Hannah

[10925]

14 Nov 1758 - 14 Feb 1837

Family 1 : Jonathan HARTZOG
  1.  Sarah HARTZOG
  2.  Samuel HARTZOG
  3.  Charity HARTZOG
  4.  Benjamin HARTZOG
  5.  Peter HARTZOG
  6.  Polly HARTZOG
  7.  Jonathan HARTZOG
  8.  Betsy HARTZOG
  9.  Daniel HARTZOG
  10.  Jean HARTZOG
  11.  Isaac HARTSOCK

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[10925] NAME: Mentioned in husband's partition records.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 90. "Hannah, wife of Jonathan", died at 78y 3m. Age at death is illegible on stone by 1996, and info is taken from an earlier transcription. DOB is figured from age at death.

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William F. ALSPACH

[15859]

ABT 1867 - AFT 1 Jun 1880

Father: John D. ALSPACH
Mother: Melinda ROCKEY


 _John D. ALSPACH _
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[15859] CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 290/297
ALPACH, John D., 50y farmer b OH
", Malinda, 42y keeping house b OH
", Cornelius, 26y farmer b OH
", Caleb, 24y farmer b OH
", John W., 20y works on farm b OH
", Prusilla, 15y attending school b OH
", Eliza J., 12y attending school b OH
", David, 10y attending school b OH
", Daniel, 8y attending school b OH
", Julia, 7y attending school b OH
", William, 5y at home b OH
", America, 2y at home b OH

CENSUS; 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 17
ALSPACH, John D., 69y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Melinda, 49y wife keeping house, can't write b OH; parents b VA
", David, 20y son works on farm b OH
", Daniel, 17y son works on farm b OH
", Julia A., 16y dau at home b OH
", William F., 13y son at home b OH
", America, 11y dau at home b OH


NOTE!! The following 1910 & 20 census is NOT for this William Alspach. The following was found to be that of William, s/o Jacob and Ruth Alspach/Alspaugh.

CENSUS: 1900 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 22 Sh 2B
ALSPACH, William, head, b Jan 1865, 35y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Mary, wife b June/Jan 1870, 30y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 13y had 2 ch 2 living
", Flora, dau b Aug 1888, 11y b OH
", Charley, son b Sep 1889, 10y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 78 Sh 10B
ALLSPAUGH, William E.?, head, 45y b OH, parents b OH, married once, mar. 23y, farmer
", Maria C., wife 40y b OH, parents b OH, married once, had 3 ch 2 living
", Agatha C., dau 4y b OH

CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 32 SH 1A
ALSPAUGH, William E., head, 54y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Catharine M., wife 50y b OH, parents b OH
", Agatha B., dau 14y b OH

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John BIRKHEAD

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Family 1 : Flora della HILDINGER

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Estella L. BOURNE

[31147]

9 May 1879 - ____

Father: Frederick BOURNE
Mother: Elsie FINK


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|_Elsie FINK _______

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[31147] DOB/POB: Fairfield Co., Ohio probate birth images. Estella L. Bourne b May 9, 1879 Amanda twp. to Frederick Bourne and Eles A. Fink of Bloom Twp.

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Ida Della BOWMAN

[13020]

10 Dec 1873 - 1955

Father: Benjamin F. BOWMAN
Mother: Mary Catherine KIBLER

Family 1 : Edward SPARKMAN
  1.  Mary E. SPARKMAN
  2. +Florence SPARKMAN
  3.  Frederick B. SPARKMAN
  4.  Nellie SPARKMAN

 _Benjamin F. BOWMAN ____+
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[13020] "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 329. Years only. Name shown as "Ida D.", nee Bowman. Buried 3rd addition part 1 lot 87 grave 2.

DOB/POB: Ida L. Bowman born Dec. 10, 1873 Bloom Twp. to Benjamin Bowman and Catharine Cibler of Bloom Twp. Fairfield County, Ohio Probate Record of Births, FamilySearch.org, images.

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 3
BOWMAN, Benj. F., 29y farmer b OH; fa b PA, ma b OH
", Mary C., 26y wife keeping house b OH; parents b Wurtemberg
", Ida D., 6y dau b OH
", Amos R., 4y son b OH
", Emanuel C., 3/12 born in February, son, b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 5, SH 6B, enumerated June 8, 1900
visitation 139/146
BOWMAN, Benjamin, b Jan 1851, 49y b OH, parents b OH, mar 26y, farmer
", Mary C., wife b Mar 1854, 46y b OH, parents b Germany, had 4 ch, 3 living
", Ida D., dau b Dec 1875, 24y single b OH, dress maker
", Amos R., son b Jul 1877, 23y single b OH, painter & paper hanger
", Emanuel C., son b Feb 1880, 20y single b OH, farmer
LAWYER (?), Oren C., nephew, b Sep 1888, 11y single b OH, father b PA, mother OH, at school

CENSUS: 1910 Fairfield Co., OH district 53 vis 162
SPARKMAN, Edward 30 b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, painter
", Della 36 b OH, mar 9y, had 4 ch 3 living, parents b OH
", Mary A. dau 7 b OH
", Florence dau 3 b OH
", Frederick son 2 b OH

LOCATION: 1927 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Stella Sparkman of Lithopolis in mother's April obit.

CENSUS: 1930 Greencastle-Lancaster Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH,
Sheet 1A.
SPARKMAN, Edward, head, rents home for $20/month, owns radio set, lives on
farm, 49y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, farm operator, married at age 21.
", Ida D., wife 56y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 27.
STROHM, Mary L., granddaughter, 4 2/12 b OH, parents b OH

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Harold BUCK

[11558]

20 Apr 1910 - 13 Feb 1993

Father: William BUCK
Mother: Meda FOOR


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[11558] NAME/PARENTAGE/DOB/POB/DOD: Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1993-98 [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001-. Name listed as Harold BUCK. Mother's surname FOOR. Born and died in Fulton Co. Died at 82y, married. V 29292, Cert. 9847.

CENSUS: 1920 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; ED 28 SH 5B, Metamora
BUCK, Meda, head, 39y widow, day laborer
", Earlon, son 19y b OH [image hard to read, especiall occupations]
", Donney?, son 18y b OH
", Leo F.?, son 17y b OH
", Harold, son 10y b OH
", Verna, 7y dau b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; ED 26-1 SH 6A
BUCK, Meda, head, owns home worth $1500, owns a radio set, does not live on a
farm, 49y widow b OH, fa b PA, ma b MI, married at 17y, servant
", Harold, son 19y b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, printer, printing office
", Verna, dau 17y b OH

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Ana Maria BURKET

[4359]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Leonard Barnhart NOTESTINE
  1. +Wilhelm Henry NOTESTINE
  2.  Elisabeth NOTHSTEIN

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[4359] DOM/POM: Names listed as Leonard Notestine and Polly Burket; familysearch.org, FHL, Marriage records 1818-1986, Perry Co., OH, film 0910669.

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Mabel CASEY

[18587]

Sep 1878 - 20 Dec 1963

Family 1 : Ray Melvin FOOR
  1. +Mary J. FOOR

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[18587] CENSUS: 1900 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; Precinct F; ED 109 SH 8B; 721 Orchard Street
CASEY, Mary, head, b Mar 1843, 59y widow had 7 ch 7 living, b OH, parents b Germany
", [Noah?], son b Mar 1871, 29y single b OH, parents b OH, grinder
", Frank, son b Mar 1875, 25y single b OH, parents b OH, grinder
", Mabel, dau b Sep 1878, 21y single b OH, cashier at dry goods store

CENSUS: 1910 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; precinct K, SH 4B ED 93; 2550 Maplewood.
FOOR, Melvin R., head, 33y b OH, parents b OH, stone mason, milliners
", Mable, wife, 29y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, mar. 6y
", Mary, dau 5y b OH, parents b OH
CASEY, Mary, mother-in-law 67y mar. 48y had 8 ch 7 living b OH, parents b OH
(Looks like the M for married may have been crossed out for Mary Casey, and
WD for widowed inserted).

CENSUS: 1920 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED 84, SH 2A
FOOR, Melvin, head, 42y b OH, parents b OH, merchant, dry goods
", Mabel, wife, 40y b OH, parents b OH
", Mary, dau 14y b OH, parents b OH
CASEY, Mary, mother-in-law, 76y widow b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED 209 SH 4A, Maplewood Ave.
FEAR, Melvin R., head, 53y b OH, married at 26y, merchant, drygoods.
", Mable, wife 48y b OH, married at 22y, fa b PA, ma b OH
CASEY, Mary, mother, 87y widow, married at 19y, parents b Germany

CENSUS: 1940 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED 95-131 SH 6A; 3217 Kimball Avenue
FOOR, Melvin, head, 63y b OH, high school 4y, both reside same home they did in April 1935, salesman, retail dept. store, worked 48 hours last week and 52 weeks in 1939. Income $2500.
", Mabel, wife 61y b OH, high school 4y

DOD/POD: Mabel C. Foor died 20 Dec 1963 Toledo, Lucas Co., Ohio, widowed, aged 83. 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.

POBurial: Wood County, Ohio, Chapter OGS website shows a shared stone, FOOR, with Melvin R 1877-1959 and Mabel 1880-1963, Beaver Creek Cem.

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James Owyer CHAPMAN

[27517]

25 Aug 1912 - 20 Nov 1998

Father: Brice Henry CHAPMAN
Mother: Myrtie E. MCCARTY

Family 1 : Alice Geneva THRUSH

 _Brice Henry CHAPMAN _
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[27517] CENSUS: 1920 Clendenin district, Mason Co., WV, SH 13B ED 78
CHAPMAN, Bryce H., head, 39y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Myrtie, wife 29y b WV, parents b OH
", Evelyn, dau 12y b WV
", Alma, dau 9y b WV
", Oyer, son 7y b WV (James?)
", Oris?, son 2 0/12 b WV. (Forest?)

CENSUS: 1930 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, ED 34 p 43
CHAPMAN, Brice H., head, 50y b OH, parentts b OH, farmer
", Mertie E., wife 40y b WV, parents b OH
", Alma M., dau 20y b WV
", James O., son 19y b WV, farm laborer
", Forest D., son 13y b WV
", Johnie D., son 7y b WV.

OBIT: James O. Chapman, age 86, of Columbus, Friday, Nov. 20, 1998, at Arbors East. He is survived by wife Geneva, children Ada Rau of Columbus, Sue (Lewis) Baur of [Bohvar? Bolivar?], Ohio, James R. (Peggy) Of Florida and Robert H. (Donna) of Reynoldsburg, many nieces and nephews, sisters Evelyn Stephenson of Phoenix, AZ., and Alma Baker of Delaware, Ohio, brother Dale (Margie) Chapman of Carroll, sister-in-law Vera Chapman of Columbus, and loving aunt Alice Thrush of Columbus. Friends may visit Sunday 2-4 and 6-8 at the Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. Rev. David Drewes officiating. Interment Betzer Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1998]

DOD/POD/DOB/POB: Name listed as Owyer James Chapman born 25 Aug 1912 in WV, died at 11:50 p.m. in a long-term care facility in Columbus, 11 years of education, married, father's surname Chapman, mother's McCarty. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Charles Clinton CLARK

[13401]

12 Mar 1877 - 2 Jan 1948

Father: Van Buren CLARK
Mother: Mary M. HICKLE

Family 1 : Josephine Adeline WAGNER
Family 2 : Alice Della KIGER

 _Van Buren CLARK _+
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[13401] DOD: Charles Clark, age 72 of Bloom Twp., died 2 Jan 1948 at the Fairfield Co., Infirmary. No place of intended burial mentioned. "Infirmary Records, Fairfield Co., Ohio, 1848-1910 and Death Records From the Infirmary Records 1911-1980", Fairfield County, Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1994, p 107.

CENSUS: 1880 Amanda, Hancock Co., OH, p 499B
CLARK, Van, 42y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Mary, wife, 38y b OH, keeping house, parents b OH
", Ervin, son 20y b OH, works on farm
", Martha, dau 13y b OH
", Dora, dau 9y b OH
", Alwilsith?, dau 7y b OH
", John, son 5y b OH
", Charly, son 3y b OH
", California, dau-in-law 19y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 8B, enumerated
12th of June, visitation 177/187
CLARK, Van, b Nov 1837, 41y b OH, father b PA, ma b VA, farmer
", Mary, wife b Sept 1842, 57y b OH, parents b OH, had 9 ch, 7 living, mar
41y
", Charles, son, b Mar 1876, 24y, married 2y, b OH, farm labor (no wife
listed)
NOTE: in 1900, his wife is listed as widowed.

1901 - May 10, 1901 issue: Alice Della Clark was granted a divorce from
Charles C. Clark and the restoration of her maiden name, Alice Della Kiger.
"Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V5, 1896-1900",
Fairfield County Gen., Society, Jan. 2005, p 11.

CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 53, visitation 199
CLARK, Charles, 34y b OH, mar 1y, parents b OH, farmer
", Josephine A., 49y b NY, wife, parents b Germany, had 0 ch 0 living
NOTE: Both are shown as having been married twice.

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus Street, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH visitation 41/43; taken January 1920
CLARK, Charlie C. 42 b OH; parents b OH - general farm laborer
", Josephine A. wife b NY, father b ?, mother b [Ravensburg], mother's 'native tongue' is German

LOCATION: 1926 - Fined for Disturbing - Chas. Clarke, 50, of Lithopolis, pled guilty this afternoon in Mayor Stoody's court there and was fined $25 and costs for disturbing the peace. He was arrested yesterday by the marshal and brot [sic] to the county jail at Lancaster. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, Jun 19, 1926].

LOCATION: 1927 - Charles Clark of Lithopolis was taken by Deputy Sheriff Behrens to the workhouse at Dayton. Clark must serve 30 days there for using obscene language in the present [sic] of women. [Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio, June 28, 1927]

CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 1B
CLARK, Charles, head, owns home worth $480, doesn't live on a farm, 54y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 32, laborer, public roads
", Josephine, wife 69y b NY, parents b Germany, first married at age 48

CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 23-6
CLARK, Charles C., head, 65y b OH, 6th grade education, both reside same home they did in April 1935
", Josephine, wife, 78y b NY, 4th grade education

Death: 01 Jan 1949, age 70. Charles Clark, Lithopolis community resident, died Friday, at 6 p.m., following a short illness. He is survived by two sisters: Mrs. Dora Spangler, Lancaster, and Mrs. Eliza Sole Findlay. Funeral rites were held Monday, 2 p.m. at the Kistler Brothers funeral home. Burial in Amanda-tp cemetery.
01 Jan 1949; Unknown

Death certificate image. Charles Clinton Clark died in the Fairfield County Home, Pleasant Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 70y 8 m 20d (may be 9 months), born Mar 12, 1877 in Bloom Twp., Ohio, retired laborer, father Van Clark b Bloom Twp., mother Mary Hickle born Ross County, Ohio. Informant Mrs. Dora Spangler of Lancaster. Buried Amanda Twp. Cem., Jan. 5.
1898 - June 18th issue. Mrs. Maggie Kiger, widow of Ivan Kiger of near
Royalton, and her daughter, Miss Alice, became the prides of Erwin Clark of
VanLue and Charles Clark of Royalton. "Genealogical Abstracts from The
Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V5, 1896-1900", Fairfield County Gen., Society,
Jan. 2005, p 81.

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Paul CLARK

[707]

13 Oct 1924 - 18 May 2007

Family 1 : Ruth Laverne FOOR
  1. +Elsie L. CLARK
  2. +Dennis R. CLARK
  3. +Randy P. CLARK

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[707] FOOR BOOK, p 7

DOD:: From Carol Foor Barnett via Aug. 2013 email.

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Hugh CREIGHTON

[5724]

ABT 1773 - 19 May 1857

Family 1 : Nancy HUNTER
  1.  William H. CREIGHTON
  2.  Jane CREIGHTON
  3.  Henry CREIGHTON
  4.  Samuel CREIGHTON
  5. +Joseph Hunter CREIGHTON Rev.

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[5724] "Hugh, son of Edward, born in the County of Tyrone, Ireland, died May 19, 1857 aged 84 y... father of William H., Jane, Henry, Samuel and Joseph H.", "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 373.

CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1598
CREIGHTON, Hugh 77y farmer b Ireland
", Nancy 70y b Ireland
", Henry 35y b OH
GROTMAN, Catherine 46y b Germany

"Hugh Creighton, a native of Ireland, moved to this state from PA in 1804. He resided two or three years at Zanesville, and then settled in Bloomfield [Pickaway Co. OH]. In 1816, he came to Walnut [township] and bought...100 acres... with his son, Samuel, built the mills now owned by Mr. Spindler. He finally moved to Fairfield county, near Lithopolis, where he died, in 1858, in his 85th year. His wife was 87 at her death, surviving her husband 8 years. They had four sons and a daughter, now widow of Cyrus Hedges, and residing in Walnut. Two of the sons survive--Samuel, in Lithopolis, and Joseph, a Methodist minister, at present presiding elder of the Chillicothe... William, the oldest, was among the early pioneers of Iowa. Henry was murdered by his wife in January, 1877. She was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to the State penitentiary for 3 years.", "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 276.

Tombstone photo: Hugh Creighton, son of Edward, Father of William, Jane, Henry, Samuel, Joseph H. Born in the county of Tyrone, Ireland. Died May 19th, 1857, aged 84 years.

"Remarks by Rev. J. H. Creighton. Rev. J. H. Creighton, of Lithopolis, was then introduced. Said he: My father came from the south of Ireland when he was 19 years old. He could neither read or write, but fell in company with an Irish weaver, one of Wesley's men, and sat by his loom during one winter where he learned reading, writing, arithmetic and surveying. This early ignorance was no fault of his, for, where he came from the inhabitants mostly live in mud cabings, smoke poor tobacco, drink bad whisky, sleep with their dogs and swear at the government. Neither was it any want of ability, for when he came to happy America (as he often called it) he became one of the best teachers and scholars in the country. He came to Franklinton about the same time that Louis Sullivant came, and became one of Sullivant's surveyors. I cannot give the dates but it was a century ago. My father had the first store in Franklinton. His chief customres were Indians. They were gentlemen i nblankets, supported by the government without work -- had an aversion to labor because, as they said, it was a disgrace to work (women excepted). To this day they hold to this, and to this day the government supports them, or most of them. This is no reflection on the Indian as a rae, for any race living without work will be a race of vagabonds. I heard my father say that he used to hunt his cow in the woods where High street is now. It was a dense forest of beech trees, and he could walk from one end of High street to the other on beech roots." Speech during Pioneer's Day. Original data: Fitzpatrick, Stephen A.,. History of Columbus celebration, Franklinton centennial. Columbus, Ohio: Press of the New Franklin Print. Co., 1897, pp 103-104.

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Wendi Sue DOAK

25 Mar 1971 - ____

Family 1 : Donald Wayne FOOR

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Paul K. DOUGAL

[12216]

8 Sep 1903 - Nov 1980

Father: William Edgar DOUGAL
Mother: Ella Mae FOOR

Family 1 : Ruth MILES

 _William Edgar DOUGAL _
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[12216] NAME: From Neil Hike and Denise Hike Cartwright via August 2000 email.

DOB: From 1910 census. See notes on father.

CENSUS: 1920 Ridge Twp., Van Wert Co., OH ED 136 sheet 6b
DOUGAL, William, head, 51y b OH, parents b OH, ditcher
", Ella, 47y b OH, parents b PA
", Paul, son 16y b OH
", Miles, son 11y b OH
", Etura?, dau 7y b OH

1948 - listed as a surviving son, Paul, of Lima, in mother's Jan. 1948 obit.

DOD/POD: SSDI - name listed as Paul Dougal, last known address as Glendale, Maricopa Co., AZ. Issued a SS card in Ohio prior to 1951.

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Clara Claudine DOWLER

[3898]

4 Oct 1889 - AFT Apr 1910

Father: John William DOWLER
Mother: Julia Ann LONG


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[3898] NAME/DOB/DOPap/POBap: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield County, Ohio, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co., Chapter OGS, 1994, p 32.

Confirmed, Sep 11, 1904, "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis,
Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 47.

CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH, p 162, sheet 7A
DOWLER, John, head, b Apr 1856, 44y b OH, parents b Germany, farmer
", Julia A., wife b Apr 1856, 44y b OH, parents b OH, mar 19y, had 7 ch 7
living
", Jennie L., dau b Dec 1887, 17y b OH, parents b OH, at school
", Mary E., dau b Mar 1885, 15y b OH, at school
", William E., son b Apr 1887, 13y b OH, at school
", Clara, dau b Oct 1889, 10y b OH, parents b OH, at school
", Julia N., dau b Jan 1892, 8y b OH, at school
", Edna F., dau b Aug 1894, 5y b OH
", Erden E., dau b Aug 1897, 2y b OH
LONG, George, father-in-law b Aug 1819, 80y widow b OH, fa b MD, ma b PA
MOSIER, Joseph, servant b Nov 1880, 19y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
WHALEY, Bert, servant b Mar 1880, 20y b OH, parents b OH, day laborer

CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 48 visitation 120
FOOR, James, head,29y b OH, parents b OH, post office clerk
", Jennie, wife 27y mar 5y b OH, parents b OH, had 0 ch 0 living
DOWLER, Mary, 23y sister-in-law b OH, stenography at hardware co.
", Clara, 20y s-i-l b OH, clerk at dry goods

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Family 1 : Bonnie HANNING

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Elizabeth Libby FARIS

[3666]

22 Jun 1912 - 24 Aug 1999

Family 1 : Lewis Albert FOOR
  1. +Burl Ivan "Mick" FOOR
  2. +Maurice "Moke" Albert FOOR
  3. +Terry Lynn FOOR
  4. +Sharon FOOR
  5. +Kathleen "Kate" FOOR
  6. +Norma Lou FOOR

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[3666] NAME: From Ryan FOOR, October 19, 1998, rfoor@iastate.edu
DOM/DOB/POB: via Mick Foor August 2000.

CENSUS: 1925 Oakville, Louisa Co., IA
This special census shows the names of the parents for each individual. Elizabeth is living with her parents and siblings; parents being Albert E. Faris, age 52 b IA, son of Josiah Faris, 65, b IN and Sarah Ellen Brown. Mother was listed as Vinnie E., age 48 b IA, d/o R. C. Russell b IA and Mary M. Rogers b IA. Albert and Vinnie are shown being

CENSUS: 1940 Wapello, Louisa, Iowa; Roll: T627_1178; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 58-22; 215 Chestnut St.
FOOR, Lewis, 30y b IA, all resided same place they did in April 1935, high school 3 years, county laborer
", Elizabeth, wife, 27y b IA, high school 4y
", Burl, son 7y b IA, 1st grade education
", Maurice, son 6y b IA
", Terry, son 3y b IA
", Sharon, dau 1y b IA

The Hawk Eye
Burlington, Iowa
Thursday, 8/26/1999

Elizabeth Foor

Elizabeth "Libby" Foor, 87, of Wapello, died Tuesday morning, Aug. 24, 1999, at her home.

Born June 22, 1912, at Oakville, she was the daughter of Albert E. and Vinnie Russell Faris. She married Lewis A. Foor on Feb. 9, 1932, in Monmouth, Ill. He died March 1, 1976.
Mrs. Foor was a graduate of Oakville High School and attended Fort Madison Business College. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and Delta Alpha in Wapello.

Survivors include one son, Burl "Mick" Foor of Taylor, Mich.; three daughters, Sharon Wainwright of East Moline, Ill., Kathleen "Kate" Saar of Lake George, Colo., and Norma Freeman of West Burlington; 16 grandchildren; and 35 great grandchildren.

Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, two sons, one grandson, four brothers and three sisters.

Visitation will begin at 11 a.m. today at Dudgeon-McCulley Funeral Home in Wapello, where the family will receive friends from 3 to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. The funeral for Mrs. Foor will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Presbyterian Church in Wapello, with the Rev. Mary N. Pugh officiating. Burial will be in the Wapello Cemetery. A memorial has been established for Camp Courageous of Iowa.

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SSDI info shows last known address as Wapello, Louisa Co.,IA

Obit of her father shows he was born March 4, 1872 near Morning Sun. Former mayor and city clerk of Oakville. Died Feb. 25, 1960. Married Vinnie E. Russell January 18, 1899. Son of Josiah and Sarah (Brown) Faris. "Elizabeth Foor" is mentionas one of the 4 surviving daughters. He also had 3 surviving sons. [WAPELLO REPUBLICAN, Feb. 1960] Ancestry.com message board post.

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FARLEY

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Family 1 : Helen A. SMYERS

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Hazel E. FLACK

[30724]

25 Jun 1895 - AFT Jun 1940

Family 1 : James William FOOR
  1. +Belle Elizabeth FOOR

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[30724] DOB/POB: familysearch.org Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962. No image. Hasel E. Flack, male [sic], born June 25, 1895 Salt Creek Twp., Wayne Co., Ohio, to Robert C. Flack and P. B. Hoagland.

CENSUS: 1900 Franklin Twp., Wayne Co., OH; ED 151 SH 9A p 174
FLACK, Robert, head, b Feb 1866, 34y b OH, parents b OH, broommaker
", P. Bell, wife b Oct 1867, 32y b OH, parents b OH, married 12y, had 4 ch 3 living
", Elmer, son b Aug 1891, 8y b OH, at school
", Hazel, dau b June 1895, 4y b OH
", Urshel, son b Nov 1897, 2y b OH
", Celia, sister b Feb 1873, 27y single b OH, parents b OH, housekeeper

CENSUS: 1920 Canton, Stark Co., OH; ED 39 SH 34A
FLACK, Robert C., head, 55y b OH, parents b Scotland, no occupation
", P. Belle, wife 52y b OH, parents b OH
", Urshel, dau 22y b OH, inspector, auto bearing
", Geneva, dau 16y b OH
FLOOR (not Foor), James, son-in-law 28y b OH, parents b OH, shipping clerk, wholesale grocery
", Hazel, dau 24y b OH
", Belle E., granddaughter 6y b OH


CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; ED 103, Dennison Ave., SH 13A p 62
FOOR, James W., head, rents home for $35/month, owns a radio set, does not
live on a farm, 37y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 22, salesman and
driver, auto sales co., NOT a veteran.
", Hazel E., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 17
", Belle E., daughter 15y b OH, parents b OH

CENSUS: 1940 Mt. Rainier, Prince George Co., MD
FOOR, James W., head, 47y b OH, marrried, 8th grade education, cartragefan maker, tournament.
", Hazel E., wife 44y b OH, one year high school
TIBBS, Belle E., dau, 36y b OH, married, high school 3 years, waitress, restaurant
", Timothy James, grandson 10/12 b MD
James, Hazel and Belle resided in Washington, DC in April 1935

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Johanna Regina FLEISCHMANN

[20149]

18 Nov 1957 - ____

Family 1 : Jeffrey V. MILLS
  1.  Lucas Jeffrey MILLS
  2.  Jeremiah Armin MILLS

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[20149] NAME: From Jeffrey V. Mills via August 2002 email.

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Amy FOOR

[26699]

____ - ____

Father: Kenneth Wayne FOOR
Mother: Nancy Marie WARD


 _Kenneth Wayne FOOR _+
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[26699] NAME: Listed as a surviving daughter, Amy Foor, of Cape Girardeau, in father Kenny's January 2006 obituary.

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Cora FOOR

[24483]

30 Nov 1964 - ____

Father: Charles Vernon FOOR
Mother: Alice Jane MARTIN

Family 1 : Jerry D. AKIN Jr
  1.  John-Patrick AKIN
  2.  Blake Charles AKIN

 _Charles Vernon FOOR _+
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|--Cora FOOR 
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|_Alice Jane MARTIN ___

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[24483] DOB/POB/DOM/POM: From herself via Nov. 2004 email.NAME: Feb., 2001 at classmates.com she's listed as a 1983 graduate of McAlester High School, McAlester, OK.

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Daniel Lance FOOR

[20685]

21 Dec 1969 - ____

Father: Daniel Edward FOOR Jr
Mother: Navena Carol VANGUNDY


 _Daniel Edward FOOR Jr__+
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[20685] DOB/POB/PARENTAGE: Parents listed as Daniel Edward Foor and Navena Carol Vangundy. Ancestry.com. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Texas. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997. Microfiche. Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas.

LOCATION: 1991 - Listed as one of three surviving grandchildren: Daniel L.,
Darin L., and David W. Foor, all of Groveport, in Daniel E. "Pete" Foor's
February 1991 obituary.

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Emaline "Emma" FOOR

[2071]

INT 1844 (12 May/Dec 1844) - 7 May 1909

Father: Richard FOOR
Mother: Susan THRUSH

Family 1 : Charles SWIFT
  1. +Josephine Loretta SWIFT
  2. +Cora Dell SWIFT

 _Richard FOOR _+
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|--Emaline "Emma" FOOR 
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|_Susan THRUSH _

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[2071] NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 39

DOB/DOD/POD: From an email forwarded to me written by Leo Thompson, Feb. 2003. He shows d.o.b. as 12 Dec 1844; 1900 census shows May 1844.

POBurial: From Ellen Bishop via Feb. 2003 email.

CENSUS: Listed with parents as age 6 in the 1850 East Providence, Bedford Co. PA census.

DOM/POM: IGI batch #M518551

CENSUS: 1850 Bedford Co., PA, East Providence Township, page 49/49
Enumeration Dates: 14 to 19 October 1850
Richard FORE, 52, farmer b PA
Susanna, 48 PA
Martin, 23, farmer
John, 21, farmer
Lucius, 19, farmer, school.
[when it continued on the next page, the enumerator switched to the FOOR
spelling]
Richard, 16, laborer, school
Noah, 12, school
Rebecca, 10, school
Emeline 6

CENSUS: 1860 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA, visitation 337
FOOR, Richard Sr. 66y farmer b PA
", Noah 24y b PA
", Becky 19y laborer b PA
", Emma 16y laborer b PA
FOOR, Lucas/Lewis 29y farmer b PA
", Catherine 22y b PA
", Robert 3/12 b PA

CENSUS: 1870 Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH; p 6
SWIFT, Charles, 32y farmer b NY, $100 personal property
", Emma, 26y keeping house b PA
", Josephine, 3y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Richfield Twp., Lucas Co., OH; T9-1044 page 8C
SWIFT, Charles H., 44y b NY, laborer, parents b CT
", Emmaline, wife 36y b PA, keeps house, parents b (left blank)
", Josephine R., dau 13y at school b OH
", Cora D., dau 1y at home b NY

CENSUS: 1900 Raisin Twp., Lenawee Co., MI, ED 55 SH 10A p 114
SWIFT, Charles, b Sep 1834, 65y b NY, fa b NY, ma b CT mar. 36y, farmer
", Emma, wife b May 1844, 56y b PA, had 2 ch 2 living, parents b (left blank)

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Forest Herbert FOOR

[7423]

26 Oct 1911 - 9 Feb 1990

Father: George Ervin FOOR
Mother: Ada "Addie" PAGE

Family 1 : Leah GOODMAN
  1.  Aleatha M. FOOR
  2. +Marvin A. FOOR
  3. +Michael A. FOOR
  4.  Alice Jean FOOR
Family 2 : Bessie Bernice HOFFHINES

 _George Ervin FOOR _+
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|--Forest Herbert FOOR 
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|_Ada "Addie" PAGE __+

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[7423] NAME: From Timothy A. FOOR via email March 1999.

DOB/Spouse: From Timothy A. FOOR's father, Robert S. FOOR, via email March 1999.

OBIT: Forest H. Foor, 78... died 09 Feb 1990 in Grady Memorial Hospital following a long illness. Born Oct 26, 1911 in Delaware he was a lifelong resident and an Army veteran of WWII. He was retired from Automatic Brake Control, and attended Soul's Haven Community Church.

Survivors include his wife, Bessie; two sons Marvin of [of Delaware], Michael of Phoenix, daughters Aletha Blaney of Ostrander, Ohio, Alice Marie "Jeanie" Bailey of Ashley, stepdaughter Barbara Fodor of Centerburg, brother Clarence "Buck"...

CENSUS: 1920 Delaware Twp., Delaware Co., OH; Ohio Street, ED 13 SH 4B
FOOR, Addie, 35y widow b OH, parents b OH, works out
", Clarence, son 18y b OH
", Chas. Irvin, son 11y b OH
", Harry [Herbert]? 9y b OH, son (does not look like "Forest")
", Hazel Elizabeth, dau 6y b OH
", Clarence Cyrus, son 3y b OH

DOM/POM: Forest H. Foor, 67, resides Delaware Co., Ohio, and Bessie B. Weaver, age 61, resides Franklin Co., Ohio, married one time, married 08 Sept 1979 in Delaware Co., Ohio, Cert. 64468 V 10009. Ohio Department of Health; Columbus, Ohio; Ohio Marriage Index, 1970 and 1972-2007

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Mary Lulu FOOR

[2241]

12 Feb 1883 - 1964

Father: Jesse Ward FOOR
Mother: Delilah SWANDER

Family 1 : Mark R. SIBBETT
  1.  Fay SIBBETT

 _Jesse Ward FOOR _+
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|--Mary Lulu FOOR 
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|_Delilah SWANDER _+

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[2241] NAME/DOB: From Jesse's pension records
DEATH: Know she survived her mother, according to mother's obit.

CENSUS: 1900 Rose Township, Shelby Co., IL, p 216, sh 10A
FOOR, J. W., head, b June 1844, 55y, mar 35y; parents b OH, farmer
", Deliah, wife b Dec 1844, 55y, had 10 ch 9 living, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Sarah A., dau b Mar 1876, 24y single b OH, house keeper
", Lula, dau b Feb 1883, 17y b IL, at school
", Wiley, son b Nov 1886, 13y b IL, at school
", Lawrence, son b Aug 1880, 19y single b IL, farm laborer

CENSUS: 1910 Rose Twp., Shelby Co., IL SH 8A ED 174
SIBBET, Ed, head, 50y widow b IL, parents b Idaho
", Markus, son 26y b IL, parents b IL, married once, farmer
", Mary, wife 24y b IL, parents b OH, married once, had 1 ch 1 living
LOHA, Elizabeth, servant 23y single b IL, parents b IL

LOCATION: 1917 - listed as a surviving sister, Mrs. Mark Sibbett, Rose Twp., in brother William's Sept. obit.

1918 - M. R. Sibbitt (Lulu Foor) Ch Fay; 'Shady Elm Farm' Tower Hil R1, Rose
Sec29 p50a, in county since 1909. "Prairie Farmer's Reliable Drectory of
Farmers and Breeders, Shelby County, Illinois", Prairie Farmer Pub. Co.,
Chicago, 1918, p 135.

CENSUS: 1920 Shelbyville, IL, ED 214, Sheet 6A
SIBBETT, Mark, head, 35y b IL, parents b IL, farmer
", Lula, wife 37y b IL, parents b OH
", Fay, son, 9y b IL

CENSUS: 1930 Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL; ED 32 SH 3B
SIBBET, Mark, head, owns home, owns a radio set, lives on a farm, 45y b IL, parents b IL, married first at age 24, farmer
", Mary, wife 47 b IL, parents b OH, married first at age 26
", Fay, dau 20y single b IL, seamstress, garment factory

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Robert Victor FOOR

[5414]

1 Jan 1941 - ____

Father: John Quentin FOOR
Mother: Athalone Violet RICE

Family 1 : Martha DOLT
  1. +Joseph Leroy FOOR
  2. +Tammy Sue FOOR
  3. +Yvette Vicke FOOR
  4. +Yvonne Marie FOOR

 _John Quentin FOOR ____+
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[5414] NAME/DOB/POB: Submitted by Robert V. FOOR, January 1999, email.

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Vivian Grace FOOR

[20826]

____ - ____

Father: Wilbert Arville FOOR
Mother: Beatrice Mae CROYLE

Family 1 : Glenn FISHER

 _Wilbert Arville FOOR _+
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|--Vivian Grace FOOR 
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|_Beatrice Mae CROYLE __

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[20826] NAME: From Jamie Fletcher via Nov. 2002 email. They have two children: Rodney, m Lana Miller, and Pamela who is divorced from Lane Cober."

LOCATION: 1951 - Wolfsburg Girl Becomes Bride of Glenn Fisher. Vivian Foor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Foor of Wolfsburg, became the bride of Glenn Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fisher of Bedford, in a pretty, late summer ceremony held in the Wolfsburg Methodist Church on Sunday, August 12... Mrs. James Clark, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. "The couple will reside at the bride's home after a wedding trip through Ohio". [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, August 21, 1951]

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Max C. FOORE

[18797]

25 Nov 1920 - 13 Apr 1998

Father: Robert Roy FOOR
Mother: Mary Alice COWAN

Family 1 :
  1.  Melvin Neal FOORE

 _Robert Roy FOOR __+
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|--Max C. FOORE 
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|_Mary Alice COWAN _

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[18797] NAME/DOB/POB/DOD/POD: Info submitted to ancestry.com by Duke Clark in Feb. 2002. Info not documented.
CENSUS: 1930 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA, sheet 11B
FOUR, Roy, head, owns home, resides on a farm, 38y b PA, parents b PA,
married first at age 23, coal miner
", Mary, wife 34y b PA, parents b PA, married at age 19
", Dorothy, dau 14y b PA
", Willis, son 12y b PA
", John, son 11y b PA
", Max, son 9y b PA
", Arthur, son 7y b PA
", Wayne, son 6y b PA
", Thelma, dau 4 ?/12 b PA
", Jean, dau 3 ?/12 b PA
", Roy Jr., son 9/12 b PA

POBurial: Name listed as Max C. Foore, full dates, PFC US Army World War II, buried Duvall Cem., Six Mile Run, PA., National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Cemeteries, ca.1800-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator.

2009 - He [Willis Foore] was preceded in death by three brothers, Jay Foore,
Max Foore, Wayne Foor", from Willis' Feb. 2009 obit.

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Catherine GRAUL

[9153]

ABT 1790 - AFT Jun 1830

Father: George GRAUL

Family 1 : Frederick SHOWER

 _George GRAUL _
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|--Catherine GRAUL 
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[9153] NAME: Mentioned in father's will of 1822 (see notes on father). "Wife of Frederick Shower".

DOM/POM: Kitty Grawl and Frederick Shawer, March 19, 1817, Hugh Boyle, Clk. "Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages, V I, 1800-1835", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1999.

CENSUS: 1830 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
SHOWER, Frederick
1-1-1-0-0-1
1-1-1-0-0-1
one male under 5, one male 5-10, one male 10-15, one male 30-40
one female under 5, one female 5-10, one female 10-15, one female 30-40

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Karen Elizabeth HAUCK

[22307]

14 Feb 1947 - 5 Apr 1999

Father: Jacob Lester "Shorty" HAUCK
Mother: Lottie G. FOOR

Family 1 : Richard Elvin COLBERT

 _Jacob Lester "Shorty" HAUCK _
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|--Karen Elizabeth HAUCK 
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|_Lottie G. FOOR ______________+

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[22307] NAME: Listed as a surviving dau., Karen Hauck, 'at home', in mother's Mar. 1967 obituary.

DOB/DOD/POB/POD/SPOUSE: From info posted into ancestry.com's World Tree project by Loretta Brown, Sept. 2003.

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Leslie HILL

____ - ____

Family 1 : Virginia Elnora WILLIAMSON

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Margaret HOY

[9567]

16 Apr 1832 - 30 Jun 1896

Family 1 : John Jacob THRUSH

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[9567] NAME/DOB/DOD: From the Family Treemaker Website of Rebecca Sue Lawrence, New Hampshire, OH, October 1999.

CENSUS: 1860 Bloomfield Twp., Logan Co., OH; p 221
THRUSH, Margaret, 28 b OH
", Sarah J., 9y b OH, attended school
", James, 7y b OH, attended school
", Ellen, 5y b OH, attended school
", Henry, 3y b OH

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Jeffrey HURSEY

[16003]

____ - ____

Father: Aaron Eugene HURSEY
Mother: Linda Lou FOOR

Family 1 : Teresa

 _Aaron Eugene HURSEY _
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|--Jeffrey HURSEY 
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|_Linda Lou FOOR ______+

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[16003] NAME: Listed as a surviving grandson, Jeffrey (Teresa) Hursey of Covington, in Mildred (Boster) Foor's February 2005 obituary.

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Charles KROHN

[5938]

28 Nov 1835 - 9 Feb 1920

Family 1 : Caroline SCHMIDT
  1.  Wilhelmina L. A. "Minnie" KROHN
  2.  Mary CRONE
  3.  Dora Jane Fredrika KROHN
  4.  Albert Fr. W. KROHN
  5.  Bertha Ida Amelia KROHN
  6.  Edward Fred. John KROHN

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[5938] CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 335/341
CRONE, Charley, 35y farm laborer b Prussia, can't read or write
", Carlina, 36y keeping house b Prussia, can't read or write
", Minnie, 4y at home b OH
", Mary 2y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle precinct, Fairfield Co., OH; p 26
CRONE, Charles, 43y works by day b Mecklinburg, can't read/write
", Caroline, 44y wife keeping house b Mechlinburg, can't read/write
", Minnie, 13y dau at home b OH
", MAry, 11y dau at home b OH
", Dora, 10y dau at home b OH
", Willie, 8 or 9y son at home b OH
", Millie, 7y dau at home b OH
", Edward, 4y son b OH
(parents of the parents were all born in Mechlinburg)

CENSUS: 1900 Waterloo, Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 22 Sh 14A p 330
CRONE, Charles, b Mar 1834, 66y b Germany, parents b Germany, mar. 33y, immigrated 1870 or 1876. day laborer
", Sarah, wife b Mar 1836, 64?y b Germany, parents b Germany, married 33y, had 0 ch 0 living. Immigrated 1870, in U.S. 30 years.
SMITH, Charles, servant b Jan 1833, 69y single b Germany, parents b Germany, immigrated 1870, day laborer.

CENSUS: 1910 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 78 SH 16A
KROHN, Charles, head, 74y b Germany, parents b Germany, married once, mar. 44y, immigrated 1866, naturalized, laborer of odd jobs
", Caroline, wife 75y b Germany, parnets b Germany, married once, had 7 ch 6 living, no date of imm. listed
SMITH, Charles, brother-in-law 72y single b Germany, parents b Germany. Immigrated 1871, naturalized. Laborer of odd jobs

CENSUS: 1920 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 70/73
KROHN, Charles, head, 81y, immigrated 1866, naturalized 1870, b Germany, parents b Germany
", Caroline, wife 84y b Germany, parents b Germany, immigrated 1866, naturalized 1870.

Death certificate image. Carl Fredrick Crone, Waterloo, Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Feb. 9, 1920, aged 84y 2?m, 11d, born Nov. 28, 1835 in Germany. Married. Death was caused by a fall on the ice. Parents were Jno. Crone b Germany and unknown mother. Informant was C. E. Boyer of Basil, Ohio. Buried Union Grove Cem., Feb. 11.

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Robert LECRONE

[22756]

9 Apr 1927 - 15 Feb 1988

Father: Clinton Ellsworth LECRONE
Mother: Helen Marie DENIG

Family 1 : Easter WARD

 _Clinton Ellsworth LECRONE _+
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|--Robert LECRONE 
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|_Helen Marie DENIG _________

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[22756] CENSUS: 1930 Perry Twp., Franklin Co., OH; ED 222 SH 4B
LeCRONE, Clinton, head, owns home worth $8000, does not live on a farm, 40y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 32, cement work, paving street
", Helen, wife 25y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 17
", Lawrence, son 8y b OH
", Robert, son 2 11/12 b OH
", Paul, son 11/12 b OH

DOB/DOD/POB/POBurial/DOBurial: Name listed as Robert E. LeCrone, born April 9, 1927 in Columbus, Ohio, died Feb. 15, 1988, aged 60, buried Old Cemetery Section 69, lot 18, space 2, veteran, buried Feb. 18, 1988. [Union Cemetery Association website; cemetery records].

DOD/POD: Name listed as Robert E. Lecrone, born in Ohio, white male, resided in Columbus, died at home on 15 Feb 1988 at age 60, 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.

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Joseph LEYNDECKER

[12872]

18 Aug 1863 - 18 Sep 1939

Father: Joseph LEYNDECKER
Mother: Mary K. METZ

Family 1 : Mina M. RITTENHOUSE

 _Joseph LEYNDECKER _
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|--Joseph LEYNDECKER 
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|_Mary K. METZ ______

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[12872] NAME/PARENTAGE: From 1910 census. See notes on MOTHER.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 262. Years only. Buried 34d addition, part 3, lot 262 grave 4.

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 28/30
LANEDECKER, Joseph 41y stone mason b Bavaria
", Mary, 28y keeping house b Bavaria
", Gustin, 11y attending school b OH
", Joseph, 5y at home b OH
", George, 4y at home b OH
", Charley, 3y at home b OH
", Arthur, 1y at home b OH
LANTZ, Rose, 19y works in stone quarry b OH
GAOLLEMUND, Frank, 30y works in stone quary b France
ROTHFUS, Frank, 24y works in stone quarry b Francy

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 20
LYNDECKER, Joseph, 52y stone cutter b Europe; parents b Europe
", Mary, 38y wife keeping house b Europe; parents b Europe
", Lewice? Levice? 18y son at school b OH
", Joseph, 16y son at school b OH
", George, 14y son at school b OH
", Charley, 13y son at school b OH
", Oto, 10y son at school b OH
", Harmon, 7y son at school b OH
", Robert, 5y son at school b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - SD 11, ED 5, SH 1B, taken June 1900, Columbus Street
visitation 21/21
LYNDECKER, Joseph b [Feb?] 1827, 73 years married 40y b England, parents b England, immigrated 1850. Occupation [possibly Journeyman].
", Mary, wife b [Feb?] 1840 aged 69y b England, parents b same, immigrated 1850, had 9 ch, 6 living.
", Joseph, son b Aug 1863 36y b OH, single; teamster
", Geo. son b Aprl 1866 34y b OH, single; teamster
", Charley, son b May 1867 33y b OH, single; day labor
", Otto, son b Oct 1868 32y single b OH; labor by day
", Harmen, son b [Ma_] 1873, 27y single b OH; day labor
", Robert, son b Jul 1874 26y single b OH; farmer

CENSUS 1910 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH - visit 77
LYNDECKER, Mary 70y b Ger., widowed, had 10 ch 6 living, parents b Ger.
", Joe, son 47 b OH, married (?), parents b Germany, farmer
", George 44 son b OH, stone mason
", Charles 43 son b OH, farmer working out
", Harmon 37 son b OH, mason stone quarry
", Robert 36 son b OH, farmer working out
", Purdie 22 daughter-in-law b OH, married, one ch one living, parents b OH
STITH, Earl 10y grandson b OH
EBERT, Pearl, servant, 16y b OH, parents b OH
NOTE: There is a line with an arrow from "Purdie" to the word 'son' on
Robert's line. I'm assuming since Harmon is married, that Purdie is listed
incorrectly after Robert, who is shown as single.

CENSUS: 1920 Columbus Street, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 43/45
taken January 1920
LYENDECKER, Samuel 38 b OH; parents b Bavaria, parents native tongue is Germany, bridge work laborer
", Ida M. wife 25 or 28 b OH; parents b OH
", Albert M. son 6 b OH
", Ruth P. dau [4?] b OH
", Joseph, brother, 56 widowed b OH; parents b [same as Samuel] - farm labor
", George J. brother 53 single b OH; parents b [same as Samuel] - farm labor
STITH?, Earlie S., nephew, 20 single b OH; parents b OH - laborer, bridge work

CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, page 1B
LEYNDECKER, Robert, head, owns home worth $880, doesn't live on a farm, 54y b
OH, parents b Germany, married first at age 38, farm laborer
", Ida M., wife 35y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 19
", Albert M., son 16y b OH
", Pearl R, dau 14y b OH
", Joseph, brother, 66y widow b OH, parents b Germany, farm laborer

Death certificate image. Joseph Leyndecker, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., Ohio, Sept. 18, 1939, aged 76y 1m 0d, divorced from Mina. Laborer. Born Aug. 18, 1863 Columbus, Ohio, to Joseph Leyndecker b Germany and Mary Metz b Germany. Informant was Clara Nicodemus. Buried Sept. 21 in Lithopolis.

DOM/POM: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 53. Joseph is of Lithopolis, Mina of Greencastle, OH.

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Rachael Ann MASON

[4216]

Aug 1853 - 1905

Father: Robert H. MASON
Mother: Susannah BRAUNELLER

Family 1 : Lafayette William HUMMELL
  1. +Ida Elnora "Dolly" HUMMELL
  2. +Hattie Bell HUMMELL
  3.  Maudella F. HUMMELL
  4. +Robert Cleveland HUMMELL
  5. +Gladys Carlotta HUMMELL

 _Robert H. MASON _____
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|_Susannah BRAUNELLER _+

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[4216] NAME: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co.,
Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 244. Buried 2nd addition, Part 3, lot 281, grave 1. Aged 52y. No dates.

DOD: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 382. "Rachel A.", wife of Lafayette W., 1853-1905.

CENSUS: 1860 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 164
MASON, Robert H., 36y farming b OH
", Susannah, 33y b OH
", Abraham A., 12y b OH
", Ervin 10y b OH
", Henry 9y b OH
", Rachel A., 7y b OH
", Catherine A. 5y b OH
", Amanda E., 3y b OH
", Sarah A. 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 174/178
MASON, Robert 46y farmer b VA
", Susanna, 43y keeping house b OH
", Abraham L., 21y farm laborer b OH
", Ervin S., 20y farm laborer b OH
", Sylvina, 20y helps mother b OH
", Henry, 19y works on the farm b OH
", Rachel A., helps mother b OH
", Catharine, 15y helps mother b OH
", Ellen, 13y helps mother b OH
", Sarah L., 11y attending school b OH
", Edward E., 9y attending school b OH
", Ida B., 7y attending school b OH
", Emma 5y at home b OH
", George W., 3y at home b OH
", Grant, 6/12 at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 18
HUMMELL, Lafayette, 31y farmer b OH; parents b PA
", Rachal A., 27y wife keeping house b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Ida E., 7y dau b OH; parents b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 15A, enumerated
in June (no date)
HUMMELL, Lafe, b Oct 1848, 51y b OH, parents b PA, mar 28y, farmer
", Rachel, wife b Aug 1853, 46y b OH, parents b OH, had 5 ch 5 living
", Cleveland, son b Jan 1885, 15y b OH, at school
", Gladys, dau b Oct 1886, ?y b OH, at school

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Gerald MATWIEJCZYK

[28889]

____ - ____

Family 1 : Kelly Lynn GERKENSMEYER
  1.  Michael MATWIEJCZYK
  2.  Grant Edward MATWIEJCZYK
  3.  Zachary Cole MATWIEJCZYK

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[28889] NAME: From Nov. 2007 email of Cheryl Gerkensmeyer Rogers.

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Ellsworth MCCAIN

[26211]

30 Jan 1894 - 15 Nov 1953

Family 1 : Helen Courtright ROLLER

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[26211] SPOUSE/DOD/DOB/DOM: Employee at Columbus (Army) General Depot. Ancestry.com. The Weiser family . Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. The Weiser family : a genealogy of the family of John Conrad Weiser, the elder (d. 1746) John Conrad Weiser Family Association. 1960, p 644.

POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 270. Name listed as Ellsworth McCain, years only.

Death certificate image. Ellsworth McCAIN of 1403 E. Second St., Dayton, Montgomery Co., Ohio, died after 13 days in the VA Center, Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 15, 1953, aged 59y 9m 18d. Widowed. Laborer of odd jobs. Born Jan 30, 1894 in Beaver, OH, to John McCain and "Lain (unknown)". Buried Lithopolis Cem., Nov. 18.

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Lawrence MCKNIGHT

[1522]

6 Jun 1900 - 10 Mar 1967

Family 1 : Mary Jane FOOR

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[1522] NAME/DOB: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 26 -
DOD: Social Security Death Index. b 06 Jun 1900 d Mar 1967. Issued a ss# in
PA before 1951.

POBurial: http://kin2kin.amerianet.com/ancestorstones/manspeaker_pepple.htm

Lawrence appears to be the s/o Daniel and Christina McKnight. In the 1910 census it shows:

CENSUS: 1910 Broad Top Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 6 SH 6B
McKNIGHT, Daniel, head, 45y b PA, parents b PA; coal miner, married once
", Christeena, wife 42y b PA, parents b PA, married twice, had 13 ch 11 living. Married 10y.
GRAFFIUS?, Charley, stepson 21y b PA, parents b PA; coal miner
", Magie, step-dau 17y b PA
", Marry, step-dau 14y b PA
McKNIGHT, Larance, son 9y b PA
", Dollie, dau 8y b PA
", Ada, dau 6y b PA
", Thomas, son 4y b PA
", William, son 3?y b PA
", Carl, son ?/12 b PA

CENSUS: 1930 Wood Twp., Huntingdon Co.,PA, visitation 21/21
McKNIGHT, Lawrence, head, rents home for $7/month, doesn't live on a farm, 29y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 24, laborer, coal mine
", Mary J., wife 26y b PA, parents b PA, married at age 20
NORRIS?, Ruth, step dau, 8y b PA, parents b PA

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Cornelia MEEKER

[7582]

ABT 1837 - AFT Jun 1850

Father: Aaron MEEKER
Mother: Mary Ann STRODE


 _Aaron MEEKER ____+
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|_Mary Ann STRODE _+

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[7582] CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1462
MEEKER, Aaron 55y farmer b NY
", Mary Ann 40y b VA
", Sherman 23y farmer b OH
", Elizabeth 20y b OH
", Frisby 17y farmer b OH (male)
", Cornelia 13y b OH (Amelia?)
", Harvey 11y b OH
", Martha 9y b OH
", Mary Ann 7y b OH
", Aaron 2y b OH
STRODE, Mary Ann 76 b VA (Mary Ann's mother?)

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Judy A. MORAN

[30612]

____ - BEF Sep 2013

Father: Francis O. Fritz MORAN
Mother: Helen Rose FOOR

Family 1 : John WINKLER

 _Francis O. Fritz MORAN _
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|_Helen Rose FOOR ________+

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[30612] NAME: Listed as one of several surviving children in father's Feb. 1998 obit: Judy A. (John) Winkler, Independence, MO, Frances H. (Bob) Tintelnot, San Jose, CA; sons, Patrick F. Moran, Buckeye Lake, OH, Richard M. Moran, Columbus, OH.

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Katherine Marie MOREHART

[20312]

3 Jul 1928 - 9 Feb 2011

Father: Homer E. MOREHART
Mother: Garnet M. CAMERON

Family 1 : CARTER
Family 2 : JOHNSON

 _Homer E. MOREHART _+
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|_Garnet M. CAMERON _+

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[20312] CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 13A
MOREHART, Homer, head, rents home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm, 28y b
OH, parents b OH, married first at age 25, farm operator
", Garnet, wife 21y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 18
", Cathryn, dau 1 9?/12 b OH
", Kenneth, son 2/12 b OH

MOREHART Katherine Marie (Carter, Johnson) Morehart, age 82, of Gahanna, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at Mount Carmel East Hospital. She was born July 3, 1928 to the late Homer and Garnet (Cameron) Morehart. She is also preceded in death by two of her children Stacey A. Carter and Douglas L. Carter. "Katie", as her friends knew her, was a devoted mother to her six children. She retired from Western Electric/Lucent after 25 years of service. She had many hobbies that included quilting, crocheting, sewing, portrait painting, and gardening. She was able to travel to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska, and all over the U.S. She lived in Gahanna until her youngest child graduated and then she moved to the Pickerington/Baltimore area. That's where she really applied her gardening skills on her 3 quarter acre ranch home. She just recently moved back to the Gahanna area and enjoyed playing cards and Bingo with her new friends at The Worthington Retirement Community. Most of all she loved her family and visiting with her grandchildren and great-grand-children. Katherine is survived by her loving children, Vicki L. (Joe) Koval, Connie M. (Bill) deMeza, Philip W. (Linda) Carter, Chris A. (Nancy) Carter; 13 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Friends may visit 2- 4 and 6-8 p.m. TODAY at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester. A funeral service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. Interment at Lithopolis Cemetery. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on February 10, 2011.

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Lewis MULCH

[13578]

ABT 1810 - AFT 1 Jun 1870

Family 1 : Bernetta
  1.  Henry MULCH
  2.  Elizabeth MULCH
  3.  Matilda MULCH
  4.  Mary MULCH

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[13578] CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1572
MULCH, Lewis, 40y wagonmaker b Germany
", Bernetta 28y b Germany
", Henry, 10y b OH
", Elizabeth 8y b OH
", Matilda, 4y b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Pettis Twp., Adair Co., MO; p 162
MULCH, Lewis, 51y farmer, $400 real estate, $325 personal property, b Baden
", Bernetta, 39y b Baden
", Henry, 20y farm laborer b OH
", Elizabeth 18y b OH
", Matilda 15y b OH
", Mary 10y b OH
", George 5y b IN
", Franklin 2y b MO
", Jacob 4/12 b MO

CENSUS: 1870 Township 61 Range 15, Adair Co., MO, p 124
MULCH, Lewis, 61y farmer, $1000 real estate, $750 personal property, b Hess Darmstadt
", Renetta, 47y keeping house b Saxony
", Mary, 21y without occupation b OH
", Frank, 14y working on farm b MO
", Jacob, 11y b MO
", Mary A., 2y b MO

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Kyler MYERS

[27333]

____ - ____

Father: Vaughn MYERS
Mother: Teresa Rae PEPPLE


 _Vaughn MYERS ______
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|_Teresa Rae PEPPLE _+

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[27333] NAME: From Bob Longbottom via August 2006 email.

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Absalom NOTHSTINE

[7797]

Feb 1835 - AFT Jun 1900

Father: Henrich W. NOTHSTEIN
Mother: Susanna HALL

Family 1 : Elizabeth Ann WARD
  1.  Richard Courtney NOTHSTINE

 _Henrich W. NOTHSTEIN _+
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|_Susanna HALL _________+

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[7797] NAME: "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 353.

POB: Listed as Lithopolis in the death certificate of son William Clifford Nothstine (1878-1933).

CENSUS: 1840 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH
NOTSTEIN, Henry:
two males under 5
Two males 20-30
One female under 5
One female 20-30

CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 489/494
NOTHSTINE, Henry, 39y faromer b OH
", Susanna, 38y b OH
", Absalom, 14y b OH
", Joseph 12y b OH
", Anna 10y b OH
", John 8y b OH
", Jacob 6y b OH
", Eliza 4y b OH
", Lewis L., 2y b OH

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 33/33
NOTHSTINE, Henry 58y farmer b OH
", Susanna 56y keeping house b OH
", Absolom 32y works on farm b OH
", Lewis 21y works on farm b OH
", Frank 19y works on farm b OH
", Christina 16y at home b OH
", Roxalana 13y at home b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 8D
NOTHSTINE, Addam, 45y head, farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Elisabeth, 44y wife keeps house b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH
", Ida F., 19y dau at hom eb OH
", Rose A., 17y dau at home b OH
", Edward E., 15y son at home b OH
", Richard C., 12y son at home b OH
", Rose H., 8y dau at home b OH
", Fannie E., 5y dau at home b OH
", William C., 2y son at home b OH

CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, p 270A
NOTHSTINE, Absolum C., head, b Feb 1835 OH, parents b OH, mar 40y, farmer
", Elizabeth, wife b Oct 1835, 64y b OH, fa b VA, ma b OH, had 9 ch 8 living
", William C., son b Feb 1878 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Arthur C., son b Feb 1881, 19y b OH, invalid
McDowel/McDowd, Claud, servant b Feb 1874, 26y widow b WV, parents b WV, farm laborer.

A. C. NOTHSTINE, SR., a prominent citizen of Ashville, was closely identified with the agricultural interests of Pickaway County for 44 years, and still owns some 300 acres of valuable farming land in Walnut township. He is a worthy representative of a pioneer family, which settled in this section in the time of his grandfather, but his father, like himself, was born in Ohio. Mr. Nothstine was born in Madison township, Pickaway County, Ohio, not far distant from Lithopolis, on February 5, 1836, and is a son of Henry and Susan (Hall) Nothstine.

A. C. Nothstine, Sr., was reared in Madison township and attended the local schools,. working on his father's farm in the meantime and completing his education with one year of study at Lithopolis. In 1859 he began to farm on his own account, but his first year's experience was rather discouraging as in that year there came an untimely freezing spell that destroyed his wheat and corn, so that his crops brought him very little return for all his effort. This weather freak did not subsequently visit his crops, or he later learned better how to manage his operations, for Mr. Nothstine became a noted agriculturist and for the 44 years he devoted to general farming, he can show a successful record.

Mr. Nothstine was married in 1859 to Elizabeth Ann Ward, who is a daughter of Richard Ward, formerly a well-known farmer of Walnut township. The mother of Mrs. Nothstine died when she was eight years but she was carefully reared by her father and lived on the home farm until her marriage. The Ward family came to Ohio from Virginia.

Mr. and Mrs. Nothstine have had a family of eight. children five sons and three daughters. Ida, who married John Parks, resides at Circleville ; Rose Althea, who married C. B. Hedges, resides on a farm in Harrison township; Mr. and Mrs. Hedges have three sons--Walter, Howard and Roger. Fannie, who married John Noecker, a farmer of Madison township, has one son--Cecil. Edward, who was formerly a teacher, conducts a photograph gallery at McArthur, Vinton county. He has two sons and two daughters, viz.: Keneth, Paul, Dorothy and Ida. R. C., who is connected with Washington Court House and Circleville canning factories, married Vinnie Teegardin, a daughter of John Teegardin, of Madison township ; they have five daughters and one son, namely; Harriet, Mildred, Gertrude, Frances, Gretchen and A. C. Nothstine, Jr. Percy, who is a conductor on the P., C., C. & St. L. Ry., between Logansport, Indiana, and Chicago, has been on the road about eight years. He married Mabel Kirkendall of Circleville, a daughter of Captain Kirkendall. William C. married Oela C. Dunnick, daughter of Ex-Sheriff H. M. Dunnick, of Pickaway County, and has one daughter, Sarah Elizabeth. They reside on the home farm on the island. Arthur C., the youngest of Mr. Nothstine's children, is a chemist at the Carnegie Steel Company's plant at Zanesville, Ohio. He was educated at the Ohio State University at Columbus.

After his marriage, Mr. Nothstine purchased the farm of 150 acres on the Island, in Walnut township, which he stills owns. His other land, amounting to 160 acres, is situated east of the canal. As stated above, Mr. Nothstine continued to farm for very many years, raising corn and wheat and making a specialty of potatoes, raising by the mulching process some of the finest tubers ever offered in the local market. During the '70's and '80's he raised fine Berkshire and Poland-China hogs, and for 16 successive years was an exhibitor of fine hogs and agricultural products at the Pickaway and adjoining county fairs. Well does he recollect the yearly performance of the pacer "Reese Morris," on the little circular track. In 1904 he left the farm and purchased his fine property at Ashville, where he has resided ever since. He has taken a leading part in town affairs and is at present serving as a member of the Town Council, being a man whose discretion and judgment are much relied upon.

Mr. Nothstine is not only a charter member but a promoter of Nebraska Grange, No. 64, in Walnut township, Pickaway County. He was one of the earliest farmers of this section to become interested in the agricultural movement, which resulted in establishing the Grange ; and in its early days he gave a great deal of time visiting throughout Walnut township and placing the matter before his fellow farmers. Nebraska Grange was organized June 16, 1873, Mr. Nothstine securing the services of the State Grange organizer, Mr. Ellis, for this purpose. The Grange now has 104 members, being one of the strongholds of the organization. On June 16, 1906, its anniversary was held, and at this time 18 applications for membership were voted on. Mr. Nothstine is credited for its prosperous condition. He has done a great deal in the way of bring-the farmers closer together so that they may exchange ideas and experiences and a brotherhood has been established which is worth a great deal in rural life, both materially and socially.

In political sentiment Mr. Nothstine adheres to the principles of the Democratic party, in which he was reared. He was reared a Lutheran by Lutheran parents.
"History of Pickaway Co., Ohio, and Representative Citizens", Van Cleaf, 1906, p 632-633.

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PATRIDGE

[29381]

8 Nov 1921 - 8 Nov 1921

Father: Daniel PATRIDGE
Mother: Maud Blanche DILL


 _Daniel PATRIDGE ___
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[29381] Death certificate image. Infant daughter Patridge, 1810 S. 6th, born Nov 8, 1921 and died Nov 8 1921, stillbirth. Parents were Daniel Patridge b unknown and Maude Dill b Groveport, Ohio. Informant was Daniel Patridge. Buried Nov. 11 in Lithopolis.

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Philip H. PEER

[4895]

15 Nov 1848 - AFT 1919

Father: Benjamin N. PEER
Mother: Phoebe TEEGARDEN

Family 1 : Elizabeth SOLT
  1.  Alvah Leroy PEER
  2.  Clarence George Franklin PEER
  3.  Ethel Effie Pauline PEER

 _Benjamin N. PEER _
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[4895] "Mr. Peer is a son of Benjamin and Phoebe (Teagarden) Peer. His father was born in Pickaway County, Ohio, and died in 1881, at the age of fifty-six. He was a man of small means and never made a striking success in business affairs. During the Civil war he was a Union soldier in the ninety days service. He was a member of the German Reformed Church, while his wife was a Lutheran. His wife was a daughter of Daniel and Rachael (Croninger) Teagarden, who came to Ohio from Reading, Pennsylvania. Benjamin Peer and wife had the following children: Philip H.; Thomas, who lives near Winchester, Ohio; Joseph, who died unmarried in old Mexico; Nathan, of Franklin County, Ohio; John, of Greencastle, Ohio; Edward, of Winchester, Ohio; and Margaret, who married William Stotler and died in Pickaway County, leaving three children. " A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. 1919, p 155.

DOM/POM: Fairfield County, Ohio, Probate Marriages 1869-1880, FHL Batch M514353 Source 0295270 V 3-4. Names listed as Elizabeth Solt and Philip H. Peer.

CENSUS: 1850 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 484
PEER, Benjamin [N?], 21y farming b OH
", Phebe 24y b OH
", Phillip H. 1y b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; visitation 763/772
PEER, Benj. W. 33y farmer b OH
", Phoebe 35y b OH
", Philip H. 11y b OH
", Thomas L. 8y b OH
", Joseph W. 6y b OH
", Nathan H. 5y b OH
", John Z. 2y b OH
HUDSON, Rettie 9y b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 3
PEER, Philip H., 31y farmer b OH; parents b OH
", Elizabeth, 29y wife, keeping house, b OH, parents b OH
", Alva L., 3y son, b OH

CENSUS: went to Kansas in 1886, taking wife and three children; traveled by
railway.

CENSUS: 1895 Hampton, Rush Co., KS, visitation 22/22
PEER, P. H., 46y b OH, farmer
", E., 44y female b OH
", A. L., 16y male b OH, attended school
", C. N., 14y male b OH, attended school
", E. P., 11y female b OH, attended school
NOTE: in the 1895 census, the family beside them is that of Henry and Mary Ann (ADAMS) ROLLER and Henry's mother, all from the Fairfield Co., Ohio area and probably traveled to KS together.

CENSUS: 1900 Hampton Twp., Rusch Co., KS; ED 245 SH 6A p 294
PEER, Philip H., b Nov 1848, 51y b OH, parents b OH, farmer, mar. 24y
", Elizabeth, 49y wife b June 1850, had 3 ch 3 living b OH, parents b OH
", Alvah L., son b May 1877, 23y b OH, at school
", Clarence N., son b Sep 1880, 19y b OH, at school
", Ethel P., dau b Dec 1883 16y b OH, at school
NOTE: A PLOTNER family, also from Bloom township, have been in KS since before 1870. This PEER family settled in Rush Co., KS 15 years later very near one of the PLOTNER "children", Kit Carson Plotner.

CENSUS: 1905 Hampton, Rush Co., KS., p 6
PEER, P. H., 56y b OH, all in family came to KS from Ohio, farmer
", E., 54y female, b OH
", C. N., 23y male, b OH
", Ethel, 21y b OH

CENSUS: 1910 Hampton Twp., Rush Co., KS; sh 6A ED 186
PEER, Phillip H., head, 61y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 35y, farm
", Elizabeth wife 59y b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA, had 3 ch 3 living
", Nathan H., brother 54y single b OH, farm laborer

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Manton PETERS

[6743]

8 Aug 1833 - 9 Feb 1889

Family 1 : Hester DUMM

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[6743] NAME: From mother-in-law's 1870 partition records.

CENSUS: 1860 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 35
PETERS, Manton, 27y farmer b OH, married within year, $500 personal estate
", Hester, 28y b PA, married within census year.

CENSUS: 1870 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 18
PETERS, Manton 37y farmer b OH, $600 personal estate
", Hester, 38y keeping house b OH
", Poline, 9y b OH
", Isabelle, 4y b OH
", John, 2y b OH
CARTTER, Peter, 40y works on farm b OH

CENSUS: 1880 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; ED 221 p (2?)
PETERS, Manton, 47y farmer b OH, fa b MD, ma b OH
", Hettie, 48y wife keeps house b PA, parents b PA
", Pauline, 18y dau at home b OH, attended school
", Isabell, 14y dau at home b OH, attended school
", John, 12y son at home b OH, attended school
", Florence, 6y dau at home b OH, attended school

DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900",
CD #236.

DOB/DOD: OneWorldTree at ancestry.com; no author. No locations shown. Data unconfirmed. Shown as the son of Stevenson Peters and Zillah Wilson.

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Nola P. PIERCE

[14786]

23 Sep 1888 - 14 Feb 1969

Family 1 : Charles Dickens KISTLER
  1.  Helen KISTLER
  2.  Coral KISTLER
  3.  Margaret J. KISTLER
  4.  Clara Louise KISTLER
  5.  Edith Elizabeth KISTLER
  6.  Pearl V. KISTLER
  7.  Pauline M. KISTLER

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[14786] DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 65. Nola M. Kistler, full dates.

CENSUS: 1920 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; SD 11, ED 6, SH 7B
KISTLER, Charles D., 33y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN, farmer
", Nola P., wife 29y b OH, parents b OH
", Helen, dau 8y b OH
", Coral, dau 6y b OH
", Margaret J., dau 4y b OH
", Clara L., dau 1 and ?/12 b OH
", Elijah, father, 80y widowed b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH

CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 10A
KISTLER, Charles D., head, owns home, resides on a farm, 43y b OH, parents b
OH, farm operator, married first at age 20
", Nolia M., wife 39y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 19
", Margaret J., dau 14y b OH
", Clara L., dau 11y b OH
", Edith E., dau 9y b OH
", Pearl V., dau 4 ?/12 b OH
", Pauline M., dau 2 ?/12 b OH

DOD/POD: Nola Kistler, white female, died 14 Feb 1969 at Lancaster-Fairfield Hosp., Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, aged 80, 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.

MAIDEN NAME: Listed as Pierce in death info for daughter's Clara and Helen.

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Mary REBER

[7964]

____ - ____

Father: Charles REBER
Mother: Belinda WELTON


 _Charles REBER __+
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|--Mary REBER 
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|_Belinda WELTON _+

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[7964] NAME: "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 17. Mentioned in Valentine Reber's 1861 partition record as a child of Charles Reber, son of Valentine.

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Edna L. REED

[29977]

ABT 1899 - ____

Family 1 : Louis E. BARKER

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[29977] DOM/POM: Images at familysearch.org; Louis E. Barker, 21, of Adrian, MI, R.R. worker b MI to John F. Barker and Esther Foor; Edna L. Reed, 24, of Jasper, MI., born MI to Irving Reed and Edith Cheney, neither previously married, married May 10, 1923, Adrian, MI.

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Addie M. REID

[26865]

8 Jan 1866 - AFT Jun 1870

Father: Adam REID
Mother: Anna Magdalena NOTHSTEIN


 _Adam REID ________________
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|--Addie M. REID 
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|_Anna Magdalena NOTHSTEIN _+

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[26865] DOB/DOBap: Name listed as Adam M, parents as Adam and Ann Reed. Susan Nothstein was the sponsor for Adam, and will Henry Whaly, baptised also on same day. Sponsor for Mary Christina was her mother. "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 42.

CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, p6
REID, Adam, 30y farmer b OH
", Annie, 31y keeping house b OH
", Martha J., at home b OH, attended school
", Mary 9y b OH
", Elizabeth 7y b OH
", Henry 6y b OH
", Addie M., 5y b OH, female
", John 3y b OH
", Jacob 1y b OH
", Susan 1/12 b OH, born in May

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Donald REPLOGLE

[23889]

____ - ____

Father: James S. REPLOGLE Sr.
Mother: Kathryn E. FOOR


 _James S. REPLOGLE Sr._
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|--Donald REPLOGLE 
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|_Kathryn E. FOOR ______+

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[23889] LOCATION: 1947 - The home of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Foor was the scene of a
very pleasant gathering on Sunday, March 23, celebrating th e80th birth
anniversary of Mrs. Robert H. Foor. Those present were: Mrs. Robert H.
Foor, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Foor, Iva Jane, Richard, Robert and Joe Foor,
Mr. and Mrs. James Replogle, Jimmie, Donald and Dennis Replogle, Albert Foor,
Mr. and Mrs. George Foor, Dean and Betty Lee [Loor?], Mrs. Alice Bloomquist,
Mrs. Dexter Easton, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hoffman of Everett; Mr. and
Mrs. Ellis Foor, Diana? and Johnny Foor, Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Showalter of Altoona. [Bedford Gazette, Bedford, PA, April 3, 1947]

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Mary V. ROBERTS

[15467]

6 Oct 1849 - 2 Feb 1938

Family 1 : Theodore JUNGKURTH
  1.  Maud JUNGKURTH
  2.  Blanch Jennie JUNGKURTH

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[15467] MAIDEN NAME: From daughter Maud's birth record.

DOM/POM: IGI Fairfield County, Ohio Marriages 1869-1880; Batch M514353.
Names shown as Mary Roberts and Theodore Jungkurth.

CENSUS: 1880 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH; p 15
JUNGKURTH, Theodore, 34y huckster b OH, fa b Germany, ma b PA
", Mary V., 30y wife keeping house b IN, parents b "Whales"
", Maud, 2y dau b OH
", Blanch, 1y dau b OH

CENSUS: 1900 York Twp., Union Co., OH; ED 146 SH 3B
JUNGKURTH, Theodore S., head, b Sep 1845, 55y mar. 25y, fa b Germany, ma b
PA, farmer
", Mary V., wife b Oct 1849, 50y had 4 ch 3 living, fa b Ireland, ma b at sea
", Blanch, dau b Mar 1871, 29y single b OH, housekeeper
", Fred, son b Sep 1881, 18y b OH, farm laborer

CENSUS: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, ward 2 ED 46 Sh 14B
JUNGKURTH, Mary, head, 57y widow b OH, fa b Wales England, ma b at sea, dressmaker, had 4 ch 3 living
", Fred, son 28y b OH, parents b OH, married 2y, inspector
", Marie, daughter-in-law 21y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch 1 living, houseworker private family.
Where is the one living child of Marie?

CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH; p 202 SH 4A ED 17 Ward 2
JUNGKURTH, Mary V., head, 75y widwo b OH, fa b Irish free state, ma b at sea. no occupation.

DOD/POD: Name listed as Mary V. Jungkurth, Cert. #8922. "Ohio Death Certificate Index, 1913-1944", Ohio Historical Society, online ohiohistory.org.

Death certificate image. #8922. Mary V. Jungkurth, 696 S. 9th, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, widow of Theodore Junkurth, died Feb. 2, 1938 aged 86y 3m 26d, born Oct 6, 1851 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, to unknown Roberts b Ireland and unknown Nelson b unknown. Informant was Fred Jungkurth of Columbus, Ohio. Died of lobar pneumonia, onset of Jan. 21, and fracture of right him on Jan. 20. Buried Union Cem., Feb. 4.

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John ROCKEY

[6087]

31 Oct 1811 - 11 Sep 1898

Father: John ROCKEY
Mother: Elizabeth SNYDER

Family 1 : Susannah TEEGARDEN
  1.  Hulda E. ROCKEY
  2.  Martha ROCKEY
  3.  George Andrew ROCKEY
  4.  Aaron W. ROCKEY

 _John ROCKEY ______+
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|--John ROCKEY 
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|_Elizabeth SNYDER _

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[6087] NAME: "Fairfield County Wills and Estate Abstracts, Cases 1-500", Fairfield County Gen. Society, April 1996, p 44. Mentioned as one of the children. In 1827, Peter LONG became his guardian.

DOB/POB/DOD/POBurial: AFN P83H-H7 -- mother is listed as "Elizabeth SNYDER".

CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 3, line 1. Listing for a John Rockey shows one male 20-30, two females, one 0-5, one 15-20.

Obituary----Kokomo Daily Tribune, Kokomo, Indiana, Thursday, September 1, 1898
This morning at 9:30 o'clock John Rockey died of paralysis, at the home of his son, I. F. Rockey, five and three fourths miles south of the city. The deceased was eighty-six years and ten months old at the time of his death. The funeral will be conducted at the house Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment in Randolph Cemetery.

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Joseph SABO

[17535]

2 Mar 1908 - 10 Jun 1978

Family 1 : Edith Alberta HELLER
  1. +Jimmy Lee SABO
  2. +Carol Jean SABO
  3.   SABO

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[17535] DOB/DOD/POD/POBurial: Margaret Davey via Aug. 2009 email. She further states that they had children, Jimmy Lee and Carol Jean.

POD: Joseph Sabo, white male, resided Franklin Co., Ohio, died June 10, 1978 at Mt. Carmel Med. Ctr., Columbus, Ohio, age 70, married, cert. #049556. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.

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Sarah A. SACKRIDER

[17922]

6 Jul 1860 - 25 Jun 1927

Father: Henry SACKRIDER
Mother: Sophia STUCKEY

Family 1 : Charles C. JOHN

 _Henry SACKRIDER _+
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|--Sarah A. SACKRIDER 
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|_Sophia STUCKEY __+

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[17922] DOB/DOBap/POBap/PARENTAGE: "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield county chapter OGS, 1994, p 34. Name listed as Sarah Allmanda Sackreiter; parents listed as Heinrich Sackreiter and Sophie Lahn. Sponsors were parents.

CENSUS: 1870 Monticello Twp., Piatt Co., IL; p 23
SACKRIDER, Henry, 37y farmer b France, parents of foreign birth
", Sopha, 28y keeping house b France, parents of foreign birth
", William, 12y b OH
", Sarah, 10y b OH
", Magdaline, 9y b OH
", Julia, 5y b IL
", Lucy 1/12 b IL
", Magdaline, 63y keeping house b France

CENSUS: 1880 Monticello Twp., Piatt Co., IL; ED 179 p 28
SACKRIDER, Henry, 47y grocer & bd. house, b France, parents b Grance
", Sophia, 38y wife keeping house b France, parents b France
", W. H., 21y son, asst'g, b OH
", Sarah, 18y dau, asst'g, b OH
", Kate, 17y dau, asst'g, b OH
", Julia, 15y dau asst'g b OH
", Emma, 10y dau b Piatt Co.
", Carry, 7y dau b Piatt Co.
", Attie? 3y dau b Piatt Co.

1890 - Charles Johns of Columbus, O., and Miss Sarah Sackriter, daughter of the Hon. Henry Sackriter of Monticello, were married in Louisville, Ky., Thursday. They will reside in Columbus. [Decatur Daily Despatch, Decatur, IL., Feb. 8, 1890, p 2]

1891 - Monticello - Mrs. Sarah John, of Columbus, O., is the guest of her father, Henry Sackriter. [Decatur Morning Review, Decatur, IL., June 11, 1891, p 3]

1916 - Cisco - Mr. and Mrs. Johns of Cleveland, O., and Mrs. H. Sackriter of Monticello, visited Tuesday with Peter Stuckey. [Daily Review, Decatur, IL., Aug. 4, 1916, p 11]

Death certificate image. Sarah John, 534 City Park Ave., died at St. Francis Hosp., Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, June 25, 1927, aged 66y 11m 19d, married to Charles C. John. Born July 6, 1860 Fairfield Co., Ohio to Henry Sackriter b Alsace, Lorain and Sophia Stuckey b Alsace Lorain. Informant was Charles C. John. Buried Green Lawn Cem., June 28.

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Fred John SAYLER

[21493]

6 Nov 1888 - 12 Nov 1965

Family 1 : Rena Nellie SOMES
  1.  Merl Fred SAYLER
  2.  Viola Mae SAYLER
  3.  Clyde Welcome SAYLER
  4. +Lavern SAYLER
  5.  Raymond L. SAYLER

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[21493] CENSUS: 1920 Riga Twp., Lenawe Co., MI, p 175
SAYLOR, Fred, head, 31y b MI, fa b Germany, ma b (Russia?), farmer
", Rena, wife 29y b MI, fa b OH, ma b MI
", Merl, son 8y b MI
", Viola, dau 4y b MI
SOMES, John, father-in-law 63y widow b OH, fa b in U.S., ma b NY, no occ.

DOB/DOD/POBurial: From Marilyn, granddaughter of Fred Sayler, via June 2006 email.

POB/MIDDLE NAME: From Lisa Jones via June 2006 email.

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Charles Jacob SCHOLL

[19114]

ABT 1750 - 17 Dec 1829

Family 1 : Maria Margaretha FUHR

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[19114] NAME/DOB/DOD/POB/POD: From GenForum.com message board message authored by "Beth" in January 2001. She states that Charles Jacob Scholl was the s/o Simon Peter Scholl and grandson of immigrant Carl Jacob Scholl, and that Margareth Fuhr was the d/o Leonard Fuhr Sr. and Maria Catherine, and that she had a brother named Leonard Jr. Margareth and Charles Scholl had, according to Beth, the following ch: "Simon Peter SCHOLL, b June 24 1778, Barbara SCHOLL,b Jan 1 1782. Margaret SCHOLL b Jan 1 1782 (error or twin?) Jacob SCHOLL b est 1786, Elizabeth SCHOLL b Oct 17 1787, Leonard SCHOLL b est 1790 Mary Magdalena SCHOLL, b 1788 and George SCHOLL b Jan 12 1795"

Info on the SHOLL/SCHOLL family, as well as the mention of Charles Jacob Sholl (no dates) m Margaret FUHR (no dates), is on page 198 of SCHOLL, SHOLL< SHULL Genealogy, John Wm. Scholl, Grafton Press, 1930. Page 205 of same book it mentions he was born about 1756/1757 "probably in the old log house in Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA", died at Smithburg, Washington county, MD, on or about Dec. 17, 1829. He married "Margaret Fuhr, sister of Leonard, Jr., who named her in his will, daughter of Leonard Sr., and Maria Catherine ( ) Fuhr.

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Larry SELL

[24359]

BEF 1950 - ____

Father: Carl Andrew SELL
Mother: Martha Anna AKOM

Family 1 : Theresa

 _Carl Andrew SELL _
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|--Larry SELL 
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|_Martha Anna AKOM _+

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[24359]
LOCATION: 2003 - listed as a surviving son, Larry (Theresa) [Sell] of Bulffton, indiana, in father's May 2003 obituary.

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Anna M. SHAFFER

[17751]

Mar 1858 - 1906

Father: John M. SHAFFER
Mother: Elizabeth

Family 1 : William STROUP

 _John M. SHAFFER _+
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|--Anna M. SHAFFER 
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|_Elizabeth _______

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[17751] CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 196/188 - Lockville
SHAFFER, John, 33y farmer b Europe
", Elizabeth 24y b Europe
", Elizabeth [J.?] 12y b oH
", Wm. H., 10y b OH
", Margaret C., 3y b OH
", Anna M., 1y b OH
SHAFFER, Elizabeth 80y b Europe

CENSUS: 1870 Liberty Twp., Davies Co., MO; p 10
SHAFER, John, 47y farmer b unknown, $1000 real estate, $1100 personal estate
", Harriet, 38y keeping house b OH
", Wm. H., 18y works on farm b OH, attended school
", Margaret, 14y b OH, attended school
", Anna M., 11y b OH, attended school, can't write
", Samantha, 9y b OH, attended school
", Lewis, 9y b OH, attended school
", Charity, 4y b OH, attended school
", Manda? Miranda? B., 1y b MO

DOM/POM: William Stroup and Anna M. Shafer, 28 Mar 1880. Daviess Co., MO., index to marriages.

CENSUS: 1880 Liberty Twp., Daviess Co., MO; p 14D
SHAFFER, William H., 28y farmer b OH, fa b Germany, ma b OH
", Mary L., 22y wife keeping house b OH, parents b PA
", Charles E., 6y son b MO
FULLER, Mary, 45y mother-in-law, widow, keeping house b PA, parents b PA
>>>some residence, different family:
STROUP, William, 23y farmer b OH, parents b OH
", Annie M., 20y wife keeping house b OH, parents b Germany

1884 - Flossy Olga Stroup, female, third child, born April 16, 1884 in Daviess Co., MO to Anna M. (Shafer) Stroup 28y b OH, and Wm. Stroup, farmer, 27y b OH.

CENSUS: 1900 Jamesport city, Jamesport Twp., Daviess Co., MO; ED 51 SH 4B
STROUP, William, head, b April 1856, 44y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 20y, carpenter
", Annie, wife b Mar 1858, 42y b OH, parents b Germany, had 8 ch 6 living
", Laura, dau b Dec 1880, 19y b MO, school teaching
", Flossie, dau b April 1884, 16y b MO
", Lawrence, son b Oct 1887, 12y b MO
", Chester, son b May 1891, 9y b MO
", Blanche, dau b Aug 1893, 6y b MO
", Alice, dau b April 1896, 3y b MO

DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Anna M. Stroup, 1858-1906. Mt. Mora Cemetery inscriptions online.

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Violet SHAUF

____ - 1980

Family 1 : Blaine Lloyd FOOR
  1.  Wanda Darlene FOOR
  2.  Ronald E. FOOR

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Edwin SOLT

[15300]

19 Jun 1910 - 28 Mar 1971

Father: Thomas M. SOLT
Mother: Nettie E. HEINZELMAN

Family 1 : Bernice L. SCHROYER

 _Thomas M. SOLT _______
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|--Edwin SOLT 
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|_Nettie E. HEINZELMAN _

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[15300] NAME: Listed as a deceased sibling in brother Paul Solt's Oct 1994 obituary.

CENSUS: 1920 Dewey Twp., Burnett Co., Wisconsin; ED 43 SH 5B
SOLT, Thomas M., head, 46y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Nettie E., wife 38y b IN, parents b PA
", Paul, son 17y b NE
", Howard, son 12y b NE
", Edwin, son 10y b OH
", Kenneth, son 7y b NE
", Helen, dau 4 y b Minnesota
", Thomas Jr., 8/12 b Minnesota

CENSUS: 1930 Dewey Twp., Burnett Co., Wisconsin, p 186, sh 2A
SOLT, Thomas M., head, owns home, owns a radio set, resides on a farm, 57y b
OH, parents b OH, married first at age 28, farmer
", Nettie, wife 48y b IN, parents b PA, married first at age 19
", Edwin, son 19y b OH, farm laborer
", Keneth, son 17y b NE, farm laborer
", Helen, dau 14y b Minnesota
", Tommie, son 11y b Minnesota

DOB/DOD/POBurial: Name listed as Edwin L. Solt, full dates. "Cemeteries of Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield County Gen. Soc., Chapter OGS, 1996, p 54. It appears a possible wife is listed on the stone as well... Bernice L. born Feb. 25, 1912. No death date.

DOD/POD: Name listed as Edwin Solt, resided in Fairfield County, died at OSU Medical Ctr. in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, 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.

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Michele SPEAR

[25608]

2 Apr 1973 - ____

Family 1 : Duane David WARNER
  1.  Makala Renee WARNER
  2.  Duane David WARNER

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[25608] NAME/DOB: Email from Elvin Ogg April 2005.

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Johan Jacob SPENGLER

[8099]

14 Jan 1771 - 7 Jan 1831

Family 1 : Barbara REICHELDERFER
  1.  Magdalene SPANGLER
  2. +Mary Polly SPANGLER
  3.  Jeremiah SPANGLER
  4.  Catherine SPANGLER
  5.  Esther SPANGLER
  6. +Sarah Amelia SPANGLER
  7. +Jesse SPANGLER
  8. +Enoch SPANGLER
  9.  Tom SPANGLER
  10.  Elizabeth SPANGLER
  11. +Levi SPANGLER

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[8099] DOD/POBurial: "Saltcreek Township, Pickaway County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions", 1995, Mayberry, Pickaway Co., Historical Society, p 45. Name listed as Jacob Spangler, died 7 Jan 1831, aged 59y 11m 25d (German inscriptions). War of 1812 Veteran.

HENRY COUNTY OHIO, 1974 p 278-279 has history of Enoch Spangler who's father is listed as ELI.

*P* member Dale White looked up census info via *P* and said:
NOTE; AN OLDER FAMILY GROUP SHEET (NO NAME FOR COMPILER) SHOWS JACOB BEING BORN "1-14-1771" AND DIED "1-7-1831". BUT ACCORDING TO Index to the Grave Records of Servicemen of the War of 1812 State of Ohio it shows him being b 1775 d 1884 buried same. WHICH IS CORRECT?!? Any documentation to birth, baptism, death?

BIRTH: twp from Donald K. Wilson gedcom 12/91; Birth listed in V3 Berks Co
births

From Donald K. Wilson gedcom 12/91, Jacob's occ was farm, m @ New Bethel Corner Church, lived on Spangler Road in Circleville [OH], and possibly was a private in Capt L. Pierce's Co; War of 1812.

DAR #611969 Jun 1979 mentions 4 children of revolutionary ancestor (the
father). Listed are Jacob, Henry, Goerge, Christina

LINEAGE CONNECTION: Gert Mysliwski, 16754 Marion Way, Grass Valley, CA 95949
09/92

A "Jacob & Barbara SPANGLER" appear as sponsors for the baptism of 'Lieala
GLUCK" 20 May 1817, who was b 09 Feb 1817, child of Solomon & Maria GLUCK.
"Churchbooks of the Lutheran and German Reformed Congregations of the
Glick/Salem (Union)/Brick Church, 1808-1915, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co OH",
Fairfield co Gen Society, 1993, p 4.

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Robert Joseph TRIMBLE

[26572]

12 Oct 1959 - ____

Family 1 : Valerie Ilene RITCHEY

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[26572] NAME/DOB/POB: From Valerine Ilene (Ritchey) Trimble via Jan. 2006 email.

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Nellie TRIPP

[22496]

ABT 1902 - AFT 1 Jan 1920

Father: Samuel J. TRIPP
Mother: Thurza LARZELERE


 _Samuel J. TRIPP __
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|--Nellie TRIPP 
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|_Thurza LARZELERE _+

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[22496] CENSUS: 1910 Franklin Twp., Lenawee Co., MI, ED 63 SH 11B
TRIPP, Samuel, head, 50y b MI, fa b [?], ma b NY, farmer, married once
", Thurza, wife 36y b MI, fa b NY, ma b MI, mar. 13y, had 7 ch 7 living
", Eila, dau 12y b MI
", Eva, dau 10y b MI
", Nellie, dau 8y b MI
", Henry, son 6y b MI
", Floyd, son 3y b MI
", Lloyd, son 3y b MI
", Alice, ?/12 b MI

CENSUS: 1920 Franklin Twp., Lenawee Co., MI; ED 71 SH 2A
TRIPP, Sam, head, 58y b MI, fa b ??, ma b NY, farmer
", Thurza, wife 44y b MI, parents b MI
", Ila, dau 20y b MI, district school teacher
", Nellie, dau 18y b MI
", Henry, son 14y b MI
", Floyd, son 12y b MI
", Loyd, son 12y b MI
", Alice, dau 9?y b MI
", Clifford, son 7?y b MI

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Martha WELSH

[22164]

ABT 1843 - AFT Jun 1860

Father: Amos WELSH
Mother: Louisa KEIM


 _Amos WELSH __
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|--Martha WELSH 
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|_Louisa KEIM _

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[22164] CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 1942.
WELSH, Amos, 456 farmer b OH, $5500 real estate
", Louisa, 40y b OH
", William, 24y farmer b OH
", Sarah M., 17y b OH
", Henry, 15y farmer b OH
", Irwin, 13y b OH
", Louann?, 11y female b OH
", Martha, 7y b OH
", Francis, 5y female b OH

CENSUS: 1860 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 20/20
WELSH, Amos, 56y farmer b VA, $10,000 real estate, $1400 personal estate
", Louisa, 53y b OH
", Sarah, 25y b OH
", Irvin, 22y farmer b OH
", Lorain/Louann, 19y b OH
", Martha, 16y b OH
", Francis M., 14y b OH

This may be the Dollie M. Welsh who died June 2, 1863 aged 19y 7m 25d (born abt 08 Oct 1843) and is buried beside other siblings in Wesley Chapel cemetery.

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Elizabeth WILDERMUTH

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6 Oct 1814 - 13 Jun 1839

Father: Daniel WILDERMUTH
Mother: Catherine BACHER


 _Daniel WILDERMUTH _+
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|_Catherine BACHER __+

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[11057] "Children of Daniel and Catherine (Bacher) Wildermuth, all born in Greenfield Twp. [Fairfield Co., OH]. Ancestry.com. Johann David Wildermuth and his descendants, 1752-1964. Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.. 2004. Johann David Wildermuth and his descendants, 1752-1964. Lee, Ruth Kline,. Milwaukee?. unknown. 1965, p 22. She died in Pleasant Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, June 13, 1839, married John L. Feeman who was born in Fairfield Co., Ohio Dec. 7, 1809 and he died March 26, 1900. [p 31]

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Eugene WILKEY

[28745]

ABT 1924 - ____

Family 1 : Carolyn
  1.   WILKEY
  2.   WILKEY

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[28745] CENSUS: 1930, 6th civil district, White co., TN; ED 8 SH 7A p 161
WILKEY, Roy, head, 38y b TN, parents b TN, farmer
", Edith, wife, 24y b TN, parents b TN
", Eugene, son 4y b TN
", J. T., son 2y b TN
", Junior L., son 1/12 b TN

1955 - Wilkey Infant Died. A premature infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilkey, 415 S. Fifth St., died soon after birth at Mercy Hospital Wednesday morning. Graveside services will be held in Sunset Memorial Park at 10 a.m. Thursday. The body is at the Robert L. Jackley Funeral Home. Surviving are the parents; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morgan, Elwood; and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilkey, Sparta, Tenn. [Anderson Herald, Anderson, IN., March 3, 1955]

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