__ | |--Donna | |__
_Peter ADAMS ________ | |--Percival ADAMS | |_Elizabeth DETWILER _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 149. p 364 shows Percival Adams, Feb. 11, 1833 died Mar. 24, 1911.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 267
ADAM, Peter, 56y farmer b PA
", Elizabeth, 48y b PA, can't read or write
", William 19y shoemaker b PA
", Percival, 17y farmer b PA
", Cass[ell?], 15y male b PA, attended school
", Rebecca, 11y b PA, attended school
", Elizabeth, 7y b PA, attended school
", Silas, 5y b PA
CENSUS: 1860 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 14
ADAMS, Peter, 55 (does not look like 65) farmer b PA
", Elizabeth, 57y b PA
", Pasawell, 23y farmer b PA, $200 personal estate
", Becca, 20y sewing out b PA
", Elizabeth, 17y b PA
", Sylas, 12y b PA
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 148/152
GLICK, Manassa, 36y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth J., 28y keeping house b OH
", Mary C., 7y attending school b OH
", Johnathan 5y attending school b OH
", Lucy A., 2y at home b OH
ADAMS, Percival 36y farm laborer b PA
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 6
ADAMS, Percival, 47y single carpenter b PA, parents b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SH 9A ED 5
ADAMS, Pass, head, b Oct 1833, 66y b PA, parents b PA, house carpenter, single
[Note: the 1900 census for this individual appears that his name is "Pass" rather than Percival or Percy or something similar. His location and occupation, location of birth and that of his parents, leads me to believe that Percival and Pass are the same individual.
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 53, Visitation 170
ADAMS, Percival, 76y b PA, parents b PA, single, no occ.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Percival Adams, died in Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006
Death certificate image. Percival Adams died March 24, 1911 in Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 78y 2m 13d, single b PA, born Jan. 11, 1833 to Peter Adams b PA and Elizabeth Detwiler b PA. Farmer. Informant was Alice Schleich of Lithopolis, Ohio. Buried in Lithopolis March 26.
NOTE: 1900 census shows he was born Oct 1833. Death certificate states Jan. 11, 1833. Tombstone supposedly shows Feb. 11, 1833.
_Reuben ALSPACH _+ | |--Charity ALSPACH | |_Effie PENCE ____+
NAME/DOB: From 1850 census. See notes on supposed father.
CENSUS: 1860 Otter Creek Twp., Linn Co., IA; post office Lafayette, p 298.
ALSPAUGH, Reuben, 45y farmer b OH, $5680 real estate, $910 personal estate
", Effa, 43y b OH
", Charity 19y b OH
", Lampson P., 14y b OH
", Wilson 12y b OH
", Franklin 8y b OH
", Chester 4y b IA
", Perry 7y b OH
", Mary 19y b OH
_John D. ALSPACH _____ | |--Elizabeth ALSPACH | |_Elizabeth HEIMBAUGH _+
The tombstone shows "Elizabeth, daughter of John D. and Elizabeth Alspach, died [Aug. 1] 1849 [aged 1] mon. 28 days. The cemetery inscription book merely says "daughter of J. & M; however, the stone clearly shows the first names of the parents.
Elizabeth's mother died shortly before her, probably from complications of childbirth.
__ | |-- BARKMAN | |__
_Alexander BEATTY _ | |--John BEATTY | |_Elizabeth TONER __
NAME/DOB/Parentage: IGI Film #1903623. "Alexander Beatty and Elizabeth".
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 35.
CENSUS: 1850 Royalton, Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family 1802.
BEATY, John 40y farmer b OH
", Delila 37y b OH
", James H. 14y b OH
", John A. 11y b OH
", Alma 6y b OH
", Joseph 5y b OH
", William 2y b OH
CORTNY, Harriet 14y b OH
DOM/POM: License dated 22 Jun 1853, names listed as Matilda Weiser and John
Beaty. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868, Fairfield Co.,
Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.
_Richard Lee BEHRENS _+ | |--Denise BEHRENS | |_Delores _____________
_Ezra David BROBST _+ | |--George R. BROBST | |_Elizabeth WEIDNER _+
In wife's obituary of July 1988, it lists George R., her husband, as being deceased.
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 99
BROBET, Ezra D. husband 42 b OH
", Elizabeth 43 wife b OH
", Charles 17 son b OH
", Albert 15 son b OH
", Clara 11 dau b OH
", Kathryn 8 dau b OH
", George 3 son b OH
", Mary 1 dau b OH
CENSUS 1920, Cedar Ridge Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 151/155
BROBST, D. E. 52 b OH; parents b OH; carpenter
", Elizabeth, wife, 53 b OH; father b OH; mother b VA
", Clara, dau 21 b OH
", Catherine, dau 17 b OH
", George son 13 b OH
", Mary dau 10 b OH
DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958, index only (no images) familysearch.org:
George R. Brobst b Canal Winchester, O., to D. E. Brobst and Elizabeth Weidner, and Ruth E. Foor b 1906 Lithopolis, Ohio, to J. M. Foor and Bessie Kyser, age 21, married April 13, 1927 in Franklin Co., Ohio.
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 1B
BROBST, George R., head, rents home for $15/month, owns a radio set, doesn't live on a farm, 23y b OH, parents b OH, age 21 at first marriage, grinder, bearing plant
", Ruth E., wife 23y b OH, parents b OH, age 21 at first marriage
", Betty A., dau 1 5/12 b OH
Death certificate 76489 image. George R. Brobst, resided and died at 4192 Alum Creek Drive, rural Madison Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, Dec. 26, 1947, aged 41y 0m 12d, suicide, carbon monoxide poisoning. Married to Ruth Brobst who was aged 40 years. Born Dec. 14, 1906 in Marcy, Pickaway Co., Ohio, to Daniel Ezra Brobst b Marcy, Ohio and Elizabeth A. Weidner b Bremen, Ohio. Informant was Mrs. Ruth Brobst. Buried Obetz cemetery, Dec. 30. Turned car on and tube from exhaust.
_Van BURTON ________ | |--Flossie M. BURTON | |_Laura J. MONTAGUE _+
CENSUS: 1900 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 92
BURTON, Van, b Nov 1849, 50y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Laura J., b Apr 1859, 41y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, mar. 23y, had 6 ch 5
", George [T.?], son b May 1878, 22y b OH
", Pearl V., son b June 1880 19y b OH
", Flora? Flossa? M., dau b Mar 1885 15y b OH
", Charles H., son b Nov 1887 12y b OH
", Mark E., son b Nov 1890 9y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 242
CRUIT, Bert, 32y b OH, mar 5y, parents b OH, farmer
", Flossie, 25y b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, parents b OH
", Clarence, 5y b OH
1920 CENSUS: Campground Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 144/144
CRUIT, Robert W. 42 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Flossie M., wife 33 b OH; parents b OH
", Clarence W., son 14 b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SH 13B ED 7
CRUIT, Robert W., head, 52y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 26, farmer
", Flossie M., wife 45y b OH, parents b OH, first married at (29?)
", Clarence W., son 24y b OH, parents b OH, farm operator
Death certificate image. Flossie M. Cruit resided and died at 302 E. Wheeling St., Lancaster, Ohio, Oct. 2, 1947 aged 62y 6m 2d, widowed, husband Robert W. Cruit, born March 30, 1885 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, father's name Van Burton b OH, mother Laura Montague b OH. Informant was Clarence Cruit of 636 Garfield Ave., Lancaster. Buried in Greenmound Cem., Fairfield Co.
_John H. CAIN ________ | |--Beatrice P. CAIN | |_Mary Elizabeth FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1880 District 24, Breckenridge Co., KY, p 30B
CAIN, John, 39y farmer b KY, fa b VA, ma b KY
", Mary 27y wife keeping house b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY
", Beatrice, 5y dau at home b KY
", Thomas, 3y son b KY
", Annie? 1y dau b KY
", Alice, 10/12 b in Sept, dau b KY
CENSUS: 1900 New Albany, New Albany Twp., Floyd Co., IN; ED 74 SH 1B; 1224
KANE, John H., head, b May 1841, 59y b KY, parents b KY, mar. 26y, grocer
", Mary E., wife b Nov 1852, 47y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, had 13 ch 9 living
", Beatrice, dau b June 1874, 25y b KY, wool sorter
", Thomas, son b Sept 1876 23y b KY, packer, furniture
", Anna B., dau b Feb 1878, 22y b KY, seamstress
", Ida B., dau b Dec 1880, 19y b KY, seamstress
", Glovie D., dau b Nov 1882, 17y b KY, pants maker
", Clarence, son b Mar 1888, 12y b KY
", Elsie M., dau b Feb 1890, 10y b KY
", Jas. H., son b Feb 1893, 7y b KY
", Wilber L., son b June 1895, 4y b KY
CENSUS: 1910 Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, ED 38 visitation 75, SH 4a p 217
CAIN, Mary, 57y widow b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY, housekeeper, at home
", Beatrice P., 35y b KY, seamstress, clothing factory
", Glovie D., 27y b KY, machine operator, clothing factory
", Elsie M., 20y b KY, machine operator, clothing factory
", John H., 17y b KY, presser, clothing
", Wilbert, 14y b KY
CENSUS: 1920 Jacobs Addition, Jefferson Co., KY; ED 30 SH 2B
CAIN, Mary, head, 60y widow b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY
", Beatrice, dau, 45y single b KY, seamstress in own home
", Glovie, dau 36y single b KY, muslin? adjuster? pants? factory
", John, son 28y single b KY, presser, [pants?] factory
", Wilbur, son 24y single b KY, house painter
RILEY, Anna granddaughter 15y b KY, fa b TN, ma b KY
", Mary, granddaughter 11y b KY, fa b TN, ma b KY
", Louise, granddaughter 9y b KY, fa b TN, ma b KY
__ | |--Carol G. CARRUTHERS | |__
NAME: Mentioned in wife Nora (Dowler) Carruther's Dec. 1994 obituary.
(Note: Carol is found in the 1910 and 20 census in Madison twp., Franklin Co., Ohio. He's the son of Robert K. Carruthers and Myrtle M.)
CENSUS: 1930 Groveport, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; Naomi Court; ED 188 SH 6B
CARRUTHERS, Carol G., head, owns home worth $5500, 26y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 24; oiler, electric power plant
", Nora E., wife 27y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 25
", Theodor D., son 1 6/12 b OH, parents b OH
DOD: Name listed as Carol Carruthers, born 20 Sep 1903, died Mar 1971, last known address Groveport, Ohio.
_Thomas CAWTHON _ | |--George R. CAWTHON | |_Polly HICKLE ___
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236.
CENSUS: 1850 Colerain Twp., Ross Co., OH; visitation 527
CORTHAN, Thos. 54y farmer b VA
", Mary, 54y b VA
", Wm., 25y farmer b VA
", Elizabeth 19y b OH
", George 18y farmer b OH
", Mary 13y b OH
HICKLE, Tresa?, 8uy female b VA
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 34/32
CAWTHER, George 26y farmer b OH
", Roseanna 21y b OH
", John W., 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Upper Sandusky, Wyandot Co., OH; p 519A
CAWTHEN, George, 46y laborer b IN, parents b VA, can't write
", Rosantha, 41y wife keeping house, b OH, parents b OH, has typhoid fever
", John W., 23y son, gunsmith
", Albert L., 15y son attending school b IL
__ | |--Diane K. CESSNA | |__
_Martin COFFMAN _ | |--Elizabeth COFFMAN | |_Anna ___________
NAME/SPOUSE: Mentioned in father's 1829 parition records.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
_Elmer Keiser COLLEDGE _+ | |--Nora COLLEDGE | |_Nellie Grace GROVE ____+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 37.
CENSUS: 1910 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 9 SH 37
COLLEDGE, Keyser, head, 25y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 4y, coal miner
", Nelley, wife 26y b PA, parents b PA, both married once
", Nora, dau 1 ?/12 b PA
HINISH, Clarence, hired boy, 13y b PA, parents b PA, farm laborer, home farm
COLLEDGE, Lawrence, brother 20y b PA, parents b PA, coal miner
CENSUS: 1920 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, ED 10 SH 1B
COLLEGE, Jane, head, 69y widow b PA, parents b PA
", Keyser, son 34y widow b PA, parents b PA
", Chester, son 25y single b PA
", Nora, granddaughter 10y b PA, parents b PA
", Lloyd, grandson 2 ?/12 b PA
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 28
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 5A
FOOR, Leroy, head, owns home, resides on farm, 24y b PA, parents b PA,
married at 19y, farmer
", Nora, wife 21y b PA, parents b PA, married at 16y
", Betty L.., dau 4y b PA
", Nellie M., dau 4/12 b PA
", Clara, mother, 58y widow b PA, parents b PA
__ | |--Lori Ann COX | |__
Lori Ann Leming-Shew
Leming-Shew DECATUR - Lori Ann Leming-Shew, age 34, of Decatur, IL was called to Heaven, Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 12:53 A.M., in Decatur Memorial Hospital, after a brave two-year battle with Kidney Cancer. Visitation will be at Brintlinger & Earl Funeral Home 5 to 8 P.M., Thursday, January 20, 2005. Funeral service will be 10:00 A.M., Friday, January 21, 2005 at Heartland Community Church, 3253 N. Brush College Rd. Decatur, IL, with Pastor David Pinta officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery, Decatur, IL. Lori requested memorials be made to the Education Fund of the Children of Lori Shew at Main Street Trust/The First National Bank of Decatur, (c/o Judy Hughes), 130 N. Water St., Decatur, IL 62523. Lori was born March 14, 1970 in Decatur, the daughter of Jack Leming and Linda Stach (Leming) Cox. Lori was a loving daughter, sister & friend to her proud mother, father and sister. Lori was a devoted mother to her 4 children and a loving wife to her husband. Lori married Michael Ray Shew on June 26, 1999 in Decatur, IL. Lori graduated from Mt. Zion High School in 1988. She attended Richland Community College. Lori was a dedicated employee at the First National Bank of Decatur for 13 years. She held many positions but the most recent was as a Personal Banker & Visa Merchant Representative at the Ash Avenue facility. She was a member of the Noon Women's Network, Big Brother's/Big Sister's, and Heartland Community Church. Surviving are her husband, Michael Ray Shew, sons, Christopher John (C.J.) Leming, Dyllan Joseph Foor, Bryce Dalton Shew, daughter, Alexis Taylor Shew all of Decatur, mother, Linda Cox and step-father, Robert of Clinton, IL, father, Jack Leming and stepmother, Carole of Decatur, IL, sister, Amy Sandage and brother-in-law, Delmar and niece, Emily Rose Sandage all of Flora, IL, step-sisters, Debbie Horvath (Tim) of Dallas, TX, De Cox of Decatur, Robin Walsh (Buzz) of Oreana, step-brothers, Bob Nash and Ken Nash both of Decatur, mother-in-law, Dorothy Shew, brother-in-law, Tim Shew (Peggy) all of the Quad Cities, Sheryl (Earl) Council of Naples, FL, Yvonne (Carl) Essary of Joliet, IL, special aunts, uncles & cousins, friends, church family & bank family. Lori was preceded in death by both sets of maternal & paternal grandparents. The family and Lori want to especially thank her family, friends, church & bank family that were so dedicated in helping her during her battle, Pastor David Pinta, who visited and counseled her as a family member, Dr. Wade and Cancer Care, Dr. Elliott & DMH Radiology Department & 4th floor ICU at Decatur Memorial Hospital. Lori was a gentle, loving, sensitive, sentimental, courageous, beautiful Christian woman that touched the hearts of all that knew her. Her family is and always has been SO VERY proud of her. She fought cancer with faith, courage and grace until the Lord told her it was time to come home. Her family will NEVER forget the LOVE and SUNSHINE she blessed them with and will love her forever! We know she will be "our guardian angel" now and KNOW she will either come RUNNING to GREET us with her radiant smile when we get to Heaven's door or "come get us" when it is in God's plan for US to be with her again. We all know the cancer did NOT win as Lori is now in ALL HER GLORY with our heavenly Father. Lori's favorite Bible verse was Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." This verse was made apparent in Lori's lifeGod had a plan and Lori Trusted him. We will always thank God for blessing US with LORI, for blessing Lori and HER life, for HEARING her prayers. We will see you soon Sweet Lori Annie. Your love will always be in our hearts. Obituary written by family members
Published in the Decatur Herald & Review from 1/19/2005 - 1/20/2005.
_ DAVIS ____ | |--James DAVIS | |_Elizabeth _
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
DAVIS, Elizabeth, one male 10-15, one male 20-30, one female 60-70
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
DAVIS, James; one male 20-30, one female 80-90.
CENSUS; 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
DAVIS, Elizabeth 90y b VA
", James, 42y farmer b OH
_Emmett E. DUNHAM _ | |--Carolyn DUNHAM | |_Lena Mae DEHART __
NAME: From sister's obituary
_Wilhelm FENSTERMACHER _ | |--Hebena? FENSTERMACHER | |_Susanna THEAL _________
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap: "Jobs/Hiobs Union Church, German Reformed and Lutheran,
Violet Township, Fairfield County, Ohio" (built 1849), Fairfield Co Chapter
OGS, 1993, p 4. Sponsors, Samuel and Maria Dressler.
_John FOOR _+ | |--Abraham FOOR | |_Catherine _
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 3, 36, 39 Note: Abraham's wife is
also his niece.
CENSUS: 1830 Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA
FORD, Abraham; one male 20-30; one female under 5, one female 20-30, one female 70-80.
CENSUS: 1850 Montgomery Township, Indiana Co., PA, page 58.
FOOR, Abraham 52y, labor (all b in PA)
", Mary 50
", Martha 18y
", Catherine 14y
", Jeremiah 12y
", Lucinda 10y
POB: From William J. Henderson gedcom via email, October 1999.
__ | |--Brian S. FOOR | |__
[T79804] Unknown if this is the husband. Both reside in Claysburg, PA.
_Wilbur Morton FOOR ____+ | |--Donella E. FOOR | |_Myrtle Marie SHATTUCK _
NAME/POB/DOB/DOM/POM: From the familytreemaker.com website of Janis G. Huffman of Comstock Park, MI [October 2001]
LOCATION: 2006 - listed as a surviving daughter, Donella Peasley of Delford, MI., in father's December obit.
_John PHILIPS ___ | |--Earl FOOR | |_Lily Lois FOOR _+
[T112381] Death certificate image. Earl Foor born Aug. 9, 1917 at retreat 4916 St. Clair, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, died at 1d (?) [perhaps it was meant to be one hour?] to John Philips b unknown and Lois Foor b Grover Hill, Ohio. Informant was Elizabeth Curtis of same address. Buried Woodland Cem., Aug. 11. Death caused by premature labor at (1st?) trimester?, labor caused after 150 mile railroad journey.
_Edward C. FOOR ____+ | |--Edward Eugene FOOR | |_Vera Mae HAVEMANN _
[T118730] NAME: From Jamie E. (BROWN) FOOR via Feb. 2008 email. "James has two brothers Jason Lynn Foor and Edward Eugene Foor".
_Johnathan S. FOOR _+ | |--Eliza J. FOOR | |_Mary Ann FOOR _____+
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 29.
According to Robin E. Foor, this individual did not marry [3/97].
CENSUS: 1870 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 98/98
FOOR, Johnathon 30y farmer b PA
", Mary A., 31y keeping house b PA
", Samuel S., 10y at home b PA
", George B., 9y b PA
", Eliza J. 4y b PA
", Benj. F. 2y b PA
CENSUS: 1880 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, visitation 81/88
FOOR, Johnathan S., 39y laborer b PA, parents b PA
", Mary A., 42y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA, can't read or write
", Samuel W. S., 20y son, laborer b PA
", George B. M. C. 18y son, laborer, can't write, b PA
", Eliza J., 13y dau b PA, can't write
", Benjamin F. Butler, 11y son b PA, can't read or write
", Lydia R., 9y dau., can't read or write, b PA
", Alice E., 7y dau. b PA
", Frances L., 5y dau b PA
", Charles, 3y son b PA
NOTE: Johnathan has a check in column 20 which is for "Maimed, crippled,
bedridden, or otherwise disabled". None of the children are shown as having
CENSUS: 1900 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SD 13, ED 10, SH 6b
Enumerated June 16th, visitation 109/114
FOOR, Jonathan, b Dec 1839, 60y b PA, parents b PA, mar 43y, farmer
", Mary A., wife b Oct 1838, 61y b PA, parents b PA, had 8 ch 7 living
", Eliza J., dau b Oct 1857, 33 single b PA
", Francis, son b Apr 1875, 25y b PA, farm laborer
", Charles C., son b Sep 1877, 22y b PA, farm labor
", Clayton B., grandson b Dec 1884, 15y b PA, at school
", Laura, grandau b Dec 1886, 13y b PA, at school
", Earlston, grandson b Jul 1897, 2y b PA
"Miss Eliza Foor, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Foor, of Rays Cove, died at their home Saturday, Feb. 25th, of rheumatism, aged 38y 13d. [Martinsburg Herald, 1905, as posted to the Bedford Co., PAGenWeb website]
_Francis Foster FOOR _+ | |--Frances Marie FOOR | |_Alice Mary HEADLEY __
NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/POB/DOM/SPOUSE: From Linda Franks Beebe via January 2001 email. "Frances and George's children are Georgia Kathryn, who married William Schafer 12 May 1979, in Lexington. Div 1995 in Lexington. William and Georgia had one daughter, Sarah Elizabeth born 10 Mar, 1988 in
Lexington. Georgia married Larry Hardison, 15 Jul 2000, in Knoxville, TN.
Frances and George's other child is George T. Martin III, born 6 Jun 1955
in Lexington. He is not married and has no children."
CENSUS: 1930 - 56 Rockmill Road, Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 218 SH 3A p 176
BRUCKMAN, Max, head, rents home, resides on a farm, 34y b Germany, parents b Germany, first married at age 32, dairy farmer, immigrated 1914
", Alace M., wife, 24y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 18
", Richard C., son 2 and 1/12? 7/12? b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH
", Max A., son, 1/12? 7/12? 9/12?, b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH
BRUCKMAN, Frances, stepdaughter 5 and 6/12 b OH, parents b OH
"Mrs. Max Bruckman, Outville, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Frances Foor, to Karl Deck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deck, 61 Fulton Avenue. The ceremony took place Nov. 3, 1941. The bride is a member of this year's graduating class at Kirkersville." [Newark Advocate, Newark, OH, May 25, 1942, p 5.]
"Foor-Deck Rites Read November 3 Being Announced" - Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Frances Foor and Karl Deck on Nov. 3, 1941. The double-ring ceremony was read by Rev. A. F. Noethlick in the Methodist Church in Groveport. Mrs. Deck is the daughter of Mrs. Max Burckman of Outville and is a member of this year's graduating class of Kirkersville high school. Mr. Deck is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deck of 61 Fulton avenue. He was graduated in 1940 from Kirkersville high school and is now employed with the Byerlyte corporation at Heath. The couple will reside in 79 North Buena Vista Street. [Newark Advocate, Newark, OH, May 25, 1942, p 9].
_Lloyd Wilson FOOR _________+ | |--Gerald George "Jerry" FOOR | |_Martha Elizabeth OLDFIELD _
NAME: From Harry Scott Foor, 3/97, 3033 Hazelton-Etna Road, Pataskala, OH
Gerald G. and Donna D. Foor own land in Licking Co., OH, [Licking County, Ohio, Auditor's website, Oct. 2003]
LOCATION: 1965 - Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Longstreth, Rt. 1, Pataskala, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Donna Delaine, to Gerald George Foor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Foor, Rt. 2, Pataskala. Bride is a graduate of Licking Heights H.S., and groom of Watkins Memorial High School. An Aug. 29 wedding in Jersey Presbyterian Church is planned. [Newark Advocate, Newark, Ohio, July 23, 1965]
LOCATION: 2004 - listed as a surviving brother, Gerald (Donna) Foor of Pataskala, Ohio, in brother Harold's April 2004 obituary.
Listed as "special friends" in the obituary of James R. Buell, age 65 of Johnstown, Ohio, who died Saturday, May 15, 2004, was "Jerry and Donna Foor [and] their son, Dale and Angie Foor".
_Fred E. FOOR ____+ | |--Lawrence FOOR | |_Gussie Mae DUNN _+
[T9788] NAME: From the gedcom of Joe Morse, email, May 1999.
_Jacob Hartzell FOOR _+ | |--Marshall Charles FOOR | |_Mary A. HINISH ______
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 11
CENSUS: 1900 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SD 13, ED 10, SH 3B, taken June 11th
FOOR, Jacob H., b Feb 1860, 40y widowed b PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Celia A., sister b June 1880, 19y single b PA, parents b PA, house keeper
", Espy C., son b Jul 1882, 17y b PA, farm labor
", Rosel O., son b Mar 1884, 16y b PA, at school
", Nellie M., dau b Mar 1886, 14y b PA, at school
", James S., son b Oct 1887, 12y b PA, at school
", Howard R., son b Jul 1889, 10y b PA, at school
", Charles A., son b May 1891 9y b PA, at school
", Stella, dau b May 1893, 7y b PA, at school
", Marshall, son b Sep 1895, 4y b PA
", Sherman H., son b July? 1897, 3y b PA
", Foredda?, mother-in-law b May 1840, 60y widowed b PA, parents b PA, had 12 ch, 9 living, occ?
SHAFER, Harry?, boarder, b Jul 1876, 23y b PA, parents b PA, farm labor
NOTE: Mother-in-law has same last surname??
CENSUS: 1910 Bedford Co., PA district 9 vis 68
FOOR, Jacob H. 50 (all b PA
", Carrie L. 39 wife
", Raymon 20 son
", Ambrose 18 son
", Estella I 16 dau
", Marshall 14 son
", Sherman 12 son
", Harold 4 son
", Wilma 2 dau
Name listed as "Marshall Isaih Foor" (signature looks like "Marshall Isiah Foor"), born Sept. 10, 1895, resides Breezewood, PA. Farming for O. T. Ritchey near Breezewood. Married. Medium height and build, brown hair and eyes. Ancestry.com. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
"Nellie B. Foor vs Marshall I. Foor in divorce; subpoena awarded" [Bedford
Gazette, Bedford, PA, March 3, 1922]
CENSUS: 1930 Victoria, Lunnenburg Co., VA; ED 56-10 SH 12A p 263; 258 5th Street
FOOR, Marshall C., head, rents home for $30/month, owns a radio set, does not reside on a farm, 33y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 26, locomotive foreman, steam railroad
", Cosby [E.?], wife 29y b WV, parents b WV, married first at age 22
", Mary A., dau 6y b VA, fa b PA, ma b WV
ROBERTSON, P----l L., head, owns home worth $5000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 54y b WV, parents b VA, salesman, groceries
", Alice M., wife 53y b VA, parents b VA
", Lee P., son 16y b WV
", Thomas C., son 9y b VA
LOCATION: 1942 - name listed as Marshall Chalres Foor of Victoria, Lunenburg Co., VA, age 46, born Sept. 10, 1896 in Bedford Co., PA. Person who would always know his address is Mrs. M. C. Foor of Victoria, VA. Works for Virginian Railway Co., Victoria, VA. Brown hair and eyes, 5' 9" tall, 160 pounds, dark complexion. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
LOCATION: 1954 - "Mr. and Mrs. Chester Foor and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foor and daughter, Cheryl, left Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Foor at Victoria, VA", [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, August 20, 1954]
LOCATION: 1958 - listed as a surviving son Marshall Foor of Victoria, VA, in stepmother's Oct. obit.
_Charles Martin FOOR ____+ | |--Paul Robert "Ralph" FOOR | |_Sarah "Sadie" A. CLARK _
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 36.
MIDDLE NAME: From Tina Demers via email Sept. 2000.
MIDDLE NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not documented - shown as Paul Ralph Foor.
DOB/DOD: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not
SSDI: Paul FOOR b 23 Feb 1910, d Nov 1979, last known residence being in Lorain Co.,OH according to SSDI.
CENSUS: 1910 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 132/137, ED 10
[Prior family is that of parents, Augustus and Harriet Foor]
FOOR, Charles M., head, 24y b PA, parents b PA, farm laborer
" Sarah A., wife 22?y mar 4 y, b PA, had 3 ch 3 living, parents b PA
", Alvin K., son 3y b PA
", Martha G., dau 1 ?/12 b PA
", Paul, son 3?/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1920 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, visitation 79/80; SD 20, ED
11, Sheet 4 A.
FOOR, Charles M., head, 35y b PA, parent b PA, farmer
", Sarah A., wife 31y b PA
", Alvin K. son 13y b PA
", Grace M. dau 11y b PA
", Paul R., son 10y b PA
", Margaret R. 8y b PA
", Augustus D., son 3 ?/12 b PA
", -lone C. ?? son 1 4/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 11A
FOOR, Charles M., owns a home, resides on a farm, 44y b PA, parents b PA,
married first at 21y, farmer
", Sarah, wife 42y b PA, parents b PA, married first at 19y
", Alvin, son 23y b PA, laborer, odd jobs
", Augustus, son 18y b PA
", Lee, son 11y b PA
", Marl, son 7y b PA
", Robert, son 5y b PA
", Donald, son 2y b PA
LOCATION: 1930 - "A basket dinner featured the fifteenth annual reunion of the Jerow family at the home of John Richardt east of Waldo. Those present..." mentioned Miss Margaret Foor, and Paul Foor as well as a "Miss Ruth Reichardt" of Marion. [THE MARION STAR, Marion, Ohio, August 15, 1930].
LOCATION: 1933 - "Mr. and Mrs. Frank THATCHER and Miss Hanna SEVERNS of Blaine avenue and Miss Emma REICHARDT of Waldo spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor of Bedford, PA", [THE MARION STAR, Marion, Ohio, April 11, 1933, p 8.]
LOCATION: 1934 - "Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor of 275 Chestnut street are parents of a daughter born Friday. She has been named Marilyn Ann." [THE MARION STAR, Marion, Ohio, January 13, 1934, p 2.]
LOCATION: 1937 - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thatcher and Mrs. Hannah Severns of Maine
Avenue spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor and daughter Marilyn of
Lorain. [Marion Star, Marion, Ohio, June 1, 1937]
LOCATION: 1939 - "Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor are the parents of a baby boy born at their home on East Main Street, February 9th. The baby has been named Duane Charles. [The Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Feb. 14, 1939, p 8?]
LOCATION: 1939 - "South Amherst, June 15 - Members of the Ladies Aid Society entertained at the Methodist Church Tuesday...Mrs. Paul Foor and Mrs. Arthur Ernst will be the hostesses at the next regular meeting." [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, June 15, 1939, p 8.]
LOCATION: 1938 - "Mrs. Oliver Honored. South Amherst. Mrs. Bud Oliver was guest of honor recently at a miscellaneous shower held at the home of Mrs. Paul Foor... [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, June 21, 1938, June 8].
LOCATION: 1948 - "Little Robert Andrew Gainok, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gainok, was baptized Tuesday evening at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor by the Rev. Dale Riggs of the South Amherst Methodist church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Foor." [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Sept 29, 1948, p 18.]
LOCATION: 1952 - Marilyn Foor, of South Amherst, served as a bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Marian Starkey and Raymond L. Thompson at the South Amherst Methodist church. [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, Sept. 17, 1952.]
LOCATION: 1956 - "Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foor will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary by holding open house at their home on Pyle-South Amherst Rd. Sunday afternoon from 2-4. The Foors were married Mar. 7, 1931, in Marion, with the Rev. Herbert Weckmeller hearing the exchange of vows in the parsonage of the Reformed Church. They were attended by the brides sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards. Mrs. Foor was born Ruth Richardt. Foor came from Everett, PA. After the wedding, they made their home in Marion for about 5 years before moving to South Amherst. They lived at 164 East Main st. until they moved to their present home. They have two children, Marilyn, wife of Richard Wilhelm, and Duane, a sophomore in high school. Mr. and Mrs. Foor and family are active members of the Methodist Church, where Mrs. Foor teaches a sunday school class. She is also active in community affairs and parent-teacher work. Foor, besides running his farm, is employed as an electric welder at the Thew Shovel Co., a position he has held for 18 years." [Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria, OH, March 1, 1956, p 28.]
LOCATION: 1961 - listed as being of South Amherst, South Pyle Road in article about son Duane's wedding.
LOCATION: 1971 - "Burglars unlocked a dining room window to enter the Paul R. Foor residence, 1207 Pyle-S Amherst Road, South Amherst, and escaped with a pistol valued at $35 yesterday, Lorain county sheriff's deputies, reported. Foor told deputies the break-in took place between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. yesterday while he and his wife were in Marion. The pistol, a 32 caliber automatic, was removed from a bedroom dresser drawer, deputies said." [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, March 12, 1971]
_Harold Earl FOORE _____+ | |--Patricia Irene FOORE | |_Mazie Susanna OSBORNE _
[T14588] NAME: From brother Melvin Eugene Foore's 1999 obituary. "Of Marion".
__ | |-- FORR | |__
_Enoch FRITTER _ | |--Dennis FRITTER | |_Catherine _____
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
FRITTER, Enoch 54y b VA
", Catherine 48 b VA
", Dennis 18y b VA
", Ransom 16y b PA
", Julia 14y b PA
", Mary 12y b OH
_Louis HAMPSON _______ | |--William HAMPSON | |_Sarah Jane OVERTURF _+
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH: visitation 44/46
HAMPSON, Louis, 57y jour. saddle & harness b OH
", Sarah J., 40y keeping house b OH
", Henry, 13y farm laborer b OH
", Edgar, 11y attending school b OH
", Charles L., 9y attending school b OH
", William, 7y attending school b OH
", Hewy, 2y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 19
HAMPSON, Sarah, 49y widow keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", Henry, 23y son, blacksmith, b OH; parents b OH
", Edgar, 21y son, brakesman, b OH
", Charles, 17y son at school b OH
", William, 14y son at school b OH
", Hugh L., 12y son at school b OH
_William D. HARRIS _+ | |--Belva V. HARRIS | |_Ruby ______________
CENSUS: 1920 Prairie Twp., Randolph Co., MO; ED 141 SH 11A
HARRIS, William, 23 or 25y b MO, parents b MO
", Ruby, wife 28y b KS, parents b MO
", Belva?, dau 8/12 b MO
CENSUS: 1930 Prairie Twp., Randolph Co.,MO; ED 13 SH 1B
HARRIS, William D., head, 34y b MO, parents b MO, first married at age [20?]
", Ruby [T.?], wife 38y b KS, fa b IN, ma b IA
", Belva V., dau 10y b MO, fa b IN, ma b MO
HAND, Joe, laborer, 65y b NY, parents b NY, first married at age 25
_Henry J. HEMPLEMAN __+ | |--Leah J. HEMPLEMAN | |_Florence E. FELLERS _+
DOB/Parentage: Fairfield county, Ohio probate records. Parents reside Greencastle. Daughter of Henry Hempleman and Florence E. (Fellers?).
1937 - Not listed as a surviving daughter in Mother's July obit.
Not listed with family in 1900 census. Mother is listed as having 8 children 7 living; this is most likely the deceased one.
__ | |--George HOFFNER | |__
DOM/POM: "Cuyahoga Marriage Index", Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, online index at the Probate Court of Cuyahoga Co., Ohio website. No dates shown, though you can approximate the year by volume number. V 153, p 411.
CENSUS: 1930 Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH; East 157th Street, ward 32 ED 527 p 277 Sh 15A
HOFFNER, George, rents home for $45/month, owns a radio set, 44y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 43, motorman, railway co.
", Ethel A., wife 32y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 30
MILLER, Esther, niece, 21y single b OH, parents b OH, stenographer, carpet co.
[Note -- the age at first marriage is incorrect, and is actually listing the age they were at THEIR marriage, not their first marriage]
_Isaac G. HOY __________+ | |--Hubert Stanley HOY | |_Alice Margaret RAINEY _+
NAME/DOB/DOD/Parentage/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 240.
DOD/POD: Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1970-88 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. V 22546, Cert. 50056. Resided in Fairfield co., died in Columbus, Franklin county, Ohio. Died at 79y, married.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 11, SD 5, SH 9B, visitation 203/208
HOY, Isaac, b May? 1863, 37y b OH, parents b OH, mar 14y, farmer
", Allice, wife b May 1866, 34y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch, 2 living
", Harold, son b Oct 1889, 10y b OH, at school
", Hubert, son b Jan 1897, 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 172
HOY, Isaac G., head 46 b OH, mar 24y, parents b OH, farmer
", Alice 43 wife b IN, had 3 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Harold son 20 b OH, no occ.
", Herbert 13 son b OH
", Abraham 71 father b OH, widowed, parents b OH, no occ.
1918 - draft registration card. Name listed as Hubert Stanton/Stanley Hoy, 21y of RFD #2 Canal Winchester, Fairfield Co., Ohio, born Jan. 13, 1897 in Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, father b same, farmer for self in Bloom Twp., blue eyes, light hair, medium height and build, nearest relative is Marie/Mary Hoy, wife, of RFD #2 Canal Winchester, Ohio.
CENSUS 1920; Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH visitation 135/139
HOY, Hubert S. 22 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Marie W. wife 21 b OH; parents b OH
", Robert S., son 2 6/12 b OH
", Margaret J., dau 10/12 b OH
LOCATION: 1924 - Hubert Hoy and family moved Monday to Columbus. Lithopolis News. [Lancaster Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1924]
1926 - Greencastle - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ruble spent the week end in
Columbus visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hoy. [Lancaster Daily Gazette,
Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 5, 1926]
CENSUS: 1930 Brick Church Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 4A
HOY, Hubert S., head, rents home, resides on farm, 33y b OH, parents b OH, married at 20y, farm operator
", Marie L., wife 31y b oH, parents b OH, married at 18
", Robert S., son 12y b OH
", Ellen, dau 11y b OH
1947 - Listed as a surviving son, Hubert Hoy, in father's Sept. obit.
LOCATION: 1965 - listed as a surviving brother, Bubert Hoy of Canal Winchster, Rte. 2, in brother Harold's December obituary.
OBIT: Hubert S. Hoy, age 79, Route 2, Canal Winchester, Ohio, Thursday, Grant Hospital. Retired farmer. Former Bloom Township Trustee. Member of Hoy Memorial United Methodist Church and Winchester Franklin Lodge 5K of P. Survived by wife, Marie; son Robert Hoy, Newark, Ohio; daughter, Mrs. Paul (Eileene) Rife, Ashville, Ohio; granddaughter, Mrs. Joyce (Cherubini, Newark, Ohio; 4 great-grandchildren, 1 niece. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home, Lithopolis, Ohio, where funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday. Reverend Ken Reagle officiating. Interment Lithopolis Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, July 30, 1976, p 6C]
__ | |--Emma J. JUSTUS | |__
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 131
ELSAE?, Samuel C., head, 26y mar 4y b OH, fa b IA, ma b OH, minister
", Emma J., wife, 28 or 25y, b KY, had one ch one living
", Asa C., son 2y b KY, fa b OH, ma b KY
CENSUS: 1930 Circleville, Pickaway Co., OH; ED 5 SH 2B
ELSEA, Sam C., head, 46y b OH, fa b IA, ma b OH, first married at age 22,
", Emma J., wife 46y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 22
", Robert, son 15y b OH
", Caroline, mother 81y widow b OH, parents b OH
HARMON, Warren, son-in-law 24y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 23,
OBIT: Mrs. Emma J. Elsea, age 74, Circleville. Survived by husband, Rev. Sam C.; son, Robert; brother, William Justus; sister, Mrs. Ella Taylor. Service Friday, 2:30 p.m. at the Defenbaugh Funeral home, Circleville, Rev. Paul Wachs officiating. Burial, Forest Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Thursday.
_Orlay W. KLEIN ________+ | |--Kenneth K. KLEIN | |_Esther Marian BREAULT _
[T132185] 2009 - listed as one of five sons -- Arnold O. (Ching-Hui) of Bellevue, Nebraska, Stanley L. (Mary) of Kinross, Vernon A. (Julie) of Cadillac, Kenneth K. (Stacy) of Gladwin and Garold W. (Bonnie) of Gladwin -- in father Orlay W. Klein's May 2009 obituary.
__ | |--Lawrence KLINEBRIEL | |__
__ | |--Benjamin KNOYER | |__
[T14094] A petition for partition of lands of John Noyer, dec'd, it lists the heirs of Benjamin Noyer as Adam Noyer and Henry Noyer. Benjamin is listed as deceased, his heirs being "of Indiana".
_Charles or Karl KROHN _ | |--Herman Lew. Hen. KROHN | |_Bertha PATSKE _________
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed
Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio,
Chapter OGS, 1994, p 41.
__ | |--Charles MARTIN | |__
NAME: See notes on Alice FOOR, wife.
__ | |-- MCGRADY | |__
__ | |-- MECK | |__
__ | |--Calvin Cloyd MERICLE | |__
CENSUS 1920: Latty Twp., Paulding Co., OH - visitation 172/176; supervisor's district #4, enumeration #86, sheet 7; taken January 10, 1920:
MERICLE, Calvin C. 25 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Zetta M., wife 24 b OH; parents b OH
", Alota (Aleta? Alata?) M., dau 3 2/12? b OH
LOCATION: 1969 - Real estate transfers - Herbert and Frances Steinke to Calvin and Zetta Mericle, inlot 3460 in Stemen's Addition, Van Wert. [Times Bulletin, Van Wert, Ohio, May 10, 1969]
DOB/DOD/POB: From "Descendants of Nicholas Blosser" website at Rootsweb's World Connect Project, submitted by Matt Burnett, date unknown.
DOB/DOD/POD: Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1970-88 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1970-88. Columbus, OH: Ohio Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, 19xx-. Name listed as Calvin C. Mericle, Cert. 20850, V 27236. Aged 93y. Resided in Perrysburg, Wood Co., OH. Died in Lucas Co., OH. Widowed.
Calvin Cloyd Mericle is listed as one of 5 children of Noah Berry Mericle (b 4 Feb 1867) and Mary E. Kohn. Ancestry.com. History of the descendants of Abraham Beery . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004, p 281. Author Joseph H. Wenger, South English, Iowa, 1988.
POBurial: Jerry E. Mericle via Jan. 2009 email.
_Herbert William MICHEL _ | |--Clifford Harrison MICHEL | |_Ida M. WILSON __________+
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD: LDS Ancestral File submission #AF83-060427, film 1394265, by John F. Valentine of Springville, UT; date unk.
DOD: Name listed as CLifford H. Michel, resided and died in Franklin. Cert. 2868, 50 years old. Washington Death Index, 1940-96 [database online]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Index created by: Washington State Department of Health. Microfilmed copy of index obtained from: Washington State Archives.
CENSUS: 1930 Othello, Adams Co., WA, ED 15 SH 1B
MICHEAL, Herbert, head, owns home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm, 38y b
IA, fa b MN, ma b WI, first married at 28, farmer, wheat farming
", Ida, wife, 28y b WA, parents b OH, first married at 18
", Clayton, son 11y b WA
", Everett, son 9y b WA
", Bernice, dau 7y b WA
", Clifford, son 2 5/12 b WA
", Dolores, dau 1 4/12 b WA
BELL, Arthur, lodger/servant, 17 or 27y single b MT, fa b MT, ma b NE,
laborer, wheat farm
"Othello Rodeo Beginnings - During the summer of 1948 Mr. Cliff Michel built the first Rodeo Arena, on the site where the Hiawatha School now stands. This rodeo was started for the sole purpose of bringing a fall celebration to Othello . The first amateur rodeo was Sat., Oct. 3, 1948. Fifty-six cowboys entered in seven different events, for a total purse of $500.
Local cowboys that entered in the first rodeo were: Dick Donley, Rube Emerson, Leon Haase, Phil Herman, Norm Kruse, Perry Larson, Kenny May, Clayton Michel Cliff Michel, Claude Moore, John Para Jr., Larry Crider, Bob McCourtie, Chet Phillips (Lind), Darrow (Darrel?) Rorvik, Harold Hodges, Harold Swabb (Moses Lake).
Mr. Cliff Michel started, sponsored and financed the Othello Rodeo from 1948 thru 1951" This information came off the Othello Rodeo website, othellorodeo.com, 2005.
DOD: Name listed as Clifford Michel in the SSDI. Last benefit sent to an Othello, WA address.
__ | |--Homer MUSSELMAN | |__
[T15419] NAME/DOD: From wife's obituary.
_Jeptha NEWKIRK ____________+ | |--Thomas Jared NEWKIRK | |_Elizabeth Loraine KISTLER _+
NAME/DOB: Submission #AF97-118642 by Charles Boettcher Jr of Reading, PA (date unknown) to Church of the Latter Day Saints.
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH: p 15
NEWKIRK, Elizabeth, 34y widow keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", Cora A., 13y dau at home b OH; parents b OH
", Minnie D., 11y dau at home b OH
", Charles F., 9y son at home b OH
", John L., 8y son at home b OH
", Jephtha R., 3y son b OH
", Thomas H., 1y son b OH
", Lily E., 3/12 born in February, dau b OH
LAKE, Maranda, 21y works in house b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 283 SH 7B ward 16
NEWKIRK, Thomas J., head, 40y b OH, parents b OH, Foreman, shoe factory
", Emma, wife 41y b OH, fa b OH, ma b Germany
LITTLE, Carl V., lodger 25y b OH, parents b OH, reporter, newspaper
Wife Emma Hinzman Newkirk died Sept. 25, 1942 in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio (death certificate image 53382) and was buried at Green Lawn Sept. 28. Her parents were born in Germany. Her spouse is listed as Thomas Jared Newkirk.
POBurial: Only death date shown. Thomas Jared Newkirk, Aug. 25, 1972. Green Lawn Cem. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2008, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio.
DOD/POD: Thomas J. Newkirk, Aug. 25, 1972, Franklin Co., Ohio, resided in Columbus, died in Worthington at age 93, widowed. 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.
_Henry PAIRAN ________+ | |--Amelia PAIRAN | |_Anna Gertrude TEASE _
CENSUS: 1860 Lockville, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 252/244
PAIRN, Henry 30y day laborer b Hanover Ger.
", Anna 23y b same
", Amelia 3y b OH
", Minnie 1y b OH
BAND?, August 30y day laborer b Hanover, Ger.
NAME/DOB: From 1870 census. See notes on supposed father.
__ | |--James PATRICK | |__
1917 - draft registration card. James Patrick, 29, Pickerington, Ohio, born Oct. 10, 1887 in Violet Twp., Ohio. Farmer for self in Violet Twp. Has a wife. Medium height and build, blue eyes, brown hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 32 SH 3B
PATRICK, William, head, 67y b OH, parents b England
", Esther E., wife 60y b OH, fa b MD, ma b OH
", James A., son 32y widow b OH, parents b OH
", Nellie M., dau 16y b OH, parents b OH
", Lena M., granddaughter 8y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; SH 3A p 55
PATRICK, James, head, owns a radio set, 42y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 22
", Lydia E., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 25
", Lena M., dau 18y b OH, parents b OH
", M. Kenneth, son 7y b OH, parents b OH
1942 - James (none) Patrick of Pickerington, RFD #1, Franklin Co., OH, 54y, b Oct. 10, 1887 in Licking Co., Ohio, self-employed, nearest relative Mrs. Lydia Patrick. Five foot 10 inches tall, 150 pounds, light complexion, blue eyes, gray hair. Ancestry.com. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration.
_William Ray PEPPLE __ | |--Fred W. PEPPLE | |_Bessie Mildred FOOR _+
LOCATION: 1950 - listed as a surviving Fred, at home, in mother's July 1950 obituary.
OBIT: [Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, PA, Sept. 15, 2004] Fred W. Pepple, 71, Everett, died Tuesday, September 7, 2004, at Select Specialty Hospital, Johnstown. He was born February 7, 1933, in Snake Spring Valley, a son of the late Ray W. and Bessie (Foor) Pepple. On August 28, 1951, at First United Church of Christ in Winchester, VA, he married Gladys M. Bussard. She survives, along with a son, Randy F. and wife Leah M. (Claycomb) Pepple, Everett; a sister, Betty and husband John Mills, Everett; three brothers: Jim and wife Lois Pepple, Howell, Mich.; Jack and wife Judy Pepple of Kentwood, Mich., and Edward and wife Jo Ann Pepple, Livonia, Mich., and many loving nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by an infant sister.
He was a member of First United Church of Christ, Everett.
He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict for 18 months in France with the 687th Engineering Company.
Previously, he was employed for 14 years with the International Harvester Company in Bedford and then was the service manager for Morris Inc., in Everett, for 24 years until his retirement.
He enjoyed caring for his Snake Spring Valley home, especially being outdoors, and was a collector of miniature International Harvester tractors, trucks and memorabilia.
He was a kind and generous husband, father and brother, who will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
Funeral services were held Friday, September 10, at 11:00 a.m., in Dalla Valle Funeral Chapel, Everett. Rev. Robert R. Robertson officiated. Burial was made in Ritchey Cemetery.
Military honors were conducted by Everett Honor Guard.
_Theodore David PETERS ____________ | |--Nacrina Pillar "Nikki" PETERS | |_Patricia Ann "India Skye" LESTER _+
NAME: From Nacrina Pillar (Peters) Carvell via Sept. 2006 email.
_Franklin E. POST _ | |--Orlan L. POST | |_Mary Marie WALP __+
NAME: Cheryl Gerkensmeyer Rogers via Nov. 2007 email.
__ | |--Michele Ann PRICE | |__
[T135688] NAME/DOB/POB: From Michele Walter via March 2011 email.
_Charles Duane PRINGLE _+ | |--Susan Kay PRINGLE | |_Joyce _________________
[T136218] NAME/DOD: From the obituary of father, Charles Duane Pringle, in October 2011.
_Marshal RANKIN _ | |--Albert RANKIN | |_Elsie M. FOOR __+
CENSUS: 1930 Defiance, Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 52-5 p 81 SH 19A
RANKIN, Marshal, owns home worth $1300, does not live on a farm, 41y b PA,
parents b PA, married first at age 29, laborer, state highway
", Elsie, wife 35y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 22
", Albert M., son 11y b PA
", Harvey? W., son 10?y b PA
", Neal J., son 8y b PA
", Calvin G., son 6y b PA
", Lillian J., dau 4y b PA
_Jacob RAWN ____________+ | |--John Francis RAWN | |_Elizabeth Ann ENGLAND _
CENSUS: 1900 Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; p 275 SH 7A ED 139
RAWN, Mrs. Lizzie, head, b Apr 1859, 41y widow b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, had 2
ch 2 living
", Parley, son b Jan 1880, 20y b OH, parents b OH
", John F., son b Nov 1881 18y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; 527 Kelton Avenue, Ward 2 ED 55 SH 3A
RAWN, John F., head, 28y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 1y, salesman, shoe store
", Elizabeth, wife 25y b OH, parents b OH, had 0 ch 0 living
", Lizzie, mother, 52y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
1918 - Sept. draft registration card. Name listed as John Francis Rawn of RFD Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio, age 36, b Nov 1st, 1881, short height, medium build, brown hair and eyes, farmer for self, nearest relative is Elizabeth Ad[ilie?] Rawn. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1920 Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; Hebron? Road; ED 304 SH 10B
RAWN, John F., head, 38y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Elizabeth A., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH
1927 - Guests Sunday - Mr. and Mrs. David England of Pickerington, Mrs.
Lizzie Rawn and Mr. and Mrs. John Rawn of Reynoldsburg spent Sunday with Mrs.
Martha J. Cook of E. Fifth Ave. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, June
LOCATION: 1932 - listed as a surviving son of Livingston Avenue, John F. Rawn, in mother's July 1932 obituary. Mother made her home with John and she died there.
Death certificate image. John F. Rawn, McNaughten Rd., Truro Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, died Jan. 6, 1945 aged 65y 2m 5d, married to Elizabeth Rawn. Born Nov. 1, 1881 in Brice, Ohio to Jacob Rawn b Delaware Co., Ohio and Elizabeth England b Hocking Co., Ohio. Informant was Elizabeth Rawn of Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Buried Union Grove, Jan. 9.
_Jacob RING ___ | |--George RING | |_Susanna FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1860 Red River Twp., Searcy Co., Arkansas, p 955.
RING, Jacob, 47y farming b PA, can't read or write
", Susan 30y b PA, can't read or write
", Margaret 17y b PA
", Elizabeth 16y b MO
", John 14y b Ark.
", Lucrecia 12y b Ark.
", Adaline 10y b Ark.
", Katherine 8y b Ark.
", George 6y b Ark.
", Charles 2y b Ark.
__ | |--Barkman ROGERS | |__
DOM/POM: Parkman Rogers and Margaret Horn, 29 Jan 1857. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.
DOD/POBurial: Barman Rogers, died June 6, 1858, aged 39y. Buried 1st addition, lot 149, grave 3. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 303.
_Miles SANDS ________ | |--Gertie SANDS | |_Elizabeth HORSEMAN _
CENSUS: 1900 Carroll, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 7 SH 2B
SANDS, Miles, head, b Jan 1843, 57y b OH, fa b MD, ma b OH, married 1 year
(?), grain merchant
", Cora, dau b Feb 1872, 28y single b OH, parents b OH
", Gertie, dau b Aug 1883, 16y b OH, parents b OH
This may be the Gertrude Bienhacker/Beinhacker buried beside sister Cora. 1883-1936.
_Michael John SCHASSER _ | |--Kaitlyn Marie SCHASSER | |_Kaye Marie FOOR _______+
[T114625] NAME/DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
_Thomas SCHLEICH _+ | |--Emma SCHLEICH | |_Elizabeth ADAMS _+
CENSUS 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., Ohio, p 67
SLICH, Thomas, 40y laborer b PA, parents b PA, can't read or write
", Elizabeth, 57y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA, can't read/write
", Emma F., 9y dau at school b OH
", Edward P., 6y son at school b OH
", John, 5y son b OH
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Emma E. Schleich, 1872-1889, buried 2nd addition, part 2, lot 208, grave 1. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 310.
__ | |--Robert SLOAN | |__
NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not
__ | |--Shirley SNOW | |__
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 31.
LOCATION: 1956 - listed as Shirley Snow Foor, a 1956 graduate of Northville High School, Northville, Ohio; classmates.com.
Bk 1452 p 1395 is a warranty deed dated Jan. 26, 1995, by Shirley Foor and Rose Ann Phillips, both single, of same address in Bradenton, FL. "Upon the death of the life tenants, the remaindermen, if any, to Laurie Ann Thayer, Sharon Elizabeth Ruthruff, Timothy David Foor, Daniel Benjamin Foor and Jonathan Michael Foor". [Manatee Co., FL]
This obit mentions her and several FOORs, some of which I understand how she's linked to them, other's not.
Roseann Ida Phillips
Roseann Ida Phillips, 62, passed away in Bradenton on June 27, 2006. She was born August 2, 1943 in East Cleveland, Ohio and moved to Bradenton in 1979 from Crookston, Minnesota. Roseann was a Physical Education Teacher at Bradenton Middle School and then became a 7th Grade Math Teacher at King Middle School, both in Bradenton. She was a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and received her bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University. She is survived by her son, Justin (Christy) Phillips of Palmetto, Fla.; two sisters, Joyce Beach of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, Catherine Young of Willoughby, Ohio; two brothers, Anthony Fusco of Allendale, Massachusetts, Paul Fasco of Mentor, Ohio; and two grandchildren. She is also survived by her extended family of 25 years of Shirley Foor of Bradenton, Fla.; Bob & Laurie (Foor) Thayer of Ellenton, Fla; Ron & Sharon (Foor) Ruthruff of Bradenton, Fla; Tim, Beverly & Alex Foor of Bradenton, Fla; Dan & Lauren Foor of Mt. Dora, Fla; and Jonathan Foor of Little Rock, Arkansas. Memorial Services will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to Memorial Fund at Martha B. King Middle School, 600 75th Street N.W., Bradenton, FL 34209 or TideWell Hospice of Palliative Care, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL. 34238.
Published in The Herald on 7/7/2006. Bradenton, FL.
_Leroy M. SOLIDAY ____+ | |--Esther "Peg" SOLIDAY | |_Anna Lucinda COOPER _+
CENSUS: 1930 Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, 5th ward, ED 54 SH 3B
SOLIDAY, LeRoy M., head, owns home worth $7000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 37y b OH, married first at age 21, lawyer, general practice
", Anna L., wife 37y b OH, married first at age 21
", Esther G., dau 13y b OH
", Lowell E., son 11y b OH
", Miriam I., dau 9y b OH
LOCATION: 1968 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Esther Booker of Columbus, in mother's Feb. obituary.
OBIT: Newark Times Recorder, Newark, Ohio, Aug 1, 2002.
MARYSVILLE -- Esther "Peg" G. Wigfield, 85, of Zanesville, formerly of Marysville, died unexpectedly Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at her home.
She was an office assistant for the American Cancer Society Southeastern Area Office in Zanesville. She was a former associate of Marysville Wal-Mart and Tecumseh Consortium employment specialists for senior citizens. She was a member of Shiloh Chapel Evangelical Friends Church, a member of Memorial Hospital of Union County Auxiliary and Twig 4 and received her 1,000 hour volunteer pin. She was a former volunteer at the hospital's gift shop, information desk and helped with mobile meals and community meals. She was a longtime member, past patron and organist of Eastern Star Mary Chapter 9 and a former member of Fortnightly Club and Kings Daughters. "Young at heart" and an encourager and motivator of senior citizens, she was a member of Windsor and Community Seniors and was involved in bingo and euchre, liked crafts, especially ceramics, sewing and crossword puzzles. She enjoyed cruises and traveling. She was a 1935 graduate of Zanesville High School, where she enjoyed playing the organ and trombone.
She was born Sept. 23, 1916, in Lancaster, to the late Leroy M. and Anna L. Cooper Soliday and was preceded in death by her husbands, Henry Booker, who died in 1969, and James H. Wigfield, who died in 1993; a son, Wayne Roberts, who died in 1997; a sister, Miriam Bachelor; and a brother, Lowell Soliday.
Surviving are a daughter, Marty (Roland) Jones of Zanesville; a daughter-in-law, Sandy Roberts of Pickerington; six grandchildren, Kim (Charles) Rhoades of Marysville, Jeff Adams of Columbus, Wayne Roberts Jr. of Columbus, Debbie (Dan) Russell of Columbus, Darren Roberts of Columbus and Jodi (Hal) Steppe of Houston, Texas; three great-grandsons, Kenny Rhoades, Joshua Adams and Timmy Knezovich; her former husband, Kenneth (Margaret) Roberts of Zanesville; several nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends.
Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at Underwood Funeral Home, Marysville, where Eastern Star services will be held at 8 p.m.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Shiloh Chapel Evangelical Friends Church, Marysville, with Pastor Ed Vinson officiating. Burial will be in Betzer Cemetery, Carroll.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society Southeastern Area office.
__ | |-- STEIN | |__
__ | |--Abraham Lincoln STRAYER | |__
MARRIED: (1) Sarah Yawberg; (2) Emma Mae Foor
DOM/POM: Both occurred in Allen Co., IN and are recorded there. Allen County,
Indiana. Indiana Works Progress Administration. Index to Marriage Records A-Z. 1824-1920.
CENSUS: 1910 Henry Co., OH; Damascus Twp. north of Maumee River, ED 43 SH 11B
STRAYER, Abraham L. 45y b OH, parents b PA, contractor, stone road, married 2 or more times, mar. 3y
", Emma M., 26y wife b OH, parents b OH, married once
", Emma M., 1 8/12 dau b OH
", Abraham L., 0/12 son b OH
1916 - A. L. Strayer (E. May) 4 children, contrator, farmer, owns 280 acres, 12 horses, 15 cattle, route 2 Liberty Center, Washington Twp. The Farm Journal directory of Henry County, Ohio (With a complete road map of
the county), Published 1916. Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Sep 6, 2007 by Google.
CENSUS: 1920 Washington Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 70 SH 9B
STRAYER, Abraham L., head, 56y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, general farm
", Emma M., wife 36y b OH, parents b OH
", Emma M., dau 11y b OH
", Margaret E., dau 7y b OH
", Marion E., dau 4 11/12 b OH
", Dollie E., dau 2 7/12 b OH
", Abraham L., son 9y b OH
Death: have death certificate
Resided in Henry and Lucas Co.'s of OH
1st married to Sarah Yawberg and had one child, Clara. Both deceased before
marrying Emma. Clara had committed suicide because housekeeper (hired after
mother's death) was molesting her--or so we've been able to ascertain from
local newspaper stories.
Buried: with first wife Sarah
Census: 1880 Washington Twp/Henry Co. OH p 58; occupation: working on farm.
1900 Washington Twp/Henry Co OH (p 287A) listed as widowed, dau Clara b Mar
1890 OH, and Catharine Winan b Apr 1871 29y b OH living with them as
housekeeper. 1910 census Providence Twp./Lucas Co OH. Uncertified copy of death
Died at hospital of gangrene in right foot and had leg removed
at mid-thigh. Had been residing at time of death @ 600 S. Detroit, Toledo, OH.
Certificate shows marital status as divorced. Family stories indicate he had
remarried after he divorced 2nd wife. Supposedly left and went "out west"
where he built many bridges and roads. He was a wealthy man at one time, and
an intelligent man when it came to his work. He returned after "many years" to Grand Rapids, OH and lived out the rest of his life with his daughter Emma.
Stories say he came back penniless. Family lore also states he was a"womanizer". According to one source, after he returned he use to plant and
grow vegetables, and hunt opossum. He had an old dirty knife that he used to
clean his opossums with. One day he used the knife to clean his toenails and
apparently cut one of his toes. Gangrene set in. The daughter he was living
with was a nurse, but she apparently didn't see or notice. By the time it was noticed the gangrene had spread too much to save him, even after amputating the one leg.
3rd wife's name is unknown at this time, although the information is known
elsewhere in this family.
_Robert SWOPE _ | |--Lorne SWOPE | |_Helen HEDGE __+
[T96915] NAME: From obituary of Helen (Hedge) Swope, Dec. 2006.
__ | |--Benjamin WIMP | |__
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, p 160
Benjamin WIMP: one male 20-30, one female 15-20.
DOM/POM: Names listed as Benjamin Wimp and Rachael Wisely, married by Elijah Spurgeon. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V I, 1800-1835, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1999.
Is it the same Rachel Wisely who married ? If this Rachel married in Dec 1829, then this could be the right marriage for Benjamin since in the 1830 census taken just a few months later shows them with no individuals of "children" age. It appears to be just the two of them. Perhaps then, Benjamin died, leaving Rachel as a widow and then she married.
_Carl ZANGMEISTER ____+ | |--Paul Edward ZANGMEISTER | |_Blanche Vera BEELER _
NAME: Listed in "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996", p 362 as next-of-kin (son).
LOCATION: Listed as being of Lithopolis in brother Mark's May 2001 obituary.
DOB: Ancestry.com gedcom submission, Jun 2003, Pat Palmer.