__ | |--Catharina | |__
__ | |--Dorotha | |__
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 1706
BRONZE, Auguste, 39y cabinet maker b Germany, $250 real estate
", Dorothy, 48y b Germany
", Charles, 5y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Violet Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 93
BRUNCE, Augustus, 49y farmer b Hanover, Ger., $1500 real estate, $400 personal estate
", Dorotha, 57y b Hanover, Germany, can't read and write
", Charles, 15y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; p 13
BURNS, August, 56y farmer b Hanover, parents of foreign birth, $5000 real estate, $1000 personal estate
", Dorthia, 68y keeping house b Hanover, parents of foreign birth
", Charles, 25y works on farm b OH, parents of foreign birth
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; p 279C
BRUNCE, Charles, 34y farmer b OH, parents b Hanover
", Hannah, 25y wife keeping house b Mecklinburg, parents b same
", Edwin, 2y son b OH
", babe, 1/12 male b in April, son b OH
", Augustus, 68y father b Mecklinburg, parents b (nothing written)
", Dorathea, 77y mother b Mecklinburg, parents b (nothing written)
FARDNER, Andrew, 21y works on farm b OH, parents b OH
DOD: Augustus F. Bruns died Mar. 15, 1887, 75y 10m 18d. Dorothea died Aug. 25, 1893, aged 91y 9m 2d. DOB figured from age at death. "Volume Two, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, Madison Township", Franklin County Chapter OGS, 1981, p 110.
_Jesse Benjamin ALSPACH _+ | |--Mamie M. ALSPACH | |_Verta Mae JACKSON ______+
DOD: Listed as a deceased sister, Mamie Arledge, in sister Mary E. (Alspach) Storts May 2002 obituary.
1920 Census, Hummell Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - visitation 218/220
ALSPACH, Jese B. 48 b OH; parents b OH
", Birdie M., wife, 34 b OH; parents b OH
", John D., son 12 b OH
", Jesse B., son 4 b OH
", Dorothy M., dau 10 b OH
", [Mamie?] M., dau 8 b OH
", Mary E., dau 5 b OH
", Bernice dau 1 b OH
JACKSON, Lydia, mother in law, 63 widowed b OH; parents b OH
CENSUS: 1930 Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 24 SH 1A p 221
ALSPAUGH, Jesse B., head, 58y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Verda J., wife 47y b OH, parents b OH
", Dorthy M., dau 21y b OH
", Mamie M., dau 19y b OH
", Mary F., dau 16y b OH
", Jessie B., dau 14y b OH
", Bernice G., dau 10y b OH
", Howard J., son 6y b OH
", Eddie R., son 3 4/12 b OH
JACKSON, Liddie, mother-in-law 72y widow b OH, parents b OH
LOCATION: 1958 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Mamie Arledge of West Liberty in father's Oct. obit.
_Fredrick BACHER _+ | |--Maria Anna BACHER | |_Susana ROUGH ____
MAIDEN NAME: May not be correct. Son Friedrich's baptismal/church record lists his parents as Daniel Beck and Maria Knaas. "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 19. Info submitted to Ancestry.com by David Prins in January of 2001 shows her name as Mary Ann BACHER -- a more likely surname in that area.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
BOCHAR, Frederick: one male 15-20, two males 20-30, one male 50-60. One
female 5-10, one female 10-15, one female 30-40.
CENSUS: 1850 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH - visitation 112/112
BECK, Dan'l 46y farmer b PA
", Mary 40y b OH
", Catherine 18y b OH
", Frederick 20y farmer b OH
", Susan 16y b OH
", Andrew, 14y b OH
", Dan'l 12y b OH
", Geo. ? 9y male b OH
", Jesse 7y male b OH
", Henry 1y b OH
NOTE: Family 111/111 was that of Andrew Beck, possible brother.
CENSUS: 1860 Johnstown precinct, Cumberland Co., IL, p 675
BECK, Daniel, 56y farmer b PA, $3000 real estate, $600 personal estate
", Mary A., 49y b OH
", George 19y b OH
", Jesse, 16y b OH
", Henry 11y b OH, attended school
", Mary E., 8y b OH, attended school
BECK, Daniel, 21y farmer b OH
", Louisa, 19y b OH
", Sarah, 1y b IL
STEEL, Catharine, 28y widow b OH
TRUE?, Celia E., 6y b OH
STEEL, Susan 4y b IL
", Mary Caroline, 2y b IL
CENSUS: 1870 Flat Creek Twp., post office Cassville, Barry Co., MO, p 24
BECK, Daniel, 66y farmer b PA, $400 real estate, $150 personal estate, can't
", Mary A., 57y b OH, can't write
", Mary, 16y b OH, attended school
TREACE, Celia E., 15y b OH, attended school, can't read or write
STEEL, Caroline, 12y b IL, attended school, can't read or write
CENSUS: 1880 Flat Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO, ED 5
BECK, Andy, 43y head, married, farmer, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH, can't read or
", Elisabeth, 41y wife keeping house b OH, parents b OH, can't write
", Wm. A., 20y son works on farm b IL, can't write
", Julia A., 18y dau keeping house b IL
", Emma, 14y dau keeping house can't write, attended school, b IL
", John C., 12y son works on farm b IL, attended school, can't read/write
", David A., 9y son works on farm b MO, attended school
", Asa Otis, 8y son works on farm b MO, maimed, crippled or otherwise
", Laura E., 3y dau at home b MO
", James, 1y son at home b MO
", Mary A., 70y mother widowed, infirm, b OH, parents b PA, can't read or
write, palsied, insane
NOTE: When Mary's aunt Lydia Bachar died, she died unmarried and the last of
all her siblings. The heirs of her estate, dated in 1872, listed her
deceased siblings and their heirs. The children listed for Frederick Baugher
were: Mary Beck, Susan Hall, heirs of Catharine Brobst, Margaret Hathaway,
Jonas Baugher, Solomon Baugher, David Baugher and Jacob Baugher. Estate
records state that Frederick had died leaving 8 children, one of whom has
died since (must be Catharine Brobst).
__ | |--Elizabeth BALES | |__
__ | |--Efphama Ann BATTIN | |__
 NAME/DOB/DOD: from Stephanie Stott of Carthage, IL via April 2011 email.
_Robert Joseph FOOR ___+ | |--Brook BEISNER | |_Patricia Ann SHIVELY _
NO DOCUMENTATION: info from the files of Lori Stucker, 6/1998 "Brook Foor"
Brook is listed as "Allison and Brook Beisner" in [step?] grandmother's (Mildred M. Foor) April 1990 obituary.
_Reuben BOYD __ | |--Leroy Roy L. BOYD | |_Mary J. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Madison Twp., Franklin Co., OH; sh 2B Ed 17
BOYDE, Ruben, head, 54y b OH, parents b Germany, section hand
", Mary, wife 50y b OH, parents b OH, had 14 ch 11 living, washerwoman at
", Richard, son 22y b OH, farm laborer
", Emma E., dau 16y b OH
", Ethel M., dau 15y b OH
", Clarence E., son 13y b OH, helper, pringint office
", Roy L., son 12y b OH
", Edward C., son 10y b OH
", Burdine, dau 6y b OH
1918 draft registration card. Leroy Boyd, Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, born Oct. 5, 1898, student at Marietta college, medium height and build, brown eyes and hair, nearest relative Mr. Reuben Boyd of Canal Winchester, Ohio. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1930 Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH; ED 20 SH 17B; 215 1/2 S. High Street.
BOYD, Leroy, head, rents home for $30/month, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 31y b OH, first married at age 26, parents b OH, printer, newspaper
", Nettie G., wife 27y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 22, telegraph editor, newspaper.
1936 - Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boyd, 1003 East King Street, will visit over the week-end with Mrs. Boyd's mother, Mrs. J. E. Fisher at Cardington, OH. [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, OH, April 11, 1936]
LOCATION: 1959 - listed as a surviving brother, Leroy of Lancaster Rt. 6 in sister Dora's Feb. obit.
LOCATION: 1962 - Leroy Boyd, 63, Rt. 6 Lancaster, cited March 11 by state patrolmen for passing on a hill crest on U.S. 22, paid a fine of $100 and costs after waiving appearance [Lancaster Eagle Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, March 16, 1962]
SSDI: Leroy Boyd, Oct. 5, 1898 died Aug. 1974.
DOD/POD: Leroy Boyd, resided and died at home in Fairfield Co., Ohio, Aug. 16, 1974, aged 75, married. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
__ | |--Richard Elvin COLBERT | |__
 DOB/DOD/POB/POD/SPOUSE: From info posted into ancestry.com's World Tree project by Loretta Brown, Sept. 2003.
_Isaac COOPER _____+ | |--Nancy E. COOPER | |_Lucinda MONTAGUE _
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 27
COOPER, Isaac, 46y carpenter b OH
", Lucinda, 34y keeping house b VA
", Masouri 11y helps mother b OH
", William H., 9y attending school b OH
", Ulysis S., at home b OH
", Sherman 5y b OH at home
", Ida, 2y at home b OH
", Nancy E., at home 4/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Jefferson/Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 22
COOPER, Isaac, 52y carpenter b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Lucinda, 43 or 48y wife keeping house, can't write, b VA; parents b VA
", William H., 19y son works by month b OH
", Grant, 15y son works by day, can't write, b OH
", Sherman, 15y son, works by day, can't write b OH
", Ida M., 12y dau at home b OH
", Nancy E., 10y dau at home b OH
", Ollie, 7y dau at home b OH
", Nellie M., 5y dau b OH
", John, 9/12 born in August, son b OH
_George Ball CUSTER __+ | |--Samantha Jane CUSTER | |_Sarah G. COURTRIGHT _+
"He was accidentally killed on one of his business trips near Steubenville, Ohio, 1872. His wife, who bore the maiden name of Samantha Custer, belonged to one branch of the Custer family that has furnished several prominent
representatives to the nation. Her people came from Pennsylvania to Ohio and
established their home amid pioneer surroundings in Bloom township, Fairfield county. It was in that county that Mrs. Griffith was born, and her death
occurred in 1869. Taylor, William Alexander. "History of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio", Vol. 2, Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1909, p 213.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
Two male under 5 (William and Lewis)
One male 5-10 (John)
One male 20-30 (George B.)
One female under 5 (Samantha)
One female 15-20
One female 20-30 (Sarah)
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield co., OH - family #1525
CUSTER, George B. 40y farmer b PA
", Elizabeth 25y b VA
", John 18y b OH
", Lewis 14y b oH
", Samantha 12y b OH
", William 10y b OH
", Sarah 8y b OH
", Dallas 5y b OH
", Marion 2y male b OH
GREEN, Sarah S. 25y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, p 381
GRIFFITH, John, 27y b OH
", Samantha, 22y b OH
", Geo. D., 2y b OH
", James B., 1y b OH
KEUIRLA?, John 20y b Germany
[No occupations listed for this family. The next family in 1860 is that of Samuel and Elizabeth Griffith, ages 34 and 33]
DOD: "Genealogical Abstracts from The Lancaster (Ohio) Gazette, V6, 1901-1905", Fairfield County Gen., Society, 2005, p 51.
__ | |--Harry L. DAME | |__
_Mearl Monroe DOSS _ | |--Thelma Eileen DOSS | |_Mary Jane CLONCH __
CENSUS: 1930, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sh 5A
DOSS, Mearl M., head, owns a home, resides on farm, 33y b OH, parents b WV, married at age 21, farm operator
", Mary J., 32y wife b WV, parents b WV, married first at age 20
", Thelma I., dau 10y b OH
", Ogle E., son 9y b OH
", Jerald F., son 7y b OH
", Lois V., dau 4 ?/12 b OH
", Juanita M., dau 1 11/12 b OH
LOCATION: 1970 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Thelma) Fetty of Logan in father's May obit.
LOCATION: 1989 - listed as a surviving daughter, Thelma E. (Raymond) Fetty of Lancaster in mother's May obit.
DOD/POD/POB: Name listed as Thelma Eileen Doss, born in Fairfield Co., 27 Mar 1920, father's surname Doss, mother's Clonch. Married, 12 years of education, died at OSU Med. Ctr. in Columbus. Occupation "cooks" in the industry of elementary/secondary schools. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
OBIT: Thelma E. Fetty, age 74, of Lancaster, Oh., Wednesday, October 12, 1994, University Hospital. Retired cook, Logan City Schools. Member of Lancaster Eastside Church of Christ. Survived by husband, Raymond; sons, Raymond E. Fetty and Dennis W. Fetty; grandson, William "Billy" Fetty, all of Lancaster; brothers, Gerald Doss of Carroll, Ohio, and Walter (Martha) Doss of Procterville, Ohio; sisters, Lois (Fred) Bowers of Canal Winchester, Geneva (Neil) Morgan of Sugar Grove, Ohio, and Carroll Jane (Troy) Slove of Groveport; aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Preceded in death by parents Mearl and Mary Doss, brother Ogle Doss, sister Juanita Sagraves and nephew Ricky Justice. Funeral service 11 a.m. Monday in the chapel of the Dwayne r. Spence Funeral Home, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where friends may visit 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Evang. David Stevens officiating. Interment Floral Hills Memory Gardens. Friends who wish may contribute to the Heart Fund in Thelma's memory. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 15, 1994, p 6C]
_Mathew Thompson DOWDS __+ | |--Velma R. DOWDS | |_Amanda "Mandy" E. FOOR _+
CENSUS: 1900 Allen Twp., Miami Co., IN, sheet 5A
DOWDS, Mathew T., head, b Sep 1860, 39y widow b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA,
", Lula? H. E., dau b Jun 1890 10y OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Valma R., dau b Mar 1892, 8y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Loda? M., dau b Nov 1893, 6y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Cecil? F., son b Mar 1899 1y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
ZARTMAN, Mand/Maud M., servant b Sep 1876, 23y, divorced, had 2 ch 2 living
b IN, parents b OH, housekeeper
CENSUS: 1910 Monroe Twp., Knox Co., IN; p 228 SH 4A ED 73
DOWDS, Matthew T., head, 49y b OH, married twice, mar. 9y, farmer
", Mabel M., wife 33y b IN, had 4 ch 4 living, married twice
", Celia C., dau 8y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", L. Ruby M., dau 9/12 b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
", Cecil T., son 11y b OH, fa b OH, ma b IN
ZARTMAN, Claude M., stepson 15y b IN, farmer, working out, parents b IN
", Carroll E., stepson 14y b IN, farmer, working out, parents b IN
NOTE: Unknown what happened to this daughter. She's not mentioned in obituaries of siblings or father, nor is anyone by that name buried in the same cemetery as her parents.
__ | |--Lewis DRENNING | |__
_Charles Franklin ENGLEHART _+ | |--Clara ENGLEHART | |_Lou Alice STRAIGHT _________
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 167
ENGLEHART, Charles F., head, 36y, mar 14 or 19y, fa b Germany, ma b OH, laborer
", Lou, wife, 37y, had 10 ch 10 living, parents b oH
", Ethel M., dau 13y b OH
", James, son 12y b OH
", William, son 10y b OH
", Clara, dau 8y b OH
", Harry, son 7y b OH
", Mary, dau 4y b OH
", Russell, son 2y b OH
", Gilbert, son 1y b OH
__ | |--Theresa Marie FIELD | |__
NAME/DOM: From FL public records; Manatee Co. Names shown as Timothy David Foor and Theresa Marie Field. First marriage for both.
Divorced about Dec. 1984, Manatee Co., FL.
_Isaac Monroe FOOR _+ | |--Arthur Lloyd FOOR | |_Mettie ROBINSON ___+
CENSUS: 1900 Cold Spring Twp., Shelby Co., IL; sheet 2B
FOOR, Isaac M., b Jun 1872, 27y b OH
", Mattie M., wife b Feb 1874, 26y b IL; 3 ch 2 living
", Arthur L., son b Apr 1896 4y b IL
", William H., son b Nov 1897, 2y b IL
"Lloyd died in a barn fire, approximately 5 years old", from James Hursey email, March 1999.
DOD/POD: Name listed as Arthur Lloyd Foor, died 31 Aug 1901 Cold Spring Twp., 5y, V A p 161, Shelby Co., IL. "Illinois Statewide Death Index, Pre-1916" Illinois State Archives Web site.
"Child Burned to Death - Monday Coroner Horn went down into Cold Spring township to hold an inquest. The barn of Isaac Foor burned to the ground Saturday, consuming the grain and hay, four horses and the 5-year-old son, Arthur Foor. It seems the boy went down to the barn Saturday evening to play, and in a half an hour his mother, who was at the house near by, noticed the barn on fire. She rushed out at once but before help could come the building fell in. Monday the charred remains of the child were found in the ruins. The mother is prostrated with grief and her mind, it is feared, will be permanently deranged". [Daily Review, Decatur, IL, Sep. 5, 1901] NOTE: The mother lived until 1962, but the father died in less than a month's time. Have not found an obituary yet, but could it be attributed to the grief over losing his son?
_Lewis Robert FOOR _+ | |--Benjamin Frank FOOR | |_Marietta MORRIS ___
NAME: From Ryan M. FOOR, 10/1998, email@example.com
This family had at least 6 boys and 4 girls, as the obituary of "Billy" FOOR states he was preceded in death by 4 sisters and 5 brothers.
DOB/DOD/POBurial: From Mick FOOR, August 2000.
CENSUS: 1880 Wapello city, Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA, p 460A, taken June
FOOR, Lewis R. 33y teamster b PA, parents b PA
", Marietta, 30y wife, keeping house b IA, fa b NY, ma b ME
", Virgie, 6y dau, at home, b IA
", John L., 5y son, at home, b IA
", Frank, 11/12 b July 1879, son, at home, b IA
BARR, Charley, 18y laborer b CA, fa b KY, ma b OH
CENSUS: 1885 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA
FOOR, Lewis R., 36y farmer b PA
", Marietta, 34y keeping house b Louisa Co., IA
", Virgie, 10y b Louisa Co., IA
", John L., 9y b Louisa Co., IA
", Benjamin F., 5y b Louisa Co., IA
", Oscar, son 4y b Louisa Co., IA
SELLERS, John H., 26y single, laborer b Louisa Co., IA
HUNSICKER, Abraham, 17y single, laborer b Louisa Co., IA
CENSUS: 1895 Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA; Iowa State Census (ancestry.com)
Louisa Co., IA)
FOOR, Lewis R. 48y b PA
", Marietta, 44y b IA
", Virgie, 20y b Louisa Co., IA
", John, 18y b Louisa Co., IA
", Frank, 16y b Louisa Co., IA
", Oscar, 14y b Louisa Co., IA
CENSUS: 1900 Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA; SD 74, ED 90 SH 10A; enumerated
FOOR, L. R. b Apr 1847, 53y b PA, fa b PA, ma b Ireland, mar 29y, farmer
", Marietta, wife b Feb 1850, 50y b IA, fa b NY, ma b Maine?, had 4 ch 4
", John, son b Feb 1875, 25y single b IA, railroad laborer
", Frank, son b July 1879, 20y single b IA, farm laborer
", Oscar, son b Nov 1880, 19y single b IA, farm laborer
CENSUS: 1910 Wapello, Wapello Twp., Louisa Co., IA, sheet 13A
FOOR, Frank B., 31y mar 8y b IA, fa b PA, ma b IN, teamster
", Artie, wife 25y b IA, had 4 ch 4 living, fa b IA, ma b WV
", Ethel N., dau 7y b IA
", Henrietta L., 5y dau b IA
", Ruth M., dau 3y b IA
", Lewis A., son 6/12 b IA
CENSUS: 1915 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA; Frank Foor, 36, b IA, census card #818, can read and write, married, value of home or farm is $400, in IA for 36 years, fa b PA, ma b IA.
CENSUS: 1920 city of Wapello, Louisa Co., IA; Fifth Street, visitation 309/316, SD 1, ED 106, SH 13, taken January 23rd.
FOOR, Frank B., 40 b IA, father b PA, mother IA; bridge builder
", Artie M., wife 34 b IA, father b IA, mother b VA
", Ethel F., dau 16 b IA, parents b IA
", H. Leona 14 b IA, parents b IA
", Ruth L., dau 12 b IA
", Lewis A., son 12 b IA
", Elva M., dau 8 b IA
CENSUS: 1925 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA
FOOR, Frank, head, 45y b IA, rents home for $13/month, highest grade of education completed was the 8th grade, parents were married in Wapello, IA and were Lewis Foor b PA, and Marietta Morris b IA who was 78 at last birthday
", Artie, wife 39 b IA, highest school grade completed was the 9th grade, parents were married in Cairo, IA and were Albert Sellers b IA who was 38 [sic] at last birthday and Lydia Trad[e?] b WV who was 74 at last birthday
", Ethel, dau 21 b IA single, highest grade completed was one year college, parents were married in Aledo, IL, and were Frank Foor, 45 b IA and Artie Sellers b IA
", Ruth, dau 17y b IA, completed the 11th grade (same info on parents)
", Lewis, son 15y b IA, completed the 9th grade
", Elva, dau 13y b IA, completed the 8th grade
", Joe, son 3y b IA
", Billie, son 1y b IA
1929 - "Frank Foor" was one of the pallbearers listed for the funeral service of William Hank who drowned Saturday in the flood waters east of Wapello. He was born in Wapello Feb. 8, 1870 and mar. Nov. 4, 1896 Clemie Hartsock. One son, Cecil, died also when he tried to save his father. [Democrat and Leader, Davenport, IA., March 28, 1929]
CENSUS: 1930 Wapello, Louisa Co., IA, [Prairie road?], ED 58-20, sheet 5A
FOOR, Frank B., rents a non-farm home for $12, 50y b IA, parents b IA, age 23 at first mar., foreman, construction county bridge, can read and write.
", Artie, wife, 48y, b IA, fa b IA, ma b VA, age 17 at marriage
", Ruth, dau., 22y single, attended school, b IA
", Louis, son 20y single, laborer, county bridge, b IA
", Joe, son 8y b IA
", Wm., son 6y b IA
CENSUS: 1940 Wapello, Louisa, Iowa; Roll: T627_1178; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 58-22
FOOR, Frank, head, 60y b IA, resides same place they did in April 1935, 8th grade education, bridge foreman, Louisa Co., income $780, worked 0 weeks in 1939
", Artie, wife 54y b IA, high school 1 year
", Joe, son 18y single b IA, high school 3y, worked 8 weeks in 1939, $30 income
", Billie, son 16y b IA, high shool 2y
1940 - Wapello - John Foor, of Minneapolis, Minn., who has not been back since leaving 30 years ago is visiting his sister, Mrs. Virgie Peters and brother, Frank Foor and families. [Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Muscatine, IA., April 12, 1940, p 7].
1941 - Frank Foor and son, Louis, have returned from Minnesota, where they
were called by the illness and death of Mr. Foor's brother, John, age 65.
[Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Muscatine, IA, Jan. 9, 1941, p 7]
1944 - Wapello - Foors Entertain Group in Honor of Son and Wife. Wapello. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foor entertained 30 relatives at their home Sunday, honoring their son, Staff Sgt. Joe H. Foor, wife and baby from Camp Chaffey, Ark. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Frankie from Mediapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schneider and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Havenhill, S. H. Havenhill, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Foor and family, Mrs. Virgie Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Frnak Foor. Mrs. Joe Foor and son went to Sioux City Tuesday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerlock. Sgt. Joe Foor will return to Camp Chaffey, Ark., Wednesday after a week's furlough spent with relatives in Iowa. [Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Muscatine, IA., June 22, 1944]
1945 - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foor went to Sioux City the last of the week to see their new granddaughter, Betty Joe, born to Sgt. and Mrs. Joe H. Foor in a Sioux City hospital March 12. Sgt. Foor recently arrived in France with a tank unit. [Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Muscatine, IA., March 21, 1945]
_Ronald I. FOOR __+ | |--Cody FOOR | |_Lois J. RITCHEY _
 NAME: Listed as a surviving child in mother's Oct. 2013 obituary.
_Lloyd Clarence FOOR _+ | |--Eldred Dell FOOR | |_Stella DALLAS _______
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 4.
NAME: Listed as a suriving sibling in Clarence FOOR's 1991 obituary. Of Erie, PA.
DOB/POB/MIDDLE NAME: From Don Risbon via March 2001 email.
_John Franklin FOOR _+ | |--Nathan Curtis FOOR | |_Janice CURTIS ______
NAME/DOB/POB/Parentage/DOM/POM: From B. Edna Park Waller, 208 Dunbarton Circle Aiken, SC 29803 website. Used with permission, 11/1999.
2007 - in the obituary of 95 year old Connie Curtis, it mentions a surviving
daughter, Janice (John) Foor, grandchildren Johnny and Nathan Foor, and great
grandchildren Alayna and Mallory Foor. Connie Curtis died July 4, 2007 and
was preceded in death by wife Mamie Triplett Curtis, and was interred at
Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. [Tennessean.com, July 6, 2007]
2012 - listed as a surviving son, Nathan Curtis Foor and wife, Ashlee, of Spring Hill, TN, in his father's August 2012 obit.
_Robert Luther FOOR _+ | |--Patricia Ann FOOR | |_Joann IMLER ________
NAME/DOB/POB: From Charlene (FOOR) BRUENING via April 1999 email.
LOCATION: 1977 - Patricia (Foor) Beegle is listed as a 1977 graduate of Bedford H.S., Bedford, PA at classmates.com (Feb., 2001).
_Melvin Ira FOOR ____+ | |--Patrick William FOOR | |_Irene Irma CALKINS _
NAME/DOB/POB: From CA Public birth records, online. Mother's surname listed as CALKINS. Patrick W. Foor.
NOTE: This individual may have had a child with Sarah Schaberg; child would've been born prior to Aug. 1999. Riverside Co., CA.
_Richard T. FOOR _+ | |--Ruie Anna FOOR | |_Mary Ann GRAY ___
NAME/DOB/DOD: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, p 37
CENSUS: 1870 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; visitation 161/164
GRAY, William 80y retired farmer b PA
", Elizabeth 73y retired b PA
FOOR, Richard 38y farmer b PA
", Mary 37y keeping house b PA
", William A., 18y at home b PA
", Catharine 14y at home b PA
", S. Belle 12y at home b PA
", Emma A., 7y b PA
", Rhua 5y b PA
", Charles 2y b PA
", Harry 3/12 b PA
CENSUS: 1880 East Providence Twp., Bedford Co., OH; visitation 8
FOOR, Richard T., 48y farmer b PA
", Mary Ann, wife, keeping house, b PA
", Emma A., 16y dau b PA
", Rue A., 14y dau b PA
", Charles L., 11y son b PA
", Harry B., 10y son b PA
", Carrie B., 8y dau b PA
", Grover W., 5y son b PA
GRAY, Elizabeth, 83y mother in law, widowed, b PA. In 'health' column it
says "Failure of nutrition". All individuals show that parents were b in PA.
LOCATION: 1900 - listed as a surviving daughter Ruie, wife of James Lane of Broad Top Twp., in mother's Nov. 1900 obituary.
CENSUS: 1910 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; p 55A
LANE, John H., head, 45y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 16y
", Ruie A., wife 43y b PA, parents b PA, had 9 ch 5 living
", John, son 15y b PA
", Elsie, dau 11y b PA
", Mary, dau 7y b PA
", Bessie, dau 2y b PA
CENSUS: 1920 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 2A
LANE, James H., head, 54y b PA, parents b PA, farmer
", Ruie, wife 55y b PA, parents b PA
", Mary A., dau 16y b PA
", Bessie A., dau 12y b PA
COLLEGE, Carrie N., granddaughter 5y b PA, parents b PA
CENSUS: 1930 E. Providence Twp., Bedford Co., PA; ED 10 SH 6B
LANE, James, head, 65y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 29, farmer
", Ruie, wife 64y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 28
", Bessie?, dau 21y b PA
COLLEDGE, Carrie, niece, 16y b PA, parents b PA
__ | |--John B. FOORE | |__
CENSUS: 1900 Bowling Green Twp., Marion Co., OH; ED 52, Sheet 9A
FOORE, John B., b Mar 1870, 30y, mar 2y b OH, parents b OH
", Elva R., wife b Apr 1874, 26y, had 0 ch 0 living, b OH, fa b PA, ma b OH
_Peter FORE _+ | |--Ellen FORE | |_Mary _______
CENSUS: 1870 Madison Twp., St. Joseph Co., IN; p 327
FORE, Peter, 39y farmer b OH
", Mary, 33y keeping house b Wurtemburg
", Susan 10y b IN
", Ellen, 7y b IN
", William, 4y b IN
CENSUS: 1880 Madison Twp., St. Joseph Co., IN p 12D
FORE, Peter, 50y farmer b OH, parents b PA, farmer
", Mary, 43y wife b Rinebier, parents b same
", Ellener, 16y dau b OH, fa b OH, ma b France
", William A., 14y son b IN, fa b OH, ma b France
", Cora, 8y dau b IN, fa b OH, ma b France
", Clarence E., 1y son b IN, fa b OH, ma b France
_Barney FOSNAUGH _ | |--Barbara FOSNAUGH | |_Eve KESLER ______+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 21. Both Barbara and Mary A. are listed as "wife of W. G.", and at one time the stone of Wilford was beside Barbara's.
DOM/POM: "Family Tree Maker Family Archives, Marriage Index: Ohio 1851-1900", CD #236.
On the death certificate of son Barney, his mother's maiden name was listed as Barbara Shaeffer rather than Fosnaugh.
Listed in father Barney Fosnaugh's 1893 partition records... "Barney Leach, son of Barbara Leach who died in 1875, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 69.
DOD also listed in "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 53. Died at 39y 9m 21d. Under 'remarks', it says 'suddenly' (I assume it means she died suddenly).
CENSUS: 1850 Clearcreek Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, visitation 428
FASNAUGH, Barney 49y farmer b MD
", Eve 42y b OH
", Lainey, 18y female b OH
", Susan 11y b OH
", Barbara 14y b OH
", Philemon 12y b OH
", Martin 9y b OH
", Phineas 5y b OH
", Delila 3y b OH
CENSUS; 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 186/190
LEACH, Wilford, 50y farm laborer b VA
", Barbara, 35y keeping house b OH
", Marion, 19y works on farm b OH
", Elizabeth, 13y helps mother b OH
", Minerva C., 11y helps mother b OH
", Benjamin 9y attending school b OH
", Barney, 1y at home b OH
WEAVER, Abraham, 10y works on farm b OH
__ | |--Fred L. FUHR | |__
AGE: estimated from 1910 census
CENSUS: 1910 Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH district 44 visitation 328
FUHR, Fred L. 53 b OH
", Mary 48 wife b OH
", John G. 22 son b OH
", Floretta 16 dau b OH
__ | |--McKimmie Scott GORBY | |__
GORBY McKimmie Scott Gorby. Surrounded by his family, McKimmie Scott Gorby, 36, first son of Johnda D. Haughn and McKimmie C. Gorby III, quietly and peacefully slipped away during the evening of April 12, 2008. Mac fought lymphoma cancer with amazing strength and dignity, finally leaving behind his pain and suffering. He was a beautiful person whose spirit inspired all who knew him. He willingly shared his bright smile and big heart with everyone. His many friends deeply loved and appreciated their time with him. Words cannot express the loss his family feels, but they have cherished memories to forever hold. He is preceded in death by his nephew Christopher H. Niple, grandmother Meda Belle Gorby and great-grandmother Maude Adams. He is survived by his partner of 7 years, Kenneth Buck; parents, Johnda and Dennis Haughn and McKimmie and Beth Gorby, III; grandmother, Betty Browning; sisters, Kelly Niple and Tiffany Gorby; brothers, Jeremiah and Justin Gorby; nieces, Jade, Emma, Kylie, Hope, and Madison; nephews, Nate, Jeremiah, and Ryan; and many loving aunts, uncles and cousins, along with numerous loving friends. The family will receive friends on Thursday, April 17, from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the DWAYNE R. SPENCE FUNERAL HOME, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, OH, 43110. Flowers by Villfloral.com. Friday's memorial service will begin at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment at Lithopolis Cemetery. Flowers may be sent to the funeral home or financial contributions can be made in Mac's name to The Big Brothers & Big Sisters organization. Online condolences at www.spencefuneralhome.com. Sign the online guestbook at www.dispatch.com/obituaries Published in The Columbus Dispatch on 4/16/2008.
DOB: on funeral home website.
_George GRAUEL _+ | |--Susannah GRAUEL | |________________
DOM/POM: Elias B. Miller and Susanah Grauel, Jan. 13, 1848; marriage database at the Jones Co., IA., GenWeb website.
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 161
One male under 5 - Simon
One male 5-10 - John
One male 10-15 Daniel
One male 40-50 George
Two females under 5 Susannah and Leah
One female 10-15
One female 15-20
One female 30-40 probably George's wife
One female 70-80 possible mother or mother-in-law
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
One male 5-10 Jacob?
One male 10-15 - Simon
Two males 20-30 - Daniel and John
One male 50-60 George
One female under 5
One female 5-10 Rebecca
Two females 10-15 Leah
One female 15-20 Susannah
CENSUS: 1850 Rome Twp., Jones Co., IA, p 193
MILLER, Elias V., 26y carpenter b IA, $1500 real estate
", Susannah, 25y b OH
", Thomas J., 1y b IA
E. V. MILLER, farmer, Greenfield Twp., Sec. 25; P.O. Viroqua; born February 22, 1824, in Fairfield Co., Ohio; in 1843, he came to Jones Co., Iowa. Owns 170 acres of land. Married Susan Granel in 1847; she was born in 1826 in Fairfield Co., Ohio, and died in September, 1855; have four children-T. J., G. G., Anna Mary and Flecia; second marriage to Elizabeth Barnard in November, 1856; she was born in New York; had eight children, seven living-Sarah E., Henry H., Charles L., Estelle V., Kenneth D., and an infant not named; lost one son in September, 1876, aged 17 years. Has been a Magistrate for the past twenty-three years; was elected County School Fund Commissioner in 1853, and served two years; has been Assessor five terms. Enlisted, in 1861, in Company F, 13th I.V.I., and served till the end of the war. Democrat.
From History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 587.
"Elias Vendermark Miller, oldest child of Rev. Jacob and Mary (Keller) Miller, was born Feb. 22, 1824 in Fairfield County, Ohio. He grew up in that state, attended the district school, and also enjoyed church privileges amid conditions considerably changed from early pioneer times. he early learned the carpenter's trade and was always an expert workman. In the spring of 1844, when he was 20 years old, he joined a party of neighbors and emigrated to Jones County, Ia. Here he pre-empted land, at the edge of the "Big Woods", and built a log house. In Sept. of the same year, his parents and eight younger brothers and sisters came from Ohio to make their future home on the land which he had selected. In this house the youngest child, Judge Benj. H. Miller, was born, making ten children in the family.
... At any rate, on the 13th of January, 1848, he was united in marriage to Susannah GRAUEL. This union was blessed with the birth of four children. On the 24th of Sept., 1855, Mrs. Miller died, and he was left with four little motherless children. He sorrowfully laid his wife away in the Forest Chapel Cemetery in Jones County, Iowa.
... About the year 1890 his health began to fail. During the summer of 1892 he had a paralytic stroke. From this he never fully recovered. On the 26th of March, 1893, he died at his old home, on his farm in Greenfield township, Jones County. His age was 69 years, 1 month, 4 days. He was buried at Forest Chapel, Jones County, Iowa". [ Shumaker, Edward Seitz,. Descendants of Henry Keller of York County, Pennsylvania and Fairfield County, Ohio. Indianapolis: Schumaker, 1924].
_Marion M. HARRIS _____+ | |--Alva Owen HARRIS | |_Martha Jane ALSPAUGH _+
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 17A, enumerated
in June 22nd
HARRIS, Martha b Sept 1865, 34y b OH, parents b OH, widowed, had 4 ch 4
", Alva O., son b Sept 1890, 9y b OH, parents b OH
", Eva E., dau b Aug 1892, 7y b OH
", John M., son b Jul 1894, 5y b OH
", Edith M., dau b Sept 1896, 3y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., OH; ED 17 Sh 7B
HARRIS, Mattie, head, 44y widow b OH, parents b OH, had 4 ch 4 living,
housework, private family
", Alva, son 19y b OH, clerk, drug store
", Eva, dau 17y b OH
", Monroe, son 15y b OH
", Edith, dau 13y b OH
[Note: in 1910 her family resides with her parents but are listed as two
1917 - draft registration card. Name listed as Alva Owen Harris of 524 Miller, Columbus, Ohio, born in Canal Winchester, Ohio on Sept. 19, 1890, registered pharmacist employed by D. H. Fobes? at 1450 East Main Street, married, has a child, short height, slender build, blue eyes, light hair, not bald. Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.
CENSUS: 1930 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH, ward 5 block 43, ED 40 SH 24A p 241851 Franklin Avenue
HARRIS, Alva O., head, owns home worth $15,000, owns a radio set, does not live on a farm, 39y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 23, pharmacologist at drug store
", Blanche A., wife 38y b OH, parents b OH, frst married at 22
", Marvin C., son 14y b OH
", Gayle D., son 6y b OH
1957 - listed as a surviving son, A. O. Harris in mother's Sept. obit.
DOD: Name listed as Alva O. Harris, V 15554 Cert. 70149, married, resided in Bexley, died in Columbus, Ohio, age 68. Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000 [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2000.
OBIT: Alva Owen Harris, age 68, of 960 College ave. Member of the Wilson Ave. Christian Church. Retired proprietor, A. O. Harris Pharmacy, 1450 E. Main St. Leaves wife, Ann; 2 sons, Marvin C., Gale D.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Eva Fehr, Mrs. Edward N. Coo; 4 grandchildren. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Leach & Son, 2154 E. Main at Parkview where friends may call 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, 3 to 4:30 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Interment Glen Rest. [Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 14, 1958, p 5A]
_John HEDRICK ___+ | |--Rebecca Jane HEDRICK | |_Rebecca RUNKLE _
NAME: "A Portrait and Biographical Record of Mercer and Van Wert Counties, Ohio", A. W. Bowen and Co., 1896, p 341, mentioned as a child of John. This child was probably born in Mercer Co., OH.
CENSUS: 1850 Gibson Twp., Mercer Co., OH; ED 258/265
HEDRICK, John, 42y farmer b PA
", Rebecca, 43?y b OH
", Henry 20y laborer? b OH
", Simon P., 15y laborer? b OH
", John, 14y b OH
", Geo., 11y b OH
", Rebecca J., 9y b OH
", James, 7y b OH
", Philip 5y b OH
", Hannah 4y b OH
", Wm., 1/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Gibson Twp., Mercer Co., OH; p 14
HEDRICK, John, 54y farmer b VA
", Rebecca, 52y b OH
", George, 21y serving b OH
", Rabeca, 18y b OH
", James 16y b OH
", Philip, 14y b OH
", Hanah, 12y b OH
", Sarah 6y b OH
HEDRICK, Henry 52y b OH, deaf and dumb
Death certificiate 54176 image. Rebecca Jane Sawyer, Gibson Twp., Mercer Co., Ohio, died Aug. 28, 1929 aged 88y 4m 14d, widowed, born March 14, 1841 in OH to John Hedrick b OH and Rebecca Runkle b OH. Informant was Bertha Sawyer-Williams of Muncie, Indiana. Buried Pisga Cem., Aug. 31.
_William HOUMEL ________+ | |--Hazel Lutecia HUMMELL | |_Martha Luticia WALKER _
NAME/parentage/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield
County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 317.
OBIT: Hazel Skidmore, formerly of Fredrick Street, Lancaster, passed away in Sugar Grove [05 Jan 1994, age 97]. She was a member of Mills Mem. United Meth. Church. She is survived by dau. and son-in-law, Aileen and James Cave of Lancaster; grandchildren, Sue Ann (David) Rausch of Michigan, Dyane (Robert) Lee of SC, Lorraine (Timothy) Coakley of South Bloomingville, OH, Nancy Elder of Michigan, Kristi (Michael) Arter of Lancaster and Michael (Anne) Cave of Arizona; and 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur E. Skidmore; two children, Ruth Joy and Floyd Skidmore; and sisters and brothers. Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, 07 Jan 1994.
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, SD 11, ED 5, SH 11B, enumerated June 15th, visitation 294
HUMMEL, William b Oct 1856, 44y b OH, parents b Germany, mar 20y, day laborer
", Martha, wife b Oct 1859, 41y b OH, fa b England, ma b NY, had 9 ch, 8 living
", Gertrude, dau b Oct 1881, 19y b OH
", Elizabeth, dau b Aug 1883, 16y b OH, at school
", Christiana, dau b Feb 1886, 14y b OH, at school
", William T., son b May 1887, 13y b OH, at school
", Charles E., son b Oct 1888, 11y b OH, at school
", Henry C., son b Sep 1893, 6y b OH
", Hazel L., dau b Jun 1896, 4y b OH
", John W., son b Nov 1898, 2y b OH
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 52, visitation 223
HUMMELL, William, 55y b OH, mar 28y, parents b Germany, farmer
", Martha, 57y wife b OH, had 8 ch 7 living, fa b England, ma b NY
", Carl, 16y son b OH, farm laborer
", Hazel, 14y dau b OH
", John, 12y son b OH
", Clark, 8y nephew b OH, parents b OH
LOCATION: 1926 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Hazel Skidmore, in father's Dec. obit. In another obit, she's listed as Hazel Lutecia Skidmore.
LOCATION: 1929 - listed as a surviving daughter, Mrs. Hazel Skidmore of Carroll, Ohio, in mother's Jan. 1929 obit.
CENSUS: 1930 Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, visitation 52/52
SKIDMORE, Arthur E., head, rents home for $18/month, doesn't live on a farm,
39y b OH, parents b OH, general laborer
", Hazel L., wife 34y b OH, parents b OH, married at age 20
", M. Eileen, dau 4 11/12 b OH
", Ruth J., dau 1 11/12 b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Hazel Lucretia Skidmore, born in Fairfield Co., died same county in long-term care facility, widowed, 8 years of education, father's surname HUMMELL, mother's WALKER. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.
__ | |-- KELSEY | |__
 These three Kelsey's -- Joshua, Joseph, John -- are linked to an unknown father Kelsey only for the purpose of showing that all three Kelsey's were in the same township. Actually, one or more MAY be the same individual. None seem to appear on the same census. Joshua appears in 1820 and 1830, Joseph in 1840, and John in 1850.
_Jeremias KERSHNER ______ | |--Daniel KERSHNER | |_Anna Margaret WOHLFART _
NAME/DOB/DOD/Parentage: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 11. DOB figured from death at 77y 8m 4d.
CENSUS: 1860 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 39
CASHNER, Daniel, 57y farmer b PA, $12,500 real estate, $1218 personal estate
", Rebecca, 57y b PA
", Joseph, 24y farm laborer b OH
", Levi, 22y farm laborer b OH, attended school
", Emanuel, 18y farm laborer b OH, attended school
", Lewis, 16y farm laborer b OH, attended shool
LONGABAUGH, Elizabeth, 16y serving b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1870 Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 5
CASHNER, Daniel, 58y farmer b PA
", Rebecca, 58y keeping house b PA
_Wilford Gilkerson LEACH _+ | |--John W. LEACH | |_Mary Ann DUTTON _________
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - family #1582
LEACH, Wilford 31y farmer b OH
", Mary Ann 25y b OH
", Margaret 8y b OH
", John 6y b OH
", William 3y b OH
", Sara A. 8/12 b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 16/14
LYNCH, Wilford [G.?], 49y farmer b VA
", Mary A., 39y b OH
", John W., 16y b OH
[NOTE: The first three entries are at the end of a page, and the name clearly
looks like LYNCH. The first entry on the next page clearly shows LEACH]
LEACH, William N. or V., 13y b OH
", Marion [?] 8y b OH
", Mary S. or I., 6y b OH
", Elizabeth S., 3y b OH
", Minerva C., 1y b OH
_Christian LOEFFER ___ | |--Simon Peter LOFFER | |_Elizabeth TEEGARDEN _+
NAME/PARENTAGE: "History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio", Williams Bros., 1880, p 353.
V1 pp 108-110 abstract: Solomon T. Loffer vs Daniel P. Loffer et al. Christian Loffer is deceased (no mention of widow). Solomon states that he has rights to 5/7 which he purchased from Henry Loffer, Christian Loffer, Ellen Loffer, Sarah Loffer, plus his own share. He also states that he is tenants in common with his brothers Daniel and Simon P., both minors, "Pickaway County, Ohio, Partition Record Abstracts", Pickaway County Historical Society, August 1996, p 5.
DOB/DOD/POB/POBurial: From website of Jim Lauffer, www.lauffer.us, who states most of the info came from The Lauffer History published in 1906.
__ | |--Reuben LOTT | |__
CENSUS: 1820 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
Reuben LOTT, one male under 10, one male 26-45
Two females under 10, one female 26-45
One person engaged in agriculture
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
Males: one under 5
One under 5
CENSUS: 1840 Seneca Co., OH
One male under 5
One male 5-10
Two males 10-15
Two males 15-20
One male 50-60
Two females under 5
Three females 5-10
One female 10-15
One female 15-20
One female 40-50
CENSUS: 1850 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 401
LOTT, Reuben, 61y farmer b NJ, $2000 real estate
", Margr. 53y b PA
", Jeptha, 19y farmer b OH
", Nancy, 16y b OH
", Matilda, 13y b OH
", Hariet, 11y b OH
", Reuben, 10y b OH
", Laura A., 4y b OH
MICHAEL, Susan, 55y b PA
", Jackson, 15y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 131
LOTT, Reuben, 68y farmer b NJ, $4000 real estate, $927 personal estate
", Margaret, 62y b PA
", Reuben, 20y farmer b OH
", Laura, 14y b OH, attended school
", James, 10y b OH, attended school
CENSUS: 1870 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH
LOTT, Ruben, 77y farmer b NJ, $4000 real estate, $547 personal estate
", Margaret, 71y keeping house b PA, can't write
MICHAELS, Leroy, 14y b OH, attended school
FRAZER?, Almira, 18y b OH
CENSUS: 1880 Liberty Twp., Seneca Co., OH; p 15
LOTT, Reuben, 86y widow, retired farmer b OH, parents b PA
", John, 61y son, farmer b OH, fa b OH, ma b PA
ABBEY, George, 53y boarder, single, unemployed b NJ, fa b VT, ma b NY
SHAFF, Catherine, 25y housekeeper, single, b Germany, parents b Germany
WERLEY, Charles, 10y boarder b OH, fa b OH, ma b Germany
In July of 2008, Karen E. Antink gave me a list of Reuben's children who were born in Bloom Twp. She goes on to say...
"The next 2 children, Jane, b. 1832 and Matilda, b.?, birthplace is unknown.
Then the following 4 children were born in Liberty Twp., Seneca County, OH:
Nancy, b. 1838
Harriet, b. 2 May 1839
Reuben Valentine, b. 14 Feb. 1840
Laura A., b. 1 Feb 1846
From the children's birthdates, they were in Bloom Township at least up
DOD: Name listed as Reuben Lott, died 22 Jun 1882, 89y 11m 9d. [Seneca County, Ohio cemetery inscriptions, Null Cem., by Kristina L (Kuhn) Krumm; accessed July 2008]
NOTE: Son Reuben Valentine Lott died March 15, 1919 in Fostoria, Seneca Co., Ohio. Daughter Harriett died as Harriett Flach, wife of Jefferson Flach, June 25, 1919 in Pleasant Twp., Seneca Co., Ohio.
NOTE: An obituary appears for Reuben Lott in the Tiffin Weekly Tribune, July 13, 1882, p 3 col. 6, and also in Sept. 14, 1882 p 2 col. 7. This is according to the index at the Rutherford B. Hayes library's obituary index.
__ | |--Mary Bernice LOVELAND | |__
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 23-7, SH 1B
INSKEEP, Chester C., head, rents for $12/month, lives on farm, 45y b OH, parents b OH, married at 19y, farm operator
", Mary B., wife 43y b OH, parents b OH, married at 17
", Fred C., son 19y b OH, farm laborer
", Forrest E., son 8y b OH
", Max C., son 6y b OH
", Martha D., dau 1 9/12 b OH
DOD/POD: Name listed as Mary B. Inskeep, resided in Champaign Co., died at home in Champaign county on 23 Nov 1958 (4 lineages posted to ancestry show 24 Nov 1959), at age 71, 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 in son's death record.
__ | |--Addie MANN | |__
_Jonathan M. MIEHLKE _ | |--Abbigail Jeanne MIEHLKE | |_Elizabeth J. FOOR ___+
 NAME/DOB: "MIEHLKE - a daughter, Abbigail Jeanne, to Jonathan and Elizabeth (Foor) Miehlke of Manton, August 6." [Traverse City Record-Eagle, Traverse City, Michigan, Sept. 19, 2002]
__ | |-- MILLER | |__
_Adam MYERS _+ | |--Josiah MYERS | |_Catherine __
DOB/POBap/DOBap: Name listed as Josia Mayer, born 31 Jan 1825, bapt. 24 Apr 1825, parents Adam & Catharine Meyer, sponsors Johannes Alspach & wf. "Churchbooks of the Betzer Union/Zion Reformed Church, 1817-1881, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH", Fairfield county chapter OGS, 1994, p 16.
Josiah may or may not be listed in the following censuses:
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH - p 159 line 20 lists an Adam
Myers with three males (one 0-5, one 5-10, one 20-30) and two females (one
0-5, one 20-30). On line 19 is a Martha Myers, by herself, between 60-70.
CENSUS: 1840 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 5 line 7 lists an Adam Myers.
Two males 5-10, two 10-15, one 15-20, one 30-40. Females: one 30-40, one
_Allen POCZA ___ | |--Brett POCZA | |_Jennifer BESS _+
 DOB: From Nicole Foor via Nov. 2007 email.
__ | |--Samuel P. POLING | |__
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 295. Next of kin listed is Alice Baker Poling. Buried 2nd addition, part 3, lot 350 grave 2. Years only.
FULL DATES/DOBurial: "St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lithopolis, Bloom Township, Fairfield Co., OH, 1853-1920", Fairfield Co. Chapter OGS, 1994, p 60.
CENSUS: 1900 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 77/78, sheet 4B
POLING, Samuel, head, b July 1853, 46y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 13y, farm laborer
", Alice, wife b Oct 1857, 42y b OH, parents b OH, had 2 ch 0 living
CENSUS: 1910 Madison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, visitation 61/62
POLING, Samuel, head, 56y b OH, parents b OH, laborer, mar. 22y, farm laborer
", Alice, wife 53y b OH, parents b OH, had 1 ch. Column is blank for "number of children living".
Death certificate image: Samuel Poling died Jan. 5, 1911 in Protestant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, white male, aged 57y 5m 18d, born July 16, 1852, married, born in Ohio, farm hand, father Noah Poling born unknown, mother Susan Red born unknown. Died of "skull fractured struck leg S. V. Traction car accident". Informant H. E. Ranier, Groveport, Ohio. Usual residence Lithopolis, Ohio. Buried Jan. 8 in Lithopolis.
_Reason RICKETTS ________+ | |--Cyrus RICKETTS | |_Hannah MEASON OR MASON _
DOD/POD/NAME/Parentage/DOB/SPOUSE/POD/POBurial: From information sent to me by Jean M. James, Olympia, WA, Jun 1999.
CENSUS: 1830 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH p 155 line 27. Rezen Ricketts.
Males: two under 5, one 60-70. Females: two between 5-10, one 10-15, two
between 20-30, one between 40-50.
CENSUS: 1860 Washington Twp., Blackford Co., IN
RICKETTS, Cyrus, 35y b OH, $800 real estate, $325 personal estate
", Sarah J., 30y b VA
", Eliz. A., 9y b IN, attended school
", Hannah, 7y b IN, attended school
", Jacob, 5y b IN, attended school
", Mary F., 2y bIN
NOTE: Next residence is that of brother Isaac M. Ricketts
CENSUS: 1870 Walnut Twp., Adair Co., MO; p 8
RICKETTS, Cyrus, 45y farmer b OH, $2000 real estate, $400 personal estate
", Sarah, 40y keeping house b VA,
", Jacob, 15y b IN, can't write
", Mary, 13y b IN, attended school
", Ida, 11y b IN, attended school
", Martha, 9y b IN, attended school
", Berzetta, 7y female b IN
", Ardilla, 5y female b MO
", Alice E., 1y b MO
CENSUS: 1880 Walnut Twp., Adair Co., MO; p 6B
RICKETS, Cyrus, 55y farming b OH, parents b PA
", Sarah, 49y wife keeping house b VA, parents b VA
", Ida M., 20y dau at home b IN, maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled.
", Emma, 18y dau b IN at school, maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled.
", Burzetta, 15y dau b IN, attended school
", Ardella, 14y dau at school b IN
", Albia E., 11y dau at school b MO
Buried in Mount Carmel cemetery are
RICKETTS, Cyrus, 8-11-1824 to 9-2-1896
", Jacob, 1-24-1855 to 12-28-1874
", Nancy, 2y 9m 10d, died 8-31-1876
", Sarah J., 4-1-1830 to 2-5-08
[Adair Co., MO Cemetery inscriptions, posted to the Adair Co., MO GenWeb website.]
_Ernest Samuel ROULEAU Jr_ | |--Joseph Gerard ROULEAU | |_Luree Kathryn FOOR ______+
 NAME/DOB/POB: From Luree Kathryn (Foor) Barber, Quinebaug, CT, July 2003 email. "Joseph is a builder of elite homes in the Charlevoix/Petoskey area of Michigan. Started the youth Hockey league in Boyne City."
_George RUNKLE _+ | |--George RUNKLE | |_Mary M. WEHR __+
DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 306.
POD/DOD: Online Death Index at Ohio Historical Society. Vol #33, Certificate #68280.
DOM/POM: IGI Batch 7713012, Source 1059146, sheet 47.
CENSUS: 1860 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 90/87
RUNKLE, George 47y farmer & blacksmith b OH
", Mary 48y b OH
", Jacob 18y farm laborer b OH
", Jerry, 16y farm laborer b OH
", Daniel 14y b OH
", Lewis 12y b OH
", George 10y b OH
", Sarah 7y b OH
RUNKLE, Ellen 22y servant b OH
CLEMENT, Wm. 25y jer. blacksmith b VA
CENSUS; 1870 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 167/171
RUNKLE, George, 57y blacksmith b OH
", Mary, 59y keeping house b OH
", Lewis, 21y farm laborer b OH
", George, 19y works on the farm b OH
", Hellen, 31y helps in the house b oH
CENSUS: 1880 Greencastle, Fairfield Co., OH; p 3
RUNKLE, George 29y farmer b OH; fa b VA, ma b OH
", Catherine A., 23y wife keeping house b OH; parents b OH
", Albert H., 4y son b OH
", Henry H., 3y son b OH
", Samuel V., 7y son b OH
", Lavancha A., 7/12 born in October, dau b OH
CENSUS: 1900 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; ED 5 Sh 12B
RUNKLE, George, head, b July 1850, 49y b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Catherine B., wife b Sep 18-- 40?y b OH, parents b OH, mar. 25y, had 9 ch 4 living
", Aust, son b Feb 1877? 23?y b OH, parents b OH, farm laborer
CENSUS: 1910 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; visitation 132
RUNKLE, George, head, 59y, mar 35y, b OH, fa b unknown, ma b OH, farm laborer
", Catherine A., wife, 54y, had 7 ch 4 living, b OH, parents b OH
", Samuel, son, 30y, married within year, b OH, parents b OH, farmer
", Edna, dau-in-law, 18y, had 0 ch 0 living, b OH, parents b OH
CENSUS 1920, Brick Church Road, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, taken January 1920, visitation 21/21
RUNKLE, George 69 b OH; parents b OH - farmer
", Katherine A. 64 wife b OH; parents b OH
1926 - Greencastle - Mrs. George Long and son Ralph spent Friday afternoon
with George Runkle. [Lancaster Daily Gazette, Lancaster, Ohio, Jan. 2, 1926]
CENSUS: 1930 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH, sheet 4A
RUNKLE, George, 79y widow b OH, owns home, resides on farm, retired farmer
BROBST, Fanny, houskeeper, 57y single b OH, parents b OH
"George [Runkle] b. March 1, 1813 was twice married; first to Polly Wear by
whom he had one child; second, to her sister ___ Wear, by whom he had 8 ch:
Samuel, b. Apr. 29, 1835 d 1889 m. Susan Hartman; John b March 15, 1838 d
1839; Mary b Dec. 6, 1839 d 1841; Jacob b Sept. 29, 1841; Jeremiah b March
17, 1844, d June 3, 1897; Daniel b March 24, 1846; Lewis b Aug. 15, 1848 m.
Loa Buss and lives near Kalida, O., George b. July 19, 1850 m Catherine Mason
and has four children. He lives in Lithopolis (ch: Albert H. b. 11 Oct. 1875,
Henry A. b Feb. 22, 1877, Samuel V. b Aug. 27, 1878, Lavancha A. b 29 Oct.
1879 m. Nov. 23 1898 unk.) and Sarah b March 5, 1853, she lives at
Lithopolis, O." ancestry.com: Original data: Fisher, Benjamin Van Doren,. The
Runkle family : being an account of the Runkels in Europe, and their
descendants in America. New York: T.A. Wright, 1899, p 317-318.
Death certificate image 68280. George Runkle, Lithopolis, Fairfield Co., OH, Dec. 26, 1933, aged 83y 5m 7d, widowed, born July 19, 1850 in Fairfield Co., Ohio to George Runkle b PA and Sarah Ware b PA. Informant was A. H. Runkle of Lithopolis. Buried Lithopolis Dec. 28.
_Jacob RYMOND _ | |--Jacob RYMOND | |_Rachel SMITH _+
CENSUS: 1880 Tinicum Twp., Bucks Co., PA, p 30B
RYMOND, Jacob, 23y boatman b PA, parents b PA
", Rachel, 24y wife keeping house b PA, parents b PA
", William, son 6y b PA
", Mary 4y dau b PA
", Emma, 2y dau b PA
", Jacob 7/12 son b PA, born in Nov.
", Lorence 4y son b PA
CENSUS: 1900 Easton, Northampton Co., PA; ED 136 SH 13B
RYMOND, Jacob, head, b Jan 1852, 48y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 27y, engineer
", Rachel, wife b Apr 1857, 43y b PA, parents b PA, had 10 ch 0 living (???)
", Jacob, son b Nov 1879, 20y b PA, apprentice machinist
", Evaline, dau b Sep 1883, 16y b PA, doubler [sille?]
", Frank, son b June 1891, 8y b PA, at school
CENSUS: 1910 Easton, Northampton Co., PA; ED 85 SH 5B Ward 11, roll 1381 Bk 1
RYMOND, Jacob, head, 30y b PA, parents b PA, mar. 8y, machinist, railroad shop
", Sarah E., wife 26y b PA, parents b PA, had 3 ch 3 living
", Albert J., son 7y b PA
", Mildred E., dau 4y b PA
", Anna J., dau 2y b PA
CENSUS: 1920 Easton, Northampton Co., PA; ED 123 SH 11B Ward 10
RYMOND, Jacob, head, rents home, 40? 41? y b PA, parents b PA, lathe hand, railroad shop
", Sadie E., wife 35y b PA, parents b PA
", Albert J., son 16y b PA, electric [--?--], railroad shop
", Mildred E., dau 13y b PA
", Anna J., dau 12y b PA
", Ruth S., dau 8y b PA
_Wayne SATTERFIELD _______ | |--Ruth SATTERFIELD | |_Dorothy "Dolly" J. FOOR _+
NAME: "The Foor Family", George S. Conover, ca 1965, p 6.
CENSUS: 1930 Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA; ED 79 SH 12 A p 120
SATTERFIELD, Wayne, head, rents home for $15/month, does not live on a farm,
34y b VA, married first at age 20, parents b VA, coal miner
", Dorothy, wife, 32y b PA, parents b PA, married first at age 18
", Virginia, dau 13y b PA
", June 11y dau b PA
", John, son 9y b PA
", Anne, dau 7y b PA
", Ruth, dau 4y b PA
", Wayne Jr., son 1y b PA
2010 - listed as a surviving sister, Ruth Pennell, in sister Geneveve's August 2010 obit.
_James SEEDS _______ | |--James Monroe SEEDS | |_Hanna Maria GLICK _+
DOB: Figured from age at death.
CENSUS: 1850 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
SEED, James, 30y merchant b OH
", Ann Mariah, 20y b OH
", James M., 4y b OH
CENSUS: 1860 Amanda Twp., Hancock Co., OH; p 20
SEED, James, 40y farmer b OH, $1400 real estate, $600 personal estate
", Hannah m., 31y b OH
", James M. 13y b OH
DOD/POBurial: Photo of grave stone on findagrave.com shows
J. & M. SEED
MAY 2, 1866,
19Y 4M 1D
__ | |--Joseph D. SHORT | |__
NAME/DOB/DOD/POBurial: "Cemeteries of Bloom Township, Fairfield County, OH", Fairfield Co., Ohio, Chapter OGS, 1996, p 315.
CENSUS: 1930 Lithopolis, Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; sheet 3B
SHORT, Joseph D., head, owns home worth $880, does not reside on a farm, 29y b OH, parents b OH, married first at age 20, fireman, rail and freight co.
", Florence E., wife 26y b OH, parents b OH, first married at age 17
", Kenneth A., son 8y b OH
", Goldie I., dau 6y b OH
CENSUS: 1940 Lithopolis, Fairfield, Ohio; Roll: T627_3065; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 23-6
SHORT, Joseph, head, 48y b OH, 6th grade education, resides same home as they did in April 1935, worked 48 hours lasdt week, fireman, power plant, $1200 income, worked 52 weeks in 1939
", Florence, wife 36y b OH, 8th grade education
", Kenneth, son 18y single b OH
", Goldie, dau 16y b OH
", Carl, son 2y b OH
DOWLER, Emma, mother-in-law 76y widow b OH, 4th grade education
POD: Joseph D. Short, resided in Fairfield Co., Ohio, died Jan. 4, 1964 in Grant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, age 64, married, Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.
__ | |--O. J. SKINNER Md | |__
HISTORY OF THE STATE OF KANSAS, William G. Cutler, 1883, Chicago, IL.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES (SKINNER - WILSON).
DR. O. J. SKINNER, physician and surgeon, was born near Montpelier, Washington Co., Vt., September 3, 1817. Is the son of Orson and Dorothea Skinner. His parents were natives of Massachusetts, and descendants of colonists who emigrated from England in the early days of the colonies. The Skinner family in America are the descendants of three brothers from London, Eng. (merchants), who settled sometime in 1600--one in the colony of Virginia, one in Massachusetts, and one in Connecticut. They engaged in connection in a coasting and importing trade. The grandfather was a Lieutenant in the war of the Revolution. The father was for some time Associate Justice in the Circuit Court for his county. The subject of this sketch was educated at Randolph Seminary, in Randolph Center, Vt. In 1838 he removed to Chicago, Ill., and remained there and in the vicinity over two years. A part of the time was employed as a Superintendent of Work in the construction of the Illinois & Michigan Ship Canal. Surveyed a state road from Chicago to Rockford, the first from the city leading to that portion of the State. He then removed to Summit County, Ohio, residing most of the time in Akron and vicinity for about six years, most of which was spent in the study of his profession and in teaching. His health failing (by advice), removed South, stopping at Jamestown, county seat of Russell County, Ky., where he was not permitted to rest, but was induced to teach once more. During the year so engaged, was appointed, and (until the adoption of the new Constitution) acted as Probate Commissioner for the county. In the meantime, was appointed Postmaster, which office was held for about two years, most of the official duties being discharged by a very obliging and intelligent medical student. Confinement still resulting in ill health, under advice, he sought an out-door, active life. The office of County Surveyor becoming vacant, was elected, and discharged (with the aid of a deputy) the duties of that office for four years, with more or less practice in his profession. In 1853, removed to Whitley County, Ky., engaged in the practice of medicine, and, with others, erected and operated an extensive mill on Cumberland River until the breaking-out of the war, which caused a suspension of nearly all business upon that river. During the war, on account of returning sick soldiers, and the absence of physicians, had a laborious practice, extending over a large area, even into Tennessee. To defend the border against the depredations of marauding bands of guerrillas, the militia of the State was organized, and Dr. Skinner, at the solicitation of the Governor, accepted a commission as Colonel of the One Hundred and Eleventh Regiment State Militia. He proceeded to organize the same, and discharged the duties assigned by His Excellency and the Provost Department, until near the close of the war. During his absence from the county, was elected Justice of the Peace, which office he held for four years. He served for fifteen years as Circuit Court Examiner for his county. In 1871 and part of 1872, was United States Division Assessor, embracing his own and other counties. In the early spring of 1872, he removed to Kansas, located on a farm in Center Township, and has engaged in the practice of medicine ever since. After living nine years upon the farm, he moved to Yates Center, where he now resides. He was married at Clio, Wayne Co., Ky., October 25, 1851, to an estimable lady, widow of Dr. Alonzo Clark, and daughter of Dr. E. L. Miner, of Lithopolis, Ohio. He has three living children--Julia M. Ashley, Elvira E. and Mary F. He has practiced medicine for thirty years, and is not only regarded as a skillful practitioner, but as one of our best and most reliable citizens.
Dr. O. J. Skinner came to this county in 1872 and located on a claim adjoining Dr. Turner's. He was a Vermonter by birth and a Kentuckian by adoption and instinct. Among all the workers of the profession none were or will be more studious and observing than he. He loved books and a late light; was possibly the best clinician of his fellows and the safest counsellor of all the coterie of workers of his time. None more patient and none more desirous of knowing all of a case than he. After years of hard work and kindly admonition to the younger brood of doctors he fell asleep, with his sack for a pillow. Among the old, fellows who came here in early days few were his peer as a careful, painstaking watcher and observer at the bedside of the sick, and none his superior. Pages 618-625, transcribed by Carolyn Ward from History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: embellished with portraits of well known people of these counties, with biographies of our representative citizens, cuts of public buildings and a map of each county / Edited and Compiled by L. Wallace Duncan and Chas. F. Scott. Iola Registers, Printers and Binders, Iola, Kan.: 1901; 894 p.,  leaves of plates: ill., ports.; includes index.
DOD: Name listed as Dr. O. J. Skinner, Yates Center, 02 Feb 1893. [Woodson County, KS Deaths 1853-1926, posted to KSGenWeb]
DOM/POM: Skinner, O.J. to Sarah P. Clark. October 5, 1851. Married by W. Simpson, m. G., in Wayne County, Kentucky. 1-51. Info posted on the Russell County, KY Marriages 1826-1865 website.
CENSUS: 1860 Whitley Co., KY, p 107
SKINNER, O. J., 42y sawyer/lawyer, $200 real estate, $1800 personal estate, b VT
", Sarah P., 32y b OH
", Jennie, 3y b KY
WINGFIELD, Wm., 38y sawyer, $100 personal estate b VA
CENSUS: 1870 Williamsburg, Whitley Co., KY, p 339
SKINNER, O. J., 50y physician b VT, $200 real estate, $3000 personal estate
", S. P., 43y keeping house b OH
", J. M., 13y female at home b KY, attended school
", Julia M., 9y at home b KY
", Elvira E., 7y b KY
", Mary E., 5y b KY
__ | |--Amber Dawn SMITH | |__
 NAME/DOM/DOB/POB: from Rich Stretton via Sept. 2007 email. Amber is the daughter of Donald Lee Smith (1955-1985) and Shirley Juanita (Jungling) Smith born 1960.
__ | |--George SPINDLER | |__
NAME: From "History of Pickaway Co and Representative Citizens", 1906, Aaron R. Van Cleaf, p 529.
CENSUS: 1880 Harrison Twp., Pickaway Co., OH; p 443A
SPINDLER, George, 35y b OH, farmer, fa b PA, ma b OH
", Alice, wife 31y b OH, housekeeping parents b OH
", Charles, son 9y b OH
", Delle, dau 8y b OH
", Mary, dau 4y b OH
", Emma, dau 4/12 b OH
_Howard D. "Jeep" STEBELTON _+ | |--Howard Lee STEBELTON | |_Sue ________________________
Howard "Lee" Stebelton, age 48, of Lithopolis, died Tuesday July 11, 2006 at Grant Medical Center. Born August 20, 1957 in Columbus, he was a 1975 graduate of Bloom-Carroll High School. He was employed at Chasm Industries, and was an avid golfer and Cincinnati Reds fan.
Survived by his parents Howard "Jeep" and Marilyn "Sue" (Good) Stebelton, Lithopolis; brother David (Jo Ellen) Stebelton, Groveport; nieces and nephews Allen Stebelton, Kathleen (Andy) McKeon, Kevin Stebelton, Mary Stebelton; uncles Bill (Theo) Stebelton, Lithopolis, Paul (Elaine) Stebelton, California, Carl Stebelton, Canal Winchester.
Friends may visit 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. Sunday at the Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home, 650 W. Waterloo St., Canal Winchester, where funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Monday, with the Rev. Ben Foulk officiating. Interment Franklin Hills Memory Gardens.
Friends who wish may contribute to the Bloom Twp. Fire Dept. in Lithopolis in Lee's memory.
Obit from the Dwayne R. Spence funeral home website.
__ | |-- STOCKWELL | |__
_John Henry C. STRUCKMAN _ | |--Henry STRUCKMAN | |_Sophia EBRIGHT __________
NAME: Mentioned in his brother George's partition records, "Partition Record Abstracts, V2, 1851-1900 Fairfield County, Ohio", Fairfield County Chapter OGS, 1988, p 48.
CENSUS: 1870 Greenfield Twp., Fairfield Co., OH; p 121
FAIRCHILD, Sophia, 42y keeping house b Hanover, $10,500 in real estate, $600
of personal property
", Sarah A., 21y helps mother b OH
", Rose A., 19y helps mother b OH
", Samuel E., 17y works on farm b OH
", Angeline 10y attending school b OH
", Martha J. 8y attending school b OH
STRUCKMAN, Henry 31y farm laborer b OH, $2000 in personal property
Death certificate image. Henry Struckman born 06 Aug 1837 OH died Liberty Twp., Fairfield Co., Ohio, Oct. 11, 1916, aged 79y 2m 5d, father Henry Struckman b Germany. Mother b Germany. Someone started writing in "Clara F..." for mother's name and it was crossed out. Informant was Chas. Struckman of Basil, Ohio. Buried Basil, Oct. 15.
__ | |--Jeffrey TAYLOR | |__
__ | |--Dorothy J. TOUSLEY | |__
DOB: From www.anybirthday.com - Name listed as Dorothy J. Foor with same zipcode as husband, Jeromesville, Ashland Co., OH.
OBIT Abstract from Cleveland Plain Dealer; Dorothy's mother:
Name: Tousley, Elsie P.
Date: Mar 10 1968
Source: Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #162.
Notes: Tousley. Elsie P. Tousley (nee Plumer), beloved wife of Dr. Jerome R., mother of Dorothy Foor, grandmother of Sally and Kathy, sister of George W., John E., Peggy Oliver and William G., daughter of Susie Plumer. Passed away Friday. Late residence, 6606 Brecksville Rd. Independence, O. Friends received at Gustav Buesch & Sons Funeral Home, 3111 Broadview Rd. Services Monday, March 11, at 1 p.m. Visiting Hours 2-5 And 7-9 P.M. Sunday.
_Ruben TRINE _______ | |--Eliza TRINE | |_Suzannah KEMMERER _
NAME: From sister Susan Trine FOOR's 1920 obituary. "Mrs. Eliza Clewell of Sycamore, Ohio".
Death certificate image 32472. Eliza Clewell of Canal Winchester, Franklin Co., Ohio, died May 5, 1923, aged 88y 1m 6d, born March 29, 1835 PA to Rhuben Trine b PA and Kemmerer b PA. Informant was Julia Trine of Canal Winchester, Ohio. Widower of Abraham Clewell. Buried Benton Cem., Crawford Co., Ohio, May 8.
_George TRUMBLE _ | |--Minnie TRUMBLE | |_Sylvia _________
NAME: From Carolyn Obertein, 3496 Catterfield, Saginaw, MI 48601
NAME: Have seen name as TRUMBLE and TURNBULL.
CENSUS: 1880 Norwich twp., Chenango Co., NY; p 246A
TRUMBLE, George, 27y b NY, doing odd jobs, fa b England, ma b (left blank)
", Sylvia, wife 37y b NY, keeping house, parents b NY
", Winnie, dau 3y b NY
", Albert, son 1y b NY
DOM/POM: Edward Foor, 24, of Fremont, MI, farmer b OH to Brazella Foor and Mary Barber; Minnie Trumbell of Fremont, MI, b NY to George Trumbell and Annie Cook. Neither married before. Married Feb. 2, 1891 in Saginaw, MI.
CENSUS: 1910 Lakefield Twp., Saginaw Co., MI, sheet 6A
FOOR, Edward, 49y married 19y b OH, fa b PA, ma b NY, farmer
", Minnie D., wife 34y had 7 ch 7 living b NY, fa b NY, ma b NH
", MAry, mother, 56y widowed b NY, parents b NY, had 3 ch 2 living
", Mabel, dau 18y b MI
", Frona 16y b MI
", Mortey 12y son b MI
", Flossie, 10y dau b MI
", May, 7y dau b MI
", William 5y son b MI
", Ethel, 1y da b MI
CENSUS: 1920 Fremont Twp., Saginaw Co., MI, ED 163, sheet 8A
FOOR, Edward, head, rents home, 52y b OH, fa b PA, ma b NY, farmer
", Minnie, wife 43y b NY, fa b NY, ma b England
", William, son 16y b MI
", Ethel, dau 12y b MI
", Viola, dau 8y b MI
", Roy, son 11/12 b MI
CENSUS: 1930 Saginaw city, Saginaw Co., MI; ED 73-41, SH 23A
FOOR, Edward, head, owns home worth $2000, does not live on a farm, 63y b OH,
parents b PA, married first at age 24, laborer at scrap yard
", Minnie, wife 53y b NY, parents b NY, married first at age 17
", Viola, dau 17y b MI
", Marie, dau 9y b MI
MILKOVICH, Peter, son-in-law 22y b PA, fa b Austria, ma b Hungary, mar. at
21y, foundry laborer
", Loretta C., dau 19y b MI
", Luella M., granddaughter 6?/12 b MI
PEASE, Orville D., boarder 20y b OH, laborer at chemical works
FOOR, Mary J., mother 83y widow b NY, parents b NY
Services held for Mrs. Minnie Foor
Mrs. Minnie Foor, 87, of Route 2, Beaverton, died Wednesday at Bay
City Osteopathic Hospital after a 10-day illness.
Born in New York, July 29, 1876, she was a long-time resident of
Surviving are a son, William, of Saginaw; nine daughters, Mrs. Mabel
Spangler, of Pontiac, Mrs. Frona Pringle and Mrs. Flossie Waldvogle of
Merrill, Mrs. Maude Hudson , of Wheeler, Mrs. Mae Juras, of Saginaw,
Mrs. Ethel Stoker, of Washington, Ohio, Mrs. Loretta Miller of
Midland, Mrs. Marie Doane, of Beaverton, and Mrs. Viola Pease, of
Sanford; a brother, Elvin Turnbull, of Sanford; 40 grandchildren, 60
great grandchildren, and 25 great-great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday at noon at St. Paul's Lutheran
Church in Sanford with the Rev. Allen Peck officiating. Burial was in
the Nelson Cemetery, Saginaw, County. [Unknown Publication; unknown date].
_Richard Alvin WARNER _+ | |--Timothy Lynn WARNER | |_Eleanore V. HAMILTON _
 NAME/DOB: From Elvin Ogg, email April 2005.
__ | |-- WEAVER | |__
__ | |--Catherine C. WILBUT | |__
 NAME: From Christopher Alspach via April 2001 email.