__ | |--Catherine | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 380
ALSPACH, Jacob 80y b PA, $3500 real estate, no occupation
", Catherine, 75y b PA, can't read or write
__ | |--Emma M. | |__
1920 - Domestic Discords in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Tipton - prompts Mrs. Tipton to seek relief in the divorce court -- defendant is small storekeeper. An action for divorce and alimony was filed in court Friday afternoon by Mrs. B. F. Tipton against her husband, Benjamin F. Tipton, Sr. She says they were married Jan. 1913 and have not lived together since May 1916. She charges cruelty and gross neglect. She says once before they were married while on their way from church he told her if she would marry him he would give to her his life insurance policy but he never did after they were married and when he collected a payment of $1500 he never gave her a cent, she says. Their domestic troubles started a year after the wedding when he asked her to sign an agreement that each should relinguish claim on the others property. This she repeatedly refused to do. On one of the occasions he told her that the next time he married it would be "for love not money." Plaintiff declares that in order to defeat her claims for alimony he has turned his property over to his son and daughter of a former marriage. She asks that they be made parties defendant to the alimony action and --?quired to set up their claims, if any to the real estate. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, July 24, 1920]
1920 - Temporary Alimony. In the Tipton divorce case, Benjamin Franklin Tipton was ordered in court this morning by Judge Shell to pay his wife, Emma M. Tipton, the son of $50 temporary alimony. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, August 6, 1920]
_Paul ALSPAUGH _+ | |--Cora Ann ALSPAUGH | |_Lovina WEISER _+
NAME/DOB/POB/Parentage: Fairfield County, Ohio, probate reocrds. Child of Paul Alspaugh and Levina Weiser who reside Bloom Twp.
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 10
ALSPAUGH, Paul, 47y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Lovina, 46y wife keeping house b OH; parents b PA
", Maggie E., 23y dau at home b OH
", Levi R., 21y son works on farm b OH
", Alice M., 18y dau at home b OH
", Samuel S., 15y son at home b OH
", Cora A., 9y dau b OH
", Ervin E., 7y son b OH
", Emma E., 3y dau b OH
FITZJEROLD, Morris, 25y works by month b NY; parents b NY
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 151, miracode index only
BEATY, James B., 41y b OH
", Alice, 37y b OH
", Harry A., son 18y b OH
", Clarance B., 14y b OH
", Carl R., 12y b OH
", Doshia B., dau 10y b OH
", Lawrence E., (no date shown) b OH
DOD/DOM: Judith (Evers) Flinn via internet, April 2001, "This info is from her obituary. It indicates that her son and one of her daughter preceded her in death but doesn't indicate their names. It also says that she was 43 years and 15 days old when she died. She was Mr. Bell's first wife. Her wedding and funeral were both conducted at Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal church."
DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Cora A. Bell, 1870-1913. "Cemeteries of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1992, p 70.
Death certificate image. Mrs. Cora Ann Bell died Park St. Hospital in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Oct. 15, 1913, aged 43y 0m 15d, married, died of peritinitis, born Sept. 30, 1870 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Paul Alspaugh b Fairfield Co., Ohio, and Lavina Weiser b same. Informant was C. F. Bell of Lancaster. Buried Oct. 17 in Amanda TWp. Cem.
__ | |--Patricia A. BACE | |__
[T57502] [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Vital Statistics page 10C, April 11, 2003] Marriage License: Bruce A Foor, 39, and Patricia A. Bace, 39.
__ | |--Charles BEARISTEE | |__
[T77438] NOTE: This surname, listed in the marriages (see notes on wife), is probably not valid. I can find no "Bearistee" in 1870 or 1880 in Clay Co., MO or anything similar.
__ | |--Eliza BEATTY | |__
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
DOB/DOD: IOOF Cemetery Inscriptions, Tombaugh, 1991 - as published on the Fulton County, Indiana, Library website. Listed as Eliza Fenstermaker, wife of G., d Aug 28, 1894, at 80y 8m 23d.
CENSUS: 1850 Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 737/737
FENSTAMAKER, George, 38y farmer b Fairfield county, OH
", Eliza, 37y b PA
", William, 15y b Fairfield Co., Ohio, farmer
", John, 8y b FCO
", Sarah A., 5y b FCO
", Allen, 3y b FCO
CENSUS: 1870 Rochester Twp., Fulton Co., IN, p 20.
FENSTEMAKER, Goerge, 51y farmer b OH
", Eliza, 56y keeping house b PA
", Allen, 23y farm laborer b OH
", Lafayette, 17y farm laborer b OH
__ | |--Lloyd Solomon BLAUSER | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Lloyd S. Blauser, 1881-1923. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 39.
CENSUS: 1910 Walnut Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 264 Sh 10A ED 79
BLAUSER, Loyd, head, 28y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 6y, farmer
", Effie, wife 24y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 4 ch 4 living
", Helen, dau 5y b OH
", Evelyn, dau 3y b OH
", Ivan, son 2/12 b OH
", Irene, dau 2/12 b OH
1918 - Sept 1918 Licking Co., Ohio, draft registration card. Name listed as Solomon Lloyd Blauser born Jan 15, 1881, of Pataskala, Licking Co., Ohio, blue eyes, black hair, tall height, slender build, nearest relative is Marie Effie Blauser, wife. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
CENSUS: 1920 Lima Twp., Licking Co., OH; ED 137 SH 3B
BLAUSER, Loyd S., head, 38y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Effie M., wife 34y b OH, parents b Germany
", Helen A., dau 15y b OH
", Eveline, dau 12y b OH
", May S., dau 9y b OH
", Ivan R., son 9y b OH
", Francis E., son 3 3?/12 b OH
DOD: Name listed as Lloyd S. Blauser, died 19 Jul 1923 in Fairfield Co.Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
Death certificate image. Lloyd S. Blauser of Baltimore, Ohio, died in Baltimore, Fairfield Co., Ohio, July 19, 1923 at 42y 6m 4d. Married white male. Farmer. Clive Blauser, informant. Father Solomon Blauser b Ohio and mother Lorna/Lena Roshon b OH. Buried Betzer Cem., July 22, 1923. Born Jan. 15, 1881 in OH.
_Isaac BOGART ___________+ | |--Maria Magdalena BOGART | |_Maria Magdalena LILLEY _
[T16655] "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 8. Birth year shown only. Full baptismal date. Sponsors listed as Christina Riggel. Parents listed as Isaac and Maria Magdalena Bogart. Since birth year isn't shown, this MAY actually be the mother who was baptised.
_Ezra David BROBST _+ | |--Pearl Evaline BROBST | |_Elizabeth WEIDNER _+
DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio, probate birth image. Pearl Evaline Brobst b July 3, 1896 Bloom Twp. to David E. Brobst and Elizabeth A. Weidner of Bloom Twp.
Not shown in 1900 census - mother states she had 4 ch at that time but only 3 living. All others are accounted for and shown in the census, so it appears Pearl was deceased.
__ | |--William BULLOCK | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 3a, taken June 1900, visitation 63/64
BULLOCK, William b Aug 1865? 34y b England, parents b England, married 8y, immigrated 1890, lived in US 9y, naturalized, no occ. listed.
", Merry, wife b Mar? 1866, 34y b England, parents b England, immigrated 1891, lived in US 8y, married 8y, had 7ch, 5 living.
", Ellen, dau b Mar 1892 in MI, at school
", John, son b Aug 1893, 6y b MI, at school
", Albert, son b 1896, 3y b OH
", William [T?], son b Mar 1898, 2y b OH
", Edward A., son b Oct 1899 7/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA; ED 138 SH 9A p 172
BULLOCK, Wiliam, head, 44y b England, parents b England, married two or more times, clergyman, immigrated 1890, mar. 1y
", Carrie B., wife 46y b NJ, parents b NJ, had 7 ch 7 living, married at least twice
", John, son 16y b MI, parents b England
", Albert, son 13y b OH, parents b England
", William J., son 12y b OH, parents b England
", Edward A., son 10y b OH, parents b England
", Mary C., dau 9y b OH, parents b England
", George G., son 7y b KS, parents b England
ELMER, Olive S., step-dau 18y b NJ, parents b NJ
", Irabella W., step-dau 12y b NJ, parents b NJ
", Alvin, step son 7y b NJ " "
", Antho? V., step dau 5y b NJ, " "
The following MAY be the immigration information on this particular William Bullock:
William Bullock, 28y male laborer, of Liverpool, England
Mary Donnelly, 32y female, wife, of same
", Annie, 8y female child, of same
Arrival Date: 22 Nov 1890
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
Destination: United States of America
Ship Name: City of Chester
Port of Arrival: New York
Microfilm Roll: 559
List Number: 1732
Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: New York. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls # 95-580. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
__ | |--Barbara BURNS | |__
NAME: from Cheryl Gerkensmeyer Rogers via Nov. 2007 email. "Daughter of Claude Burns and Eileen Weng".
_Charles B. CALVERT _ | |--Hazel CALVERT | |_Elizabeth OGLE _____
CENSUS: 1910 Lithopolis,Fairfield Co.,OH visitation 32
CALVERT, Charles 41 b OH, mar 15y, fa b [left blank], ma b VA
", Lizzie 37 b OH, had 8? ch 5 living, parents b VA
", Hazel 14 dau b OH
", Elta son 13 b OH
", Golda dau 6 b OH
", Sylvia dau 5 b OH
", Jesse dau 3 b OH
"A number of the relatives and friends of H. B. Calvert, and family, gathered
at their home at Lithopolis Saturday, October 30, and about 12 o'clock the
ladies began to to spread a sumptuous dinner for about 25 guests. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert and daughter, Gustina, Mr. and
Mrs. John Calvert and children, Effie, Jesse and Castle, Frank Calvert and
daughter, Blanche, and son, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Calvert, Ray Calvert,
Mrs. Susan Benjamin, Mrs. Daniel Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Harl Allen, and
daughters, Mabel and Hazel, Mrs. and Mrs. Simon Riffle and daughter Leoto,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calvert and daughters, Hazel, Goldie and Sylvia, and
sons Elta and Jesse. The afternoon was spent in an old time social chat and
music. Misses Effie Hazel and Gustina Calvert furnished music on the organ."
Article from Circleville [Pickaway Co., Ohio] paper (11/11/1909), as shown at
the Pickaway GenWeb site online.
_Wilkison CLARK _+ | |--Elias Ellwood CLARK | |_Mary RUSSELL ___+
POB: Death certificate states he was born in Fairfield Co., OH. He was probably, therefore, born in Bloom Twp. since his parents resided there according to the 1860 census. He would've been born just a couple months after census was taken.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 40/38
CLARK, Wilkinson 24y b OH
", Mary 19y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 56/56
CLARK, Wilkison 34y farm hand b OH
", Mary, 29y b OH, mother of foreign birth
", Elias, 9y b OH
", Joseph 7y b OH
", Herbert, 5y b OH
", Franklin 2y b OH
Death certificate image. Elias Ellwood Clark, Richland Twp., Wyandot Co., Ohio, April 28, 1938, aged 77y 5m 8d, married to Minnie (Hickle) Clark. Born Nov. 20, 1860 in Fairfield Co., Ohio. Farmer. Parents Wilkison Clark b OH and Mary Russell b OH. Informant Mrs. Minnie Clark of Wharton, Ohio. Buried Mt. Zion Bloom on May 1.
_Joseph T. COFFMAN _+ | |--James COFFMAN | |_Charity WIMP ______+
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 247
ALSPACH, Henry, 46y b OH, black smith
", Charity, 28y b OH
", William, 17y farmer b OH
", Caroline, 14y b OH
", Rebecca, 11y b OH
", Caleb, 9y b OH
COFFMAN, Webster, 8y b OH
", James, 7y b OH
ALSPACH, Hannah 7y b OH
", Richard, 5y b OH
", Laura, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Liberty Twp., Licking Co., OH; p 101
ALSPACH, Henry, 52y farmer b OH
", Charity, 39y b OH
", Caroline, 23y b OH
", Rebecca, 21y b OH
", Webster, 18y b OH <-- actually a Coffman
", James W., 16y b OH <--- actually a Coffman
", Hannah, 16y b OH
", Richard, 15y b OH
", Laura, 11y b OH
", Mary, 9y b OH
", Emma, 6y b OH
", Luther, 4y b OH
", Ella, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bennington Twp., Licking Co.,OH; p 20
COFFMAN, James, 28y farmer b OH
", Clara, 24y keeping house b O H
", Winnie, 2y female b O H
", Alice, 1y b OH
"James Coffman was my father and wed Clara Sanger. He died in 1874, with tuberculosis; had three children--Winnie Mae, Avie Alice, and Melville Webster." The Alspach family, 1738-1967 . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. The Alspach family, 1738-1967 : Henry Alspach, 1773-1825, his forefathers, his sons and daughters, and their descendants. Alspach, C.,. Akron, Ohio. C.F. Alspach. 1968, p 55.
__ | |--Mary CROSBY | |__
NAME/DOM/POM: Names listed as Levi K. Slife and Mary Crosby, "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005.
__ | |--Daniel DILDINE | |__
NOTE: 4 children of "Daniel and Susanna" were baptised on 02 Jan 1814. There is another entry, though. The first one before all the children is a "Margareta Diltein" b 24 Sep 1784, baptised the same day. Instead of parents listed, it says "husband Daniel Diltein". Is Margareta another wife of Daniel, and she was baptised the same day as her husband and the children of her husband by a former wife? LATER NOTE: According to huge documentation on the Dildine GenForum site, these four children who are listed as the children of Daniel and Susanna are Daniel and Margaret's. Perhaps "Susanna" is a middle name, or it was incorrectly read from the original records.
DOB/DOD: From GenForum messages., January 2001.
DOM: From Dildine GENFORUM message by Larry L. Dildine in January of 2001. He states that according to Margaret's obituary in the Seneca Advertiser March 21, 1862, they were married when she was 19 and he 22 in PA in June 1803. Daniel's obituary was in the same newspaper for October 3, 1872, giving the same marriage year. They came to Fairfield Co., OH in 1805/1806, and lived in that area when all children were born. They moved to Seneca Co., OH in 1824.
CENSUS: 1820 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH
one male under 10
two males 10-16
one male 16-18
one male 16-26
one male over 45
one female under 10
one female 10-16
one female 26-45
two people engaged in agriculture
__ | |--Andrew DOBBIE | |__
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 347
ANDREW, James 48y merchant b Scotland
", Mary E. 31y b New H.
DOBBIE, Andrew 19y clerk in store b Scotland.
CENSUS: 1870 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; p 204
DOBBIE, Andrew, 63y carpet weaver b Scotland, $500 personal estate
", Isabella, 57y b Scotland
", Andrew, 30y dry goods merchant b Scotland, $5000 personal estate
", ?, 27y female at home b Scotland
", Isabella, 22y school teacher at home b Scotland
", Hugh, 15y errand boy in store b Scotland
", John, 12y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 83 SH 8B
DOBBIE, Andrew, head, b Apr. 1842, 58y b Scotland, parents b Scotland, mar. 15y, dry goods merchant, immigrated 1855, in U.S. for 45y, naturalized
", Harriett, wife b July 1847, 52y b OH, fa b VA, ma b MD
BELLAR, Maude, step-daughter b Nov. 1869, 30y single b OH, parents b OH
SCHAFFEL, Lousie, servant b May 1859, 41y b OH, parents b Germany, single
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; 691 East Broad Street
DOBBIE, Andrew, head, 65y b Scotland, parents b Scotland, married once, mar. 23y, merchant, retail dry goods
", Harriet, wife 53y b OH, fa b VA, ma b MD, married twice, mar. 23y, had 0 ch 0 living (????)
BELLAR, Maud F., step-daughter 32y single b OH, parents b OH
BROWN, Anna, servant, black, 39y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, married twice, mar. 14y, had 3 ch 1 living
1920 - can't find Andrew in census. Found wife and step dau:
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; East Broad Street
DOBBIE, Harriet, head, 64y married b OH, fa b VA, ma b MD
BELLAR, Maude F., step-daughter 42y b OH, parents b OH
NOTE: Andrew lists Maude Bellar as his step-daughter in 1900 census. In that same census his wife is listed as never having children, but married two or more times. Andrew is only listed as being married once. At first glance you would assume that the step daughter is from Harriet's prior marriage. However, in the 1920 census, Maude is listed as a step-daughter to Harriet as well. Something is odd. The 1870 census makes it look like Maud is Harriet's child.
CENSUS: 1870 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; p 342
KNOX, William, 60y blacksmith b VA
", Mary, 69y keeping house b MD
", William, 30y blacksmith b MD
", Thomas, 28y blacksmith b MD
", Mary E., 26y school teacher b MD
BELLER, Harriet, 25y at home b OH
", Maud, 3y b OH
"The history of those men who are prominent in mercantile lines in Columbus would be incomplete without mention of Andrew Dobbie, a well known dry-goods dealer. He was born at Bannockburn, Scotland, in 1840, and his father, a native of the same locality, there reared his family and followed the weaver's trade, continuing in the business up to the time of his death, which occurred in January, 1875. His wife, who bore the maiden name of Isabel Richardson, passed away December 10, 1897.
Reared in the land of hills and heather, Andrew Dobbie assisted his father at the loom in the manufacture of three-ply carpets. The public schools afforded him his educational privileges and his youth was largely a period of earnest and unfaltering toil. He was assistant to his cousin, the Rev. Robert Christy, when he was a weaver of brussels carpets but later he became a prominent and able divine, well known in Columbus and Allegheny, Pennsylvania. The necessity for labor on the part of Mr. Dobbie prevented him from having any but limited educational privileges. He came to America with his parents, the family home being established at Lithopolis, Fairfield county, Ohio, and soon afterward he began husking corn, which he followed through te three months of winter. He next turned his attention to broom-making and afterward entered the dry-goods store of Brossman & Andrews, being employed practically as errand boy. There he continued for five years, working his way steadily upward until the wnter of 1862. He slept in the store, hauled butter and eggs to Columbus, and the brooms which were made by the concern were also brought to the Columbus market. His hours were long for he had to arise at 5 o'clock in the morning and work until 9 at night.
In the winter of 1862 Mr. Dobbie came to Columbus and secured a position with the Osborn-Kessbar Company but remained with that house for only two weeks, on account of an unsatisfactory assignment. He then returned to Brossman & Andrews at his old home. The same year, however, he secured a clerkship with Bain & Sons in Columbus. The firm wished a man to sell to city trade and did not believe Mr. Dobbie competent, so offered him a salary of but five dollars per week. He had been with them only a short time when they raised him to the highest salary they had ever paid, for he had demonstrated his ability not only to do what others had done but to do more.
At the same time Mr. Dobbie was interested with his father in the manufacture of blankets and yarns at the Cheney Mill at Canal Winchester, Ohio, Owing to his father's illness at one time he walked to Canal Winchester, leaving at 8 o'clock Saturdy evening and returning Monday morning so as to be ready for duty when the store opened. His association with Bain & Sons continued until 1867, and after being with that concern for five years he entered the employ of their successors, Gilchrist, Gray dz ompany, the silent partners being Mr. Dobbie and Mr. Sohl. This concern became Gilchrist & Debbie in 1875, and so continued for a few years, after which the business was purchased by Mr. Dobbie, continuing under his own name. In 1902 he removed to his present location at No. 130-132 South High street. He has a large and well selected line of dry goods, and the house shows each year an increase in business marked by a growth of a steady and healthful character. The enterprise has the reputation of being a mot reliable and conservative house, where everything is brought up to a standard of value, the enitre business being conducted along lines that conform to the strictest commercial ethics. The house maintains an unassailable reputation for reliability, and if ever mistakes occur it is known that they will be a matter of speedy and satisfactory adjustment. Mr. Dobbie has always recognized the fact that satisfied customers are the best advertisement and he has studied closely and met the demands of the general public, at all times following principles in his trade relations thai neither seek nor require disguise. He is today one of the oldest and most honored merchants of this city and has been a director in numerous banks and corporations, but he has now retired from those lines. He does all of the buying for his store and is as active as ever in its management, reaching in the office at 7:30 in the morning and remaining until 5:30 in the afternoon. In all of the years of his connection with the business the days of his absence would not aggregate more than a month.
In 1886 Mr. Dobbie was united in marriage to Miss Hattie Knox, of Columbus. They attend the First Presbyterian church and Mr. Dobbie is a generous contributor to its support. During the past quarter of a century he has made biennial trips to Euroe in the interests of his business and has also made them sources of pleasure and information. He is fond of travel and is also noted as a pedestrian. He keeps himself in good physical trim at all times, recognizing the fact that this constitutes the basisof a keen, scintillating brain and alert, enterprising spirit. Over the record of his entire career there falls no shadow of wrong doing or suspicion of evil and on the contrary his example is one worthy of emulation, showing as it does the force of hard work, close application and unfaltering integrity in the acquirement of notable and gratifying success. Columbus numbers him among its most progressive and honored business men, and his sterling qualities are such as to make his friendship prized by all who know him. [Ancestry.com. Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio History, Vol. 2 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1998. Original data: Taylor, William Alexander. History of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio. Vol. 2. Chicago, IL, USA: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909.]
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Andrew Dobbie, 4/27/1839 - 01/05/1925, father Andrew Dobbie. "The Fleshman Files" website, accessed 2009, Green Lawn Cemetery Records, Columbus, Ohio.
NOTE: Cannot find death in Ohio death records.
__ | |--Frederick DOWLER | |__
[T120785] Father put in to show connection to children only.
__ | |--Gladys I. DUVALL | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
DUVALL, George H., head, b May 1869, 31y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 8y, day laborer
", Leuella, wife b oct 1871, 28y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 2 living
", Cecil R., dau b Oct 1892, 7y b OH, at school
", Gladys I., dau b Apr 1896, 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
KUHLWEIN, Herman, head, 27y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Gladys, wife 23y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 11 Sh 4B
KUHLWEIN, Herman L., head, 37y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 25,
", Gladys I., wife 33y b OH, parents b OH, first married ata ge 22
", Lewis G., son 6y b OH
", Ralph H., son 3y b OH
1938 - Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhlwein and son, Lewis, of Walnut township, were
Saturday business visitors in Circleville. [Circleville Herald, Circleville,
Ohio, N.v 7, 1938]
OBIT: Mrs. Herman Kuhlwein. Mrs. Gladys I. Kuhlwein, 76, of 1340 E. Mulberry St., died Thursday, 11:05 a.m., in The Homestead. She was the widow of Herman Kuhlwein and a member of the Lutheran Church of Our Saviour. Surviving are one son, Lewis Kuhlwein, Washington Courthouse; one brother, H. Boyd Duvall, Columbus. Funeral services will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m. at Wise-Theller Funeral Home, Rev. Herbert Veler officiating. Burial in Reber Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at Wise-Theller Funeral Home Sunday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Jan. 12, 1973]
One tombstone with three names. Top of stone says KUHLWEIN. Far left says
Ralph H. 1926-1934. Middle shows Gladys I. 1896-1973. Right shows Herman L.
1892-1961. Image of tombstone shown at Leona Gustafson's website, accessed
1973 - Estate of Gladys I. Kuhlwein. Assets, $44,713. Lewis Kuhlwein, administrator; appraiser, Rex M. Zollinger. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, April 4, 1973]
DOD/POD: Name listed as Gladys I. Kuhlwein, resided in Lancaster, died in Lancaster at a long-term care facility 11 Jan 1973, age 76, 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.
_Paul Joseph ERMOVICK _ | |--Skyler Joseph ERMOVICK | |_Krista Leann MCNEAR __+
[T7515] NAME/DOB: Email with Sandy Perry, February 1999.
__ | |--James B. FLEENOR | |__
NAME/POM: From Monty Kay Dougal via April 2003 email.
__ | |--John FOCKLER | |__
[T21164] NAME: From Don Risbon via January 2001 email. He says that John Fockler was the first husband of Hilda.
_William M. FOOR _+ | |--Elmira FOOR | |_Ortle WOY _______
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 8.
_William Laverne "Pete" FOOR _+ | |--Joyce Elaine FOOR | |_Bonna HUNSINGER _____________
NAME/PARENTAGE: Provided by Ruth Curfman who's aunt had done some FOOR research; email, April 2000.
LOCATION: 1958 - Several local families have returned to their homes after
attending the reunion of the Hunsinger family held at Bair's Picnic Park at
Stony Gap, near Williamsport, PA. Included are: Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Hunsinger, Mrs. William L. FOor and daughter Joyce... [Dominion News,
Morgantown, WV, August 12, 1958]
LOCATION: 1958 - Joyce Elaine Foor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Foor of the Grafton Road, has returned to her home after spending a week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Goodell and family in Kearnesyville. [Dominion News, Morgantown, WV, Aug. 13, 1958]
LOCATION: 1959 - listed as attending the Hunsinger reunion, "Mr. and Mrs.
William Foor and Joyce" [Dominion News, Morgantown, WV, August 19, 1959]
_George B. FOOR _+ | |--Leroy George FOOR | |_Clara SHAFFER __+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 28.
DOB/DOD/POBurial; Ray's Cove Cemetery Inscriptions, posted online at a site maintained by Dusti Sparks, 2002.
CENSUS: 1910 Bedford Co., PA district 9 vis 13
FOOR, George B. 48 b PA
", Clara 40 wife b PA
", Salley B. 20 dau b PA
", Ruie E. 18 dau b PA
", George L. 4 son b PA
CENSUS: 1920 Everett Road, East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA vis 68/69
taken January 1920
FOOR, George B. 58 b PA; parents b PA - saw mill laborer
", Clara C. wife 50 b PA, parents b PA
", Leroy G. son 14 b PA
CENSUS: 1930 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, page 5A
FOOR, Leroy, head, owns home, resides on farm, 24y b PA, parents b PA, married at 19y, farmer
", Nora, wife 21y b PA, parents b PA, married at 16y
", Betty L.., dau 4y b PA
", Nellie M., dau 4/12 b PA
", Clara, mother, 58y widow b PA, parents b PA
LOCATION: 1933 - "Nora Foor vs Leroy Foor. On motion of Robert Madore, Esq., J. Colvin Wright, Esq., appointed Master in Divorce", [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, May 12, 1933]
_Martin Seth FOOR ____+ | |--Mary Jane FOOR | |_Elsie Mae WHITFIELD _+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 36
DOB: From Sondra (Foor) DeAnthony in October 2001 email.
MIDDLE NAME: From Hazel Barton Brambley via Jan. 2002 email.
CENSUS: 1920 Breezewood Road, East. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH taken January 1920
FOOR, Seth 36 b PA; parents b PA - farmer.
", Elsie M. 29 wife b PA; parents b PA
", Viola E. dau 6 b PA
", Mary dau 4 b PA
", Walter L. son 2 b PA
", Carrie L. 3/12? b PA
CENSUS: 1930 North Pine Street, Logan Twp., Blair Co., PA; ED 17-66 SH 3B
FOOR, Martin S., head, owns home, 46y b PA, parents b PA, married first at
age 24 or 29?
", Elsie M., wife 39y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 22
", Viola E., dau 17y b PA
", Mary J., dau 14y b PA
", Martin L., son 12y b PA
", Carrie L., dau 10y b PA
_Fredrick Vincent FOOR _+ | |--Ricky Vincent FOOR | |_Norma J. MILLER _______+
NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1964, p 13.
Ricky Vincent Foor of Clearville, PA, was issued a vehicle salesperson license in Sept., 1985 (#MV075012L). It was last renewed in 1985, and expired in 1987. The employer listed was Dale Karns Auto Sales in Everett, PA. [Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs, online database].
Ricky V. Foor
June 23, 1955 - Dec. 31, 2012
January 3, 2013
The Altoona Mirror
Ricky V. Foor, 57, Everett, died Monday. He was born in Everett, son of the late Fredrick Vincent Foor and Norma Jean (Miller) Klahre. He was raised and is survived by father Ray Klahre of Clearville. Also surviving are his former wife, Brenda (Snyder); their two daughters: Kecia L. and Holly N., both of Everett; two granddaughters; and four sisters: Vicki Stiffler, Pam Watkins, Penny Kipp and Lisa Miller. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today at Akers Funeral Home, Everett, and 1 until the 2 p.m. funeral service Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at Clear Creek Brethren in Christ Church, Everett.
_Jerry Lynn FOOR _+ | |--Wendy FOOR | |_Janet ___________
[T29376] NAME/LOCATION: from step grandfather's obituary in May 2001; of California
__ | |--James FORD | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: Amboy Twp., Cemetery Inscriptions sent to me by head of Fulton Co., OH GenWeb site via November 2000 email. Years only.
CENSUS: 1880 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; visitation 223/227
FORD, James 37y b Apr., farmer b PA, parents b PA
", Mary 26y wife b Apr., keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", Nelley, 11/12 b Jan, dau, b OH
LOCATION: 1890 - Amboy Twp., Bedford Co., PA - name listed as James Ford, served as Private in Co. A, 67th OVI from March 7, 1864 to Dec. 7, 1865, serving 9m 0d. Post office: Metamora, Ohio. No disabilities listed. 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.
_William FORE _____+ | |--Samuel Joseph T. FORE | |_Mary Ann KITCHEN _
CENSUS: 1880 Spring Creek Twp., Phelps Co., MO; p 394A
FORE, William 46y b KY, farmer, fa b VA, ma b NC
", Mary A., wife 37y b MO, keeping house, parents b KY
", James, son 21y b MO, works on farm, parents b KY
", Christopher, son 12y b MO, at home, fa b KY, ma b MO
", Martha E., dau 10y b MO, at home, fa b KY, ma b MO
", Marion F., son 8y b MO, fa b KY, ma b MO
", Sarah J., dau 6y b MO, fa b KY, ma b MO
", Samuel J. T., son 3y b MO, fa b KY, ma b MO
", Amos D., 3/12 b MO, fa b KY, ma b MO
CENSUS: 1900 Spring Creek Twp., Phelps Co., MO; ED 109 SH 1B
FORE, WIlliam, b July 1834, 65y b KY, fa b VA, ma b NC, mar. 33y, farmer
", Mary A., wife b April 1842, 58y b MO, parents b KY
", Marrion F., son b Dec 1871, 28y b MO, farm laborer
", Sarah F., dau b Oct 1875, 24y b MO
", Joseph T. or J., son b Dec 1876, 23y b MO, farm laborer
", David A., son b Feb 1880, 20y b MO, farm laborer
All ch. shown as 'single'.
__ | |-- FORRESTER | |__
NAME: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not
_Earl Chapeus FRIDLEY _+ | |--Dale E. FRIDLEY | |_Lola EDGERTON ________
NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/DOD/POB/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 217.
CENSUS: 1910 Danton Twp., Richland Co., ND, p 187 SH 8A ED 183
FRIDLEY, Earl, head, 30y b Missouri, married once, mar 10/12, parents b
", Lola, wife 21y b IA, fa b IL, ma b IA, married once, had 1 ch 1 living
APLEY, Ed., lodger 44y single b IN, fa b NY, ma b OH, farmer
FRIDLEY, Dale, son [4/12?] b ND, fa b MO, ma b IA
CENSUS: 1920 Ponroy Twp., Kanabec Co., IL; p 263 SH 6A ED 52
FRIDLEY, Earl C., head, 40y b IL, fa b IL, ma b U.S.
", Lola H., wife 31y b IA, fa b IL, ma b IA
", Dale E., son 13y b ND
", Fern E., dau 9y b ND
", Ruth E., dau 8y b ND
CENSUS: 1930 Hinckley Twp., Pine Co., MN; ED 22 SH 1B
FRIDLEY, Earl, head, rents home, resides on a farm, 50y b IL, fa b U.S., ma b
PA, married first at age 30, medicine salesman
", Lola, wife 40y b IA, fa b IL, ma b in U.S., married first at 20
", Dale, son 20y b ND, farm laborer
", Fern, dau 19y b ND, school teacher
", Ruth, dau 18y b ND
", Guy, son 5y b Minn.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Dale E. Fridley, born ND, white male, resided in Franklin Co., Ohio, died on May 16, 1980 at Grant Hospital in Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, at age 70, married. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
_James Albert GROVE __+ | |--Edith GROVE | |_Susannah Belle FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1910 Bedford Co., PA district 9 visitation 87
GROVE, James 62 b PA
", Belle S. 40 wife (all b PA)
", Rachel 14 dau
", Ruth 13 dau
", Thomas H. 11 son
", Fannie 8 dau
", Edith 3 dau
"Norman A. Will, Central City, PA., was b. June 1, 1904 at Berlin, PA and m Nov. 22, 1922 at Cumberland, by Rev. Andrew Brown Mann, Edith Grove, who was b. Oct. 19, 1906 at Everett, PA., and dau. of J. A. Grove, of Everett, and Belle Foor. Reformed. Laborer. Norman Jr., Aug. 7, 1923- Sept. 15, 1923; Chas. James, Nov. 8, 1925 - " Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman. Hostetler, Harvey,. Scottdale, Pa.. Mennonite Pub. House. 1938, p 898.
DOD: Name listed as Edith Will, died Sep. 1981, last known address as Windber, Somerset Co., PA; SSDI.
_Ralph Everett HASKELL _ | |--Florence HASKELL | |_Ruby C. FOOR __________+
1956 - listed as a surviving daughter in the July obituary of mother.
__ | |--Floyd Bernard HEPPNER | |__
NAME/DOM: From Susan E. (Heppner) Crane via May 2007 email.
2011 - listed as surviving husband of 52 years, Floyd Heppner, in wife Marilynn's August 2011 obituary.
_Casper HILDINGER _______________________ | |--Jacob HILDINGER | |_Johanne Christiann Magdalene MULHAUSER _
Casper Hildinger and family, all from Wurtemberg, departed from Le Havre,
France aboard the ship Nicolas and arrived in New York on June 11, 1858. The
following is from the ship's manifest:
HILDINGER, Casper, 40y male from Wurtemberg
", Christine, 48y female
", Joh. 15y male
", Jacob 13y male
", Gottlieb 9 or 7y male
SOURCE: Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891 [database online].
Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: New York. Passenger
Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication
M237. Rolls # 95-580. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
#837967, application date April 1858, all born Weil im Dorf, list the
HILDINGER, Caspar & F, 41y
", Jakob, born 1 Oct 1845
", Johann Gottlieb, born 31 Dec 1848
", Johannes, born 30 Jul 1843
Schenk, Trudy and Ruth Froelke. Wuerttemberg Emigration Index - Vol. I-VIII
(8), Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1986- .
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 281/288
HILDINGER, Jacob, 24y farm laborer b Wurtemburg
", Naoma, 19y keeping house b OH
", Louis H., 1/12 at home b OH, born in May
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 7
HILDINGER, Jacob, 34y farmer b Wilindorf?, parents b same
", Naoma, 29y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Henry L., 11y son at home b OH
", Jesse C., 9y son b OH
", William H., 7y son b OH
", Mary C., 4y dau b OH
Wife is listed as widowed in the 1900 census.
__ | |--Marion H. HINES | |__
Marion H. Foor, 83, of Owensboro, KY, died Friday, December 1, 2006, at her home. She was born on July 24, 1923 in Ohio County, Kentucky to the late Wilsie P. and Katie (Ford) Hines. She was a member of First Christian Church and Owensboro Country Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Foor, in 1988 and by her daughter, Jackie Arnold, in 1992.
She is survived by a grandson, Phil Arnold, III and his wife, Karen, of Owensboro; two great grandchildren, Ashley Nicole Arnold and Justin P. Arnold; one step great grandson, Gary Ferguson; a sister, Betty Whitaker of Owensboro and two brothers, William H. "Sonny" Hines and his wife, Shirley, of Owensboro and Robert P. Hines and his wife, Jo, of Habit, KY.
Services are at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 4, 2006, at James H. Davis Funeral Home Chapel in Owensboro. Private burial will follow in Elmwood Cemetery in Owensboro. Visitation is from 2:00-6:00 p.m. on Sunday and after 9:00 a.m. on Monday at James H. Davis Funeral Home. [Obit from funeral home website.]
_Charles HOWARD _ | |--Hettie C. HOWARD | |_Laura JAMES ____
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 268. Next of kin listed were sons Kenneth, Vernon and Herbert R. Carpenter; also Gertrude Damsel, Pauline Hall, relationship not shown. Listed as "Hettie nee Carpenter MARBURGER, parents unknown. Buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 362 N 1/2 grave 1. Unknown whether her maiden name was also Carpenter, or if the name was in reference to her first husband.
DOD/POD: Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1970-88 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Hettie C. Marburger, resided and died in Columbus, Franklin county, Ohio. Widowed. 82y. V 22517, Cert. 42878.
CENSUS: 1900 Royalton precinct, Fairfield Co., Ohio, ED 2 SH 7A p 19
HOWARD, Charles, head, b Jun 1861, 38y b OH, fa b NY, ma b OH, butcher
", Laura, wife b Sep 1864?, 35? y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, mar. 18y, had 9 ch 9 living
", Bertha, dau b Apr 1883, 17y b OH
", Frank, son b Jan 1885, 15y b OH, day laborer
", Lollie?, dau b Aug 1886, 13y b OH
", Alice, dau b Aug 1889, 10y b OH
", Kate, dau b Feb 1891, 8y b OH
", Hettie, dau b Oct 1893, 6y b OH
", Mary, dau b Oct 1895, 4y b OH
", Anna, dau b Dec 1897, 2y b OH
", George, son b Nov 1899, 6/12 b OH
CENSUS 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH visitation 166/170
CARPENTER, Vernon, 26 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Hettie, wife, 26 b OH; parents b OH
", Gertrude M., dau 6 b OH
", Vernon M., son 5 b OH
", Herbert R., son 2 10/12 b OH
PREIST, Laura V., hired girl, 18 single b OH; parents b OH; housekeeper
OBIT: Hettie Carpenter Marburger, age 82, 54 Southward Ave., Sunday at the residence. Survived by sons, Vernon H. Carpenter, Columbus, Herbert R. Carpenter, Grove City, Kenneth N. Carpenter, Pickerington; daughters, Gertrude M. Damsel, Reynoldsburg, Pauline C. Hall, Dayton, Ohio; step daughters, Virginia Burke, Yetive McQuade; 22 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at O. R. Woodyard Co. Chapel, 1346 South High St., Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where service will be Wednesday 10 a.m. Pastor Carlton sutorius officiating. Interment Lithopolis Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, June 28, 1976]
NOTE: There seems to be an error in the cemetery book, "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996". On page 179 there is one listing for a Hettie Carpenter, but it appears to be data from TWO Hettie Carpenters. This data in the book supposedly comes from the cemetery's database, and not a tombstone inscription. The info says...
CARPENTER, Hettie nee Howard, born Jan. 1, 1869, died Jan. 1, 1957*, aged 88y* (2nd add, part III, lot 301, gr 1) [NOK: Vernon Carpenter].
The asterick is necessary in their listing because the database was old, and you couldn't put in just the year. When just the year was listed, they put in Jan. 1 for the rest of the date. Therefore, the info was just 1869-1957.
There were TWO Hettie Carpenters. One was the wife of Vernon Carpenter and her maiden name was Howard. So part of the above info seems to reflect her data. The other Hettie Carpenter was the wife of Abel, and the dates of 1869-1957 match her data, as well as the burial location, as Abel is buried in the same location, grave 2.
The Hettie Carpenter with the maiden name of HOWARD, later married a MARBURGER. Her listing in the book is on page 268...
MARBURGER, Hettie nee Carpenter, parents unknown, born Oct. 8, 1893 OH, died June 27, 1976, aged 82y. (2nd add, part ***, lot 362 N 1/2, gr 1) [NOK: Kenneth, Vernon Carpenter, sons/Herbert R. Carpenter, son/ Gertrude Damsel, Pauline Hall].
Note that it incorrectly shows her maiden name here as Carpenter, when in reality it was a prior maiden name.
_Harvey HUMMELL _____+ | |--Harvey Francis HUMMELL | |_Francis A. JOHNSON _
DOB/POB: Harvy F. Hummell, 18 Jul 1912 Los Angeles Co., CA. Mother's maiden name Johnson. Ancestry.com. California Birth Index, 1905-1995 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1920 San Pedro Twp., Los Angeles city, Los Angeles Co., CA, ED 213, Sh 2B
HUMMELL, Harvey, head, 34y b OH, parents b OH, salesman, choc. store
", Frances E., wife 32y b KS, parents b NY
", Harvey Jr., son 7y b CA, fa b OH, ma b KS
CENSUS: 1930 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; ED 579 SH 17A p 17
HUMMELL, Henry F., head, rents home for $50/month, does not live on a farm, 46y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 23, merchant, grocery
", Francis A., wife 42y b KS, parents b IL, married first at age 19
", Harvy F. Jr., son 17y b CA, fa b OH, ma b KS
1934 - Los Angeles Co., CA voters: Harvey F. Hummell and Mrs. Frances A.
Hummell, both resided 3921 S. Pacific Ave., Democrats. Also Harvey F.
Hummell, Jr., and Mrs. Elaine Hummell, both reside 3917 S. Pacific Ave.,
democrats. California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968 [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008.
1936 - Harvey F. Hummell, salesman, democrat, and Mrs. Elaine Hummell, housewife, democrat, 626 N. Walnut Ave. Burbank city precinct, Los Angeles Co., CA.
1940 - Harvey F. Hummell Jr., 3921 S. Pacific Av., merchant, and Mrs. Elaine, same address, housewife. Los Angeles city precinct, Los Angeles Co., CA.
1942 - same voter info as 1940
1948 - same voter info as 1940.
1952 - Harvey F. Hummell, jr., 14627 Hesby St., democrat, and Mrs. Inez Elaine Hummell, same address, repubican. Los Angeles City Precinct 2598, Los Angeles Co., CA.
1954 - Harvey F. Hummell, Jr., and Mrs. Inez Elaine Hummell, both reside 20026 Oxnard St., he a democrat, she a republican. Los Angeles city precinct 2571, Los Angeles Co., CA. California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008.
DOD/POD: Harvey Francis Hummell, born 18 Jul 1912 CA died Aug. 6, 1959 in Orange Co., CA. Mother's maiden name Johnson. Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Original data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997.
__ | |--Alvin William JOHNSON | |__
JOHNSON, Alvin William, 70y, died 26 July 2003 at Mt. Carmel East. Survived by wife of 47y, Peggy, son Kevin JOHNSON of Columbus, dau. Laura (Tim) CRABTREE of Groveport, son Michael (Amy) JOHNSON of Columbus, sisters Mary Louise FRAZIER of Evansville, IN, Ann BARTHAUER of Lakeview, OH; grandchildren and others. US Navy vet Korean War. Interment Wed. the 30th at Lithpolis Cem. [Columbus Dispatch, July 28, 2003, News 05b] (abstract)
_William E. KARMOL _ | |--John KARMOL | |_Ellen Jean STROUD _+
__ | |--Walter Earnest KEMMER | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as Nellie Thomas, 26, and Walter Kemmer, 27, "Index to
Marriage Records 1850-1920", Peru, Ancestry.com. Indiana Marriage Records
Index, 1845-1920. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works
Progress Administration. Index to Marriage Records Indiana: Indiana Works
Progress Administration, 1938-1940.
1917 - June 1917 Miami Co., IN draft registration card. Name listed as Walter Earnest Kemmer of Converse, Indiana, born Dec. 24, 1887 in Wabash Co., In., tall height, medium build, brown hair and eyes, farmer near Converse, Indiana, has wife and child. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002.
CENSUS: 1920 Jackson Twp., Miami Co., IN; ED 141 SH 12B
KEMMER, Walter, head, 32y b IN, fa b Germany, ma b OH
", Nellie V., wife 31y b IN, parents b IN
", Charles [T.?] son 1 1/12 b IN
CENSUS: 1930 Hamilton Twp., Delaware Co., IN; ED 28 Sh 11A
KEMMER, Walter E., head, owns home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm, 42y
b IN, parents b IN, first married at age 25
", Nellie V., wife 41y b IN, fa b IN, ma b OH, first married at age 24,
", Charles T., son 11y b IN
", Frank R., son 8y b IN
", Hazel [F.?], dau 6y b IN
DOB/DOD: SSDI - name listed as Walter Kemmer, last known address as Muncie, Delaware Co., IN.
POBurial: The following KEMMER's are buried in Converse Cem., Grant Co.,
KEMMER, Charles T., Dec. 3, 1918 - Feb. 17, 1979 "Father"
", Marguritte M., 1915-1916
", Nellie 1888-1971 "Mother" (same stone with Walter)
", Robert B. 1916-1918
", Walter, 1887-1969 "Dad" (same stone with Nellie)
[Info posted in cemetery inscriptions at the Grant Co., Indiana GenWeb
_Lewis KRAMER ______+ | |--Adaline KRAMER | |_Elizabeth BENADUM _
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 2/2
KRAMER, Lewis, 43y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 41y b OH
", Elmira, 17y b OH
", Emma 11y b OH
", Aaron, 16y farming b OH
", Melissa, 12y b OH
", Eliza 10 or 11y b OH
", Martha, 9y b OH
", Joshua, 6y b OH
", William, 4y b OH
", Adaline, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Boone twp., Cass Co., IN, p 36
KRAMER, Louis, 54y farmer b OH, $4400 real estate, $500 personal property
", Elizabeth, 53y keeps house b OH
", Mellissa, 20y at home b OH
", Eliza, 19y at home b OH
", Martha, 18y at home b OH
", Joshua, 16y at home b OH
", William, 14y at home b OH
", Adaline, 10y at home b OH
", Clement V., 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Boone twp., Cass Co., IN; p 195A
KRAMER, Louis, 63y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Elizabeth, 60y wife b OH, parents b OH
", William, son 24y b OH, farmer
", Addie, dau 19y b OH, at home
", Clement, son 16y b OH, at home
BECKLEY, Martha, dau 28y b OH
__ | |--Catharina KRING | |__
_Ray LESTER ______ | |--Sherry Charmin LESTER | |_Betty Jean FOOR _+
NAME/DOB: From Nacrina Pillar (Peters) Carvell via Sept. 2006 email.
2010 - listed as one of several surviving siblings: India, David, Sherry,
Carmen, Teresa and Greta, in Gary Lee Lester's January 2010 obituary.
_Thomas L. MCKINNEY _ | |--Hamer MCKINNEY | |_Martha J. WILSON ___+
CENSUS: 1880 Sterling Twp., Brown Co., OH; p 23
McKINNEY, Thomas, father, common laborer b OH
", Martha, 49y wife keeping house b OH, can't write
", Ada, 18y dau assists mother b OH, attended school
", Charles, 15y son, common laborer b OH, attended school
", Clara, 13y dau at home b OH, attended school
", James, 10y son b OH, attended school
", Edward, 8y son b OH, attended school
", Hamer, 7y son b OH, attended school
DOM/POM: Names listed in the index as "Kamer McKinney" and Bessie Cotton.
Date of marriage is mis-transcribed as 18 Nov 1823 (should be 1893) - the
index only includes marriages from 1837-1920. Source Citation: Title: Wells
County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1837 - 1920 Inclusive Vol, W. P. A.
Original Record Located: County Clerks Of; Book: C- 8;Page: 182.
CENSUS: 1900 Liberty Twp., Wells Co., IN; ED 150 SH 7A p 184
McKINNEY, Hamer, head, b Feb 1873, 27y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 5y, farmer
", Bessie, wife b Jan 1876, 24y b IN, parents b IN, had 3 ch 3 living
", Esther J., dau b Jun 1894, 5y b IN
", Ruth, dau b Feb 1896, 4y b IN
", John, son b Mar 1899, 1y b IN
CENSUS: 1910 Bluffton, Wells Co., IN; ED 157 SH 7A
McKINNEY, Hamar, head, 36y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, stock buyer, married once, marr. 17y
", Bessie, wife 34y b IN, parents b IN
", Martha dau 15y b IN
", Wayne, son 11y b IN; news carrier, city
", Beatrice, dau 6y b IN
", Robert, son 3y b IN
", Frederick, son 2y b IN
1918 draft registration card. Hamer McKinney, R. R. #3 Bluffton, Wells Co., IN., age 45, born Feb. 13, 1873, farmer for self, nearest relative Bessie Pearl McKinney, medium height, stout build, blue eyes, brown hair. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1920 Lancaster Twp., Wells Co., IN; p 13 ED 188 SH 3A
McKINNEY, Hamer, 46y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, farmer
", Bessie, wife 44y b IN, parents b IN
", Beatris, dau 16y b IN
", Robert, son 13y b IN
", Fredrick, son 11y b IN
", George F., son 8y b IN
CENSUS: 1930 Bluffton, Wells Co., IN; ED 5 Sh 2B
McKINNEY, Hamer, head, rents home for $15/month, 53y b OH, parents b OH, first married at 19, stock buyer, own shipping
", Bessie, wife 52y b IN, parents b IN, first married at 17
DOD/POBurial: Hammer McKinney, 02-13-1873 - 11-04-1948, age 74, Fairview Cem. [Cemetery Index, Wells County Public Library, Wells Co., IN]
__ | |--Karl MILLER | |__
[T133731] "Also preceded in death by husbands, Karl Miller in 1957, and Wayne Landers in 1980", from wife Ruth (Bell) Lander's Dec. 2009 obituary.
_Abram MITCHEL _____+ | |--Charles MITCHEL | |_Mary Phoebe BROWN _
CENSUS: 1870 Morning Sun, Louisa Co., IA, p 479
MITCHEL, Abram, 45y farmer b PA
", Phebe, 40y keeping house b PA
", Mary M., 20y assists in home b PA
", Benjamin F., 15y works on farm b IA
", M. William 10y going to school b IA
", Charles, 8y going to school b IA
", John, 7y at home b IA
", Harrey, 2y at home b IA
MITCHEL, John, 51y tenant farmer b PA
CENSUS: 1880 Eden, Decatur Co., IA, p 314B
MITCHEL, Abram, 56y b PA, farmer, parents b PA
", Phoebe, wife 50y b PA, keeping house, parents b PA
", Mark, son 20y b IA, farm laborer
", Charles, son 18y b IA
", John T., son 16y b IA
", Harry, son 12y b IA
", John, brother 61y single b PA, parents b PA, farmer.
_Jesse Leroy MOREHART _+ | |--Lola Katherine MOREHART | |_Lola Belle SMALTZ ____+
NAME/DOB/PARENTAGE/DOD/POBurial/SPOUSE: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 266. NOK listed are Karen Jean Loudermill, daughter; Norma Howard, sister; Mrs. Wayne Fortner, sister. WWII veteran.
SSDI: Listed as Lola Loudermill.
DOD/POD: Lola K. Loudermill, V 22575, Cert. 57365, resided Fairfield Co., died in Columbus. Divorced. 59y. Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1970-88 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1970-88.
CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 6 SH 3A p 55 - Greencastle Rd.
MOREHART, Jesse L., head, 45y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Lola B., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH
", Carl E., son 15y b OH
", Joseph L., son 13y b OH
", Ben F., son 10y b OH
", Homer C., son 7y b OH
", John, son 1/12 b OH
", Mary K., dau 5y b OH
", Lola R., dau 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 12A - Rockmill Road
MOREHART, Jesse L., head, owns a home, resides on a farm, 55y b OH, parents b
OH, married first at age 29, farm operator
", Lola B., wife 45y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 19
", Carl E., son 25y b OH, teacher, public schools
", Benjamin F., son 20y b OH, farm laborer
", Homer J., son 18y b OH, farm laborer
", Mary K., dau 16y b OH
", Lola K., dau 13y b OH
", Russell O., son 10y b OH
", Norma R., dau 5y b OH
", Dorothy G., dau 3 2/12 b OH
LOCATION: 1974 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Loudermill of Canal Winchester in mother's Jan. obit.
_Ernest ORTENBURG ________ | |--Erica Ann ORTENBURG | |_Enid Colleen JAKUBOWSKI _+
NAME/DOB: From Eryn (Ortenburg) Berry via Aug. 2004 email.
__ | |--Mazie Susanna OSBORNE | |__
Bristol Herald Courier, Bristol, VA
Ella F. Osborne
CHILHOWIE -- Ella Fay Osborne, 57, of Belle Hollow Road, died Monday, Aug. 31, 1998, at her home.
Survivors include five sisters, Marcella Kilby, Salem, Va., Mazie Foore,
Chilhowie, Nellie Pasley, Grassy Creek, N.C., Jackie Davis, Wilmington, N.C.,
and Shirley Pruitt, Leola, Pa.; three brothers, Minix Osborne and James
Osborne, both of Chilhowie, and Courtney Osborne, Jr., Strasburg, Pa.
Barnett's Funeral Home, Marion, is in charge.
LOCATION: 2005 - listed as a surviving sister, Masie Foore of Chilhowie, in Minix G. Osborne's Jan. 2005 obituary. He was 81 and died Dec. 30, 2004. [Smyth County, VA, Obituaries]
_Terry L. PAYNE _ | |--Cassidy PAYNE | |_Melinda FOOR ___+
NAME: From Harry Scott FOOR, 3/97
__ | |--Jesse PECK | |__
__ | |--Terry PERRIN | |__
__ | |-- PHILLIS | |__
_Daniel POWELL _+ | |--Peter L. POWELL | |_Eliza BEATTY __+
NAME/DOB: From 1850 census -- see notes on supposed father for census listing.
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 27. Baptized same day as Mary C. POWELL, d/o Peter and Hanna Powell.
NOTE: WHICH IS THE CORRECT 1870 CENSUS FOR PETER L. POWELL?
CENSUS: 1870 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 18/19
POWELL, Peter L., 32y farmer b OH
", Emeline V. or U., 27y keeping house b OH
", Ortha May 2y b OH
", Mintu? Minta? 10/12 female b Sept. in OH
CENSUS: 1870 Eagle Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 140
POWELL, Peter L., 32y farm laborer b OH
", Catherine 27y keeping house b OH
", Jacob S. 7y b OH
", Alice A. 5y b OH
", Simon 3y b OH
", Emma V. 1y b OH
CORPESTINE? Alexander 15y b OH
next residence is that of Magdalena Powell, 63y keeping house b PA?
__ | |--Jacob PRUIT | |__
_Albert QUEEN _______ | |-- QUEEN | |_Clara Elsie ROLLER _+
Death certificate image. "No name", female, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, June 19, 1920, found dead in bead. 2 days old. Born in Greencastle, Ohio. Father Albert Queen, b OH, and mother Elsie Roller b OH. Informant Albert Queen. Buried in Lithopolis Cem., June 20.
NOTE: There is no listing for this infant in the Bloom Twp. cemetery books.
_William Grove RAINEY _ | |--Alice Margaret RAINEY | |_Caroline ALSPACH _____+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 45. She is listed as "Margaret Alice" in this record.
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 239. Name listd as Alice M. Hoy, 1866-1933, aged 67y, buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 344, grave 1. Next of kin listed as Harold Grove Hoy, son, Isaac G., Hoy, Ethelyn Marie, daughter.
Parentage: "History of Fairfield County and Representative Citizens", Charles C. Miller, 1912, p 680. "Alice Rainey, a daughter of William G. Rainey, the latter of whom came to Fairfield from Guernsey County when a young man."
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 284/291
RAINEY, William G., 38y farm laborer b OH
", Caroline, 31y keeping house b OH
", John A., 10y attending school b OH
", Adda J., 7y attending school b OH
", Margaret, 4y at home b OH
", William H., 1y at home b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 23
RAINEY, William G., 48y farmer b OH; fa b OH, ma b MD
", Adda, 37y wife keeping house b Switzerland; parents b same
", John A., 20y son works on farm b OH; parents b OH
", Adda J., 17y dau works by week b OH
", Margaret A., 14y dau at home b IN
", William H., 11y son at school b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 11, SD 5, SH 9B, visitation 203/208
HOY, Isaac, b May? 1863, 37y b OH, parents b OH, mar 14y, farmer
", Allice, wife b May 1866, 34y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch, 2 living
", Harold, son b Oct 1889, 10y b OH, at school
", Hubert, son b Jan 1897, 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 172
HOY, Isaac G., head 46 b OH, mar 24y, parents b OH, farmer
", Alice 43 wife b IN, had 3 ch 2 living, parents b OH
", Harold son 20 b OH, no occ.
", Herbert 13 son b OH
", Abraham 71 father b OH, widowed, parents b OH, no occ.
CENSUS 1920, Cedar Hill Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 153/157
HOY, Isaac G. 56 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Margaret A. wife 53 b IN; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 23-7, sheet 11B
HOY, Harold G., head, rents home, reside on a farm, 40y b OH, parents b OH,
married at age 24
", Margaret M., wife 39y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 23
", Alice Elizabeth, dau 12y b OH
", Isaac G., father 65y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 22
", Alice M., mother 63y b IN, parents b OH, married at age 19
NOTE: in 1930 Harold's mother is listed as 'mother' being born in Indiana,
but on his line, he notes his mother was born in Ohio.
1947 - Isaac Hoy's September obit mentions a surviving wife, Mrs. Alice Hoy.
OBIT: Hoy - Mrs. Alice Hoy, 86, Wednesday a.m., at her home near Lithopolis. Survived by 2 sons, Harold and Hubert, of near Lithopolis, 3 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Kistler Funeral Home after Thursday noon. The body will lie in state at the Hoy Memorial Church from 1 until time of service at 2 p.m. Friday. Burial Lithopolis Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 14, 1953, p 4A]
DOBurial: Name listed as Alice Hoy, interred Jan. 16, 1953, unknown addition, lot 1 grave 14. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 239.
Death certificate image. Alice Hoy, rural Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Canal Winchester R.F.D. 2, died Jan. 14, 1953 aged 86y 8m 5d, widowed, born in Ohio May 9, 1866 to Wm. Rainey and Kathryn Alspach. Buried Lithopolis Jan. 16.
_Leslie D. RANKIN _+ | |--Patricia RANKIN | |___________________
NAME: Listed as a surviving daughter, Patricia and Brad Brennan of California, in father's Nov. 2004 obituary.
LOCATION: 2004 - CA
_ ROWE _ | |--Helen B. ROWE | |________
CENSUS 1920; Columbus and Lancaster Pike, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH visitation 103/103
ROWE, John W., 48 widowed b OH; parents b OH; S-am fitter, plumbing company
", Charles [N.?] b OH; parents b OH
COX, Helen B., sister 42 [married? Doesn't look like widowed] b OH; parents b OH
_Ephraim S. SHOWALTER _+ | |--Margaret SHOWALTER | |_Susanna THRASH _______+
DOB/DOD/POBurial/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 104. DOB figured from death at 6m 17d. "daughter of E. and S.".
__ | |-- THOMAS | |__
_John THRASH _____+ | |-- THRASH | |_Matilda KNEPPER _+
[T12719] "infant daughter of J. and Matilda", death date only, "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 105.
__ | |--Catherine URY | |__
DOM/POM: Names listed as George H. Drum and Catharine Ury. "Fairfield County,
Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005. Would like to eventually see original record to view last name, as URY doesn't seem right.
CENSUS: 1850 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 1371
DRUM, George H., 31y saddler b OH
", Catharine, 26y b OH
", Jacob 18y b OH
CENSUS: 1865 Fort Scott, Bourbon Co., KS, visitation 46/48
DRUM, Geo. H., 46y teamster $500 real estate, 4600 personal estate, b OH
", Catherine, 42y b OH
", Henry U., 8y b IA
", Jacob L., 30y teamster b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Fort Scott, Bourbon Co., KS, p 12
DRUMM, George H., 51y farmer b OH, $12,500 real estate, $500 personal estate
", Catherine, 46y b OH, keeping house
", Henry U., 13y b IA
GRAY, Sarah, 36y housekeeping, $150 personal estate b PA
CENSUS: 1875 Scott Twp., Bourbon Co., KS, p 42
DRUM, George H., 56y farmer b OH, came to KS from MO, $4000 real estate, $600
", Catharine, 51y b OH, came to KS from MO
", Jacob 40y farmer b OH, came to KS from MO
", Henry 18y farmer b IA, came to KS from MO
SPACKS?, Jenny, 6y b IL, came to KS from MO
CENSUS: 1880 Scott Twp., Bourbon Co., KS; p 8D
DRUM, George H., 61y farmer b OH, parents b PA
", Katherine, 55y wife keeping house b OH, parent sb MD
", Jacob, 48y brother b OH, farmer, single, parents b PA
CENSUS; 1885 Scott Twp., Bourbon Co., KS; p 96
DRUM, G. H., 66y male farmer b OH, came to KS fro MO, married
", Catharine, 60y housekeeper b OH, came to KS from MO, married
", Jac., 53y single farmer b OH, came to KS from MO
", H. C., 28y male, married, farmer b IA, came to KS from MO
", E. A., 28y female, housekeep b AL, came to KS from Mississippi
", F. A., 4y male b KS
", J. L., 3y male b KS
PRYOR, H., 20y male, single, laborer b KS
CENSUS: 1895 Scott Twp., Bourbon Co., KS;
DRUM, G. H., 76y b OH, came to KS from MO
", Cathern, 70y b OH, came to KS from MO
", J. L., 63y male b OH, came to KS from MO
PRYOR, Henry, 29y b KS, came to KS from MO
CENSUS: 1900 Scott Twp., Bourbon Co., KS, ED 49 SH 1B
DRUM, Katherine, head, b Mar 1824, 75y widow b OH, parents b MD?, had 6 ch 6 living
", Jacob L., Jr., bro-in-law b Nov 1831, 68y single b OH, fa b PA, ma b Germany, farmer
__ | |--James WALKER | |__
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 44
WALKER, James, 32y carriage painter b PA
", Sarah, 32y keeping house b O H, can't write
", John, 12y attending school b OH, can't write
", Zelia, 6y attending school b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 19
WALKER, James, 43y painter b PA; parents b PA
", Sarah, 43y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", John 21y son painter b OH
", Zelia, 16y dau., domestic s., b OH
", Zela, 9y dau at school b OH
", Mary, 7y dau at school b OH
In the May 27, 1891 issue it mentions a James Walker of Lithopolis died. "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V4, 1891-1895", Fairfield County Gen., Society, March 1999, p 9. I can find no other James Walker during that time period except for a grandson. Also can find no marker for burial in Bloom township.
_Nimrod WALTERS _+ | |--Rachel WALTERS | |_Margaret HEMPY _
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 261
WALTERS, Nimrod, 44y, no occupation, b OH
", Margaret, 33y b OH
", Sarah, 15y b OH
", George W., 11y b OH
", Rachel, 10y b OH
", Elizabeth, 7y b OH
", Isabella, 3y b OH
", Ann, 6/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 121/117
WALTERS, Nimrod 50y carpenter b OH
", Margaret 42y b OH
", William [L.?] 26y farm laborer b OH
", Rachel 18y b OH
", Isabel 11y b OH
", Anna M. 9y b OH
", Amanda [N.?] 6y b OH
", Henry 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 66
WALTER, Margaret, 52y keeping house b OH, cannot write
", Rachel C., 30y helps mother, b OH, idiotic, cannot read or write
", Isabell, 23y helps mother b OH, cannot read or write, idiotic
", Henry, 15y works in the lot b OH, cannot read or write
SHRECKENGAUST, Scott, 23y farm laborer b OH
", Anna, 20y helps in house b OH
", William, 1y at home b OH
_Charles E. WELCH _ | |--Bernadine S. WELCH | |_Mazie E. LAMA ____
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 10A
WELCH, Charles E., head, rents home, resides on a farm, 42y b OH, parents b
OH, married first at age 22, farm operator
", Mazie J., wife 40y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20
", Marvin L., son 17y b OH, farm laborer
", Lorena J., dau 13y b OH
", Bernadine S., dau 8y b OH
__ | |--Lucinda WERNER | |__
CENSUS: 1860 Marion Twp., Hancock Co., OH, p 252.
ALSPACH, Daniel, 45y farmer b OH
", Lucinda, 30y b OH
", James M., 18y farmer b OH
", Melvina 13y b OH
", Francis M., 10y b OH
", Emily E., 3y b OH
", Milton 2y b OH
", Almeda, 1/12 b OH
TIPPLE, Lydia 29y servant b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Marion Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 139
ALSPACH, Daniel, 55y farmer b OH, $4000 real estate, $476 personal estate
", Lucinda, 40y keeping house b OH, can't read or write
", Francis M., 20y labors on farm b OH, attended school
", Milton A., 11y labors on farm b OH, attended school
", Almeda, 10y b OH, attended school
", Amos, 8y b OH, attended school
", Ellen L., 6y b OH, attended school
", Darius, 5y b OH
", Lewis S., 3y b OH
", Harriet, 1y b OH
WILSON, Christiana, 24y domestic servt. b OH
", Emma, 3/12 b OH, born in March
CENSUS: 1880 Marion Twp., Hancock Co., OH; p 429C
ALSPACH, Lucinta, 50y widow keeping house b OH, parents b OH, can't read or write
", Milton, 21y b OH, typoid
", Amos, 18y son, laborer b OH, attended school
", Ellen L., 16y dau b OH
", Darias, 14y son b OH, attended school
", Louis S., 13y son b OH, attended school
", Heriet, 11y dau b OH, attended school
", Clara, 9y dau b OH, attended school
", Thomas N., 7y son b OH, attended school
__ | |--Ron WHITLEY | |__
_Theodore E. WILLIAMSON _+ | |--Jennie WILLIAMSON | |_Anna ALSPACH ___________+
NAME/DOB: From Judith Flinn via Nov., 2000 email.
__ | |--Elizabeth WOOSTER | |__
DOM/POM: names listed as Saml. McGowen and Elizabeth Wooster. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V II, 1836-1851", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 2005.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1725
McGOWAN, Samuel, 25y cabinet maker, $150 estate, b OH
", Elizabeth 28y b PA
", Ann C., 6/12 b OH
", Samuel, 65 or 45y cabinet maker b Ireland
WHITESEL, Jane, 7y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1860 Clinton Twp., DeWitt Co., IL; p 88
McGOWAN, 34y carpenter b OH, $200 personal estate
", Elizabeth, 35y b PA
", Catherine 10y b OH
", John, 8y b OH
", Chas., 6y b OH
", Sarah, 3y b IL
", Eliza, 3y b IL
", Matilda, 1y b IL
CENSUS: 1880 Clinton, Clintonia twp., DeWitt Co., IL; ED 70 p 328C
McGOWAN, Samuel, 52y hotel keeper b OH, fa b Ireland
", Elizabeth, 56y wife keeps house b PA, parents b Germany
", John 26y son, carpenter b OH
", Charles, 24y son, carpenter b OH
", Sarah, 20y dau, housework b IL
", Eliza, 20y dau, housework b IL
", Rosa, 18y dau, housework b IL, attended school
CENSUS: 1900 Decatur Twp., Macon Co., IL; ED 46 SH 41A
McGOWN, Samuel, head, b Jan 1825, 75y b OH, fa b Ireland, ma b PA, no occupation listed
", Elizabeth, wife b April 1824, 76y b PA, parents b Scotland, married 53y, had 7 ch 5 living
", Liza, dau b (no month shown) 1865, 35y single b IL, fa b OH, ma b PA
", Rosa, dau b Jun 1878 IL, 26y single b IL, fa b OH, ma b PA, milliner
1903 - Mrs. Samuel McGowan, her daughter Miss Lida McGowan, and Mrs. A. S. Kaser left Saturday for Springfield where Mrs. McGowan will have an operation performed on her eyes by Dr. Prince. She is 80 years old and the operation may prove serious as the result of her advanced age. [Daily Review, Decatur, IL., April 5, 1903]
1905 - A pretty surprise party was given Mrs. Samuel McGowan at her home 1303 North College street Tuesday afternoon, by a party of her friends, the hours being from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. McGowan was 81 years old that day. The surprise was complete in every way. On account of Mrs. McGowan's age it was feared if they all went in together it would be too much of a shock for her nerves, and it was planned that they go in a few at a time. Mrs. McGowan was not aware that a surprise was being given her until a large number of the ladies had arrived... [Daily Review, Decatur, IL., May 24, 1905]
1910 - Mrs. Samuel McGowan is today celebrating her eighty-sixth anniversary. The celebration is the gathering of her daughters at her home, 1303 North College street. They are: Mrs. Rose McKelvey of Chicago, Mrs. A. S. Kazar and Miss Lydia McGowan of Decatur. Mrs. McGowan is in good health and her mind is perfectly clear. Her husband is 87 years old. They ar eone of the oldest couples in the city. [Daily Review, Decatur, IL., May 23, 1910]
1918 - One of Oldest Decatur Residents. Mrs. Elizabeth McGowan to be 95 Thursday. Next Thursday will be the ninety-fifth birthday anniversary of Mrs. Elizabeth McGowan, 1303 North College Street, one of Decatur's oldest residents. No special observation is planned for the day because of her condition. While not sick, and in fact in very fair health, yet her extreme age forcers her to remain in her bed practically all of the time. She is able to have callers and, in fact, expects many of her friends to call on her on that day, as they usually do. Her four daughters will also spend the day with her. They are Mrs. F. G. Stewart of Chicago and Mrs. A. S. Kazar, Mrs. Katherine McKelvey and Miss Lyda McGowan all of Decatur. [Decatur Review, Decatur, IL, May 21, 1918]
OBIT: Mrs. Elizabeth McGowan, widow of Samuel McGowan, and one of Decatur's oldest citizens, died at 7:50 o'clock Sunday evening at her home, 1303 North College street. She was 95 years old last may 23. Infirmities incident to old age caused her death. Mrs. McGowan moved to Clinton from Lancaster, PA., in 1855. She continued to reside in Clinton until 26 years ago, when the family moved to Decatur, and this has been her home ever since. Mrs. McGowan was an invalid for many years, but careful nursing by her daughters had much to do with extending her life. For the past four years she has been blind and helpless. Mrs. McGowan is survived by four daughters and one son, Mrs. F. G. Stewart, Miss Lida McGowan, Mrs. A. F. Kaser and Mrs. Catherine McKelvey, all of Decatur, and Charles McGowan of Fresno, Cal. There is also a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Anna McGowan in Springfield. The funeral will be held from the residence, 13030 North College street, at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in Fairlawn cemetery. [Decatur Review, Decatur, IL, June 17, 1918]
_John Christian WRIGHT _+ | |--Bertha L. WRIGHT | |_Julia A. KERNS ________
NAME: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom
Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 46. Confirmed at St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church on 10 Oct 1896.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 108 Sh 2A p 154
WRIGHT, J. C., b Apr 1841, 58?y b OH, fa b (Delaware?), ma b NY, farmer
", Julia A., wife b April 1852, 48y b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living,
mar. (20?) y
", Bertha?, dau b Dec 1880
", Geo. K., son b ?? 15y b OH
", William, son b June 1887, 13y b OH
", Jesse?, sister b March, 1824? 76?y b OH, parents b OH
DOIL, John, servant, born "unknown" and age "unknown", single, b Ireland
WELLS, John B., hired man b May 18876, 25y b OH, fa b England, ma b OH
LOCATION: 1933 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Clarence Noecker of the home, in father's May obituary.
DOD/POD: Bertha L. Noecker resided and died Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Feb. 27, 1967, aged 86y, widowed. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.