__ | |--Cecilia A. | |__
__ | |--Ida | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SH 7B
McCAFFERTY, Harley E., head, rents home for $5/month, owns a radio set, does
not reside on a farm, 33y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 24,
laborer, state highway
", Ida, wife 24y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 16
", Walter, son 7y b OH
", Clarence, son 4 4/12 b OH
", Dolores, dau 1 8/12 b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Ida A. McCafferty, resided in Fairfield Co., Ohio, died Dec. 31, 1966 in Lancaster-Fairfield Hosp., Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 61, married. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
__ | |--Mary | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1409
SORRELLS, William 54y b VA
", Mary 58y b VA
__ | |--Susanna | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/Spouse: "wife of Henry", dob figured from age at death, 85y 9m 21d. "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 94.
According to info received via a guestbook on my website, Susanna's first HUSBAND was "David LaFarree", so the Lesery or Lafarree is not her maiden name.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio
1789-1850", CD #400. Name shown as Henry Dove and Susanna Lesery.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 240
DOVE, Henry, 86y b VA, no occupation
", Susannah, 74y b PA
", Sarah, 42y b OH
", Juliann, 22y b OH
_Jacob Tyler ACKER _ | |--Gabriella Leigh ACKER | |_Betty Jane FOOR ___+
NAME/DOB/POB: From Betty (Foor) Acker via August 2006 email.
_Jacob BAUGHER _________ | |--Catherine BACHER | |_Maria Barbara KISTLER _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 6. DOB figured from age at death; 82y 5m 27d. "wife of D." Notation in book says that "these are separate stones but the stones are set into the same foundation".
DOM: "Ye Ancient Swains", online info at Fairfield Co., Ohio GenWeb website.
Names listed as Kitty Bochert and Daniel Wurlumoot.
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 340
WILDEMUTH, Daniel 63y farmer b PA
", Catherine 60y b PA
FEEMAN, Elizabeth 12y b OH
SCHNIDER, Flena? 22y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1282
WILDERMUTH, Daniel, 72y farmer b PA
", Catharine 69y b PA
"One of my most exciting finds were the estate papers listing the heirs of Lydia Baugher - the unmarried daughter of Jacob C. Baugher (wife was Maria Barbara Kistler), who with his wife and children moved from Lehigh or Hampton Co., PA to Fairfield Co. about 1813 (possibly earlier). When Lydia Baugher died in 1872, her parents and all of her siblings were already dead. She names as her heirs all of the living children and grandchildren of four brothers and one sister." [Barbara Goddard, ancestry.com message boards, Aug. 2004]
Heirs of Catherine were listed as:
Schedule C - Heirs of Catharine Wildermuth, decd.
1. Wm. Wildermuth
2. Danl. Wildermuth
3. Solomon Wildermuth
4. John Wildermuth
5. Heirs of Hannah Weist
a. Sarah A. Sitterly
b. Mary Shell
c. Catharine Brandt
d. Alexis Hannah
6. Heirs of Mary Wagner, decd.
a. Mary Ann Feeman
b. Jno W. Wagner
c. Caroline Meeker
d. Levi Wagner
e. Heirs of Lydia McNeill
1. Wm. McNeill
2. Parley L. McNeill
3. Saml. O. McNeill
4. Ida B. McNeill
7. Elizabeth Snider, decd.
_Edward Monroe BENSON _+ | |--Starling Edward BENSON | |_Minnie D. KISTLER ____+
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 63.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 18B, enumerated
BENSON, Edward, b Mar 1867, 33y b OH, parents b OH, mar 10y, lumberman
", Minnie, wife b Nov 1870, 29y b IL, fa b OH, ma b IL, had 4 ch 3 living
", Harry, son b Feb 1891 9y b OH
", Corel, dau b Sep 1893, 6y b OH
", Starling E., son b Sept 1899 OH
1918 - Sept. 1918 draft registration card, Fairfield Co., Ohio; name listed as Starling Edward Benson, age 18 of Carroll, Ohio, born Sept. 14, 1899, medium height and build, grey eyes, light hair, student at Carroll School, nearest relative is Minnie D. Benson, mother, Carroll, Ohio. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
CENSUS 1920; Columbus and Lancaster Pike, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 111/111
BENSON, Edward M., 52 b OH; parents b OH [road?] superintendent
", Minnie [D.?], wife 49 b IL, father b OH; mother b IN
", Starling E., son 20 b OH
", Jan? Jon? E., son 17 b OH; garage mechanic
", Lewis H., son 12 b OH
", Coral J., dau 26 b OH
", Midlred [U.?] dau 15 b OH
", Dorothy V., dau 9 b OH
LOCATION: 1926 - listed as a surviving son, Starling E. Benson of Chicago, Ill., in father's Sept. obit.
LOCATION: 1927 - "Mr. and Mrs. Starling Benson and daughter Phyllis" were some of many who attended a dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Jay E. Benson for Thanksgiving. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1927]
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 10A
BENSON, Starling E., head, rents home for $8/month, does not reside on a farm, 29y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 23, farm laborer
", Pearl M., wife 25y b OH, married first at age 18, parents b OH
", Phyllis V., dau 5y b OH
", Edward S., son 1 10/12 b OH
", Minnie D., mother 59y widow b OH, parents b OH
", Jack R., nephew, 2 10/12 b OH, parents b OH
_Edward BOLLMAN _____ | |--Mabel BOLLMAN | |_Eliza Sophia YOUNG _+
NAME: From grandaughter, Kristi FOOR, email Sep 1998
DOB/DOD/PARENTAGE: Provided by Ruth Curfman who's aunt had done some FOOR research; email, April 2000.
POBurial: Ray's Cove cem. transriptions at http://kin2kin.amerianet.com/ancestorstones/index2.htm
CENSUS: 1930 Snake Spring Twp., Bedford Co., PA; sheet 4B
FOOR, Eugene, head, rents home for $15/month, doesn't live on a farm, 32y b
PA, parents b PA, married first at age 28, laborer, state highway
", Mabel, wife 23y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 19, housewife
", June, dau 1 11/12 b PA
", Hope, dau 6/12 b PA
_Reuben BOYD __ | |--Edward C. BOYD | |_Mary J. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; sh 2B Ed 17
BOYDE, Ruben, head, 54y b OH, parents b Germany, section hand
", Mary, wife 50y b OH, parents b OH, had 14 ch 11 living, washerwoman at
", Richard, son 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Emma E., dau 16y b OH
", Ethel M., dau 15y b OH
", Clarence E., son 13y b OH, helper, pringing office
", Roy L., son 12y b OH
", Edward C., son 10y b OH
", Burdine, dau 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Madison Twp., Franklin Co.,OH; sheet 4A
BOYD, Reuben, head, 62y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, steel foundry
", Mary, wife, 60y b OH, laundress, housework
", Mamie H., dau 27y b OH, bookkeeper
", Edward C., son 19y b OH, machinist, steel factory
", Burdeen, dau 16y b OH
__ | |--Nancy BRACKNEY | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Jeremiah Runkle and Nancy J. Brackney, FHL Batch M514221, Film 0963056, Auglaize Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1848-1871.
CENSUS: 1870 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH, visitation 51/46
RUNKLE, Jeremiah, 26y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 23y keeping house b OH
", Mary E., 3/12 b in February, b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH; p 314
RUNKLE, Jeremiah, 36y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Nancy J., 33y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Mary E., 10y dau b OH
", Sarah 8y dau b OH
", George W., 6y son b OH
", Martha E., 4y dau b OH
", Luminimmie P.?? 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Clay Twp., Auglaize Co., OH; ED 29 SH 14A
RUNKLE, Mancy (not Nancy) b Sep 1846 OH, parents b OH, widowed, had 6 ch 6 living
", George, son b Mar 1874, 26y single b OH, farmer
", Pearl, dau b Aug 1879, 20y b OH
", May, dau b Aug 1891, 8y b OH
__ | |--Robert BRASHEAR | |__
__ | |--Viletta BROWN | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Laurel Twp., Hocking Co., OH;
FOX, Samuel, 31y farmer b OH, can't read or write
", Viletta, 27y b OH, can't read or write
", Aaron, 8y b OH, attended school
", Samuel, 6y b OH, attended school
", Simpson, 5y b OH
", Minerva, 2y b OH
DOM/POM: Letty Brown and Samuel Fox, 30 Aug 1840, Hocking Co., Ohio, probate marriages 1818-1859; FHL Batch M514091
__ | |--Sandra R. BYRD | |__
DOM/POM: names listed as Micheal R. Foor, 20, and Sandra R. Byrd, 21, married 18 May 1974 in Ventura Co., CA. Ancestry.com. California Marriage Index, 1960-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
DOV: Names listed as Micheal R. Foor, born 1953, and Sandra R. Byrd, born 1952, married in 1974, divorced August 1975 in Ventura Co., CA. Ancestry.com. California Divorce Index, 1966-1984 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
_Jacob CALLAHAN _________ | |--Edmond E. CALLAHAN | |_Sarah Catharine BOWERS _
[T112100] Death certificate image. Edmond A. Callahan died St. Frances Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, May 19, 1935, widowed, wife was Maggie, died aged 69y 5m 27d, retired huckster, born Nov. 22, 1866 in Lancaster, Ohio, to Jacob Callahan b Lancaster, Ohio, and Sarah Kathrine Bowers b Oakland, Ohio. Mrs. Mae C. Boyd of 513 E. Rich St. was informant. Buried Union Cem., May 22.
_Emanuel CARPENTER _ | |--Elizabeth "Eliza" CARPENTER | |_Mary SEIFERT ______
CENSUS: 1880 Marion, Hocking Co., OH, p 100B
CARPENTER, Emanuel, 56y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Mary, wife 48y b OH, keeping house, parents b OH
", Sampson, 20y son farm laborer b OH
", Catherine, dau 18y b OH, at home
", Jacob, son 16y b OH, farm laborer
", Elisabeth, dau 12y b OH, at home
", Able, son 9y at home b OH
"Mrs. Eliza Primmer, widow of the late Solomon Primmer, died Thursday morning... survived by four daughters (named) and three sisters (named) and four brothers - Andrew of Pataskala, Sampson of Kansas City, Jacob of Amanda twp., and Abel of Winchester." [LANCASTER DAILY EAGLE, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 26, 1926, p 1.]
Death certificate image. Eliza Primmer of 529 Harrison, Lancaster, Ohio, died there Nov. 25, 1926, aged 75y 4m 28d, diwoed, born Jun 28, 1857 in Hocking Co., Ohio, to Emanuel Carpenter and Mary Seifert both b Germany. Informant was John Primmer of Baltimore, Ohio. Buried Nov. 27 at Fairview.
__ | |--Monroe CREGO | |__
CENSUS: 1910 Berkshire Twp., Delaware Co., OH; ED 27 SH 6A
CREGO, Monroe, head, 73y b OH, fa b NY, ma b Mass., married twice, mar. 9y,
", Josephine, wife 66y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 9y had 0 ch 0 living, married
HOY, Henrietta, sister-in-law, 48y single b OH, parents b PA
_John CRITES __ | |--Joseph CRITES | |_Nancy MILLER _
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1664
CRITES, John 54y farmer b VA
", Nancy 47y b VA
", Joseph 23y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 22y b OH
", John 19y b OH
", Lydia 17y b OH
", Samuel 10y b OH
DOM/POM: Names listed as Joseph Crites and Margaret Dawdle. Source Information: Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900 [database online].
CENSUS: 1860 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 611/595
CRITES, Joseph 33y farmer b OH
", Margaret 31y b PA
", Wm. H. 7y b OH
", Minerva 5y b OH
", George O. 3y b OH
", John E. 10/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Allen Twp., Hancock Co., OH, p 15
CRITES, Joseph, 43y farmer b OH
", Margaret 42y keeping house b PA
", William H., 17y labors on farm b OH
", Nancy [M.?] 15y at home b OH
", Jane E., 7y b OH
", Charles 5y b OH
", Jacob A., 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Allen Twp., Hancock Co., OH
CRITES, Joseph [M.?], 53y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA
", Margaret, 52y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Jane E., dau 17y at home b OH
", Charles, son 14y b OH, farm laborer
", Jacob T., 12y son farm laborer b OH
NOTE: In the 'illness' column, Charles is listed as having "Scarofula". Hard to read.
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp., Hancock Co., OH; ED 47 SH 3A
CRITES, Joseph, head, b Oct 1826, 73y b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA, mar. 48y, farmer
", Margaret, wife b July 1828, 71y b PA, fa b PA, ma b MD, had 9 ch 3 living
", William H., son b Dec 1852, 47y b OH, farmer, mar. 17y
", Ida E., dau-in-law b Mar. 1856, 44y b OH, fa b NY, ma b PA, had 5 ch 0 living
", William J., grandson b Oct 1882, 17y b OH, at school, parents b OH
", Ja[nnie?] B., granddaughter b May 1884, 16y b OH, servant
", Frank H., grandson b July 1886, 13y b KS, farm laborer
", Joseph, grandson b July 1888, 12y b KS, farm laborer
", Carl R., grandson b Nov 1891, 8y b KS
NOTE: It would appear at first glance that all the grandchildren listed are the children of William and Ida; however, Ida shows that she did have 5 children, but none were living. Error? Or children from a deceased child?
__ | |--Hiram DONALDSON | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH: visitaton 1650
FELLER, Joshua 27y farmer b OH
", Barbara 26y b OH
", Eliza 6y b OH
", Minerva 5y b OH
", Martha J. 3y b OH
", Clarissa E. 6/12 b OH
DONALDSON, Hiram 25y farmer b OH
RINGER, Mary 12y b OH
FELLER, Frederick 48y farmer b PA
", Catherine 68y b PA.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 214/2006 - Lockville
FELLERS, Joshua 38y farmer b OH
", Barbara 37y b OH
", Eliza 16y b OH
", Minerva 14y b OH
", Martha J., 13y b OH
", Clarissa e., 10y b OH
", Margaret E., 7y b OH
", Ellenora 3y b OH
", Florence E., 1y b OH
FELLERS, Frederick 58y gentleman b PA
DONOLDSON, Hiram, 35y jail sawyer b OH
MOORE, Oliver 36y head sawyer b OH
_John T. FOOR ______+ | |--Anna M. FOOR | |_Margaret COLLEDGE _+
NAME/DOB: From Janice Casler via October 2000 email.
NOTE: if "Anna M." was born in 1869, she should appear in the 1870 census with her family. The following 1870 census should show her as about 1 year old, but there is no female in that age bracket. The "Amanda" shown in the 1870 census as age 4y MAY be the same as "Anna M.", since Amanda disappears before 1880. In other words, they may be the same individual.
CENSUS: 1870 Riga Twp., Lenawee Co., MI, visitation 255, p 471
FOOR, John 42y farmer b PA
", Margarett 39y keeping house b PA
", Elizabeth 17y b PA at school
", Maria 15y at school b PA
", Lottie, 12y at school b PA
", Noah, 11y at school b PA
", Edward? 9y at school b PA
", William 7y at school b OH
", Amanda 4y at home b MI
", John 2y at home b MI
", Burton, 2/12 born in April, b MI
CENSUS: 1880 Riga Twp., Lenawee Co., MI; visitation 153/155
FOOR, John, 50y farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Rebecca 39y wife keeping house b OH
", Anna M., 11y dau at home b MI
", Rosa, 10y dau b MI
", Isaac C. 4y son b MI
", David H. 2y son b MI
[Son John has been adopted by Enos Huey and still resides in Riga Twp.]
_Anthony Albert FOOR _+ | |--Anthony Darl FOOR | |_Vera R. KARNS _______
NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not documented.
_________________ | |--Diane FOOR | |_Elizabeth FOOR _+
[T14924] NAME/SPOUSE: From Judy Foore via March 2000 email.
_Harold Leroy FOOR _+ | |--Harold L. FOOR | |_Norma LANNING _____
NAME: Listed in mother's obituary as being of Findlay.
DOB: From anybirthday.com.
Publisher: The Courier
Date: 28 June 1980
Abstracts: Harold L. Foor II and Teri Hall Foor II. Photo; Mrs. Harold Foor II
2007 - The Courier. April 27, 2007. Terri L. Foor and Harold L. Foor II, dissolution.
_Amos Osborne FOOR _+ | |--Howard Osborne FOOR | |_Chloe Marie CRAGO _
NAME/DOB/POB/SPOUSE/DOM/POM: "DIXON and STINSON Genealogy of Chatham Co., NC" at rootsweb.com. FOOR, Howard Osborn, 2LT, Marines, Chillicothe, OH - died 28 Nov 1950; killed in action.
From U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIED FROM HOSTILE ACTION (INCLUDING MISSING AND CAPTURED) IN THE KOREAN WAR, 1950-1957, "National Archives and Records Administration, Center for Electronic Records" at www.nara.gov/nara/electronic, February, 2000. 2LT Marines, d 28 Nov 1950, killed in action.
SOURCE: American Battle Monuments Commission, The Korean War Honor Roll, online database, 2002.
Howard Osborn Foor
Born November 13, 1927
Second Lieutenant, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died November 28, 1950 in Korea
Second Lieutenant Foor was a member of Company D, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on November 28, 1950. Second Lieutenant Foor was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously.
_Jesse FOOR _____+ | |--Milton M. FOOR | |_Annie M. YOUNG _+
FOOR BOOK, p 8 - lists date of birth only. Social Security death index shows
birth/death date, and resides in PA.
Info provided via email by Ruth Curfman, April 2000, who's aunt had done some FOOR research -- shows "Milton M." b 28 May 1901, and died 1974.
DOB/DOD: From SSDI. Date of death shown as May 1971, and last known residence as Everett, PA.
CENSUS: 1910 Bedford Co., PA district 9 visitation 95
FOOR, Jesse 36 (all b PA)
", Annie 34 wife
", Blaine 15 son
", Marshall 13 son
", Alta 13 dau
", Roy 11 son
", Milton 8 son
", Theodore 3 son
", Samuel (age?) son
CENSUS: 1920 East Providence, Bedford Co., PA vis 5/5 - taken January 1920
FOOR, Jesse 47 b PA; parents b PA - farmer
", Annie M. wife 45 b PA; parents b PA
", Alta P. dau 23 b PA
", Milton son 14 b PA
", Theodore son 12 b PA
", Samuel D. son 10 b PA
", Mary C. dau 6 b PA
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 2B
FOOR, Jesse, owns a home, owns a radio set, resides on farm, 58y b PA,
parents b PA, farmer, married first at age 21
", Annie, wife 55y b PA, parents b PA
", Milton M. son 28y single b PA, teacher, public schools
", MAry C., dau 18y b PA, seamstress, factory
LOCATION: 1954 - Mrs. Junior Metz and daughter of Princedale spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foor. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foor and Mrs. Junior Metz and daughters of Princedale spent the 4th of July in Baltimore. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, July 15, 1954]
_John C. FOOR _________________+ | |--Theresa FOOR | |_Mary Elizabeth Betsy DISBROW _
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 3.
CENSUS: 1850 S. Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 216
SNIDER, William, 39y [occ? Not 'farmer'. Can't read it] b PA
", Thersia, 28y b PA
NOTE: Is this the same William Snider in the 1860 census? If so, it appears that Elizabeth is not "Theresa". New wife and family?
CENSUS: 1860 Hopewell Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 36
SNIDER, William, 49y sawyer b PA, $1000 real estate, $700 personal estate
", Elizabeth, 36y b PA
", David, 4y b PA
", Susan, 1y b PA
CENSUS: 1870 S. Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co., PA; p 10
SNYDER, William, 60y stone mason b PA, $300 real estate, $300 personal estate
", Elizabeth 48y keeping house b PA
", David 14y b PA
", Susanna 12y b PA
", Catharine 9y b PA
", Theodore, 7y b PA
", Mary 5y b PA
SMITH, Lehman, 23y tin smith b PA
CENSUS: 1880 South Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 370C
SNYDER, WIlliam, 68y stone mason b PA, parents b PA
", Elizabeth, 58y wife housekeeper b PA, parents b PA
", David, 24y son stone mason b PA
", Susan, 22y dau b PA
", Kate, 19y dau b PA
", Mary 15y dau b PA
_Earl Roy FOOR ____+ | |--Willard Dwight FOOR | |_Mary A. DRENNING _
NAME/DOB/DOD/POB/POD/DOM/POM: From Beth (Foor) Hicks via July 2002 email.
POBurial: Tombstone says "Williard Dwight Foor 1930-1983", and is buried in area designated as 74A Southwest. Ware Episcopal Church Cemetery is at 7825 John Clayton Memorial Highway, Gloucester, VA - about 1 mile east of Gloucester Courthouse on Route 14. Info obtained from the Ware Church Cemetery website, currently linked off of the Ware Church website.
1946 - Bisons to Open Court Season Tuesday Night. 35 boys answered the initial call for basketball candidates at Bedford. ...Other sophomores who saw some action last year are... Willard Foor. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Dec. 5, 1946]
1948 - Willard D. Foor, Everett, R. 1, suffered an injury to the right knee at the Bedford-Cresson football game Friday evening. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Sept. 16, 1948].
1948 - Timmons Hospital, discharges: Willard D. Foor [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Sept. 16, 1948]
1949 - In a short address Coach Fisher outlined the basketball season and introduced these members of the squad: Seniors, Willard Foor... [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., April 29, 1949]
1949 - Willard Dwight Foor is in a list of gradutes under "Vocational Agriculture". [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, May 20, 1949]
1955 - Recent callers at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Coy Foor were: Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Schooley of Harrisonville, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hart of
Amaranth, J. Marshall Foor of Fishertown, Frank Price of Little Orleans, Mr.
and Mrs. Custer Foor, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Weyant, Joan Shirley, Willard
Foor, and Reuben Clouse. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Jan. 28, 1955]
1954 - Airman Willard Foor, who is stationed in Ohio, is spending
some time with his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Foor. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford,
PA, June, 30, 1954]
1955 - "Mr. and Mrs. D. Blair Shirley announce the engagement of their daughter, Ellen Jo Anne to Willard Foor, son of Mrs. Mary Foor and the late Merle [sic] Foor of Bedford. Miss Shirley, a graduate of Indiana High School, is employed as bookkeeper for the Royal Transportation Company of Everett. Mr. Foor, a graduate of Bedford High School, is now serving as a Mechanic in the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio. No definite date has been set for the wedding." [Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, PA Apr 28, 1955, p 10.]
1955 - Everett - Airman Willard Foor who is with the Air Force in Ohio spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Foor. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA., Nov. 1, 1955]
_Joseph FOOR ______+ | |--William Jerome FOOR | |_Sarah Lucy TOWER _
DEATH: V 6210 Cert 6728 Van Wert Co., OH - From the online searchable Ohio
death index. (NOTE: this index says he died 1-17-1930, not 1-19 as shown on Stucker's info)
DOM:" records of marriages of VanWert Co. Compiled by Elodee Nye Marbaugh", as told to me online 8/98 by a VanWert Co., OH "look-up" service. Married by Rev. Thomas Elcock.
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 786/795
FOOR, Joseph 25y farm labor b OH
", Sarah O. 22y b OH
", Emaline 2y b OH
", William J. 2/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Wilshire Tw., Van Wert Co., OH; visitation 124/125
FOOR, Joseph, 35y farmer b OH
", Sarah 30y b NY keeping house
", Emeline 11y b OH
", William J., 10y b OH
", Sarah A. 8y b OH
", Henry M., 7y b OH
", Augustus 5y b OH
", Mary B., 3y b OH
", John 9/12 b OH
FOOR, Elias D. 21y b OH, no occupation listed
CENSUS: 1880 Willshire twp., Van Wert Co., OH; p 443B
SMITH, David, 54y b PA, farmer, parents b PA
", Clara A., dau 19y b OH, keeping house, fa b PA, ma b OH
", King B., son 17y b OH, at home
", Barbara M., dau 7y b OH
FOOR, William, 19y b OH, farm laborer, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Wilshire Twp., Van Wert Co., OH; sheet 12B
FOOR, William J. b June 1860, 40y b OH, mar 14y, farmer
", Anna B., wife b Apr 1863, 37y b OH, had 8 ch 7 living, fa b WV, ma b OH
", Annie W., dau b Aug 1886, 13y b OH
", Sarah A., dau b Nov 1887, 12y b OH
", Margaret L., dau b Aug 1890, 9y b OH, at school
", Florence E., dau b Jan/Jun 1895, 7y b OH
", Bernice I., dau b Aug 1894, 5y b OH
", Inez A., dau b May 1896, 4y b OH
", Emma J., dau b Feb 1899, 1y b OH
", Jessie L., brother b Aug 1879, 20y b OH
LOCATION: 1905 - Will Foor and family visited their daughter, Mrs. John Spahr, last Sunday. [Van Wert Times-Bulletin, Van Wert, Ohio, May 27, 1905]
LOCATION: 1907 - Mrs. John Spahr and daughter Nellie, of Wren, are visiting
her father, Will Foor and family for a few days. [Van Wert Daily Bulletin,
Van Wert, Ohio, Dec. 21, 1907]
LOCATION: 1909 - Will Foor and family had for guests last week his sister,
Mary and children, of Petoska, Mich. [Van Wert Times-Bulletin, Van Wert,
Ohio, May 7, 1909]
1909 - Glenmore news - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foor and daughter, Velma, of Grover
hill, were guests of his brother, Will Foor, for dinner Sunday, and called on
other friends. They came in their car, his sister, Miss Sadie Foor,
accompanying them for a stay with friends. [Van Wert Daily Bulletin, Van
Wert, Ohio, Sept. 25, 1909]
CENSUS: 1910 ED 114, SH 4?A Willshire Twp., Van Wert Co., OH
FOOR, Wm. J., 49y, married once, b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY, farmer, farmer
", Anna Bell, wife 47y, had 12 ch 10 living, b OH, parents b OH
", Sarah A., sister, 48? single b OH, parents b OH
", S. Agnes, dau 22y b OH, laborer
", Margaret 20y dau b OH
", Florence, 17y dau b OH
", Burnice, dau 15y b OH
", Unice?, dau 14y b OH
", Josephine, 11y b OH
", Clifford G., son 1y b OH
LOCATION: 1918 - Mr. and Mrs. William Foor and daughter, Agnes, returned home last week from spending the winter in the South, well pleased with their trip. Mrs. Foor being much improved in health. [Van Wert Times-Bulletin, Van Wert, Ohio, April 9, 1918]
1918 - listed as a surviving brother, William Foor of Willshire twp. in Sarah's Nov. obit.
CENSUS: 1920 Willshire Twp., Van Wert Co., OH; visitation 4, ED 146 SH 1A
FOUR, William J., head, 59y b OH, fa b OH, ma b NY, farm laborer
", Anna B., wife, 56y b OH, parents b OH
", Agnes J., dau 32y single b OH
", Emma, dau 20y b OH
", Clifford, son 18y b OH
OBIT: Widely Known and Highly Esteemed Resident of Willshire Township Passes Away. William J. Foor, highly esteemed resident of Willshire township, died Friday night, at the family home, after a short illness. Mr. Foor was aged 69 years, a native of Pickaway county and came to this county when about 6 years of age, where he spent the remainder of his lifetime. His direct survivors are his wife, seven daughters, Miss Agness Foor at home, Mrs. Edna Spahr, of Decatur, Indiana, Mrs. Bernice Brubaker, of Van Wert, Mrs. Margaret Ackom, of Ohio City, Mrs. Josephine Cribbs, of Middletown, Mrs. Inex Schaadt, of Fostoria, and Mrs. Florence Stover, of Rockford, a son, Dr. Clifford Foor, of Cincinnati, four sisters, Mrs. J. M. Murphy, of Van Wert, Mrs. Edgar Seeley, of Belding, Michigan, Mrs. Olive McCrory, of Willshire township, and Mrs. Ella Duvall, of Cavette, and six brothers, Jesse and Bert Foor, of Liberty Township, John Foor, of Mercer, Frank Foor, of Dayton, Henry Foor, of Paulding, and George Foor, of Pleasant Mils, Indiana. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon, at 2:00 o'clock at the Bethel United Brethren Church at Greenbrier. Interment at Ohio City Cemetery. [Van Wert Daily Bulletin, Van Wert, Ohio, Jan. 18, 1930]
Death certificate image. #6728. William J. Foor, Willshire Twp., Van Wert Co., Ohio, died Jan. 17, 1930 aged 69y 6m 26d. Married to Margaret Foor. Born Jun 21, 1860 Ohio to Joseph Foor b unknown and Mary Power b unknown. Informant was Mrs. William Foor of Ohio City, Ohio. Buried Woodlawn, Ohio City, Jan. 20.
_Lafayette FOX _________ | |--Iola A. FOX | |_Sarah Elizabeth WOLTZ _
CENSUS: 1910 Royalton, Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 49 SH 2B
FOX, Lafayette, head, 44y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, married once, mar. 19y
", Lizzie, wife 37y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 8 ch 7 living
", Eva, dau 15y b OH
", Ada, dau 14y b OH
", Ethel, dau 11y b OH
", Belvia, dau 9y b OH
", Goldie, dau 7y b OH
", Ida, dau 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 6, SH 7B
FOX, Lafayette, 53y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah E., wife 48y b OH, parents b OH
", Goldie V., dau 17y b OH
", Iola A.., dau 14y b OH
", Ersie I., dau 12y b OH
", Rosa D., dau 7y b OH
KINER, Lewis C., boarder 62y married b VA, parents b VA, Evangelist church clergyman
", Charlie B., boarder, 11y single b OH, parents b Va
__ | |--Mathias L. FUHR | |__
[T40687] NAME/DOB/POB: Ancestry.com. Wisconsin Vital Records, 1820-1907. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.
__ | |-- GETTY | |__
__ | |--Dave GILL | |__
_Isaac GLICK __+ | |--George Washington GLICK | |_Mary SANDERS _
DOD/POBurial: From "Political Graveyard" online website.
CENSUS: 1850 Fremont Twp., Sandusky Co., OH; visitation 86
GLICK, George [W.?], 21y law student b OH - appears to be boarding with several other people, including at least one other law student.
CENSUS: 1860 Fremont, Sandusky Co., OH, visitation 20/27, p 4.
GLICK, Isaac, 57y farmer b PA
", Mary B., 60y b MD
", Geo. W., 30y lawyer b OH
", Charles 27y b OH
", Calista, 25y b OH
", John, 23y (lawyer or sawyer?) b OH
", Benjamin 22y dentist b OH
ROWLAND, Susan 17y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Atchison Co., KS, p 190.
GLICK, George W., 42y lawyer b OH
", Lizzie R., 35y keeping house b OH
", Jennie 11y going to school b OH
", Fred, 8y going to school b KS
BAILEY, Nancy 22y domestic servant b OH
GOFFREY, Ned 40y laborer b Ireland
TILLEY, John 21y laborer b England
CENSUS: 1880 Atchison city, Atchison Co., KS, 2nd ward, p 270A
GLICK, George W. 52y b OH, stock grower and lawyer
", Elizabeth R., 45y b OH, keeping house
", Jenne I., 21y b OH, at home
", Fred H., 18y b KS
", Mary V., 80y b MD
ROCKWELL, Mary 25y b PA, housework
", Alberta, 5y b MD
CENSUS: 1900 Atchison city, Atchison Co., KS; 503 N. Second Street
GLICK, Geo. W., head, b July 1827, 72y b OH, mar. 43y, fa b PA, ma b MD
", Elizabeth (P?), wife b July 1834, 65y b OH, had 2 ch 2 living, fa b NY, ma b VA
ORR, Mrs. Jennie, dau b July 1857, 42y mar 18y had 1 ch 1 living b OH
", George G., grandson b May 1884, 16y b KS, at school
", James W., son-in-law b Sep 1855, 44y b MI, parents b NY, lawyer
GABLE, Ellen, servant b Sep 1840, 59y widow b PA, had 5 ch 5 living, fa b NJ, ma b PA, domestic
DOB/DOD: Connelley, William E. A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, v. 2. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1918.
George W. Glick was born at Greencastle, Fairfield County, Ohio, July 4, 1827. He was of German extraction, his great-grandfather having come to America from Germany in time to fight in the war of the Revolution. His father was prominent in local politics, and the boy learned much of honorable public service early in his youth. When he was five years old the family removed to a farm near Fremont, Ohio. Here he lived till he was twenty-one. He received a good education, and showed himself to be of a studious and practical disposition.
In 1858 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Ryder, of Fremont. Two children were born of this union, a son, Frederick, and a daughter, Jennie.
Late in the year of 1858, Glick came to Kansas, and settled in Atchison. He became the partner of Mr. Alfred G. Otis in a law business. The firm was very successful and continued until 1873, when an affection of the throat compelled Glick to discontinue the business.
Became a governor.
The Legislature which met in 1913 appropriated the sum of $6,000 for a marble statue of Governor Glick to be placed in Statuary Hall, Washington. This statue was placed in the Hall June 24, 1914, and formally accepted July 18, 1914.
Glick, George W., the ninth governor of Kansas after the state was admitted into the Union, was born at Greencastle, Ohio, July 4, 1827, a son of Isaac and Mary (Sanders) Glick. His great-grandfather, Henry Glick, with four brothers, came from Germany during the colonial period, and all served as soldiers in the Continental army during the Revolutionary war. His grandfather, George Glick, served under Gen. Harrison in the War of 1812, and was wounded in the battle of Fort Meigs, not far from the present city of Toledo, Ohio. When Gov. Glick was about five years of age his parents removed to Sandusky county, Ohio, where his father acquired extensive farming interests and became a citizen of prominence, having been elected treasurer of the county three times in succession. Here the future governor of Kansas attended the public schools, and by his studious habits managed to acquire a good, practical knowledge of the English language and higher mathematics. His ambition was to be a lawyer, and soon after leaving school he entered the office of Buckland & Hayes at Lower Sandusky (now Fremont), where he studied for two years, when he was admitted to the bar in 1850 by the supreme court of Ohio, before which tribunal he passed an examination with the students of the Cincinnati Law School. He began practice at Fremont and soon won distinction as a lawyer. A firm believer in the principles advocated by the Democratic party, he cast his political lot with that organization, and in 1858 was nominated for Congress, but declined the honor. The same year he made the race for state senator against Ralph P. Buckland, one of his preceptors, and although defeated led his ticket by nearly 2,000 votes. About a year before this campaign he had been appointed colonel of the Second regiment and judge-advocate of the Seventeenth division of the Ohio militia by Gov. Salmon P. Chase. In the fall of 1858, after his defeat for state senator, Gov. Glick came to Kansas, locating at Atchison, where he formed a partnership with Alfred G. Otis, under the firm name of Otis & Glick, which association lasted for fifteen years. At the election of Dec. 6, 1859_the first election under the Wyandotte constitution_he was the Democratic candidate for judge of the Second judicial district; was a member of the legislature from 1863 to 1868; was the Democratic candidate for governor in 1868, but was defeated by James M. Harvey; was elected to the legislature again in 1875 and also in 1880; served as speaker pro tem in the session of 1876; and in 1882 was nominated and elected governor, being the only candidate on the Democratic state ticket to win a victory. Gov. Glick had been active in political and legal affairs in many other ways. In 1866 he was elected a delegate to the Union convention at Philadelphia, Pa.; he served as county commissioner and auditor of Atchison county; was one of the early directors of the Union Pacific railroad and attorney for the central branch from 1867 to 1874; engaged in farming and stock raising in 1874, his "Shannon Hill" farm of about 600 acres being one of the best known farms in eastern Kansas; was United States pension agent at Topeka from 1885 to 1892; was for over thirty years a member of the state board of agriculture; was treasurer of the board of Centennial managers in 1876; was one of the commissioners to the Chicago exposition of 1893 and the Louisiana Purchase exposition at St. Louis in 1904; was one of the founders of the Atchison Gas company; was the first master of Shannon Hill Grange, Patrons of Husbandry; was a Knight Templar Mason, belonging to lodge, chapter and commandery in Atchison, and on Dec. 7. 1907, he was elected first vice-president of the Kansas Historical Society. On Sept. 17, 1857, Gov. Glick was united in marriage at Massillon, Ohio, with Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. A. Ryder of Fremont. To this union were born a son and a daughter, Frederick H. and Jennie. The son was private secretary to his father while the latter was governor. After a long illness Gov. Glick died at his home on April 13, 1911.
Pages 753-754 from volume I of Kansas: a cyclopedia of state history, embracing events, institutions, industries, counties, cities, towns, prominent persons, etc. ... / with a supplementary volume devoted to selected personal history and reminiscence. Standard Pub. Co. Chicago : 1912. 3 v. in 4. : front., ill., ports.; 28 cm. Vols. I-II edited by Frank W. Blackmar. Transcribed May 2002 by Carolyn Ward.
GEORGE W. GLICK.
The ninth Governor of this State of Kansas, Hon. George W. Glick, of Atchison, was inaugurated on the 8th of January, 1883, the 68th anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. Gov. Glick was the first Democratic Governor ever elected in Kansas. He was born at Greencastle, Fairfield County, Ohio, July 4, 1827. On the paternal side, he is of German descent. Henry Glick, his great-grandfather, was one of five brothers who left their beautiful Rhine in the ante-revolutionary war period, and settled in Pennsylvania, all of them being soldiers in the war of the Revolution. George Glick, the grandfather of the Governor, was a soldier in the war of 1812, and was severely wounded in the battle of Fort Meigs. Isaac Glick, Governor Glick's father, resides at Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio; he has been a prominent farmer and stock raiser, and for three consecutive terms held the office of Treasurer of Sandusky County, having the reputation of a man of excellent business qualifications, and of the highest integrity. George Sanders, his grandfather on the maternal side, was of Scotch origin. He was a Captain in the war of 1812, and bore the marks of his bravery in bodily wounds of a serious nature. Mary (Sanders) Glick, his mother, is a lady of high culture, and in her Christian charities an observer of the command of the Great Teacher, "Let not thy left hand know what they right hand doeth."
George W. Glick was a studious boy; acquiring a good English education. His scholastic attainments embraced a good knowledge of the higher mathematics and of the languages, which substantial superstructure has enabled him to become a "man of affairs," and to succeed in his general undertakings.
The family removed to Lower Sandusky (now Fremont), when George was five years of age, and after completing his school education, he entered the law office of the firm of Buckland (Ralph P.) and Hayes (Rutherford B.), studying there two years. He was admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court at Cincinnati, Ohio, having passed a thorough examination in connection with the Cincinnati Law School students.
He commenced the practice of law at Fremont, and soon acquired the fame of a conscientious, painstaking, industrious lawyer, which secured him a large practice at Fremont, and later at Sandusky City, where his residence was prior to coming to Kansas. The Congressional Convention of the Democratic party of his district placed him in nomination for Congress in 1858, but he declined the honor in presence of the Convention, but later, accepted the nomination for State Senator, his preceptor, Mr. Buckland, being his opponent. Though defeated, he ran nearly 2,000 votes ahead of his party ticket. He was elected Judge Advocate General of the Second Regiment of the Seventeenth Division of the Ohio Militia, with the rank of Colonel, and commissioned by Gov. Salmon P. Chase.
He came to Kansas late in 1858, located in Atchison, and entered upon the practice of law, associating himself with Hon. Alfred G. Otis, who was a man well versed in human jurisprudence, and who, as Judge of the Second Judicial District from January, 1877 to January, 1881, won golden opinions as an administrator of justice. The firm of Otis & Glick lasted for fifteen years, Mr. Glick abandoning his lucrative practice in 1874, in consequence of a throat affection (sic). The firm settled up their affairs annually, never a dispute occurring, their last settlement having been effected within an hour.
Mr. Glick was the Democratic candidate for Judge of the Second Judicial District at the first election held under the Wyandotte Constitution, December 6, 1859. His vote was larger than that of any candidate on his ticket. He was elected a member of the Kansas House of Representatives from the City of Atchison in 1862, 63, 64, 65, 67, 75 and 1880. In the Legislative sessions of 1863, 64, 65, 66, 68 and 1881, he was a member of the Judiciary Committee, and was made the chairman of the same in 1865, 1866 and 1868, by the Republican Speakers of the House, Hon. Jacob Stotler, Hon. John T. Burris and Hon. Preston B. Plumb. He was on the Ways and Means Committee in the session of 1864; on the State Library Committee in 1868; on the Committees on Assessment and Taxation, and on Federal Relations, and Chairman of the Railroad Committee in the session of 1876, and on Banks and Banking in the session of 1881. In the session of 1876, Mr. Glick was Speaker pro tem, of the House. In May, 1874, Mr. Glick served as a member of the State Senate, having been elected to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Hon. Joseph C. Wilson.
July 28, 1866, he was one of the delegates elected by the Democrats to attend the Union Convention at Philadelphia, August 14, 1866; was a member of the Democratic State Central Committee appointed September 15, 1870; was appointed a member of the State Central Relief Committee, November 12, 1874; Gov. Thomas A. Osborn commissioned him a Centennial Manager, March 3, 1876, and he was elected Treasurer of the Board of Managers, and he was present at the first meeting of the Board at Philadelphia, at their office in the Kansas Building, June 4, 1876, when the arranging of the display was completed. July 29, 1868, he was made, by acclamation, the Democratic candidate for Governor, and at the election received some support outside of his political party.
He has been one of the County Commissioners of Atchison County, and, upon his accession to the office of Governor, was holding the position of Auditor of his county. Of the votes cast for Governor of Kansas, in 1882, George W. Glick, received 83,237; Gov. John P. St. John, 75,158; Ex-Gov. Charles Robinson, 20,933, scattering, 56. Mr. Glick received about 46 per cent of the vote cast. The highest vote ever before case for a Democratic candidate for office in Kansas was polled for Hon. Edmund G. Ross, for Governor in 1880. At the election Gov. St. John's vote was 115,204; Mr. Ross' 63,557; H. P. Vrooman's 19,477; scattering, 702. The percent of the vote received by Mr. Ross was nearly 32; Gov. St. John's in 1880, about 58 per cent; in 1882, about 44. The Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, in 1882, received a little over 33 per cent of the vote cast; James Smith, Republican, for the third time elected, had 53 per cent. Gov. Glick, a man of temperate habits of life, does not entertain the idea that "Prohibition" is a sovereign remedy for the evils arising from the use of the traffic in intoxicating drinks. February 22, 1876, while a member of the House, during the pendency of the proposed amendment to the dram shop act in the General Statutes of 1868, he asked to have the following protest to it spread upon the House journal, which appears on pages 933 and 934 of the journal of 1876. It reads as follows:
"MR. SPEAKER: I enter my protest against the passage of House bill No. 216, an act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 35 of the General Statues of 1868, relating to dram-shops, for the following reasons:
"1. A prohibitory liquor law, wherever tried, has been a failure, and has not accomplished its purposes. This proposition is conceded by all those who have given the subject a careful consideration, and were not controlled by fanaticism.
"2. This bill, if passed into a law, will result in the increased use of intoxicating liquors, as no one will attempt to enforce such a law.
"3. The regulation and control over the traffic in intoxicating liquors in cities is an absolute necessity for the preservation of the peace and good order of society, and that control over it is taken away by this bill.
"4. The revenue derived from the sale of intoxicating liquors aids in paying the burdensome expenses following in the wake of such sales, but by this law the burdens of the public are increased, while the ability of the public, and more especially the cities, to prevent them is decreased.
"5. The liquor traffic will, by this bill, if it becomes a law, greatly increase the number of places wherein liquor is sold, and as a necessary result the evils of the traffic will be greatly increased, the expenses of protecting life and property and preserving the peace of the public in cities greatly increased, with no resulting benefit from this bill if it becomes a law.
"6. The evils resulting from abolishing the license system will result in turning the politics of cities over to those who will secure the election of officers who will not prosecute or aid in enforcing the law, by which the moral character of all cities will suffer and crime will be greatly increased with inadequate power to prevent it.
"I am satisfied that my constituents do not desire any change in the present liquor law. I believe they are satisfied with its provisions, and under its operation they have been able to control its traffic, prevent the evils and abuses incident thereto, and preserve the peace and quietude of the city, and prevent increased immorality and law-breaking without being compelled to submit to increased taxation that would be needed if this bill becomes a law.
G. W. GLICK"
Gov. Glick has been prominently connected with the early Kansas railroads, especially those running into and out of Atchison. He was one of the first directors of the Central Branch of the Union Pacific, running west form Atchison, now extended nearly through to the Colorado line, and a part of the Missouri Pacific system; he was a director of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, the important railroad of the State and of the country west of the Mississippi; he was President of the Atchison & Nebraska Railroad from its organization until its completion, having spent four years of earnest labor in sacrificing efforts to accomplish its construction from Atchison to the capital city of Nebraska. Having organized the Atchison Gas Company, he secured the building of the gas works. He has erected many business and several dwelling houses in Atchison. He has a fine farm of about 600 acres in Shannon Township, about six miles west from the city of Atchison. About 200 acres are under cultivation, the remainder in pasture and woodland, there being some of the finest blue grass range here that can be found in the State. Nine miles of osage orange hedges mark the sub-divisions of the farm. As a tiller of the soil and a patron of husbandry, he has much to show for his labor of hand and brain. He conducts his business upon a scientific bases, and makes a registration of matters relating to stock and crops, knowing as a matter of debt and credit how every interest of his stands. He was the first master of the Shannon Hill Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry. He has been a Freemason for over thirty years, and aided in organizing the Royal Arch Chapter and Commandery of Atchison.
The wife of Gov. Glick was Miss Elizabeth Ryder, daughter of Dr. A. Ryder, of Fremont, Ohio. They were married at Massillon, Ohio, September 17, 1857. Frederick, their only son just attaining his majority, is the Private Secretary of the Governor. Jennie, their only daughter, is eighteen years of age. [William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas was first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.] Legislative and Political Annals, Part 20.
_David GLICK ___ | |--Mathilda GLICK | |_Lydia KISTLER _+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/Parentage/POBap: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 16. Sponsors: Heinrich and Ester Kistler.
DOM/POM: Names listed as John Scottsorn and Matilda Glick. Pickaway Co.,
Ohio, probate marriages 1839-1862; FHL Batch M513162.
CENSUS: 1850 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 128/128
SCOTHORN, John 34y farmer b OH
", Matilda 24y b OH
", Eliza 8y b OH
", Lewis 6y b OH
", Lydia 3y b OH
", David 2y b OH
_James H. GRIFFITH __ | |--Noble J. GRIFFITH | |_Eleanor B. WHITZEL _
NAME/DOB/POBurial/DOD: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 224. Full dates. Listed as the son of James H. Griffith and Elenor B.
See also notes on father.
In speaking of helping his uncles George and John Bumbarger in their molasses undertaking, the author states that "Judy Edwards, my cousin, and Noble Griffith, the brother of my Uncle George's wife, were also employed for this work. Both were older than I by a couple years." "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 35.
CENSUS; 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 322/312
GRIFFITH, James 52y brick mason b MD
", Eleanor 45y b PA
", Thomas 20y farm laborer b OH
", John 17y farm laborer b OH
", Sarah J. 15y b OH
", Noble 10y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; pp 288A
GRIFFITH, James, 74y brick manufacturer b MD, parents b (left blank)
", Ellen, 2ife 66y b PA, keeping house, fa b PA, ma b NY
", Sarah J., dau 34y b OH, at home
", Noble, son 29y b OH, at home
McCONNELL, Elizabeth, sister-in-law 72y b PA, fa b PA, ma b NY
_Thomas G. HANWAY _+ | |--Lulu Mary HANWAY | |_Lora E. HAMLER ___
Death certificate image. Lulu Mary Hanway Hanstein of Groveport, Ohio, died at Grant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 15, 1930, aged 23y 7m 2d. Married to Howard E. Hanstein. Born July 13, 1906 in Columbus to Thomas Hanway b OH and Lora M. Hamler b Groveport, Ohio. Informant was Howard E. Hanstein. Buried Lithopolis Cem., Feb. 19.
POBurial: Lulu Hanstein, daughter of Thomas Hanway and Lora E. Hamler, 1906-1930, buried 3rd addition, part 2, lot 83, grave 4. Also listed is next-of-kin Luann Sweigert, daughter. Lulu was only 23 when she died, and she may have died in childbirth as a granddaughter who was one month old with the last name Hanstein was residing with Lulu's parents. The child's name was "Lou A.". Perhaps the info was written in much later that this child of hers -- Louann -- married a Sweigert. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 226.
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ward 2 ED 51 SH 7B
HANWAY, Thomas, head, 23y b OH, parents b OH, barber, barber shop, married once, mar. 5y
", Lora, wife 23y b OH, parents b OH
", Lulu, dau 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Madison twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 15 Sh 1A
HANWAY, Clinton D., head, 67y b OH, parents b OH
", Thomas G., son 33y b OH, parents b OH, married, poultryman
", Fred S., son 26y single b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Lora E., dau-in-law 33y b OH, parents b OH
", Lulu M., granddaughter 13y b OH
_William Henry HART _ | |--Grace HART | |_Isabelle SKIVER ____
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 11B, enumerated June 15th, visitation 260?
HART, William, b Mar 1862, 38y b OH, parents b OH, mar 19y, farm labor
", Isabel, wife b Dec 1861, 38/39y b OH, parents b OH, had 7 ch, 7 living
", Pearl, son b Sept 1882, 18y b OH, farm labor
", Ora, dau b Dec 1885, 14y b OH, housekeeper
", Blanch, dau b Dec 1888, 12y b OH, at school
", Charles, son b Feb 1889, 10y b OH, at school
", Ethel, dau b May 1896, 5y b OH
", Gracie, dau b Sept 1896?, 3y b OH
", Clarance, son b Sept? 1900 OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 236, miracode index only
HART, William H., 46y b OH
", Isabel, 48y wife b OH
", Charles, son 20y b OH
", Grace, dau 13y b OH
", Lillian, dau 8y b OH
LOCATION: 1923 - listed as a surviving daughter, Grace C. Hite of Lancaster, in mother's August obituary.
__ | |--Henrietta HESTAND | |__
CENSUS: 1880 Knox Twp., Columbiana Co., OH; p 406A
FUHR, John H., 31y carpenter b OH, parents b PA
", Henrietta, 24y wife keeping house, b OH, parents b OH
", Frank, 6y son attended school, b OH
", Bertha, 3y dau b OH
", Earnst, 8/12 son born in OCT, b OH
_Thomas HOLMES _ | |--James HOLMES | |_Rachel WELLS __
DOM/POM: Names listed as James Holmes and Matilda Kistler. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005.
NAME: "Matilda, deceased wife of James HOLMES of Fairfield county, Ohio", "A Portrait and Biographical Record of Mercer and Van Wert Counties, Ohio", A. W. Bowen and Co., 1896, p 135.
POB/FATHER: "History of Fairfield County and Representative Citizens", Charles C. Miller, 1912, p 524. Married 1st Matilda Kistler, m/2 Susan Saylor.
DOM/POM to Susan Saylor: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236. Name spelled HOMES.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 75.
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 155
HOLMES, Thomas: males; 2 under 5, one 5-10, one 10-15, one 15-20, one 20-30,
one 50-60. Females: two 5-10, one 10-15, one 15-20, one 20-30, one 50-60.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
Males: one 10-15, one 15-20, one 20-30, one 50-60
Females: Two 15-20, one 20-30, one 40-50
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, family 1636
HOLMES, James 25y farmer b OH
", Matilda 21y b OH
", Henry 3y b OH
", Mariah 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 177
HOLMES, James, 35y farmer b OH, $5000 real estate, $1000 personal estate
", Susan, 27y b OH, $500 real estate
", Henry, 13y b OH, attended school
", Nancy, 7y b OH, attended school
CHANEY, Frances M., 7y b OH, attended school
SAYLOR, Minerva, 35y dress maker b OH
_Samuel HOY ____+ | |--Samuel Alvin HOY | |_Malinda IMLER _
NAME/YOB: From Rich Stewart via July 2004 email. (1865)
CENSUS: 1880 Harrison Twp., Henry Co., OH, p 113A
HOY, Samuel, 49y preacher b OH, parents b OH
", Melinda, 44y wife keeps house b OH, parents b OH
", Silas W., 20y son works on farm b OH, deaf and dumb
", Charles H., 15y son works on farm b OH
", Samuel A.,1 3y son works on farm b OH
", Clara, 11y dau b OH
", Wiley 9y son b OH
", Ida, 7y dau b OH
", George, 5y son b OH
", Jesse, 3y son b OH
", babe no name 1y son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Antelope Twp., Spink Co., SD; ED 300 Sh 5A p 162
HOY, Samuel, head, b Mar 1832, 68y b OH, parents b OH (Preacher?)
", Milinda, wife b Sep (no year shown) b OH, parents b OH
", Silas W., son b Jan 1860 OH
", Charles H., son b Mar 1864 OH
", S. A., son b Oct 1866 OH
", Jesse, son b March 1867, 23y b OH, school teacher (probably suppose to be
year of 1877, not 1867)
", Henry G., son b May 1879, 21y b OH, at school
", Lillian A., dau b May 1881, 19y b OH, school teacher
", Frank W., grandson b Sep 1878, 21y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer.
__ | |--Evelyn Louise KERNS | |__
LOCATION: 2004 - listed as surviving parents, Donald and Evelyn (Kerns) Foore in son Randall's January obit.
LOCATION: Listed as a surviving sister, Evelyn Foore of Toledo, in Jean Marie (KERNS) NITCHMAN's April 2006 obituary. Jean Marie was 68, born in Toledo to Howard and Ethel (SPENCER) KERNS, married to David NITCHMAN 47 years ago, kindergarten teacher, died March 30, 2006 in Cleveland. [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, April 1, 2006]
FOORE Evelyn L. Evelyn Louise Foore, age 82, of the Point/Shoreland Community, passed away in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Toledo campus on Thursday, February 24, 2011. She was a homemaker for her family and enjoyed bowling and water skiing on Lake Erie. Evelyn was preceded in death by her parents, Howard and Ethel (Spencer) Kerns; husband, Donald Foore (2007); son, Randall and sister, Jean Nitchman. Left to cherish her memory are loving sons, Steven (Sally) Foore, Scott Foore and Michael Foore; many grandchildren and several great- grandchildren; as well as brother, Jerry (Mary) Kerns and several nephews. Visitation and services are private. Those wishing to make memorial contributions in her memory are asked to consider the American Cancer Society . The David R. Jasin-Hoening Funeral Home, 5300 N. Summit St., (419-726-1583) is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may also be left along with photos and words of encouragement for the family at: www.jasinfuneralhome.com
NOTE: On the funeral home website, it said services were private, but did list the place of interment as Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.
__ | |-- KING | |__
__ | |--Donna Sue KING | |__
NAME: From the FTM website of L. S. Trudell, update July 7, 2003.
__ | |--Wayne LEATHERMAN | |__
NAME/DOB/DOM: From the David E. Helsel's gedcom at ancestry.com, last updated May 2004.
__ | |--Joseph H. LEWIS | |__
[T44370] NAME/DOM/POM: Dr. Mary Belle Lontz, PHD; April 2002 email.
_Reuben LOTT _______ | |--Jeptha LOTT | |_Margaret MICHAELS _+
NAME/DOB/POB: From Karen E. Antink via July 2008 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 401
LOTT, Reuben, 61y farmer b NJ, $2000 real estate
", Margr. 53y b PA
", Jeptha, 19y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 16y b OH
", Matilda, 13y b OH
", Hariet, 11y b OH
", Reuben, 10y b OH
", Laura A., 4y b OH
MICHAEL, Susan, 55y b PA
", Jackson, 15y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Hopewell Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 1
LOTT, Jeptha, 49y farmer b OH, fa b NJ, ma b PA
", Phebe, 44y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany
", Irvin M., 21y son, single, laborer b OH
", Cora M., 18y dau b OH
", Vinton E., 17y son, farm hand b OH, attended school
", Ernest J., 7y son b OH, attended school
", Jesse E., 2y son b OH
DOD/POD/POBurial: Jeptha Lott, Jan.e 30, 1893, 57y 3m 17d. Sand Ridge Cem. transcriptions by posted on a website maintained by Kristina L. Krumm. Phoebe is shown May 8, 1831 to Feb. 22, 1895.
_Houston MALONE _ | |--William MALONE | |_Eula BISHOP ____+
CENSUS: 1925 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA
MALONE, Houston, head, 26y b IA, married, owns home worth $2500 free of mortgage, highest completed grade of education was 8th, parents married in IL and were John E. Maline b IN and Jennie Houstin b IL
", Eulah, wife 22y, b IA, completed 12th grade, parents married in Wapello, IA and were William Bishop b IL and Ada Biggs b IA
", William, son 1y b IA, parents married in Katiok? MO and are Houston Malone, 26, b IN and Eulah Bishop, 22, b IA.
CENSUS: 1930 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA; ED 20 Sh 11A p 114
MALONE, Huston E., head, owns home worth $3000, owns a radio set, does not
reside on farm, 32y b IN, parents b in U.S., married first at age 24,
", Eulalie, wife 28y b IA, parents b IA, cook, cafe
", William, son 6y b IA, fa b IN, ma b IA
__ | |--Frank A. MASON | |__
MASON Frank A. Mason Jr., age 90, of Columbus went to be with the Lord on Friday December 24, 2010. Born October 9, 1920, in Blaine, Ohio to the late Frank A. and Helen (Lengel) Mason Sr. Also preceded in death by sister Irene Luzenski, and brother John J. Mason. A WWII Army veteran, Frank was a retired aircraft builder and mechanic for North American Rockwell in Columbus. A lodge member F&AM, Groveport, Scottish Rite, member of American Legion and VFW, Columbus, FOE, and long-standing member of Foxfire Golf Club in Grove City. Survived by wife, Leatrice (Cossin) Mason; loving daughter, Karen Beck, Groveport; grandchildren, Nicholas Beck and Heather Beck; former son-in-law, John Beck; sister, Goldie Mason; many nieces; nephews; and dear friends including his golfing buddies Oakie and Jack; and all his friends at Foxfire. Friends may visit Tuesday December 28, 2010 from 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110 where a Masonic service will be at 7:30 p.m. Funeral service and celebration of life will be 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with nephew Roger Henry officiating. Interment to follow at Lithopolis Cemetery. Donations may be made to Mt. Carmel Hospice in his memory. The family wishes to give a special "thank you" to his friend and physician Dr. Mark Carroll. Online condolences available at www.spencefuneralhome.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch from December 26 to December 27, 2010
Published online in The Columbus Dispatch
__ | |--Caleb Michael MAYNARD | |__
Published: Monday, June 4, 2007; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, NEWS 6B
MAYNARD Caleb Michael Maynard, our precious Angel, came into this world on May 27, 2007 and received his angel wings on June 1, 2007. He will be deeply missed by his parents Melissa Woods (Finegan) and Aaron Maynard. Friends may visit Wednesday from 1-2 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester where funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. 3 p.m. interment at Lithopolis Cemetery. Donations may be made to Melissa Woods and Aaron Maynard to help defray funeral costs. Online condolences available to the family at www.spencefuneralhome.com
__ | |-- MCFARLAND | |__
__ | |--Sarah Ellen MILLER | |__
__ | |--Charles T. MOORE | |__
NAME/DOB: From The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118. page 276, #117878.
_David C. MOSIER _ | |--George L. F. MOSIER | |_Lucinda FULTON __
CENSUS: 1850 Somerset, Perry Co., OH
MOSIER, D. C. 28y b OH, tailer? Sailer?
", Lucinda, 29y b OH
", Augustus, 8y b OH
", S. E., 5y b OH
", George E., 3y b OH
", David, 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 325/315
MOSIER, David C., 39y merchant b OH
", Lucinda, 39y b OH
", Augustus M. 18y b OH
", Sarah E. 15y b OH
", George L. F. 12y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Pella Twp., Marion Co., IA, p 2 or 177B
MOSIER, David, 50y stock dealer, $1000 real estate, $500 personal property, b
", Lucinda, 51y keeping house b OH
", George, 22y painter, $125 personal prop., b OH
BOWEN, William, 23y painter b IL
CENSUS: 1880 Pella city, Marion Co., IA; p 30B; University Street
MOSIER, G. L., 31y painter b OH, parents b OH
", S., 27y wife keeping house b IA, parents b Germany
", D. C., 2y son at home b IA, fa b OH, ma b IA
", D. C., 61y father, widowed, cattle dealer b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1885 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA; visitation 140/128
MOSSIER, George L., 33y grain & cattle dealer
", Cedar, 30y female, keeps house b OH
", David Jr., 6y b OH
", David Sr., 56y grain and cattle dealer b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Atlantic city, Atlantic township, Cass Co., IA; ED 34 SH 7A p 31
MOSIER, George L., head, b Dec 1852, 47y b OH, fa b OH, ma b VA, mar. 25y,
", Grace S., wife b June 1856, 44y b IA, parents b Germany, had 2 ch 1 living
1905 - Atlantic, Cass Co., IA census card. Name listd as Geo. Mosier, retired, 10 years common school education, born Ohio, parents b OH, age 41, widowed, can read and write, in IA for 37 years.
CENSUS: 1910 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA; ED 32 SH 16A ward 3
MOSIER, George, head, 58y b OH, parents b OH, shipper, stock
", Sarah, wife 53y b IA, parents b Germany, mar. 35y, both married once, had 2 ch 1 living
CENSUS: 1925 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA
LIMPUS?, Ella B., head, 57y widow, owns home free of mortgage valued at $6000
and insured for $4000, in U.S. for 57 years, in Iowa for 47 years, highest
grade attended was high school; b OH, father C. L. Brown b OH, mother S. E.
Mosier b OH, parents b OH, presbyterian.
MOSIER, Geo., roomer, 79y widow, in U.S. for 79y, in Iowa for 50; b OH,
father David Mosier b OH, mother Lucinda Fulton b OH, parents b OH, methodist
_Jonathan NOTHSTEIN _+ | |--George W. NOTHSTINE | |_Sarah GLICK ________
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 1 ED 197 or p 61A
NOTHSTINE, Johnathan, 33y laborer b OH, parents b OH, can't write
", Sarah, 23y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Geo. W., 7y son at school b OH
", Martine, 3y son b OH
", Alena?, 1y dau b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
NOTHSTINE, George W., head, b Mar 1873, 27y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer, mar. 7y
", Dora, wife b Apr 1873, 27y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 3 living
", Elva L., dau b Oct 1894, 5y b OH
", Homer R., son b Dec 1896, 3y b OH
", Ralph C., son b Feb 1891, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 163 SH 8A p 326
GRAFFIS, [Mel?]vain, head, 74y b OH, widowed, parents b OH, farmer
NOTHSTINE, [S]ara, dau 36y, married once, mar. 17y, b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 4 living
", Elva, granddaughter 15y b OH, parents b OH
", Homer, grandson 13y b OH, farm laborer
", Ralph, grandson 11y b OH
", Starling, grandson 9y b OH
Death certificate image: George Nothstine of 241 S. Grubb, died at St. Frances Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Oct. 21, 1937 of diabete... diabetic gangrene at 64y 7m 11d, born March 10, 1873 in Pickaway Co., Ohio, married to Marie Nothstine, retired, father' Jonathan Nothstine b unknown, and mother Sarah Glick b Pickaway Co., Ohio, informant was Maria Nothstine of 241 S. Grubb St. Burial Oct. 25, 1937 at Green Lawn.
__ | |--Thomas PARKER | |__
CENSUS: 1830 Pleasant Twp., Brown Co., OH
PARKER, Thomas, one male under 5, one 20-30. One female 20-30
_Henry C. PLOTNER _+ | |--Oscar PLOTNER | |_Mary ALBRIGHT ____
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 42. Sponsors: parents.
CENSUS: 1900 Dawson Twp., Greene Co., IA; ED 84 SH 6B
PLOTNER, Henry, head, b May 1853, 47y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mary, wife b Jan 1853 Germany, parents b Ger., married 23y, had 8 ch 6
living, immigrated 1860
", Edward, son b Dec 1881, 18y b OH, farm labor
", Oscar, son b Sep 1883, 16y b OH, farm labor
", Willie, son b Aug 1878, 11y b OH, farm labor
", Ralph, son b Jun 1880, 9y b IL, at school
", Walter, son b Aug 1893, 6y b IL, at school
", Charlie, son b Sep 1885, 4y b IL
ALBRIGHT, Mary, m-in-law, b Jan 1820, 80y, married, mar 55y, had 7 ch 3
living, b Germany, parents b Ger., immigrated 1860
_Harry Harriman PLUMMER _ | |--Keith C. PLUMMER | |_Fannie Fontelle CLARK __
OBIT: Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday, October 1, 2003 NEWS 07C
PLUMMER Keith C. Plummer, age 74, of Carroll, died Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at Fairfield Medical Center. Born July 3, 1929 in Harrisonville, he was a graduate of Worthington High School. He was a retired mail carrier, and owner of Plummer's Greenhouse. He was a member of Lithopolis United Methodist Church, Lithopolis Lodge 169 F&AM, Walnut Chapter 172 RAM and Reber Chapter 161 O.E.S. He was a 50 year member of the Carroll Lions Club. Survived by his wife, Betty; mother, Fannie Plummer; children, David (Linda) Plummer, all of Carroll, Marcia (Dan) Lephart, Springfield, Molly (Kenn) Corwin, Huntsville, Melissa (Brody) Endsley, Logan; step-daughters, Deborah (Dennis) Werner, Coshocton, Wendy (Wesley) Underwood, Carroll; grandchildren, Julie and Brian Plummer, Matthew and Nathan Lephart, Angela Corwin, Savanna Endsley, Danny and Derek Werner, Wyatt Underwood; mother-in-law, Audrey Shafer, Nelsonville; sisters-in-law, Lu (Larry) Flowers, Nelsonville, Margie (Randy) Adams, The Plains; brother-in-law, Charles (Ann) Shafer, Pickton, TX; nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by father Harry Plummer in 2002. Friends may visit 4-8 p.m. Thursday at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday with the Rev. Benjamin Foulk officiating. Interment Lithopolis Cemetery. O.E.S. service will be 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com.
_John F. RAINIER _ | |--Harlan E. RAINIER | |_Almira EBRIGHT __
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 297. Years only. Buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 313, grave 3. Harlan E. Rainier.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, sheet 7A
RAINIER, Harlan E., head, b Feb 1868, 32y, mar. 9y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Effie M., wife b July 1871, 28y b OH, fa b KY, ma b OH, had 5 ch 4 living
", Ralph R., son b Mar 1894, 6y b OH
", Gladys dau b Aug 1895, 4y b OH
", Constance, dau b Oct 1897 2y b OH
", Frances, dau b Apr 1899, 1y b OH
FRIEND, Effie M., servant, b Sep 1882, 17y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, ED 16 Sh 10B
RAINIER, Harley E., head, 51y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Effie M., wife 48y b OH, fa b KY, ma b OH
", Frances, dau 20y b OH
", Thalia, dau 19y b OH
", Howard E., son 15y b OH
", Sussie C., dau 12y b OH
", George W., son 10y b OH
Death certificate image. Harlan E. Rainier of Groveport, Ohio, R. F. D., died June 19, 1943 in Madison Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, married white male, spouse Effie May Ranier. Born Feb. 8, 1868 in Franklin Co., Ohio, aged 75y 4m 10d. Farmer, own farm. Father John F. Rainier born Madison Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, and Almira Ebright born Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, informant (Ralph?) Ranier of Groveport, Ohio. Buried Lithopolis, Ohio, June 23.
_Cory W. RALSTON __ | |--Bryce Wayne RALSTON | |_Holli J. LAWHEAD _+
NAME/DOB/POB: Mother's maiden name listed as Lawhead. Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
__ | |--Evalena G. RYMER | |__
Published: Tuesday, October 16, 2007; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH
MONEYPENNY Evalena G. Moneypenny, age 87, of Columbus, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 14, 2007, at Lutheran Village. Born July 4, 1920, in Ritchie County, West Virginia to the late Orville B. and Faye D. (Brannon) Rymer; also preceded in death by husband Paul Revere Moneypenny, son Ted Revere Moneypenny, grandson Richard Revere Moneypenny, brothers Carl and Scott Rymer and sisters Naomi Sheplar and Nedra Paugh. Survived by daughter-in-law, Sandy Moneypenny; grandchildren, Ed Revere and Melissa Moneypenny, Sean Revere and Jill Moneypenny; great-grandchildren, Rick, Alex, Alise and Adam Moneypenny; sister, Sylvia Freeland, Parkersburg, WVA; many nieces, nephews and dear friends. Family and friends may visit Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be 3 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. James K. Jensen. Interment Lithopolis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Rose of Concern Fund c/o Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio, 750 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205 in her memory.
__ | |--Mildred B. SAWYER | |__
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POBurial/Spouse/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township,
Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 303.
POD: Mildred B. Roller, born Ohio, resided Franklin Co., Ohio, died Grant Hospital, Franklin Co., Ohio, age 81, Oct 9, 1985, widowed. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line].
__ | |--Joseph SCOTT | |__
CENSUS: 1880 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, p 8, visitation 80/85
SCOTT, Joseph, 30y farmer b MI
", Elizabeth 27y wife keeping house b PA
", Ida, 6y dau at school b MI
", Oliver B., 5y son b MI
", Henry 3y son b MI
CENSUS: 1900 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, sheet 2 A
SCOTT, Joseph b Apr 1850, 50y mar 27y, b MI, parents b NY, farmer
", Elizabeth, wife b Aug 1852, 47y had 3 ch 3 living b PA, parents b PA
", Charles E., son b Aug 1883, 16y, b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", --vin M., son b may 1885, 15y b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", ----- V., son b Feb 1888, 12y b MI, fa b MI, ma b PA, farm laborer
", ------, father b Sep 1822, 77y widowed, b NY, fa b Ger., ma b Scotland
CENSUS: 1910 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI; visitation 34/34, sheet 2B
SCOTT, Joseph, head, 60y b MI, parents b NY, married once, mar. 37y, farmer
", Elizabeth F., wife 56y b PA, parents b PA, had 9 ch 6 living
", Henry F., son 32y single b MI, farm laborer
", Charles E., son 26y b MI, farm laborer
", Alvin M., son 24y married less than a year, b MI, farm laborer
", Vernon M., son 22y single b MI, farm laborer
", Alice E., dau-in-law 24y b MI, fa b NY, ma b England, school teacher,
married less than a year.
CENSUS: 1920 South Branch Twp., Crawford Co., MI, visitation 61/62
SCOTT, Joseph, head, owns home, 69y b MI, fa b NY, ma b US, farmer
", Elizabeth, wife 66y b PA, parents b PA
", Henry F., son 44y single b MI, farm laborer, working out
", Charles E., sn 36y single b MI, farm laborer, working out
", Vernon M., son 33y single b MI, farm laborer, home farm
_ SHACKLETTE _ | |--Francis M. "Fannie" SHACKLETTE | |______________
NAME/DOB/DOD/POD: From Edward E. FOOR via June 2001 email.
SSDI shows last residence as "Masonic Home, Jefferson Co., KY". Kentucky Vital Records, Death index, shows Fannie M. Foor died at age 87 on May 19, 1974, resided and died in Jefferson Co., KY. Cert. #14443, V 74.
CENSUS: 1920 Ekron Precint, Meade Co., KY; ED 103 SH 8B
FOOR, Joseph A., head, rents home, black, 29y b KY, parents b KY, farmer
", Fanny, wife 26y b KY, parents b KY, black.
CENSUS: 1930 Magisterial District #2, Meade Co., KY, ED 82-6, sheet 7A
FOOR, Joe E., head, owns home, does not reside on a farm, 39y b KY, married
first at age 25, parents b KY, blacksmith, own shop
", Fannie, wife 42y b KY, married first at age 28, parents b KY
", Joseph Edward, son 4 8/12? b KY
_ SHAFFER _ | |--Joseph SHAEFFER | |___________
DOM/DOB: From Robert N. Shaffer via July 2006 email. "Son of Daniel Shaffer of Berks Co., PA and Catherine "Kitty" Alspach. He served in the War of 1812 in the Ohio Militia and died ca 1835 in Marion Co., OH.
Robert submitted the following info:
Catherine and Joseph had the following children:
Daniel b 22 Jan 1818 Fairfield Co., OH d 20 Jan 1861 Marshall Co., IN
John A b 18 Feb 1822 Holmes Co., OH d 24 Nov 1893 Marshall Co., IN
m Mary Jane McPherson
Joseph b ca 1823 Holmes Co., OH d Aug 1877 Lane, Kansas
m Delinda Sult 16 Nov 1848
Mary b ca 1825 Holmes Co., OH m Joseph Shaffer
Elizabeth b ca 1826 Holmes Co., OH
m Moses Patterson 11 May 1845
Matilda b ca 1828 Holmes Co., OH d 13 Jan 1912Lane, Kansas
m Hanson Veatch 3 June 1847
David B b 6 June 1830 Holmes Co., OH d 14 Apr 1901 Plymouth, IN
m Delilah Doty 25 Dec 1855
Abraham b 5 jan 1832 Holmes Co., OH d 26 Aug 1907 Marion, IN (my grgrandfather)
m Rosannah Koontz 14 Oct 1855 Bertrand, Berrien, CO, MI
_Kelly SHANNON _ | |--Jeff SHANNON | |_Linda FOOR ____+
Graduated 1997 from Licking Heights High School (Licking County, OH)
__ | |--Charles Robert SMITH | |__
[T60530] NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 79. Name listed as Charles Robert Smith, full dates, PFC US Army WWII.
__ | |--James M. STOUT | |__
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
STOUT, James M. - one male 20-30; one female under 5, one female 20-30.
_Darrell E. STRAWHACKER _ | |--Mary STRAWHACKER | |_D. Jeannne SCHNEIDER ___+
NAME: mentioned as a surviving daughter, Mary and Marty McDonald of Morning Sun in mother's June 2004 obit.
_Jacob SCHWANDER _ | |--Daniel SWANDER | |_Barbara GERSTER _
_Jacob SCHWANDER _ | |--John SWANDER | |_Barbara GERSTER _
NAME/DOB: "Brobstology", http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~brobst/index.htm
"On the nineteenth day of June, 1776, just fifteen days before the Declaration of American Independence, the first child was born to Jacob and Barbara Swander.... "... was married in 1800 to Miss Elizabeth Glick, daughter of Philip Glick, of the same Lehigh county. Miss Elizabeth Glick's brother, George, was an early pioneer of Sandusky County, Ohio, and the grandfather of Hon. George W. Glick, ex-governor of Kansas. One sister, Christena, was the wife of Henry Bacher, some of whose grandchildren live in Tiffin." Ancestry.com. History of the Swander family. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. History of the Swander family. Swander, John I.,. Tiffin, Ohio. T.S. Falkner and H.D. Pittenger. 1899, p 16.
_Abraham TEEGARDEN _+ | |--Sarah Melissa TEEGARDEN | |_Elizabeth CRUM ____+
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POBurial: From information sent to Latter-Day Saints by Douglas Dutro Woodard, Salt Lake City, UT; submission AF96-108391.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Sarah Melissa Fridley, Cert. #24750. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 778/787
TEAGARDEN, Abraham 44y farmer b OH
", Catharine A. 17y b OH
", Mary F. 15y b OH
", Andrew J. 13y b OH
", Thomas A. 11y b OH
", Joseph J. 9y b OH
", Sarah M. 7y b OH
", John W. 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 61/61
TEEGARDIN, Abraham 54y farmer b OH
", Ester 44y keeping house b OH
", Thomas A. 21y works on farm b OH
", Sarah M. 17y at home b OH
", John W. 16y works on farm b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 424B
FRIDLEY, George, 30y b OH, farmer, parents b OH
", Sarah, 28y b OH, keeps house, parents b OH
", Lenah, dau 5y b OH
", Vernan B., son 3/12 b OH
1930 - Vernon Fridley, of Canton, O., who is visiting his mother on
Crowley-st., Mrs. sarah Fridley, with his mother have motored to Indiana to
visit a sister. [Circleville Herald, Circleville, Ohio, Oct. 30, 1930]
Death certificate image. Sarah Melissa Fridley, Circleville, Pickaway Co., Ohio, died Apr 18, 1938, aged 85y 7m 9d, divorced from George Fridley. Born Sept. 8, 1852 in Pickaway Co., Ohio, to Abraham Teagarten b PA and Elizabeth Crumm b unknown. Informant was Mrs. H-- Reid of Ashville, Ohio. Buried Reber Hill April 20.
__ | |--Ella P. VOUGHT | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/SPOUSE/POBurial: "Volume Two, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Madison Township", Franklin County Chapter OGS, 1981, p 107. "Wife of J. A.".
Maiden Name: See notes on father-in-law, Theodore WHITZEL.
CENSUS: 1900 Montgomery Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 124 SH 6B ward 18
WHITZEL, John, head, b Aug 1850, 49y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 13y, shoe
", Ella, wife b Aug 1860 OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
", Lulu E., dau b Jan 1874, 26y b OH
', Grace C., dau b Oct 1876, 24y b OH
", May E, dau b Mar 1884, 16y b OH
", Raymond, son b Aug 1891, 8y b OH
", Ruth M., dau b Aug 1897, 2y b OH
OBIT: Mrs. Ella P. Whitzel, 2554? Glen--- Av., died Friday night at the home, age 79. Leaves 4 daughters, Lou, Grace, Mrs. Earl R. Er--kine, Mr.s Edwin Hoover; 1 son, R. T. Whitzel of Massena, NY. Member of Northminster Presybterian Church. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m. at the Murgatroyd funeral Home, Dr. P. Martin Baker officiating. Burial Union Grove Cemetery, Canal Winchester. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, July 22, 1939]
_William WILLIAMS ___ | |--Linda WILLIAMS | |_Viola Clara CURTIS _+
NAME: From Marcia (Curtis) Lesman via Aug. 2005 email.
_William L. WOLLENZIEN _ | |--Edward Carl Fredrick WOLLENZIEN | |_Caroline RAVER ________
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church,
1817-1881, Bloom Township,, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 40. Sponsors: Carl Udibrecht, Cath. Trost, Fred. Wollenzin.
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle/Jefferson, Fairfield Co., OH; p 22
WOLLENZIEN, William L., 39y wagonmaker b Prussia; parents b Prussia
", Caroline, 36y wife keeping house b Prussia; parents b Prussia
", Charlie J., 11y son at home b OH
", Emma, 7y dau at home b OH
", Edward, 6y son at home b OH
", Max, 3y son b OH
", Wilhelm, 10/12, born in July, son b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 17A, enumerated
in June 22nd
WOLENZIEN, William, b Sept 1839, 60y b Germany, parents b same, mar 33y,
immigrated 1866, in US 34y, naturalized, wagon maker
", Caroline, wife b Dec 1842 Germany, parents b same, had 7 ch 4 living
", Edward, son b Aug 1874, 25y b OH, farmer
", Frank, son b May? 1883, 17y b OH, at school
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ed 52, visitation 5
WOLLENZIEN, Edward C., 35y b oH, parents b Germany, mar 7y, farmer
", Mary M., 33y wife b OH, parents b Germany, 3 ch 3 living
", Opal C., 6y dau b OH
", Sophia A., 4y dau b OH
", William E., 1 5/12?, son b OH
1918 - draft registration card. Edward Carl Wollenzien of Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 44, born Aug. 2nd, 1874, medium height and build, brown eyes, black hair, laborer in canning factor for Sears and Nichols in Canal Winchester, Ohio. Nearest relative is wife Mary. 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; Highland Street, Carroll, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 178/183
WOLLENZIEN, Edward C., 42 b OH; parents b Germany;
", Mary 41 wife b OH; parents b Germany
", Opal, dau 16 b OH; nurse
", Nellie, dau 13 b OH
", William E., son 11 b OH
SNYDER, Alva E., brother-in-law, 21 single b OH; parents b Germany
(1920 census)Hard to read occupations as the image is dark in the corner where the writing is. Father's occupation looks like a laborer at a [Lens?] factory. Mother's is a "washwoman"? Opal's is a nurse. Alva's is a laborer at shoe factory.
CENSUS: 1930 Carroll, Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 2A
WOLLENZIEN, Edward C., head, rents home for $12/month, doesn't live on a
farm, 54y b OH, parents b Germany, married first at age 27, polisher, lens
", Mary M., 53y b OH, parents b Germany, married first at age 26
Death certificate image. Edward C. Wollenzien, Carroll, Fairfield Co., Ohio, April 24, 1940, aged 62y, married to Mary Snyder Wollenzien. Clerk. Born Aug. 2, 1874 Jefferson, Ohio, to Wm. Wollenzine of Germany and Caroline Roewer b Germany. Informant was Frank Wollenzien of Carroll. Buried Betzer Cem., April 27.
NOTE: The book "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996 does not show an entry for this person. Other Wollenzien's are buried in the "new" section of Betzer Cemetery which also includes a Wollenzien family monument. Although not confirmed, if this person was indeed buried at Betzer, it is suspected that he is buried in the new section, a.k.a. New Betzer Cem.