Margaret J.

[4500]

ABT 1841 - AFT Jun 1880

Family 1 : James RICE
  1.  George H. RICE
  2.  Mary Catherine RICE

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[4500] CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 36
RICE, James, 60y farm laborer b PA
", Margaret, 29y keeping house b OH
", George H., 8y attending school b OH
", Mary C., 6y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 30B
RICE, James, 70y laborer b PA, parents b PA, married, laborer
", Maragaret, 38y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH, can't write
", George, 18y son, laborer, can't read or write, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Mary, 16y dau at home b OH, can't read or write, fa b PA, ma b OH

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BERGSTRESSER

____ - ____

Family 1 :
  1. +Phillip BERGSTRESSER
  2.  Daniel BERGSTRESSER

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Penny BERRY

[25730]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Luke Eric HARDY

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[25730] NAME/DOM: from the May 2005 snail mail of Carleen (Foor) Hardy.

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Ruth BLACK

[23539]

30 Jun 1940 - 12 Dec 1994


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[23539] EAGLE GAZETTE

Abstract: Death: 12 DEC 1994, age 54. Ruth Black, Lancaster, passed away Monday at Rockmill Rehabilitation Center. She was a 1959 graduate of Darby Township High School. She is survived by her mother, Olive Jones Buzzard of Lancaster; father, Howard Black of Groveport; brother, Charles E. (Patty) Black Sr. of Canal Winchester; step-sisters, Joyce Ann (Jerry) Peters of Lancaster, and Kathy (Richard) Crabtree of Florida, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, and uncles. Funeral sevice will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the chapel of the Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home, Canal Winchester, with the Revs. Erladean Jeffner and Larry Brown officiating. Interment in Lithopolis Cemetery. Friends may visit from 7 to 8 p.m. today and one hour prior to service Thursday at the funeral home.
14 DEC 1994; EAGLE GAZETTE

DOB/DOD/POBurial: name listed as Ruth A. Black, d/o Howard Black and Olive Jones, born in Groveport. Next of kin listed is Charles Black, Sr., brother. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 164.

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Delilah BOLENBAUGH

[7211]

9 Oct 1846 - ____

Father: Aaron BOLENBAUGH
Mother: Catherine WALTERS

Family 1 : William L. VANCUREN
Family 2 : Benjamin GILLESPIE

                      _Jacob BOLENBAUGH _
 _Aaron BOLENBAUGH __|
|                    |_Elizabeth GRAUL __+
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|--Delilah BOLENBAUGH 
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|                     _Jacob WALTERS ____
|_Catherine WALTERS _|
                     |_Elizabeth MOORE __

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[7211] NAME/DOB/POB: Info from 1850 census - listed with supposed parents. See notes on father for census listing.

"April 19, 1883, Mr. Vancuren was married to Mrs. Delilah Gillespie, who was born in Fairfield Co., Ohio, October 9, 1846. When a child she was brought to this county by her parents who settled near Warsaw, where she grew to womanhood, and received her education in the common schools. Her father, Aaron Bohlenbaugh, was born in Ohio, October 8, 1820, and is living in Harrison township, this county. The mother, Catherine (Walters) Bohlenbaugh, was born in Ohio, March 8, 1822, and is still living. Mrs. Vancuren has been twice married. Her first marriage was with Benjamin Gillespie, who was born in Ohio June 10, 1846. They had three children -- Charles A., born May 6, 1867; Evalena, born January 22, 1870, and Lotta, born Sept. 15, 1873. Mr. and Mrs. Vancuren have two children -- Alice, born June 19, 1884, and William Grant, born August 19, 1886. Mr. Vancuren is a Republican in politics, andd himself and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs. Vancuren is of Germany ancestry. Her grandparents, Jacob and Elizabeth (Moore) Walters, were born in Germany and were early settlers of Ohio." [Kosciusko Co., Indiana Biographical and Historical Record, 1887, Lewis Publishing, Chicago, p 535-536.]

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John BORSTLER

[18350]

ABT 1843 - ____

Father: Jacob BOERSTLER
Mother: Catherine


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 _Jacob BOERSTLER _|
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|--John BORSTLER 
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|_Catherine _______|
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[18350] CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 465
BOERSTLER, Jacob, 36y miller b MD
", Cassi-- 28y b OH
", Louisa, 12y b OH, attended school
", George, 10y b OH, attended school
", Angeline, 8y b OH, attended school
", John, 7y b OH, attended school
", Sarah, 5y b OH
", Thomas, 3y b OH
", Emma 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Lockville, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 398/383
BORSTLER, Jacob 46y miller b MD
", Catherine A. 38y b OH
", Sarah 15y b OH
", John 17y boating b OH
", Mary 8y b OH
", Lavina 7y b OH
", Melinda 5y b OH
", Clara 8/12 b OH

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Edward BOYD

[24146]

May 1890 - ____

Father: Reuben BOYD
Mother: Mary J. FOOR


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 _Reuben BOYD __|
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|--Edward BOYD 
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|                _Sylvester FOOR _+
|_Mary J. FOOR _|
                |_Sarah TRINE ____+

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[24146] CENSUS: 1900 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co.,OH; SH 11B
BOYD, Russel (??), b Dec 1855, 45y b OH, parents b OH, day laborer, mar. 22y
", Mary, wife b Sep 1859, 40y b OH, parents b OH, had 10 ch 10 living
", Dorah, dau b Apr 1888, 12y b OH, at school
", Cora, dau b Dec 1889, 10y b OH, at school
", Mamie, dau b Aug 1882, 8y b OH, at school
", Emma, dau b May 1893, 7y b OH, at school
", Ethel, dau b Dec 1895, 4y b OH
", Clarence, son b Nov 1897, 3y b OH
", Poll, son b Oct 1888, 11y b oH
", Edward, son b May 1890, 10y b OH

This child is out of sequence, usually indicating it's a child of a prior marriage. No prior marriage is known, however. Could it be a nephew? I've double-checked the census and it definitely shows "son" for both "Poll" and Edward, and several years later they have (another) child named Edward. Plus, if Edward WAS theirs, he was born May 1890, just 5 months after a daughter, Cora, who was born Dec. 1889 and also listed as age 10. Have tried searching for any Paul and Edward in the 1910 census that have the same last name and have not been successful.

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Joseph Wesley BROWN

[28525]

30 Jul 1877 - AFT Jun 1930

Father: Charles L. BROWN
Mother: Sarah E. MOSIER


                     _Joseph BROWN ____________
 _Charles L. BROWN _|
|                   |_Rebecca Lawrence FOSTER _
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|--Joseph Wesley BROWN 
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|                    _David C. MOSIER _________
|_Sarah E. MOSIER __|
                    |_Lucinda FULTON __________

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[28525] NAME/PARENTAGE: Fairfield Co., Ohio, probate births. Parents listed as C. L.
Brown and S. E. Moser.

CENSUS: 1880 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA, p 507C
BROWN, C.L., 36y tanner b OH, parents b Mass.
", Sarah, wife 34y, housekeeping, parents b OH
", Elle, dau 14y b OH
", Rhoda, dau 8y b OH
", Charley, son 5y b OH
", Joseph, son 3y b OH

CENSUS: 1885 Atlantic, Cass Co., IA
BROWN, Charles L., 40y, dealer in hardware, b OH
", Sarah E., 39y b OH
", Ella, 18y b OH
", Ruthie 14y b OH
", Charles D., 11y b OH
", Joseph W., 7y b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Atlantic Twp., Cass Co., IA; ED 34 SH 14B
BROWN, Joseph W., b June 1875, 24y single b OH, parents b OH, doctor's student.
Boards at 700 Chestnut

CENSUS: 1910 Grant twp., Taylor Co., IA; ED 132 SH 4A
BROWN, Joseph W., head, 32y b OH, parents b OH, married once, married 2y, physician, own office
", Mary B., wife 27y b IL, fa b OH, ma b Scotland, married once, had 1 ch 1 living
", Charles R., son 1 9/12 b IA, fa b OH, ma b IL

1918 - draft registration form; Joseph Wesley Brown, 307 E. 7th, Hastings, Adams Co., NE., age 41, born July 30, 1877, physician, nearest relative is Mary Belle Brown of same address. Medium height, stout build, brown eyes, dark hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.

1918 - Flu Epidemic: The public health issues raised by the epidemic were still a distant second in public interest. Thus, it's hardly surprising to find disagreements among local officials on how to best respond to the outbreak. The first casualty of these was the city physician, Dr. J. V. Beghtol. On Sunday morning October 6, he and Mayor Madgett had spoken by telephone regarding the possible need to close public gathering places, to fight the spread of the epidemic. The doctor had advised the mayor that Omaha and other cities in the eastern part of the state had closed theaters and other public places, and expected that Hastings would have to do the same. He deferred any final recommendation, however, until after a combined meeting of the board of health and city council scheduled for that afternoon. The mayor apparently wasn't satisfied with this; he contacted the president of the ministerial association, and issued a proclamation, announced from all the pulpits of the city that Sunday morning, that the churches and theaters were to be closed until further notice. The scheduled afternoon meeting then took place; Dr. Beghtol testified that, over the intervening hours, he and Dr. J. W. Straight, health inspector for the schools, had investigated the situation-and found only four confirmed cases of flu in the city. Given this data, the decision of the board was that schools and other public places remain open. Understandably, the mayor took offense at what he considered Dr. Beghtol's "flip-flop" on the issue. Dr. Beghtol, in response, took offense at the mayor's indulging "his penchant for issuing proclamations and edicts," and resigned. Dr. J. W. Brown was appointed in his place. The epidemic was barely underway, and local nerves were already fraying. Two days later, 35 cases of flu were recorded in Hastings.

Thursday October 10, the decision was reversed. Mayor Madgett, this time acting as chairman of the board of health, issued an order "closing theaters, churches, schools, pool rooms and card rooms as a precautionary measure against influenza." Military pickets were posted around the perimeter of the Hastings College campus, to prevent resident students from leaving. But students living at home in Hastings were still allowed to come and go-"if there is no sickness of any kind in the home." Obviously, irrational compromises in policy were still the order of the day. Irrational "home remedies" were, as well, ranging from garlic amulets to baking powder in water, as recorded in the Tribune. There were 81 recorded cases in Hastings by October 14; 198 cases four days later. Drs. Brown and J. H. Hahn were themselves reported ill with influenza. The obituary columns of the Tribune were littered with flu victims. And, mirroring the epidemic worldwide, these were primarily previously-healthy people in their twenties and thirties. Flu has always disproportionally killed the very young and the very old; the 1918 epidemic killed a hefty share of people in the prime of life. Secondary bacterial pneumonia, particularly with the germ that came to be known as Hemophilus influenzae, a common pathogen in younger people, probably played a major role. But as previously noted, the flu virus itself was particularly aggressive that year. On October 21, the Nebraska State Board of Health placed a ban on all public gatherings, indoors and outdoors.

There were no flu deaths in the first three weeks of February 1919, and the general assumption was that the epidemic was over. The last week in February, Dr. Brown filed what he no doubt assumed would be a summary report on the epidemic with the State Health Department-1,185 total reported cases of flu in the city of Hastings in 1918, with only 28 new cases in the six weeks since January 15. Alas, this assumption was wrong. The first week in March, there was a major recurrence of the flu in rural Adams County. 65 of 82 students in the Holstein school were absent with flu. On March 6, Dr. Mace of Roseland applied to the county clerk for 25 influenza quarantine cards. Wanda Township was the focus of another major outbreak. After going for about three weeks without admitting a case of influenza, 10 of 18 admissions to Mary Lanning the week of March 10-16 were flu cases. By the end of March, Hastings alone had suffered over 100 deaths from influenza and related complications.

There were no flu deaths in the first three weeks of February 1919, and the general assumption was that the epidemic was over. The last week in February, Dr. Brown filed what he no doubt assumed would be a summary report on the epidemic with the State Health Department-1,185 total reported cases of flu in the city of Hastings in 1918, with only 28 new cases in the six weeks since January 15. Alas, this assumption was wrong. The first week in March, there was a major recurrence of the flu in rural Adams County. 65 of 82 students in the Holstein school were absent with flu. On March 6, Dr. Mace of Roseland applied to the county clerk for 25 influenza quarantine cards. Wanda Township was the focus of another major outbreak. After going for about three weeks without admitting a case of influenza, 10 of 18 admissions to Mary Lanning the week of March 10-16 were flu cases. By the end of March, Hastings alone had suffered over 100 deaths from influenza and related complications.
[The Flu Epidemic of 1918, by Dr. Harry E. Salyards, pub. unk., date unk. posted to the Adams Co., NE GenWeb Website 2003.



CENSUS: 1920 Hastings city, Adams Co., NE., ward 3 SH 4B ED 12
BROWN, Joseph W. Dr., head, 42y b OH, parents b U.S., physician, general practice
", Mary B., wife 37y b IL, fa b OH, fa b Scotland
", Charles R., son 11y b IA, fa b OH, ma b IL
", Richard L., son 8y b IA

CENSUS: 1930 Hastings, Adams Co., NE; ED 13 SH 12B
BROWN, Joseph W., head, owns home worth $6000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 52y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 31, not a vet, doctor of medicine
", Mary B., wife 47y b IL, fa b OH, ma b Scotland, married first at age 25
", Charles R., son 21y single b IA
", Richard L., son 18y single b IA


BROWN, J W: Physician; b Lithopolis, O July 30, 1887; s of Charles L Brown-Sarah E Mosier; ed Atlantic, Ia HS; Northwestern U; U of Ia, MD; Phi Delta Theta; m Mary B Henderson Oct 25, 1907 Clearfield, Ia; s Charles, Richard; 1905 prac in Clearfield, Ia; 1916- prac, Hastings; Adams Co Med Soc; Neb St Med Assn; KP, past mbr; AF&AM, 32o; Shrine; BPOE; FOE; Presby Ch; Rep; off Gaston Bldg; res 736 N Burlington Ave, Hastings. [Who's Who in Nebraska, 1940, Adams Co. (posted to the GenWeb website)].

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David Gabriel CHALTRAW

[12343]

1975 - ____

Father: David Larry CHALTRAW
Mother: Anna Marie FOOR

Family 1 : Mindy Sue BUDD

                         _________________________
 _David Larry CHALTRAW _|
|                       |_________________________
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|--David Gabriel CHALTRAW 
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|                        _William Richard FOOR II_+
|_Anna Marie FOOR ______|
                        |_Mae Marie KOZAK ________

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[12343] NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE: From mother Ann Chaltraw via Sept., 2000 email.

Names listed as David Gabriel Chaltraw of Montpelier, OH, s/o David Larry and Anna Marie (Foor) Chaltraw, and Mindy Sue Budd of Montpelier, d/o David Edward and Bonnie Mae (Ryman) Budd, Sr. [Saginaw Co., Michigan, marriage database online]

2007 - Surviving are three daughters, two sons and their spouses, Anna Marie
and David Chaltraw, Saginaw; William Foor III and his wife Debra, Midland;
Linda Keller, Springfield, Missouri; Kimberly and Duane Dietrich, Saginaw;
Daniel and Pamela Foor, Carleton -- from the April 2007 obituary of Mae
(Kozak) Foor.

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Ayden James CORLE

[31402]

31 May 2005 - ____

Mother: Tina Marie BARNETT


                       ______________________
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|--Ayden James CORLE 
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|                      _Glenn Arley BARNETT _
|_Tina Marie BARNETT _|
                      |_Connie Ruth FOOR ____+

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[31402] NAME/DOB/POB: From Carol Foor Barnett via Aug. 2013 email.

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Chloe M. COURTRIGHT

[8402]

9 Sep 1847 - 21 Sep 1922

Father: William C. COURTRIGHT
Mother: Catharine Katie Ann DRAKE

Family 1 : Oren Milton ASHBAUGH Rev
  1.  Zephaniah E. ASHBAUGH
  2.  Adella Margaret ASHBAUGH

                              _Abraham V. COURTRIGHT Sr.__+
 _William C. COURTRIGHT _____|
|                            |_Elizabeth Betsy MCFARLAND _+
|
|--Chloe M. COURTRIGHT 
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|                             _Zephemiah DRAKE ___________+
|_Catharine Katie Ann DRAKE _|
                             |_Mary ______________________

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[8402] Mentioned as an heir in her father's partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 29.

DOM/POM: IGI Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages 1869-1880; Batch M514353.
Names shown as O. Milton Ashbaugh and Chloe M. Courtright.

CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1758
COURTRIGHT, William 38 farmer b OH
", Cate Ann 33 b OH
", Mary L. 10 b OH
", Margaret 5 b OH
", Clara M. 3 b OH <-- this definitely says Clara and not Chloe
DAVIS, Joshua 13 b OH


CENSUS: 1860 Greencastle, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 186/178
COURTRIGHT, Wm. N. 48y farmer b OH
", Catharine A., 44y b OH
", Mary 20y b OH
", Margaret 15y b OH
", Chloe 13y b OH
", May 2y b OH
FOX, Thomas 20y farm laborer b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 373/382
COURTRIGHT, Katie E., 52y keeping house b OH
", Carrie M., 12y attending school b OH
DRAKE, Mary, 55y, lives with sister b OH
COURTRIGHT, Cloe M., 22y helps mother b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Neodesha city, Wilson Co., KS; ED 32D
ASHBAUGH, Orrin, 38y methodist minister b OH, parents b OH
", Chloe M., wife b OH, parents b OH
", Adella M., 6y dau b OH
", Edward, 3y son b OH
", William M., 1y son b KS

CENSUS: 1900 Centerburg village, Hilliar Twp., Knox Co., OH; ED 52 SH 14A p 156
ASHBAUGH, Chloe, head, b Sep 1846, 53y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 6 ch 4 living
", Adella, dau 26y single b Sept 1873 OH, parents b OH, music teacher
", Edward, son b Dec 1876, 23y single b OH, produce dealer
", Paul, son b Oct 1885, 14y b OH

Death certificate image. Chloe M. Ashbaugh resided and died at 124 E. Vine, Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio, Sept. 21, 1922, widow of Oren M. Ashbaugh. Died aged 75y 0m 12d. Born Sept 9, 1847 in unknown, Ohio, to William Courtright b unknown, Ohio, and Katie Weeks b unknown, Ohio. Buried Bloomfield Cem., Sept. 23.

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Eveline C. "Eva" COURTRIGHT

[10691]

21 Jan 1854 - 13 Nov 1934

Father: Abraham Jackson COURTRIGHT
Mother: Sara HICKLE

Family 1 : George W. SPONSLER
  1.  John Jackson SPONSLER
  2.  Charles E. SPONSLER

                               _John Jacob COURTRIGHT Jr._+
 _Abraham Jackson COURTRIGHT _|
|                             |_Margaret CRIST OR CRISTY _
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|--Eveline C. "Eva" COURTRIGHT 
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|                              _Stephen HICKLE ___________
|_Sara HICKLE ________________|
                              |_Hannah SIGLER ____________

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[10691] NAME: From son Charles E.'s probate birth info.

DOM/POM: IGI Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages 1869-1880; Batch M514353.
Names shown as Evaline Courtright and George W. Sponsler.

DOBap: "baptisms from the communicants list" - several of these appear to be adults. Listed on p 44 and 47. "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield county chapter OGS, 1994. Name shown as Evaline Spinsler and Sponsler. No d.o.b. or parentage listed. Baptised the same day as son John Jackson (p 45).

CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 719/728
COURTRIGHT, A. J. 29y farmer b OH
", Sarah C. 31y b OH
", Evaline 6y b OH
", Bettie, 4y b OH
", Maria 2y b OH
", Calvin 10/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 82/86
COURTRIGHT, Abraham, 39y dry goods merchant b OH
", Sarah, 40y keeping house b VA
", Evaline, 16y helps mother b OH
", Bettie, 15y attending school b OH
", Maria, 12y attending school b OH
", Stephen D., 11y attending school b OH
", Hanna, 8y attending school b OH
", Justina, 6y attending school b OH
", Grant, 4y at home b OH
", Sherman, 4y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 20
SPONSLER, George W., 31y frmer b OH; parents b OH
", Evaline C., 25y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", John J., 8y son at home b OH
", Charlie E., 2y son b OH
COOK, George, 18y, works on farm b OH; parents b VA

CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 309/311
SPONSLER, George W., b Feb 1849, 51y, mar 29y, parents b OH, salesman
", Eva C. or P., wife b Jan 1854, 46y, had 2 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", John J., b May 1872, 28y single b OH
KEMP, Daisy A., niece b Mar 1882, 18y single b TN, parents b OH
ALSPACH, Elijah b Oct 1822, 77y widowed. Relationship shown as ---- father.
Can't read what is before the word father, but think it might be "step"
father. Elijah b OH, parents b PA

Death certificate image. Eveline C. Sponsler, Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., Ohio, died Nov. 13, 1934, aged 80y 9m 22d, married to Geo. Sponsler. Born Jan. 21, 1854 Royalton, Ohio, to Jacson Courtright b Pickaway Co., Ohio and Sarah Hickle b Pickaway Co., Ohio. Buried Union Grove.

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John C. DIEHL

[21110]

Dec 1890 - ____

Father: Jonathon Collins "Collie" DIEHL
Mother: Amanda J. "Jennie" FOOR


                                    ____________________
 _Jonathon Collins "Collie" DIEHL _|
|                                  |____________________
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|--John C. DIEHL 
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|                                   _Lucius B. FOOR ____+
|_Amanda J. "Jennie" FOOR _________|
                                   |_Catherine SHAFFER _

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[21110] CENSUS: 1900 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, p 125; ED 10 SH 7A
DIEHl, Jonathan C., head, b Jan 1870 PA, parents b PA, married 10y, farmer
", Amanda, wife b Sep 1861, 38y b PA, parents b PA, had 3 ch 3 living
", John C., son b Dec 1890, 9y b PA
", George L., son b Apr 1893, 7y b PA
", Rhabert B., son b Feb 1897, 3y b PA

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Agnes DULL

[25235]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Harold Eugene MCCRORY
  1.  Betty Joan MCCRORY

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|--Agnes DULL 
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|   __
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[25235] NAME: From the files of Lori Stucker; not documented.

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Benjamin DUM

[10396]

ABT 1830 - AFT 1 Jun 1870

Father: Jacob DUM
Mother: Juliana ZWOYER


                   ________________
 _Jacob DUM ______|
|                 |________________
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|--Benjamin DUM 
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|                  _Thomas ZWAYER _
|_Juliana ZWOYER _|
                  |________________

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[10396] NAME/DOB: From 1850 census. See notes on supposed father, Jacob DUMM.

NAME: Mentioned in father's 1865 partition records as child and heir. "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 28.

CENSUS: 1870 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 32
DUM, Benjamin 40y miller in grist mill, $10,050 real estate, $3200 personal property b PA
", Florence, 24y keeping house, $850 personal property, b OH
GRIFFITH, William 12y attending school b OH

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ELDER

[26991]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Annis WELTON

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|  |__
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|-- ELDER 
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|   __
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[26991] There is a Thomas Elder who died at age 50 in 1847 and is buried in Welton Cemetery, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH. There is also an infant of Thomas and Annie who died in 1826 buried same. Welton was the maiden name of Annice who married an unknown ELDER. Was Thomas her husband?

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Arthur Ray ELSEA Sr

[24615]

14 Dec 1914 - 9 Jun 2010

Father: Archie Ray ELSEA
Mother: Elsa Justina RIEDEL

Family 1 : Wilda Janette LEHMAN
  1. +Arthur Ray ELSEA Jr
  2. +Diane ELSEA
  3. +Annette ELSEA

                        _Robert Owen ELSEA _+
 _Archie Ray ELSEA ____|
|                      |_Cora Lynn HARRIS __+
|
|--Arthur Ray ELSEA Sr
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|                       ____________________
|_Elsa Justina RIEDEL _|
                       |____________________

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[24615] CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 21 SH 32A p 76, Ward 3 block 171; 1051 Miller Avenue.
ELSEA, A. Ray, head, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 38y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 19, manager, finance company
", Elsa, wife 39y b OH, married at age 20, fa b Germany, ma b OH
", Thelma H., dau 17y b TX
", A. Ray, Jr., son 15y b OH

DOM/POM/DOB/POB: From Williard David Miller via Jan. 2007 email.

ELSEA Arthur R. Elsea, 95, of Columbus, Wednesday, June 9, 2010 at home. Preceded in death by daughter Annette Pritchard. Survived by wife of 69 years, Janette Lehman Elsea; children, Art (Barbara) Elsea Jr., Diane Aleshire; son-in-law, David Pritchard; grandchildren, David Aleshire, Louise Elsea, Aaron Aleshire, Eric Aleshire, Michael Pritchard, Melissa Coffey, Betsy Pritchard, Kathryn Elsea and Bethany Aleshire; great grandchildren, Ginriche, Annie, Gregory and Jon Wesley; special friend, Sandy Yahn. Received Bachelor of Science degree in Metallurgical Engineering 1939. Member Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Epislon. Retired Research Engineer Battelle Memorial Institute 1939-1977. Member ASM and AIME. Memorial service 6 p.m., Saturday, June 19, 2010 at RUTHERFORD-CORBIN FUNERAL HOME, 515 High St., Worthington, Ohio, where friends may call from 5-6 p.m., Saturday. Interment Walnut Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to HomeReach Hospice.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch from June 12 to June 18, 2010

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Fredrick S. FEISTKORN

[5046]

19 Jul 1877 - 30 Jan 1885

Father: Charles F. FEISTKORN
Mother: Margaret ZANGMEISTER


                         ____________________
 _Charles F. FEISTKORN _|
|                       |____________________
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|--Fredrick S. FEISTKORN 
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|                        _Henry ZANGMEISTER _
|_Margaret ZANGMEISTER _|
                        |_Anna Catherine ____

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[5046] NAME/DOB/DOD/: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH",
Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 208. Info in book says he's the son of "E. F. Feistkorn and M. ?". Since he's buried right beside Charles and Margaret, I'm assuming this is their child. Update: on page 376 it lists "Freddie" as a son of Charles F. and Margaret.

DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis,
Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 27. s/o 'Charles H. and Maggie"., baptised by J. Beck. Sponsors: Frederick and Katie ABE.

DOD: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 49.

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 20
FEISKORN, Charles, 38y blacksmith b Germany; parents b Germany
", Margaret, 36y wife keeping house b OH; parents b Germany
", Charles N., 10y son at school b OH
", Fredrick S., 3y son b OH

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Clara J. FENTON

[3811]

ABT 1863 - AFT Jun 1880

Family 1 : Adam Cass MOREHART
  1.  Silva B. MOREHART
  2.  John Joseph MOREHART
  3.  William Allen MOREHART

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[3811] NAME: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 29 shows the baptism date of John Joseph MOREHART, s/o Adam and Clara MOREHART.

MAIDEN NAME: from Joretta Jaynes, Columbus, Ohio, via Sept. 2000 email.

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 10
MOREHART, Adam 28y laborer b OH, can't read or write; parents b OH
", Clara J., 17y wife, keeping house, b OH; parents b OH
", Silva B., 5/12 born in December, dau, b OH


NOTE: Clara must've also died, as son Allen is living in a children's home in 1900, and son John is listed as a ward with another family. Silva isn't found until the 1910 census where she's shown having been married twice, and a stepson is listed with the last name of Morehart -- most likely a child born out of wedlock and took Silva's name.

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Mae E. FERGUSON

[16304]

1870 - 16 Sep 1959

Family 1 : Clinton D. MILLER
Family 2 : Thomas CARVER
  1.  Oakley CARVER
  2.  Basil CARVER

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[16304] NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 69. Mae E. Miller, 1870-1959


CENSUS: 1930 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; SH 5A
MILLER, Clinton, 52y b OH, parents b OH
", May E., wife 57y b WV, parents b WV

OBIT: Mrs. Clint Miller. Mrs. Mae E. Miller, 87, widow of Clint Miller, died at her home in Avondale near Thornville yesterday at 1 a.m. following and illness of several years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Oakley Whitaker of the home; and by six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m... burial will be made in Betzer Cemeter. [Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Sep. 17, 1959]

Thornville - Mrs. Mae E. Miller, 87, of Avondale, near here, died at 1 a.m. Wednesday following an illness of several years. Mrs. Wilson (?) was born in West Virginia Nov. 8, 1871, to Hiram and Margaret Bloss Ferguson. She was the widow of Clint Miller. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Oakley Whitaker, of Avondale, with whome she made her home, and six grandchildren. [Zanesville Signal, Zanesville, Ohio, Sept. 17, 1959]

NOTE: I think "Mae" is Harriett Ferguson, who's shown in the census's as a daughter of Alderson and Margaret (Bloss) Ferguson. She had a brother named Hiram. The small obit says Mae (Ferguson) Miller was born in Nov. 1871 in WV, and the 1900 census shows "Harriet" born Nov 1872 WV.

CENSUS: 1870 Grant twp., Wayne Co., WV, p 28
FURGURSON, Alderson, 29y farmer b VA
", Margrett, 28y keeping house b VA
", Hiram, 7y b WV
", Nancy 4y b WV
", Prudence 2y b WV
", Minnie 5/12 b WV

CENSUS: 1880 Wayne Co., WV; p 267A
RAMEY, Margaret, 38y widow, keeping house, b VA, parents b OH
FERGUSON, Hyran, 17y son, farming b WV, parents b VA
", Nancy, 14y dau b WV
", Prudence, 12y dau b WV
", Mine, 10y dau b WV
", Harriet, 8y dau b WV
", Marth Jane, 6y dau b WV

POD/DOD: Name listed as Mae E. Miller, white female, resided and died at home in Licking Co., Ohio at age 87, widowed. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Daniel H. FOOR

[161]

20 Sep 1839 - 7 Jan 1927

Father: Henry Henrich FOOR
Mother: Caroline EBERT

Family 1 : Margaret Victoria LINN
  1. +Henry Edward FOOR
  2. +John Franklin FOOR
  3. +Daniel Webster FOOR
  4. +Cora Alice FOOR
  5. +Elmer Wilson FOOR
  6. +Herbert Leroy FOOR
  7.  Gertrude Lewella FOOR
  8. +Effie Idella FOOR
  9. +Grover Cleveland FOOR
  10.  Perlie FOOR
  11.  Earlie FOOR
  12. +Ella M. FOOR
  13. +Edith M. FOOR

                       _John Fuhr Foor FUHRER _+
 _Henry Henrich FOOR _|
|                     |_Julianna ______________
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|--Daniel H. FOOR 
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|                      _Daniel EBERT __________
|_Caroline EBERT _____|
                      |_Eve Margaret __________

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[161] BIRTH: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881,
Bloom Township, Fairfield Co OH", Fairfield Co Gen Society, 1994, p 28
parents are listed as "Henrich and Caroline FISHR". His name is listed as
Daniel FISHR. I am sure this is Daniel FUHR because of the parents names as
well as already knowing he was born Sep 1839, and this Daniel FISHR was born
20 Sep 1839

BAPTISMAL: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881,
Bloom Township, Fairfield Co OH", Fairfield Co Gen Society, 1994, p 28.
Sponsors, Daniel RUNKEL and wife.


CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co OH p 243, 1675/1675
Henry FOOR 42y, farmer, b PA
Caroline 32y
Mary 16y
George 14y
Marie 12y (Could this be the "Sary" found in bap. records?
Daniel 10y
----ania? 8y
Susan 6y
Margaret 4y
Lorie 3y (Lavina?)
John 1y

CENSUS: 1860 Bloom/Fairfield Co OH, p 151, 236/229
Henry FOOR 54y b PA, farmer
Caroline 44y b PA
Daniel 20 b OH, farming
Hannah 18 b OH
Margaret E. 16 b OH
Lavina L. 14 b OH
John C. 12 b OH
Catherine E 9 b OH
Florentine 8 b OH
Minerva I. or J. 7 b OH
Lora E. 4 b OH
Eliza H. 6/12 OH
Eve. M. ALSPAUGH b PA (age either 51 or 81)

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 257
FOOR, Henry 63y infirm b PA
", Caroline, 53y keeping house b PA
", Emma, 12y attending school b OH
", Eliza H., 11y attending school b OH
", Daniel, 29y farm laborer b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 23
FOOR, Daniel H., 39y farmer, can't read/write, b OH; parents b PA
", Margaret V., 27y wife keeping house, can't read/write b OH; parents b VA
", Henry E., 9y son b OH
", John F., 8y son b OH
", Daniel W., 6y son b OH
", Cora A., 4y dau b OH
", Elmer W., 2y son b OH
", Herbe L., 6/12 born in January, son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 9a, enumerated 13th of June, visitation 187/195
FOOR, Daniel b Sept 1839, 60y b OH, parents b OH, mar 30y, fruit grower
", Margaret V., wife b Jun 1852, 47y b OH, Fa b PA, ma b VA, had 12 ch, 11 living
", Webster, son b Jul 1874, 25y b OH, teamster
", Herbert L., son b Jan 1880, 20y, day labor
", Gertrude, dau b Mar 1882, 18y b OH
", Effie, dau b Jun 1884, 15y b OH, at school
", Grover, son b Aug 1886, 13y b OH, at school
", Ella M., dau b Jan 1891?, 9y b OH
", Edith M., dau b Jul 1894, 5y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 164
FOOR, Daniel, head, 70y b OH, parents b PA, laborer, mar 40y
", Margaret, wife, 58y b OH, had 12 ch 9 living, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Edith M., dau 15y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Plain Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 296, SH 1A. Noe Road.
FOOR, Grover C., head, 32y b O H, parents b OH, farmer, own farm
", Elizabeth M., wife 28y b OH, parents b OH
", Gertrude L., dau 8y b OH
", Clarence, son 3 5/12 b OH
", Bertha, dau 5/12 b OH
", Daniel, father 80y widow b OH, parents b PA

LOCATION: 1924 - listed as a surviving brother, Daniel of Canal Winchester, in John's August obit.

LOCATION: 1926 - listed as the one surviving brother "Daniel, of Groveport", in sister El[i]za Foor Bookman's January 1926 obituary.

DOD: May have died 07 Jan 1927 in Licking Co., OH. Found a "Daniel Foor" with that info, V 5254, Certificate #3840, in "Ohio Death Certificate Index", Ohio Historical Society online.

OBIT: Daniel Foor, son of Henry and Caroline Foor, was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, on Sept. 20, 1839, and departed this life at the home of his son, G. C. Foor of Jersey Twp., Licking County, Ohio, on January 7, 1927. He was one of a family of fourteen children, all of whom have departed this life, except one sister who resides in Kansas. On Novemeber 13, 1870, he united in marriage with Marguerite Victoria Linn, who departed this life in 1913. To this union were born 12 children, five daughters: Mrs. Cora Alice Haynes, Mrs. Effie Idella Cochenour, Mrs. Edith Marie Layman, Mrs. Ella May Patrick, and Gerty Lewella Foor. Mrs. Patrick and Gerty having passed on. Seven sons: H. Edward, John F., D. Webster, Herb L., Elmer W., G. Cleveland and Perlie. H. Edward and Perlie having passed on. In early manhood he united with the Reformed Church, later transferring by letter to the United Brethren Church. He leaves to mourn his departure, besides the aboev named, thirty five grandchildren. Uncle Dan, as he was generally known, was a staunch friend and a good neighbor. Buried Jan. 9th in Lithopolis. [Obit sent by Rich Stretton, 2007]

Death certificate image. Daniel Foor, Jersey Twp., Licking Co., Ohio, Jan. 7, 1927, aged 88y 3m 17d, widow, farmer, born Sept. 2 (no year shown) in Ohio to Joseph Foor b OH and unknown mother. Informant was G. C. Foor of Pataskala. Buried Jan. 9 in Lithopolis Cem.

POBurial: Daniel H. Foor, 1839-1927, buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 243, grave 4. Next of kin Margaret V. Foor, wife; Gertie L. and Perlie, dau./Edward, son. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 212.

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Joyce Zelma FOOR

[18039]

8 Jul 1936 - ____

Father: Melvin Emerson FOOR
Mother: Nellie Violet HETHERINGTON

Family 1 : Delano Vincent BRUBAKER

                               _Minor Ervin FOOR ____+
 _Melvin Emerson FOOR ________|
|                             |_Sarah Ellen HARTMAN _
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|--Joyce Zelma FOOR 
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|                              ______________________
|_Nellie Violet HETHERINGTON _|
                              |______________________

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[18039] NAME/DOB/DOM: From the FTM website of Joseph and Sheri LAUBER of Lee's Summit, MO., Nov., 2001. Site last updated in Oct. 2000 and email address listed on page invalid.

2007 - listed as a surviving daughter and son-in-law, Joyce and Delano Brubaker of Midland in mother's August 2007 obit.

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Kathryn Delores FOOR

[1672]

12 Aug 1934 - ____

Father: Albert James FOOR
Mother: Hazel O. FOOR

Family 1 : Mervin J. BECKER

                      _Henry Sylvester FOOR ____+
 _Albert James FOOR _|
|                    |_Gertrude Alice FOOR _____+
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|--Kathryn Delores FOOR 
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|                     _Benjamin Butler F. FOOR _+
|_Hazel O. FOOR _____|
                     |_Rose A. PECK ____________+

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[1672] NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 30.
MIDDLE NAME: From wedding article.

"Miss Kathryn Foor Weds Mervin Baker" (Name is spelled either Baker or Becker throughout article). In a wedding ceremony at Winchester, VA, Saturday, Oct. 25, Miss Kathryn Delores Foor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Foor of Everett, Rt. 3, was united in marriage to Mervin J. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Becker of Hooversville. The Rev. Paul J. Dick, pastor of the Brethren Church of Winchester, officiated. The bride wore a dark blue dress with matching accessories. The couple was unattended. The bride is employed at the sewing factory in Everett while the groom is employed at the Nehi Bottling Co. of Bedford. The couple will reside at the home of the bride's parents." [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Oct. 28, 1952]

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Margaret Mary FOOR

[18941]

20 Dec 1917 - 21 Dec 2001

Father: Rosell Lucius FOOR
Mother: Velma Pearl BRYSON

Family 1 : Darrell G. MILLER
  1.  Rodger MILLER
  2.  Kevin MILLER
  3.  Karin MILLER

                       _Lucius Erastus FOOR _+
 _Rosell Lucius FOOR _|
|                     |_Mary Ann SMITH ______+
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|--Margaret Mary FOOR 
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|                      ______________________
|_Velma Pearl BRYSON _|
                      |______________________

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[18941] CENSUS: 1920 Logan Twp., Blair Co., PA; sheet 6A
FOOR, Rosell L., head, 27y b PA, parents b PA [pullman?] railroad
", Velma C., wife 24y b PA
", Margaret M., dau 2 ?/12 b PA

CENSUS: 1930 Altoona, Bedford Co., PA; ED 7-27 SH 6A; Bell Avenue.
FOOR, Rosell L., head, owns home worth $2800, 37y b PA, parents b PA, mar.
first at age 21, patrolman, PA railroad
", Velma, wife, 35y b PA, parents b PA, mar. at 21y
", Margaret M., dau 12y b PA
ANDREWS, John E., nephew, 23y single b PA, parents b PA, assistant post
officer, PA Railroad

IMPORTANT: I found the following obituary. Since then, I've merged the info of the individual below with that of the "Margaret M. Foor" born about 1917 as figured from 1920 and 1930 census. It is NOT confirmed that this is the right Margaret.

DOB/DOD: SSDI - name listed as Margaret F. Miller (F. is probably for Foor). Last known address shown as Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA. Issued a card in PA.

BOSTON GLOBE: Tuesday, December 25, 2001

Margaret Mary (Foor) Miller of Dedham, a retired nurse, died Friday at the Charlwell Nursing Home in Norwood after a lengthy illness. She was 84.

Born in Altoona, Pa., Mrs. Miller was a graduate of Altoona High School and Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She resided in Dedham for 50 years.

Mrs. Miller served in the Navy during World War II in a Naval Surgical Unit in Southhampton, England.

Mrs. Miller worked as a registered nurse for the Dedham School Department for 30 years before she retired in 1995. She also was a nurse instructor at Norwood Hospital and worked part time at the West Roxbury Manor Nursing Home for 30 years.

Mrs. Miller was a member of the Welcome Wagon serving Dedham, Westwood and Dover. She was also a member of the Women's Society at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Dedham and served for many years on the Oakdale School Dance Committee.

She is survived by her husband, Darrell G.; two sons, Rodger of Salt Lake City and Kevin of Dedham; a daughter, Karin Taylor of Walpole; and five grandchildren.


A funeral service was held yesterday at St. John's United Methodist Church, Dedham.

Burial was in Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton.

Arrangements by Folsom Funeral Service, Dedham.

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Margaretta Betty FOOR

[2705]

11 Apr 1925 - 26 Nov 1997

Father: William Richard FOOR
Mother: Florence Helen DUPRAW

Family 1 : Robert M. EVANS Sr.
  1.  Robert Morris EVANS Jr
  2.  Carolyn Florence EVANS
  3.  Thomas Mark EVANS
  4.  Nancy Lynn EVANS
Family 2 : Henry David SAWATSKI

                          _Edward James FOOR _+
 _William Richard FOOR __|
|                        |_Minnie TRUMBLE ____+
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|--Margaretta Betty FOOR 
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|                         _William DUPRAW ____
|_Florence Helen DUPRAW _|
                         |_Delina GAGNON _____

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[2705] CENSUS: 1930 Saginaw city, Saginaw Co., MI, sheet 24A; ed 73-55
FOOR, William, head, owns home worth $1700, owns a radio set, doesn't live on
a farm, 25y b MI, married at 19y, fa b OH, ma b NY, house painter
", Florence, wife 22y b MI, married at 17y, fa b MI, ma b Canada
", Margaretta dau 4 10/12 b MI
", William R., son 2 2/12 b MI
DUPRAW, Clarence, brother-in-law 51y b MI, married, mar. at 28y, fa b MI, ma
b Canada, commercial ??, hosiery

OBIT: Saginaw News, Nov. 29, 1997, D7.

Evans, Mrs. Margaretta Betty, Bridgeport, Michigan.

Passed away Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at her home. Age 72 years. Margaretta Betty Foor was born April 11, 1925, in Saginaw, living in the Bridgeport area most of her life. She married Robert M. Evans, Sr., on July 7, 1949. He predeceased her March 31, 1997 after 48 years of marriage. She was also predeceased by her daughter, Nancy Lynn King, on May 22, 1991. Margaretta was a member of Washington Avenue Presbyterian Church. Surviving are two sons and one daughter, Robert M. Jr. and Mary Jane Evans, Rosebush, Mich.; Thomas and Joy Evans, Freeland, Mich.; Carolyn and Wayne Obertein, Bridgeport; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one brother, Albert Foor, Mt. Pleasant; her step-mother, Ida Foor, Farwell, Mich.; many nieces and nephews.
Also surviving are two lifelong friends, Lucille Nab and Lorraine Suhan, both
of Saginaw and her very special neighbors, Helen and Harold Bentley,
Bridgeport. She was predeceased by her parents, William and Florence Foor; by a grandson, Robert M. III; and by two brothers, William and Donald Foor. Funeral service will take place 11:00 a.m. Monday, December 1, 1997, at Washington Avenue Presbyterian Church. Rev. Kenneth Kaibel will officiate with burial in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the Case Funeral Chapel, 5700 Dixie Highway, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday and then at the church on Monday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider Washington Avenue Presbyterian Church.

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Samuel H. FOOR

[3099]

7 May 1848 - 21 Aug 1925

Father: Abraham T. FOOR
Mother: Lucinda LEIGHTON

Family 1 : Sarah M. BUNTING
  1. +Alice FOOR
  2. +Laura Ann FOOR
  3.  Milford FOOR
  4.  Carrey FOOR
  5. +Meda FOOR
  6. +Albert Herbert S. FOOR

                     _Richard FOOR _+
 _Abraham T. FOOR __|
|                   |_Susan THRUSH _
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|--Samuel H. FOOR 
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|                    _______________
|_Lucinda LEIGHTON _|
                    |_______________

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[3099] NAME/dob: Carolyn Obertein, 3496 Catterfield, Saginaw, MI 48601 (8/1998)

FULL DATES: "Case Families of Ogden Twp., Lenawee Co., MI" at the World Connect Project at Rootsweb, submitted by Janis W. Reister.

POBurial: From Fulton Co., GenWeb's webmaster who sent the info via email from a cemetery inscription book.

1845-1891 who m James FORD is the same Mary.

CENSUS: 1860 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 336
FOOR, Abram F. Jr. 40y blacksmith b PA
", Lucinda 42y b PA
", Pascal? 17y laborer b PA
", Elizabeth 15y b PA
", Samuel 12y b PA
", Richard 9y b PA
", Mary 7y b PA
", Rachal 5y b PA
BARTON, Eliza 21y laborer b PA

CENSUS: 1870 Ogden Twp., Lenawee Co., MI, p 389
FOOR, Samuel, 22y farm laborer b PA, can't read or write
", Sarah 20y keeping house b MI
", Alice, 1y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; visitation 220, p 56
FOOR, Samuel 31y born in May, farmer b PA, can't read or write, parents b PA
", Sarah M., 31y b Oct., wife, keeping house b MI, parents b England
", Alice, 11y b June, dau b MI
", Laura 8y b Nov., dau b MI
", Milford, 3y b Jan, son b OH

LOCATION: 1890 - Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH - name listed as Samuel Foor, private in Co. E, 25th OVI from Sep. 5, 1864 to July 13, 1865, serving 10m 10d. Post office: Metamora, Ohio. Disability incurred: Piles. 1890 Veterans Schedules [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. Special Schedules of the Eleventh Census (1890) Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War.

CENSUS: 1900 Metamora, Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; SD 8, ED 1, SH 12B, farmer
FOOR, Samuel b May 1848, 52y b PA, parents b PA, mar 34y
", M. Sarah, wife b Sep 1848, 51y b MI, parents b England, had {?} ch, 3 living
", Albert, son b Apr 1886, 14y b OH, at school

CENSUS: 1910 Ogden Twp., Lenawee Co., MI; SD 2, ED 71, SH 8A
FOOR, Sam, 61y married 45y b PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Sarah M., wife, had 6 ch 2 living, b MI, fa b Eng., ma b NJ

CENSUS: 1920 Ogden Twp., Lenawee Co., MI; SD 2, ED 80, SH 2B
FOOR, Samuel 71y b PA, parents b PA; farmer
", Sarah, wife 71y b MI, fa b England, ma b NJ

The Metamora Record

Thursday, August 27, 1925

Samuel H. Foor Buried Tuesday

Samuel H. Foor was born in Bedford County, PA, May 7, 1848 and moved from there to Ohio in 1863. In 1864 he answered Lincoln's call for volunteers and enlisted in the 25th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in which he served until the close of the war. During his service he saw many of the strenuous campaigns of the war and took part on much action. He was honorable discharged at the close of the war and returned to this community where he married Sarah M. Bunting in 1867. To this union was born six children four girls and two boys. Three girls and one boy have preceded their father to the great beyond and he is survived by his daughter Mrs. Meta Buck of Metamora and his son Albert Foor of Sylvania, Ohio. He was a member of a family of five children, one brother and two sisters passed beyond and is survived by one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Mercer of Metamora and a brother, Richard Foor of Stoney Ridge, Ohio. Beside these he leaves to mourn him sixteen grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. He died at his home near Metamora August 21, 1926 aged 77 years, 3 months and 14 days. He was a well known and much respected citizen of this community and will be mourned by a host of friends. His well known figure will be missed from the ranks of the veterans of the G.A.R. on Memorial day, during which services he has always served as color bearer. In 1914 he became a member of the congregational church and has earnestly and steadily followed its teachings. A steady, respectable honest citizen has gone from us, one of the salt of the earth, one of whom we can scarcely spare but whose life we can well exemplify.

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FUHR

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Family 1 : MASTEN
  1.  Carl P. FUHR

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George FUHR

[18204]

ABT 1876 - AFT 15 Apr 1910

Family 1 : Clara B.
  1.  William H. FUHR
  2.  Edith V. FUHR
  3.  George H. FUHR

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|--George FUHR 
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|   __
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[18204] CENSUS: 1910 Easton, Northhampton Co., PA, visitation 74
FUHR, George, head, 34y b PA, parents b Germany, laborer at [horse?] shelter
", Clara B., wife 28y mar 11y had 3 ch 3 living b PA, parents b PA
", William H., son 9y b PA
", Edith V., dau 6y b PA
", George H., son 7/12? b PA

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Elias Milton GLICK

[5210]

15 May 1835 - 16 Apr 1911

Father: Jesse GLICK
Mother: Polly GLICK


                _Solomon GLICK _______+
 _Jesse GLICK _|
|              |_Mary Polly SPANGLER _+
|
|--Elias Milton GLICK 
|
|               _Henry GLICK _________+
|_Polly GLICK _|
               |_Eva SWANDER _________+

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[5210] 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 26. Sponsors: Henrich and Margaret Glick.


CENSUS: 1900 Henry Twp., Wood CO., OH; ED 143 SH 20A p 152
GLICK, Elias M., head, b May 1835 OH, parents b OH, 65y widow; fruit merchant
", Harrie T. or J., son b Jan/Jun 1860, 39y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 8y, theatrical manager
", Lela dau-in-law b May 1868, 32y b IL, parents b unknown, had 0 ch
FREESE, Sadie, boarder b Mar 1891, 9y b OH, parents b OH, at school
STOCKSTILL, Jessie, granddaughter b Jan 1882, 18y b OH, parents b OH, at sch.
", Sadie, granddaughter b Apr 1886, 14y b OH, at school

CENSUS: 1910 North Baltimore, Wood Co., OH; ed 188, visitation 251
GLICK, Elias M., 74y b OH
SLY, Jessie M. 26y granddaughter b OH
", Lulu V., 6y great granddaughter b OH

Next residence has a Harry P., Glick age 50y and wife Lela.

Death certificate image. Elias Milton Glick, North Balitmore, Wood Co., Ohio, died April 16, 1911, aged 75y 11m 13d. Widower. Merchant. Born May 4, 1835 in Ohio to Jesserus Glick b PA and unknown mother. Informant was Harry Glick of Rock Creek, Ohio. Buried in Mapplewood Cem., April 19.

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Ron HATHAWAY

[28410]

____ - ____

Father: Richard HATHAWAY
Mother: Nellie M. FOOR


                     __________________
 _Richard HATHAWAY _|
|                   |__________________
|
|--Ron HATHAWAY 
|
|                    _Clinton B. FOOR _+
|_Nellie M. FOOR ___|
                    |_Marie OTTO ______

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[28410] NAME: Listed as a surviving brother, Ron Hathaway of Decater, Alabama, in brother Richard's May 2007 obituary.

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George HUBER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Magdalena
  1.  Susanna HUBER
  2.  Heinrich Simon HUBER

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|--George HUBER 
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Amos T. KELLER

[9729]

15 May 1846 - 22 Aug 1919

Family 1 : Agnes ALSPACH

    __
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|--Amos T. KELLER 
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[9729] DOM/POM: Names listed as Amos T. Keller and Aganes Alspaugh. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V III, 1852-1868, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2006.

CENSUS: 1870 Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 465/478
KELLER, Amos T., 24y works on [?] shop, b OH
", Agnes, 27y keeping house b OH
", Francis M., 4y female b OH
", George W., 3y b OH
", Mary E., 1?y b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Baltimore, Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 177C
KELLER, Amos, 34y b OH, parents b OH, building factory
", Agnes, 37y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Frances, 14y dau at home b OH
", Ellen, 11y dau at home b OH
", Ettie, 8y dau b OH
", Sireno?, 4y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Baltimore, Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 15 Sh 3B
HELLER, Amos, head, b May 1848, 52y b OH, parents b Germany, lumber dealer
", Agness, wife b May 1844, 56y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 35y, had 5 ch 4
living
", Sarena W., son b Sep 1875, 24y single b OH, planing mill hand
RADEBAUGH, Frances, dau b April 1867, 33y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 0 ch
0 living

CENSUS: 1910 Baltimore, Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 71 Sh 1A p 160
KELLER, Amos, head, 63y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 4y, married twice, retail lumber dealer
", Anna, wife 53y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 0 ch 0 living

Death certificate image. Amos T. Keller died Aug. 22, 1919, Baltimore, Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 73y 3m 7d of acute indigestion. Lumberman. Born May 15, 1846 in OH to Fredrick Keller b OH and Fannie Thomen b OH. Informant was Sereno? Keller of Baltimore. Buried Maple Grove Cem. Aug. 25.

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Clifford W. KIFER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Alberta R. TEETERS

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|--Clifford W. KIFER 
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Clarence KRANER

[26495]

4 Nov 1873 - 6 Jan 1956

Family 1 : Elsie J. BURNSIDE

    __
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|--Clarence KRANER 
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[26495] DOM/POM: Ohio Marriages 1800-1958, familysearch.org, text (no image). Elsie J. Burnside and Clarence Kraner, married 16 March 1898 Franklin Co., OH.

CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 73 SH 7B, precinct E, 1543 Oak St.
KRANER, Clarence E., head, b Nov 1873, 26y b OH, parents b PA, married 2y, car repairer
", Elsie J., wife b July 1877, 22y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 2y, had 0 ch 0 living


DOD/POBurial: Clarence E. Kraner, 11/04/1873 - 01/06/1956, father Nathan L. Kraner. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2010, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio.

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Bertha Lillie KRUMM

[25097]

17 Apr 1887 - 17 Jan 1979

Father: William KRUMM
Mother: Mary Jane ANDERS

Family 1 : Ernest E. HANDSHEY
  1.  Hubert E. HANDSHEY

                     _Johann Christian KRUMM _________+
 _William KRUMM ____|
|                   |_Mary Frederica Dorothea DOSS ___+
|
|--Bertha Lillie KRUMM 
|
|                    _Heinrich Frederic Lewis ANDERS _+
|_Mary Jane ANDERS _|
                    |_Fredericka Sophia Maria SNIDER _

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[25097] NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/PARENTAGE: "Davids German Reformed Church, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, 1839-1900", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1994, p 32. Name listed as Bertha Lillie Krumm. Parents listed as Wm. Krumm and wf. Mary Anders. Sponsors were parents.

CENSUS: 1900 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 22 SH 11A p 327
CRUMB, William, head, b Oct 1849, 50y b OH, mar. 29y, parents b Germany
", Mary, wife b Nov 1864, 35y b OH, had 5 ch 5 living, parents b Germany
", Bertha, dau b Apr 1889, 11y b OH
", Willie, son b Dec 1890, 9y b OH
", Erl, son b May 1892, 8y b O H
", Mabel, dau b Dec 1894, 5y b OH
", Clarence, son b May 1898, 2y b OH

OBIT: Columbus Dispatch, Date Thursday, January 18, 1979; Page 11 B - Bertha L. Handshey, age 91, Pickerington, Ohio, suddenly Wednesday at the residence. Member of David Lutheran Church. Survived by husband, Ernest E. Handshey; daughters, Mrs. Maxine Wyckoff, Pickerington, Mrs Joseph (Vera Lily) Kellenbarger, Columbus; sons, Hubert E. Handshey, Lithopolis, T. Bud Handshey, Columbus; 7 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; sister Mrs. Mabel Young, Columbus; brother William Krumm, Groveport; nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2-4 am 7-9 p.m. Friday DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, Rev. Fred Klopfer officiating. Interment Violet Cemetery. Friends who wish may contribute to the Violet Township Fire Dept.

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Earl LECRONE

[23038]

ABT 1905 - AFT Jan 1920

Father: Charles Benson LECRONE
Mother: Olive B. DRUMM


                           _Michael Silvius LECKRONE _
 _Charles Benson LECRONE _|
|                         |_Jane Hammond PARROTT _____
|
|--Earl LECRONE 
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|                          ___________________________
|_Olive B. DRUMM _________|
                          |___________________________

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[23038] CENSUS: 1910 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 19 SH 8B
LECRONE, Charles, head, 40y b OH, parents b in U.S., rural mail carrier,
married twice
", Olive B., wife 25y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 8y, had 4 ch 4
living
", Famah, dau 7y b OH
", Earl, son 5y b OH
", Doris, dau 3y b OH
", Frances, dau 1 6/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; Washington
Street, ED 17 SH 5B
LECRONE, Charles B., head, 51y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH; mail carrier, rural
route
", Olive B., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH
", Fama M. M. dau 16y b OH
", Earl C., son 15y b OH
", Dorris E., dau 13y b OH
", Frances B., dau 11y b OH
", Alice R., dau 8y b OH
", Charles D., son 7y b OH
", Lawrence E., son 5y b OH
", Fearn O., dau 3 ?/12 b OH
", Robert R., son 11/12 b OH
", Jane, mother 82y widow b OH, parents b England

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Solomon LEHMAN

[8931]

ABT 1858 - AFT Jun 1880

Father: Jacob Christ LEHMAN
Mother: Effa DILDINE

Family 1 : Caroline ZANGMEISTER
  1.  Albert H. LEHMAN
  2.  Effie Maud LEHMAN
  3.  David LEHMAN

                        __
 _Jacob Christ LEHMAN _|
|                      |__
|
|--Solomon LEHMAN 
|
|                       __
|_Effa DILDINE ________|
                       |__

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[8931] "Across the street from the Elkhorn, however, stands a house whose occupants are well remembered since they were very active in the Village life. When I first remember it, it was the residence of Jacob Lehman. He was a shoemaker, who came to the Village from Middletown, or Oregon, when the hope of that site growing was given up. He was a public spirited man, as were his boys. Can I recall all their names? There were Andrew, George W., Elisha, Perry and Solomon. There were three daughters. These men were so active in the affairs of the Village that they deserve a chapter for themselves. But we must be content with brief sketches. Andrew was a farmer, and did not live in the Village at any time. George W., of course named in honor of the father of our country, was a blacksmith, and intensely interested in political affairs. About his forge gathered many of those likewise interested.... Perry Lehman was the hardware merchant for his lifetime. He was first a partner of Reuben Blackwood, and then of George Wiser. This firm was as widely known as the Village itself. Elisha and Solomon did not spend all their years in the home village, but were there so frequently as to be considered a part.", "THE VILLAGE. MEMORIES OF LITHOPOLIS", John Bartram Kramer, August 1936, p 28.

CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; visitation 221/34
LEHMAN, Jacob 39y farmer b PA
", Effa, 37y wife b OH
", Andreas 20y farmer b OH
", Geo. W. 18y farmer b OH
", Lucinda 16y b OH
", Elisha 14y b OH
", Margaret 12y b OH
", Perry 10y b OH
", Solomon 8y b OH
", Olive 5y b OH
", Mary 2/12 b OH
", Magdalena 60y b PA

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - 11/12.
LEHMAN, Jacob 49y shoemaker b PA
", Effa 47y b OH, keeping house
", Elisha 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Perry 16y b OH, farm laborer
", Margaret 14y b OH, helps mother
", Solomon 12y b OH, farm laborer
", Olive 10y b OH, attending school
", Emma 6y b OH, attending school
RINEHART, David 66y "Jour Shoemaker" b PA.

DOM/POM: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township,
Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 58.

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis precinct, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 3, vis 22
LEHMAN, Solomon, 23y blacksmith b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Caroline, 22y wife keeping house b OH; parents b Germany
", Effa, 6/12 born in January, dau b OH

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Walter Henry LEISTRITZ

[11857]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Lisa Ann FOOR

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|--Walter Henry LEISTRITZ 
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|   __
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[11857] NAME: Ancestry World Tree submission, www.ancestry.com.

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Thressa P. LYTLE

[22905]

27 Sep 1916 - 8 Jun 1994

Father: Charles M. LYTLE
Mother: Hazel FOOR

Family 1 : Claude CORNWELL

                     ________________________
 _Charles M. LYTLE _|
|                   |________________________
|
|--Thressa P. LYTLE 
|
|                    _Alfred Bradley FOOR ___+
|_Hazel FOOR _______|
                    |_Gertrude M. FOGELSONG _

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[22905] CENSUS: 1930 Manton, Wexford, MI, ED 20 Sh 11A p 230
LYTLE, Hazel V., head, rents home for $5/month, married, 35y b MI, fa b PA,
ma b MI, first married at age 19
", Nelda B., dau 15y b MI, parents b MI
", Theresa P., dau 13y b MI, parents b MI
", Mable C., dau 12y b MI, parents b MI
BECHTEL, Irwin R., boarder, 44y widow b MI, fa b Canada, ma b MI, laborer,
road contractor
", Francis, boarder, 16y male b MI, parents b MI, laborer

DOB/POB/DOD/POD: from gedcom submitted Feb. 2004 to ancestry.com by Nancy Littrell.

Hazel and husband had the following children according to Kevin D. Gardner of
Round Rock, TX, via Nov. 2001 email: Wilma Leila who m Philip Arthur GARDNER
in Detroit, MI; Jessie who m/1 Ray WOODFORD, and m/2 ___ HUHN, Nelda who m
Gerald HANNA; Thressa; Mabel who m ___ BORTON.

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Dennis Lee MAILLETTE

[21643]

20 Aug 1952 - ____

Family 1 : Jane Margaret FOOR
  1. +Dennis Lee MAILLETTE Jr
  2.  Leann Nicole MAILLETTE

    __
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|  |__
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|--Dennis Lee MAILLETTE 
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|   __
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[21643] DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.

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Elmer R. MAY

[16842]

14 Jan 1869 - 19 May 1923

Father: Ruben MAY
Mother: Eliza Jane PONTIUS


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 _Ruben MAY __________|
|                     |__________________
|
|--Elmer R. MAY 
|
|                      _Andrew PONTIUS __
|_Eliza Jane PONTIUS _|
                      |_Mary Ann BETZER _+

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[16842] CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 150/154
MAY, Ruben, 31y farm laborer b OH
", Eliza J., 27y keeping house b OH
", Charley R., 6y attending school b OH
", Ella B., 4y at home b OH
', Elmer R., 1y at home b OH
SWANDER, Leah, 27y domestic servant b OH
BAUGHMAN, Frederick, 19y farm laborer b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Green Twp., Ross Co., OH; p 40
MAY, Rueben, 40y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b Canada
", Eliza F., 37y wife keeping house b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Charles R., 16y son at school b OH, parents b OH
", Elmer R., 11y b OH, parents b OH
", Jennie? Annie?, 8y dau b OH
", Minnie S., 5y b OH

Death certificate 41440 image. Elmer R. May, Kingston, Ross Co., OH; May 19, 1923, aged 54y 4m 5d, married, born Jan. 14, 1869 in Ohio to Ruben May b OH and Jane Pontious b OH. Informant was Emma May of Kingston. Mail Carrier. Buried Mt. Pleasant Cem., May 21.

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Mary E. MCPHERSON

[15615]

23 Aug 1858 - 7 Apr 1928

Father: Nathan P. MCPHERSON
Mother: Lydia C. ROLLER

Family 1 : John F. WILL

                        _Daniel MCPHERSON __
 _Nathan P. MCPHERSON _|
|                      |_Elizabeth PLUMMER _+
|
|--Mary E. MCPHERSON 
|
|                       _Benjamin ROLLER ___+
|_Lydia C. ROLLER _____|
                       |_Mary LANE _________+

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[15615] CENSUS: 1860 Lockville,Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 189/181
McPHERSON, Nathan P. 30y day laborer b OH
", Lydia 23y b OH
", Delila [J.?] 3y b OH
", Mary E., 2y b OH
", Louiza M., 3/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 268/275
MCPHERSON, Nathan, 40y huckster b OH
", Liddia, 33y keeping house b OH
", Mary E., 12y attending school b OH
", Koss, 9y attending school b OH
", Samantha P., 7y attending school b OH
", Clara E., 2/12 at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 5
McPHERSON, Nathan P., 50y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Lydda C., 43y wife keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", MAry E., 22y dau works by week, b OH
", Ross H. W. 18y son works on farm b OH
", Catharine S., 17y dau at home b OH
", Emma B. C. 10y dau at home b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 36 SH 1B
WILL, John F., head, b Oct 1857, 42y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 5y, no occupation shown
", Mary E., wife b Aug 1860, 39y b OH, parents b OH

Death certificate image. Mary E. Will of Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, died April 7, 1928 aged 69y 7m 14d, widow of John Will. Died of pulmonary tuberculosis. Born Aug. 23, 1858 in Carroll, Ohio, to Nathan McPherson b Tiffin, Ohio and Lida Roller b OH. Informant was Mrs. Emma Soliday. Buried Union Grove Cem., April 10.

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Lydia MEINHART

[10042]

27 Apr 1823 - 14 Dec 1903

Father: Philip MEINHART
Mother: Christina FENSTERMACHER

Family 1 : Alexander BRUNER

                            ______________________________
 _Philip MEINHART _________|
|                          |______________________________
|
|--Lydia MEINHART 
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|                           _Johann George FENSTERMACHER _
|_Christina FENSTERMACHER _|
                           |_Elizabeth HARTER ____________

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[10042] NAME/DOB/DOBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 9. Parents listed are Phillip and Christina Meinhart. Sponsors: Johannes and Saloma Deibart.

CENSUS: 1850 Linn Co., IA, p 47
BRUNNER?, Alexander, 32y farmer b Germany
", Lydia, 27y b OH
", Christiana, 2y b OH
", Phillip, 7y b OH
", Anett? E., 7/12 b OH
MINEHART, Philip, 60y b PA, farmer
", John, 16y farmer b OH

DOD/POBurial: WPA 1930's Graves Registration Survey; Iowa, online.

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John P. MORRIS

[16158]

17 Sep 1880 - 29 Jul 1942

Father: John P. MORRIS
Mother: Louisa Ann MCPHERSON


                         ______________________
 _John P. MORRIS _______|
|                       |______________________
|
|--John P. MORRIS 
|
|                        _Nathan P. MCPHERSON _+
|_Louisa Ann MCPHERSON _|
                        |_Lydia C. ROLLER _____+

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[16158] DOB/POB: Fairfield County, Ohio birth images. John P. Morris born Sept. 17, 1880 in Greencastle precinct of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio to J. P. Morris and Louisa McPherson of same.


CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 5 SH 14B
MORRIS, Louisa, head, b Feb 1860, 40y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2
living
", John P., son b Sep 1880, 19y b OH, parents b OH
", Zena, dau b Jan 1893, 7y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 73
SALES, John S., head, 49y, married twice, b IN, fa b PA, ma b OH, sells..[?]
", Louisa A., wife, 52y, married twice, mar 8y, had 2 ch 2 living, b OH, parents b OH
MORRIS, John P., step son, 28y single b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer

1918 - draft registration form. John Morris of route 2 Carroll, Ohio, age 38, born Sept. 10, 1880, medium height and build, brown eyes, dark hair, laborer for Jacob Benson of route 2 Carroll, Ohio. Nearest relative is Louise Morris, mother, of route 2 Carroll, Ohio. Signed with an "X".
Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.

CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 6 SH 7A
SALES, Louisa A., head, 59y widow b OH, parents b OH
MORRIS, John P., son 39y single b OH, parents b OH; farm laborer

Death certificate image. John Pl Morris of the Fairfield County Home died in Lancaster Hospital, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, July 29, 1942, aged 61y 10m 8d, coronary thrombosis. Laborer. Single. Born Sept. 17, 1880 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to John P. Morris b unknown and Louisa McPherson b unknown. Informant was the County Home. Buried Betzer Cem., July 31.

NOTE: There is no listing for this John Morris in the "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996 books. My guess is he was probably buried there but no stone was erected. My GUESS is, due to the year of his death, if he was buried here he was buried in the newer portion, a.k.a. New Betzer Cem.

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Tom PITNEY

[28258]

ABT 1875 - AFT Jun 1910

Family 1 : Velma CAMPBELL

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[28258] CENSUS: 1910 Moniteau twp., Randolph Co., MO; ED 138 SH 6B
PITNEY, Tommie, head, 35y b MO, parents b MO, farmer
", Velma F., wife 16y b MO, parents b MO, both married once, mar. 1y, had 1 ch 1 living
", Loreta, dau 1/12? b MO, parents b MO

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Abraham PLUMMER

[8267]

____ - ABT 1826

Family 1 : Susannah BRIGHT
  1.  Abraham PLUMMER
  2. +Henry PLUMMER
  3.  Isaac PLUMMER
Family 2 :
  1. +George PLUMMER
  2. +Nathan P. PLUMMER
  3. +Elizabeth PLUMMER
  4.  Alice PLUMMER
  5. +Lucy PLUMMER

    __
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|  |__
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|--Abraham PLUMMER 
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|   __
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[8267] CENSUS: 1820 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 212 line 31
PLUMMER, Abraham. Males: 2 under 10, one 10-16, and one over 45. Females, two 16-26, and one over 45.

CENSUS:

Partion records of 1826 list his widow as Susannah, children as George; Nathan; Allis, wife of William Ward; Lucy, wife of Thomas Fishpaw; Elizabeth, wife of Daniel McPherson; and minors Abraham, Henry and Isaac Plummer, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 7.

Partition records of 1847 lists his widow as Susannah, and the heirs as George, Nathan, Abraham Plummer, Louisa, wife of Thomas Fishpaw; Alice, wife of William Ward; Isaac Plummer; Elizabeth McPherson, a widow; Susannah, the child of Henry Plummer, deceased. Henry's widow was Phoebe who married Samuel Crawford of Hancock county, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 43.

Case #394 is the estate of Abraham Plummer, filed in 1824. Says he owned land in section 12, township 14, range 20, and in section 31, township 15, range 20. Administrators were Susannah Plummer and William H. Tong. John A. Collins became guardian of minor heirs -- Abraham, Henry and Isaac Plummer, "Fairfield County Wills and Estate Abstracts, Cases 1-500", Fairfield County Gen. Society, April 1996, 42.

THE FOLLOWING IS FROM JOHN C. HAMLER, Columbus, Ohio, via email in October 2009:

"Abraham Plummer was born about 1764 in Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, and died about 1824 in Bloom, Fairfield, Ohio. His father was George H Plummer who was born about 1738, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's, Maryland, and died about 1777 in Frederick, Frederick, Maryland. His mother was Hannah Webb, who was born about 1742. Unfortunately, that is all I have on her.

Abraham married Mary Swomley on 26 Feb 1784 in Frederick, Frederick. Maryland, per genealogytrails.com/mary/frederick/marr17841785.html. She died about 1807 in Fairfield, Ohio. Her father was Johannes Swomley who was born about 1725 in Palatinate, Germany, and died about 1810 in New Market, Frederick, Maryland. Her mother was Anna Margaretha Becker, who was born about 1730, in Pennsylvania, and died 29 Nov 1800 in New Market, Frederick, Maryland.

From the union of Abraham Plummer and Mary Swomley, were born Nathan P. abt 1797, George abt 1798, Alice abt 1800, Louisa Lucy abt 1801, Elizabeth abt 1806, and Abraham abt 1807. (The birth dates are only estimates). Mary Swomley died about 1807 in Fairfield, Ohio. So she may have died while giving birth to Abraham.

Abraham then married Susan Bright about 1810 in Fairfield, Ohio. She was born about 1783 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent, Delaware, and died about 1847 in Ohio. Her father was Abraham Bright, who was born about 1740 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent, Delaware, and died Nov 1805, in Bloom, Fairfield, Ohio. Her mother was Sarah Major, who was born about 1744 in Mispillion Hundred, Kent, Delaware, and died about 1790 in Bloom, Fairfield, Ohio.

From the union of Abraham Plummer and Sarah Bright, were born Isaac abt 1815, Henry abt 1818 and Mary abt 1820.

Abraham Plummer died about 1824 in Bloom, Fairfield, Ohio."

He said his sources were from familysearch.org, rootsweb.com, and a dozen or so lineages posted at ancestry.com

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Vera Frances RAY

[2947]

13 Sep 1924 - 23 Jul 1952

Family 1 : Herbert Lowell FOOR
  1.  Kenneth Wayne FOOR
  2. +Gayle Irene FOOR

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[2947] Listed as "Frances Foor", a sister that preceded Marta Pearl GEHRES in death. Marta died at 92 in Van Wert, Ohio, on Sept. 5, 2003. Parents listed as the late Harry and Fanny L. (SMITH) RAY. Marta was born in St. Mary's Twp., Adams Co., IN. [The Times Bulletin, Van Wert, Ohio]

"Election Made - In the estate of Vera Foor the husband was elected to take the real estate at the appraised value", [Van Wert Times Bulletin, Van Wert, OH, Dec. 21, 1954]

OBIT: Mrs. Herbert Foor. Willshire. Mrs. Herbert Foor, 27, of Willshire, died in Adams memorial Hospital, Decatur, Ind. Mrs. Foor was active in 4-H club work, a member of the Pythian Sisters and Willshire Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband; two children, Kenneth and Gayle, at home, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. harry Ray of near Willshire; two brothers, Glenn Ray of Muncie, Ind., and Robert E. Ray of El Paso, Tx., and five sisters, Mrs. C. H. Snow of Spart, O., Miss Jean Ray of Greeley, Colo., Mrs. C. W. Crabtree of Mt. Sterling, KY., Mrs. Durward Gehres of Pleasant Mills, IN., and Mrs. John Spitler of Willshire. Funeral services in charge of the Zwick funeral home will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Willshire Methodist church. Burial will be in the Willshire cemetery. [Lima News, Lima, Ohio, July 25, 1952]

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Leroy "Roy" REDD

[13886]

Jul 1887 - 19 Jan 1966

Father: Amon L. REDD
Mother: Josephine Rosille GORMAN

Family 1 : Ella B. YOUNG
  1.  William K. REDD

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 _Amon L. REDD _____________|
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[13886] DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Greenfield Township, Fairfield Co., Ohio", Fairfield County Gen. Society, 1988, p 67. Name shown as LeRoy Redd, years only.

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 419/443
REDD, Amon L., head, b Mar 1853, 45y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN, farm laborer
", Rosille, wife b Aug 18--, 40?y b OH, fab France, ma b OH, had 8 ch 8
living; mar 25? y.
", Winfield, son b Oct 1880 19y b OH, farm laborer
", John F., son b Oct 1883 16y b OH, farm laborer
", Roy, son b July? 1887?, 15? y b OH, at school
", George, son b Oct 1890 9y b OH, at school
", Burley, son b Sep 1895 4y b OH
", Virgil, son b Oct 1897 2y b OH
NOTE: This family appears to be living at same residence as that of William
and Sarah JACOBS, who had no children. Relationship to this family, if any,
is unknown.

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 52 div 91
HUMMELL, Edmund R. 28 b OH, mar 1y, parents b OH, lawyer
", Cora M. 27 wife b OH, had 0 ch 0 living, parents b OH
", Rosa A. 57 mother b OH, had 2 ch 2 living, widowed, fa b NJ, ma b PA
MCINAY, Ella 22 servant b OH, parents b OH
REDD, Roy 22 servant b OH, fa b IN, ma b OH. Farm Laborer
GILBERT, Margaret E., servant 50 b OH, parents b unknown

CENSUS: 1920 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 162/165
YOUNG, Rachel, head, 56y widow b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
REDD, Roy, son-in-law 32y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, ele-- fl--t.
", Ella, dau 27y b OH, parents b OH
", William K., grandson 3 11/12 b OH, parents b OH

DOD/POD: Leroy Redd, white male, resided Fairfield Co., Ohio, died Jan. 19, 1966 at Lancaster-Fairfield Hosp., Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, age 77, 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.

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Ella REINIER

[20975]

Nov 1868 - AFT Jun 1930

Father: James Withrow Pottenger REINIER
Mother: Elizabeth A. FOOR

Family 1 : William L. SHAFER
  1.  Fern B. SHAFFER
  2.  Della M. SHAFFER
  3. +John L. SHAFFER
  4. +Glenn William SHAFFER

                                    ______________________
 _James Withrow Pottenger REINIER _|
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|--Ella REINIER 
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|                                   _Leonard J. FOOR Rev._+
|_Elizabeth A. FOOR _______________|
                                   |_Nancy _______________

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[20975] CENSUS: 1880 Jackson Twp., Keokuk Co., IA, p 24D, ED 161
REINIER, James, 36y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, no occupation listed
", Elizabeth, wife, keeping house, b PA, fa b PA, ma b VA?, can't read or
write
", Sarah, 14y dau at school b IA
", Ella 13y dau at school b IA
", Ida 10y dau at school b IA
", Anna 6y dau b IA
", Mary 3y dau b IA


CENSUS: 1900 Sigourney Twp., Keokuk Co., IA; ED 50 SH 23B
SHAVER, William L., head, b Nov 1861, 38y b IA, fa b OH, ma b Canada, farmer,
married 8 years
", Ellen, wife b Nov 1868, 31y b IA, fa b OH, ma b PA, had 3 ch 3 living
", Fern B., dau b Oct 1893, 6y b IA
", Della M., dau b Feb 1895, 5y b IA
", John, son b Apr 1899, 1y b IA

CENSUS: 1910 Polk twp., Jefferson Co., IA; ED 54 Sh 15A p 251
SHAFFER, Ella, head, 40y widow b IA, fa b OH, ma b PA, had 4 ch 4 living, general housework
", Fern, dau 16y b IA, parents b IA
", Della, dau 15y b IA
", John, son 11y b IA
", Glenn, son 4y b IA

CENSUS: 1920 Sigourney Twp., Keokuk Co., IA; ED 58 SH 17B ward 3
SHAFER, Ella N., head, 50y widow b IA, fa b OH, ma b PA, laundress, own home
", John L., son 20y b IA, parents b IA, lineman, electric light co.
", William G., son 14y b IA, parents b IA, laborer laundry work at home

CENSUS: 1925 Sigourney, Keokuk Co., IA
SHAFFER, Ella N., head, 55y widow b IA, owns home free of mortgage worth $900 and insured for $2000, highest grade of education was 6th, parents were married in Keokuk Co., IA and were James Reinier b OH and Elizabeth A. Foor b PA. Religion listed as M. E.
", Glenn W., son 20y single b IA highest grade of education was 7th grade, parents were married in Ottumwa, IA and were Wm. L. Shaffer b IA and Ella Reinier b IA, age 55. Religion listed as Baptist

CENSUS: 1930 Sigourney, Sigourney Twp., Keokuk Co., IA; ED 22 Sh 1B
SHAFER, Ella, head, owns home worth $2500, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 60y widow b IA, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Glen, son 25y married b IA, parents b IA, married first at age 21
", Jennie, dau-in-law, 25y b IA, fa b IA, ma b Germany, married first at 21
", Billy, grandson 2 11/12 b IA


Groom's Name William Shafer
Groom's Birth Date 1861
Groom's Birthplace Iowa Co, Ia
Groom's Age 30
Bride's Name Ella Reinier
Bride's Birth Date 1868
Bride's Birthplace Keokuk Co
Bride's Age 23
Marriage Date 24 Dec 1891
Marriage Place Ottumwa, Wapello, Iowa
Groom's Father's Name Wm. Shafer
Groom's Mother's Name Mary Shaff
Bride's Father's Name James Reinier
Bride's Mother's Name Elizabeth Foor
Groom's Race White
Groom's Marital Status
Groom's Previous Wife's Name
Bride's Race White
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Corinne Renee ROBINSON

[14100]

24 Oct 1964 - ____

Family 1 : Gary R. FOOR Jr
  1.  Anthony James FOOR
  2.  Alyssa Janea FOOR

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[14100] POB/DOB: From Anthony Foor via December 2000 email.

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Edward B. ROLLER Md

[6234]

1 Aug 1878 - 15 Jun 1968

Father: Elijah Plotner ROLLER
Mother: Margaret J. BEATTY

Family 1 : Ruth O. COURTRIGHT

                          _Thomas R. ROLLER _+
 _Elijah Plotner ROLLER _|
|                        |_Anna PLOTNER _____+
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|_Margaret J. BEATTY ____|
                         |_Hannah DEWITT ____

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[6234] NAME/DOB/POB/Parentage: "History of Fairfield County and Representative Citizens", Charles C. Miller, 1912, p 636.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 303, states he was born in Lithopolis. NOK listed are Edith Smith, niece; William, Russell ROLLER, nephews.

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle precinct, Fairfield Co., OH; p 26
ROLLER, Elijah P., 39y farmer b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Margaret J., 38y wife keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", Carie M., 17y dau at home b OH
", John W., 14y son works on farm b OH
", Thomas H., 12y son works on farm b OH
", Charles, 9y son at home b OH
", George E., 5y son b OH
", Edward B., 1y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13A
ROLLER, Elija, head, b Jun 1840, 59y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Margaret, wife b Aug 1841, 58y b OH, parents b PA, mar. 37y, had 7 ch 6
living
", George, son b May 1875, 25y b OH, parents b OH, school teacher
", Edward, son b Aug 1878, 21y b OH, parents b OH, school teacher

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 61
ROLLER, Edward B., 31y, mar 3y, b OH, parents b OH, physician
", Ruth O., 26y, had 0 ch 0 living, b OH, parents b OH

LOCATION: 1928 - listed as Edward of Lithopolis in father's Feb. 1928 obituary.

CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 2B
ROLLER, Edward B., head, owns home worth $3370, owns a radio set, doesn't reside on a farm, 51y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 27, doctor of medicine, physician.
", Ruth O., wife 46y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 23

CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 23-6
ROLLER, Edward, head, 61y b OH, college 4y, medical doctor, private practice, worked 60 hours last week, worked 52 weeks in 1939.
", Ruth, wife 56y b OH, both reside same home they did in April 1935, 8th grade education.

LOCATION: 1947 - listed in sister Carrie (ROLLER) PEER's September obituary
as one of three surviving brothers -- Thomas Roller and Charles Roller of
Greencastle, and Dr. E. B. Roller of Lithopolis.

Publication: Wagnalls Newsletter
Author: Riegel, Jo.
Abstract: The home of Dr. E. B. Roller was adjacent to the original building of the Wagnalls Memorial, and his property was willed to the Memorial at his death. Included is a description of his garden in Lithopolis.
Subjects: Roller, Edward B., 1878-1968
Wagnalls Memorial (Lithopolis, Ohio)
Date: 01 May 1995

Death: 19 Jun 1968, age 89. Dr. Edward B. Roller, Lithopolis, Ohio, died Saturday at Mercy Hospital, in Columbus. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth, in 1955. Survived by nieces and nephews. He was a graduate of Starling Medical College and has been an active and prominent physician for 63 years. A member of the Presbyterian Church and Lithopolis Lodge 169 F&AM, and past master of the same; Walnut Chapter 172 F&AM, Lancaster Counsel 88 R&SM; Lancaster Commandry 2 KT, Scioto Valley Consistory, 32nd degree Aladdin Temple, The Fairfield Medical Society, a member of the staff of both Mercy and Grant Hospital, Tri County Kiwanis, a past patron of Reeber Chapter 161. He was a generous contributor to many churches. The casket will not be open. Friends will be received after 3 p.m. Sunday until noon, Monday at Kistler Brothers Funeral Home, Lithopolis. Service will be held at 2 p.m., weather permitting, under the pagoda at Dr. Roller's late home. Otherwise it will be held in the funeral home with Rev. Richard Ellsworth officiating. Interment in the local mausoleum. In lieu of flowers relatives suggest that contributions be made to Aladdin Crippled Children's Fund, 34 N. Fourth St., Columbus, Ohio
19 Jun 1968; Columbus Dispatch

[Marion Star, Marion, Ohio, April 18, 1968, p 21]
INVALID DOCTOR BEATEN, ROBBED IN HIS OFFICE
Lancaster, Ohio (AP) - an 89 year old doctor who works from a wheelchair was
beaten and robbed in his office in nearby Lithopolis Wednesday. The
Fairfield County Sheriff's Office reported that two Columbus men were
arrested later in connection with the case. The physician, Dr. Edward B.
Roller, was reported in fair condition Wednesday night at Mercy Hospital in
Columbus. He suffered several cuts and bruises. The doctor works from a
wheelchair because of a leg amputation. (Another newspaper article states Fred A. Grambo was on parole from the Ohio Penn).

[Marion Star, Marion Ohio, July 31, 1968, p 29]
Lancaster, Ohio (AP) - Extra deputies have been added to the work force at
the Fairfield County Jail to thwart any jail break attempt by two men charged
with murder. Sheriff Jack Blazer told newsmen Monday that his offis is
concerned with the possibility of an attempted break involving Fred Grambo
and William Gallagher, both of Columbus. The pair are charged with
first-degree murder in the slaying of Lithopolis physician Dr. Edward Roller
last April 14th

1969 - Columbus - The body of Denny R. Charles, 38, Columbus, has been recovered from the Scioto River after being spotted about 100 feet from shore by the sister of a friend. A search of the river continued for Charles' companion, Fred A. Grambo Jr., also of Columbus. Both men were last seen on Feb. 16. Grambo's sister, Mary Grambo Gallagher, found her brothers jacket on a boat dock at the river bank and then saw a body in the water. Charles' body was stuck in the mud in the river. An autopsy was to be performed to determine the cause of death. Both have intensive police records, including burglary arrests. Grambo was to have appeared in Municipal Court Friday on suspicious person and traffic charges. [Times Recorder, Zanesville, Feb. 23, 1969]

1971 - Prison Player takes "time out". Columbus (AP), The manager of the Ohio Penitentiary softball team abandoned his charges during a weekend game at Columbus State Hospital and disappeared. The escaped prisoner is Fred Grambo, 54, serving a life term for the 1968 beating death of a Lithopolis physician. Officials said he slipped away between checks bya guard assigned to watch the team. Grambo and William Gallager, 38, pleased guilty in Fairfield County Common Please Court to second-degree murder in the death of Dr. Edward Roller, 89, during a robbery. [Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, June 14, 1971]

NOTE: Fred Grambo, age 32, was believed to be the ringleader of the "Samson" safecrackers; was arrested for 22 felony counts. He pleaded not guilty in January 1950 [Lima News, Lima, Ohio, Jan. 31, 1950] In a later article it says he was involved in many Ohio burglaries which involved cracking the touchest of safes, and he was sentenced to serve from three to 45 years. [Lima News, Lima, Ohio, April 27, 1950]

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Virginia Lee SAYLOR

____ - ____

Family 1 : John James EVANCHESKY
  1.  Jeremy Andrew EVANCHESKY
  2.  John James EVANCHESKY

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Barbara Lou SCHULTZ

[31264]

ABT 1939 - ____

Father: Charlie Edwin SCHULTZ
Mother: Helen Marie LINDSEY


                          _Charles G. SHULTZ _
 _Charlie Edwin SCHULTZ _|
|                        |_Fannie R. SNYDER __+
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|--Barbara Lou SCHULTZ 
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|_Helen Marie LINDSEY ___|
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[31264] CENSUS: 1940 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7 Sh 14A
SCHULTZ, Edwin C., head, 31y b OH, resides same house as he did in April
1935, farmer
", Helen M., wife 32y b OH, both attended 4 years of high school, resided in
rural Fairfield Co., Ohio in April 1935
", Nancy Ann, dau 3y b OH
", Barbara Lou, dau 10/12 b OH

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SCHWEITZER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Irene A. LEHMAN

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Helen Margaret SMITH

[1123]

13 Dec 1917 - ____

Family 1 : Ellis Jasper FOOR
  1. +Charles Chalmer FOOR
  2. +Ellis Morrell FOOR
  3. +Norman Jack FOOR
  4.  Delores M. FOOR
  5.  Barbara Lee FOOR
  6.  Margaret Jane "Peggy" FOOR
  7. +Darl Eugene FOOR
  8.  Myles Nelson FOOR
  9.  Vicki Ann FOOR

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[1123] FOOR BOOK, p 16

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Naomi Elizabeth SOLLENBERGER

[879]

27 Aug 1920 - 25 Jul 2012

Family 1 : James Clifford FOOR
  1. +Gary Wayne FOOR
  2.  Gloria Dawn FOOR
  3. +Gregory James FOOR

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[879] NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 9. "Elizabeth Sollenberger".

DOB/NAME: "Naomi Eliz. Sollenberger" from information submitted to Rootsweb by Jesse F. Davis, jespa@lcworkshop.com

LOCATION: 1945 -"An oyster supper was held Thursday evening at the home of
Chester Foor in honor of the birthdays of Arthur Foor and wife. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCune and daughter, Naomi Sollenberger and Alverta
Kegarise". [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, Jan. 26, 1954].

Naomi E. Foor
Aug. 27, 1920 - July 25, 2012

July 27, 2012
The Altoona Mirror

Naomi E. Foor, 91, The Village at Morrisons Cove, formerly of Curryville, died Wednesday. She was born in Williamsburg, daughter of Emory and Mary Elizabeth (Dilling) Sollenberger. She married the late J. Clifford Foor. Surviving are three children: Gloria D. Julius, Gary W. and Gregory J.; seven grandchildren; and a sister, Margaret Sell. She was preceded in death by a brother, E. Cletus Sollenberger; and a grandson. Friends will be received from 5 to 8 p.m. today at John C. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., Martinsburg. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 28, 2012, at Curryville Church of the Brethren.

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Barbara J. SPONSLER

[2385]

____ - ____

Father: Fredrick Milford SPONSLER
Mother: Helen Louise FOOR

Family 1 : Samuel D. MILLER
  1.  Carolyn Jean MILLER

                              ______________________________
 _Fredrick Milford SPONSLER _|
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|--Barbara J. SPONSLER 
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|                             _Murray Elmer FOOR ___________+
|_Helen Louise FOOR _________|
                             |_Estella Helen. "Stella" MAY _+

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[2385] NAME: from Carolyn Carroll, 816 N. Spring Street, Everett, PA, 15537-1035
carroll@bedford.net 8/97

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John Harrison STANSBERRY

[17680]

Dec 1859 - AFT Jun 1910

Father: John Hooker STANSBERRY
Mother: Mary J. HARRISON


                           _William STANSBERRY _
 _John Hooker STANSBERRY _|
|                         |_ HOOKER ____________
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|--John Harrison STANSBERRY 
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|                          _____________________
|_Mary J. HARRISON _______|
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[17680] CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 163/157
STANBURY, John H., 33y farmer b OH
", Mary 26y b OH
", Martha A., 5y b OH
", Mary A., 4y b OH
", Sarah E., 2y b OH
", John H., 6/12 b OH
STRICKENGASS, Susan 42y b OH
STRICKENGAST, Arabel 5y b OH


CENSUS: 1870 Holland Twp., Shelby Co., IL, p 110
STANSBERY, Hooker, 42y farmer b OH, $6400 real estate, $1200 personal estate
", Mae?, 26y keeping house b OH
", Marthy Ann, 15y b OH
", Alice, 13y b OH
", Sarah, 12y b OH
", John F., 10y b OH
", Wm. F. 8y b OH
", Henry E., 7y b OH
", Samuel Hooker, 5y b OH
", Melicia J., 3y b OH
BRAIDY, Geo. W., 14y b IL

CENSUS: 1880 Shelbyville Twp., Shelby Co., IL; p 263A
FAGAN, John, 55y farmer, single, b Ireland, parents b Ireland
", Mary A., 82y mother keeping house b Ireland, parents b Ireland, widow
STASBERRY, John H., 52y farmer b OH, parents b MD
", Mary J., 46y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH
", Harrison, 20y son, works on farm b OH
", William P., 18y son works on farm b OH
", Henry E., 17y son works on farm b OH
", Malissa J., 13y dau b OH

1891 - Harrison Stansberry and Effa Roby m Dec. 9, 1891, Shelby Co., IL [Illinois Statewide Archives]

CENSUS: 1900 Shelbyville, Shelbyville Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 123 SH 16A
STANSBERRY, Harry, head, b Dec 1859, 40y b IL, parents b IL, mar. 9y, carpenter
", Ruby, wife b Dec 1865, 34y b IL, parents b IL, had 1 ch 1 living
", Earl, son b Dec 1891, 8y b IL, parents b IL
", Georgie, dau b Oct 1888, 11y b IL, parents b IL

CENSUS: 1910 Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL; ed 178 Sh 14A
STANSBURY, Harrison, head, 50y b OH, parents b OH, married twice, mar. 19y, house carpenter
", Effie, wife 44y b IL, fa b IN, ma b IL, married once, had 1 ch 1 living
", Earl, son 17y b IL, telegraph operator
", Georgia, dau 21y b IL, servant, private family

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[23253]

28 Aug 1896 - AFT Apr 1930

Family 1 : Elsie V. LANE
  1. +Vera V. SWARTZWELDER
  2. +Cora N. SWARTZWELDER
  3. +Mary E. SWARTZWELDER
  4.  Anna Grace SWARTZWELDER
  5.  Edna Jean SWARTZWELDER
  6. +James Blair SWARTZWELDER
  7. +Ruth E. SWARTZWELDER
  8. +Ada R. SWARTZWELDER
  9. +Harry O. SWARTZWELDER
  10. +Robert E. SWARTZWELDER
  11. +Ora Cleo SWARTZWELDER

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[23253] NAME/DOB/DOM: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 37.

CENSUS: 1920 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 5A p 135
SWARTZWELDER, Harry O., head, [age hard to read] b PA, parents b PA, farm laborer
", Elsie, wife 20y b PA, parents b PA
", Vera, 11/12 b PA

CENSUS: 1930 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 2A p 123
SWARTZWELDER, Harry O. or D., head, 39y b PA, parents b PA, first married at age 29, farmer
", Elsie V., 31y b PA, parents b PA, first married at age 20
", Vera V., dau 11y b PA
", Cora N., dau 9y b PA
", Mary E., dau 7y b PA
", Grace, dau 5y b PA
", Edna J., dau 3y b PA
", J. Blair, son 1y b PA
", Grant, brotehr 18y b PA

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Nancy Ann TALLMAN

[6892]

20 May 1781 - 9 Apr 1826

Family 1 : John HARRISON
  1.  John HARRISON
  2.  Milton HARRISON
  3.  Phoebe HARRISON
  4.  Tallman HARRISON
  5.  Richard HARRISON
Family 2 : George TONG

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[6892] The estate of John HARRISON of Bloom Township was filed in Fairfield Co.,
Ohio in 1814, Case #120. He owned land in Section 32, township 14, range 20.
His widow was Nancy. The executors were William TALLMAN and Samuel TALLMAN.
Minor heirs were sons John and Milton, and daughter Phebe. Their guardian
was George H. TONG and later Jacob Claypool. Another minor son was Tallman
Harrison, whose guardian was George H. TONG. Another son, Richard, had
Richard HOOKER as a guardian. "Fairfield County Wills and Estate Abstracts,
Cases 1-500", Fairfield County Gen. Society, April 1996, p 13.

NAME/DOB/DOD/POB/POD: Info submitted to ancestry.com and the LDS website by numerous people. Info not documented or confirmed.

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George P. TEEGARDEN

[20454]

ABT 1846 - AFT 1 Jun 1860

Father: Ruben TEEGARDEN
Mother: Mary HARDSOCK


                    _Jacob TEEGARDIN _+
 _Ruben TEEGARDEN _|
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[20454] CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 454/465
TEAGARDEN, Jacob 60y farming b PA
", Margaret 58y b PA
", Rueben 33y farming b OH
", Mary 35y b PA
", Sarah R. 10y b OH
", Elias M. 8y b OH
", Esther C. 6y b OH
", George P. 4y b OH
", Augustus 2y b OH
", Nelson 2y b OH
", Jacob 3/12 b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 743/752
TEAGARDEN, Ruben, 42y farmer b OH
", Mary 44y b PA
", Sarah R. 20y b OH
", Elias M. 17y farm labor b OH
", Hester C. 15y b OH
", George P. 14y b OH
", Lewis A. 12y b OH
", Benj. W.? 12y b OH
", Jacob S. 10y b OH
", Margaret 8y b OH
", Mary F. 5y b OH

"George P. Teegardin, b ca 1846, was married and had (children) Charles and Morris; he was executor of his father's will and lived in Kansas." Jones, Jeanette Teegarden,. Ten generations of Teegardens : a genealogy. Palm Springs, Calif.?: unknown, 1972?, p 411.

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Minnie ULMER

[29492]

22 Jan 1851 - 30 Aug 1931

Family 1 : Jacob S. GLICK
  1.  Goldie GLICK

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[29492] CENSUS: 1900 Harrison Twp., Henry Co., OH, sheet 3B
GLICK, Jacob S.?, head b May 1851, 49y b OH, parents b OH, farming
", Minnie, wife b Jan 1851, 49y b OH, parents b Germany, had 4 ch 2 living
", Goldie, dau b Sep 1887, 12y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Harrison Twp., Henry Co., OH; ED 28 SH 9B
GLICK, Jacob, head, 58y b OH, parents b PA, married first at age 25, married
once, own income
", Minnie, wife 59y b OH, parents b Germany, married two or more times, mar.
25y, had 4 ch 2 living

CENSUS: 1920 Harrison Twp., Henry Co., OH; visitation 5/5
GLICK, Jacob S., head, 69y b OH, parents b Germany
", Minnie 69y b OH, parents b Germany

Death certificate image. Mrs. Minnie Glick, Chatfield, Crawford Co., Ohio, died Aug. 30, 1931 aged 80y 7m 8d, fracture surgical neco of right femur, fell from chair on Aug. 11. Widow of Jacob Glick. Born Jan. 22, 1851 in Liberty Twp., Crawford Co., OH to Adam Ulmer b U.S. and Catherine Babler b Germany. Informant was Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman of Chatfield, Ohio. Buried in Henry Co, Ohio Sep. 2.

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Daisy WAGNER

[19260]

ABT Sep 1891 - AFT Jun 1900

Father: Adam Perry WAGNER
Mother: Susie Virginia MILLER


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[19260] CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13B
WAGNER, Adam, head, b Sep 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, mar 20y, farmer
", Susie, wife b July 1863, 36y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Archie, son b July 1883, 16y b OH, farm laborer
", Daisy, dau b Sep 1891, 8y b OH

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WARDELL

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Family 1 : Ida ASHLEY

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Elmer WEIST

[11695]

8 Feb 1921 - 10 Aug 2006

Family 1 : Nellodene M. "Nellie" FOOR
  1. +Dick WEIST
  2. +Carol L. WEIST

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[11695] NAME/DOB/SPOUSE: Provided via email by Ruth Curfman, April 2000, who's aunt had done some FOOR research.

LOCATION: 1955 - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weist and son, Dick, and Miss Kaye College are visiting relatives in New Jersey this week. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, July 13, 1955]

From obituary: Elmer Weist, after his marriage, he helped on his wife's family farm and then worked as a coal miner. In 1959, he began work as a union carpenter, having worked for George Hyman Construction Company in Washington D.C. until he retired in 1985. He enjoyed gardening, fishing and hunting. (Bedford Inquirer - August 18, 2006)

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Thomas WELLS

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Family 1 : Jean FOOR

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Deborah Kay WRIGHT

[11186]

____ - AFT 15 Dec 1998

Family 1 : Marion G. FOOR
  1.  Kimberly FOOR
  2.  Lisa FOOR
  3.  Michael FOOR

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[11186] NAME: From father's 1998 obituary.

Name: Merrill E. WRIGHT; WWII Veteran
Age: 69
Address: Six Mile Run
Date of birth: 1/4/1929
Location born:
Date of death: 12/15/1998
Father: William D. WRIGHT
Mother: Ella (NOEL) WRIGHT
Spouse: Delores J. (FESSLER) WRIGHT, deceased
Surviving children: Merrill D., Larry, Terry, Randy and Ronald WRIGHT,
Deborah FOOR, Linda McFARLAND; 16 grandchildren; 7 gerat grandchildren
Surviving siblings:
Deceased children: Jeff and Karen WRIGHT
Deceased siblings:
Interment: Evans Cemetery, Six Mile Run RR

NOTE: On an internet site, it shows Merrill's name as "Merle Duane Wright", and his wife as "Doris Jean Fessler". Deborah Wright is shown married to a Marion FOOR. No dates on anyone. Info was from Monty G. Compton.

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Amelia C. ZAAYER

[13719]

21 Jul 1869 - 6 Jan 1940

Father: Samuel ZAAYER
Mother: Jane V. VAN HORN


                     _Joseph ZWAYER _+
 _Samuel ZAAYER ____|
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[13719] DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 360. Listed as Amelia C. Zaayer, years only, buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 372, grave 3 (near parents).

DOB/POB: Name listed as Amelica C. Zwayer, born 21 Jul 1869, parents Samuel Zwayer and Jane Vanhorn. Pickaway Co., Ohio, probate births 1864-1875, FHL Batch K513165.

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 99/99
ZWAYER, Samuel 41y farmer b OH
", Jane 31y keeping house b OH
", Alonzo 15y works on farm b OH
", George 11y works on farm b OH
", Emma 10y works on farm b OH
", Virgil H. 8y b OH
", Hannah 6y b OH
", Kate 5y b OH
", William 3y b OH
", Amelia 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 18
ZAAYER, Samuel 50y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Jane E., 43y wife keeping house b OH; fa b OH, ma b PA
", George W., 22y son works on farm b OH
", Emma E., 19y dau works in house b OH
", Virgil H., 17y son at home b OH
", Hannah E., 16y dau at home b OH
", Sarah K., 14y dau at home b OH
", William, 12y son at home b OH
", Amelia C., 10y dau at home b OH
", Ketura, 8y dau at home b OH
", Samuel, 5y son b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 16B, enumerated 22 Jun 1900 by Felix Taes, visitation 360/380
ZAAYER, Samuel, b Dec 1829, 76y b OH, parents b PA, farmer
", Jane, wife b Jun 1836, 63y b MI, father b PA, mother b OH, had 12 ch, 9 living, married 44y
", Amelia, dau b Jul 1869, 30y single b OH, parents b OH
", Samuel M., son b Jan 1875?, 25? b OH, single, parents b OH, farmer

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 43
ZAAYER, Samuel M., 35y b OH, fa b OH, ma b MI, farmer
", Amelia C., 40y sister 40y b OH, fa b OH, ma b MI
", KAte, 44y sister b OH, fa b OH, ma b MI

CENSUS 1920; Lithopolis Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 65/65
ZWAYER, Samuel M., 44 b OH; parents b OH; fruit farmer
", Kate, sister, 54, single b OH
", Amelia C., sister 50 single b OH

Visitation 66/66 is:
ZWAYER, Virgil H., 57 b OH; parents b OH
", Emma, wife, 46 b OH; parents b OH
", Jessie A., son 12 b OH
", Sadie K. dau 16 b OH
", Alberta M., dau 9 b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7 SH 3A
ZAAYER, Samuel M., head, owns a home, owns a radio set, lives on farm, 55y b
OH, fa b OH, ma b MI, farm operator
", Kate, sister, 64y single b OH
", Amelia, sister 60y single b OH

LOCATION: 1937 - listed as a surviving sister, Miss Amelia, in brother William's June obit.

DOD/POD: Name listed as Amelia C. Zaayer, Cert. #2227, "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.

OBIT: Amelia C. Zaayer, 70, Saturday, a.m., at her home, 3 1/2 miles s. e. Canal Winchester. Survived by 1 sister, Kate; 2 brothers, Virgil and S. M. Zaayer. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, 2 p.m. in the Lithopolis M. E. church. Burial in Lithopolis cemetery by George f. Darfus. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 7, 1940, p 6A]

Death certificate image. Amelia C. Zaayer, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Canal Winchester R. F. D. #2, died Jan. 6, 1940, aged 70y 5m 15d, single, born Jan. 21, 1869 in Pickaway Co., Ohio, to Samuel Zaayer b Pickaway Co., Ohio, and Jane Van Horn b Michigan. Informant was Samuel M. Zaayer. Buried Jan. 6 in Lithopolis.

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