__ | |--Emily | |__
__ | |--Sue | |__
__ | |--Thelma | |__
_Robert James ALLEN _ | |--Levi James ALLEN | |_Debra Lea MELLOTT __+
NAME/DOB: From Debra (MELLOTT) Hutto Allen via email Apr. 1999.
_Daniel ARNOLD _+ | |--Susan ARNOLD | |_Catherine _____
NAME/SPOUSE: Mentioned in her father's 1850 partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V1, 1812-1851 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1987, p 58.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1789-1850", CD #400.
_Fredrick BACHER _+ | |--Jonas BACHER | |_Margaret DAVIS __
NOTE: Spelled BACHAR in 1880.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
BOCHAR, Frederick: one male 15-20, two males 20-30, one male 50-60. One
female 5-10, one female 10-15, one female 30-40.
DOM: shown as Oct. 8, 1843 on marriage return and pension records. Images sent in by Sherri Copeland November 2007.
DOD/POBurial: From Sherri Copeland via November 2007 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1357
BAUGHER, Frederick 46y farmer b PA
", Margaret 48y b VA
", Margaret 17y b OH
BAUGHER, Jonas 27y farmer b OH
", Catherine 23y b OH
", Elvina 5y b OH
", Sara 4y b OH
", Elizabeth 2y b OH
", Mary 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 369/357
BOCHER, Jonas 37y farmer b OH
", Catherine 32y b OH
", Elarra/Elvara A. 16y b OH
", Sarah C. 14y b OH
", Elizabeth C., 12y b OH
", Mary J. 10y b OH
", Margaret C. 8y b OH
", Frederick J. 6y b OH
", Alice A. 4y b OH
", Lora E. 2y b OH
DUBAUGH [Dreisbach?], Jacob, 50y shoemaker b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Ridge Twp., Wyandot Co., OH; p 807
BACHAR, Jonas, 47y farmer b OH, $4800 real estate, $600 personal estate
", Catherine, 43y keeping house b OH
", Elizabeth, 21y keeping house b OH
", Isabella, 20y keeping house b OH
", Catharine, 18y keeping house b OH, attended school
", Alice E., 14y at home b OH, attended school
", Laura E., 12y b OH, attended school
", William A., 9y b OH, attended school
", Delia 8y b OH, attended school
", Jonas L., 6y b OH, attended school
", Clara L., 3y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1880 Ridge Twp., Wyandot Co., OH, p 11
BACHAR, Jonas 57y farmer b OH, fa b PA, ma b VA
", Elizabeth K. 53y wife keeping house b OH, parents b PA
", Alice A., 24y dau at home b OH
", Laura E., 22y dau at home b OH
", William A., 18y son works on farm b OH
", Della S., 17y dau at home b OH
", Jonas S., 15y son works on farm b OH
", Anna? 8y dau b OH
NOTE: When Jonas's aunt Lydia Bachar died, she died unmarried and the last of all her siblings. The heirs of her estate, dated in 1872, listed her deceased siblings and their heirs. The children listed for Frederick Baugher were: Mary Beck, Susan Hall, heirs of Catharine Brobst, Margaret Hathaway, Jonas Baugher, Solomon Baugher, David Baugher and Jacob Baugher. Estate records state that Frederick had died leaving 8 children, one of whom has died since (must be Catharine Brobst).
__ | |--John M. BACHMAN | |__
_John BENSON _______+ | |--Marquas Delafayette BENSON | |_Martha Jane BOYER _+
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 45.
DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 97. "son of John and Martha". Listed as "Marquis D. L. Benson".
DOD: "M. DeLayfayette Benson" d 9 Jun 1866 at 1y 8m 25d. "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield county chapter OGS, 1994, p 47.
_William Christopher CASE ___ | |--Ardis Helen CASE | |_Estella Myra "Stella" FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1920 Ogden Twp., Lenawee Co., MI, ed 79 sh 5A
CASE, William C., head, 50y b MI, parents b NY, owns farm, farmer
", Stella M., wife 43y b PA, parents b PA
", Ted L., son 19y b MI
", Hope I., dau 17y b MI
", Maude E., dau 14y b MI
", Fern E., dau 6 7/12 b MI
", Ardis H., dau 4/12 b MI
DOB/DOD/POD: Ardis Helen Foor b 26 Aug 1919, died 31 Jul 1996 in San Diego Co., CA. Birth place listed as Michigan, father's surname CASE, mother's FOOR in California death records. Name listed as Ardis Helen WOTRING.
LOCATION: 1954 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Wellington (Ardis) Wotring of Tecumseh (Michigan) in father's obituary.
LOCATION: 1959 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Wellington (Ardis) Wotring of Lakeside, CA, in mother's 1959 obituary.
__ | |--Matthew CLAPPER | |__
_George W. COURTRIGHT _+ | |--Leniata Arabella COURTRIGHT | |_Priscilla NEISWANDER _+
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 41. Sponsor: mother.
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 331/337
COURTRIGHT, George W. 28y farm laborer
", Priscilla 27y keeping house
", Le__i Ola__ A. 7y female attending school
", Adullis? 4y m at home
", Juan Cosma? 3y m at home
Death certificate image. Leniota Arbelle Shafer, Blanchard Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, August 24, 1922 aged 58y 3m 20d, married, born May 4, 1864 in Shelby Co., Ohio (???) to George Courtright and Pricella Nicwander both b PA. Informant was Lyman Shafer of McComb, Ohio. Buried Harmon? Cem., Aug. 26.
_Simon CRIST _ | |--Johannes CRIST | |_Elizabeth ___
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 12. Sponsors: Heinrich and Catharina Alspach.
CENSUS: 1850 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 192/195
CRIST, John 28y b OH
", Caroline, 20y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 7y b OH
STANSBERY, Samantha 6y b OH
CRIST, Amos A. 8/12 b OH
STARLING, John 14y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Rochester Twp., Fulton Co., OH, p 208
CRIST, John 38y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 28y b OH
", Elizabeth 17y b OH
", Amos 10y b OH
", Mary 7y b OH
", John 3y b IN
", Henry, 1y b IN
_Benjamin ELEY _____ | |--William Wesley ELY | |_Sophia J. ECKHART _+
"Ely, William W. Enlisted from Concord Sept. 28, 1861. Transferred to Company F. as musician Jan. 1, 1864. Ely enlisted in the Tenth Indiana Volunteers for the three months' service; served then in West Virginia under McClellan and Rosencrans; and was wounded at the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11, 1862; was also wounded on Morris Island, SC., by a fragment of shell while on detail with the Requa Battery. He re-enlisted as veteran, and was again wounded at Bermuda Hundred, VA., while helping a wounded man off the field. Ely was born at Lithopolis, Fairfield County, Ohio, August 26, 1845, and was only fifteen years of age when he first entered the service. He served altogether four years and seven months, and had not yet attained his majority. He did excellent service in whateevr position he was placed, and especially in the stretcher corps on the field of battle. At Drury's Bluff, VA., he with William H. Brown carried Major Linton off the field under many difficulties, and came very near being captured by the enemy, who had already got between them and our troops. He is living at Iroquois, Ill., engaged in the practice of law. Ely relates that when he left the servce in December, 1865, he went into the ministry, and on one occasion, while on his way to fill an appointment to preach, he met with a couple of rough characters who commenced to jeer and scoff at him; and forgetting all about his position and the sacred work he was engaged in, he got down from the horse he was riding, jerked off his coat and whipped both of the rowdies, and so badly, too, that they required help to remount their steeds. He then went on and filled his appointment; but afterwards, in thinking over the disgraceful affair, he became so filled with remorse and regret as well as ashamed of his hasty and unministerial conduct, that he left the ministry and turned his attention to the law where if the 'old Adam' in him ever manifested itself it would be more in harmony with his profession, and better appreciated." Source: Original data: Clark, Charles M.,. The history of the Thirty-ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Veteran Infantry (Yates Phalanx) in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865. Chicago, Ill.: Published under the auspices of the veteran association of the regiment, 1889, p 457.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1428
ELEY, Benjamin 32y weaver b PA
", Sophia 26y b OH
", William 7y b OH
", Anthony M. 5y b OH
", David 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Concord, Iroquois Co., IL, p 61
ELY, Benjamin 43y b PA
", Sophia, 35y b OH
", Wesley, 16y b OH
", Anthony 13y b OH
", David, 12y b OH
", Salem, 8y male b OH
", Sarah E., 6y b OH
", Emma 1y b IL
CENSUS: 1870 Champaign, Champaign Co., IL, p 107
ELY, W. W., 29y male, nursery man, b OH
(apparently residing at boarding house or farm of Joseph Fife, 35y farmer b OH, and several other laborers.)
CENSUS: 1880 Concord, Iroquois Co., IL; p 12D
ELY, Wesley W., 36y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, nursery man
", Estella, 20y wife keeping house b IL, parents b Canada
", Benjamin H., 1y son b IL
W. W. Ely m Estella Goodfellow 24 Jun 1877 Iroquis Co., IL [Illinois Statewide Archives, online, marriage index.]
NOTE: Son Benjamin is listed in the 1900 census as being born Sept. 1879, 20y, single b IL, fa b OH, ma b Canada (French), traveling salesman. He's still in Concord, Iroquis Co., IL.
__ | |-- ETCHEN | |__
_Leonard Jason "Grant" FOOR _+ | |--Betty FOOR | |_Bertha WEAVER ______________
"The Foor Family", George S. Conover p 33.
_Mac Kenneth FOOR _+ | |--Elaine Margaret FOOR | |_Mildred GILES ____
NO DOCUMENTATION: info from the files of Lori Stucker, 2003.
In her mother's estate records she is listed as Elaine M. Dunn of Fort Wayne, IN. [Marion Co., FL, Book 2909 P 1415]
May be married to a Gerald P. Dunn, and had children Gerald P. and Philip A. Dunn who would be born in the mid-1970's.
_Albert Lee FOOR _+ | |--Ethridge FOOR | |_Carrie OWENS ____
NAME/Parentage: Via email from PAUL F. ROBY, 63020 Merrick Rd., Cambridge, OH 43725-9278; Dec. 1999.
_Clinton Munroe FOOR _______+ | |--Floyd M. FOOR | |_Caroline S. "Kally" BARCH _
SSDI: Shows he was issued a card in Wisconsin. Last known residence was Miami, Florida.
DOB/DOD: Ancestry.com. Florida Death Index, 1980-89. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: State of Florida. Name listed as Floyd M. Foor. Cert. 82301.
UNCONFIRMED if this is the same Floyd M. Foor in above records as is the Floyd M. Foor in census information, below.
CENSUS: 1910 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, ED 154, visitation 20
FOOR, Clinton M., 44y b OH, parents b OH, mar 16y, farmer
", Caroline S., 35y wife b OH, parents b OH, had 3 ch 3 living
", Herman L., son 15y b OH
", Harold E., son 12y b OH
", Floyd M., son 5y b OH
HAFEY, Edward C., nephew 18y b OH, parents b OH, gen. farm laborer
CENSUS: 1920 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; SD 11, ED 96, SH 3
FOOR, Clinton, 54y b OH, farmer, parents b OH
", Caroline, wife, 46y b OH, parents b OH
", Harold, 21y son b OH
", Floyd, 15y son b OH
LOCATION: 1927 - Appleton, WI: "Applications for marriage licenses were made at the off of John E. Hantschel, county clerk, by Floyd Foor and Elsie Maud, both of Appelton...". [The Appleton Post-Crescent, Appelton, WI, Aug. 11, 1927
LOCATION: 1927 - The "Young People League of First English Lutheran Church" met Monday at the church for the 3rd annual conference of the Association of Luther Leagues of Northern Wisconsin which will be held Oct. 22 and 23. Delegates appointed at the meeting to represent the local league officially were Floyd Foor..." "Mrs. Floyd Foor" is listed as the secretary of the executive committee. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Sept. 27, 1927, p 9.]
LOCATION: 1928 - "Permission was granted the Boy Scouts under the direction of F. W. Foor to use Roosevelt junior high school one night each week", [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Jan. 14, 1928, p 18.]
LOCATION: 1928 - "Troups receiving charters and their scoutmaster were: ... First English Lutheran Church, F. M. Foor, scoutmaster, Troop 13. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, January 30, 1928, p 13.]
LOCATION: 1928 - "Pro Woman in Party of Seasons" - A party of the seasons has been planned for Feb. 1st... by the Business and Professional womens club. The organization will hold an open bridge party in February. Mrs. Elsie Foor will be chairman of the party. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Jan. 30, 1928, p 7].
LOCATION: 1928 - Mrs. Elsie Foor is listed as someone in charge of one of the tables at the Business and Professional Womans club rummage sale. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, March 12, 1928, p ?]
LOCATION: 1928 - Appleton, Wisconsin - An Easter Party will be given by the Young People society of First English Lutheran Church at 7:30 Monday evening at the church. "The second paper of a series on Christian Education will be presented by F. M. Foor at the meeting, which will be both business and social. "Musical numbers will be given and games will be played. Members of the entertainment committee and program committee are F. M. Foor..." [Appleton Post-Crescent, Appleton, WI, March 24, 1928, p 9.]
LOCATION: 1928 - Organization of Troup 13, First English Lutheran Church, was completed at the regular weekly meeting Thursday evening. Two patrols were formed... F. M. Foor is scoutmaster. The troop now inclues 8 boys and four more will be initiated in the next two or three weeks. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Feb. 3, 1928, p 2].
LOCATION: 1928 - Troop 13 of First English Lutheran Church gets first aid training. Lloyd Foor is scoutmaster. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, March 2, 1928, p 21.]
LOCATION: 1928 - The Young People of First English Lutheran church --
tentative plans were made for presenting a group of short plays in April.
Mrs. Floyd Foor was appointed chairman. At Monday's meeting, two piano duets
were present by Mrs. Foor and Miss Fern McGregor. The second of a series of
papers on Christian Education was presented by F. M. Foor. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, March 27, 1928, p 7].
LOCATION: 1928 - Junior Piano Pupils Give Varied Program - 10 junior piano pupils of Mrs. Elsie Foor were entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Foor, 520 E. North Street. Games were played and a program was given.
[The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, April 4, 1928, p 9.
LOCATION: 1928 - Article about the professional women's lists Mrs. Elsie Foor as one of two people of the music committee. Listed in another article about a dice party given by the intermediate choir of the First English Lutheran Church lists Mrs. Elsie Foor as one of the prize winners. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, April 13, 1928, p 9.]
LOCATION: 1929 - Local Delegates at Church Meet - The convention of the Eastern Wisconsin Federation of Wartburg Leagues took place Saturday and Sunday at Beaver Dam. Two representatives of First English Lutheran Church were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Sept. 3, 1929, p 8].
LOCATION: 1929 - article about the up-coming convention states that the introductory address will be given by Floyd Foor of Appelton, president of the association, and will be entitled 'The Luther League's Objectives'. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Sept. 10, 1929, p 8.]
LOCATION: 1929 - Neenah Man Injured as Car Turns Over - A. F. Mau is at his home with an injured back received Thursday afternoon when the car in which he was riding on his way to Wausau overturned when within a few miles from that city. Mr. Mau was riding with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor and Henry MAU of Appleton when the accident occurred. The others were uninjured other than a bad jarring. The car, a new one, was driving by Mrs. Foor who attempted to turn a corner and cramped it too far and was unable to get back upon the road before it went into the ditch. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Sept. 14, 1929 p 13].
LOCATION: 1929 - Teachers of Church Will Meet Sunday - The second annual meeting of the Sunday School Teachers' Institute, Ohio synod, will be held Sunday at First English Lutheran Church. About 100 teachers.. will be present. Department discussions... the senior department [will be led by] Floyd Foor, Appleton. Officers of the association are... Mrs. Floyd Foor, Appleton, secretary. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, October 18, 1929, p 8].
LOCATION: 1930 - A meeting of the executive board of Associated Luther Leagues of Wisconsin took place Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor. Mr. Foor is the president. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, April 28, 1930, p 8].
CENSUS: 1930 Appleton city, Outagamie Co., WI; ED 44-2 SH 15B
MA--,? Henry, head, owns home worth $8000, 69y widow b WI, parents b Germany, retired
FOOR, Floyd, son-in-law 26y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 23, carpenter
", Elsie, daughter, 35y b WI, parents b WI, first married at age 32
LOCATION: 1931 - An article about a cooking school, "Mrs. Floyd Foor, 520 E. North St., 'Yes, I like the Appleton Post-Crescent Cooking school very much. It is interesting and educational". [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, April 1, 1931, p 4].
LOCATION: 1931 - "A miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Marle Stridde, Appelton, was given Tuesday night by Mrs. A. F. Mau..." Amount those attending was Mrs. Floyd Foor, Appleton. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, May 13, 1931, p 8.].
LOCATION: 1931 - The next meeting of the Reading Circle of First English Lutheran Church will be held at the home of Mrs. Floyd Foor, 520 E. North Street, June 10th. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, May 29, 1931 p 7].
LOCATION: 1931 - Child Day Exercises at Church - Children's day exercises will take the place of the regular morning service Sunday at First English Lutheran church. The junior and intermediate program will be under Mrs. Floyd Foor's direction. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, June 4, 1931, p 8].
LOCATION: 1931 - Yule Party is Held for Church Body - A Christmas party entertained the Senior Luther League of First English Lutheran church Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor, E. North st. About 27 persons attended. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Dec. 15, 1931, p 8].
LOCATION: 1931 - Miss Verona Wachholz, Wausau, are visiting for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor, E. North St. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Dec. 29, 1931, p 4].
LOCATION: 1932 - Choir is Organized at Church - The choir of First English Lutheran church was organized at a metting Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor... [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Jan. 16, 1932, p 8].
LOCATION: 1932 - The next meeting of the Circle A of First English Lutheran church will be at the home of Mrs. Floyd Foor March 8th. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Feb. 24, 1932, p 8].
LOCATION: 1937 - 'What Is Your Policy?', Asks F. M. Foor In Talk on Automobile Insurance. Article is written by Mr. Foor, local agent for the Farmers Mutual Automobile Insurance Company of Madison. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, May 15, 1937, p 18].
LOCATION: 1937 - Mrs. F. M. Foor, 1006 E. Wisconsin Ave., will entertain the reading circle of First English Lutheran church at 2:15 Thursday afternoon at her home. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, June 6, 1937, p 9].
LOCATION: 1937 - "Foor Explains Why Farmers Mutual Car Insurance Rates Remain Lower" [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, July 13, 1937, p 18].
LOCATION: 1937 - Floyd Foors Observe Wedding Anniversary. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foor, 1008 E. Wisconsin avenue, gathered at Alicia park Monday evening for a picnic supper in celebration of the Foors' tenth wedding anniversary. After the supper the group went to the Foor home for games. Mrs. Foor and MRs. James Danielsen winning prizes at rook. Those present, in addition to the Foors, were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ballard, Mr. and MRs. Harry Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. James Danielsen and Mr. and MRs. Walter Koerner. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI., August 17, 1937 p 17].
LOCATION: 1937 - "Looking Backward", 10 years ago, Tuesday, August 16, 1927,.. Miss Elsie Mau, daughter of Henry Mau 520 E. North Street, and Floyd Foor of Columbus, Ohio, were married at 3 o'clock this afternoon at First English Lutheran church, the Rev. F. C. Reuter performing the ceremony." [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, August 17, 1937, p 6].
LOCATION: 1937 - For Sale: Facing City Park, Modern six room house, just painted, hot water heat, 2 car garage. Priced reasonable. F. M. FOor. 1008 E. Wis. Ave. Tel. 4756. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, August 31, 1937, p 19].
LOCATION: 1937 - An article about an organ recital at the Evangelical Church listed Mrs. Floyd Foor, organist at First English Lutheran Church, as one of the organists. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Sept. 23, 1937, p 11].
LOCATION: 1937 - some 1937 articles list F. M. Foor as the general chairman of different functions of the Sportsmen's club at the Eagles hall.
LOCATION: 1937 - Plan Halloween Part at Rural PTA Meeting - an old fashioned Halloween party will provide entertainment at a meeting of the Whispering Pines Parent Teachers association at 3 o'clock Wed. evening at the school. Members of the committee in charge of the party are... Floyd Foor. The school is in district 10 in the town of Grand Chute. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Oct. 23, 1937, p 9].
LOCATION: 1937 - American Flag Given to Spring Road School. The flag was presented following community singing led by Mrs. Foor... [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Oct. 30, 1937, p 8].
LOCATION: 1939 - A court of honor for members of the Whispering Pines Troup 49 Boy Scouts of America will be held tonight at the school house in the town of Grand Chute. F. M. Foor is one of the people mentioned as arranging the event. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Jan. 19, 1939, p 20].
LOCATION: 1939 - Reservations for Waltonian Dinner are Due on Tuesday - ... the annual sportsmen's banquet, sponsored by the Appleton Chapter of the Izaak Walton League... F. M. Foor is listed as one of the 3 people in charge of arrangements. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, Feb. 13, 1939, p 2].
LOCATION: 1939 - Live Animals Birds and Fish will be Shown May 26, 27, 28 - wild life exhibit shown at the Pierce park pavilion by the state conservation department...F. M. Foor heads the committee in charge of the exhibit. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, May 12, 1939, p 2.]
LOCATION: 1939 - Mrs. F. M. Foor is listed as one of the hostesses at the Laides' Aid and Missionary society which met at the First English Lutheran Church. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, June 16, 1939, p 10.]
CENSUS: 1940 Grand Chute, Outagamie Co., WI
FOOR, Floyd M., head, 35y married b OH, 3y college, insurance salesman
", Elsie, 45y b WI, 4y high school.
LOCATION: 1940 - Emil Kramer, conservation warden, an F. M. Foor, a member of the Outagamie Conservation club were in Poynette today to get 100 peasant cocks which will be released in the county Sunday by members of the conservation club.[The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, March 30, 1940, p 14].
LOCATION: 1940 - Mrs. Floyd M. Foor, new president of Appleton Business and Professional Women's club, will be delgate to both state and regional conventions... [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, May 22, 1940, p 11].
LOCATION: 1940 - Record Number of Out-of-City guests counted at Alumni Rally. Kaukama - Records of the Kaukauna High School Alumni association rally here Saturday show the affair drew the largest number of out of town alumni in it's history. Among those listed was "Elsie Mau Foor" of Appleton. [The Appleton Post-Gazette, Appleton, WI, June 11, 1940, p 12.]
LOCATION: 1941 - "Present for that first organizational meeting were Mrs. F. M. Foor...". Article about the Appleton Women's Civic Choral Society which formed a group in 1941. [Post Crescent, Appleton, WI, March 26, 1967, p V16]
LOCATION: 1943 - "25 Years Ago [on] Friday, Feb 5, 1943" - Board members of the Appleton Chaminade Chorus were...Mrs. F. M. Foor..... directors. [Post Crescent, Appleton, WI, Feb. 9, 1968, p B3]
LOCATION: 1953 - listed as the one surviving brother, Floyd, in brother Harold's Feb. 1953 obituary.
NOTE: An obit appears for Floyd M. Foor in the August 28 and 30th editions of the Miami Herald.
Death certificate at Miami-Dade Co., FL: Name listed as Floyd M. Foor, died in Miami, Dade Co., FL. Occupation was an owner of a travel agency. Died at residence. Father's name listed as Conton Foor, mother's as Caroline Barch, wife as Hope Foor. Cremation by Van Dradel Crematory of Miami, FL. Died of a Cardiac Arrest. Date of burial (or service?) was Aug. 22, 1988 at 7 p.m.
_Donald Thomas FOOR _+ | |--Susan Kae FOOR | |_Edna Mae CLINGER ___
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 11.
_Rufus Erwin FOOR _____+ | |--William Tecumseh Sherman FOOR | |_Martha Amerine OYLER _+
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom/Fairfield Co OH p 37, 221/225, listed with parents, William age 5 b OH.
CENSUS: 1880 South Washington Street, Delaware, Delaware Co., OH, visitation
117/142; p 14B, ED 119, 3rd Ward
FOOR, Rufus E. 43y nurseryman b OH; parents b PA
", Martha E., 42y wife keeping bouse b MD, parents b PA
", Mary A., 22y dau. at home b OH
", George O., 20y son, laborer, b OH
", Alma B., 17y dau at home b OH
", William T. S. 12y son at school b OH
", Mima S. 12y dau. at school b OH
", Lila B. 10y dau at school b OH
", Clarance F. 8y dau b OH [definitely says 'daughter'
", Emma E. 4y dau b OH
", James E. H. 10/12 born in August, son b OH
SHAFER, Harry, 6/12 born in Dec., grandson b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH - SD 7, ED 29, SH 4B, 2nd ward, enumerated June 5th
FOOR, Sherman, b Nov 1863, 36y b OH, parents b OH; mar 16y, house painter
", Elizabeth, wife b Sept 1868, 31y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, had 5 ch, [3?] living
", George, son b Mar 1885, 15y b OH
", John E., son b Feb 1888, 12y b OH
", Elsa, son b Mar 1899, 1y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Ross Street, Delaware, Delaware Co., OH
FOOR, Sherman, head, 45y b OH, parents b OH, married 26y, decorator, inside work
", Elizabeth, wife 40y b OH, fa b GER, ma b VA
", Clarence, brother 35y single b OH, parents b OH; decorator, inside work
", Elvie/Elzie, son 11y b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Delaware Twp., Delaware Co., OH; 19 Ross Street, ED 64 SH 3B
FOOR, Sherman, head, 51y b OH, parents b OH, [painter and paper hanger?]
", Lizzie, wife 48?y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, housekeeper at home
", Clarence, brother 48y single b OH, parents b OH, watchman
", Ellsworth, son 20y single b OH, painter and paper hanger
", Sherman, grandson 13y b OH, parents b OH
", Clarence, grandson 3y b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH; 19 Ross Street, Ward 2, Ed 21-10 SH
FOOR, Sherman, head, owns home worth $600, doesn't live on a farm, 64y b OH,
fa b OH, ma b MD, married first at age 19, hose decorator
", Elizabeth, wife 60y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b VA, married first at age 16
", Clarence, brother 54y single b OH, fa b OH, ma b MD, house decorator
", Sherman, grandson 23y single b OH, parents b OH, painter, foundry?
", Clarence, grandson 14y single b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Delaware, Delaware Co., OH
FOOR, Sherman W., head, 74y b OH
", Elizabeth, wife 71y b OH
", Clarence L., brother 66y single b OH
", Elza, son 41y divorced b OH
", James H., grandson 15y b OH
", Barbara J., granddau 10y b OH
DOM/FULL NAME/DOB/DOD/POD: From James Hursey, February 1999 email.
POM/DOM: Delware Co., Ohio Marriages, LDS Film 391398. Names listed as Lizzie Lipp and Wm. T. Sherman Foor.
DOB/POB/DOD/POD/Residence/DOBurial/POBurial: Info from Delaware Co., OH Gen Society database - FOOR info sent to me from them in March, 1999. Died of a "Coronary Occlusion". Informant was Jacob FOOR, son. Charges paid by Clarence, FOOR. Resided "lifetime" in Delaware. Resided at death at 19 Ross Street. Occupation: retired painter. One file states he lived his life in Delaware, the other says he was born in Lucas county, Ohio.
DOD/POD: Death notice in Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, April 17, 1952 lists "Sherman T. Foor, Delaware, 87, April 16".
Death certificate image. Sherman Foor, resided and died at 19 Ross St., Delaware, Delaware Co., Ohio, April 16, 1952, aged 86y 4m 16d, painter, widowed, born Nov. 30, 1865 in Ohio to Rufus Foor and Martha "Oiller". Informant was Jack Foor. Died ofcoronary occlusion. No autopsy. Buried April 18, 1952 in Oak Grove Cem., Delaware, Ohio.
_Frank Wilson FOOR _+ | |--Edna Pearl FOORE | |_Edna Viola COWAN __
NAME: Listed as a sibling preceding her in death, in Lillian's obituary.
CENSUS: 1910 Huntingdon Co., PA, ED 58, Visitation 333; miracode index
FORE, Frank, 24y b PA
", Edna, 21y wife b PA
", Pearl, 1y dau b PA
", Ralph, ?/12 son b PA
CENSUS: 1920, Robertsdale, Huntingdon Co., PA, SD 14, ED 64, SH 14?B
FORE, Edna, head, 31y widowed b PA, parents b PA, housekeeper
", Pearl E., dau 11y b PA, parents b PA
", Ralph M., son 9 b PA
", Lillian M., dau 6 b PA
", Robert W., son 4 b PA
", Frank W., son [age hard to read], b PA
From undefined website called "Grandma Fleck's Scrapbook". I'm assuming it
was someone's scrapbook, and they entered the text on this website.
Birthday in France
SGT. FRANK FOORE
Sgt. Frank W. Foore, formerly of Robertsdale, is marking his twenty-sixth
birthday today, with the engineers in France. Best wishes, Sgt. Foore! He
entered the service on June 18, 1942 and trained in Georgia, Louisiana,
Kentucky, and California. He sailed from New York in May 1944. Both his
parents are dead and he has two sisters living in Huntingdon: Mrs. John
Drolsbaugh, 1230 Moore Street, and Pearl Foore, J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital.
Two brothers, Ralph and Robert, live in Akron.
_Clyde FORD ___+ | |--Richard FORD | |_Eleanor FARK _
CENSUS: 1930 - 416 Weiser Park, Ft. Wayne, Allen Co., IN, ED 44 Sh 2B
FARK, Mary, head, owns home worth $4500, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 71y widow b IN, parents b Germany
FORD, Clyde, son-in-law 35y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 28
", Eleanor M., dau 35y b IN, parents b IN, married first at age 28
", Richard, grand son 2 4/12 b IN, parents b IN
", Clyde E., grandson 6/12 b IN, parents b IN
__ | |--Shelvie Jean FRIEND | |__
d/o Martin Perry FRIEND and Jesse Belle BRAHAM.
Shelvie is mentioned as a surviving sister, "Shelvie Foore (of) Georgetown, Texas" in sister Florence "Sally" Friend's March 2001 obituary. Sally was 80 and of St. Petersburg.
DOB: From www.anybirthday.com. Shows her name as Shelvie F. Foore, zipcode 77019 (Houston, TX).
_Michael FUHR _ | |--John George FUHR | |_Elisabeth ____
[T38986] NAME/DOB/DOBap/PARENTAGE: Lineages, Inc., comp. Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records, 1770-1820: Nockamixon Township. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.
_Jesus GARZA _____ | |--Susan GARZA | |_Gail Janet FOOR _+
[T134645] DOM/POM: Thomas G. Fuqua and Susan Kay Garza married Sept. 13, 1980 Hammond, Lake Co., IN; groom's parents James Fuqua and Barbara O'Bryan, bride's Jesus Garza and Gail Foor. Indiana marriages 1780-1992 familysearch.org, index and text, no images.
__ | |--Lucille Gwendolyn GERLACH | |__
NAME: From Kate Saar via August 2000 email. "Both were cremated and ashes scattered some place in Oregon".
DOB/DOD: Ancestry.com. Oregon Death Index, 1903-98. [database online] Provo, UT. Spouse listed as "Joe". Cert. #73-17673. Name listed as Lucille G. Foor.
1942 - Lucille Gerlach of Sioux City and Joe H. Foor of Wapello were married at Kahoka, Mo., Sunday May 17. The single ring service was performed by the Rev. George Moore and Barbara Schwob and Robert Schroeder were the attendants. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Gerlach of Sioux City and has spent some time with her sister, Mrs. Gene Nugent, of this city. Joe Foor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foor and was graduated from the Wapello high school in the class of 1940. The couple will make their home in Wapello where Mr. Foor is employed by the county. [Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Muscatine, IA., May 19, 1942].
LOCATION: 1949 - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foor, Sioux City, are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foor, and Mrs. Foor's brother [sic], Eugene Nugent, and family. Wapello news. [Democrat and Leader, Davenport, IA, July 10, 1949] (Should say "brother-in-law")
From a guestbook entry on my FOOR site:
Name: Christine Foor (for Gary Michael Foor)
E-mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
I wanted to update and correct information regarding Joe Harold Foor's (Wapello, IA) descendents: Joe Harold Foor's wife was Lucille Gwendolyn Gerlach. Gary Michael Foor has two sisters: Patty Jo Foor (now Morgart), born 3/12/1945 and Joan Paige Foor, born 7/2/1950(now Magnusen), both now live in San Diego County, CA. Gary's children are Joe Max Foor, and Michael Zeke Foor, both born June 16, 1977 in Salt Lake City, UT with then wife, Rose Peczuh, as you have it listed. Gary also has two daughters with current wife, Christine Lee Foor (Engel). Gary and Christine were married December 27, 1986. The daughters are, Traci Lee Foor, born 6/13/1988, and Samantha Renee Foor, born 6/27/1995, both born in Poway, San Diego County, CA. Gary currently resides in Sunbury, Delaware County, Ohio.
_Daniel HALDERMAN _+ | |--George S. HALDERMAN | |_Nancy STRODE _____+
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 107/1
HALDERMAN, Daniel, 28y farm laborer b OH
", Nancy, 26y keeping house b OH
", Onada H., 2y at home b OH
", ??, 3/12 male at home b OH, born in April (Name left blank)
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 15
HALDERMAN, Daniel 39y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Nancy, 35y wife keeping house b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Ovada H., 12y dau at home b OH
", George S., 10y son at home b OH
", Luella F., 7y dau at home b OH
", Mary L., 5y dau b OH
LIEBENNET, Abraham, 22y works on farm b OH; parents b VA
CENSUS: 1900 Lancaster twp., Lancaster city, Fairfield Co., OH, p 144 SH 17A
HALDERMAN, George S., head, b Apr 1870, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 2y, edge [fitter?], shoe works
", Molly C., wife b Jan 1873, 21y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, had 1 ch 1 living
", Harold, son b Sep 1898, 1y b OH, parents b OH
", Daniel, father, b Jan 1843, 57y married, married 35y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, house carpenter
", Leota, sister b June 1874, 25y single b OH, parents b OH, seamstress, shoe works
CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 14 SH 24A p 66 ward 1; Broad Street
HALDERMAN, George S., head, owns home worth $4000, 60y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 27, packer, shoe factory
", Nellie, wife 52y b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH, first married at age 19
", Laureta, dau 22y b OH
", Moria, dau 18y b OH, sales lady, department store
", Lloyd, son 15y b OH
", Paul H., son 6y b OH
Note: George's son, Harold, became a minister. In a 1927 newspaper article in the Lancaster Gazette it mentions that he was living in Fire Steele, South Dakota, and was visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Halderman of 835 N. Broad St. for a few days.
Death certificate image. George S. Halderman, 835 N. Broad, Lancaster, died Lancaster City Hospital, Fairfield Co., Ohio, March 20, 1943, aged 72y 11m 13d, married to Nellie. Born april 7, 1870 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Daniel Halderman b OH and Nancy Strode b OH. Informant was Nellie Halderman. Retired shoe worker. Died of apoplexy. Fractured him on March 16. Buried Forest Grove March 24.
__ | |--Perry HAYES | |__
NAME: From Nola Rains
_Daniel W. HAYNES _ | |--Allen HAYNES | |_Eliza R. REID ____
CENSUS: 1900 Perry, Hocking Co., OH, ED 33 SH 19A
HAYNES, Daniel, head, b Aug 1849, 50y b OH, parents b OH, teamster
", Liza, wife b July 1850, 49y b OH, mar. 38?y, had 11y ch 10 living, parents
", Allen, son b Dec 1881, 18y b OH, teamster
", Henry, son b [July?] 1882, 17y b OH
", Leona, son b July 1886, 14y b OH
", Gennie, dau b Aug 1887, 12y b OH
", Leota, dau b May 1893, 7y b OH
CENSUS 1920; Slough Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 81/81
HAYNES, Allen 41 b OH; parents b OH; farmer
", Ada R., wife 42 b OH; parents b OH
", Daniel L., son 13 b OH
", M--cal A. son 12 b OH
", Joseph N. son 6 b OH
", Woodrow N., son 4 b OH
", Gladys M., dau 10 b OH
GREELEY, Anna, mother-in-law, 81 widowed b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, p 54 SH 2A ED 189
HAYNES, Allen, head, renter, resides on a farm, 51y b OH, parents b OH, first
married at age 25, farmer
", Ada R., wife 52y b OH, parents b oH, first married at age 26
", Marcal A., son 22y b OH, cashier, freight office
", Joseph son 17y b OH
", Woodrow W., son 14y b OH
1962 - Eight Children's ages now total 658 years - Congratulations are in
store for the Haynes family, formerly of the Laurelville community. Daniel
W. Haynes, born August 28, 1849, married Eliza Reid in the year 1869 and to
this union were born 11 children, eight are still living and their ages total
658 years. These "youngsters" are Arthur Haynes, 91, 1407 W. Fair Ave.,
Lancaster; Matilda Haynes Calvert, 90, of 552 E. Franklin St., Circleville;
Diana Haynes Valentine, 85, of Rt. 1, Stoutsville; James Haynes, 84, 1920
Fulton St., Anderson, Ind.; Allen Haynes, 83, of 17 Trine St., Canal
Winchester; Henry Haynes, 79, 1772 Karr St., Springfield, Ohio; Lena Haynes
Friend, 77, of 106 Arnold Ave., Lancaster; Leota Haynes Allison, 68, 433
Fifteenth Ave., Columbus. Pearl, Herbie and Jennie are deceased. [Lancaster
Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, March 22, 1962]
OBIT: Allen Haynes, 84, Canal Winchester, died at his home Thursday night. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Gladys Blais, Canal Winchester; 3 sons, Daniel L. Haynes, Obetz, Mascal A. Haynes and Woodrow W. Haynes, both of Canal Winchester; 2 brothers, Arthur Haynes, Lancaster, Henry Haynes, Springfield; 4 sisters, Mrs. Leota Allison, Columbus, Mrs. Diana Valentine, Stoutsville, Mrs. Matilda Calvert, Circleville and Mrs. Lennie Friend, Lancaster; 17 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Services, Monday, 1 p.m. at the J. E. Grimes Funeral Home, Canal Winchester; Rev. Wendell Emrick officiating; burial, Union Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at Grimes' after noon Saturday. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1963]
__ | |-- HEISTER | |__
__ | |--Jacob HORN | |__
__ | |--Mae B. IRVIN | |__
Wednesday, April 20, 2005; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio; NEWS C06
CARPENTER Mae B. Carpenter, 83, of Hamilton Meadows, Columbus, OH, went home to be with the Lord on April 18, 2005. She was born February 21, 1922 in Chillicothe, OH to Thomas L. and Rhoda V. Russell Irvin. On August 31, 1941, she married Paul R. Carpenter, her husband of 63 years, who survives her. Survived by daughter, Linda M. (Thurman) Bailey of Logan, OH; son, David W. (Penny) Carpenter of Columbus; four grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are sisters, Bertha Lindsey of Sabina, OH and Elma McCarty of Chillicothe, OH; sisters-in-law, Grace and Mae Irvin of Chillicothe, OH. She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers Everett, Ophrey, Lloyd and Rev. Wayne E. Irvin, three sisters Cora Goble, Ellen Judy and Edne Goble, two infant sisters and one infant brother. She retired from Xerox Education publications, and attended Grace Ministries and Lockbourne Church of Christ in Christian Union. Funeral Service will be held 2 p.m. Friday, April 22, 2005 at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 West Waterloo Street, Canal Winchester. Rev. Kenneth Fuller will officiate. Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Funeral Home. Burial in Lithopolis Cemetery. Online condolences to www.spencefuneralhome.com.
_Peter Adam Edward JENNINGS _ | |--Elizabeth JENNINGS | |_Mary FIRMAN ________________
CENSUS: 1860 Greencastle, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 181/173
JENNINGS, Edward 34y shoemaker b VA
", Mary 32y b KY
", Eliza J., 14y b OH
", Caroline 12y b OH
", Catharine A., 9y b OH
", Thos. 7y b OH
", Julia 5y b OH
", Alonzo 1y b OH
", Elizabeth 1y b OH
__ | |-- JULIAN | |__
__ | |--Henry KEAR | |__
__ | |--Mary E. KELLY | |__
[T137844] Mary E. Muncie, nee Kelly, daughter of James Kelly and Edith Davenport, born Dec. 6, 1893 Tyldsely, England, born [sic] Jan. 20, 1983, buried 2nd addition, part 2, lot 180, grave 4. Next of kin Agnes Gray, daughter. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 282.
__ | |--William G. KLEIN | |__
Death certificate image 78263. William G. Klein, Cameron Hospital, Bryan, Williams Co., OH, Dec. 9, 1940, aged 85y 24d, widow of Sarah C. Klein. Born Nov. 15, 1855 in Sandusky, Ohio, to Gottleib Klein b Germany and unknown mother. A. R. Klein of IN was informant. Buried Napoleon, Ohio, Dec. 11.
DOM/POM: William Klein and Sarach C. Spangler, license May 14, married May 15, 1883; Henry Co., Ohio probate marriages as posted to the Henry Co., Ohio genealogy website.
CENSUS: 1900 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED 85 SH 2A
KLEIN, Wm. G., head, b Nov 1855, 44y b OH, parents b Germany, mar. 17y
", Sarah C., wife b July 1853, 46y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, married 17y, had 2 ch 2 living
", Anthony? R., son b Sept 1885, 14y b OH
", Goyl? L., son b Apr 1891, 9y b OH
_William LIVENSPERGER _ | |--Anna M. LIVELSBERGER | |_Elizabeth OYLER ______+
CENSUS: 1860 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 48
LIVELSBERGER, Wm. 42y blacksmith, $1000 real estate, $200 personal property, b PA
", Elizabeth, 35y b PA
", Catherine 18y b OH
", Josephine 15y b OH
", George W., 13y b OH
", Arabel, 11y b OH
", Anna M., 8y b OH
", Lucretia 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 36 p 19 or 352C
LIVENSBERGER, Elizabeth, 54y widow keeping house b PA, aprents b PA
", Lon, 20y dau at home b OH, parents b PA
", May, 17y dau at home b OH
FOX, Annie, 27y dau at home b OH, married
", John, 32y husband works on RR b PA, parents b England
", Robert, 7y son attending school b OH
WAGLEY, Frank, 16y grandson, apprentice b OH, parents b OH
BAUER, John, 60y boarder, teacher b Baden, parents b Baden.
__ | |--Sarah J. MCCLERY | |__
DOM/POM: Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001.
CENSUS: 1910 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 58 SH 10B
BEC, George W., 80y b OH, fa b Switz Germany?, ma b in US, mar. 56y, own
", Sarah J., wife 75y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, had 9 ch 6 living, no occ.
", Susanna E., dau 30y single b OH, no occ.
", Anna L., dau 35y b OH, no occ.
WALKER, William, boarder 15y b OH, parents b OH, no occ.
_Robert MCFARLAND _+ | |--Mary MCFARLAND | |_Nancy STANSBERRY _+
NAME/PARENTAGE: From Judith (Evers) Flinn who states: "The following information came from Fairfield County Ohio Probate Court records dealing with the administration of the estate of Nancy (Stansberry)McFarland. The following people are listed as her heirs: Mary Coffman, daughter,of Georgeville, Missouri Jane Shanholts, daughter, of Basil,OH Olive McFarland, daughter, Carroll, OH Rebecca Smith, daughter, of Carroll, OH Loretta Lamb, daughter, of Hooker, OH and John McFarland, son, of Carroll, OH. Administrators of the estate are named as John McFarland, Ervin Lamb and Henry Smith."
__ | |--John PARKISON | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1429
PARCHERSON, John, 34y laborer b OH
", Catherine, 35y b OH, can't read or write
", William 12y b OH
", Joseph 10y b OH
", Matilda 7y b OH
", Lydia, 5y b OH
", Daniel 4y b OH
", John 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; p 34
PARKISON, John, 44y laborer b OH, $120 personal estate
", Catharine, 43y wife b OH
", William, 22y laborer b OH
", Joseph 20y laborer b OH, attended school
", Matilda, 17y b OH, attended school
", Lydia, 15y b OH, attended school
", Daniel M., 14y b OH, attended school
", John Jr., 12y b OH, attended school
", Calvin, 8y b OH, attended school
", Sarah C., 5y b OH
", Eliza Ann, 3y b OH
", Henry, 3/12 b OH
LISTED TWICE IN 1860 -
Same township, page 38 -- some differences. No Joseph listed. Slight changes in some ages.
PARKISON, John, 43y b OH, laborer
", Catharine, 42y wife b OH
", William, 22y b OH, laborer
", Matilda, 17y b OH
", Lydia, 16y b OH
', Daniel 14y b OH, attended school
", John 12y b OH, attended school
", Calvin, 8y b OH, attended school
", Catherine 5y b OH
", Eliza Ann 3y b OH
", Henry 3/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1870 Jackson Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 377
PARKISON, John, 54y farm laborer b OH
", Mary A., 25y keeping house b OH
", Margaret, 6y at home b OH
", Franklin, 3y at home b OH
", Mary C., 8/12 at home b OH, born in October
_Charles E. PARRISH _+ | |--Forest E. PARRISH | |_Leah Forrest FOOR __+
April 1926 - Old Time Dinner at Fausnaugh Home. An old time dinner was given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fausnaugh Sunday. Covers were laid for Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Parrish and daughters Marjorie and Forest, Miss Marie Loy,
Mr. Glen Foor, Mr. Ed. Manson, Master George, Charles, Russell Merril and Joe
Floyd Fausnaugh, Alma and Anna Fausnaugh and the host and hostess. Music,
dancing and social conversation were enjoyed during the day. LANCASTER EAGLE
GAZETTE, April 27, 1926, p 3.
CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-17 Sh 15B; 549 Lawrence Street.
PARRISH, Charles E., head, owns home worth $1000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 33y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 24, section hand, railroad.
", Leah F., wife 30y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20
", Margaret, 10y b OH, parents b OH
", Forest E., dau 8y b OH, parents b OH
DOB/DOD/SPOUSE: Via Nov. 1998 email of Wendy Wofford.
__ | |--James A. PATRICK | |__
__ | |--Gersham PLOTTS | |__
NAME: From son's baptismal records
DOB/POB: From Charlotte Silva via May 2000 email.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH; visitation 76/76
PLOTTS, Gershom 59y farmer b NY
", Mary A., 54y b NY
", Ira. 20y farmer b OH
", Oliver 13y b OH
", Moses 10y b OH
"IRA PLOTTS, merchant, Vanlue, born July 10, 1830, in Fairfield
County, Ohio, is a son of Gershom and Mary (Plotner) Plotts. natives of Pennsylvania, who came to Ohio in 1800. Gershom Plotts was one of the pioneers of Fairfield County and Hancock County, Ohio, and a soldier in the war of 1812, having enlisted in Fairfield County. He was three times married and was the father of ten children, eight of whom are still living: Hiram, Washington, Andrew J., John, William L., Ira, Oliver and Moses. In 1834 Ira Plotts, our subject, was brought to Hancock County with his parents, who settled in Amanda Township on Section 16, near Vanlue. Gershom Plotts remained in Amanda Township twenty years, and in 1854 he removed to Michigan, where he died. Ira Plotts went to Michigan with his parents, and in 1859 returned to Hancock County, Ohio, where he has since remained. He married, in 1854, Mary J., daughter of George Morehart, of Amanda Township, this county. To this union have been born ten children, five of whom are living: Ella, wife of S. C. Chesebro; Etta, wife of J. V. Rice; Augusta, wife of F. Cross; Alwilda J. and Sarah. In 1860 Mr. Plotts embarked in the grocery business, adding in 1863 the, dry goods branch, and has been engaged in the grocery and dry goods business ever since. He has been a successful business man. He has served .as justice of the peace six years. He has a farm near Vanlue, this county, on which he has passed a good portion of his time. In politics Mr. Plotts is a Democrat; a member of the I. O. O. F." "HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO", Warner, Beers & CO., 1886, p 668."
__ | |--Myrtle V. PORTER | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; sheet 11B; Duvall Road
FOOR, George, head, 29y b PA, parents b PA, married at age 26, rents home
worth $320, does not live on a farm, coal miner
", Myrtle, wife, 27y b PA, parents b England, married at 24y
", George, son 1 11/12 b PA
PORTER, Ruth, sister-in-law, 13y b PA, parents b PA
PORTER, Martha, sister-in-law 35y single b England, parents b England
__ | |-- PRICE | |__
__ | |-- RAVER | |__
_Arthur REICHART _ | |--Juanita Maude REICHART | |_Lesta A. SANDS __+
CENSUS: 1930 Ridge Twp., Shelby Co., IL; ED 25 SH 9A p 175
SANDS, Otto, head, 60y widow b IL, parnets b OH
REICHART, Lest, dau 39y widow b IL, fa b IL, ma b OH
", Grace, 18y grand dau b IL, parents b in U.S.
", Frances, 16y b IL, parents b in U.S.
", Waneta, granddau 6y b IL, parents b IL
", Audery, granddau 4y b IL, parents b IL
DOD/DOB: Name listed as Lesta Sands Reichart, 1891-1940, cemetery inscriptions at herrickil.com. "Wife of J. A. Reichart".
__ | |--Lynda-Marie RICCI | |__
NAME: From obit of daughter, March 2002.
DOB: estimated. ussearch.com shows her as age 37 in 2003.
LOCATION: switchboard.com shows her with a Burlington, NJ address.
_Robert Henry RITCHEY _+ | |--Joshua Russell RITCHEY | |_Robin Dianne LENHART _
[T84942] NAME/DOB/POB: From Valerine Ilene (Ritchey) Trimble via Jan. 2005 email.
__ | |-- ROLEY | |__
__ | |--Jacqueline Theresa ROSE | |__
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 16.
www.anybirthday.com shows her with a Jacksonville, Florida, zipcode.
__ | |--Constance Louise SHAEFFER | |__
__ | |--Martha SKINNER | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial/Spouse: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 389. "Martha, widow of Jonathan of East Windsor, Conn.,". Also p 294.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 4 line 13. Martha Piney. One female 50-60.
_Joseph Henry SMITH _+ | |--Carrie Marie SMITH | |_Allie May OYLER ____+
NAME/DOB/DOBap/POBap/Parentage: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 34. Sponsors: "parents, at house".
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 5, SH 7A, enumerated June 9, 1900
SMITH, Joseph H., b Oct 1867, 33y b OH, parents b OH, mar 9y, farmer
", Allie M., wife b Sept 1867 OH, 32y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch, 5 living
", George, son b Jan 1888, 12y b OH, at school
", Libbie, dau b Oct 1892, 8y b OH, at school
", Carrie, dau b Jan 1894, 6y b OH
", Myrtel, dau b Oct 1896 3y b OH
", Melvin, son b Mar 1900 OH
CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 100
SMITH, Joseph H. 43 b OH
", Allie 43 b OH
", Libbie 18 dau b OH
", Carrie 16 dau b OH
", Myrtle 13 da b OH
", Melvin 10 son b OH
", Clara 8 dau b OH
", Bertha 4 dau b OH
CENSUS: 1920 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, ED 65, SH 9A, Miller avenue.
FOOR, Emerson, head, 36y b OH, parents b OH, letter carrier, goverment
", Carrie M., wife, 25y b OH, parents b OH
", Sanford H., son 4 9/12 b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 9 SH 4B ward 1
CHRISTIAN, Gordon G., head, owns home worth $5000, owns a radio set, 43y b
OH, parents b OH; engineer, railroad
", Carrie, wife 34y b OH, parents b OH
", Wayne S., son 15y b OH, parents b OH [actually Wayne S. Foor]
", Norma M., dau 4 9/12 b OH
", Gertrude E., dau 3 ?/12 b OH
", Joanne M., dau 2 ?/12 b OH
WEAVER, Ruth N., lodger, 22y single b PA, parents b PA
OBIT: Mrs. Carrie Christian, 302 E. Markison Av. Survived by husband, Mr. Gordon Christian; son, Wayne Foor; 3 daughters, Norma Mae, Gertrude, and Joanne; 3 sisters, Mrs. Libbie Nothstine, Mrs. Myrtle Donley, Mrs. bertha Wilson; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Smith; 1 brother, Melvin Smith. Funeral arrangements i ncharge of Jerry Spears. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 24, 1939, p 6A]
Death certificate image. Carrie G. Christian (Mrs. Gordon Christian) of Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, died in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio, Dec. 23, 1939 aged 45y 10m 24d. Married to Gordon G. Christian. Born Jan. 29, 1894 in Lithopolis, Ohio, to Joseph H. Smith b Logan Co., Ohio and Aolice M. Oyler b OH. Informant was husband. Buried Lithopolis Dec. 26. Died in the Jewish Hospital of carcinoma of breast.
POBurial: Name listed as Carrie Christian 1894-1939. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 181.
_Nathan M. SMITH _____+ | |--Charles M. SMITH | |_Anna Margaret OYLER _
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 4
SMITH, Nathan M., 30y farm laborer b OH, $120 personal estate
", Anna M., 25y keeping house b OH
", Leroy [I.?], 4y at home b OH
", Charley M., 2y at home b OH
", Eliza 24y helps with house work b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 16
SMITH, Nathan M., 40y laborer b OH; parents b PA
", Anna M., 37y wife, keeping house b OH; parents b MD
", Leroy G. 15y son at school b OH
", Charley M., 12y son at school b OH
", Herbert D., 9y son at school b OH
", Ervin, 5y son at school b OH
", Harvy H., 2y son b OH
", Hattie M., 8/12 born September, dau b OH
__ | |--Margaret Diane SMITH | |__
It appears Margaret's maiden name was Snyder rather than Smith?
ELAINE JANE SNYDER
CHESTER, MD: Elaine Jane Snyder died on Thursday, December 08, 2005 in Lewes, DE. She was 84 years old.
Born on October 20, 1921 in Queen Anne, MD, she was the daughter of the late Reynolds and Irene Morgan Murphy. She graduated from Tri County High School, class of 1939. Mrs. Snyder worked for Friel Lumber Company in Queenstown, MD. She then worked in Annapolis, MD as a secretary for the Comptroller of the Treasury for the State of Maryland. She married Charles "Buck" Snyder of Stevensville, MD in 1946. He predeceased her in May of 1998.
Mrs. Snyder was an active member of the Kent Island United Methodist Church in Chester, MD. She was also a member of the Association of Retired Employees of the State of Maryland, AARP, Kent Island Heritage Society, Kent Island Homemaker's and The Mary's Circle.
She is survived by a daughter, Margaret Diane Foor and son-in-law Dr. James C. Foor of Milton, DE; two granddaughters, Marsha Lynn Clough of Cordova, MD and Teresa Marie Rhodes of Centreville, MD; four great grandchildren, James Eric and Ashley Nicole Clough of Cordova, MD and James Brandon and Morgan Marie Rhodes of Centreville, MD; a great-great grandson, Nathan Tyler Brown of Cordova, MD and a sister, Betty Anne Drummer of Centreville, MD. In addition to her husband, Charles "Buck" Snyder, she is predeceased by three brothers, George, Elmer and William Murphy.
Funeral services will be held at the Kent Island United Methodist Church, Chester, MD on Monday, December 12, 2005 at 1pm, where friends and family may visit one hour before. Interment will be private. Arrangements by Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, P. A.
_Lafayette Jeremiah A. SMITH _+ | |--Ray SMITH | |_Pella Hester OYLER __________+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 9a, enumerated
13th of June, visitation 183/194
SMITH, Lafayette, b May 1851?, 49y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, farmer
", Pella A., wife b Sept 1860, 39y b OH, parents b OH, mar 21y had 9 ch 7
", Martin, son b Oct 1880, 20y b OH, farm labor
", Monro, son b May 1883, 17y b OH, at school
", May, dau b Oct 1885, 14y b OH, at school
", Roy, son b Oct 1887, 12y b OH, at school
", Ella, dau b Feb 1889, 10?y b OH, at school
", Stephen, son b Apr 1893, 7y b OH
", Le[c?]roy, son b Oct 1897, 2y b OH
The following census extractions may or may not be that of this Ray Smith:
CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 123 SH 4B
SMITH, Ray, roomer, 23y b OH, parents b OH, show barker, married once, mar 2y
", Margaret, roomer, 19y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 2y, had 0 ch 0 living
NOTE: in 1910 they appear to reside in a rooming house.
1917 draft registration form. Name listed as Ray Smith, 540 W. Town St., Columbus, Ohio, born Oct. 9th, 1886 in Circleville, Ohio, short height, medium build, brown hair and eyes, ral road brekeman in Columbus, wife and one child. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
1948 - listed as one of three surviving brothers -- Ray, Monroe and Leroy
Smith -- in sister Lula May Bowman's May obit.
CENSUS: 1920 - Indiantown twp., Bureau Co., IL; ED 16 SH 3B
SMITH, Ray A., head, 32y b OH, parents b OH
", Mary E., wife 31y b IL, fa b IL, fa b Ireland
", Ursula, dau 5y b IL
", Joseph N., son 4 8/12 b IL
1929 - listed as Ray of Zalzell, Illinois, in father's obituary.
CENSUS: 1930 Dalzell village, Hall Township, Bureau Co., IL; ED 16 SH 4B
SMITH, Ray, head, rents home for $7/month, 42y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer, married 26y
", Mary, wife 42y b IL, fa b IL, ma b Northern Ireland
", Joseph, son 13y b IL
", Mary R., dau 9y b IL
", Eugene, son 8y b IL
_Adam SNYDER ____+ | |--Sarah Christina SNYDER | |_Anna Mary ROOF _
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 57/54
SNYDER, Adam 39y farmer b OH
", Anna M. 29y b OH
", Amelia D. 7y b OH
", Sarah C. 6y b OH
", Clara E. 3y b OH
", Thos. 2y b OH
", Martin L. 1/3 b OH
HESS, Debazee 23y b OH
SNIDER, Elizabeth 70y b PA [visitation 57/55]
", Mary 46y b OH
HESS, Mary 1/3 b IA
CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 183/187
SNYDER, Adam, 48y farmer b OH
", Anna M., 38y keeping house b OH
", Sarah C., 17y helps mother b OH
", Mary, 15y attending school b OH
", Theodore, 12y attending school b OH
", Luther, 10y attending school b OH
", William H., 9y attending school b OH
", Emma C., 6y attending school b OH
", Fannie R., 5y at home b OH
", Minor L., 2y at home b OH
DOM/POM: Sarah C. Snyder and Joseph A. Baum, Jan. 19, 1877, Pickaway Co.,
Ohio. FHL Batch M513164 Pickaway Co., Ohio probate marriages, 1869-1878.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 108; SH 5A
BAUM, Joseph, head, b Sep 1854, (blob), married 23y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Sarah C., wife b Feb 1853, 47y b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living
", Lena L., dau b July 1879, 20y single b OH
", Clara B., dau b Mar 1881, 19y b OH
", Crissie C., dau b Aug 1889, 10y b OH
', Claton B., son b Sep 1894, 5y b OH
OBIT: Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Christina Baum, aged 79, one of Ashville's most highly respected women, who passed away Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Sark in that village, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the St. Paul Lutheran church with Rev. E. h. E. Winterhoff officiating. Interment will be in Reber Hill mausoleum by E. F. Schlegel. Mrs. Baum, who was the widow of Joseph A. Baum who died in June 1931, had been bedfast for 11 weeks. She was a native of Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., being born Feb. [28?] 1853, a daughter of Adam and Anna Mary Roof Snyder. She is survived by four children, Mrs. John Hay, wife of the county commissioner, Mrs. Sark at whose home she died, Mrs. W. E. Peters of Madison twp., and Clayton Baum of Madison Twp., for brothers, Dr. M. L. Snyder of Idaho, Miner Snyder of Bexley, [B. C.?] of Worthington and W. H. Snyder of Lithopolis; two sisters, Mrs. F. J. Hines of Walnut Twp. and Mrs. G. D. Griffith of Ashville. [Circleville Herald, Circleville, Ohio, Oct. 10, 1932]
Death certificate image. Sarah Christina Baum died Oct. 8, 1932 in Ashville, Pickaway Co., Ohio, widowed, aged 79y 7m 17d, husband was Joseph Baum. Born Feb. 22, 1853 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, to Adam Snyder b OH and Anna Mary Roof b Circleville, OH. Informant was Mrs. John Hay or Hoy. Buried Reber Hill Oct. 11.
__ | |--Richard Wayne STEURY | |__
__ | |--Robert A. STEVENS | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 332. Years only; 1894-1927. Next of kin listed is Ruth Stevens Schultz, first wife.
"Buried in Lithopolis - Funeral services were held yesterday at Lithopolis for Robert A. Stevens, 34, who died suddenly at his home in Upped [Upper?] Montclaire, NJ. Surviving are the widow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lehman, formerly of Lancaster, and two daughters". [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1927]
POB: Children's census records show their father was born in IL.
__ | |-- TEFORD | |__
__ | |--George TONG | |__
[T76346] According to numerous submissions to ancestry.com and www.familysearch.com, George Tong was the second husband of Nancy (Tallman) Harrison. Is this the same George Tong who was the guardian of Nancy (Tallman) Harrison's minor children after her husband died?
__ | |--William VAN GUNDY | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 190 SH 5A
Van Gundy, Walter L., head, 34y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 23, buffer, auto lamp co.
", Dortha E., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 23
", Francis D., son 10y b OH
", Virginia E., dau 9y b OH
", Violet M., dau 5y b OH
LOCATION: 1939 - listed as daughter Mrs. Dortha Van Gundy of Groveport in mother's May obituary. Mother died at Dortha's home.
_Jesse S. WALTERS _+ | |--William WALTERS | |_Mary KEMP ________
CENSUS: 1850 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 315
WALTERS, Jesse, 30y pedlar b OH
", Mary, 30y b OH
", Sarah A., 5y b OH
", Martha J., 2y b OH
", William O., 3/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 115
WALTERS, Jesse, 39y carpenter, $500 real estate, $100 personal estate, b OH
", Mary, 41y b OH
", Sarah A., 15y b OH
", Martha J., 13y b OH
", William, 10y b OH
", Henry, 8y b OH
", Alice E., 4y b OH
DOD/POD: Image not available. Index shows William Alonzo Walters died Sept. 8, 1927 in Mccomb village, Hancock Co., Ohio, born March 4, 1850 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to Jesse Walters born Lancaster, Ohio and Mary Kemp b same. Wife Emma Walters. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery Sept. 11. Died at 77y 6m 4d. Retired.
_Everett WILLIAMSON ____ | |--Alvin Lee WILLIAMSON | |_Gertrude Louetta FOOR _+
NAME/DOB/POB/DOD: Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1993-98 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Original electronic data from: Ohio Department of Health. Listed as married. Father's surname Williamson, mother's FOOR. 8 years of schooling. V 29505, Cert. 63234.
LOCATION: 1967 - listed as a surviving son, of 673 Taylor Road in father's Nov. obit.
OBIT: Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH; Aug. 14, 1993, p 4C
Alvin L. Williamson, age 55, of Co. Rd. 25, Cardington, Oh., died at his home Thursday afternoon August 12, 1993, following a five week illness. Born July 16, 1938 at Appleton, Oh., Licking County, he was the son of the late Everett and Gertrude Louetta Foor Williamson. Mr. Williamson served with the U.S. Army from 1960 - 62. He was a welder, having worked with Worthington Cylinders for 20 years. He was married to Karen Lafontaine on August 21, 1981 at Columbus, Oh. and she survives. He had lived in Morrow County 10 years and previous to that had resided in the Columbus area. Other survivers are a son, Alvin Williamson Jr. of Cardington; daughters, Kelly Sutherland and Lisa Waters of Pataskala; step-son, Vincent Lyons of Cardington; step-daughter, Jennifer Lyons of Mt.Gilead; sisters, Phyllis McGee and Norma Day, both of Cardington. Friends may call at the GOMPF FUNERAL HOME, Cardington on sunday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. The funeral service will be officiated by Pastor William bell at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Glendale Cemetery, Cardington. Any memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Morrow County, P O Box 272, Mt. Gilead, Oh. 43338 or left at the funeral home.