Notes

Notes

[HI23074] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Adda Arrowsmith-Class of 1889

[HI23077] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1884-1900 submitted by Pat Stickley in CCGS Newsletter June 1996 pg 31 Mattie P Arrowsmith Class of 1899

[HI23081] (Research):Family record of Samuel Arrowsmith, Jr., son of Samuel and Mary :Born Au g. 6, 1779; married Elizabeth, daughter of John Ritter; he died Jan. 3, 18 43, in McLean Co., Ill. Names and births of their children-John Wesley, bo rn Oct. 31, 1805; Hannah, born Aug. 22, 1807. died March 9, 1833; Elija h, born Aug. 22, 1809, died Sept. 25, 1809; Elijah B., born Aug. 26, 1810, died Oct. 20, 18 10; Ezekiel, born Oct. 31, 1811 ; Sarah, born Oct. 22, 1813, died Dec. 1 5, 1815; Henry R., born Jao. 10, 1815; Elenor B., born April 16, 1818; Mar garet A.; born Feb. 24, 1820; Eliza J., born Feb. 6, 1823, died June 25, 1 861; Mary A. R., born March 28, 1828; married Thompson ; died Aug. 8, 1860 .

[HI23097] (Research):Beers History 1881 pg 630 Family record of Sampson Talbott, who was born Nov. 21, 1767: He married C assandra Jarboe; she is dead, date not known. One son by this union-Willia m, born Nov. 24, 1793, died in Illinois, Dec. 25, 1845. Sampson married h is second wife, who was Jane Kenton, eldest daughter of William and Mar y, in 1798. She died in Champaign County June 20, 1812. Their children-Har vy, born Aug. 7, 1799, married Mrs. Comer; her maiden name was Fit ch ; he died in Champaign County, Feb. 28, 1880. Sarah, born May 5, 180 1, married Andrew Sears; she died Jan. 12, 1878. Celia, born Aug. 25, 180 4, married Micajah Phillips; he is dead; she married the second time-Jose ph Russell; he is also dead. Benjamin, born Aug. 12, 1807, married Cynth ia Johnson ; he died in Hancock Co., Ill., Dec 2'l., 1876. D., born May 3 0, 1810, married Sarah Snider; she is dead. Samuel, born May 30, 18 10 ; D. and Samuel were twins. Sampson married the third time-Mary Kento n, Nov. 12, 1812 ; she died in Champaign County, Oct. 12, 1815. Their chil dren-Pres. ley, born Aug. 8, 1813; married Mary Ann Markley, Oct. 27, 13 42 ; she died May 6, 1861. Elizabeth, born May 5, 1815 ; married Samuel St uart. Sampson, married the fourth time-Mrs. Ann Fitch ; her maiden name w as Oliver. Their children-Jane, married William Harrison McFarland

Champaign County Ohio Land Deed Indices by Pat Stickley and Denise Moore pg 6 Sec 8 Twp 3 R 11 Jackson Twp,SE 1/4 June 26 1818 US to William S Talbot, A ssignee of Sampson Talbotr, recorded 15 Oct 1900 book 83 pg 495

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 240 son of Samuel Talbott and Mary Magdelene Demoville

[HI23099] (Research):Champaign County Ohio Land Deed Indices by Pat Stickley and Denise Moore pg 6 Sec 8 Twp 3 R 11 Jackson Twp,SE 1/4 June 26 1818 US to William S Talbot, A ssignee of Sampson Talbotr, recorded 15 Oct 1900 book 83 pg 495

[HI23101] (Research):Early Settlers of Champaign County and surrounding areas. Pg 89 William Organ located somewhat east of Cable near the old Corbett Cemete ry in 1823. Organ's father was a native of Ireland who came to America, se rved in the Revolution and was killed at Yorktown. William was born abo ut 1785 in Pennsylvania, his wife was Gracie McBride, a daughter of Andr ew McBride, who came to Wayne Township about the same time.

Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 198 13 April 1831 Willi am Organ gdn of James Miller an insane person of by overseers of the po or of Wayne Twp. Surities Joshua Miller, John Shaul.

1830 of Champaign Co, OH John Organ and William Organ in Wayne Twp, Jam es Organ in Union Twp James moves to Wayne twp by 1840. William John and J ames are not found in 1850 in Ohio.

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 242

Record Book 20, Page 114 — Filed 28 June 1845 — Petition to Convey Samuel Organ, Administrator of William Organ vs John Organ et al On 17 April 1843 William Organ contracted to sell to Thomas Stone 102 acr es located in Military Survey Number 5158, “part of George Pomroy Surv ey of 400 acres” (N. Lamme Survey, Goshen Tp.). On 21 December 1843 Willi am contracted to sell 40 acres located within the same survey to William J ohnson and Isaac Johnson. Clear deeds were needed for the land. William Or gan’s heirs were: Samuel Organ; James Organ; Rebecca wife of James Stephens; Benjamin L. Org an; Walter I. Organ and Lydia Ann wife of Jacob Devore, all of Champaign C ounty; John Organ of Union County, Ohio; Letty wife of Samuel Chapman a nd Andrew Organ, all of Muskingum Co, Ohio; Jane, wife of Abner White of M ichigan and William Perry Organ of Iowa Territory

[DI23102] Mrs. Celia RUSSELL died at her home in DeGraff the 9th November, 89 years of age; buried Talbot Cemetery in Concord Township.

[HI23104] (Research):1850 Census has William Cheetham age 19, Baker. born Germany

Will Book E pg 67 Richard H Cheetham Urbana, died 7/28/1882 probated 8/1/ 1882 Heris James K Cheetham,son,Urbana; Samuel O Cheetham-son-Urbana; Maria C y oung (wife Robert)-dau-Urbana/ Sons and son in law Robert Young to car ry on business in which I was engaged. James Cheetham, Samuel Cheetham and son in law Robert Young Exec Wit: Ridgley P Wilkins, John H Young Signed 7/28/1882

[DI23106] pg68 9/30/1897
Cynthina A Talbot, wife of Benjamin Talbot born in Champaign Co April 18 1817 married Bejamin Talbot Oct 12, 1836. They had eight ch96sons and 2 dau) four sons and 1 dau deceased. They moved to Hancock Co, IL in 1839 and she resided there until her death Aug 18, 1897, her husband is deceased

[BI23107] CCGS Newsletter Winter 2005 Vol 21 No3 pg 79 Mr Thomas and his son were killed on the night of Aug 13 1813, simultaneously with the birth of Mr Presley Talbott

[DI23107] Urbana Citizen & Gazette July 30, 1885
Presley Talbott died 21st July, 1885, son of SAmpson Talbott Esq who was born in Virginia 1767. The elder Talbott had 4 wives, the first being the sister of Gen Simon Kenton, whose remains lie buried in Cumberland Heights opposite Harpers Ferry, VA. He subsequently married two nieces of Gen Kenton, one of whom was the mother of Presley Talbott. Presley married in 1842 Mary Ann Markley who died in 1861 leaving him with 4 children; all of whom still survive, three daughters at home and the son at Cherryvale, KS

[XI23107] Not proven he buried at Kenton

[HI23109] (Research):CCGS Newsletter June 1991 Deaths from Urbana Daily Citizen 6/25/1868 Allen Co, OH Mrs Elizabeth Stewart wife of Samuel, dau of Samps on Talbot b Feb 5 1815 Concord Twp, Champ Co, OH

[HI23111] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 240

[NI23112] Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 240

[DI23112] St Paris Newspaper Abstract
November 8, 1888
Mrs Jane T, wife of WH McFarland, died at her home in Mutual, OH, after one week of illness of lung fever. She was past 75 years of age and had always resided in this county. She was born in Westville and was a sister-in-law of Samuel Gibbs.

The Urbana Daily Citizen
November 9, 1888
Dr Orlando McFarland of Hartford, CT, called here Tuesday by the death of his mother, Mrs WH McFarland. Professor RW McFarland of Oxford, Miss, Miss Kate McFarland of Olathe, KS, and Mrs WH McFarland and son Horace of Springfield paid their respects.

[HI23113] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 240

[HI23115] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 251 10 April 1837 Willi am Haller, gdn of William McGinis 5 yr; Samuel Jasper McGinnis c3yr; Cathe rine Jane McGinnis c2yr minor heirs of Samuel McGinnis dec'd. Surities Isa ac Smith, Elisha Harber

[HI23116] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 251 10 April 1837 Willi am Haller, gdn of William McGinis 5 yr; Samuel Jasper McGinnis c3yr; Cathe rine Jane McGinnis c2yr minor heirs of Samuel McGinnis dec'd. Surities Isa ac Smith, Elisha Harber

10918 UNKNOWN CO - SAMUEL J. McGINNIS - McGinnis, Harbour, Andrew, Gaut ,McKernon, Richeg

#10918: Biographical History of Montgomery and Adams Counties, Iowa. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1892.

Samuel J. McGinnis, one of Douglas township's well known citizens, was bo rn in Champaign county, Ohio, August 4, 1833, son of Samuel H. and Exona ( Harbour) McGinnis, both natives of Champaign county, Ohio. His father was a son of William McGinnis, of Scotch descent, a native of Kentucky, a nd a soldier of the war of 1812, and of Jenny McGinnis, his wife. The moth er was a daughter of Elisha Harbour, a native of Virginia and a soldi er in the war of 1812. The Harbours were among the first settlers of the Old Dominion. O ne member of the family was kidnapped in England and brought to America a nd sold. Samuel H. McGinnis died when the subject of this sketch was a boy, and his wife died in 1853. Samuel J. was reared of a farm in the coun ty where he was born, receiving his education in the common schools ther e. In 1854 he came to Jefferson county, Iowa, and remained one season, after which he returned to Ohio. Two years later he came back to Jeffers on county and was married. He then settled in Monroe county, Iowa. Duri ng the war he enlisted in Company K, Thirty-sixth Iowa Infantry. He receiv ed injury by a comrade's ax while they were at work in camp, his right thu mbbeing cut off, and lost the use of his index finger. He also lost anoth er finger from the same hand by erysipelas. For loss thus sustained he now receives a small pension from the Government. In August, 1865, he was hono rably discharged at Davenport, Iowa, after which he returned to his ho me in Monroe county. In 1866 he moved to Lucas county, this State, where he lived seven years; thence to Texas; a year later to Jewell county, Kans as, where he took a homestead and lived two years; spent the next ye ar in La Salle county, Illinois, and, returning to Jewell county, Kansas, lived there three years longer. At the end of that time he sold out and ca me to Adams county, Iowa, and purchased from Frank M. Davis the eighty-ac re farm on which he now lives. Mr. McGinnis was married in Jefferson count y, Iowa, November 19, 1857, to Miss Sarah D. Andrew, who was born in th at county eight years before Iowa was brought into the Union, her birth oc curring November 8, 1838. She is a daughter of William and Elizabeth (Gau t) Andrew. Her father was a native of North Carolina, settled in Iowa abo ut 1836, and died in Lucas county, this State, at the age of eighty years. Her mother was a descendant of Irish ancestry, and she, to o, lived to be an octogenarian, her death occurring in Texas. Mr. and Mr s. McGinnis have four children, namely: Elizabeth Alfie, wife of Charles McKernon, Douglas township, this county; Mary Alice, wife of John Riche g, also of Douglas township, and was before her marriage engaged in teachi ng; and Ora Matella and William H., at home. Politically Mr. McGinnis is a n Independent. He is a member of Llewellyn Post, G. A. R., Corning, Iow a. He and his wife and daughter Ora M. are members of the United Brethr en Church, of which he is a trustee.

[DI23117] «i»Urbana Daily Citizen «b»«/i»19 Jan 1929

Relatives Get World of Death of Mrs. Hinkle

Urbana «/b»relatives received word Tuesday morning of the death of Mrs. Alice Hinkie. Aged 87, Mrs. Hinkle, who was a native Champaign county, passed away Monday at her home in Urbana, Illinois.

Mrs. Hinkle was the daughter of Andrew Hanna and Rachaei Harvor Han.na, pioneer residents of Concord township and the sister of the late William Hanna. She was united in marriage to Nathan Hinkle in the late sixties. Going at once to Illinois, they have made their home there since that date. Surviving are the husband and one daughter, Betty, at home.

Mrs. Hinkle is the aunt of Mrs. John Abbott, of Lafayette avenue and of Walter W. Hanna, of Concord. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon from the late home and interment made in the cemetery there.\\
(source CCGS News Spring 2010 Pg 43)
HINKLE ALICE A F/W UNK 3100015 1929-01-28 CHAMPAIGN URBANA 29-01-29

[DI23119] age 45y5d

[HI23121] (Research):Enlisted in the Civil War at age 16 Co D 129th Indiana Volunteers

[DI23130] Newspaper Abstract
November 24, 1870
Deborah Osborn Chance was born Greenbriar Co, VA, 3rd December 1804; in 1808 she moved to Fleming Co, KY with her parents, in 1810 they removed to Clark Co, OH. At age 18, she married John Morris, he died after 8 years and she remarried 27th December, 1838 to James Chance, who died 18th December, 1862.

[HI23135] (Research):Beers History Pg 720

Record Book #32 Page 222 Filed 13 Feb 1866 Petition Isaac Neff vs Peter Neff , etal Samuel Neff, deceased, was seized of acreage in the south half of the SW 1 /4 of Sec 18 , SE corner of SE 1/4 of Sec 19 and 11 acres in the west ha lf of the north half of the SW 1/4 of Sec 13 Twp 4 Range 11 (Mad River). S amuel also owned the east half of the SE 1/4 Sec 33 Twp 6 Range 8 Logan County, Ohio. (Note- Logan Co Ohio does not contain Twp 6 Range 8) Samuel's hei rs were ; Isaac Neff; Peter Neff of Indiana; Mary Neff, wife of Nelson Ne ff of Clark Co, OH; David Neff of Indiana; John Neff of Indiana; Henry G N eff of Iowa; Joseph Neff of Indiana; Jacob Neff; Michael Neff; Barbara A N eff, wife of Jerome Nease; Samuel Neff; Daniel R Neff; Aaron Neff of India na; Jonas Neff of Clark Co, OH; Emma Neff and grandson, Thomas L Homer Nef f

lived their whole married life in Warsaw, IN, after their move from Champa ign Co. OH in the year 1852 (by most data, and Martha's obit). This Dav id (1828-1875) was one of the many sons of Samuel Neff, of Mad River Tw p, in Champaign Co. OH. Let me know what you can use best, and I wi ll copy or type off for you. Shirley Sorrell LUZZELL33@cs.com

[NI23136] There is no will; there is a mention in minute bk 16 pg 109 of intestate estate. Rachel Landeker [widow] relinqueshes right of adm of estate.

Special Session Dec 11, 1838
Special Session of the COurt of Common Please of the County of Champaign and State of Ohio, December 111, 1838. Present, James V Dallas...Sue Pearson, and Elisha C Berry official judges of said court and Sue C Pearson, Clk
Rachel Landaker (widow) having ___ her matter relinquisment " court orders that Samuel Crabill
som----? (Cant read) the personal estate of Gideon Landecker dec'd a his yestery? -- bond in the same of ___ with John Crabill and Lewis Long, his securities. ___ found and ____ ordered that Jacob Straub, Samuel Brubaker and David Berry appraise the goods and chatells belonging to the estate of said intestate.

[NI23137] Poss Henry G Neff who married Henrietta Kinsinger 2/25/1864 Champ Co, OH

[DI23138] Obit of brother Isaac says his brother Joseph of Indiana attended his funeral. Perhaps this tombstone should be checked for date transcriptions

[DI23141] Name: «tab»Aaron C. Neff
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»10 Feb 1923
Death Place: «tab»Lake Tp., Logan, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»23 May 1847
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Terra Haute, Oh.
Death Age: «tab»75 years 8 months 17 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Horseman
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Talma Neff
Father's Name: «tab»Sain Neff
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Rachael
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»X
Film Number: «tab»1992262
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4000555
Image Number: «tab»417
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 12132

[HI23142] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg475 Jan 26 1867 Lewis Ward gdn of Lew is Journell 6yr heir of Charles Journell dec'd Surities John Journell a nd Shepherd Corbin

[HI23145] (Research):Beers Bio pg 721 ISAAC NEFF, Justice of the Peace, Terra Haute. We take great pleasure in g iving Isaac Neff a front rank among the prominent men of this township, es pecially as we are indebted to him for much of the valuable information re ceived, that has helped complete this history. His memory has retained a ll that has ever been said or written about the first settlements, a nd he is able to give the dates, etc., from memory, that well agree with a uthority, both verbal and recorded. Squire Neff was born in Shenandoah Co ., Va., in 1823, and his parents, Samuel and Elizabeth (Strickler) Neff, e migrated in 1830, to Mad River Township, and purchased his first farm o ne mile east of Terre Haute. Five children-Isaac (our subject), Mary, Pete r, David and Abram Neff were born in Virginia. Isaac, the eldest, we nt to school three years, between the ages of 4 and 7, and could read, wri te, and had progressed some in mathematics; this was the basis of his educ ation. His father's family was composed of eighteen children, be having h ad three wives and three families of children. By the first wife, the fi ve previously mentioned were born in Virginia, and John, Henry G., Jose ph and Jacob in Ohio. The death of Mrs. Neff occurred March 23, 1840, ag ed 39 years. His marriage to Rachel Romick was celebrated in October, 184 0, by whom he had four children-Michael, Barbara A., Samuel R. and Dani el W. Their married life was of rather short duration, the death of Mrs. R achel Neff occurring in 1845. With his large family of small children, M r. Neff was obliged to have mother to care for them, and he was married t he third time, to Rachel Landaher. They were parents of Aaron, Caroline (i nfant daughter), Jonas and Emma. The most surprising circumstance is tha t, of this large family of eighteen children, whose circumstances in li fe have been so varied, only three are dead. Mrs. Neff died December, 186 3, and his death occurred in 1865. He had lived to see a family reared, t he number of which exceeded any other in the township, and the vast chan ge in the topographical character of the country was beyond his most sangu ine expectations. He was an honest, industrious man, respected by all ; f or twenty years a member of the M. E. Church, Township Trustee for twen ty years, and was elected Justice of the Peace, but declined and would n ot receive his commission. Isaac, our subject, commenced attending schoo l, in the winter season only, in 1833, and continued until he was 17 yea rs of age, at which time his right ankle was injured by a fall from a col t. Luckily for him, he had education enough to conduct a common school, an d, in 1842, he began teaching in his home district, and for twenty consecu tive years he was one of our practical teachers. During this time, he beca me engaged to and married Miss Hester A. Darnall, in 1848. She was bo rn on the spot where Mr. Neff now resides. They were the parents of Melvil le M., Emma E., Mary M., John J. and Samuel S. Of these, there were thr ee teachers, while both the wife and husband were also practical teacher s. Mr. Neff was elected Township Clerk in 1851, and has served for thir ty consecutive years ; has not, during that time, missed an election, a me eting of the Board of Trustees, or other meeting, when required byl aw to be present. In 1853, he was elected Township Assessor; in 1854, Just ice of the Peace, in which capacity he has served nine terms. Squire Ne ff has settled more estates in Clark and Champaign Counties than any oth er man in them, and the satisfactory manner in which this has been done, h as given him a record for honor and fairness that will ever be a sour ce of pride to his descendants. He was elected District Land Assessor in 1 859, 1870 and 1880. His capacity for business is equal to that of any m an in the township, and everything undertaken has proved his correctnes s. His wife died Dec. 13, 1875, aged 49 years. His marriage to his seco nd wife, Miss Amanda Darnall, occurred Jane 1, 1876. The first wife w as a daughter of Nathan Darnall, and the second, of James Darnall, cousin s. They both were daughters of prominent men. Squire Neff prides himself u pon his record as a man, an official and an exponent of Democratic princip les. His residence is one mile west of Terre Haute, near which he has se en three schoolhouses built, the first a log, the second a frame, and t he last a brick, thus showing the progressive age in which he lives.

[DI23145] 9 Nov«tab»Isaac NEFF was born in Shenandoah County, Virginia on the 28th September 1823; came to Ohio with his father's family in 1830; he married Miss Hester A. DARNELL in 1843; to this union was born 7 children; 4 preceded him in death; surviving are Mrs. J. G. WARD, John J. and Samuel S. NEFF. Mrs. NEFF died the 13th December 1875; he married Miss Amanda DARNELL in June 1876 who survives. He was the oldest son of a large family, 6 brothers and 1 sister were present at the funeral services. Joseph, Peter & John NEFF of Indiana were here to attend the funeral of Isaac NEFF, their brother. Buried in Terre Haute Cemetery. [Obituary]

[NI23148] 1893 of Indiana

[DI23150] Name: «tab»Daniel W. Neff
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»03 Dec 1922
Death Place: «tab»Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»1845
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»77 years
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»05 Dec 1922
Burial Place: «tab»St. Paris, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown
Mother's Name:

[DI23151] Name: Emma Neff
Death date: 16 May 1920
Death place: Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth date: 19 Sep 1853
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Ohio
Age at death: 64 years 7 months 27 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Single
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address: 1412 Clay St
Occupation: Retired
Residence:
Burial date: 18 May 1920
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Ferncliff Cem
Spouse name:
Father name: Samuel Neff
Father titles:
Father birth place: Va
Mother name: Rachail Landaker
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Va
GSU film number: 1991132
Digital GS number: 4157167
Image number: 2384
Reference number: fn 34247
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI23152] PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 24, Page 72- Filed 14 July 18448- Petition for Partition Elias Darnell vs William Darnell et al Nathan Darnell, deceased owned 160.42 acres located in the south-west quarter of Section 25 Township 4 Range 11 and 30 acres located in the north-east corner of the south-east quarter of Section 31 Township 4 Range 11 (M ad River Township). He also owned an undivided half in Lot Number 18 in Tremont, Clark County, Ohio. Nathan's heirs were: Emilla Darnell, widow; Elias Darnell of Clark County; Dorcas Darnell wife of John West; William Darnell; Mary Darnell wife of ...Cheatham of Illinois; Catharine Darnell wi fe of Simon Baker; Ruth Darnall wife of Henry oiler of Indiana and Hest er Ann Darnall wife of Isaac Neff.

Name: «tab»Hester Ann Neff
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»13 Dec 1875
Death Place: «tab»Mad River Tp, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»48
Birth Date: «tab»1827
Birthplace: «tab»Mad River Tp
Occupation: «tab»Housewifery
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»p 64, 65 #35

[HI23154] (Research):Aug 19, 1905 The very sudden death of Mrs John WARD, who was stricken with paralysis ca using her death at 6 o'clock Friday evening, was received with great surpr ise. Mrs WARD was well known in this locality, she being the only daught er of the late Isaac NEFF, of Terre Haute. She was about 48 years old a nd leaves a husband and daughter. Mrs WARD was prominently connected wi th the Clark County Horticultural Society of which she was an officer at t he time of her death.

The sad news of the very sudden death of Mrs John WARD, of near Eagle Cit y, was a profound shock to our citizens. Mrs WARD was stricken Friday even ing at about 6 o'clock with a fatal stroke of paralysis, from which, she d ied. Mrs WARD was well known in this community, as well as throughout Cla rk county, she being a prominent member of Clark County Horticultural Soci ety for many years, and at the time of her death was an officer of this so ciety. She was the only daughter of Isaac NEFF, of near Terre Haute, at wh ich place she will be buried this afternoon about 2 o'clock.

Aug 27, 1905 The funeral of Mrs Emma WARD was held from the family residence Monday mor ning. A large number of our citizens attended.

[DI23154] Name: «tab»Emma E. Ward
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»11 Aug 1905
Death Place: «tab»German, Clark Co., Ohio
Age: «tab»53
Birth Date: «tab»1852
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co.
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07056-9
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466665
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 521

[DI23155] Name: «tab»Mary M Neff
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»26 Sep 1873
Death Place: «tab»Mad River Tp, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»19
Birth Date: «tab»1854
Birthplace: «tab»Mad River
Occupation: «tab»Teacher
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Isaac Neff
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»H A Damall
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-0
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»p 46 # 160

[DI23156] Name: «tab»John Neff
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»22 Jun 1931
Burial Place: «tab»Sunshine Cem
Death Date: «tab»20 Jun 1931
Death Place: «tab»Toledo, Lucas, Ohio
Age: «tab»69-9-26
Birth Date: «tab»1862
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Ill
Occupation: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Isaac Neff
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va
Mother's Name: «tab»Esther Darnell
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ky
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07316-8
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»1689668
Reference Number: «tab»cn 1961

[HI23157] (Research):5/26/1888 Urbana Daily Citizen Samuel S Neff, so Isaac Neff, age 22 years has dissappeared, leaves a wi fe (married 2 years). He has a fondness for gambling

6/1/1888 Samuel S Neff who dissappeared last week returned Tuesday; no rea son for his strange conduct

Samuel E Neff
Age: 65 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0010
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0096
County: Champaign
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Emiline 65 Ohio

[DI23158] pg43 7/23/1896 (Dates in this article have not been shown to be accurate)
Mrs Amanda Neff widow of Isaac, died last Monday, July 20th. She married 6/6/1875 Isaac Neff, who died Oct 29 1894. She was 69y7m1d old and leaves 2 bro; bur Terre haute

[HI23159] (Research):May 31, 1877 News from Concord Township Death of a pioneer occured on Thursday, May 24, 1877 at his residence in J ackson Township, after an illness of twenty-four hours. Mr James Darnal l, one of the most widely known and highly esteemed citizens of our count y. Mr D was born, to use his own words, where the town of Mt Sterling, Mon tgomery Co, KY now stands in 1795 and came to Ohio with his fathers fami ly in 1810 and settled in Jackson township, where he has resided ever sinc e. He claims to have cut the first tree ever cut by a white man in Jacks on township. He was one of the solid men of the times and his familiar fa ce will be sadly missed at our pioneer meetings where he was a regular att endant.

[HI23160] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 24, Page 72- Filed 14 July 18448- Petition for Partition Elias Darnell vs William Darnell et al Nathan Darnell, deceased owned 160.42 acres located in the south-west quar ter of Section 25 Township 4 Range 11 and 30 acres located in the north-ea st corner of the south-east quarter of Section 31 Township 4 Range 11 (M ad River Township). He also owned an undivided half in Lot Number 18 in Tr emont, Clark County, Ohio. Nathan's heirs were: Emilla Darnell, widow; Elias Darnell of Clark County; Dorcas Darnell wife of John West; William Darnell; Mary Darnell wife of ...Cheatham of Illinois; Catharine Darnell wife of Simon Baker; Ruth Darnall wife of Henry oiler of Indiana and Hester Ann Darnall wife of Isaac Neff.

1817-Trustees, Nathan Darnall, Zachariah Putman, Peter Smith ; Clerk, Abra ham Stephens; Treasurer, John Haller; Lister, Abraham Stephens; Justi ce of the Peace, John Haller

1820-Election held at the house of Joseph Sims ; number of votes cast, o ne hundred and eleven, Trustees, Nathan Darnall, William Runkle, Peter

1821-Total number of votes cast, one hundred. Trustees, William Runkle, Pe ter Smith, Nathan Darnall ; Clerk, 1823-Total number of votes cast, forty-nine. Trustees, Nathan Darnall, Arc hibald McGrew (no record of other

[HI23161] (Research):HARBOUR ANN P County Name: LOGAN Date of Death: 12/20/1920 Volume Number: 3456 Certificate Number: 76673

[DI23161] Name: «tab»Ann Philena Harbour
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»20 Dec 1920
Death Place: «tab»Quincy, Logan, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»2/11/1846
Birthplace: «tab» OH
Death Age: «tab»74-10-9d
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»widow
Race or Color: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Peter Baker
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Johnson
Inf_ W M Harbour, Quincy, OH
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1991440
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4122421
Image Number: «tab»3265
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 76673

[HI23162] (Research):Is this the Arthur J Harbour in Logan Co, Maimi OH 1900 b 1/1868 marri ed to Mary Lamb b 3/1877 married one year, no children. living with in la ws William and Anna Lamb.

[DI23163] Name: «tab»Walter M Harbour
«tab»
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»12 Jul 1952
Event Place: Logan , Quincy«tab»
Residence: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Gender: «tab»Male
Death Age: «tab»83y10m22d
Marital Status: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Occupation: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»21 Aug 1868
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Oh.
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1869
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Father: «tab»Charles Harbour
Father's «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Felina Baker
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Spouse's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»Certificate
Film Number: «tab»2246302
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4109430
Image Number: «tab»00024

[HI23164] (Research):Urbana Daily Citizen 7/6/1886 Mrs William Harbour of Concord Twp, left Attica, KS a few days ago with tw in children of late Mrs Walter Harbour and while in St Louis, one of the c hildren died. Will be buried in Harbour Cemetery

The Attica Independent, 28 November 1907 (Attica, Harper County, Kansas) Death of W. G. Harbor - Sunday night the sad news came from Wichita th at W. G. Harbor was dead. The news came as a surprise to everyone, as it w as understood that Mr. Harbor, who had undergone an operation for appendic itis at the Wichita hospital, was getting along nicely and it was thoug ht would soon be able to come home. Mrs. Harbor had returned from Wichi ta on Thursday, leaving her husband in good spirits and the news of his su dden death was indeed a sad shock to her. The remains arrive in Attica Mon day night in charge of J. P. Graham, who had gone to Wichita that morni ng to arrange for the shipment. The funeral took place at the M. E. chur ch at ten o'clock Tuesday morning, Rev. C. D. Whitwam preaching an excelle nt sermon, eulogizing the departed brother and friend. The Masonic lodge h ad charge of the further ceremonies, and together with the Foresters of t he Woodmen Camp, in command of Chief Forester H. L. Hildebrand, march ed in a body to the cemetery where the body was laid to rest, accordi ng to Masonic rites. The beautiful Masonic burial service was gone throu gh with. The funeral was largely attended and the floral offerings numero us and beautiful. Brother Harbor was very highly respected by the entire c ommunity and the heartfelt sympathy of all go out to the bereaved wife, da ughter and mother in their darkest hour of sorrow. Mr. Harbor was a promin ent member and trustee of the Methodist church, a Master Mason, a K. P. a nd Woodman, in which last order he carried insurance to the amount of $200 0. He was appointed postmaster of Attica in March 1907 to succeed Miss Liz zie Kille, resigned, and he conducted that office to the entire satisfacti on of all the patrons. He was an honest upright progressive citizen, one w ho was always to the fore in any and all things he deemed to be for the be tterment of the town and community.

Walter Grant Harbor, son of William and Mary E. Harbor was born in Champai gn county, Ohio, February 5, 1863. He was converted in the M. E. church un der the pastorate of Rev. J. G. Black when 16 years of age. He took a t wo years course of study at the Ohio Wesylan University and in Septembe r, 1885 was married to Minnie B. Wilson. They moved to Attica in March, 18 86. She died that year. He returned to Ohio, where he remained for sever al years, and in 1895 he was married to Emma C. Dodge who, with one litt le daughter, mother and two sisters are left to mourn, what seems to the m, his untimely death. But they do not mourn as those who have no hope, f or they know in whom he trusted and was willing to put himself in the han ds of the Lord, who had been his guide from youth. He died at Wichita abo ut ten o'clock Sunday night, November 24th, 1907.

Walter Harbour
Age: 41 State: OH 1910
Color: w Enumeration District: 0137
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0044
County: Logan, Quincy
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Myrtle 38 Indiana Son Herschel 15 Ohio

April 6 1903 Poll Tax Book Talley Sheet for Concord Township, Champaign County, OH,- W G Harbor

[HI23165] (Research):Comer, Noah
Age: 55 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Virginia Roll: T625_1419
Race: White Page: 8B
State: Ohio ED: 192
County: Miami Image: 512
Township: Washington Eve, wife, 57 no others in household

1880 Census Place:Urbana, Champaign, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 38 9B James COMERSelfMMW28WVOcc:Blacksmith In R.R. Car ShopFa: VAMo: VA Mary F. COMERWifeFMW25OHFa: PAMo: PA Ella RICHARDSONSDauFSW13OHFa: OHMo: OH Carry RICHARDSON SDauFSW10OHFa: OHMo: OH Ida ENGLESisterFSW14OHFa: OHMo: OH Anna ENGLEMotherLFWW56PAFa: GERMo: PA Noah COMERBrotherMSW20VAOcc:Working In Tan YardFa: VAMo:

Also enumerated with father William in 1880 Census

[HI23167] (Research):1880 Census Place:Harrison, Champaign, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 25 1C Robert TUCKERSelfMMW35OHOcc:FarmingFa: OHMo: OH Eliza A. TUCKERWifeFMW38OHOcc:Keeps HouseFa: PAMo: PA Vashti TUCKERDauFSW16OHFa: OHMo: OH Edmund C. TUCKERSSonMSW13OHFa: OHMo: OH Luther L. TUCKERSonMSW1OHFa: OHMo: OH

Robert is the GG GF of Grandpa Otis (Slusher) in Florida : ojfwb@webtv.n et http://community=2.webtv.net/oslushmom/MyTUCKERconnection/ Served s a Private in Co. B, 66th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in t he Civil War - Served for 3 years and was in Libby Prison (Richmond Priso n) for 3 months - Lived in Champaign Co., OH, at least in the early 1870 's - An "Invalid" pension disability application was filed in Ohio (prob i n/near Champaign Co.) - Application No. 702958 Cert. No. 748704 - This ind icates a residence in Ohio at least into 1883 - moved to Delaware Co., Ind iana, in ? (poss after 1890?) - occ: Per the 1909/10 Muncie, Delaware Co ., IN, City directory, he was the proprieter of a sawmill in Sideler, Dela ware Co., IN - d 6 Sep 1917 Shideler, IN - bu Concord Church Cemetery, Con cord Co., OH - A widow's pension application was filed in Indiana in 19 17 by widow, Eliza A. Tucker - Application No. 1107394 - Cert No. 18430

moved from Champaign Co., OH, to Delaware Co.,Indiana, sometime btwn the e arly 1880s to the early 1890's. Even though he had remarried, After his de ath, his body was taken back to Ohio and he his buried with his 1st wif e, Lucy (they have a shared stone in the Concord Church Cemetery, Conco rd Twp., Champain Co., OH.

Published Friday, 7 Sep 1917 (pg 3 - col 4), "Muncie Press" Muncie, Indian a:

ROBERT C. TUCKER Robert C. Tucker, age 73 years, a veteran of the civil war and a well known Delaware county pioneer, died last evening at his ho me in Shideler, following an illness of several weeks. The funeral wi ll be held in the Shideler M. E. church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'cloc k. The body will be taken to DeGraff, Ohio, Monday morning for burial. Tuc ker served as a soldier for three years in the civil war and was in Lib by prison for three months.

Published Friday, 7 Sep 1917 (pg 5 - col 2), "The Muncie Morning Star", Mu ncie, Indiana: SHIDELER MAN SUCCUMBS Robert C. Tucker, 73 years old, a veteran of the civil war and a well kno wn man in the northern part of the county, passed away last night at 10 o'clock at his home in Shidele r. Mr. Tucker was a member of Company B. Sixty-sixth Ohio Regimen t. He is survived by the widow, two daughters, Mrs. A. V. Manor and Mr s. J. A. Muntrode (sic) of Cleveland; one stepson and six grandchildren. T he body will be taken to Concord, O., for burial.

Published Saturday, 8 Sep 1917 (pg 7 - col 2), "Muncie Morning Star", Munc ie, Indiana: TUCKER - Obsequies over the remains of Robert C. TUCKER, 73, a civil war v eteran, who passed away Thursday evening at his home in Shideler, after se veral weeks illness, will be condicte at 3:30 o'clock to- morrow afternoon at the Shideler M. E. Church. The remains will be tak en to Degraff, O., Monday morning for burial.

«u»«b»Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 «/u»
about Robert C. Tucker
Name:«/b»Robert C. Tucker«b» Date:«/b»7 Jun 1917«b» Location:«/b»Shidelerindiana «b» Age:«/b»73 yr «b» Gender:«/b»Male «b» Race:«/b»White «b» Source Location:«/b»County Health Office, Muncie «b» Source Notes:«/b»The source of this record is the book H-10 on page 97 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration

[HI23169] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1904 Lawrence Dagger

[DI23169] Name: «tab»Lawrence E. Dagger
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»06 Jul 1906
Death Place: «tab»Wayne Tp., Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»21
Birth Date: «tab»1885
Birthplace: «tab»Concord Tp.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Jacob Dagger
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-8
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 117

[HI23170] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1912 Rolly Dagger

[DI23174] Newspaper Abstract
October 18, 1866
Died Cincinnati, 12th October, of cholera, Mrs Mary H wife of Richard H Cheetham Esq of Urbana, aged 51 years

[XI23174] **No cemetery record or tombstone found, this information comes from her obit. She is possibly buried near her husband and children.

[HI23175] (Research):Beers History Pg 806 JOHN T. ADAMS, farmer; P. O. Urbana; was born in this county Feb. 29, 183 2. Is a son of Thomas and Mary (Long) Adams-he probably a native of Virgin ia and she of Kentucky-becoming citizens of Ohio when very young and resid ents of this county at a very day, being numbered among its early settler s. After his marriage, he lived a few years in this county, then went to A llen Co., where he lived till his death. He was killed in the fall of 18 36 by a falling tree, while he, with several others, were cutting out a n ew road through a piece of timber land. His wife died in January, 1873. Th ey were the parents of five children; two now survive-John T. and James. O ur subject being only about 4 or 5 years of age when his father died, t he mother had the care of her children, whom she raised till John was 15 y ears of age, when she married Benjamin P. Gaines, of Clark Co., Ohio. O ur subject then lived with his step-father until 22 years of age. In 185 5, he went to Allen Co. Was married March 2, 1867, to Miss Violetta, daugh ter of Joseph and Celia Russell, he a native of Virginia and she of this c ounty. As the issue they have one child-Charles. Mr. Adams resided in All en Co. until 1874, then returned to Champaign Co., where he has since resi ded. He has always followed farming as an occupation, and is now locat ed on the William Long, Sr., farm, on Sec 2. Politically, Mr. Adams is a R epublican.

[HI23176] (Research):Adams Family Bible appeared in CCGS Newsletter Dec 2007 Vol 22 No 4 pg114- 115 and most dates in this family are taken from this bible. (Submitt ed by Juanita Steel Cooper) Names Thomas as the son of Thomas and Anna Ada ms

[HI23177] (Research):Adams family Bible names Mary Long as child of Jonathan and Jane Lone

[NI23185] Champaign Co, History by Beers Thomas Grafton was born in Virginia, Rockingham County, and came here in 1806. He always held that his name was " Old Tommy Grafton," and that he w as so christened. His wife's name before marriage was Esther or Hester Couden. They came to this township and entered a quarter-section of land, being the southeast quarter of Section 3. They brought with them a family of eight children, whose names in their order were James, Ambrose, Susan, Elizabeth, John, Sarah, Thomas and Amelia. The boys and the father built a cabin and commenced clearing the land, all settling on the home plac e. Of the boys, Ambrose and James were the only two who enlisted and foug ht in the war of 1812, and Thomas was the largest land-holder of his day, having bought more than a section. The old farm is still called "Tommy Grafton's place," and is occupied by Ambrose Grafton, a grandson of the old man, The children did not all stay in this part of the country; some of them have died, some moved to other parts, but there is still a large circle of the old man's descendants occupying farms in different par ts of the township. They all seem to partake of the energetic, sturdy qualities of their ancestor, who died in the ninety-second year of his age, Au gust 12, 1851. His body lies on the farm of one of his grandchildren, in a little secluded family burying-ground. Thomas Cowlic came in the same year, but a little earlier in the year than Mr. Grafton. He entered the "Cowlic farm," of eighty acres, near the Big Spring. He has passed away, and so has his posterity, and nothing save the above can be learned of him

"The Grafton Methodist Episcopal Church. -This church was organized in 1838, with fifteen members, mostly Graftons, hence the name. Immediately after organization, a church was built upon land donated for the purpose by James C. Grafton. While the church was being built, they worshiped in Fitzpatrick's Schoolhouse, in which place the church was organized. The church was a small, one-story frame building, which is now (1881) used as a stable on Farmer Pence's place, having been moved and its place filled by the present large and more convenient one which is also frame. The church now numbers a membership of between sixty and seventy."

[HI23185] (Research):Virginia Publick Claims" King and Queen County. Compiled and transcribed by Janice L. Abercrombie and Richard Slattern. Iberian Publishing Company, Athens, Georgia.
Page 6 Thos. Grafton cert. given by Robert Hill
175 # beef L2-3-9
Page 15 Thos Grafton property of Edwin Motley cert given by Robert Hill
325# beef L4-1-6
Page 23 Tho. Grafton 1 beef L650
Page 28 Thomas Grafton 175# beef
Page 34 Thos. Grafton 275# beef
Page 40 Thos. Grafton

[NI23186] Dau of James Couden

[HI23188] (Research): Assignment by James Blixx?, Ambrose Grafton & Elizabeth (X) Grafton to Wi lliam Bell of Berkeley Co. VA, 21 April 1814; wit. Moses Jones, Ross Nels on (not copied).

Ambrose Grafton et al vs Joseph Kelley et al -- partition 6 Apr 1829
Ambrose and Elizabeth [Kelly] Grafton; Ezekiel and Mary [Kell y] Dame!!; Lewis and Peggy [Kelly] Darnell; Nancy Kelly; Joseph Ke lly; William Kelly; Robert Kelly; Sarah Jane Kelly; Rebecca Ann Kelly a re legal heir of Sampson Kelly deceased. [Joseph, William, Robert, Sar ah Jane and Rebecca minors] [Record Book 10 pg 293]

1860 Champaign Co, Jackson, OH pg251 HH677 Name: Ambrose Grafton Age in 1860: 67 Birth Year: abt 1793 Birthplace: Virginia Gender: Male Post Office: St Paris Household Members: Name Age Ambrose Grafton 67 Harker Grafton 21 Mary Grafton 26 Matilda Grafton 7 John Grafton 5 Ophilia Grafton 2 Elizabeth Grafton 60 VA

Name: AMBROSE GRAFTON Land Office: CHILLICOTHE Document Number: 6958 Total Acres: 80 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 28, 1838 Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: Yes Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Remarks: AARON JONES Land Description: 1 W½SW OHIO RIVER SURVEY No 10 N 20 W 28

Record Book 32, Page 341- Filed 24 October 1866- Petition to Partition William M. Grafton vs William West & Others Ambrose Grafton died circa 8 January 1866, and was seized of acreage loca ted in the north-west quarter and 71 acres on the west side of the south-e ast quarter in Section 15 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Township). Ambro se was the father of thirteen children. Ambrose's heirs were: Elizabeth Gr afton, widow; Joseph Grafton; Thomas Grafton; William Grafton; Mary Grafto n, wife of Samuel Long; Lysander Grafton; Hester C. Grafton, wife of Willi am West; Sarah E. Grafton, wife of James Merritt; Benjamin Grafto n; H. M. Grafton; Elizabeth Grafton, deceased, wife of John H. Thomas (mot her of Mary V. Thomas and William A. Thomas); Sampson Grafton, deceased (f ather of William L. Grafton and Roselle Grafton); Harvey Grafton, deceas ed (father of Matilda Grafton; John Grafton and Ophelia Grafton); and Marg aret Grafton, deceased, wife of ... Arney (mother of Jacob Arney; Ma ry S. Arney, wife of Henry Day; Ellen Arney, wife of William Allen; and Am brose M. Arney).

Champaign County Ohio Land Deed Indices by Pat Stickley and Denise Moore pg 6 Sec15 Twp 3 R 11 Jackson Twp, NE 1/4 Sept 25 1820 US to Ambrose Grafton, a ssignee of Thomas Grafton, 159.68 acres, recorded 21 Sept 1848 Book U pg 1 04

Champaign Co, History by Beers

[HI23191] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 5/16/1835 John Grafton, excl 9/26/1840 and 12/26/1840

[HI23197] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship records, pg 366 29 Mar 1865 David Loudenback, g dn of Nany K Titzpatrick 16 yr Jan 1 1865; heir of John Fitzpatrick, dec' d. Surities Daniel blose & J H Armstrong

[HI23198] (Research):Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Champaign Co OH Newspaper Abstracts, B ook II- 1878-1900, (September 6, 1878 to 1900). June 21, 1889 Died at the home ofher daughter, MRS NANNIE NEFF, in St Paris, on Tuesda y, June 17,1889, MRS JANE FITZPATRICK, aged 71yrs, 9 mo and 14 days. The f uneral was a Grafton's Chapel Wednesday, conducted by Rev Munsey and Rev L eatherman. Interment was in Hill's Cemetery. MRS FITZPATRICK'S maiden na me was ALLISON. She was born in Urbana, Sept 4, 1817, and md to JOHN FITZP ATRICK, June 21,1842. She leaves two daughters, SARAH E STEPHENSON and NAN NIE FITZP A TRI CK and one son, JOHN M FITZP ATRICK.

[DI23199] Record book 32 pg 18-20 Field Dec 13 1864 Petition to Partition James Allison vs Samuel Allison & Others John Allison died July 29 1864 and was seized of the west half of the NW 1 /4 in Sec 26 Twp 4 Range 11 Mad River Twp, He left the following heirs: Jane Fitzpatrick, James Allison, Andrew Allison of Clermont Co, OH, Samuel Allison of Pike Co, OH, Mary Ann Allison wife of Wesley Criffield and Nancy Allison wife of Hampton Sparks of Kusciusko Co, IN

[HI23203] (Research):St Paris Dispatch, Aug 2, 1888 Joshua Furrow's daughter Ida, died of consumption, Sunday at her home, ne ar Terre haute, aged 18 years. Funeral was held at her grandfathers, Hen ry Runyan, Monday. Rev Evilsizor officiating. Interment in Hills Cemetery.

[DI23206] Name: «tab»Anna Offenbacher
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Feb 1934
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1863
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Concord, Champaign, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»71 years 11 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»E.C. Offenbacher
Father's Name: «tab»John Minnich
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Heath
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1992990
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001894
Image Number: «tab»1735
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 13407

[HI23207] (Research):Tombstone says she is the wife of Lawrence, but there is no marriage record.
Sarah appears in the 1850 and 1860 census of John and Elizabeth Dagger
Not located in 1880 but 1900 is living with her sister Angeline Dagger Rinaker, single and named as her sister. She may not have been the wife of Lawrence.

[HI23209] (Research):Urbana Citizen & Gazette Jan 23 1862 On Saturday last the 66th Regiment was passing over the central Ohio Ro ad to Bellair when an accident occured that resulted in the death of two v olunteers. While the train was descending a grade, a wheel flew off and dr agged along the road and the car was wrecked. The train was approachi ng a spot where a lot of hands were working, Wm Amos Neer of Capt Baird 's Co and Thomas Lewis of Capt Buxton's Co were killed. Wm A Neer was a ci tizen of Champaign county and elsest son of Widow Neer of Concord Tw p, 23 yr; he will be buried in McFarland's burying ground. Thomas Lewis w as from Delaware County.

[HI23212] (Research):Samuel is transcribed in the 1880 Census by Paul Nitchman as James. Jam es was not born until 1852.

[DI23213] Name: «tab»Mary A. Johnson
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»15 Jun 1897
Death Place: «tab»Concord, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»51
Birth Date: «tab»1846
Birthplace: «tab»Concord
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-2
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 263

[HI23217] (Research):son of Conrad Neer

[HI23219] (Research):Russell, James, 25 Mar 1791-25 Oct 1862, ae 70y 7m [sic] (born Davidson Co ., Tenn.; member of M.E. Church 12 years, chose to unit with Baptist and w as faithful member rest of his life)

Will Book C pg 354 James Russel Sr Adams Twp probated 10/31/1862 Heirs Willis, Jackson, James, Sarah, Emily Jane Russell, and Frances Wils on (wife of Robert); 1/2 acre of land reserved for family burying ground f orever; tombstone at head and foot of grave like wife's. Miles Wilson Exe c. Wit: Lafayette Clem, Miles Wilson. Will signed 28 Apr 1862

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 277

[XI23220] (1819-1864)

[NI23222] Sept 26, 1878 Itemes From the West End, Concord Township by Specs Jr
And then the marriage of Mrs Edith E Neer of DeGraff to Mr Wm Pool is only fulfilling the command to go down to the "Pool" and be healed of all infimities known to widowhood.

[HI23222] (Research):Name : Elizabeth Neer
Death date : 08 Sep 1911
Death place : Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio
Birth date : 26 Dec 1828
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Oh
Age at death : 83 years 9 months 12 days
Gender : Female
Marital status : Widowed
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address :
Occupation : Housewife
Residence :
Burial date : 11 Sep 1911
Burial place :
Cemetery name : City Cem.
Spouse name :
Father name : unk
Father titles :
Father birth place :
Mother name : unk
Mother titles :
Mother birth place :
GSU film number : 1953129
Digital GS number : 4021123
Image number : 2357
Reference number : fn 49261
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23226] (Research):Comer, Harold
Age: 29 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Ohio Roll: T625_1419
Race: White Page: 4A
State: Ohio ED: 181
County: Miami Image: 253
Township: Washington Freda, wife, 25 Helen, dau, 6

[HI23227] (Research):Poll Tax 11/2/1880 St Paris, OH - CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 pg 33 William Lemon

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( NW 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) 02 Apr 1906 L B Runkle etal to William H Leammon, 72 acres Bk88Pg282 02 Apr 1906 William H Leammon to E K Flowers, 29.78 acres Bk88Pg282 02 Mar 1910 William H Leammon to M L Leammon, 42.22 acres Bk91Pg484

[HI23230] (Research):Champaign County Infirmary Records CCGS Newsletter 6/1990 5/10/1876 Admitted an Alice Brown age 26 from Salem Twp, pregnant,discharg ed 8/8/1876

[HI23231] (Research):Champaign County History 1991 - Biography Pg 121Is this J H Stevens livi ng close by?

1880 Census Place:Mad River, Champaign, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 32 1C Joseph STEVENSSelfMMW29OHOcc:FarmerFa: OHMo: OH Elisabeth Ann STEVENS WifeFMW25OHFa: OHMo: OH Thurman C. STEVENS SonMSW3OHFa: OHMo: OH Joseph W. STEVENS SonMSW1OHFa: OHMo: OH Jasper DEAVERSOtherMSW23OH Occ:Laborer-BoarderFa: OHMo: OH

STEVENS JOHN H County Name: CHAMPAIGN Date of Death: 5/4/1915 Volume Number: 1641 Certificate Number: 26484

[HI23232] (Research):Jacob N. Pence found in: Census Microfilm Records: Ohio, 1900 Lived in: Johnson Township, Champaign County, Ohio Series: T623 Microfilm: 1245 Book: 1 Page: 91

3 infants buried in Sec 1 Lot 29 with Jacob

[HI23235] (Research):Champaign Co Newsparer Abstracts Book II pg 117 3/31/1893 Mrs Catherine Thackery, mother of Mrs Gabriel Pence was buried Tuesday. S he had resided one mile west of Addison for forty three years. she was nea rly 80 years of age.

[DI23236] Name «tab»Sarah Wells

Death Date «tab»24 Mar 1950
Death Place «tab»Harrison Twp, Henry, Ohio, United States
Birth Date «tab»05 Dec 1865
Estimated Birth Year «tab»
Birthplace «tab»Miami Co., Ohio
Death Age «tab»84 years 3 months 12 days
Gender «tab»Female
Marital Status «tab»
Race or Color «tab»Caucasian
Street Address «tab»
Occupation «tab»
Residence «tab»
Burial Date «tab»
Burial Place «tab»
Cemetery Name «tab»
Spouse's Name «tab»
Father's Name «tab»Charles Evringham
Father's Title & Terms «tab»
Father's Birthplace «tab»
Mother's Name «tab»Achsah Rickey
Mother's Titles & Terms «tab»
Mother's Birthplace «tab»
Film Number «tab»2372557
Digital Folder Number «tab»4109225
Image Number «tab»00222
Certificate Number «tab»16798

[DI23237] ST. PARIS NEWS-DISPATCH, Thurs. 10 July 1919 The death of Chas. B. EVERINGHAM occurred at the home of his daughter, Mr s. Wm. WILSON in Christianburg last evening. Funeral service will be conducted from the home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will take pla ce in the Fletcher cemetery. Mr. EVERINGHAM was born at Trenton, N. J., January 4, 1835. For many years he followed the occupation, carpenter at Lena, Ohio. His wife preceded him in death six years ago. Surviving him are three sons: Frank of Lena, William and Clem of Fletcher and the daughter, Mrs. WILSON.

[HI23238] (Research):Champaign Co, Oh Newspaper Abstracts Book II, pg 41 The Holiday Reporter Dec 20, 1887 Sarah E Frank of Millerstown has been divorced from T S P Frank. Willful a bsence.

[HI23240] (Research):6-24-1826 Book 1 pg 159 Rebecca Kenton gdn of Lewis Dean Kenton 12yr; Nan cy Kenton 10yr, John Anderson Kenton 7yr, Cynthia Kenton 4yr heirs of Will iam Kenton, dec'd. Surity Mark Kenton

[HI23241] (Research):6-24-1826 Book 1 pg 159 Rebecca Kenton gdn of Lewis Dean Kenton 12yr; Nan cy Kenton 10yr, John Anderson Kenton 7yr, Cynthia Kenton 4yr heirs of Will iam Kenton, dec'd. Surity Mark Kenton

[HI23242] (Research):6-24-1826 Book 1 pg 159 Rebecca Kenton gdn of Lewis Dean Kenton 12yr; Nan cy Kenton 10yr, John Anderson Kenton 7yr, Cynthia Kenton 4yr heirs of Will iam Kenton, dec'd. Surity Mark Kenton

[HI23243] (Research):6-24-1826 Book 1 pg 159 Rebecca Kenton gdn of Lewis Dean Kenton 12yr; Nan cy Kenton 10yr, John Anderson Kenton 7yr, Cynthia Kenton 4yr heirs of Will iam Kenton, dec'd. Surity Mark Kenton

Another birth and death date found on Roots web of 12/18/1818 and 3/12/18 83 Johson Co, Olathe, KS source dbhend@siscom.net

[HI23244] (Research):6-24-1826 Book 1 pg 159 Rebecca Kenton gdn of Lewis Dean Kenton 12yr; Nan cy Kenton 10yr, John Anderson Kenton 7yr, Cynthia Kenton 4yr heirs of Will iam Kenton, dec'd. Surity Mark Kenton

[HI23246] (Research):Tombstone Dearest husband thou hast left us Here thy loss we deeply feel But til God that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal

[DI23247] «b»Apr «/b»«i»5 1889
«b»«/i»Died Wednesday, Mar 27, 1889, AILCIA, widow of «/b»WILLIAM «b»BRIDGMAN. WILLIAM BRIDGMAN «/b»was «b»one of Jackson Twp, oldest pioneers, «/b»having «b»emigrated from «/b»VA, «b»upward of «/b»50yrs «b»ago. She «/b»was «b»born Aug 11,1806, «/b»making «b»her upwards of «/b»62yrs. «b»Her remains were deposited at Honey Creek Cemetery, near Addison «/b»and «b»near her home for more than a half-century. The «/b»funeral «b»ceremonies conducted by Rev W R Thomas.
«/b»

[HI23249] (Research):11 children

[DI23250] Name: «tab»Valentine Bridgeman
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Aug 1906
Death Place: «tab»Staunton Tp., Miami, Ohio
Age: «tab»71
Birth Date: «tab»1835
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07065-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»550191
Reference Number: «tab»v 4 p 10

[DI23251] Name: «tab»William Bridgeman
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»29 Jan 1912
Death Place: «tab»Troy, Miami, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»23 Jun 1866
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»..., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»45 years 7 months 5 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»East Main
Occupation: «tab»Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»01 Feb 1912
Burial Place: «tab»Casstown, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Valentine Bridgeman
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary E. ...Lane
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1953230
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021174
Image Number: «tab»1854
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 4427

[HI23252] (Research):Aunt was Esther Bridgeman died Dayton, OH 3/2/1908 age 87. CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916, pg78 3/19/1908

[HI23254] (Research):Tombstone may be transcribed wrong, as chldren born 1882 and 1886. He mig ht have died in 1886. He is also in the 1880 Census.

[HI23261] (Research):IGI 8/15/1870 DOB

[NI23266] In divorce of parents in 1879 this child was named Francis Malcolm Woods

[XI23266] The burial record for Spring Grove section 8 lot 73 lot book page 19 location SE ¼-4
has her name listed as Fanning Brubaker undertaker Carl Baker death date 8-Jul-1964 and internment date of 11-Jul-1964 age 85

[HI23269] (Research):Marion Apple found in: Census Microfilm Records: Ohio, 1900 Lived in: Jackson Township, Champaign County, Ohio Series: T623 Microfilm: 1245 Book: 1 Page: 67

IGI MARION APPLE Birth: 03 MAY 1870 , Champaign, Ohio Parents:
Father: HENRY APPLE Family
Mother: ELIZA

[XI23269] Burial recond, no stone located

[NI23272] Daughter
name: «tab»Martha Talbot Caldwell
«tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»1943
event place: «tab»Rural Simpson, Kentucky, USA
residence: «tab»
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Female
age: «tab»
marital status: «tab»
race: «tab»
occupation: «tab»
estimated birth year: «tab»
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»
father: «tab»Nathan F. Talbot
father's «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother: «tab»Sallie Mcdavitt
mother's «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»
additional relatives: «tab»
spouse: «tab»Walter B. Caldwell
spouse's «tab»
volume/page/certificate number: «tab»21178
film number: «tab»1913448
Citing this Record "Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955," index,
FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N98Q-KD2 :
accessed 30 Sep 2012), Nathan F. Talbot in entry for Martha Talbot Caldwell, 1943.
name: «tab»Mrs. John Lockhart
«tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»28 Dec 1917
event place: «tab»Simpson, Kentucky
residence: «tab»
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Female
age: «tab»
marital status: «tab»
race: «tab»
occupation: «tab»
estimated birth year: «tab»
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»
father: «tab»Nathan F. Tolbot
father's «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother: «tab»Sally Mcdavitt
mother's «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»
additional relatives: «tab»
spouse: «tab»
spouse's «tab»
volume/page/certificate number: «tab»34692
film number: «tab»1942774
Citing this Record"Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955," index,
FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSP2-QBK :
accessed 30 Sep 2012), Nathan F. Tolbot in entry for Mrs. John Lockhart, 1917.

[HI23278] (Research):d/o Peter Bruner

[DI23286] Name: «tab»Mary Catherine Craig
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»12 Aug 1947
Death Place: «tab»West Liberty Village, Logan, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»03 Apr 1862
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Harrison Twp, Champaign Ohio
Death Age: «tab»85 years 4 months 10 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»John W. Craig
Father's Name: «tab»Henry W. Couchman
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Elizabeth Aersorn
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2372989
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4076580
Image Number: «tab»01111
Certificate Number: «tab»5161

[NI23293] Md William McCarty

[BI23294] Name: «tab»Neff
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»11 Mar 1907
Birthplace: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Aden E. Neff
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Neese
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00802-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466658
Reference Number: «tab»p 343, Line 24

[HI23297] (Research):Champaign Co, Geneological Society Newletter Vol 18 No 2 Pg 42 from the Ch ampaign Democrat, Submitted by Ted Smith a CCGS member. Friday, July 20, 1 923 SIMON KENTON'S BLANKET PRESENTED to HARDIN COUNTY CHAPTER DAR Interest in Simon Kenton and his family has been renewed by the blanket fo rmerly owned by this sturdy pioneer and Indian fighter and recently presen ted to the Hardin County Chapter of the DAR. The blanket was woven by Kent on's wife and has been placed on display in the Hardin Co, Ohio relic roo m. Simon Kenton married Elizabeth Jarboe who was of French descent. Her fa ther Stephen Jarboe came from southern France to Baltimore in 1760. Her mo ther was Miss Elizabeth Celland. Elizabeth was always thought of as a slen der dark-haired blue-eyed girl. When she was 13 years of age her father br ought his family to Ohio, her mother's health broke and she was called un to to do the work falling to women of the early pioneer days so she beca me an expert at spinning and weaving. At one of the Indian outbreaks, Eliz abeth defended the home with courage and coolness. Simon Kenton led a resc uing party and became attracted to the brave and handsome girl. Elizabeth 's father had to return to Baltimore on business and Elizabeth and her mot her were left alone at home so they decided to join f=her brothers who h ad gone further west, and she became teamster, guide, hunter and defend er through the woods. Her father did not return for three years and at la st their journey was at an end and they built their cabin at the present s ite of Springfield, Ohio. There, Simon Kenton came and they were marrie d. Mrs Kenton spent the last years of her life peacefully with her ddaught er, Mrs Parkinson, of Indiana

[HI23298] (Research):Married John Parkinson and lived in Jasper, IND

[HI23302] (Research): She married a Brown and probably lived in New Bedford, Iowa. She had 3 so ns in the civil war and one died in the war.

[HI23304] (Research):Mary C. Seelenbinder August 12, 1913 - November 28, 1999 Birthplace: Buford,Ohio Resided In: Springfield OH USA Visitation: November 30, 1999 Service: December 01, 1999 Cemetery: Ferncliff Cemetery Mary C. Seelenbinder, 86, of Springfield, Ohio, died Sunday, November 2 8, 1999 in Heartland of Springfield. She was born August 12, 1913, in Buf ord, Ohio, the daughter of David S. and Anna E. (Pitzer) Hopkins. She w as a member of St. John's Lutheran Church . Survivors include daughter s, Donna (Harold) Lewis of Florence, Alabama, Janet Seelenbinder of Spring field, Vera (Irwin) Weiser of West Lafayette, Indiana, and Carol (Helmu t) Welker of Pickerington, Ohio; six grandchildren, Elaine (Lewis) Cash a nd Chris Lewis, Daniel and Sara Weiser, and Gretchen and Karli Welker, o ne great grand-daughter, Katie Cash, and several nieces and nephews. She w as preceded in death by her parents, husband of 36 years, George H. Seele nbinder in 1980, two sisters and one brother. A gathering of family and fr iends will be held at the LITTLETON AND RUE FUNERAL HOME, SPRINGFIEL D, 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, where funeral services will be held Wednesda y, at 11:00 a.m. Burial will be in Ferncliff Cemetery. Memorial contribut ions may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church, 27 N. Wittenberg Avenue, S pringfield, Ohio 45504 or the American Lung Association, West Central Oh io Branch, 113 E. Church Street, Urbana, Ohio 43078.

[DI23304] Mary C. Seelenbinder August 12, 1913 - November 28, 1999
Birthplace: Buford,Ohio Resided In: Springfield OH USA Visitation: November 30, 1999 Service: December 01, 1999 Cemetery: Ferncliff Cemetery
Mary C. Seelenbinder, 86, of Springfield, Ohio, died Sunday, November 2 8, 1999 in Heartland of Springfield. She was born August 12, 1913, in Buf ord, Ohio, the daughter of David S. and Anna E. (Pitzer) Hopkins. She w as a member of St. John's Lutheran Church . Survivors include daughter s, Donna (Harold) Lewis of Florence, Alabama, Janet Seelenbinder of Spring field, Vera (Irwin) Weiser of West Lafayette, Indiana, and Carol (Helmu t) Welker of Pickerington, Ohio; six grandchildren, Elaine (Lewis) Cash a nd Chris Lewis, Daniel and Sara Weiser, and Gretchen and Karli Welker, o ne great grand-daughter, Katie Cash, and several nieces and nephews. She w as preceded in death by her parents, husband of 36 years, George H. Seele nbinder in 1980, two sisters and one brother. A gathering of family and fr iends will be held at the LITTLETON AND RUE FUNERAL HOME, SPRINGFIEL D, 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, where funeral services will be held Wednesda y, at 11:00 a.m. Burial will be in Ferncliff Cemetery. Memorial contribut ions may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church, 27 N. Wittenberg Avenue, S pringfield, Ohio 45504 or the American Lung Association, West Central Oh io Branch, 113 E. Church Street, Urbana, Ohio 43078.

[XI23304] 35832 «tab»SEELENBINDER «tab»MARY «tab»C. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»BUFORD, OH «tab»11/28/1999 «tab»12/01/1999 «tab»32 «tab»Lot 540 «tab»SubLot 1 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 2

[DI23305] name: «tab»David S Hopkins
titles & terms: «tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»04 Dec 1931
event place: «tab»Clay, Highland, Ohio
residence: «tab»
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Male
death age: «tab»65y 4m 5d
marital status: «tab»Married
race: «tab»White
occupation: «tab»Farmer
birth date: «tab»30 Aug 1866
birthplace: «tab»Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1866
burial date: «tab»07 Dec 1931
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»Buford
father: «tab»Philip Hopkins
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»Penn.
mother: «tab»Birtha Sirearnger
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»Penn.
spouse: «tab»Anna Hopkins
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»
reference number: «tab»fn 72519
film number: «tab»1992479
digital folder number: «tab»4000607
image number: «tab»2793
Citing this Record

"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X6MM-LD3 : accessed 01 Oct 2012), David S Hopkins, 1931; citing reference fn 72519, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

[DI23306] name: «tab»Anna Elizabeth Hopkins
titles & terms: «tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»18 Apr 1948
event place: «tab»
residence: «tab»
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Female
death age: «tab»73y3m23d
marital status: «tab»
race: «tab»White
occupation: «tab»
birth date: «tab»25 Dec 1874
birthplace: «tab»Brown Co., Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1875
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»
father: «tab»Jacob A. Pitzer
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother: «tab»Mary Olive Davis
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»
spouse: «tab»Sherman Hopkins
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»
reference number: «tab»certificate
film number: «tab»2246459
digital folder number: «tab»4109088
image number: «tab»03157
Citing this Record
"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X6VL-YH2 :
ccessed 01 Oct 2012), Anna Elizabeth Hopkins, 1948; citing reference certificate, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

[HI23320] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg220 July 29 1833 Lewis Pence g dn of George Pence 12yr, dau and minor heir of Jacob Pence, dec'd MB14-3 32 Surity William Runkle

Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg228 Mar 31, 1834 Lewis Pence g dn of George Pence 14yr, (Mar 1834) son and minor heir of Jacob Pence, dec 'd MB14-332 Surity William Runkle, Joseph Smith

[HI23321] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 Pg 169 13 Aug 1827 Lewis Pence gdn of George Pence 10 yr; Savilla P ence 5 yr heirs of Jacob Pence dec'd Surity William Runkle Book 1 pg220 July 29 1833 george Moyer gdn of Savilla Pence 10yr, dau a nd minor heir of Jacob Pence, dec'd MB14-332 Surity William Runkle

[HI23323] (Research):Champaign County Guardian bonds Book 1 pg258 Aug 18, 1838 Elizabeth Pen ce gdn of Barbara Pence 8yr, Sarah pence 6yr, Elijah Pence 5yr, Sanders Pe nce 3yr, Margaret pence 1 yr, minor heirs of henry Pence, dec'd Surity Wil liam Runkle

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Somm on Pleas Record book 20, pg 125 filed 22 May 1844 Petition to Partition Walter E Lockard vs Elijah Pence, et al Walter claimed to hold title to 2/5a of 176 acres located in Section 8 T wp 4 Range 11 (mad River). On 3 June 1839 Walter had purchased the intere st of Barbara Pence, heir of Henry pence and on 24 December 1840 he purcha sed the interest of Sarah pence, also an heir of henry pence. Elijah Penc e, Sanders Pence and Margaret Pence held interest in the other 3/5a

[HI23324] (Research):Champaign County Guardian bonds Book 1 pg258 Aug 18, 1838 Elizabeth Pen ce gdn of Barbara Pence 8yr, Sarah pence 6yr, Elijah Pence 5yr, Sanders Pe nce 3yr, Margaret pence 1 yr, minor heirs of henry Pence, dec'd Surity Wil liam Runkle

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Somm on Pleas Record book 20, pg 125 filed 22 May 1844 Petition to Partition Walter E Lockard vs Elijah Pence, et al Walter claimed to hold title to 2/5a of 176 acres located in Section 8 T wp 4 Range 11 (mad River). On 3 June 1839 Walter had purchased the intere st of Barbara Pence, heir of Henry pence and on 24 December 1840 he purcha sed the interest of Sarah pence, also an heir of henry pence. Elijah Penc e, Sanders Pence and Margaret Pence held interest in the other 3/5a

[HI23325] (Research):Champaign County Guardian bonds Book 1 pg258 Aug 18, 1828 Elizabeth Pen ce gdn of Barbara Pence 8yr, Sarah pence 6yr, Elijah Pence 5yr, Sanders Pe nce 3yr, Margaret pence 1 yr, minor heirs of henry Pence, dec'd Surity Wil liam Runkle

Pg 293 5 April 1843 Walter E Lockard gdn of Elijah Pence c19yrs, Margar et Pence c16yr. Surities William Haller, Philander Ross, (MB-17650)

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Somm on Pleas Record book 20, pg 125 filed 22 May 1844 Petition to Partition Walter E Lockard vs Elijah Pence, et al Walter claimed to hold title to 2/5a of 176 acres located in Section 8 T wp 4 Range 11 (mad River). On 3 June 1839 Walter had purchased the intere st of Barbara Pence, heir of Henry pence and on 24 December 1840 he purcha sed the interest of Sarah pence, also an heir of henry pence. Elijah Penc e, Sanders Pence and Margaret Pence held interest in the other 3/5a

[DI23325] Aug 9, 1902Word has been received that Elijah PENCE and old and much respe cted citizen, died Friday night at his late home on the LOCARD farm, north of Tremont City. Mr Pence leaves a wife who has the sympathy of her ma ny friends here. Mr Pence was a prominent member of the M E Church at Trem ont, and the pastor, Rev MADDOX, will have charge of the services, which w ill be held at the residence, Monday forenoon. His age was near 80 year s, and he has been in poor health for some time.

[HI23326] (Research):Champaign County Guardian bonds Book 1 pg258 Aug 18, 1838 Elizabeth Pen ce gdn of Barbara Pence 8yr, Sarah pence 6yr, Elijah Pence 5yr, Sanders Pe nce 3yr, Margaret pence 1 yr, minor heirs of henry Pence, dec'd Surity Wil liam Runkle

Pg 296 13 April 1843 David Smith gdn of Sanders Pence c18y, minor he ir of Henry Pence, dec'd. Surities John Blose, Danile Blose (MB 17-733)

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Somm on Pleas Record book 20, pg 125 filed 22 May 1844 Petition to Partition Walter E Lockard vs Elijah Pence, et al Walter claimed to hold title to 2/5a of 176 acres located in Section 8 T wp 4 Range 11 (mad River). On 3 June 1839 Walter had purchased the intere st of Barbara Pence, heir of Henry pence and on 24 December 1840 he purcha sed the interest of Sarah pence, also an heir of henry pence. Elijah Penc e, Sanders Pence and Margaret Pence held interest in the other 3/5a

[HI23327] (Research):Champaign County Guardian bonds Book 1 pg258 Aug 18, 1838 Elizabeth Pen ce gdn of Barbara Pence 8yr, Sarah pence 6yr, Elijah Pence 5yr, Sanders Pe nce 3yr, Margaret pence 1 yr, minor heirs of henry Pence, dec'd Surity Wil liam Runkle

Pg 293 5 April 1843 Walter E Lockard gdn of Elijah Pence c19yrs, Margar et Pence c16yr. Surities William Haller, Philander Ross, (MB-17650)

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Somm on Pleas Record book 20, pg 125 filed 22 May 1844 Petition to Partition Walter E Lockard vs Elijah Pence, et al Walter claimed to hold title to 2/5a of 176 acres located in Section 8 T wp 4 Range 11 (mad River). On 3 June 1839 Walter had purchased the intere st of Barbara Pence, heir of Henry pence and on 24 December 1840 he purcha sed the interest of Sarah pence, also an heir of henry pence. Elijah Penc e, Sanders Pence and Margaret Pence held interest in the other 3/5a

[HI23332] (Research):Name: Wilbur M Faulkner Gender: Male Date of Death: 02 November 1974 Volume: 21878 Certificate: 081271 Autopsy: No Autopsy Marital Status: Married Place of Death: Springfield, Clark County Certifier: Physician Race: White Residence: , Clark County Age: 68 Years

Name: Wilbur Faulkner SSN: 298-07-6692 Last Residence: 45502 Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 9 Dec 1905 Died: Nov 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[HI23333] (Research):Name: Gertrud M Faulkner Gender: Female Date of Death: 30 November 1971 Volume: 20691 Certificate: 089620 Autopsy: No Autopsy Marital Status: Married Place of Death: Springfield, Clark County Certifier: Physician Race: White Residence: Springfield, Clark County Age: 65 Years

Name: Gertrude Faulkner SSN: 285-22-2810 Last Residence: 45504 Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 21 May 1906 Died: Nov 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951 )

[HI23334] (Research):Descendants info from Justin Griest RudyGR@aol.com

[HI23335] (Research):1910 Census Ohio Clark County, ED 0004 H/F 208/211 Line 52, May 9/10 1910 Forest C Griest Age: 29 married 1 year, First marriage for both, Oh, O h, Pa Truck farmer Wife Pearlie E 25 Ohio , mother of 0 children, 0 living (I assume th at is the catagory till I can look up an 1910 census sht), Oh, Oh, Oh

[HI23340] (Research):In same cemetery plotr is Emma Ballentine who died 10/5/1866 age 6 month s. This would place her DOB conflicting with brother Adam

[HI23342] (Research):Next to David in 1870 could have bee a brother. ned to check, but date co nflicts with Sister Margaret b 1814. As David named a son Martin, it soun ds likely.

BALLENTINE, Martin 55 VA Sarah 30 OH William 10 Adam 4 Eva 1

[DI23343] name: «tab»Mary Elizabeth Snyder
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»02 May 1942
event place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
residence: «tab»Springfield
street address: «tab»Route # 1
gender: «tab»Female
death age: «tab»79y 9m 1d
marital status: «tab»Married
race: «tab»White
occupation: «tab»Housewife
birth date: «tab»31 Jul 1862
birthplace: «tab»Moorefield, Clark, Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1863
burial date: «tab»05 May 1942
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»Ferncliff
father: «tab»Jacob Young
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»Va.
mother: «tab»Mellissa Hullinger
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»Ohio
spouse: «tab»George Snyder
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»
reference number: «tab»fn 27956
film number: «tab»2024003
digital folder number: «tab»4019470
image number: «tab»1234
Citing this Record "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZNC-YDT : accessed 03 Dec 2012), George Snyder in entry for Mary Elizabeth Snyder, 02 May 1942; citing Springfield, Clark, Ohio, reference fn 27956; FHL microfilm 2024003.

[XI23343] 55097 «tab»SNYDER «tab»MARY «tab»E. «tab»00/00/0000 «tab»MOOREFIELD TWP., CLA «tab»05/02/1942 «tab»05/05/1942 «tab»E «tab»Lot SNYDER «tab»SubLot 1 «tab»Row 0

[HI23345] (Research):James V. BALLENTINE, Justice of the Peace, Lawrenceville; born in Cumberla nd Co., Penn., Oct.14, 1823; is a son of William and Nancy A. (Nail) Bal-l entine, natives of Ireland, who emigrated to America in 1798 and locat ed in Pennsyl-vania, where he raised a family of thirteen children, six so ns and seven daughters, of whom four sons and two daughters still survi ve - Robert, Mathew, David, James V., Margaret and Elizabeth. In 1831, M r. Ballentine came to Ohio with his family, and, after a short stay in Mon tgomery Co., removed, in 1832, to German Township, Clark Co., where he spe nt the remainder of his life; he died Nov. 15, 1851; his wife died June 1 1, 1843. He was an industrious, hard-working man; left his native la nd to escape the oppression of the English Government; he sought and obtai ned an asylum in this "land of the free," landing here when the hand of ci vilization and enterprise had done comparatively little toward building ci ties and developing the wonderful resources of this now great and growi ng country. Our subject was brought up to farm labor, receiving a common-s chool education, with two terms of six months each attend-ance at a high s chool in Springfield. Was married, Aug.20, 1853, to Rosanna, daugh-t er of John and Sarah Dower, natives of Maryland; issue, five children; fo ur now survive-Charles F., Sarah Jane, Anna and Marion S. Mr. Ballentine f ollowed deal-ing in stock till 1855; thence gave his attention to farmin g, folio wing agricultural pur-suits till the spring of 1877, when he so ld his farm and bought property in Springfield, and some in Lawrencevill e, locating upon the latter, where he has since resided. This course he to ok that he might have better privileges to educate his children, being o ne of those believing in education and progress. His eldest son is n ow in Springfield studying for the profession of a lawyer. The youngest s on is prosecuting his studies, in preparation for some profession. Mr. Bal lentine has been a prominent man of his township, having held office a gre at portion of his life. Was Assessor seven years, and Assistant Assessor f ive years; Revenue Assessor two years; Real Estate Assessor one year, a nd Justice of the Peace nine years.

Beers Clark Co, Histry 1891

[HI23352] (Research):1900 census German Twp, Clark County, Ohio ED 3 Sht 17 Line 40 June 28, 19 00 Edward Ballentine, Head, Nov 1849 age 50 Single, Oh, Pa, Oh Occ: Saw du st Hauler. Out of work 0 months, owned home with mortgage. Able to read a nd write (Note: living alone) Line 41 was Moses Overholser Line 29-31 William Ballentine family Line 32- 34 Albert Ballentine family Line 35-39 Valentine Fleck family

[HI23357] (Research):Poss born in 1840, as she was 10 in the 1850 census

[DI23359] Name: «tab»Eva Maud Baker
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»02 Dec 1934
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»04 Dec 1868
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»German Twp., Clark Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»65 years 11 months 28 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»359 N. Western Ave.
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»04 Dec 1934
Burial Place: «tab»Ferncliff Cem.
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ferncliff Cem.
Spouse's Name: «tab»Emery Baker
Father's Name: «tab»Matthew Ballentine
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Domer
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»2022232
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001913
Image Number: «tab»3133
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 70782

[HI23360] (Research):Springfield (O.) Daily News on Tuesday, November 27, 1945 Page 14. Adam BALLENTINE, 79, of 359 N. Western av., died at 5:40 p.m. Mon day in the Gilmore Nursing Home, 721 S. Fountain av. He had been in faili ng health for the past 11 months. Born on Jan. 15, 1866, in German Townshi p, Clark County, the son of Matthew and Sarah BALLENTINE, he had resid ed in Springfield most of his life. He had worked for Willemberg, tailo rs on W. High st., for 40 years. His wife, Lottie B., died Dec. 24, 193 6. Mr. BALLENTINE was a member of St. Paul M. E. Church and the Red Star L odge, No. 205, K. of P. Survivors include a niece, with whom he resided, a nd a nephew. The body was taken to the Littleton funeral home.

[XI23360] 6002 «tab»BALLENTINE ADAM 00/00/0000 CLARK CO., O. «tab»11/26/1945 «tab»11/29/1945 «tab»N_W «tab»Lot 855 «tab»SubLot 2 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 2

[HI23361] (Research):D/o John Waggoner and nancy Fry

[HI23362] (Research):Runyon family http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/9495/ kab@bellsouth.net

[HI23366] (Research):Paris News-Dispatch on Thursday, October 24, 1940 Page 1. Mrs. Amanda F. JENKINS, 76, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at her h ome, four miles north of New Carlisle. She leaves two sons, Charles E. JEN KINS,Springfield, Route 2, and J. C. JENKINS, New Carlisle, Route 2; fo ur daughters, Mrs. William BISHOP, Springfield, Route 2; Mrs. EArl ANDERS ON of New Carlisle,Route 3; and Della JENKINS, at home; a step-daughter, M rs. Carrie DOVEL of St. Paris, Route 2; a sister, Mrs. Alice BRIGGS of Ti pp City; a brother, Marion APPLE of Troy; 27 grandchildren and 6 great-gra ndchildren. Her husband preceded her in death on Feb. 28 1939. Funeral ser vices will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. form the residence with Rev. Russe ll Dittmar in charge. Burial will be in Spring Grove cemetery near St. Par is.

Name : Amanda Florence Jenkins Death date : 23 Oct 1940 Death place : Pike Township, Clark County, Ohio Birth date : 18 Oct 1864 Birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio Age at death : 76 years 5 days Gender : Female Marital status : Widowed Race or color : Caucasian Street address : R.D. #3 Occupation : Housewife Residence : Carlisle, O. Burial date : 26 Oct 1940 Burial place : Spring Grove Cemetery name : Spouse name : Perry W. Jenkins Father name : Henry Apple Father birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio Mother name : Eliza Knull Mother birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio GSU film number : 2023883 Digital GS number : 4020874 Image number : 2345 Certificate number : fn 65067 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23367] (Research):CCGS Newsletter June 1998 Pg 66 POLL BOOK, Millerstoen Precincts, Johnson Township, Champaign County Novem ber 4, 1890 Judges: Solomon Snapp, John O Jenkins and David McMorran Clerk s: S D Corwin and G E Huntoon. Names of Electors: P W Jenkins

Name : Perry W. Jenkins Death date : 28 Feb 1939 Death place : Pike Township, Clark, Ohio Birth date : 19 Nov 1856 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio Age at death : 82 years 3 months 9 days Gender : Male Marital status : Married Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Farmer Residence : New Carlisle, O. R. D Burial date : 02 Mar 1939 Burial place : Spring Grove Cemetery name : Spouse name : Amanda Jenkins Father name : Elijah Jenkins Father titles : Father birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio Mother name : Mary J. Johnson Mother titles : Mother birth place : Champaign Co., Ohio GSU film number : 2023769 Digital GS number : 4020659 Image number : 1378 Certificate number : fn 69277 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23368] (Research):Name: CHARLES E JENKINS Gender: Male Date of Death: August 19, 1962 Volume: 16984 Certificate: 56386 Marital Status: Married Place of Death: Springfield, Clark County Race: White Residence: , Clark County Age: 63

[NI23369] Groom's Name: «tab»Jesta C Jenkins
Groom's Birth Date: «tab»27 Aug 1900
Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
Groom's Age: «tab»
Bride's Name: «tab»Gladys M Kiblinger
Bride's Birth Date: «tab»21 Oct 1904
Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Bride's Age: «tab»24
Marriage Date: «tab»07 Sep 1929
Marriage Place: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Perry W Jenkins
Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Amanda Apple
Bride's Father's Name: «tab»W S Kiblinger
Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Blanche Griest
Groom's Race: «tab»
Groom's Marital Status: «tab»Single
Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab»
Bride's Race: «tab»
Bride's Marital Status: «tab»Single
Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M86852-3
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-VR
Source Film Number: «tab»466638
Reference Number: «tab»2:3K60VHG

[DI23369] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Jesta C Jenkins
Name: «tab»Jesta C Jenkins
Birth Date: «tab»1901
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence County: «tab»Clark
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»12 Jan 1976
Hospital of Death: «tab»Mercy Medical Center
City of Death: «tab»Springfield
County of Death: «tab»Clark
Certificate: «tab»000651
Age at Death: «tab»75
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed

[DI23371] Name: «tab»Bixler
Gender: «tab»Unknown
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»04 Jul 1868
Death Place: «tab»Salem Tp, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»0
Birth Date: «tab»1868
Birthplace: «tab»Salem T.P.
Occupation: «tab»None
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»John Bixler
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Mrs Bixler
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-0
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»p 4 & 5 #70

[HI23374] (Research):1920 census names sister in law Vaughnie Pence age 15 single.

[HI23375] (Research):Name : Clara Alice Briggs Death date : 04 Dec 1944 Death place : Piqua, Miami, Ohio Birth date : 09 Dec 1862 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Champaign Co. Ohio Age at death : 81 years 11 months 25 days Gender : Female Marital status : Widowed Race or color : Caucasian Street address : 715 Cottage Ave Occupation : Housewife Residence : Piqua Miami, Ohio Burial date : 06 Dec 1944 Burial place : St. Paris, Ohio Cemetery name : Spouse name : Leewellyn Briggs Father name : Henry Apple Father titles : Father birth place : Champaign Co. Ohio Mother name : Eliza Knull Mother titles : Mother birth place : Champaign Co. Ohio GSU film number : 2032412 Digital GS number : 4020616 Image number : 530 Certificate number : fn 75968 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI23375] Sec 1 Lot77

[HI23380] (Research):CCGS, Book III, August 2002 by Dorothy Shaffer, Champaign Co, Ohio St Par is Newspaper Abstracts Jan 1900-1916. pg 88 July 30 1908 The death of M rs Sarah C (Kate) Houghton occurred on Sunday at the home of her sister M rs David Kessler, about seven miles northwest of St paris. She was an o ld resident of Concord Twp and one of the best known women in that localit y. Her death was due to consumption. She was about 65 years of age and sur vived only by a sister and a brothe William J Abbott. The funeral took pla ce at Millerstown Baptist Church. Surial was at Springgrove Cemetery

KESSLER, Margare Death date: 11/21/1935, Butler County
Volume #7960, Certificate #64432 (Not known if she died in Butl er Co but does not appear in the Champ Co, Death Index)

[XI23381] unable to read any part of the marker June 2010

[HI23382] (Research):pg 327 31 May 1846 Samuel Bowersock gdn of James McAlexander 15yr; Charlot te McAlexander 13 yr minor heirs of John McAlexander, dec'd. Surities Jo hn D Carey, David Cory

[HI23384] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship Vol 1 pg 321 31 mar 1846 Jane McAlexander g dn of John McAlexander minor heir of John McAlexander dec'd. Surities Harv ey Ritter, William McCroskey

Champaign Co, Guardianship Book II Pg 54 Aug 14, 1858 James McAlexander gdn of John B McAlexander 15 yrs 16 Dec 1858; heir of Jo hn McAlexander, dec'd. Surities Jesse Ritter, Howell Newcomb

pg 370 Oct 24, 1849 Samuel Bowersock gdn of John B McAlexander 5yr minor h eir of John McAlexander, dec'd. Surities David Cory, John Hair

[HI23385] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 217 says na me is Charlotte Hall

[HI23387] (Research):Public Records of Champaign County, Ohio, Chancery Records of the Cou rt of Common Pleas, Volume 2, by Pat Stickley and Denise Kay Moore, unpub lished PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO

CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

Record Book 24, Page 302- Filed 24 July 1850- Petition to Sell Bartholom ew Gardner, Guardian vs William Crim et al Bartholomew Gardner, of Logan County, Illnois, was the guardian of Loui sa Jane Crim, daughter and heir of Samuel Crim, deceased, also of Logan Co unty. Louisa was an heir of her grandfather, Daniel Crim. When Daniel Cr im died he owned 172 acres of land in Section 16 of Concord Township, Cham paign County. The heirs in common were: William Crim; Charles Crim; Elizab eth Crim Stevens; Sarah Crim, wife of Shepherd Newcomb; Margaret Crim; Sam uel Stevens (child & heir of Barbara Ann Crim, late wife of Thomas H. Stev ens); Mary Ellen Crim, wife of Stacey English and Catharine Crim. wi fe of Talman Harbour.

Record Book 24, Page 310 - Filed 17 September 1851 - Petition for Dower Mary Crim vs Joseph Neer et al When Daniel Crim's estate was divided (Recrod Book 24, Page 302), a dow er portion was not set aside for Mary Crim, his widow.

1840 Concord Township Daniel Crim 1 male 10-15 1 male 20-30 1 male 50-60 3 females 10-15 2 females 15-20 1 female 40-50

Daniel apparently died intestate as his estate is listed in Minute Book 2 0, Page 257 - A court record has not appeared thus far.

Researcher- Doris L. Baird, 655 East Carpenter Drive, Palatine, IL 6006 7, 4 April 1986

[HI23388] (Research):1850 Champaign Co, OH Census 15 145 146 Crin Mary 62 F 3 ,000 VA 16 145 146 Crin William 31 M farm er VA 17 145 146 Crin Margury 19 F VA 18 145 146 Crin Charles 20 M Farm er VA

[HI23391] (Research):1840 Champaign, Concord, OH Jacob Stevens 1 male 20-30 1 female 20-30

is this Jacob Stevens Concord Cemetery d 2/17/1873 56/3/1

[HI23393] (Research):1850 Federal Census OH - Champaign Co - Adams Twp, District 17 - M432-665 - source Page Line HH Fam Last First Age S C Occupation Value BP Md Sc RW DD Commen ts 412A 33 197 197 Newcomb Shepherd 28 M Farmer 400 OH 412A 34 197 197 Newcomb Sarah 21 F VA

CENSUS: 1860, Adams, Champaign, OH. Page 93; household 657. Listed with wi fe and 6 children and father. 173 18 657 657 Newcomb Shepherd 35 M Farmer 2500 280 OH 173 19 657 657 Newcomb Sarah A 33 F VA 173 20 657 657 Newcomb Talman 9 M OH X 173 21 657 657 Newcomb Daniel 8 M OH X 173 22 657 657 Newcomb Joseph 6 M OH X 173 23 657 657 Newcomb Albert 4 M OH X 173 24 657 657 Newcomb Samuel 3 M OH 173 25 657 657 Newcomb Mary J 3m M OH 173 26 657 657 Newcomb Joseph 74 M No Occupation NJ 173 27 657 657 Stevens Elizabeth 21 F School Mistress OH

Mr. Newcomb, farmer, removed from the old homestead at Rosewood, O., to Ca lifornia in the fall of 1870; records of deeds show sale of his farm 6 Oc t. 1870. Sheppard and his brother, Howell, bought out the other heirs in t he old homestead after their father's death and resided there until the fa ll of 1870, when Sheppard sold his interest to Howell and moved to Califor nia

[DI23396] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
about Samuel Stevens
Name: «tab»Samuel Stevens
Death Date: «tab»1915
County of Death: «tab»Hillsborough
State of Death: «tab»Florida
Race: «tab»White
Gender: «tab»Male

[HI23398] (Research):Census Place:Concord, Champaign, Ohio Source:FHL Film 1254998 National Archives Film T9-0998 Page 21 3A Melissa CRIMSelfFWW46OHFa: VAMo: OH John CRIMSonMSW21OHFa: VAMo: OH Charles ESPYOtherMSW19OHOcc:Clerk In Country StoreFa: OHMo: OH George WILSONOtherMSW22OHOcc:Clerk In Country StoreFa: VAMo: OH

Chancery Record book 30 page 90 Filed 2 Jan 1861 Petition for Injuncti on to Stay Land Waste Jesse harbour vs Fleming hall and others John Hall died circa 1855 and was seized of Lot numbers 13 and 14 in Mille rstown and 106 acres located on the west side of the NE 1/4 of Sec 35 T wp 4 range 12 (Mad River). Johns heirs were; Thomas R Hall; German Hall; J ohn Hall; Fleming Hall and his wife Elizabeth hall; Elizabeth Hall, wi fe fo Samuel Bouseman; Melissa Ann Hall, wife of William Crim; heirs of Sa rah Hall, deceased: John Frederick Barger, John Milton Barger and Sarah El izabeth barger. William Marion Hall, not an heir of John Hall, was also me ntioned.

[NI23401] Name: «tab»Herschel R. Harbour
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»02 Apr 1918
Event Place: «tab»Franklin, Ohio
Age: «tab»23
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1895
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Walter M. Harbour
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Myrtle M. Reed
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Sabra C. Hathaway
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1898
Spouse's Father: «tab»D. P. Hathaway
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Nelle Headington
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»v 70 No.47936, p 266
Film Number: «tab»1854970
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4017590
Image Number: «tab»187

[HI23401] (Research):HARBOUR HERSCHE N County Name: DELAWARE Date of Death: 12/4/1928 Volume Number: 5627 Certificate Number: 73281

[DI23401] Name: «tab»Herschel Reed Harbour
Death Date: «tab»04 Dec 1928
Death Place: «tab»Delaware, Delaware, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»24 Apr 1894
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Logan Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»34 years 7 months 10 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Attorney At Law
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»06 Dec 1928
Burial Place: «tab»Quincy, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»Fairview Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»Sabra C. Harbour
Father's Name: «tab»Walter Harbour
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Myrtle Reed
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Indiana
Film Number: «tab»1991607
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022223
Image Number: «tab»1221
Certificate Number: «tab»cn 73281

[HI23404] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Sec 12 Twp 3 Range 11 ( SW 1/4) 17 Jan 1866 Quitclaim from Fred Fromme to Franklin Carlo, E 1/2 of SW 1 /4 & W 1/2 of SE 1/4 Bk 37Pg142

CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 Frederick Fromme

[HI23408] (Research):John S. Rhodes was a veteran of the War of 1812, where he served as a lieu tenant in the Champaign Co. Militia. John S. Rhodes was also was a mercha nt in Urbana, Champaign Co., Oh. from about 1817 to 1822. He was al so an Urbana township Clerk as early 1815. In 1822, after the partne rs in his general store sued his father William for nonpayment of funds wh ich was over $1000, he moved to Bellefontaine in Logan Co., OH. In Bellef ontaine, he started the county's first general store. He died in Bellefon taine at about 1824.

Source Carl Rhodes 51340 CR#35 Middlebury, IN 46540 http://www.carl.rhodes.net/ Carl@Rhodes.net

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 260

Record Book 10 pg 90 Filed Oct 2 1827 Partition William H Fyffe vs William Glenn, Nelson Rhodes, james Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes On 22 Mar 1817 William Ward converyed In-lots 6 and 7 and Out-lot 4 in Urb ana to Fyffe, Glenn and John Rhodes. John Rhodes died leaving Nelson Rhode s, James Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes as heirs, all of Logan Co and Elisha Ta bor was appointed guardian ad litem. The appraisers were Adam Mosgrove, Ed mund B Cavalier and Daniel Helmick, who divided the lots on 9 Feb 1828

[HI23409] (Research):Record Book 10 pg 90 Filed Oct 2 1827 Partition William H Fyffe vs William Glenn, Nelson Rhodes, james Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes On 22 Mar 1817 William Ward converyed In-lots 6 and 7 and Out-lot 4 in Urb ana to Fyffe, Glenn and John Rhodes. John Rhodes died leaving Nelson Rhode s, James Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes as heirs, all of Logan Co and Elisha Ta bor was appointed guardian ad litem. The appraisers were Adam Mosgrove, Ed mund B Cavalier and Daniel Helmick, who divided the lots on 9 Feb 1828

Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 216 22 April 1833 Isra el hamilton gdn of Nelson Rhodes 15yr; james Rhodes 14yrs, children and mi nor heirs of John Rhodes, dec'd. Surities Samuel Taylor and William Vance.

[HI23410] (Research):Record Book 10 pg 90 Filed Oct 2 1827 Partition William H Fyffe vs William Glenn, Nelson Rhodes, james Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes On 22 Mar 1817 William Ward converyed In-lots 6 and 7 and Out-lot 4 in Urb ana to Fyffe, Glenn and John Rhodes. John Rhodes died leaving Nelson Rhode s, James Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes as heirs, all of Logan Co and Elisha Ta bor was appointed guardian ad litem. The appraisers were Adam Mosgrove, Ed mund B Cavalier and Daniel Helmick, who divided the lots on 9 Feb 1828

[HI23412] (Research):List of youth between the ages of four and 21 years within School Di st No 5 in Urbana Twp 11-25-1832 John King - 4

1850 Census, Ohio, German twsp., Clark County, Page 30B, Dwelling 405, h as Mary living with her parents, age 22. John King 52 MD, shoemaker, Susan 44 OH, Mary 22 OH, Elizabeth 20, James 1 9, William 17, Oliver 14, Matthew 12, Lutetia 10, Thomas 8, Sarah J. 6, Ha rriet 4

[HI23415] (Research):CCGS Newsletter June 1998 Pg 67 More Commissioner's Reports Minutes from June 7 1815 to Jan 22, 1817 December16, 1816 • John Wallace sheriff entered his protest is writing against the sufficie ncy of the jail.

[HI23417] (Research):1830 Champaign Co, Jackson, OH William Largent 300001001-01001 3 males under 5 1 male 30-40 (1790-1800) 1 male 60-70 (1770-1780) 1 female 5-10 1 female 20-30

1840 Champaign Co, Jackson, OH 00120010010-2201001 1 male 10-15 2 males 15-20 1 male 40-50 1 male 70-80 2 female under 5 2 females 5-10 1 female 15-20 1 female 40-50

next door to David and John Beaty.

Champaign County Ohio Land Deed Indices by Pat Stickley and Denise Moore pg 6 Sec 4 Twp 3 R 11 Jackson Twp, SW1/4 W 1/3 11/1/1830 US to Wm Sargent (Inde x) William Largent (Patent) Cert # 1415 79.24 acres recorded 3/26/1887 Bo ok 66 pg 610 Champaign County Ohio Jackson Twp Land Deed by Pat Stickley and Denise Mo ore pg 52 Section 9 Twp 3 Range 11 Jackson Twp 5/13/1834 NE 1/4 from Clarissa Beaty to William Largent 53.75 acres record ed Bk N pg 148 5/13/1834 NE 1/4 Guradian of Samuel Beaty's heirs to William Largent NE 1 /4 Bk N pg152 Sec 21 Twp 3 Range 11 Jackson Twp NE 1/4 10/2/1833 William Largent to Jesse Colbert Bk K pg 644

Record Book 12 Pg 311 Filed April 9 1832 Petition for Partition William H and Jane Beaty vs John Beaty and Clarissa Beaty Samuel Beaty, together with his brothers, John Beaty, and WIlliam Beaty,
purchased land in the NE 1/4 of Sec 9 Twp 3 Range 11 (Jackson Twp). This land is now descended to John Beaty who holds 2/3rds as he pirchased the pa rt of William Beaty, and the heirs of Samuel Beaty: Clarissa Beaty, widow and children, William Henry Beaty and Jane Beaty. Danile Voorhies was a ppointed as the guardian ad litem. ON Sept 28 1832 the appraisers, John We st, Zachariah Putnam and John Johnson, filed their report. The south 2/3rds of the property was given to John Beaty; 17 acres off the NE corner w as given as a dower to Clarissa and 53 acres 3 quarters and 13 poles was given to the minor children.

1850 Champaign Co, Johnson, OH pg 372 Samuel Blackford 30 Jane 25, OH (dau of Clarissa, Jane Beaty, minor mentioned above) Clarissa Beaty, 45, VA

Home in 1860: Johnson, Champaign, Ohio Sam Blackford 41 Jane Blackford 35 G W Blackford 14 W H Blackford 12 M J Blackford 8 Clarissa Beatty 59

1870 Champaign Co, Johnson, OH HH243 Francis Landenburg 25 OH Mary 17 OH Samuel 11m OH Jane Blackford 43 OH Clarissa Beaty, 69 OH Infirm Cornelius Merica 17 OH

1880 Jane Blackford widow living alone. Johnson Twp pg279

Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 386 29 Mar 1847 John Bea ty gdn of Lydia Largent 14yr; Mary Largent 11yr; Clarissa Largent 9yr min or heirs of William largent dec'd. Surities David Smith, John West

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 20, Page 557- Filed 15 February 1846- Petition for Partition Noah Taylor & Wife vs John Largent et al William Largent died owning 533/4 acres and 13 poles in north-east quart er of Section 9 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Tp.) and 16 acres 93 pol es in north-west quarter of Section 9 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Tp.). W illiam's heirs were: Mary Largent, widow; Sarah wife of Noah Taylor; Jo hn Largent; Henry Largent; Rachel Ann Largent; Lydia Largent; Mary Largen t; Clarissa Ann Largent, all of Champaign County; and David Largent deceased (brothers & sisters were his heirs). Samuel v. Baldwin Esquire was appo inted guardian ad litem for John, Henry, Rachel Ann, Lydia, Mary and Clari ssa Largent. On 24 March 1847 there was an amendment filed that a child, J ames Truvilla Largent, was born after William died and had not been add ed to the original petition. Eli Allen was appointed guardian ad litem f or this child. At the sheriff's sale, William Fuson purchased the land f or $500.

Court record from Vol T. pg 572 of Champaign Co., OH) Sept 7 1847 SOURCE: Furnished by Helen Rasmuson (1962) WILLIAM LARGENT HEIRS by Sheriff to William Fuson: Whereas on the 15th day of February in the year of our Lord eighteen hundr ed and forty-six Noah TAYLOR & Sarah TAYLOR wife of said Noah TAYLOR for C hampaign County in the State of Ohio filed their certain petition in the c ourt of common please in and for said county, against John LARGENT, Hen ry LARGENT, Rachael Ann LARGENT, Lydia LARGENT, Mary LARGENT, and Claris sa Ann LARGENT, and Mary LARGENT, widow of said William LARGENT deceased d emanding partition of certain real estate hereinafter described and the as signment of the dower therein to said widow and on the twenty fourth d ay of March in the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven said petitione rs filed their amended motion prays that James Truvilla LARGENT and Eli AL LEN his guardian be made defendants to said petition and afterwards to w it on the twenty-fourth day of March said Eli ALLEN filed his answer to sa id petition thereby entering his appearance and that of his ward theret o, and whereas such proceedings were had upon said petion, amended petitio n, and answer of said Eli ALLEN as aforesaid that at the term of the Mar ch court in the year last aforesaid the Sheriff of said county was order ed to sell said real estate subject to the dower right therein of said Mary LARGENT of aforesaid, and the said sheriff having caused the sa me to be duly advertised did on the first day of May in the year last afor esaid sell said real estate subject to the dower of said widow therefore a ssigned and set apart to hers at public auction to William FUSON for the s um of five hundred dollars which sale was afterwards, at the June te rm of said court in the year eighteen hundred and forty-seve approved a nd confirmed and the sheriff ordered to execute and deliver a deed in f ee simple to said purchaser for said estate, all of which will more ful ly appear reference being had to the records of the court. Now therefore, I, John WEST Sheriff aforesaid in consideration of the said sum of fi ve hundred dollars and by virtue of the powers in me invested by law a nd by the said order of said court, do by these present grant bargain ali en and do convey unto the said William FUSON and unto his heirs and assig ns forever, the said real estate so sold as aforesaid, and which said re al estate lying and being in the county of Champaign, and being part of t he northeast quarter of secton number nine town three and range eleven,bet ween the Miami Rivers is bounded and described as follows: Beginning at t he northeast corner of said quarter section, thence along a line nor th to the northwest corner thereof: thence south one-half degree west, fif ty three and half poles, thence south eighty nine and one-half degrees we st one hundred and sixtypoles to the east line of said quarter section; th ence on line east fifty-four poles to the place of beginning containing fi fty-three acres, three quarters, and thirteen poles, more or lesss. Also t he following tract of land, to wit: sixteen acres and ninety three pol es in the northwest quarter of section number nine town three and range el even M.R.S. Beginning at the southwest corner of a lot of land laid off in said quarter to the heirs of Samuel BEATTY deceased, thence south si xteen and two thirds poles; thence east line of said quarter section, then ce north sixteen and two-thirds poles to the south line of the land laid o ff to the said heirs of Samuel BEATTY; thence west with said line to the b eginning with all and singular appurtenances. To have and to hold the sa id peemises to him the said William FUSON and to his heirs and assigns for ever. In testimony thereof I have set my hand and seal as sheriff aforesaid, th is second day of July A.D. 1847 John WEST Sheriff, C.C.O. Executed and delivered in our presence: N. RHODES, Mrs. W. WEARER The state of Ohio, Champaign Co.,S.S. Be it remembered that on this 7th day of September A.D. 1847; befo re me of the Justice of the peace within and for the said county aforesa id personally came John WEST and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the foregoing instrument to be his free and voluntary act and deed as Sheri ff of said Champaign County Mrs. C. KELLER Justice of the Peace

Is William the sons of james who is found in the 1830 Champaign Co, Harriosn living alone age 70-80? Possible wife of William buried in Hills Cemetery died 2/14/1843 41-9-12 ( Elizabeth, w/o William)

From Carl Rhodes web site: Disclaimer: In the Largent book by Joanne Eustice, she says: "Eli -- proba bly the son of William Largent and Nancy Rhodes -----" Then adds that there was a William Largent living in the same household as Eli and Sarah in the 1850 census, but it is not proven that this William was the father of Eli.

1850 Miami Co, Richland IN hh439 Alfred Hall, 22, VA Rachel, 19 OH Joseph 1 OH Clarissa 14, OH

HH437 Felix LANDIS 53 VA Elizabeth 57 VA Susannah 16 OH Elizabeth 18 OH Isaac 14 OH Daniel, 11 OH David 7 OH HH438 Jacob Landis 22OH Sarah 19 OH

William Largent named in his will and also in the guardianship dau Rachel and Sarah. Could this Sarah, wife of Jacob be Sarah Largent? Can this Rachel, wife of Alfred Hall be married to Rachel Largent and th ey moved to Indiana around 1849, because a child is age one born in Ohio.

[HI23418] (Research):Moved 1860 MN and Oregon Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 260

[HI23420] (Research):Researcher- Carl Rhodes carl@rhodesfamily.org

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COU RT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 11, Page 71 Filed 22 August 1828 James Dallas, Administrator of William Rhodes Vs Susan Rhodes, widow Previous to the filing of this suit a judgement of $1600 had been grant ed against William Rhodes, Joseph Pence, John Fitzpatrick, and James Paxto n, as endorsers of John Frizzle and Randall Largent, in the favor of Willi am Fisher and William Ward. Therefore, $400 may be liable against Willi am Rhodes' estate. William died owning 140 1/3 acres of the north-east qu arter of Section 32 Township 5 Range 11 (Urbana Tp.); all of the quarter e xcept for 20 acres which had been sold previously to Joseph Clevinger. T he heirs of William Rhodes were: Susan Rhodes, widow; Sanford Rhodes and W illiam Rhodes, who did not live in Ohio; James Rhodes deceased left the fo llowing heirs: Samuel Rhodes, John Rhodes and James Rhodes, along with min ors who did not live in Ohio and Israel Hamilton was appointed guardi an ad litem; Isaac Rhodes who did not live in Ohio; Joseph H. Rhodes; Nanc y, wife of W. Largent; Polly,wife of John Wallace; Elizabeth Rhodes; Susa n, wife of John King; and the heirs of John Rhodes deceased of Logan Count y, Ohio: Nelson Rhodes, James Rhodes and Minerva Rhodes (John H. James w as appointed guardian ad litem for John's heirs). The court appointed app raisers, William H. Fyffe, William Glenn and Lewis Long, valued the esta te on 3 October 1829 at $5.50 an acre, subject to the dower of 32 acres wi th the house and another 8 acres (total 40 acres). The appraisal was swo rn before Matthew Magrew, Mayor of Urbana. On 22 December 1829 Hugh McDon ald purchased the land for $812.68 3/4.

Served in the Revolutionary War serving over 7 years

THE OHIOAN, Urbana, OH, Thursday, August, 25 1825: On morning of the 22d inst. after a lingering illness, WILLIAM RHODESin t he 86th year of age; leaving a wife and a large number of relations and fr iends to lament his loss. Mr. RHODES was a soldier of the Virginia li ne on the Continental establishment-through the whole of the Revolutiona ry War. He was a man, in early life, of uncommon athletic powers; and in t he course of his services if my memory serves me. (having received the fac ts from himself,) he received five severe wounds; by which he was so far d isabled, that, for the last 8 or 10 years, he received small pettance fr om the bounty of his country, which served to smoothe his declining year s. His remains were intered in this place on the 23d, with military honor s, by Capt. Ambrozene's company of volunteers, in the presence of a lar ge concourse of citizens and strangers.

The following next address was spoken by Gen. Vance, at the time of the in terment of Mr. Rhode's body.

--Fellow citizens, and brother soldiers--

You have this day been called upon to pay the last tribute of respe ct to a departed solder of the Revolutionary Army: one who had not mere ly the honor of having his name enrolled amongst that band of patriots a nd worthis, but one whose blood crimsoned the snows of Trenton, the fiel ds of Princeton, and the battlements of Stony Point. Venerable man! Why di dst thou not pay the debt of nature on the walls of York-Town, where the m easure of thy glory was complete, and whence thy name would have have bee n, by faithful history handed down in posterity, as one of the martyrs who se lives were offered us for the liberties of their country! Yes, there th ou wouldst have had the sympathetic tear of your beloved commander, the Fa ther of his country, to have smoothed thy passage to the Eternal World! B ut why compain? Are not thy service deeply engraven on the hearts of poste rity? And notwithstanding thy mortal remains shall inhabit the cold confin es of that vaulted clay, yet thy name shall live in the hearts of thy coun trymen, a mausoleum that will be more lasting than monumental brass. Und er our present feeling, must we not with the poet exclaim.--

In death's terrific, icy arms, Lo! the illustrious soldier lies; He's free from care and war's alarms, Nor sees our tears nor hears our sighs.

Cold is the heart where valor reign'd; Mute the tonge [tongue] that joy inspir'd; Still the arm that conquest gain'd, And dim the eye that glory fir'd.

Too mean for him a world like this. He's landed on that happy shore Where all the saints partake of bliss, And heroes meet to part no more.

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 260

From the website of Carl Rhodes http://wm.rhodesfamily.org/d1.htm William Rhodes, the man, who was he? What is known about him comes from h is military, pension, obituary, and other related papers. William was bo rn in 1745, probably in Virginia. Little to nothing is known about his ear ly life, but it was said he had an extraordinary athletic ability in his y outh and through his military life in the Revolution. On September 1st , 1 775 at Alexandria, Virginia he enlisted as a private soldier in the 2nd Vi rginia Regiment. September 1779, he was promoted to Corporal. He foug ht in many of the major battles of the American Revolution, along wi th an untold number of skirmishes. The battlefields ranged from north to N ew York, and as far south as Georgia. During Williams’s tour of duty he w as wounded many times in battle, five times severely. William Rhodes was d ischarged in Richmond, Virginia, about July 3, 1783 after nearly eight yea rs of loyal service to his country. Read more about William Rhodes duri ng the American Revolutionary War. A month after his discharge William w as issued a land bounty warrant from the state Virginia which entitled h im to four hundred sixteen & two-thirds acres of land in Kentucky. Abo ut a year later William would assigned his claim to bounty land to a Jo hn Foreman of Hampshire County Virginia.

William Rhodes married Susannah ________ not a long after the war. Susann ah was born between 1766 and 1770. They lived in Pennsylvania for a tim e, William and Susannah where living in Mason Co., Kentucky by 1790. Willi am, Susannah, and their family may have moved to Ohio in about 1800. On De cember 31, 1804, while William was living in Greene Co. Ohio, he made h is first payment on 160-acre plot of land just south of present day Urban a, Ohio. In the year 1816 William received a pension for the wounds he rec eived during the Revolution; this was in arrears dating back to 1814, wh en he possibly applied for the pension. In 1823 William received 100 acr es of land from the US government for his service during the Revolution. W illiam Rhodes died August 22, 1825 in Urbana Ohio, and was buried on the 2 2rd of August with full military honors.William’s Virginia State Land Boun ty Warrant. Also see his Congressional Land Warrant of 1822,signatur es of William Rhodes, and some Revolutionary War pension transcripts of Wi lliam. Read the obituary of William Rhodes. Susannah died after 20 Oct 1 831.

The Ohioan, Urbana Thursday Aug 25 1825 On the morning of the 22nd inst, after a lingering illness, William Rhode s, in the 86th year of his age; leaving a wife and a large number of relat ions and friends to lament his loss. Mr Rhodes was a soldier of the Virgin ia line on the Continental Establishment through the whole of the Rev Wa r. In his early life, of uncommon athletic powers and in the course of h is services, if my memory serves me (having received the facts from himsel f), he received five severe wounds, by which he was so far disabled that f or the last eight or ten years he received a small pittance from the boun ty of his country which served to smooth his declining years. His remai ns were interred in thos place on the 23rd with military honors, by Capt A mbrozene's company of volunteers, in the presence of a large concour se of citizens and strangers.

[HI23426] (Research):Will book C pg 446 probated 11/21/1865 Wife Mary Ann; ch Elizabeth Valentine, John Rhodes, Susan M Rhodes and Sar ah A Williamson. Wit Henry Rhodes, Sarah Read verbal will 11/7/1865

[HI23428] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO

CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

Record Book 11, Page 436 - Filed I October 1830 John Sprague Vs Mary L. Fudger et al George B. Holt, president, James Smith, William Runkle and Obed Horr, asso ciate judges. Edward Fudger died five to six years ago in Madison Count y, Ohio. Before 1817 he purchased 105 acres located in Champaign County f rom Military Survey Numbers 5408 and 5485 (Goshen Tp.); Military Warrant N umber 5941, from Joseph Russell of Franklin County, Ohio. Joseph and An na Russell deeded the land to Fudger on 10 September 1817 and the deed w as recorded on 5 October 1817. On 9 February 1820 Edward Fudger kept 3 /4 of the land but gave a title bond for 1/4 of the north-west part (2o- ,. acres) to John Sprague. Sprague needs a clear deed from the heirs: Ma ry L. Fudger, widow; Hannah wife of Augustus Luppum; Sarah Fudger; and t he minors of Madison County: Charles Fudger; Peter M. Fudger; Susan Fudge r; Clarissa Fudger and Ansulah/Absala Fudger. Jonathan E. Chaplin was app ointed guardian ad litem.


Record Book 11, Page 440 - Filed 9 November 1830 Adam Kite Vs John Norman et al In 1814 Adam Kite purchased from John Norman, now of Indiana, three acr es located in the south-west corner of north-west quarter of Section 30 To wnship 4 Range 11 (Mad River Tp.). Kite received a clear deed, however, t he deed was not recorded and was lost within six months. Kite requested a nother deed from Norman but did not receive one. Adam occupied the land u ntil 1828 and made improvements. Two years after Kite lost the deed Norm an sold the land to Henry and Christiana Bodey of Champaign County, w ho in turn, sold the land to George Zimmerman, who in his time forced Ki te off of the land. Kite proved that he had paid the taxes on the land ev ery year since 1814. On 13 March 1831 William Bodey answered that in 18 21 his brother, Lewis Bodey, and his sister, Christiana Bodey, now wi fe of Martin Comer of Indiana, purchased about 124 acres from Norman whi ch was intended to consist of 121 acres in north-west quarter Section 30 a nd 2 acres 70 poles in Section 31 Township 4 Range 12. William was not mu ch over 16 years at the time but he understood that i@te held 3 acres in t he north-west quarter. Later, while William Bodey was still under 21 yea rs he sold his interest in the land to Zimmerman, however, as William w as not able to read did not know that the deed included Kite's land. O ne Henry Bodey also swears to the statement on 7 February 1831. John Norm an states that he received a grant by patent in 1813 for the north e nd of the west half of Section 30 Township 4 Range 11; 124.36 acres. Norm an purchased about 20 acres in an adjoining tract for water power for $240 .00 and agreed to sell Kite 3 acres of the north end of the west half of S ection 30 and gave him a deed but never received the $36.00 for the lan d. Norman stated that Kite never informed him that he lost the deed unt il after Norman sold the land to Bodey. About 1820 Norman bargained wi th Lewis Bodey, guardian of Henry and Christiana Bodey, for 121 acres a nd 2 acres 70 poles, but there had to be separate deeds for each trac t. He believes it was totally unknown to all that the deed to Bodey contai ned Kite's land until Zimmerman purchased it. However, Zimmerman did kn ow of Kite's claims but refused to settle for the land except for $100 f or the three acres. On 8 April 1831 the court decreed that Zimmerman pay $ 15 in full for the three acres to Kite and that he also pay $5 to Kite f or the cost of the suit.

[HI23429] (Research):Sept 26, 1878 Itemes From the West End, Concord Township by Specs Jr
Mrs Mary Crim, widow of the late Daniel Crim was buried on Tuesday last. Her maiden name was Barger and she was born in Loudoun County, VA and came to this county in 1834. Her age was about 92 years.

[HI23430] (Research):Possible parents George Botkin, a son of Charles and Jemima (Curl) Botkin, was born in Hamp shire County, VA April 11, 1783 and died in Logan or Dewitt County, IL Aug ust 15, 1866. He married Sarah Hester in Clinton County, Ohio October 2 4, 1807. Sarah, a daughter of Abraham and Betsey (Bell) Hester, was born i n VA September 11, 1788 and died in Clark County, OH April 13, 1831. Geo rge's second wife was Mrs. Sarah Turk m. Clark Co. OH 22 Nov 1832 (Geor ge bought land from Thomas Turk in 1816 in Clark Co. OH) this Anna Crim b 5/14/1815 may have married Bartholomew Gardner and go ne to Dallas Co, IA by 1880

[HI23432] (Research):Can this be Williams family? 1870 Champaign Co, Johnson, OHpg 288 Abram Smith age 70 VA William 32 VA Ellen 24 VA Elmer 8 OH Cory 4 OH Ann 1 OH

CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 Wm Smith .20

[HI23437] (Research):CCGS Newsletter June 1998 Pg 60 1905 CHAMPAIGN CoUNTY CENTENNIAL Relics and Curios Under the direction of this committee the relics and curios were sho wn at the Central Ward School building. This was one of the interesting fe atures of the Centennial celebration. The following are the exhibitors a nd list of relics and curios displayed: Mrs. G. berry: coffee mill, dough tray.

[HI23438] (Research):Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Champaign Co OH Newspaper Abstracts, B ook II- 1878-1900, (September 6, 1878 to 1900). 3/18/1898 pg 196 Tully Ward, of Tremont City, now in Lutcher, LA, was md there to a love ly young lady.

[HI23439] (Research):Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 177-178 April 9, 1862 Druscilla Clark, gdn of William Bowers 19yr 11 Mar 1862; John Bowers 14 y rs 15 Sept 1861; heirs of Lorenzo Dow Bowers, dec'd. Surities Erastus Mar tz & Samuel Halterman

[HI23440] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardian records 2/17/1855 pg 523 David Beaver, gdn of Ma ry Frances Beaver 3yr, Debby Ann Beaver, minor heirs of Henry Beaver, dece ased. Surities Samuel Shidaker, Samuel Bowersock

Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 180-181- May 6, 1862 Jason Mahan gdn of Mary Frances Beaver 10 yr 26 Feb 1862; Deborah Ann Beav er 8y 22 Oct 1861; heirs of Henry J Beaver, dec'd. Surities A P Mahan, Mi les Mahan, S B Mahan & Christopher Grymes

Record book 33 pg 484 Filed Saturday 27 Feb 1875 Case 11130 Partition Jason Mahan vs Deborah Ann Beaver & others Division of estate of David Beaver deceased who died owning Section 29 T wp 3 Range 12 (Adams Twp). Jason Mahon received 11/14 thereof; and Rose El lis Martz, Jeanetta McAlexander and Deborah Ann Beaver each received 1/ 14 thereof. George M Eichelberger served as guardian ad litem for the gir ls who were all minors

1860 Champaign Co, Johnson, OH pg 232 Miles Mahan 23 PA Rosannah Beaver 32 PA Sarah C Mahan 19 PA Mary F Beaver 8 PA Deborah A Mahan 6 PA

[DI23440] Name: Deborah A. Robinson
Death date: 21 Jan 1929
Death place: Van Buren Twp., Montgomery, Ohio
Birth date: 22 Oct 1853
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Near Kerrysville, Ohio
Age at death: 75 years 3 months
Gender: Female
Marital status: Divorced
Race or color: American
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence: St. Paris, Ohio
Burial date: 23 Jan 1929
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Rosedale
Spouse name:
Father name:
Father titles:
Father birth place: Pennsylvania
Mother name: Rosamond D. Mohand
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Pennsylvania
GSU film number: 1991723
Digital GS number: 4022231
Image number: 1800
Reference number: fn 8195
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI23442] No death date on stone

[HI23443] (Research):Funeral Home records pg 61 says husband of Caroline Browing

CCGS Newsletter June 1998 Pg 66 POLL BOOK, Millerstown Precincts, Johnson Township, Champaign County Novem ber 4, 1890 Judges: Solomon Snapp, John O Jenkins and David McMorran Clerk s: S D Corwin and G E Huntoon. Names of Electors: Jason Browning

[HI23447] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 4/24/1830 Received- excl 2/22/1840

[HI23448] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 4/24/1830 Received- Briant Moody excl 4/27/1839 Received 2/20/1836 - wdn 8/26/1838

[HI23451] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 184

[HI23455] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 12 Township 3 Range 11 19 Jan 1835 Heirs of Moses Maggert (Adam and Sarah Maggert); Samuel and Ba rbary Maggert; Joel and Sarah Maggert; James and Elizabeth Flowers) to Dav id maggert, 78 acres N 1/2 - BkL Pg533

Record Book 21 pg 285 Filed 2 Jan 1845 Trespass Samuel Batdorf, Jonathan Riegel & George Walborn, Trustees of the Salem C hurch in Johnson Twp, Champaign County vs John Hoffman, Joel Maggert, Abraham maggert The 3 men were charged with "breaking down doors and windows of the meeti ng house" which was used in common by the Lutheran Church and the German R eform Church. John Pence was the regualr minister. The men pleaded not gui lty. On 2 April 1846 the case was dismissed at the costs of the plaintiffs .

[HI23460] (Research):Poss Mary C Colwell in Oak Dale Cem 1828-12/25/1894
News article 1886-1894 pg 231 Mrs Mary Colwell died Springfield 12/25/1894

[HI23461] (Research):Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas

Record Book 11 pg 326 Filed Dec 22 1829 Tresspass Adam Maggert vs Lewis Hanback Adam was suing Lewis Hanback for slander because anback said Maggert was g uilty of larceny. Asked for $1000 damages

Record book 16 Page 452 Field 15 october 1840-Petition to Partition Charles Kizer vs Heirs of Lewis Hanback Lewis Hanback died six to eight years ago and was seized of 160 acres loca ted in the northeast quarter of section 14 twp 3 range 12 (Johnson Tw p) At the time of the suit, Lewis' widow was deceased and the following he irs were listed: Elizabeth deceased wife of John Lung left Sampson Lung, M ahala Lung and Smanath Lung; mary hanback, wife of Joseph Hoak; David hanb ack and Hannah Hanback, wife of Charles Kizer. The court appointed apprais ers George O Shroufe, William Riker and James Buckles, made their repo rt on 6 April 1841.


Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 161

[HI23462] (Research):Record Book 13, Page 147 Filed 27 April 1833-Petition for dower Barbara Hanback vs heirs of Lewis Hanback Lewis Hanback died about 28 Sept 1830 seized of land in the northeast quar ter of section 4 twp 3 range 12 (Johnson twp) He left the following heir s; Barbara Hanback, widow; Elizabeth, wife of John Long; Mary, wife of Jos eph Hoke; David Hanback who was 20 years in March 1833; and Hannah Hanba ck who was 14 years in June of 1832. Frederick Ambrose was appointed guard ian ad litem. The court appraisers:David Pence, Joseph Kizer, John Mille r, along with John Arrowsmith Surveyor, set aside 52 ½ acres from the nort heast corner for the dower on 23 Aug 1838.

d/o John Naumann and Christina Stoneberger

[HI23463] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 162

[HI23464] (Research):1 son and three daughters by first wife

CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 J R Long .04Is this John Long in the 1870 Champaign Co, Jackson, OH Cen su spg 288 John Long age 63 VA mary 47 VA John 23 OH Aaron 21 IN

he his right next door to son Allen

[HI23465] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 162

[HI23466] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Supreme Court Record, Volume 4, Page 253, 26 June 1832- Filed 1 June 18 30 - Petition for Divorce David Maggert vs Leanna Maggert David's petition was written 22 May 1830 and handled by Daniel S. Bell, so licitor. In 1824 David married Leanna Maggert and lived together about t wo weeks in Champaign County before she left. He charges adultery and mo re than three years willful absence. He named co-defendants, Joseph Hoak a nd Jacob Protsman, in the adultery suit. On 30 May 1832 David filed an amm ended petition which was written on 26 May 1832; charging that his wife h ad been living with Jacob Protsman in Johnson Township for three years.

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( NW 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) 04 Mar 1834 David Maggert to Joseph Hoak, W 1/2 BkM Pg614 10 Sep 1836 Joseph Hoak to Lewis Hume, 10 acres in W 1/2 BkN Pg386 23 Dec 1837 Joseph Hoak to Ephraim Clem, 40 acres on south end of W 1/2 ex cept 10 acres Bk O Pg113 31 Mar 1838 Josep Hoak ro Mary Eversole, 30 acres on north end of W 1/2 B kP Pg159

[HI23467] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2 months minor heirs of J ohn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

Researcher Cavenaugh@aol.com

Rhonna Smith rhonna@adelphia.net

They lived in Sullivan County, TN for a while and then moved Westville abo ut 1808 and later to Mad River Township, Champaign County OH.

CCGS Newsletter Jun 1998 pg 64 REMINISCENCES OF FROM J. H. JAMESJAMES TAYLOR COLLECTION February 1, 1937 In 1808 the road (1) was first built across the prairie leading to Urban a. Each neighbor took a few rods to build of logs, cor4uroy. The first bri dge was built across Spring Creek (2) the same year. John Taylor, one of t he pioneers of this county, was born in Botetourt Co., VA. His wife was bo rn in Shenandoah Co., VA. They were married and had three children in Virg inia, Joseph, John and Polly. Migrated to Sullivan County, TN in the fa ll of 1795. He lived there nine years, moving to Champaign County, Oh io in 1807. Barbara, James, Benjamin (3) and Sarah were born in Tennesse e. Lemuel and Lydia in Ohio: James Taylor was born in 1803 in Sullivan Cou nty, TN on Holstein River about 10 miles from Jonesboro. John Taylor and M r. Tiffin, the governor’s brother, came to this.state to see the count ry in the year 1806. In the fall of 1807 the family moved to Champaign Cou nty, Ohio. Stopping at Joseph Pence’s south of Urbana and then crossing t he prairie and wintering the first winter on the Magrew place west of Spri ng Creek. In the year 1808 the family moved on the place on Nettle Creek w here the family resided afterwards When the family first moved to this pla ce there was only a small cabin about 12 x 14 and a small lot cleared. T he first summer they erected a hewed log house. The wolves were very plent ifull at this time. They came and stole the family linen from the po le on which it was hung to dry. They also carried off several pewter plat es and dishes which had inadvertently been left lying at the spring. Th ey were afterwards found buried above the spring after the ground was clea red and brought into cultivation. The wolves would howl on the hill ba ck of the house night after night which was taken as evidence there we re no Indians around. The settlers generally believed this to be a sign. Among the neighbors at this time were Peter Smith, Christian Stevens, Thom as Kenton, Ezekie Arrowsmith, John Norman, Christian Norman, Adam Kite, He nry Pence, John and Frederick Steinberger Aehory Berry, Wm. Owens,. Hen ry Bacome and Silas Johnson. John Norman ran the first mill that was on Ne ttle Creek. It was in operation when the family moved to the neighborho od (1808). There was a block house at John Pence’s (4) about one mile sou th of where Westville now stands.

(10 Westville to Urbana (2) Anderson Creek (3) Father of Simeon, who was father of Mrs Floyd Garrett (4) North End of Nettle Creek Cemetery

[DI23467] died on Brightberry Wiant Farm Age 60

[HI23474] (Research):Researcher-Jane Losey jmlosey@sbcglobal.net

[HI23475] (Research):Some information on descendants provided by rhonna@adelphia.net

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( SW 1/4) 03 Apr 1850 James Huffman to Lemuel Taylor, undivided half of 48.79 acr es BkV Pg450 23 July 1850 Plat of Taylor and Huffman addition to St Paris Bk V Pg386

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There are several books f or lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions are represented by th is transcription) Lot# 1 16 May 1843 Quitclaim from David Loudenback to Lemuel Taylor enti re lot Bk T Pg439 Lot # 1 20 Aug 1846 Lemuel Taylor to Levi Brown, entire lot BkT Pg440 Lot #1 18 Aug 1846 Quitclaim from John Lyon to Lemuel Taylor, entire lot B kTPg439 Lot # ? 18 Feb 1851 Quitclaim from Lemuel Taylor to James Huffman, 10.76 a cres, part of St paris Bk W Pg220 Lot # ? 18 Feb 1851 Quitclaim from James Huffman to Lemuel Taylor, 9.3 acr es and 10.76 acres, part of St Paris BkWpg237 Lot # ? 08 Apr 1851 Lemuel Taylor to Jacob Batdorf, 5 ac in NW corner B kW pg399 Lot # 46 04 Jun 1851 Lemuel Taylor et al to Eli Runkle, entire lot in Tay lor & Huffman addition to St paris, Bk X Pg120 Lot# ? 02 Feb 1852 Lemuel Taylor to Martha Frank, 10.76 ac Bk X pg285 Lot ? 28 Jun 1852 Lemuel Taylor to James Taylor, 4.03 acres Bk X Pg104

[HI23476] (Research):Dau Martha birth record names mother Elizabeth Jane Taylor

[DI23476] Name: Sarah Jennie Barger
Death date: 24 Dec 1911
Death place: Saint Paris, Champaign Co, Ohio
Birth date: 17 Apr 1852
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Ohio
Age at death: 59 years 8 months 7 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Housewife
Residence:
Burial date: 26 Dec 1911
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Evergreen Cemetery
Spouse name:
Father name: John Kaylor
Father titles:
Father birth place: Penn
Mother name: Miriam Johns
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Unknown
GSU film number: 1953134
Digital GS number: 4021172
Image number: 2681
Reference number: fn 62792
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

Unable to locate either Kaylor or Taylor in the 1860-1870 census

[XI23476] Sec 1 Lot 98 burial record only, no stone found

[HI23477] (Research):History by Beers 1881 pg 785 MILES WILSON, farmer; P. O. Spring Hills; was born in Washington Co., Penn ., April 11, 1817, and is a son of Joseph and Eleanor (Fullerton) Wilso n, both natives of Pennsylvania. He was born Feb. 24, 1792; and she some t ime in the year 1796. They came to Ohio in the fall of 1817, and settled a mid the forests of Harrison Township, Champaign Co., where he entered 1 60 acres of land, which he reduced to a state of cultivation. Indians we re numerous, but not troublesome. They were the parents of eight childre n. She died July 30, 1832. He afterward married Amanda Spencer, with wh om he had eight children. As the general history of this township will sho w, he was a prominent member of the Presbyterian Church. His decease occur red Aug. 22, 1866. Amanda departed this life Jan. 2, 1862. The subje ct of this sketch was raised to agricultural pursuits on the farm whe re he resides. At the age of 21, he left home and worked by the month on f arms at different places for about five years, when he rented a farm and b egan the business for himself. In 1838, he purchased 80 acres of land in A dams Township. This was in a wild state, but, by his indomitable energ y, he has brought it under a good state of cultivation with good improveme nts, when he disposed of it in 1867 and bought the old homestead. He has a lso made considerable improvement in various ways, but principally in buil ding a house. In 1847, April 6, he married Amanda Taylor, with whom he h ad two children-Jane V. and Joseph F.; the latter deceased. Amanda was bo rn in' 1825, and died June 27, 1850. She was a member of the Presbyteri an Church. His marriage with Elizabeth Remley was solemnized Sept. 2, 185 1. April 28, 1826, is the date of her birth. The fruits of their marria ge are four children-Sarah Bell, now Mrs. J. Calland ; James H., Solom on D. and E. N. Mr. Wilson and family are all members of the Presbyteri an Church.

From Wilson researcher-Jamie Wilson 12/2006 My grandmother had kept an old newspaper article about the three Wilson fa milies that settled in Champaigne. It's been long thought that my family ( Desc of John Wilson) was related to Miles Wilson since he had a son nam ed John and they came the same year - as well as coming from the same plac e, serving in the same outfit during the war etc. His name appears in my g randmothers hand written history, but the article from the local paper cir ca 50s said there was no definitive proof that there is any relation among st the three Wilson trees. My grandmothers notes were possibly just an ass umption. Gives me something to look into. I guess that never stops - looki ng farther and farther back.

[HI23481] (Research):In the 1850 Ohio Champaign Co. Peter Smith 27 Julianne 23 Isaac 6 Mary 2 Harrison 16

[HI23482] (Research):Record Book 13, pg 175 Filed 13 April 1833 Catherine Taylor vs Heirs of John Taylor John Taylor died about one year ago (1832) and owned land in the north ea st quarter section 29 twp 4 range 11 (Mad River) The heirs of John Tayl or by his first wife; Joseph Taylor of Indiana; John Taylor; Polly, wi fe of Malachi Berry; James Taylor; Benjamin Taylor; Sarah, wife of Willi am McCollister; Lemuel Taylor; Lydia, wife of John Kite and Barbara Smit h, deceased, who left the following children; Ann Smith, Polly Smith, Pet er and John Smith. Catherine married John Taylor in 1818 and had the follo wing children; Elizabeth Taylor, 14 years on 30 Dec, 1832; Sampson Taylo r, 8 years on Feb 22 1833; Noah Taylor, 11 years on 7 June, 1832; Samps on Taylor, 8 years on Feb 22, 1833; Malachi Taylor, 5 years on 7 March 18 33 and Julia Ann Taylor about 4 months of age. Frederick Ambrose was appoi nted guardian ad litem for the minors. The dower portion of 52 acres on t he west side of the quarter and 105 acres for the children was set o ff by the appraisers.,

Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2months minor heirs of Jo hn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

[HI23483] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2months minor heirs of Jo hn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

[HI23484] (Research):The History of Coles County, Illinois Chicago: Wm. LeBaron, Jr., & Co., 1879 Morgan Township, Coles Co., Illinois - Page 631 PETER TAYLOR, farmer, Sec. 19; P. O. Oakland; born in Champaign Co., Ohi o, April 25, 1820, where he lived until 1853; his father, JOHN TAYLOR, di ed when he was 13 years of age, and, he being the oldest son, remained wi th his mother and managed the farm until 23 years of age, at which ti me he rented land and engaged in farming until the fall of 1853, when he e migrated to Illinois with his family and located in what is now known as M organ Township; he then rented the A. B. Florer farm, where he lived for t welve years, the last few years of which he had power of attorney to trans act business in the name of A. B. Florer in his absence; he removed upon h is present place in 1865, where he has since continued to live, and whe re he owns sixty acres of land, upon which he has good farm building s. He married Jan. 12, 1843, to ELIZABETH MOODY; she was born in Ohio No v. 12, 1817; she died Dec. 18, 1860, leaving five children now living, hav ing lost three by death; the names of the living are JOHN T., OLIVER S., W ILLIAM H., EMERY M., FRANCIS B., His marriage with MARY HOUSEL was celebr ated Feb. 02, 1862; she was born in Champaign Co., Ohio, March 04, 1829; f ive children were the fruit of this union, three of which are deceased; t he names of the living are LOYAL P. and IRA D.

A LIST of able-bodied male Citizens of the Town of Morgan and County of Co les between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, taken by J.P. Coope r In pursuance of General orders No. 99, of the War Department, and instruct ions of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois Taylor, Peter, 38

Public Notices as published in the Coles County Newspapers ©2000-2006, Tra nscribed by Kimberly Torp 14 May 1863 Estate of Wm. H. Maddes Administrator- Peter Taylor

[HI23485] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 1/25/1843 Noah Taylor, diss by letter 8/22/1846

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 20, Page 557- Filed 15 February 1846- Petition for Partition N oah Taylor & Wife vs John Largent et al William Largent died owning 533/4 acres and 13 poles in north-east quart er of Section 9 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Tp.) and 16 acres 93 pol es in north-west quarter of Section 9 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Tp.). W illiam's heirs were: Mary Largent, widow; Sarah wife of Noah Taylor; Jo hn Largent; Henry Largent; Rachel Ann Largent; Lydia Largent; Mary Largen t; Clarissa Ann Largent, all of Champaign County; and David Largent deceas ed (brothers & sisters were his heirs). Samuel v. Baldwin Esquire was appo inted guardian ad litem for John, Henry, Rachel Ann, Lydia, Mary and Clari ssa Largent. On 24 March 1847 there was an amendment filed that a child, J ames Truvilla Largent, was born after William died and had not been add ed to the original petition. Eli Allen was appointed guardian ad litem f or this child. At the sheriff's sale, William Fuson purchased the land f or $500.

Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2months minor heirs of Jo hn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

[HI23486] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2months minor heirs of Jo hn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

[HI23487] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg211 11 April 1833 Catherine Tayl or gdn of Elizabeth taylor 14yr; Peter Taylor 13yr; Noah Taylor 11yr; Samp son Taylor 8yr, Malachi Taylor 5yr, Julia Taylor 2months minor heirs of Jo hn Taylor, dec'd Surities Malachi berry, Silas howard MB 14-267

[DI23487] Name: «tab»Malichia Taylor
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»20 Jun 1901
Death Place: «tab»Stokes Tp, Logan, Ohio
Age: «tab»73
Birth Date: «tab»1828
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07060-0
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»534834
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 376

[HI23488] (Research):Champaign County Guardian Bonds Book 1 pg220 July 29 1833 Lewis Pence g dn of Savilla Pence 10yr, dau and minor heir of Jacob Pence, dec'd MB14-3 32 Surity William Runkle

Living in household in 1850 census is a Mary jane Pence age 18

[DI23490] Name: «tab»Ida Belle Baker
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Death Date: «tab»03 Feb 1945
Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»10 Aug 1863
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»81 years 5 months 23 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Emanuel Baker
Father's Name: «tab»Anthony Kunkle
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Amelia Hildebrand
Mother's

[NI23493] Children

Jacob Yutsler b: 1827 in Ohio, USA
John Yutsler , Jr. b: 1830
Casper Yutsler b: 1833 in Ohio, USA
Michael Yutsler b: 1836 in Ohio, USA
Benjamin Yutsler b: 1839
William A. Yutsler b: 1841 in Ohio, USA
Isaac Jason Yutsler b: 1843 in Ohio, USA

[HI23495] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 273 John Yutsler gdn of Is aac Miller 16yr (/) minor heir of John Miller, dec'd. Surities Woolery Har shman, Jacob Miller.

[HI23501] (Research):Record Book 10, Page 416 — Filed 22 April 1828 — Partition Jesse Bayless vs Sarah Vestal & Others Hugh McSherry deceased owned 100 acres in the north—east quarter of Secti on 4 Township 4 Range 11 (Mad River Tp.). His heirs were: Alice Mcsherr y, widow of Champaign County; Sarah Vestal of Pickaway County; Jacob & Ma ry Barrick of Fairfield County; Jacob & Elizabeth Shouts of Champaign Coun ty; Joseph & Naoma 1(elly of PA; Thursey McMullen of IN; Phillip & Maha la Bartley of unknown residence. The appraisers: William H. Fyffe, Timot hy Powell & John Glenn valued the land at $3.00 an acre and set off the wi dows portion of 36 acres and 140 poles. The rest of the land, 73 acres a nd 20 poles, was to be sold. On 6 April 1829 the above division was decre ed to be illegal and the dower was reset at 26 acres and 140 poles. The la nd was purchased on 1 June 1829 by Jesse Bayless for $2.06½ an acre.

Record Book 14, Pg 356-Filed Jan 30 1836 Jesse Bayles vs William Weaver, Sr Jesse Bayles is the father of Sarah Bayles, age 12 years and William W Bay les, aged 10 years. The mother of the children, Elizabeth Weaver Bayles, d ied about five months after William was born; March 1826. After the dea th of Elizabeth, her father, William Weaver, Sr asked to take charge of t he children until Jesse could provide a housekeeper or find care for the c hildren as in some manner as a mother would do. The children went to li ve with Weaver until the children started to school, then Jesse remarri ed and took his children to live in Urbana for about a year until his seco nd wife died. Sarah, next went to live with the family of David D Gre en in Urbana and William returned to his grandfathers. After a short tim e, Sarah also returned to the Weaver household. In 1831 Bayles went to Ken tucky and Tennessee and continued his trade as a bricklayer. After he we nt to Kentucky he engaged his father, David Bayles, and brother, Joseph Ba yles, to provide for the children until he returned. However, William Weav er refused to give up the children and William obtained the guardiansh ip of the minors in the April term of 1833. In the July term of 1836 Jesse 's cause was not further proceeded but was abated by the death of the defe ndant, William Weaver, Sr.

Record Book 15 Page 462 Filed 29 August 1836- Trespass Jesse bayles vs James Weaver, William Davis and Nelson Weaver Jesse Bayles charged that Sarah Bayles, a ward of William Bayles, was tak en by the defendants from the home of Joseph Bayles, brother of Jesse. T he defendants reported that Sarah was in custody of William Weave r. On 15 Oct 1839 Jesse Bayles discontinued the case.

Nineteen children, at time of death, six living and 4 attended his funeral

[HI23503] (Research):Colbert, Mary AnnSpouse : Bayless, William C. Marriage date : Jan 31, 1849 County of record : Champaign Co. Sex : F

[HI23504] (Research):Myrtle Tree Church Records (Organized 4/24/1830) Covers period 4/24/1830- 2/23/1850 CCGS Newsletter Spring 1998 pg24 Received 10/17/1835- John Putnam - diss by letter 4/15/1835

Descendants from Laurence A. Weaver, Jr.

Brown Co, IL Pg 113 John Putnam, 44 Sophia 3 4 OH Franklin 15 Eliza Jane 13 OH James 11 IL Almira 8 IL Zachariah 6 IL Alvin 4 IL Johnson 1 IL

1880 Census Place:Mount Sterling, Brown, Illinois Source:FHL Film 1254176 National Archives Film T9-0176 Page 51 1C John PUTMANSelfMMW74KYOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Sophia PUTMANWifeFMW68OH Fa: MDMo: MD Alvin B. PUTMANSonMSW30ILFa: KYMo: OH Edward PUTMANSonMSW27ILOcc:PhysicianFa: KYMo: OH Elizabeth PUTMANDauFSW24ILFa: KYMo: OH

[HI23505] (Research):Record Book 14, Pg 356-Filed Jan 30 1836 Jesse Bayles vs William Weaver, Sr Jesse Bayles is the father of Sarah Bayles, age 12 years and William W Bay les, aged 10 years. The mother of the children, Elizabeth Weaver Bayles, d ied about five months after William was born; March 1826. After the dea th of Elizabeth, her father, William Weaver, Sr asked to take charge of t he children until Jesse could provide a housekeeper or find care for the c hildren as in some manner as a mother would do. The children went to li ve with Weaver until the children started to school, then Jesse remarri ed and took his children to live in Urbana for about a year until his seco nd wife died. Sarah, next went to live with the family of David D Gre en in Urbana and William returned to his grandfathers. After a short tim e, Sarah also returned to the Weaver household. In 1831 Bayles went to Ken tucky and Tennessee and continued his trade as a bricklayer. After he we nt to Kentucky he engaged his father, David Bayles, and brother, Joseph Ba yles, to provide for the children until he returned. However, William Weav er refused to give up the children and William obtained the guardiansh ip of the minors in the April term of 1833. In the July term of 1836 Jesse 's cause was not further proceeded but was abated by the death of the defe ndant, William Weaver, Sr.A grave in Rector Gard Cemetery says departed t his life 1/29/1862 aged 75 yrs 8 months 18 days. This would make him bo rn 1787, not old enough to be the father of Wm Jr. This needs research

Record Book 26, Page 58- Filed 14 October 1853- Petition to Sell Land Nelson Weaver vs Mary Ann Weaver et al Listing of William Weaver heirs, 14 October 1853 and 20 March 1854: Aar on Weaver John Weaver William Weaver Henry Weaver James Weaver, deceased (died 21 June 1853 ); m. Mary Ann ...; no issue Margaret Weaver Gearheart, wife of William Ge arheart Mary Weaver Rouse deceased, wife of James M. Rouse William Rou se of Champaign County, Ohio James Rouse of Indiana Alanson Rouse of California Sarah Rouse Fuson, wife of James Fuson -possibly of Hardin County, Ohio Jo seph Rouse, minor of Champaign County, Ohio Levi Rouse, minor of Champai gn County, Ohio Adin Rouse, minor of Champaign County, Ohio Elizabeth Weaver Bayles deceased, wife of Jesse Bayles Sarah Bayles Sarah Weaver Hamilton deceased, wife of John Hamilton Mary Hamilton, wi fe of William Hamilton of Iowa William Hamilton Charlotte Hamilton Silence Hamilton, minor of Indiana Joseph Hamilton, minor of Indaian Willis hamilton, minor of Indiana Elbert Hamilton, minor of Indiana Silence Weaver, unmarried, of Champaign Co, OH Nancy Weaver Wilson, wife of Erastus Wilson (Admin of James Weaver Estate) Ann Weaver Davis, wife of William W Davis Nelson Weaver, unmarried.

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 317

LAND: 1. Cincinnati Land Office, Patent No. 6286, Misc. Credit Vol 50:28 9; 165 36/100 acres, NW 1/4, Sect 24, Twp 4, Range 10, Between The Great & Little Miami Rivers, Champaign County, Ohio; NW of Oh io River; Vol 37, page 289. Patented 24 Feb 1820, Initial payment 25 Oct 1813, Final payment 25 Oct 1819, Total payment $356 .00. 2. Champaign County Recorder: a. Deed Book H:67, 12 March 1827, William a nd his wife Mary, sold to William Weaver Jr, 40 acres in the NW 1/4 of S 24. b. Deed Book J:106, 23 Oct 1830, William Weaver sold part SW 1/4, S 1 2, to Reuben Critchfield. c. Deed Book P:133, 11 Feb 1839, William Weaver Etal, 125 acres NW 1/4 S 2 4, to I & N Weaver

William was drafted in Virginia Militia in 1781. He served two terms. Will iam was an eyewitness to Cornwallis' march from Yorktown. William was mentioned in his father's 28 March 1783 Will. William and Mary Weaver received a Certificate of transfer from Berkeley C hurch Circuit, dated 4 October 1793. William received title to land in Mason County, KY, from Henry Stu rm on 7 January 1796. William Weaver was listed in the 1800 tax records of Mason County, KY. In 1802 William and Mary Weaver migrated to O hio in what is now Clark County, where they rented of William Chapman eighty acres of land, a part of which was prairie lan d. They lived here for five years, then they moved to Section 24 in Mad River Township, Champaign County, where they resided until death . The Waever family were important factors in the early history of Mad Riv er Township. The first poll book showed the names of four members of the family; Philip, William, Christopher and Elijah. William Weaver was listed as a Registered Voter in the 8 October 1811 elec tion of Mad River Township. William Weaver purchased land on 23 October 1813, in Section 2 4, Tp 4, Rg 10; Mad River Township. William Weaver applied for Revolutionary War Pension on 2 August 183 2. He died at age 76y 3m 14d. William Weaver is the third Great Grandfather of James H. Johnson, (uff-da -9@juno.com) the compiler of this record.

[HI23506] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 332 3 Nov 1848 Nathan Comp ton gdn of David Maggert c18yrs; Loretta Maggert c16yr minor heir of Cathe rine Maggert dec'd. Surities John Myers, Reuben Maggert

[HI23508] (Research):Family Researcher: aishalj@verizon.net (Aisha) and gzuhl@woh.rr.com

James purchased land on 17 Sept 1818 in Johnson Twp, Champaign Co, OH; rec eived a patent from the U S Government on 29 Dec 1820 (Book T Page 67) f or NW1/2 of Section 20, Johnson Township; purchased from Samuel Magge rt on 16 Feb 1841 (Book Q Page 402) in Section 31 NW 1/4 E1/2 in Johnson T wp. This family listed in the 1820-1860 Census of Johnson Twp

Record Book 10 pg 106 Filed 14 April 1827- Slander Jeremiah Bateman and Sarah,m his wife. vs James Flowers Joseph H Crane, President, James Smith Esq, William Runkle Esq and Willi am Fithian Esq associated judges. The case was heard on 18 August 1828. Ja mes Flowers is charged with accusing Sarah bateman of being unfaithf ul to her husband and that their third child is not of Jeremiah, but of o ne Bock. The petit jury- Simon Baker, Zachariah Heath, Francis A Morriso n, Alfred Owens, Charles Dickerson, Noah Davis, Willis Spain, John Ward Co l, Jordan Reams, Jacob Arney, John Blew and William Kelly. The jury fou nd that Flowers was guilty and he was chared $75 in damages and the cos ts of the trial.

Record book 10 pg 110 Filed 11 Sept 1827 Damages $1000 Jeremiah bateman vs James Flowers Daniel S Bell was the attorney for Jeremiah. They filed a capias ad respon dendum against Flowers for fear that he would not appear in court. John Wa llace was the sherrif. Bateman claimed that on 1 September 1827. James aga in charged Jeremiahs wife with adultry. On 18 Aug 1828 Jeremiah discontinu ed the suit.

Public Records of Champaign Co, Ohio Chancery Records of the Court of Comm on Pleas Record Book 24, Page 57- Filed 5 September 1849- Petition to Sell Land Jo hn W. Brown, Administrator of James Flowers vs Elizabeth Flowers et al James Flowers died seized of 86 acres located in the east half of the nort h-east quarter of Section 31 Township 3 Range 12 (Johnson Township). Jame s' heirs were: Elizabeth Flowers, widow; Martha Flowers, wife of Jesse Whi tney deceased of Hancock County, Ohio; Nancy Flowers, wife of David Cla rk of Champaign County, Ohio; James Flowers of Champaign County, Ohio; Jo hn Flowers of Butler County, Ohio; Samuel Flowers; Joel Flowers; Mary Flow ers, wife of Joseph Grimes; Hannah Flowers Moore deceased, left a child: A braham Moore; Andrew Flowers; Jacob Flowers; Adam Flowers; Jesse Flowers a nd Isaiah Flowers.

Record book 24 pg 487 Filed 27 Spet 1851 Petition to Sell James W Brown, Admin of Hannah Moore, deceased vs John Moore & Abram Moore james Flowers, father of Hannah Moore, died owning the NW 1/4 of secti on 20 twp 3 range 12 (Johnson twp). James Flowers heirs; Elizabeth Flower s, widow; Martha Flowers, wife of Jesse Whitney (Deceased); Nancy Flower s, wife of David Clark; James Flowers Jr; John Flowers; samuel Flowers; Jo el Flowers; mary Flowers, wife of Josephus Grimes; Andrew Flowers; Jorab F lowers, Adam Flowers; Jesse Flowers; Isaiah Flowers and Hannah Flowers Moore, deceased who left heir; Abram Moore, who resided in Starke County, Oh io with his guardian, John Moore

[HI23509] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 12 Township 3 Range 11 19 Jan 1835 Heirs of Moses Maggert (Adam and Sarah Maggert); Samuel and Ba rbary Maggert; Joel and Sarah Maggert; James and Elizabeth Flowers) to Dav id maggert, 78 acres N 1/2 - BkL Pg533

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Supreme Court Record Vol 5 pg 512 Court held June 23 1843-Divorce Samuel maggert vs Barbara maggert Case was heard on 21 NOV 1842, Samuel Maggert of Champaign County file d. He stated that he married on 21 Dec, 1825, Barbara Sills in Champaign C ounty. They lived together 11 years, parenting six children, with three al ive at the present; Isaac Maggert, 15 yrs, Elizabeth 13 yrs and William Pe rry Maggert 9 yrs. Samuel charges that Barbara left about five years ago a fter committing adultery with George Jenkins. Barbara was living in Careys ville Ohio at the time of the suit. The marriage was dissolved June 24, 18 43

[HI23513] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 585 May 6 1857 Philand er B Ross gdn of Madison C Powell 17yr ( Jul 1856) minor heir of Timothy P owell dec'd. Surities Morris Pepple, John Powell

Born 8/4/1877 a son to Madison and Josie M Powell fo Paulding OH

[HI23515] (Research):Record book 15, Pages 21-26-Filed 5 April 1837 (See suit April Term 1838) George Leonard vs Catherine Leonard et al George Leonard and his brother, Jacob Leonard, deceased were joint tenan ts in Champaign County, Ohio land; 101 acres on the north side of NE 1/4 S 20 Twp5 R12 (Salem Twp). The 101 acres was divided by the brothers, but f or over 20 years, no deed was ever executed; George took the north porti on of the land while Jacob took the south. In 1837 Jacob Leonard heirs we re as follows: Catherine, widow; George Leonard, William Leonard, Daniel L eonard, Eliza Leonard Scritchfield, deceased, wife of Isaac Scritchfiel d, left heirs Arthur Scritchfield; John Scritchfield, and Catherine Jane S critchfield. George Leonard, son of Jacob Leonard had sold his intere st in the land to Michael Instine/Enstine. The suitwas finalized on 9 O ct 1837 with orders to execute two deeds, George Leonard received the 50 a cres in the north and the heirs of Jacob Leonard received the 50 acr es in the south

Record Book 18 Pag 113 Filed 6 April 1841-Petition for dower Catheirne Leonard vs Michael Instine Jacob Leonard, late of Champaign County, died circa 19 January 1836. He ow ned 50 acres which was the south half of 101 acres fromerly owned by Geor ge and Jacob leonard and located on the north side of the NE 1/4 of S ec 20 Twp 5 Range 12 (Salem) and 50 acres which was the south half of 1 09 acres located on the east side of the NE 1/4 of Sec 27 Twp 5 Range 12 ( salem). jacob and heirs sold their intyerest in the property to Michael In stine circa Dec 1838, but nothing had been set aside for the dower. The he irs of jacob Leonard were: Catherine Leonard, widow, George leonard; Dani el Leonard; William Leonard; Eliza Leonard deceased left heirs Arthur Crit chfield, John Critchfield and Catherine Critchfield. On 6 Sep 1841 the cou rt appointed appraisers, John Mast, Jacob Zook and Ezekiel Petty, set asi de 32 acres for the dower. As this report was not satisfactory the court a ppointed new appraisers. On 5 May 1842, Joseph vance, Benjamin Byers and J ohn W Hitt, set aside 16 3/4 acres in timber and another 16 acres for t he dower portion.

Record book 20 pg 205 filed 15 mar 1845- In Chanucery Michael Instine vs Margaret Crithfield & Others Jacob Leonard and his brother George Leonard, were joint owners in 101 acr es located on the north side of the NE 1/4 of S20 T5 R12 (Salem) and 109 a cres located on the east side of the NE 1/4 of Section 27 T5 R12 (Salem ). The heirs of Jacob Leonerd were, Eliza deceased, wife of Isaac Crithfie ld (married secondly, Margaret), and had the following children; Arthur, J ohn and Catherine Crithfield; George Leonard, William Leonard and Daniel L eonard. On 28 Dec 1838 Isaac Crithfield sold his interests in the esta te to Michael Instine. Instine wants the land partitioned.

[HI23518] (Research):CCGS News Vol 22 No3 pg 88 Western Citizen July 5 1842 Remaining in the post office at Urbana, Ohio on the evening of June 30 18 42, which if not taken by the 1st day of October 1842, will be sent to t he General Post Office as dead letters William Leonard

William LEONARD Self M Male W 66 OH Farmer VA TN Mary J. LEONARD Wife M Female W 65 OH Keeps Hou se PA PA Peter M. LEONARD Son S Male W 27 OH Farmer OH OH Lilly B. LEONARD Dau S Female W 18 OH At Home OH OH Source Information: 1880 Census Place Fairview, Henry, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254689 NA Film Number T9-0689 Pa ge Number 279B

It is not known if this is the same family.

[HI23521] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 18 pg 287 Filed 13 August 1842-Petition for Dower Margaret Critchfield vs Heirs of Isaac Critchfield. Isaac Critchfield died in July 1842, leaving the following heirs; margar et Critchfield, widow; Arthur Critchfield 12 years in october 1841; John C ritchfield 10 years in Novemebr 1841; catherine jane Critchfield 7 yea rs in April 1842; George Washington 4 years in October 1841; Eliza Ell en 2 years in March 1842 and an unamed child born April 1842. The her is of Isaac Critchfield were entitled to the west part of the farm of t he late Arthur Critchfield deceased, except 20 acres which had been giv en to John Critchfield. Arthur Critchfield owned 384 acres, part of it w as located in the SW 1/4 of Section 28 Twp 5 Range 12 (Salem). The court a ppointed appraisers, William Hughes, Robert Reid and Wm Hamilton, set asi de 87 acres 15 poles for the dower protion.

Record Book 20, Page 133 - Filed 12 April 1843 - In Chancery Bales Breedlo ve & Others Vs John Crihfield & Others On 10 March 1841 John Crihfield signed a mortgage against land which he a nd his brother, Isaac Crihfield had inherited from their' father, Arthur C rihfield. The mortgage was signed to Bales Breedlove, Samuel Lippencot t, Thomas Gwynne, Hor ' ace Muzzy, Lot Turner, William Black, William Fra nk and Michael Justin. By the time of the suit, Isaac Crihfield was decea sed and left the following heirs: Margaret Crihfield, widow; Arthur Crihfi eld; John Crihfield; Catharine Jane Crihfield; George W. Crihfield; Eli za Ellen Crihfield and Isaac Crihfield. The brothers had a half-sister, R osannah, daughter of Arthur Crihfield and Phebe Davis. John Crihfield al so had a daughter, Eliza Jane Crihfield, about five years of age.

Record Book 20, Page 158 - Filed 13 December 1844 - In Chancery Jonathan Parks & Margaret Crihfield, Administrators of Isaac Crihfield Vs Heirs of Isaac Crihfield & Others Isaac Crihfield owned 384 acres located in Salem Township and 110 acr es of this land was sold to pay debts of the estate. The heirs of Isaac w ere: Margaret Crihfield, widow; Arthur Crihfield; John Crihfield; Cathari ne Jane Crihfield; George W. Crihfield; Eliza Ellen Crihfield and Isaac Cr ihfield. The half-sister of Isaac was mentioned: Rosannah, wife of Frankl in Haines. Also mentioned was Wesley Crihfield, son of Mahala Martin Faul kner. The land of Isaac Critchfield had been purchased from the esta te of William Riddle and his administrator, Daniel Newcomb of Iowa. The he irs of Wm Riddle mentioned within the suit were; Jane Riddle, deceased, wi dow; James, William, Sarah and John Riddle, children of John Riddle deceas ed, James of Union County, Nancy, wife of Isaac Robinson of Concord Indian a, Wm H Riddle and his wife Maximilla of Sangamon Co, Ill, Abner Riddle a nd his wife Rebecca of Logan Co, Ohio and Jane, deceased wife of Samuel Sh erwood of Union Co, OHIO

Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 293 April 8, 1843 Jam es M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 12yr; Arthur Crihfield 14yr; Catheri ne Crithfield 9yr; children and minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd Suri ties John Mas, William Smith

Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902), pg407

[HI23522] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 293 April 8, 1843 Jam es M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 12yr; Arthur Crihfield 14yr; Catheri ne Crithfield 9yr; children and minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd Suri ties John Mas, William Smith

[HI23523] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 293 April 8, 1843 Jam es M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 12yr; Arthur Crihfield 14yr; Catheri ne Crithfield 9yr; children and minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd Suri ties John Mas, William Smith

pg 344 26 Jun 1847 James M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 16yr; Catheri ne Crihfield 13 yr, minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd. Surities John M ast, William Smith

[HI23524] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 293 April 8, 1843 Jam es M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 12yr; Arthur Crihfield 14yr; Catheri ne Crithfield 9yr; children and minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd Suri ties John Mas, William Smith

pg 344 26 Jun 1847 James M Maitland gdn of John Crihfield 16yr; Catheri ne Crihfield 13 yr, minor heirs of Isaac Crihfield, dec'd. Surities John M ast, William Smith

[DI23526] name: «tab»John Welgamood
gender: «tab»Male
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death date: «tab»26 Feb 1902
death place: «tab»Brown Tp., Miami, Ohio
age: «tab»65
birth date: «tab»1837
birthplace: «tab»Indiana
occupation: «tab»Farmer
race: «tab»White
marital status: «tab»Widowed
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indexing project (batch) number: «tab»B07065-3
system origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
source film number: «tab»550191
reference number: «tab»v 3 p 343
Citing this Record

"Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6VS-C46 : accessed 30 Sep 2012), John Welgamood, 26 Feb 1902.

[NI23530] Groom's Name: «tab»James Mcbeth
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Bride's Name: «tab»Hannah Birks
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Marriage Date: «tab»09 Apr 1888
Marriage Place: «tab»Champaign County, Ohio
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M86852-4
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Source Film Number: «tab»0530188
Reference Number: «tab»2:3HRT5V6

[DI23532] Newspaper Abstract
December 5, 1861
Died in Texas, Champaign Co, OH, 9th November, Jane, wife of Dr R Cadwallader and daughter of James W McBeth, 23 years. Dr Cadwallader, with wife and child migrated from Ohio to Bates Co, MO some 18 months ago to practice medicine; all fell ill and came back to Champaign Co, OH. Interred in Oak Dale Cemetery.

[HI23536] (Research):Record book 10 pg 293 Filed 6 April 1829 Partition Legal Heirs of Sampson Kelly deceased vs Joseph Kelly Heirs of Sampson Kelly, Ambrose Grafton and Elizabeth his wife, Ezekiel Da rnall and Mary his wife; Lewis Darnall and Peggy his wife; Nancy Kelly a nd minors, Joseph Kelly; William Kelly, Robert Kelly, Sarah jane Kelly, Re becca Ann Kelly.

Record Book 16, Page 460 - Filed 22 April 1840 - Bill of Interpleader Jo hn West, Administrator of Sampson Kelley Vs Jacob Baker et al SampsonKelly married Rebecca Pence, widow of Lieutenant Pence of the la te war. By an act of Congress, 1 June 1813, the widow became entitl ed to a portionof Jacob Pence's pay which was collected by one Henry Nort hup, one half pay for five years service. The judgement against Northu p, $713.43, was obtained by Kelley in his lifetime. An agreement (mark ed "A" with the suit), dated between the heirs of Sampson Kelly, dat ed 31 October 1831, stated that Rebecca would receive the widow's portio n, Sampson Kelly's heirs were to receive $10 each, except Sarah Jane & Reb ecca Ann Kelly who would receive two equal 1/9 parts each, and the balan ce was to be paid to Ruth Pence, heir of said widow. After the payments w ere made West settled the probate of Kelly, but since then a further s um of $422 has come to the estate. John West made a partial distributi on of the second amount according to the agreement, however, a problem h as arisen which he wants the court to settle. There is $388 of the $422 l eft for distribution. ' The portions that have been distributed were to-R ebecca Kelly, Ambrose & Nancy Grafton, children of Lewis Darnall ' Sarah J an; Kelly and Rebecca Ann Kelly. Sampson Kelly's legal heirs: Joseph Kell y;William Kelly; Robert Kelly; Ambrose Grafton & his wife, Elizabeth; Ezek iel Darnall & his wife, Mary; Abimelech Darnell & his wife, Nancy; Margar et Darnall, formerly Margaret Kelly who married Lewis Darnall, who died le aving the following children: Wesley Darnall, Joseph Darnall, Sampson Darn all, and William Darnall; Sarah Jane Kelly (minor) and Rebecca Ann Kelly ( minor). By the end of the case, Henry T. Kyle was appointed guardian ad l item for only Rebecca Ann Kelly. "The only child and heir of said widow P ence, by her first husband, Lieutenant Pence, is their child Ruth Pence me ntioned in said contract marked A and now the wife of Jacob Baker." Conten ts of an answer filed 12 October 1840 by Jacob and Ruth Baker: Jacob Penc e, father of Ruth was believed killed at the Battle of Brownstown in the s ervice of the United States in August 1813 and Rebecca married Kelly cir ca I September 1818. Ruth had received $244.25 for "half pay," but she w as not sure that she had received the total amount that she should. The o ther defendants neglected to plead or answer.

Record Book 14, Page 555- Filed 25 July 1836 William West vs Joseph Kelly et al Before 1818 (under the 1800 Land Act) William West c ould not purchase less than 160 acres and therefore, jointly purchased wi th Sampson Kelly, the south-west quarter of Section 3 Township 3 Ran ge 11 (Jackson Tp.). William occupied the west half and Sampson the east h alf of the quarter. The patent was issued on 27 June 1816. On 21 August 18 18 William West filed a deed (Champaign County Deed Book D, Pages 368-36 9) granting the east half of the land to Kelly, however, Kelly did not fi le a deed granting the west half to West. Sampson Kelly died in 1827 or 18 28 leaving the following heirs: Joseph Kelly; William Kelly of Illinois; R obert Kelly; Mary wife of Ezekiel Darnall; Elizabeth wife of Ambrose Graft on; Nancy wife of Alemaleck Darnall; Margaret deceased wife of Lewis Darna ll left the following children: Wesley Darnall, Joseph Darnall, Sampson Da rnall and William Darnall; Sarah Jane Kelly and Rebecca Ann Kelly. Jam es L. Torbert was appointed the guardian ad litem for the minors. The pate nt and deed by William West was included within this court case.

Champaign County Ohio Land Deed Indices by Pat Stickley and Denise Moore pg 6 Sec 3 Twp 3 R 11 Jackson Twp, SW1/4 Jan 19, 1924 US to William West and Sa mpson Kelly (The patent was dated June 27, 1816. Recorded book 107 pg 90 1 /19/1924

[HI23538] (Research):They were found living near Tremont City in German Township, Clark Coun ty in 1900. This census relates that they had eleven children, but only ni ne were living at that time. Ira’s obit was listed in the St. Paris News-D ispatch, 25 March 1909. The date was not given as to when he died and h is age was given as “past 70 years old.” At the time of his death he w as a resident of Springfield and living with his son, Hamilton Owen, o ne of eight children. The obit further stated that Ira formerly lived in T erre Haute, Champaign County and then removed to Tremont City, Clark Count y, where his wife (Martha) had died about January 1909. Ira’s funeral w as held at the Reformed Church on Tremont City. A listing of the childr en of Ira and Martha has been gleaned from the census lists and provid ed by Barbara Jo “Barbie” Owen, at Tannercat@aol.com on 8 January 2001.

Springfield Sun July 7 1900 Mrs Ira Owens and son were in Springfield visiting her children.

September 2, 1900 John Owens and wife and Mrs Israel owens of Springfield spent Friday wi th Ira Owens family.

Mar 23, 1909 The funeral services of our old townsman, Ira OWEN, was held from the Refo rmed church Thursday afternoon. The service was in charge of Rev HOFFM AN of Springfield and was largely attended by his many sorrowing friend s. His age was 72 years. OWEN was well known throughout this and Champai gn counties, he having lived for many years in the latter community.

Denise K Moore- Ira B. Owens born circa 1837 is the one illegitimate chi ld of John Owens that I can trace. His obit relates that he was the chi ld of John. No mother listed.

[HI23539] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship Records Book 1 1805-1858 pg176 8/18/1828 Willi am Darnell gdn of Jane Kelly 7y, Rebecca Ann Kelly 2 yr heirs of Sampson K elly. Surity Andrew Davis

[HI23544] (Research):Urbana Citizen and Gazette 1/28/1859 Henry Merica, a farmer near Millerstown, committed suicide Wed last by sho oting himself with a rifle, he was a slave to whiskey, leaves wife a nd 11 children.

[HI23545] (Research):Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 166-170 22 Oct 1861 Diana Merica gdn of Margaret Merica 17yr 10 Jan 1861; Diana Merica 14 yr 9 Oct 1861; John Henry Merica 11 yr 27 Sep 1861; Rebecca merica 1 0y 17 Jun 1861; Christian Monroe Merica 7 yr 10 Feb 1861; heirs of Henry m erica, dec.d. Surities Lewis Bodey and Andrew Bodey

Champaign Co Guardianship records Vol 18 No 2 Pg 194-196 4 Nov 1862 William Houser, gdn of Lydia Ann Houser 5yr Aug 1862; Sarah Elizabeth Hous er 6 yr Mar 1862; Diana Malinda Houser 2yr Aug 1862; heirs of Henry Meri ca dec'd Surities John Loudenback and Diana Merica

[HI23546] (Research):son of William McKinley and Mary Cunningham). Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jackson, Hardin, Ohio; Roll: T6 23 1284; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 87. William McKinley 67 Elizabeth McKinley 61 Louemma McKinley 29 William P McKinley 22

MCKINLEY, William Death date: 11/5/1920, Hardin County
Volume #3430, Certificate #70154

Ohio Deaths 1908-1953 Name : William Mckinley Titles : Death date : 05 Nov 1920 Death place : Jackson, Hardin, Ohio Birth date : 28 Nov 1832 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Champain Co, Ohio Age at death : 87 years 11 months 7 days Gender : Male Marital status : Widowed Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Farmer Residence : Burial date : 07 Nov 1920 Burial place : Cemetery name : Patterson Spouse name : Father name : William Mckinley Father titles : Father birth place : Scottland Mother name : Mary Mckinley Mother titles : Mother birth place : Scottland GSU film number : 1991438 Digital GS number : 4022173 Image number : 2515 Certificate number : fn 70154

[HI23547] (Research):DOB in question. 1900 census shows born 1838. Military record shows ten ye ar difference.

66th OVI age 18 substitute, discharged 12 Jun 1865 at Fairfax Seminar y, VA by surgeons certificate of disability

Name: Thomas J Reed , Enlistment Date: 09 December 1861 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Ohio Unit Numbers: 1888 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 09 December 1861 at the a ge of 24 Enlisted in Company G, 54th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 09 December 1861.

[XI23547] Burial record, no stone located Dec 2007

[HI23551] (Research):Champaign Co, 1850 Rebecca A age 24 Elizabeth age 24 Isaac Brown age 18 Henry Owen age 7

[NI23556] Also seen name as Poland

[HI23557] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Scott Owens, age 21, parent John

[XI23557] Sec 1 Lot 28 no stone found, burial record only

[HI23558] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Carlton Owens, age 6, parent John

CCGS Newsletter July/Aug 2005 Vol 21 No 3 pg 48 St paris Ohio Graduates tr anscribed June 19 1993 by Janet Evilsizor Worthington 1918-Carleton Owens

Name: Carlton Owens SSN: 290-30-1865 Last Residence: 43078 Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 26 Jul 1900 Died: Nov 1969 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1951-1952 )

[HI23560] (Research):Located in 1870 and 1880 Mad River Census with Henry and Mary J Runyo n. No futher record.

[HI23561] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Charlie Owens, age 17, parent John

[DI23563] Name: Elam Owens
Death date: 04 Jul 1914
Death place: St. Paris, Champaign, Ohio
Birth date: 31 Jul 1892
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Indiana
Age at death: 21 years 11 months 3 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: St Paris, Champaign Co., Ohio
Burial date: 06 Jul 1914
Burial place: St Paris, Ohio
Cemetery name: Evergreen
Spouse name:
Father name: Abraham Carmore
Father titles:
Father birth place: Ohio
Mother name: Ary Sloneker
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Ohio
GSU film number: 1953919
Digital GS number: 4021305
Image number: 66
Reference number: fn 37509
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI23564] OGAN, Adam Death date: 3/9/1915, Champaign County
Volume #1588, Certificate #13038

Name «tab»Adam Ogan
Titles & Terms «tab»
Death Date «tab»09 Mar 1915
Death Place «tab»St. Paris, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date «tab»22 Oct 1835
Estimated Birth Year «tab»
Birthplace «tab»Ohio
Death Age «tab»79 years 4 months 17 days
Gender «tab»Male
Marital Status «tab»Widowed
Race or Color «tab»Caucasian
Street Address «tab»
Occupation «tab»Retired Farmer
Residence «tab»St. Paris, Champaign, OH
Burial Date «tab»12 Mar 1915
Burial Place «tab»St. Paris, Champaign, Oh
Cemetery Name «tab»Odd Fellows
Spouse's Name «tab»
Father's Name «tab»Er Ogan
Father's Title & Terms «tab»
Father's Birthplace «tab»U
Mother's Name «tab»U
Mother's Titles & Terms «tab»
Mother's Birthplace «tab»U
Film Number «tab»1983342
Digital Folder Number «tab»4021313
Image Number «tab»1827
Certificate Number «tab»fn 13038

[HI23565] (Research):Reg. Dist. No. 175 - File No. 15983 Mrs. Mary E. Phenegar b: 27 May 1878 Grange Hall?/Hill? (sp?), Chanpaign Co. d: 30 Mar 1937 304 Stanton ave., Springfield, Clark County, Ohio res: same age: 58 years 10 months 3 days buried: 1 Apr 1937 Spring Hill Cem. married - wife of J. Walter Phengar father: David Baker born Ohio mother: Hester Thackery born Ohio informant: Walter Phengar, 304 Stanton ave

[HI23571] (Research):Although there was not a baby listed in the 1860 census, she was probab ly the Lucinda that filed a Bastardy Suit against Henry L Russell on 15 F eb 1859. According to the suit Lucinda gave birth to a child but the nam e, date of birth, nor sex of the baby were not listed. Henry was found gui lty. Record book 27 pg 411 Filed 15 Feb 1859.

[HI23578] (Research):Seeking information on 3 brothers, Frederick, Jacob and Solomon Ambrose, s ons of William Henry Ambrose, that migrated from Frederick County, Maryla nd to Champaign County, Ohio. Trying to connect my ancestor, Caleb Ambros e, b. abt. 1802, that also migrated to Champaign County. Would like to g et additional information on these families (note, some children are missi ng, need additional information)

Descendants of Frederick Ambrose, **

1 [3] Frederick Ambrose, ** 1781 - 1849 . +Jane "Jennie" Tanner 1790 - 1824 ........ 2 [1] Margaret J. Ambrose 1824 - ............ +Samuel Bailey - 1859 ........ *2nd Husband of [1] Margaret J. Ambrose: ............ +Joseph F. Stone 1827 - ................... 3 Mary Alice Stone 1863 - 1899 ................... 3 Thomas F. Stone 1865 - 1948 ........ 2 Jacob Ambrose WFT Est. 1807-1816 - ............ +Elizabeth McCumpsey 1809 - ........ 2 Peter Ambrose WFT Est. 1807-1817 - ............ +Mary Glenn ........ 2 Newton Ambrose 1819 - 1884 ............ +Alice Ann Ward 1830 - 1898 ................... 3 Frederick W. Ambrose 1849 - 1930 ....................... +Kerin H. Patrick ................... 3 Mary E. Ambrose ....................... +B.F. Ganson ................... 3 Alice Ambrose ....................... +Thomas Sullivan ................... 3 Margaret Ambrose ....................... +Edward H. Houtz ................... 3 Emma Ambrose ................... 3 [2] Anna Belle Ambrose ....................... +John Benedict ................... *2nd Husband of [2] Anna Belle Ambrose: ....................... +Mr. Roberts ................... 3 Newton Ambrose ........ 2 Susan Ambrose WFT Est. 1807-1820 - *2nd Wife of [3] Frederick Ambrose, **: . +Mary Ann Poff ........ 2 Elizabeth Ambrose 1827 - 1848 ............ +Wilson J. Neil ........ 2 Gatch Ambrose WFT Est. 1828-1838 -


Descendants of Jacob Ambrose, **

1 Jacob Ambrose, ** 1785 - . +Elizabeth ??? 1794 - 1853 ........ 2 Jacob Ambrose 1824 - ............ +Phebe ??? 1831 - ................... 3 Rebecca Ambrose 1849 -


Descendants of Solomon Ambrose, **

1 Solomon Ambrose, ** 1789 - 1856 (no information on Solomon's descendants)

Please e-mail me at: Delijim@aol.com Thank you. Jim Veregge

[HI23579] (Research):Research on the Owens Family is from Denise Kay Moore n2/2001 THE FAMILY OF WILLIAM OWENS AND JANE DOWDEN Denise K. Moore Page 1 1/16/01 P. O. Box 752 Gautier, MS 39553-0752 William Owens was born on 11 September 1768 in St. Paul's Parish, King Geo rge County, Virginia, the son of John Owens and Dulcabella Bunbury Conwa y. William's uncle, Jeremiah Owens, had married Jane Kenton, sister of t he early frontiersman, Simon Kenton. After Jeremiah's death, Jane Kenton O wens married Thomas Laws. Thomas Laws moved his family to Bourbon County ( presently Mason County, Kentucky) with Simon's party of 41 persons which l eft Fauquier County, Virginia on 16 September 1783. By 1 October 1784, Thomas Dowden's widow, Sally Cleland, a sister of Willi am Kenton's wife, and her four children, arrived in the area which would l ater be called Kentucky. The date has not been recorded when William Owe ns migrated from Virginia, however, he married Jane Dowden on 14 March 17 92 in the newly organized Mason County. Jane Dowden, daughter of Thomas Do wden and Sally Cleland, was born circa 1773 in Virginia. As with most new ly married couples, William and Jane begat children and began their pla ns for a future home. They, as well as many of the relocated Virginians, h eard Simon Kenton's tales of the rich land that lay north of the Ohio Rive r. After the Indian trouble was settled, they were going to hold some of t he pot of gold located at the end of the rainbow. On 13 July 1787 the Nort hwest Ordinance was ratified. This document was created to establish the l aws under which the newly opened Northwest Territory was to function. The document also established the bou ndaries of the territory: the Mississippi River to the west, Pennsylvan ia to the east, Canada to the north and the Ohio River to the south. The rectangular survey system, which had been established earlie r, was maintained but the order of the numbering system was altered. The s urveys of the Ohio Company and Between the Miamis are the only acreage in America which have been surveyed with the sections num bered from south to north. Ranges were numbered as follows: XV XIV Townships were numbered as follows: XIII I II III IV V VI XII XI The sections were numbered as follows: X 36 30 24 18 12 6 IX 35 29 23 17 11 5 VIII 34 28 22 16 10 4 VII 33 27 21 15 9 3 VI 32 26 20 14 8 2 V 31 25 19 13 7 1 IV III II I

John Cleves Symmes was an elected member of the Continental Congress fr om New Jersey in 1785 and re-elected in 1786. Influenced by Benjamin Stite s, a trader along the Ohio and Miami Rivers, Symmes applied for 1,000,000 acres between the Miami River and the Little Miami R iver. This area was bounded in the south by the Ohio River and would lat er have the Greenville Treaty Line as it's northern border. The land was located in the modern counties of Hamilton, Clermont, Butle r, Warren, Montgomery, Greene, Clark, Miami, Champaign, Shelby and Loga n. On 3 October 1787 Congress authorized a formal contract for this la nd to Symmes. On 19 February 1788 Congress appointed Symmes as Judge of t he Northwest Territory and after making the first payment of his land he l eft in July of that year for the territory. On 15 October 1788 Congress ga ve him a definite contract for a calculated 1,000,000 acres of which he ho ped to speculate and finally receive a patent. Symmes soon began selling w arrants for land in all portions contained within his contract. He sold t he property at the same price that he was purchasing from the Governmen t, at 2/3s of $1.00 (66 2/3 cents) an acre, and that did not leave any mar gin for profit. As the majority of the land was yet unsold when his payme nt was due he naturally did not have the funds to complete the contrac t. By the date of his contract he had raised enough money from land sal es to pay for only 311,682 acres, therefore, Congress issued him a pate nt for this amount of acreage on 30 September 1794. The patent covered la nd lying in Ranges I through IV (Hamilton, Clermont, Butler and Warren Cou nties). By a stroke of a pen, the purchasers who had contracted with Symm es or his associates for land lying north of Symmes' existing patent of 17 94 (Ranges V through XV) were left without any hope of title to the lan d. Two of these unfortunate purchasers were twenty-six year old William Ow ens and his young wife, Jane. Settlement north of the Ohio River was ve ry dangerous until the Treaty of Greenville, 3 August 1795, put an e nd to the Indian troubles. After this treaty the settlers quickly mov ed to land south of the Greenville Treaty Line. The only recourse le ft to the purchasers who had contracted with Symmes or his associates w as to move on to the land and hope to petition the government for pre-empt ion. In this case the land would be pre-empted (set aside) from any publ ic land sale auctions so that the settlers would not be bidding against sp eculators on their improved land. This would give the settlers the rig ht to purchase the property directly from the government at the base ra te of the current ordinance. The people were not squatters; which would me an that they settled on unoccupied land without a legal claim. They h ad a true legal claim through their contract with John C. Symmes. After on ly about five years of marriage and with two or three extremely young chil dren, William and Jane set their faces toward the wilderness which lay a c ouple of hundred miles to the north and determined to carve out a homeste ad in totally uncharted country. They are not listed with the party that S imon Kenton led to the Champaign County area (then considered to be Gree ne County) on 5 April 1799. However, without knowing the way and consideri ng the danger, they could not have traveled alone. As accounts place Willi am Owens as the first white man in the Champaign County area by 1797, argu ment must be given that he and his family had to be led by Simon, and ther efore, in the first party that went north.

Congress first addressed the subject of pre-emption on the seventh, eigh th and ninth ranges on 25 February 1797. On 2 March 1799 Congress had pass ed a law giving pre-emption at $2.00 an acre to persons who had contracted with Symmes prior April 1797, provided they ide ntified themselves and gave notice of acceptance to the law prior to Septe mber 1799. The Land Act of 1796 was active at that time, which sold trac ts of land, with the smallest unit of 640 acres (one square mile) for $2. 00 an acre, payable within one year's time. The settlers did not agree. Th ey had already paid for the land and they wanted clear titles. Six hundr ed and forty acres of land would cost $1,280 and few pioneers were ab le to pay. Besides, they wanted family farms, not estates. The issue was f inally settled on 3 March 1801. Congress passed "An Act giving a rig ht of pre-emption to certain persons who have contracted with John C. Symm es or his associates, for lands lying between the Miami Rivers, in the Ter ritory of the United States North West of the Ohio." It was established th at instead of paying $2.00 an acre as was required by the current law, t he purchasers who had contracted with Symmes prior 5 May 1792, would be re quired to pay on the same terms that Symmes had in his original contract w ith Congress (2/3 of $1.00 or 66 2/3 cents an acre) and the time wou ld be extended for payment. As Symmes had conveyed warrants to settlers f or 160 acres or 320 acres instead of the 640 acres which was stipulat ed in the Land Ordinance of 1785, the settlers could purchase the amount of acres in the ir original warrants. Grumble as they would, the settlers could recogni ze the "deal." Under the pre-emption they would have to pay another 66 2/3 cents per acre, making a total of $1.33 1/3, but land not c overed was to be sold for $2.00 an acre. The Congress Lands of the northe rn ranges of Between The Miamis was accurately surveyed 1802-1805 and la nd was available for sale as each portion of the survey was completed. Thu s, land in Township 4 Range 11 became available for sale in September 180 4, the date that William Owens made his first payment. As the area had be en initially surveyed under the direction of the Land Ordinance of 1785 on ly the outside measurements for the sections had been delineated and the i nterior lines were calculated. "A Plan of Lands survey'd for the United St ates, bounded southerly and easterly on the Ohio and great Miami Rivers; n ortherly and westerly on the Indian boundary line, was settled by the Trea ty of Greenville, 3 August 1795. Signed by Rufus Putnam, Surveyor-General ." The map shows the landholders for Ranges VIII through XIV and Townsh ip I through VII and is labeled on the reverse "Cincinnati Dist. As direct ed by Law, 3d March 1803." The map shows the names and the claims of perso ns who had contracted with Symmes and were entitled to land under the pre- emption. In all cases, except one, the names were noted for parcels of la nd (160, 320 or 640 acres) which would be located as one or more of the qu arter sections. The exception was William Owens. It is evident that by bei ng first in the area, William marked out exactly where he wanted the 240 a cres which applied to his warrant. Instead of choosing a quarter section ( 160 acres), he chose half quarters (80 acres). He chose the south ha lf of the south-west quarter of Section 10; the north half of north-west q uarter of Section 9 and the north half of the north-east quarter of Section 15.

No explanation can be given as to why William Owens was allowed to purcha se 240 acres instead of 60 or 320 acres. In reality, William purchased o ne 160 acre tract and one 80 acre tract, however, the sale of an 80 acre t ract was not legal until the Land Act of 24 April 1820. In 1804, under t he current land law and the pre-emption act, that made the surrounding la nd in those three sections not able to be sold because they were under acr eage. For whatever reason was given, William, as a resident of Greene Coun ty, made his first payment for the acreage on 26 September 1804 and receiv ed his pre-emption patent, dated 9 July 1813 under letter dated 10 July 18 13. William was required to make his payments in Cincinnati and after t he final payment was made the papers were sent to Washington where the pat ent was issued. The patent was returned to Cincinnati under what was call ed a patent letter. William (or his representative) had to return to Cinci nnati to pick up his patent. He was not required to file his patent in t he local county recorder's office, but evidence shows that he did. The la te recording dates of 16 December 1907 and again of 26 May 1924 were erro rs of the Recorder's Office and do not indicate that the patent was not fi led by William or his family until that time. The later date also indicat es that the records had not been researched and therefore the patent was r ecorded twice. The History of Champaign County, published in 18 81 by W. H. Beers & Company, and the late County Recorder, Warren Everhar t, who no doubt received his way of thinking from Beers, have published th at William Owens purchased his land from William Ward. Warren Everhart d id point out that he was not able to find a land deed which would suppo rt the theory. This theory simply is not true. William Ward never owned t he land that William Owens purchased from the Government. Certainly, the t wo men were acquainted and may have traveled together to purchase their de sired parcels in Cincinnati. On 26 September 1804, the date that William Owens purchased his land, William Ward, Ezekiel Arrowsmith, S imon Kenton, Thomas Kenton, William Kenton and Sampson Talbott, all made t he first payment on their pre-emption lands in Cincinnati. Champaign County was formed from Greene and Franklin Counti es in March 1805. At that time the court system of Champaign County was fo rmed and it handled all of the business that occurred within it's boundari es. In 1817 Logan County, on the north, and Clark County, on the south, we re established and reduced Champaign County to its present boundarie s. In Chancery Record Book 1, Page 473 was a case that was heard during t he September Term of 1809. William Dowden and his wife, Ann Dowden were suing William Owens for slanderous words uttered by William ag ainst Ann. William's words accused Ann of adultery. The court found Willi am not guilty and granted him the right to recover $50.05 from the Dowde ns for the cost of defending himself. That is one family feud that real ly turned nasty! A relationship between William Dowden and Jane Dowden Owe ns has not been established. However, by the wording of the suit, Willi am Owens had known Ann Dowden for some time. On 10 May 1817 William Owe ns was appointed to the position of Supervisor of the State Road, leadi ng from Urbana to Troy (State Route 55). His area was from the crossi ng of the road and Nettle Creek and west to the Mad River/Urbana Townsh ip line. In the early times the men of the county were required to set asi de a determined number of days each year for labor, and often to provi de a team of horses or oxen, in order to maintain the roads. This requirement was a form of tax.

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO

CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 10 Page 270 3 June 1828 In Chancery to Stay Waste Alfred Woens vs jane Owens, John Owens & Orville Owens. John H James was the attorney for Alfred owens and Charles Anthony was t he attorney for the defendants. William Owens, the father of Alfred, own ed 240 acres which was located in half of the NW 1.4 of S9 T4 R11 (Mad Riv er), half of the SW 1./4 of S10 T4 R11 (mad river ) and half of the NE 1 /4 S15 T4 R11 (Mad River). Of the 240 acres Alfred Owens was in possessi on of 70 acres of cleared land; Aschel Owrns, another son, held about t he same amount and Jane, the widow, held 60 acres of the cleared land a nd the rest of the acreage was in woods. Of the 60 acres which Jane he ld she has cleared 6 or 7 acres, sold off land and sold the wagon which w as lef t by William Owens. Alfred charges that the estate of William Owe ns is not being put to proper use. On 18 August 1828 Jane answered the su mmons and admitted that she had done the things that she was charged wi th but that she had a right to do so for the welfare of the minor childre n. The heirs of William Owens were: Jane Owens, widow; Alfred Owens; Asa el Owens; John Owens; Elizabeth deceased, wife of John Spry, who left o ne son but who is now also deceased; Orvill(e) Owens; Rebecca, wife of Jos eph B. Eaker; Elvira Owens deceased lef t no issue; and minor children, Wi lliam H. Owens; Jane Owens and Alanson Owens. On 6 April 1829 the court d ecreed that the defendants be perpetually enjoined from committing wast e, sale and destruction in the land described in the bill and that they p ay the costs of the suit. The claimant released all claim for damag es in restitution.

Record book 1 pg 473 Heard Sept Term 1809-Damages $1000 William Dowden and Ann his wife vs William Owens John Alexander, attorney, represented William and Ann Dowden and Geor ge F Tennery, attorney represented William owens. The Dowdens were suing f or slanderous words uttered by William owens against Ann and charging h er with adultry. The petit jury which heard the case: Joseph Stokes, Robe rt House, John Miller, Joseph Chestneu, William Chapman, Ruliff Peterso n, George Petty, John Gearhart, Griffith Foose, Isaac Venduser, Joshua Swe et and John Gutridge. William Owens was found not guilty and was allow ed to recover $50.05 from the Dowdens for the cost of defending himself. T he Dowdens filed a bond for an appeal trial.

[HI23581] (Research):Asahel and Elizabeth were living in Illinois in 1841 (Gutridge vs Owens ), but the county of residence was not listed. On 5 March 1997 the famili es of William Owen and Levina Owen, reportedly the children of Asahel Owen s, were copied from http://www.computek.net/public/cragg/genealogy/f02259. htm, how-ever, at this late date I am unable to raise the web site to glean more informat ion from it, such as the name of the submitter.

[HI23583] (Research):Originally buried Bodey Cemetery aged 42

[HI23585] (Research):Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 166-170 22 Oct 1861 Diana Merica gdn of Margaret Merica 17yr 10 Jan 1861; Diana Merica 14 yr 9 Oct 1861; John Henry Merica 11 yr 27 Sep 1861; Rebecca merica 1 0y 17 Jun 1861; Christian Monroe Merica 7 yr 10 Feb 1861; heirs of Henry m erica, dec.d. Surities Lewis Bodey and Andrew Bodey

[HI23586] (Research):1850 Champaign Co, Adams OH Druscilla Bowers 34 b OH Lorenzo D, 16, OH Joseph 14 OH Nancy 12 OH Mary 10 OH William 8 OH John 3 OH

[HI23587] (Research):Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 166-170 22 Oct 1861 Diana Merica gdn of Margaret Merica 17yr 10 Jan 1861; Diana Merica 14 yr 9 Oct 1861; John Henry Merica 11 yr 27 Sep 1861; Rebecca merica 1 0y 17 Jun 1861; Christian Monroe Merica 7 yr 10 Feb 1861; heirs of Henry m erica, dec.d. Surities Lewis Bodey and Andrew Bodey

[HI23588] (Research):Champaign County Guardain records Vol 18 No 1 Pg 166-170 22 Oct 1861 Diana Merica gdn of Margaret Merica 17yr 10 Jan 1861; Diana Merica 14 yr 9 Oct 1861; John Henry Merica 11 yr 27 Sep 1861; Rebecca merica 1 0y 17 Jun 1861; Christian Monroe Merica 7 yr 10 Feb 1861; heirs of Henry m erica, dec.d. Surities Lewis Bodey and Andrew Bodey

Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg 347-349 12/22/1864 David Houser gdn of John Henry Merica 15 yr 27 Sep 1864; Rebecca Merica 1 3, 11 June 1864; Christian Merica 12 yr, 10 Feb 1865; heirs of Henry Meric a, dec'd. Surities David Shafer (ner) & Isaac Comer

[HI23589] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Sec 12 Twp 3 Range 11 ( NW 1/4) 08 Feb 1817 US to Ambrose Huffman, of Hamilton Co, also NE 1/4 of S18 T3 R ange 11, recorded 27 Nov 1818. Bk D pg 397 06 Oct 1832 Job Huffman to Christopher Merica, 101 acres Bk K Pg 215 10 Dec 1833 Ambrose Huffman to Tobias Huffman, 101 acres 99 pole s, Bk K pg 510 04 Feb 1835 Tobias and Mary Huffman of Hamilton Co, OH to Christopher Meri ca, 101 acres Bk L Pg 535 03 Aug 1844 Christopher Merica to Jacob Walborn, 2 1/8 acres Bk S Pg246 21 Nov 1846 John Walborn to Christopher Merica , 2 1/8 acres Bk T Pg178 17 Aug 1848 Christopher Merica to Simeon Pence, 101 acres, 99 pol es Bk U Pg197

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson T wp by Pat Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Sec 12 Twp 3 Range 11 ( SW 1/4) 17 Aug 1848 Christopher Merica to Simeon Pence, 101 acres 99 poles, Bk U p g197

Died in the poorhouse and left no will. Chilren are not proven. This seeems to be the Christian Merica in the 1840 Census, Champaign County, OH pg 338 1male 60-70, 1 m under 5, 1female under 5, 1 female 20-30 Next to Joel and John Maggert

1850 Champaign Co, OH 30 166 166 Merica Christopher 71 M Farmer 5 00 PA X 31 166 166 Merica Malinda 13 F PA 32 167 167 Wirick Samuel 24 M Shoemak er 400 PA 33 167 167 Wirick Almira 24 F PA 34 167 167 Wirick Amanda J 2 F OH 35 167 167 Wirick Elizabeth 2/ 12 F OH 36 167 167 Devenbaugh Elizabet h 44 F PA

Did Christopher have a son names John b c 1800. John married Mary Polly Co mer in ChampaignCo.11/11/1830 and died before 1850. Mary is found in the 1 850 Census age 44 n VA, children Nancy Ann 16, Stephen D 12, John age 10 a nd William Comer age 29. John, and Stephen were members of the Christi an Church 12/25/1857 John was in the 1840 Champaign Co, Census p g333-31110001-110101

Other Merica Marriages: Merica, PhebeSpouse : Scott, Joseph Marriage date : Mar 22, 1838 County of record : Champaign Co. Sex : F Merica, SusanaSpouse : Meggart, Ruben Marriage date : Mar 3, 1842 County of record : Champaign Co. Sex : F

[HI23590] (Research):«b»FOLTZ, Noah «/b»Death date: 9/2/1920, Clark County Volume #3377, Certificate #56971
Unable to locate copy at LDS


Noah Foltz, age 68 died Thursday, September 2, 1920 at the home of his dau ghter Mrs. Maude Wiant, 314 Stanton Ave. Springfield, Ohio. His funeral w as held on Sunday September 4 at 2:00 at the Methodist Episcopal Chur ch at Concord. Burial was made at the Concord Cemetery. Short services we re held at the Wiant residence by Rev. C.D. Munsey. The party left for Con cord at 12:15. Friends were asked to omit flowers.

Springfield Daily News

[DI23592] name: «tab»John W Foltz
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»09 Jun 1917
event place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
residence: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
street address: «tab»402 W. Columbia
gender: «tab»Male
death age: «tab»57y 6m 5d
marital status: «tab»Married
race: «tab»W
occupation: «tab»Laborer
birth date: «tab»04 Dec 1859
birthplace: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1860
burial date: «tab»12 Jun 1917
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»Concord Cemetery
father: «tab»Geo. Foltz
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»Va.
mother: «tab»Jemimah Helselgesser
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»unknown
spouse: «tab»
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»
reference number: «tab»fn 37831
film number: «tab»1984015
digital folder number: «tab»4020635
image number: «tab»824
Citing this Record"Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X682-QCM : accessed 29 Sep 2012), John W Foltz, 1917; citing reference fn 37831, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

[XI23592] 1859-1916

[DI23594] name: «tab»Hattie Matilda Foltz
titles & terms: «tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»12 May 1949
event place: «tab»
residence: «tab»
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Female
death age: «tab»88y10m11d
marital status: «tab»
race: «tab»White
occupation: «tab»
birth date: «tab»01 Jul 1860
birthplace: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1861
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»
father: «tab»James Kelly
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother: «tab»Rebecca
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»
spouse: «tab»
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»unknown
reference number: «tab»certificate
film number: «tab»2246590
digital folder number: «tab»4109142
image number: «tab»02704
Citing this Record "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images,
FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X6R4-QQ2 : accessed 29 Sep 2012),
Hattie Matilda Foltz, 1949; citing reference certificate, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

[HI23595] (Research):Living with mother and step father Buckles in 1880, single age 17, enumerated with last name of Buckles

[HI23601] (Research):1910 Census Nephew Leonel Cavault 13 Ohio

[HI23602] (Research):PG 287JOHN O’LEARYPROBATED 19 DEC 1887 CARYSVILLE [DIED 4 DEC 1887] Heirs-Sarah O~Leary-widow the house and lot in Carysville.If she remarri es she to pay Joseph Hensler $400. At death of widow Joseph Hensler $50 0; Emma Bodey [dau of John F Bodey] $500; Edgar Buroker [son of Ephraim Bu roker] and Emmett E Clem each $175; Tawawa Lodge #253 $300. This was crossed out--at death of wife $100 each to Earl Corner [son of Hi ram] and Harry Sturm provided they outlive him, John F Bodey & Ephrairn Buroker executors Witness:John Mauk F C Cainwill signed 20 Oct 1887

[HI23605] (Research):Descendants from family Bible of Ann McKinley, Presently owned by Lulu Flo rence Waever Zirkle, 216 Second St, Tremont City, OH

Champagin co, Oh, Chancery Court, Minute Book 34, pg 293 Cornelius Zirkle, guardian of Charles Wesley Zirkle and wife vs John W Wea ver and others, petition for partition, estate of Aaron Weaver-Aaron Weav er left no widow, children and grandchildren' Margaret May, Rebecca bake r, wife of Asa; John W Weaver, Joseph Weaver all of Champaign County, Elij ah B Weaver of Clark County, all sons and daughters, 1/7 each, Louisa A nn Stewart, deceased daughter, wife of Daniel Stewart-1/7 to Daniel, resid ence unknown; Charles Wesley Zirkle, sonof Mahala Catherine Zerkle, deceas ed daughter , wife of Herndon Zerkle, 1.7

This is the 1870 Champaign Co, Jackson, Ohio pg 248 J W Weaver, 35 Jane, 30 Henry 10 Ellen 8 Mary 6 John 4 ( Looks a LOT like John, but COULD be Charles but if Charles, no o ne would ever know) William 2

This is 1870 Clark Co, Moorfield, OH pg 167 Thomas Weaver 41 OH Elizabeth 39 Laura 17 Charles W 15 Marietta 13 Clara 11 Emma S 8

Laura's middle name was Ellen and age is close. Charles could be the entry that looks like John in 1860 Mary is poss Marietta Clara does not appear in 1860

There is no Thomas Weaver in Clark or Champaign in 1850

1880 Chapaign Co, Jackson, OH the only children in the house are Emma a ge 17 and Frank age 10 (born Clark Co, 1870) leaving me to believe they we re in Clark County in 1870 and the census takers wrongly recorded the he ad of house name as Thomas.

I suggest this Thomas Weaver in Clark County 1870 is in fact John Wesley W eaver and family

If the William age 2 in 1860 is really Clara age 11 in 1870 it all would f it perfectly. I have seen errors like this before, but not very often espe cially with the head of house name wrong.

[HI23610] (Research):Name: GEORGE E COFFELT Gender: Male Date of Death: June 23, 1965 Volume: 18089 Certificate: 42229 Marital Status: Widowed Place of Death: , Clark County Race: White Residence: Fairborn, Greene County Age: 94

[HI23611] (Research):I suspect Sarah was married to Charles F Gabriel born 1874 son of Josiah.
Charles is in the 1900 census with his parents claiming to be a widower, which was common when actually divorced. I have not found a record of marriage yet.

[DI23611] Name: SARAH C NEESE
Gender: Female
Date of Death: January 02, 1958
Volume: 15276 Certificate: 00723
Marital Status: Widowed Place of
Death: , Clark County Race: White
Residence: , Clark County Age: 83

[NI23617] Parents:
Edith Martin Shepard (1840 - 1921)
Children:
Earl Augustus Shepard (1889 - 1950)*
Edgel Henry Shepard (1895 - 1941)*
Erma Shepard (1902 - 1906)*

[DI23617] Name: «tab»William H. Shepard
Death Date: «tab»16 Jul 1927
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»25 Dec 1866
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»60 years 6 months 21 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»624 E. Church
Occupation: «tab»Merchant
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»19 Jul 1927
Burial Place: «tab»Oak Dale
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Alice I. Shepard
Father's Name: «tab»Allison Shepard
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Edith Martin
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Piqua Co., Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1985069
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4022017
Image Number: «tab»1153
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 39024

[HI23618] (Research):Cemetery transcription says born 1865

[HI23621] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 257 13 April 1838 Conway Rector, gdn of James Strickler 4yr, son and minor heir of Isaac Strickler dec'd. Surities Henry Weaver, Abrah Shockey

[HI23625] (Research):Champaign Co, Ohio History 1991 pg 124 John Duckworth is said to have immigrated with two brothers. One brother w as thought to be Guthridge, but there is no record of him. The other broth er was George . Resided near Warren Co, Lebanon OH till 1815, then mov ed to Champaign County.

Will Book D pg 104 probated 11/23/1872 Wife Eliza Duckworth the farm in Concord Twp S13; at her death to sons Jo hn C, Christian S and Robert S Duckworth. John G , Christian and Robert Duckworth Execs. Wit: T G Keller, John H Young signed 1/3/1856

[HI23626] (Research):Obit from Mechanicburg Pretestant Church scrapbook 8/21/1883 Hannar R Colwell Rutan Griffin born 3/17/1812 in New Jersey, mar ried 10/1/1835 to Daniel M Rutan, had two children, he died c1858. She mar ried Nathaniel Griggin Sept 15 1868, she died of paralysis.

[HI23627] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 H H Slagle .01

Poll Book for Election held in Saint Paris Precint 10-9-1877 for or again st new jail. CCGS Newsletter April 1994 Vol 10 # 2 pg 29 H H Slagle

[HI23628] (Research):Beers History Pg 706 SIMON BEERY. manufacturer and farmer : P. O. Urbana. Should we tail to men tion Mr. Beery in connection with the prominent men of this township, gre at injustice would be done. Many who are not pioneers, furnish the intelle ct and capital to further the enterprises that have been conceived and p ut into successful operation since the country was first settled by tho se energetic pioneers, whose names we revere, and who will have ample just ice done them in the perpetuation of their names in the history of this co unty. The father of Simon, George Beery, came to Fairfield Co., Ohio, in 1 801. He was a native of Rockingham Co., Va., and his marriage to Miss Cath arine Cradlebaugh was celebrated in 1809. She was a woman of more than ord inary force of character, positive in her opinions, and free to express th em; loving right and hating wrong, prompt and active in every duty, a moth er of the old type in every sense of the word. Simon Beery (our subjec t) is of Revolutionary stock on his mother's side. Her father, John Cradel baugh, was born in Germany, belonging to one of the aristocratic and high ly educated families of that country. He war educated by an uncle, and w as to have been his heir, but, hearing of the struggle made by the Americ an people to gain their independence, and fired by the enthusiasm of yout h, and imbued with feelings of sympathy for the oppressed, he left his ho me and all that could be desired by way of position, and came to America a nd enlisted under the American flag. He was in several hard-fought battle s, in one of which he was taken prisoner by the British troops, and confin ed in a prison near Baltimore. Of forty-three men taken prisoner at the sa me time, only himself and one other escaped. After independence was declar ed and the war at an end, he settled in Fayette Co., Penn., and there marr ied a Miss Moonschauer, and afterward emigrated to Fairfield Co. Bei ng so highly educated (speaking five languages fluently), and conceivi ng it to be his duty, he entered the ministry, in which he remained unt il his death. His daughter, Catharine, the mother of our subject, was bo rn in Pennsylvania in 1785, and her parents emigrated to Fairfield County. in 1806 or 1807. Her marriage to George Beery is previously spoken o f, and they were parents of twelve children-Samuel, John, Dinah, Joseph, M ary, Anthony and Isaac (twins), George, Simon, Noah, Solomon and Thomas Ew ing; nine survive. Mrs. Beery died in 1870, her husband in 1856. He was pr essed into service during the war of 1812, and did duty as a teamster, whi ch was a very hazardous business. In 1834, he laid out the town of Breme n, in which Simon Beery did business for many years, being the success or of his father and brothers who had carried on the mercantile busine ss so long at that place. Our subject came to this county in 1867, and loc ated upon the farm which is now one of the most productive and upon whi ch more taste is displayed than presented by any farm residence in the cou nty. Neither is there a residence equaling this in any town in the count y. The barns and outbuildings are in harmony with the substantial charact er of everything belonging to the farm. Mr. Beery prides himself upon h is practical farming, having reclaimed what was considered a worn-out far m, until the products averaged one-fourth more than any in the neighborhoo d. He has made the improvements excepting the house since arriving, and th is suburban residence is the abode of a family among whom harmony and pros perity reign. Mr. Beery was wedded to Mary M. Grove, March 5, 1846. The ir children are six in number-Samuel E., Angeline, Ann C., George, Mariet ta and Perry G. The eldest and youngest sons are engaged in the mercanti le business at Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Beery makes no assumption of being anythi ng but what he really is, a plain, practical man, loving right and hati ng wrong, and ever sympathizing with the poor and oppressed.

[XI23628] Champaign Democrat June 21 1888
Local News
The reamins of the late Perry Beery were removed from the vault to the cemetery at Upper Sandusky on Tuesday where they were interred by the side of his father, Simon Beery
Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Upper Sandusky
Wyandot County
Ohio, USA
Plot: Section E Lot 3

[DI23629] Name: «tab»Mary M. Beery
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»08 Jan 1916
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»20 Jul 1825
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Pa.
Death Age: «tab»90 years 5 months 18 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Retired
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»10 Jan 1916
Burial Place: «tab»Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Peery Grove
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Pa.
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Grove
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Pa.
Film Number: «tab»1983553
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021366
Image Number: «tab»832
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 712

[HI23630] (Research):Urbana Daily Citizen 11/3/1888 Samuel E Beery died in CA last week, formerly of this county.

11/15/1888 sameul E Beery lived in San Diego last 5 years, he died at res of Dr Gar y. He went to CA for his health. His mother and sister arrived there thr ee weeks before his death but his wife and 3 children did not

[DI23631] Name: «tab»Angelina Beery Holloway
«tab»Mrs.
Death Date: «tab»16 Dec 1947
Death Place: «tab»Upper Sandusky, Wyandot, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»05 Sep 1848
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Bremen, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»99 years 3 months 11 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»James W. Holloway
Father's Name: «tab»Simon Beery
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Malvina Grove
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2246452
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4071610
Image Number: «tab»01749
Certificate Number: «tab»81070

[HI23632] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Dec 2004 pg 117 News From Westville Ohio March 12, 1908 The New Idea Club were entertained at the home of Mrs George Beery Tuesd ay afternoon. Important topics were discussed and light refreshments serve d.

[DI23632] Name: «tab»George Beery
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»18 Sep 1942
Death Place: «tab»Mad River, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»25 Apr 1856
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Bremen, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»86 years 4 months 23 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»R. D. No. 2
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Residence: «tab»Urbana
Burial Date: «tab»21 Sep 1942
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Oak Dale Cem.
Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Ellen Widener
Father's Name: «tab»Simon Beery
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Bremen, Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Malvina Grove
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Film Number: «tab»2024033
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4057802
Image Number: «tab»1307
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 51801

[XI23633] Champaign Democrat June 21 1888
Local News
The reamins of the late Perry Beery were removed from the vault to the cemetery at Upper Sandusky on Tuesday where they were interred by the side of his father, Simon Beery

[HI23648] (Research):LUCY A. BEARY
Female Birth: 09 DEC 1872 , Champaign, Ohio Parents:
Father: THOMAS BEARY Family
Mother: LIEMSICY RENN

Not found in 1880 Census

[DI23649] Name: «tab»Katherine Grose
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»18 Aug 1925
Death Place: «tab»Upper Sandusky, Wyandot, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jun 1850
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Breman, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»75 years 1 month 21 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»E. Crawford St., 4th Ward
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Residence: «tab»Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»20 Aug 1925
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Oak Hill
Spouse's Name: «tab»John Grose
Father's Name: «tab»Simon Beery
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Lovina Grove
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1992678
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001698
Image Number: «tab»2180
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 48927

[DI23650] Name: «tab»Jane Blew
Death Date: «tab»05 Jun 1928
Death Place: «tab»Urbana Twp, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»22 Jan 1844
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Clark Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»84 years 4 months 13 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»08 Jun 1928
Burial Place: «tab»Mechaunsberg, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»Maple Green
Spouse's Name: «tab»Henry Blew
Father's Name: «tab»Abraham Ott
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va
Mother's Name: «tab»Miranda Otte
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va
Film Number: «tab»1991300
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4096053
Image Number: «tab»511
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 35356

[HI23651] (Research):This marriage in Clark Co, Vol 4 Foltz, Andrew Nawman, Mary Ann 01/15/1856 238

1860 Census Clark Co, German OH pg 13 or 498 Andrew Foltz ag e 37 Mary wife, 30 Isabelle 5 Benjamin 3 Charles 1

[HI23654] (Research):My Foltz family records goes back to John Phillip Foltz (Voltz), b: 8/25/1 780 in Boeckingen, Neckarkreis, Wertternberg, Germany, married to Mary A nn Perkepine (date unknown), Children Solomon b: 1796, Abraham, Gabriel, G eorge b: 1782, David b: 1/9/1800,d: 10/29/1892, 2 Daughters (names unknow n) 9 all born in Shenandoah Co, VA John Phillip's father was Johann Phil ip Friedeich Foltz & mother was Eve Barbara (Unknown). Larry Hurley lhurle y918@earthlink.net

[HI23659] (Research):Will Book G pg 256 David FOLTZ Mad River Twp died 20 Oct 1892 probated N ov 2, 1892. Heirs, Christine, widow now deceased; Martha ZERKLE, dau, Wils onburgh, IL; Sallie NEESE, dau, Terre haute; nathaniel FOLTZ, son, Herbs t, IN; Henry FOLTZ, son, Terre Haute.To wife Christine Foltz her natural l ife all estate of 140 acres S31 Mad River Twp except 20 acres owned by Eli as Neese; at her death above farm to Sons Nathaniel and Henry Foltz. Mart ha Zerkle [wife Noah of Il] has received $500 in full share and sons Natha niel and Henry to pay Sarah Neese [wife Elias] $500. Henry Foltz executor Witness:George Fansler [now dec~d) Isaac Neff Will singed 8/23/1869 (More)

From Larry Hurley 8/1/2004 lhurley918@earthlink.net From a letter written by Jesse Foltz on 26 August 1931 to a Niece, Alice F oltz Patterson [Emm et Foltz Daughter]. David moved from Shenandoah.VA to Clark Co, OH in 1832 in a wagon with 1 m ule and 1 horse, H e entered a 160 acre claim 3 miles SE of Lawerencevill e. He stayed there until he proved hi s claim or patent as it was calle d, it took 5 years then. In 1838 he sold his claim for $800. 00 and mov ed 3 mile NW of Tremont City or 1/2 mile west of Chickenfoot Hill and boug ht 160 ac res for $1,000.00. In 1884 he sold that for $1,350.00 and mov ed 2 miles NW up Chapman Creek i n Champaign Co or to what is now the litt le berg of Thackery where he remained for the rest o f his days. He w as a tailor by trade. He worked at his trade and helped clear the 160 acr es t hat is now owned by E.H & C.A. Foltz. Homer Jenkins father and Unc le Henry stayed with Grandf ather [David Foltz and cleared the home far m. To David and Christine Hoffman were born 8 children. The first di ed in infancy, thr next Aun t Martha, then Aunt Sarah, then father [Nathaniel], then Phillip who died at age 3 or 4, t he n Uncle Henry, then the twins - one died at birth the other a few da ys later and were never n amed.

[DI23670] Name: «tab»Lydia Minnick
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»16 Apr 1917
Death Place: «tab»Springfield Twp, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1846
Birthplace: «tab»
Death Age: «tab»71 years 4 months 17 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»18 Apr 1917
Burial Place: «tab»Springfield Twp., Clark, Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»Ferncliff
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Emanuel Baker
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Druzilla Fultz
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1984010
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021562
Image Number: «tab»990
Certificate Number: «tab»23838

[XI23670] 60249 «tab»MINNICK «tab»LYDIA «tab»«tab»00/00/0000 «tab»CLARK CO., O. «tab»04/16/1917 «tab»04/18/1917 «tab»M «tab»Lot 122 «tab»SubLot 0 «tab»Row 0 «tab»Space 2

[NI23675] Daughter of Andrew Kepner and Ada Jenkins.
Death Cert found in AZ records

[DI23675] Died of natural causes but death cert adds that she had anemia and malnutrition

[HI23676] (Research):Tombsotne says died 4/2/1830 273m27d I belive this to be 1850, as parents were not married until 1844

[HI23677] (Research):Daily Record of SMith School for the term commencing Sept 12 1892 ending D ec 2 1892, Jackson Twp, New Common School Register- Teacher A Neff. (CCGS Newsletter Dec 95 pg 90-91) Hernando Cutler - attended 33 days, absent 1

Family researcher Joni B boyking@gateway.net (boyking)

[HI23680] (Research):2nd OVI Co A Enlisted 1 Sep 1861; age 20; mustered out 10 Oct 1864

[XI23681] -71-11-19

[HI23685] (Research):1840 Hancock Co, Findlay, OH 000110-000010 Year: 1840; Census Place: , Champaign, Ohio; Roll: 382; Page: 335. 112100 010-00110010

Champaign Co, Genealogical Society, Champaign Co OH Newspaper Abstracts, B ook II- 1878-1900, (September 6, 1878 to 1900) pg62 7/29/1889 In the Carysville news; 23 living in Adams Twp over 70 years of age. The f ollowing are names and ages: James Flowers 72yrs

[DI23686] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Harry S Glick
Name: «tab»Harry S Glick
Birth Date: «tab»1877
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence County: «tab»Miami
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»14 Aug 1960
Hospital of Death: «tab»Home
City of Death: «tab»Miami County
County of Death: «tab»Miami
Certificate: «tab»59395
Age at Death: «tab»83
Certifier: «tab»Coroner
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Census Tract: «tab»0000

[HI23687] (Research):Name: Lemmon/ Lemon, John W. Date Of Death: May 11 1901 Time: ------------- Place Of Death: Adams Twp. Champaign Co. Ohio USA Residence: Adams twp. Champaign Co. Ohio Gender: Male Race: W Age: 57 yr. 11 month 27 days Marital Status: Married Spouse: Flowers Lemon/ Lemmon, Elizabeth Date Of Birth: April 8 1844 Place Of Birth: Champaign Co. Ohio USA Mother's Name: Unavailable, Jacintha Mother's Birthplace: unknown Father's Name: Lemon/ Lemmon, Samuel Father's Birthplace: Unknown Cause Of Death: Lung and Throat Disease Hospital: ----------------------------------------------------- -------------- SS Number: ----------------------------------------------------- -------------- Occupation: Painter Funeral Home: Unknown Doctor: unknown Coroner: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------------------ Informant: unknown Date Of Burial: Unavailable Place Of Burial: Rosedale Cemetery, Champaign Co. Ohio Date Recorded: 1902 Source Of Record: Ohio Certificate of Death,

Champaign Co. Ohio Date of record 1902


Additional Comments: Lemmon and Lemon are the same in Champaign co. Ohio. John's children were: Anna, Elizabeth, Cory Oscar, Pearl (Geuy), Dora, Lor etta

[HI23688] (Research):I suggest this is not the date of death. Wife Elizabeth alive in 1880 cens us and is living with her husband in the 1900 census married 34 years, 4 c hildren and 4 living.

Name: Flowers Lemmon/Lemon, Elizabeth Ann Date Of Death: March 5 1879 Time: -------------------- Place Of Death: Adams Twp. Champaign Co. Ohio , USA Residence: Adams Twp. Champaign co. Ohio USA Gender: Female Race: W Age: --------- Marital Status: Married Spouse: Lemon/ Lemmon, John W. Date Of Birth: January 26 1842 Place Of Birth: Adams Twp. Champaign co. Ohio, some family say Ft. Fi ndlay , Ohio Mother's Name: unknown, Mary A. Mother's Birthplace: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------- Father's Name: Flowers, James Father's Birthplace: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------------- Cause Of Death: Brain Fever Hospital: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------- SS Number: ----------------------------------------------------- ----------- Occupation: Housekeeper Funeral Home: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------- Doctor: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------ Coroner: ----------------------------------------------------- ---------- Informant: ----------------------------------------------------- ------------- Date Of Burial: Unavailable Place Of Burial: Unavailable Date Recorded: 1902 Source Of Record: Ohio Certificate of Death, family members Champaign County. Ohio

Additional Comments: Elizabeth's children were:Anna, Elizabeth, Cory Oscar, Pearl, Dora, Lorett a

Elizabeth's siblings were: William J. , Amon P., Sarah E., Charles, John J .

[HI23689] (Research): Amos P. Flower's Civil War Pension file where he lists his wife (de ad at the time; she died Sept? [faint ink] 24, 1880) as Rebecka O Bryant m arried 21 Oct 1867 by Mark Kerby, Minister at Carysville OH with a reco rd of the marriage at Champaign Co. Probate court. Under "Have you any ch ildren living? If so, please state their names and the dates of their bir th. Answer:" He writes in his own hand (signature at bottom matches) Clara Ettie Born Jan 8, 1868 Rachel Annie Born Jan 11, 1872 Emma Jane Born Sept. 25, 1875 -- married Joseph Fleetwood Swiger on 26 A ug 1892 Urbana, OH (she d. 21 Dec 1954 Jackson Center, Shelby Co., OH a nd he b. 31 Jan 1871 Shelby Co. OH and d. 7 Dec 1946 Wilson Memorial Hospi tal , Clinton Twp., Shelby Co., OH)

Amos P. Flower's pension file also lists a date of birth of Oct 27 1843 a nd location Near Ft. Findlay, Hancock Co., O. An old bible was used as pr oof with a published date 1840 as reportedly seen by a witness.

I believe I have a Habius Corpus for Amos P. Flowers which is from Champai gn Co. It is for when he ran off and joined the Union while under age a nd the commanding officer sent him back. It threw me until I realized t he corpus did not have to be a corpse as the latin could be read to mean h ave body without indicating "dead body". He later joined up when of age a nd was captured in Guntown, MO and spent the remainder of the war in Ander sonville AND SURVIVED!! The stint in Andersonville can be verified by the ir website.

[HI23694] (Research):Name: Emmett R Martz Gender: Male Date of Death: 29 November 1971 Volume: 20674 Certificate: 085274 Autopsy: Unknown Marital Status: Unknown Place of Death: Bellefontaine, Logan County Certifier: Physician Race: White Residence: , Champaign County Age: 87 Years

[NI23695] Spouse:
Ralph K Davis (1876 - 1948)*

[HI23698] (Research):Poss John Flowers born 5/1855 in Fairfield Co, Hocking, OH 1900 census, wi fe Sarah, md 23 years no ch

[HI23699] (Research):Poss the Elizabeth Huffman who died age 80 11/20/1891 in St paris . Remai ns sent to Circleville, OH. Says she is 4th in the family to died since co ming to this vicinity and to that farm

[HI23703] (Research):Record book 24 pg 487 Filed 27 Spet 1851 Petition to Sell James W Brown, Admin of Hannah Moore, deceased vs John Moore & Abram Moore james Flowers, father of Hannah Moore, died owning the NW 1/4 of secti on 20 twp 3 range 12 (Johnson twp). James Flowers heirs; Elizabeth Flowers, widow; Martha Flowers, wife of Jesse Whitney (Deceased ); Nancy Flowers, wife of David Clark; James Flowers Jr; John Flowers; sam uel Flowers; Joel Flowers; mary Flowers, wife of Josephus Grimes; Andrew F lowers; Jorab Flowers, Adam Flowers; Jesse Flowers; Isaiah Flowers and Han nah Flowers Moore, deceased who left heir; Abram Moore, who resided in Sta rke County, Ohio with his guardian, John Moore

[DI23705] Name: Rosa May Downing
Death date: 02 Mar 1936
Death place: Stokes, Logan, Ohio
Birth date: 5/25/1863
Birth place:
Age at death: 72 years 9 months 7 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color:
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date:
Burial place:
Cemetery name:
Spouse name: G. H. Downing
Father name: Andrew Flowers
Father titles:
Father birth place:
Mother name: Barbara Ann Smith
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 2022613
Digital GS number: 4027476
Image number: 2214
Reference number: fn 18832
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23707] (Research):Champ Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 355 5 April 1848 Isaac Penc e, gdn of Rebecca pence 9 yr (12 Apr 1848); William Pence 10yr (23 Feb 184 8), Didama Flowers, minor heirs of john Flowers dec'd. Surities Isaac Amm on Wesley Pence

Family was listed in the 1820 and 1830 census of Johnston Twp. and the 18 40 census of Adams Twp., Champaign Co., OH.

Census records confirm the existence of two additional daughters b. 1804-1 810, and one daughter b. 1810-1815.

[HI23708] (Research):Diana D (Damana) Flowers, heir of John Flowers in 1848 was possibly a daug hter of Samuel.

Born 1799?

Samuel Flowers and Lucinda White (who married in Fayette Co., IN, in 182 5) are listed as the parents of Jackson H Flowers in the returns from Jack son's second marriage (Elkhart Co., IN, 1890). Probate records for Samuel 's Rushville estate describe him as being "late of Butler County, Ohio." C ensus records support the presumption that this is the same Samuel Flowe rs who had earlier married Judith Williams in Butler County in 1818.

Samuel purchased land in Rushville from William J. Brown on 1 Aug 1829, b ut he does not appear in the 1830 census for Rush County. Samuel died inte state in Rushville on 24 Aug 1832, and his estate was probated in Fayet te County, administered by Lucinda's brother Thomas White. On 28 Sep 183 2, Lucinda (who had since moved back to Fayette County) sold her dow er to Gustavus Cowger.

Given that the 1850 household of newly-married Jackson in Madison Coun ty is surrounded by Lucinda's relatives, it is possible that Lucinda al so died in Jackson's youth, and that Jackson was raised with the White fam ily.

The decendancy chart for Aaron Flowers on file at the St. Paris Library (p urportedly researched by Marcia Grooms) claims Samuel to be a son of Jo hn Flowers, and a grandson of Aaron. However, the calculated ranges for bi rthdates of John and Samuel make this highly implausible. This suppositi on was likely based upon the fact that Samuel was not listed as a son in A aron's will (without realizing Samuel was deceased by that time).

[HI23710] (Research):Stones in Columbia Street Cemetery Clark co, OH Ann Mary Flower, d/o A & P died 7/21/1840 age 6 weeks D L Fletcher Flower, s/o A & P died 8/21/1839 Josephine Flower, d/o A and Phoebe died 8/30/1839 age 2y9m6d

Josephine would have had to have been born prior to their marriage, sugges ting, these may not be the proper parents.

[HI23712] (Research):Record Book 22, Page 495- Filed 2 February 1849- In Chancery William H. Jo nes vs David Sills & Others Ezekiel McCollester received the patent for 160 acres located in the south -west quarter of Section 25 Township 3 Range 12 (Johnson Tp.). The hei rs of McCollester deeded the west half and the south-east corner of the so uth half of the east half to Benjamin S. Taylor, who in turn deeded the la nd to Michael Sills. On 11 January 1845 Michael sold 40 acres from the sou th-east corner to Milton Huddleston. Milton and wife, Jemima Huddleston so ld the 40 acres to Barbary Reprogal on 26 February 1845 and Barbary and hu sband, Adam Reprogal, sold the 40 acres to Isaac Good on 15 May 1847. Isa ac and his wife, Elizabeth Good(e) sold the 40 acres to William Jon es on 14 October 1848. However, the discription was in error from the ti me that the heirs of McCollester sold to Taylor as it should have read t he north-east corner of the east half. The heirs of Michael Sills: no wido w; Elizabeth Sills, wife of David Sills; Jemima Huddleston, wife of Milt on Huddleston; Phebe Flowers, wife 'of Aaron Flowers; George Sills; Delil ah Ream, wife of Michael Ream of Indiana; and Barbary Reprogal deceased, w ife of Adam Reprogal, left Isaac Maggart, Elizabeth Austin. wife of Jes se Austin and Perrv Maggart.

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 290 son of Michale Sills Sr and Barbara RhodesCEMETERY SEARCH SUCCEEDS

Steven Lewis, Ft. Wayne, md., recently climaxed a 10—year search by “disco vering” his great, great, great grandfather. Along the way he had to overc ome “many roadblocks, misinformation, and dead ends”; his experiences shou ld encourage other genealogists, from the newest beginner to the most adva nced.

His front page article on this episode, in the Urbana Citizen (Dec. 5), c redits Pat Stickley, cccs corresponding secretary, with significant he lp in his extensive research..

Michael Sills, the pioneer ancestor in question, presumably moved to Champ aign Co. about 1812. He died in 1845, but his burial place was unknown.

Indications pointed to Hudd1estonSills cemetery, Jackson Twp., so Steven a nd two associates investigated in person. Upon arrival they found “no evid ence that a cemetery ever existed on this site.”

Instead, they encountered an unkept area of “6—8 foot thorn bushes, brambl es, dangerously large groundhog holes”——all ma thicket of dead trees.

For a day and a half, they “cut, raked, hacked, sawed, and burned” their w ay through this jungle__receiving “war wounds” in the process. Then this a rea where “almost all the stones had fallen over and been buried by the ra vages of nature” yielded, however grudgingly, some major finds:

Row #1 (near west side of cemetery):

1.Elizabeth, wife of David Sills, d. Dec. 23, 1856, age 53 yrs., 10 mos ., 4 days;

2.Infant daughter of David Sills, age I mo.;

3.Michael Sills, d, Jan. 18, 1845; age 68 yrs., 8 rnos., 14 days. Inscrip tiOn reads: “Watch therefore for ye know neither the day or the hour wh en the Son of Man cometh.” FootstOne reads: MS.

4.Samuel, son of Michael and Rosanna Sills, d. May 18, 1821, age 8 mo s, 23 days.

5, Laura L., daughter of John and Lavina Huddleston, d. Apr. 16, 1857, a ge 30 days.

Row #2:

1.Hendretta P., daughter of Milton and Jemina Huddleston, d. Feb. 10, 185 4; age 11 yrs., 1 mo., 2 days.

Footstone:H.P.H.

2.Footstone reads S.H.H.

The cemetery is north of christiansburg, about 1/8 mi. west of Elm Tree Rd ., directly across from Honey Creek Baptist Church. Lewis reset the abo ve stones, temporarily at least, as close as possible to the discovery sit e.

He thinks another 12—15 graves are probably in this cemetery, and hopes th at further research will uncover more markers.

[HI23719] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 G W Flowers

[HI23720] (Research):does not appear in the 1870 census

[HI23724] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 14, Page 51- Filed 23 September 1833 Henry Lung vs Adam Painter, Nancy Painter, Samuel Brubaker Adam Painter of Page County, Virginia came to Ohio in December 1832 to se ll a tract of land in Greene County, Ohio, the title of which was vest ed to him by his mother, Nancy Painter. While in Champaign County he was i nvolved in an action with Solomon Lung and Henry Lung paid Adam's bail a nd bonded Adam's fine in the judgment. In April 1833 Adam pursuaded Hen ry to purchase the Greene County land from Nancy Painter and the pri ce of $1220 was met with Henry paying $600. The plan was to sell the la nd for $1500. Henry signed over notes for $450 and gave Adam $25 to pay h is way back to Virginia. Adam traded the notes to Philip Lung and Samuel B rubaker. When Henry tried to sell the land he only received $601.69 and t he notes that he had signed became due. The court decreed in March 1835 th at Adam and Nancy would be perpetually enjoined from collecting the not es and that Samuel was perpetually barred from transferring the note exce pt to cancel it.

[HI23729] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 12 Township 3 Range 11( NE 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) 09 Feb 1884 George W Flowers to Julia A Beaver, 1 acre NE 1/4 and 2/11 acr es road & 1 acre NW 1/4 Bk62 Pg452

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( NW 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) 09 Feb 1884 George W Flowers to Julia A Beaver, 1 acre, NW 1/4, 1 ac NE 1 /4 & 2/11 acres road Bk62Pg452

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There are several books f or lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions are represented by th is transcription) Lot#95 07 Mar 1853 Samuel & Susannah Batdorf to George W Flowers, lot in S napp addition Bk Y Pg26 Lot# 1 21 Oct 1854 John Coverstone to George W Flowers, entire lot Bk Z Pg 605 Lot # 1 3/5/1856 George W Flowers to John C Clem, entire lot Bk B2 Pg 149

[HI23730] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( NW 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) Lot ? 3/26/1873 M L Frank to Sarah C Flowers, 1 acre & 1 acres & 2/11 acr es Bk 57 Pg291 Lot# 77 10/6/1881 D D Bowersock to Sarah C Flowers, entire lot Bk 57 pg29 1

1880 Census shows wife S C age 38 b MD and parents b MD

[NI23731] CCGS Newsletter pg 110 Oct 2011 Vol 27 NO4 4
The Klapps- A Visit to St Paris by Debbie Young

[HI23731] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 24 Township 3 Range 11 NE 1/4 Section 11/21/1842 Solomon Snapp to George Klapp, 58 acres west end BkRPg187 4/13/1843 Plat, division made by survey, by George Klapp and John Grove B kR Pg268

[NI23732] Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 24 Township 3 Range 11 NE 1/4 Section 11/23/1852 Lydia Klapp etal to George S Klapp 58 acres Bk X Pg284

[DI23732] Citizen and Gazette 17 Jan 1884 A Pioneer
The funeral of Mrs. Lydia Klapp took place at St Paris, Tuesday, the 12th inst. She was 80 years and two months old at her death, and leaves five chii dren, thirty five grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren Besides her own she reared four orphan children. Her husband, Rev. George Klapp, organized the Lutheran church at St Pans just forty years ago, and after serving the newly organized church one year he died, leaving his children to the mercies of God and the care of a most affectionate mother, who was spared to them thirty nine years after the death of the father.

[HI23736] (Research):Poll Book for Election held in Saint Paris Precint 10-9-1877 for or again st new jail. CCGS Newsletter April 1994 Vol 10 # 2 pg 29 M L Flowers

[HI23742] (Research):Living with Aaron and Phoebe Flowers in 1850, Jackson Twp

Children Elizabeth Flowers b: Abt 1856 Lucy Flowers b: Abt 1858 George W Flowers b: 16 AUG 1861 in Noble Co.,IN Anna Matilda Flowers b: 1863 in Noble Co.,IN Carrie Flowers b: 1867 in Noble Co.,IN Sarah E Flowers b: 1869 in Noble Co.,IN Enoch Flowers b: Abt 1872 in Noble Co.,IN Mary Flowers b: Abt 1875 in Noble Co.,IN Henry Flowers b: 1879 in Noble Co.,IN

[HI23743] (Research):Purchased land 40 acres of Section 28 Johnson Twp, Champaign Co, OH 9/1/18 26 from William Julian Located SE1/4

We know from your data that the elder Aaron Flowers (#1 on your chart) h ad at least four sons: Andrew, James, John and Aaron. We know that Jo hn (#6 on your chart) was born in Pennsylvania between 1781-1790, th at he probably grew up in Butler County, OH, and that he later moved to Ch ampaign County, OH. He had a brother, Aaron Jr. (#7 on your chart), abo ut whom we know practically nothing (except for a land purchase in 1826 ), but let's assume that his profile is similar to John's.

I know from my data that an Aaron Flowers was born in Pennsylvania about 1 794, married Jemima Potter on 14 Nov 1816 in Butler County OH, had at lea st four children born in Ohio (possibly Champaign Co.?), and that he mov ed to Madison County, Indiana prior to 1850.

I submit that the two Aaron Flowers discussed above are likely the same pe rson. In fact, I'd say the data matches up well enough that I'm nearly ce rtain of it.

However, the connection to our Samuel Flowers--the one born about 18 00 in Ohio, who moved to Indiana--is less certain. But there's plen ty of circumstantial evidence: i.e., the marriage record of a Samuel Flow ers in Butler County in 1818, and the fact that Aaron Flowers Jr. en ds up living in Madison County, IN, which is the same county where Samuel 's son Jackson is living, in 1850. But I'll have to find a lot more evide nce, like Samuel's will, or perhaps a probate record if Samuel died whi le his children were still minors. At this point, I'm not even certain wh ere Samuel died, but I figure it's got to be in either Rush or Madison cou nties in Indiana.

Anyway, I'd still love to hear any further thoughts you might have. Plea se let me know about that will of Aaron's.

Geoff and Heidi Trowbridge trowbridge@maplenet.net http://www.maplenet.net/~trowbridge

[DI23748] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Ethel M Golden
Name: «tab»Ethel M Golden
Birth Date: «tab»1904
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»East Liverpool
Residence County: «tab»Columbiana
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»31 Jan 1972
Hospital of Death: «tab»East Liverpool City Hospital
City of Death: «tab»East Liverpool
County of Death: «tab»Columbiana
Certificate: «tab»000948
Age at Death: «tab»68
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification
Marital Status: «tab»Married
«tab»

[DI23751] Social Security Death Index
about Ruth Croft
Name: «tab»Ruth Croft
SSN: «tab»299-12-8237
Last Residence: «tab»43224 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Born: «tab»19 Sep 1910
Died: «tab»7 Oct 2009
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)

[NI23753] Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Christ Croft
Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Jennie Curtiner

[DI23753] Name: Harold E Croft Gender: Male Date of Death: 27 January 1988 Birth Date: 26 November 1906 Volume: 27155 Certificate: 000671 Autopsy: 9 Social Security Number: 294108140 Marital Status: Widowed Hispanic Origin: American Place of Death: East Liverpool, Columbiana County Certifier: Physician Race: White Birth Place: Ohio Residence: East Liverpool, Columbiana County Age: 81 Years

[HI23754] (Research):1930 Census Champaign Co, OH Urbana, Dist 23 4/193 Harold Croft, head, 23, md21, OH Holland, OH Ruth M, wife20, md 18 Robert, son age 11m

[HI23756] (Research):Name: William Croft SSN: 297-62-1585 Last Residence: 43162 West Jefferson, Madison, Ohio, United Stat es of America Born: 8 Dec 1934 Died: 15 May 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1973 )

Name: William Herbert Croft Gender: Male Date of Death: 14 May 1998 Birth Date: 08 December 1934 Volume: 31551 Certificate: 040965 Autopsy: No Social Security Number: 297621585 Father's Surname: Croft Time of Death: 10:00 PM Marital Status: Never Married Hispanic Origin: Non Hispanic Place of Death: Nursing Home Years of Schooling: 00 Certifier: Physician Referred to Coroner: No Method of Disposition: Cremation Mother's Surname: Cutler Race: White Birth Place: Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio Residence: Ohio Age: 63

[HI23797] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign County, OH no date c July 1906 Wilbur Hurd, age 7, parent Frederick

[HI23801] (Research):Will mentions son-in-law Nathan Newman

[DI23801] Isaac Curl first saw the light of day at the beginning of the nineteenth [sic] century. He was the son of William and Sarah Ball (Brown) Curl. He was born on 27 APR 1798. At the age of eighteen he left his native land (Hampshire Co. VA) and took up his residence in Clark Co, Ohio. According to marriage records of Ohio Vol. 1A he married Nancy Dawson on 27 JAN 1820 in Clark Co. She was the daughter of Henry Dawson. They had children: Isaac 1824, William H. 1829, Lewis 1830, Verlinda 1832, Ealener 1834. After residing in Clark Co. for a few years they moved to Champaign Twp, Ohio on a farm he left to his son Lewis. He lived here for 30 years. According to The History of Champaign Co. 1881.

[XI23801] Curl, Isaac, 27 Apr 1798-23 Aug 1851, ae 53y 3m 26d (on monument with Nancy Curl)

[XI23802] Curl, Nancy, 30 Jan 1796-19 Dec 1879, ae 83y 10m 19d

[DI23805] name: «tab»Virlinda Clay
gender: «tab»Female
burial date: «tab»
burial place: «tab»
death date: «tab»03 May 1895
death place: «tab»Logan County, Ohio
age: «tab»62
birth date: «tab»1833
birthplace: «tab»Ohio
occupation: «tab»H. W.
race: «tab»White
marital status: «tab»Widowed
spouse's name: «tab»
father's name: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»
mother's name: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»
indexing project (batch) number: «tab»B07060-6
system origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
source film number: «tab»534834
reference number: «tab»v 2 p 35
Citing this Record "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6FW-4MR : accessed 31 Oct 2012), Virlinda Clay, 03 May 1895

[XI23805] Note: aged 62y 11m 29d

[DI23806] CURL «tab»ELLA «tab»«tab»F/W «tab»UNK «tab»0027454 «tab»1918-11-27 «tab»LAKE «tab»LAKE VILLA «tab»18-11-29

[HI23807] (Research):Herold Alexander
Age: 20 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0003
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0195
County: Champaign
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place living alone

[HI23808] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1914 Robert Alexander

[DI23809] Name: Joseph Omer Alexander
Death date: 16 Oct 1914
Death place: Catawba, Clark, Ohio
Birth date: 29 Apr 1828
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Ohio
Age at death: 86 years 5 months 17 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: Farmer
Residence:
Burial date: 18 Oct 1914
Burial place: Asbury
Cemetery name:
Spouse name:
Father name: Thos. Alexander
Father titles:
Father birth place:
Mother name:
Mother titles:
Mother birth place:
GSU film number: 1983282
Digital GS number: 4021310
Image number: 2024
Reference number: fn 53768
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI23810] found a burial record in Spring Grove for a Peter Prince permit #197 internment date 16-Dec-1915 no visible marker as of June 2010

[XI23811] Note from karen Heber
There is a burial record in Spring Grove for Roderick Mitchell Stradling permit#36 undertaker Fromme & Nixon Date of internment 30-Aug-1913. Ohio Death Cert- lists him as the son of Don Stradling and Mary C Heaston Born 8-Aug-1910 death 29-Aug-1913 I did not find a marker when photographing.

[NI23821] Groom's Name: «tab»Robert B. Sloderreck
Groom's Birth Date: «tab»
Groom's Birthplace: «tab»
Groom's Age: «tab»
Bride's Name: «tab»May H. Kizer
Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1865
Bride's Birthplace: «tab»
Bride's Age: «tab»18
Marriage Date: «tab»19 Sep 1883
Marriage Place: «tab»Champaign, Ohio

[HI23828] (Research):34y; bur. 11 Jan 1917, Graceland Cem., SH Co. OH (Lot 62-4); m. #1, .. .; m. #2, 23 Jan 1913 SH Co. OH, Susanna Allen Smith (b. ca. 1873; da u. of Philemon B. & Lydia A. Coleman of SH Co.; had been married previousl y) a.? Darrell Wooley d. 14 July 1907 at St. Mary's in an accident; bur. G raceland Cem.

[HI23830] (Research):Possible family 1880 Census Place Union, Champaign, Ohio Family History Library Film 1 254998
NA Film Number T9-0998 Page Number 464A Hardy HULLINGER Self M Male W 33 OH Farmer OH OH Luticia HULLINGER Wife M Female W 23 OH Keeping Hou se OH OH Florence HULLINGER Dau S Female W 3 OH OH OH Cyrus HULLINGER Son S Male W 1 OH OH OH Jason HULLINGER Brother S Male W 25 OH Farm Frank ZERKLE Nephew S Male W 18 OH Works On Fa rm OH OH

[HI23832] (Research):Name: Jason Hullinger Birthplace: Ohio State: OH 1910 Ag e: 56 Color: W Enumeration District: 0124 Visit: 0068 County: Logan Relatio n: Head of Household Wife Ella 46 Ohio Daughter Carrie 21 Ohio Daughter Ola 19 Ohio Daughter Florence 17 Ohio Son Emmett 16 Ohio Daughter Hazel 15 Ohio Son Bert 13 Ohio Son Irvin 11 Ohio Daughter Olive 09 Ohio Daughter Irene 07 Ohio Daughter Mabel 05 Ohio Son Earl 02 Ohio

[DI23832] Name: «tab»Jason P. Hullinger
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1926
Death Place: «tab»Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»22 Jul 1852
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»73 years 9 months 5 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»29 Apr 1926
Burial Place: «tab»Huntsville, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»Huntsville, O. Cemetery
Spouse's Name: «tab»Ella Hullinger
Father's Name: «tab»John Hullinger
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Chamgaign Co., Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Rebecca Bronstetter
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1984302
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4025186
Image Number: «tab»559
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 25529

[DI23833] Name: «tab»Eliza Russell
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»13 May 1943
Death Place: «tab»Kenton, Hardin, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1856
Birthplace: «tab»Champaigh Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»87 years 9 months
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»301 W. Lincoln Ave.
Occupation: «tab»At Home
Residence: «tab»Ada, Hardin, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»16 May 1943
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»...
Spouse's Name: «tab»John Russell
Father's Name: «tab»John Hullinsger
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Champaign Co., Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Robecca Branstelter
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Champaig, Co., Ohio
Film Number: «tab»2024132
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4121852
inf_carl russell
Image Number: «tab»2594
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 31699

[HI23835] (Research):1903 Clark Co, Tremont City RFD 1 City Directory- R Steinbarger, Mrs Ett a, Anna, Warren, Joseph and Myrtle

1930 Census is Albert Miller, age 23, single, grandson

[DI23835] Name : Rolandus Steinberger Titles : Death date : 29 Mar 1933
Death place : Salem, Champaign, Ohio Birth date : 04 Jun 1851
Estimated birth year : Birth place : Bowlusville, Champaign Age at death : 84 years 8 months 25 days Gender : Male Marital status : Married Race or color : Caucasian Street address :
Occupation : Residence : Burial date : 31 Mar 1933 Burial place : Cemetery name : Fair View Spouse name : Mary Etta Steinberger Father name : Isaac Steinberger
Father titles : Father birth place : Champaign Mother name : Maria Ward
Mother titles : Mother birth place : Champaign GSU film number : 1992869 Digital GS number : 4001873 Image number : 1717 Certificate number : fn 13500 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23845] (Research):Parentage not proven

[DI23847] me: «tab» Lavina Fulkerson
[Lavina Owen]
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» abt 1829
Death Date: «tab» 18 Jan 1916
Age at Death: «tab» 87
Death Location: «tab» King, Washington
Father: «tab» Usal Owen
Mother: «tab» Elizabeth Grafton
Record Source: «tab» Washington State Death Records

[HI23850] (Research):obit of dau Mildred names mother as Sarah Johnson

[HI23853] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Vol 22 No 1 pg 16 Jan 2006 St Paris Ohio Graduates 1934-19 39 From St Paris Ohio Graduates June 10 1993 by Janet Evilsizor Worthingto n 1937-Beulah Owens Goldsberry

[DI23854] Social Security Death Index about Charles Goldsberry
Name: «tab»Charles Goldsberry
SSN: «tab»268-18-3984
Last Residence: «tab»Ohio
Born: «tab»26 Sep 1915
Died: «tab»Nov 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)
Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 about Charles K Goldsberry
Name: «tab»Charles K Goldsberry
Birth Date: «tab»1916
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Urbana
Residence County: «tab»Champaign
Residence state: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»2 Nov 1973
Hospital of Death: «tab»Osu Medical Ctr
City of Death: «tab»Columbus (Pt)
County of Death: «tab»Franklin
Certificate: «tab»085356
Age at Death: «tab»57
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Married

[HI23860] (Research):Luther and Angeline were located in the 1850 Mad River Tp. census. They we re not located in the 1860 census, which would have listed their older chi ldren. Apparently, Angeline was not able to hold the family together aft er Luther died, and the children were "farmed out" to be raised by other f amilies. Angeline, herself, was found living with non-relatives through t he 1880 census. The names of the children have been gleaned from the 18 70 and 1880 census records.

Zachariah Putnam, who compiled his will on 27 May 1847, naming Angeli ne as the daughter of his son, Ambrose Putnam, deceased (probated 16 Nov 1858, CH Co. Will Book C, Page 2 58). On 6 September 1856, Luther and Angeline, sold her share of an undivi ded ninth, part of the south-east quarter of Section 5 Township 3 Ran ge 11 (Jackson Tp.) to Henry Putnam (Deed Book 32, Page 114).

[HI23862] (Research):4 dau and one son. Mrs Holding, Mrs Patterson, Mrs Elwell, Mrs Henry Mill er and Ed Owen,.

Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 278 Dec 3, 1840 William B ecame gdn of Angeline Putnam c9yr minor heir of Ambrose Putnam, dec'd. Sur ity William Putnam

[HI23863] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 278 Dec 3, 1840 William B acome gdn of Angeline Putnam c9yr minor heir of Ambrose Putnam, dec'd. Sur ity William Putnam

[HI23867] (Research):Charles Owens b. ca. 1862 living in the county Infirmary in 1870 He m ay be the Charles Owen who married Matilda Ann Eaton on 9 September 1889 in Woodville, CH Co. (S t. Paris Era Dispatch, Thurs., 12 September 1889). If so, he was the fath er of: a. George C. Owen(s) b. 8 Feb 1892 Shelby Co. OH; d. 5 Jan 1970 Urban a; CH Co.; bur. Spring Grove Cem., Millerstown, Johnson Tp., CH Co.; m. Es ther V. … (b. 1911)
1. George C. Owen(s) Jr. b. 1938; d. 1939; bu r. Spring Grove Cem.

Obit mentions surving wife (no name) and three daughters and one s on by a former marriage, Mrs hazel Yoder, Mrs Ruth Golditz, Mrs mabel harr is, and George Owen. Four children of his thrid marriage who are War ds of the Montgomery Co Childrens home at Dayton; three brothers, John, Al onzo, and Ed, three sisters, Mrs Sallie Neff, Mrs Lizzie Deer and Mrs Mol ly Zerkle

Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index Record Name: Charles Owen Birthplace: Ohio State: OH Age: 34 Color: W Enumeration District: 0143 Visit: 0098 County: Shelby Relation: Head of Household Wife Anna D 28 Ohio Son Duain 05 Ohio Son Adrain E 02 Ohio

[HI23868] (Research):Living in 1870 with her mother and household of Albert J and Maria A Guthr idge. It is not known if Albert Rutledge was a relation to Darius J Guthri dge who married Jane owens.

Champaign Co OH-Urbana Citizen & Gazette Abstracts 1871-1884-by CCGS, P at Stickley. 6/6/1878 Md 28th May at res of brides mother by Rev A J Imhof f, Eli Elwell of Springfield and Miss Zella Owens of Urbana.

A family sheet submitted in thr CCGS Nesletter Vol 19 No 3 Jul/Aug.Spt 20 03 by Julian "Frost" James 409 Hwy 30 # 20, Filer, Idaho, 83328 indicat ed Laura Adella Owens married Aaron E Branch 4/7/1883 in Clark Co, OH. I w as unable to locate them in the 1900 census, however at the time of her mo thers death in 1907 she was marreid to a Ewell. The family sheet says th ey had a dau Charlotte Mae born 9/20/1888 died 6/18/1959 married George Oh ler 7/8/1908 ( This canot be the daughter of Luther Owens)

1860 Logan Co, Bloomfiled, OH Luther Owens, 33 OH Runetta OWens, 9 OH Lottie Owens, 7 OH Zella Owens, 4, OH Edward Owens, 2, OH mary E 1 OH

1900 Clark Co Springfield, OH Zella Elwell, head, 1/1855, 45, wd, 6/5 Mabel, dau, 11/1878 Miller, son, June 1871 Harry, son 1/1884 Frank,,son, 8/1886 Irene, dau 11/1889

[DI23873] Name: Lucinda Gertrude Lutz
Death date: 14 Oct 1925
Death place: Urbana Champaign, Ohio
Birth date: 04 Nov 1856
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Westville, O.
Age at death: 68 years 11 months 10 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address: 316 E. Water St., 2nd Ward
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Burial date: 17 Oct 1925
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Nettle Creek
Spouse name: Rema D. Lutz
Father name: Orvill C. Owen
Father titles:
Father birth place: Champ. Co., O.
Mother name: Sarah Richards
Mother titles:
Mother birth place: Va.
GSU film number: 1992680
Digital GS number: 4001699
Image number: 2759
Reference number: fn 55347
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[HI23882] (Research):As diana was an heir fo her father, her portion of the estate had to be di stributed to her siblings. There was an inventory and appraisal dated 7/3/ 1849 which dealt with her portion of the estate.

[HI23885] (Research):They were not located in the 1850 Census Index of Ohio, each entry was che cked under the name of John Owens in the following counties: Clark, Champa ign, Logan, Madison and Union. John and his wife, Phebe, left few recor ds and thus their family can not be accurately listed. On 28 September 182 5, John & Phebe Owens sold his portion of his father’s estate to Alfred Ow ens for $150 (CH Co. Deed Book G, Page 237). No record was ever found whe re John Owens purchased land in Champaign County, therefore, he probably had nothing to leave to his heirs. Since there was no esta te to be distributed, no guardianship records were recorded. John was livi ng with his mother in the 1830 census, but Phebe was in a household in Con cord Township. This may have been errors on the part of the census taker s, or they may have been separated at the time. By 1840 they were livi ng in Mad River Township. As John was yet living when his father’s esta te was settled, 27 July 1841 (Gutridge vs Owens), his family members we re not listed in the suit. The ages of the children have been gleaned fr om the census records in 1830 and 1840. The possible names of the children have been taken from the 1850 a nd 1860 census records. Even though the children were probably farmed o u” to earn a living at an early age, they appear to have remained in the v icinity of relatives.

Champaign County, Ohio Civil Suits, abstracted by Pat Stickley

Supreme Court Record, June 1832 - Divorce John Owen vs Phebe Owen; married 27 February 1823; 5 children (2 so ns 3 daughters) 1 child deceased; Phebe left him 3 years ago and liv es in adultery with Oliver Lillard of Westville.

Record Book 15, Page 190 — Filed 19 April 1838 John Owen, James H. Spain a nd David F. Spain vs Heirs of Richard Landsdale deceased Richard Landsda].e died in 1821 seized of In—Lot Numbers 19, 20 and 21 a nd Out-tot Numbers 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Mechanicsburg. Richard’s heirs wer e: no widow; Margaret tandsdalLe wife of Samuel Williams of Champaign Coun ty; William L. Landsdale of Champaign County; Thomas Landsdale of Maryland ; Alphens tandsdale of Maryland; Isaac Landsdale of Illinois; Richard H. tan dsdale of Illinois and Rezin Landsdale of unknown residence. Richard H. La ndsdale had sold his interest to John Owen, James H. and David F. Spain. T he court appointed appraisers were:William Curl, Andrew Staley and Jac ob R. Ware, who swore their statements before Jno. Baker, Justice of the Pea ce of Goshen Township on 15 June 1838. The lots were divided among the hei rs. John Owen Will Book G pg 102 Rush Twp died 10/31/1889 probated 11/6/1889 Heirs- Artemisa Swisher, dau, Crystal Springs, KS; Nancy A Woen, dau, Wood stock; Thomas N Owen, sin, Woodstock; Nannie Swisher, grdau Mechanicsburg. Dau Nancy A Owen $1600 to be paid to her by mu son Thomas N Owen with in 2 years of my death; son Thomas N Owen all property real and perosnal e xcept the $1600 mentioned above. I have given daus Artemisa Swisher and Sa rah M Swisher their shares. Son Thomas Exec Wit: Eli Romine, J W Romine, Julian Howard Signed 9/19/1873 Codicil 25 Sept 1889 I have given to Dau Nany Ann Owen my promissary note for $2000 payable wit hin 2 years of my death so revoke above $1600

[HI23887] (Research):Parentage not proven From Denise K Moore I assumed that Israel Owens is a descendant of William Owens and Jane Dowd en, and may be the illegitimate child of John Owens, but I have no proo f. Israel was listed in the 1850 Logan County census with Alanson Owens a nd both were in the household of Henry Schoonover, Alanson's father-in-law .

[HI23888] (Research):September 2, 1900 John Owens and wife and Mrs Israel owens of Springfield spent Friday wi th Ira Owens family.

[HI23889] (Research):ZERKLE MARIETT County Name: CLARK Date of Death: 3/12/1933 Volume Number: 11 Certificate Number: 19350

Name : Marietta Zerkle
Death date : 12 Mar 1933
Death place : Springfield, Clark, Ohio
Birth date : 20 May 1867
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Champaign, Ohio
Age at death : 65 years 9 months 25 days
Gender : Female
Marital status : Married
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address : 1111 W. Broadway
Occupation : Housewife
Residence :
Burial date : 15 Mar 1933
Burial place : Tremont
Cemetery name :
Spouse name : Oscar Zerkle
Father name : Ira Owen
Father titles :
Father birth place : Champaign, Ohio
Mother name : Marietta Owen
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : Champaign, Ohio
GSU film number : 1992871
Digital GS number : 4001875
Image number : 1553
Reference number : fn 19350
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[BI23894] name: «tab»John Orville Dear
gender: «tab»Male
baptism/christening date: «tab»
baptism/christening place: «tab»
birth date: «tab»10 Nov 1900
birthplace: «tab»Fremont, Clark, Ohio
death date: «tab»
name note: «tab»
race: «tab»White
father's name: «tab»Clinton Dear
father's birthplace: «tab»
father's age: «tab»
mother's name: «tab»Elizabeth Owens
mother's birthplace: «tab»
mother's age: «tab»
indexing project (batch) number: «tab»C00802-3
system origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
source film number: «tab»466658
reference number: «tab»v 4 p 95
Citing this Record "Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962," index,
FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XDT2-BPF : accessed 29 Oct 2012),
Clinton Dear in entry for John Orville Dear, 10 Nov 1900.

[NI23897] Dau of George Wilt and America Tuvell of Ross Co, OH

[HI23901] (Research):V. Orville D. Owens – mentioned in Chancery Record Book 10, Page 270, fil ed 3 June 1828. On 2 Jan 1829 Orville D. Owens sold his portion of the und ivided eighth part of the 240 acres to Asel Owens (Deed Book I, Page 7 9) – no further record

[NI23907] Biographical sketches, History of Union Co, Iowa pg533
D J Guthridge, one of the early business men of Afton, was born in Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio in 1811. He was reared to merchantile persuits, and served an apprenticeship to the business in Xenia, Ohio. He was a merchant nearly all of his business life. He was married in his native state to Mary Heston, born in Adams County, Pennsylvania in 1821. IN 1851 Mr Guthridge removed with his family to Oskaloosa Iowa where he lived three years, and came to Afton in 1855, entering at once into business here, shipping his stock of goods from Oskaloosa. At one time he had a store in Murray, and one at Quincey, Adams, County, his rresidence being at Afton, where he carried on his main business. He died at Afton of paralysis, April 30, 1880. Mrs Guthridge resides at Afton. They were the parents of seven children, two sons and five daughters, six are now living- Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan, Mrs Margaret Davis, Adolphus, an attorney, residing on a farm near Creston, Mrs Belle Himmelrich, Mrs Kate Van Patton and Darius J . A daughter Emma Alice died at the age of seven years. Mr Guthridge was a man very highly respected in hisw community and contributed a great deal to the advancement of the town.

History of Union Co, Iowa pg714
...During the season numerous other buildings were erected, the most important of which was a frame store building, 20x40, one and a half stories high, built by J Norris, and rented to D J Guthridge, who in the fall of 1855 filled it with a fine stock of general merchandise, by far the finest stock in the county.

History of Union Co, Iowa pg79 Skethces, Map and Directory fo Union County
D J Guthridge is a native of Champaign County Ohio, where he was born Feb 12, 1811, in which county he resided, receiving a common school education, until his fiftennth year; his father dying at that time, he was taken from school and placed in a mercantile firm located in Xenia, Ohio in whose service he continued 10 years. IN his 25th year, he married and settled down to business and in 1852 moved to Oskaloosa, where he engaged in business as a merchant. In April 1855 together with others prospecting the country, he visited the sites of Afton and Mount Ayr, and concluded to invest in Afton real estate and erected the first frame storehouse in that town. Settling down in the goods business in Afton, he experienced all the inconvenience of frontier life having to team his goods from the Mississippi River, requiring sixteen to twenty days to make the round trip. Businessmen now, in this Centennial, 1876, who have their goods put down at their door, know but little about the disadvantages of trade in Union County in 1856. Of his means, he contributed, with others to build up the interests of the town, and is today, with one or two exceptions, the oldest citizen of the town. In the early controversy, Afton and Highland, which should be the county seat, he took a lively interest in favor of Afton, and contributed more than any other man for its continuance at the former place. The last ten years, he has devoted much of his time, and most of his means to the improvement of the farm, comprising the southeast quarter of Section 7 Twp 72 Range 28 and the NW 1/4 of the N W 1/4 of Sec 17, Twp 72 Range 28 and the south 1/2 of SE 1/2 of the S E 1/4 Sec 8 Twp 72 Range 28- in all 220 acres, all of which is under fence, and 152 1/2 acres in cultivation, having Grand River on the east boundary for three quarters of a mile, beside being intersected by Pigsah Branch making all together a most desirable home.

Handwritten letter by Edith Mary Martin March 11, 1947
Information given by my mother, Edith Myers Martin, 3/11/1947
Myers and Guthridge Families Afton Iowa to Brookfield, Missouri.
After the civil war, the following members of the Myers and Guthridge families and friends moved down to Brookville (sic?), from Afton, Iowa.
1. Lewis K Myers and wife Mary Guthridge Myers. They had no children at the time since they had lost their first child, Emma. Uncle Will (2nd child) and my mother Edith Myers Martin (3rd child) were all born in Brookville. When my mother was 2 years old her family moved to Wellington, KS from Brookville, MO, where they had lived for 5 years.
2. Uncle Charile Moses Guthridge and wife.
3. Aunt Lou Guthridge Marley and husband.
4. Uncle A W Myers and wife
5. Dr Roberts and wife were friends of the family. Their daughter married Uncle Thomas Myers (brother of Lewis K Myers). She was Aunt Lizzie (Elizabeth Tamer Roberts)

The First visit my grandmother Mary Myers made after coming to Kansas was to Afton Iowa, when her father Darius Judson Guthridge was paralyzed. She took with her my mother, Edith Myers, who was 8 years old. They stayed 3 months. He lived 4 years after becoming paralyzed. At the time of her father's death, my grandmother and Aunty May (then almost 2 yrs old) had the measles. (April 1880). When my mother was 13 years old (and Aunty May was 4 yrs old), my grandmother Mary Myers took them on a visit to Brookfield (sic?), MO to see Uncle A. W.

My mother's uncle Charile Moses Guthridge was about 5 years older than her mother, Mary Guthridge. This would mean he was born in 1835. My mother is not positive about this..

Note from R Cochran 8/2009 when I asked for any documentation of Darius parentage:
Unfortunately I do not have Rev. John Gutridge's family Bible record. He must have had one-- he was a Baptist circuit rider, for Pete's sake! The closest I've come to it is when Margaret, his widow, applied for War of 1812 pension benefits and cited the Bible record, showing their marriage date. Georgia Brake Todd in her 1939 book God's Infinite Variety- An American, notes that she descendend from the 12th of the 13 children of Rev. John Gutridge and Margaret Parkinson. (that would be Margaret Eliza Guthridge (b. 1825), wife of Abram Brake. I do have a couple of listings of the Rev. John Gutridge children compiled by descendants that moved out to California. However, so far as I know, they also did not draw on a family Bible record. In reality, the reason I started the massive research on the Gut(h)ridge family was to ascertain where Sarah Gutridge Bidwell (1818-1900) fit into the clan. She IS a child of Moses Gutridge, and after chasing that family down to Indiana and Kansas, I have a very good grasp of that family. Moses didn't leave a family Bible, but there are some pretty comprehensive sketches that help sort all that out.

[HI23907] (Research):Some Information on the Gutridge family from http://library.ferris.edu/~cochranr/ (Richard Cochran)

His ancestry, stems from John Gutridge who was listed as a resident of the settlement of Limestone, Virginia (later Mason County, Kentucky) on 22 August 1786. John Gutridge probably knew Simon Kenton, at least by reputation, if not personally. By 1810 John had purchased land in Champaign County and was noted on the tax list. John raised his family in Wayne Township.

[DI23907] The Enterprise, Alfton, Iowa May 6, 1880
Mr D J Guthridge died at his residence on last Fraday. Mr Guthridge had reached the age of 70 years. He was an old and much respected citizen of Afton. Rev Miller preached the funeral sermon at the M E Church on Sunday morning.

[XI23907] Original Section Lot 73 Space 1

[HI23908] (Research): They were living with the family of Henry & Rhoda Schoonover in Stokes To wnship, Logan County, Ohio in 1850. In this census they had one child a nd also, Israel Owens b. ca. 1832 OH, was in the household. A quit claim for Alanson’s portion for his father’s land is not on fi le in Champaign County. He should have been 21 years about 1845 and wou ld have been able to execute a deed in his own right. The quit claim fr om Jane Owens to Abraham Hess on 19 July 1845 (Deed Book S, Page 249) h as not been examined. However, this deed may, in fact, be from both Jane O wens and her son, Alanson.

I assumed that Israel Owens is a descendant of William Owens and Jane Dowd en, and may be the illegitimate child of John Owens, but I have no proo f. Israel was listed in the 1850 Logan County census with Alanson Owens a nd both were in the household of Henry Schoonover, Alanson's father-in-law .

[HI23909] (Research):1900 Champaign Co, Adams, OH Dist 11 George McAlexander, head, 11/1860, 39 OH OH OH Rosa, wife, 8/1862,37 md18y 4ch 3 living Lotta M, dau, 5/1884, 16 single, Alta F, dau, 11/1886, 13 Benjamin R, son, 11/1889, 10 Alfred Perkeypile, father in law 10/1837, 62, widower OH VA PA

MCALEXANDER, George Death date: 2/3/1927, Logan County Volu me #5280, Certificate #10361

[HI23912] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg473 Jan 11 1867 Henry Idle gdn of Mar ion McAlexander 20 yr Aug 20 1866; David McAlexander 17yr 7 Nov 1866; Jere miah McAlexander 13yr 27 Nov 1866; heirs of David McAlexander dec'd Surit ies P Comer and Henry McAlexander

[DI23914] pg107 4/9/1891 John Hall died at his fathers, Rev Flemmon Hall, residing in Tennessee, both were former Champaign County residents

[DI23915] Name: «tab»Effie O. Parlett
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»18 Oct 1914
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»14 Jan 1859
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»55 years 9 months 4 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»House Wife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»20 Oct 1914
Burial Place: «tab»Urbana, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Isaah Baker
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Mother's Name: «tab»Priscilla Brown
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1983282
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021310
Image Number: «tab»1923
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 53681

[HI23917] (Research):CCGS News Vol 22 No3 pg 88 Western Citizen July 5 1842 Remaining in the post office at Urbana, Ohio on the evening of June 30 18 42, which if not taken by the 1st day of October 1842, will be sent to t he General Post Office as dead letters John Hall

Book 29 pg 538 Filed 13 July 1861 petition Samuel Bousman & Wife vs Fleming Hall and others On 18 June 1853 Elizabeth Bousman owned 1/6 of an undivided estate and con veyed her interest to Fleming Hall on 3 April 1856. The land was Lot numbe rs 13 and 14 in Millerstown and 106 acres of land located on the west si de of the NE 1/4 section 35 twp 4 range 12 (Concord). The land was subje ct to the dower estate of Elizabeth Hall, widow of John Hall. Fleming ga ve Samuel and Elizabeth a promissary note for her portion, which had not b een paid.

[HI23918] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg473 Jan 11 1867 Henry Idle gdn of Mar ion McAlexander 20 yr Aug 20 1866; David McAlexander 17yr 7 Nov 1866; Jere miah McAlexander 13yr 27 Nov 1866; heirs of David McAlexander dec'd Surit ies P Comer and Henry McAlexander

Hardin Co, Ohio Beers McDONALD TOWNSHIP. - 975 J. Mc ALEXANDER, farmer, P. O. Belle Centre. was born in Champaign Count y, Ohio, Novernber 27, 1853. He is a son of David and Elizabeth McAlexande r, the former, a native of Ohio, was born March 16, 1818 ; the latter, a n ative of Virginia, was born April 29, 1820. They were married January 1 1, 1838, in Champaign County, Ohio, where Mr. McAlexander died Janua ry 5, 1867, and his wife, April 26, 1864. The subject of this sketch was u nited in marriage, September 14, 1871, to Melissa J. Goslee, born in Hard in County, Ohio, November 20, 1849, a daughter of John and Mary A. Gosle e. She is a member of the Disciple Church. They have been blessed with o ne child, Oro, born November 27, 1872. On coming to Hardin County, Mr. McA lexander purchased eighty acres of land, which he has since improved. a nd on which he and his family reside. He has followed farming and has m et with good success. He is still young, has many useful years before hi m, and is a man ever ready to encourage and promote the general intere st of the county.

Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography pg 217

[HI23919] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg473 Jan 11 1867 Henry Idle gdn of Mar ion McAlexander 20 yr Aug 20 1866; David McAlexander 17yr 7 Nov 1866; Jere miah McAlexander 13yr 27 Nov 1866; heirs of David McAlexander dec'd Surit ies P Comer and Henry McAlexander

Cemetery stone says born 1850

MCALEXANDER DAVID County Name: LOGAN Date of Death: 3/17/1919 Volume Number: 2936 Certificate Number: 20347

1880 Census Place Adams, Champaign, Ohio Family History Library Film 1 254998
NA Film Number T9-0998 Page Number 199B John MCINTIRE Self M Male W 25 OH Laborer OH OH Sarah MCINTIRE Wife M Female W 23 OH Keeping Hou se OH OH John MCINTIRE Son S Male W 5 OH OH OH Mary A. MCINTIRE Dau S Female W 4 OH OH OH Olive MCINTIRE Dau S Female W 2 OH OH OH Franklin MCINTIRE Son S Male W 2M OH OH OH David MCALAXANDER Other W Male W 27 OH Laborer VA OH

[DI23921] Name: «tab»Shroyer
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»11 Apr 1911
Death Place: «tab»Perry, Shelby, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»11 Apr 1911
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Perry Township
Death Age: «tab»1 day
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Glin
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Scott Shroyer
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Logan Co, O.
Mother's Name: «tab»Minnie Looney
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Craig Co, Vr.
Film Number: «tab»1952985
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021103
Image Number: «tab»1940
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 24024

[HI23925] (Research):Selina Smucker
Age: 45 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0135
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0202
County: Logan, West Liberty
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Daughter Carrie ??9 Ohio Daughter Mary A 16 Ohio

Name: Carrie Mcalexander Gender: Female Date of Death: 31 May 1973 Volume: 21307 Certificate: 040211 Autopsy: No Autopsy Marital Status: Widowed Place of Death: , Shelby County Certifier: Physician Race: White Residence: , Shelby County Age: 82 Years

[HI23932] (Research):Funeral home records in Chamapaign county incorrectly name her husba nd as ADAM Pence. Richard Pence research shows his name was Moses Pence.

[HI23933] (Research):Shenandoah Co 1900 with stepson Franklin Romack and 1910 with two sons.

[HI23937] (Research):Name: Ella Mcalexander Gender: Female Date of Death: 18 January 1972 Volume: 20741 Certificate: 001068 Autopsy: Unknown Marital Status: Widowed Place of Death: Galion, Crawford County Certifier: Physician Race: White Residence: Galion, Crawford County Age: 91 Years

[HI23940] (Research):Name: CLARA P MCALEXANDER Gender: Female Date of Death: May 18, 1962 Volume: 16917 Certificate: 39739 Marital Status: Widowed Place of Death: Sidney, Shelby County Race: White Residence: , Logan County Age: 78

[DI23948] URBANA - Doris M. Zerkle, 93 of Urbana, Ohio passed away, Friday, December 12, 2014 in Springfield Regional Medical Center.

She was born August 23, 1921 in Pitchin, Ohio. Doris was a 1939 graduate of Lawrenceville High School. She was a devoted member of the Terre Haute United Methodist Church. Doris enjoyed cooking and baking, especially cookies. She was talented at crafts, such as sewing, needlepoint and crocheting.

Most of all she loved her family and they will deeply miss her; husband of 71 years, Donald K. Zerkle, daughters, Carol (Ronald) Wolford of Orient, OH, and Nancy (Ray) Steele of New Carlisle, OH; sons, Gary Zerkle of Plain City, OH, Donald, Jr. (Lois) Zerkle of Urbana, OH; grandchildren, Christopher (Susan), Curtis, Aaron (Michelle), Tony (Debbie) & Avery (Jaclyn) Zerkle, Adam (Jessica) & Nathan (Cindy) Steele and Penny (Matthew) Norris; 16 great grandchildren; a sister, Ruth Clemans, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, James and Bessie (Bazil) Canter, her brothers, Wendell, Lowell and Herman Canter and her sisters, Helen Canter and Esther Marshall.

A gathering of family and friends will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 in the VERNON FUNERAL HOME, Urbana. Funeral services to celebrate Doris's life will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 in the Terre Haute United Methodist Church with Revs. David Yinger and Paul Jones officiating. Burial will follow in Terre Haute Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Terre Haute United Methodist Church, 5938 state Route 55, Urbana, Ohio 43078. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.vernonfh.com

[HI23952] (Research):1900 Census is Oliver M Gephart, 12/1879, boarding and Harriett Haddix, mother, 11/1833, 66, widow, 1/1 OH NJ NJ

[DI23952] Name: «tab»Frank Haddix
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»03 Jun 1938
Death Place: «tab»Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»20 Feb 1864
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Osborn, Ohio
Death Age: «tab»74 years 3 months 13 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»American
Street Address: «tab»R. R. #4
Occupation: «tab»Retired Farmer
Residence: «tab»Urbana, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»07 Jun 1938
Burial Place: «tab»Fairfield, O.
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Amelia Haddix
Father's Name: «tab»Geo. W. Haddix
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia
Mother's Name: «tab»Harriet Casad
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Fairfield, Ohio
Film Number: «tab»2023608
Digital Folder Number: «tab»
Image Number: «tab»730
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 36472

[DI23954] SHAFFER, Mildred "Mick" 89, formerly of Springfield, Ohio passed away September 24, 2014 in The Kobacker House in Columbus. She was born January 25, 1925 to the late Chester & Nellie (Shroyer) Frantz. She was preceded in death by her husband Wendell "Lee" Shaffer; a daughter, Rhonda Shaffer. She is survived by her daughter, Rita & Jim Hines of Columbus; grandsons, Matt (Aimee) Hines and Chris Hines; two great grandchildren, Will & Ellie Hines; a sister, Joan Thackery; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She played the organ for 58 years at Asbury United Methodist Church and Newson Missionary Church & Tipp City Church of the Nazarene. Visitation will be 3-6 PM Sunday, September 28, 2014 at the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funeral services will be 11 AM Monday in the Tipp City Church of the Nazarene with a visitation one hour prior with Rev. Bradley Warkentine officiating. Burial will be in Terre Haute Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Tipp City Church of the Nazarene or the Kobacker House

[HI23955] (Research):More family genealogy at www.gencircles.com

Death certificate names father Carl Gebert and mother Minni (Mimi?) Ladwich
Informant William Gebertm 2756 Cherry St
Occupation Taylor
Address 2756 Cherry, Kansas City
Married

[NI23956] Name: «tab»Charles Dalton
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»28 Aug 1929
Event Place: «tab»Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»21
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1908
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»William Dalton
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Lora Wamsley
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Helen E. Shepard
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»16
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1913
Spouse's Father: «tab»Roy Shepard
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Thersel Geny
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»97
Film Number: «tab»545417
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016846
Image Number: «tab»500

[DI23960] Name: «tab»Harriet Haddix
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»23 Feb 1915
Death Place: «tab»Mad River Twp, Clarke, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»26 Nov 1833
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ohio
Death Age: «tab»81 years 2 months 28 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»27 Feb 1915
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Fairfield
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Reuben Casad
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»New York
Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Ro...Kafield
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»New York
Film Number: «tab»1983340
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021365
Image Number: «tab»1000
Certificate Number: «tab»cn 6580

[HI23962] (Research):No record beyond death of child, 1866

[DI23965] Name: «tab»Peter Baylor
«tab»
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»15 Mar 1937
Event Place: «tab»Bethel, Clark, Ohio
Residence: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»Clark County Home
Gender: «tab»Male
Death Age: «tab»91y 18d
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race: «tab»White
Occupation: «tab»Retired
Birth Date: «tab»27 Feb 1846
Birthplace: «tab»Penn.
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1846
Burial Date: «tab»17 Mar 1937
Burial Place: «tab»Fremont City
Cemetery: «tab»
Father: «tab»John Baylor
Father's «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Penn.
Mother: «tab»Catherine Feerce
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Penn.
Spouse: «tab»
Spouse's «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»fn 22474
Film Number: «tab»2023494
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020739
Image Number: «tab»2034

[HI23974] (Research):d/o R & S FLicklinger

[DI23976] Name: Florenc M Jones Age at Death: 70 Date of Death: 30 Dec 1968 City of Death: Clark County County of Death: Clark Volume: 19482 Certificate: 092237 Date of Birth: Est. 1898 Gender: Female Marital Status: Married Race: White County of Residence: Clark State of Residence: Ohio Country of Residence: United States Hospital of Death: Home Certifier: Physician Autopsy: No autopsy

[HI23980] (Research):David Runkle Found In: Census Microfilm Reports: 1860 Ohio Living in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio On July 17th, 1860 Series: M653 Microfilm: 942 Page: 271B David Runkle - - - - 60 yrs. - - - Farmer - - - 4,400 - - 700 - - Virginia Mary A. - - - - - - - - -49 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Virginia B. E. - - - - - - - - - - - -8 yrs. - - - Fema le - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ohio (Barbara Elizabeth d/o Levi?)

David Runkle Found In: Census Microfilm Reports: 1870 Ohio Living in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio On June 7th, 1870 Series: M593 Microfilm: 1179 Page: 319B David Runkle - - - - - 69 yrs, - - - Farmer - - - -7,000 - - 400 - - - Vir ginia Mary A. - - - - - - - - - -60 yrs. - - -Keeping Hou se - - - - - - - - - - - Virginia Barbara E. - - - - - - - 17 yrs. - - -At Ho me - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Ohio (Barbara Elizabeth?)

Mary Ann Runkle Found In: Census Microfilm Reports: 1880 Ohio Living in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio Source: FHL Film 1254998 Series: T9 Microfilm: 998 Page: 305D Tully Runkle - - - - - Head - - - 21 yrs. - Married - - - Works on Fa rm - - - - - Ohio - - Ohio - - Ohio Sarah M. - - - - - - - - Wife - - - -28 yrs. - Married - - Keeps Hou se - - - - - - - -Ohio - - Ohio - - Ohio Ada V. - - - - - - - - - - -Dau. - - - - 4 mos. - Sing le - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Ohio - - Ohio - - Ohio Barbara - - - - - - - -Cousin - - - 27 yrs. - Divorc ed - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ohio - - Ohio - - Ohio Ann - - - - - - - - GrandMother - 70 yrs. - Wid ow - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Vir. - - - Vir. - - - Vir. Cora Ann Gabriel - Cousin - - - 7 yrs. - Sing le - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Ohio - - Ohio - - Ohio

[HI23981] (Research):There is a John Hoak age 70 in Chapaign Co, St Paris pg 283 b MD in the 18 70 Census. Wife Matilda 58, dau Sarah 26 and son Elisha 17

[HI23984] (Research):1850 Champaign Co, Johnson, OH pg 360 15 111 111 Pence William 41 M Farmer 3 00 VA 16 111 111 Pence Susannah 38 F VA 17 111 111 Pence Eliza A 16 F OH 18 111 111 Pence Mary J 14 F OH 19 111 111 Pence Solomon 12 M OH 20 111 111 Pence Jacob 9 M OH 21 111 111 Pence Susannah 5 F OH 22 111 111 Pence James 3 M OH 23 111 111 Pence Sarah C 1 F OH

[HI23985] (Research):TOOMIRE, Frances L. 89, passed away Tuesday, February 14, 2006 in Heartla nd of Urbana. Visitation will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Sunday in the Vern on Funeral Home, Urbana. Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday in t he funeral home. Published in the Springfield News-Sun on 2/17/2006.

[HI23986] (Research):Champaign Co Guardianship & Indentures Vol 1 pg 383 Mar 31 1847 Samuel Bat dorf gdn of Mary Ann Hoak 14yr; Amos Hoak 7 yr; Simon Peter Hoak 5yr; Loui sa Hoak 3 yr minor heirs of Isaac Hoak, dec'd. Surities Henry Maggert, Jo hn Maggert

[HI23988] (Research):PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Record Book 14, Page 51- Filed 23 September 1833 Henry Lung vs Adam Painter, Nancy Painter, Samuel Brubaker Adam Painter of Page County, Virginia came to Ohio in December 1832 to se ll a tract of land in Greene County, Ohio, the title of which was vest ed to him by his mother, Nancy Painter. While in Champaign County he was i nvolved in an action with Solomon Lung and Henry Lung paid Adam's bail a nd bonded Adam's fine in the judgment. In April 1833 Adam pursuaded Hen ry to purchase the Greene County land from Nancy Painter and the pri ce of $1220 was met with Henry paying $600. The plan was to sell the la nd for $1500. Henry signed over notes for $450 and gave Adam $25 to pay h is way back to Virginia. Adam traded the notes to Philip Lung and Samuel B rubaker. When Henry tried to sell the land he only received $601.69 and t he notes that he had signed became due. The court decreed in March 1835 th at Adam and Nancy would be perpetually enjoined from collecting the not es and that Samuel was perpetually barred from transferring the note exce pt to cancel it.

[HI23996] (Research):Obits have a Mrs Irene Meacham aged 85 years who died 4/7/1872 in Woodsto ck. Born 11/22/1776 in CT

CCGS News Fall 1988 Joseph Meacham died 12/14/1867 age 55 in Rush Twp. Born PA, farmer, typho id fever

[HI23997] (Research):daughter of Henry (Emaniel Heinrich) Long (Lung) & Barbara (Barbar y) …, in Rockingham Co., VA. Born ? in ?Rockingham Co., VA.

[HI24013] (Research):Deed Book G Indentures published CCGS Newsletter Summer 1991 pg 28 Jan 1 1825 Salem Twp, trustees bound John Newman poor boy, 7 yrs O ct last to Nathanial Hunter- Trade, weaver

[HI24017] (Research):A sister to Henry huffman

[HI24019] (Research):April 21, 1909 Mrs Lemuel HOAK, one of the best known and most highly respected residen ts of Mad River township, died suddenly at the home of her son, N O HOA K, in Westville, Sunday morning at two o'clock. She had been suffering wi th a slight attack of the grippe for some days, but her condition was n ot regarded as at all serious and Saturday evening she was feeling somewh at improved and ate a rather hearty meal. After partaking of her supper s he proceeded to perform some little services for her husband, who is 82 ye ars old and quite infirm. She retired feeling no worse than usual, but sho rtly after midnight, Saturday night, she was seized with violent pai ns in the region of her heart. In a few moments the end had come and her s ufferings were over, death coming quickly that the members of the househo ld were scarcely able to reach her side before she passed away. Mrs HOAK h ad been a resident of the village of Westville almost her entire life a nd with her husband formed the oldest couple in that village. She was bo rn in DeGraff, Logan County, her maiden name being WALKER. When she was qu ite young she moved with her parents to Westville where she has since resi ded. At the time of her death she was 83 years of age and is survived by h er husband and two children, the latter being Mrs MCGUINNESS, of Iowa, a nd her son, N O HOAK, at whose home she died. Her husband is quite ill a nd is prostrated with grief, his condition being regarded as serious. T he funeral will be held from the N O HOAK home Wednesday afternoon at 1:3 0. The burial will take place at Concord.

Fall 1991 CCGS Newsletter Family chart submitted by Jenne Wiant gives D OB 10/21/1821

[DI24020] Iowa Cemetery Records about Lovinia McGinnis
Name: «tab»Lovinia McGinnis
Death Date: «tab»22 Jun 1926
Page #: «tab»155
Birth Date: «tab»27 Aug 1849
Cemetery: «tab»Maple Grove
Town: «tab»Leroy
Level Info: «tab»Audubon County Burial Records. A - Z; Vol 1-

[HI24021] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Vol 1 pg 448 5 Feb 1852 George W Minnich g dn of Israel minnich; Sylvester Minnich; Noah Minnich; Amanda Jane Minnic h, minor heirs of Adam Buroker dec'd. Surities Daniel Blose, Abraham Hess

[NI24023] I have an account of the Guthridge family that was sent to me by Edith Martin (b. 1904) of Wichita, KS; I believe it was prepared by her mother, Edith Louise Myers, daughter of Mary Jane Guthridge Myers (b. 1840), a sister of Charles Moses Guthridge. In that account, Charles is identified as Mary Jane's brother.--Richard Cochran 8/2009
«u»rcochran@tucker-usa.com «/u»

[DI24023] OBITUARY: COLUMBUS DISPATCH, 11 Feb 1919, p. 12
C. M. GUTHRIDGE DEAD. Enlisted in Civil War as Drummer Boy and Won Promotions to Rank of Captain
Charles M. Guthridge, aged 81, who served as a drummer boy in the early days of the civil war and was promoted to captain at the battle of Shiloh, died at his home, 599 Oakwood avenue, Tuesday, from pneumonia. He had been a travelling salesman for a number of years, but retired some time ago. He was a Mason and a member of J. C. McCoy post, G.A.R.Surviving are his wife and two sons, Joseph of Columbus and Charles Guthridge of Roanoke, Va. The funeral will be held from the residence Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, with burial in Green Lawn cemetery, in charge of Maeder Bros. and Sebitzky.
Name: Charles M. Guthridge
Death date: 11 Feb 1919
Death place: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Birthdate: About 1837
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Champaign Co., Ohio
Age at death: written" 81 year or 82 years"
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address: 599 Oakwood Ave., 5 Ward
Occupation: Travelling Salesman retired
Residence:
Burial date: 13 Feb 1919
Burial place:
Cemetery name: Green Lawn
Spouse's name: Mary Guthridge
Father's name: Unknown
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace: Unknown
Mother's name: Unknown
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace: Unknown
Informant Joseph Guthridge 686 S Champion Ave
GSU film number: 1984638
Digital GS number: 4021881
Image number: 1810
Reference number: fn 10457
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI24023] Section 78 Space 155

[HI24024] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 320

[HI24027] (Research):Champaign County Guardianship and Indentures pg184 June 29 1829 Elizabe th Huddleston (their mother) gdn of Michael Huddleston 5 yr; John Huddlest on 3 1/2 yr; heirs of David Huddleston dec'd. Surity Michael Sills

[HI24028] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 290

[HI24029] (Research):d/o Benjamin Grimes and Katherine Haynes

[NI24030] Md Phinneas badders

[NI24031] 1880Hamilton Co, OH
Frank Mott «tab»24
Veronica Mott «tab»23
George Mott «tab»1

[DI24031] Name: «tab»George P. Mott
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»05 Jan 1926
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1881
Birthplace: «tab»
Death Age: «tab»45 years 11 months 20 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Mott
Father's Name: «tab»Frank Mott
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Veronica Roos
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»1984078
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4020889
Image Number: «tab»632
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 524

[XI24031] Death date listed is from his Ohio Death Certificate.
Dates on tombstone are different.

[HI24033] (Research):CCGS Newsletter Sept 1998 pg 96 Road Tax assessed on Chattels in Johnson T wp, Champaign Co, Ohio for the year 1876 Charles Slack .53

Poll Book for Election held in Saint Paris Precint 10-9-1877 for or again st new jail. CCGS Newsletter April 1994 Vol 10 # 2 pg 29 Charles Slack

Champaign Co, Wills Johnson Twp probated 12/13/1897 Heirs Ruffina Slack, widow; Cornelius Slack, son, St paris; Sarah E Matthe ws, dau, St paris, Savanna Putman, dau, Lookout; Oda Ruffina Slack (7yr s) grdau; lookout; Hiram P Slack (6yr)-grson, Lookout. Wife the farm we live on in Johnson Twp S32 of 107 acres; son Cornelius Sl ack the farm in Jackson Twp S28 of 78 acres; dau Sarah E Matthews and h er ch the farm formerly owned by Martin Wells in Johnson Twp of 56 acres S 30; dau Savannah Putman and her ch the farm in Johnson twp of 85 acres S3 3; two grandch of Son Edward R Slack, dec';d $400 after deducting the deb ts paid by me against the estate of Edward R Slack, dec'd. My namesakes Ch arles F Slack, $500; Charles F Matthews $500; Charles C Putman $500 and d au Savannah Putman $500. John F Colvin, exec. Wit; John F Colvin, Alice Co lvin, William Roberts. Signed 6/1/1896

Champaign Co, Guardianship Bookpg 514 Nov 22 1854: Charles Slack gdn of Cornelius Slack 7 y Jan 1854, minor heir o Sarah Sla ck dec'd. Surities James Buckles, Henry Everingham

[DI24040] Name: «tab»Edward F. Nichols
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»07 May 1942
Death Place: «tab»Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»03 Sep 1870
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Indiana
Death Age: «tab»71 years 8 months 4 days
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»RFD
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Residence: «tab»West Liberty, Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»09 May 1942
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Asbery Cem.
Spouse's Name: «tab»Jennie Nichols
Father's Name: «tab»James H. Nichols
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Indiana
Mother's Name: «tab»Barbara Wren
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Indiana
Film Number: «tab»2024003
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4019470
Image Number: «tab»2841
Certificate Number: «tab»fn 29343

[HI24041] (Research):Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( NW 1/4) (St Paris located in Sec 18) 01 May 1839 S G Brecount to D Putnam, undivided half of 40 acres BkP Pg408 29 Jun 1839 William A Edwards to D Putnam, 28 acres on north end of W 1 /2 Bk P Pg407 05 Mar 1840 Jacob & Christina Batdorf to Daniel Putnam, 10 acres off W 1 /2 Bk Q Pg196 05 Mar 1840 Daniel Putnam to Peter Apple, W 1/2 BkQ Pg245

Champaign Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by P at Stickley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11( St Paris Platted by David Huffman 21 Sep 1831) (There are several books f or lot numbers in St Paris and not all transactions are represented by th is transcription) Lot # 3, #11 18 Aug 1841 Daniel Putnam and Lucinda his wife, to Abel Lo ng Bk Q Pg660

[HI24042] (Research):Census Place:Mount Sterling, Brown, Illinois 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254176 National Archives Film T9-0176 Page 52 2B William PUTMANSelfMWW82KYOcc:Retired FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Jane L. PUTMANDauFSW38OHFa: KYMo: KY

[HI24044] (Research):Name: Rosa L Neff Age at Death: 84 Date of Death: 8 Feb 1960 City of Death: Champaign County County of Death: Champaign Volume: 16046 Certificate: 09199 Date of Birth: Est. 1876 Gender: Female Marital Status: Widowed Race: White County of Residence: Champaign State of Residence: Ohio Country of Residence: United States Census Tract: 0000 Hospital of Death: Home Certifier: Physician Autopsy: Yes, used for certification County of Injury: Champaign

[HI24048] (Research):d/o Michael and Rhoda Karnes

[HI24051] (Research):Humphrey Collins Found In: Census Microfilm Reports: 1830 On June 01, 1830 Living in Mad River, Champaign Co., OH Series: M19 Microfilm: 128 Page: 29 -------------------- Humphrey Collins 2 - - - - - - - - - - Male - - - - - - - -10 to 15 yrs. - - - - - -18 15 - 1820 1 - - - - - - - - - - Male - - - - - - - -20 to 30 yrs. - - - - - -18 00 - 1810 1 - - - - - - - - - Female - - - - - - -10 to 15 yrs. - - - - - -1815 - 18 20 1 - - - - - - - - - Female - - - - - - -20 to 30 yrs. - - - - - -1800 - 18 10

[HI24053] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1901 Mark Houston

[HI24054] (Research):In the guardianship records of Champaign County nothing was found on Sylva nus Scott to indicate who his father might be. No marriage was locat ed in Champaign County from 1850-1864 (books checked) between an unknown S cott and a Phebe (surname unknown). The will or estate records of Champai gn County, circa 1852 (thus far checked), have not turned up a man by t he name of Scott that could be Sylvanus father. The Miami Valley Genealog ical Index, http://www.ogs.org/asp/results1.asp under Scott, lists a marr iage license only between Gamaliel Scott and Phebe Ann Jenkins in 1852, Wa rren County, Ohio. Gamaliel Scott was not listed further in the Miami Val len Genealogical Index. There were untraced Scott families living in Cham paign County, Ohio by 1850. Gamaliel may have been a descendant of the se families.

SCOTT SYLUANU County Name: LOGAN Date of Death: 4/10/1931 Volume Number: 6591 Certificate Number: 28328

Name : Sylvanus Scott
Death date : 18 Apr 1931
Death place : Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio
Birth date : 20 Jun 1853
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Ohio
Age at death : 77 years 9 months 28 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Widowed
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address : 341 Garfield Ave
Occupation : Laborer
Residence :
Burial date : 21 Apr 1931
Burial place : Millentown, Ohio
Cemetery name :
Spouse name : Margaret Scott
Father name : Joe Scott
Father titles :
Father birth place : Ohio
Mother name : Pheobe Merica
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : Va
Informant-Nellie Resler, Perue Ind
GSU film number : 1992428
Digital GS number : 4000595
Image number : 501
Certificate number : fn 25328
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[XI24055] There are two markers in Spring Grove for Laura.
One stone alone Laura Miller, dau of J C and S Miller died 10/16/1885 aged 22y 7m 23d.
Another stone for husband Sylvanus Scott has her name Larua 1864-1885

[HI24058] (Research):Urbana Daily Citizen May 21 1885 Antrim Pence who made murderous assault on George Zimmerman at Millerstown was indicted by grand jury for assault with intent to kill; he left for parts unknown

7/2/1885 Antrim Pence of Millsertown pleaded guilty to assault with intent to kill on George Zimmerman, sentenced to 40 days imprisonment

[HI24059] (Research):(she was likely the one who was listed as Netta Albert, age 21, born in In diana, housekeeper for John Ammons family in Adams Twp, Champaign Count y, in 1880),

[DI24060] Name: «tab»John F. Crim
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»15 Jun 1945
Death Place: «tab»Urbana Twp, Champaign, Ohio, United States
Birth Date: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1857
Birthplace: «tab»Champaign County Ohio
Death Age: «tab»88 years
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»William Crim
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Melissa Burger
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2372738
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4073021
Image Number: «tab»01280
Certificate Number: «tab»33724

[XI24060] No death date on marker.
THERE IS A TOMBSTONE IN SPRING GROVE SECTION 2. IT HAS HIS MOTHER MELIS SA ANN CRIM WITH HER DATES OF BIRTH AND DEATH, BUT JOHN ONLY HAS THE BIR TH YEAR. NOT SURE HE IS BURIED HERE. I DID NOT FIND ANY OTHER STONE WI TH HIS NAME ON IT IN SPRING GROVE (source Karen heber)

[HI24061] (Research):Pg 21 7/10/1884 Mrs Heller of Milford Center was in the city and had with her the 3 mo old boy of Charles Wooley that she is raising. He was named Caesar Pearce Wooley in honor of Dr Pearce.

[NI24062] Name: «tab»Paul J. Neer
Titles & Terms: «tab»
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»26 Nov 1913
Event Place: «tab»Clark County, Ohio
Age: «tab»20
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1893
Marriage Date Note: «tab»
Marriage Place Note: «tab»
Father: «tab»Grant Neer
Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Fannie Loveless
Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»Grace B. Briggs
Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Age: «tab»21
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1892
Spouse's Father: «tab»Chas. W. Briggs
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Spouse's Mother: «tab»Anna Louise Blaine
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab»
Reference Number: «tab»V25, P352, CN8862
Film Number: «tab»465399
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4016783
Image Number: «tab»212

[BI24062]
Ohio, Births and Christenings Index, 1800-1962 about Paul Neer
Name: «tab»Paul Neer
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Place: «tab»Pleasant, Clark, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»24 Sep 1893
Father's Name: «tab»Grant Neer
Mother's name: «tab»Fannie Loveless
FHL Film Number: «tab»466658

[NI24063] Married second:
name: «tab»Samuel West
«tab»
event: «tab»Marriage 4/6/1905
event place (standardized): «tab»Clark, Ohio, United States
event place (other): «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio, United States
age: «tab»59
estimated birth year: «tab»1846
birth date: «tab»09 Sep 1845
birthplace: «tab»Hampshire, Ohio
father: «tab»Alex. West
father's «tab»
mother: «tab»Elizabeth F. Curl
mother's «tab»
spouse: «tab»Jane Sewell
spouse's «tab»
spouse's age: «tab»46
spouse's estimated birth year: «tab»1859
spouse's birthplace: «tab»Catawba, Ohio
spouse's father: «tab»Thos. Sewell
spouse's father's «tab»
spouse's mother: «tab»Mary Teats
spouse's mother's «tab»
reference number: «tab»bk 20 p 553 cn 3434
film number: «tab»465396
digital folder number: «tab»004016786
image number: «tab»00654
Citing this Record"Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZ1P-9HT : accessed 11 Nov 2012), Samuel West and Jane Sewell, 1905; citing reference bk 20 p 553 cn 3434, FHL microfilm 465396.

[DI24063] name: «tab»Samuel West
titles & terms: «tab»
event: «tab»Death
event date: «tab»21 Sep 1922
event place: «tab»Springfield, Clark, Ohio
residence: «tab»Pleasant Twp, Clark Co
street address: «tab»
gender: «tab»Male
death age: «tab»76y 15d
marital status: «tab»Married
race: «tab»w
occupation: «tab»farmer
birth date: «tab»06 Sep 1845
birthplace: «tab»Madison County, Ohio
estimated birth year: «tab»1846
burial date: «tab»25 Sep 1922
burial place: «tab»
cemetery: «tab»Nation Chapel Cemetery
father: «tab»Alexander West
father's titles & terms: «tab»
father's birthplace: «tab»Ohio
mother: «tab»Elizabeth Curl
mother's titles & terms: «tab»
mother's birthplace: «tab»Ohio
spouse: «tab»Jane West
spouse's titles & terms: «tab»
reference number: «tab»fn 46572
film number: «tab»1992067
digital folder number: «tab»4000530
image number: «tab»905
Citing this Record "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X8RS-BN9 : accessed 11 Nov 2012), Samuel West, 1922; citing reference fn 46572, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

[HI24066] (Research):1850 Census in household is Mary Ratoe? age 57 b PA. Possible Sister

[DI24073] Name: «tab»John Hefflebower
Enlistment Date: «tab»11 Aug 1862
Side Served: «tab»Union
State Served: «tab»Ohio
Service Record: «tab»Enlisted as a Artificer on 11 August 1862 at the age of 35.
Enlisted in 17th Light Artillery Regiment Ohio on 21 Aug 1862.
Drowned 17th Light Artillery Regiment Ohio on 24 Aug 1863 at Vicksburg, MS.

[DI24082] Name: «tab»Payrick Quinn
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Montgomery Co., Ohio
Death Date: «tab»17 May 1875
Death Place: «tab»Nat Mil Home, Montgomery, Ohio
Age: «tab»39
Birth Date: «tab»1836
Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Occupation: «tab»Moulder
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07313-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»1030827
Reference Number: «tab»PAGE 160

[DI24083] Name: «tab»Hellen Mildred Huston
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»04 Sep 1902
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»0
Birth Date: «tab»1902
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, O.
Occupation: «tab»None
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»George Huston
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-2
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 221

[DI24084] Name: «tab»Infant Huston
Gender: «tab»Female
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»22 Dec 1906
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»0
Birth Date: «tab»1906
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, O.
Occupation: «tab»
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Thos. B. Huston
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Dessie Waymack
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07024-2
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 227

[DI24085] Name: «tab»Hughey Quinn
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»04 Sep 1917
Death Place: «tab»Urbana Township, Champaign, Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»1841
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Death Age: «tab»76 years
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Farm Laborer
Residence: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»Sep 1917
Burial Place: «tab»
Cemetery Name: «tab»Oak Dale Cem
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Hughey Quinn
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ireland
Film Number: «tab»1984106
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4021648
Image Number: «tab»1716

[DI24086] Name: «tab»John Arbogast
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»29 Mar 1877
Death Place: «tab»Moorefield, Clark, Ohio
Age: «tab»46
Birth Date: «tab»1831
Birthplace: «tab»Mooorefield, Clark, Ohio
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Eli Arbogast
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Arbogast
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07057-6
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»466665
Reference Number: «tab»v 1 p 136

[DI24087] ame: «tab»Bernice May Mumford
«tab»
Death Date: «tab»04 Jun 1934
Death Place: «tab»Botkins, Shelby Co., Ohio
Birth Date: «tab»01 Jun 1934
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Botkins, Shelby Co., Ohio
Death Age: «tab»3-1/2 days
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»Caucasian
Street Address: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Botkins, Shelby Co., Ohio
Burial Date: «tab»05 Jun 1934
Burial Place: «tab»Shelby Co., Ohio
Cemetery Name: «tab»Old Lora...
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Allen Mumford
Father's Title & Terms: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»New D..., Montgomery Co., O.
Mother's Name: «tab»Ethel Yockey
Mother's «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Quincy, Logan Co., Ohio
Film Number: «tab»1993037
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4001904
Image Number: «tab»1164

[HI24089] (Research):Champaign Co, Will Abstarcts Pg 288 Probated 2/18/1860 Daughter Katherine J Taylor 370 acrs in Concord Twp; Charles T Caraay la nd in Edgar Co, IL, land in Defiance Co, OH to dau Celenda Arrowsmith a nd her heirs John and Emily Arrowsmith; John and Emily Arrowsmith, la nd in Kosciusko Co, IN. Charles T Caraway, Oliver Taylor, John C Arrowsmi th (grandson), Charles Taylor (grandson), James D Powell, executors. Witne ss Mason Arrowsmith and Presly Talbot. Singed 7/13/1854 Codicil, Grandson Charles Taylor $100; grandson John Caraway $100, Mary A nn Sweet $100 and Hetty Smith (dau of John)

Record Book 21, Page 60 -Filed 10 November 1843 -Petition for Divorce Jo hn Caraway vs i Sarah Caraway On 8 January 1829 in Clark County, Ohio, John married S arah Benson, widowof Andrew Benson. After they were married John and his w ife lived in Champaign County until 3 April 1829 when Sarah returned to Cl ark County. Sarah had four children (not named) by Andrew Benson and Jo hn had three children (not named) by a former marriage. John Caraway own ed 160 acres located in the north-west quarter and the north-east quart er of Section 1 Township 4 Range 12 (Mad River Tp.), 80 acres located in t he east half of the north-west quarter of Section 8 Township 4 Range 12 (M ad River Tp.) and the south-west quarter of Section 18 Township 5 Ran ge 10 (Urbana Tp.). Sarah owned a quarter and half of another quarter (abo ut 240 acres) in Clark County which was left to her by Andrew Benson. T he court dissolved the marriage on 13 June 1844.

[HI24090] (Research):tombstone death date 1873

[DI24090] DAR Cemetery records death 10-7-1873/5

[HI24091] (Research):President of Citizens Nation Bank in 1884

Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902), Bio pg 130 Sixth child and youngest son

[DI24091] Urbana Citizen & Gazette
January 8, 1885
Oliver Taylor, President of the Citizens National Bank, died at his home in Concord Twp Monday of Brights Disease. He was the son of John V Taylor who was native of Virginia and came to this county about 1804, and married Miss Jane Vance, sister of Ex Governor Vance. By this union 8 children wer born; Oliver being the 6th in the family and the youngest son. He was born 7th December, 1818, married 13th April, 1848, Miss Catharine Caraway, daughter of John and Jamima Caraway. John Caraway was born in Greenbrier County, VA, and moved to Urbana Twp, this county, about 1802 where his wife died 30th September, 1823. He moved to Concord Twp in 1825 and died 22nd January, 1860. Mrs Taylor was born in this county 9th November, 1819, and had 3 children: John C, deceased; Duncan V, deceased; and Charles Oliver who resides with his father on the old homestead. Mrs Taylor died 7th October, 1873. Buried Oak Dale Cemetery, Urbana.

[HI24092] (Research):Champaign Co- A Centennial Biographical History of Champaign Co, Ohio - 1902, (New York and Chicago The Lewis Publishing Co, 1902), Bio pg 133

[DI24092] Name: «tab»Charles O. Taylor
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»12 Nov 1906
Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»55
Birth Date: «tab»1851
Birthplace: «tab»Urbana, O.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07023-7
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 537

[HI24096] (Research):Matilda was living in Grant Co, Indiana in 1850 with Lysander Noe and also the 1860 Census. Next door was Joel Green family. Joel age 26, Elizabeth age22 and Mahalon age 21. I suspect Matilda married Mahalon. However Matilda came back to Champaign County, as she is in the 1880 Census with h er mother and her children


Champaign Co - Domestic Relation Records 1808-19 39 Vol Including Divorce, Bastardy, Adultry, Breach of Contract, some Ado ption, by Pat Stickley, CCGS, (Minute Book Records, Supreme Court Record s, Urbana Newspaper, St Paris Newspaper). pg 3 July 26 1901 Minute Bo ok 54 pg181 Laura Allen vs Russell Allen for divorce, he cross-petitioned on gross neglect, he got the divorce; child Hazel to grandmother Mrs Timothy Stradling

1880 Census Place Jackson, Champaign, Ohio Family History Library Fi lm 1254998
NA Film Number T9-0998 Page Number 258A Elizabeth NOE Self W Female W 64 OH Keeping Hou se PA VA Matilda GREEN Dau D Female W 25 OH NJ OH Laura B. GREEN GDau S Female W 4 OH OH OH Minnie M. GREEN GDau S Female W 2 OH OH OH

[HI24098] (Research):Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Champaign Co, OH Record bo ok 22 pg 395 Filed 9 Nov 1848-Petition to Partition William E RUE vs Julia Ann NOE

William NOE died in the past year, owned 52 acres in the SW 1/4 of Secti on 29 Twp 3 Range 11 (Jackson Twp). He left no widow. Heirs were; Julia A nn Noe; Lusetta Noe Wiles, wife of Luther; and the following minors, Robe rt NOE of Miami County, OH; Lysander NOE of Champaign County, OH William N oe of Champaign County, OH- William Huddleston, guardian. Champai gn Co - Patent Deeds Located in Land Deed Indices Johnson Twp by Pat Stic kley & Denise Kay Moore Oct 2005. Section 18 Township 3 Range 11(SW 1/ 24 Nov 1890 Champaign County Sheriff in Partition to William E Rue, 1 acr e. Bk &1 Pg464 31 Aug 1900 Quitclaim from W E Rue by heirs to William E Rue, 1 acre Bk 83 Pg616

[HI24100] (Research):Champagin Co, Newspaper 2-16-1863 a marriage of a marion Clay Grafton 2 nd Reg OVI to Miss Margaret Zerkle.

[HI24101] (Research):Funeral home records of dau Sarah Elizabeth names mother Mary Groves?

PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO CHANCERY RECORDS CF THE COURT CF COMMON PLEAS

Record Book 18, Page 528 — Filed 13 July 1843 — Petition to Sell Land Jo hn H. Wolcott, Administrator of Samuel Harris deceased vs Charlotte Harris & Others Samuel Harris died seized of 80 acres located in the west half of the nort h—west quarter of Section 34 Township 3 Range 11 (Jackson Tp.). The Ohio L ife Insurance and Trust Company holds a mortgage on 50 acres. Samuel Harri s’ widow was Charlotte Harris. The heirs by “next estate of inheritance we re: Mary wife of Lysander Noe; Elizabeth wife of William Harris of Butler Coun ty, Ohio; John J. Harris; Harriet wife of Cyrus Blossom; Otho Harris; Hest er Harris and Charlotte Harris.

[HI24104] (Research):Census and Cemetery name is Anna Will Book Pg 314 Annie huddleston, Jackson Twp, Heirs Maria Kennedy, Neice, other heirs, na mes and whereabluts unknown. Stepson Willis Huddleston, all property. Will is Huddleston, Administrator. Witness S T McMorran, John E Foster, sign ed 5/2/1883 probated 5/26/1884

[HI24105] (Research):1860 Champaign Co, OH 7/6/1860 John Huddleston 31 Lavina Huddleston 25 E Huddleston 11 Matilda Huddleston 10 S E Huddleston 9 Rosan Huddleston 8 Jane Huddleston 2 Will Huddleston 4.12

[DI24107] Concord Items December 26, 1878
Mr. James Downey, whose death occurred at St Paris a few days since, was formerly a citizen of this community and enjoyed the universal esteem of his neighbors. He was, we believe, a native of Virginia, and died at the age of sixty-four years. He was a good man and departed this life with a full assurance of an inheritance in the better land.

[HI24108] (Research):JULIA ANN W A TTS was born in Point Pleasant, Mason County, V A, on Mar 10, 1821. She came with her widowed mother and two sisters to Ohio and set tled in Champaign County, when about tens years old. She united in marria ge with JAMES DOWNEY May 9, 1839. He died on Dec 15, 1878, after which s he made her home with her daughter, MRS L A STEINBERGER In 1889 she aga united in marriage to WILLIAM MYERS. But in 1891 she became a widow agai n. She returned to her daughter's home until she died Jan 24, 1897. She le aves five daughters, one son, and one sister, MRS REV W R THOMAS to mou rn their loss. The funeral was conducted by Rev Vaughn, of the Grace M E C hurch, of Urbana.

[HI24112] (Research):3/28/1888 age 44 Certificate of Relief, Champaign Co, OH

[DI24112] Name: «tab»Jasper Downey
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»19 Apr 1907
Death Place: «tab»St. Paris, Miami, Ohio
Age: «tab»62
Birth Date: «tab»1845
Birthplace: «tab»Miami Co.
Occupation: «tab»Stone Mason
Race: «tab»White
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07065-4
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»550191
Reference Number: «tab»v 4 p 52

[HI24113] (Research):Poll Book for Election held in Saint Paris Precint 10-9-1877 for or again st new jail. CCGS Newsletter April 1994 Vol 10 # 2 pg 29 S N Downey

CCGS Newsletter Spring 1992 Poll Book St Paris Precinct Johnson Twp 11/2/1 880 S N Downey

[DI24113] pg93 11/6/1890
Smith born 7/31/1846 md Minerva Swisher, died 9/24/1890 age 44. Childre Mertie, Lizzie and Pearl, mother, brother and 5 sisters survive, wife died 8 yrs ago

[DI24115] Name: «tab»Geo. W. Talbot
Gender: «tab»Male
Burial Date: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Death Date: «tab»20 Feb 1905
Death Place: «tab»Jackson Tp., Champaign, Ohio
Age: «tab»74
Birth Date: «tab»1831
Birthplace: «tab»Jackson Tp.
Occupation: «tab»Retired Farmer
Race: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07023-7
System Origin: «tab»Ohio-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»295234
Reference Number: «tab»v 2 p 535

[HI24116] (Research):Record Book 26, Page 425- Filed 30 March 1856- Petition for Partition Jam es B. Armstrong vs Samson P. Talbot & Others The land to be divided was the south-west qua rter of Section 28 Township 4 Range 12 (Concord Township) and north-east q uarter Section 20 Township 2 Range 13 (Perry Township, Shelby County, Ohio ). The parties named were: James B. Armstrong; Samson P. Talbot; Jam es C. Savage; Susan D. Savage (James C. Savage her guardian); Joseph Willi am Savage and Juliet Savage (Mary C. Savage their guardian); Mary A. C. Sa vage, wife of Alfred H. Pollock; Elijah Currens Savage (Alfred H. Pollo ck his guardian); Sallie A. Savage (Francis Savage her guardian); Franc is A Savage; Margaret C Savage wife of Isaac Pollick; Charles S Savage; Ma ria C Savage wife of James O Swinney of Missouri

Citizen and Gazette Oct 10 1867 On Monday last the County Commissioners met and appointed Mr. S. P. Talbo tt Treasurer of the County, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the dea th as Mr. Spain. Mr. Talbott having acted as Mr. Spain’s deputy is fully c onversant with the business of the office.

[HI24119] (Research):Named in fathers will 1/1/1869

[HI24120] (Research):Mary is named as a sister to Sarah in Sarahs obit.

[HI24123] (Research):The reason you don't find Lawrence in Bucks County is because he was Disow ned for Disunity by the Quakers. I'm unsure what happened after this, bec ause up to this point,(1807), the family owned a lot of property in the Mi ddletown area. I have yet to find the Father's (David) will, or Lawrence 's will. After the "Disowning", the family seemed to go their separate way s. I think the Quaker way of life had kept everyone bound together. Jonathon was born June 26,1811 and was Lawrence & Naomi Brown's first bor n. I beleive he was named after Naomi's Dad, Jonathon Brown. Jonathon married Mary Neeld of Bucks County.

George Cutler

[HI24132] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 242

[NI24133] Son of Ninian Nichols who came from Grant Co KY in 1803. Raised by grandfather John Dawson, who is buried in Oak Dale Cem.

[HI24139] (Research):wife Fannyt obut says John Rock died 8/16/1850

[HI24142] (Research):Champaign Co, Guardianship Records pg 346 11/20/1864 James J R McFarland g dn of Joseph Longfellow Sr, 98 yrs 1864, unsound mind. Surities Joseph Lon gfellow Jr and Peter Baker

Moved to New York after 1870

[DI24142] Champaign Democrat 4/5/1912 Copied as written in original by Pat Stickley featured in CCGS Newsletter Spring 2910 Vol 26 No 1 Pg 8

«b»Death Ended Long Illness
James R. McFarland Died at Harrisburg,
PA, Friday «/b»- «b»Born in Concord Tp

«/b»James R. McFarland, aged 78 years, younger brother of T. S. McFarland, of Cable, and Mrs. Moses Pence of Urbana, died Friday morning at half past twelve o'clock at his home in Harris-burg, Pa. Death came after a long illness of three years during which time he was confined to his bed. During the past five years he was blind.
The deceased was a former resident of Concord township. He was born and raised in Concord township and moved to Pennsylvania when he was 45 years old. He is survived by his wife and one son, Col. E, E. McFarland of Pittsburg. For the past «i»36 «/i»years he was engaged in the imple-ment business. Mr. McFarland was held in high esteem by all who knew him and the news of his death was received here by sorrow by his many friends.
The funeral will be held Monday at Harrisburg and the interment will take place there. A more extended account written by T.S. McFarland willbe published next week.

[NI24143] 1907 Ohio History, by Ohio Historical Society
EDITORIALANA. VOL. XVI. No. 3. JULY, 1907.A CHAPTER OF CORRECTIONS.
R. W. MCFARLAND.
[History .is never free from imperfections. Particularly is this true of the collected and collated records and data of pioneer periods \emdash the beginnings of history. This is most natural as the memoranda are furnished by different authorities who discern the events recorded from various points of view or who are not accurate in their method of statement. The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society endeavors to gather and preserve all that is worthy of preservation concerning the early history of our state. It therefore gladly welcome* criticism upon and corrections of the material which it puts forth. It of course goes without saying that the Society is not to be held responsible for the authenticity or accuracy of articles contributed by- various writers to the columns of the Society's publications. We therefore readily publish "corrections" when they come from persons deserving credence. One of the most learned and critical scholars of Ohio's early history is Professor R. W. McFarland, who was born near Urbana in 1825, and who still at the age of eighty-two, with eye un- dimmed and faculties unimpaired takes an enthusiastic and active interest in the events of "ye olden time." He knew and conversed with many of the prominent settlers of the Buckeye State. Probably no one living; has so much knowledge "at first hand" of the startings of our state history. Professor McFarland's memory retains it strength and clearness unabated and what he says has the stamp of original authority. The editor of this Quarterly has often during the past years been indebted to Mr. McFarland for much valuable assistance in the effort to obtain reliable data of pioneer times and also for much revision and correction of material published. The editorial desk retains safely pigeon-holed many letters from the professor touching upon articles appearing in the Quarterly. We have culled from them some of the "items" we believe deserve not only the light of day but permanent place in the literature of the Society. The purpose of their appearance and their value speak for themselves. While much of the matter herewith published was intended only for the personal benefit of the Editor of the Quarterly, we gladly give the readers of the Quarterly and thereby all students of Ohio history, the benefit of the statements. \emdash Editor.]

Professor McFarland says:

NAME OF SANDUSKY TOWN.

The name "Sandusky" as applied to the town, was not generally known as the name for more than twenty-five years after 1816. It was called Portland. I lived in the western part of Champaign county when I was young; and as late as 1842 my father sent a wagon-load of flour to Portland. All the country round did likewise, as being the best market for flour \emdash , and everybody said Portland. It was after 1842 that the name of Sandusky became general

[NI24144] 10/18/1877

On Wednesday oflast week, while the carpenters were engaged in roofing a n ew addition to the dwelling of J. M. McFarland, the scaffold gave way, pre cipitating Mr. McFarland and Mr. N. F. Gibbs to the ground, a distan ce of 16 or 18 feet. Mr .Gibbs fell upon a large rock used for a doorste p, and a bunch of shingles which he was handling when the scaffold gave w ay followed and struck him on the back, injuring him to such an extent as to confine h im to his bed for several days. Mr. McFarland alighted square on his fe et and was subjected to no inconvenience, save the sudden halt when he came in contact with mother earth.

Concord ltems
February 27, 1879

On the 18th «b» «/b»last, a number of friends and relatives celebrated the fifty-fifth birthday of J. M. McFarland, of this immediate vicinity. The inclement weather prevented many from attending who otherwise would have been present; yet sufficient were present to make things agreeable. A number of presents from various parties were among the items of interest. A life size portrait of J. R. McFarland and wife, of Goshen, New York, was not the least feature of the occasion. Mr. McFarland is a native of this township and is one of nineteen children of the late Robert McFarland. He has spent almost his entire life within sight of Concord chapel. In 1848 he went to Cincinnati with a drove of hogs for Uncle Dick Baldwin, working for 37 ½ cents per day, board included. On their return a part of the boys concluded to come home on the canal as far as Piqua, while the others walked back, those coming on foot beating the others several hours.

Concord ltems
June 26 1879
During the week, John M McFarland fell while picking cherries and struck a trestle, breaking two of his ribs and otherwise bruising him.

[HI24145] (Research):Smith M Pence
Age: 50 State: OH 1910
Color: W Enumeration District: 0018
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0052
County: Champaign, Urbana
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Wife Lewie 50 Ohio Son Paul M 24 Ohio Daughter Lillian K 20 Ohio Mother Catherine 73 Ohio

[HI24146] (Research):Champaign County Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 240

[HI24150] (Research):Cemetery record says son of TS and Kate McFarland, no dates on stone

[HI24151] (Research):Of Cynthiana, KY

[DI24152] killed by the fall of a horse while riding horseback

[XI24152] Cemtery record says only son of T S and U H McFarland

[HI24156] (Research):List of youth between the ages of four and 21 years within School Di st No 5 in Urbana Twp 11-25-1832 R W McBeth - 3 Robert McBeth - 6

Guardianship Book II, Jan 19, 1858, Pg 63 James S Halsey of Clark Co gdn of Thomas A McBeth 11 yr 14 Nov 1857; Robe rt McBeth 9 yr 1 Nov 1857; John G McBeth 7 y 21 Oct 1857; mary E McBe th 6 yr 1 Mar 1857; Eleanor McBeth 4 yr 20 May 1857; heirs of Robe rt W Mc Beth. Surities Abner Whitley, S S Henkle and James S Goode

[DI24156] Urbana Citizen & Gazette Abstract
February 13, 1857
Died 4th Feb at his residence 6 miles north of Urbana, Robert W McBeth, a well known citizen, aged 60 years

[HI24157] (Research):Enumeration of Youth St Paris Village School District, Champaign Co, OH ta ken July 28, 1892 Nellie Gibbs age 17

[HI24158] (Research):April 6 1903 Poll Tax Book Talley Sheet for Concord Township, Champaign County, OH,- E W Kite Champaign Couty Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 303

Teachers Term Report Johnson Twp Dist #7 & 8 Winter Term 9/8/1884-4/10/18 85Charles Heck- Teacher (From CCGS Newsletter Summer 1992 pg 59) Emet Kite age 10

Graduates of the Township Schools of Champaign County 1892 who received th eir diplomas Saturday June 4 1892. List sent in by Supt J M Mulford of Mec hanicsburg. Listed The Champaign Democrat June 16 1892 abstracted by Pat S tickley Fall 1994 CCGS Newsletter pg 77 Johnson Twp- Emmet Kite

[HI24159] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1914 Gladys Kite

Name: Gladys Strayer SSN: 278-34-9338 Last Residence: 43081 Westerville, Franklin, Ohio, United States of Ameri ca Born: 21 Jun 1896 Died: Mar 1975 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1955 )

[HI24160] (Research):Graduates of Urbana High School 1901-1916 Published by the class of 19 16 in their Senior Year submitted by Pat Stickley, July CCGS Newsletter pg 92 Class of 1916 Paul Kite

Baptised in the Methodist Church Urbana, 1/23/1910 Champaign Couty Ohio History 1991 by CCGS Biography Pg 303

Name: Paul E. Kite Serial Number: 4544349 Race: W Residence: 734 Main St., Urbana, O. Enlistment Division: National Army Enlistment Location: Middletown, O. Enlistment Date: 01 Oct 1918 Birth Place: Crayon, O. Birth Date / Age: 28 Feb 1896 Assigns Comment: Students' Army Training Corps Miami University Oxfo rd O to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 21 Dec 1918. Volume #: 9

[HI24161] (Research):Baptised in the Methodist Church Urbana, 9/12/1910

[HI24162] (Research):Baptised in the Methodist Church Urbana, 9/12/1910

[XI24162] Interment Evergreen Cemetery. oss/w Clifford Bell

[DI24164] Newspaper Abstract
March 12, 1858
Died 8th March, Deborah, daughter of William H and Jane McFarland of Westville, aged 1 year

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