__ | |--Helen L. | |__
CENSUS: 1920 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; taken January 2, 1920
OYLER, Chester A. 18 b OH, parents both b OH, farm laborer
", Hellen L., wife, 16 b OH, parents b OH
", John L., son, ?/12 b OH
1920 - Husband is Tired of Married Life and Does Not Provide for Wife and
Child -- Declares Lithopolis Wife, in Alimony Suit Filed in Court -- She
Wants the Child. An alimony suit was filed in court Thursday by Helen Oyler
against Chester Oyler. She charges failure to provide and prays for
temporary and permanet alimony. They were married at Lithopolis July 7,
1919, and one child, John, now nine months old was born to them. She asks
for the custody of their child. Plaintiff declares that the defendant has
told her he is tired of married life and that he does not intend to do any
better. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, August 20, 1920]
__ | |--Mary A. | |__
DOB: Name listed as Mary A. Snider, born June 24, 1924. Appears to be on the same stone as Archie O. Snider. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 58.
1963 - Deliquent Land Tax Notice. Bloom township. Archie O. and Mary A.
Snider, range 20, township 14 section 10. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette,
Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 15, 1963]
__ | |--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
__ | |--Thomas G. ALEXANDER | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 60.
CENSUS: 1900 Perry Twp., Hocking Co., OH; ED 33 SH 7A p 127
ALEXANDER, Thomas G., head b May 1861, 39y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 12y, farmer
", Rosa B., wife b Sep 1868, 31y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 4 living
", Charles [F.? L.?], son b Jan 1888, 12y b OH, parents b OH
", Martha E., dau b May 1892, 8y b OH
", Eva, dau b June 1898, 2y b OH
", Sarah K., dau b July 1899, b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 102
ALEXANDER, Thomas, head, 48y married once, mar 23y, b OH, parents b OH, farm
", Rosa, wife, 42y b IN, had 8 ch 7 living, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Martha 18y dau b OH
", Eva, 13y dau b OH
", Sarah, 10y dau b OH
", Clarence, 7y son b OH
", Margaret, 5y dau b OH
", Presley L., son 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 7 SH 6B
ALEXANDER, Thomas, head, 59y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Rosa, wife 51y b IN, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Clarence, son 17y b OH
", Margaret, dau 15y b OH
", Lester Leroy, son 11y b OH
CARRIN, Russel, grandson 1 4/12 b OH
", Catherine, dau, 20y married b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Thomas G. Alexander, V 4931 Cert. 2052. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1937", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.
LOCATION: 1926 - Hooker Farmer Thrown Against Moving Train. Thomas Alexander, aged 65, farmer of near Hooker, was badly injured at the Shaw-Turner elevator at Hooker's when he was thrown from the wagon by a runaway team, against a moving Hocking Valley northbound passenger train about two o'clock this afternoon. The injured man upon hurried examination was found to be suffering from a broken right leg, crushed right shoulder and possible fractured skull. He barely missed by a few inches being thrown under the wheels of the train. Alexander, who is a tenant on the John Claypool farm, north of Hooker, was loading coal at the elevator when the train passed. The horses became frightened at the train and started to run away. Alexander was thrown from the wagon against the side of a passenger coach, was rushed to the City Hospital in Frank Smith's Ambulance. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1926]
LOCATION: 1926 - Quite a few from this [Jefferson] community attended the funeral of Thos. Alexander held at Betzer Church Tuesday. Mr. Alexander formerly lived in the community several years. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Feb 2, 1926]
Death certificate image. Name listed as Thomas G. Alexander, resided and died in Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Jan. 23, 1926, married, born May 2, 1860, farmer for John Claypool. Born Meigs Co., Ohio, to Wm. Alexander b OH and Mary McCann?. Died of fractured skull due to a RR accident. Informant was Chas. Alexander of Carroll, Ohio. Buried Betzre Cem., Jan. 26.
__ | |--Robin BARBUTO | |__
[T92995] Listed as a surviving daughter, Robin Foore, in David J. Barbuto's June 2006 obituary. He died at age 65 on the 5th. [Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, Oh, June 2006]
_Mark Owen BEEGLE __ | |--Marki Jo BEEGLE | |_Patricia Ann FOOR _+
NAME/DOB: From Charlene (FOOR) BRUENING via April 1999 email.
_Jacob BEERY _______ | |--Lydia BEERY | |_Susannah M. GLICK _+
CENSUS: 1850 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, p 33
SCHLEICH, Lydia, 43y b PA
", Gideon, 18y laborer b OH
", Hanna 9y b OH
", David, 13y b OH
", Thomas, 11y b OH
", Rachel, 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 718/727
SCHLEICH, Lydia 58y b OH
", Thomas 20y farmer b OH
", Rachel 15y b OH
CLARKE, Josephine 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., Ohio, P.O. Lockbourne, p 20.
SLACK, Thomas, 31y works on farm b OH, married in Dec., can't read or write
", Elizabeth, 24y keeping house b OH, married in Dec.
CLARK, Josephine, 15y domestic servant b OH
SLACK, Lydia, 74y at home b VA
"Jacob Beery was the earliest settler in the northeast part of [Walnut] township [Pickaway Co.,OH]. He arrived from Northampton county, PA, in 1807, and settled where his son, David Beery, now lives, where he continued to reside until his death in 1845. His widow died in March, 1866, having reached the advanced age of nearly 88 years. Their three children--Sarah, Lydia and David--came in with them, and they all subsequently married into the family of Jacob Schleich. The wife David (Harriet Schleich) died January 18, 1863. They had 10 children, nine of who are living", "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 275.
"Lydia Schleich aged 86 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. S. Strunk of Lithopolis", "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V3, 1885-1890", Fairfield County Gen., Society, July 1998, p 68. In January 29, 1890 issue.
DOD/DOBurial: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 49.
_Brian BESS ____+ | |--Sydney Lorraine BESS | |_Dawn EBERSOLE _
[T114657] NAME/DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
_Albert Maywood BROBST _+ | |--Dorwin Virgil BROBST | |_Laura Ardella STORTS __+
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 23-7, sheet 11A
BROBST, Albert, head, rents home, resides on a farm, 35y b OH, parents b OH,
", Laura A., wife, 32y b OH, parents b OH, married at 18y
", Robert M., son 11y b OH
", Dorwin? V., son 9y b OH
", Mary M., dau 7y b OH
", Helen I., dau 5y b OH
", Jene M., son 3 11/12 b OH
", June F., son 3 11/12 b OH
", Marjorie A., dau 2 6/12 b OH
", William E., son 3/12 b OH
LOCATION: 2001 - listed as a surviving brother, Dorwin (& Flora) Brobst of Groveport, Ohio, in Jean (Brobst) Ulrich's July 2001 obituary.
DOB/MIDDLE NAME: From Brobstology website, Jan. 2004.
2008 - listed as surviving husband in wife's Nov. 2008 obituary.
BROBST Dorwin V. Brobst, Sr., age 92, born July 28, 1920 in Lithopolis, OH Dorwin was a long time resident of Groveport, OH. He served in the 20th armored division under Patton in WWII. Dorwin retired in 1981 as a superintendent from Franklin County Engineers. He left this world on August 12, 2012 to be in Heaven with his wife of 67 years, Flora M. and daughter, Ardella May. Survived by son, Dorwin, Jr. (Diane), Donna (John) Seevers, and Sally (TJ) Jenkins; four grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren; four brothers, and one sister. Family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Thursday at SCHOEDINGER EAST CHAPEL, 5360 E. Livingston Ave. Graveside service will be held 1 p.m. Friday, August 17, 2012 at Lithopolis Cemetery, 4365 Cedar Hill Rd., Canal Winchester.
.Published in The Columbus Dispatch on August 15, 2012
_Jacob BROBST ____________+ | |--Louisa BROBST | |_Philipina Phoebe HOOVER _+
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 31. Sponsors: Isaac Glick and Cath. Brobst.
NOTE: Not in 1850 census with family.
__ | |--Ada Octavene CHAMBERS | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Lewis Co., TN; ED 60 SH 4A p 166
COURTWRIGHT, Andrew J., head, b Oct 1870, 29y b OH, parents b OH, saw mill
", Ada O., wife b Mar 1873, 27y b TN, parents b Tn, mar. 8y, had 10 ch 10
", Pearl E., dau b Feb 1893, 7y b TN
", Harlin L., son b Oct 1894, 5y b TN
", Cecil L., son b July 1898, 1y b TN
CENSUS: 1910 Brown Co., TX ED 101 SH 7B
COURTRIGHT, Andrew J., head, 38y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 18y, married once, farmer
", Ada O., wife 37y b Tn, parents b TN, married once, had 5 ch 5 living
", Pearl E., dau 17y b TN
", Harlin L., son 15y b TN, farm laborer, home farm
", Cecil L., son 11y b Tn, farm laborer, home farm
", Mary L., dau 9y b TN
", Bonnie O., dau 7y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 village of May, Brown Co., TX., ED 12 Sh 1B
COURTRIGHT, Andrew J., head, rents home for $10/month, 58y b OH, parents b
OH, first married at age 21, proprietor, freight truck line
", Ada O., wife 57y b TN, parnets b TN, first married at 20
", L. Neil, son 19y b TX, fa b OH, ma b TN, laborer, odd jobs.
Death certificate image. Ada Courtright died Feb. 3, 1962 aged 88y at home at 1210 Ave. A., Brownwood, Brown Co., TX, married, born March 23, 1873 in TN to unknown father, mother Lou McAnnally. Informant Mrs. Opal Davis. Buried May Cem., Brown Co., TX., Feb. 24.
_Robert Ellis CHRISTOPHER _ | |--Thomas A. CHRISTOPHER | |_Cora Hazel FOOR __________+
NAME: FOOR BOOK p 4
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
", Almer, son 4/12 b PA
LOCATION: 1969 - listed as a surviving son, Thomas A. Christopher, of Route 2, Everett, in mother's Dec. 1969 obituary.
OBIT: Thomas A. Christopher, 60, of R. D. 2, Everett, died suddenly Friday, May 2, 1975 at Bedford County Memorial Hospital. He was born May 2, 1915, in Broad Top, Bedford County, a son of Robert E. Christopher, Sr., of Carlisle and the late Cora H. (Foor) Christopher. He was married to Kathryn (Beegle) Christopher and she survives along with the following children: Thomas H., of R. D. 1, Waynesboro, PA; Ronald L., of Georgia; Anna Mae Christopher, of R. D. 2, Everett; George T., of Eighth St., Everett; Mrs. Shirley L. Sipes, of R. D. 2, Everett; and Ralph S., of R. D. 2, Everett. Three brothers, one sister, and fourteen grandchildren also survive. Mr. Christopher was a veteran of World War II and belonged to the Bethel Church of the Brethren. Funeral services: Sunday, May 4, at 2 p.m. in the Conner Funeral Chapel, Everett, with Rev. Ralph F. Thomas, officiating. Burial in the Bethel Brethren Cemetery. [original source unk. Clipping sent email March 2004 by Joan Christopher]
_Isaac COOPER _____+ | |--John COOPER | |_Lucinda MONTAGUE _
CENSUS: 1880 Jefferson/Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 22
COOPER, Isaac, 52y carpenter b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Lucinda, 43 or 48y wife keeping house, can't write, b VA; parents b VA
", William H., 19y son works by month b OH
", Grant, 15y son works by day, can't write, b OH
", Sherman, 15y son, works by day, can't write b OH
", Ida M., 12y dau at home b OH
", Nancy E., 10y dau at home b OH
", Ollie, 7y dau at home b OH
", Nellie M., 5y dau b OH
", John, 9/12 born in August, son b OH
__ | |--Gary COURTRIGHT | |__
_Ezra M. COURTRIGHT _+ | |--Martha A. COURTRIGHT | |_Mary Ann BOYER _____+
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., OH probate records.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 175/179
COURTRIGHT, Ezra M., farmer b OH
", Mary A., 32y keeping house b OH
", Allen L., 11y attending school b OH
", Franklin H., 10y attending school b OH
", Robert C., 9y attending school b OH
", Carrie W., 7y attending school b OH
", Emma L., 6y attending school b OH
", John M., 4y at home b OH
", Charley M., 2y at home b OH
", Martha A., 9/12 at home b OH
STORTS, Adeline, 23y domestic servant b OH
CULP, Oliver, 21y farm laborer b OH
Death certificate image. Martha A. Courtright, 700 Wilson Ave., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died June 29, 1926 aged 56y 9m 17d, carcinoma of uterus. Occupation was an attendant at hospital. Born Sept. 12, 1869 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Ezra Courtright b Fairfield Co., Ohio and Mary Boyer b Fairfield Co., Ohio. Informant was Emma Cook of same address. Single. Buried Greenlawn Cem., July 1, 1926.
__ | |--Jean Marie CRAMER | |__
Jean Marie Berry
BERRY Jean Marie Berry, age 82, of Groveport, Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at Mount Carmel East Hospital. Member of Peace Lutheran Church of Canal Winchester. Survived by loving husband, Jack W. Berry; sons, Michael (Nancy) Berry of Canal Winchester, and their children, Melissa (Jacob) Basnett and Stephanie (Travis) Hartman, Randy (Sieglinde) Berry of Carroll, and their children, Micaela and Kaitlyn; daughters, Kathy Rooker of Canal Winchester, and her daughter, Tina Rooker and fiancAc, Todd Oesterle, Debbie Berry of New Albany, and her daughter, Kendall Lehrman; great-grandchildren, Logan and Hunter Basnett; brother, Bill Cramer; nieces and nephews. Graveside funeral service and interment will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 23, 2011 at the Lithopolis Cemetery with Reverend Curtis Emerson officiating. Friends who wish may contribute to American Diabetes Association , 471 East Broad St., Suite 1630, Columbus, OH 43215 in Jean's memory. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on April 22, 2011
DOB: Listed on funeral home website.
MAIDEN NAME: Assuming it is CRAMER since she had a surviving brother by that name. Not documented, and no maiden name, nor parents, listed in obituary.
__ | |--Nancy CRAWFORD | |__
NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not
This individual may be the "Nancy P. Foor of Front Royal, VA" mentioned as a stepdaughter in Linda Darlene Crawford's obituary. She was born Jun 11, 1952 in Berkeley Springs, WV, and first married Leonard R. Smith in 1974. He died in 1982. She then married Oct. 22, 1993 to Lester A. Crawford who died on March 12, 2006. Linda died Feb. 1, 2007, and was of Artemas, PA. Obituary posted at the Herald-Mail.com website.
__ | |--Sheryl CRIDER | |__
LOCATION: 2006 - listed as a surviving daughter-in-law, Sheryl Foor, in Emma C. (KUHL) FOOR's Sept. 2006 obituary.
__ | |--Alice Ruth DEBOLT | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 317. Years only.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Alice Skidmore, died 01 May 1938 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, 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: 1910 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - visit 40
SKIDMORE, George 47, husband b OH, mar 24y, fa b Germany, parents b OH
", Alice, 43, wife b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Vernon, 21, son b OH, laborer on street
", Arthur, 19, son b OH
CENSUS 1920; Marcy Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 169/173
SKIDMORE, George E. 59 or 57 b OH; father b NY; mother b PA; farmer
", Allie R., wife 51 b OH; parents b OH
", Vernon son 30 single b OH; farmer
CENSUS: 1930 Circleville, Pickaway Co., OH; ED 4 Sh 22B; 1310 S. Pickaway St.
SKIDMORE, George, head, owns home worth $1500, does not live on a farm, 67y b
OH, parents b OH, first married at age 24, laborer, state highway
", Ruth, wife 63y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 22
Death certificate image. Alice Ruth Skidmore, Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, resident of community for 4 years, died May 1, 1938 aged71y 2m, married to George Skidmore. Born Feb. 10, 1867 in Union Co., Ohio to John Debolt b Lancaster, Ohio, and Minerva Steiner b Union Co., Ohio. Informant was George Skidmore. Buried Lithopolis Cem., May 4.
_Carl Leslie DOGGETT _ | |--Kerry Michelle DOGGETT | |_Kay Arlene GOOD _____+
[T82037] NAME/DOB/POB: From mother via Oct 2005 email.
_Waldo F. DOUGAL _______+ | |--Ellen Irene DOUGAL | |_Matilda E. SHOCKNESSE _
[T25528] NAME/DOB/DOD/POB/POD: From Monty Orsbon April 2001 email.
_Charles Franklin ENGLEHART _+ | |--Russell D. ENGLEHART | |_Lou Alice STRAIGHT _________
DOB/DOD/POBurial: From grandson Dean Cochrun via May 2004 email.
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 167
ENGLEHART, Charles F., head, 36y, mar 14 or 19y, fa b Germany, ma b OH, laborer
", Lou, wife, 37y, had 10 ch 10 living, parents b oH
", Ethel M., dau 13y b OH
", James, son 12y b OH
", William, son 10y b OH
", Clara, dau 8y b OH
", Harry, son 7y b OH
", Mary, dau 4y b OH
", Russell, son 2y b OH
", Gilbert, son 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 241/241, sheet 10B
ENGLEHART, Charles, head, 46y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, farm laborer
", Lue Alice, wife b OH, parents b OH
", Harry R., son 17y b OH, farm laborer
", Russel D., son 11y b OH
", Mary A., dau 13y b OH
", Gilbert W., son 9y b OH
", Lester C., son 8y b OH
", Icie? P., dau 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Union Twp., Licking Co., OH; SH 3B ED 50
ENGLEHART, Charles, head, rents home for $6/month, owns a radio set, 55y b
OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, first married at age 18, farm laborer
", Lue A., wife 56y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 17
", Harry R., son 26y single b OH, farm laborer
", Russel D., son 21y b OH, railroad laborer
", Lester C., son 19y b OH, farm laborer
", Pearl E., dau 15y b OH
"Russell Englehart is my grandfather. Russell did not have a middle name, just the letter D. He was born May 19, 1908 in Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., OH and died Jan 5, 1985 at Mt Carmel Hosp. He is buried at Kirkersville Cemetery, Kirkersville, OH, where he lived all of his married life. He married Ethyl Ann Dill, Aug 14, 1940 in millersport, OH. She was born June 3, 1919 in Croton OH. The met because Russells family was living at the north end of Swamp Rd., and US Rt., 40, about 1 mile east of Kirkersville. Ethyls family was living at that time about 1/2 mile south of 40 on Swamp rd." [Dean Cochrun, June 2004 email]
_Conrad FELLER ______+ | |--Mary Ann FELLERS | |_Lucinda Ann DUNKLE _+
NAME: from "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881,
Bloom Township, Fairfield County, Ohio", 1994, Fairfield Genealogical Society, p 45
LASTNAME/DOB/DOD/POBur: From "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Lithopolis Cemetery, Section 3 of 3 part 2 - page 280. Buried 2nd add, Part I, lot 136 grave 3. Years only.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1528
FELLER, Conrad farmer 24y b OH
", Lucinda 23y b OH
", Sarah E 3y b OH
", Mary Ann 1y b OH
DREISBACH, Ephraim 14y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 238/231 - Lithopolis
FELLERS, Conrod, farmer b OH 36y
", Lucinda A., 33y b OH
", Sarah E., 14y b OH
", Mary A., 11y b OH
", Wm. M. 8y b OH
", Minerva L., 7y b OH
", Clara C., 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 244/250
MOREHART, William, 25y farm laborer b OH
", Mary A., 20y keeping house b OH
", Harvey M., 3y at home b OH
", Rebecca, 10/12 at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 18
MOREHART, Mary, 31y widow keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Harvey M., 12y son at home b OH; parents b OH
", Rebecca A., 10y dau at home bOH
", Amos C., 7y son at home b OH
", Jesse L., 5y son b OH
", William H., 3y son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 16b, enumerated
in June 22nd
MOREHART, Mary A., b Mar 1849, 51y widowed b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch, 4 living
", Jessie L., son b Dec 1875, 25y b OH, parents b OH, day labor
", William H., son b May 1877, 23y b OH, parents b OH, farm labor
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 38
MOREHART, William H., 32y b OH, parents b OH, married 5y, farmer
", Bertha A., wife, 23y had 3 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Cecil C., son 5y b OH
", Violet M., dau 1 10/12 b OH
", Mary, mother, 61y widow had 5 ch 4 living b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield County, Ohio - w/parents age 1y b OH.
CENSUS: 1930 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 52/52; ED 23-34, SH
10A p 39.
MOREHART, William, head, 51y widow b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Violet, dau 21y b OH, teacher
", Esther, dau 19y b OH
", Elmer, son 16y b OH
", Agnes, dau 14y b OH
", Mary, mother 81y widow b OH, parents b OH
MAIDEN NAME: Source Information: Ancestry.com. Montana History and Biography [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: Stout, Tom, ed. Montana, Its Story and Biography; A History of Aboriginal and Territorial Montana and Three Decades of Statehood. Vol. I. Chicago and New York: The American Historical Society, 1921. V 3 p 873. "He [Harvey Foor] married Rhea A. Morehart, daughter of William and Mary (Fellers) Morehart.
Death certificate image: Mary Ann Morehart, Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Oct. 9, 1931, aged 82y 6m 14d, bronchial pneumonia, widowed, spouse William H. Born March 25, 1849 in OH to Conrad Fellows b OH and Lucinda Dunkle b OH. Informant was William M. Morehart, Lockville, OH. Buried Lithopolis Oct. 11.
_Emmit Levi FOOR ___+ | |--Arthur Eugene FOOR | |_Vera Louella FOOR _+
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 25
NAME: From info submitted to GenCirles by Victoria Clevenger-Grace. Information NOT documented. No sources shown.
DOB/MIDDLE INITIAL: www.zabasearch.com.
2007 - listed as a surviving son, Arthur Foor, married to Connie (Clark), of Salem, Ohio, in father's June obit.
_James D. FOOR _____ | |--Becki FOOR | |_Phyllis C. KINSER _
NAME: Mentioned as daughter Becki Burns of Pataskala, Ohio, in article about her parent's 50th wedding anniversary [Columbus Dispatch, Sunday, October 20, 2002 06C ]
DOB: There are two Rebecca Burns at anybirthday.com with Pataskala zipcodes: Rebecca L. b 14 Oct 1953, and Rebecca S. b 14 Jun 1957.
_Richard T. FOOR _+ | |--Carrie Blanch FOOR | |_Mary Ann GRAY ___
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 19, 38
CENSUS: 1880 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH; visitation 8
FOOR, Richard T., 48y farmer b PA
", Mary Ann, wife, keeping house, b PA
", Emma A., 16y dau b PA
", Rue A., 14y dau b PA
", Charles L., 11y son b PA
", Harry B., 10y son b PA
", Carrie B., 8y dau b PA
", Grover W., 5y son b PA
GRAY, Elizabeth, 83y mother in law, widowed, b PA. In 'health' column it
says "Failure of nutrition". All individuals show that parents were b in PA.
CENSUS: 1900 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, SD 13, ED 10, SH 2A, taken June 5th
FOOR, Richard, b Jun 1832, 67y b PA, parents b PA, mar 46y, farmer
", Mary A., wife b Sep 1833, 67y b PA, had 10 ch 9 living
", Harry B., son b Mar 1870, 30y single b PA, farm labor
", Carrie B., dau b Mar 1872, 28y widowed b PA, had 2 ch, 2 living
", George W., son b Dec 1874, 25y b PA, single, farm labor
", Pearl V., granddau b May 1893, 7y b PA, parents b PA
", Bessie G., granddau b Nov 1894, 5y b PA, parents b PA
CROWE?, Nellis, granddau b Jan 1884/1885 16y b PA, parents b PA, at school
MELOIT?, Martin, border b Jul 1859, widowed (no age) b PA, parents b PA, stone mason
POTTERFIELD?, Adam b Jul 1864, 35y widowed b PA, parents b PA, mfg of [can't read].
CENSUS: 1910 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 33. (Appears to
be at same residence as that of brother George W. Foor and family)
FOOR, Carrie B., head, 38y widow b PA, parents b PA
", Pearl, dau 16y b PA
", Bessie, dau 15y b PA
CENSUS: 1920 Wells Twp., Fulton Co., PA; SD 14, ED 59, SH 5A
BIVENS, John W., 21y b PA, parents b PA, coal miner
", Bessie G., wife 25y b PA, parents b PA
", B. Pearl, dau (age?) b PA
FOOR, Carrie B., mother-in-law, 47y widowed b PA, parents b PA
CENSUS: 1930 Wells Twp., Fulton Co., PA; ED 29-12 SH 3A
BIVENS, John W., head, owns home worth $1500, 30y b PA, parents b PA, mar. at
18y, laborer coal mine
", Bessie G., wife 34y b PA, parents b PA, mar. at 22y
", Pearl B., dau 10y b PA
", Doris L., dau 8y b PA
", Gladys dau 4 2/12 b PA
FOORE, Carrie B., mother-in-law 58y widow b PA, parents b PA
LOCATION: 1944 - listed as "Miss" Carrie Foor, of Wells Tannery, a surviving sister of Harry B. Foor, in Harry's January obit.
_Edward James FOOR _+ | |--Flossie Marie FOOR | |_Minnie TRUMBLE ____+
NAME/DOB/DOD/DOM: From Carolyn Obertein, 3496 Catterfield, Saginaw, MI 48601
"Avid 7th Day Adventist"
CENSUS: 1900 Lakefield Twp., Saginaw Co., MI; SD 8, ED 36, SH 6A
FOOR, Edward b Jan 1867 OH, mar 10y, fa b PA, ma b NY, farmer
", Minnie, wife b July 1877 22y b NY, parents b NY, had 4 ch 4 living
", Mable, dau b Apr 1892, 8y b MI, at school
", Frona, dau b Nov 1894, 5y b MI
", Maud, dau b Feb 1897, 3y b MI
", Flossie, dau b May 1899, 1y b MI
CENSUS: 1910 Lakefield Twp., Saginaw Co., MI, sheet 6A
FOOR, Edward, 49y married 19y b OH, fa b PA, ma b NY, farmer
", Minnie D., wife 34y had 7 ch 7 living b NY, fa b NY, ma b NH
", Mary, mother, 56y widowed b NY, parents b NY, had 3 ch 2 living
", Mabel, dau 18y b MI
", Frona 16y b MI
", Mortey 12y son b MI
", Flossie, 10y dau b MI
", May, 7y dau b MI
", William 5y son b MI
", Ethel, 1y da b MI
CENSUS: 1920 Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, ED 665, Sh 8A
WALDVOGEL, William, head, 34y b OH, parents b Switzerland, carpenter at automobile factory
", Flossie, wife 20y b MI, fa b OH, ma b NY, housework, private family
CENSUS: 1930 Detroit, Wayne Co., MI; Chelsea Avenue, ED 82-822, SH 21B
WALDVOGEL, William F., head, owns home worth $9000, does not live on a farm, 44y b OH, parents b Switzerland, first married at 29y, carpenter, builders
", Flossie M., wife 30y b MI, fa b "Ohio?", ma b NY, first married at 15y
HAUER, Joseph F., head, rents home for $50/month, owns a radio set, 28y b MI, parents b MI, first married at 26y, truck driver, express co.
", Lydia A., wife 25y b MI, parents b Germany, first married at 18y
", Joyce E., dau 5y b MI
POD/POBurial: From "Saginaw News" obituary abstract:
Index: SAGINAW NEWS
Monday, May 23, 1983 (E7)
Name: WALDVOGEL, FLOSSIE
Maiden Name: FOOR
Spouse's Name: WILLIAM
Date of Birth: Tuesday, May 23, 1899
Date of Death: Saturday, May 21, 1983
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
_John Willis FOOR _____+ | |--Gregory Lynn FOOR | |_Dorothy Janetta FOOR _+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 9.
2011 - listed as a surviving brother, Greg L. Foor, of Mench, in the obituary of Steven T. Foor, 60, who died August 9, 2011.
__ | |--Harriet L. FOOR | |__
PETOSKEY, Mich. Harriet L. (Foor) Meyer, 82, died Tuesday, April 6, 2004.
A former Hillsdale and Camden area resident, Mrs. Meyer was a nurse at Dr. Davis' office in Camden for several years and the director of nursing at Hillsdale County (Michigan) Medical Care Facility. [KPCNews.com, serving northeast Indiana, April 10, 2004]
__ | |--James FOOR | |__
"Sally Ann Foor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Foor, Independence, Ohio" is pictured as a little girl at an antique show in Wellington, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, June 15, 1955, p 15.]
_John Wesley FOOR _+ | |--Metta Amelia FOOR | |_May C. MYERS _____
CENSUS: 1880 Harrison Twp/Henry Co OH p 7, 57/60
FOOR, Isaiah 52 farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Susan, wife 49y b OH, keeps house, parents b PA
", J. W., 23y b OH, works on farm
", May C., 20y dau-in-law b OH, at home,
", Metta grand daughter 8/12
DIEHL, Samuel, 10y servant, works on farm b PA, parents b PA
FELLERS, Sarah, 22y niece b OH, at home, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Harrison Twp., Henry Co., OH, sh 8B
GOOD, J. D., head, b June 1876, 24y b OH, mar. 4y, parents b OH, farming
", Mattie, wife b Sep 1879, 20y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 2 living
", Clare, son b July 1896, 3y b OH
", Clayton, son b May 1899, 1y b OH
[Next door is wife's father Isaiah Foor]
CENSUS: 1910 Damascus Twp., Henry Co., OH; visitation 20/20
GOOD, James D., head, 34y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, mar. 14y
", Metta A., wife 30y b OH, parents b OH, had 8 ch 7 living
", Clare C. son 13y b OH
", Clayton W., son 10y b OH
", Mildred E., dau 9y b OH
", William H., son 7y b OH
", Roland C., son 6y b OH
", Leona P., dau 3y b OH
", Robert, son, no age listed, b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Damascus Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 51, Sh 8A
GOOD, James, head, 43y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Metta, wife 40y b OH, parents b OH
", William, son 17y b OH, farmer
", Roland, son 15y b OH
", Leona, dau 13y b OH
', Robert, son 11y b OH
", Doyle, son 9y b OH
", Merl, son 7y b OH
", Marcella, dau 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Damascus Twp., Henry Co., OH; p 243 SH 4A
GOOD, James D., head, owns home, owns a radio set, 54y b OH, parents b OH,
first married at age 21, farmer
", Metta, wife 51y b OH, parents b OH, married at 17
", Doyle D., son 18y b OH
", Merle D., son 16y b OH
", Maryellen, dau 12y b OH
BIRTH: Listed in Henry Co OH probate
MARRIAGE: Mentioned in John Wesley bio in "Henry Co., OH", book 3, p 137
Family history states that Metta was a diabetic and had one leg amputated. They wanted to amputate the other, but she wouldn't let them. She eventually died because of this. Her husband, James, went to the cemetery every day for the rest of his life to visit the grave.
"... my great grandmother Metta [Foor Good]. I remember her somewhat
since I was only 4 when she passed away. She was quite a character. I always
remember hearing that she crossed the US in a covered wagon with her
parents. She suffered from diabetes and had one leg amputated before
her death. What I remember is that she refused to have the other one
amputated and subsequently died. She and my great grandfather [James Durias
Good] lived on the family farm near McClure in Damascus township. My
grandfather [Roland Cecil Good] had the farm across the street and helped
farm both farms all his life. Roland C. was called 'Mike" by most people. I
don't have a clue why. We always went to grandparents for Sunday dinner,
played in the barns, watched the milking, played softball in the cow pasture
and helped gather eggs with Grandma." [From Kay Arlene (Good) Doggett via
March 2005 email.]
__ | |--Ronald A. FOOR | |__
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 372 p 233.
__ | |--Sarah Catherine FUNK | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 44. "Catherine"
DOM/POM: Sarah C. Funk and Andrew Rambo, 31 Mar 1859, Muskingum Co., Ohio, FHL Batch M514503 Muskingum Co., Ohio marriages 1848-1859.
CENSUS: 1860 Harrison Twp., Perry Co., OH; p 84
RAMBO, Andrew, 23y farmer b OH, $50 personal estate
", Catharine, 18y b OH
", Emma, 3/12 b OH
1865 - Michael Mull m Catharine Ramboe, 05 Nov 1865. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 38
VOUGHT, John S., 58y farmer b PA, $48,865 real estate, $1000 personal estate
", Rosanna, 51y keeping house b PA
", Jacob, 19y works on farm b OH
", Edward, 18y works on farm b OH, can't write
", Rosanna, 16y b OH, attended school
", Mary, 12y b OH, attended school
", Sarah C., 9y b OH, attended school
MULL, Catharine, 24y domestic servant b OH
", Charles W., 2y at home b OH
1874 - Jan. 15th issue. Frank Kistler and Sarah Mull were married Jan. 6th
in Dumontville. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette,
V1, 1826-1873", Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1998, p 1.
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle precinct, Fairfield co., OH; p 25
KISTLER, Frank, 24y farmer b OH; fa b OH, ma b unknown
", Sarah C., 34y wife keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", Bertha, 8y dau at home b OH
", Horace A., 5y son b OH
", Alice, 3y dau b OH
", Carrie M., 1y dau b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Liberty Twp., Delaware Co., OH; ED 45 SH 4B
KISTLER, Frank, head, 55y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, mar. 33y, married once
", Sarah Katharine, 69y b OH, fa b PA, ma b Ireland, had 5 ch 2 living, married twice.
", Carie May, dau, 28y widow b OH, parents b OH
SHANK, Albert, boarder, 24y single b OH, parents b OH, no occupation
CENSUS: 1920 Liberty Twp., Delaware Co., OH; ED 74 SH 6B
KISTLER, Frank P., head, 63y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah C., wife 77y b OH, fa b PA, fa b Ireland
MORGAN, Carrie M., dau 39y widow b OH, parents b OH, nurse working out
1926 - Mrs. Catherine Kistler Dies in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Catherine Kistler, age 85 years, well known resident of Worthington, Ohio, died December 5th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. L. Sampson of near Burgettstown, PA. Mrs. Kistler was born April 18, 1841 near Roseville, Ohio. Beside her husband, Frank P. Kistler, she leaves four generations to mourn her; 5 children, Mrs. Emma Ashford, of Roseville, O., Luther Mull of Lancaster, William Mull of South America, Mrs. O. C. Raver of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Carrie M. Sampson of Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. Thirteen grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Funeral was held at Betzer Church 2 p.m. Wednesday with burial at Betzer Cemetery. Rev. Swerenger officiating. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 10, 1926]
MAIDEN NAME: Son Luther Mull mentioned in her obituary -- his death certificate shows he was born in Fairfield Co. in 1863 to William Mull and Sarah C. Funk.
NOTE: The daughter "Emma Ashford" mentioned in her obituary... Emma's death certificate shows she died "Emma Jane Ashford" in Clay twp., Muskingum Co., OH., March 26, 1928, aged 68. No date of birth shown, but born "Near Roseville, Ohio". Father's name was not Mull... it was Andrew Rambo? And mother's maiden name Funk.
_Willard John GIFFIN ________+ | |--Brenda GIFFIN | |_Marian Elizabeth ROBINETTE _
[T81568] NAME/LOCATION: Listed as Brenda Beiter and husband Robert Beiter of Bedford in father's July 2005 obituary.
__ | |-- HAMILTON | |__
_Daniel W. HAYNES _ | |--Arthur HAYNES | |_Eliza R. REID ____
CENSUS: 1880 Saltcreek twp., Hocking Co., OH, p 143C
HAYNES, Daniel Sr., 59y b OH, parents b PA, widowed, blind
HAYNES, Daniel W., Jr., 30y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Eliza, 26y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Arthur, 10y son at school b OH
", Matilda, 8y dau at school b OH
", Purley, 6y son at school b OH
", Dianah, 4y dau b OH
", James, 2y son b OH
", Allen, 5/12 born in Dec., son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Perry Twp., Hocking Co., OH; ED 33 SH 4B
[White?], [John?], head, b Apr 1844 OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, Farmer
", Augusta A., wife b 1845, 55y b OH, had 9 ch 8 living, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Joseph C., son b Jan? 1868, 32y b OH, occupation Eng[ineer?]
", Oscar O., son b Mar/May 1877, 23y b OH, married, farmer
", Curtis A., son b Apr 1878, 21y b OH, day laborer
", Owen, son b Aug 1888, 11y b OH, at school
HAYNES, Arthur, son-in-law b Mar 1870, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 4y, sawyer
", Ida B., dau b Apr 1867?, 33y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 1 living
", Hattie, granddaughter b Jan 1900, 4/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 24
HAYNES, Arthur, 40y b OH, 14y, parents b OH, carpenter
", Ida, wife 42y b OH, had 9 ch 5 living, parents b OH
", Hattie, dau 10y b OH
", Ralph, son 8y b OH
", Merrill, son 6y b OH
", Doyl, 1 ?/12 b OH
", Juanita, dau b OH, 1/12.
1962 - Eight Children's ages now total 658 years - Congratulations are in store for the Haynes family, formerly of the Laurelville community. Daniel W. Haynes, born August 28, 1849, married Eliza Reid in the year 1869 and to this union were born 11 children, eight are still living and their ages total 658 years. These "youngsters" are Arthur Haynes, 91, 1407 W. Fair Ave., Lancaster; Matilda Haynes Calvert, 90, of 552 E. Franklin St., Circleville; Diana Haynes Valentine, 85, of Rt. 1, Stoutsville; James Haynes, 84, 1920 Fulton St., Anderson, Ind.; Allen Haynes, 83, of 17 Trine St., Canal Winchester; Henry Haynes, 79, 1772 Karr St., Springfield, Ohio; Lena Haynes Friend, 77, of 106 Arnold Ave., Lancaster; Leota Haynes Allison, 68, 433 Fifteenth Ave., Columbus. Pearl, Herbie and Jennie are deceased. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, March 22, 1962]
1963 - Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Haynes, 1407 W. Fair Ave. will entertain Sunday, March 3 to honor the former's father Arthur Haynes who is celebrating his 93rd birthday anniversary. They plan to hold "open house" from 1 to 4 p.m. at their home. The celebrant has another son, Ralph, who resides in Painesville, Ohio, and a daughter Mrs. Arthur (Hattie) Bland of Coral Gables, Fla. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 27, 1963]
1963 - Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Haynes honored the former's father Arthur Haynes Sunday, March 3, at their home 1407 W. Fair Ave. the occasion marking his 93rd birthday anniversary. A group of friends and relatives were invited to call between one and four o'clock to extend best wishes. The buffet table, from which lunch was served, was decorated with flowers, yellow and white candles and a birthday cake. Many gifts and cards were presented to the honored guest. Co-hostess for the occasion was Mrs. Peg Sims. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gail Dunkel, Mrs. Irene Hanyes, Baltimore, Mrs. Diana Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Valentine, Stoutsville, Mrs. Iva Starlin, Mr. and Mrs. David Starlin, Jr., Corning, Mrs. Helen Spurlock and Mrs. Levta Allison, Columbus. Mrs. Fannie Friend, Mrs. Ethel Simmon, Mrs .Donato S. Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brehm, Mr. and Mrs. Birtle VanHorn, Howard Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Aurand, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Christy, Miss Jennifer Christy, Mrs. Viola Blauser, W. L. White, L.D. Metcalf and Dick Chapman, Lancaster. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, March 6, 1963]
_Custer Glen HEDGE _+ | |--Helen HEDGE | |_Elnora FOOR _______+
CENSUS: 1930 Wood Twp., Huntingdon Co.,PA, visitation 18/18, sheet 1B
HEDGE, Custer, head, rents for $7/mth., doesn't reside on a farm, 33y b PA,
parents b PA, married first at age 20, laborer at coal mine
", Nora, wife 29y b PA, parents b PA, married at 16
", Helen, dau 11y b PA
", Lorraine, dau 10y b PA <-- Lorene?
", Buryl, dau 8y b PA
", Alma J., dau 2 10/12 b PA
LOCATION: 2002 - listed as a surviving sister, Helen LaRue Swope, of Six Mile Run, in sister Lorene's Dec. 2002 obit. I don't know if "LaRue" was a prior married name, or her middle name.
Helen L. Swope, 88, Hopewell, formerly of Finleyville, died Tuesday, November 28, 2006, at Nason Hospital. She was born on August 20, 1918, in Finleyville, a daughter of the late Custer "Peck" and Elnora G. (Foor) Hedge. On March 17, 1934, in McConnellsburg, she married Robert "Bob" Swope. He preceded her in death on January 22, 1994. She is survived by the following children: Robert "Bobby" Swope, married to Jacqueline (Ritchey), Six Mile Run; James Swope, married to Ruth L. (Reyan), Everett; Gary Swope, married to Karen (Wright), Hopewell; Janet, married to Jack Barton, Hopewell; Gail, married to Allen Millin, Everett; Christine, married to Foster
_John HEDRICK ___+ | |--Hannah HEDRICK | |_Rebecca RUNKLE _
NAME: "A Portrait and Biographical Record of Mercer and Van Wert Counties, Ohio", A. W. Bowen and Co., 1896, p 341, mentioned as a child of John. This child was probably born in Mercer Co., OH.
CENSUS: 1850 Gibson Twp., Mercer Co., OH; ED 258/265
HEDRICK, John, 42y farmer b PA
", Rebecca, 43?y b OH
", Henry 20y laborer? b OH
", Simon P., 15y laborer? b OH
", John, 14y b OH
", Geo., 11y b OH
", Rebecca J., 9y b OH
", James, 7y b OH
", Philip 5y b OH
", Hannah 4y b OH
", Wm., 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Gibson Twp., Mercer Co., OH; p 14
HEDRICK, John, 54y farmer b VA
", Rebecca, 52y b OH
", George, 21y serving b OH
", Rabeca, 18y b OH
", James 16y b OH
", Philip, 14y b OH
", Hanah, 12y b OH
", Sarah 6y b OH
HEDRICK, Henry 52y b OH, deaf and dumb
_William HOWARD _ | |--Addie HOWARD | |_Ellen CUPP _____
[T116419] Death certificate image. Addie Boxley, 630 Winthrop, Toledo, Lucas Co., Ohio, widow of Elijah Boxley, died June 5, 1943 aged 82y 9m 25d, born Aug. 11, 1860 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to William Howard b PA and Ellen Kupp b OH. Informant was Hazel Boxley of same address. Buried June 8 in Woodlawn.
__ | |--Millard HUSSEY | |__
NAME: Mentioned as her husband who preceded her in death in Lucille (Borror) Hussey's 1999 obit.
_Chester C. INSKEEP ____ | |--Max C. INSKEEP | |_Mary Bernice LOVELAND _
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7, SH 1B
INSKEEP, Chester C., head, rents for $12/month, lives on farm, 45y b OH, parents b OH, married at 19y, farm operator
", Mary B., wife 43y b OH, parents b OH, married at 17
", Fred C., son 19y b OH, farm laborer
", Forrest E., son 8y b OH
", Max C., son 6y b OH
", Martha D., dau 1 9/12 b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Max C. Inskeep, 13 Sep 1923, resided in Union Co., Ohio, died in Marysville, Union Co., Ohio at Memorial Hospital on Dec. 26, 1990, married, 12 years of education. 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.
__ | |--Toska F. KIESSIG | |__
DOB: Info from Delaware Co., OH Gen Society database - FOOR info sent to me from them in March, 1999. No death date; may not have been buried there.
POB: Online GenWeb archives at http://c-23.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/co/elpaso/cemeteries/fairviewhk.txt
DOB/POB: SSDI has a Toska Foor. Issued a social security card on Colorado. Last known address was Colorado Springs.
DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, familysearch.org index, no image. John C.
Foor b 1889 Delaware Co., Ohio, age 21, and Toska F. Kiessig, b 1892 Saxony,
Germany, age 18, married Jan. 1, 1910, Delaware Co., Ohio; groom's parents
Shannon [sic] T. Foor and Elizabeth Liff [sic], bride's Richard A. Kiessig
and Minnie Sorenson.
CENSUS: 1910 Delaware,Delaware Co.,OH - district 36, visitation 114; Ohio
FOOR, John C. husband 22 b OH, parents b OH, cigarmaker, factory
", Tosha F. wife 18 b GER, married within year, had 0 ch 0 living, parents b
CENSUS: 1920, Front Street, Freedom Twp., Wood Co., OH; Pemberville, ED 151
FOOR, John C., head, 30y b OH, parents b OH, shoe shop, own shop
", Toska F., wife, 27y b Saxony, parents b same, immigratied 1902,
naturalized 1910, operator, telephone
CENSUS: 1930 Montgomery Twp., Wood Co., OH, Freeport village, ED 87-30 SH 1A
FOOR, John C., head, owns home worth $2100, owns a radio set, does not live
on a farm, 42y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 21, shoe repair at
shoe shop, War vet.
", Toska F., wife 39y b Saxton, Germany, parents b same, first married at age
", Lester R., adopted son 16y b OH, fa b OH, ma b Germany
__ | |--William MANSPEAKER | |__
CENSUS: 1880 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 274A
MANSPEAKER, William, 23y laborer b PA
", Henrietta C., 19y wife keeping house b PA
", William C., son born in May, 1/12, b PA
"Charlotte Manspeaker, by her next friend, S. W. S. Foor, vs. William Manspeaker, in divorce, M. A. Points, Esq., was appointed master", [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, March 2, 1900]
__ | |--Harry E. MARTIN | |__
_Charles F. MEIER _ | |--Helen L. MEIER | |_Dora Mae BOYD ____+
CENSUS: 1920 Truro Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 304 Sh 11B
MEIER, Charles F., head, 36y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, farmer
", Dora M., wife 32y b OH, parents b OH
", Helen L., dau 9y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SH 9A
MEIER, Charles F., head, 47y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b PA, married first at
age 23, farmer
", Dora M., wife 42y b OH, first married at age 19
", Helen L., dau 19y b OH, parents b OH
LOCATION: 1959 - listed as a surviving daughter, Helen, of the home, in mother's Feb. obit.
_Jacob MILLER _ | |--Joseph MILLER | |_Mary KELLER __
DOM/POM: Rebecca Grauel and Joseph Miller, Oct. 10, 1850; marriage database at the Jones Co., IA., GenWeb website.
CENSUS: 1860 Franklin Twp., Linn Co., IA;
MILLER, Joseph 35y farm tenant b OH, $1500 real estate, $1500 personal estate
", Rebecca, 27y b OH
", Mary C., 8y b IA, attended school
", Susan M., 1y b IA
", William C., 4y b IA
CENSUS; 1870 Greenfield, Jones Co., IA; p 14
MILLER, Joseph, 44y farmer b OH, $5000 real estate, $500 personal estate
", Rebecca, 38y b OH, keeping house
", William H., 15y b IA
", Susan, 12y b IA
", Clara E., 9y b IA
", Ada, 6y b IA
", Minnie F., 4y b IA
"On the 28th of September 1890, Mr. [Robert] Russell wedded Miss Minnie F. Miller, a daughter of Joseph and Rebecca (Grauel) Miller. Her father was married twice, and by his first wife, who was Miss Rebecca Grauel, he had ten children, six daughters and four sons. Mrs. Mary K. Sawyer, of Greenfield township; W. H., also of Greenfield; a son who died in infancy; Mrs. Susannah Manly, who lives in Sac county, Iowa: Mrs. Ella Justice, a resident of Shelby county; Mrs. Addie Kohl, of Greenfield township; Mrs. Minnie F. Russell, the wife of our subject; a son who died in infancy; Jennie May, who died at the age of five years; and a son who did not survive infancy. Mrs. Miller died in 1873, at the age of forty years, and when Mr. Miller married the second time, his wife was Miss Sarah McConaughy, a daughter of John and Jane (Duncan) McConaughy, both natives of the Buckeye state." From History of Jones County, Iowa, Past and Present, R. M. Corbitt, S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago, 1910, p. 614.
"Joseph Miller, second child of Rev. Jacob and Mary (Keller) Miller, was born June 12, 1825 in Fairfield Co., Ohio. He grew up in that county, while the Kellers, Swartzes, Leibs, Einsels, Huddles, Spitlers and Seitzes -- all related by marriage and by the ties of blood -- were yet living there. With all of them he doubtless became more or less well acquainted and ties of consangainity bound them closely together... Some of the relationship moved to Licking County [OH] and many others to Seneca County [OH], where many miles separated those of the same flesh and blood. But the MIllers moved much farther away, going to the then pioneer state of Iowa. The Miller family moved there in 1844, when the son Joseph was about 20 years of age, and made that new commonwealth their future home. He lived one half mile from his brother, Eilas. Like his brother, Elias, Joseph Miller was married twice -- his first married being to Rebecca Grauel, a sister to Elias' first wife, his second marriage being to Margaret McConely.
"The Millers in this country came originally from York Co., PA. Among the emigrants coming from Europe nearly two hundred years ago, and settling in York county, were Abraham, Michael, Jacob, Matthias, Christian, Daniel and Solomon Miller and others... In 1844 Jacob and Mary (Keller) Miller moved with their large family to Jones Co., IA., where they made their future home. They settled near Anamosa on a farm of 160 acres, of which 120 acres were in one piece of land and 40 acres more were on a separate strip. Jacob Miller continued to preach, riding large circuits, as long as he was active... Jacob Miller died July 16, 1881. His faithful wife died Dec. 23, (her husband's birthday) either in 1894 or 1895, authorities differing as to which year. Their children were Elias V. b Feb. 22, 1824, Joseph b June 12, 1825, Sarah b May 22, 1827, Levi Keller Miller b Oct. 5, 1831, Elizabeth b July 6, 1833, David W., b April 1, 1836, David W. b April 1, 1836, Amos G. b Jan 19, 1839, Jacob w. b July 1, 1841, Benjamin H. b Aug. 10, 1845. [Shumaker, Edward Seitz,. Descendants of Henry Keller of York County, Pennsylvania and Fairfield County, Ohio. Indianapolis: Schumaker, 1924].
_Michael Eugene PHILLIPS _ | |--Teresa Jane PHILLIPS | |_Mary Ellen FOOR _________+
NAME/DOB/Parentage: From B. Edna Park Waller, 208 Dunbarton Circle Aiken, SC 29803 website. Used with permission, 11/1999.
__ | |--Tovi POLK | |__
[T95855] NAME/DOB/POB: From Arlena Foor via October 2006 email.
_Peter POWELL __ | |--Samuel POWELL | |_Mary ALSPAUGH _+
"Peter Powell - Was married to Mary Alspaugh, daughter of Henry Alspaugh.
After his marriage he rented a farm in Mifflin County, PA., where he remained
until 1814, when he, with his family, moved to Bloom Twp., Fairfield County,
Ohio, where he bought 320 acres of land. His children were as follows:
Samuel, Catherine, Henry, Elizabeth, John, Jacob, Philip, Daniel, Polly,
Rebecca, Peter and George." Powell, John,. Authentic genealogical memorial history of Philip Powell of Mifflin Co., Pa.. : and his descendants and others, with miscellaneous items and incidents of interest. Dayton, Ohio: Published for the author, 1880, p 43
__ | |--Catherine "Dolly" RICE | |__
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 28
DOB/POB: From husband Jay Foor via April 2005 email.
LOCATON: 2006 - listed as a surviving daughter, Catherine and her husband, Jay Foor, of Altoona, in Mary Ellen Rice's obituary. Mary died Sept. 24, 2006 at Altoona hospital, born Jan. 21, 1916 in Eldorado, IL, d/o James and Gertrude (Conrad) Spahr. Husband was Maurice Rice.
2008 - listed as a surviving brother and sister-in-law, Jay R. and Dolly Foor of Altoona in sister-in-law Annetta Mae (Foor) Shriver's Nov. 2008 obituary.
__ | |--Hazel Kirk RICHARDS | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 15 SH 20B
COURTRIGHT, Thurman, head, owns home worth $6000, owns a radio set, does not
live on a farm, 56y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 33, attorney,
", Hazel K., 45y b OH, parents b OH, married first at 24y
", Thurman, son 18y b OH, parents b OH
DOB/POB/MIDDLENAME: The Weiser family . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. The Weiser family : a genealogy of the family of John Conrad Weiser, the elder (d. 1746) John Conrad Weiser Family Association. 1960, p 640.
__ | |-- ROSE | |__
_Jacob RYMOND _ | |--Frank RYMOND | |_Rachel SMITH _+
CENSUS: 1900 Easton, Northampton Co., PA; ED 136 SH 13B
RYMOND, Jacob, head, b Jan 1852, 48y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 27y, engineer
", Rachel, wife b Apr 1857, 43y b PA, parents b PA, had 10 ch 0 living (???)
", Jacob, son b Nov 1879, 20y b PA, apprentice machinist
", Evaline, dau b Sep 1883, 16y b PA, doubler [sille?]
", Frank, son b June 1891, 8y b PA, at school
DOB/DOD: SSDI - name shown as Frank Rymond.
__ | |--Harrison SHEPHERD | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; visitation 167/167
SHEPPARD, Harrison, 34y farmer b OH, $1000 real estate
", Elizabeth, 29y b OH
", Samul, 3y b IN
", Sylvanus, 2y b IN
", Sylvester, 4/12 b IN
CENSUS: 1860 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 24
SHEPHERD, Harrison, 45y farmer b OH, $2500 real estate, $250 personal estate
", Elisabeth, 40y b OH
", Sylvanus, 12y male b IN, attended school
", Sylvester, 9y b IN, attended school
", Arminda, 7y female b IN, attended school
", Allender, 5y female b IN
", Rosetta, 3y b IN
', Hannah, 1y b IN
CENSUS: 1870 Harrison Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 2
SHEPPARD, Harrison, 45y farmer b OH, $8000 real estate, $800 personal estate
", Elisabeth, 50y keeping house b OH
", Sylvanus, 22y works on farm b IN
", Sylvester, 19y works on farm b IN, attended school
", Armienda, 17y female b IN, attended school
", Ellen, 15y at home b IN, attended school
", Rosetta, 13y at school b IN, attended school
", Hannah, 11y at school b IN, attended school
", Berthena, 8y at school b IN, attended school
NOTE: The age of Harrison in the 1870 census definitely shows 45, though he was a more likely 55.
DOD/POBurial: Harrison Shephard, died May 8, 1871, aged 62y 27d, buried Bethel Cem. [Wells County Public Library Cemetery Index, Wells Co., IN; data online]. NOTE: It probably shows age at death as 52y rather than 62. Age at death doesn't match census info.
Biographical Memoirs of Wells County, Indiana, 1903. pp. 524-526.
S. E. SHEPHERD.
S. E. Shepherd was born in Harrison township, Wells County, Indiana, January 29, 1848. His parents, Harrison and Elizabeth Shepherd, were natives of Ohio. His grandfather was a soldier of the war of 1812, and located in Ohio soon after peace between the United States and Great Britain was declared, but he did not long survive, and the bereaved mother, considering that the newer field of eastern Indiana might give to her and her children a better opportunity of making their way in the world, moved to Wells County and entered land, north of the county infirmary in Harrison township, where she afterwards made her home until death. Mrs. Shepherd was a woman of dauntless courage and it required women of that kind to brave the perils and hardships of pioneer life. However, her son Harrison, the oldest of the family, was a youth who could be relied upon. He was a tireless worker, sincere and conscientious in all that he did. He cleared and developed the land into a good farm and home, became interested in the work of education and religion and devoted much time from his own private affairs for the public good. On this farm he lived and labored and here his brave, good mother, after years of toil and privation for her children, died in the sanctity of her Christian faith. Here he married Miss Elizabeth Richels; here his children were born, reared, educated and given their first lessons in good citizenship, and here, eventually, after a well spent life, he was gathered to his fathers at the age of sixty-six years. At the time of his death he was financially well-to-do and was the owner of two hundred acres of choice land. To Harrison and Elizabeth Shepherd were born nine children, four of whom are dead. They are: Reason, deceased; Daniel, deceased; S. C., the subject of this sketch; Sylvester, deceased; Arminda, wife of Wallace Ripple; Ellen G., wife of Lewis H. Colbert; Rosetta, wife of Hiram A. Folk, a farmer living upon the old homestead; Hannah, deceased; Bertha, wife of E. N. Corey, a merchant at Pennville, Indiana.
Upon the farm, hewn out of the wilderness by the industry of his father, S. E. Shepherd was born and reared and during the fifty-five years of his life he has never had a residence outside of Harrison township. In his youth and early manhood he worked by the side of his father, and under the care and direction of that good man received the advantages of a good common school education and later the benefits of a knowledge of the higher branches of learning in the schools of Bluffton under the tutorship of Colonel McClerry. When old enough, he became a teacher in the public schools of the county and followed that calling for a number of years. His license was always of the highest grade, few in the county equalling and none excelling it. When in his twenty-fourth year, October 26, 1871, he was united in marriage to Minerva C. King, daughter of Adam and Elizabeth (Bolander) King, who were natives of Ohio, but had emigrated to Indiana and located near the present site of Craigville, Lancaster township. Mrs. Shepherd is a lady of good education, amiable disposition and many accomplishments. For a year after their marriage they resided upon and cultivated part of the old Shepherd homestead, but then purchased one hundred acres in Harrison township, where he now resides. It then consisted principally of woods, but did not remain long in that condition under its new owner. He immediately erected a substantial and commodious barn, forty by seventy feet, and a well arranged residence. This farm is now well drained, fenced and splendidly improved, and is recognized as one of the most productive farms, for corn, in the county. In favorable seasons Mr. Shepherd has raised as high as eighty-five bushels to the acre. His favorite products are corn, hogs and clover and out of these he has made the greater part of the competence which he now enjoys. To Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd have been born three children, as follows: Leora E. was born February 23, 1873, received a good education and is now the wife of Walter L. Fetters, of Bluffton; Alma E. was the wife of Dr. H. W. Markley, but died August 13, 1901; Rosanna E. lives at home.
Politically Mr. Shepherd has always affiliated with the Democratic party, in the success of which he has always taken an active part. For seventeen years he has served his township as justice of the peace and notary public. For some years he has been employed as a general agent for patent rights, and in this capacity has travelled over many states, among them Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Kentucky. During these travels he has acquired a fund of information about each locality and its people. With the qualities mentioned it is needless to say that he has been most successful in every line of business he has undertaken.
_Joseph D. SHORT ________ | |--Kenneth Andrew SHORT | |_Florence Ethel BURGOON _+
NAME: Listed as preceding her in death in sister Goldie (Short) Miller's 11 Dec 1998 obituary.
OBIT Abstract from the Lancaster EAGLE GAZETTE. Kenneth A. "Kenny" Short died 29 Aug 1996 at 74 at Mt. Carmel East Hospital. Of Lithopolis. 1940 graduate of Groveport High School, WWII Navy Vet. Survived by sister Goldie Miller of Lithopolis, brother Karl (Suzy) Short of Buckeye Lake, nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by parents, Joseph D. and Florence E. Burgoon Short. Interment in Lithopolis Cem.
Name listed as Kenneth Andrew SHORT, V 30772, Cert 61664, never married, born in Fairfield county, Ohio, had 12 years of schooling, resided in Ohio, father's surname SHORT, mother's BURGOON. Served in the Navy.
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 3B
SHORT, Joseph D., head, owns home worth $880, does not reside on a farm, 29y
b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20, fireman, rail and freight co.
", Florence E., wife 26y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 17
", Kenneth A., son 8y b OH
", Goldie I., dau 6y b OH
1943 - Prisoners Jump Driver - Camp Edwards, Mass., Jan. 28 - (AP), Private Andrew Short of Lithopolis, O., an army truck driver, was overpowered by three prisoners who escaped from Camp Edwards. Private Short was uninjured. [Newark Advocate, Newark, Ohio, Jan. 28, 1943]
__ | |--Henry SIMS | |__
_Vernon Calvin SKIDMORE _+ | |--Iretha SKIDMORE | |_Goldie CALVERT _________+
NAME: From brother Donald C.'s cemetery records, and mother Goldie Skidmore's cemetery records, "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 317.
CENSUS: 1930 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 42
SKIDMORE, Vernon, head, 40y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 33.
Laborer, odd jobs
", Goldie, wife 26y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 19
", John R., son 6y b OH
", Retha M., dau 4 11/12 b OH
", Donald C., son 1 6/12 b OH
__ | |--Judy SMITH | |__
_James SPAYER ___ | |--Sandra Faustina SPAYER | |_Sally Ann FOOR _+
_Augustus STRUCKMAN _+ | |--Frank Francis STRUCKMAN | |_Caroline SHULTZ ____+
NAME: Mentioned as a child of Augustus, in brother George's partition records of 1879, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 48.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: A "Dr. Frank" is buried near supposed brothers William A., Lemuel E., and his father Augustus, so I'm assuming "Dr. Frank" is Francis. "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 46. Years only: 1861-1923.
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 191/193
STRUCKMAN, Caroline, 30y keeping house b OH
", Franklin 9y attending school b OH
", Lemuel 8y attending school b OH
", William 4y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 138B
STRUCKMAN, Caroline, divorced, 41y b OH, keeping house, fa b VA, ma b PA
", Frank T., son 18y b OH, farmer, parents b OH
", Lemuel E., son 17y b OH, laborer, parents b OH
", William A., son 13y b OH, farm work, parents b OH
Death certificate iage. Frank L. Struckman died Feb 2, 1923, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 63y, found dead in his office about 6 a.m. Single. Dentist. Born Carroll, Ohio, to Gus Struckman b OH and Caroline Schultz b OH. Lemuel Struckman of Lithopolis was informant. Buried Betzer Cem. Feb. 4.
_George STUMPF ________________________+ | |--George Washington STUMP | |_Eva MacTalena Rebecca EBERT OR EVERT _+
NAME/DOB/POB: From 1850 census. See notes on supposed parents for details.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
1 male under 5: George
2 males 5-10: Henry, John
1 male 10-15: Daniel
1 male 40-50: George
2 fems under 5: Lydia, ?
1 fem 5-10: Maria
1 fem 10-15: Juliana
1 fem 30-40: Eva Magdalena
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1590
STUMP, George 50y farmer b PA
", Margaret 45y b PA
", Daniel 22y farmer b OH
", William 20y b OH
", Mary 18y b OH
", Conrad 16y b OH
", George W. 14y b OH
", Rebecca 8y b OH
", Catherine 6y b OH
", Harriet 4y b OH
", Sarah M. 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Shelbyville, Shelbyville Co., IL, p 107.
STUMPF, George, 60y farmer b PA
", Edith, 55y b PA
", Conrad, 26y b PA
", Washington, 22y farm hand b PA
", Barbara 18y b PA
", Catherine 16y b PA
", Sarah 15y b PA
", Margaret 11y b PA
_Richard Alvin WARNER _+ | |--Andy Alvin WARNER | |_Eleanore V. HAMILTON _
[T79841] NAME/DOB: From Elvin Ogg, email April 2005.
_Carl Cofer WEAVER ______ | |--Aaron Matthew WEAVER | |_Carol Ann GERKENSMEYER _+
NAME: From Nov. 2007 email of Cheryl Gerkensmeyer Rogers.
__ | |--Jehu WHITEHURST | |__
[T10659] Jehu's 1843 partition records mention his widow Hannah, and children John, Jehu and Abraham of Athens County, Joseph of Ross County, Martin of Pickaway Co., and Jacob, Agnes, Mary, and Mahala, wife of Elias Alspach of Fairfield County, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 34.
_Albert Scott WILSON __+ | |--Edith WILSON | |_Mary Judith RATCLIFF _
CENSUS: 1910 Cozad, Dawson Co., NE; ED 100 SH 5A
WILSON, A. S., head, 50y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 25y, shoe cobbler, own shop
", Mary, wife 49y b IA, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Edith, dau 7y b NE
__ | |--Zelma M. WILSON | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD: From Linda Franks Beebe via October 2000 email.
MAIDEN NAME: From birth certificate of daughter Eleanora, V 4 p 19 Fairfield County, Ohio, births.
POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 155. Name listed as Zelma M. Baker, daughter of Thomas Wilson and Ida Cook. Next of kin listed as "Elanor Baker Stormont, daughter".
DOD/POD: Name listed as Zelma M. Baker, 78, widowed, resided and died in Columbus. V 18066, Cert. 36438. Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-69 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1998-. Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-1969. Columbus, OH.
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 120
BAKER, Orrien, head, 28y b OH, parents b OH, mar 5y, laborer, odd jobs
", Zelma, 23y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 living
", Elnora, dau 5y b OH
CENSUS 1920; Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 163/167
BAKER, Orrien 38 b OH; parents b OH; farmer at berry farm
", Zelma, wife, 33 b OH; parents b OH
", Elnora, dau 14 b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sh 4B
BAKER, Orien C., head, owns home, resides on farm, 48y b OH, parents b OH,
married at age 24, farm operator
", Zelma M., wife, 43y b OH, parents b oH, married at 18
Mrs. Oren Baker spent several days of last week with her mother at Reynoldsburg, Ohio", LANCASTER DAILY EAGLE, Lancaster, Ohio, April 2, 1926, p 11.
__ | |--William YEAKEY | |__
__ | |--Solomon ZARTMAN | |__