Roland Good of McClure, Ohio. Buried Grelton, Ohio, March 23. Died from "Accidental drank Oil of Wintergreen (methy malieyl--c) caused au-- gastritis". Date of onset, March 10.
__ | |--Doris GRAVES | |__
 DOB/DOD/POD/POB: Saginaw Public Library Obituary Index, Saginaw, MI. Spouse's name listed as Walter C. Cemetery listed as Oakwood Mausoleum. Name listed as Doris (Graves) Barckholtz.
__ | |--Warren E. HANNA | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 59.
CENSUS: 1930 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SH 9B ED 10
HANNA, Otto M., head, 44y b OH, fa b OH, ma b Switzerland, first married at 26, laborer, gen. work
", Margaret S., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 16, sorter, shoe factory
", Warren E., son 9y b OH
", Nellie M., dau 16y b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Warren E. Hamma, b OH, died 17 Feb 1983 it Mt. Carmel Hospital East which is in Franklin Co., Ohio; resided in Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 61, 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.
_George R. HART _+ | |--John Edward HART | |_Hannah STRONG __
CENSUS: 1920 Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH, ed 8 sh 19B ward 1
HART, George R., head, 37y b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA, melter, steel mill
", Hannah, wife 37y b England, parents b England, immigrated 1883, naturalized 1903
", Edward, son 11y b OH
", George, son 4 11/12 b OH
", Ruth, dau 2 3/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH; SH 7A p 252
HART, George R., head, 47y b OH, fa b VA, ma b PA, steel worker, foundry
", Hannah, wife 47y b England, parents b England, immigrated 1884
", John E., son 22y b OH, time keeper, auto manufacturing
", George S., son 15y b PA
", G. Ruth, dau 12y b OH
", Jean P., dau 5 4/12 b OH
__ | |--Hettie J. HELBER | |__
CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 173/177
CARPENTER, Able, 49y b OH, parents b PA
", Hettie, wife 50y b OH, parents b OH
", Edith, dau 23y b OH
", Ruth 14y b OH
", Ester 12y b OH
", Naomia 5y dau b OH
MANANT?, Alice, dau 21y b OH
", Owen, son-in-law 22y b OH, parents b OH
", Theodore, grandson 7/12 b OH
Death: 31 Dec 1957, age 88. Mrs. Hettie Jane Carpenter daughter of George and Isabell Helber, of near Logan, Ohio, was born November 14, 1869, and departed this life in Columbus, December 31, 1957, aged 88 years 1 month and 17 days. She was married to Abel Carpenter, January 17, 1889. To this union was born ten children, three sons, Clifford, Russell and Walter of Canal Winchester, Ohio, seven daughters, Mrs. O.P. Smith, 222 Memorial St., Coal Grove, Ohio, Mrs. Russell Jones, 417 Harrison Ave., Lancaster, Ohio, Mrs. Omer Manson, Groveport, Ohio, Mrs. Russell Williamson, 117 Prospect St., Mansfield, Ohio, Mrs. John Bunn, 509 Parkview, Mansfield, O., Mrs. Carol Miller, 1060 Brierwood Rd., Mansfield, O., Mrs. Ray Allis, 164 N. Hayden Ave., Columbus, O., where she was residing at the time of her illness. Also survived by twenty-on grandchildren and forty-one great grandchildren. Her husband, Russell and Clifford preceded her in death. She was converted at the age of 14 and joined Pleasant Valley Church, near Logan, O. Many times she spoke of and rejoiced in the experience to her family, friends and neighbors. After moving to Canal Winchester, she and her husband joined the nazarene Church of Lithopolis, as charter members, being devoted to it until death. She was a life member of the Woman's Missionary Society. Her life was a challenge to all, being a real example of a true Christian life. The power of God was often felt in her presence. The following in her own words, was written three years ago for her last rites, tells her experience: --"I was saved 74 years ago, in the fear of our Lord...".
NOTE: There seems to be an error in the cemetery book, "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996". On page 179 there is one listing for a Hettie Carpenter, but it appears to be data from TWO Hettie Carpenters. This data in the book supposedly comes from the cemetery's database, and not a tombstone inscription. The info says...
CARPENTER, Hettie nee Howard, born Jan. 1, 1869, died Jan. 1, 1957*, aged 88y* (2nd add, part III, lot 301, gr 1) [NOK: Vernon Carpenter].
The asterick is necessary in their listing because the database was old, and you couldn't put in just the year. When just the year was listed, they put in Jan. 1 for the rest of the date. Therefore, the info was just 1869-1957.
There were TWO Hettie Carpenters. One was the wife of Vernon Carpenter and her maiden name was Howard. So part of the above info seems to reflect her data. The other Hettie Carpenter was the wife of Abel, and the dates of 1869-1957 match her data, as well as the burial location, as Abel is buried in the same location, grave 2.
The Hettie Carpenter with the maiden name of HOWARD, later married a MARBURGER. Her listing in the book is on page 268...
MARBURGER, Hettie nee Carpenter, parents unknown, born Oct. 8, 1893 OH, died June 27, 1976, aged 82y. (2nd add, part ***, lot 362 N 1/2, gr 1) [NOK: Kenneth, Vernon Carpenter, sons/Herbert R. Carpenter, son/ Gertrude Damsel, Pauline Hall].
Note that it incorrectly shows her maiden name here as Carpenter, when in reality it was a prior maiden name.
_William HELLER _+ | |--Ida Bell HELLER | |_Minerva KESLER _+
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio, Probate Record of Births, FamilySearch.org, images. Ida Heller born Oct. 16, 1869 (obit states the 14th), Bloom Twp., to William and Minerva of Bloom Twp.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 170/174
HELLER, William, 33y farmer b OH
", Minerva, 32y keeping house b OH
", Clara M., 7y attending school b OH
", Henry E., 6y attending school b OH
", Salem E., 4y at home b OH
", Nancy A., 3y at home b OH
", Ida B., 8/12 at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 15
HELLER, William, 43y farmer b OH; fa b PA, ma b MD
", Manerva, 42y wife, farmer's wife, b OH; fa b PA, ma b VA
", Clara M., 17y dau at home b OH
", Henry E., 16y son works on farm b OH
", Salem E., 14y son works on farm b OH
", Nancy P., 12y dau at home b OH
", Ida B., 10y dau at home b OH
", Maggie C., 7y dau at home b OH
", Anna M., 6y dau at home b OH
", Charles L., 4y son b OH
", Myrta H., 1y dau b OH, ( a check in box for 'maimed, crippled, etc.')
CENSUS: 1900 Carroll precinct, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 11 SH 5B
SPANGLER, Frank, b Nov 1862, 32y b OH, parents b OH, day laborer
", Ida Bell, wife b Oct 1869, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 12y had 3 ch 3 living
", William L., son b Aug 1888, 11y b OH, at school
", Edward C., son b May 1890, 10y b OH, at school
", Mary P., dau b May 1892, 8y b OH, at school
", Rhoda, mother b Nov 1836, 63y widow b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, had 3 ch 1 living.
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; Ward 19 ED 239 SH 29A p 47
SPANGLER, Frank S., owns home worth $9000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 67y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 25, carpenter, buildings
", Ida B., wife 60y b OH, parents b OH, married at 18
", Pauline, dau 37y single b OH, bookkeeper, real estate
"Ida Spangler, lives at Columbus", Ancestry.com. History of Franklin County, Ohio. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. History of Franklin County, Ohio. Moore, Opha,. Topeka. Historical Pub. Co.. 1930, p 1323.
DOD: Columbus Dispatch obituary index, Feb. 10, 1944.
Death certificate 10605 image. Ida Belle Spangler, resided and died 55 East Dunedin? Rd., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 10, 1944, aged 74y 3m 26d, widow of Frank St. Clair Spangler. Born Oct. 14, 1869 Fairfield Co., Ohio, to William Hellar b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Minerva Kesler b Fairfield Co., Ohio. Informant was Pauline Hoskins of same address. Buried Walnut Grove Cen., Feb. 13.
_Henry J. HEMPLEMAN __+ | |--Edith Marie HEMPLEMAN | |_Florence E. FELLERS _+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 16b, enumerated
in June 22nd
HEMPLEMAN, Henry J., June 1854/1855, 44/45y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, mar 24y,
", Florence E., wife b Dec 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, had 8 ch 7 living
", Bertha G., dau b Apr 1880, 20y b OH, parents b OH
", James, son b May 1885, 15y b OH, at school
", John, son b Jan 1887, 13y b OH, at school
", Edith, dau b Dec 1889, 10y b OH, at school
", Pearl, son b Sept 1890, 9y b OH
", Iven, son b Dec 1897, 2y b OH
1937 - NOT listed as a surviving daughter in mother's July obit.
Death certificate image. Edith Marie Dennis, married, of 485 Marikson? Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died Oct. 20, 1915, born Dec. 30, 1888 in Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, to H. J. Hempleman b OH and Florence E. Fellers b Fairfield Co., Ohio. Informant was S. A. Dennis of 485 E. Markson Ave. Buried in Canal Winchester, Ohio, Oct. 21. Edith was aged 27y ?m 20d.
__ | |-- HOLDER | |__
__ | |--Donald C. HOLDERLE | |__
HOLDERLE Donald C. Holderle, age 80, of Columbus, died Monday, December 20, 2010 at his residence. Born May 6, 1930 in Columbus to the late Gustave P. and Edna Mae "Connie" Holderle, he was a 1948 graduate of Columbus South High School, attended Ohio State University and served in the U.S. Navy Reserve. He was president of Graphics Arts DCIU Union Local 147-B, and trustee of the local union pension plan. He was a member of Columbus Maennerchor, Amigo Club of Columbus, Groveport Golf Club, DSCC Officer's Club, Ralph R. Rickly Lodge #670 F.&A.M., A.A.S.R., and Aladdin Shrine. Don enjoyed golf, fishing, hunting, working in his yard and garden, and Wednesday night dinners with friends. Preceded in death by his first wife Rose Holderle. He is survived by his wife, Mary Lou (Lawrence) Holderle; son, Scott (Mary Beth) Holderle; grandchildren, Justin, Sarah and Allison; step-daughters, Judy (Terry) McCray and Becky (Larry) Kerns; brother, Richard Gustave (Jill) Holderle; and nieces, Debbie Long and Pam Sayre. Friends may visit 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 550 Hill Road N. (St. Rt. #256), Pickerington, where funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Glenn Schwerdtfeger officiating. Interment will follow at Lithopolis Cemetery. A Masonic Service will be held 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Special thanks to Mt. Carmel Hospice nursing staff and also to Becky for their care of Don. Friends who wish may contribute to Mt. Carmel Hospice or Charity Newsies in Don's memory. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch Dec 21, 2010
_Stacy Clifton JACKSON _+ | |--Ralph JACKSON | |_Cora PETIT ____________
DOB/POB: at familysearch.org - birth image. Parents Stacy Jackson and Cora Pettit. Born Bloom twp., March 19, 1903.
1910 census for parents shows that the mother had 3 ch and only 1 living. Therefore, Ralph must have died prior to the 1910 census.
__ | |--Lydia JOHNSON | |__
DOB/DOD/DOBurial: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co., OH Gen. Soc., Dec. 1994, p 61. Name listed as Mrs. Lydia Wildermuth, full dates. Does not say where she was buried. Pastor was Lammert Redelfo.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
WILDERMUTH, Lyda, head, b Feb 1850, 50y b OH, parents b OH, widowed,farmer
", Barbary, dau b July 1875, 24y b OH
", Maggie, dau b Oct 1878, 21y b OH
", Gracie, dau b Apr 1882, 18y b OH
", Eddie, son b June 1883, 17y b OH
", Iva, dau b Oct 1884, 15y b OH
", Mertie, dau b Sept 1886, 13y b OH
", Emma, dau b July 1888, 11y b OH
", Flora, dau b Oct 1889, 10y b OH
", Owen, son b Sept 1892, 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 27
WILDERMUTH, Lydia, head, 60y widow b OH, had 13 ch 10 living, fa b NJ, ma b OH
", Owen, son 17y, single, b OH, parents b OH, no occ.
Death certificate image. Lydia H. Wildermuth, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., Ohio, July 7, 1918, aged 68y 4m 17d, widow, born Feb. 20, 1850 in OH to Elias Johnson b NJ and Magdelina Helsel b OH. Informant was W. E. Wildermuth of Lithopolis. Buried Obetz Cem., July 10.
__ | |--Richard Allen KELLEY | |__
 Names listed as Charlotte Kloy Foor and Richard Allen Kelley, 14 Feb. 1981. Home state for both listed as Utah. Ancestry.com. Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
_Johann Jacob KISTLER _+ | |--William B. KISTLER | |_Mary ANGEL ___________
__ | |-- KNAPP | |__
_Adam KRAMER ____ | |--Michael KRAMER | |_Christina DUBS _
DOB/Parentage: LDS info submitted by James Leroy Fagan, Findlay, OH, Submission #Af97-107586.
DOD/POBurial/Parentage: "Volume Two, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Madison Township", Franklin County Chapter OGS, 1981, p 40. "Son of old Adam and Crestena" d 1823 at 43y. "Mical".
Michael Kramer's 1831 partition records mention his widow Mary later married Jacob Bolenbaugh. Heirs listed were David Kramer; Catherine, wife of Levi Roads; Magdalena, wife of Henry Green; and minors Philip, John, Elizabeth, Rosanna and Rachel Kramer, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 12.
"Another family by the name of Kramer -- Louis, Philip, John, Michael, Adam,
Jacob, and George, all brothers, moved in with their families from
Pennsylvania, in 1807. Louis, who was a preacher of the United Brethren
Church, settled on Little Walnut creek, south of where Canal Winchester now
is, and soon after erected a saw and grist-mill there. Philip located in the
same vicinity, but afterwards removed to Hancock county. John settled a
short distance north of Winchester, and lived in the neighborhod unitl his
death, in 1853. His son, now living in Canal Winchester, was born in this
township, in 1808, and assisted in clearing much of the land north of the
village. Michael and Adam also settled in Madison, and Jacob and George in
Plain township" ["The History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio",
Williams Bros., 1880, p 440] Article was in the Franklin county section.
__ | |--Dorothy KREUTZPEINTNER | |__
DOM: "Dexter Bunting, 29, of 5528 Mclain Street, Toledo, truck driver, and
Dorothy Kreutzpeintner, 33, Lima, Route 4, maid." Marriage Licenses. [Lima
News, Lima, Ohio, Oct. 18, 1947]
NOTE: This may not be her maiden name.
__ | |--Kathy L. LABE | |__
 NAME/DOB/DOM/POM: From James Kenneth Foor via October 2006 email.
_George Washington LAWHEAD _ | |--Holli J. LAWHEAD | |_Joyce Carole FOOR _________+
NAME/DOB/POB: Mother's maiden name listed as FOOR. Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
LOCATION: 2000 - listed as a surviving daughter and son in law, Holli and Cory Ralston of Ojai in mother's Aug. 2000 obituary.
_William Wesley LECRONE _+ | |--Alice Eliza LECKRONE | |_Emma Catherine FOOR ____+
NAME: From online Everton Publisher's site; info had been submitted by Paul Basso, 1491 SW 10th St., Dallas, OR 97338-2307
DOB/POB: Name listed as Eliza Lecrone, born May 10, 1880 in Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; parents Wesley Lecrone and Emma C. Foor; Franklin Co., Ohio, probate births 1878-1882; FHL Batch 3513356.
__ | |--Bertha M. LELINE | |__
DOM/POM: Crawford Co., MI marriage images at familysearch.org. Henry F.
Scott of South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI., laborer, b Lenawee Co., MI to
Joseph Scott and Elizabeth Foor; Bertha M. Leline, 22, of South Branch Twp.,
b MI to Chester Leline and Jessie Irish. Neither before married. Married
Nov. 2, 1921 in South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI.
__ | |--Marlene LEMKE | |__
NAME: From an April 2002 Ancestry.com submission by Elvin Ogg.
DOB: from www.anybirthday.com. Both "Eddie L." and Marlene have a Gladwin county zipcode.
"Laurence and Gertrude Lemke provided the altar flowers this morning in celebration of Marlene Foor's birthday" listed in news about Our Savior Lutheran Church [Gladwin Co. Record, Gladwin, MI, March 2005]
_Joseph Monroe LONG _+ | |--Paul Edward LONG | |_Carrie ROTTNER _____
CENSUS: 1900 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH; Sh 7A ED 31
LONG, Joseph, head, b Nov 1865, 34y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 14y, asst.
foreman, r. r.
", Carrie, wife b July 1867, 32y b OH, parents b OH, had 7 ch 5 living
", Frank M., son b Oct 1886, 13y b OH, at school
", Carrie A., dau b Apr 1888, 12y b OH, at school
", Ralph E., son b May 1891, 9y b OH
", Paul E., son b Sep 1896, 3y b OH
", Joseph Millard, son b Sep 1899, 5/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH; ED 39 SH 11A
LONG, Joseph M., head, 44y b OH, parents b PA, married once, mar. 24y,
foreman, car repair shop
", Carrie, wife 42y b OH, parents b Germany, married once, had 8 ch 6 living
", Frank M., son 23y b OH, salesman & water, restaruant
", Carrie A., dau 22y b OH
", Ralph E., son 18y b OH, laborer, car shop
", Edward P., son 13y b OH
", Willard J., son 10y b OH
", Leonard A., son 7y b OH
1918 - June draft registration form. Paul Edward Long, 21, 176 E. Williams, Delaware, Ohio, born Sept. 8, 1896 in Delaware, Ohio. Father born Fairfield Co., Ohio. Works for C & E Shoe Co., Delaware, Ohio. Nearest relative is Jos. Long of same address. Tall height, medium build, brown 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 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH; ED 67
LONG, Joseph M., head, 54y b OH, parents b OH, fa b U.S., ma b OH; car
repairer, r.r. shop
", Carrie, wife 52y b OH, parents b OH, parents b Germany
", Ralph E., son 28y single b OH no occupation
", Paul Edward, son 23y single b OH, sorting shoes, shoe factory
", August L., son 17y single b OH, musician
_Reuben LOTT _______ | |--Irvin LOTT | |_Margaret MICHAELS _+
NAME/POB: From Karen E. Antink via July 2008 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Tiffin Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 425.
HUMBERT, Mary, 73y b MD
LOTT, Irvin, 27y shoemaker b MD
", Mary A., 22y b MD
", Emiline M., 2y b OH
HUMBERT, Michael, 53y blacksmith b MD
MYERS, Mary, 2/12 b OH
Probably died between June 1850 and June 1860, as wife is listed with John and Margaret Humbolt in 1860 census.
_George MANSPEAKER __ | |--James MANSPEAKER | |_Rachel HOUSEHOLDER _
CENSUS: 1850 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH; visitation 2/2
MANSPEAKER, George, 44y b PA, cooper
", Rachel, 32, Pa., cannot read & write
", Sarah, 16
", James, 14, school
", Caroline, 10, school
", George, 9, school
", John, 6
", Hannah, 4
", Samuel, 3
", Susan, 1
_Robert H. MASON _____ | |--Emma J. MASON | |_Susannah BRAUNELLER _+
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 174/178
MASON, Robert 46y farmer b VA
", Susanna, 43y keeping house b OH
", Abraham L., 21y farm laborer b OH
", Ervin S., 20y farm laborer b OH
", Sylvina, 20y helps mother b OH
", Henry, 19y works on the farm b OH
", Rachel A., helps mother b OH
", Catharine, 15y helps mother b OH
", Ellen, 13y helps mother b OH
", Sarah L., 11y attending school b OH
", Edward E., 9y attending school b OH
", Ida B., 7y attending school b OH
", Emma 5y at home b OH
", George W., 3y at home b OH
", Grant, 6/12 at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis precinct, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 1, vis 6
MASON, Robert H., 56y farmer b OH; can't write; parents b VA
", Susanah, 53y wife keeping house, can't write, b OH; parents b PA
", Edward, 18y son, at school, b OH
", Bell, 16y dau at school b OH
", Emma, 13y dau at school b OH
", George, 11y son at school b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Union Twp., Madison Co., OH, p 171 A
SNYDER, John W., head, b May 1846, 54y b OH, fa b OH, ma b MD, farmer
", Emma J., wife b Nov 1865, 34y b OH, fa b VA, ma b MD, mar. 12y, had 3 ch 2
", Luther, son b May 1878 22y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
", Loy, son b Oct 1880, 19y b OH, farm laborer
", John D., son b Jan 1883, 12y b OH, farm laborer
", Palmer B., son b Apr 1891, 9y b OH, at school
ZWAYER, Xenia, step daughter b June 1883, 12y b OH, parents b OH, at school
CENSUS: 1930 Range Twp., Madison Co., OH; ED 15 Sh 9B
SNYDER, Palmer, head, 39y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 23
", Marie, wife 32y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 17
", Lucille, dau 14y bOH
", Pershing, son 11y b OH
", Jean, dau 4y b OH
", Emma, mother 64y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 17
FORD, James, boarder, 48y divorced b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 21, farm laborer
Death certificate image. Emma J. Snyder of rural London, Ohio, died in Paint Twp., Madison Co., Ohio, July 19, 1937, aged 71y 8m 1d, widowed, husband J. W. Snyder. Born Nov. 17, 1865 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Robert Mason b VA and Susan Browneller b MD. Informant Palmer Snyder of London, Ohio. Buried Kirkwood July 21.
_William L. MASON ___+ | |--Millis MASON | |_Nellie Maud COOPER _+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 118
MASON, William, head, b Jun e872, 2-y b OH, parents b OH, mar 4y, farmer
", Maud, wife, b May 1875, 25y b OH, parents b OH
", Jessie, son b Aug 1896, 2y b OH
", Millis?, dau b Dec 1899, ?/12 b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 70 p 151
MASON, William L., head, 38y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 14y,
", Nellie M., wife 34y b OH, fa b OH, ma b VA, had 5 ch 5 living, married
", Jesse B., son 13y b OH
", Millis M., dau 11y b OH
", Clara P., dau 8y b OH
", Edna dau 4y b OH
", Helen M., dau 1 8/12 b OH
_Terry Leroy MEANS __+ | |--Melissa Jo MEANS | |_Pamela Kay MORGART _
 NAME/DOB: From Charlene (FOOR) BRUENING via April 1999 email.
__ | |--Joseph MESHYOCK | |__
__ | |--Jean P. MILITELLO | |__
_Washington MOREHART _+ | |--Caroline MOREHART | |_Elizabeth BREINER ___
 NAME/SPOUSE: History of Hancock County, Ohio, Warner, Beers & Co, 1886. See notes on father.
__ | |--David C. MOSIER | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as David C. Mosier and Lucinda Fulton, married 24 Sep 1840 Muskingum Co., OH; FHL batch M514502, Muskingum co., Ohio, probate marriages 1835-1848.
CENSUS: 1850 Somerset, Perry Co., OH
MOSIER, D. C. 28y b OH, tailer? Sailer?
", Lucinda, 29y b OH
", Augustus, 8y b OH
", S. E., 5y b OH
", George E., 3y b OH
", David, 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 325/315
MOSIER, David C., 39y merchant b OH
", Lucinda, 39y b OH
", Augustus M. 18y b OH
", Sarah E. 15y b OH
", George L. F. 12y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Pella Twp., Marion Co., IA, p 2 or 177B
MOSIER, David, 50y stock dealer, $1000 real estate, $500 personal property, b OH
", Lucinda, 51y keeping house b OH
", George, 22y painter, $125 personal prop., b OH
BOWEN, William, 23y painter b IL
CENSUS: 1880 Pella city, Marion Co., IA; p 30B; University Street
MOSIER, G. L., 31y painter b OH, parents b OH
", S., 27y wife keeping house b IA, parents b Germany
", D. C., 2y son at home b IA, fa b OH, ma b IA
", D. C., 61y father, widowed, cattle dealer b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1885 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA; visitation 140/128
MOSSIER, George L., 33y grain & cattle dealer
", Cedar, 30y female, keeps house b OH
", David Jr., 6y b OH
", David Sr., 56y grain and cattle dealer b OH
DOD/POD: iowawpagraves.com; Iowa WPA 1930'2 Graves Registration Survey; online. Name listed as D. C. Mosier, died 13 Jan 1889 in Blk 4, Lot 213, aged 73 years, buried Atlantic Cem., Grove Twp., Cass Co., IA.
_William MUSSELMAN _+ | |--William Harvey MUSSELMAN | |_Priscilla FOOR ____+
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN; SH 5A
MUSSELMAN, William, head, b May 1844, 56y b PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Priscilla C., wife b Jul 1855, 44y b IN, parents b OH, mar. 26y, had 2 ch
", William H., son b Aug 1896 IN
WELLER, James, lodger b Dec 1885, IN, parents b IN
FINTERS?, Hugh A., servant b Sep 1874, 25y single b KS, parents b IN
CENSUS: 1910 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN, sheet 11a
MUSSELMAN, William, 65y married 36y b PA, parents b PA, "on income"
", Priscilla C., wife, 54y had 2 ch 2 living b IN, parents b OH
", William H., son, 13y b IN, fa b PA, ma b IN
DOUDS, Loda M., boarder, female, 13y b IN, fa b PA, ma b IN
Name listed as William Harvey Musselman of Macy, Indiana, born August 13, 1896 near Macy, Indiana. Father born Lancaster, PA. Next of kin listed as Priscilla C. Musselman. Listed as student, tri-state college of Engineering in Angola, MI. Brown eyes, dark brown hair. Source Information: Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
CENSUS: 1920 Hartford City, Blackford Co., IN; ED 10 SH 6B; 419 N. High St.
MUSSELMAN, Harvey, head, rents home, 23y b IN, parents b IN, machinist, auto garage
", Blanche M., 23y b IN, parents b IN
CENSUS: 1930 Hartford City, Licking Twp., Blackford Co., IN, ED 5 SH 8B
MUSSELMAN, Harvey, head, owns home worth $2000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 33y b IN, married first at age 22, parents b IN, garage mechanic
", Blanche, wife 33y b IN, married first at 22y, parents b IN
", Robert, son 9y b IN
", Grace?, dau 5y b IN
", William, son 2y b IN
LOCATION: 1948 - Listed as a surviving brother, Harvey Musselman, of Hartford
City, in brother Frank's August 1948 obituary.
Groom's name: William Harvey Musselman
Groom's race or color: White
Groom's birth date: 13 Aug 1896
Groom's birthplace: , Miami, Indiana
Groom's residence: , Miami, Indiana
Groom's number of marriages: 1st
Groom's father's name: William Musselman
Groom's mother's name: Priscilla C Foor
Bride's name: Blanche Margaret Blake
Bride's race or color: White
Bride's birth date: 08 Dec 1896
Bride's birthplace: , Blackford, Indiana
Bride's residence: Hartford, Hartford, Indiana
Bride's number of marriages: 1st
Father of bride's name: Henry Blake
Mother of bride's name: Clara Runkle
Marriage license date: 18 Jan 1919
Marriage county: Blackford
Marriage date: 18 Jan 1919
Marriage place: , Blackford, Indiana
Record number: 184
Film number: 1672566
Digital GS number: 4202704
Image number: 00096
Number of images: 1
Collection: Indiana Marriages 1811-1959
_Jeptha Joseph NEWKIRK _+ | |--Susanna Loraine NEWKIRK | |_Nancy Ann MICHAELS ____+
DOB/DOD/SPOUSE/Parentage/POB: Linda L. Smith via email Sept., 1999; firstname.lastname@example.org.
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 369
NEWKIRK, Jeptha, 43y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 43y b PA
", John 18y laborer b OH
", Samuel 14y b OH
", Susanna L., 12y b OH
", Elvira V., 10y b OH
", Ann 8y b OH
", Louisa, 6y b OH
", Laura A. 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1090/1056
NEWKIRK, Jeptha 53y farmer b OH
", Nancy 53y b PA
NEWKIRK, Samuel T. 24y farmer renter b OH
", Loraine 22y b OH
", Louisa 16y b OH
", Laura 11y b OH
_Johan NOECKER _______ | |--Catherine NOECKER | |_Catharina KRONINGER _+
NAME/PARENTAGE: "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 356.
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, p 109
NOAKER, John 56y farmer b PA
", Catherine 49y b OH
", Henry 23?y farm laborer b OH
", Peter 21y farm laborer b OH
", Phoebe 19y b OH
", Diana 17y b OH
", William, 16y farm labor b OH
", Mary 12y b OH
", Sophronia 9y b OH
", Catharine 5? 8?y b OH
", Clarissa, 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 78/78
NOACKER, John 65y farmer b PA
", Catharine 59y keeping house b OH
", Sophrona 18y at home b OH
", William 26y works on farm b OH
", Clarissa 15y at home b OH
", Catharine 17y at home b OH
LUTZ, John 22y works on farm b OH
DOM/POM: Kate Noecker and Peter H. Hoffhines, Sep. 13, 1874, Pickaway Co., Ohio. FHL Batch M513164, Pickaway Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1869-1878.
"Of the children of John Noecker and wife, these survive : Henry. of this
sketch ; Peter, of Monticello, Illinois; Phebe, wife of Jacob Longenbaugh, of
Cisco, Illinois; Dinah, wife of John J. Fisher, of Madison township; William,
of Madison township; Mary, wife of John N. Peters, of Madison township ; and
Catherine, wife of Peter E. Hoffhines, of Ashville.", "History of Pickaway
Co., Ohio, and Representative Citizens", Van Cleaf, 1906, p 393.
Death certificate image. Catherine Hoffhines, 1636 Franklin Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died March 4, 1933 aged 80y 1m 17d, widow of Peter H. Hoffhines. Born Jan. 15, 1853 in Ashville, Ohio, to John Noecker b PA and Catherine b Lancaster Co., PA. Informant as John W. Hoffhines of Bexley, Ohio. Buried Reber Hill Cem., March 6.
_Henrich W. NOTHSTEIN _+ | |--Johannes Henrich NOTHSTEIN | |_Susanna HALL _________+
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 35. Sponsors, Samuel and Magdalena Schmit.
CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 489/494
NOTHSTINE, Henry, 39y faromer b OH
", Susanna, 38y b OH
", Absalom, 14y b OH
", Joseph 12y b OH
", Anna 10y b OH
", John 8y b OH
", Jacob 6y b OH
", Eliza 4y b OH
", Lewis L., 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 748/757
NOTHSTINE, Henry 48y farmer b OH
", Susanna 47y b OH
", John H. 19y farm labor b OH
", Jacob 15y b OH
", Eliza A. 13y b OH
", Lafayett 11y b OH
", Frank 9y b OH
", Christina 6y b OH
", Roxelana, 4y b OH
REED, Adam 20y farm labor b OH
", Ann M. 21y serving b OH
", Martha J. 6y b OH
"John, the next son, served also in Civil War, a large part of his service being the guarding and escorting of prisoners to different points. After the war he went to the West and has never returned to Ohio". History of Pickaway County and Representative Citizens by Van Cleaf, Publ Biographical Publ. Co., Chicago, 1906.
Name: John H Nothstine ,
Enlistment Date: 21 August 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1690 1690
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 August 1862 at the age of 21
Enlisted in Company B, 88th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 24 September 1862.
Mustered out Company B, 88th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 03 July 1865 in Camp Chase, OH
Historical Data Systems, comp. Military Records of Individual Civil War Soldiers. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Lydia E. Waggoner and J. H. Noatstine. Logan Co., Ohio, probate marriages, FHL film 0534837 batch M514432.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloomfield Twp., Logan Co., OH; p 9.
NOTESTINE, John, 29y farmer b OH
", Lydia, 20y keeping house b OH
", Minnie A., 1y b OH
", infant, 2/12 female born in April, b OH
CENSUS: 1880 White Mound twp., Jewell Co., KS; ed 123, p 346C
NOTSTINE, John, 33y tin smith b OH, parents b OH
", Lydia E., 31y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Minnie A., 11y dau at home, has measles, b OH, parents b OH
", Almey? S., 10y dau at home, has measles, b OH, parents b OH
", Mattie O., 8y dau b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1885 Browns Creek, Jewell Co., KS
NOTHSTINE, J. H., 49y farmer b OH, came to KS from Ohio, served in the war from Ohio, 88th Inf., Co. B.
", E., 36y female, b OH
", M., 16y female, b OH
", L., 14y female, b OH
", M., 12y female, b OH
CENSUS: 1895 - Wichita city, Sedwick Co., KS, V 339 p 14-15
NOTHSTINE, John H., 54y b OH
", Lydia, 45y b OH
", Mattie, 23y b OH
", Alma, 24y b OH
", Charlie, 13y b KS
", Eddie C., 8y b KS
", Pearlie, 5y female b KS
CENSUS: 1900 Wichita city, Sedgwick Co., KS; ED 290 SH 11A p 214
NOTHSTINE, John H., b Dec 1841, 58y b OH, parents b PA, farmer, mar. 32y
", Lydia E., wife b Apr 1849, 51y b OH, parents b OH, had 8 ch 5 living
", Alma S., dau b Apr 1871,, 29y b OH, servant
", Mattie O., dau b Feb 1873, 27y single b OH, servant
", Charles A., son b May 1881, KA, farm laborer
", Edward C., son b Oct 1886, 13y b KS, in school
", Pearl L., dau b Aug 1889, 10y b KS, in school
POBurial: Highland Cemetery inscriptions posted on the Sedgwick Co., KS
website. Names that are listed are:
Nothstine Charles A. 1881 1935 3 May 1935 2 124 10
Nothstine Edward C. 1886 1943 26 May 1943 2 124 1
Nothstine John H. 1841 3 Mar 1910 4 Mar 1910 2 124 12
Nothstine Lydia E. 1849 5 Jun 1907 6 Jun 1907 2 124 11
Nothstine Mattie O. 1872 1949 10 Feb 1949 2 124 2
Last three numbers are for block, lot, and grave.
_Robert O'BRIEN _ | |--Caitlyn O'BRIEN | |_Deborah FOOR ___+
 NAME: From Betty (FOOR) ACKER via August Email.
_William PEER _+ | |--Susan PEER | |_Sarah ________
 NAME/DOB/DOD/PARENTAGE: Name listed as Susan Peer, daughter of W. Peer and S. Peer. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 292.
__ | |--Philip PENCE Dr | |__
 Isaac C. Brandt, a 30 year resident of Stockton CA., sent the following information in which was published in the July 6, 1889 issue: "Dr. Philip Pence, aged about 80 years and living in Stockton in 1889, was born on the old Pence farm east of Dumontville. In his early years, he moved to Marion, Linn Co., IA, and in 1864 to California. He lives with his youngest daughter, 12 miles from Stockton. Three of his daughters live in California, and one lives in Salt Lake City. Three of his children are deceased. In 1833, he married Matildat Wildermuth of near Carroll, who died in IA. He married a second wife who died in 1885. Dr. Pence was a brother of Mrs. Samuel Graybill of near Hooker, who died a short time ago. Adam Nearlin and Rebecca Wildermuth (sister of Matilda) lived for many years in California, and died in old age, leaving many children and grandchildren in California. Eli Wildermuth and wife (sister of John Carnes) formerly of the Carroll, Ohio, vicinity, lived in California and died around 1833. Mrs. Eli Wildermuth lives in Kern County, CA. John Wildermuth was a California pioneer and has lived in Calaveras county for 35 years. John Wildermuth married in Missouri before moving to California. He and his wife are the parennts of 7 children. All of the Wildermuths are descendants of David Wildermuth", "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 60.
_George Charles PERKINS _ | |--Joleene Berniece PERKINS | |_Tonia Kay FOOR _________+
 NAME/DOB/POB: From mother Tonia Kay Foor via Aug. 2009 email.
__ | |--Virgil PERRY Jr | |__
__ | |--James RASOR | |__
CENSUS: 1900 London city, Madison Co., OH; ED 70 Sh 12B
RASOR, James, head, b Dec 185[6?], 43y b OH, parents b OH, sawyer
", Minnie, wife b Feb 1874, 2y b OH, parents b OH, married 1 year had 0 ch 0 living
__ | |--Emma K. RAUSCH | |__
NAME: Fulton County, Indiana. Indiana Works Progress Administration. Index to
Supplemental Record Marriage Applications A-G. 1850-1920.
1926 - the will of Mary Rausch of Rochester, Fulton Co., IN, dated 16 Oct 1926, probated 22 July 1933, lists the heirs as daughter Emma Raush Foor, son Karl F. Rausch, and granddaughter Mary Foor, d/o Emma Rausch Foor. [Fulton Co., IN Will Book G p 141]
LOCATION: 1933 - Listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Emma Rausch Foor "of this city" in mother's July 1933 obituary. Rochester News-Sentinel, Rochester, Indiana, July 20, 1933.
LOCATION: 1936 - Two Valparaiso school teachers, Mrs. Emma R. Foor, teacher of English in Valparaiso high school, and Miss Maude Thomas, teacher of first grade, Columbia school, were the victims of robbers Friday afternoon when their apartments in the Pioneer Flats were plundered and valuable loot taken. The two teachers lost a considerable amount of money, diamond rings, watches, and other valuables. Discovery of the robbert was made when the teachers returning from school at 2:30 p.m. found their rooms ransacked and articles strewn over the floor. Mrs. Foor said that she had a large sum of money in one of the bureau drawers and intended to bank it today. City police made an investigation of the robbery but no one could be found who had heard the robbers in the appartment or saw suspicious characters about. [Vidette-messenger, Valparaiso, IN., Oct. 31, 1936]
LOCATION: 1942 - Mrs. Minnie Moore of Milwaukee, enroute home from a vacation in Columbia City, is spending the weekend with her niece, Mrs. Emma Foor [Vidette Messenger, Valparaiso, IN, Sep. 12, 1942]
1947 - Rochester - Miss Maude Thomas and Mrs. Emma Rausch Foor, who have been guests of the Misses Bertha and Bess Baker, returned to their home in Valparaiso, Wednesday. Mrs. Foor is a farmer resident of this city. [Logansport Pharos Tribune, Logansport, IN., June 5, 1947]
1956 - Two Ex-Teachers Hurt Slightly As Cars Crash. Two retired Valparaiso teachers suffered minor injuries at 1:35 p.m. Wednesday when the car in which they were riding was involved in a traffic accident at Franklin and Lincolnway. Treated at a local doctor's office were Mrs. Emma Rausch Foor and Miss Maude M. Thomas, both of 805 Linwood avenue. Police stated that Mrs. Foor suffered from shock and a sprained neck and back. Miss Thomas received treatmet for a bruised right knee. Sgt. William Jopes, who investigated the accident, reported that a vehicle drive by Mrs. Foor was struck in the rear by a car driven by Garry Francis Kasten, 49, Hebron. Damage to the Kasten car was listed at $125. Miss Foor's car was not damaged, police said. [Vidette Messenger, Valparaiso, IN., Sept. 20, 1956]
NOTE: As was her husband's obituary, her spouse was not listed in her obituary. I'm assuming they were divorced prior to their 8 year old daughter dying in 1928.
OBITUARY: The News-Sentinel, Rochester, Indiana, Saturday, Nov 8, 1958.
Mrs. Emma RAUSCH FOOR, 68, Valparaiso, a native of Rochester, died at 4:30 a.m. today at her home. She had lived in Rochester until 1928, when she moved to Valparaiso.
Mrs. Foor was born May 22, 1890 to Valentine and Mary HECK RAUSCH and taught school here several years. She also taught school in Valparaiso and was a member of the Valparaiso O.E.S.
Surviving is a sister-in-law, Mrs. Karl RAUSCH, Waukegon, Ill. A daughter, Mary Jane [FOOR], and a brother, Karl [RAUSCH], preceded her in death.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the Bartholomew funeral home in Valparaiso with Rev. Oliver C. STARN officiating. Graveside services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Rochester I.O.O.F. cemetery.
OBIT: Dies After Long Illness. Mrs. Emma Rausch Foor, 68, of 805 Linwood, longtime Valparaiso High School English teacher, died at 4:30 a.m. today in Porter Memorial hospital after a long illness. She taught at VHS from 1928 until 1951, when she retired. For many years, she was sponsor of the Valpost, student newspaper. A graduate of Earlham college, she came here after teaching at Washington Center (Whitley County), Rochester and Plymouth. She did graduate study at University of Chicago. Born May 22, 1890 in Rochester, she was the daughter of Valentine and Mary (Heck) Rausch. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and a deaconness in the church. She was a member of the Eastern Star, AAUW and Porter Memorial Hospital Guild. Surviving are a sister-in-law and two nieces. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Jane, and a brother, Karl. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in Bartholomew Funeral home. [The Vidette Messenger, Valparaiso, IN]
_Felix REBER ____+ | |--Sarah REBER | |_Harriet BROBST _+
NAME/DOM/SPOUSE/PARENTAGE: "On October 27, 1888, Mr. King was united in marriage with Sarah Reber, who was reared in Marion county, Ohio, a member of a prominent family, her parents being Felix and Harriet (Bropst) Reber, natives of Fairfield County", HISTORY OF MARION COUNTY, OHIO and Representative Citizens, J. Wilbur Jacoby, A.M., The 1976 Bicentennial Edition, p 275.
DOB/Parentage/DOBap: "Trinity Lutheran Church, Marcy/Ashville, Pickaway Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1994, p 5. "Sara Keeber", parents listed as "Felix and Harriet Keeber". No sponsors mentioned.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 30/28
REVER, Felix 27y farmer b OH
", Harriet 29y b OH
", Samuel 5y b OH
", Sarah 4y b OH
", Ida 1y b OH
", Hannah 20y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 21
REBER, Pheolix, 39y farmer b OH
", Hariet, 37y keeping house b OH
", Samuel, 15y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah, 14y attending school b OH
", Ida, 12y attending school b OH
", Frank, 9y attending school b OH
", Ujene, 6y b OH
", Cora, 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Marion Twp., Marion Co., OH; p 80
REBER, Felix, 49y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Harriet, 47y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah, 23y dau at home b OH
", Ida, 21y dau at home b OH
", Frank, 19y son works on farm b OH
", Eugene, 15y son works on farm b OH
", Cora, 13y dau at school b OH
", Nellie, 17y? or 7?y dau at school b OH
Death certificate image. Sarah R. King, Marion, Marion Co., Ohio, Dec. 26, 1926 aged 70y 7m 6d, widow of George W. King. Born May 20, 1856 in Royalton, Fairfield Co., Ohio to Felix Reber b Royalton, OH and Harriett [Boat?] b Pickaway Co., Ohio. Informant is Ray R. King of 321 E. Church St., Marion. Buried Marion Cem., Dec. 28.
_William H. REDMAN _ | |--Della REDMAN | |_Clara FISSEL ______+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 4a, taken June 1900, South Street, visitation 86/90
REDMAN, William, b Aug 1854, 45y b VA, no listing on parents, no occ.
", Clara, wife b Mar 1855, 44y b OH, parents b PA, 4 ch, 4 living
", Thomas, son b [month?] 1881, 18y b OH; day labor
", Vernon, son b Jun 1883, 16y b OH; day labor
", Della, dau b Dec 1886 OH; at school
", Milton, b Nov 1896, 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, precinct S, ED 105 SH 2A ward 5
SCHAEFER, Chas., head, 36y b PA, parents b Germany, taylor, shop
", Della, wife 34y b OH, fa b NC, ma b PA
", Ruth, dau 13y b OH
LOCATION: 1926 (Lithopolis) - Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Redman and Mrs. Chas.
Schaefer and daughter Ruth of Columbus spent Friday with Wm. Redman and wife.
[Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Jan. 8, 1926]
After the above, Della died just a month and a half later.
DOD/POD/POBurial: Name listed as Della Schaefer, 12/01/1886 - 02/25/1926, father William Redman. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2006, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio.
Death certificate image. Della Schaefer, 277 Cassidy Ave., died Grant Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 25, 1926, aged 39y 2m 24d, married to Chas. Schaefer. Born Dec. 1, 1886 Lithopolis, Ohio, to Wm. Redman b WV and Clara Fissel b Lithopolis, Ohio. Informant was Chas. Schaefer of Columbus. Buried Green Lawn Cem., Mar. 1.
__ | |--William RICHARDS | |__
"WILLIAM RICHARDS Mr. Richards came to Lancaster in 1817. He was a shoemaker by trade. In the year 1822 he married a daughter of Daniel Arnold. He lived to a good old age.", p 334. CENTENNIAL LANCASTER, C. M. L. Wiseman, 1898, p 330.
William and Lydia Richards had a child Matilda Richard who married Christopher HEMPY -- the latter having a child named Amanda Hempy. From Norma Roberts via email of May 2002.
__ | |--M. Elisabetha RIMON | |__
 NAME/DOB/: From Jan Suffren, Fairfax, VA - email 11/98.
_Peter ROBINAULT _ | |--Christina ROBENOLT | |_Barbara KNERR ___
"Christina m 1st John Solt, m 2nd Jeremiah Runkle". Original data: The Official roster of the soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Adjutant General's Dept., 1929-1959, p 298.
CENSUS: 1820 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
four males under 10
one male 26-45
one female 26-45
Peter's [Peter Robinault] partition records of 1849 lists his heirs as Susannah, wife of Frederick Feller; Peter; the heirs of Barbara Robinault Runkle who were George Runkle, Mary, wife of John Fellers of Hancock county, Elizabeth Runkle, John Runkle and minors Barbara, Sarah, Christena, Maria, Lewis and Hannah; Catherine, wife of John Runkle; Christena, wife of Jeremiah Runkle of Perry county, Eve; wife of Frederick Wyant; Elizabeth, wife of David Hall of Pickaway county; Sarah, wife of Samuel Powell of Hancock county; Mary, wife of Joshua Hartman; Solomon Robinault of Seneca county, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 53.
__ | |--Wendy Dee ROGGE | |__
_David Edward SANDS ______+ | |--Daisy Lorane SANDS | |_Martha Estella CAMFIELD _
CENSUS: 1910 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; p 139A ED 173
SANDS, David E., head, 42y b IL, parents b OH, occupation 'none'
", Stella, E., wife 25y b IL, both married once, mar. 6y, had 2 ch 2 living,
parents b IL
", Cora A., dau 5y b IL
", Daisy L., dau 2y b IL
CENSUS: 1920 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL
SANDS, Estella, 36y widow b IL, parents b IL, farmer
", Cora A., dau 15y b IL, parents b IL
", Daisy L., dau 11y b IL, parents b IL
", Clara H., dau 5y b IL
OWENS, Charlie, hired man 23y b IL, parents b in U.S., farm laborer
CENSUS: 1930 Pickaway Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 19 SH 6B
WILLIAMS, Homer D., head, 40y b IL, parents b IL, first married at age 22,
", Estelle, wife 44y b IL, parents b IL, first married at age 19
", Juanita, 14y dau b IL, parents b IL
SANDS, Daisy L., stepdaughter 22y b IL, parents b IL, rural school teacher
", Hazel, 16y stepdaughter 16y b IL
LOCATION: 1931 - 97 Present at Sands Reunion. Shelbyville. 97 members of
the Sands family gathered at Forest Park Sunday for the 3rd annual reunion.
Those present from other towns were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lanham of
Bloomington, George C--- of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sands of Chicago, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Sands of Peopria, Mr. and Mrs. Lessen? Sands and son of Peoria,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sands and family of Champaign and Mrs. Stribbling Sands of
Galesburg. Otto Sands was elected president of the group and Mirss Daisy
Sands was elected secretary-treasurer. [Decatur Review, Decatur, IL, Aug.
_Elmer SAUERBREI _+ | |--Tom SAUERBREI | |_Hazel M. FOOR ___+
NAME: From mother's cemetery info, "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 309.
2011 - listed as a surviving brother, Tom, of Urbana, in the obituary of sister Judy in October.
_Jacob SCHLEICH _ | |--Rachel SCHLEICH | |_Lydia BEERY ____+
CENSUS: 1850 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 33.
SCHLEICH, Lydia, 45y b PA
", Gideon, 18y laborer b OH
", Hannah 9y b OH
", David, 13y b OH
", Thomas, 11y b OH
", Rachel, 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 129/129
STRUNK, Samuel 30y works on farm b OH
", Rachel 35y keeping house b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 19
STRUNK, Samuel 40y laborer b OH, parents b PA
", Rachael, 35y wife keeping house, b OH, parents b PA
", Alma, 5y dau b OH; parents b OH
SCLICH, Lydia 75y boarder, widowed, b OH, parents b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 2A, taken June 1900, Columbus Street, visitation 42/43
STRUNK, S. [other initial?] b May 1840, 60y b OH, parents b PA, farmer, married 35y
", Rachel, wife b Sep 1844, 56y b OH; parents b OH, had 2 ch, one living. Housekeeper.
CENSUS: 1910 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH
STRUNK, Samuel 69 b OH
", Rachel 64 wife b OH
WILLIAM, Charles 36 b OH son-in-law
", Alma 35 dau b OH
", Edith 10 b OH granddaughter
", Emma 6 b OH granddaughter
", Ruth 3 b OH granddaughter
CENSUS: 1920 Lithopolis, Front Street, Fairfield Co., OH, vis 83/86
WILLIAMS, Charles E. 46 b OH; parents b OH; bolt machine operator
", Alma, wife 45 b OH; parents b OH
", Edith dau 21 b OH
", Emma dau 16 b OH
", Ruth dau 13 b OH
STRUNK, Samuel, father-in-law 79 b OH; parents b PA
", Rachel, 75, mother-in-law b OH;, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 3A
WILLIAMS, Charles E., head, owns home worth $820, doesn't live on a farm, 56y
b OH, parents b OH, married at age 26, laborer, freight elevator
", Alma, wife 55y b OH, parents b OH, married at 25y
", Ruth, dau 23y b OH
STRUNK, Rachel, mother-in-law 85y widow b OH, parents b OH
DOD/POD: Death certificate image. Rachel Strunk, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Nov. 9, 1930, aged 86y 1m 28d. Widow of Samuel. No date of birth shown. Born in Ohio to Jacob Schleich b U.S.A. and Lydia Beery b U.S.A. Informant was Mrs. Charles Williams of Lithopolis. Buried Nov. 11 in Lithopolis.
NOTE: Just as her husband (who died just a few months before her), there is no listing for her in the cemetery book. She was probably buried there, though, and either never had a tombstone, or one was erected but no longer exists.
_Samuel C. SHOWALTER _+ | |--Henry Wilson SHOWALTER | |_Margaret FRENCH _____
NAME/DOB/POB/PARENTAGE/SPOUSE: "History of Fairfield County and Representative Citizens", Charles C. Miller, 1912, p 521. His father died when he was 1, and his mother a few months later. He was reared to age 13 by Mrs. Nancy Showalter, then lived with his guardian Daniel Boyer for 5 years.
DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 52. Listed as Henry W. Showalter, 1845-1917.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Henry W. Showalter, died 27 Dec 1917 Fairfield Co. 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.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 211/193 - Lockville
BOYER, Daniel 46y farmer b PA
", Henrietta 25y b England
", Martha J., 16y b OH
SHOWALTER, Henry 14y b OH
BOYER, Charles 27y farm laborer b PA
BROWN, Ellen 18y servant b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 378/387
BENSON, John, 28y farmer b OH
", Martha, 27y keeping house b OH
", Edward M., 4y at home b OH
", Daniel J., 2y at home b OH
SHOWALTER, Henry W., 24y farm laborer b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Violet Twp, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 74/75
SHOWALTER, Henry 35y farm? merchant b OH, va b VA, ma b MD
", Mary A., 34y wife keeping house b IL, fa b OH, ma b IL
CENSUS: 1900 Carroll precinct, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 26/27, sheet 2A
SHOWALTER, Henry, head, b Sep 1845, 54y b OH, parents b VA, mar. 28y, hardware merchant
", Mary Ann, wife b July 1846, 53y b IL, parents b OH, had 1 ch, none living.
Death certificate image 76939. Henry Wilson Showalter, Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Dec. 27, 1917, aged 72y 3m 7d, married, born Sept. 20, 1845 Carroll, Ohio, RFD to Samuel Showalter b VA and Margaret French b unknown. Retired merchant. Informant was Mrs. M. A. Showalter of Carroll, OH. Buried Carroll Cem., Dec. 30, 1917.
_Jacob Ruben SMITH _+ | |--Leland L. SMITH | |_Ada Mae HEIM ______+
DOB/DOD/POBurial:"Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 323. Son of Jacob Smith. Next of kin listed are Mary Austin Smith, wife; daughters Linda Lee and Mars Ellen Smith, and Ralph Smith, son.
CENSUS 1920, County Line Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 181/185
SMITH, Jacob R., 49 b OH, parents b OH; farmer
", Ada M., wife 30 b OH; parents b OH
", Wendel J. son 2 b OH
", Leland L. son 3/12 b OH
ANDREWS, Eva, orphan, 21 single b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7, SH 2A
SMITH, Jacob R., head, owns home, owns radio set, resides on farm, 59y b OH,
parents b OH, married at age 37, farm operator
", Ada M., wife, 40y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 18
", Wendel J., son 12y b OH
", Leland L., son 10y b OH
OBIT: Accident in Silo is Fatal. A Marysville Rt. 1 farmer, Leland L. Smith, died of suffocation Friday when ensilage from the top of a silo fell on him. The accident occurred at approximately 4 p.m. according to Coroner Dr. Malcolm MacIvor. His son, Ralph David, 13, was with him at the time and narrowly escapeed being struck. Active in community affairs, the 52-year-old man was born in Fairfield County Oct. 6, 1919. He was the son of Jacob Ruben and Ada Mae (Heim) Smith. He married Esther Austin in 1945, who survives. Mr. Smith was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, the Liberty Grange, the NFO and the Farm Bureau. Besides his wife and son, he is survived by two daughters, Linda Lee and Mary Ellen, at home, and a brother, Wendell J. Smith, Aberdeen, Md. Funeral services are at 1 p.m. Tuesday... services will also be held Wednesday in Canal Winchester. Burial will be in Lithopolis Cem. [Journal Tribune, Marysville, Ohio, Feb. 14, 1972]
__ | |--James STACY | |__
 FOOR BOOK p 7
_ STEWART _ | |--Daisy STEWART | |___________
CENSUS: 1880 Springfield, Clark Co., OH; ED 49 p 42B
STEWART, Geo. K., 30y shoemaker b PA, fa b NY, ma b PA
", Angeline, 30y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Frank, 10y son b OH
", Effie, 8y dau b OH
", Daisy, 6y dau b OH
", Willard, 4y son b OH
NAME: Listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Daisy Smith of Lithopolis, in sister Effie Dum's obituary.
_William Heinrich STUMP _+ | |--Ella STUMP | |_Maria RUSSELL __________+
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis precinct, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 1, vis 8
STUMP, William, 47y farmer b OH; can't read or write; parents b PA
", Maria, 43?y wife b OH, keeping house (age hard to read), fa b VA, ma b GER
", Joseph, 24y son, single, laborer b OH
", Isabell, 21y dau., single, house keeping, b OH
", Jamima, 19y dau, single, house keeping, b OH
", Masrua?, 17y dau at school b OH
", Ella, 15y dau at school b OH
", Sarah, 13y dau at school b OH
", Frank, 5y son b OH
_Jacob SCHWANDER _ | |--Jacob SWANDER | |_Barbara GERSTER _
__ | |--Judy Lee SWARTZ | |__
 Divorced about Sept. 20, 1990.
__ | |--Sarah TREECE | |__
CENSUS: 1870 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 70/70
[Previous family is that of brother Cornelius and father Samuel]
BROWNELLER, Reuben 39y farmer b OH
", Sarah 29y keeping house b OH
", Emma Jane 3y b OH
", Rachel M., 10/12 b Sept. in OH
Maiden name; Death certificate of daughter Rachel Knight who was born Sept. 9, 1869 Ohio and died Jan. 12, 1949 in Findlay, Hancock Co., Ohio.
_Buford WEBB _______ | |--Carol Jean WEBB | |_Wilma Elaine FOOR _+
 NAME/dob/pob: From Linda Stratton, New York, 9/98
_Israel Shuman WEISZ Rev_+ | |--Elizabeth Alice Main WEISZ | |_Elizabeth FOLTZ ________
CENSUS: 1860 Walker Twp., Centre Co., PA; p 265
WEISY, Israel, 39y G. R. Clergyman, $6000 real estate, $300 personal estate,
", Elizabeth, 39y b PA
", Charles W., 16y b MD, attended school
", George F., 11y b PA, attended school
", Ursinus Z., 10y male b OH, attended school
", Jane E. M., 8y b OH, attended school
", Williamson N., 5y b OH
", Elizabeth, 2y b OH
GOTSHELL, Elizabeth, 19y servant b PA
CENSUS: 1870 Upper Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., PA; p 408
WEISZ, I. S., 49y clergyman b OH, married in June, $2500 personal estate
", Emma L., 35y keeping house b PA, $4000 personal estate, married in June
", George F., 21y lumber merchant b PA, $1500 personal estate
", Jane E. M. 18y b OH
", Elizabeth, 12y b OH, attended school
", Hannah M., 10y b OH, attended school
", I. Shuman 9y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1880 Upper Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., PA; p 2
YELLES, Augustus 28y blacksmith b PA, parents b PA
", Elizabeth A., 21y wife b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Rooland A., 1y son b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Bangor, Northampton Co., PA; ED 150 SH 6A p 225
YELLES, Augustus, head, b Oct 1850 b PA, parents b PA; laborer, foundry
", Eli.., wife b Nov 1858, 41y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, had 4 ch 3 living
", Roland, son b July 1878, 21y b PA, laborer, foundry
", Jennie, dau b Oct 1889, 10y b PA
", Charles H., son b Apr 1892, 8y b PA
CENSUS: 1910 Bangor, Northampton Co., PA; ED 56
YELLES, Augustus, head, 58y b PA, parents b PA, married once, mar. 33y,
laborer, mech. shop
", Elizabeth, wife, 51y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 3 living
", Jennie L., dau 20y b PA; milliner, milliner shop
", Charles, son 18y b PA
"Elizabeth Alice Main Weisz, dau. of Rev. Israel S., born Nov. 18, 1858; m. to Augustus Yelles, a carriage blacksmith and painter. They reside at Bangor, Northampton Co., PA., and have four children..". Rolland, Mabel, Jennie, Charles. Ancestry.com. The George Shuman family : genealogy and history, from the time of arrival in America, in 1760, to the year 1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: Shuman, William C.. The George Shuman family : genealogy and history, from the time of arrival in America, in 1760, to the year 1913. Evanston, Ill.: W.C. Shuman, 1913, p 95.
__ | |--Sarah Ann ZARBAUGH | |__
CENSUS: 1880 Brown Twp., Franklin Co., OH; p 57A
ENGLEHART, Sarah, 27y b OH, married, housekeeper, parents b PA
", Charles F., son 6y b OH, at school, parents b OH
", Clinton E., son 4y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 139 Sh 8B
EVANS, Charles, head, b Apr 1859, 41y widow b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mary E., dau b Mar 1886, 14y b OH, at school
", Wilmer H., son b Mar 1888, 12y b OH, at school
", Chalres A., son b Feb 1890, 10y b OH, at school
", Frank N., son b July 1891, 8y b OH, at school
", Florence M., dau b Nov 1894, 5y b OH
ENGELHARDT, Sarah, servant, b May 1853, 47y widow b OH, parents b PA, domestic, had 2 ch 2 living
CENSUS: 1910 Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 198 Sh 8A
EVANS, Charles M., head, 50y widow b OH, fa b Wales, ma b OH, farmer
", Mary, dau 24y single b OH, parents b OH
", Wilmer H., son 22y b OH, teamster, odd jobs
", Charles A., son 20y b OH, butcher, meat stand
", Frank N., son 18y b OH, farm laborer, home farm
", Florence, dau 16y b OH
ENGLEHARDT, Sarah, housekeeper, 56y widow b OH, parents b PA, had 2 ch 2 living, housekeeper, private family.
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 103 SH 1B - 1667 Franklin Ave.
LUSHEY, Harry, head, 42y b OH, parents b OH, manufacturer, shoes
", Mabel, wife 39y b OH, parents b OH
ENGLEHART, Sarah, mother-in-law, 57y widow b OH, parents b OH
LOCATION: 1927 - William Edward Zarbaugh, 60, of Reynoldsburg was killed last night when he was caught between two freight cars in Columbus... listed as survivors includes Mrs. Sarah Englehart of Reynoldsburg. Obit also mentions that their father, Charles Zarbaugh, senior, died in a similar way when two interurban cars collided near Canal Winchester about 10 years ago. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 18, 1927]
NAME: Clinton's cemetery info shows he was the son of John Englehart and Sarah Zarbaugh. In the 1880 census, Sarah is listed as married, though no husband is with her. She resides next-door to a Zarbaugh family, Peter and Martha, parents.
"My father, Conrad, was next to the youngest of seven living children, and a lad of eleven years of age when the emigration took place (from York Co., PA). An eighth child, two-year old baby Elizabeth had been buried twelve years before in the Ziegler Church cemetery. Grandfather Jacob, then, and his family were the pioneers, the first of the Zorbaughs to respond to the call of the west.
"My cousin tells me grandfather's hair was white when he died. I never saw him, but well remember seeing grandmother when, in 1890, my father, sister Grace and I paid a visit to Canal Winchester from our home in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and were fed on the fat of the land.
"My father's brothers and sisters, for the most part, lived and died in Canal Winchester. Uncle Peter was a blacksmith. Uncle Jacob learned the blacksmith trade, but later took up carriage painting and ran the shop in which my father Conrad was working when Principal Stone, of the Columbus School for the Deaf, found him and persuaded him to go to school, though he was then a grown man with no education. Uncle Charles was a brick and stone mason. Uncle Henry a farmer. Aunt Catharine, or aunt Kate as we called her, married Israel Gladfelter. Aunt Barbara married Reuben Bott.
"Uncle Peter's children were Henry, Sarah, Nathan, Will and Kate. Henry raised a large family. Sarah married an ENGLEHART. Kate married a Klahr, and lives at Pleasantville, Ohio."
Ancestral trails : history of the Zorbaugh family, the Evans family, the
McClure family, the Harvey family, the Clapp family, Wooster, Ohio, Collier
Print Co., 1941, pp 31-33.
Death certificate image. Sarah Ann Englehart, Union Twp., Licking Co., Ohio, died Nov. 27, 1931 aged 77y 6m 2d, widowed. Born may 25, 1854 in Canal Winchester, Ohio, to Peter Zarbaugh b PA and Martha Derr b Mansfield, Ohio. Informant was Katherine Klahr of Pleasantville, OH. Buried in Canal Winchester, Nov. 30.
__ | |--Jacob ZOLL | |__
1828 - Jacob and Magdalena Zoll were sponsors for the baptism of Elias? Alspach, 04 May 1828, child of ? & Christina Alspach, "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 18. They were also sponsors for David Fuhr on 03 May 1828, s/o Friedrich and Elisabeth FUHR (p 19).
DOD/POD: email from Judith Flinn, November 2000.
CENSUS: 1850 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 96/96
ZOLL, Jacob 59y farmer b PA
", Mary 58y b PA
", Josiah 23y farmer b OH
ALSPACH, Adeline 7y b OH
"Jacob Zoll came [to Eagle Twp.] in 1833, but did not settler here till the following year when, with his family, he located in section 15. He died in 186, and one of his sons, David, lives near the old homestead.". [HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, Warner, Beers & Co., Chicago, 1886, p 411]
In the bio of David Zoll, it mentions his parents as Jacob ZOLL and Mary Ann ALSPACH, natives of Schuylkill Co., PA, who had nine children: David, Mrs. Ellen Oman, Mrs. Elizabeth Alspach, John, William, Mrs. Mary Ann Fellers (deceased), Joshua, Josiah and Eli". [HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, Warner, Beers & Co., Chicago, 1886, p 720]
_David ZOLL __+ | |--Samantha Ellen ZOLL | |_Sarah CRIST _
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: From Arlene Zoll McLennan via November 2000 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 98/98
ZOLL, David 34y farmer b OH
", Sarah 23y b OH
", Mary I. 7y b OH
", Samantha 4y b OH
", Rufus 2y b OH
", Jacob 8/12 b OH